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The Cincinnati Weekly News (Newspaper) - April 11, 1883, Cincinnati, Ohio/ it tile weekly ,, april 11, 1883. It in we learn from authentic sources being Jenkinss thai the fashionable females new York headed by mrs. Vanderbilt the latest gilded gig society have thrown off All disguise and Are boldly fetching their servants out in full livery. Heretofore the badge servitude has been shamefaced and half made up. The Footman Coachman and Butler have heretofore been like Stephan in a Viola nth a a composite composition. From the head Down to the Waist they have been american citizens from that to the soles their Abo Eathy have been Lackey european Best society get up. Under the influence the ferry born and locomotive steal family lately bursting Forth in a Hall unrivalled splendor wig society new York has attacked the legs the domestics and boldly pushed the trousers inside the boots. Now the serving Man is All Lackey the Best european get up course cynical people sneer and the fierce democracy howls out what care the fair Damkaln their Silken surroundings for to Long As the sneers do not Ema aristocrats and eggs breeches silk Stockli ii a so precious ill Down be Nate from european met the democracy refrains from an Active circulation geological specimens made odious by dead cats and decayed sneers and howls Are harmless. It it is however from the first mentioned last that danger is apprehended. We claim to lire under a Republic with democratic ways which mean respect for labor and Republican simplicity. Therefore it is somewhat inconsistent and absurd to be aping the manners and customs old monarchies where the aristocracy is Well Bora through Many generations and look Down labor As something degraded and disgusting. Therefore when mrs. William h. Vanderbilt puts her servants in full european livery gorgeous a was a court cos Salvad Stom ached variety and a f Sinen picket under each earn writes Jen coins the european aristocrat lifts his indicate Evo brows in wonderment and wants to know not what meats this mrs. W. Al has fed but what it All signifies mrs. W. 11. Being a Republican under the great Republic. If the Republic having abolished titles consequently abolished the flunked for the flunked can not exist without the aristocrat no More than the aristocrat can breathe without the flunked. Then again there is no european foundation for the Gay structures Here and therefore no significance attaches. When across the briny deep we encounter this gorgeous creature in breeches and silk stockings we know that a delicate creature is near Rich and Well born through Many generation and therein lies his her Quality. He she May be As homely As our Able and eloquent Durbin Ward and As stupid As the handsome Hon. Pig Iron and yet is he she through Ages specimen aristocrat and bump his free born Skull upon the floor in Humble have these Sun bursting Ball making Vanderbilt to offer in that direction an origin the immediate yesterday and As a flunked would say very Humble and not the most honest the paternal progenitor fancy Sun bursts worked a ferry a cd the female author their existence Bent her aristocratic Back Overa Bra Hnz a. Now we find nothing objectionable in the if Enfin provided a the Hook nosed Puller at the oars did not overcharge give false change. Nor do we shrink from the crash tub. We Are Only looking at the subject through the eyes the foreign Home flunked and considering the inconsistency it from that standpoint. It is fro m that standpoint we see a difficulty in another direction. Not Only has John Thomas bloomed out a full fledged Lackey but Jenkins tells us that a a heraldic frenzy has broken out Carriage doors have suddenly blossomed out in Bright colors red and Blue and Gree Lona my Pant eagles Fiat Pant and Fields Argent with battled Gules and All sorts we done to know what 1 that Means and we doubt whether Jenkins does but it must be awkward for the blossoming and Sun bursting Vanderbilt. A ferry boat Anil a Wash Concha to with clothes pins Flap Pant a Field Blanchat would rather startle the heraldic College. A per Ana Billy will escape by purchasing a coat arms ready made and pay for with watered stocks. Looked at from other eyes than those the flunked there is nothing in it All to create Surprise cause contempt. We have a theory a doctrine a principle what you will which teaches that All Hon est labor is honorable. We got to this through the fact that we ally Good bad and indifferent came from an Humble class european labourers. We assert Lis Bec Aiho certain evil speaking people claim that some us Are the descendants escaped convicts and this is More disagreeable than an origin in toil. A Well if All honest labor is honorable cheerfully judge if i had it a responded the youth As Well As he could for laughter. Ell a said the wrathful attorney a open that door for me and ill take the Wash at this the Young fellow who thought the fun had gone far enough and wished to avoid a Shower Flat Irons about his american head said a you mistake him judge. The Wash is a Dollar and eight cent. They i press that by saying a Dollar a a Well in be been offering the fool a Dollar a the did not county he Only heard your it a respecting the Twenty cents which he would not entertain for a a then there a your Money a cried the 8am counted it eagerly. 11 Lite a he exclaimed and following the j Edge to the door he eagerly asked a you satisfy i am satisfied you Are an infernal fool a Wrath fully responded our Friend. A i fool. 1 big fool. 1 satisfy. You satisfy. Cd vim again a was same a valedictory As he smiled the Bland smile immortalized by Bret Harte. It Down putt. The wily wizzard wins <3 Vignaux vanquished balk Lins 0 and Sci aka. Amnion. Four thousand people water the Glos tag contest the Chicago billiard tournament Chicago april 3.�?the fourteenth contest in the great balk line billiard tournament occurred this afternoon Between Lon Morris Chicago and Joseph Dion new York before a very Small audience and was won by the former with ease the score being Morris 600 Dion 870. The score by innings was As follows morris�?7, 35, 2, 3, 0, 21, 4, 8. 4, 2, 0, 38, 0, 15, 26. 7. 0, 65, 5, 22, 64, 4, 49, 22, 11, 9, 1, 16, 9, 10, 101, 7, 12, 0, 0, 20, 3, 2, 5, 1-total, 600. Sporting intelligence canoes and the delights noe1ng�?summer meeting billiard tournament stray mond gossip and news. Billiards. The Chicago tournament As far As the first prize is concerned closed Friday night by the game Between Doha Ferand Vignaux the result which placed Schaefer in the Lead. The Touras Bulit has Given Rise to some Good bad nay people this country. Indifferent play but has resulted Satt Facto the appended schedule Ata uding the players including the game Between Schaefer and Vignaux a a x contestants. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Vignaux Sexton. Daly Morris. Dion a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 1 1 a a a a a a. 1 1 a a a a a 1 1 1 i a a i i i a a i i i i i dion�?0, 2. 4,1, 21, 8, 2, 25,1,4,1,1,1,10. 103, 2, 1. U. 19, 22, 0, 19. 3, 1, 3, 8, 0, 1,1, 82, 65, 0,4, 10, 0, 7,13, 45, 6�?1total, 370. The evening contest Between Maurice Daly and Jacob Schaefer was witnessed by the usual Large and enthusiastic audience and the i it Art the Winner Schaefer was the most Brilliant the series the wizard exhibiting his couple tee ont Rol the balls. Score by innings schaefer�?31, 8, 10, 0, 20, 3i. 17. 1, 0, 2, 12, 1,151, 3, 51.0, 0, 8, 159, 0, 6. 91 total 600. Daly�?0, 6, 5.1.12, h. 0,0, 25, 38,61,47,8, 5,0,0, 1,1,0, 10, 7�?total, 241. Chicago april 4. The sixteenth contest the International balk line billiard tournament at Central music Hall was witnessed by a Small audience this afternoon Between we Sexton a get new York and Thoa. Wallace Chicago and was won by the former in two hours and fifty minutes the score closing with Sexton 600, Wallace 407. The game was remarkable for its tediousness the Winner failing to count in Nineteen innings and the loser scoring nothing in seventeen separate innings. Wallace has now played his six games and lost them All. This evening the seventeenth contest Between Alonzo Morris and Maurice Vignaux waa witnessed by a inn a audience and was an interesting game throughout. Both men were in Good form and their execution showed to Good advantage. The Chicago Man assumed the Lead for half an hour but the Frenchman soon his inspiration and Niter a wonderful position play ran the game out in the nineteenth inning with a grand spurt 246 that he is powerless and he has repeatedly said that he awaits instructions from Washington City. We Appeal to our follow citizens in the United states and ask them to assist us in obtaining a trial. We again assert our entire innocence and Only ask for Justice. We court Ana solicit the most thorough examination invest i Wash is Oton a a april 6.�?the letter addressed to the editor the world new York by seven americans who have been lying in prison Panama without trial for several weeks criminal charge caused a great stir hero at the department state. The following information was obtained when the condition these men was brought to the attention this government the state department immediately instructed the american counsel at pm take speedy action in the direction an immediate trial for the accused. Correspondence passed up Oid the subject without securing the desired result but a recent dispatch from the Consul says that although he has heretofore been unable to procure a trial for the Prepon Era he now believes that his efforts Are about be crowned with Success and that the imprisoned men will he brought into court and Given an Opportunity to establish their innocence. The latter Day saints reunion in the old Temple . A a a at Kirtland Ohio. They seek the renew Brigham its apostasy Terly Deno need. M England arrested Comer Ormund medical London april 5.�?the Man first last night near Fleet Street had rooms Southampton Street the strand giving the name and stating that he was a student. Subsequently he said that his Correct name was Norman the first Igou iry for the rooms was made by an elderly Mao the i explosive waa taken to normans lodgings by a person rakish appearance. It is believed that both this individual and Tho elderly Man have been identified in the persons arrested at Lambeth. One these men bad in his pockets and sewn up in his clothing a Large ram Money a portion which was american coins. One the 4 Lambeth prisoners had secured lodging in the name it it Wilson. His movements excited so much suspicion that he left yesterday saying it was his intention to go to Wolverhampton. When he returned at noon today he was surprised to find five detectives awaiting him. Norman undoubtedly came direct from Birmingham. The place where he was a Topping was just Over the office where is printed the court circular. The fourth arrest the Day was t Dalton. He came from the United Kirtland o., april 6.�?the Road from Willoughby to Kirtland was Muddy today and rain fell during the entire Forenoon. Many delegates to the mormon reunion and the Day paints conference arrived in the morning from the East and West. Owing to the preparations hot being completed the reunion did not open in the old Temple at 10 clock As expected. The Little meeting House the Village across the Street was crowded however when it was announced that there would be preach-Iff., toy Rev. Q. E. Debts Glen Wood la. He in a Short thick set Man having the appearance being a Village Black Smith. He wears a medium Long Grey Beard Basan excited ranting Way speaking throwing his hand Over his head and shouting at the top his voice. While talking his face reddens to an alarming extent and tears Roll Down is Gymn. On opening his address he pushed up hts sleeves and said a was latter Day saints we Are looked upon As foolish by other religious de because we Worsnip god magnificent Tai in greeted with rounds applause. Ago found at the rooms record is now the Best. Morris score 5 Chicago april 5. A balk line to i Eon test canoeing. The canoeing season is at Tail and already Baa Ttoe ardent canoeist brought Kie boat into the parlor and the varnishing her in Hope making her deck Aulne in rivalry with the piano has filled his private room with spars mid sails and the various bags and smaller traps which Are the appurtenances every cruising Canoe. The Man who Lias never yet owned a Canoe but who intends to prove his repentance next summer is studying the advertisement different boat builders each one whom builds the Only Canoe Worth having. Already have the a new for the summer months been planned with much study maps and timetables. Canoeing the water Doe not fairly begin until May but a vast Deal delightful canoeing is now in Progress dry land. For after All canoeists Are divided As to what affords the most pleasure actual cruising a a monkeying a As scientific men would say with canoes under shelter. Either the Birch bark Craft the american Indian is not a Canoe the Craft the civilized canoeist is not a Canoe. The two have Little in common. One May paddle in a Birch even cruise in her. But no Man can properly pretend to Canoe in a Birch. The Birch is an open boat and the Canoe is decked. They Are As far apart As a Rowboat and an English Cutter yacht. The real progenitor the Canoe is not the Leaky Mwau but the sea worthy a kayak the Greenlander in fact the Canoe is Only the kayak improved by civilized Man and that it is not related to the Birch is the first lesson that must be impressed upon every Man who shows a disposition to learn something about Canoe it was about ten years ago that the first Canoe was built in this country at the time Macgregor dad male his last extended cruise. The sport saw slowly and it was not until the american Noe association was formed three years ago at Lake George that it became really popular. At the first Lake George meeting thirty canoes were present at the second sixty and at the last 130. Next summer the association will at Stony Lake near Teterboro ont., and at last too carve its Are expected. The True object for which the Canoe is built can be obstacle so Strong that she will Bear the rough work running shallow rapids so seaworthy that she can Brave the rough Waters Large lakes so commodious that her owner can sleep Board her and carry plenty stores and so Beautiful that every stranger will Admire her and be proud to Aid the lofty purposes the canoeist. Of course if the weight the Canoe is increased by building her More than fourteen fifteen feet Long by providing her with a heavy Center Board if she is built so Light As to Tot too weak for the May be required her during a cruise she is a failure. No Canoe which is not fit for cruising is a True Canoe. She May be a Good Sailboat a Good but she is not a Good a canoeists Are lights cancel canned has never 1 i v de. But pleasant As Canoe ing May be those who look upon it As a pleas utterly to grasp championship Between Jacob Schaefer and Jor Septa Dion waa witnessed by an audience larger than usual for an afternoon exhibition. The friends and admirers each player were out in Force the enthusiasm was marked and both men were in form and were seen at their Best advantage. During the first half hour in four innings Schaefer made one run 94, and his opponent a Beautiful spurt 59. At the close the fifteenth inning the wizard closed the game with a magnificent play scoring 600 Points with the phenomenal average 40, a record altogether unparalleled in the balk line game. This strengthened Schaefer in betting circles and 1u0 but 90 is freely my. Jhu a a Fri. By feed this evening in his favor for the Grea score innings Haef Vignaux. Schaefer�?0, 94, 0f 0f a 101, 21�?total, 600. Dion�?69, 9, 2, 12, 1, 6. 1, 53, 6, 41, 5, 30, 21, 2�? total 248. My a Vignaux has been in constant practice during the Day and tonight he appears so confident and in such Fine Torra that betting is now $100 to 190 in his favor for the great game with Schaefer tomorrow Fri Cut. The nineteenth contest Maurice Daly Ator we. Sex i devoid special interest the Rainy weather kept away the usual Large audience and Only about l�0u0 people attended. The betting before the game had been in favor Sexton and his backers were disappointed when Daly assumed the Lead from the opening and held it with ease. Sexton seemed somewhat unnerved and resorted often to the use the Bridge and in the fourteenth inning jumped his bail off the table. The usual enthusiasm the audience was depressed by the apathy Sexton while Daly appeared never in better form and played Strong for position executing some noteworthy Bank and double reverse English shots. The game dragged along until after 11 clock and closed with Daly the Winner. Score toy innings sexton�?0,1. 0, 84, 3, 1,0, 0, 2, 2, 5.0. 8, 0, 84, 1, 3, 0, 8.2,0, 6. 24, �,0, 73, 0, 0, 1, 17, 1, 0,14, 1, 1, 0, 85, 4,14, 3. 0, 8,1�?total. 337 daly�?9.13.17. 17. 2. 44�1, 1, 3, 0, 9, 2, 7, 0, 5, 58, 0.1,8, 6, 2,1,14,1, 0. 7�?total600, 40 % 0. 0, 0, 66, go 7, 0, 8, 0, 0, 46, 0, 13, 0, 89, 3, will Ade so Light that she Gay the canoeist. And Daly in the afternoon and in the evening the great contest and close the tournament Between Vignaux and Schaefer. A a a Quot Juipi. Chicano april amp a the twentieth contesting the balk line billiard tournament occurred this afternoon Between Joseph Dion and Maurice Daly and was won by the latter. Daly 600 Dion 540. Daly passed to the front in the second inning and held the Lead until the close exhibiting some Superior position play. A foul was allowed against each Man during the game for failure to move the object balls outside the balk Linee. Score by mining i Dion 21. 8, 3. 39,1, 2, 13, 20, 22, 0, 6, 0,1, 5,1,1, 3. 2, 58, 84, 0, 2,37, 26, 89, 15, 1,1, 4,6, 0,101, 0, the �0i�p�ki� log Twa inert the Soldier Why should any one shrink from the badge service the Footman Coachman and Butler being honest Fellows engaged in an honest Industry Why should they he lathes which indicate the calling the Soldier is proud his uniform Why should not the Footman take Pride in a is Oscar Wilde get up f the fact is. Thus the sneers and the howls rather indicate the very contempt the demonstration is meant to de ounce. We Are socially ashamed labor. Politically we May boast being sons toil and children Horny handed tillers the Earth. But in the parlor and off the stump we Are not so proud a fit. The Only significance we see in this innovation is that having through an infamous system class legislation built up very class that feeds toeing is an Edu Catlan held urea a Mere such it should be held in the utmost reverence. The life the canoeist is one Long course study. He never exhausts fully masters canoeing. He May Canoe for years and die feel one perfect Rig de to find the Only perfect apron. A course he learns How to paddle and by degrees How to sail but paddling and sailing Are Only branches canoeing. He Arfst learn to be a boat builder for he May at any time have to repair his own Canoe himself. He must learn to be a sail maker for he will always be toying to make improvements in the Rig his Canoe. He must learn to Cooke in which science Are included the problems building a fire with wet Wood and finding provisions in a wilderness. He must learn geography with a minuteness with which Only the Man can learn it who personally explores streams which no boat except a Canoe has Ever floated. He must learn the Art running rapids and detecting at a glance where the Channel through them lies an Art which More than and other Art any known science develops decision character. He most learn that wet and cold and heat and Damp Are no Conse to. Suit a Quence and can even be made sources de without recompense upon the very poor Light. And above All he must learn to Bear making in a word that Ujj amp natural differ Voth the inf Limiti the canoeist who cruises that pro re. I in company with him and never to shirk his those that produce Ejen rightful turn duty in connection with scouring the firing . V. A where is the Best prot ing to be found one tiling and enjoy nothing and a class produces nothing while enjoying everything we hasten to ape the ways and introduce the abuse the Silken and indolent drones abroad. Weft Venzill fueling for the Vanderbilt we Are rather amused than otherwise. These painted peacocks have heir Moland the More important is found in their calling attention the people to usurpation and abuse in a Way that speech often fails to accomplish. As a a Tatum in a Public place holds More history for the popular mind than a thousand volumes so one flunked in silk stockings will do More to awaken the people to their lost rights than All the encroachments pro Section i Standard Oil / companies and monopolized corporations. A i when the people once i loss these poor creatures i Ery will be brushed away in a Nori Weater. Int and Liv a butterflies Ili Pense the is too Good to a Stofer is told at the e . D. Thew a Wright thai escape record. See Smy Iii-1 a the judge had breakfasted with a Friend and client at the St. Nicholas who was booked Forpe 1 . Train to new York. When the two separated the client requested his eminent attorney to please Send his receipt for a Wash at the Dingy cell with orders to have the Glori Lus. Lied course the Learned advocate the Law forgot All about the commission until leaving the courtroom and then it struck him that the Wash was yet at Sam keeps and the queer looking document Yel Law paper that resembled a scrap from a Tea Chew was in his pocket. To remedy pie forgetfulness he hurried Down Green bag in hand and presented the transcript from an obelisk to the Little chinaman. Produced hit a by. A How much a asked the judge responded Thel if the advocate took out his pocket t my where is the Best place to live. Canoeing lakes and Broad Rivers where there is room to sail and wind to sail with is Delight-�0 fast and dry Canoe equipped with foot steering gear the canoeist can sit Back at his ease and skim Over the water As idly As a woman rocks in her easy chair. Or it the Breeze is fresh he has the excitement sailing with the consciousness that a Little carelessness a single mistake will spill him into the Lake. But there Are those who hold that paddling a Canoe Down a narrow Stream where the branches interlock Over ones h had and give him Shade at Noonday is All kinds canoeing the most delicious. The Lake Cruiser has Little work to do and can keep reasonably dry but he does not see what the wet and hard worked Cruiser narrow streams sees every hour the Day. American canoeists Are mostly cruisers and they have the Opportunity to make longer cruises than Falls to the lot English canoeists. Or. Bishop s cruise from Troy to Florida and the cruise messes. Neide and Kendall from Lake George to Florida by Way the Ohio the Mississippi and the Gulf Are the longest Canoe cruises Reco r it i. A Ibi 1 horse notes. I the new Orleans times Democrat the 2d inst says pm last night the celebrated race horse creosote died consumption the stable w. B. Tto Slaton Lexington by at the fair grounds. Creosote was a Chestnut gelding five years old by Creedmore out Kate Mattingly. Last year he was in the Fleetwood stables at Lexington ky., when at the Spring meeting there he won the distillers stakes value $2.576, distance one and a Quarter mile in 2 09% fast time for the Lon Difton the track. Bena was the favor Ite. Creosote Aeling for almost nothing in the Field. Later at the Spring meeting at Louisville he lowered the 11-16 mile record to 1.48%. Byte in Morris to Archt him for 8 ,000.�?� the Brown Brood Mare Mollie Mccarty foaled 1873. By monday dam Hennie Farrow by Imp. Belshazzar the at the Santa 15, from what supposed to be Botts. On the 4th March she dropped a Bay filly by Rutherford which is alive and doing Well. Mollie Mccarty was one the Best race mares he Flar and was made famous in the great match against ten Broeck four mile heats won toy ten Broeck. Daly-6,67,1, 55, 22, 53, 3, 9,12, 0,1, 85, 0, 4. 0,1. 8, 20, 9,10, 2, 47, 6, 25,41, 6, 7, 3, 2, 18,5, 20, 38, 4, 5 a total 600. The record As far As completed is As follows games won Daly 4, Sexton 3, Morris 2, Dion 1. Games lost Daly 2, Sexton 3, Morris 4, Dion 5, Wallace 6. This gives third prize $500 to Daly the fourth $300 to Sexton and the fifth $200 to Morris. Jgr a m the Twenty first and concluding contest we witnessed this evening by 4,000 people in Central music Hall the auditorium and stage being fairly overflowing and 2,000 persons turned from the door enable to gain Entrance. It we the greatest game in the history modern billiards and an event at once Brilliant and Replete with excitement and interest. The experts Maurice Vignaux France and Jacob Schaeffer new York prepared for the notable encounter at seventeen minutes after 8 clock and were received with loud cheers. Both men appeared in Fine form although the Frenchman was slightly Pale. Each seemed determined to win the Victory. The betting during the Day had been $110 to $100 in favor Vignaux and about $30,000 had been staked the result the evenings game. Each Man had win five games and lost none during the tournament and the a struggle tonight was a Ito determine the Winner the first and second prizes $1,200 and $800 respectively the go old Emblem valued at $45q, denoting the championship the world going with the first prize to the Winner this evenings game. The Frenchman we attired in full evening dress while the German appeared at Ewe in a player s jacket. Schaefer won the Bank chose the spot Ball played and missed. Vignaux followed with a slow run a Flitt Schaefer with thirty eight and then the audience became so enthusiastic that applause was Liberal every few minutes. In the fourth inning the German executed a most difficult and Brilliant Masse. The Frenchman closed the filth inning with a magnificent spurt 139. This placed Vignaux in the Lead when Schaefer took the balls and added enough to this string to pass his opponent. The audience then became wild with excitement. Continuing lie played Strong for Ilion and exhibited several Beauty i Bank and Masse shots counting As rapidly As the Marker Charlie Mathews could e a l working the balls along the Side and around the end just outside the balk line he continued counting quickly and surely and not crossing the balk line until the second Hundred was turned a remarkable achievement. After the and unparalleled run 220 he missed an carom. The applause which followed this great run was Apony a ous and Long continued. The Frenchman showed Masse. Score standing at the end the sixth a mag Schaefer 299 Vignaux 192. Although the ennui the american Exchange and made no resistance when informed the errand the officers. Dalton was confined in the jail at Scotland Yard. There was no less a sensation in the House commons when these arrests were announced than elsewhere sir William Harcourt Homo Secretary confirmed what had been merely a Rumor that Norman had been put under arrest he added that 150 pounds a highly explosive liquid had been found in Norman s quarters and that it was stored in rubber bags. He also confirmed the disc very the dynamite manufactory at Birmingham. He Sefla further that a considerable amount the same kind explosive had been discovered in the rooms the Lambeth prisoners and that a part the Money one these men was in american Bank notes. That there we a connection Between the arrest and the discovery at Birmingham and those in London is show n to be a fact by an incident which has just come to Light. The Home Secretary this afternoon Senta dispatch to Birmingham asking that the authorities remand Whitehead for a week. The Samo action will be taken Here in the Case Norman. V Henry Dalton is a Man Short stature and is pockmarked Ilo to an occasional caller at Bowles american Reading room at 14 strand. It is believed that Dalton is an emissary the dynamite faction in America. The Man arrested with Wilson at Lambeth is named Gallagher. Papers were found upon him proving Bis connection with Whitehead. The Woolwich Authon Les a a a Noneo the compound found at Lambeth to be Nitro Glycerine. Dalton is suspected having been the perpetrator the outrage at the office the local government Board in Westminster. Evidence is forthcoming that the persons arrested Are connected with the invincible a. Tho dynamite used in the Westminster explosion was undoubtedly made at one the factories this society. After the contents had been tested at Woolwich the Box was taken to the Magazine at Plumstead marshes. There it was immersed in water where it will be kept until the officials can dispose the Content. Jul in accordance with the request the Home office Whitehead after being brought before the magistrate this afternoon was remanded for one week the charge was that having in his Possession explosive compounds and materials. At the examination evidence was Given showing that the police detectives had followed Norman who was arrested in Loudon from Whitehead s House in Birmingham. He took away from Whitehead s House a Box. Among the half material seized at the a paper Hanger so were eight a mysterious liquid in tins Softie sulphuric acid and Nitro Glycerine. Tzoc prisoner when arraigned refused to Parley with the officers the court even answer questions. Dublin . Dawson lord mayor Dublin has set about forming a National com Mittee to raise funds to present to . Parnell. The committee is composed Bishops priests members parliament w�5 adhere to the nationalist party mayors and Public officials. The fund has already reached �800. F at the trial Here the prisoners charged with the Phoenix Park murders a photo graph a Man named to Man recently referred to. The name a Tyner a will be produced. This 8holograph has been identified by James Carey be informer and three other persons As that a number it is asserted that a part the Money with which Tynan we entrusted for distribution can be traced to the invincible the government is in Possession an affidavit to the effect that Tynan and a number one Are identical. The Crown solicitor will strongly oppose the request which will be made by the prisoners for a postponement the trial. Peter Carey brother Jame has been accepted by the government m an inform is nominations simply in the True Way. The godly by worship is the god Abraham and Jacob the same god All Mankind worship. We Are the i it Nln a by redemption. Baptism is one the Laws the Churen latter Day saints. Prayer will not bring men into the bosom Jesus c Christ it takes baptism by Faith. Our doctrine is gods doctrine preached according to jus gospel. There is plenty Windy doctrine in these Days but thank Fleaven it is not the doctrine the latter Day at the conclusion his remarks a hymn from the Book known m a the Bainto a Harp a we Sung. To music furnished by a Small squeaky Organ badly out tone. At half past 1 the main Assembly room in the old Temple was comfortably filled. In this Temple during Many years idleness dances and weddings have occurred. Soldiers have held reunions nere masonic and other secret societies have had their Headquarters Here a a a a a tool ing for years. On the front the Structure years a Village to the upper in held Forth in the lower part a apartment the u floor. A flock letters an inscription in raised go a a a a a a reads a House the lord built by the Church Christ 1834.�?� the Structure is solidly built store and surmounted by a huge wooden Belfry. On either Side the Temple Are a a Core Large gothic windows. The Glass these windows hat been broken by Village urchins who vied with each other in marksmanship. It required 500 panes Glass to replace the broken windows. The Church is constructed made Stone a Subito Neo composed Glass earthen Ware and a bid. It was nearly 2 clock when the Assembly a finally called to order. Rev. Z. H. Gurley acted As temporary chairman. Rev. E. L. Kelly was appointed Secretary the conference with Robert l. Envill m assistant Secretary. Elder John was named As Leader the chorus. The congregation then joined in singing a two hear thy voice by from Rev. J Oso p 1 prayer at the conclusion the Sig Iii. Brothers Fieman Smith Hiram Bronson Cha. Darry Frederick g. Pit and Ebenezer Robin were appointed a committee credentials. Brothers a. 11. Smith k. Banta and e. Brand were appointed by the chair a committee organisation. Of Rev. Joseph Smith . President the reorganized Church latter Day saints was then and addressed the assemblage. The speaker said a the circumstances under which we gather indicate that time. Fifty years ago your speaker be Lifa in Kirtland. Joseph Smith jr., offered time. Conference business will be resumed tomorrow. A a go i the saints were startled by a statement that a spy from the Utah mormon Church was present at the reunion taking not for use in 8alt Lake City. The meetings the coming week will be considerable interest. Elder w. Clark California preaches tomorrow night. Tuesday evening Joseph Smith lectures Temperance. The question divorce will bring up a lengthy discussion in. The conference As some the saints do not believe in marriage after divorce and want the Church to decide the question. In an interview with the Rey. Or. Gurley who has for Many years been in Washington As a missionary to defend the rights the latter Day saints and fight tooth and Nail the Brigha mites Utah poly Gar mists that gentleman said a we recognize the holy Bible like All other religious denominations. Our Bible is like All other. Although the world does not know it people generally will be surprised to learn the fact that we antagonize polygamists and the Church Utah out and out. There is As much difference Between us As Between baptists and presbyterians. We ask no Compromise with them and we want the world to Kivow that we Are Labouring to have the government the United states Divide us and recognize the separate churches. To do not wish to be confounded with the Utah mormons in any sense whatever. We propose right Here at this reunion and conference to make the name the latter Day saints respectable. There is nothing in our Faith practices to give the world any other e have a great number Brooklyn Boston and Neto York a the converts the Utah Church Are foreigners and from the most ignorant classes to be found in the whole Europe. There Are now 150, xxx polygamous mormons in the territory and they Are at the terrible rate 50,000 a a a a Kirtland >., april9.�?the mormons resumed Weir conference business today at the Temple with preaching and prayer. Elder w. Clarke California preached tonight and tomorrow night president Joe Smith lectures Ter per we mar non official could. Pii. The result already a Moufeed a for Clia no eds slight Dif Era uce ii a few precincts. / the official count the votes cast at the elec april 2 we Otei amp a cedi yesterday morning a tip to amp Oil stator. And completed about 9 clock . The footings e not made until some hours later. Uli the count waa conducted by City clerk Edwin Henderson assisted by Phil Kiehborth. Mayor Means. L. L. Sadler. Len Goss and e. C. Boyce to the count. Many the Day and watched i m m i it wow i j a not the tally Sheet were generally found to be Correct. A few slight errors were discovered but they did not affect the result either Way. In precinct the fourth Ward curiously enough each the two candidates for director the City infirmary had one vote erroneously taken from him. The result the count is Given below which it will be seen does not differ materially from the figures already Given. Mayor Stephens 25,0201 8 22,757 murders �g0ry Rwjr into effect the last this next and if us future work a father a and daughters beaten Toto new system week the first May be pro besi toll be Quot to a off a a Pototo there to some Wing among the lowest elements because it a too decent a a and there is a tendency in the local reptiblicanl4�h�hhh��p�hbhhl As to make a democratic quarrel. Needless to Ehmki 85 Edy take place at a West halos we a. Was i revenge a know that they Are responsible for the measure operation and they propose How Well they can use Power when and its cupidity \ , w. Va., april 5.�?news has just reached Here a horrible triple tragedy at West Union the Baltimore amp Ohio Railroad fifty Miles East Parkersburg last night in which a father and two daughters were brutally murdered and robbed. Three men have been arrested suspicion but the Deea is yet shrouded in mystery. The murder is supposed to have been committed Early in the Evento. The m Man is Barney Doyle who kept a grocery and liquor store and resided with his daughters aged seven and eleven under the same roof. The main living room adjoined and communicated with the storeroom. The last time the father and children were seen alive was about 8 clock when George Cottrell and Arthur Ingle left the nouse leaving. Man a Jamp Kenney with Doyle and the girls who were in bed. Kenney was sitting the Ide the bed. About 10 clock Kenney rushed into mrs. Week lib where he had his washing done mid requested the privilege changing shirts after which he left. The woman having heard a noise m Doyle s House went there. Peering through the window she observed the carpet fire and gave the alarm. Or. Bee rushed in extinguished the fire and was horrified to find the bodies Doyle and the two innocent girls sweltering in blood. Doyle was still alien but remained unconscious till 2 a. I when he died. The youngest girl was dead when found but the other was still alive and barely Able to speak. Thoy were All lying together near the fire to which they had apparently been dragged and the fire was raked out the carpet with the purpose thus hiding to show it Ltd a a it trial the suit Volney a Irwin it Al. Is. Benjamin e. Smith it. Al. Began today. Som time ago James Buchanan an attorney for plaintiff pressed a suit against the defendants which at the time included Ricke and obtained Jud rent for $11,000. The ii ac., swelled this amount to $18,000. The show that Ricketts i paid $9,g00 in Cash and Buchanan As attorney satisfied the record the balance in consideration his fees. Or. Buchanan is therefore the Man the plaintiffs Are really Totora tire present suit. Is a so i Sun has been filed against the amicable investment company by three plaintiffs claiming respectively $5,Oto $2,000. And $1,000. A Large party Baltim oreans the guest the i b. Amp w. And b. Amp Railways arrived in the City tonight. They will be Given an airing tomorrow the Board and hear speeches made to them. Quo Quot lip the Indiana state medical society Netow ing 1,200 members will hold its annual meeting in this City the first monday in May. No City la the United states can equal Indianapolis in the number conventions various sorts. News notes. A disastrous a form Istnick Somerset ky., to sunday. J a a the nineteenth week the Star route trial opened a Apter dog 1 jew. The new Orleans races were postponed from yesterday till today. I. A Ftp a deficiency $1,500 has been found in the it the City clerk it books Litchfield us traces. Of burning the House thus hiding the murder waa evidently committed with a a. K. A e. B. Young Bankers at it. Collins a flour Mills at Boulder col., have assigned. There Are eleven j cases smallpox in tire Chicago Hospital. One death occurred yester heavy Iron poker As one was found there with Whf appearances avy Iron to blood and _ _ a a struggle commenced in the storeroom. The opinion prevails that the murder was committed for the pm those robbery i Doyle was supposed to have a Large sum. A Strong Iron bound Chest in he kept the Money was split open with an edged tool and stains blood were left the Chest. In addition to the wounds indicted Doyle a head his Arm was broken which goes to Snow that he made a Manly struggle for the Protection his Gold and his dear Little girls. The wound the Back hts head was the fatal one. The children were beaten to death in the same cruel manner. The oldest child rallied sufficiently to say that Jim Boyd a Harper was the Man who struck her and her father with a poker but no further information could be obtained from the chill who will Ere this reaches the Public be dead. Harper and Bis father were both arrested and Are now in Jaq but Pis that they can prove an Alibi. Kenney was also arrested suspicion. Great excitement prevailed during the Day and it was difficult to prevent the Lynching the prison area. Aside from the theory robbery rumours different motives Are in Torch Latigay implicating a Man named weekly who was once a resident the town and who attempted blackmail upon Doyle claiming that he Haa been criminally intimate with mrs. Weekly and prevailed her m fur Nerlich grape sugar y., 350 men Are thrown out by the closing works at Buffalo n Island 65, in the Mississippi 140 Miles below wow Wiwi we to Tirey swept away in Tito past Lew Days. I Kansas pre emptor Are very uneasy Over tire recent appoint in int a government special agent to investigate fraudulent land entries 4a that state. I the Secretary state Illinois yesterday issued License incorporation to the Bloomington Iron and a in works at Bloomington capital $100,000. �tl4./.-.y---. Is cases smallpox were reported in go to which the six Case five that he Compromise the matter for $100.�?� the letter rather Sif Iier Tuboni c tag i Hild the funeral b. W. Raymond late Mavor a Chicago occurred yesterday and was Lar attended by the City officials. Twenty policemen formed a guard Honor. ? a ., Jyi it is understood that among the records brought Back to the Navy department by the Jeannette survivors is a document written to Delong prefer ring serious a urges against lieutenant it is feared that the socialist Congress held Al Copenhagen will add to the difficulties already listing Between Prussia and Denmark. The blames the danish min vigor in suppressing the but pro to existing Between prussian govern me jetty for their want Etlan since then he Quantity am passed through Stormy times. This old Temple is Here today Beau that which is intended to be permanent pleases Rev. W. W. Blair Counselor the reorganized Church was then introduced. He is a Good looking Man having a face similar to that Brigham Young. Lie is like Brigham in Many respects. The speaker said the Church has a wonderful history. A we want to re establish christianity its original basis. Apos my has brought shame a amp a reproach upon god and caused this Temple to remain Idle for so Many years. The reorganized Church Only eates Back to about 1801. Then when the enemy came like a flood the Spirtt the lord came to our Aid and has been working against them Ever since. Considering the evils and obstacles Brigham i tes tire it Wewe have got Back to the original foundation the Toto Nav we come Here to third anniversary Christ latter Day Hope a enc Oun a a Celebration will Thunder fall upon them As an Omen. We expect that we Are christians in the highest sense that we Are Loyal citizens the coun and love the welfare our fellow men. We a Way. $ judge Superior court. Arm 26,597 Ware a a majority 6,390 huh Fack. 24,366 Worthington 23,501 majority 865. 21,207 Mulvihill comp Troy err. 23,167 a a a a a a 384 Hera court a a it a a Eshelby. Majority 1,216. Treasurer. 284 Boettger. Majority 2,746. W 24,507 Maccale .23,235 majority 1,272. I i death in Case a refusal the part Doyle. Weekly Haa openly charged Doyle with the crime referred to and threatened to kill him. The Public considered the scheme a blackmailing one. As Doyle a always stood Well in that Community. The prevailing opinion is that these other parties were enlisted by week Lyra the Gedy in the Hopes securing the Large Arpant Money Doyle was supposed to have in store in the Strong Chest. No idea has been formed m to the sum obtained by the robbers. Weel rat has not been found yet. Gain eng. Paige a Sixsmith wis., have succeeded material across the much excitement umber lers Superior line into Minnesota and exists. They Awe la a Mem ,22,488 politics. Ever since Yonsia erg i caused by the apostasy reorganized Church has got Back to the Arizini i gement reports this Cele celebrate the fifty the Church b saints full and enthusiasm Are christians and want these tidings sent abroad throughout the Al it All Hropko its. I was once an infidel and laughed at the belief the latter Day saints. I went to their meetings and was converted being convinced that there was True christianity in the Church the latter let a Rev. Z. H. Gurley followed with a Short address in which he bitterly denounced the Utah mormons. Board Public we springmeier.23,950 Korb. Majority 310. Police court judge. Von martels.25,222 Anthony Paddack. 1,422 majority prosecuting attorney 23,583 Caldwell i majority 498. Y school boards Iang term. Mccarthy,.24.011 moses.,.26,387 Lee 23,739 hopkins.25,505 Short Twachtman 24,330 a major it amp my wine City in Mary. A Brockman n23,801 Ohmann. Majority 143. A my min to Muff a wow 23,654 Moor it majority. 423. .23,610 20,781 4.406 24.081 troy120,324 Kiechler. .23,135 morgan.23,496 k nost. 22,829 term. He r Man.23,363 it i 23,658 Bussey ,24,077 elder John Gilbert preached Light. A permanent fleeced until tomorrow Accident organization the Kentucky Cen Trail. I last tuesday morning was printed a letter from Kirtland giving much valuable and interesting matter in Rega a resent reunion and Rae a a Cormona in Ohio Imana giving matter in regard to tire Early history the latter Day saints. The Irish in danger. Seventeen to his string the b 38 Frenchman Pleitez up was still in the rear at the end the eleventh. In the twelfth he won the warmest applause for an artistic four Cushion carom around the table shot. In this inning he made a run lt, leaving the score Vignaux 418 Schaefer 334. In Tho next inning the German executed a left hand two Cushion carom shot which was loudly cheered. In the seventeenth inning by magnificent position play and delicate nursing Schaefer picked up 96, the score standing Schaefer 448, Vignaux 423. The enthusiasm the audience became aroused to the highest degree As in the next Hall hour Rae players passed each other first one and then the other in the Lead. After each player had sought the dressing. Rooms a moment and the audience had been Given an Opportunity to stretch themselves 8chaefer took the Bills and run the game out in the Twenty i spurt 108. The people new , april 7.�?the worlds special Cable dispatch from London says a nothing that could with propriety be called a panic exists in the Public mind Here respecting the discoveries that have been made plots and dynamite factories during this week but i have the Best authority for saying that great uneasiness is Felt in official quarters where Many important facts Are known that for the present Are necessity kept a secret from the world without. It is certain that a widespread organization for the destruction Public buildings exists and that As yet ois subordinate agents have been arrested tracked and the government officials Are aware the existence in London and other cities the kingdom Large masses explosives All definite Trace which however they have temporarily lost. At any moment therefore the Public May be startled by the news a successful raid for not Only is it probable that some the avengers in custody will inform but the police Are working upon scores clues. Every approach to London is guar led and even a re baggage passengers upon the Railroad trains is examined quietly in the guards vans. All these precaution however can not prevent conspirators from manufacturing explosives Here especially As several papers have Given full directions Jor the preparation nitroglycerine Clastine and similar destructive compounds. / a need hardly say that much soreness is Felt Here at the fact that All these operations Are carried by Means Money which is collected in the United states for the purpose and remitted by the Well known agents the dynamite party in new York. That these agents should be allowed to pursue their operations without let hindrance by the american government is regarded As an unfriendly which the United states would not tolerate in its own Case from another nation. I have reason to believe that this sentiment will in All likelihood find a vigorous expression next week in the House commons. Troops have been sent Forward today to Birmingham to guard against the Rescue the fenian prisoners there but i May say that the class in England Kirtland o., april 7.�?Large delegations latter Day saints came today from the West and South. Old men who left Kirtland with the mormons in 18% were so overjoyed at reaching the old Village again that they cried like children and Knelt Down in the mud in front the Temple and offered up prayer. They reverence the old Church where they first joined and where they were baptized by Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon. The morning service prayer at 8 clock was under the charge we. D. Smith the surviving brother Joseph Smith. The conference opened at 10 Loek. The committee credentials made its report. It was decided to admit All delegates to the conference from certain districts whether residence being epo credentials showed delegates present from committee m event from Innis. Pittsburgh a landslide near Demossville wrecks a train and Ihfe the fireman. The Falmouth accommodation train the Kentucky Central Railroad yesterday met with a severe Accident near Demossville Pendleton county the scene the Accident was a Mazo curve and during the previous night a landslide occurred which to a train travelling in the direction the Falmouth accommodation Asp not Tito dangerous obstruction lot observed by any one in the neighbourhood and Conse Hejl 1111j not Ilia it n were top map 4i it and when the train dashed around the curve it was too late to prevent serious results. The locomotive and baggage car were thrown from the track and Down an embankment and the fireman Thomas Wainright was killed his neck being broken. Lee Milford the Engineer suffered an injun a to his Back Aud a. Vostel the baggage Man was severely bruised and Cut neither being dangerously Hurt however. The engine and car were not very badly damaged. The passengers were and sent to their destination and a Force was sent out to Clear h Way the it Striction and bring in the Loco to tin kids a the sex mayor Louisville a pulling the string that makes the pro sent mayor jump for the governorship. While a change yesterday a news reporter was introduced to a Louisville merchant who la also a member the Louisville Board Trade. It does not Cost much to become a member the Board Trade in Louisville and the # a a. A consequence is nearly every citizen Louisville becomes a member the Board a member until his annual dues beef Mable when he is dropped Lor nonpayment. The kentuckian invited the reporter to take a lemonade at Ellis and assured him that he was glad to meet him As he regarded the news As a sort Kentucky paper but thought its proprietors had made the Price the paper too cheap. Ilia i the reporter did not encourage this train thought Bat asked the visitor if there was anything a news nature in Louisville. He said there was very Little talked there now except the forthcoming Southern exposition and me race for governor the state. The expo Tina was under Good management and would be a Success Ana Dupont the president the Enterprise and likewise the president and owner the Central passenger railway company would make a Fortune out it it would result he thought in great Good to Louisville to the South and to the whole country Ipp a a a a Banks and some $30,000 to task lumbermen. J ii Michael Hoffman ans old i Bachelor living a favorite dog. And then blew out his own brains with a Winchester Riff he had hunted for Gold his farm and was greatly disappointed at finding none. Of an old Knaian Wop an Over eighty years age known As a widow Jim a living a lonely Sis near age kan., was to direct two hip Days ago and her Cabin fired to conceal the crime. Money was the object the murderer the old Wom Ait being known to have several Hundred dollars. I my a. A a a a a pulpit Rev. Charles t. Seek Pittsburgh contemplating a change business. A Pittsburgh april 9.�?it is said that the Rev. Charles t. Stock pastor the Messiah his City. Theran Church in contemplates abandoning the pulpit for the stage a he has been limit for about Twenty years ago As fifteen Tho pulpit for about Twenty years but admits that As Long ago As fifteen years be conceived a Strong liking a for the stage. This has been gradually growing him until he has determined that in the event competent judges and his friends assuring him their belief that be can succeed he will dolt the cleric Al cloth and it the Puto after. A nmn exhibit tilt a to his abilities is to be Given toil t Thafel a is Shis future Orty years old has a clean in Jet Black locus brushed Irh in general appearance be greatly Tesero Bles Thomas w. Keene the tragedian and As an elocution St an old dramatic critic who has heard him says to -4� equal to Barrett. Night and the . Steck is about shaven face with 1 Back Toms ears a a i . A i a. A. A. The socialist Congress broken up. Copenhagen april 5.�?the socialist Congress As treated to an unwelcome Surprise from tire Anish govern Omen t. On the fourth Day while the reporter suggested that the different candidates for governor Kentucky were making the race for that office pretty Lively. he said a a Short time ago everything session the prefect police t a full conference with Tbs sent to Herr Proctor the papers in the Southeastern portion the state were reproducing since Cleveland was elected Duluth speech. Of new Tive and car Ega the Quot Northern District Bui Iowa neb Rafoa. Idaho Nevada. Texas Missouri Illinois Michigan Massachusetts Florida Canada Aud Utah. The committee permanent organi Alioa made the following report which was unanimously accepted president Joseph Smith . Vice president r. M. Elvan a Secretary Heman c. Smith chorister j. T. K ene Man Ushers w. E. Runnell and 8. B. Brown. After z. H. Gurley temporary chairman had thanked the citizens Kirtland for their care the Temple and hospitality the conference the Bod placed dressed to Covington a Ftp Malm _ it and will place it in a coffin this morning and Send it to the residence in end who fives Woodburn Avenue Walnut Hills. Mulford and Vostel were brought to their Homes in Covington. Where their injuries were attended to by . K earns. Coroner Degruyter viewed the body Wainright at Donnelly a last night and will hold a inquest today. A the governorship adjourned. Presi openly i Erisha St pre Irish v is at present in the most Raic Losion dynamite too much to say that a liter a f War Exter Large manufacturing population London and our in kit is Mina Tion would be waged and the Irish i out every town. Already i notice employers Are getting afraid to take them movement for their discharge is a oing Cal left the ii fair run ii w inn to Stoer. And elder Jolo h. Lake Law flon Canada offered prayer. Regular conference business was then called for. Counselor w. W. Blair Utah reported that in the Nevada District there were a Large number Utah mormons and a few latter Day saints. In Idaho there Are 10,000 Utah mormon Aud several Small branches the reorganized chinch. There Are also three branches in Montana. The financial condition these branches is excellent and the missions the churches ure self sustaining elder Joseph a to Salt Lake Utah in charge the Rocky Mountain Mission made a report stating that polygamy was nevermore boldly More plainly enjoyed in Utah than at present and that it was growing to be a greater crimean busily. Elder h. N. Hansom missionary at Ogden City Utah reporting his work in that territory said his labors bad been confined Chi Fiir among the scandinavians swedes and Holland brought to Utah by the Brigha mites and a Good work had been done among them. President Smith closed the afternoon service by Reading the memorial prepared by himself presented to it ily in Many Large Factor a intimate will certain to fall More heavily the Irish As sol Al us Sassy 6 Jagt a w. Ivy w a a a Vns a ready intimated the blow the next explosion were i stray beside themselves Wun excitement and the victorious Little was hoisted to the shoulders Stalwart men and carried in Triumph through the aisles the audience Yelling until hoarseness intervened. The score by Ximing sch it Quot a a schaefer�?0, 38, 0, 40, 1, 220,10, 0,13, 9, 0, 3, 10, 0, 7, 2, 95, 16, 9, 19,108. Total. 600. Vignaux 4,16, 5.139 0, 0, 3, 0,2, 52, 17,17. A Vii if a total 509, n any other Clas a. La a the Queens general health j near upon inquiry remains , but the local trouble the sprain Bruise upon the knee is not mending As it should. This fact naturally gives Rise to some uneasiness not however amounting to alarm. It is nevertheless thought necessary that Bir William Jenner should remain permanently at Windsor Castle and All the engagements made for her majesty have been indefinitely postponed. The official accounts Are almost silent but it is pretty widely known that the doctors Are both Rise and disappointed that the injury has not p treatment injury Addren time rame three hours. Schaefer s highest run was220 average 28 Vignaux a highest run 139 average 25 5-10. Therefore wins that Acob Schaefer e first prize championship the world the second r Vignaux prize going to Vignaux a doll title pig to pocket boo and found Only $1 go. A a a Lack Twenty cents it a he said. A i will pay you that As i return to Bam took a keen look from his Almond shaped eyes and immediately responded Payee no Washee. A but i am in a hurry my Friend leaves in half an hour a plead . Lawyer. A no no no a Nocifera to Sam jump lug up and Down and gesticulating Yio gently while he tried to regain posse Sion the immaculate Linen. The judge held to it Possession was several Points Law. M it Ayou infernal fool a you think i want to cheat you out Twenty cents a he cried. Quot Opit 8am grew More excited the ther chinamen in the laundry left their Rons and joined in the Melee. A shouted. A a no no no no Payee no one fat fellow not so Wellus a Pigeon Earlish. Put his Broad Back to the door and in a deep guttural at intervals at this moment the bothered advocate a Ato an american an youth stand Long and to him he App pad begging for the loan Twenty cents in Quot ii would me you the Twenty rants distributing Tho billiard prizes. Chicago april 7.�?a meeting was held this evening at the Palmer House the contestants and All others interested in the late billiard to Ura Ament. A Strong protest was formulated and signed against the article in this mornings Tribune alleging that Vignaux had sold out the game t the distribution $3,000 in Cash prizes waa then made by . Benzinger. Manager the tournament. As follows first prize $1,200 Abd the Gold Emblem the worlds Champion the balk line billiard game to Jacob Schafer second prize. $800, Vignaux France third prize $500 Daly new York fourth aria a uhf a a a the an Enjo new Yorz Tourton prize $300, new York fifth prize $200, t Morris Chicago. An enjoyable banquet Fol met re. Vignaux and Schafer will go to imprisoned americans a seven americans lying in a font Dungeon a Panama under a criminal charge but unable to secure a trial. New Yoke april 7.�?the world publishes today a letter from the seven american prisoners at Panama who Are accused stealing $50,000 in Gold from a vault in Panama. The Money was a eat by this government to pay the naval officers and men the Pacific Fleet. These seven americans were arrested last january and have not yet been brought to trial. A similar letter was published in the world yesterday. These letters were sent Ison by bribing the Cincinnati to appear in exhibition games. Vignaux and Schaefer. The great billiard lists to give an exp ibo. Than la Chi a City a match game billiards Between Maurice Vignaux and Jacob Schaefer has been arranged to be played in this City and will take place tue Saav Eveni Qto april 17, at Smith a Nixon s Hall. The contest will be for a purse $500, offered by the l m. Brunswick amp Balke com this City. The game will probably be it rail 1,600 Points a 5 by 10 Bruns Wick a Balke a Able. This will be the Only Opportunity offered seeing these celebrated experts in this Elk and the interest already Man Lested insures a Large attendance. The Monarch cushions will be used being the same used in the Chicago tournament. The served Setos jul a a a prison prisoners Are Benj a a a t. N guards i. A a Hhd new York Thomas d. Cut Missouri c. H. Burns Missouri a. 8. Bard Well Mississippi Frank single Illinois. In their letters they say a your cell is simply a Stout Dungeon with two narrow slits a few inches wide above the floor. The floor is Earth Only and the Walls Are very Damp. The door this a Bode misery faces the main Hall fast it All the human refuse from the convicts in adjoining a riders is carried to to thrown into the sea. Adjoining the prison is a soldiers Barracks the Drain from which passes under our cell Dungeon. Doe fool is filled with the vilest doors Brih fir and jail Htee. The prisoners then protest their innocence and a to prove it them Stewart this City was in another part the country when the robbery occurred. Continue concerning the Queens eventual recovery Are however hear that . Rufus Hatch is organizing a a personally conducted party a whose member Are to be different european National a for a grand trip through the United states next fall Many invitations have already been issued and to very prominent it a the Kilt Aicham treaty. London april 3.�?considerable a sensation was created in the House com Rains last a piling when . Parnell said that the report an interview with . Of Kelly Aud himself printed in the French papers recently was Given with substantial accuracy. The interesting Point this statement is that the interview quotes these gentlemen As saying that the British government took the initiative in regard to the matter the Kilma Inham treaty and that they first made overtures to . Parnell while he was in jail. They were also reported As saying that the statement made by lord Carling Ford a the effect that . Parnell himself made the first overtures was inaccurate and untrue. J. Or. Gladstone arose at the conclusion . Parnell s avowal and endorsed the correctness lord Carling Ford a statement. He however d his refusal to appoint a committee into the matter Kif in to considered very significant and caused much comment among the conservative and Home Rule members. Michael Davitt has written a vigorous letter to he says the dynamite policy can Only effect exasperating the English Semoc ing they say a from put amp Mac Damp ii Iff Day we have been promised society Glasgow Oil i Engin declares that it would be far better the a and wait for another Twenty years than play into the hands Ireland a enemies by giving rein to despair and revenge. A 1 he failed to kill Nino. / a Matamoras. To. Aprll7.�?juan the name a Bravo yesterday hearing and from Day to Day none has been granted us our american Consul assures Eliaza by one Nis own tribe. This Man and killed slay the ninth when he eight ate and was trying to a it a and elder z. H. Gurley and presented to Secretary Frelinghuyse some time since asking that the United states government draw a distinction by Law Between the polygamous mormon Church Utah and tire reorganized Church latter Day saints. It is expected the the Secretary will make a report thai memorial before Long. I the conference then adjourned. Tomor rep will be a great Day. As 1�� sermons will be 8 reached the leading men the Church and to Sands from other religious denominations the surrounding villages will attend. Kirtland o., april 8.�?the Village was crowded today and the attendance at the third Day the mormon reunion was increased by 500. A prayer service a pal pal at a Dattoin the Temple. Tyra Ehu Ftp wig cd photo at 10 30, when Rev. Joseph Smith jr., the to Nta Wyer t Sermon. A quorum twelve opos Les and a quorum seventy elders occur a hmm Mhz Bumm Mith said he intended to preach a ser Mph for theto Kiewit Tulfo gentiles present. He ostracized try. People Frog Eltse Jihu a son Ltd Joseph Smith f am not responsible for my fathers acts but for my own character. A Man s deeds and not his Creed is what brings eternal salvation. The Power to reason is a distinction characteristic human beings and each one should be held responsible for his acts in this life. Why is it then if god judges us by character and not by Creed Why is it that i am universally condemned and looked upon As a Devil ? it is simply because the apostate so called mormon would say my character is All right Bufi my religion is what is the matter with the Sermon was an exposition the mormon Faith and Why the latter Day saints Aro so firm in their belief. At the afternoon service Rev. Joseph t. Lambert Chicago delivered a discourse in which he gave a history the mormon Church and advanced facts to show that Jose. Iced preached polygamy. He also claimed that the mormon Faith was the Only Trofo to Igitol a lading extrajm�m0� the holy Bible to prove the same. \ l elder w. W. Blair preached a Sermon tonight revelations reviewing the miracles and prophets from the begin due the worlds history to the present Foster and others starting a Boom for Columbus x. April 9.�?tonight the republicans show a disposition to Start a Boom for judge Foraker for the governorship the Republican ticket. Consultations have been in Progress All the full known the to Foto Cholee governor Foster Dreox Smitti ip4 the Hamilton county managers was for the lieutenant governorship at the Cleveland convention and that after repeated and persistent judge declined Foster with the idea that Foraker might be the most popular Man in the state after himself really sought to Force him to attach himself to his tall but Foraker declined the Kite. This forced Richards upon the ticket As candidate for lieutenant governor and although that gentleman has Tuaoa a Good officer he to now being Piip Amito by Foster senator Horr Lew Weitzel c. Poor the majority the Hamilton county delegation and eight ten other who still insist Foraker for governor with the idea that because he to. Unknown he will necessarily have strength it was not a formal caucus but it informality has made it the stronger and Foraker will undoubtedly be put out As the nominee from head marriage children. A a marriage License was issued from the county clerks office in Covington tuesday last week in a Case where marriage Between parties such age ought to be prohibited by Law except under the extraordinary circumstances which Are said to have led to this affair As the couple Are Mere children utterly unable to appreciate the duties and responsibilities they assume and marriage Between them is Little better than a mockery the ordinance which secures the institution the family the foundation and bulwark society against the whole catalogue evils. The pair who were married last night were George f. Kyle aged fourteen and Lizzie May Louii Shead aged thirteen both living near South Covington. The father the boy and the guardian the girl were resent to give their Sanction to the Applina and the clerk had nothing to do but Grant it As the parties were within the Legal age the Law fixing twelve years for the girl and fourteen years for the boy As the minimum. It is difficult to conceive any justification forthe marriage such children except in cases where reputation is involved As is understood to be the Case in this instance and the terms the Law regulating the matter Are worthy the at legislators. The figures cd profanation the a irony. An sensibility. A a a a a a a a a a a governor pm rape York Mavors metropolitan cities seem to have been seized with a desire to become governors Aud our mayor has discovered the Bee in his Bonnet. Or. Jacob is a born Joe Pocian and will be heard hereafter. He is a very handsome Man a neat Dresser wears a lib. 6 shoe and no one can Leauv note entertaining. He would make a to Bendid governor As our governors have Little else to do Thau to Grant pardons appoint colonels upon his staff and give an occasional a a reception during the sessions the legislature. As a mayor he has served several terms and has been a decided failure. The mayoralty our City for Many years has fallen to the lot one John g. Baxter and . Jacob they having played a sort game Seesaw when Jacob a goes up then Baxter a goes Down a each. One having the Peculiar faculty making himself very unpopular while in office and each when out becomes popular Ini a Estifo with the in the other while in. Jacob p weak Baxter to Strong. Jacob k used by his alleged friends Baxter uses everybody. When he is mayor be is Boss. When Jacob to mayor Baxter Bosses him. There was a feud some time ago Between Baxter and Jacob and for a time Baxter fought him openly but he found it easier to fight ram otherwise during his present administration. It is pretty Well understood la Louisville that Baxter controls the Council when Jacob came in As mayor one aae Eph who is like Jacob the hebrew persuasion and a creature Baxter was made president the common Council and by him All the committees were appointed and thus the machinery the City sover neut was set raping Tup Bax at plan. Jacobs Cabinet with the exception the chief police and the mayor a clerk Bate a up. J Acob to very popular w Ith the people and was the Only Man that could beat Baxter for mayor. Two years ago Baxter and his friends conceived the idea getting Jacob out the Way by convincing him that ire bought to run for Congress. And he would have run As they have got awol to running now for governor but Albert Willis had a touch . Jacobs Quality and was too popular before the Peak fee these gentlemen who Are urging . Jacob for the governorship Are his enemies and seek in that a to get rid him. With the View making . Baxter some such Man mayor the City. Or. Baxter who a Short time ago could not find up dam terms wherewith to denounce . A Feib is top be his warmest supporters and All the recognized Baxter ring including Bill Ray r. T. Snowden Charley Long Charley Kremer Law Joseph Jake Boekell Ham Davis John g. Barrett Scott Newman de Hughes Dick Watts John Whallen Jim Gilbert and . Krack the assessor Are encouraging him to run for governor and even a bark fir ipod jape a willing than he is. But a stands no show. Louisville has the present governor such As he is and the counties will not stand another Lotta Vale Man. Proctor Knott will be the next governor Kentucky a a and As our Louisville Friend lighted his Cier be req rented the importer Totok Kooij i King and secured his approval t i e Knecht a one. Of the nost Tapo keat delegates who was looked upon As a Leader a the Congress and served him an order close the Congress forthwith. Those Mem who came from Fonston countries were informed that it was desired by the danish authorities that they leave Denmark not later than tue Day. T Kiel april 5.�?tne names the four socialists arrested Here tuesday while the few Vray from the Ira Alist Congress at Copenhagen Are be Bel Dietz Auer and Neu Munster. Although they were members the Reich Stag Mew Kwim lest efforts the police succeed in extorting from the prisoners evidence against their party and they Fly Erik sed. L their papers were h Pape state. The shrew �u4 0. Sensational breach Promise snob / Millers bub 0., april 9.�?a breach Promise lit recently filed Here to agitating our beet Rami society and threatens More trouble a a it a. ,. Hal Young Case Cincinnati and Paintin Nave Mea the pet for wounded affection to the amount plaintiff. Have filed the petition asking a at Toneys Jil the and messes. Maxwell amp Sharpe attorneys the defense Are about to file answer. Depositions have been in i that allege among other things that the fair Lianti in unguarded hours had associated improperly at Sund Minerva. Married couples and when made Public involve several divorce suits. The most Happy features the Case will appear completion the depositions. Minerva and other and tiny the a places including can Tekut amp involves other Young ladies with persons ,. A v v Wjk a.1james Hassell Lowell dynamite. London april a a a banquet waa a Toto Lei. The corporation civil engineers at Kensington last evening. I James Russell lotto Fli Taista United states minister was replied to the Toast c course his remarks among the a your visitors. Guest Quot Isi most autos a rape Sarah look at certain fundamental questions there very Little difference Between the views englishman so mrs my i May not venture to allude to delicate can Sav thai englishman believes that assassination that dynamite a the raw material policy i a a. A a cutting affray at Williamstown. Wii Ianstown ky., april 9.�?this to county court Day and the town is thronged a fight occurred the Street Between Henry Miller and Dee gouge who had an old grudge to Settle and were Well primed with whisky. Miller Cut gouge with a pocket knife inflicting from which he May not recover. A Gash Cut the skin his forehead and Clear Over h is head to the Boue Aud a number dangers ous stabs were made in Bis Back and one bad Cut his Arm. His wounds were promptly attended to a but they Are very dangerous fatal. A f ifs Sis too Low for such profanation the rites mat a a a a a 1 revolting to any one Ordinary the Ashland murderer. Hon. Keene f. Pritchard one a the Ablest lawyers in Eastern be amp Sticky was seen by a news reporter yest Day and asked what Tiara was in the apocryphal stories from West Vir Ginli about newly discovered Eye drama As Tetke innocence Neal and Craft. A a a a a a obituary. Willix Monk Helby Vnye ind., april 6.�?vwab Jones aged about forty years died at his residence in this City this morning. He was a prominent Odd fellow. Mabel Holmes. Miss Mabel Holmes jiving near Fairland died suddenly this morning. Some two weeks ago miss Holmes was slightly injured by a runaway horse but not sufficient Otto Raeto Eji Ira Torto her friends. Lancaster o., april 7.�?tapuis Blaire sex Audi t Rof ii Tii be Natl we �fh�totofdbl05i eminent citizens died suddenly last j was the Street yester Apfei. Mrs. Nininger a Pioneer Hamburg this county died suddenly last night at a very Page. I at the age 103 year. Brownsville 7.�?j uan Salazar an old Soldier the wars the Independence recently died at Shalchi Cammela aged 103 Yeara. Came re a a to Rrt. Lebanon 0., april 9.�?mrs. Cathra foe go Kierk one the Pioneer citizens this place who died saturday night consumption was buried today. Indianapolis. I u sudden death in jail Batavia o., atoll 9t�?valentine Speeth an honest hardworking we pm lived near it. Pisgah. And had a cum considerable Means. Of his savings item several Hundred dollars with a p Urcell and at the latter a failure nearly distracted. After years i fall became entirely insane a Oto w As placed a the Clermont jail for Safe keeping. Late night after a few hours�?T1 illness he died congestion the lungs super induced by a cold be had tracked in the meanest jail in the state. I a \ i a. It. 1. R a. I the Campbell Morey contest. I it it Lebanon. O., april 9.�?the taking testimony in the Campbell Morey contest was resumed a the office m. Thompson Thi morning. W. C. Me Clintock editor the Star has been the witness stand most a the Dav. They will begin tomorrow the student vote which will occupy about two weeks. The testimony will be directed to the charge that the students Are Here for a temporary purpose Only and therefore not entitled to vote. Tec Tive replied the outspoken Ken a simply the rehashed lies the alleged de ,1. Tue Ian. A i prosecuted Craft at Grayson a he continued a and he will be Hung at the proper to me. I am to argue his Case before the Coura appeals May 16, and there is no let Al Hook upon which to hang a Hope a revert a the 9h ust judgment no Nis Case. The murder were committed Christmas eve taht last december a year and in All the do Active work and Iff ail the isto total investigations that have followed nothing but a confirmation m Ell to we has f been r developed. No sir Neal Craft and Ellis Are the Tienda who committed that crime unparalleled in the history Kentucky. Ellis has received his Reward and Neal and Craft will meet theirs. It is Only a matter time and All stories the discovery evidence establishing their innocence Are the merest Poppycock. Owe them has been Hung the other two will be Hung by due process Law. Gresham departs the first attempt to a work things my local Indianapolis april 9.�?postmaster general Gresham started for Washington this evening at vate car loaned by superintendent Miller. The resident member the g. A. B. Went to the depot and throw the old shoe after him. Judge Drummond the circuit court spent yesterday in the City visiting general Gresham. Drummonds place that speculation set aside for Gresham when he Bhail have finished his Post office career. Drummond being ready for retirement account age by that time m the first attempt to a work things Jan the new metropolitan police Board has taken hold was that two Republican policemen the approaches Eishe r the Rophel. A lace to Metlyng a fanatic. New Yore april 7.�?Henry Bergh the defender All animals has written a letter a Barnum the circus Man a Ura ing the elephant Pilot hta argument is the kindness instead cruelty would Dued the animal it barn my aft reason for Tor g Pilot was tha i toll a pesto d Saix than subject hta Patron to danger Jack Sonville a reached Enterprise a afternoon spent sum the president s trip it it april 9.�?the and Strite it sunday quietly at Sanford ii a a a Tori i started today for Kissimmee City in route Gardener s Island where the president exp Sta to enjoy cent Dent says he for awl Elk so. The benefited by the trip. A aunt the Htow Toto Foft Brown Viu a pfltx., april 7.�?in Otto we m j norther the american Schooner Estila and the mexican Pitet l / Teodor Ftp were lost. To Toft bar at Tux am Oue body gift washed ashore. I. Ara s m it Tan superintendent and offered to a turn if he would Force it a needless to say that they failed. The crat it Yeray Eranee k tis Iii to , by Nicholas Viwat april 7.�?tha entire Board town trustees Las yen i a rat a

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