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THE EVENING BULLETIN
MAYSVELLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1887
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II THE IMPENDING CRISIS.
A POSSIBILITY OF THE FRENCH GOV
ERNMENT BEING REVOLUTIONIZED.
The Tltaa U Not far Distant When a Ma.
poison Will Da at the llaad of French
Affairs Queen Yietora's Daughter to
Beeome ltuler.of Germany.
London, Nor. SI In calculating the
outcome of the French crisis, little thought
'apparently, is given to tho possibility that
the governmental system may be revolu
tionized, yet if the frionds of Prince Victor
Napoleon are to be believed, the chances of
that gentleman's enjoying what he and they
deem to bo his rights are Increasing dally,
and the time is not far distant when a Na
poloon 'will again be at the head of French
His llttlo court at Brussels is tho resort of
so many of tho discontented and 'ambitious
that it is not uniikely that tho Belgian gov
eminent will forestall a French roinon
etrance, and speedily request him to relieve
that miniature Pans of his presence. Prince
Victor is very popular with the Belgians
who pay him many flattering attentions
and profess their belief that in him the Na
poleonic dynasty will be' revived. The re
cent prosenco of tho ex-Empress Eugonie
and the knowlodge that her fortune will bo
devoted to supporting young Victor's pro
tensions is regarded as another favorable
indication of the strength of his cause.
Franco is a stake worth playing a desporate
game for and the BonaparcUts may soon
have on opportunity to prove what hold
their claims have on the affections of the
French people. When the expected crisis
arrives, tho Orleomsts, BonapartUte and
Republicans will have a triangular light
amonc: thomsolves similar to tne duel of
that description in" Midsbipmon Easy."
An anient follower of Prince Victor's
fortunes, who has seuu the rougn draft of a
proclamation to be issued by tne prinoo at a
suitable time, describes the document its
having boon written with much ability and
an eloquence of diction winch ennnot fail to
bring out the latent enthusiasm for Napol
eonic dynasty which he firmly belioves
lurks in the bosom of every true French
man. The extracts which he gives from
memory sound somewhat theatrical, but
ore repjeto with tho pithy and sentitentious
expressions dear to tho gallic heart. The
"Idees Napoleoniennes" of tho last emperor
have beeutfully drawn upon, the duit ruct
ion of feudalism and the progress of the
nation in arts and arms under the great
Napoleon dilated upon, while in marked
contrast with tho good taste displayed in
expressing an assurance that the oountry's
future prosperity depends upon that na
tional economy only possible through a pro
longed peace, is a sultifying hint at recon
quering the lost provinoes. Recapitulating
the unhappy ending of tho four Napoleons
tho proclamation repeats the absurd libels
that tho .second bearer of that name was
poisoned by the Austrian and the fourth
betrayed by the English to the Zulus. The
Bonapartists, like Orleauists, insist that the
higher clergy iu France are, and must be,
hostile to a republic, and that from their
teachings the women and children are care
fully inibuod with the wh'olesome dootrinos
that the best interests of the country de
mand a return to a mora conservative and
permanent form of government..
Shall England ltulo Germany.
London, Nov. 24. Lord Salisbury, pre
mier of the British government, is expected
to givo some general indication as to the
policy to be pursued by his cabinet ool
leagues at the address which be will deliver
at Oxford. Whatevor course tho ministry
may resolve to submit to parliament upon
reassembling next February with regard to
the future government of Ireland, it. Is Ac
knowledged on all sidea that the probable
demise of the Gorman emperor before par
liament will bo convened, tho hopeloss if
not dying condition of the Crown Prince
Frederick William and the serious state of
health of the crown prince's own son Will,
lam will procipitato questions of still graver
moment upon the British cabinet than tho
furthor development of the government's
coercua policy in Ireland.
It has only been within the past few day
that the condition of tho young Prinoa
William has been gonerally disclosed, his
father's fatal malady and the dying oondi-
tlon of his grandfather, the emperor, di
verting puDiio attention Irotn nls own case.
It is now no longer couoealed thitt tho
crown prince's son is Buffering in a severe
degree from the same peculiar disease which
carried off the late king of Prussia, after
rendering him completely insane during the
last few years of his reign. Tho technical
name of the disoaso from which the young
prinoo is suffering is "otitis media," and the
only known remedy consists of a never end
lng succession of abscossea on that part of
the ear situated between the tympanum and
tho base of tho brain. The queon is groatly
alarmed and affected at the condition of the
Imperial family, tho direot male line which
threatens to become oxtinct within perhaps
the next two or three years If not sooner.
In the event of the doath of tho emperor,
of his son, the crown prinoo, and of ths
crown prince's son William, the son of
young1 Prince William, who is only four
years of age, would bo next in succession,
and the question of a regeuoy under Queen
Victoria's oldoet daugnter would arise
within the Gorman empire. These events
appear to bo so imminent that Lord Salis
bury is expooted to refer to them, asthoy
already overshadow the subjects originally
considered likely to occupy tho attention of
the country if the queen convoked parlia
ment In tho ordinary way.
Will Form Cabinet.
Paius, Nov. 24. It Im reported that M.
Rabol, member of the chamber of deputies
for the department of Pas de Colais, will
form a new cabinet among tho mom
bers, ot which will be MM. Goblot and
The Journal Des Debats advocates the
awaiting of the result of President Grevy's
efforts to form a new cabinet, but says it is
impossible not to ueo the gravity presented
by the prolonged uncertainty, which offers
tho chanco for the croation of a dictatorship
or an outbreak of disorder.
Two Natural Oaa Victims.
BXAVXR, Po.; Nov. 24. While examin
ing n natural gus regulator hore last night,
Henry Camp, the Heat and Light company '
I &? S.rSSSSt
were dangerously Injured by an explosion.
One of tho men struck a match to see the
gauge, unoonsoious.of a leak. Gas had ao
cumulated.ln the box over the regulator,
and it was Ignited by the match. Two of
the victims are In a serious condition, and
will probably die.
RAGING FOREST FIRE3.
Handrods of People Driven From Their
UoKM-Wcrk of Indians.
EJL7T8A8 City, Mo,, Nov. !H. Special ad
vices from the Indian Territory and South
ern Kansas bring news of a terrible state of
affairs throughout that section of tho coun
try consequent on the long continued
draught, and the prairie fire that have en
sued. For the seven last months the people
living in a section 'JK) miles square have
been hoping and praying for rain to rolieve
their sufferings, but now they havo settled
down to brood in dospair over the disheart
ening prospects. In all directions f rt m VI
nlta can be Been the glare of ttio praire (Ires
which aro sweeping everything from their
path. Tho sun has been obscured for days
by the donso smoke.
At ReJ Fork an ansa of forty rquaro
miles has been burned, destroying millions
of tons of hay and many agricultural im
plements. Soverol hundred head of cattle
have been destroyed and two ranches havo
been swept clear of evory vestige of human
habitation. In the Oklahoma district and
along the southern border of Kansas the
flros have boon raging for days and tho in
habitant are leaving by tho hundreds.
In Oklahoma tho Indians are adding to
tho trouble by setting fire to spots which
havo escaped tho flames in order to drivo
out the white settlers.
Thousands of head of stock have been
shipped in from Tbxas, and now they will
all havo to bo resbipped book or thrown on
the eastern markets. It is impossible to
givo an estimate of the .loss, but it will
reach into tho millions. All the wells and
streams in the country are drying up, and
the people are beginning to realize that
their only salvation is to seek soma other
place, and they are leaving the result of
years of foil, and going baok to eastern
Wants to Suooeed Governor Oglesbj.
Gknesko, IlL, Nov. 24. Hon. Clarke E.
Carr, of Galesburg, has been making a tour
of this port of the
state. Mr. Carr is a
candidate for guberna
torial honors at the
hands of .the Repub
licans. In case Oglos
by is not a candidate,
Mr. Carr will have a
large following here.
Sinco it has become
known that Congress
man liender-ion will not enter the guberna
torial race, Carr is favorably spoken of by
some of tho formor's friends. It is also
said that Congressman Henderson has de
cided not to bo a candidate for congressman
nxt year. , i
Oara Himself Dp. I
CniOAQO, Nov. 24. William Meyers, who
hot his wife and attempted to shoot his son
and daughter at Houston avenue and Nine
tieth street last Sunday evening, and who
has sinco been at large, walkod into the
Hyde Park police station last night and
gave hinuolf up. Mayers has been in hiding
sinoe tho shooting and tho police were of ths
opinion that ho had committed suioide. H
refused to say anything as to tho motives
for his murderous deed. Mrs. Meyors, who
was reported dying last night, is said to be
dying this morning.
Murderara Handed Over the Una.
Ottawa, Can., Nov. 24, The department
of justice has boon notified that Gaddry and
Lacette, tho murderers of McLoisch, havi
been handed over by the United States
authorities and safely lodged in jail at
Regina. It was reported that an attempt
at rosouo would bo made by tho frionds ot
the two prisoners, and the United States
government, at the request of Sir Lionel
West, accordingly furnished a guard to ths
frontier, where tnoy wore handed o' er to a
detaolunont of mounted police."
laUrostlns; to lias Hull Player.
Byhaouhk, N. Y., Nov. 24. Secretary C
D. White, of Utioa, representing ths inter
national Base Ball association, has issued a
circular asking all minor Leagues to select
delegates to a convention of such associations
to bo held early in December at either Buf
falo or Cleveland, to consider tho question
of electing three delegates to act as minor
League representatives upon the arbitration
committee, as suoh Leagues were invited to
do at ths recent meeting of tho National
Leagu, in New York city.
Vlotluia of the Beholtan Disaster.
SntAOOSK, N. Y., Nov. i-k Tho wife
and eight children of John P. Frost, & la
borer in the salt mills in this city, were lost
with the steamer W. A. Scholten. Frost
come from Weat Prussia about nmo months
ago, and saved all his money to pay for tho
passage of his wife aud ohlldron, It took
all his savings (153 to buy the tickets.
His wifo was about forty -Ave years old, and
tho children ran god from oight mouths np
to twenty -two years of ago.
MoKmv Defeats Conley.
BoflTOrf, Nov. lit John McKay, of Hall
far, defeated Peter Conley, of Portland, iu
a threo mil race with turn, on the Charles
river, Tuesday afternoon. Tho water was
smooth as glass and the race was Interesting
throughout. Conley had a boat's 'length
advantage during the first half of tho raoe,
but after making the turn McKay gradually
closed on him and took the lead, whining by
several lengths. Time Di ilS. The rooo was
for $250 a sidet
Two Ttlooks or Stores Uarned.
Paek Hill, Ont., Nov. 24. Two block of
stores owned by Loyett and Gardner, were
burned At an early hour this morning. Sev
eral occupants had narrow escape. Tho
oflloo of the Park Hall Gazette, in tho Gard
nor blook, was totally destroyed. The loss
Cured Ills Hlckness.
Baltimore, Nov. 24. James Jackson, of
Philadelphia, suiuided to-day at 0n4 East
Baltimore street by shooting blmolf with a
pistol. He Ie t a card saying ho was sick
and requesting tho Frankford doctors to
take chkrgo.of his body, ,
' j is DON M. DICKINSON?
INTERESTING READING ABOUT THE
INCOMING CABINET OFFICER.
A Clever Little Speeoh at a Supper In
Which He Ealoglsnd the-Present Post-
'master GenaralIIow lie Prayed for
Cleveland at a Michigan Convention.
DCTnorr, Mich., Nov. 24. Tho Detroit
bar gave Judge Rellly n supper last night
Don M. Bickinson presided. In closing his.
response to tho toast to his future happiness
Judge Reilly proposed the health of the
postmaster general, which was uproariously
applauded, aud Mr. Dickinson was callod
On rising Mr. Dickineop ouloieod tho
state of Wisconsin, while tho table won
dered. He spoke of hor gnngrnph cal posi
tion, her resources, and said she produced
grain, badge'rs, lumber, intelligent people
and ablo men. Ho said ho felt honorod in
being called upon to respond to the toast of
ono of bor distinguished sons, who was ono
of tho most distinguished men of tho na
tion. "A man," he said, "who had conquorod
tho hoart of his political opponents by his
noble tribute to their great chief, Ulysses S.
Grant; who ad won the affdo Ion ani re
gard of his party by fidelity to its princi
ples, and had gained the confidence o'td re
spect of tho whole country by his magnifi
cent administration of the poU'ifllce depart
ment of tho Federal government. We
honor ourselves as wo honor hfm whon we
drink the toast to William F. Vilas."
The opplauso that followod was fifty parts
for Mr. Vilas and fifty for Mr. Dickinson's
clover transfer of the significance of the
toast from himself to the prosont postmaster
ITow lie Prayed for Cleveland.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov. a4. Tbo
appointment of Don M. Dickinson to a post,
tion in Mr. Cleveland's cabinet has revived
recollections of a scone during which was
demonstrated a courage and adevotlon such
as is seldom witnessed in a politician. It
was a convention held here in August, lSSt
The Rev, Mr, Tilden opened the proceodfnga
with a prayer, in which he invoked blessings
on Jefferson, Samuel J. Tiden and others,
but failed to mention President Cleveland.
Mr. Dickinson then arose to address tho
convention. A hush fell on the great gath
ering as, with head erect and flashing eyes,
"Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of tok
Convention I listened with bowed bead
end reverent heart to the eloquent invoca
tion of the reverened gentlemen with the
sacred nama, nts office here was to voloe
the prayer in the hearts of tho members of
the convention, but I missed in his utter
ances that sentiment which I beliove to ba
uppermost in every breast in this body,
and with tho utmost roverence I can speak
that sentiment." Then, with uplif tod hands
nnd with full and solemn voice, he added:
"God bless and save and keep that Demo
crat of Democrats the noblest of tbem all
Grovor Cleveland, president of the United
One could have beard a pin drop for an
ins -nt, and then the crowd rose as one
man. Hats, handkerchiefs and hands were
throw i up, and such a roar of human
voices rose in wild cheering that speech
and business were suspendod for ten
HERR MOST'S TRAl.
Jury Complata and What
arohlst Bald In Conrt.
. New York, Nov. .The trial of Heir
Host, for delivering an inoendiory speech,
began yesterday. Curiosity seekers and
Anarchists wore excluded from the room.
Eleven jurors were chosen after much by
play. 'The state is represented by Assistant
District Attorney Nicoll, and Herr Most by
Mossrs. Howe and HummelL
The Mast jury was completed at noon and
Mr. Niuholl at ouoe pr-Xttoded to open tho
cams for the people. In the course of his
speech ha defined tho charge against Most
as much mora serious than at flrt sight ap
peared. Tho charge was only one step re
moved from treason, and the proof of the
prisoner's guilt was of the strongest char
acter. Mr. Nicoll then read from tho code
what constituted on unlawful assemblage
and inciting to riot, and pointed out to the
jury that Most and his friends had not only
been guilty of unlawful assemblage, bnt
that his speech on (bo 12th instant incited
Louis Rort, a ward detective, was tho first
witness. He testified that ha was present at
Kroemer's hall on the night that Most made
his speech. It was the night following the
day on which the Anarchists were hanged
In Chicago. Ho talked with the mou assem
bled there. When Most entered tho hall ho
was greeted with "Ueio comes our leader."
When Most began to speak be' addressed hit
hearers as "Slaves." He asserted that Llngg
bed been murdered. Ho said that all those
who had been connected with tho carrying
out of the sentenoo should be attended to.
"Jf I knew' who had strangled our broth
erf," shouted Most, "I would never root un
til I had strangled them."
Lawyer Howe, counsel for Most, asked
Roth if be know the German for tho word
"fate." Witness did not, and was cross
examined f ui then John J. Safe, another
detective, corroborated Itoth in full, and
wore that ho heard Most use the words in
citing vengeance against Oglesby and tho
( Indiana White Caps. '
CiuwroRDHViLLB, ' Ind., Nov. 24. The
White Caps, or self-styled regulators, have
made their nppearanoe In this county. At
yet they have confined themselves to writ
ing warning and posting notices. There)
promises to be trouble.
The Walking SI a toll Score.
Philadelphia, Nov. 24. The score walk
ing match: Littlewood, 300 miles; Albert,
2H miles; Puuchot, 201 miles; Noreauto, 250 v
miles; tflson, wi miles. Cox retired with
202 miles to his credit, and Hart with a
core of 2oA
Pat. Kltleu Aooepta.
Minneapolis, Mitm., Nov. 54, Pat Kit
len announced yesterday that ho will accept
tho challenge of Frank Glover to fight with
small gloves, tho winner to take 75 and tha
loser 23 per cent of the receipt.
Tuples of tha Times Olvaa In m Terse and
Milk sickness is raging near Vinoennos,
Nino buildings wero burned at Franklin; ,
O., last night.
Ex-Empress Eugenie is dangerously ill At
John Spollman, the great'jookey, is dying
in a New York hospital.
Mrs. Margaret Kidder, of Chicago, wens
carzy about tho faith cure.
August Hntzkn, Chicago, whipped hi
step-son, ogod eleven, to death.
Charlns Patterson, aged eighty-two, a
Dayton rociuso, burned to doath.
H. O. Shepherd & Co., of Chicago, hnv
given in to tho striking printers.
I is propot ad that the fourteen canal suit
on trial at Aitron be adjustod by tho legis
lature. Van Buren, Ind., perforated .tho bottom
of thoir gas well aud developed an oil
A New York clothing house gavo away
$.000 ovorcouts to poor boys for an adver
Advance in tho price of whisky mako
count is thousands mourn down in old
Gilbert Carter, wifa and servant wera
asphyxiated by gas from a stove at Hudson,
FenroJ that a gas pipo trust will bo
formed, as tho bomb makers are cornering
Bruno Muollor, of CKicago, is dying of
hydrophobia. His son died of the same dig
ease in July.
Schaoffer defeated Slosson at billiards la
Chicago yesterday, making 200 points to
Tho -Canadian schoonor Riohard Moor
wood sunk forty miles below Marquette,
Tho crow escaped,
McClain, arrested in Cincinnati for mur
dering Isaao Bavless at Kn oxvillo, Tonn.,
has been acquitted.
An unknown two-masted schooner is at
the bottom of tho lake noor Kenosha. It is
foarod her crow porishod.
At Sewallsvlllo, O., Harvey Lyster shot
at the nsuul rabbit and killed John Garvin
in the good old-fashioned way.
William Baldwin, a Chattanooga liquor
dealer, llred on threo officers, morUlly
wounding ono. Tho othor two killed Bald
win. State board of railway and warehouse
commissioners, in session nt Chicago, is ox
pected to make a report on tho Chatsworta
Pete Nolan mot Jim Fells1 backers at
Fort Wayne yesterday, and mode arrange
ments for a light at Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Joseph Ware, organ man nt Shelbyvlllo,
Ind, is hardware to his creditor. Ho has
fled, leaving them and his betrothed, Miss
William Hughes, of Brook villo, Ind.,
thought sixty years a long enough journey
in this yalfi of tears and stopped his pilgrim
age with a pocket rifle.
William Bepiar, a young man of Ripley
township, Ohio, tried to escape from hU
family troubles by tha rope and shotgun
routes, and failed in both.
James Martin, a farmer, was robbed ol
$1,!I25 on a train between Chicago and Tus
cola, IlL The money belonged to a neighbor
for whom he bod sold stock.
An effort to force Rev. J. C. Kimball, ol
Hartford, Conn., to resign for likening tho
Anarohists to Jesus Christ, was defeated
by tho female mombers of the churoh.
Ohio state board of health has been noti
fled that emigrants to the unlucky num
ber of thirteen are hying hither ward
with their systems packed full of cholera
Real estate generally goes up with the"
discovery of a mammoth gas well, but at
Fisher's Station, Ind, it is gradually sink
lng, and the inhabitants ore quivering with
A Corey (O.) man went down cellar with
a llghtod match to And a leak in tho gas
pipo. He didn't have half the trouble find
ing it that ho bos now in gathering up thi
splinters of bis house.
At Nlcholosville, Ky., J. D. Carlisle,
undo of Stephen Carlisle, is an applicant
for tho position of United States deputy
revenue collector, mode vacant by tha
death of L. D. Baldwin.
Tho Xenia, 0 school board deny that
Eva McCulloin's complexion Is not entirely
agreeable to them, but maintain that they
have the right to say what school she shall
attend. Hence arises a lawsuit in black
Rev. Dr. D. a Kelly, of Nashvilio, U
requested by tho North Alabama confer
ence of the Soutborn Methodist church to
resign becauso ho defended Emma Abbott
in her act of rising in church wbeu s
preacher roasted theaters and thoater.
A FJ'ght With a Panther.
Omaiia, Neb., Nov. 24 .Engineer Mario
bom and liis tiroman had a lively enoountei
with a panther, Sunday night, between
Minden and Axtell. Some part of tht
machinery got out of order and the train
was stopped. Ho and his flreman got out
and wero at work on both sides of tho
engine. Just as they were completing thi
repairs, a terrible yell was heard and before
Karkham could turn, a large panther
prang upon him and burlod its claws in tht
engineer's shoulder. The fireman camo to
bit rescue and struok the brute over tht
bead with a heavy wrench. Thit partially
tunned tho panther, which loosened its
hold, but before either of tin men oonld
take advantage of tha situation, he made a
vicious leap for tha fireman, burying one of
its claws in tho man's hip, Morkbatn then
pulled his pistol ond.b a lucky shoe htc tho
panther botweonYtho eyes, killing him. Both
men wero badly hurt and will bo laid up fot
tome time. '
A Btartllne He port. -t,
Plainvield, Ind., Nov. 24. A startling
report comet from Fisher's station, asmall
Tillage eighteen nulos from hero, aincaj'taa
opening of a mammoth gas wojt aptaar:
piace a few days ago, thore hud Ueeq.aise' . . t
tlement of the earta of several inohaaiikdr
tho whole population are terrified beyWdYj?