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MAYSVILLE, KY., WEENESDAT,. DECEMBER 28, 1887
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
! u well M dtetreeslng compUtot. If
tendt br Impalrinc nutrition, sod W-
neglected. It tendi.
prcmtnjr ion una i
lor Hipld Decline,
tono of ill cretem, to preptre tb
BEST TONIC ?
Quickly nnd completely t'nrcH UjHPcptila In tQ
It torn 8, 1 1 c.irtlmru, Relclihitf, Tnntina the
Food. eU. ItonricheaanaparifleMneblood,nInio
IWM 1 1 M'po'lte. sad aids foe assimilation of food.
Hfv .' T, llossrTER, the honored partor of tbo
First lefunnwl Church, Baltimore, MA, bats:
"tin m ed Hrovra's Iron Bitters for Dyspepsia
nil l iKistlin I take great pleasure In recom-oii-n'U.
It hUbly. Also consider it a splendid tenia
uii) in uorator, and Terr strengthening.".
IIon Joer.wi O. Suit, Judge of Circuit Oonrt,
Muili.i Co.. lnd , aajat "I bear moat cheerful terti'
J ti tu the efficacy of Hrown'i Iron Blttera far
yem a, and as a tonic"
jiDuln nuaboreTrade Markandcromedredllnes
uuv, piwr. Till to no other, MadooMrbr
41ff' I VllEillV Ah VO 11 AXTIHIWK. till
Holiday : Goods !
J. JAMES WOOD,
llcBpcctdilly lnvitcsattcntJoti toliJs complete
line of Holiday Goods, comprlsiLg lge
line of ,
Brush and Comb Sets,
Odor Cases and Perfumery, large variety,
Bisque Figures in novel designs,
Whisk Broom Holders,
Jewel Boxen, Work Boxes, Pockotbooks,
Hoaps, Toilet Powders, Bbavlng Sets,
Lamps, newest stylf s and various patterns.
i invito inunMilnn And eomrmrlHOn of mi-
res belore purchasing elsewhere. wqqd
Life, Fire, Accident
Marine and Tornado.
The companies reposented by the under
signed Insure at reasonable rates all Insurable
property against loss or damage by Fire,
Lightning or Wlud. Any amount of Insur
ance placed on desirable risks, In
Western, of Toronto, Canada; ,
AGRICULTURAL, Of WlltertOWU, N. l.J
Kbnton, ol Covington, Ky.;
Boatman's, of Plttebutg. Pa.,
and the world renowned "Tiu.VKi.Ens" Life
nnd Accident, of Hartford, Cpnp. These
companies have all oomplled with the law,
and are authorized to do business In Ken
tucky. W. .R WARDER Agent,
dXUCm Court Htrcot, Maysvllle.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
wvOrderc promptly attended to. No. M
Beeoaa street ' mn
6AS S STEAM FITTER
Cnrley's new system of House Drainage and
Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted tip with hot
and cold water a specialty. Also a large
Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe,
Globe, Angle and Check Valves, water and
Bteam Ganges, Force and Lift Pumps, Rub
ber Hose .Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes,
Personal attention glvon to all work and sat
isfaction guaranteed, T. J.GuRLEY,
Beoond street, above Market, onrosite Omn
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER,
Ioe Cream and Soda Water a specialty.
Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de
livered to any part of the city. Parties and
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STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston
R.OEWlTT C. MANKUS
Offloe: Button Street, next'
door to Postomce.
YK. W. S. MOOltEM,
Office Second Street, over Run-
von A Hocker's dry eoods store.
Nitrons-oxide Gas admlnlH.tered In all cuter.
1. W. 8MITU,
XllklliU7-VAAU17 ui iauuiu( kwi
Bed for the painless extraction ef
Ueth. Office on Court Street. aplftdly
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MR MANNING'S 1TNERAL1
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND OTHER
GREAT 0FFICIAL8 PRESENT.
Funeral Trains Take TlioumiiKt.H to Pay tlio
IjihI Tribute of Respect to the I.ato Serre
tury of tlio Treasury A Profusion of Fra
grant Flowers Note.
Albany, N. Y., Deo. 23.--It wns just eight
o'clock this morning when tho West Shoro
train bearing tlio presidential iurty rolled
into the depot. Tlie party wero ull up, and
when the train came to a stand still ex-Mayor
Hanks, Col. William Kicc, Col. C. L. Judson
nnd Ernstus Coming boarded it nnd met tho
party, which constated oC tho pivs-ident, Col.
Lnmontnnd tho members of tho cabinet.
Thoy Ux)k enniages nnd wero driven to tho
executive mansion whero breakfast wns
served for tho party. Tho president looked
well but hccmctl to bo gixtly ilepronsuil by
tho motive of his visit.
Bositles tho presidential party there arrived
from Washington tho foliowin;t employes of
tho treasury department: Comptroller Dur
ham, Fourth Auditor Shelby, Ktipervbing
Aivhitcvt Frercr, Ed. 0 raves, chief of tho
bureau of engraving and printing; R. 8.
Miller, chief of tho bureau of louim and cur
rency; Chief Herk Youinans, Assistant Sec
retary Maynard, Comptmller Tivnohlm,
Thiil Auditor Williams, T. 1). Kelleher,
Superintendent of tho Treasury building
Walsh, G. W. Albright and Sixth Auditor
On tho noon train from the Metropolis
canio oyer u lunulred distinguLhol men,
among R horn wero ex-mayors Cooper nnd
Grace, Senntora Murphy and Daly, Congress
man Campbell anil Col. John R. Fellows.
All tho day long until tho hour of tho funeral
trains brought large delegations from overy
part of the state, and it is doubtful whether
tho city has over had such a concourse of
prominent people within its gates except on
a day of n celebration.
Senators, assemblymen, congressmen,
judges, citizens, all camo to jury their tribute
of resect to tho dead. Tho body lay in a
cloth-covcrcd casket in tho parlor of tho
house, No. 142 Lancaster street, the reii- '
denco of Mr. James H. Manning, nnd upon it
wero crossed portieres and nt tho foot a pro
fusion of camelias and white roses. Tho silver
pinto boro this inscription:
Born August 10, 1KS7.
Daniki, F. Manmxh.
Died December i4, 18S7.
From 0 until 11 a. m. tlio personal friends
of Mr. Manning wero permitted to look uiwn
tho face of tho dead, which npiwared life
like, save for tho impress loft by tho struggle (
for lifo. Tho callers wero from all stations in
life, nnd tho men whoso names are historical
vied with thoso whoso lot is humblo in tho
last mark of respect to tho doiMirtetl Late j
in tho forenoon many of tho out-of-town )
eoplo paid u vLsit, and as President Clavd
land, Col. Tiamont and memlxsrs of tho cabi-'
not ascended tho stoop and entered, the bells
wero ringing tho noon hour. Tho president
paused as soon us iv place was mndo clear for
him and for a moment looked steadfastly
down uixmi tho Ineo of tfio man who hail
proved such a raro friend and counsellor,
whoso sol-vices to his party, to his country
and to his Uod wero loyal, true nnd devoted.
Shortly before 1:!50 tho Rov. Dr. ltewJ
oircrod prayer at the house, only monitors
of tlio ftimliy toing present. Tho sail leavo
tuking had its tearful ending, tho lid was
closed and the colllu was boruu to tho hearse
by six stalwart foremen of tho mechanical
department of tho Argus establishment. The
pallbearers were tho following: ClwrlosJ.
Canila, of Now York, vleo pruJdent of tliu
new Western National bank, of which Mr.
Manning was president; Sidney Webster,
of New York, one of the ox-Mcrotury's most
Ultimate friends while at nainmgton;
United States Senator A. P. Gorman, of
Maryland; C. N. Jordan, of'ew York;
Congressman Randall, of Philadelphia; Man
ton Marble, of New York; Judge Rufus W.
Pockham, Simon AV. Rosendulo, of Allumy;
Erastus Corning, John II. Van Antweq, of
Albany; ex-Sonator Roscoo Conkling, of
Now York, and Pascal P. Pratt, president of
tho Manufacturers' Imnk, of Utitiulo.
Tho funeral procession proceodotl down the
sti-ectaudtoSt Paul's church in tho block
below. At 1:J0 o'clock, as tha pooplo Iwgan
to arrive, the organist Mr. George Edgar
Oliver, sotmded tho opening chords of Clio
pin's march, "Funebre," und then followed a
choice program of appropriate music. As
tho last strains of Gounod's uinrch was con-,
eluded, the cortege ixvched the church and
tho main doors wero opened. Tlio colllu was
bourno from tho hearse, being mot nt tho en
trance by tho rector of St. Paul's, tho llov. J.
Livingston Ree.), Bishop Doano, tho Rov. Mr,
Prawlo, Rov. Dr. E. N. Patter, or llolutrt col
lege, tho Rovs. Dr. Battershell, Cnron Roln
blns,Curon Fulchor, Mr. Swaitz, Mr. Wool
man, Mr. Konyon, Mr. Gray, Mr. Clitipmuu
and Mr. Selkirk. As tho procession nuux'Iie!
up tho aLslo Dr. Reeso began tlio reading of
the burial service, begimiiug, "I Am tho lies.
urrectioii tuid tho Iiifo."
.ITio colllu was placed opon the biur which
wns covel-ol with evercrwus and palms.
When thoso composing tho pi-ocessiou wero
seated; tho doors wero again opened and tho
sido ailes and available snicet wer lllled. It
was the most distinguished gathering of men
Albany has over seen boforo at a fuucrul of
ouo of her sons. Tlio chant to tho burial
psalm, "Lord, lot mo know my end," was tho
familiar air by Felton, and was given with
fine feeling by tho choir of sixty voices.)
Spohis. "Blessed are tho departed" was theni
Dr. Row then road tho usual lesson from
tho first epWIo of St. Paul to the Corinth
inns, "Now is Christ risen from tho dead,
nnd itfvnmo tho first fruits of them that
slept" The anthem, "I heard a voice from
heaven," with alto, solo and fomalo chorus,
coinjKjsed for tlio occasion by Mr. George
Edgar Olive, wits rendered with lino oirect
Prayers by Bishop Doano wero followed by
nioro singing, and as tho bishop pronounced
tho words of benediction, tho choir sang
"Asleep in .Josns." Tho casket was again
takon to the- hearso. tho barouche wero en
tered ami tho procosmon to the cemetery wai
begun Tlio lloral tribuU Jn tho ciiurcli.
New Ypkk, Doc 28. I'rivnto Infoimatlou
received yesterday at tho Now York Yachi
Club contained tho Information that a chal
longo for tho Amorlcan cup is on ite waj
over from England. It is understood thai
tho challenging yacht is tho cutter Irex,
ADEI7 ION TO CHICAGO.
Hyde rurli siniillowed Up In n ?tntillil
Chicaoo, Doc. 28. Tho tiritory of the
village of Hyde Park, recently annexed to
tho city of Chicago, extenling ite southern
bounderied nnd adding a population of 75,000
souls to tho growing metropolis, was to-day
formally iiuorporated by tho nomination
ofaldcrninnie candidates. The newly added
territory will to included in tho municipality
as tho Twenty-fifth ward. Tho Republican
convention will moot to-morrow nnd nomi
nate two candidates. Tlio Democratic can
didates will to announced later in tho wook.
"Tommy" Morgan, tho Anarchist orator
of Hydo Park, who called a meeting at plas
terers' hall last wook for tho purKso of nt
temting to "vindicate" himself, took tho
step, it is said, simply as a preliminary to
secure tho nomination of tho Lator partyi
which is strong, in tho district, for a seat in
municiiml council. Ills career as an An
archist agitator, however, appears to luivo
toon too marked to commend him to tho
voters of tlio purty and tho Socialistic ele
ment in tho now ward is not strong enough
to return htin.
Banguiimrj IlngiiKemcnt Between federal
and Iteliel Purees In Uuiiteiiiulii.
NOOAI.KH, Ariz., Dec 28. A revolution,
headed by tho ox-presidont of Guatemala,
Vincento Castono, against tho government of
Gen. Barillas, for having proclaimed a dicta
torship, Juno IK, lately suffered a most hu
miliating dofeat Thero wore two disaffected
factions, ono working from tho eastern de
partment and tho other from tho western,
tho former under the generalship of Castano
and tho latter in clwrgo of several well
known military men of tiio republic.
In a range of mountains near the city of
Guatemala, a few days ago, a desperate battlo
was fought between the Federal and Revolu
tionist forces, tho latter suffering almost
complete annihilation. Tho battle was des
perate and sanguinary from tlio commence
ment and lasted over two hours, tho field
being strewn with the dead. At the con
clusion, Custauo was routed and tho othor
revolutionary generals wero captured and
Wichita, Kan., Dec, !& Judgement for
$35,000 was rendered yesterday in tho case of
C. 8. Eichholdtz, against tho directors of tho
Arkansas Valley Agricultural association.
Eichholdtz represented the stockholders in
the cduceru, who objected to the manage
ment of tho directors, and dissolved tho asso
ciation by a largo mujority of votes. Just
prior to this the directors it was charged,
issued to themselves ut $5 each 410 shures of
stock remaining uuissued, which shares were
valued at $!." each. Theso shares had been
hold by the association since its formation,
and $5 was their original value.
AVliut Ntm- York Tobacco Men Want.
SVRAUi'hK, N. Y., Dec. '8. A meeting of
tobacco growers and others assembled at
Baldwiusv-illo Saturday and passed resolu
tions asking congress to abolish tho war tax
ou tobacco und to roviso tlio Sumatra tariff
law of '18N. Representatives wero present
from soverul counties. A non-'uirtiMUi or
ganization was jierfected. Several speeches
wero inudo. Tho meeting resolved to request
congress to protect tho growers against
foreign producers ami declared in favor of a
duty of seventy-live cents per pound on im
ported cigar leaf.
IVitf'ti in Guatemala.
City ov Mkxico, Dec. 2H. In a range of
mountains near the City of Guatemala u few
days ago a desperate battle was fought be
tween tho Federals and Revolutionist forces, i
tho latter sutfei'ing almost complete annlhil-
ation, the field being strewn with the dead.
At tlio conclusion Castano was routed and
tho other ilovolutionary generals wero caj- '
tured ami shot. This ends one of the most
bloody wars tlio country has ever seen. The
republic now enjoys peace. i
Stabbed In the Neck.
PriULPKUntA, Eec. 28. Edwnixl Flonni
gan, a coal passer on board tho Clyde lino I
Kteamer Ashland, now lying in tlio Delaware
river at plor No. 1, North wharves, wns
tabbed in tho neote and dangerously injured
last night by TV illium A. Katontou, tho col
ored stownrt'of tlw steamer. Flannlgan was
token to tho Pennsylvania hosiiital in a dan
gerous condition. Eatouton was aiTosted
and lockel up. The stabbing woo th result
of a drunken quai'ivl. I
Vollee hloti it Prlx Fllit.
Nkw Ytntif, Doc. U8. A six-round glove
fight was arranged to take place at Odd Fel-
lova' hall, Hotokou, hist night between '
Harry Iingdon oml Billy Gubig. Four
rounds luul liuutt fought when the police in-1
terforod and stojijKxl tho light. Gnblg .seemed '
to have much tho 1est of tho bout, but the
refeix-o declared it a draw.
Ylnlbln drain Supiriy I
Nbw Yimk:, Dec. 'J8. Following was the
visible supply of grain ou Saturday, Decem
ber SM, as compiled by tlio produce oxcliango:
Wheat, ,-' 7,tl bashels; increase, l,0l(l,Jii.
Corn, 5,75!,4()7 bushol.s; ituTeuso, STH.OIW.
uau, u.cKFjii uiLMituH; uixjixtuw, utit.j. uur i
lci ,i ' r" ' ,'i"l- "vlxvW iivn,
An Olltver's RovoUor.
Wk.vio.v, W. Vo., Dec, 28. -Constable
Henry Moore, dolitorately shot and killed
Samuel Mullen, at Nicholas court liouo last
ovoning. Mullen was drunk ami when placed
muder urrost by tho officer, refused to go with
him to jail. A struggle ensued, in which tlio j
oftlcor lost his temper and drawing his re vol-1
ver shot Mullen through tint head. Thuro is
great excitement over tho killing, and tho iu-
dignatioii agaiiut Mooro may lead to sum
mary vengtunco by Uio friends of the dead
Tl-ree Hound Prlxn Fight.
Kansas Uitv, Mo., Deo. 28. In a three-I
round prize, fight fought two inllea couth of
bore yesterday, T. 1L Brooks, tlio champion
light-weight of Iowa, knocked out Billy
Nolan, a local pugilist, tho latter having a
rib broken. Tho'flght was for $100 a side,
Marquis of Quocnsbury rulos. .
'Nomvicil, Conn., Dec 28. Thomas H.
Hove, tho defaulting cashier, of tho board '
of water commissioners, was arrested yester-
day and arranged for embezzlement He
waved examination and was remanded in
default of f7,WX bail The embezzlement
tainountg to $0,600. '
THE BIG STRIKE SETTLED.
THIRTY THOUSAND IDLE MEIN RESUME
Arbitration to Kettle All the I.Utle merer-
ences The 1'Jvo Crews Over Which tho
Trouble Originated 1V1U B Supported
Hy tho Kmployes Othor Labor News.
PniLAUEM'iiiA, Doa 28. Tho strike of tho
Reading railway employes was ordered off
at an early hour this morning and tho men
returned to work to-day. Once vosterday
tho big strike hud been declared settled, and
again lute last night it camo within an aco
of reaching a happy termination through
arbitration. A few' sharp words brought tho
cloud again over tho sky, but they noon
cleared awny this morning.
During tho afternoon a committee of tho
men visited by invitation tho headquarters
of tho Reading railway on South Fourth I
street, and discussed tho questions at issuo
with General Superintendent SweignnL Tho
'best of feeling provailed, and so good wero I
the elToctrt of tho meeting considered by tho
superintendent that ho sent out tins message
to several of the ehief oillcers of tho road. .
"Tho strike Ls settled and men will return
Tho good news spread quickly and excited .
considernblo comment among those admitted
to tho secret. But thero was still another
meeting to to held. During the evening tho
committee, headed by John Nelly and John
Lee, visited the general superintendent's
oifico, at Ninth and Green streets, and tho
disputed matters were again thoroughly dis
cussed and tho understanding had been
reached that the men wero to go to work
this morning and that tho controversy would
bo settled afterward by a committee of tho
men and representatives of tho company.
As the conference was about to break up
Mr. Leo mndo a remark about the member
ship of tlio men's committo.
"I will not, of course," said Mr. Sevlgard
in reply, "treat with tho men as Knights of
of Labor. They must come as employes of
tho Reading Railroad company.'
"That settles it," said Mr. Kelly, and ho
walked to tho door. Tho other committee
men followed him, and they loft the room.
The committee then returned to their meet
ing place in Port Richmond and reported to
tho convention of employes. After a three
hours discussion tho strike was declared off,
and at 1 o'clock this morning tho men wore
ordered to return to work.
Tho live crews over whom tho troublo
originated ure to to supported by financial
aid from tho emploj'es ponding arbitration.
Kverjbody nt "Work.
Nkw York, Dec. 28. The following dis
patch was received from Philadelphia at tho
ollico of President Corbin of the Reading com
pany: "Everyman returned this morning
and all trains are running as usual. All tho
engines were taken out by tho old crews and
tho superintendent says that by 10 o'clock all
work will to going on as usual At all stations
in this city the men are showing up and tho
present indications are that all business will
soon to working as usual. Just hoard from
Reading. All reported for work this morn
ing as usuu.." t
The News from Heading
Reading, Pa., Dec. 28. Matters on tho
Philadelphia, & Reading railroad to-day
weara an old time uppeuranee. The first coal .
trains, tlio cars of which have lieeu lying on I
the sidings since Friday, commenced moving
this morning, and by to-morrow the officials
expect to have everything in operation as
before. It is believed that the action of the
employes' convention in this city yesterday,
positively refusing to strike at the dictates
of tlio Knights of Labor, and the sending of
a committee to Port Richmond counselling a
settlement of the difficulties, hod much to do
with bringing about tho downfall of the '
great strike. Telegrams received at the
headquarteis of. the Reading road early this
morning from many points say tluit the
knlgurs have obeyed, i
htrlke on the Cbal ricra. I
PiULAtiKU'HiA, Dec 28. Owing to the
strike at the Richmond coal piers a number
of schooners will leave to-day for Baltimore,
where there are no labor troubles- and an
abundance of Baltimore coal. At tho New '
England seaports vessel owners have in
structed their captains to avoid this port
until the labor troubles shall have been set
tled. A number of vesseb bound hero left
the Dolawuro capes last night for Norfolk for
LIKE A WILD BEAST.
An Unknown Mun Found living Iu a Cure.
Jio ttjxuiks u Strange Tongue.
NevV York, Doc. 28. Last night an Un
known and almost wild man was found lying
in a cr.vu that he hud mndo in tho wood near
Morris park, not far from Jamaica, L. 1.
Tho authorities ut Jamaica wero informed,
undotllcet Smith took him to Jamaica and
locked 1dm up iu the town hull. He has been I
asked questions in a half a do;ven different
languages, but Ids replies are unintelligible.
It was thought that he gave tho name of
Ho is very ragged and filthy. Tho prison
er's cave was lound to to about four feet
deep, about live, feet long and three foot
wido. He was found lvcliuiug at his ease and
smoking. He laid arranged a screen of trees
on tho north side of the care to keep awuy
tho wind. Tho south side had an opening.
Ho had a fire in tho cave and a number ef
flat stones therein which wero heated. It is
said ho has been there for some time He
was discovered about a wook ago by a Gor
man living on Wykoff avenue Ho has boon
supplying him with food. His apjxxiruncti is
wild lu the extreme and would indicate that
he has lxi'ii bun-owing in the earth for soma
Shells of nuts indigenous" to tlio locality
were found in tlio cave. A reporter endeav
ored to luuo a conversation with the wild
man, but could get nothing doflnito from
him. Ho In probably a Polo. Ho told a man
his name was John Henry or Hnsson. His
words are guttural and hardly belong to any
language. He will to scut to linruuui's is
land. Arruugliig-a rriro Fight.
AnEitPKEN, Dak., Doc 28. Late lust'ove-
!.. ...,. ..A.ita nrowi m.fta fii A flrrlli
toa finish between Jack Koofo, late of Pitta-"!
burg, and O II. Smith, of Omaha, ohnmpioo
heavyweight of Nebraska. I
PCIN'i fD PARAGRAPHS.
Topics tift'.io Times Oheii In a Tersi and
Ashtabula county, Ohio, tollies (VJt! dlvorcC3
In twenty yx-urs.
Fostorin entertains tho Northwestern Ohio
pedagogues this week.
Rolling mills nt South Lyons, Mich.,
burned. Uxss, 22,000 insurance, 4,000.
Billoy Sowilers, of St. Paul, has regularly
liguod to pitch lor Boston buso ball club noxt
John Teenier has deposited $500 as a forfeit
foraroulng match with any one in tlio
Bchooner JInry P. Collins, of Pldladol
phla, foundered nt sea and six sailors were
Rev. Lyman Abbott has been engaged a
stated supply of Plymouth church for an in
Hugh Maxwell, murderer of C. Arthur
Preller at St. Iouls, took his first commuidoa
in jail Sunday.
Silas Cain was killed by a shot from Jamea
Brent's gun in a quarrel at Louisville' last '
Smith nnd Kilrnin will box a week's en
gagement nt tho Royal Aquarium, London,
in February for 1,000.
Tho 27,000 logs composing the great "cigar"
raft from Nova Scotia aro now drifting over
1,000 square miles of sen.
At Newark, O., two B. & O. trains mot
by chance the usual way, and seriously hurt
Trainmen Ayres, Branigan and Traxter.
Tho Chicago Times has just Ihhjii sold for
J575.000 cash and 500,000 assumed debts. 1
will to made a Republican Blaine organ.
Peru will take immediate steps to got hoc
railroads out. of tho hands of tho contractors,
the two (senile) graces, of Now York city.
In Montgomery county, Ohio, 000 soldlors'
families require relief. Tho Soldiers' homo
draws this iuisual number to that locality.
Vandeibiltis reported to have purchased
the estate of tho Earl of Buckinghamshire,
England. The title does not go.with tho pos
session. " ,
George Dinners nnd Dan Flynn foaghft .
sixteen savage rounds at Boston for $1,009
Monday. Flynn will probably die from his
Evansvilks Democratic pliers hav
whacked into the fire department so vigor
ously that insurauco companies havo ralsol
Miss Louise Summer presents Akron, O., '
ICO acres of laud and $10,000 for a homo for
tho aged. A Christmas gift in tho namo oC
T. P. Brooks, of Iowa, broke ono of Billy
Nolan's ribs and knocked him out in two
rounds nt Kansas City Christmas in a ffghu
for $100 u side.
Twenty-seven Lexington horses won 24T
races in 1&87 nnd won 1283,772. Seventy-two
horses averaged over $5,000 each on tha
American turf, ,
Dr. McKinzie reports that Crown Princo
Fritz's condition lias greatly improved and
that time alone can detoiinino tho exact!
nature ol his disease.
Paul Kru us, whoso testimony cnused tho
arrest of Greenwood as the murderer of
Lyman A. Woks, has escaped from Ray
mond street jail, Brooklyn.
An era of prosperity has dawned ou Moro
head, Ky., since the death of tho )Mirties ti
tho Craig Tolliver feud. But it took tweuty
murders to hriig itdround.
Gerrnnn army is jiermcated with Spchtlisin.
nnd tho soldiers are filled with discontent ad
tho proiKwd extension of the liability to ser
vice hi tho Lnudsturm to the ago of forty
five. Jossio Jones, aged seventeen, colored,
under nniM, at Chicago, confesses to thu
murder of William Tohin, at Archer nnd
Butterfleld, December ll. He claims self
defense. There is unpleasantness in the choir of an
Indianaiiolls colored church, und J. II.
Walker has a bullet In his neck because he
admired tho wife of tho leader, John Hud
dleson, too forvontly.
At Portsmouth, O., Henry Vulgnmore sold
his father's com aiftl went on a f 400 spree.
City Marshal Comeiu shut him under an In
inverted mortar box In an alley, and is nor
accused of taking his money.
A desperate'bnttlo was fought in the moun
tains near Guatemala, Central America, to- -tweeu
tlio Federal and a revolutionary fores
under Vincento Custauo. In two hours the
revolutionists wero annihilated. Castano
fled and other rebel . leaders were captured
At Cynthiaim, Ky., Supremo Court Judg
Ward secured exemption for a large nmounS
of taxable property; tho auditor refused to
recognie it and loviedupon tho judge's mulo;
circuit court indorsed tho auditor. Th
judge has taken an appeal and will sit iu
judgment on his own case.
VOE AT WAKEFIELD.
The Toivn lliii'iiing and In the llniuli of
Wakkkikmi, Mich., Dec 28, The lawlo!
element luul full control of tho town during
the progress of the fire. Hundreds of shots
were fired by tlio roughs to intimidate mer
chants who were endeavoring to save some of
thoir stock. Thoy went into a number of
stores in n lwdy, and whilo somo of thotu,
would cover tho inmates with revolvers
others would lie robbing tho store of tho most!
Tho whisky secured from tho lnrse number
of saloons lu tho block mode tho men perfect
demons, and people who hail property stood
by aghast. Thoy wero powerless, and mmla
no offorb) to interforo with what was going:
on. Streets wero Illlod with hatlcss womou,
somo rushing ulout,soarchiug for lost chil
dren and others wringing their hands nnd
crying as thoy watched tho destruction of
Wakefield is a typical mining region town
and composed entirely of wooden buildings.
Tho fire once started was- beyond control, as
there wore no facilities for fighting it.
Chioa'oo, Deo- 28. Nowton & Lcopoldt,
wrapping p.iior dealors, at 184 Madison
street, wero closed by tlio sheriff tills morn
ing. Tho failure wns caused by soveral Judg
ment notes being duo, which tho firm was
unablo to meet The creditors wont into
court this morning and secured judgmont on
ton notes amounting to $23,070,4t0. Tho total .
liabilities and tho usr-cts ure not yet made