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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 26, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioNumber 14g. Cincinnati thursday april 20, 1883. Price two cents. It the Irish nationals. By halts the convention Fhi Ladelphia yes renday. At Vuk a action Mei inf with a new broader scope die Cne ted it Leith. Phi Ladelphia april 25. object the to amp ten the Irish National i it and America which was called to Oiler in Lorti a Mitaral Hall this morning is to wind tip the Fahira that body and merge it with another Lody whose scope will be broader. The land league As now organised deals a Bly with questions land and Law and Boc with those National local self gov a meat. A new organization will grapple with a three these questions some others he idea. This convention will a St endorse the policy pursued by Mamou in his Elt Orts in behalf Ireland. It will then devise Plain for the is sanitation tomorrow a s meeting which will via convention the Irish race in America and consists duly accredited delegates from Flea various benevolent charitable and other Irish societies America the Call for this second convention states its Ai to be to form a new league after the plan the National league Ireland which will Kly id into one organisation All the Irish so diet los 6f the United states and Canada the new Aap filiation to be Aisi lated with the Irish lend league Ireland. The principles the Irish National league which was formed in dub Llu a october last Are As follows finst National self love moment second land Law Reform Uklid local self Golem spent fourth Extension Al parliamentary and municipal franchises a fth development Anci encouragement labor and the Industrial interests Ireland. These principles it is believed will form the Euford upon which the new National league is created tomorrow will stand. The decorations horticultural rail were Iolite tasteful. A Union Green and Orange nag Over the suge. W. Photograph Michael Savitt a bust Washington a Statuette Mil and an Oil painting Parnell were placed to either Side the president s chair. A com the Concra the Balcony Droppel the Irish society banners and the United states the latter being fringed with Green. Streamers red. White and Bine Bunting decorate the front tie galleries. Facing the speak a i s stand from the far front Hung an american Eagle naked by the National flags Ireland and the United states. High Over All across the front the proscenium Arch is the gaelic be Pend. A a card Mille fail the a a Hundred thousand welcomes. The body the Ball will seat about 1,600. The irishmen the City began assert Blind a round the place meeting a Ktut 7 ., Ami it was apparent that nearly every hibernian in the City Nad taken a a Day Oso from work business to attend the convention. A Welcom Teg committee greeted the new York and Chicago delegates at the Pennsylvania depot and escorted them to the several hotels and then to Llie National club rooms. The City Fuli irishmen wearing Green badges but there a corned Toby Little interest among the Cit Deus. Of Donovan Rossa was at the National Cine rooms where a preliminary meeting was held fail morning at which Over sixty Irish priests Vreine in attendance j. W. Dunn Peoria presided. In View the emphatic utterances from Rome Thev were More than usually emphatic in advising against violent utter secs Boot was quiet and seemed uneasy at having to hold his Mouth. Major Hogan new York made a temperate speech deprecating heated discussion in the Etc Vellon. Lie was prepared for extreme measures but would not Ortrude the views Korea. Neither would he remain silent in impressing England with the Power the Irish to retaliate. Of Donovan Rawsa offered a Long preamble and resolutions about the right to use All the a re a Ces civilisation a to wrest Ireland from the Oon try which oppresses it a. At 11 clock the hour for the commencement the Massachusetts and Illinois men came into horticultural Hall and the Gall rules slow filled with Spectra . Prank Byrnes the to a ent dynamite refugee from Paris was among the meet actors and among the lady delegates Premit were my. Or. Riley miss Mary e. Calla go an. Mise Kitty Flug a. Of the St. Loaf a ladies land a league and min Alice Gallagher be Parnell land league by. Louis and the Twenty be female delegates a ent by the seem female land league by Anchet so this City. Patrick Egan. Fathers Cronin and Walsh and a number distinguished leagues t together with a group lady delegates took gets upon the he at five minutes psst 12 the convention was called to order by president James a. Mooney Bof Raio. He announced that for the Benefit Fae press and general convenience each Gen Hainan Woald rising to address the chair announce his name and state. In his opening and Grem . Mooney said a mistaking the views the Nam her Anglo americans for the Public sentiment our oot try and misled by the sycophancy the envoy who misrepresents government at the Enort St. James British a top idly has made itself ridiculous a few weeks a Noe by its Friendly remonstrance sent out to our government at Washington re prehensile a i some recent expressions Irish sympathy that were not mild enough for delicate Iki Glish ears. This impudent attempt to by the gag in free America has done us Good service. The indignation it evoked has organised our race to help the Good work sympathy and support. Let England restore a Casrice to her Irish courts protect women and Hudren from her brutal constabulary feed them a Muheng melt Lynde her landlord system has Given Over to starvation cease to throw out the wed and d ring upon the Wayside without Seel before she appeals to a nation that once cast her hateful Yoke for tyrannies less than and several motion to adjourn were male. But Defeated almost Unal Monsey. Many members opposed any dissolution the Lea due until the convention t nor Row thereafter Anil others opposed i i it Oln ton in any event saying the tui convention was not to Mesiroy any Sci cry Jeadie. But to farm a simple Felt feral Union All in which they should All work for a common end one basis. After outer motions and amendments were put and lost . Burns original motion was carried and the committee was appointed. It was then resolved that ail one it tons concerning to organization should be refer Reil to this committee and the Conven lion then adjourned until evening. ,. At 9 15 the convention was agr in called to Lerl the report colonel Collius Massachusetts As chairman the committee apr minted to wait upon president Arthur at the ast convention to inquire into the conduct minister Bawoh. Was read and am cute a. Colonel Ollins said that pending negotiations . Arthur said he could not give any answer but when the time came for action he would to found the right Side father Mckenna Massachusetts moved that in reside it Arthur be con amp ured. The chair ruled i Ilia out order. Feuding the report Tho conference com Mit by . Thomas Brennan Ireland soc Elary the Irish National league addressed the Coli Semion. At the close Hia address the com Matteo , and father Flaherty Mas it a Chauvet the chairman said that they had concluded that it would be unwise to report a plan for merging the land Veague into a new National league and Rochonn needed that the convention adopt tie platform the notional league at Home. The report was adopted. Miles Brien new York in a vehement speech moved that this convention step front the platform the american National land la ague to the platform the Irish National i a a gue. 8nhstitntes were then offered by the score and eloquence rolled in fuck Els. Fun ally after Many Points order had been decided the following was carried when this convention adjourns it be to meet with the convention tomorrow the chairman to appt it let a committee seven with Power to declare the land in ague adjourned Aiu die provided the convention tomorrow complies with the resolutions submitted and adopted Here this evening by the committee a minted to submit a plan the vote was very close in to a Quot a the priests and ladies generally voting to. The chairman announce to the following As Tho committe Ievon who Are to decide the Fate the present organization Andrew Brown Missouri Patria a. Collius Boston the Rev. Patrick Cronin Buffalo m. P. Gannnon Iowa Rev. Charles Reilly Detroit father Dor Ney Chicago John f. Armstrong Georgia. In Case a Union with the other co Vendon the officers were directed to turn Over their property to the new organization. After a vote thanks to Ito officers the Cou vet Lon adjourned. Heavy Grun failure. Handy Atli Bildson a co., Chi Callo fir i sj00,0<m. Tea cause a lung Kun bad Luck in Cotton Corn lard and wheat deals. Louisville. Settlement the ticker quest Tony insane from love. , ky., april 25. ticker question which hits harassed the Board Trade and the Western in non Telegraph company for the inst six months was finally and definitely Settle Al at a meeting the directors the Board Trade this afternoon. A contract was establish Evl whereby Tho Market quotations will be furnished at the Cost f75 per week subject to the restrictions already published. All quotations will be furnished Over the ticker and the Stock and Cotton markets will be furnished More completely. The freight Bureau question was also Al led and a. H. Lafayette elected As Secretary. The Bureau will be in full working order by May 1. A crazy Man was around the City Hall this morning looking for the mayor in order to obtain transportation to Kugland. He said the it Ord had revealed to him his Pedigree and that he was the rightful King England Aud wanted to go the re to claim his inheritance. The Louisville Lacrosse club has reorganized for the season and has Strong Hopes getting the championship cup w hich has been withheld from them by the new York team through some technic Amity. We. Carey a labourer fifty years old was killed today by falling from a Soa Foki fifth Street a distance Twenty five feet. John Richter the German who became violently intake through an unfortunate love affair was adjudged a Lunatic this morning in the circuit Kurt. He presence in court had to be dispensed with because he violence. The ministers temper Auoe Kentucky la holding Ito second annual session Here. The members Are discussing the Best plan proceeding with Tho Temperance work generally. _ matrimonial. Ciu Rago april �?~25. flurry was care cd today by the failure Handy Kitchar Lson a to Grain provi Sli a and Cotton commission men. Merchants and operators change. The Are Nimit , and the creditors Are scattered All Over the country. The assets will probably amount to fifty cents the Dollar although Well inform us i traders believe the Bouse is wrecked. The senior Mcumber the , Truman b. Handy came hero in it in Cincinnati a year ago and at one time enjoyed the distinction being a bold and Succes Wiful Speculator having engineered a wheat Corner two years since which cleared up half n million dollars for his t Iuo Annati Syndicate. They have maintained two extensive houses Here one in the chamber Commerce under the name Hamly Richardson a May and Tho other in the l liner House styled s. Ii. Kie Hardson co. They have been Nefor innate in their deals for weeks having out Largo lines Short Cotton while that Market has continued stiffening and were caught for a Large sum by the St. Louis . A few weeks since Tioy bulled Corn while prices were drooping. Lately they changed to tie boar Side lard and wheat and Alliese commodities have rapidly appreciated in value. Thus they were whips wed the Deal Aud were compelled to Lay Down filing notices their brokers this morning to close out All their deals. While they Wero largely Short May wheat yet yesterday they commenced a a hedge to Load up with Juno and july but too late to retrieve their ill Luck. Or. Handy has for the Post few Daya lost his usual Placid manner and has seemed worried about something no doubt fully expect iii the calamity which was impending. He was closely looked m his room All Day at the Palmer House and Only at Home to Tho most intimate friends. Or. is absent at the hot Springs for his health the clerks state that nobody will suffer by the affair today and that Tho Nous will continue business in a few Days. Their two establishing us with an clerks and expensive connections in St. Itous Cincinnati and new York have Cost not less than $10,000 per year but course this was Only a drop in the bucket. The influence the suspension will a Felt most tomorrow when the settlement the Linn s trades Wiy require the Purchase May wheat and the Sale june and july which will have the effect bringing those futures nearer together. It is generally supposed that their deals were fully Marginet so that the principal sufferers will to customers who have Money As margins Deposit with the House. A statement their affairs is promised by the House in a Day two. It is thought that prices the leading cereals Amin prov Isio is will decline tomorrow a a though Armour who is behind wheat will probably not permit a big break a leading operator states this evening that wheat values have been going steadily against the Collar end firm for several weeks and this taken in con nth Tion with their Large losses Corn last fail precipitate to the Sas it in Slon. A Well known room trader says that the wheat Corner now being manipulated will to Foroe to a settlement but possibly the clique will allow the Market to break Down and then commence again but others say the Corner is in Strong Hamas a Strong enough in fact to break Handy amp Richardson who have tried unsuccessfully to head it off. Although . Handy w is a once a King the Board the knowing ones say for Mouths he has Cut no figure whatever. Affirmed with penalty fit and attorney s fee #-25. There will be no further report. No. 79. I. H. F Root by it Al. Is. William h. Hill motion for leave to fisc peril iii in error to the Mipe rior t ourt a Inci Naii. Motion overruled. Following Are decisions by the supreme court . To. The , Cincinnati a i St. Louis railway i Obj it any a a William Howard. Error to the i Litrio t a tort Clinton county. Dick Man .1. W Here animals that Are breathy unruly escape from an enclosed Field into another Field the same farm which abuts a Railroad and Between which and the Railroad the Railroad company has neglected to construct a Fence required by Tho statute and while straying upon the rail Roud to it k Aro killed injure it i by a passing train their owner May recover from the company for the kiss injury provided the animals were at Large without his , and he has used that reasonable care Aud precaution in restraining them w hich a prudent and cautions Man would use who had knowledge their breach unruly character. Judgment affirmed. >0. The Cleveland Columbas Cincinnati Indianapolis Railroad company is. Stephcn newts Rander. Error to the District court Butler county. Judgment affirmed. Try. in tonne it Al. Is. The state for the use the Itani education Troy d. Error ii the distr t court Miami county. Judg Mout affirmed without penalty. There will be no curl her report. Robbers at Richmond. Being terror caused repeated burglaries. By people robbed in their own Homes and the authorities seemingly powerless to protect Washington notes. An initial step in civil service Reform a . and the speaker hip. Ivashin Cotov april 2.5.�?mr. Rob Luson. One the Mil investigating committee resigned today because objections rals thi by the pros ecu tic i account his warm personal Friendship for Hiil. Secretary Folger will not fill the vacancy until there is some Assurance that mul let tend Murch will appear to testify. The appointment Andrew Mason new York to be superintendent the new York assay office is one the first moves in civil service Reform. His appointment came in the line promotion. He entered the Philadelphia mint about 1s50. And has been very efficient in the i everal stations he has occupied in the service ill which he has gone steadily upward and is about fitly two years age. He Wilt enter up a his duty at once. The civil scr i ice commission is now ready to begin business. Upon the recommend Ion the commission the president has appointed . I. B. Randolphi Keim chief sex Miner and w. W. White Cark the commission. The former was flt in years a newspaper correspondent at Washington raid the latter hails from Georgia. First Droller liar once has directed that suits be brought against All internal Revenue collectors who arc in debt to the government and whose accounts re mat n Nils Ettlel. It la nude Stoml that the last will embrace four five collectors in different localities. I As to the speaker ship . In says he has every reason to feel Eno nudged. Said he Quot Randall has claimed the Dek vation because an alleged Alliance with cd representative Atkins who is a candidate for the clerkship. Now i received a letter Only this morning from a member the delegation who has pledged his a will the question Tariff and free Trade enter nto the contest for the a peaker Phlp Quot Quot As to that a said . Ltd Quot the High protective advocates in the democratic party can be Loi ated by geological Survey. It is not hard to find them the further fact that nearly All Hail from a Given Section the the Secretary the Treasury has decided that an article consisting the kernels grains Quot Rice cleared a broken into fragments does not come within the designation Quot Rice Elcane it i the present Tariff that it is not covered in the similitude clause the Tariff and is liable to duty at inc rate Twenty per cent and Valorme a a article manufactured in whole ill part. Siddney Dillon president the Union Pacific id Road to it Lay formally acknowledged the letter Secretary Teller the 21st inst., in Regar to the Money due by that Road to the government. He s ays that he will reply at length in a few Days. Secretary Frelinghuyse has prepared a reply to lord Granville s letter the Clayton i ulcer treaty but its contents will not be Given to the Irreas until it reaches ils destination. Be Cretaro i Haudier today issued instructions to rear Admiral Baldwin commanding the United Stales naval forces the europ Cau stat to go with his personal staff to Moscow to attend the Coronation the Czar. 11chmok0, a april 25.�?never sine the Days the garrote during the War has there been such excitement As now exists Here owing to a series hold raids by Hurt a is. The first occurred a month ago when the House . To w. Pemberton a leading capitalist was entered. Since then they have entered the houses . T. F. Minor . John m Ood and mrs. Charles Carrington. In Carrington s residence was Hampton daughter senator Hampton. She Una known to have valuable do amours and this attack was doubt Lem made with the View Fet Tiwi them. Her room was entered her two bracelets taken from the Bereau and miss car Ringtoul s Gold watch and a lot Money. This last robbery roused the City authorities. The police Force in Trio a Triet was doubled. The next night the residence mrs. Meanly was entered but the thie tbs wore frightened away. The fifth robbery Fras that mrs. Sex president Tyler. The Bousdas entered m the same Way and a handsome Gold Cross Given her by . Tyler and other jewelry were Token. John h. Para Tat Captain the District has been particularly Active in trying to circumvent the gang and Yeste Nlay while he was Down stairs at breakfast two men went upstairs tit Oral his chamber Aud Rob sed it Money and valuables. In the afternoon the House was again boldly entered. Captain a Arater a daughter aged sixteen was in her chamber and was suddenly confronted by two men with Mack Nihi faces. One them seized her and pointed a revolver at her head while he snatched a Gold Chain from her neck and a ring from a her Finger. She did scream and they Rush off. A this happened in Daylight in the heart the City. Last night a the enl assault was made the House and rocks were thrown through the windows. This evening the boldest outrage was com Matte Ltd the same girl was in ner chamber when a he was suddenly seized from behind and gagged a Man then Cut off her dress with a razor and wag about to smother her when the gag Slipek d and she screamed. The men then fan away. These depredations have created much fear is Puciaty among women and child run Many whom refuse to stay in their Bouses alone. The police arrest every body Oil the streets after 11 clock and citizens generally go armed. Dealers in fire have Eold out their Stock pistols and be Vul Al have Ord Eroc More by express today. Asbury University Chute he Viz. In having Dos credit a the Mirada and denied the second Advent the third charge is a breach hug ordination the fourth embraces several offences the first for rep Resen tins the religion Jesus As polytheistic Ana idolatrous a form a nature worship second false redrew notion the Mission and teaching the old testament Prophet third representing christianity As the outcome evolution and not As a revelation from god fourth rejecting the predictive character prophecy and thus impeaching the authority and denying the testimony our lord Jesus Thrist these Doctrin i Aav the presenters assail the Citadel the Christian Faith. The re it Luce Christi Ansty to a transient phase natural religion. They enthroned the doctrine salvation above that Christ la Miseli. Foreign Lar affairs tur Latsh troops Defeated. Constanti Utopia april 25.�?dispatches received Here this afternoon state that Tho turkish troops sent to quell the insurrection in Yemen have been Defeated by the Arab insurgents and almost annihilated. Orders have been issued directing that a Large Force turkish troops be at once dispatched to that to Vince to punish the rebellious subjects. Continuance the Irish trials. Dubov april 25.-the trial Timothy Kelly charged with participating in the Phoenix Park murders w As. Continued this morning. The judge. In summing up the evidence taken spoke most strongly against the prisoners claim an Alibi. The jury after being out a Short time returned and announced that they were unable to agree a verdict. The trial Michael Fig in. Charged with Tho murder Burke then began. Fagin pleaded not guilty and Adams and j. O Byre were assigned to defend him. There was great Difili Cury in forming a jury. Seventy five those called failed to make an appearance and were fixed �100 each. _ a female Assassin sentenced. , april 25. trial Helen Markovich the woman who tried to shoot King Milan As he was going into the Cathedral Here was concluded today. She was promptly convicted attempt Long the life the King and sentenced to death. Ills thought probable that King Milan will commute Tho sentence to imprisonment for life in View the fact that her conduct since her incarceration and Cape civilly her recent attempt at suicide mate it almost certain that she is insane. Shot by her suitor. John d b Lomg kills Elixa go is wild at Leavittsburg he then commits suicide her be Fasal to marry him the canse the done tragedy. These to Check toe passionate Bursto those m who have suffered in her prison pens still the a Ember her persecutions in spite England the Irish american will a most important Hictor in her Irish question that vexed question shall have reached soon. From sire and grandsire a have night Down to Fae third Aud fourth Genera the tradition a Long store grievance at England a door some Day the fettle a it has been truly said that Whf a the land with an intense dete Stotten Uno led by any class irishmen in Gotland it a Here the still Imp Cees burdens Tonnu we still tribute to the Power that has Del Ven is from which we have fled into curdle Lora carry the poorest among us pours out Ikis mite in Aid Kindred she oppresses. Civilization and Progress have made brighter happier and better the Homes men in every lauds save Ireland alone. Since first the Saxon set foot within her Border to the present time the we cruelties the same injustices have been repeated to curse and blight her. Silenced a Gereed crushed let her people not despair. We Are untrammelled. We can speak . Or a Aniss in their behalf. To evolve a Union in Belr interests from All the elements that make a porn race in America we Are Here assembled a this Day auspiciously named a brotherly love. A a chd Onovan Rossa was present during lha anon Tang for a while. He was seated at the re porters table having been admitted As a Lepro a native his paper. He was very quiet and took notes occasional Gay. The convention was organized by the select Lon the Louo fag temporary offi oem president James a. Mooney Bufalo president the i land Lugue the United states Secre j. J. Hynes Buffalo Secretary the Laud in in be the United states assist la secretaries turn. F. Sheehan Buffalo j. A la footmen m ssh Nylon. A committee credentials consisting one Froin each Suto sad territory was then appoint cd and the Minettee took a recess. It was 3 30 a a Elyk when the convention reassembled. In. Zamell had arrived from Borden town m. And she entered leaning the . Fan she was wildly applauded. When order was restored judge Rooney chairman the committee credentials reported Fiat the names All the delegates had been approved. Ufa Eshtary Bines the league then read his Lepot. In owing that during the Jea Reighly fare new Bruches were eur rolled there Arefi a the Roll fit to branches whose existence to Central office has official knowledge and Quot a amp hich Are not known officially. Of those officially known Mew York has 138 Massachi a Mats 140 Connecticut 48 Pend Sylvania. 44 if Iowa. 23 Mew Jersey 19 Oak it. 14 Missouri Michigan and Rhode Island is each Dunois 11, a Nome Hampshire. 10. Of those not off a ally known new York has 80 Massachusetts 69 Pennsylvania. 29 Connecticut 25 Illnois and Iowa 17 each Kentucky and Ohio 14 each Rhode Island. 13, and new Jersey 10. The total amount Money received by the Secretary from april 12,1882, to april 26,1883, was 979.088. New York contributed 919,892. Musac Susetts 115,721, Pennsylvania 96.384. It Connecticut 96.306, Illinois s.263, new Jersey tl.916. Iowa 91.354. Rhode land 97,499. The donations ac., amounted to 94.182, and the Dollar subscriptions to 96,001 the expenses tiie year mounted to 97,466. And the amount remitted to Ireland was 966,667 the balance hand at this Date is 94,915. Father Walsh the treasurer then made Hisure Pott which agreed with that the Secretary m to Al Naycial matters. Of the Money remitted to Ireland 989,102 was for lend league purposes and 923,<&0 for the Irish Relief fund. John bums incl Natl then moved that a committee report a plan for merging the land Lefue into the new Irish National Ivind Lei a to be formed tomorrow next 4ay. He said that in Ohio the Laud league was composed principal la Farmers who Nidert Tandang fully the importance the land question had entered and son into the work the league were much attached to the organization they had helped to form and sustain so they were now however unanimous in desire for a perfect Union irishmen All sentiments and All grades ibid into one body pledged to Unap Alifeld port Charles Stewart Parnell Michael rut. And the platform the Irish mat Lonal be adopted in do bit. Brien seconded the motion and said me Irish in a Melra should not try to dictate to fax a in Ireland they should try Only to help ghats. Or. Mcdonough Albany moved to Amend tha the com Rattee be instructed to Confer with a Sorn car Semi bitter to be appointed tomorrow. Of thie Amend set met with rents Oppert Tob do xxv re Teal. 8hklbtv1ixb, ihd., april 25.�?at the Teal mansion today . Joseph de eur was married to miss Maggie Teal by Rev. George Marsh the presbyterian Church. The residence was elegantly decorated with Blooming Flowers and Planta while the presents were a most costly character. At 4 30 the bridal party took the train for new Orleans and other Southern cities. Or. De heur is French birth but has been a resident this country some fifteen years. He is Wea thy and Well and favourably Down. Mias Teal who is quite handsome is the Only daughter we. Teal a wealthy citizen this place. M a mix Era Tchur aft. Paris april 26.�?at the Christian Church in this City . William Mcmiller Millersburg. And miss Mattie hutchcraft this county were married by the Rev. J. Augustus Williams a Harrodsburg. The attend Ute were . John alien and miss Alice Garner messes. Charles Utt and John Lyle Paris Charles Johnson Aud Royce Allen Millersburg. The married couple left this afternoon for Atlanta. Be Obj Burley. o., april 25.�?James Devor a prominent attorney and miss Clara Burley the handsome and accomplished daughter 8. Quot a. Burley were United in marriage this morning at the residence the brides parents by Rev. Crawford. The bridal party too the morning train for Connersville lod., and from there go to the dramatic festival site the a Rowh. I stg Suh ind., april 35.�?edwin Smith Cincinnati and mini Fannie a. Brown daughter George flown. Of the Riverside House were Mamed by elder Vawter in thu City at 8 clock Thea afternoon. The Happy couple left immediately for Ciu Donatl their future Home. Xay a Man. april 25.�?miss Ella Moorman Owensboro was married to . We. Kaye this cite this afternoon at the second presbyterian Church. Or. Kaye is a Well known Young Biu iness Man the firm George f. W004u a co. The news the failure Truman b Handy was received in this City Early yesterday morn. Ing and was the prevailing topic conversation among the business comm Unity and absorbed Tho Noonday talk the merchants change there was but Little Surprise expressed at the collapse and Many were the Quot i told you sons Quot Given utterance to. Or. Handy a career is too Well known to the people this City to need an extended notice suffice to say his failure yesterday is but one several. There was considerable apparent anxiety third Street when the information Wiki first received for fear that some the Banks in this City were involved but diligent search prowl the fears to be groundless. Or. Handy bus transacted but Little business with Cincinnati in the last six months account the Lack Confidence the Bankers and brokers placed in his lasting qualities. It was generally reported that . Handy Bod drawn quite liberally parties in this City but upon the drafts being presented last monday and tuesday they were Ali returned without an acceptance. The failure was looked upon As the result a business War waged Between . Handy and . Armour in which the latter gentleman had come out top. That there Are some persons in this City caught by the failure is undoubted but the amounts Are Small and it is not thought sufficient to cripple any one. The markets. May be still living. St. Locra mo., april 25.�?mr. Url Feln the cashier the first National Bank Santa be who arrived in St. Louis this morning said that he had seen . Ban Daller the member the archaeological department the Smidu ionian Institute who was reported killed by the apaches Tome air weeks ago and that he and his wife were then their Way to the cite Mexico and from his understanding their route he did not think they would have been ii ear Hermosillo at the time stated in the dispatch. He thought that it was a mistake it win be remembered that it was from that ume neighbourhood that the sensational dispatch was received announcing insufficient grounds a the murder by indians Hesting a Bucago Grain and provision prices new York Stock quotations. Chicago april 25 a the markets change were moderately Active but there was a weaker feeling and the fluctuations Wero confined to a narrow Range value. Wheat opened firm and higher but there was less support in the shape buying orders a weak feeling soon developed prices fell and the volume trading during the last hour a change was rather moderate the bears not showing much disposal ton to sell Short buers for an Odd Ance were scarce 1 Here was however a free unloading by the Longs some whom were discouraged at the better crop reports and the Market closed at about the lowest prices. Corn was rather quiet and prices showed less variation the demand being moderate there was no pressure to sell and values were less influenced by the change in the wheat but the Market Faird to de Elop any strength and during the closing hour prices seized off marked a decline in and closed at 1 at nearly the inside figures. Oats were rather More Active especially for May which advanced but Loet most the improvement and closed at about the lowest prices the session. Mess pork Waess Active and steadier opening a Shade he Ger but there was less demand prices steadily settled until a decline 5cd20c was recorded and the Market closed at about the lowest prices the session. Lard was 16ss Active the demand moderate and prices closed 74@10c per 100 lbs. Lower. 8hort rib sides sympathized with pork and closed at a reduction i0 12j4c per 100 lbs. The four Market was firm Aud the demand Lair for Choice grades which arc rather scarce. The Market closed the afternoon Call Board As follows no. 2 wheat i Lou May 91 la >4 june 81 14 july ii gust 9l 08 september 91 year. Corny May june Bessie Byrne brings suit. New Yore april 25�?Bessie Byrne an Octress has brought a suit against Edward Randall Knowles for breach contract be says that in september an agreement was made whereby she was to assume the la Anaig female charac tars in certain dramas which Knowles was the it proprietor Ibe agreement was for thirty three weeks ending june. 1883. At a salary 920 per week. The defendant agreed to name the company Quot the Bessie Byrne dramatic she performed until november when Knowles Dot charged her. Ebe claims92,015 damage. Ohio firemen in convention. Wafaie Morta april 25. Northwestern Ohio firemen s convention which has been in session Here for the last two Days closed Ite ses a Ion this morning predict in these Dis patches last evening. St. Marys was chosen As the place for holding the next convention. The following officers were elected for the ensuing ear president w. H. Pelsinger Tiff vice president j. A Howe Kenton For Secretary j. H. Schreiner Shelby for treasurer j. U. Von Stein upper Sandusky. Indianapolis. Suit against the Street balt Ray a a preach tier s Illust Ratola an a answered prayer a minor month in. Indian apus april receiver for Tho Street railway company this City is applied for growing out the judgment against it obtained by mrs. Mary Willand september 18s1, for 9100 As damages for an injury received while a a Vonger in one the cars. The Case was appealed through All the court to the highest and the judgment affirmed. But the lady a attorney says every Lime a Levy is attempted the company turns Over a lot old cars for which there u no Sale and so he makes application under a Section Tho revi8e<l statutes which provides for the appointment when a judgment against a corporation is not paid within a year. is in tier sovereignty in the West Market reported yesterday turns out to be More imposing than supposed. There Are ten families living the City a ground whose Only expense is seventy five cents to in Ltd Market master. Nearly every provision the Market ordinance has been. Steadily violated balls Are open All Day from one years end to the other and nearly everything is sublet. A child in the Crist family in Indianola died this morning smallpox. Kev Arthur Pierson Tho second presbyterian Church a Man Quot mighty in thu scriptures a and an evangelist great Zeal acid to Bis congregation Tho other evening As an example a answered prayer a that while at the fort Street t Huron in Detroit he prayed if there were any obstacles in the Way reaching the us you Vertex who do not generally attend Church. Damages for a bitten boy. Wafa Konuta o., april 25.�?tb� Case we. Dingle a by his next Friend Charles Wingier is. Christian Schilling which has been trial in the common pleas court for the last two Days was decided today by awarding the plaintiff 9325 damages. Wingier s Bov was badly bitten by a ferocious bulldog kept at the defendant a Slaughter House near which the boy had to past. The demand was for s5, damages. A Jary for Redmon. Paris. Ky., april 25. jury panel in Joe red a trial for the murder we. Secrest was selected at half past 3 from 230 jurors. The defense sex harried Twenty challenges and the state five their usual number. There is a Floe array Legal Talent for the defense Aud prosecution Bitay pin Katowi do cd. Jackson mias., april 25.�?elisa Pinkston who excited National interest in 1877 by her Teeth Sony before the Louisiana returning Board t has Jutt died in Cantou where she was serving i a Tana for larceny. 58>�c july 591<c August i Vic year. Oats�?11 May. 42 a june 42ugc july. 36august, year. Rye�?g�?~2c May 6 t>4c june. Mess pork 119 12u mar. 919 77 june. 919 50 july 919 67>� August. 919 75 september. $17 l�?T2>i year. Lard 11.670 May. 11.67hc june july. August 11 two september 1160c october 10 70c year Short ribs�?10 Mav 10 470 june 10 47�4c August 10 77j september Ait let receipts 6 Hoo head Shomenta 1 b77 a Ead Market acne and Strong with some Wika at a slight and value Roboko to fancy Haij steers 9b 40@b 50 extra do 86 25<�6 k Good shipping steers 10<36 20 hogs receipts 13 000 head shipments 2 819 head. Market less Active and prices a Shade lower All grades and sales dragged $7 97 65 for Bacon grades 97 li�@7 .0 for fair to Hoice mixe a w eights Aud $7 507 85 for head y the Light 96 �?T25 57. Railroad stocks and Money. New York april 25. transactions at the Stock Exchange today dwindled Down to 137 600 shares and even the professional room traders found it tedious work to devote their attention to a Market which afforded such meager opportunities for a a turn Quot either tide the account. Considering the dullness speculation displayed marked firmness and notwithstanding repeated Efly Orts to bring about a decline prices show Little no change the Days transactions the general list under the leadership the Coal stocks advanced cent. In the a arly dealings and later decline my per cent. Hannibal a St. Joe preferred fell off from 9 2 to 91, and Rose to 93. La Llodia Central declined per cent to 144, and closed at 144 a Money was easy and the Ruu grate for Call Loans stocks was 5 per cent., with exceptional transactions at As High Asb and As Low As 4 per cent. The Stock Exchange has listed 91, -5t>, a Robt. Louis Iron Mountain a Honghern rail Way general consolidated and land Grant Mort re to kinds and 9 2.tu4, new York Texas a mexican railway first mortgage Bonds. To Impi who do by . -.u, that the obstacles would be removed and he Felt an Assurance that they would be. A few months afterwards the evening March 19. 1s76, his whole congregation United in prayer for the same thing and while their knee the Church the it a fire it was a St it my night and those who Law the smoke coming up through the Furnace re tester attributed it to a contrary Vaud. The fire soldered until the following morning and then Des ironed the Church entire la the congregation Lor sixteen month worshipped in the opera House where the Rembe Ruip fort Street Church was increased by the addition 300 families largely the working class As one result that work. On the night the providential fire he says further that in a desk drawer in the Church Tower where the Are was the fiercest was a bundle valuable Roan scripts a hich would but great Culp to him in his future work and that while the i arcs were flying he prayed that these manuscripts would be Savaii Aud that although the desk in which they Lay not a vestige could be found save the gnarled and twisted Iron locks the drawers not a Page the Cru iii was destroyed nor even scorch so so As to be illegible. The following cases were decided in the supreme court today George Cox is. William Birdet Al. Madi son c. O. Affirmed. Woods c. J. Anthony Mcdo Zigal is. State Indiana. Clark c. Reversed. Zollars j. James a Batu is. Columbu Myrick. Owen c. Affirmed. Howk j. Matthew Clegg is. Elizabeth Waterbury. Clark c. Reversed. Elliott. J. David Compton it Al. Is. Jane Pruitt. John son c. Affirmed. Bicknell. Benj Aiulu f. Van Beau it Al. Is. William f. Mitchell. A Jiw Renee c. Dismissed. Or. D. F. Fernandez accused in the abortion Chise Martha Vestal is in jail in default ii Uoo bail. He says he has never violated the Cole regular practice by advertising As a specialist and Itiat the profession has not deserted him but will raise the bail for him. It is remarked that they must be in straitened circumstances As it takes them so Long to raise 91,000. The victim in the is recovering. Or. De s endowment and its Progress Trio proposed change in name. Indiana poll april 25. Tulon Dollar endowment which w. R. Do 1�?Tai.w, new Albany promo six for Asbury University at Gracien Castlo in this slate readers Tift news have heard ail about it was made co Tiu Jeni upon the Bodiu the state Asbury is the great methodist College raising 9130.000. The time will fre up the 1st August and As there is Only about 940,000 in sight the methodists will have to the limit time . De i us first set expired nine months ago but he then extended it a year. An interview with . Gel Auw appears today in the news this Cit my Rativo chiefly to the mooted change the name the University from to upon this subject mfr. Ife Pauw said Quot in before i went abroad i determined to found a University in Indiana Els Here. 1 pro posed that after my death Ray wife a Hydren and executors should take a Lowral portion my estate to devote to that purpose. Thev were to be governed in the Choice location by Tho contingent offers that might come from the respective localities that might desire such an institution. This University was to Bear my name. If it shoot be established in Indiana my preference wot for Lui Lianopolis new Albany As its seat with a leaning perhaps to Indianapolis. The authorities Asbury University heard my. Intention while i was in Europe. At different times subsequently i was informed by letter Ana in Pershial interviews with the trustees Asbur Faid prominent members the methodist in Orch interested in the University that desired to be recipients the donation i contemplated. And would change the name to a de the suggestion did not coma from me. I profited against the proposition but was advised that the change name met with the unanimous approval not Only the trustees and others immediately interested in the University but the four Didiana conferences. Donations were offered by the people Green caste and the contingent propositions for the conferences to raise 9130,000 was accepted. I was counselled that it would not do to establish another University As near Green was the As Indiana kit Lis new Albany As the result would be a crippling both. A it was. Therefore my original intention to found a a de Pauw University somewhere but the Asbury authorities came Forward with the Iro position to make that institution a Depauw University a and. After much solicitation i consented. I thought at one Lrae it would Newell to locate it in Kansas Colorado some such Young and rapidly grow hug state where a University the plan contemplated would be Wei co the reporter inquired As to the present condition i get Pauw collage. An institution for the Etsu Carloa girls at new Albany and . De Pauw stated that it was thriving and doing much belter under president Friedley than Ever before. He also said relative to his Glass works that they had been greatly damaged by the flood but that he was vigorously at Worl putting them in shape for the fall Trade. In Al luding to the survival these great Morks after passing through the ordeals fire flood and Panicky to Law . De Pauw remarked that the struggle would have discouraged about 9 men in 1,000. Or. I get Pauw is looking in the Best health and is apparently As vigorous As at any time in his ule. Indiana knights Templar. The evidence Agni not a a number one. London poll 2 it a the times says it is understood that evidence against Peter Tynan Quot Nii Raher one a from Independent witnesses Well As from Tutor Rauers. Is such As to justify decisive action by the government in asking for his extradition. Glad Lolie is reticent about his plans in relation to conspiracies hatched in Tho United states but is said that he is prepared to adopt effective measures against the prominent fenders. Strike Berlin Heckmen. Berun. April 25.�?great in a even hence has been caused by the Almut Anyous strike 2,300 a Binen in this City which deprives the Resi dents the Means upon which they have principally relied for going about in the City. The cum cd demand wages which their to . Because the latter Sny the a can not afford to do so at the present to Rifle fares. _ death Peluce Batthyany. London april 26.�?prince Batthyany a Well known Petron Tho thru and owner a number race horses died suddenly yesterday afternoon in the in closure for Mem cts at the new Market track. His death occurred just after the numbers the starters and jockeys in the race for Tho 2,009 guineas stakes had been hoisted. Minister Sargent a position. Behun april 25. National Zeitung says that the position . Sargent the United states minister is considered in diplomatic Cir cles to have been shaken in consequence Hii letter to the american Secretary state the subject the importation pork into Germany. _ a French Mina explosion. Alois. France april 25.�?an explore con occurred today at Bessel is in the arrondissement Alois. Nine bodies have thus far been recovered. At the Roll Call which was had after theepio�1on. 127 miners failed to answer to Ihei names and it in feared there Are it Uuie victims. _ alleged Baa Chemers acquitted. London april 25.�?in the Case w. J. Ramsay proprietor the free thinker Aud g. W. Foote editor that journal charged with pub lab aug blasphemous lib is the jury today Dis agreed Ana the prisoners were discharged. Dye Matte explosion a train. Rerun april 25, dispatch from Kaiser Slauter in rhenish Bavaria reports the explosion ill a mail train a package dynamite. The conductor was severely wounded. , o., april 25. wildest excitement prevails Here. At a place known As a it be Center the world a a mile and a half West Here this morning at 9 clock John do Long a labourer shot mrs. Eliza Griswold three times killing her instantly. Then placing the Pitcl to his head he fired the Ball entering his forehead directly Between the Eye. He lived three hours after the shot was fired brains and blood oozing from the wound. He persisted in marrying to be woman she having kept House Lor him until two months ago. 8he Ivas when shot keeping House for d. V. Allen whom she was shortly to wed. On March 6 do Long attempted to shoot the woman but by pacify it ton she escaped. At this time he said a uni est you marry me by july 4 i will shoot she then procured a warrant for his arrest charging him with housebreaking and attempted rape. He disappeared not being aeon in the Community until yesterday Tho officers hearing Hla presence were his track being Only half an hour behind him at the time tie tragedy. The woman bore a Good reputation. 8hc was a widow and has a married daughter named a Williams living at Windham four sons and two daughters besides. One Ball entered her right Cheek one her right trap la and the third an Inch Back the right nipple. There was no one in the House at the time the shooting but the five year old daughter Allen. She ran to a neighbors giving the alarm. Coroner Fox is in new York and a Squire Orlatt took charge tbs remain. An inquest will be held at Braceville tomorrow at 9 clock. De Long was shift less and ill thought by the comic Unity. He leave two children a boy and a girl residing with his parents at Braceville. Three years ago he att suicide by cutting his Throat with a razor. Allens Little girl the Only living witness said a a bad Man came and shot Mamma she screaming and falling Tho tic most horrible sight was presented both bodies lying in pools blood the jecs set and the faces blackened. It was ? clock before the bodies were touched. The pistol used was a red jacket no. 4. 32 Caliper. De Long had thirty other cartridges in his pocket. Alleged baseball. The Nall card rate reaffirmed. Pets Brno ., april 25. Western Nail association met this morning and reaffirmed the card rate. A lengthy discussion the situation developed the fact that the demand at present is heavier than Ever known the Outlook is Good but prices Low and the Stock Light and ill assorted. _ _ the cold snap. The champions come oat top in a Pic exhibition. A very Tough Sample the National sport was perpetrated in Uno fending Public yesterday. The Cincinnati team and Tho Jim crows disguised As a picked nine were the guilty parties and for nine Long in lungs made ineffectual attempts to warm the shivering spectators into a in Tinsla so. Had it not been for Charlie Jones and his hand express Ottil three baggers the exercise _ would have partaken the nature a first class funeral. But Charlie was there to a considerable extent and we Hen be finished was credited with three triples a double and q single hit. There was a surplus changes made in the Fielding during the game no let than three men officiating behind Tho Bat tor the Home teem. Sommer tried it for a while but gracefully retired with a had Finger. Carpenter duplicated Joe s experience and finally Charlie Fulmer turned himself into a bar door and managed to live through the Oneal. For the. Picked nine Mccormick Nold Forth in the Pitcher s Square for a few innings and after a warm reception gave Way to Oemer who was greeted with a batting Hurra. The Cincis Mats went to the Bat and for the first two ii mugs Drew Blanks. In Tho third singles by Dengle Reilly Aud Carpenter and a triple by Jones three runs a Ero scored. Two errors and a like number hits yielded three tallies in the fifth. The seventh gave birth to four Safe strokes and four errors Aud resulted in five runs. Two earned runs were scored in the eighth a double by Jones triple by Cork Hili and singles by Sommer and Mcphee and one in the ninth from a mixture errors and hits. For Tho Jim crows Cibe did some excellent batting making three hits one being a double Bagger. Their run were scattered and unt Arne it i. Following is the score Kentucky Trotters. Ohio supreme Coart Columbus o., april 25. following Are among the supreme court decisions handed Down today no 115 Joseph Biggins guardian etc.,Etal. Is w Ilam Jones am Mary Ann Jones. Error to the District court Morrow county. Judgment affirmed no. 1,197. Isaac Knapp is. Noah Thomas. Hareas Corpus. Demurrer to answer sustained and paid Tiff Dos changed. 113. David stud is. Wii am Miller. Error to the District Cuduri Iov county. Judgment second Day the Woodard Brasfield Sale at Lexington. . A re cells to Date �74,765. Xxx Angton ky., april 26. second Day Woodard and Brasil eld a combination Sale was As Well attended As yesterday Aud about the same number were Seld. The weather was Bright and Clear and purchasers evidently in a better humor. Bidding was Lively and at times Active. The features the Sale were Kenilworth a Bay gelding with a record 2 35 to the pole owned by Woodard a Brasfield and j. R. Holton sold to close the partnership and purchased by the firm for 94.100. But most the purchaser were evidently awaiting the George Wilkes produce which when presented caused Lively Competition. Colonel English Dan like and colonel Edmonson Lexington dwelt their merits and tbs Finne the dead sire. They sold As follows humming Bird by. M., foaled 1879, out Sentinel Mare went to k. S. Vetch Louisville for 91,300 Aills Wilkes bar gelding foaled 1n74, out Almont Mare tog. Blanchard Richmond va., for 1530 Georgia Wilkes Bay stallion out Mambrino Pilot Mare to a. H. Davenport Lexington. Lor 9700 Barney a la key Bay stallion foaled 1876, out dam by son Pilot . To s. B. Roberts Montana for 91, >25 Sentinel wll Kex Brown stallion foaled 1881 out Quot Sentinel Quot Mare to ii. Armstrong Battle Creek mich., for 9600. Quot Barbara Quot Bay Mare out dam Quot Barley Corn Quot sold to b. J. Treacy Lexington for 9t25. Quot Lizzie r.,�?� Brown Mare by Quot Mambrino boy a dam by Quot cripple a sold to Barney Crosson Philadelphia for 91,125. A pair Bay geldings four years old a Clark chief Quot and Quot Canover a sold to j. T. Clark Memphis for 11,625. Other pries ranged from few to 9100. Ninety eight head aggregated 936,435, which. Including yesterdays Sale make a grand total 974,765. General lax coming West. New York april 35.�?general Diazo and his party left this Momtag Fae Erie Xor a for but Llano. Thence the party go to Toledo St. Louis Adnew Orleans. Election officers contributions for the Garlem Monument Indianapolis Panl 28, annual convocation the grand commander knights Templar Indiana continued today the session terminating with adjournment. The officers elected for the ensuing year which included All the old officers with but two exceptions and All whih were advanced in station Over their previous office were a follows 8ir Richard l Woolsey Jeffersonville right eminent grand commander. Sir Walter Vail Michigan City very eminent Deputy grand commander. A sir Henry c Adams Indianapolis eminent grand inner Altissimo. Bir James in. Lord Logansport eminent grand prelate. Sir Ephraim w. Patrick Evansville eminent grand Captain. Sir George w. F. Kirk Shell Vilie eminent grand senior Warden. Sir Reuben Peden Knightstown eminent grand Inui Warden. Sir Charles Fisher. Indianapolis eminent grand treasurer. Sir John m. Bramwell Tolan polls. Eminent grand recorder. X a the officers were at Orice installed and the convention closed at 10 clock the knights All Fei Long that a successful year had been passed. Besides the election the chief business the session was the delivery a address by e. T. Carson Cincinnati past grand commander Ohio concerning the needs and desires the National committee knights Templar Wlinich was appointed to raise funds for tie building at Cleveland the Monument to the memory eminent sir Knight James a. Garfield. The purpose is to expend 9250,000 in the construction the Monument one fourth which the knights have agreed to raise. One Corner the Monument is to be appropriated to the emblems. There Are about 85,000 Knight in the Union and 2,500 in this state. After the conclusion . Carsons Able address the grand comm under adopted a recommendation that a per capita donation i by me As Indiana a contribution and the recommendation was reported Down to the subordinate cuing Anderies. Beveral the com Maud Riei represented guaranteed payment at once and the it. Wayne and other knights reported that their contributions had already been forwarded to the com Rattee. Reports from Yario is quarters where the Frost lit. New York april 25.�?reports received from Many no lots in the Middle and Southern states say that considerable damage has been done to the growing crop by the recent cold snap. There does not however appear to have been much harm done to peaches in Delaware the Eastern Shore Maryland. At Reading ., two inches Snow fell and the Mercury was several degrees below the freezing Point around Petersburg \ a., Lcy half an Inch thick formed and around Raleigh there was a heavy not great damage has by a also done in North Carolina by heavy Rains the Western North Carolina Railroad several land slides Are reported. Chicano april 25�?reports from All sections this state and Iowa indicate that great damage was done fruit by the frosts the last two Days. Grain is not materially affected. Pets Burgh april 25.�?there was a severe Frost in this vice Ltd night ice formed half an Inch thick. It is feared the fruit crop is damaged. The fire bks Ord. Cincin Natis. A. K. Bal Roja. A. Reilly. 1st a. A 8 1 10 0 0 Carpenter 8a b. And a 3 2 8 2 2 Jones 1, to. 8 5 2 0 Cork Hill c. Of. 6 1 2 1 0 Sommer c. And 3d a. E 0 1 3 m 1 Filmer s. S. And a. 5 1 i amp 5 1 Mcphee �?~2d a. 5 i in 8 0 Deagle Of. White a. 5 2 2 0 9 0 5 0 1 0 2 0 totals. To 14 17 is it 4 extensive grounds the Bowler estate in Clil appointed superintendent a ring Grove Lemetory in 18,54, and to him ii die the principal credit for the unparalleled Hearity that famous cemetery. He had an enthusiastic love tor his pro Easlon. And whenever he could be Aeryk by plans suggestions for the Liuying Ksor lawns in truer Ousby tbs a. He was super Insaad ent City Parks under the Board Park commissioners. And Laid out Eden Park and Buret Woods and improved Lincoln Park. His reputation was More than National and brought him propositions from Ninny Ell a fax country some which offered him pecuniary Induc menu Superior to those holding him Here but he was attached to his beloved Spring Grove and preferred to remain. He married a daughter . W. 8. Chapman Winter feb inv who is granddaughter the Fate Platt Eves and leaves four children. Or. Stranch a Fine tastes in All Fosters relating to an his High culture and genial and Courte manners rendered him an object general esteem and won for him a fax i Tufa a Mir a wends. A. A not rom Morr Ilaw action Oftle a Brewers in oppose Tisko arranging for a test Cam. The Brewers association met yesterday after it noon in the Johns tour building and decided to test the Sbott tax Law. They made Arriaga Menta for retaining a a their counsel Hon. E. W. Kittredge j w. Warrington and judg Fin Worth the Saloon keepers Assoc Salon decided upon the same you is an4 the liquor dealers a protective association she the society Saltzm keeper joined fast Tea. The cases hero i will be lumped wheat brought and it wan said arc sturday tha Fasy a would include those from Steveland and Sac cities the state. A prominent Brewer was asked yesterday what was ibo use in fighting the Law when he knew that Foster bad packed the so Premo court especially to Hare the Law dec fans . Quot one thing will be to test that and Epam u. But even if he a it is Worth Fig Tang throng a la Hon. Charles Reemelin in speaking Tito Scott Law yest Niay. Said a the meanest thing about it is that it allows the county auditor extra compensation for attend tug to it. While he la a salaried officer. The Constitution says that do officers compensation either in fees salary Shuli be in created Der iii his term office. Yet this a Uett Law authorizes the Coanta commissioners to increase the auditor s salary. Of course the court have Power to give him additional clerks but there a no constitutions i authority for the other. By the Way the resumes the legislature do dds to pass our tax i Eagle Biumi was that they court affied no provision tor in creating the comptroller s salary so they dropped it. If they had contained that proves Lon they would have been As illegal As the Scott senator Anderson the Butler Warren Ufa strict in the legislature was met a change Jena ter Day by a reporter. Or Anderson is a Republican. And has views upon the liquor quest to w Holch Are Worth knowing. He we asked what he had to say about the Scott Law. A replied without any erosion that Fatt Law was a Good one with Faa exception Section 9, which re enacts the Kwal option the Mctoni Wellsville ordinance. Said he had tried the keep that Section onto the Bill but it was retained by the vote Faa country members most whom were fanatics the liquor question., Aud he believed that it want oing to Cost the Republican party Pluto Sanfus Vetcs at tile full election. U was take he thought for the liquor question to to brought up at so late an hour in the session. It ought to have been it Amodid among the first things when the legislature a Semb cd. He believed however that the so preme court would hold the Law As co Ostium tonal a because there Are Lour Republican to one Democrat the Bench. That did not alter his opinion the Law. That the Sboto it a most . And Oughlin not to have Bren enacted by us legislature in View the amendment the a have been submitted to the people senator Yeatman from Hamilton , was also 1�-terrngated in regard to the Law. He freely acknowledged that he had vote Ltd against the Bill because be believed that it was wrong in principle. And he was willing to stand by his Reno Rel. He did not think such a Law ought to Haw been enacted in the face the amending a i that Are to be submitted to the per Oufa in the fall. Saloon Asa Hnatiow. The Saloon keepers association met Day afternoon at workmen shall to the Scott Law. Or. Jooeph Wahle occupied 0w chair. On Loii j Ulius Wolfert the Assoc far Tion agreed to in conjunction with Olfato societies in Tesu Tig the Blu. Or. Srob staws moved that a committee be appointed to Confer with similar committees from other associations for the purpose testing the lev and the committee was Given full Power to me. Tho gentlemen appointed the committee were August Reinbold Eugene 8mith, the Odom Ungerer and Joseph Wahle. The commuter was instructed to consult with attorneys and notify the Saloon keepers Tut course to inn Wal when the collector called Aud presented Diane us Gottleib Shaefer and Fred Neubert were proposed for member Wiship. Tho Bussell Law was de no u need As unjust Bat Fly association decided to take no action is regard it As not Milf properly within its sphere action. Joint Cox Kittle my Kino. The several committees appointed by a Brewers. Liquor dealers Saloon keepers Aad protective associations met yesterday afternoon at the Jonaton building . Max Helliean presiding. Opinions were received and read irom prominent Legal Talent to the effect Talkat the Scott Law is . The appointment attorneys was made As Given Andalft was resolved to Tate the Law by applying to Fatt District court for an in Ancylon to rest ram auditor Cappeller from collect Long the tax. Liukko Nink. A. a. A Bower 1st a. 4 e 0 10 0 0 Hall 1. It 4 1 1 e 0 2 w Eide 3d a. 4 1 s 6 0 2 Ite Llly c. Of. 4 0 1 2 0 2 Oehler s. S. And p.,. 4 0 0 1 8 1 Lacuilar 2d a. 4 0 0 2 2 0 Powers a. 4 0 i 1 3 0 . And s. A 4 1 3 4 6 2 Reardon Of. 8 0 0 0 0 0 total. 85 8 7 27 13 9 score by innings innings. 1 2 3 4 i 5 a 7 8 1 1 cincinnati0 0 3 9 3 0 5 2 1-14 picked 9 0 0 6 2 0 1 0 0-3 charged Wath heresy. Rev. B. Heber Newton Rector All souls Church new York. New y Ork Aoril 25.�?when the Rev. A Heher Newton Rector All souls Chireh delivered the sermons a the right and wrong uses the Bible a number preachers the protestant episcopal Church accused him teaching doctrines contrary to the Laws the Church. The vestry All souls Church endorsed it. Newton. Rev. Or. Samuel Buell professor theology the general theological Seminary the Rev. Or. B. F. Do Costa the Church St John the evangelist and the Rev. Randolph h. Mckim holy Trinity Church decided to prefer charge against . Newton. They completed their presentment tuesday and called upon Bishop Potter Thea afternoon when they formally handed him the charges and special cations and the facts which they were based. The Bish it after considering the charge can quash them. If not he appoints twelve rectors out which number the defendant has the right to select five to constitute the court to try him. The first charge is Lor violation the seventh article the Constitution which required every candidate for fax ministry to a Tan the following declaration do believe the holy 8cfipture� the old and new testament to be the word the second la a holding we8txrv Nail Mill belly Bruj ill.�?9100,000. Bijj tills Ilu april 25. Western Nail Mill in the northeastern part the City burned to the ground this morning. The fire started in the rolling department at 11 05 ., and in about five minutes the entire Structure was in flames. The buildings Are a total loss. The loss machinery is almost total. Tho loss ail is estimated at Between Aud 9100,000, which is fully covered by Lausii Ratiee. The Mill ran sixty three Nail machines Aud employed about 2fx> men. It has been running but about six months and was Way behind in filling its orders. The Western Nail Mills Are owned by a company which general Powell St. Louis is president. The general was formerly for the Belleville Nail Mills which we. Wang is presid Chat. The insurance is placed with belted Ifim agencies. Tilio Tewkesbury investigation. Boston april 25. Tewkesbury almshouse examination was resumed today. Christian Mueiler testified to tanning human skins received from various doctors and students and a pair uppers for slippers made from a woman a skin were shown. Frank Havlin testified to cruelty a ratified by the nurses. On one occasion they dres cd a idiotic boy in fantastic garb and right cud one German no that he died soon after. He fre me inbred a patient who had received extreme unction from a priest taken by he Back the neck and forced along screaming into the Bath tub. He died thirty six hours after. Wiliie a a Aid these cruelties bad taken place since last september and then described the fare Given the inmates which was passably Good and plenty it however he would not go Back to Tewksbury if he could avoid it. Adjourned. Murdered by a negro husband. Raleigh n. C., april 25.�?tony Bowling negro had two wives one at Hillsboro n. C., and the other at Durham. He left the latter returning last night but was refused admittance. He broke in the door the House attacked the the woman with an a. Cut ten her Skull let Ting out her brains Cut off her hand and both feet and then attempted to Cut his own Throat. He was captured and the negroes attempted to Lynch him but were prevented by the Rne rifts lose. Bowling was taken to jail in Liula Boro. In tense excitement prevails. A by in aching publicly and advisedly doot Rinea. Contrary to Thoat held by the protestant Episco prohibition la Michigan dry Init april 25, in the Senate this Forenoon the prohibition amendment to Fae Constitution which had been put its passage was lost by a vote 20 to 11 not two thirds hut nearly a strict party vote. Tho matter was then reconsidered the proposition providing for local option was Laid the Lable for further consideration. The action today has settled As certain the e impossibility to carry the prohibition amendment at this legislature. Day ton o., april 25. mass meeting the cigars makers Union was Feltrin the labor Assembly bail today to take action in regard to a change the senile prices. It was determined to ask an inc rare 91 per thousand schedule proportionate charges embracing this increase upon the differ in t grades cigars was agreed upon Aud a committee appointed to Confer with Fae Ana secure their Coue Uriece. Ten the eleven manufacturer alloying Union Mea sighted us agreement to the inc methodists is. The dramatic rival. Umpire. Mecannon. Two Bare hit a Jones Bulehe and Powers. Three base hits Jones 3 Cork Hill 1 Fulmer l total base hits Cincinnati 27 picked nine 9. Ela rued runs Cincinnati. 3. Bases balls off White 3 Mccormick 2 Oehler i wild Pitcher White 2 Mccormick 2. Notes. The nonpareil played Fae agates yesterday with the following result a innings1. 2. 8. 4 5. 6. 7. 8. Nonpareils7 5 2 8 2 2 1 9�?31 agates.0 12 18 0 1 1-14 Powin made his first App France yester May and showed up in excellent trim. The Anthracite will be Here next saturday and Endeavor to make it interesting for Fae Cincinnati team. If there was a Little less red tape which Borders imbecility displayed in the manage age meet the Bonk Street grounds the spectators would experience less Fae Sena Atlon Felt when travelling in Russia by. Loub is. Toledo St. Lons april 25.�?St. Louis Defeated Toledo at baseball today by a score 5 to l the championship Pennant. Columbus o., april 25.�?James a so Illiams. Secretary the american Seball association received today the Pennant awarded no the Cincinnati club for last season and will Forward it tomorrow. is. Anthrax rrb. Indianapolis ind., april 25. game baseball with the Anthracite club Pottsville ., today resulted in a draw nine at the end the tenth inning. There was some Fine playing both sides. Two faulty decisions by the Umpire gave the Anthracite six runs. Dorgan the Indianapolis Pitcher broke a Finger. The attendance was Good. Allegheny is Cleveland. Pm Burgh ., april 25. Allegheny and Cleveland baseball clubs played at this City today. The feature the game was the Fine Fielding both clubs. On neither Side was the batting Strong. In the eighth inning Theale Henys got slightly rated and their errors enabled the visitors to score three unearned runs. The Home nine never got More than two men As far As third base. The Cleveland scored one in the first inning and three in the eighth Al leg Heays one. . Proposition to drop John Mykl Tumms from Tho Church Rolls. The action the methodist minister elation last monday in adopting Rev. Or. Leone Ards Resolution denouncing All who encourage in any manner the coming dry Matio festival had a sequence night before last at a Church meeting at the Walnut Ellis m. K Church. Or. John Simpkinson has been to Active member fats Church almost Ever since its origin. At the meeting referred a he was condemned strongly for the part he has taken in the dramatic festival and not Only a a an individual member the Church hot ale because the influence the course so Probir intent a member would have upon others. It went so far a to entertain a proposition to suspend him from member ship but no definite a Tion was taken and the matter will probably go Over to some future meeting. By Hathor report. Made especially for the Cin Annati news i m. Prince optician West fourth Street Cincinnati. April1883 rms. 7 8 9 10 11 13 a. 42, 44�?T39.71 4� 29.78 weather. C3eax. A amp ear. Clear. Clear. Fear. Clear. Time. Ipin 3 m. 3 m. 4 m. 9 m. A �i. 39.70 Clear. Clear. Clear. Dear. Dear. Deal. A Young girl placed in a Convent at tempted escape. Yesterday afternoon Sarah Moray a Young girl sixteen years age living with her enu Atno. 103 Smith Street was placed in Ufa Convent Fae Good Shepherd Baum Street by them for she refused to remain within the Walls Tea Convent and vowed she would escape the first Opportunity she got. She evidently made up her mind in a hurry As Laid evening about 7 clock officers Martin and Wilson detected her the thirty foot Wall which i Snurr oids the place. They procured a ladder and took her Down after w hich she a conducted to Hammond Street station and held Wail her folks were notified. Death .4dolph by Bauchle to Spring Grovo Congo Tery sinks under . Adolph Sirach. Superintendent Spring Grove cemetery died last night at 10 23 clock paralysis. Reports his illness and condition Hare been reported from time to time and his death consequently has not been unexpected. He was born at Eckersdorf Silesia in 1822, and at the solicitation mar. B. Bowler who Whan abroad bad become familiar Frith Hla exquisite taste itt landscape gardening came to this Outry in 1851, Aud took charge Tho tie by tit and Tho Frost. Columbus 0., april 25. injury to Faa fruit crop by reason Fae late Eold snap. Is to ported to be not nearly so bad a feared was expected. Locust Aux ky., april 25.�?there was a Frost this morning. The lowest Point reached by the Mercury was 43, but the morn lug was Calm and Clear. There is considerable differ Euce opinion As to the character Tho troit and the probability its doing injury to vegetation. _ aspect stealing tickets. Yesterday afternoon detective we happens Terai arrested a Young Man named Charles Brown Twenty two yearn old who for some time past has been in imaged As clerk in the auditor s office he Cincinnati Northern Railroad and lucked him up St Hammond it treet station suspicion. The prisoner is supposed to Boim placated in Putio Luing about 100 tickets Frota Fae company and disposing them to scalps. Ykin alumni. The Yale collage alumni association Cly a Cannati partook their annual banquet let night at Fae St. Nicholas. Every thing was prepared in matchless style and the company was one the finest that Over sat Down to a banquet in Cincinnati. The were responded to briefly and everybody was in a Good humor Gita All fully enjoyed Faem solves. Flow to a found. Yesterday the night watchman the Campbells Creek Coal company found the in idly a composed body a Man in Fae Rivar near tire foot Mill Faset apparently thirty five years old. About five feet six inches in height dark hair and Sandy Mustache. There we a slight Bruise Fae forehead. Is it a Cemo tort 3b the editor a it the seam who has got Possession Fae Northern part Eden Park fur cemetery purposes in passing through this afternoon i saw White stones set is one the most Beruti us ridges the is like Monument a in the Odd fellow burying ground. Via personal. Senator d w. Vorhees Indiana paced through the City last night in route to Washington. _ about seventy machinists met last evening at Arbeiter Hall for the purpose forming a Union. Committees were appointed to coat Ete Fae Kcf faction and report to the neat future. _ Hon. Leo. B. Loring u. 8. Comais Stecar agriculture will he a change today and will probably be invited to address Fae March Mats and business men

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