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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 28, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioWe 0 cd a a n. Prtrt a i number 148.Cincinnati, saturday april 28, 1883. Price two gents. A a vengeance Walkk David shot dead by Hon. Phil Thompson us. A at harr�d.�1iii3nf a Vano Lloa . A mors a Ltd it Mno a to la slim Aad to tit by try a Toloa. Every Man who Lotta his a mlle and who the enrage to depend them will Tomii after this apron Felt Aero is a kt., april s7.->a tragedy in fall laced in the Hla tory Samd near this place today at Harrodsburg ism Slob in which Hon. Rel Thompson jr., fans ant member Congress shot and instantly used Walter balls a prominent and popular Mizii in Man this place. The Story dates Leek some time . Thompson who la now Thiny Seten years ago met him Mollie Garnett daughter Muneio t. Garnett Home sixteen Yean Siowko to in was the reigning Belle Mercer after Ard. Married and two my Ydreo a Hoy and a girl were the for nuts their marriage and while re eur Allig was recommended by her physicians to drink ale. From to it time she became a habitual Drinker and her failing bacame known to a fila a met malty Thompson bore with her and endeavoured kindly to break her be habit but to no Avail. Among Lam Vlad Tomb to the Thompson residence was a miss Lavinia herring Georgetown a pretty and agreeable Young lady. . Walter balls a Foong merchant Harrodsburg met her at . Thompson s House and s Myrrl amp go ensued from is being celebrated in the Mummer slip matters went along in the usual course until last november when . Thompson was going to Congress elected few the third term. He started for Washington and his wife accompany it d him As far m Cincinnati when they registered at the St Clair hotel november 27, 1882. . Thompaon it for Washington the next morn bag and left Hie wife with a mrs. Buckner a mend hers who was at the same hotel a Virit to the Eity from the South. She intended a laying with her until the Afu Noou Vixen she would return Home. While in the Eity the met Wal ter a alb who pets faded her to remain in the Day Over night and go Home the next mom Fig. Whee still Uncertain they went to the hotel where after drinking together she con tented to remain. After supper Davis called for her in a Carriage to go to the theater. They re turned about 9 clock that evening mrs. Thompson very much under the to fluence liquor and he took her to his room telling her that that was her room. Laie in the night the watchman found a woman lying in one the Halla with hero thing Dis arranged and evidently intoxicated. The proprietor came and with toe watchman would have turned her out to the Street hut the noise Awakening mrs. Both wife the proprietor she arose and went into the Hall and recognised the unfortunate woman. They took her to mis. Buckner a Nobi where she spent the remainder the night. The next Day mrs. Thompson re timed to harrods Bur and . Davis several Days afterwards. Mrs. . Buckner wrote to Thompaon at Washington telling him his Wito s conduct and then wrote to mrs Tromp men stating that she had apprised her husband Edthe Ajmer. Mrs. Thompson took a train receipt the letter and went to Washington where she met her husband who refused to a amp a a anything mom to do with her and sent tor his daughter aged fifteen and placed her in a Convent at washing ton where she now la. He then provided fur his wife by allowing her to stay at the Thompson Homestead in Harrodsburg and iving her a boo per year for the support herself and their a . Aged thirteen. Mrs. Thompson returned Home and has been living at the Homestead since then. Last Tny Day . Thompson came to Cincin Aati and met the proprietor the St Clair Honse who gave him the full particulars the Ais sir Between mrs. Thompson and . Davis . Thompson knew that his wife had been As informed by mrs. Buckner Bat the information Davis conduct Marly crashed him. He came to Barro Daubig wednesday Imd after arranging some matters took the morning train for Lexington. He saw Davis for the first time a Noe november this morning. Devis when he Law Thompson looked confused and coloured up and did not go into coach but into the e Beggs a ear the harrods Borg railway Kleh connect i with the Cincinnati Southern at Barrod Ahng Junction. . Thompson was accompanied by n Frimid . John p. Gylnn who was an route for 8t Paul Minn. When the bout hem Baa justify me in Thompson finished his address which was delivered in a dog Ifim. Manly Way judge Hardin arose and a Lii evident emotion said Quot it is not proper perhaps for be As judge the feelings sympathy i feel As a Man. I shall tour fore hold Toni Pipiou Over in the sum to answer any indictment that May be found by the amp and . T. H. Her Dan and John b. Thompson came Forward and gave the required Bond Ana . Thompson was Orclea aet. It would be Dif Lluu to say exactly Bow Public Plantou stands in regard to the affair Many siding Wotli Thompson and some with the Davis family. Jusli Blablo homicide is what some t i.11 it while the other Side does not give it such a title. Davis was exceedingly popular a Frank goo it in amp tured disposition and until late re partner in the Ilam Fisher a Avis and sold out to Ivarson i . . Davis Wasen route to Chicago when killed and probably would have settled there. As his business a pairs were All arranged before his departure. He leaves a family wife and two Small cd. Daughter mrs. Small children a boy and a girl daughter mrs. Bobi Uson if Bob Inwon. Davis funeral will take place to uts wife is a Uson wife Tex governor the Irish nationals. They get a cum Katl la tory let Tek from Hon. 8. S. Cox. Tie platform to Sullivan elected president and major Byrne vice president. Morrow by the knights Honor and the Odd Fellows. The affair seemingly unavoidable has cast a gloom Over the entire Community. Hon. Philip b. Thompson jr., represents the eighth Kentucky District in com Gresz. Which is composed the following counties Adair Anderson Boyle to Osey Garrard i Lncoln. Mad Ison Putaski i will. Taylor and it sync. He was bom in Ila Rindsburg. Kv., october 1&, Imp is by Profesa Ion a lawyer was Ellued to the forty a Ixia Congress As a do into rat. Receiving 12.538 votes again is 10,7tio Voles for Fry Republican. The Thompson and Davis families Are among the most prominent and wealthy families in that Section Kentucky and All them Are Hig Strunc sent Ilive men ready to fish at the drop a hat in Defenso Uiel Ito dior and Brave to a degree. The tra Gerly Yea Erduy recalls the feud which existed i Between them for years and which in the killing in open court tiie head the Davis family and two his Bon it an Curry Oie still fresh in the memory All kentuckians and the and cont territory. There had been bad be Liing Between the rival families for a Long time though some the older members were close friends. Suit was brought Liy it Avis a note and during the pro Ress the trial at Harrodsburg some insinuations were made touching the Honor Trio senior , instantly a shot was tired and old Nan Davis Felt mortally wounded. Many Pupols were Dixon both sides and some Twenty thirty shots were flood. Two the younger Davies being killed after their father. The greatest confusion prevailed and some the spectators Iliew theme a was out the windows to est Jisc the stray shots. The affair created the most in Terife excitement throughout the state. Who fir a the fatal shots was never Kiborn though it was thought in Hll thomt>8on. Jr., his Broi Lior John wore the most Lix Cly to be the guilty Par Tiea. No one was Ever brought to trial the charge. After this tragedy the old Feus Between the Faini Ticas was in a a amp sure Patchill up. Though the latent fire in Walter Izavis breast May not have been without its influence to his actions toward mrs. Thompson. While in the eyes the Law Thompson s action yesterday can not let a defended Lor thus taking in his own bands the punish mint for the Liq Inge done his family Honor the feeling has become almost Universal Latte year that such crimes can not be reached by Ordinary Legal Roo esses. And that the husband father Rother who to Kes to his Owa hands the vengeance that they demand shall go acquitted. It is not Likely that conviction will follow even if an indictment be found for the summary vengeance was so suddenly meted out at Harrodsburg Junction yesterday. Washington matters. Buted. In England the Law creating civil Dos Abi Viies account religion have Long been dead. In Ireland the Laws made under cd Ward iii., Queen Carl Malford Charles 11. Queen Anne and their successors Are still vital to torment the Popple. Verv East re the b gis lation proposed by an in Gid Meni be receives Antiri Loiis con8�<lttfttioii. Any measure however just Nece aary humane pro Ali posed i Gay Patriot Irish members is certain contemptuous rejection by a combined Raa Jority Bot i the great English parties. Thus Llie cd Una Tionel system 6f Ireland is notoriously ind Ballway train Lor Cincinnati came in both went Teto at and while Chinn waa gaming a mat a looked toward the door and text Darla entering and nod speak to . Thompson who and weird a Lyon Dan a anew dare Yon speak to Mel at the same Thom drawing from Hie Alda pocket a self to diag thirty eight Caliper Smith amp Wesson pistol he levelled it at Davis. Davis summed the door and reached Back for his pistol and started Down Tolje platform Steps with his head loomed. As he pleased the window he plat lorm Tom non fired the Hall shattering the Glass and striking Davis the head end falling off the ctr he rolled Down the Hank. Striking his head against a Rock nosing and netting he forehead. The train was. Starting As the shot was fired and As the Eon Del a a need Thebes Corsand stopped the train . Thompson said to him Quot i want to get off and go Baeff to harrods org mid give myself no a tarning to . Chinn be Seld a Nowy Oan look my Little daughter in the face a Oca As the train stopped several ran to the is suit a Nee Dave hat raising him saw be we beyond their feeble Aid. The Ballet which lodged in he Hutn killed him . Only a few spot Naff blood Mark the place where be fell. After the train left . Thompson went into the coach the Homdt big train and the body olt Dave was carried into the baggage ear. And in the manner they returned to their Homes. Arriving there Dave a body was taken to he Ras Denee. . Thompson went to the Oon Thouse where Clr enit court b now in Esalon and addressed judge Hardin saying Quot May it please Yoor Honor i know that it is not customary under Carcam stance thu kind for peons shouted As 1 am to make any remarks to toe court but i feel that in Justice to myself and As due to the Community in Whiteb i have lived so Long and by whom i have been honoured so often that i should make a Brief a tote Meni the facts and circumstances the unhappy and . In november Festle Asony Way to Washington and my wife a Bymun Laniad me As far As Cindy Natl thera 1 fell he in charge lady friends expecting her to return toat evening to . wife unfit innately a b addicted to an evil Hachic. Which . Dave. Toe dece. Well knew. that evening he met her to Circiu Nat and prevailed her to remain until the next morning. Finding at which hotel she stopped be Reg tired there under an Asan med name and while there Puad her with whisky until she was temp Vetaly under in influence when he a Oom her ostensibly to the theater. They re to toe hotel at f clock toat evening in a besotted condition from drink. She a opted to go to mrs. Buckner s room and be insured her going to he room when yield Fau to he Emu had she went remaining there Vuk him for More than an hour where he had debauched her. He turned her out in a Hellen condition thus exposing my own Dehonor and her shame. Afterwards she was taken to mrs. Buckner s room by the Wereb Anaa and the proprietor in an Drooker condition. Domestic Rei Stroot Are go bankrupt and broken no. Little daughter whom 1 love More than life Belf b now an file from Home and an outcast from society Dave a desire to gratify hts jul Bubli my Dishonour to night after night my daughter ebed Heimli to sleep my breast. Not All blood b Worth her tears and though he had noon said Uvea a could not atone for the Woken happiness my household and the Ilbery he has Oao eed me. I Torow mys upon Tesuji Hatloe my Donn Drymen and bal Wai judge Gresham a successor re makes an end much talk the Roll borne damage 8ult. Warning Tox april 27.�?at the Cabinet meeting today the new rules adopted by the civil service commission were under consideration and will be considerably modified before receiving the approval the president. The vacancy in the commission clerkship caused by the refusal White to serve has not vet been filled and probably will not be before monday. . Lots Saughnessy Cinci Natl has Strong Becking for the place and he chances for the appointment Are Good. To a rocked Robins . . D 8. Alexander fifth auditor the treas try b to by appointed to succeed Bobi Oson resigned the Hill investigating committee and the attorney general has assigned . John b. Bair As counsel to prosecute the charges. Landau. And Rice. Edward Mcpherson clerk the last House representative a is another distinguished re Pula Alcan who Hopes and believes that a a Randall Bius he grip the speaker ship and can hold Randall b in the City now his Mission being to protest against Secretary folgers ruling in the Rice question. He Objet to the dec Ion Secretary Folger that crush and granulated broken fragments Rice shall pay 2u per cent duty and Wilt it is said take an Appeal from Secretary folgers decision and place the question in the courts. Whole Rice must pay two and one half cents duty. The Rice growers claim that under the decision just rendered Rice slightly cracked crushed and just As Good As whole Rire for food purposes can be imported at 20 per cent. En3 Valorme. The disinterested Esa this Caudall when you consider that there arc no a Rioe growers in Peda Sylvania is a fresh instance the amiable character the Man. Secretary Lincoln adjutant general drum and colonel Barr left for it. Leavenworth the Avening. The Star route cases. . Eer closed he speech today and after the usual noon Interino a Ion general Henkie counsel for minor and Vail said he had peremptory instr tenons from his clients to submit the Case without farther argument. General Wilson Lor Brady made the same offer behalf his client Inger Oil was not present and Davidge attorney for John , said be could not speak Lor the dorseys until be had consulted Ingersoll. To the court adjourned until monday. It la the general Union among buyers that the government deserves to lose its Case for permitting Ker who b an exceptionally Dull speaker to bore the jury through fire solid Days. A Aoth axkr1ca ximi8tex. Senor Don Antonio Batres envoy extraordinary and i utter plenipotentiary from Gua Pillad Eugpnia april 27.�?it was nearly 11 clock before the Irish National t convention a Emblem this morning. The Reading Tho minutes was dispense Ltd with. . Reilley announced that the committee resolutions had prepared a report but was not yet ready to present it. Colonel Michael Boland chairman the committee Orga ii Aiton then said the committee organization would not be ready to report until after the com Matteo resolutions had reported. after a Long debate the committee organization had not been Able to agree the number officers for the National league its exact scheme government. Colonel Ihil and there fore moved that when recess be taken it be tor two hours to allow Tho committee in organization to perfect its Rcpt it. Curried. The Secretary then read by unanimous consent a comm cation from Hon. S. S. Cox new York congratulating the convention what it had achieved and declaring that it was impossible for Ireland to under British government account the commercial restrictions the latter. There were 68,212 Able bodied men engaged in Quot keeping the peace a while there were but 21,000 engaged in teaching. The a near Dainty land tenure and the Polit it by status and the standing spies go to Render i re Huid the work Govert Iod Erin try the the world. Agitation Lor Liberty will go . The que then extradition citizens rights ac., if Couf dered by the t convention mut be viewed in the right the lessons recent events. Edward Meagher Condon then moved that the thanks this Trouven Tiomi be tendered . Cox. Curried. mrs. Ramers Entrance she was cheered. Father Boylan county Cavan Ireland then Addix used the amid much applaud e. He said Liat now John Hull would be put one Horn the Irish Dilen a and the inn Portl the other Liilo Tat Sunhi milk the cow. He complimented the spirit in which the american press treated the Irish question. America had Given irishmen employment but irishmen had done America s hardest work the Fields both peace and War. The entire Donven Tifton arose to in feet and Alsved father Boylan tumultuous by. Cries for a item Lse were Heartl. The chairman said . Betts was not in the Hall. Father Pricw. Formerly Scotland now a Delegate the Manhattan i Caguco then addressed the convention. He said the Irish in England a and Soiland would have been Tho first to be Che effects any intemperate action the part this convention and he was glad to congratulate the delegates that their Art i had so far been Wise and to moderate. To moved that a vote thanks be tendered revs. Father Boylan and Agnew. Carney Massachusetts said this motion that every Ricotti h Clergyman had for Many years endeavoured to de nationalize who crossed the Channel. Carney amid uses and confusion was pronounced out order. The motion for a vote thanks was then carried. At Twenty minutes to 12 a Rescics was Uken for two hours to await the reports Tho committees. The convention reassembled at 2 40. The chairman the committee resolutions submitted his report follows the platform. T the Irish american people assembled in convention at in i Ladelphia. Submit to the Rotelli gence and right reason their fellow men that the duty government is to preserve the lives the governed to defend their Liberty to protect their property to Luai Fain peace and order to allow each portion the people an equitable and efficient voice in the legislature and to promote the general welfare by Wise just and humane Laws. We solemnly declare and cite the unquestioned history and Universal knowledge living men in testimony thereof Chr St that the Anglia i govern meat has existed in Ireland not to preserve the liver the governed but to destroy them. Entire communities it wantonly massacred by the sword to asylums terrified women it has deliberately applied the blazing Torch into Helpley a towns it has discharged deadly bombs and shells. Through consecrated crypts where age and infancy sought shelter it has sent its bloody butchers. The sacred persons tests it has stretched upon the rack surf it ended from the Gibbet. Ruling babes have been impaled the ints its bayonets Ocause in their own words its emissaries liked that government. Ita Gold has been folded in the hand the Assassin and has Reward cd the infamy the perjured traitor la treacherous falsehood has lured patriots to unsuspected death. As if the sword Cannon Torch scaffold Dagger and explosive were not enough it enjoys the unique infamy being the Only government known to ancient Modem times which has employed famine for the destruction those from whom it claimed Ali Eginee. Equate. Thus it is that a i colons. Unknown in England and declared by Guido tone to be almost equiv Leiu to death Stit Cucus Are daily Decuir Niico in Ireland and have nearly doubled in five years in spite the boasted Benefit the gladst07ic land Law. Thus it is that although according to government returns the Eric Ninnis Are Twenty seven in 10,000 the Engliski elation and Only fix .0� the Ion to enjoy Ireland 1� worse than Niider martial Law. Two colliding trains. Big Hatrul Accident the a grand trunk. Chi. Three Persona killed outright and Taro others fatally Hurt cause the Accident. Jot the Engels i to imitation and Only fix in 50,000 the Irish population in spite in operation to which they Are subjected. Constitutional Liberty and teen the sex nope yet King Laud Iru Repi Ltd and persistent attempts by practical Ash to obtain in the Langush parliament just and humane Laws for Ireland has re ways been and in our belief Mist continue to be it future. Now Thor forc. In View a Icse fact be it Quot ii , by the people in convention Asse Mylod that the English gov Eniti int in ire Saiid origin Attig in , and i Rio Timte Ltd by Force having failed to Dis charge any Ihorn Tieso Magover Hrent never having Aeq tired the gov cried Lias no Norvil to in Ireland and that it is the duty the Irish race throughout the world toe ustain the Irish people in the pm Idov ment ail legit inmate moans to substitute it a National self government. That we pc it get it unqualified and constant support moral and material to our Cipun Trinen in Ireland in their efforts to recover ii at ions 1 self govern intent. And. In order the More effectually to promote thi object by the consolidation All our re-ourcc7< Kaiui the creation one responsible and Boly to Spenk for greater Irv Danio in Amei Iea. That All the societies represented in this convention and All that May Sci after ctn ply with the conditions Adonis Sion be organized into the Irish National a America for the Nur pcs supporting the Irish National la tie Ireland which t Harlem thwart Darnell is president. In a soft. That we heartily iii orse the Noble sentiment Bishop Butler Limerick Quot that every stroke Forster s is Ivnic lash was for Iris inner a new proof Danielt s Worth and ail additional Tito for him to the Confin tue and gratitude his , that we syrup Maizc with the i Thor cars Ireland in their mortis to improve their i Oil Ilion and us we the Farmers in Ribeir one Alt upon the landlord Garrison we a now urge upon the Mariner a Justice and Hin naive consideration for the labourers. In the words for the Impi Dyment which Irish member parliament was inn Rosom d. We demand that the Farmers no Law to labourers Quot a fair Day s wages for a fair Day s at Wrid. That As the manufacturers great Britain Are the chief source her material i already detain Long i ulcer the into Nance Competition we earnestly counsel our cd Unerv Raen in Ireland to buy nothing in engl ibid which they jul Jiro Duee in Ireland procure from America France and we Eledge ourselves to promote Irish manufactures y Enos urging their import into Vii circa. And to use our utmost Endeavor by Plain statement a facts and Iti patronage to per Sua it in american tradesmen from keeping English gtd la Sale. A co i that this convention thanks bight Rev. John Ireland by hop Paul Iti Glit Rev. John out Junor b shop Omaha right Rev. John Spalding. By hip Ivoria most Rev. John Willi nip archbishop Boston right Rev. V. Ryan Bishop Buffalo most Rev. Patrick Feehan a relic Ishop a his agn right Rev. Edwand Fitz Geidd by hop Little Rock and their coi borers for their fell event efforts for the Irish immigrants but Evve mini., april 27.�?a terrible collision occurred the Chicago 4 grand trunk Railroad near Olivet station Between the regular passenger train moving West and a freight trait following it. The air brakes attached to the passenger train did not work successfully and Tho train was stopped at the foot a slight Grade and a signal sent Back to the freight train which was a hey one. For some reason it passed the Sig Nal Ami rushed along into the rear Tho Paa sender train go Kvoring into fragments two Pullman coaches. The names the killed were crud actor p. J. Wall Montreal. Frye Englewood n. J. John a. He gains to Veling agent for h. P. Baldwin a co., Detroit. Teu i>erson3 were badly injured. W. W. Page Chicago had his ribs broken and will die. R. T. Budd Chicago was scalded from head a it foot. The engine the freight train and a few care were badly damaged. It is rumoured that the Engineer the freight train owing to Tho Speed at which it was running when it struck the Down Grade was unable to control his train. The injured were taken to Battle Creek so ii after the collision occurred where Uliey Are being cared for. A Anton. . April 27.�?two freight trains eol pm Fri the Korr Wayne Railroad this morning Wal taking the locomotive and several cars. Track a blockaded and one Una Iowa w to Woji i Calaug a ride,.was killed. To lots. In connection with 5,000 head left Over from yesterday Fumihi an ample Supply for the demand. Sales smooth Light at f7 10@7 65 17 157 50 for mixed weights and 17 60 37 a i for heavy thin a Light be 25 57. Sheep steady at 14 75 75 Par 100 Iba. So Cha and nonet. New York april 27.�?the Stock Market was alternately weak and firm until near the close the Day the room traders having repeated their efforts the past few Days to bring about a general decline in a View forcing sales Long Stock. The movement however was attended with very Little in chess the general list yielding Only a fraction. Daring the last half hour a ninness attempts were made to cover with the result a Complete recovery the final quotations being the Bestol the Day and for some shares higher than the closing figures yesterday. The sales amounted to 2��,76� shares against 13,800 shares. Oney was in abundant Supply stocks at 4<� per cent., and just previous to the close there were offerings at 3 per cent. govern menu the ruling rate was i per cent. Louisville. The Man. the Gallows. In providing Homes it into the United states. To Mala and san Salvador called upon the president today Acomita died by the Secretary state and presented his credentials. The usual Exchange formal Tea took place. A Doc Grisham s buocs8bor. The India Ite judgeship will almost certainly to some other than an Indianapolis Man. Three member the Cabinet one whom is the attorney general Are determined this Point. this opposition among the presidents confidential advisers to toe aspirants from the state capital Benator Harrison whose capacity for. Blundering in matters requiring the exercise tact and discretion is something phenomenal has formally recommended the awl nement i Law partner. The chances tonight seem to be largely indicative the selection chief Justice Woods. Kremler. Evansville u Well thought and strongly recommended but his Routh is against him to which is added the Urther disadvantage having sex con Gre Saraan Heilman urging another lawyer trom the fit District Hon. W. P. Edson. my Vernon. It would be a Surprise to everybody Hore however if the prize should fall a it an Indianapolis Man but even h it should strike that locality the indications tonight Are that it would not go to Hines. It is common talk among Ludian Iaus that Gresham is to be allowed to name his own buc Cescot. And chief j ustice Woods is the Man whose Good Fortune it is to have the favor the new Post master general. The Kilbo Pye to Woji cask. Senator Voorhees arrived today and will remain until Aiter the Caso Haslett Kilbourne against John g. Thompson la disposed the senator being Kubo ume s counsel. The Case was tried last fall and the jury awarded Btl Bourne 1100,000 damages which verdict was set aside by the court As being exc Salve. Kilbourne it will be remembered was a witness in the investigation the transactions the real stale ring by Congress during the last administration and. Having refused to answer questions was imprisoned for months for Eon text to sergeant at Thompson executing the decree Congress. The supreme court the United states decided that Oon Greas had no Power to imprison for contempt and that ihompson�?T8 plea that he was Gimp by perform aug his duty As executive officer the House when he arrested kilo none was not a Good defence. Kilbourne thereupon brought suit in the circuit court for damages against Thompson and got the above verdict which having been aet aside made this new trial necessary. The ease will probably not be reached before the Middle last May. Thomson has no remedy but most pay whatever damages the jury Sammes out his own estate although it la presumed that Congress will not let him suffer for faithful obedience to the orders the House. In Monse Quetico Dav Tallal lust and put toe world night after forcibly robbing the Irish people the fruits their own toil pro Lucid by Milelr own labor it has buried not a Hundred not a thousand but More than a million the Irish race in shrouded and in the grave hunger. It has mercilessly for Ceil other millions in compulsory poverty to seek in alien lauds the breaj.1 they were entitled to in their own. There is no form cruelty known to the lowest Savage which it has not practice the Irish people in the name the highest civilization. There is no device fiendish ingenuity it a not adopted to reduce their numbers. Within two years it has massacred children and a woman a body been the victim its licensed ruffians. There is no species destructive attack however insidious violent ancient modern rude scientific whether directed against life matter in any portion the Grol get for which in barbarities in Ireland have not furnished an example. There is no form retaliation to which de pair madness May resort for which English cruelty in Ireland u not Enciu sylvely responsible. Second the declare that the English government in Ireland has not defended the Liberty the people but has Anith Platet it. The statutes enacted since the invasion amount to a series coercion Laws framed to deprive the citizens All vestiges personal Freedom and reduce them to out awry in order to confiscate their Wop try and compel them to flee to foreign Anda since the beginning the present Century when the Irish parliament was abolished the Law for Ireland have been made in England and during that period a babes and right trial by jury have been suspended More than flite times. Hordes soldiers have been loosed upon a people forbidden to Bear and a Sute War with ail its attendant horrors with occasionally those Reull Atlon have been Mainu ined. Today the representatives the pm Ople Are in. Prison Guin less crime. The Freedom speech is abolished the Freedom the press is abolished the right peaceable Public meeting is annulled no Many a House is secure night Day from armed marauders who May insult and harass his family. Without a warrant a citizen May to thrown into prison without Counsi he May to put Tofek trial a prejudiced judge and a packed jury. the lying averment purchased wretches hts Liberty in a be sacrifice Bis life taken in the name the Law. Third instead protecting the property the people the English govt moment in Ireland been o , that the policy the English government m first re it ii cing the Irish try to feb Jav t poverty and then rending them =.< to Ali j i United fuses dependents upon american clarity is Unn Aluta Init Girtin and an onto inc upon the american government and people. We Rosec tidily dirt it the at Eulion Tho United states government to this iniquity protest against its continuance Aud instruct the officials who Mehali be chosen by this convention to present our protest to the president the United Sites and respectfully but firmly to urge upon the president that it is the duty the govern mint the United Sutea to decline to support paupers whose pauperism began under and is the Rasolt English mis government. And to demand England that she Send no More her paupers to Alliese shores u Mccoma a Burden upon the american people. that this convention welcomes the sturdy and in daunted Patriot and the prudent custodian Patrick Mcgan who to protect the land Lic ague funds irom the robber hands the English government voluntarily abandoned his private business and accepted a Long exile in foreign tends the integrity whose Gwardiah Phlp has a a been alter a minute examination his books by the dts Tingyi shed and Independent patriots. John Dillon Rev. Eugene Sheehy and Mathew Harris. Grateful for his invaluable services his countrymen rejoice they Sears this Impo runt the advantage his we a and experienced counsel and Are proud to Welcome him to their heart and their Homes. These resolutions were adopted after a Short Wrangle. The report the committee organization was then made and adopt Eti. It organizes the Irish National league America consisting All the Irish societies Merica and Canada. The governing body consists the president vice president and Counell which shall Eon sirt one Ramb for each state territory District Columbia and Dominion Canada. Trego vening body shall annually appoint an executive committee seven for the effective Admul traction the affairs the league. The convention then air needed to ballot when the following officers were elected president Alexander Sullivan Chicago vice president major borne Cincinnati Secretary James he no. But talk treasurer. Rev. Charle Reilly Detroit. . Sullivan declined the per Artency several times but was at last compelled to accept it. The convention then Al journey to allow each state delt Gatioan to elect one its members to serve the National com Mutee. Reamer blog a Resolution esteem for and condolence with Mich tel Davitt the father the land league incarcerated for the third time in a brith Dungeon was unanimously adopted. It Wing then carried that a Resolution Confidence and cheer be cabled by Tho officers this convention to Charle Stewart Parnell. Mrs. Parnell then arose and said Quot ladles and gentlemen i have in in asked to Crown with a the liw Ilu Forcht 1>f in a last dread penalty. , s. A. Pril 27, Copeland a coloured methodist local preacher was banged Here to it Jay for tile murder pm. J. Inn Lieut a Farmer this sconce county. The execution took place at 11 15 a.m., and in accordance with lavs was private. Copeland was the first person to Sufler the extreme penalty the Law in this county which was formed in 1868. The Gelious via 01 the old style and it was Erci Tesi Iris id Tho mail. Copeland proc itch Liis innocence said to had no fears death and was prepared to a in. Is atom Roc go 1,4., poll 27, revel before the Thor Tonth judicial District court july 22. 1,s82, it Vang october .5, bits murdered Henry i yams in a brutal manner wa< hanged at i Ake Providence East t Pamfil Paris it she it rely after noon. The exc cd lilt a was Vii Ince id by a Large crowd but there was do disorder. , mosr., april 27.�?daniel in any who to been tried in Miles City for the cold blooded murder his former partner named presian neck Coulson last june was sentenced by the july to death. He had offered the Japar during the trial to allow him to escape far enough to be shot by the guards. Morphia in Small doses had been avowed being an opium eater and he had saved enough to commit suicide which he did the Day the sentence. , a a. April 27. de Bony was hanged Hera today for the murder his wife la slept Well last night Atea Hearty breakfast this morn tug after which he smoker a Cigar Uitz then inspected the Gallows. Taking hold the rope to said to the sheriff Quot i am afraid i h break that rope. You ought to have snap ilog seemed entirely indifferent to his Fate. From the Philadelphia press april 17. He try de Bose is the strange Assassin. Sud Deuly appeared with a yacht in Essex Village about one year ago. He was Occam Paniell by a Young coloured woman who passe Ltd As his wife. After a Short sojourn to departed with the Wynn amp ii and next Day Reid Nevi alone claiming his companion had obtained Impi Dyment in a hotel 1.1 Burlington it. Two Mouths Iaiser he married a respectable widow Percx named Betsey a. Wells. The Union occurred after an acquaint aeon but four weeks de Bosnos had Learned that Tho widow was the owner a farm fifteen Moree. And an avowed desire to secure this him into an ardent Lovett payment internal Ket Nae the now tobacco Stamps notes. Loi isvillf., it. April 27.�?.As the 1st May Drew near the office Tho collector internal Revenue in the custom House is thronged daily with people who come to pay the special taxes due that Date. The clerks arc kept constantly Busy waiting them. Yesterday 3,000,000 ,000,000 Worth new tobacco Stamps were received from Washington and already there Are orders for Stamps for a million pounds tobacco to he Deli Crete 1. The clerks in the office arc kept at work until it clock at night fining out these Stamps and monday night april 30, the office will be opened at Midnight so that the Taraps May be delivered to tobacco men the 1st May arrive. This is done account the great Rush expected All Day a tuesday when the special faxes come Ino. It is a Timsic Ltd the Roc cite Tho office May 1 will . There a project to dim the masonic widows and orphans Ifoma into a hotel durig the Southern exposition the plan is to place the inmates the Home in the lying in no Spital if the City will allow and the masonic Home Waii be transformed into an immense hotel Only three squares from the site the e in to Tiou. The governor a appointed commissioners to the so them exposition Here. The circuit court today was occupied with the trial Henry Dyler for the Mur Ducr Joshua Gregory. Twenty one Young men were graduated in matters metropolitan Brooklyn Man murders wife son and kills himself. The Anchor the Stoma help Llna Buja oat Inman the Cigar makers win. Law tonight by the i in Vemity o . J Edge Edwards decided in the Case Fech Heimer Bros. 4 co. Cincinnati is. The City Louisville that the City had the right to collect a License from drummers busies houses outside the City Louisville. A shocking suicide. A despondent Man deliberately throw himself under a train. Dayton april 27.�?a shocking death by suicide occurred this afternoon the x. Y., p. 4 Railroad about two Miles thu Side Osborne. John Murphy a old and faithful Section hand the Road was the victim. Maryb y was a widower and the father two grown children and the owner property in Osborne. He has been invite ii fur gome Lime in a Coral located lawsuit affecting tiie title to his properly. Through a fear the Loeb his Home he became morose and melancholy and took i life. This afternoon when at work along the Tarnok in company with other men. As the lightning express which leaves this City at 4 clock approached. Murphy stepped upon the track when the engine was but three rods away faced Tho train and boldly Mot his death under tote wheels. Both legs were Cut off above the knee. And his body mangled into an Indis Ting Shabie Mas. As Oon As possible the train stopped and the remains were gathered up Aud Tasen to his Home in Osborne. Brooklyn n. Y., april 27.�?wm. Mcadoff a Diamond broker residing in this City today killed Bis wife and child and then shot himself. Mcduff and his wife had been married about eight years and had not lated very happily. A Short time so he leased a lower floor in their House to a mrs. Paulin who Vas to have taken phase asian a few Days ago but he determined then that he would not let them enter the House. Mrs. Mcduff said he should keep to his bargain. He then accused her being intimate with Paulin and they had a quarrel. Last night when he returned Home a hot dispute followed Between him and his wife. When mrs. Mcduff arose this morning she dressed herself and taking a Dustpan and Brush in her hand went into the sitting room. Her husband got up two min a utes afterwards and taking a loaded five chambered revolver followed his wife upstairs. Her Back was turned to him when he raised the weapon and fired. The woman fell face Down her hands being c1asp�3 at her breast. Mcduff then West Back to the bedroom. His son. Still asleep was cuddled up in the bed. With his fingers in his Mouth. He fired another shot at him fat the left bide his he. The child never moved but died As he slept cuddled up in Hia crib. Thou placing the revolver to his right Temple Mcduff Pul Leil Tho trigger and died almost instantly. He left the Lollo letter a a dab Brothis Jack if anything happens to me i want you to have whatever i May leave. Put Julie and me in your Phot. This is my last request. Your unfurl Iduate brother mrs. Daft Mother will Bury her in Greenwood while the father and child will be Brierl in Woodlawn cemetery. The Inman line sold. New York april 27.�?a report has been circulated for the past few Days that the Guion and Anchor steamship lines a Here negotiating for the Purchase Tho vessels and Good will the la Man company that the stockholders the Inman company Aro anxious to dispose their properly at almost any Price As the company have suffered such heavy losses during the past few Mouths that the owners do nut feel inc listed to continue any longer the present unprofitable business. Reports this evening say that the Anchor company has bought the Good will the Tine and the a train Era City Berlin City Richmond and probably tire Tyty Chicago the new Ste incr now building. _ the tobacco manufacturers give in. New York april 27.�?there was a general meeting the principal tobacco manufacturers today. They decided to give the per j,000 Advance demanded by the strikers. This is caused by the fact that having Beveral weeks ago advised the retailer that after May they would to go Van the advantages the reduction in the internal Revenue Texas Fand having in Conse it in enc Cree the it the 1st Mach with the. Men in a strike they Cou line. She can hardly stand and i dying a slow and terrible death. Even Lawo Ficen ars loud in Dano Nocing the infamous . Tote felled to Tefa a Chicken. The outrage has been by Dussi pm we by the Jolly terror Irine Toa child Wing that if she told they would kill her. The Jolly have Sui needed in giving Bond but have been advised to leave the you utry for the present at least in a trance. A strange can a Catalepsy at a a a a a Dia Kausas. april 27.r-a Strose East a Catalepsy is reported from Concordia curad county this state. Mrs. Ginn had been sufi by ins wit i rheumatism for Soste time and lha night the 25th March she was no toed to turn herself in her bed from her Side to he Back. A tin her Mother next lot aed Ai her she was found to to rigid and love red with cold perspire too. These were Thoat to be sign approaching death my since then she has remained in that cond Loloa perfectly rigid Aud Moi Toalei. Her flesh is warm her Cheeks a Natsumi color her Bratli ing and nuo natural and the general appear an is that a person iii healthy slumber. With the exception a coating Al Twylte Glagol the eyelids. 8he 1� few daily sometimes receiving two got. A half pint dream and a piece bread soaked in Cream. The Lood is forced into Mouth and at time it Caa be noticed that Suo is awol lowing. What food she take Diget to readily and naturally. At time she by Cathie As if asleep Ami again As pcs Ona do no Nauy when awake. The physician in charge the. Made several severe tests to Waken the lady such As firing a revolver Cloae to her face subjecting her to slower balks cold water and Houting in her ear. The so too Flag Ovid Shower Baths had the effect Quot making her pals few faster but not in Nia Klug the mind will Power assume their wonted a Quai tons. Tho Experiment raising an la has also been tried but it required a consider Abl Fores to do this and when ral Sefi they remained to that position for some time then slowly failing to the bed. 6ix.years ago . Ginn was in a similar condition but was at the end a week a y a runaway team striking the House. Four years ago she Lay in tie am state for a period five week and then in ideally began to recover. The ene Antra ted con riders a Atte Tiou from . The new drop curtain. . Slender but defiant. Large orders for delivery after which with the men a s not Lill they were compelled to give in. Re foreign affairs. A Date by following the Marri be hip Ute be suited Over ibo Wolf Tau a Refus a to assign her farm to her h us Ana. One Dav after the usual quarrel de Bosnyk and wife were seen to drive Down an unite in Eutch Road. A Llella later do Bose is ivus observed driving away alone. A Farmer who had seen the Man skulking in the Wood investigate and found Tho woman a body in a hollow covered with leaves. No pistol wound was found the Crow not her Heinl and another under the left Eye. A great gush was Mode in the victims neck under the Chin with some Dull instrument to Tia had severed the carotid artery. An alarm was raised and after a Chase eleven Miles de Bosnia was capture i. In Hia Wagon were found two revolvers one them 22 Caliper the size the Ballet found in the body with two Chambers empty. The Kroner s trial lasted Bat one Dav. I guilt we so palpable that no defuse was made. I get Bossy evinced no concern when after an absence ten m nuts the brought in a verdict guilty v Hen the wrest the laurels our immortal statesman legislator and president George Washington. The position Ireland today a almost similar to has for its injury and ruin. Out caught in tha a Ohnery. 8t. Loon april 27.�?Charles Flatt a German aged sixteen had been employed in the Granite Iron Bolling Hills second and Destrehan Streete. For some time. This morning about 6 4.5 clock while attempting to put a Belt a rapidly re Olving Pulley he was caught by his clothing and whirled around the a halting Kui if him instantly. Was she murdered t ctr Klann o., april 27.�?workmen today commercial Street table City Anseart Nedythe Skeleton a woman. As the locality abounds in Hrascs 111 fam and a Rabung Deus the remains Are sep posed to a those a woman who was murdered. Salt for breath Promise. . O., april 27.�?mis Olive m. Pinch a Nee Lewis m it Shew in the court common pleas for to Bioko for breach marriage font Root. Ataee injured by the Frost. Lanca stut . April 37.�?our most Exton Siv report Ives see Dungs seriously toured by to late Roeu. String 20,000,000 acres the producing land a too a a have been allowed to lie waste. The ownership the remainder generally acquired by Force fraud a been retained la the hands ravenous monopolists who annually drained the country in Money in Tho form rents no portion which goes Back to the Irish people. In addition to this an iniquitous system Luxation imposes the people a Gigantic Burden for the sustenance a foreign mray for an oppressive constabulary for salaries to supernumerary officials and placement for pensions to English favourites for blood Money for informers and for a vulgar court whose extravagance is equated Only by the Sham its pretend Scotia the naturally created Capitel the country is sent to England one pretext another and brings no Exchange ext a it articles English manufacture which Irish people under a Elf government would produce for themselves Purchase in America. Irish manufactures deliberately destroyed by England to the lost Century Are still dormant. Her immense water Power turns no a feels. Her canals Are All but impassable. Her Rivers Are obstructed. Her useful Clay and valuable minerals Are untouched. In her Beautiful harbours Are few ship except those her enemy English Law for the Protection property in Ireland Hoe been a Ince to make Ireland bleed at every pore for the Benefit the heartless landlords and English manufacturer. Fourth the English government in Ireland has not main tel ii Ltd peace and order but has for too years broken her peace and destroyed her order. Fifth the English government in Ireland Doe not allow that portion the Empire an equitable and efficient voice in the legislature. In England one twelfth the population vote member Parit Ament in Ireland one Twenty fifth the population vote for members parliament. In England the registration Law Are favourable to the voter in in land they Are inimical to the voter. In England All a leases the population Are fairly represented. In Ireland the poor Law is employed to secure to landlords and place Hunters a preponderance in the Nat Louai delegation. In England the judiciary is Independent the executive and Sam pathless with the people. In that our country in the revolutionary War. And i have inherited a drop that old blood. I have also inherited Irish blood which gives me an additional claim you. father said Aud 1 sustain him Here that the party which secure and Manfu teens a p<j8lilon in the enemy a country is sure to come out ahead. I deny that my Sou has not secured that . Parnell then placed a Wreath laurels the bust George Washington Maffi great enthusiasm while the Banner Ireland waved Ove Licad. Quot god have Irei Aud a Quot the liter Span Jed Banner a and Quot dear old Ireland were Sung by the whole convention with the wildest enthusiasm and the convention adjourned. The Council meets. The Council the Iris in National league met tonight. . A b. Wallace new Yark. Was elected Tempo rare chairman. It resolved that president Sullivan submit the names seven the Delegate As an executive committee such Asne feels will work Well for the cause the league. Senator James g. Fair was added As a member the Council from Nevada the following executive committee was selected Rev. P. A. Mckenna . W. B. Wallace new York m. A Gannon Iowa j. G. Donnelly Wisconsin 4ohn f. Armstrong Georgia James Reynolds Connecticut und James g. Fair Nevada. Alexander Bull Ivad. Since today a convention one the most prominent irishmen in the world is thirty five years old. And was born in Maine. Hest Moed the state Michigan for the constitutional amendment giving negroes the right suffrage and was an Active Aho Luion it he was a until 1�t2, when being a Strong Friend Greeley he supported the ii Cral movement and has since been a Democrat. To studied Law with Algernon 9. Sullivan new York and has been for a number years in Success jul practice in Chicago. He is a partner Uon Griesman John j. Finnerty. that City. Chicago april 27.�?a Washington dispatch say Quot Liere i Good authority for the statement that the government has sent secret ser Vic detectives to Philadelphia. This is taken As an indication that England has called the at Teunion the government to the matter that the state department expects a communication from the British Ury eng it r sentenced the accused to be Hong by the unti dead the murderer turned to an attendant and said Quot did the old fellow think i wa�?~5 going to be Hung by the what Little he condescended to Tell his past history has created the belief that Henry let a Boson is a Man who had he wished might have won a better Fate. He is forty six Vears old and speak fluently French italian latin spa Nash portuguese and eur Glyph. He Basa High Well developed forehead disfigured the left Sido by a scar two inches Long Mje. He says by a rebel Saber in 1862. Ii is left wrist is tattooed the Back with two trl coloured French Flag with crossed Statnis and an Anchor with a coiled Cable. He has also a Saber Siar across the Knut Kles his right hand. De to sifts Ste Tea that his Mother was a Portu Guech and his lather a Frenchman. The murderer was born in Portugal Aud educated at King Henry in. College Paris for toe Priesthood. After a two years stay at the College he ran away to America having decided to become an Episcopalian. He declares that _ when he arrived in this country fun took up his residence in Philadelphia. He abandoned ail thoughts Theodozy but declines to state Fiat Busl nest. If any be engaged the kind a girl to got men Luto Trot Blo. \ Chicago april 27.�?a slender and deflect Young Toan in a suit Green was Fiu cd 67 and Cost by Justice Mech Ulris morning for assault and Battery. Alexander fort cons is his name. Jjo by tue Kitty Quot Porteous tool a it Othia in and chastised Henry Meu Elbar a Young lawyer in his office. The trouble was ail about a kiss. the Day before Tho co hiding took place a Young lady called at Meiselbar a office and tried to sell him a Book poems. Meiselbar was t fond poetry but like i Young la it lies. So to listened for an hour while Liis visitor recounted the Story her trouble Quot. At last he concluded that the Young lady wanted sympathy so he kissed her. Having kissed her onco she lifted her Mouth enticingly and Hekt Jed her Atria. The Foung lady went away in tear declaring that there a trouble in store for him. Next Day the trouble came in the form a cowhide wielded by the Young Man in the Green suit with Tho above result. Bu81ne88 failures. Fremont o., jewellers. Cleveland april 27.�?cross 4 Brothers jewellers Fremont made an assignment this morn lug to Horace Buckla Iid. The liabilities and assets arc not known. Thev had been in Bulnes for Twenty three years at Niles Mahoning county. Bather decent sort burglar. Chicago april 27.�?two masked burglars entered the residence h. Ervine at rid gland a suburb Early this morning and covered Ervine and his wife with revolvers while they leisurely ransacked the premises securing two watches and 6123. Ervine says he kept up a pleasant running conversation with them White they were engaged in their work and thinks the whole they were very decent sort Fellows at his special request they left several Airt Lyles to which he attaches considerable associative value and his Assurance that there was nothing Worth a Tealing except a couple babies in a certain room they refrained from entering it for fear they would awaken and frighten them. He abandoned ail thoughts Pheoh Rii i he Leyor the Hudson River and the Champlain Cilev feud Lac Vii Tofu muoiiav94 t a a a a a a a tit in. Last july be assert he left in Iladel la in a yacht and reached Essex a Way be Quot i t anal. He had intended to cruise wherever his toc ligation led him but to use his own words Quot the pretty face Betsy Wells captivated me and 1 cast Anchor never to Coll the world my Home the Man claims that he was under Flenience death in Paris for having been found with american in his Possession. He has communicated with the French Consul in this Cou Virv a a Hoe arrested for the murder his Ife. The Consul wrote him that if he was innocent he would help him. This ended toe correspondence. Columbus Ireland the jul diary be a creature Aud part the exec Uwe and is appointed exclusively from the a Nevalea the people. In England the Raoul stray is chosen without regard to Creed. In Ireland 97 per cent the Mog Latraves Batuik jurisdiction Over the Peoples Liberty Are selected from a Creed rejected by 79 per cent the people and a detest am spirit religious bigotry is thus less Allied Aud Perpet Ollyn Gilworth at a. G. Frame a procedure to test the Scott mar Derwae attempt. Columbus april 27.�?a Republican caucus woe held at the Neil House by which a Mode procedure to test the Scott tax Law was agreed upon. In conformity therewith attorney general hol Lingsworth today filed in the supreme court a motion for a writ mandamus to compel county attorney a. G. Frame Athens county to publish the notice prescribed by the Law be having refused ter the purpose this suit. The style the Case is the state Ohio the relation David a. Houi Torney general plaintiff is auditor Aireus county. A murderous affray occurred Here today in which a coloured Man undertook to kill Bis wife and then to destroy himself. He inflicted some serious wounds but feile a in his purpose. Tha new commander the Barracks. Colonel a t. Townsend arrived Here today from Dakota territory where he has been stationed. He takes immediate command. Colonel Mason the present commander is transferred to it. Buxom. Conte Felters caught. A Incavoo april 27.�?d. D. Dean and John m Hale were before commissioner Hoyne today charged with being Coutue reiters. They were held in 62, Bonds each. When arrested a Large number counterfeit a Over Dollar half dollars and quarters were found in their session beside Dies and other godot Erx iting material. Tar markets Grain and provisions at Chicago new York stocks and Money. Chicago april 27.�?the markets a change were Active but the feeling was feverish and values for most articles were unsettled. Wheat was adversely at the opening by the Fine weather and an Early Deq june a Lac was accepted by Sellers but the decline brought a Good demand to cover shorts and prices imme i Stiely rallied in again fell to the lowest Price and fluctuated rapidly. The bulls showed a Strong opposition to every Elbrt to Force a decline Ano the Market finally closed at 1 . At a it 4c under the highest prices. 7-Corn was weak la the opening and declined me but the receipt were very Small and although there was apparently but Little demand to fill order prices advanced a i a la and closed at a Shade below the Ouide figures the session. Gats were weak lower Aud unsettled declined seller May and Kaivion the Long Opolous but rallied la go and closed at i . At a under the highest prices the Pess Ion. The increased Supply hogs during the past few Dave seemed to Nave checked buying orders for product from the outside. The local Trade Albo appeared to have withdrawn for tue present and the provision Trade was Dull. Mess pork receded 20c per barrel end sales were slow but prices closed 10@l5c Over the lowest figure. ,. Lard was less Active and feeling quiet do clued a Shade at the opening but rallied Ion 12>ic per 100 pounds and closed steady. Dry salted meats were quiet and Short ribs a Shade lower and closed quiet the flour Market remained quiet and Anchan gel the demand being fair from local a towers and Bakers and stocks moderate and prices anchang., the markets closed As follows the afternoon Call Board wheal regular 61 april �?�1 i May 61 13 june l-14>g july b 10 August la 09 sept inner 61 07 year. Com higher for May easier for july a he april. 5 May. 57 june 68v, july 59>4c. August Oats weaker 34cj april 40>ic, May 4lhc. June 41ift july Aufa to 33c, year. Rye lower Mey Une. Flaxseed lower at 6146. Barley. 60c for no. 3. Mess pork steady 119 12h. May 19 35, june 619 55, july 19 �6, August 117 12%, year. Lard weaker 611 62, Mav 611 72�4 june 611 �5, july his August full 75, september 610 75, year. 8hort ribs quiet and steady 10 30c, May 10.4ik, june 10.60c, july. Whisky 61 16. C aule. Re cents were4,4005.542 shipped new Ket Active and prices Weir supported Choice to fancy heavy steers. >1 45 65 extra do. 66 25� 16 44 Good shipping steers 66 10�6 20 Loir it drum steers 65 75 hogs receipts i4.r>00 shipments 4,968 Market Active and prices about 5c higher but the to Cli Arjes f. Klag is Liberty. St. Louis april 27.�?at 1 clock this afternoon Charles f. Krong the murderer Dora released bail after eight years confine meet to jail. He looked like a Man in the last stage . In the courtroom his Bondsmen. Colonel in Ratt Barnum a hotel. Thomas e. Pric and l. D. Seward Krong s attorney signed Tho Bond. He held the hands his Bondsmen Long and tried to make them in a crated his appreciation their help. A Carriage was awaiting him at the door to convey him to St. Johns , where he 1� to be treated until he is Able to go to his father s House. A mysterious . Fort Bcott kan., april 27.�?a Butcher named Schultze living at Godfrey about five Miles from this Cit is mysteriously missing. Satur Dav he was in the City and sold a number hides leaving about dark for his Home. His team and Wagon reached Home about 9 p. M., but Bhul Tzc not with them. A search Lloyte a copy Wesit a plot Ursa a decors tire Mlat aks. The drop curtain for tic dramatic festival stage arrived thursday and was placed to position late thursday night As the Reader tiie news have been Ufort Jird by Telegraph the picture is a copy is Osofs famous painting regains leaving Rome to return to Cartha regulus is about a it Eai Baric a a what he and a others suppose is his fatal journey. The scene i in a portico the balts Oje the tiber and Jost beyond its columns the trireme is dimly seen with the oarsmen ready to put off. Regulo course is the Central Rug a the a Letite and Ped the roman import in them., the right. A Bun april 27.�?a Printer named Gibney arrested Here for connection with conspiracy to murder was arraigned today together with Eugene Kingston who was arrested recently in Liverpool a charge conspiracy to murder Fooie a fenian neuter who had turned informer against them. The Man Devine who was arrested at the time the affray in Abbey Street when detective Cox Wax my ordered and who to Rcd informer was called to testify against the prisoners. Devine swore he was a fenian stated that several fenian among whom were Sullivan the auctioneer Doher Street who has been imprisoned As a ads pct and a Man named Boland Tscherter condemned Fooie to death and had ordered the prisoner Kingston to carry out the sentence. He intent soued several fenian among whom was Sullivan an auctioneer Dozier Street who was imprisoned As a suspect. The society which the prison cars were members had de Cidell upon the murder detective Cox and in Inge Lawn. It had plotted to destroy by dynamite the House in which Tho Fawn witnesses were Iod Gitl. And bad murdered Tho informers Kenney and Bailey. The prisoner were remanded for a Wiick. Eight warranty for the arrest men have been issued in t Oase Quence the revelations made by Devin. The trial Michael Fagan for the murder . Burko was continued this morning the Case for the do Cdr having closed. Judge Brien charged the jury. Itis remarks were to the feet that the testimony Given by the a no orm a Ornst the had been fully confirmed by that other witness the judge having finished Bis Ehn rce the jury retired. After a Short Dei . They returned and announced they had found a verdict guilty against the prisoner to facing asked if he had anything to say Why shiite Nice should not be , Fagan Proto eted his innocence. He declared a he to a fenian should die one. The judge then sentenced him to be hanged Mav is Limerick. April 27.�?the investigation the fourteen men arrested in Tho county Claro charged with conspiracy to murder was a gun at Ennis today. An sex convict join Turbridy was the principal wit Noas. He testified that As a stranger he had attended several meetings in Ennis whose object was the formation societies for the purpose murdering Landau ads. Bailiff and All officers sent to interfere with the land i Jeonne programme. He swears that meetings were made possible by the assistance the land league Lea hers by whom Money for the Necez Isary expenses was furnished. The men under arrest vre All Oompaul tevely Well to do Farmers tradesmen Cirks and have always bees men probity and reputation so that they can be hardly convicted convict testimony alone. Their co unwed did much to break the value a evidence by pressing him closely the Crous examination As to toe times places and circumstance the meetings which he claimed to have attended. His answers were not entirely Antis factory and counsel for the Crow a objected to the examination in that direction claiming the proceedings were Only Prell Manury. Liverpool april 27.-Herlihy and Kennedy alias Feathe atone who wore brought Here from Cork were arraigned this morning Craig de with having been engaged in a dynamite conspiracy. They were remanded for a week. _ the Wimbledon shoot. London. April 27.�?th programme for the Rifle shooting at Tho annual meeting the National Rifle association at Wimbledon includes two Competition which have been instituted As a compliment to the american National guard they Are for military rifles at 500 and �?~200 Yard respectively. Inc match at the latter Range has been named after coi Orrel Ike line. Thirty two prizes will be offered in each Competition. Ranging from �10 to �1. It is Esperte Ltd that the Prince Wales will distribute the Prises to the victors. _ the Berlin cab men a strike. Berun april 27.�?the strike the Cabman around him Are Grouf him to remain with inem in toe a tit sep Ara cd from her huk fond sits the wife with her ebied. She is cringing before the a cup grief she Sci self Foels and to Tern Beroz sni and sterner Honor the Musja who to embrace her became he is to a cued to Autino minious death and is there Quot Ore unworthy her Caria see. The Svenla artist . Fenry e. followed the excellent engr Vlug tins picture which served him As a design very faithfully. To has Host Over Given a Orne effects which Are purely decorative and which do not appear in the orig naj such u the painting a Green velvet drapery whips Well with a lower fold yellow latin that fall gracefully Over the top Oftle palming. The however a merely done for Toa a Tege Cire t giving the curtain a More Curreia Ike appearance. In some Tho More Proso Yuent figures . Hoyt has undo Tokea to softer the harshness that would to too great in the enlarged the picture. In Sompol the prominent i Huiai his drawing is not goo<1, acid a it Fer As could a told by the imperfect Ligpit in the House wimm the curtain was Hung the Glare the footing he will be too Brill tent for the lower part to curtain which should be and was evidently Ito Tead cd by the artist to be subdued and in Shadow. But Imp the other so tool own parts the painting i its indicated portions the effect is exceedingly Good. The it genre Regulas Hima Elt Strong Aud Well a Eluted. Altogether the Tiemen interested in the festival Are Well fied with the car talk. It May be said Emps san that it is a mls Uke to put figures Lato drop curtain. It should be decorative and restful merely. the chief Onia. Afton Zanecc few a pictures sichts ate Given Durinik the Progress any play the mind and they alike require a period Repsec. Action should not be suggested. A harmonious bit coir i always More Wilien constantly in Riser Tolian even a brilliantly drawn picture ref Quot Tutins Active life. The latter if ski Aust require a Cert tin amount study is interested attention while theft list has simply the Cal being eff cd to a Beautiful Sunset. In to theater the drama should exercise the the Nihil a Lua lilies the curtain should be the pc Cefel und scape that intervenes after a excited Day. It should Pai try Jmst As die that is Aeyai Between the a cts should do. Dramatic festival note. It was reported Good authority among tour atrial circles last evening that Mii Mary a Derson Lead Noti ted the rn�b3tfrers the festival that she would not play to it cd Den Iona in the to performances the reason give ass was that he had never played the part and was Unn Ilung to is Sumer so important a Esok ter for the first time before such an expect fetid audience As would be Here assembled. Was ins Tuu Aud resulted in finding Shultze s hat and Ineffie trandum Book the open Prairie a a out half Way Between this City and hts Home. Has been seen the missing Man since did a Large bus iii s peddling meat and is believed to have had considerable Money when be disappeared. The glanders in Illinois. A Kingfield iix., april 27.�?the investigation into the existence glanders in Perry county ordered by the state Board health i Veals the existence a number cases in toat and the adjoining county Jackson. . Paaron the state veterinarian returned from do Quoin this Kiln. He found four glad Ducrea horses farms Paradise Prairie near do Quoin and ordered them shot. Eight others have been put in quarantine Aud thorough disinfection ordered All the suspected premises. Reports Are received a similar disease in Peoria county bos been temporarily suspended needed ii the Driver have not succeeded la getting their demands satisfied but have resumed work for the time in consideration certain concessions which have been concurred in. The Newmarket races. Lotion april27.�?.at the Newmarket Spring meeting today the race for 1,000 guineas Stokes for three year Olds was won by .3 j. Lefevree a hauteur count f. De lag Ranee a Mali ran second sir j. D. A Sueyo a Lovely third. French a cycles Ian tical salaries. Peri april 27.�?the cot incl state has decided that the gov emment has Power to Stop the salaries All clergymen even thoe the Bishops obituary. Obtaining Miles by Frand. St. Louts april 27.�?this morning officer Badger this City arrived at the Union depot having in custody John b. Dennis who was arrested in Lancaster county po., and is wonted in this City to answer a charge fraud now standing against him in the court criminal correction. Dennis is charged by . T. B. Grant Renick Mon a with burning a drove Wei ii four mule a bogus Check and thereby defrauding the Conni Winant out 18.248. The Dos party. St. Louis april 27,-th Diaz party. Including general Diaz wife and son. Senator Elia Ero Rubio wife and daughter. . Leciago wife and son Schor Jose Rascon Benor. D. Rafael Cousal Herr d. Andres Gutt. Senor f. Masae u. 8. Marshal Pitkin and f. H. Taylor new York artist and correspondent arrived in 8t. Louis at 6 30 this morning and departed for new Orleans via the Cairo Short line. An it Tormos heart. Wax Hejl Masa. April 27.�?at a recent an top a Over the remain a Man in the town Ual Laposea. . F. F. Marto Wareham took out the heart which Raca aured fifteen inches in Tieu Merence Niue and a Quarter inches in this i to Hergest human a heart Ever exhibited. Tei a. And weighed forty for ounces. A Kotob Ous Chicago . Pm Coo april 27.�?dr. George Kellogg vrho was under 65,<k 0 bail awaiting trial an indictment charging him with procuring abortions at mrs. Vannornum s Center Avenue lying in establishment which was broken no by the police last december died this morning at his residence. The cause his death was pen Monta. He has worried Over the trouble in which he was involved and his health became much impaired. His history was eventful and full Romance. The Case against him which has been delayed for several months was about to result favourably for him because two principal witnesses had been spirited away. They wer pretty Young ladle and while being held witnesses were allowed the Freedom the hotel and two officials fell in love with them and they All eloped. Kex mayor Thomas cd Kukland. Cleveland o., april 27.�?ephraim Thomas sex mayor this Eity died this morning Ster an illness is viral. Month. A Waku. Knows Milkau Oksan. Milia Kukk. April 27.�?joseph r. Berth elector. A Well known and prominent Eit Isen died this morning. Terrible whipping in morphs to girl forr Worth tex., april 27.�?albert Jolly and his Wile were today arrested for brutally whip Ping a Lutia orphan girl Lucy Rolmes eight years old. A co wild was used and the would inflicted were terrible. The blow the poor girls lags cot to Roab the flesh to toe Anderson however a a ambitious yes indy and whether not she has made ibis decision. To tied we other if she Baa made reason Given is the True one. Remain to by i the w Ork . Joseph Cronia the sculptor who has designed the Sia Tuart for the Stags Ato no the dramatic festival has it Icen sex eel Teut. It is to be coated however that . Trouin a work will not a boar so Well the step As it did in the modelling but for this feet to artist in not responsible. He can not per Ink the shrinking the papier mache in Wutoh form his work finally appears. Jul the vary Laie designs he has made h pm Lakin the greatest care to prevent this Shripsa age and in the sixteen hands High horse peas plied week More ago to show the Bones has surpassed that the Esse Fei Lerate mule. There Are two three Nasr horses however lying about in is Tiona whoa in Lar air present state might be described Asaf the Quot Calico Breed and which will doubt ska take the shape and color Well regulated a a blk snit a. Lam sideling that it was Quot hard cry a weekly Jour a Ivill Zalloni Quot and uie Hora Maitias a and All that sort thing it was rather Singi Ilar that harpers to weekly should have presented a enlightened Western Publio Wito a pictorial representation the Progress the preparations for the dramatic festival in which was a capital Blunder. The picture which repro seated the labor the artist upon the a proper Tiea was actually Given the artiste at work upon the ?�?~8cencry.&Quot is there none among the capt to writers harpers weekly who knows Thedla Ferince Between Quot properties Quot and Quot Sce Swyt uld Noth in another it wot . Lac been Wurth speak Ting . G. H. Buhrman the third Street photog a Ker has Token a most excellent picture to Scenic artists and other gentlemen Coupe Tod with Tho preparatory Twork the festival Uliey Are a round before one . Harley merry s Quot islamic to scones. Every face is Ali to dict and Strong. The Scenic artists Are at work two a Moi is Quot drops Quot Fon me. Alkerry is painting an in galah Street scene ao4 . Meader a finishing off an Interior. There is yet much mechanical work to a done but . Wang a Ara that it will All be completed in time. Ii think there will by a trouble in managing the stage solar astir scenery is concerned. The intricate network1 ropes above the stage looks u the in initiated a though it would take a Seaman s Educ atom to learn which rope runs which piece scenery. Baseball. The Cincinnati will play the ant Lundeb this Oit Moon. The game will to decidedly is Terc sting and novel. Inasmuch As to to pitchers White Mccormick and Dengl will each pitch three innit is and then retire. Tito Anthracite will present a new Pitcher lot with toe Philadelphia named Roberta wow is said Tobe quite a wizard with the sphere. The Ravens and Keaton who play this afternoon the grounds the latter. Cleveland v8. Allegheny. , april 27.�?eight Hundred Peorl witnessed toe first game the season today to it tween the Cleveland and All Henys a pretty Feir Gams was played. The Cleve Laatze seen two runs in the fifth. The Only run Thall Henys was made in the ninth inning nto score stood Cleveland 4 atle Henys l Ato other game will be played tomorrow. Anthracite is. Indiana pour. Indiana oui april 27.�?the Anthracite won the game today by Superior batting eight to six. The add play the two nines we Abent equal but the errors the Indian Apo nearly a fetal the Day was threaten and there was Only a Felt attendance. Karly morning fire. The alarm from Box 319 at 1 66 this to mag was caused by the burning Charles hot Ito Meytris too per shop in Harriet and Gest Tresta. The by tiling which is a Frame tract no we almost totally destroyed. The fire is in posed to have originated from Sparks from Tibet org Felling Tome shall oks. Loss 61,500. Bun Over by an big in. It. Louis april 27.ohn Crown fit Lovell aged sixteen was in a Eoal ear at to Toff depot in East St. Lone at 12 60 this morning. As it was being shifted by a Bridge Engin he is jostled out and in Over by the Engtom sad died Umstot Triy. He was i Way to fit and probably was a keep when he Tell to the 1 tick f

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