In i lic flvi' niilc race ;it the Huk n- niglit Mr. Klino took the first prlze, ;i pair of Fenton club skates, and Lawrence Sweenoy took thesecond prize, tUroe dollars' wortb of rlnk tickets. Time of Mr. Klinc, 32 min. nul 35 seconds. Tüere were geven enüies. Professor Hem y Wuile Hogers, of the law i'.epartinent, luis ui irticlc In tlie June North Americnn Review entitled ' Ilarboring Conspiraoj-." The nature of the paper may be seen frora the followug sentences tound early'lü the article: l It is claimed tliat wklenee exists whlch proves that (host; conspirators [dynamlters] igiiinst the livcs and piopcrty of tlie peopleof Englánd hnve thölr base of opemtions in the United States, lt II. is be !o, the important question for us is whether the United States is thereby placed imder uiy oblijiation to Üiterfere in the matter." Three lires in the city sincc our last issue. The lirst broke out shortly befoie twelve o'clock Thursday night, and proved to be in the tailor shopoti the -¦ oud Hoor over Win. Wagner's clotliin 8tore, 21 South Main. It is not known defiuiteljr hqvv tlie tire origiiiated. Mr. Wagner tliis week received $1,000 insurance on the injary to the stock, and $200 to cover the bulldlng'a damnges. J!y tlie early checklDg of this liie our city eseaped what niiglit lmve been i very disastrous night's work. Satnrday niglit about ten o'clock a $300 fire destroyed a barn belonging to the Jas. B. Gott estáte, near tlit; Toledo road. The origin of the fire is uncertain. Last night at ten o'clock a barn belonging to Wm. Groves, of NorfchUÖ1U ttiUUUlUg ii v... i tht; oltl Oalgflrt llOIIX' in the third ward bumed. Lost, perhapa $500. It was probably set afire, is the general opinión.