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The Cincinnati Weekly News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioA six a. A Law l the weekly new8�?Cincinnati, wednesday january 1883. 5 my fifi. Ami. Psf a i a i persons and things. Hotow the Well known composer of the opera Martha has become Blind from the disease known m Gray Cataract. / a general Grant in Nofer paying for the presents lie received abroad. Hie dinner he Gat the japanese Prince Cost $2,000. One Clergyman Cut it on Christmas Day. Or. Noah Chenck of Brooklyn received a $1,000 Check from congregation. Samuel m. Bryan is now postmaster general of Japan. Of course he is an Ohio Man. Harry a. Garfield son of the late president has been elected editor of the Williams College athenaeum there Are generals in the German army who litre As Many As thirty six medals of Honor and yet find it hard to keep out of debt. Walter Pater the English writer is engaged Ripon h work in dialogue form its scene is Laid in Rome in the time of Marcus Aurelius. The whole number of passengers who Are annually carried Over the Street railways of the United states and Canadas is Over 1,212,400,000. A governor Ria isted of Maine is to be enrolled among the plutocrats at the close of term. He is to become editor of the Lewiston Gazette. An ample fund has been raised for the proposed statue of sir Francis Drake at Plymouth England which if to be executed by or. Fio Ehm m0mm&gi president Arthur it is said will be assisted at new year reception in the White House by mrs. Frelinghuyse mrs Chandler and mrs. A Brewster. The a London Queen a in a letter to Young married people on Domestic Economy says the Ferouse rent should never exceed one tenth of the income. England is to have a Bureau of agriculture of which or. Chamberlain the head of the Board of Trade is to be chief with a seat in the j Cabinet. X mrs. Ray the first woman who went to Lead Ville dug in the mines scoured the Plains As co but took in washing mid now has a Fortune of $1,000,000. A you Tig woman teaching in a Public school in Bloomington hi., is in trouble because she a tripped off a boys shirt and whipped Bare Back with a Rawhide. The Hon. We. M. Evarts has accepted the invitation of the joint congressional committee on the Newburgh Centennial to deliver the oration of the Day at the Celebration. A Don Cameron advertises for a lost dog hat an Swers to the name of a Jack while hand a in he should advertise fora lost state that answers to the name of 4 the Atlanta 5a. Constitution dem says a nearly every merchant in the South will prefer the Lowell bankruptcy Bill because it limits expenses. And removes the temptation to Long Lite oltion. The Marquis of lome sent Royal Mother in Law a Carload of sheep. This we suppose is a gentle hint that the next time he comes to visit i her he Hopes to fluid More bed covering in the a a spare room. Globe Democrat As a humorist it is about time or Mark Twain to depot on a the retired list. His recent efforts at with notably speech new England dinner have been Huc nent the notable thing about Charles Pease who died at Somers conn., Wae that for Yenito he had taken with daily exactitude Tore Drinka of whisky three cups of Strong Tea and a goodly Pill of opium. I Pung Man in Connecticut started to kiss the girl betide in the Cutter while the horse was going at a three minute gait. The Cutter struck i Stone and the girl had her nose broken and the Young Man lost a tooth. Superintendent Douglass of the state fish hatchery has now in that institution 60,000,000 White fish get is in process of hatching. This is the largest nil Fober of eggs Ever placed in the hatchery at one to new York Sun the idea of making a candidate of or. Lincoln comes entirely from the fact that he is the son of the Martyr president it is not a solid idea. No Man is Likely to be a eff cited in 1884 on the merits of father. Norristown Herald a French chemist thinks he can resuscitate a human body after it has ii been Frozen a few weeks. He might Experiment on Oscar Wilde and if he missed the combination people would be just As Well pleased. A plumber has a Hpe a rested in new York and held in $800 bail to answer to the charge of a 4 putting defective work in a building. If new York can enforce a Law against defective plumbing there is #�080 Iota the non enforcement of any Law. Thirty Rich new yorkers Are mentioned whose combined wealth foots up $821,000,000, or an average of Over Feo,000,000 each. Vanderbilt is placed at the head of the list at $12-3,000,000, and Jay Gould next at $40,000.000. Or. Tilden is classified among the comparatively poor ten millionaires. The malagasy envoys Nowon a visit to England have brought with them various publications in their native language. At the present Al time Flag or six periodicals Are printed in the language and enjoy a wide circulation in the Island. The native compositors were All Pennsylvania Avenue into a howling wilderness and to sue for Mene profits. This new land league has its head Center at Pittsburg. From there the cohorts Are preparing to descend. Mae. Nilsson made the rounds of the Chinatown suburb of san Francisco the other Day. Among the dozen men accompanying her was a reporter who declares that mine. Nilsson exclaimed a ooh How funny a just Twenty seven times not counting the extra she made fun of the aet he pulled the Beard of a god in in the Joss House and stood to it that the opium was molasses in disguise. After inspecting some of the jewelry she picked up a Gold ring of unique workmanship and placing it on her Finger she inquired a How much a a a five Dolla a said the chinaman with a Grin. A too Muchlee a replied the diva a me give four a no a said Lai bhang a five Anc the diva finally paid the chinaman a Price. Bitter Creek wolf1. Long. Canoe voyage. My arrival of or. Neide and Cap Tain Kendall at Newa a ,. A i a Orleans. Twenty seven Hundred Miles completed a i and three thousand yet to go Down the Ohio and Mississippi the auditor of Indiana thought it night to Ltd howl. Indianapolis dec. 28.�? special a the sensation of the Day was the arrest Between 4 and 5 of clock this morning of colonel e. H. Wolfe auditor of state on a charge of profanity by Isaac Penny a patrolman of the merchant s police Force paid for by private contribution As he was on Way Homo after having been out Over night with the boys. When the prisoner arrived at the station House he was hot and in a to \ serious and in Noco Plimen tary terms he denounced arrest As an unqualified unmitigated Damnable outrage. The turnkey offered to parole but he declined to give either parole or bail and so was Given the Liberty of Headquarters until the opening of court. During the morning Penny made affidavit against the distinguished official for profanity butout of consideration for position and feelings mayor Grubbs held the examination in private. Only the policeman and prisoner testified a and their stories were diametrically opposed to each other the result being that colonel Wolfe was discharged. Penny testified that to first Hoard Wolfe a Square away cursing and hallo oing and he walked Down acid crossed Over to quiet . When within a few paces of the defendant the latter jerked off hat and extended Light hand and fore Finger As if carrying a pistol. The fitness asked a what Are you making such a noise for a and was answered a a it a none of your business go the witness then told to keep quiet and go Home and the two then passed each other. A Short distance apart a a he defendant again stopped and extending hand As above indicated exclaimed a i can shoot first i have got a straight the witness fearing that he was armed Drew revolver and fired one shot in the ground whereupon the defendant shouted a look out a and running across the Street opened a Gate and stepped into a door Yard with the remark a a in a Home the witness followed and said to a now go in and fee Havo yourself a and gave name. The defendant first promised to do so and then he said a a you re a fool r you can to do anything with me. The mayor is a first rate Man. And in a the auditor of the witness responded a i done to care if you Are the auditor you must keep still a and was answered a your a go do a fool you be no the witness then arrested and brought Down. Under Cross examination or. Penny added a i first heard nearly a Square away he was lust caving along. I was going to let Hito pass out he tackled me. And i in t know whether he was a foot or a colonel Wolfe said under oath a there is not a word of truth in statement save that i told i was auditor of state. I was going Home and was not expecting to see any one and i was saying nothing. My attention was attracted by seeing Cross the Street toward me. I had my Gold watch $100, in Money and these Dia monds pointing to shirt Stu Sand was afraid he meant mischief. He struck the sidewalk fifteen paces in front of me and i pointed my Finger and cried a halt who Are you a he said something 1 done to know what and i answered a if you re going this Way i am going the other a and then i dodged around into the iter and crossed the Street with celerity. He one shot As i crossed but whether at from the new Orleans times Democrat dec. 28. At an Early hour yesterday morning up town people whose business called them to the River Banks in Carrollton and on the levee in the upper portion of the City proper had their curiosity aroused by observing in the River two strange looking Little crafts being silently and swiftly propelled Down Stream by Means of paddles or oars in the hands of two bronzed and weather beaten looking mariners. Reaching the wharf of the 8t. Louis and Mississippi Valley transportation company at 8 o clock the owners of the canoes for such they proved to be disembarked and shortly afterwards perfected the necessary arrangements to have their Little vessels hauled Overland to the new Basin canal where they were once More put in the water and the canoeists resumed their journey to West end where they were received by a member of the american Canoe association now in the City or. R. S. Buchanan and their boats safely housed within the to Amble Walls of the St. John boat club. These two canoeists were or. C. A. Neide and Captain s. D. Kendall members of the Lake George n. Y., Canoe club whose voyage from Lake George n. Y., to Cincinnati was described by the times Democrat during the latter a it Art of the month of november. Or. Neidic Isa dentist of Schuylerville n. Y., and is the Secretary and t Wensu scr of the american Canoe association. He to a Young Man compactly built of perhaps five feet seven inches in height with Blue eyes Sandy hair Long Sandy Side whiskers and is Fine complexion makes look the picture of health. This to first visit to new Orleans. Captain Kendall is connected with the company at St. Johns Bury Vermont. He is about six feet tall slender build with Light Blue a yes dark hair and la Sandy moustache. Captain Kendall is a great Sailor. He has visited new Orleans several times during and since the War. Both these gentlemen Wear a uniform of Navy Blue Short jacket with buttons of Navy Gilt and Blue Caps. They pointed with Pride to the snug looking Little Craft that had carried them 2,700 Miles thus far and who have 3,000 Miles yet to make before their journey is completed. A a by a Captain Kendall a boat is called the a solid Comfort a and is of the style of a Lake George Cruiser she is of own invention Model and system of construction being also of own build and fitting throughout even to the smallest detail. The Canoe is 14 feet 2 inches Long and 86 inches wide at the beam 15 inches High at the Bow 13 inches High at the Stern 9 inches to the gunwale at midship and 12 inches to the Crown of the deck. The cockpit is 30 inches Long by 21 wide. She carries an Atwood folding Centelle be and is rigged with a battering of 47 feet for a Mainsail and a sprit Mizzen of 20 feet and is rigged with in folding outriggers and for use in Case of necessity but which s trip. She Fairbanks left Vicksburg the weather becoming much Milder. Indeed the hardest portion of their journey is now Over. Along the Allegheny Ohio and mrs i Sippi Rivers they have received the kindest treatment and have never received an insult even from the roughest people a countered. We the canoeists Are very intelligent pleasant gentlemen and they enjoy in the fullest extent the a roughing it sort of life they Lead it it a this voyage. They will remain Here a few Days to receive important business letters when they will embark e on Lake Pontchartrain and skirt the Gulf coast making a Brief Call at Cedar keys and Tampa Florida inside the Florida reefs and up the Atlantic coast to Lake Worth. Near Jupiter where for a few weeks they will be the guests of n 11 Bishop author of the a a voyage of the paper Canoe a who has been one of the greatest supporters of american canoeing. They will then proceed northward following the Inland Waters when practicable at other times taking the open sea and they expect to reach new York cite in the latter part of june or Early in july 1883. Then they go up the Hudson and other streams their intention being to arrive at the Point from which they set out Lorna Island Lake �<3eor$pi from August it last. Quite too utterly Utt. Mme How the Bunko men beat the Wilde out of Money. A new York. Dec. 28.�? special a the Bunko a joints a which Are the Headquarters of the Confidence operators closed with mysterious unanimity throughout the City on december 14, and All the games with which the operators were wont to swindle their victims were stopped until wednesday. The bothnia started for Europe with Oscar Wilde As a passenger on that morning at 7 of clock and by 9 when the englishman had passed Sandy Hook the Bunko Dice throwing and other devices were going on As usual the cause of this sudden cessation of very profitable business was an adventure of or. Wilde with one of the most for a a t r Ita a Ltd a s �?�1 a a i 4 a a. A by t Yff Quot a a v successful of the Bunko Steerer in Tho metropol 1 is James Mitchell alias Selleck alias hungry Joe. And two confederates who All left the Eit within a few hours after meeting or. Wilde. The Story As told by Bunko men themselves is that or. Wilde was met on the morning Bowens badness. Of december 14, As he was walking in Madison Spitiare by a very Well dressed Ana affable Masil e stranger stopped and gazed earnestly at or. Wilde a few moments and then As if doubts were set at rest held out Libs hand with Frank cordiality and said a Kwh or. Wilde How do you do you have har changed a particle Sinee i saw you in my fathers office some months or. Wilde did not the disclosure of put join in the die a son trial More Devi try to Lee unearthed a a Senna Ion 1st Cotuit. A Ashington dec. 27.�? spec Taf a there was a decided sensation in the Dickson trial to Day. George w. Driver a reputable restaurant proprietor Ocab Jitou the stand and made Okcu Mimi which go to show the Folly of talking in the presence of your Cook. To was Well nog painted with or. Dickson and has known casually for years. He then told How Bowen engaged Dickson in conversation at place of business on the evening of August 23d. He could not hear everything that passed Between them for they were talking in an undertone. At last however Dickson started from seat and said in a voice that was distinctly heard All Over the room a i am surprised. What do you take me for a or expressions to that effect and Bowen seemed startled by or. Dickson a manner and sail a Pardon i have made a or. Dickson a. A m. A a a 4a. A a. V by a a. I Asaid a you certainly have sir As far As i am Brewster Cameron then entered and calling Bowen aside talked to for a moment after which Bowen apologized Arto withdrew. Witness saw bowl a and Dickson together subsequently Down stairs but not in conversation. They subsequently came up tothe Balcony and witness spoke to them but Bowen say that to wanted to speak to or. Dickson he the witness withdrew from and left them together witness did not see Dickson and Bowen together in a Small room that night As Bowen testified. Witness said Bowen had been an occasional Patron of for years and about july 15, last had begun to Dine at establishment almost daily. On August 19 Bowen went to Long Branch to meet toe attorney-ge���1 a Lulf a a Job a governor Wells a i object. The witness did not know witness a Bowen and or. Satterthwait told me so and i received that dispatch from a the dispatch was from Jersey City while Bowen \ Ihen route. Witness said that after a Toen s return from what he was informed was visit tothe attorney general on August 20, 21 and 22, Bowen was constantly inquiring about Dickson movements and whereabouts. On the even ing of August 22, Bowen Hac approached witness and inquired about or. Dickson character standing in the Community a. Witness told opinion of or. Dickson saying among other things that Dickson wat to of natures noblemen and one of the Best men he Ever knew. Bowen then changed the subject to Star route matters and told witness that the attorney general had received the Star route cases Asa legacy and must succeed in securing a conviction. This was of the utmost importance and a Large sum of Money was available for any Man russian thieves and official tyrants were in Many respects greatly inferior to the american their Sway was much More Uncertain and less successful. The article was Well writ state bar association. Aim a Dittem Mtoto in Tono. Fudg e Ifo Iurii. \ 8 jtt0 Ivory in 01 Tioy a a a a x dtota�>i�aii4tou Toto in Many americans would be surprised to learn that in sober european minds they were compared with russians to their own disadvantage with Russia a country which we think of com and the Hon. M. D. Follst. Guilty of framing an unconstitutional provision. J Edge Hoadly a my Bill saying that the n Only As benighted while ourselves we think tute to Rill appearances the disastrous Over illuminated. But the article was also interesting As a comment upon the events which Konsti throw of the very system which it spoke of As fixed like the russian political system. The German mind would seem to find it difficult to comprehend the kind of Freedom we have in America the kind of political forces at work there. To me these elections Are one of those sudden sunbeams in our political sky which Are constantly darting out of its deepest Clouds to fill the mind of the Spectator with enthusiasm for the future with Confidence in the silent and slow development of the National character. I seem to see that there is not wanting Iii the rank and file of our population the growth of that solid Manly integrity on which our Hopes for the future must depend the growth of that character of which election was to or. Cleveland the outspoken discussion of judiciary Reform belief a a Fly a. 5 s a a a _ a. 1 i a a a a it s a it be it a amp to a for tit. Superior con Rte ban Aptt fat the Burnet House. Uncle Remus Christmas song. Dance. The state bar association reconvened yester Day morning at College Hall. The presided a read communications from the trility a Warien and the Law Library inviting the delegates to make use of those institutions. The first business of Tho Day was the address by the Hon. James h. Thompson of Hillsboro on the a Early judges of the gentleman in the course of s address said m t a a p a. A. A standing on the Northern Bank of the Ohio River if i Cross to the Southern Bank Ana then group together the Kentucky and Ohio bar and Bench nearly Coeval in origin with a similar system of to Itoh Toi o Fife Rod an amendment to Section retention in office present judges until their terms shall exp which was adopted. A to Tot bin w closed the debate in an Earnest Appeal Forth from the Century. This song is Sung with what unto Remus would Call the a a in be Racket a that is to say it is a a patting song. It the Pader will Lulf Iii mind that the rhythmical effect is based on time a or recurring and invariable pauses there will be no difficulty in catching the swing. Rabbit to pm a hash. Original. Iwitha Rabbit foot Quick Rabbit foot Light a turn a hash Tum a Heap Bop skip jump of Toon he Basight jurisprudence and decision on an novel kind of land title the same training out of the books of the common Law and though subject to constant conflicts Between slavery am Freedom yet Ever connected in Friendly proves signal Intercourse it will not a Toto get that intent immaterial or redundant a Inis t5kp5itooduced on this occasion. And thus stain Reg on that Side. I am privileged to and could not be pardoned for omitting to in my marvelous Kazyc he rest All de Day in run All de night a Tom a Tum a Heap of rate Tofu a hash 1. Crow Fly efts de it toil Fly Wes a Tum it hash to to heart Jay Ltd Hunt de spa a fit Nesin to eat All de aids Fer Ter see we Ich de bes a Tum a hash Tum a Heap of Rabbit Tum a he a Little pot simmer big pot Bubble a Tum a hash Tum a Heap dump Fin flirt like he done got in trouble flirt in he flip t a Tum a hash Tum a Heap in he Alifi Twel he Loci Fike he double on ize the a tra Nger. Peeled and i this was what we sex Ungry Joe with perfect who could so manipulate the Star route jury and that or. Dickson was the Foreman of the jury entry secure a conviction. Bowen proceed say of Rabbit Tum to Halx m. J a pot he bigger Dan de frying a Tom a hash Tum a Heap in Pun Dis ground i take my Stan a 1 druther be a bigger Dan a put it a we Ite Man a Tum a hash Tum a Heap 1 of Rabbit Tum arh Ashl a a Nigger lie Tomsk Ito Iii fire Antorin Tum a hash Tum a Heap. Of do run yer miss Sooky blues Kin a of forget Ter put Dat seas nine a if a Tum a hash Tum a heart of w m. When Partridge Call a Bob White Bob White Quot pm a Tum a Nash Tum a Heap does you dogs bite?1 a ooh yes at night be say that in my Day it has been Good Fortune to have heard and associated with Rowan Bledsoe Barry Clay Crittenden Hardin. Wickliff Wooley Robertson a fawkner Underwood Breckinridge the Heads Menifee the marshalls and last though not the least of All by deceased brother the senator and on this Side the River with Burnet and Hammond. Ewing and Wade Este and Storer and Lytle Fox and Hunter and j. Welch Corwin and harder and k. Collins Morris and Fishlock Stan Berry and Goddard and Disney Creighton and Bond and e. King Sill Douglass Murphy and Leonard Wright my Walker and Many others of the departed and numbers of the living their equals ally All of them circuit court lawyers stars of the first magnitude m any so Perez differing each from the other in the Light of their rays but each in its orbit was a fixed Start controlling spirits in All the Public All airs of the Day tote act of whose lives Are great leading facts tending to Fate press civilization. And to Day if any student of oratory or logic or law4 strives to Fina the Ideal of imagination Persona Ted in real life if any statesman is Uncertain into what Channel and by what winds the ship of state shall be safely guided if any american a Phi desires to know what patriotism manliness Honor integrity bravery and Justice they All can find in the lives of these great departed lawyers an example fully typified for their guidance and imitation and can taste the germ of All the i Rabie and the Only thing lacking to make it perfect was a clause allowing the a tort to pass upon Laws to determine their constitutionally before they a passed As is i custom Iii Maine. In submitting the amendment to the people said the judg Ltd a must have nerf ticket voted by any parlor contain a line Reading a for constitutional amendment yes a we must have no or. Harrison % providing for which was Cesta ate in an adoption of the amen me amp ish a he a 11 the question was then submitted first whether the Daugherty substitute which was judge Yaples Bill Shaft be adopted and this was loto the original j amendment As amended was then put Ana unanimously a triad. Tin following is the full text of the amendment which will be submitted a a vote of the people next amendments to a in. Of the Constitution. Section 1. The judicial Power of the state a vested in a supreme court circuit courts court of common pleas courts of probate justices of the peace and such other courts inferior to the supreme court As the general Assembly Maff from time to time establish. Quot a Sec. 2. The supreme court shall until otherwise provided by Law. Consist of Jive judges a majority of whom competent to sit shall be necessary to form a quorum or to pronounce a decision except As hereinafter prowl de a ii Gunal jurisdiction into tic ammo and proce Dendo and such pc i i i t shall have original jul mandamus Hareas Coytt appellate jurisdiction Law. It shall hold year at the. Seat a i go terms there or else by Law. The judges j be elected by the Al for such term not 1 general Assembly be elected and their such time As May the general Assembly of such judges the i Dit on a judges shall after their first Al judges of the Supre except in elections As May be provided by t least one term in a refit emment and such other Here As May be provided the supreme court tors of the state at than five years As m my t Uliey fac a Rito Tol it. Exceeding t n equal number Cial term shall by Ghi at fixed by Law. In can shall increase the number t term of each of such and such that in each year Ion an equal number of court so Mil be elected fill vacancies and when such judges shall be in�?1 divisions thereof not division to consist of for the the a quorum and such a to each division May by May deem expedient but judges of either division of concur Asio the judg herein or whenever a Cas of an act ofor of an act of Cong res the whole court for Adja of the supreme court Ever the number off such judge Ehr Ilvah creased the general asst ably May organize note each t i f it it Toviy f cases a majority of Gaea i and division shall constr assignment of the sign Ade it 14 i it Oes to dogs meter a Sun yes at it intr of Den mister Rabbit Lif hero Tomigi. Light. Good nature continued a i see you do not recognize me. I am Tony Drexel son of or. Drexel of Drexel Morgan amp co. Done to you recollect oars for use in Case of necessity have not been used so far on Thi Gutti tired to or not i done to Kingto upon reaching the other Side i stepped into a Gate and then i said a in a Home now and ill defend i May said a i have a straight shot a but that was when a was coming towards me. After reaching the door Yard i again demanded to know who he was and he said he was a policeman. I answered a you re a very singular policeman a told i tried to explain but he Cut me off by saying a it done to make a Dan bit of difference whether you re auditor or president you be got to i replied a ill not resist an officer a and we started for the police station. Ill admit i cursed after the arrest and ill curse again if i Ever have the Opportunity and in a better prepared to meet a Here the court interrupted with the remarks a never mind colonel the complaint is As a result of the affair it is More than probable that Penny will lose position As he has been cited to appear before the police Board saturday night. He was sharply rebuked by Captain Thomas of oven Force and chief Williamson of the City Force for making the latest. Is built of narrow strips one Balf Inch by one fourth and the length of the Craft. 3k nine foot paddle is carried by the skillful use of which she can be made to go at the rate of four Miles an hour. Or. Neides Canoe is named the Aurora and is of the Princess Model. She was built by Rushton of Canton n. She is 15 feet Long 31 inches beam carries two Lateen sail of about 70 feet an Atwood folding Center pole and unfolding out Rig a a a a Zid oars for use in Case of necessity similar to those in use on the other boat. In these boats they carry their provisions clothing tents &c., and when the weather is favourable for camping out at night the canoes Are hauled ashore and the tents each 6x7, comfortably shelter the traveler tin til the next canoeists undertook their present voyage with Tho sole object of improving their health which was failing them very fast. Their present splendid appearance is ample testimony of the beneficial effects of to mentioned some circumstances connected with or. Wilde s visiting the banking House incidents that he had got hold of Only by weeks of patient investigation. Or. Wilde was disarmed of suspicion and when the proper moment came hungry Joe produced the usual bait a i have a lottery ticket her a he said a which has drawn a prize and if you will come with me to the office i la just get it cashed its right in the neighbourhood a or. Wilde went with hungry Joe to a place in fifteenth Street near third Avenue. It had been extensively fitted up As a lottery office and two men were engaged in attending to the business of the concern. To Drew Money. Or. Wilde became interested and the result was that he took a hand. He played the a envelope he won at first then lost $2,700, which lie paid in checks. Hungry Joe urged on with All the skill of an expert. The numbered cards put into the envelope were carefully and plainly marked Tor or. Wilde a Benefit and were also carefully a a flashed for the Benefit of the Bunko men. Finally Oscar realized that he was making an ass of himself and went and told the police Captain Williams what he had done. The payment of the checks were stopped. Or. Wilde recognized a photograph of Joe. Joe left town but has hungry he turned. And a been interviewed. He. A that Wilde lost about $700 in Bills and then began. To give checks. He threatened the Bunko men with arrest but they convinced that it would be imprudent to try that a ill was a Man of Force and character and evident a Man fully capable of impressing convictions. He was the qualified Man to Wield the Star route jury and bring them round into the line to suit Dickson would accomplish of Money was within once be paid to . Bowen promised to see that or. Dickson received the Money if he secured the conviction of the Star route defendants. Two hours later Bowen again accosted witness and said that he wanted to assure that proposition had been a legitimate and sincere one and that to prove its sincerely he would place the Money in the hands of any reliable person Dickson. Bowen offered to give the Money to witness to hold Tor or. Dickson and to assure showed appointment and the Tidball letter and stated it that he was going to Arizona on a pleasure trip and had got this appointment to cover expenses. Bowen invited witness to accompany Hoover and Gameron on their w Estten trip but witness declined. Witness disclaimed any connection with the startling on Bowen had made to and reused to communicate them to Dickson or to have any mpg to do with them. They then parted fat it a the night. Witness continued to Tell relations with Bowen. Governor Wells continued to object., and judge Snell turned to sharply and a Aid a i am resolved in this Case not to allow myself to he blinded or bothered or circumscribed by technicalities of this kind that will shut out a Tum a hash Tum a Heap of Rabbit to a a hash a Kate Fields failure. Light from Thea the Dukes Nutt affair. A their present trip was arranged to take place about two years ago but could not be taken until this year when they left Lorna Island Lake George on August 19th, a double tragedy a v. The engagement of co Toriel John j. Coppin Ger of the United state army and miss Alice Stan Wood Blaine eldest daughter of exp Here tary Blaine which has been known to friends Tor some time Pastis now formally announced. It is rumoured that the marriage will take place in feb rus next in Washington. girls ire romping with boisterous laughter in a hotel at Nice. Thep comes the shocked Matrol a frit heavens Sake Mabel done to take you for one of those horrid american one of this sweetly designated class chancing to overhear says gently a i guess not with those awfully big feet.? chief Justice Sharwood of Pennsylvania said in a speech at a Philadelphia banquet Given in to Rimari i retirement from the Bench a indeed it May be questioned whether great learning is a desirable Quality in a judge. Be is Apt to wish to display it on All occasions by elaborate and tedious opinions and delivering changes unintelligible to Chicago last year put up 5,630 new buildings with a frontage of fourteen Miles Lineal measure. Let us lie. I tongued by 6,280 equals 73,920 a Lineal feet of frontage Tor 5,630 houses 73,920 divided by 5,630 equals 18.1�?thirteen feet frontage Tot each House. We Are afraid the Man who measured the mileage was not As Able bodied a liar As the Man who counted the Bouses. Philadelphian is miss Rowe of Boston has written a play Tor seven girls. The scene opens with the girls talking separately. In the second act they Are All talking at once. In the third act the talk is continued and in the fourth act there is a grand Climax. A Seff Tant comes in with the information that there is a Man at the gite and All i h up stairs to fix up while the curtain Falls to Tom i Lasly. Elj new York Sun the House of representatives Usu tweet to Day for the purpose of adjourning until Satur Day on saturday it Yvell meet to adjourn Fly Hejri week. Red Cloud called again Jye to to of to be Fie Tetory Teller. He said he merely Wisott do to urge the compliments of the season and would Call again next week it is thru the White Man and the red Man Glide through the he a Days in Washington. Lady Wilde who is not merely renowned As the Mother of Oscar but who thirty years ago was As a Esperanza a the poetess of Young Ireland communicates to London weekly a for views on a mat Over and a people Are growing weary a she tells us a a of the flippant grotesque and Are haunted by a de ire for some nobler communion of souls. I. A. Quot a. A vhf. Women live to apart from practical life that their opinion on grave deep subjects is Worth the Little folks of Montgomery n. Y., maybe pardoned if they have a Little scepticism about Banta Claus hereafter. At a gathering of sunday school children on Christmas Day the saints Beautiful White ringlets took fire. That made it necessary not Only to strip off Cotton wig bid he was rolled on the Floo and had dish water poured Over . Then he stood Forth a badly singed Young villager. Not even the vivid imagination of childhood can tolerate the idea of a Santa clan pm that. A Lulli. Or. John b. Stetson a prominent hat manufacturer of Philadelphia is said this year to have a pent $20,000 in making Christmas gifts to 700 employees not counting some other such trifles As three Twenty year ,000 life insurance policies and a Hundred shares of building and loan association Al Tok. The gifts included Twenty three Gold watches three Sealskin Xeques fifteen fun lined cloaks and several Hundred pairs of kid gloves. In return or. Stetson received a Superb Bronze chiming clock i Worth $350, and some other Choice mementos. Every now and then the chronologically Remote and geographically Distant heirs of some �?oorig8itolietor�?� claim several pieces or Marcels of ground in Washington and make tip f a purse for some attorney who haste a to the Capitol and runs against the statute of it Itati if. The posterity of one John Blad a Dent Oral who a a la in Fitl tobacco before Brad docks Teltoe where the Capitol White House and intermediate Public buildings now stand Hare arranged to eject the government and turn a jilted Lover murders Lov and kills himself. St. Louis mo., dec. 28.�? special a at Belleville 111, just thirty minutes ride from St. Louis William Walton killed sweetheart Jane Mil Bourn to Day and then blew out own brains. Walton was a Young englishman Twenty two years old and came from new Castle to Belleville six months ago. He went to boarding in the House of a. Stephenson a widower and Tor whom Jane Milbourn Twenty one years old was working As housekeeper. Walton fell in love with her and she pretended to reciprocate affection. He proposed to her and she accepted and there was talk of their being married on Christmas Day. About this time Stephenson thought housekeeper was Worth keeping and he set in in Cap for her. He had More Money than Walton and Jane Milbourn who is a widow and knows the value of wealth jumped at her second and what appeared Best Chance accepted Stephenson a offer of marriage and got ready to become mrs. Stephenson on new years Day. News of j this latter arrangement was not slow in reaching the ears of Walton. He said that if rite would not marry he would not let her marry any one else. On Christmas Day he told her of what he had heard and said he would give her three Days in which to make no her mind As to whether she preferred marriage to death. This morning the time for the answer arrived and Walton called out to the girl. She had anticipated trouble however and had left the House and had gone to that of mrs. Cooper a neighbor. He followed her there and dragged her into a room. Mrs. Cooper heard demonstrating with Tho girl heard cry a id heard the firl say a baby tears Are easily then mrs. Cooper heard a pistol shot. She rushed into the room and saw the girl sitting of their canoes Safe y through ittle soda Creek and for three Days on a sofa. Her face was White and was rapidly settling to death when �to�-shotwa8 Heam another pistol shot was h distance South of the House. I this time a Short miss Milbourn expired almost instantly and mrs. Cooper who had Glt and hastened out into the Yard. Walton was Lead gone to her assistance covered the remains ipg upon Back in the mud dead with a Bui let Liole in left Eye and still holding the pistol in rapidly stiffening hand. The shots had been heard by neighbors and in a Short time almost the entire population of West Belleville had gathered about the House anxious to learn the particulars of the double tragedy. The Coroner was immediately summoned and de with the inquest returning a verdict in dance with the facts. A desperate deed. A Pittsburg Man murders wife in a a Fife Bawdy hosts. Pw7�burg, dec 27.�?imperial. A the announcement that Watnes Clark a member of one of the Best families in toe City had toot and killed wife in a disreputable House Early this Nirta speak like wind fire to Day and formed the absorbing topic of conversation in ail circles. Clark is a brother of John Clark of the Farmers National Bank. Although gifted with natural ability and with friends who were ready to Assis in any legitimate undertaking he but Loose from them and the prospects of an honorable career and became a Well known sporting character. Two or Tore years ago he met geox3rijlong. She was then an occupant of a disreputable House and had beet for some time. To some persons she said her name was Mollie Gillespie and that she had influential friends in Beaver county but she never spoke much of her past life. She was Beautiful and smiled on Clark and he became infatuated with her. About a year Aud a half ago they were married. Since then she has continued to live at a disreputable House. Those who know both state that they were continually fighting about to meting. It is not knows however that to Ever threatened to take her life. That resolve May have been formed Only last evening. That it was carried out with wonderful coolness there is no doubt five minutes before toe crime was committed the two were apparently on the to test terms and chatted pleas Antly with the inmates of the House. Then they went to the room occupied by the wife and bolted the door. Clark could not have been More than a foot Distant from victim when he fired the shot which killed her. Her Temple was covered with powder and smoke. From the position in which her body Lay. It was evident that immediately after going into the room he had Tola her he was going to kill her. Then she screamed and started toward toe door which had been bolted when they entered the room he followed and presenting the revolver close to her head fired. What became of Clark a after he left the scene of crime can Only be surmised. He had not been captured at last accounts. The Only Eory of the murder is that it was the result of a drunks Resolution on the part of Clark to rid himself once a ref forever of tits disgraceful Alliance which had been successfully concealed from friends to two years but in account of which he must Hare been in constant oar of a expo rare. W with the intention of cruising to the Erie canal through the canal to Buffalo across Lake Erie to Cleveland thence by the Ohio canal to Portsmouth and the Ohio River a Aid by that River and the to the Gulf. Arriving at the Erie canal they followed it to Belle Isle where a bad break in the canal forced them to place their a Noel of wagons and begin a search for water. Hav ing transported their Little Craft for a distance of three Miles they Rea Mcd Lake Onondaga and then they cruised by the Seneca River and Oswego River and canal to Oswego from there they proceeded to Little Sodus Creek by Way of Lake Ontario. On this Lake the mariners were visited by some of the heaviest seas they had Ever experienced but their Good sea mail he and the staunch Ness enabled them to the angry Waters. At a storm drove them in they Lay win bound at the end of this time the storm showing no signs of abatement the mariners loaded their canoes on a train and went Back the Erie canal which they Al allowed to Buffalo. Tempestuous weather on Lake Erie caused the travellers to embark on a train for Olean n. Y., where they cont lived their voyage by Way of the Allegheny River. The trip Down this River was very delightful although the water was rather Low and somewhat retarded travel. Arriving at Warren pa., they met several canoeists one of them a lady. In october 20th they reached Pittsburg on october 24th they had their first sail being favored with a fair wind nearly All Day enabling 4hem to make a fair run. Of they continued on their journey Down the Ohio and nothing of any note transpired until they readied Marietta on october 28, where they were received by three canoeists who extended 4hem the most hospitable reception. They left Marietta the next Day one of the canoeists accompanying them Down the Ohio As far As Parkersburg. Just below Portsmouth the voyagers experienced their first Rainy weather and were forced to Camp opposite Quincy Tkv. They made very slow Progress both Down the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers principally because of the Low water in the former Ana the dense fogs on both the Fop sometimes remaining is late As 9 of clock in the ing. They came along by easy stages and reached Cincinnati on november 9, at 2 of clock in the afternoon where they remained several thursday november 16, the canoeists left Cincinnati and proceeded Down the River reaching Louisville of november 22 Here they accomplished what had been considered an impossible feat in canoeist in High water that of crossing Over the Falls in the Ohio. They were piloted Over miss Nutt s virtue and purity of character affirmed Dukes extraordinary conduct. Purrs bub pa., dec. 28.�? special a a deep mystery surrounds the murder of Captain a. Cd Nutt cashier of toe state Treasury of Union town by legislator elect Dukes. Until to Day miss Lizzie Nutt daughter of the deceased was ignorant of the manner in which her name has been coupled with the Mircu stances of her fathers death and the strongest presumption that can be raised of her innocence and purity that she has drawn no inferences from toe killing of her father by one who had been in the habit of visiting her. If there were any truth in the stories about her and their Only source is the correspondence of Dukes toe would have readily divined the cause of to to Tal encounter and in the mental suffering which she has been undergoing would hardly have been Able to exercise sufficient self will to restrain her from self accusation. She always has been and i to Day in Public estimation Here As Chaste Tod pure As show. No breath of scandal was Ever blown across her name before toe tragedy of sunday. The letters of Dukes to her totter Are the sole Fountain of All the gossips affecting her reputation and upon Dukes will devolve the responsibility of proving the terrible stories he has committed to writing a mask which new considered an utter impossibility. That miss Nutt is in any other condition than that which a virtuous girl should be is denied in the most emphatic terms. To Day the Young girl was informed of Dukes allegations touching her character Aii of which she denied emphatically thereby deepening the mystery As to the motives of the crime. Dukes letters Are yet to be made Public. The substance of these letters the Public already has in the knowledge that they charge laxity of virtue. It is claimed that they treat of nip pig else. The details Are so Gross As to create Surprise that a person would have so Little judgment so Little manhood and feeling As to com Mit them to writing and Send them to the Roud High spirited father when he must hav Nown that lie was passionately devoted to the child of whom they were written. Miss Ella m. Valentine a Beautiful Young woman who resides in Allegheny City stated to a reporter to Day that Dukes who is an cd a Jug Quaintance and former suitor of hers less than two weeks ago on meeting her for the first time in several years pleaded with her to marry at once that very evening. She refused when he left her in great anger. It is stated that at the same time he was engaged to miss Gelson of Union town in addition to paying miss Nutt attentions.-. Vij a i upriver continuing said that when he returned to few restaurant about 4 30 p. My a on August 23, he met Bowen and Bowen asked whether he had seen or. Dickson. Witness said he had. Bowen asked whether witness had told or. Dickson what he had told witness on the previous night witness said that he had not and did not intend to do anything of the kind. Bowen continues to press witness about Dickson and the Star route matters but witness declined to talk and tried to leave but Bowen stopped and told for gods Sake to say nothing about conversations with As it would bring disgrace upon the attorney general and Damn Bowen for Ever. The following Day August 24th, Hoover Cameron and Bowen were at establishment and Hoover and Cameron had settled their Bills and told that they would leave town that night. Witness had seen Bowen and Dickson together afterwards. The defense then handed Over the witness to governor Wells. The witness said at the conclusion of Cross examination that he had certain terrible disclosures to make in addition to these and had hoped that they would draw them out but. As they Hadar to he Klip it few Missitti to state them. The court asked the nature of these statements. Witness said he wanted to describe an interview with governor Wells on the 22d of this month and a very important interview with Bowen on the night of the 26th, he wished to testify that Bowen had come to at restaurant toe a fuss that he Bowen had perjured himself and or. Dickson had told the truth that he was the unfortunate tool in the hands of Brewster Cameron judge Hoover and other scoundrels and had done All that he had done at their instigation. Jill of ill Lulli v. Governor Wells put in an objection Between every word., Quot judge Snell said that he would recommend the immediate Issue of a warrant for by Wen Tor perjury. A a so of a a or. Driver having been refused the privilege of making disclosures the court adjourned until to Morrow. The co operative principle As applied to ,. A r. I ,. A a re a. A. Sofce psst new yowl Dee. 27.�? sgt Ca Al a the closing of the co operate Milf dress Assoc Piton has created a sensation in the dry goods Aud millinery Trade of the City. The assets As reported Are about $244,000, toe liabilities about $125,000. The receiver of h. Smith says however that no accurate statement can be made. He thinks the cos amp a to Rio to All debts and it May re open and go on As usual. The depression of Trade % caused the f failure. Miss Kate Field the president did not resign two weeks ago As was reported. There Are no preferences and the receiver was appointed to avoid eating up. The Stock in attachments for Small sums. Of the future of the co operative dress association the Star to Day says a general regret will be Felt at the failure of the association. From the report published elsewhere it appears that the Experiment did not succeed that the income dropped behind the expenditures that the affairs of the concern began to Drift and that without waiting for the worst to come the managers concluded to suspend business when Thev could not meet every liability. It is not to association hut toe Experiment that has failed. It is not difficult understand Why this disaster has befallen an Enterprise which was inaugurated with a Little eclat and Pease Collet Hitchcock Lane j. C. W Grimke Wood w. Walker and others equals. As the keen critical attention of and to in favor. The idea met with very general approval a Mph er3y aha address of miss Field won something like admiration and people wished Success to the scheme for her Sake. But the practical difficulties in the Way of such an Enterprise were almost insuperable. The House was brought immediately into Sharp Competition with the great thoroughly organized establishments of the City which have grown up from Small beginnings which have the Best trained Aud skilled and experienced business capacity in every department which have All the capacity they can use Bichvan the a and unlimited credit and a de sold in any line they make a special Tyi i consequence was that the association offered smaller Stock of goods at higher prices than its older and Richer rivals lie though Well disposed toward too Enterprise found it could buy goods More advantageously elsewhere and there were not co operators enough to fill the deficiency. There was but one conclusion to such an unequal contest. In fact the co operative element in the Enterprise was not a controlling or feature of it. It was in fac a corporation and a somewhat Clumsy of for too a a or the Faliti Fiji is now to be regretted As it May discourage future efforts to apply the co operative principle in More practical ways. Fill clubbed to death. Mahone on the rampage. A useful Telephone. Communication with a a pause ensued pres by w. S. Devan of the life saving station no. 10. His boat was half filled with water in the attempt while the canoes did not ship any water. So they reached Cairo on Decell it or 4, Only stopping to get their mail after which they pushed right ahead. Memphis was reached on thursday december 14. They Day where the canoeists experienced the first very cold Day of the trip. At Island no. 10, which is about seven Miles below they cams of d put and were caught in the heaviest kind of a Gale running the Mercury Down to Zero which held them in Camp All the next Day. The following Day they started out the weather being quieter but the wind springing up the Spray encased the Canoe and the persons of the canoeists in ice. This terrible weather lasted eight Days and but few Miles a Day could be made. On the fourth Day a Camp was made on an Island in a Bayou and next morning the were compelled to Cut their Way throw an Inch of ice for three quarters of a mile into the main Stream. A ton the Mississippi rough water was experienced very often and occasionally the Poats were driven ashore. Or. Niece accounted for this from the fact that the wind blowing against Tho current causes the water to become very Choppy and hard for the canoes to navigate. Of course in the Gulf or on deep water the wind does not produce this effect hence the Canoe has no difficulty in making head Jgr. The rate of Progress made on the trip has been 65, 75, and sometimes 85, Miles a a Lav. Heed wind apart from the cold were the greatest obstacles the canoeists had Tong intend with. With the exception of a ont 100 Miles by sail the balance of tree 2,700 Miles was made by paddles. The canoeists express themselves As very much pleased with what Riley saw along the Sippi River especially after they it relieves a devoted wife a anxiety. The varied uses to which the Telephone can be put have not been half told. A Well known member of one of the oldest firms in the City walked into a prominent store on fourth Street after evidently having had a Tustle with a bottle or two of extra dry and got the worst of Stone a a Twohig last week about half past seven of clock and requested of its proprietor toe use of Telephone. The proprietor courteously assented the Crank waa turned and the following Conyers Tiou occurred a hello a a a please put me in West seventh entry a a hello a a a Mumm a. A y v is Izaak >3 a is Liat Psia Mary a a yes who Are you a a a in a Ned pm at Loveland and i find i Cap get Home to night. I missed my connection and its impossible for me to get Home before a a in a so sorry Ned i shall be awfully lonely without a i know it. Dear but done to worry. Ill be Home All right in the morning. Kiss the babies Tell them not to forget papa and Good the gentleman rung the Crank and turned away saying a what a blessed invention the Telephone is but it can to transmit a Many a he then rejoined companions who were awaiting at the doorway and strolled away so he blows Blue blazes at not it k and Bay a re or. Becky a retort. Washington dec. 22.�? several of the Taid old senators like Edmunds and Hoar had spoken their commonplaces on the civil service Bill and two thirds of the senators were in toe cloak rooms smoking their cigars and cracking their jokes to while away the time when a voice pitched in a High key rang out from toe Toft of toe pie siding office ifs Toser a emr. President a Lull pm a looking Down from toe report is Gal Lery in the direction of the voice there was discovered 1. A 4 a a str x a behind it a tall angular thin chested Man with arms so Long that he might scratch Knees without bending face was leaner than body throwing has Long Sharp nose Forward in such startling Relief As to suggest a razor thrust. His Beard half White Feal Black like politics flowed half was to Eye be Small and a restless looked do Floto a shaggy brows As if suspecting some lurking danger. It was senator Mahone and when the president of the Senate recognized the a senator from Virginia a the cloak rooms were quickly emptied and the seats were As a Masly Oce Ulof he unfolded a Long Roll of manuscript and began Reading a speech on civil service Reform which was not remarkable except the Ftp it gave no Clear idea of real position on that question. In fact the greater part of it was a defense of the methods employed by in Virginia he gave a Long array of statistics the Engineer of Central Park mysteriously Mur it Ler a. A new York dec. 28.�? s it Ceil a Tobias Lyness the Engineer of the Central Park is dead. No one at the Park where lie has been employed for fifteen years knew to night of the particulars of death. A reporter Learned that Lyness lived at 154 East forty ninth Poteet and Wottie there. Lyness wife is a dress maker. Lyness Mother i Daw mrs. Dunne brother in Law and janitor Sullivan related the following a at noon yesterday Tobias left the Arsenal and crossed the Central Park to eighth ufos pm there he got on a fifty ninth Street ear to come it was just 1 of clock Home. He t out of the car at third Avenue. Scuffling fit tos Hass Topi he ran up stairs and found Tobias struggling with a policeman. Sullivan noticed that Tobias was bleeding. Pmj Poby. . To Back of the head. St Eppg App Oftos around and supported . Tobias tried to strike the policeman saying a you Cfaft Fefee me land ill give it to the it policeman told to go inside and said that Tobias had fallen. Or. Wallace was sent for and found three deep cuts of the Scalp Aud a compound fracture of the Skull. Lyness coat sleeves were torn As if he had had a scuffle. Or. Wallace remarking that Lyness must a ave fallen on Verv hard stones Lyness answered a i did not fall. I was clubbed by a policeman. He gave me the Sti k. For or. Wallace left Lyness at 3 of clock. Lyness Lay Down. At 5 of clock he complained of intense pain in the head and wanted vinegar. Mrs. Dunne tried to. Cheer up. He kept repeating a i did no to deserve. That clubbing. I believe he a finished me. At 6 of clock be died. At the fifty first Street station the sergeant said that no policeman had reported finding a Man who had met with such an the striking potters. Can and figures the purpose of which seemed to be to show that he had not been Over raising Campaign funds from the office holding before Closi greedy in Elionai no remarks however Nebeck Bayard and others who had a rascally bookkeeper class. Pitched urged an investigation of canvass. He said that the charge made by these and other Senatore that he had assessed one legged soldiers widows and orphans and everybody else holding government office was so false that in any other place than the Senate he wet characterize it in terms that Puld carry with them a sting that no gentleman could Misander this created a stir on the democratic Side of the chamber. Mahone was in a High state of excitement and it was evident he meant to convey the most extreme significance to words. After he had taken sent or. Beck a Ose and said that he had urged the investigation of the Virginia Campaign because he thought great wrongs had in of committed there. He had to right As a senator to ask for such an investigation and he understood from senator Mahones remarks that he courted it. �?o1 am sure a said or. Beck a the senator May safely Trust the senator from Vermont to give a fair hearing. As to the other matter if the senator Means to hint that the code so prevalent in Virginia just now ought to be resorted to by me a Tell frankly that i wont fight this critical situation at East Liverpool Liat one of the Leader. Says about Ujj. Pittsburg penn., dec. 27.�? amp at East Liverpool Ohio Are still in a critical no serotto a a sly a a a to Fri a Feik. Ing potters was reported to Day. The knights of labor in this City Are terribly excited on account of the proclamation of the mayor of inst Liverpool. Or. A. C. Ranklin the head of toe order in this District said to Day a it looses As though the manufacturers Are endeavouring to provoke a riot. This proclamation issued by the mayor i have been informed indirectly was preg jigged by or. Knowles of the firm of Knowles Taylor amp Knowles or. Hill a lawyer and the mayor. The Only object i can see about it is to try and prevent the locked out men from showing themselves on the Street the proclamation forbids men from exercising their rights As citizens and prohibits them from hissing hooting sneezing or even whistling on the Street it forbids them assembling on the streets alleys and highways or from unlawfully congregating in any building or other place. Frito the tone of the proclamation it vital principles which inspire Many a efforts and stimulate aspirations for Tho attainment of All the grand possibilities of human existence Aye. For that glory and Honor and immortality which remains a when the stars fade gentlemen my language to the Scholastic taste May seem to be swollen redundant and grandiloquent but such hearer must remember that my song is but the rehearsal of the footprints of giants nothing gift the Roll cell of those who led the Way whenever and wherever any original state policy executive judicial or legislative has been or had to be inaugurated in this grand Republic of ours and that then and there the i affect the heart the Tongue and pen of some circuit court lawyer created the magic and Lent the enchantment for the completion of such work. And who but circuit court a lawyers beginning with Patrick Henry the a Saddle bags lawyer a As he was called have up heaved Ripe mountains of error of All the past and Rai revolution have evolved out of the chaos Liberty with Law As her shield and order As her scepter such was the audience that stood at the footlights of the stage on which the Early judges of the sister states were actors and from which Justice was dispensed without Sale denial or delay. A when the curtain rises on that Side of the River we behold Boyle Owsley and Mills the judges of the old Ohrt of appeals of Kentucky men once ousted out of office and forcibly deprived of All their j judicial Power by an unconstitutional act of usurpation by the legislature of that state but who survived the civil rebellion and were restored to Power and who with their successors Robertson Buckner Underwood Nichols Marshall and others for Many years thereafter were an ornament to the Bench of that court. And Here on this Side of ther River we behold t. Scott Burnet Mclean Sherman Pease Collet Hitchcock Lane j. C. Wright their a audience is intensely fixed on such a Bench the anxious inquiry arises a what Are these judges doing a a Jip judg Thompsons address was delivered in the Earnest energetic style Peculiar to the lawyers of the old school and met with a Hearty reception. The committee on admissions reported the following additional names Warren Minger Dayton w. E. Evans Chillicothe Daniel j. Ryan Portsmouth Henry Collings Manchester Chas. Townsend Athens John Mccauley Tiffin j. W. Coulter a amp lion Austin w. Vorhis Jas it a Miliara of Row tag Green. Top Jln a the import of toe cd up Felt a judicial administration and Lessil few orig was by agreement of wednesday made the special order of business for yesterday morning. This report As rendered provided for a constitutional amendment for the creation of a new court to be fender As a circuit a ourt which be the successor to the District court but Dif facts from it m having no connection with the common pleas courts. The my leave toe fixing of the number of judges and establishing the boundaries and number of circuits to the legislature. To this Bill Hon. M. A. Daugherty of. Columbus offered a subsets into to Ujj the Franklin county bar which provides for the creation of a circuit court inferior to to supreme court consisting of two or More judges for each circuit. The whole number of judges shall be Twenty two of whom shall be residents and be chosen by the electors in each of the ten judicial districts. This Enort shall have orig fial jurisdiction in quo vex Ivrano Kahi tos Dar Ems and in fit Dendo a a a tithe same appellate jurisdiction in All respects As that now conferred by Law on the District courts and All Laws applicable to the District courts shall govern the circuit courts except that the circuit court shall not have toe Power to Reserve matters to the supreme comr to trial it fails to come to a decision. The supreme court shall not have Power to reverse or modify a a. I a �7 /. A i a a a. S. T or Quot let it a a Aslany judgment or order of too circuit Coort on the ground that toe same is against toe weight of evidence or is not sustained by sufficient evidence except in civil cases or proceedings wherein there is not the trial by jury and toe matter in controversy is of the value of not less than $500, and in criminal cases wherein Tai conviction is of felony. J Josf Fth the circuit judge shall once a year appoint a presiding judge and he shall assign the judges to such circuits As he deems fit All the judges to go into any District and not be confined to the one in which they were elected. Judge Yuple moved an amendment to or. Daugherty a substitute As follows a resolved that this association is in favor of a court intermediate Between the court of common pleas and the supreme court possessing Triet cout t made As such to a whenever All the hearing a Case shall ment to be in a a my Fig shall involve the the general ass cab it shall he reserved dictation. The jul who May be to o takes effect shall terms expire. S Sec. 6. To Cire original jurisdiction Ana such appellate be when this amendment until their Tine in office uni it courts shall have he with the supreme court Ris diction As May be provided by Law. Such courts shall be com be m posed is of such number of judges As may�9 provided by Law and shall be held in each county at least once in each year and the Boun Aarie by Law. Such circuit by the e and for such by Law and t be elected in Eye be competent to sex the number of circuits. Bed Hereof shall be Presori shall he elected in each thereof and at such time As May be Prestr Pfeto e same number shall circuit. Each judge shall Rise he any circuit. The general Assembly May Chan get from time to time me a Toto re a but und Aries of the circuits. The circuit courts shall be the successors of the District courts and All cases judgments records and proceedings pending in said District courts in the several counties of any District shall fee transferred to the circuit courts in the several counties and be Pic needed in As though said District courts had not been abolished and the District court shall continue in existence until the in Eli and qualification of the judges of the circuit courts. The report m the nominating committee was read and adopted. The officers of the association for the ensuing year will be the following president Hon. J r. A. Harrison of Franklin county. A Viee-presideats-4hon. George Llo Adly Georg Spence a amp St a toil Tom Itti Alhi Holhi Hon. J. Ii. Thou Knowles Hon. T. Speer Iii a Secretary a. T. Holmes of Frank Jiu county. Treasurer Tel Ford Groes Beck of Hamilton county. I a a committee of twelve will be appointed of Itoe incoming president Torresen it to the legs ill to f a it 7ivr . Pm. M say a i Iff f. To Fth a a m k Shour emptor judge Hoadly the opinion of the passage of the As the Davis Bill representatives Cliency of the Cou therefore highly a Resol ution r ered a Resolution a Tost in e Ohio state bar a i Morf Nimr Senate Bill commonly known of pending in the House a ill tend to increase the Effi of the United states and is it was adopted. Nesting to to Home court top apply for a commission in their Aid As a Means of obtaining the Relief so greatly needed was adopted. Committees were appointed As follows v executive com Tiit teen a. D. Marshall Dayton Justin h. Tyler Napoleon we. Al Upson . Smith Circleville c. H. Schrey Delaware c. H. Greeve Noar Athens a. W. Train Zanesville Rush Taggert Salem John Mccauley Tiffin committee on admissions a. D. Miller Frank a a a Ottav amp Carpenter Mansfield a a p. A. Laubie Salem h. A a. A v v v a a a a a a /. A a Quot v a judicial administration had Ohn # a. A Bop a Miil Ron t David i. Brown Ottawa caries Kent Tole to t. A. Minshall Chillicothe a. K. Dunn Al Moore 1st a a a Quot. ,7"�?. A a a a a i a a. 77-. J Lin w. C. G. K Young Ripley Cope St. Cd airs Earhardt Galio committee o Legal Reform a. .-�7. 7 1. �?�7 a in in a a i Portsmouth Mas i x a a or. A re a a so Gilead Zanesville. We Sanderson Youngs to in Van Fleet Marion. Committee on Legal education a. M. Smith Lebanon s. H. Prophet Lima Homer Goodwin Sandusky a. F. Cowen. Batavia a. R. Mclntyre it. Vernon a. Vav. Vorhes Pomeroy t. A Emerson Barnesville mgt c. Mcnaboe Youngstown i. C. Doughterty Kenton. Committee on grievances John Little Xenia j. L. H. Long Ottawa Samuel a Williamson Geo. Lincoln London a. W. Smith Ashland m. D. Follett Marietta h. T. Stockw Elk Philadelphia h. B. Woodbury Jeffe Zison Whitley Findlay. Committee on Legal biography a. Elliot Dayton Isaiah pillars Lima j. E. Ingersoll w. Ii. Safford cell Lienthe it. Toni Tot Orts Mouth j. H. Miller Steubenville 8 Hunter Newark a. W. Jones Youngstown a. B. Johnson Kenton j the first District or Hamilton county com i Steeme were not announced until a a toe above were in copt these appointments As follows f. Executive committee John w. Reifon 4feji Mittee on judicial administration and Legal Reform general Durbin Ward committee on a missions w. A Davidson committee on i education. Judge Judson Harmon Cosmo on grievances Samuel f. Hunt committee pm = Legal biography Samuel j. Thompso the committee on Legal Edmy Tion recommended a state Law College to put Ohio on a with other states in the Way of Legal education. This closed the business sessions of to a a nation and the Only remaining item to be attended to it As the benue t at the Burnet House tendered by the bar of Hamilton county to the state bar association. A. A ft3 m a Supi a a a a a a All the appellate jurisdiction of the Dis to be created by the a which shall not be common pleas or supreme court but Jud specially elected to compose such jul Mitchell offered a further amendment to s out so much of the original report As related to the right of the legislature to authorize the organization of two divisions of the supreme court and substitute a that the general Assembly May organize divisions the Hereof not to Meei amendment adopted. Edge s. M. Hunter offered feds Sab Sti Tato Meh provides for an increase in the number of supreme court j judges and for a system of com Ali to sit upon the District judge of measure ent inability of was steals the funds of a Bank and buys seals a toques 7 Chicano dec. 28.-r Spector Quot a sensation was a tested Tola evening Fey the a rest of John Parry head bookkeeper of dem a Bevy a fogey a feg fek. So far embezzlement a mounts to $4,495 Dis covered and toe amount May be swelled to ten times that he has been with the Bank three years. He handled no Cash but. Accomplished speculations by most cunning and audacious devices. He was in the daily habit of taking Cheek and drafts to toe manager for signature. Parry would run in extra drafts occasionally which after proper signature he slipped into pocket and obtained Cash on them through a Confederate named Nicholson and the National Bank of Illinois. Nicholson skipped this morning. Parry has four children and a wife who is frantic with grief and rage Over the discovery that her Jack has been carrying on a gushing correspondence with miss Lucia Browne of 119 South a said in a Good natured but pen Tennu thous Way. And caused a Appie of Lau Baor i the floor Mahone Rose excitedly to reply but was rapped on Down by the president. He retired to the smoking room Ana raved Over grievances to All who would listen to but has cooled Oft since supper and no doubt like falstaff Antithesis in brain and belly is ready to exclaim a i do begin to perceive that i have been made an ass. A a Gas after some remarks by or. Logan in which he announced himself in favor of the Bill because he believed that under its provisions toe executive would have the right to up an officer for cause the Senate proceeded ton ballot Oil the Allison amendment which provides for three instead resulting in its defeat Filfli a a its Topputo a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i be in keeping with the ironclad agreement which the Boss potters require their men to sign. Should Thev make such an attempt to deprive the men of the right of free speech and the Peif Zeable assembling to discuss their rights and grievances As free american citizens i will not be responsible for the result which will follow As i have done All in my Power to maintain peace and keep the men within the founds of the Law.�?�. A Eaton Ohio. As others see us. Large sums on a ski Jacques Oxford Street Brooklyn and has squandered her providing her with seals and diamonds. The suspicion of the Bank was aroused by Parry a recent hard drinking and a detective soon discovered that he was sending Money to the Brooklyn girl and visiting he fled to Brooklyn but was in Faro Bank Phlip a diced to return by promises of immunity. He returned and confessed to taking the above amounts. It is Trost distressing As toe prisoner is so ill being i the last stages of consumption sheriff remains with at the a that the remains with at the House to night. Sex governor Beveridge Tho head of the banking House is also United states sub treasurer Here hut it is believed the government funds Are intact. Tie German idea of our politics american Rasca Lity is. The russian article. By Tho kindness of the person address for news enabled to make Tito i us extract Fifon a j11 american student not in Berlin. The letter bears Date of a. A 7-. A. A a v a a a a a j a a a a a a a �?T"x1 a a a a a Bya in Quot a a pm % trim it la Ltd it l 20. Win the most extended notice i Havo seen in the German papers of our elections was a Long editorial comparing Russia and the United states. The election had no interest it said for the european for it was merely a Triumph of a outs of a i pfc of i. Ent out of in sit Ion of Russia and the United states was very similar both countries Laboured under a system of fraud and speculation organized under the name of government the one to be sure monarchical m its external form the other preserving the semblance of democracy. But the Domestic difficulties a Dvorac sait in a j a a. Mfr Ossot. A Eaton dec. 28.�? special a some three or four years ago there came to Eaton from the neigh Boring Village of Camden William Koons and wife. They were newly married wife being the daughter of a or. Collet of Camden one of the wealthiest and most influential citizens of toe place. Young Koons went into business Here and by strict attention to business was rapidly accumulating a competence. Tor life Mystic life was a Serene and apparently Happy one until a disturbing element was admit Ted into the fudge Cabels Emder to Guise of a female Domestic one miss Fitzmorris who was comely of form and face and whose charms won the affections of the susceptible to ilium away from lawful spouse. I foods caught hefty put i us egad taking walk in company with the aforesaid maid servant and she proceeded to give miss sundry blows and scratches adminis toted in one of the Public streets of Eaton in the presence of Many spectators. Returning to Fop Home she assailed her. Unfair Lizul Liege Anda pitched Battle ensued. After visiting a Law office and consulting with her attorneys. Mrs. Koons left her Home and sought the Protection of her father. The end is not yet. Pei my such Bench As contemplated by tie Constitution. Hunter spoke at great length in support giving figures showing the pres a a a a its the supreme court to keep up with its business and claiming that the present evil Lay with that body and not with the lower courts and therefore it should be subjected to improvement. Judge Yaple objected to Hunters Bill for that it does not provide a working body and does not extend Over the entire state. An amendment Fey general Grosvenor adding the following to Section 4 of Hunters Bill was adopted a but no judge before whom a Case was tried in the common pleas shall sit in the final if judge Gilmore moved that in order to narrow except toe table of which motion was carried. Or. Crith fled moved to strike out of judge Yaples Resolution the words a to be created by the legislature a and substitute a by constitutional this motion was debated with great earnestness up to the noon recess. Juthe afternoon session was opened with a interesting address by the Hon. M. A. Follett of Marietta on the proper punishment of criminals and the restoration to citizenship of those discharged from confinement. He said the few in a Dom looked beyond the trial conviction and punishment of a prisoner and gave no attend tothe modes of prison discipline. Reform was needed in this and the suggestion that a commission of Learned lawyers one from each state be appointed to improve the criminal code he favored. He also recommended that to a hat commission the question of prison discipline should be referred. The address. Was Replete with matter and statistics showing the increase of crime the defects in the code and imperfect Tom of photo lbs ent. Wmk upon the conclusion of or. Folletts address which was received with marked approval a vote was taken on or. Critch flew motion to Amend judge Yaples a Resolution. The amendment so far As it wit Meta to striking out the words Given was carried but the other suggestion was lost. On motion of governor Lee the words a fall the in a Resolution were stricken out and a the same substituted. Tie Resolution As amended which declared the. Association to be in favor of an. Intermediate court possessing the same jurisdiction of the District courts and having separate judges was almost unanimously carried. The report of the committee on judicial Reform was taken from the table a cd on a totto of general Grosvenor forty debate there were a too Tom a ebb a a a of favor of the Bill As amended the prevailing sentiment being in that direction. Fears were expressed that the Bills of j judges aple Daugherty a and Hunter could not be forced through Secretary Lincoln and the Soldier. A tolls tote fail Lowin anecdote concerning Secretary Lincoln to a correspondent of the Cleveland Leader. A a boy in Iray District had enlisted a j the regular a my and wanted a discharge the circumstances of enlistment were car. He had been going to Schodl at Laware College in Ohio and had received note from some that father had failed d that he must come Home As Besth Aid and at once. He was out of a mtg Dkl is family could Send none. He knew he family had nothing at Home and starvation Ajo a trouble were staring in the face. He started Mit to walk Home but As he get near Columba a officer Mettlin and in a fit of he enlisted. He was sent West at once and had Bee in a the army now three Yip it amp i conduct j had been so favourable that he was now granted p. Forty Days Ollough. I told the Story to the War a Ecru lip he said a i wot old like to discharge and will if there is any Hope. Desc Ruoai a so numerous that we can not Grant an More discharges it is against the Pri pies of the department tvs a a a i then reminded that these Deser we my a 5�-�j� to it -i-1 v a a ,7v. Tons were the West putting on insulting icons woul due to the insults Whilt a ont a radiates delighted in their soldiers and to new Thor was such 4hat stand it. Most of the common soldiers Are foreigners. A a a but a said lie a i can to help that i have nothing to do with West rpm 4�?oyes,�?T replied i a but this can Dis Haige. He has done three years. A High Strung sensitive tired Young Man he has borne the Ana abuse and has acted so Well w them that he is granted a Good conduct if you want to in the army you can do so. He will it or die. He is too to and he will go Back to suffer a a the Secretary looked up and said Phat Cally a no i will discharge he did. A preen he made the remark looked like father and the act minded fat of a id Stout Ocker. From toe Virginia Enterprise. A f i. Pms is if a Man who was appointed watchman 4 a mine on the Comstock had no did n of wish to buy one. Yet v As of knowing How the time was passing. Borrowed the watch of a Friend Fornito night on returning the watch next it May he told Feis Friend now that he had a timekeeper of own. He then unrolled a Stril a Mem Mumm four inches in Width from Stic habited it As clock. On this strip per it he had marked Down As they to a above the horizon All Tjie stars and a Ste lations within a narrow Belt site each Star was the time of its its appearance hour and minute watchman says watch is of pm keeper. Juhas recently improved a a e slip of paper now run on few Are to aced in a Small Box flu of has a sliding wears a turns the the time wind up upon the rollers that Are >1 y and the stars pass Ove d of Ghib. Crank of a marked by the Side of watch he run the initial roller. Of

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