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Manufacturer and originator ofthe ccld
brated brands of j t ,:' f '
Silver Dollar, Wm, Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap-
Three iHeiiutles, Cordwpod and
oldaiugs. Second Btieet, MnysvilletKr.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Cap.
41 K. Sec. mchSOly MAYSVILLE, KYt
T" O. nR)VNING( M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence south-east corner of
Third and Sutton streets. Will rIvo special
attention to diseases peculiar to females.
a rixcii a- coM
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. T)Urd and SxUion Street,
mchSOly MA YSVILLE, KY.
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ATTOKNirV AT J,A&
Kcnl r.alaf and Collecting Agency.
ComtSt., (aplSdly) MAYRVILLK, KY.
r oir kicuksox,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy-
has nCMOVEti from his old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles H.FranU. apifrlly
J r. ItYAN.
Gold, Silvern nd NlcUel
and Rubber Stamp Work done on short notice
at Maysvllle Reialrlng Works, xo. 8,
Second stieet. aplTly J. F.RYAN.
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street Hark orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest stylo Turnouts.
Horses boucht and hold on Commission. Market
St. four doors below Central Hotel. al23
T W.SIMKUH dr liltO.,
A'o. 21, MARKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS, OILCLOTHS
and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30,
40, 45, 50, tO, tJ5, 70, 76; and 00 cts., $1.00 and .25
per yuiu. l
TOMS u. roYN'ra,J.,
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
luUvHlutf. Low rates. Looses promptly paid.
NodlseouutM No delays. Office cornerlhird
and Mai kct streets. nplGdly
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
Headquarters forClocks, Silver Goods,
etc. All work promptly and
Second St., bnM o! Market. api7
BAKER. AND CONFECTIONER.
Fresh OyMers a specialty. Fresh bread
and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished
on short notice. ,
35 Second st may3dly MAYSVILLE.KY.
j am; a uokkioh;,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and specifications furnished an rcas
nnnhlo terms mid nil work satlslactorily and
promptly done. Office on Third street, ho
tween Vall and Sutton. apUldly
TlrOKUlMKV iV KAtKLKV,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mh281y) MAYSV1LLEKY.
Hats, Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest
Market St., apiOdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
TfllS, fll, J. MOIIFOKD,
Third St., opposite Christian Church,
' Millinery and Notions.
A NEW STOCK Just received and prices
VEBY LOW. Bonnets aud Hata made over
lu the lateht styles. a'JUfd
TV ptS. l B t'OIXINH,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Lntcst styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street,
Mrs. George Burrows' old -stand. apllOdly
-ATINS 31 ATTIC CA11K,
Second $trcett January's Jllock.
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathors, Trimmings eta, of tho latest styles.
Prices Low. mchSldly
4"lWNH fc ISAllUIiKY,
Nog. 67 and 60 Second and 10 Sutton streets,
have Just recolvcd a laryo stock of Improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
tho greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered
to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, a pi 10
Q SIMON, 1
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc. No. 45 Market
Street, East slue, between Second and Third,
a21d6ra MAYSVILLE, KYw
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jfeL. 2 0. 297. MAYSVIpLE, KY., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBEK 7, 1883. PRICE &NE CENT.
THE VOTING IN VARIOUS STATES,
Much Interest Taken and llrnvr Votwi
Ciiirrnll.r rolled The Outlook lu
tlio Different 1TI(U.
Boston, Mass., Npv. 0. Thero Is fntenso
Interest In our election but no disorder.
The State voto Vill bo tho heaviest over
cast. Tho halt, lanio, blind and hospital
Inmates nro boing takon to tho polls.
Butler Is gaining in Butler strongholds, but
Robinson Is polling a remarkably heavy
voto, far exceeding that of Bishop last
year. In Boston tho early vote
was unpreccdently large. Ballen'ti
majority is likely to bo out-done
Jn this city. Tho ncgroos are s(id for
Robinson and tho Swedes for Butler. Tho
chances are slightly in favor of RoMiuson,
Boston, Maps., Nov. 0. Henry Cabot
Hogo, Chairman of tho Republican State
Commltttce, says tho Republicans have
swept the Stato. Ho claims to have
reports of Republican gains from ah
Allegheny City, Pa., Nov. C Every-thing
quiet. Tho Ladles Christian Temper
nnco Union representatives were present a.
tho polls in various precincts, urging the
merits of prohibition.
Philadelphia, Pa., Not. 0. Tho indications
aro that tho Republican Stato ticket
has received 6,0d0 to 8,000 majority hero.
The Chairman of tho Democratic State
Committee concedes 5,000.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 0. Good weather
is bringing out nn unusually large vote.
The Indications favor tho election o
Holton, Republican, for Governor, and n
small majority for tho Republicans in tlu
Assembly. Tho Fusionist ticket Is ahead
in this city.
Troy. Nov. 0. A slight disturbance occurred
in the First "Ward over tho attompud
arrebt of an inspector of election for u
leged ballot-box stuffing. Otherwiso then
wero undlsturbod proceedings. Flfttwi
special deputy Bhcrllfs wero present at e.uh
ward, and wero regarded by tho people r
an Infringement on tho part of tho Police
Department. There is a heavy voto, and u
largo majority against convict labor Is indicated.
Rho situation at Lanslugburg is
Buffalo, Nov. 0. Voting light Tho
majority fight is close. The Democrats
will probably secure threo out of five
most of county ticket and reelect
Senator Titus. Rain fell all day.
nARTronn, Conn., Nov a Tho indications
are that a light voto is cast. Tho
Republicans claim tho next Houso by a
good working majority. Little oxcitomunt
Leesruro, Nov. 0. The election is proceeding
quietly. A number of negroes are
voting tho straight Republican ticket.
Largo Democratic gains nro reported in
Loudon and Fairfax counties.
Richmond, No. 0. Tho voting to-day
has been more active than over known in
the history of tho city. No reports ot
trouble have been received from any district.
Tho Indications foreshadow tho defeat
of Maliono even in tho negro counties.
Tho latest reports show intense interest in
tho whole State, and probably tho heaviest
vote ever polled. Barbour, Chairman of,
tho Democratic State Committee, is confident
the Leglslnturo will bo Democratic,
and claims a gain of twenty In thu Hou
and three to five majority ix tho State Senate.
A report comes from Roanoke county
that tho books wero stolon from a largo
Demo'cratlc product of which Mahono wa?
Coroner' Verdict In the Johnson
Utioa, N. Y., Nov. C Tho adjourned
inquest on tho death of the, lato Arthur 1.
Jolinson, of this city, who committed
last Saturday mornlrig, was resumed
in tho forenoon. Miss Helena Bender, his
private secrotary, who first discovered tho
tody, was unablo on account of illness and
nervous prostration to bo present at the inquest;
and, as sho was tho most important
witness, tho Coronor visited her residence
and took her testimony, which was afterwards
read to the jury. Dr. W. H, Booth,
Dr. F. D. Crlm, John V. Bendor, aud
Hon. Arthur M. Bcardsloy were present.
The latter produced tho papers found by
him at tho ofilco of tho docoahcd soou
after tho tragedy was generally
known. It read as follows: "I
have myself dono this tiling. Pleaso
tok no question about it." The document
Is believed to bo in the handwriting of tho
deceased by thoso who nro familiar with it.
No now facts wero brought out, and tho
Jury rendered tho following verdict : "Thut
tho said Arthur B. Johnson camo to his
loath between tho hours of twelve and six
o'clock, in tho morning of November 3d,
lbS3, by a pistol shot fired by himself whilo
In a stato of mental deragemout, in his
office in tho Tibbotts Block, Utica, N. Y.
Tho funeral will bo strictly private and only
tho Intimate friends of tho deceased will bo
allowed to bo present. Hon. Roscoo Conk
ling arrived here last night, and It Is understood
that ho will act as a pall bearer.
More Testimony That I.oohs Very Had
Lincoln, 111., Nov. 0, Judgo Lacy arrived
from Havanna to conduct tho preliminary
examination of Orrln Carpenter,
accused of tho murder of Zora Burns. Tho
in the afternoon was paekod, ox-Governor
Oglcsby being an interested spectator,
ProseeutIug Attornoy Forrest
Opened the case by giving tho details of the
murders. Mr. Beach, leading counsel for
tho defense, followed, speaking of tho high
Standing of Carpenter. Mrs. Dukes, tho
Ulster of Zora, testified that Zora had much
better clothes and soveral silk dresses after
3h,o wont to Carpenter's houso to live. Mrs.
Dukes said sho had received money from
Carpenter to pay her way to Dakota, as
Carpenter wanted to get her out of tho
way. Her testimony was altogether very
damaging to tho dafense, and rigid cross-examination
failed to confuse her statements,
Tho popular feeling certainly continues
with tho prosocution. Tho examination
Is still in progress to-day.
Chicago, Nov. 0. Later A dispatch
from Lincoln, HI., says a great feeling of
Insecurity is prevailing thoro, owing to
rumors of an attempt to lynch Carpenter,
Tho militiay guarded tho jail until 8 o'clock
in tho morning, when they were replaced
by special deputies. It is not unlikely
vlolonco will bo used toward tho prisoner
on tho way to tho lfcoplo
scorn determined to inako him rcsponslblo
for Zora Burns1 murder, although tho
evldonco adduced bofore tho judge is so
weak that immediate acqultal Is looked for.
A Suffgrcstfo'n Tlmt May Tjcnrt to Inter-
ON 1 III If ItCMIllfS.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 0. At a mooting of
tho Now England Cotton Manufacturer's
Association, a plan for the establishment of
a toxtilo laboratory and museum in Boston
was presented by Edward Atkinson, after
ho had submitted a statement of his recent
observations ujwn tho differences between
English and American methods of constructing
and oiorating cotton factories.
At his suggestion this plan aud tho paier
In which it was ombodied wero referred to
a committee to consider and report upon at
a future meeting. Mr. Atkinson submitted
a draft of a course of instructions in toxtilo
industry to Sir Lyon Playfalr, who
it to him with such amendments as
ho deemed sultablo, wth a letter of approval.
Tenting nn Emigrant Lnm
Baltimore, Nov, 0. J. I. Cohen, counsel,
brought suits In tho Superior Court
against tho Collector of this Port, ono on
Ik? half of the North German Lloyd Steamship
Company to recover $S,000, and tho
other by tho Ocean Steam Navigation
Company, of Montreal, for $2o0 on account
of tho head tax of fifty cents per
immigrant passenger, exacted under tho
Act of Congress, Recently Judgo Blatch-ford,
of Now York, and Judgo Bond, of
tlds city, lu tho United States Circuit
Court, have sustained tho law. An appeal
lias been taken to tho Supremo Court of
tho United States to test the constitutionality
of tho Act of Congress,
! ii m i i
An Important Declilon.
IIarrisduro, Pa,, Nov, 6. Tho court
filed an opinion in tho caso of tho Commonwealth
against tho city of Philadelphia,
which was an appeal by tho Board of Review
Commissioners. After a very
lengthy and able review of tho caso tho
Court concludes: "In accordance with tho
provisions of section 0 of the act of 1878, we
ascertain tho amount of tho error In increasing
tho sum of the. property in Philadelphia,
subject to tho four mill tax, to be
the diiforenco botwecn HV&HiTffli and 200,-000,000,
to-wit: and direct tho
Prothonotnry to certify the some to tho
Auditor General and Stato Treasurer, as
provided in said section."
1 1 i i
l'oliremnu Slushed H'Mli n Hnr.or.
New York, Nov. 0. Patrolman Edward
Gllesple, while endeavoring to take a crazy
man named Albert Jordan, colored, into
custody, was slashed across tho left side of
tho throut with a razor, causing a ghnntly
wound. Despite his wound, tho policcmuu
succeeded in securing tho infuriated negro
and taking him to tho Pollco Station,
where tho wounded oilleer sank exhausted
Into tho arms of his comrades, weak from
loss of blood. He was taken homo ami
Jordan sent to the hospital as an insane
Queer Accident in n llncnlo.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 0. At 3 o'clock
Monday morning, as Annie Kelly and
Mary Robinson, inmates of "Bossr Cobbs
bagnio, 1 Goucfi Place, wero setting on a
sofa under a bracket which suportod au
oil lamp, tho lamp exploded, as is alleged,
find fired tho women's clothing. Robinson's
legs and Kelly's faco and head wero
burned. The Kelly woman also inhaled
some of tho fire. Tho womon wero
removed to tho City Hospital where both
lie in a critical condition.
AnntlierSpnnlfth Itevolutlon IlrcwtiifC.
Madrid, Nov. 0. It is daily becoming
more apparent that a new revolution is being
organized in Spain, and information at
hand indicates that every effort is being
mado to Insure tho succes of tho scheme.
ilany tilings have transpired which tend
to confirm tho belief that speculations at
homo and abroad are furthering the intrigues
for tho purpose of influencing prices.
London, Nov. 0. Dispatches from Turin
report that M. Kossutn is dying. Tho Hungarian
patriot has passed his eighty-first
year, and has been breaking down physically
for somo time. Ho has lived for over
twenty yoars in tho strictest privacy, do-voting
himself chiefly to scientific studios.
Hla physicians say his death may occur at
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Typhoid MI lit.
Port Jjcrvis, N, Y., Nov. C MuqU
anxiety i folt hero because of an epidemic
of tpyhuid fever, cases have
occured and more are developing daily,
Dr, McDonald, homeopathic physician,
claims it is due in part to tho use of milk
from Mrs. Cuddleback's dairy, Investigation
will bo made immediately.
IIIh Feelings Noathed.
New York, Nov. 0. Eli Johnson, the
temperance advocate, who sued Henry A,
Higloy for 1100,000 for alienating his wife's
attectious, suddenly disappeared from his
hotel in Brooklyn, His whereabouts aro
KILLING AN AMERICAN FOR MONEY.
Othr Crimen and :Mlnbapn Reported
In Various Parts of tho Country
A ISud Ioys Ilccord.
CrrATTANOOOA, Tcnn.. Nov. 0. Jorrv
Smith, an old man aged about seventy-five
years, was found dead on the floor of his
room alone, having died, it is supposed,
from illness und neglect.
HORRIBLE CRIME IN MEXICO.
Chihuahua, Moxico, Nov. 0. Jacob
Hipp, a wealthy resident of Mllwaukoe,
wis., whilo on his way from tho Mexican
Central terminus at Laredo to Duranfco,
wan robbod of S,000 aud murdered by read
n gents, two days ago. His wifo was outraged,
EXPRESS ROBRERS' SUICIDE.
Oakfteld, Wis,, Nov. 0. Loo WTiito,
who had been baggage master on tho Northwestern
Road, and who confessed to tho
robbery of a packago of money in tho express
ofllco hero six months ago, committed
suicide. Tho robbery has long remained a
AN OniO BOY'S SAD DEATH.
Salt Lake, U. T., Nov. C Prank, a
grandMm of Commodore Wilkes, of tho
United States Navy, was found dead on
tho 29th of October, about twenty-seven
miles from Floasant Valley Station, on tho
Deuvor & Rio Grande. Ho was hording
shoep on tho range thero, and, gotting lost,
no wanucrea anouc till ho died of exjK)Suro.
Tho persons wh6 found .. tho body identified
ll V .i
ic uy a loiter in tho coat pockot from his
uunc, iurs. mutes, oi this city, who was
notified by telegraph. On her Instructions
tho body was sent to this city, and they
were forwarded to his father at Zanesvillo.
Doro's Htatne IJnvHlod to Admiring
ThoBftands Yesterday In Paris.
Paris, Nov. 0. Tho weather favored tho
unveiling of tho Dumas statue, tho public
'flocked to witness tho spectacle and every
thing had boon dono to insure success. Tho
municipality gave tho ground, Jules Ferry
gave 12,000 francs, and other sums wero
raised by theatrical representations. Tho
peoplo at largo subscribed nothing. Tho
oiuciousness of a certain M. Villard
brought out tho fact that flcklo Paris cared
no more for Dumas. Therefore, tlio
speakers yesterday did their best to
kindlo tho enthusiasm. Only thirty
minutes were allowed tho
fivo orators, becauso tho ceremony Interrupted
tho horse car traffic which on
Sundays blocks tho boulevard Maleshebcs.
Conciseness, therefore, was tho rule, 31,
doJLouvcn, an old friend of Dumas, said a
few words, followed by Father Kaempfen,
Fine Arts director. Then M. Jules Clare-tie
spoko as a delegate of tho Dramatic Authors'
Society, and, lastly, Edmond About,
whoso speech was llko a glass of fine champagne.
Verses wero distributed among the
crowd, which admiral tho easy graco of tlio
statue, representing tho novelist in working
costume shirt sleeves, drawers and stocking.
Somo praised tho figure of tho girl, who
is absorbed in reading tho "Threo Musketeers,"
others commended tho attitude of
D'Artagnnn in keeping guard bohind. All
ngreo that the general aspect wis spirited
ar.d lifelike. Tho Prince of Wales sent to
oxpross his deep interest in tho ceremony.
Several plays of Dumas wero given nt
night. Mile, de Bello Islo performed at
tho Francaise, with a poem by Jean
Rlcard; and "Monto Cbristo" at the
Gaiety, with Dumalno ns tho hero., For
ono brief night Dumas' glory returned. Tomorrow
Doro's statue nlouo will recall tho
memory of tho great entortainor.
AT ATTEMPTED BLACKMAIL,
Mayor Manning Said to Have Dn.
earthed a IMot Atrninst 111m Cau
Buffalo, Nov. 0. Buffalo is considerably
ngirated over tho particulars of a social
scandal published in Truth, a Sunday
paper. Truth is tho organ of Mayor Manning,
and, during tho campaign has been
published as a daily. In a lengthy article
yesterday It gives particulars of an alibged
attempt of tho part of E. H. Butler, tlio
proprietor of tho Evening News, to entangle
Mayor Mannimr In a blackinailinc
' scheme. It claims that a short timo nco
Mayor Manning received a letter from "a
lady," who declared that sho had seen him
several times, and had fallen In lovo with
him. She desired to make his acquaintance.
The Mayor, who Is a married man,
with grown up children, Instantly " smelt
a mice," and, with tho aid of friends, s?t a
trap for his correspondent. An
was mado with tho woman, who turned
out to ho a student in one of Buffalo's
colleges: Bho was accused of being a
particijiant In a plot to destroy the good
name of the Mayor, and finally acknowledged
that sho had been hired to inveigle
him into a trap by which he would bo
brought and forced, under tin cat of expos
ure, to retire from his candidacy agiduit
Seoville. Sho implicated u number of poli
ticians who are hostile to Munning, among
them Mr. Butler, Truth charges that the
woman has been unduly intimate with Butler.
Icr. Till Inttttfla .i.i,W ... I., . !,1 4-,. 1. . n,w,n
- w mvirvi a VllJtllbJT to DU1U IAJ LU UlkU'
sionod by Manning's voto of tlio bill awarding
tho contract for lighting many unimproved
localities to tho Brush Electric Light
Company, of which Butler is a director.
Manning bays Butler threatened to bo revenged
on him for tWs action.
STOLE A SAW-MILL.
Cap I u re of a Itemitrtcablo Tlilef and
Covinoton, Ind,, Nov. 0. Sheriff Rinn
arrived hero with an escaped prisoner named
Thomas Davis, who broke Jail about throe
weeks ago. He is tho party who gained
quite a reputation by stealing enough sawmill
fixtures throughout, Fountain county
to fitup a mill in Pontlac, Livingston county,
Illinois, It was also supposed ' ho was
concerned in tho JoJ'in Aturphy ihurdor,at
Wallace, in tills county', but such is not tho
fact N Ho was able to proVQ an alibi, being
in Quincy, Illinois, when tho murder occurred
i A BRAKEMAN'S REVENGE.
Throwing; a Train rrom tho Track to
Work Out a Grudge,
St. Abans, VtL, Nov. d Tho train on
tho Missisquol road, duo horo at 10;25 a. m.,
was thrown from tho track near North
Enosburg Monday morning by a misplaced
Bwitcn, ana tlio engine was procipltatod
into tho rivor. Tho onginoor, Thomas
Mood, jumped and had both logs broken
and his skull fractured. Tho fireman, Fred
Hanvar, went down with the engine and
was killed, Thoro is a strong boliof that
tho switch was turned on to a gravol bank
and then locked by ono Ellis, a brakeman
on tho Southorn road, in rovongo for being
forbidden to rido on tho train without a
pass. Several persons say they saw Ellis
hurrying through tho woods at the timo
tho train left tho track. A party of men
at onco weht In pursuit, but nt last account
Ellis had not been captured. Tho
passenger cars wero thrown upon a sand
bank, but no passengers wero injured.
A TOUGH CUSTOMER.
A II art! Strnulo to Capture an Ath
Portland, Ma, Nov. 0. John L. Chapman,
who was arrostod at Dovor for passing
counterfeit monoy, is years
old, weight 100 lbs., aud is nearly as powerful
as Sullivan, whoso initials ho bears and
whom ho resembles in build. He was captured
In bed by two officers, who threw
themselves across h& breast as ho lay
asieep. rowonui as tho oil c era wero,
Uhapman lilted them by sheer streneth of
,tXi0 uPPf lrtof his body, and it was only
Arid n ilAurutnnfn ximntnln il.ni il..M
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cocdod in gotting his head down and hand-cults
on. Chapman is bcliovod to bo tho
leader of an organized gang and efforts nro
boing mado to detect tho others. Five witnesses
testified against Chapman and he
was hold in $1,000,
THE DANVILLE RIOT.
No Dcmnud Mado for United Mates
"Washington. Nov. l Innuirv at tho
, "War Department resulted in a declaration
from Secretary Lincoln that no requisition
had boenrecoivod by him asking for United
States troops to bo sont to Danville, Vo., to
quell anticipated outbreaks at tho polls.
Tho same answer was clven nt tho White
, House, and it was thought that tho State
militia were fully competent to attend to
tho matter should a riot eusuo.
New York, Nov. C Tho attention of
Judge Fulleiton was called to-day to the
statement that no foreign consul would be
iwrmittod to take part in court in tho defense
of O'Donnoll, tho slayer of Carey,
unless previously qualified for tho English
Bar, also to tho assertion that tho law giving
tho right to a foreigner of a trial by a
mixed jury in England had been abolished
some eleven years ago. "As I had previously
stated," replied tho eminent advocate,
,(I intended to start for England to defend
O'Donnell on tho 0th or 7th inst. Since
learning, however, that I would in all likelihood
bo debarred from participating in
tho trial in open court, and also tlmt
O'Donnell would not boallowvd a trial by a
mixed jury, I do not seo tho propriety of
my undertaking a Journey of 3,000 miles to
no purpose. If I am allowed tho courtesy
of participating in tho trial I shall certainly
go to England. On this point I
definite information at onco."
DlHavtroiis rire In SlIIuoM.
La Sallh, 111., Nov. 0. A fire broke out
In tho Destieger Glass Works early Monday
morning. Of the threo furnace houses, tho
two most valuablo wero destroyed. Tho
Siemen's tank furnace, an immense structure,
filled with molten glass weighing
somo two hundred tons. is ruined, the
J water falling on tho hot arch of glass
1 lug finished tho destruction. This tank
I furnace nlono cost $20,000 two years ago.
I Tho total loss will bo about $50,000 with
only $7,500 on tho manufactured ware and
material, but nothing on tho furnaces.
Tho Destieger Glass Company failed about
a year ago and tho works have been operated
by Stephen Paddon, a Chicago creditor.
Somo 150 workmen will bo left unemployed.
Nt. iAiulV AntMlliiK War.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 0. With the exception
of Henry C, Newman, Commissioner
of Labor Statistics, and W, A. Beekard,
who have not boon arrested, tho rlnghjers
indicted Friday havo given bond. Another
indictment turned up yesterday against
McChesney, tho ring boss, charging him
with attempting to obtain from tho
Brewers' Association $500, for which ho
was to secure thorn a court decision against
the Downing High License law, Tho indicted
pollco commissioners, Caruth and
LuU, have brought libel suits against each
of the grand jurors, laying damages at
150,000 in each caso.
ISottlo Worn Go Up.
Steubkxville, O., Nov, 0. Soreral
stockholders of tho Steubenvillo Bottlo
Works have mado application for tho appointment
of a receiver, Judgo Pearco
will hear tho argument on Thursday noxt.
Capital, $JJ0,O00; a&sets claimed $40,000.
Alleged mismanagement is tho causo of the
Tho Window GIhnh Ntrlltrr.
Pittsruro, Pa., Nov. 0. A committee
of tho Window Gins Workers Association
publish a card apioInting November 8th
for conferonco with tho manufacturers'
committee. It Is doubtful, however, if any
settlement will, bo offocted.
Want a lMiotocrnpli or It.
San Frsncisco, Nov. 0. Judge Finn, at
tho request of Senator Sharon, ordered
Aggie Hill to furnish a photograph of her
alleged inarriago certificate, to enable tho
coui t to test its genuineness,
MadlMon C'lnb (Jonn Up.
Nmv York, Nov, 0. Tho ftiadfson club
decided to give up its quarters and adjourned
sine die, Tho club's indebtedness
is $10,000. Tho trouble is said to bo tho result
of gambling by members. '