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THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVmLE, KV., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1888, NUMBER 305. Jtwesf ltthemoit agreeable and tjjiclh e remedy tier produced for the ills orbing from a ivcak or inacth e condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and is FERFECTL Y SA FE in all cases, and therefore THE BEST of Family Remedies. Manufactured only by tbs CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or SAN rRAMCIICO, CAU lOUIIVIlU, KY. HEW YORK. H. T. EM. For tale by all druggists. V LISTENERS Bays tho proverb, hoar no good of themselves, but wo want it borne in mind by every reader of this that there are times when It Pays to Listen ! This Woman learned, by listening, that the cheapest place in town to buy Furniture is at HENRY ORT'S. I do sire to impress on every oiti zen of Mason, Fleming, Rob ertson, Bracken and Lewis counties, and tho City of Maysvillo, that it pays to lis ten whon I givo prices on ' Furniture. Pin back your oars: thoro is money to bo made by buying at HENRY ORT'S, next to ;tho tallost houso in tho city, Second street. yrr s. mookes, DENTIST. s OrriCE-Hecond street, in opera QOUDU UUliUlUH AllUUUO-UAiug gas aumUHHtertu in an cases. GEORGE W- COOK, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter and Paner-Hanger. Bbop north side or Fourth street, between Limestone and Market, Maysvllle, Ky. J20dly D B. UUW1TT O. JTBANKUNi Dentist, Offlce: Button Street, uoxt donr to VnMnfnc. . JACOB JbXftA, BAKER AND OONFEOTIONEE, 7resh Bread and Cakca made dally and de livered to any part of tho city. Parties and j weddings furnished on short notice, Mo. 29 j incond street, j OEUIH and WhUbey Kan lUcurodathomowith, out pain. Book of par- , tleulurs sent PKEE. 11.M.WOOLLKY.M.D. ' Juittutw, Ou.jCffico CWi Whitehall 8U :! 4K THE I S. BOBBED. Shot mid Lead Substituted for Now .Silver Dollnvs WHILE IN TRANSIT FROM N W OR LEANS TO WASHINGTON. The Knbtieiy ii Very Systematic One, the. Details of Which the Treniu Otrlclitl IIiivc Not Vet Beti Able to Fully -mIc. i:mplo)es"of the Kx press Company Sus pected. AVashinoton, Nor. 15. Tue treasury officials nro in a sweit over the losi of several thousand dollars in filver, the result of a systematic lobbery, the details of which they have not yet been able to solve. The ilist discovery of missing money was mado ion 'file-day last, but as usual, sueh in liters do not reach tho public as promptly us when the olliciuls have disiltowed some claim of u liult-htui'ved eomul who is hoi llu.r tip th' American flag on some semi-civw.'d island. It has been the practice since tue piss ige of the compulsory coinage bill tu store the surplus of coin ut the mints in the treasury building heie, and a large vault bus been constructed for the purpose of storing it. The latest consignments have been arriving from the New Orleans mint. The money is shipped in sealed wooden boxes, each con taining two bags of $I,OiX) each. On Wednesday last, one of these boxfs was opened and the bags found to contain noth ing but r-hot, which was bright and new, evidently having been recently purchased for that purpose. A second box contained nothing but leuden bars. Further investiga tion showed that several boxes were short a few dollars each. It was found that instead of the government seal put on at tho mint nt New Orleans, tho wax bore the impression of a silver quarter. Tho original heal had been broken, the money abstracted und this method of hiding the fraud had been re sorted to. Mr. Boll, chief of the secret sorvice, says he believes the thieving was certainly done after the boxe3 left the mint and bofore they were delivered at tho department. He says the express company is responsible. If the ollicial clerks doing up the packages hid done tue stealing they could have Used the government seal to fasten the botes again. It is a mean man that will ste il from a Democratic administration after all that has happened during the past week. ' FIRED BODILY. A Minister's Former Congregation Gets Itileil mill Forcibly iyct Him. ! New Haven, Conn., Nov. 15, There was an exciting M-cne In the Congregational church at New Preston, Conn., List Sunday. For some time Mere has been bad feeling between Rev. C. H. Childs, the pastor of the church, and Rev. Henry Upson, who was Mr. Childs1 predecessor as pastor, but who now teaches t-chool in the ton. On Sunday as Mr. Childs was about to commence his sermon Mr. Upvin ascended the pulpit, caught Mr. Childs by the arm and said; "You shall not talk to these people until you apologize for your conduct toward me. I am one of your congregation and I demand an explanation." He then denounced Mr. Childs in very severe terms, und cl.iuged that he had attempted to ruin his, Upson's, business and depreciate his character in the community. For a moment tho congrega tion wus dumfounded. Finally a dozen young men rushed forward and forcibly pulled the excited Mr. Upson from the pul pit, and removed him from the church. I wreck on tho lturlim;toii. I Downehs Guovk, 111.. Nov. 15. As a freight train bound east on the Builiugton road, was approaching this place about 0:15 o'clock Tuesdny ovening, it jumped the track and struck the engine of the accommodation train, whih left Chicago at A:-1 p. m. The engine of the accommodation was thrown into tho ditch and wrecked, and tho freight cars were sti own in every direction, com pletely blocking the track. George Blooden kiner, of the passenger traiu, was terribly scalded and the fireman injured internally. No one else wus hurt The wrecking train from Aurora was several hours in clearing away the wreck so that trains could pass. Street Cnr Strike in UrooUlyn. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 15. The North Second street, Lee avenue and Lorimer street car Hues aro tied up, the men refusing to tako the cars out. The throa lines are oper ated by one company. The company has been discharging drivers and conductors be longing to the Knights of Labor recently, and the mon who remained struck to have them reinstated. It is believed that the trouble will be adjusted by arbitration. Ilitilrnuds In Manitoba. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 16. The Canadian Pacific und the Dominion government tri umphs in the railroad crossing matter, tho local government giving orders TueVday for the immediate suspension of work for tho winter on the Portage extension of tho Northern Pacific & Manitoba rood, owing to tho inclemency of tho weather. This means another year of monopoly for farmers west of Winnipeg. Michigan Miller Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov. 16. The state millers1 association met here Tuesday and decided to organize a flour trust. Five members in o to be appointed by the oxocu tive committee to fix tho price of regular standard and clear grades of flour, and the association isto maintain these prices under penalty. It was decided to reduce tho pro poi tiou 50 per cent, from now until the 1st of Junuaiy. An Knglu for IliiriUiin. Chawfouusville, Ind., Nov. 1C Ben jamin Humsjii is the name of a large Amer ican eagle captured in i le county, which has dono service as an attraction for the Repub licans at numerous rallioi during the cam paign. It has proved to bo a white elephant on tho hands of its owner, who, through tho county committee, has presented It to the president elect. It will be shipped to him at Indianapolis. THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI. Ilcr Itccent Artlon Likely to Jlrhig Hr Into Public Notice. Nnw Youk, Nov. 15. There is n possibil ity of the island of Hayti coniing into inter esting public notice before long, and of her straining her relations with the United States to n disagreeable dogreo. Iho Ameri can steam sloop Kearsage has been ordered to Port-uu Pri ice to take care of our inter ests there. It appears that thero is an insur rection on hand, and that the Haytiun rulers bare seized some American ships on the ground that they took arms to the "reikis.'' This state of nllairs induced Secretary Bay ard to send to tho black-and-tan republic tho fnnious nnvai cruiser that destroyed the Ala bama Hayti is mie of tho rlchost ami most inter esting islands in tho world. President Grmt attempted to nnnox the San Domingo end of it, but ho was opposed by Senators Schuiz, Sumner and other groat statesmen. It was Grant's scheme of annexation, and it wus an 'idiiiinistration measure a hint af what was to become a great q'le-tion with Americans seventeen year later, when tow we talk, as Sherman doe3, of a union of ml North American and Central Ami icuu states. Iu Wl congress sent n coin m m ii to the Ulan 1. Tney concluded that wo tb 1 i'r I waul Hayti if we had to take liio pjople aiong wiin tue uirgnin. Hayti was Mittlod in 14fM, soon after Co lumbus dNcovered it. It was diviJed be tween tho Fronoh and Spanish, the former taking tho half called Hayti and the latter the half called San Domingo. Wars between the two governments have been constant, and always will bo so probably. Each of the two republics is not more than 200 miles in length, and each has its president und congress of representatives. The people are whites, blacks and all grades of color be tween them. The lato difficulty appeal's to have grown out of the fact that the Haytian authorities declared a blockade of the ports held by the insurgents without giving other govern ments the notice required by international law. The Biitish schooner Alty sailed from New York October 19 with a cuigo largely composed of arms und other munitions of war, which were supposed b; the firm that furnished them to be designed for Venezuela. She was found cruising iu Haytian waters, and was seized by the Haytian man of-war Toussaint L'Ouverture. When the Haycians found that she had on board 100 boxes of rifles and n corresponding amount of fixed ammunition, they at once began a vizorous hunt among other vessels frorrthe United States and seUed the Hay tian republic, a steamer owned iu Boston. The oirenso charged against this vessel was that of carrying some armed insurgents from one port to another. Other American vessels wero put under an annoying survidl lance. Hence the dispitch of the Kearsage by Secretary B ivard. AN ICE HOUSE COLLAPSES. A Number of Men Hurled In Severn! Injured. tlio Kulns. Dedham, Mass., Nov. 15. About 10 o'clock a. m. the ice houses of tho People's Ice com pany, fell to the ground burying nearly a dozen men iu the ruins. Tho victims were taken out from beneuth the heavy timbers, many of thorn with badly cut heads and limbs, and nearly nil with more or less se vere internal injuries. It is nut et known whether any are fatally hurt, but it is feared that several will die. Following ure the names of the injured: Thomas Simpson, of Dedham, leg badly fractm ed. Taken to hospital. Joseph Brundley, of Dedham, hip dislo cated and fractured; right arm also frac tured, feired futally injured. George Le ivitt, of Dedham, broken leg, interualiv idjured. Wcoas, of Leadville, injured about back. Crossman, of Hyde Park, injured about head und back. Lyons, of Dedham, fatally injured in ternally. Joseph Carr, of Dedham, foreman for the ice companv: fiactured leg. John Gullney, of Dedham, Blightly in jured. James Thayer, of Dedham, teverely bruised. Nineteen men in all were in tho building at the time of the accident. Thoro was uo ice in the structure. The loss to tho company is about la.OOO. A Hoy Kicks Ills Teacher to Death. Strkatou. HI., Nov. 15. Miss Belle Brld well, a teucher employed in tho grammar de partment of tho Siekennan school, near this city, died very suddenly Tuesday of hemor rhage of the lungs. It is stated that she wus endeavoring to punish a boy for insubordin ation, when he knocked her down and kicked her in tho breast, causing bor death. Aid was summoned immediately by the other teachers, but she died in five minutes. A OIehhUo llnby. Stkubenvillk, O., Nov. 15. Mrs. W. K. Rogers, whose husband is employed in the Pan-Handle Car shops here, guve birth to the largest girl baby that ever came to Steu benvillo. The baby weighs twenty-two pounds, and the mother and child are doing well Iteturna From Virginia. New Yoitic, Nov. 15. A special to tho Woild from Richmond, Va., says ninety five counties and cities heard from officially, out of 11- in tho state, givo Cleveland n ma- j jorityof 3,aC-i The others wilt probably i reduce tho majority 1,000 or 1,'JQU. Oofl" Wins y I'oity-Sevon. Wheeling. W. Va., Nov. 15 .Returns so far indicate that Goff, Republican, for gov ernor, bus forty-seven votes more than Flem ing, Democrat. Tho legislature is still in doubt, and a recount has been demanded in nil the congressional districts. Winter in Kiiruest. Queuec, Nov. 16. Dispatches from Lowor Quebec say that two feet und u half snow has fallen all along the lower St. Lawrouce. Serious fears are entertained that there bos' been serious loss of life among the ftshermou on both shores of tho gulf. Mrs. Shaw Divorced. New Yohk, Nov. 15. Judge Barrett has granted nn absolute divorce to Mrs, Allco J. Shaw from W. II. Shaw for desertion. Tho plaintiff is tho famous whistling prima donna. The decree was entered October SI, and escaped notice, FREDS. George 0. Jones, tho Celebrated Greenback Champion, SPEAKS OF THE FUTURE OF THE TWO GREAT PARTIES. Annual Meeting of the Missionary Coun cil o' the 1'iotestnnt Eplncopnl Church. A Humor that Lord Sackvllle May be He nppolnteil Clevelaud Cuucd Otliai Washington News. Washington, Nov. 15. George O. Jones, the celebrated Greenback champion, speak ing of the future of tho two great parties, says: "The Democi ntic party will go to pieces and there will be u leorganlzitlon. I doubt if Harrison will Lo able to hold his paity together. It would be tho best thing if both parties were to break up, so we could get awny from this eternal sectional issuo. The people of tho south hato the Repuhlicin party, and the people of the notth hate the Democi atic party uud so it goes. Washing ton pointed out just tho danger we uavo be fore us at this moment. "If the "ections are to be forever arrayed against each other might not a foreign power some day join one or the other of two sections and break up tho Republic We must iu some way get the sectional question out of sight, and in order to do so we must arouse tho public mind to tho importance of certain great economic questions. We pro duce seven-tenths of tho cotton of the world, but England comes with her ships and takes our cotton to her own mills, thero manufac tures it nnd then sends it abroad, again using her own ships. "It makes the second largest industry of England. What we want is to revive our merchant marine and do some of this ship ping ourselves. Nine men out of ten in the United States will tell you they are in favor of this, but still no steps are taken to accom plish the desired end. There is room here for a great improvement" Kplscop-il Missionary Council. Washington, Nov. 16 .Epiphany church was tho scene of a notable gathering Tues day. The missionary council of the Protest ant Episcopal church convened there for its annual session. Shortly after 10 o'clock the clerical and lay members of the council bo gan to enter the church and take tho seats reserved near the altar. Presently the music of the proce slonal was sounded from the organ. Fiom a side, door in thp chancel issued the long procession of tho bishops. They all wore tho bishop's gown Of white lawn and black silk, that of Bishop Doane having tho rid cap of Oxfoid university. The solemn service of the church was at once began. Among those in the chancel were the fol lowing: Bishops Williams, of Connecticut; Watson, of North Carolina; Knickerbocker, of Indiana: Wlntaker, of Pennsylvania; Thompson, of Mississippi; Peterkin, of West Virginia; Gilbert, of Minnesota; Colemun, of Delaware; Doane, of Albany; Walker, of Dakota; John-soii, of west Texa, and Bur gees, of Quiucy. The sermon was delivered by Bishop Whip pie, of Minnesota. He is regarded in the church as the apos tle of tho Indians, mid during his long Episcopacy of twen- . ..... u 7W ATSf J-"" J'"", " xj" r&& has done a great C4 '&!eW deal for tho cause of tho red men. In beginning his dis course, tho bishop i epented souie of he Bible piomises iu tri f.tm rrlnrv nml success of the jt church. He spoke 4f V " of the growth of BISHOP WHIPPIR tho missions In Aus tralia and iu the islands of the south Pacific. He reviewed the work done in China and Japan, and commended the heroism of the missionaries in the vicinity of the Hudson bay. In conclusion he commended all to greater diligonce and faith. The communion service was then held, which was participated iu by the members of the council. In a few minutes Bishop Williumx, who Is the presiding bishop of the couucil, came upon the altar, followed by the secretary of tho couucil, Rev. Dr. Henry Anstice, of New York. The council was called by tho secretary. After recess tho reports of the organiza tions of the, church were read. Another session was held in the evening. Lord Suckvllle. New Yonic, Nov. 15. The Herald's Washington correspondent telegraphs as fol lows: There is tho highest authority for tbs statement that an effort is being made to secure the reappointment of Lord Sackvillo as minister to this country when the, Harri son administration comes Into power. The argument iu favor of the movement is that tho British minister was sacrificed to meet a political exigency; that the magnitude of his offonse was greatly exaggerated by reason of the political conditions, as they existed at tho time, and the deliberate judgment of the American people, after the matter shall have boon dispassionately lobked at, will bo favorable to his reappointment. It is not known that Lord Sackvllle Is a party to this scheme, but certain of his friends have interested themselves in the matter, with what success can only be con jectured. Who Will Ilo Muislial? Washington, Nov. 15. The chairman of the inauguration committee having been se lected, and tho chairman of tho finance com mittee h iviug been named, the next import ant position to 1111, is that of marshal It is generally understood that Gon. Schofleld, tho bend of the army, will bo selectod for this important placo. Tho prominence of his ollk-e, his familiarity with handling largo bodies of men and tho National char acter of tho inauguration, have led to the belief that ho will be requested to uot. In fprmer years the general of the army acted as marshal of tho parade. Tho selec tion will be made by the executive commit- P Li& .rMl, wmmMMkm mm teo, and should Gen Schofleld's name bo de cided upon, tho president will be requested to designate him as the maishal. As soon as tbe executive committee is formed action will be taken Will Itelteruto TnrlfT lloforiu. New Yohk. Nov. 15. The Sun's Wash ington con eipondont says it is intimated that the president, In his message to con gress, will emphasize his views on tariff re form and piacticnlly reiterate the senti ments expressed in his lust ollicial communi cation to congress on the subject. Cleveland Caned. Washington, Nov. 15. A delegation from the Crurch of tho Most Holy Rodeemor, of New York, Tuesday presented Mr. Clove land with u cane voted to him at a recent church fair. FOINTED PARAGRAPHS. Topics of the Times Given In u Terse and Spicy Munqer. Hovey's plurality In Indiana is 2, 191. The result in West Virginia is still in doubt. An epidemic of scarlet fever Ji raging at Jamestown, Dak. Official returns from Georgia givo Cleve land CO, 003 majjrity. There will be two contests from South Carolina for seat3 in congress. Baltimore will have a club next season. So says President Vonderhorst John Bell, colored, fell dead in a stable at Newark, O. Cause, heart disease. Gen. Harrison made his first appointment by selecting B. F. Tibbots as his official stenographer. Three more bodies have been recovered from the ruins of the Lantern works at Ro chester, N. Y. S. Newberry, a farmer living near Hlg ginsvillo, 111., was thrown undr his wagon and fatally hurt While hunting, Edward Swenegar, of Gal lipolis, accidentally shot his brother Fred, in the leg, inflicting a bad wound. The court house at Henrietta, Ter., was blown up with dynamite, probably for the purpose of destroying tho records. Mr. Alex. Rodgers, a Louisville govern ment ollicial, has become temporarily in sane over tne results of the election. Jacksonville, Fia., reports seven new cases of yellow fover and two deaths. Total num ber of cases to date, 4,518; deaths 31)0. Trustees of Deland university, in Florida, will open its session on December 4, as all danger of fever will probably bo over by that time. The marquis of Queonsborry, now in New York, sa s Sullivan is a boxer rather than a fighter. He thinks Kilrain is tho best man in tho world. Elmer Ellison had n piece of iron as largo as a walnut driven through his thigh by tho explosion of an anvil at a ratification meet ing at Homer, Ind. "Nig" McKeo, ono of the supposed mur derers of Robert McCluro, who was killed seven years ago near McKeesport, Pa. , has been arrested at Norristown. Tho employes ut the Lawrence rolling miil, Iroiitou, O., refused to go to work, owing to the change of pay-day. Tho trouble will probably bo amicably adjusted in u few duys. The report that Governor Long, of tho Chickasaw nation, was murdered is untrue. An attempt was mado to kill him, but tho would-be assassin's bullet missed its mark. Miss Eda Warley, of Lafontaiu, Ind., isn't in favor of women's clubs. She was pounded with one in the bands of Mrs. Jerome Halo, who didn't stop to give her reasons, and was carried home insensible. Some oue, probably in an attempt to break into one of the dining room sandwiches, ex ploded a dynamlto bomb in tho Hotel Nich olas at Nicholasville, Ky., shattering win dows aud doing much damage. Governor Gordon, of Georgia, wu inaugu rated for his second term Tuesday. In his inaugural address he said he could not be lieve that Republican success meant the de grading of the south by the passage of forco bills. At Lafayetto, Ind., a Louisville, New Al bany & Chicago railway brakemeu demand two cents per mile and an extra man for the trains drawn by heavy locomotives. One hundred of tbem are waiting for these de mands 'to be allowed. Scott Ray, of Greensburg, Ind., will call upon Uncle Sam to make Jap Carpenter get np out of that senatorial chair on the grounds that one of the electoral bourd was a relative of Jap. The board and the Car penter stick together as usual. Peter Howe, wealthy banker of Wenona, III, and his wife were brained in their beds by Chailes Burkhart, a Wenona grocer, who used a coupling pin. As soon as the mur derer discovered that ho was suspected ho suicided with a razor. Spite was the cause. It is claimed that the shrinkage in the in ternal commerce and business of the country during tbe (tast four months, owiug to elec tion excitement, amounts to not loss than $500,000,000, The claim is used as an argu ment in fuvor of extending the presidential term. Tho first annual convention of the Roller Inspectors1 and Stationary Engineers1 asso ciation will be held in Pittsburg uoxt week. The discussions will includo the quostions of a more thorough and uniform system of in spection aud the sale of worthless boilers to ignorant people. At Indiuuapolis Judge Woods instructed tho grand jury to investigate tho alleged election frauds, and in his speech developed tho funny fact that by the laws of the IIoos ierdom an attempt to brlbo does not consti tute an offense ; but to advise another to at tempt to bribe entangles the advisor in all tbe red tape of their outraged majesty. An excursion train occupied by tho Fifth ward guards, of Nowark, N, J., bound for Reading, was wrecked above South Easton, Pa., on tho Jersey Centrul railroad. Frank Livingston had his knee fractured and head cut; Frank Smith, spina injured and two ribs broken; Charles Poll, head seriously cut by a falling lamp. Tho injuries of Smith and Pell are dangorous. New Yohk, flov. 15. A Times spocinl from San Frnimisco says tho First c6ngres slonal district is no longer iu doubt J. J. Dehaven, Republican, being elected by nearly SOO'mujwity.