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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
MAYSVELIiE, KY.f FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1887
? R O WN'S
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red
Lines on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000,
" We do hereby certify that we tupervtte ths
ttrremgements for all the Monthly and Semi
Annual Drawings of the Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, ana in person manage and con
trol the Jfrawings themselves, and that the tamt
are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in
goodfaith toward all parties, and we authoriu
the Company to use this certtfleate, with fae-sim-ilu
of our signatures attached, in its adveriiss
We the undersigned Hank and Bankers will
pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lot
teries which may be presented at our counters.
J. II. OGr.EHKT, Fres, I.ra. National lib
r. IiANAUX, rrcaldeutStntoNni'lJBk.
A. BALDWIN, I'rcH. N. O. Nntlonnl Ilk.
VARI. KOIIN. Vrctt. Union Nnt'l Bnnk.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! Over
Half a Million distributed I'
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTO COMPANY
Incorporated In 1868 lor twenty-flve years
by tlie Legislature for Educational and Char,
ltablo purposes with a capital of 81.000,000
to which a reserve fund o( over $650,000 has
By an overwhelming popular voto its trem
eklse was made a part of the present Stale
Constitution adopted December 2, A.D., 1879.
Tlie only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
bji the people of any State.
K3Tlt never scales ornastpones.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings take
place monthly, and the Soml-Annual Draw
ings every six months (June and December).
OSTA 8I'iulll opportunity to win n
Fortnne. First Grand Drawing, class A, In
the Acadomy of Mlislo, Now. Orleans, TUES
DAY, JAN. 10, 1887-212th Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
NOTICE. Tickets are S10 only ; Halves. $5,
Firth", 82: Tenths. SI.
IilHt or Prises.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE ol...150,000 8150.000
1 GRAND PRIZE of. 60,000 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE of 20,01)0 20,000
2 IiARGE PRIZES of. 10,000 20,000
4 1.ARGE PRIZES of 6,000 20.000
20 PRIZES of. 1,000...... 20,000
60 " 500 25,000
ioo " aoo so,ouo
200 " 200 0,000
600 " 100 60,000
100 Approximate Prizes of 8300 880,000
100 ' " 200 20,000
160 " " 100 10.000
LUX) Terminal 6C 60,000
2,179 Prises, amounting to 8533,000
Application tor rates to clubs should be
made only to the office of the company In
For farther Information write clearly, glv
lng Jull address. POSTAL. NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York Exchange In or
dinary letter. Curreuoy by exnress (at our
M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, La.',
Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. O.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La,
DMAAiMlMUiat the presence o!
rcGlTflGlTlDBr Generals Beauregard
and Early, who ure in charge of thodrawfugs,
is a guarantee of absolute fairness and Integ
rity, that the chances are all equal, and that
no ono can possibly divine what numbers will
draw a Prise. M nj
KEMEB1IJEK that Four Nat 16ual Banks
guarantco the payment of Prizes, and that all
tickets bear the signature ol the President
of an Institution, whoso franchise is recog
nized lnthelnghest Courts; therefore, beware
ol any Imitations oranonymous schemes.
.K. DEW1TT C. fllANUKilM,
Offlco: Sutton Street, noxt
door to Pofltofflco.
"1 VS. W. W. 100U,
Office Second Street, over Run-
Y,ftt Aw TTflsl.i.'u .Inn .ria nlnht
Nltrous-oxlde Gaf) administered in nil cor.w,
m II, N. H311TII,
Yaftisit..t avI.1 t lnv..l.lHM mah
suedfortheiialnlefisoxtraotlonof ajmuh ,
.llHWUD-VAJUPilli jnUKIUUK Kttll
Ueth. Office on Court Street. aplfldly
DEATn 0F G0V' B0I) WELL
MAINE'S EXECUTIVE MANSION A
HOUSE OF MOURNING.
'.The Ilodlly Function! of the Great Stan
Cento ut fti.10 n. m. A. Drier History nf
I1U Singularly Interesting Career Tho
K-ienU In Ills Fnbllo Life.
JOSEPH R. BODWKLU
AUGUSTA, Mo. Dea 10. Governor Joseph
R, Bod well died this morning at 5:30 o'clock
at tho oxecutlve mansion. He had boon
Buffering for some time, and for several
days it has been known that ho could not
Govornor Bodwell's career has boon a
ingularly interesting one, bejng that of the
old fashioned, typical, Amorican, Benjamin
Franklin sort of boy, who, by industry and
application rote from a humble position to
Joseph R. Bodwell was born in 1818 in
what is now part of Lawrence, Mass. In
those days they called it by the old-fashioned,
name of Methuen. His father was so
poor that the boy wont to livo with an uncle.
He has been governor of- Maine, farm
' laborer, shoemaker, farmer, teamster,
quarryman and granite works proprietor.
The latter ho was still interested in on a
, very largo scale. He it was who opened up
tbo granite quarries of Maine, thus giving
his fellow citizens a new industry. Ho be
gan to work tho quarries at Fox Haven in
1852. So small was the beginning that he
used to haul the granite out himself with
one yoke of oxen.
I He learned shoemaking evenings, while
ho was going to school in tho daytime. He
had, besides his quarry interests, a lino
farm, and was known as a largo importer of
blooded stock". He was ono of Maine's most
lubstantial and respected citizens. Remem
bering his own poverty and humble begin
nings, ho took great interest in publio
schools and in the cause of temperance. He
has twioo repneuted his follOw-citizens in
the lower house of tho Maine legislature,
has twice been mayor of Hallowull, and a
delegate-at-lnrge to the Republican conven
tions at Chicago in I860 and 1334.
A Court Deolilnu That Will I'robably
Close Kvery Saloon In Ioiva.
Dubuque, Iowa, Deo. It). The Prohibi
tionists of Iowa scored a groat victory yes
terday a victory that foreshadows tho
closing up of all the saloons and browerios
in tho stato at an early date. Judge Shoras,
of tho United States court, in pursuance of
instructions received trom Judge Brewer,
remanded to the state courts all injunction
cases beforo him. The liquor men and cold
water apostles fully appreciate the wide
spread effect of Judgo Brewer's order. It
is the hardest blow struck at the boor and
whisky traflla since the passage of the
Clark law. The brewers hoped by sharp
practice in tho courts to praotically nullify
tho law for many years. A recent ruling
of the Federal district court gave them
hope that each injunction would bo tried in
said court separately, but they now fully
realize their mistako.
Tho import of Judgo Brewer's order is
that hereafter all coses appealed from the
stato to tho United States court will be
promptly remanded. This renders impossi
ble the indefinite postponement and delay
of cases by appeal, and will result in bring
ing to a speedy trial the virtue of the Iowa
prohibitory law and the power of that sen
timent which sustains it. This also cuts
away from the brewers all prospect of se
curing delays through which public opinion
might bo shaped in their favor. Wuon tho
cases read) tho state, courts they will be
tried promptly and by judgos, who, gener
ally speaking, favor tho "dry" doctrines.
Starlotis Indian Trouble.
Nooales, Ariz., Dea 10. A. baud of rou
gado Yaqui Indians, numbering twenty,
mode n descent upon El Lornatol's much,
near Antonio, for tho purpose of robbery.
Tho laborers on the ranch opened Ure on
them, exchanging several shots. The In
dians fled, taking large quantities of corn.
Pursuit was kopt up as far as Pilares, in the
Bacatolora range. Tho tenth regiment of
Federal troops, stationed at Cruz do Siedra,
also joined in the pursuit, but failod to
overtake them. Tho Indians aro dostitute
and daring and serious trouble is feared.
Dakota One-Stato Con von Hon.
AnKUDKKrr, Dak., Doc. Id. Many dele
gates had arrived last night to attend the
Dakota ono-state convontion, to bo hold
here. It is oxpoctod that 600 delegates will
bo in attendance. Governor Church, who
loft for Bismarck yostorday, will give no
expression to his views, but ho is supposod
to favor the admission of Dakota as ono
stato. Everything points to a harmonious
Htm. Judge Sage Hotter.
Cincinnati, Dea 10. A telegram was
this morning recoivod In tho United States
clerk's ofllco from Judge Sago stating that
Mrs. Sago was very low at midnight but
rallied toward morning, and at 0:30 a.m.
to-day was appurontly bettor than sho had
boon for several days past
llnyoott 1 tntiiod.
New Yoiik, Dea 10. Tho boycott- of,
DUtrict A:mibly Na 4!, Knights of Labor,
agalust the Brooklyn brewers, Lcavy and
Britton, has boon raised.
v mv 111?'
OUR WASHINGTON NEWS.
Proceedings of the Senate More Itcoess
WABiUNOTOtr, Doa W. Tho sonate to
day adopted a resolution to pay six months
salary ,to tho heirs of the lata Maj. Ben:
Porieyl'ooro, clork to tho senate committee
on prluting. Mr. Hoar introduced several
bills relating to Alaskan affairs. Ono of
. these provides for facilitating settlement;
motion for encouraging railroad construc
tion, aud a third for cablo connection with
The sonata devoted two hours to the dis
cussion of a resolution by Mr. Plumb,
requesting tho attorney general to take
steps to annul tho patent grants to Pro fessor
Sovenson for inventions made while in tho
employment of tbo department of agricul
ture, and affeating the mothods of manufac
turing sorglimo. The rosolution was finally
On motion of Mr. Harris it was agreed
hat when tno senate adjourn to-day it be to
moot on Monday next.
I Mr. lawyer gave notice that ' on Monday
be would ask the senate to reconsider tho
oppointmont of a special committeo on
Mr. Stowart souured tho floor to address
the senate on tho silver question,
t On motion of Mr. Edmunds, the senate
at 2:S0 wont into socret session, and at 3
o'clock the senato adjourned until Monday
I Senate Seoret Session.
' WAsniNOTO.v, Dea 10. In tho secret
session of the senato to-day, tho nomination
of Hon M. Dickinson to bo postmaster gen
eral, although roady to bo reported favora
bly, was not submitted, the time of the ses
sion being dovoted exclusively to the refer
ence to committees of to-day nominations.
From ' present indication it would appear
that tho intention is to hold back tho nom
ination tit Mr. Dickinson until roporta are
ready to be submitted on the nominations
of Messrs. Vilas and Lamar. Democratic
senators do not approhend any trouble in
tho confirmation of either of these ofllcen,
while their Republican brethren appear
disposed to have the impression go out that
there may bo some delay in reporting the
letter's nomination. Tbo best information
obtainable from conservative sources, war
rants tho statement that ultimately all
throe of the nominations will bo confirmed.
For What It Is Worth.
Washington, Dea lrt. The Baltimore
Amorican commenting upon the fisheries
I egotiations, publishes the following para
graph, which is given for what it may bo
worth, it boing utterly possiblo to eloct any
thing of an ofllcial choraoter on tho subjoct.
I "Mr. Chamberlain says that if tho United
States government will declare Behring's
( tea an open sea and allow the Canadian all
rights thero, and also pay the indemnity
which thoy claim is duo on the seizure of
about twonty of the Canadian vessels during
tho last two yoars, aud which is estimated
at 8300,000, then the English and Canadian
authorities will grant all the privileges
asked for by the Amorican fisherman on tho
eastern coast. Mr. Bayard and tho Ameri
can 'negotiators' aro thiuking over tho
Tim Kluctiou Committeo.
Washington, Deo. 10. There was a
mooting of tho house committeo on olections
to-day for the purpose of organizing. "W.
H. Mobley, of Pulaski county, Georgia, was
sleeted clerk of tho committeo, after which a
iub-committoe, consisting of Messrs. Crisp,
Rpwoll aud-O'Farrell, was chosen to formu
late rule3 governiug the practices beforo
tho committoo. A resolution was adopted
to take into consideration tho Thoe bo- Car
lisle contest from Kentucky first and to no
tify counsel in the case to appear before the
committoo on next Tuesday to arrango the
lata for the hearing.
Store ltoaess Appointments.
Washington, Dea 10. Tho president
lent to the senate to-day another list of
recess nominations of postmasters, princi
pally in Nebraska, California, Colorado and
the territories. Among them were those of
Constantino V. Gallagher, at Omaha; Don
ald Maocuaig, at Nebraska City ; Allen D.
Norman, at San Diego; Edward A. Preuss,
at Los Angeles: Alexander C. McCafforty,
t Austin, Nov., and William J. Judd, at
Committee on Holes.
Washington, Deo. l& Prominent mem
bers of the house say that the committee on
rules will probably be announced when the
bouse moots to-morrow. From the best in
formation obtainable it is believed' the com
mitteo will consist of Messrs. Carlisle,
Randall, Mills, Heed and Cannon, or
The Mexican Mission.
WAsniNaioN, Doa 10. Ex-Congrossman
McKenzio, of Kentucky, appears to bo
slated for tho vacant Mexican mission.
His friends say he will recoivo tho appoint
ment by tho first of the yoar.
Washington, Dea 10. Mr. Palmer in
troduced a bill in tho sonato to-day to in
creaso to $3,000,000 tbo limit of tho appro
priation for a public building at Detroit,
Congressman Hutterworth's Condition.
Washington, De. 10. Congressman
Butterworth's condition to-disj is about the
samo as it was yesterday. His friends do
not approhend serious results.
A Fik'iU Kuds In a Draw.
ABKnnEEN, Dak., Dea 10. A fight for
$100 a sido and the door procoeds, amount
ing to over $300, botween Jack Koofe, a
pugilist of Pittwburg, andJohu Gibson, of
Eureka, Dak. , took pla o at the opera house
last midnight, Keefo to knock Gibson out
in six rounds, fjjovorul small boxing rounds
between outsldors took placo when tho prin
cipals nppoartMl. In the sixth round Koefe
knocked Gibson over the ropes, and Gibson
could not respond in time. Tho referee do
clarod tbo fight a draw.
Kspress ltnbbor Caught.
CnATTANOOOA, Tonn., Deo. 10. Pearso,
night operator at Spring City, Tenn., who
mysteriously disappeared, lias boon arrested
nt Georgetown, Ky by a Baltimore & Ohio
Express company dotectivo for stealing a
$75 monoy packago and order book from the
Baltimoro & Ohio. Ho fled to Cincinnati,
and had sccurod omployment as night oper
ator on tho Cincinnati Southorn at George
town when arrested. He has confessed.
THE NEWS FROM ABROAD.
A STARTLING ARTICLE PUBLISHED
IN UNITED IRELAND.
Inlonlst Circles Klatotl Over n Stroke of
Policy by Which the Irish Govornnisnt
Will be Relieved' of nil Its Dlflloultte.
Other Foreign Now.
London, Dea 10. Tho following 'apt ears
in United Ireland and forms tho tes of its
first loader. The information was obtainod
through a person in London whose positioii
and character lend it a special importance.
"Unionist circles here in Loudon are
greatly elated at prosentovor a stroko of
policy which it is confidently predicted will
reliovo tho Irish governmont from all its
difliculties. It is freoly assorted that- tho
government have sucooeded at last in secur
ing tbo oo-operation of Monsignor Perseco,
as well as of a few prominent Irish bishops."
-jigr. i-ersico, a is saia, nas unuortaKon
to control tho Irish priesthood nnd prevent
them from opposing the exocutivo no mat
ter how extromo it may be. In considera
tion for this sorvioe the statement is that
tho government havo undertaken to ondow
a Catholic university tq rocoivo an envoy
irom tno popo anu to send an ambassador to
tno Vatican. Tho Unionists loudly boast
that this arrangement will enablo thorn to
crush the National party in Ireland. Tho
program is that all the troublesomo leaders
of the National movement are to bo got
under lock and key, tho priests to bo solocted
and compslled to leave tho leagues and Irish
discontent to bo finally allayed with co
oporation of tho Unionist bishops by a gon
erous endowment to a Cathollo uuiversity."
It is not presumed at this stage to say
what amount of truth there is in the rumor
to which the correspondent rofors. It is be
yond question that government ciroles are
circulating this rumor very confidentially.
'United Ireland" treats it as a baseless
rumor put forward by the government in
their de'Bperata straits for the purpose cre
ating distrusts' between tho Irish priests and
the Irish people, whose union in this cause
is tho most formidable faot the coercionista
have to contend with.
Mr. Balfour cannot go on in his present
causa any further without arrosting any
number of priests and ho droads that If
he is compelled to arrest a number of pop
ular and respected priests, tho whole body
of the Irish clergy will resent this with in
dignation and emulate tho example and
court tho fate of their imprisoned brethren.
"United Ireland" also contends that the
government is putting forward these
rumors with a viow to intimidating tho
priests at tlie critical moment, which is at
hand. The calculation '3 tnat " t tne suf
ferings of imprisonment, which tho priests
aro ready cheerfully to face, were added tho
fear of the condemnation of the holy boo,
administered through Mgr. Persico, and
the apprehension that their own bishops
were secretly in league against thorn, the
strain would prove too much for tho courage
of the priests to bear. At tho critical mo
ment, while thoso ideas wero prevalent in
tholr minds, Mr. Balfour might make a
stroke against them, nnd thoy, instead of
holding their ground, would run . away.
That is tho alleged calculation which tho ,
governmont have in their minds in spread
ing tho rumors which may bo baseless. If
tho rumors be truo, however, tho state of
things rovoaled as taking place between be-1
tweeu Mgr. Persloo, tho Irish bishops and
tho government would mean the precipita-'
tion of a crisis of tho first importance.
London. Doa 10. One of the curious
phases of tho contest for Homo Rulo for Ire-,
laud against the Tory government, is tho
faot that a dynamite scare, involvjng not
only tho Fenian Brothorhood, the Clan-na-Gael
society and kindred organizations, but
tho Parnpllite party in parliament is dis
covered by the Times as often as tho pre
texts lor the government's policy aro re
moved by the recurrence of absolute quiet
in Ireland. Hithorto the cry of "dyna
mite," raised at an opportune moment, has
been -potent to create a feeling verging upon
panic among the more timid, and to arouse
a clamor among the more truculent of the
Tories for repressive measure iu Ireland of
tho most drastio description. The f roquent
and always timely inception of tho city, I
however, has raised widespread suspicion
of its geuuinoss, and the Times is fast Hear
ing the danger of being left to its fate when
the roal peril comos, like the little boy who
cried "wolf once too often.
In carrying its series of "disclosures" to
tho oxtont of tho publication of yesterday,
the Tory organ has clearly over-reached
itself. Up to tho time of tbo issuance of ,
this story thoro wero possibly a few persons
in England who retained their beliof in the
former revelations, "of the paper, but tho
latest story is so obviously untruo and so
thoroughly absurd that it is doubtful whether
a sane porsou can now bo found to admit
giving run creaonco to any or tio pre
viously published articles, including that
treating of Mr. Parnell's allegod letter giv
ing countenance to the uso of dynamite and
tho dagger. The article has fallen so far
short of producing tho expected panic and
exciting the desired fooling of popular in
dignation that it is pretty safe to. prediot
that we havo seen and hoard the last of tho
"startling revelations" to wbioh the paper
has troated the publio within tho last year.
Tho bottom having fallon out of tho "dis
closure" business, a resumption of disorder
in Ireland may bo looked for almost imme
diately. Tho timo for the reassombling'of parlia
ment is too noar at hand for tho minis
terialists to nugloct any opportunity to
swell their stock of donating material, and
if no disorder can bo found iu Ireland to
which they can call attention, the necessity
for croatiug n disturbance will doubtless bo
impressed upon tho minds of those whoso
business it is to soo that tho government
doesn't stultify itself by warring upon pas
sive enomlos. Tho logio of tho Tory magis-j
trate, constablo or bailiff in Iroland is Of
the most practical kind, aud his lino of
ratiocination extends no further than (his:
If the coercion act was intended to suppress
crimo and disorder, and there Is no crime uostly by foreign creditors.
or disorder, where'- tho use of the law! i KiUod ,uu,lf Vh)l Uuntlnir.
That tho law exists is perfectly plain, and it Ashland, Ky., Doa 10,-Goorgo Hoard,
is equally clear that wo must have crimo ot cjo w, Va whllo duok huntlug
and disordor in order to enforce it Thoso BCOidentally shot himself and died in
aro tho mon a$ whose raoroy tho Irish peat- utantly.
antry are, and it will be strati go indeod it
some powor invisible to their victims does
not soon movo them to render the stato of
Ireland more compatible with tholr notions
of the necessity of tho crlmos act.
Dal four Denounce Koine Rule.
London, Dea 10. Balfour, chiof secre
tary for Ireland, addrossod ah immenso
nudionce at Free Trado hall, Manchester,
last night. Fearing assassination ho had
the platform guarded by policomon. Barri
cades extended around the hall. Hisses and
ohoers greeted him. A number of fights
took placo and many persons woro ejected
from the hall. The malcontents woro finally
subdued, and ttt secretary delivered a
broadside at tho Parnollitos and Homo Rulo.
Ho predicted tho triumph of, tho govern
ment. After tho spooch' ho retired to rest
Sheep llreeilerg and the Alessnge.
Jackson, Mich., Doc. 16. The seventh
annual session of tho National Merino Shoep
Register association met hero yesterday,
Prmildnnf. T)inn TirnolrHnfr Tti tUn nnnrm n9
, his address, referring to President Clevo-
land's position on tho tariff, ho said: "It is
ovident that tho oxecutivo head of the Na
tion, influenced, no doubt, by insidious ad
vlca and plausible arguments of freo
traders, has determinocl to sacrifico tho
wool-growing industry in tho interest of
alien masters and those who make a busi.
noss of importing products. Tho tariff re-
ductlon of lftfil Inflicted ImwlnnlnhiA Hm.
ago upon the sheep breeders of the United
States. It was hoped that the worst was
over and that tho 'improvements noticed in
tho post year would continue, but it is evi
dent that tho struggle is not ovor and that
wo must bo up and doing if we hope to over
como this nos new enemy."
A Crushed Skull.
Chattanooga, Tenn., .Doc. 10. Shortly
after 9 o'clock Wednesday night, as Charles
Parkor, son of Dr. J. W. F. Parker, of
Boraorsot, Ky., was going north of a freight
train on the Cincinnati Southern road, ha
was struck on the head by the bridge on
tho East Tonnossee, Virginia & Goorgia
road, which crosses tho Cincinnati South
ern. The entire left side of his skull was
crushed in, and he is now barely alive. Ho
was brought to this city at 10 o'olock,
and is attended by Dr. Baxter, tho sur
geon of tho company, who has no hope oC
Fought on the Highway.
Greenville, O., Dea 10. Darke county
bos just disposed of the Rhoades-Bluzard
murder case, and now comes to tho front
with another bloody tragedy, this time in
Germau township, in the western part of
tho oounty. Whilo going home from Union
City, two half brothers, Sumner Durant
and Lee Sweeney, colored, got into a fight
on the road, duriug which Durant was
shot twice through the breast and almost
instantly killed. Sweenoy gave himself up,
claiming self-dofonse, and is now in jail
Trying to Secure a Pardon,
Bahnesvilmc, O., Doa 10. Miss Ada
Wier, of Washington City, and Miss EHo
Wior, of Somerset, are making an effort to
secure the reloaso of Georgo Wior, who is
oonflned in the ponitontiary for life. Wier
murdered Sterling RIggs iu cold blood on
the streets of St. Clairsville, Ciiristraas,
1&30, for turning state's evidouce in a burg
lary case: Tho convict is a son of Gon.
James Wier, for many years a promineut
practitioner ut the Belmont county bar.
Copper In Vermont.
North Adams, Mass., Dec. 10. Tho geo
graphical surveyors working in this section
this soason found a rich outcrop of copper
in tho vicinity of Stamford, Vt., which
they, proceeded to develop. They now have
a snaft Bunlc to a considerable doptlf, with
such rosults that work has been pushed vig
orously. It is not yet certain how rich the
find will provo to be, but thoso who put
money in tho scheme are well satisfied.
Uquor Dealers Fall,
Baltimore, Dea 10. Foster, Clark &
Company, wholesale liquor dealers, No. 4t
South street, have 'assigned for the benefit
of creditors. Owing to a disagreement bo
tween Mr. Foster and Mr. Clark, it was
thought best to settle up the affairs of the
firm and' separate. Thoy claim that tho
creditors will lose nothing. Assets $75,000.
Latest From Senator Jones.
Detroit, Mich., Doa 10. A crisis is
about to occur in' ex-Senator Jones' career.
It is loarned to-day that he has boon told' by
tho dotectivo at whose house he is stopping
and by tho proprietor of tho restauraut
i where he eats, that, after this week ho must
leave. This is a part of the
effort to forco
tho senator to his sonsos.
Death Under a. Cable Car.
Cincinnati, Dea 10. Henry Wodentshal,
a youth of twenty, living at 10'Jj WW
Sixth street, attempted to clumber onto a
cablo car on Walnut street Weduosday
night, but missed his hold aud fell under
the whoels. He was terribly mangled
from head to foot and died in ten minutes.
Giving tbo Dealer a Fair ShoW.
Augusta, Me., Doa 10. Tho suporior
court of. Konneboo oounty has declared the
law making tho payment of tho United
States special tax as a liquor seller prima
facie evidence that tho party paying such
tax is a saloon keeper, and thereforo a pub
lio nuisance, to bo unconstitutional.
Arrest of Supposed Uurglars.
Tiffin, O., Dea 10. The police havo ar
rested John lteasler and Will and Frank
Huffman on tho charge of committing tho,
recent burglaries in this city, and found
most of the stolon goods in their possession
or whero thoy had concealed them.
Two l'lonoers Gone.
Lideuty, Iud., Deo. 10. Polly Lovlston,
aged eighty-five years, living iu this city,
and Samuel Laf uso, living north of this
place, both died nt tholr .homos Tuesday
night. Their entiro lives had boa'n spout ia
Shoe Dealer Falls.
Intl., Doa lb. Milroy
Gordon, boot aud shoe doalor, made an as-
slnrnmnnf. VAutafilnv Ifta fti.lulif altinna fa
estimated at $7,000, ami illo claims are hold