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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - February 6, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioYol. 15. Cincinnati. Thursday. February i87�. No. New York. Matt if acting. New York Fob. 1.�?a mass meeting the German and other citizens Brooklyn opposed to the measures repression and persecution recently enforced in Germany at the instigation Bismarck was held last evening. Resolutions were adopted de bouncing the course Bismarck and expressing the sympathy the meeting with the oppressed germans tie fatherland. Better Ray Ami poorer i a. The Sun says $750 salary is paid to the members the Massachusetts legislature and there is a talk making it less. New York pays her legislators twice that without finding her Laws any better those the Bay state. A a lie acrobat in brew a ant. Bressant the alleged Confidence operator and a he Man who while his Way a prisoner to Boston jumped Ruan cled through the window an express train going thirty mites an hour was recaptured in new a Ork yesterday. Alice a expectations. A will has just been uttered for probate by which Alice Swift an Irish woman who keeps a Small grocery Hopes she is heir to an estate in England valued at $2,000,000. She is going to England next summer to get the property. Sum than adamantine has been found sunk in the Bay. Her Captain Horace Baker Philadelphia was lashed to the Topmast and the bodies nine men composing the Crew were lashed to the deck which was several feet under water. The inhabitants Smiths Island saw the wreck the morning january 2d, but owing to the rough weather were unable to get out to it although the Cape Ain was seen signalling from a he Topmast where he was lashed. Poisoned head cheese. Bloo Minotos 111., feb. 1.�?the entire family j. H. Butler City collector were poisoned by eating head cheese from a Butcher shop in the City. The family Fred. Eggitt were poisoned in the same was. Butlers family arc in a precarious condition. The matter is to he investigated to Day. Belligerent editors. Dallas tex., feb. 1.�?an exciting newspaper quarrel has been going Between pfouts editor the Herald and Worley amp Dunlap the commercial also the City officials. Yesterday pfouts concealed himself at a Point where his opponents would pass and hurled a Rock at them knocking co \ Kli Xuy a defeat. The manner it and the venom trial follows. Special to the Star. Washington feb. 4.�?everybody in Washington gave a sigh Relief when it was known that the Senate after a six hours secret session had confirmed the new York appointments and thus put an end to the agitation Over the subject. There Are very few who have any real sympathy for Conkling the disappointment where there is any being caused by the Victory for the administration. The debate was rather Dull when estimated by what bras expected. Bayard made a Long speech favouring the Confirma i Tion. Dawes also favored the confirmation and gave a history his experience in investigating the custom House while he was chairman the ways and Means committee in the House. Cockrell supported Worley senseless. Dunlap interfered hut his motion for an investigation by a Short death general Gurney. New York feb. 3.�?general win. Gur Bey Federal commandant at Charlestown toward the close the War died yesterday Brights disease. He was born Long Laland in 1821. Some Oia item idea a Fern. Persons whose deaths Are announced in this mornings papers lived in the aggregate within two one thousand years the average each being seventy one years. Flinching t it tie police. An inquiry has been ordered into the a a uses death in the Case the two cubans clubbed some time ago by the police. A writer to Day in a morning paper says 4he police Are illiterate and ignorant possessing no qualification but Brum strength to the sorrow Many Law abiding citizens and wants the wages Cut Down to $2 a Day. Talmud go to talk thirty t ear. Talmage says he is ready to he arraigned before the presbytery and that anybody Quot who can twist anything wrong out his Church debt Telegram to which his Nephew John Ohio Ted. Must be either a villain a fool. He said he intends to preach for the next thirty years in his present vein. Morality demanded. Beecher said yesterday that morality just now needs More cultivation in our churches than worship and gave instances particularly dishonest Church Fina Ciering. A twin Rufi wifi the is Senoia a. The Star this morning save a new Church has been organized that claims to possess the purest elements christianity. The Apex the essence the very Ottar Noble living is said to be within its grasp it is composed exclusively women excepting the president who is the other sex. The membership at present is thirty disciples a my they meet at the Eclectic College once a week under the direction professor Buchanan. Great exclusiveness is exercised in admitting candidates to the new Church for it is an essential Rule with the club that membership shall be congenial to every one so that the closest intimacy May prevail. Heartiest parents. Cornelius Welsh and his wife Are now locked up for deserting their five Little children who were found in a freezing and starving condition in an unfurnished room. The parents Are intemperate. A mind Tongret tinn. The congregation at the Melrose papist Church last evening consisted ten men eight women and three children not counting the Sexton and a reporter. The cause the absence a Large number it is said won account 1he Effort some the elders to investigate the accusations against a daughter a member. Why a Tector resigned. At Hudson the a her Ida Parry a a charming girl Nineteen found a package in proper letters in her drawer from Liev. Robert Terry Rector Christ Church a married Man. The Rector has resigned. He used to put the secret letters to miss far Ron under the Cushion her Pew. Stephen a l our. Rel Ead Center Stephens intends to atari soon a to in cities to examine the condition and sentiments their fenian chips and organize for Unity action. He claims there is Only one Irish Republican brotherhood any importance in Ireland and that he is its sole representative in this country. Pfouts Drew a revolver and kept him Back until the crowd separated them. Double murder at Bradford. Bradford pa., feb. 1.�?a horrible double murder was committed Vesterdal afternoon a at Lewis run. Or. Bartholomew shot dead with Buckshot J. Ives aged eighteen because lie had broken a window and the boys father who came to his Rescue was also shot dead. The citizens threatened Lynching and the murderer was brought to the jail Here for Protection. Failed to indict. New Philadelphia o., feb. 1.�?the grand jury yesterday to the astonishment Many failed to indict mrs. Catharine Stull who has been in jail Here since november last for the murder the widow Best the murder it will be remembered was caused by jealousy mrs. Stull making a full confession that she had committed the deed with a Fence stake because the widow had stolen the affections her husband. Her Cree Papas fault. Jersey City feb. 1.�?clara Lonecke. A Beautiful girl eighteen living in Hoboken has suicide by Poison. Her father forbade her writing to her Lover to whom she said she had been engaged shot through the heart. Norfolk. Va., feb. 1.�?george Ives coloured shot Bill Savage through the heart last evening and escaped. Cause unknown. Piunt Zinger indicted. Philadelphia feb. 1.�?geo. W. Pluntz Inger. Who was president the Philadelphia goal company up to the time his arrest for embezzlement was indicted yesterday by the grand jury four charges simple embezzlement and two embezzlement by an officer a corporation. Speech As did Morgan his motion to indefinitely postpone both which motions failed the latter being ruled out order. Voorhees said he did not believe the nominees were fit men for the office and Conkling made a speech closing the debate in which he defended Arthur and Cornell and read Sherman a letter vindicating Arthur when the latter went out office and abused Sherman for attacking a Man after he had once vindicated him. Matthews did not speak leaving the Brunt the defense the administration to the Massachusetts senators. Conkling friends claim that he will now be unbridled in his attacks the administration. All sorts threats Are made. One is that Bill Chandler who is known to be intimate with him has furnished him we Ith Republican cipher dispatches damaging to the administration and that Conkling is to give these to the Public with a a great Effort in the Senate. Has secured u Tenor. New York feb. 4.�?improssario Gran says he has secured the Tenor Capoul for his opera Rouffe. Steam Street Ruil Watt. Steam motors Are being tried successfully the surface railways. One the rest joke. To get Herald save supervisor Davenport a defense a hat in arresting the holders is naturalization papers he made no distinction Between republicans and democrats. Is one the Best jokes the season. Vanderbilt a struck jury. Cornelius Vanderbilt a suit for a million against we. H. Vanderbilt will be tried be lore a a a struck jury. a ship a a . Captain b air accused bigamy and forgery. Is now being tried by a court martial to is a handsome and intelligent Scotchman. Blur save he never married go show. But admits he is the a her her two Civ Loren. I a a in hit Pottier a. George Smith aged fifteen who ran away Iron main Unoras opposite port Jarvis Ata is that his father had six w Ives Ali living but that he did not live will High father lie lived with his Mother and s a in a her. Tad Dah n Strait ii Iii girl. Edgar Dewolfe set tire to the apron Magdalena soap. A girl rare personal Beauty aged eighteen and burned i i death. W1iih Din she Prax de and three Brothers drowned. Louisville ky., feb. 3.�?yesterday afternoon Herman Frederick and Arthur Heinrich three Brothers who live Preston and Gray streets were drowned near Bowhead Island. They hired a Skiff with a View visiting the water a works when by some Accident it was overturned and precipitated them into the water. They could not swim and being out reach Aid soon Sank. Newton Thomas a was Climan Dugans Coal floats subsequently recovered the dead bodies Frederick and Arthur aged respectively fourteen and ten Vears. Herman is about sixteen. There is $25 offered for the recovery his body. He showed resistance. Denison Texas feb. 3.�?yesterday about half past 9 clock a desperado from the Indian territory named we. Worts alias Jack Murray alias wild Bill engaged in an altercation with a Gambler named Grant in Mcdougals Saloon main Street. Worts shot Grant in the face and fled. He was overtaken let a a constables posse however and showing resistance was shot and killed. Too Handy with . Macon,g.\.,feb.3.�?last night a policeman attempted to arrest Samuel Franklin coloured suspicion. He offered a Sligo in resistance an Ltd the officer smashed his Skull. The policeman is in jail. A fast forester. Louisville feb. 3.�?judge Hoke this City who is the most worthy High chief Ranger the order american foresters has been informed the reported badness Henry Griffin High Secretary the order. He resides at Rochester n. Y.,and it is rumoured that he has starved away to a an unknown clime taking with him a Large sum Money from the funds the organization. To be hanged. Newbern Tenn. Feb. 3.�?Charles Mcnair convicted murder has been sentenced to be hanged within a mile Huntington. Saturday March 7th. Killing the silga Bill Washington feb. 4.�?the failure to suspend the rules in the House to fix a Day for consideration the sugar Bill yesterday kills that measure for this session. Mcmahon ail not act. Mcmahon says he can not act As chairman the Potter sub committee logo to new York and Reid has been substituted for governor Cox. Merton a successor. Senator Voorhees took the oath office to Day under his recent election to fill the unexpired term the late senator Morton. The new York sub. The Potter sub committee to go to new York As finally fixed upon this morning is Plimton Steniger Hiscok Reed and Springer. They will leave for new York to night. Tearful trojans. How their deposits dwindle their officials swindle and their paupers Are neglected. Desperate Indian was lying the ground in his prison room covered with blood having stabbed himself in four places in the Region the heart with the intention putting an end to Liis life rather than be taken South. The Post surgeon pronounced the wounds very dangerous if not fatal. Thirty three squaws and Twenty two children left Here this morning for the Pise Ridge Agency and will be turned Over to the Sioux at that Agency As their natural protectors. Pinching their paupers. Feeding indigent lunatics Oil eighty five cents a week. Syracuse n. A. Feb. 1.�?it appears from an investigation into the cruelties and abuses the Onondaga county pauper insane Asylum that the Cost supporting the inmates was squeezed Down in the county Asylum to 85 cents per week. This is the secret All the sufferings and Barba Rizes that have been visited the unfortunate lunatics. The state charges the county $2 60 a week for each person supported at the Willard Asylum and a desire to save the difference tend keep a pauper As cheaply As a dog could be fed lies at the Bottom the Onondaga infamy. All the necessary reforms Are now promised and improvements have commenced. Coal Oil calamity. Across the water. C Mother and daughter burned to death. Springfield o., Jan. 30.�?yesterday miss Ella Renner at her Home near Platts Burg. Small town in this county the London Branch the c., s. 0. Railroad. Took a Coal Oil lamp for the purpose filling it. While so engaged she approached too near an open fire when the lamp exploded and the Young lady was enveloped in Llames. Her Mother speedily came to her Relief hut the fire was also communicated to her clothing and before further assistance could be rendered both Mother and daughter were burned to Dea h. The sad calamity has spread a gloom Over the Community in which the two unfortunate women lived. Ground up. Horrible death in the mine. Mill an Ore murdered by a sister in Law. Independence mo., Folk. 4.�?sunday morning near Buckner in this county miss Martha Collins shot and killed her brother in Law Jonathan Drake. For some time the Young lady had been receiving the attention a Young Man w to was much disliked by her family and who had been dered away by Drake. A quarrel ensued which ended in the enraged girl seizing a revolver and shooting Drake through the heart fire at Quaker City. Quaker City o., feb. 4. A a fire broke out this morning at 5 clock totally destroying a Frame dwelling House owned by . J. B. Hollingworth. Origin the fire a defective Hue. Loss from $5,090 to $6,000. No insurance. Troy n. Y., Jan. 30.�?a committee the Board supervisors have investigated the expenditures the county alms House and House Industry and find alleged fraudulent claims to the amount $30,000, charged for the maintenance paupers last year. The insane and idiotic Are grouped together in a condemnable manner in a neglected and filthy room and their condition is sickening to behold. Six weeks ago the merchants and mechanics Bank this City closed its doors. Subsequent developments afford ground for the belief that most flagrant criminal acts were enacted in the shape investments the depositors funds. Daniel Robinson president and Thomas Vail treasurer the Troy amp Boston Railroad company were also president and vice president the Bank and executive managers a corporation called the Schaghticoke Woolen company. The funds the Bank were used to Supply Money to the Railroad. It is alleged that the Woolen company with a capital $200,000, was permitted to borrow $100, without any Security except the endorsement Robinson amp Vail controlling officers in All three the concerns. It is alleged that the Troy at Boston Road borrowed $300,000 from the Bank two and a half times the capital Stock. It is further alleged that these Loans were secured notes signed by Young men not Worth a Dollar who were employed by the Railroad company. It is claimed that the Railroad became indebted to the Bank for the sum $750,000 and was so indebted at the time the Bank failed and the notes were missing. Easton pa., feb. 1.�?yesterday, while we. Stocker employed at the Ore mines was drinking water with his head at the yawning Mouth the washing machine he was suddenly seen to disappear Down into the great rattling grinding vortex. The spectators rushed to his assistance and the ponderous machine was stopped when stockers mangled remains were brought Forth. He had been beaten about by the Spades the Washer in such a horrible manner that he was hardly recognizable and his death must have been a most agon izing one. Goy Eunous uis1iop. His views the coining Gubert trial contest. Columbus o., feb. 1.�?in an interview had with governor Bishop last night the governor stated that his recent trip to Washington had no political significance. He thinks that it i s unfortunate that judge Thurman had been mentioned in connection with the gub material canvass and that if Thurman wanted the office lie could get it Overall men in the a state. He admires Thurman and says that if he were the candidate in ts7 it he would have been elected. As to his own chances be said that he was Nomin Ted for the constitutional convention when lie was seven Hundred Miles from Cincinnati and that he was nominated for governor when lie was one Hundred and Twenty Miles from the nominating convention. He did not seek the nomination and he thinks Ohio Wilt ask my n who do not seek offi e. He predicts a democratic Success at the next state election. Alms House burned. Several inmates lose their lives gagging Bismarck sagging Bill a Fly a Advance the plague. Russia. Tiff. . St. Petersburg feb. 4.�?an official messenger says the governor general Moscow contradicts the reports the appearance the plague in a Village near that City. Berlin feb. 4.�?i he Imperial decree has been published establishing strict passport regulations Between Russia and Germany after february 10th. Every traveler before entering Germany must prove that he has not been at the suspected infected District within Twenty Days. All clothes and baggage must he disinfected. The panic in Russia is almost incredible. Every class and station in life has petitioned for entire cessation All Intercourse even postal communication let a tween the rest Russia and the Volga. Illness Gort Schakoff. St. Petersburg feb. 4.�?prince go Tscha Koff is seriously ill. Ast Iima 8eizk8 the . Or. Petersburg feb. 4.�?czar Nicholas is unwell having an attack ask my. Italy. The la . London. Feb. 4.�?a Paris correspondent says the Bishop Grenoble denies that the Pope has condemned the Miracle at la Balette As an imposture. On the contrary he authorized the crowning the virgins s tue there As approved by the congregation rites. Spain. The military conscription. Madrid. Feb. 4.�?the military conscription was effected throughout Spain to Day without difficulty. Go Rinani acquittal officers. Berlin. Feb. 4. A a court martial in the Case the officers the Iron Clad grosser Kurfuerst has ended in a judgment acquittal ail the essential Points. Trimming Down Tiff. Gagging Rill. Berlin feb. 4.�?the Legal commit tee the Federal Council have finished the consideration the parliamentary gagging i 11, eliminating the most obnoxious clauses and otherwise softening the brashness until Ibe original Bill is scarcely recognizable. It is believed that Bismarck disgusted with their actions will insist upon the whole Bill proposed by him. India. Dropped from a balloon. London feb. 4.�?a Calcutta correspondent telegraphs As follows a colonel Percy Wyndham a distinguished Soldier. Fortune formerly with Garibaldi and with the Northern army in the american civil War has been killed at Rangoon in attempting a balloon fire al Itri Fain. Gougill a bronchitis. London feb. 4.�?John b. Gough the Well known lecturer is ill with bronchitis. Irish University education. Dublin feb. 4.�?the Catholic Bishops yesterday had a conference w Ith the lord lieutenant respecting the Irish University education legislation now pending in parliament. Failure a Cornwall Bank. In Inion feb. 4.�?the Union Bank Nelsien county Cornwall has failed. Against american cattle. The English Chambers agriculture have demoralized the privy Council to prevent the further importation live american cattle. Turkey furnishing financial schemes. Constantinople feb. 4.�? a group English financiers have offered the Porte a much better financial scheme than offered by the French Syndicate including a loan twelve millions. Milk maids misery. Louisville feb. 1.�?shortly before noon yesterday news reached town that the City alms House five Miles out was burning. A fire broke out in the Center the building and rapidly ran to the roof. There was a decided panic among the inmates about three Hundred and forty in number and much difficulty was experienced in getting them safely out. Many them frantically jumped from the windows and in this Way two James Riddle and Thomas Dickerson were killed. Besides these Ursula Berry Fred. Meyer and Peter Villey Are known to f have been burned to death in the building. Annie Bartell fails in her walk. Other sporting news. Borough a Johnny Dwyer and Tom Kelly appeared before a great audience last evening in the theater Domique to give a sparring match. They had just taken their position when a squad police appeared upon the stage and stopped the exhibition amid a scene great confusion. Spinning the ice. New York feb. 3.�?Winter sports have been greatly indulged in this Winter. There was More skating and Sleigh ing than usual also base Ball and other games the ice and ice yacht racing has developed. The upper Hudson was the scene some exciting although dangerous sport for some weeks. The ice yacht Fleet has been coursing Oer the Frozen River and the marvelous Speed a no ile a minute is said to be not unusual occurrence. That Speed was attained by an ice yacht in the race the Hudson saturday from Poughkeepsie to new Hamburg a distance ten Miles. The tireless tramps. Washington feb. night miss i a y i to to in a i completed half her task walking 2,700 Quarter Miles in the same number Quarter hours. Boston feb. 4.�?in the Daniels iia Dock fifty mile walk Here last night Daniels won in 9 hours 27 minutes 3 seconds. Hay docks time was 9 hours 29 minutes 45 seconds. New York feb. 4.�?miss Reynolds and mrs. Scott continued to walk in the place Annie Bartell. Reynolds is Young Jaunty rather Good looking and christened Scott is forty and steady. Bar Tell is recovering. It appears that she has not been paid her share the Money. Vanness and Belden Are still trudging away and the other contests Are progressing at Long Island and Jersey City. The Star says the walking mania is taking hold Many adventurers Ami a certain class the Public like a plague. Billiard balls. New York feb. 4.�?yesterday afternoon Gallagher made 600 Points to Sexton a 523, in thirty innings. Gallagher s Best run was 136 Points Sexton a 184. Betting was $100 to $5 in favor Sexton. Last night gamier made 600 to Dalys 217 in Twenty one innings. Gamier ran 172, Daly 89. In e n t Uuk k a a tit k \ auks. Here and there in the old Commonwealth. Harrodsburg feb. 4.�?richard Jones was arrested saturday by Constable Vanarsdale a it r and had an examining trial upon the charge attempting to assassinate Louis King with whom he had fought before. He was held Over. Yesterday James Harvey Jones a prominent citizen living five Miles from town committed suicide by hanging himself. He was sixth nine Vears old and a Man v a much property but was pressed financially at the time his death. Mrs. Leak Smith an old lady this town who was so Hadly burned a Short time sine by her clothes catching fire died yesterday from her injuries. , feb. 4.�?sunday Deputy town marshal Flaherty attempted to arrest Charles Robertson a Burly negro Man when Robertson resisted and knocked the Deputy Down. Flaherty Rose and fired at Robertson the Hall taking effect in the hand. Robertson was tried yesterday and fined for resisting an officer. Paris ky., feb. 4.�?a Bouse occupied by Grey Smith situated two Miles from this place burned from a defective Tluck sunday evening. Loss $3,000. Versailles feb. 4. A at a dance in this Conns a saturday night a party men got into a fight about a fair Damsel with the following result Charles Williams Throat Cut from ear to ear win. Vinegar shot in the face and Hack Reed Cut in the handed. Railey Cut in the head so. Vinegar knocked in the head with a Ferneo rail. No one was killed. All Oftle parties named Are negroes. Loretta ky., feb. 4._cy. Disarno a four horse team a ran away with him Vesterdal throwing . Against a stump and breaking 10s Back. Running pm in. After an expert had taken chaise the \ a tier Osses life Are thought to have Bank accounts it is stated Robinson attempted to tamper with the examiners. Other damaging statements Are against Robinson. Incurred but As the frightened inmates scam All dire bulls and hogs. Squatting Bovine tiie Bonier. Quot 1 Perez away Over the country in May ions it is impossible to learn the extent the calamity. Seven eight who were badly burned Ana bruised Are now in the Hospital. The building which was one the finest institutions in the country is a total loss. It was erected in 1871 at a Cost about $175,000. And was insured for $70,000. Wild hog rips ii131 self up. Detroit Drift. I n a a . I do a my go-1, Liun Wax Xvi it v said sin Here i committed Cribe am Cala urn went Down with the Kir c j a we it u. A. Baltimore feb. 1.�?the Oyster Schooner / �<t��4�h in a scheme Diwan Vereda alar Cloone r Inver Tig Ulione ice a Iii. A my mich., feb. 4.�?tt in now known that i. Us Neva a appointment to Peru was brought j about the express purpose making a place for cd Tooler. In the Senate c lists Taney has not. I god cd. A the has not been a party to the s ,1 e a Aid May not consummate it by resigning. A our Dehait Vul a i Vestiga Ion charges against the 1 a Kwaii for bribery is now in prop pm a police jus ice. There a it a i a Len it in the St. Ian River at per Huron and the ear ferry ats a e stuck in mid t a. Passengers lots oui fort Keogh feb. 1.�?sitting bulls in Capapas and her Hostiles Are across the Border. The indians were driven South by starvation. Silting Bull himself and six y lodges arc still at fori Walsh and will not Cross. The blackfeet indians arc a fort Mcleod. Rain in the face who killed general Custer is at Poplar Creek Agency and says he is sorry he Ever left standing Roc Agency Yankton. Milk River and medi cinc Bear Are at the headwaters. Fifty six i indians sitting bulls gang came across i the line Drew their annul ies a Poplar Creek Agency and went Back rain Iii be free being one them. The Nez vireos Are frenchmen so reek. No immediate trouble is anticipated. Fort Robinson neb., feb. 1.�?yesterday it was discovered by a Sentinel guarding the building wherein wild hog a Cheyenne a chief is confined heavily ironed that the River riot. Roustabout bombard a boat at Nashville. 1 Nashville feb. 1.�?last night the Steamer t. T. La Gilman entered the upper Cumberland Trade and tiie officers tried to employ a number roustabout. They offered a negro$48 per month lie refused. John Mel Haney mate cursed and ordered him off the boat. He shot tit and missed him. The negro went land. An employee the boat went the wharf to untie the rope holding her so that it could move out. The negroes stoned him. Lie retreated. Parties Board the Hillman fired Abou a dozen Sho s at the crowd which burled Volley after Volley stones at the boat damaging her to a considerable extent. The boat pulled out and proceeded the trip. No arrest. New York feb. 3.�?annie Bartell the Westchester milk maid who undertook to out walk m me. Anderson gave it up lust evening after a trip 566 Quarter Miles. During the last rounds no stage distress Ever excited such emotions As apparently tortured the poor girl. At every Stop she was the picture agony her eyes were cleared and bloated and her face depicted the pain which reached her Frame at every step. She no longer walked around tie track but dragged herself heavily and wearily along. Her pulse Rose Ami fell with frightful rapidity and her temperature fluctuated like a ships barometer before a storm. After the retirement miss Bartell two new aspirants were put upon the track to Complete the milk maid s a accomplished task. They Are miss Reynolds and mrs. Scott. A big time in Brooklyn. Brooklyn n. Y., feb. 3.�?a quintet influential and wealthy gentlemen have arranged the preliminaries an International a a pedestrian tournament to open March 3d, and continue Day and night for sixty Days. They have leased the skating rink and the prizes including the purse badges and special prizes amount to about $50,000, $6,000 for the lady walking four thousand Quarter Miles in four thousand consecutive Quarter hours and the balance Tobe divided among lady pedestrians walking policemen letter carriers members the press children amp a. Go it Stumpges new York feb. 3.�?sullivan, a wooden legged Man challenges any Man in the United slates with an artificial leg to walk with him Twenty four forty eight hours. Of Leary recovered. Or. Louis feb. 3. A Dan. Of Leary the pedestrian arrived Here yesterday from hot Springs having fully recovered from his late walk in new York lie goes at once to Chicago to Complete arrangements for the final contest for the Astley p. Tok Battle kor Borough. Under the Guise the Battle Foru Tiow a metropolitan office a spent his Sabbath. New York feb. 4.�?officer John Landers off duty sunday night called at the liquor store an old acquaintance. A number men were at the bar and he wanted to treat All and his acquaintances ordered their liquor. After a time ment was demanded but Landers refused. The proprietor insisted having his Money when Landers said a i m a police officer and entitled to get drinks for lie then went behind the bar and threatened to arres1, the proprietor. The latter ran into an adjoining House leaving Landers in charge the liquor store. Landers left the Saloon and seeing the Corner a Man named Shea who was waiting for a car. Knocked him Down and kicked him. A a there i got Square with one the gang a he said As he walked Down the Street. The first Man he met he arrested. The Man remonstrated with Landers am told him he had violated no Law. A you go to a Landers replied. A i am to officer and am going to run you in any so saying he knocked the Man Down and beat him seriously. The Man managed to escape. Shea called at the Nolice Headquarters and made a complaint against Landers. Printer s i. At Luis the poor Typo Tumble 1� Good Luck. New Haven c to. La 4.--the rep Ort is in extensive circulation Imre and Genet ally credited that John Skinner a Well known Type setter u Hgt in to 000. This sum was i Elk to him by Amone Mercer the West indies in consideration Friend in extended to him Many Vears ago. John big Wood Carpenter is a Roii do the Hatch a the so camera ii. H. A tone. At grand Haven mien., and was kilted

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