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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - January 9, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioM a vol. 15. Cincinnati. Thursday. January 1879. No. 2. New York v i printers strike. New York Jan. 6.�?a special meeting the typographical Union no. 6 was help a last evening. A committee compositors front various newspaper offices in the City crore present and the attendance numbered fully three Hundred. The meeting was called for the purpose taking suitable action regarding the course pursued toward members the Union by the proprietors die new York world. A committee Quot world compositors stated that the world proprietors had not abide by agreements made when a reduction was made a year ago. On account rumours prevailing last thursday a committee from the world waited . Hurlbut but received no satisfactory answer. They however performed their duties until 11 clock when they were discharged and a number a a rats a who kept in waiting were marched in to fill their places. A special meeting will he held to Day to devise Means Relief for the discharged world printers. A strange will. Or. A. Habel who a lied in this City a few Days ago left a curious will which was opened yesterday and the document begins a in t he name the supreme being humanity before whom we All Bow the last clause the will made oct Olier 29th, and signed a by Anna Trether and George la go Henderson says a finally my life having been devoted to the interests humanity i desire after my death that my body May be devoted to the same Encl. For this reason i demand t hat the Corpse be delivered to the dissecting room any the colleges in the City new York that will accept it for the purple dissection to any College elsewhere if not accepted by this the executor has handed the body Over to prof. A. B. 8ands, who has applied to the Register vital statistics for a permit to remove the body to the dissecting room Ali permit was granted. % a s by it social Nett still emigrating. German socialist leaders Are still emigrating to America. Eighteen agitators recently sailed for new York. A Raith a army skater. New York Jan. Are said to have been More skaters the ice in this Vicinity yesterday than Ever before in one Dayt the weather was splendid. It is estimated that there were two Hundred thousand skaters the Central bark lakes alone having one Hundred and thirty thousand. The pros sect bark lakes Brooklyn and place were Well patronised. There is a Prospect for rare sport the upper Hudson. This week. The me is in Superb condition and the Iee yacht elect will be skimming across it to Dav to Morrow at tire rate sixty Miles an hour. Atli a i Lancer my memorial. To Dav the finishing touch will be put upon the Twenty thou Saint Dollar Chapel Monument in Greenwood cemetery that is to perpetuate the memory Anil Good deeds miss Mary dancer daughter the la a Matt. Dancer the most fortunate Gambler new York Ever saw. He left Mary $�00,000. The completion the Monument also con Eletes the disbursement the last Dollar Latt. Dancers Money. Mary dancer was a Young woman a strongly marked religious temperament. Rhc was a member the m. K. Church but her christianity was a Type not circumscribed by Sec. Bhe gave Liberal la to All denominations and her charities were manifold. Scarlet fever not epidemic. Or. Fordyce Baker one the most eminent physicians this City says Scarlet fever is not epidemic Here. Peri Eipp Khan pert a heralds Washington special says the opinion expressed by the men employed at the Baltimore it pc Potomac Railroad depot where trains from the a South change no it rth is that the two women who kidnapped . Of Brien did not go direct through from Raleigh to new York by after reaching this City remained in a sleeping car until a few minutes before the train left for the North when they got off and with Brien went to some hotel in the City. Marching Mexico. New York Jan. Cd a Tribune Cairo 111., special says the american Industrial deputation has Cri it used the Snow covered Plains Illinois and have fair prospects a pleasant journey to new Orleans whence they will sail wednesday for Mexico. At Centralia they organized electing governor Fiske Kentucky president and b. Andrews Chicago Secretary. An executive committee composed one member from each state was also a joint de. A Telegram was sent to minister a Macora thanking him for the encouragement lie has Given the Enterprise. Pay Toralti pickings. Brooklyn Jan. 6.�?tal Mage depicts Congress As a body men who Pawn their salaries for Faro chips and indulges in some unsavoury instances More less modern. In speaking cities yesterday he remarked that after noting the moral tone Washington for several years he was satisfied that it was always fifty per cent better when Congress was away. Rev. Thomas Mitchell pastor the a Church at Brooklyn a said i yesterday that Beecher flings away the Bible and is no Christian. Nier Cial advantages new York and thinks tolls and charges upon Commerce should he lightened. He favors a lower rate taxation which lie thinks could he done without increasing the debt. He says there Are too Many City officials with excessive salaries. He believes in weeding out the sinecure and equalizing compensations. Lie favors modification excise Law to meet the requirements the great Metropolis and secure by proper regulation a greater Revenue. The message is full suggestion indicative the policy lie proposes to pursue. A Nan the capt. Boyton s appeals for assistance to the Volunteer life raving corps Nan the newsboys a have been generously responded to. The corps have already saved Twenty five lives. Hough Marine experience. The British steamship Fernwood Captain Triele from Cardiff Wales which arrived Here yesterday in Twenty Days in a a ballast to j. 8. Tucker a co., had a continuation terrible North Westerly gales. Captain Stiele reports a were off Rhin Rock last thursday where we encountered a Hurricane from West Northwest. We were blown Oil into the Gulf Stream lost and split the sails and had everything movable swept off the deck. Three the Crew Are seven european steamships Ore now overdue at this port. Vessels arriving report Strong gales and heavy seas. Found dead in red. Jennie Schroeder the six year old daughter mrs. Van dozen member the Hess opera troupe and who is now in Chicago was found dead in Betl at 331 East fifteenth Street in which she was sleeping with her sister Lizzie aged Twenty who is a member the Strakosh troupe. A tire had been lighted in a Franklin stove and it is supposed that fumes escaping from the stove had suffocated her. Her sister is still in an unconscious state. Tammany Enjo Ned. At a meeting the tammany society last night an injunction from the supreme court was served restraining the society from the initiation the one Hundred and forty seven new members elected december 31st. The affidavits Oil which the injunction was granted allege that the election these new members was Clandestine and in violation the rules the society notice the meeting having been printed Only in an obscure paper no circulation and which members rite society it cd a to participate in the election had no Opportunity to see. A sugar Koto. A largely at ended meeting citizens who Are in favor a revision the Tariff sugar was held last night at Chickering Hall. Or. 1 voter Cooper called the meeting to order and Ornis w. Field was elected. Chairman. Or. Field after explaining the object for which Rise meeting had been called introduced Hon. Algernon s. Sullivan who delivered a lengthy address upon the so called frauds in the collection sugar duties. The meeting ended in a Row. The following circular was distributed in the meeting a this is a meeting for cuban purposes a called by Iai son n. Fuller partner in the cuban firm Alatna Fuller a co. The pretence is a revision the Tariff sugar. The real object it is the Transfer an american Industry to Cuba. One rate duty will be advocated. There is a cuban a Nigger in the Fence a look out for him. Insist fair for both sides and read Brof. Morton and the nation articles a two Hundred and fifty employees have Meyers Early in the evening tried to enter he Hall and break up the meeting but were kept out by the police. A loved for want a company. New York Jan. 7.�?the i Fri Street Avenue theater closed last night for want a company and an orchestra strike for a guaranteed salary. Washington illness commissioner Dent. Washington dec. 0.�?commissioner Jos. Dent the District Columbia is lying very ill at his residence in Georgetown. Opposed to the consolidation. The proposition the House appropriation committee to consolidate internal Revenue and Cus oms bureaus meets with spirited opposition from employees 1he latter Bureau who claim turning things that the scheme is impracticable. On the hand it is said to be perfectly practicable and consolidation would result in great saving to the government. In Catli alone can change. It comes from excellent authority that in the course conversation with friends saturday president Hayes significantly remarked about Secretary Sherman scan Didney for the governorship Ohio a death alone will cause any change in the Cabinet until the expiration my term in reply Secretary re Lurz expects to have his reply to Gen. Sheridan ready to Day. It will recall Points made in Sheridan a report and first Lerner and show that he does not sus Ain them in his second. Ill the Washington papers to Day appears an absolute denial by John p. Southworth late u. S. Commissioner at new Orleans his pre ended Post interview the 28tli december. A decision wit in was not rendered Washington Jan. 6.�?judge Tarlau authorizes the statement that there is not one word truth in the Telegram sent from Here to the now York bulletin the 3d inst., stating that he had decided the Case the c., A i. C. Railroad is. The Pennsylvania p ail Road and that the decision favored the former route. The same statement was exp ibo de to correspondents several Days previous and $200 offered for i s Publica Ion. It is believed to be a Stock jobbing operation. Judge Harlan says lie has not yet made up Bis decision nor has he even intimated to any one his views t lie question at Issue Between the two roads. It will he sometime before his decision will be rendered the loss is estimated at about going for Grant. Comments the action the Cork Council. After Hull. New York Jan. 7.�?the detectives who were searching for j. W. Hull who robbed Field a Janies $30,000 in ivern ment Bonds Learned that Hull left the City it it a the Day the Roche re a fall River Steamboat. The detectives traced Hull to la Providence but there tie Clew was most. Want ret Ter pric s. The posts special from Cohoes n. Y., rats that the Harmony Coton Mills pm. ,. T. Playing to liar a five Hundred hands and pro brought Tot he tinted so ates in july,18< it an during three Hundred thousand Yards address signed i by it gone Bundoc it 1 Umu Sand new York Jan. 7.�?the Herald to Day under the heading a the Cork indignity to Grant a prims an article from the Catholic i Ferald Savin a it was reserved for the Manly and truly Catholic Corpora Ion Cork to administer a fitting rebuke to the brutal and bigoted Soldier who in october 1875, at Des Moines took advantage his High position As president the United states to revive the beastly cry a no Popery. The catholics Cork do no forget that when Grant aspired for a third term to the presidency the United states he tried to strengthen his position As a Republican candidate by importing in the most invidious manner the religious and anti Catholic element into the i Goliti Cal agitation. He appealed to the religious passions the native american element in our population and that Appeal has now risen in judgment before him in the Herald gives also another article from the Marysville Cal Appeal saying a a More prescriptive hater the Irish and a More bigoted enemy the religion nine Ved. To he stricken from the line compliment Praise promotion and during his presidency a warning was Ever figuratively Hung out in front the White Blouse a no Irish need i he preliminary meeting a number irishmen most whom hold offices under the Federal government took place last evening when a committee was appointed to take measures for holding a mass meeting at Cooper Institute to protest against the insult offered Grant by the town Council the City Cork. An sex Otinicial the army the Tennessee says the people Cork remember that an Trish member parliament tenths that people never live Irish under Grant was to be strip four per font. Washington Jan. 7.�? in he to the four percent loan yesterday amounted to $11.033,578. Secretary Sherman was at the Treasury department yesterday. A a credit Mollier a the United states supreme court has Given its decision in the Case the uni de s ate versus the Pacific Railroad company and others commonly Kmon As the a credit Mobili cry Case. The decision the lower court sus Iii Ned. The demurrer Bill in equity is affirmed and the government suit is ordered dismissed. 1 in alar to Burman. Owing to the unfavourable san e the weather senator Thurman decided to forego his visit to Columbus and he will not therefore heat the Jackson demonstration to be held in that City wednesday. He has prepared a so Leech nevertheless in response to t lie Toast a the Jackson democracy a and has forwarded it to his friends. To he used if necessary. In his speech after doing Honor to the memory Jackson he takes occasion to elaborate his reasons for declining to he a candidate for the governorship and which in substance Are the same which be expressed nearly a month ago. 8pecial to the Star. The rerun Mission. Washington Jan. 7.�?the president said last evening that no one had yet been decided for the Berlin Mission that the pos tit had not been promised to Wayne Mcvea a and he Doub de whether . Mcveagh would accept it if offered to him. First business for Congress. Not a very Large number members and Sena Ore were in the City last night but this mornings trains Are expected to bring in enough to make a quorum in to h branches Congress. In the Blouse the Geneva award will come up for the continuation the debate. It is expected to reach a vote by thursday. The appropriation committee will first report the army Bill and the legislative Hill which will he allowed to Lio the desks members the rest the week and he called up next week. In the Senate the Bill for the revision Patent Laws will come up. Butler will make them Blush. It is rumoured that when the Potter committee reassembles Gen. Butler will dump the whole mass Tilden ciphers the committee and propose they shall open the subject and go into it thoroughly sparing neither democrats nor republicans and in that Case Well informed people say there will be Republican As Well As democratic blushes and confusion. Prepare for the Arctic. The signal service gives notice the approach an Arctic wave which will exceed in severity that which has Only just passed. Crime and calamity. Niento the new Singer building. Very Little mail matter if any was burned. Among tiie valuables in the building was the Law Library the late president Lincoln now belonging to his son Robert Ami valued at $10,000. This was removed yesterday and found intact with few exceptions. Most the property the Chicago a Alton Railroad was saved but the furniture Sheridan a Headquarters is damaged so As to be almost valueless. Death a murderer. Attleboro mass., Jan. 6.�?gardner Tingle who murdered his wife saturday a a and Cut ids own Throat died last evening at 7 clock without a struggle. Fire at St. Louis. St. Louis Jan. 6.�?the St. Louis beef Canning Panyk a establishment situated at 148 xxx most Street is in Llames and will probably he a total loss. The amount insurance is not known. Later�?10 a. St. Louis beef Canning company a building was totally a let roved. $150,000. Robbed and left to freeze. Indianapolis Jan. 6.�?saturday night James m. Cum Haek Nephew Hon. Will. Cum Haek and former publisher Heshel Ovville Republican while intoxicated was robbed $30 and an overcoat and thrown into an Alley. When found he was nearly Frozen to death. His condition is still precarious. Killed by a Bridge. Jamesburg n. J., Jan. Johnston. Aged forty brakeman an Exra train the Amboy division the Pennsylvania Railroad company was struck by a Bridge Between Dayton and Jamesburg and instantly killed. He leaves a wife and four children siding in this City. A regular a Cooley horse. New York Jan. 6.�?joseph Woolev a member Wooley a fishmongers building died recently and left considerable property. At the time his death he held three insurance policies $5.000 each his life. He was known As a Jol whole souled fellow and a great admirer the gentler sex. Five women Are now laying claim to his property. One save in reference to the matter a if a it get Wooley was married to any one before n e i have no riling to say although he is the father my foreign. A cd ton goods a Day have reduced Mimir working rime to three Days a week in it Ier to reduce production and stiffen juices. The Gold demand. One the City Banks made a mistake a few Days ago. Of exchanging double the amount Gold for Legal tender notes that i intended and to Day it rectified the mistake by exchanging $200.000 in Legal tender notes for Gold. With the exception this the entire demands the Treasury for Gold in Exchange for Legal tender notes has i mounted to less than $5,000. To the Point. Mayor Cooper sent in his first message to the common Council yesterday. He makes in viral suggestions for developing the com irishmen to the people this country congratulating them the one Hundred h anniversary their declaration Independence. Which he Gram when president. Refused to accept. They remember that in 1877, seven eight Irish members parliament waited him at London and tendered him an invitation to visit Ireland. He rigidly listened to the invitation and almost Dis courteously declined and Curtly intimated he would not visit Ireland. Gold mining in Canada Montreal Jan. 7.�?reports Gold mining in the District continue satisfactory. Some the miners declare it to be As Rich amp a the Best districts California. Frozen at her own door. Detroit mich., Jan. Agnes a Well known Washer woman at Windsor. Ont., was found Frozen to death yesterday within Twenty Yards her own door. Her dog und a whisky bottle were beside her. Fire at Detroit. Detroit Jan. Liber wards residence was damaged to the extent $3,000 by a fire this morning. The last Chicago fire. Chicago Juii. loss he the burning the Post office military Headquarters ac., in the a a Honor a building saturday evening will not Beso great As estimated immediately after the fire. A thorough examination the building shows it is not so badly damaged below the third Story except by water and ice which completely envelopes everything saved from the flames. The loss the building is probably fully covered by $200,000 insurance while the additional losses will not foot up More than $1,000 to $2,000 $15,000 Worth stamped envelopes were burned and $70,000 Worth Stamps were in the vault the condition which is unknown. The la Osi office is located temporarily in the base Nangk to a Telegraph pole. Omaha nkb., Jan. 7.�?a party masked men boarded the West bound Union Pacific passenger train at Carbon monday and forcibly took a prisoner a dutch Charlie a from the custody the 8 i Riff. Who was taking him to it Rawlins for trial he charge the murder Vidon Field and Vincent at Elk Mountain last fall. Vidon Field and Vincent were officers sent in Pursuit train robbers and were murdered by the robbers. A Dueh Chat lies conf Stod to the mob that he was guilty and the maskers Hung him to a Telegraph pole it runs in the family. Boston Jan. 7.�?the inquest Over the body mrs. Tingly was hold at Attleboro yesterday and Lesul de in a verdict death by a razor in the hands her husband. The murderers a in a residing at Wrentham insuring Ltd the deed attempted suicide and ii is feared is temporarily insane. A sad Carr. Barnesville o., Jan. 7.�?sunday evening Sarah Clarke a widow gave birth to an Illegia mate child. The woman was atone in an old House scantily clothed and with hut Little fire. An hour afer a neighbor woman came in and found the new Horn a lie Frozen to death. The umbilical Cord had not been severed. The Mother Lav in terrible Atron. The an Imri ies were in a a provided food fuel and shelter for the unfortunate woman. Murder will out. Terre haute ind., Jan. 7. A recent lives a cations reveal the fact that Oliver Perry this com y. And John trader who is in the state Penitentiary for life another charge were the parties who ravished murdered and robbed an old woman named Eva Peters near his City Rise night the 15 h March 1875. Perry has been arrested. A b it Zyk at Ashtabula. Ashtabula Jan. 7. A a tire broke out in the Ashtabula House Block yesterday damaging the buildings to the amount about $5.000. The Block was owned by r. C. Warrington. It. Sterrett Lessee loses about $2,00<� furniture. Guetig has another fit. Indianapolis Jan. 7.�?while the officers were conveying Guetig from the courthouse to the jail yesterday he was seized with a fit and fell the East Entrance Steps frothing at the Mouth. He was carried to the jail and placed in a cell where ii remained but a few minutes before he asked to be released. When he came into the corridor he began chasing the prisoners who Are As much afraid him As death. Or. Jailer Brien who a a cured him his fits the her Day soon restored him to order. To the tune $10.000, Chicago Jan. 7.�?John a. Plummer who has for Many years been Book keeper for the firm j. S. Pieronett amp Cut has been discovered to be a defaulter for a Large amount. An investigation the books reveal that he has appropriated in the past two years from $8,<mx to $10.000. East living was the cause Plummer a fall. A triple hanging. Indianapolis Jan. 7.�?judge Heller yesterday overruled the Morion fora new trial. In the Case . E. Merrick for the brutal murder Bis w be the Middle Iasi Seo temblor and sentenced it he hardened wretch to he hanged by the neck until dead the 29th Day this month. Guetig for murder Marv Mcglew. And aches a the murder George Leggett will hanged the same a Lay. Afloat the Mississippi. Memphis Jan. 7. A yesterday a Man in a skills surrounded by a Large Field ice passed Here being unable to effect a Landing. As lie floated by efforts were made he tie men tie Coal Fleet to relieve him from his perilous position but they could not get near him account the ice. He informed the persons who attempted his Rescue that lie had been in frail bark two Days. He passed Down the River and nothing has been heard from him. Baltimore Brevi ties Baltimore Juii. 7.�?m. Kelly the Catholic publishing House Kelly. Piet co., is at the Point death from pneumonia. Bishop Whitting Hain is somewhat improved. The Oyster men in the Chesapeake Are Frozen in and suffering trembly from Frost bite. The for be the Czar will not interfere. New York Jan. Herald has a lengthy so Vecial Cable from its correspondent at Tashkent turkestan where he arrived december 30th. He was present the 31st at an interview the afghan embassy with Gen. Kaufman russian commander who Hud been sent by the Ameer to implore russian Assis Anee. The interview was Brief. In a Short address Gen. Kaufman categorically declared that his Lin Perial majesty the Czar absolutely refused to intervene in the affairs Afghanistan. Movements troops. London Jan. 6.�?a dispatch from Hazi Pir says general Roberts had arrived within right the residence the governor Khosh who sent in his submission. The British Are within three Days March Ca Duhar. The hostile outposts have sighted each . Grant considered at Cork. New York Jan. heralds Dublin dispatch ibis morning says at the Cork town Council meeting which declined to give Grant a reception. Harris said it will be to the interest our fellow countrymen in the United s ates if a proper reception is accorded Grant who represents the governing party Jin that country. There can he no personal antipathy to the gentleman himself neither was there anything in the government the sex president unpleasant to the Irish in America. Probably Grant will again he at the head the United states in which event it would he the interest our fellow countrymen in America if a proper recognition be Given to Grant his arrival at Cork. Or. Barry said the sex president had insulted the Irish people in America. He got up the a no Popery cry there. Or. Tracy said it would he unbecoming for the Catholic constituents Cork to Welcome such a Man. It would be ungenerous to refuse him hospitality if he deserved it but he saw nothing in Grants career that called for sympathy from the Irish nation. He never thought the Irish nation As he thought others and he went out his Way to insult their religion. Or. Dwyer would not couple Grants name with America. The Irish who sought Refuge and a Home in the uni de states had received kindness and attention from the american people. Grant had never Given Rise same recognition As the inhabitants. It would he an impropriety to pay any Mark rest sect personally to Grant. Messes. My Skocny and Creedon spoke to the same eff it Ami with great spout aves a there being no dissenting voices Cork refused to receive Grant. Grant said lie was sorry Rise people Cork knew so Tittle american history. Grant leaves Dublin today for Londonderry Ami Belfast the heralds Cork dispatch says the respectable liberals and conservatives Are indignant at the a Ion the clique in the Council who Insul fed Grant. An sex Mavor the City save a i a pity the general determined to return to Paris inst can a visiting Cork where he would have received such an ovation from the self respecting populace As would prove the Irish heart beats in sympathy with 8trikk guards. London Jan. general strike the guards employed Oil tie Midland Railroad is threatened because the expressed intention to increase the number working hours. Senatorial elections. Paris. Jan. 6.�?senatorial elections held yesterday show a great Republican Triumph. Of 47 old conservative members 13 Only have been re elected while All the republicans have been re elected. There is a Republican gain 41, thus making a majority in the Senate 58. Jubilant Over the result. Paris Jan. majority the French newspapers Are jubilant Over rite Success the republicans and the fresh majority secured by the moderate republicans. Iii ii duties considered. Berlin Jan. 0.�?the commission fora general revision customs and tariffs have Lieen Speed ally instructed to consider the advisability placing High duties the articles tobacco Petroleum Ulm sugar. Why mrs. Taylor has not returned. Berlin Jan. G. A mrs. Taylor a return to America is still unfixed owing to trouble with her landlord about the lease her House. He refuses to allow her to surrender it until the expiration her lease. Mouth deaths the thunderer. Constantinople. Jan. the persons wounded by the explosion a gun the thunderer have since died and Many others have become Blind. 8u Liem an Pasha exiled. In Inion Jan. dispatch from constantinople says Sulieman Pasha a Appeal Lias Lieen rejected. He has been degraded and exiled for life and now appeals to Iho Sultan for Pardon. Aid for Rhodope Mountain sufferers. London Jan. G.�?�4, xxx has been subscribed at the ottoman Bank. London to assist the Rhodope Mountain sufferers. Quet by the municipal authorities last evening. Distrust in Banks. London Jan. 7.�?public distrust in the condition Banks throughout great Britain is increasing and Many depositors Are withdrawing their Money. Reports Are Rife further failures banking houses and there is considerable excitement in financial circles. Raid the British. Calcutta Jan. 7.�?a band Mash a w Arris recently made an incursion into British territory plundered the inhabitants burned a tank and retreated to the were pursued by cavalry and part the hand Cut off. The plague revived. St. Petersburg Jan. 7.�?a supplement the official Gazette announces that the plague in Astrakhan which was abating has revived with great virulence since the recent thaw. The authorities Saratov Are taking every precaution to prevent the spread the epidemic. Will support the leather men. Berlin Jan. 7.�?bismarck, replying to a memorial from members the German leather Trade in favor Protection writes that he is ready to support their views so tar As personal influence can Avail. Brigands the Frontier. Paris. Jan. 7. A armed brigands have appeared the Franco Spanish Frontier. A ends do Annie Are actively engaged in arresting them. Death Admiral Touchard. Admiral Touchard member the chamber deputies for Paris i dead. Congress the wheels Astrain in motion. Will not investigate Acklen. Washington Jan. 7�?1 p. House Lias refused to order an investigation the social charges against . Acklen who made the request himself. Tiie River and Harbor Bill the Blouse Commerce committee this morning determined to report the River and Harbor appropriation Bill and appointed a sub committee to prepare it. Looking after Blodgett. The House has ordered the judiciary i Iii it tee to investigate tie conduct judge Blodgett Chicago. Kentucky specials. Items interest from the Interior Burl Sneed was loss about $400t burning an unknown Brig. Liverpool Jan. 7.�?the Captain the ship Cambrai it from Callao Peru that arrived Here yesterday reports that the 29th december last when in latitude 48� North and Longitude 19� West they passed a Large Steamer fire and evidently abandoned. She was painted Black was Brig rigged and bad a straight Stem and apparently a Square a Tern. Her foremast Ami boats were gone and her Forward top works were Burnt. No name was visible any part her. Labor strikes. Five Hundred coach builders have a a Ruck against an increase their hours from fifty three to fifty six and a half per week. Simultaneously with this movement similar f a strikes occurred in Many Large towns in Lancashire and Yorkshire. Five Hundred shipwrights employed in the Middleboro ship Yard have struck against a red Orion wages. The men Viere paid off and the Vani closed. The Brit aria imn works at Middlesboro have closed throwing two Hundred men out employment. The Midland railway employees at Carlisle tended.1 v fifteen Hundred men Are now engaged in the railway strike. Grant at Londonderry. London Jan. 7.�?��en. A rant arrived Here yesterday Ami was entertained at k Bau harrods Iorg. Jan. 7.�?although the Mercury stood at 10� below Zero yesterday a Good crowd was in attendance at the county court. Two handsome residences were sold under the Hammer yesterday the residence z. P. Mcbrayer was knocked off to Abe Suk yield a Many years a business Man Louisville for $g.�kx. The elegant residence h. Ii. Davis was sold to mrs. P. H. Jordan for $ 1,010. The dwelling House burned sunday evening. No insurance. Mrs. Smith an elderly lady this City narrowly escaped burning to death yesterday. Her clothing caught from the fire. Marville Jan. 7.�?the City election passed off quietly. There was less disorder than usual and no casualty any kind. Sprigg Shackelford is elected mayor by a handsome majority. Richmond Kym Jan. 7.�?the Richmond Herald is the name and j. Ii. Cunningham and Hon. K. W. Turner to he the editors a new paper which w ill be established Here about february 7th. Stock sales arc very Light there being no demand. Mund Fordsville Jan. 7.�?the democratic in meeting in Hart yes Erda inst ruled for general Dawson for lieutenant governor and for no one else. Paducah Jan. 7. A a novel entertainment for the Benefit it it the poor will be Given at the Richmond House to night. Boston station Jan. 7.�?the residence Samuel Davidson was partially destroyed by fire yesterday. Damage slight. Catlettsburg. Jan. 7.�?the most exit w ing election Ever Field in this place Lias inst closed. No License for whisky was carried by 11 majority. For right was to the Railroad was carried by a Large majority. Fury fla31es. Firemen killed and wounded in new York to Day. New York Jan. 7.�?bowers�?T general produce and grocery establishment Vesey Street was totally destroyed by fire about 3 clock this morning and the adjoining property considerably damaged by water. The following firemen belonging to engine no. 29 were badly Hurt Foreman Thos. Van Horn Taos. Hogan Dennis Hogan and Jones. W. Irvine was killed. Several members truck no.8 were a Iso seriously Bur. Win. Rowe a a Lief a if the first battalion was badly injured. Later fireman Irving who was killed at the Veseva Street tire is a so in sex assemblyman Irving. The firemen were engaged the first floor the burning building when the roof fell in. City Hail at Alton. Alton. Iii., Jan. 7.�?a fire broke out last evening at the cite Hall in which Are v. All the City offices and Post office partly destroying the building la be cite records were saved also All the valuables and letters in the Post office. Harness factory Burn cd. Newark n. J., Jan. 7.�?the harness manufactory c Peters Calhoun a co. Was discovered to be fire at a a e hour last night. The fire was confined to the building. Loss probably $2 000. Insured. Urath Worton . Pmi5adkj.fhia, Jan. 7. A Hon. My Irton Mcmichael . Publisher the North american sex mayor Philadelphia and president the Park commission a lied Ai 4 clock yesterday afternoon heart it is ease. Syracuse a n. Y., Jan. is piled up Here from six to eight feet deep

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