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The Cincinnati Telegram (Newspaper) - December 16, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio THE VOL. 4, NO. 220. CINCIN^TI, BUND V. DECEMBER 16. 1888. mm DRAMATIC SCENE Enacted in the French Chamber of DeputieSi ^    ' The Panama Oaüal Company Falls Xn Its Last fiflbrt To Obtain O-overnmsnt Aid. France Reetorod To the Front RanM By Mer Aooeptaace of the Rasalan Loan. liOMDOM, December 1®*—The Fenama Canal Company la doomed. lU laat al-fort to obtain asiiiatanea from tba QoV-•rnment baa fallad. In the Chamber of DopntlM to-nlfht the bill anbmittad by M. Pey trol, Mfn-latar of Finance, authoriiing the com-' pany to anipend the payment of its in-tereat and bonds for three months was ff ported ad tersely by the apeolal oom-fbittee appointed under the tote of nrgsnoe to consider It A long and ex* oited debate followed. Pathetic appeals Srere made to the House to sustain ths great enterprise with which the honor and pride of the Nation were bound up. On the other hand bitter denuncia* tloDi were beard of the mistnanage* mente of the aflalrt of the com* pany, the! wanton extravagan mlaappropriation of ftinds, wholsaal corruption of the prese, and deception of the ptrblio. M. Paul Do (Jassagnao defended the company and its mana* fere. He charges that the committee had been packed with enemies of the company to ruin lt( that it had not giren the bill proper consider* atlon; that it had refused to beer even the oflioial liquidation of the company, and wound np by declaring its hoatlle report the deliberate strang* ling of a noble enterprise. M. Oolrand, who has opposed the company from the beginning, made an ef-feotire epeeoh against the bill, dsnonno* log the men who bad deluded the nation. To assist tbem wonld be to perpetuate the deception, and only postpone the diaaater wbioh was sure to eome if the great work was left In their hands. There were many violent soenM, and the President more than once threatened to enspend the sitting. Fi'nslly, amid ezottemont so Intense that it nearly qnlted the chamber, the ijnestlon on the oommltteea report was uken,Nmd it waa adopted by a vote of S62 to 188. Id tbeatreets the febllng over the result runs high and petite Dourse la in a state of aemi-panio. But there le noenrprls*. The oompo-eitlon of the committee has led everybody to anticipate the decision. It was noticeable throughout the debate that the attack was direoted against the oompany and Its ofhoers. Little f as or Is said against the work itself, eople, althoogh staggered by the failure <Sf the flnauoial scheme, still have confidence in the ultimate completion of the oanal, and are ready i^in to pour forth their money for that purpoose. Thiele, indeed, earprtsing, but Francs has not surrendered her prerogative of making the world wonder. In the midst of the collapse which was expected to bring rnln, and perhaps revolution to the entire country, this nation out of pure sentiment, yesrniag in her Isolation fof the great power, has laid Its hard woo earnings st ths feet of Russia to ^he extent of hnndrede of millions of ft JOB. In one day the Russian loan, f( - ed and refused by the rest of F ."ope, was taken up three add four •es over by entbusiostio Franohmen. speotaole has paralysed the rest of L ope, Berlin, Vienna and St. Petersburg, too, are astounded. They did not believe the French in their deyc of depression and despair were oapable of snoh a splendid exhibition of epirit and power. It has almost re^-'ored Frsnoe to the front rank, out of \ cb Oermany has ao long endeavored to eep her. What the eflfeot hae been >n Russia remains to be seen. Russians have not yet sufficiently reoovered from their surprise to speak tbelr sentiments. The generosity can not but fall to bind the two oountrlee eloee together, and the people may have thus fonnd the means, by instlnot or inspiration, of bringing about an alllanoe at which diplomats have labored for years In vain. No one can say tbs action la Quixotic, for in tbla ease the sentiment ooinoides with the wisdom, and its praotieal result oan not but strengthen the oountry, and may perhaps eeoure a powerful ally. Offlcora of the Secret Service have been aware that a large quantity was stored at Sarhla, opposite this city, for several montbc. It disappeared a few days ago and was traced to Sand Bnach, on ths Ijake Huron Sbors, where it had bsen Shipped In a sail-boat* The seisnre made last úlght was valued at |3s,000. Washinoto», December 15.—Secretary Whitney has ordered the preliminary trial of the new gnnbcat Tork-town, to be held at Phlladelpbls, Tuesday next. Her engin^.^sre reported as working snocessfully. IN A TRANCE. Háfper Sayg He Was Awftllly* Burpriaed    • When He Read the Papers Detailing Hie Insanity. NEWSY KERNELS. AtI'AVTa, Oa., December 15.—There ie a movement here bavlng tor Its purpoee the preeentatlon of the name of A. ItL Buck, of Atlanta, for a place In President Harrison's CeblneL CoLCXiiTS, Dsoember 16.—Qoveraor Foraaer bat issued an official notlfiM-UoB that the While Cep organisation bas disbanded. RownouT, N. Y., December 15.—Mrs. Frank Carla, of this city, accldenully shot and killed her five-year-old dsugk-ter this afternoon. Mrs. Carte waa showing s load«| pistol to her oldest daughter and her playmate, when the weapen was dieehargsL MoaiARAi., Dsenfoer 15.—Hon. Chaa. Tapper, UlatMer of the Marine and Flatnrlse, wka beajotl relumed from a toer through tbt A||rtllme provínote, ayi fintterworlkhi |^ki|»aal was betmr veaMved Ihtia tku Ik mf part of Pot HuaM, MmiL, Dsubtr H— ^uta stauQSd^^ iRtWMMder. ConvMBus, 0., December 16.—Phyal-oians at the penitentiary report E. L. Harper’s condition considerably improved to-nigbt, but ne will still be confine^ In ths ssylam for sevsral days. Speaking of the aiTalr, Harper aavs: wu in a trance from 4 o’clock Thuraday morning until I read the papers on Tuesday morning. I never bid such an szperlenoe before.” Harper la very anxlona to ratufn to his^wcrk in the Seorstary'a office. THE LABOR CONVENTION Electa Ofltcers for the Enaning Tear and AdJoaras. St. IjOuis, December 15.—After the transaction of aome routine businesa tbla morning the Federation of Labor convention proceeded to the election of officers for the ensnlng yeai-, with the following result: President, Samuel Oompers, of New York; First Vice President, Daniel McLaughlin, of Braid-wood, III.; Seoond Vioe President, William Martin, of Pittsburg; Secretary, P. J. MeQulrs, of Philadelphia; Treasnrer, Henry Emsober, of New York; Trustees, Hugo Miller, August Delabar and Josiah P. Dyer, of New York. Boston was ae-leeted aa the piaos for holding tbs annual meeting. KILRAIN MEANS FIQHT. He Says Snlllvaa Is Blafflng-mtebeU Chips la. PinsBURo, PsNM., December 15.—Kll-rain and Mitchell were in the eity tonight on route to Chicago. Kllrain says StiltlVan and his backer are blofllini, and tiuut be la anxious to meet the "Big 'on.** Wbes he left New Tork bis backers had dscidod to visit the Clipper office and pat np |5,000, the fight to take place in four mouths. Mitchell says be has closed an agreo-meat to fight Dempeey in San Fra-cisco. He now says Dempsey has to fight or sneak, and bo expeots him to sneak. Kilrain says as he ie Champion of the World, he bss a rigluL-4o name place and date of meeting with Snllivan, TO A FINISH. Desperate Prlze-Fight On Long Island East Might. New York, Deoeomber 15.—A twenty-seven round prize fight came off this morning on Long Island between Chas. MoOlynn and Joe Fay. It was a fight to a finish for $150. Only a select crowd of Brooklyn and New York aporta witnessed the oontest. The prineipals fought without much regard to rules and banged each other all over the ring. Fay dislocated his shoulder and In the last round was knocked senseless. EDITOR SNOWDEN tteeigns Hla PMltlon at the Head ef * the Chleage Times. Chicago, December 15.—A shake-up in the office of the Chicago Times has been predicted in newspepar oiroies for some time. It came today. Clinton A. Snowden, who baa been editor-ln-obief and managing editor of the paper for the laet year, reaigned. Ho headed what waa oalled the Snowden-West syndicate, which bought the paper of the Storey aeUte, Deoember 1,1817. CONCLUSIVE PROOF That The Cbaltaneoga Hetel Waa Baraed To Coaeeol Martfrr. Chattakoooa, Taxn., DeoembevlS.— All the private papera of Oeneral Higgee, of North Cerolloa, who loat hla life, with four othere, iu the burning of the European Hotel, November la, were found today, tied up In an old shirt on a raft in the Tenneaaee River. This la oonolnetve evldenoe that the fire wee incendiary, to conceal the orluie of murder. “PRETTY BOV’S” BREAK. A Ueaa ladlaa Hllle a hgaaar aad Three Polieeosea aad Thea gah etdee. *MxxM>Ai>oua, Minx., Deoember 15.— Pretty Boy, of the Yankton Sioux tribe, while erased by wbleky at the Fort Peek Indian Agenoy, killed a iquaw with a olnb, iHed to acidp her, abot three police dead, ran to the bay, out the artery in hla wrist and bled to death. Whitg Cap Djrnainitera. Roukpord, IhL., December 16.—Rev. Meed Hoi mea, a Prohibitionist Alderman, who, a few dayi ago, reoelved a threat from the WhlU Cepe, thto morning fonnd at bli front door ao exploded bomb, with the fuae bmned down eloee to the powder. Blf Fire la St. Lonia Sr. Loma, Dteember 15.-A big fire is sew n«lttff la the 014 )lMhaai« Sink liUdlBg es tioood asd itiaau. CROOKED OP Twdfltv Thousand Dollars’ o^lhe Drug Found In ' Woods Telegram. vv.*- BSgJi PRICE TWO CENTS. By Seeñtt Servlo4 Offlceri a^^ the Offbnder Unhoreed. Saxd Bbaor, Mioa, Decem Twenty tbonaand doUara’ wj|iih of amuggled opium was eeieed by Jtooret Service Agent Day, In a denao'ifr^’^ in Lincoln Township last night. Day went to the locality with three (ieteo-tives, riding twenty milea tbrdngti (he WQodi and entered tbedenae tkioket afoot. They beard an approaching rider who proved to be Henry Durant, who wae arreeted laet aummar for amuggiing, bnt discharged, owing to a laok d evidence. Shote were exchanged. Dhrant fell from his horse and escaped to the woods. Following him they trailed him to an excavation where he wae found with a hundred and twenty-five oaeee of opium, which had Just besii removed. Be laid beside IL The meh engaged in the removal, escaped on hearing the sbota. No arresta were nisde. The opium was brought to Baud BSach today, Dnraot ia at the head of an oplnm smuggling gang here. LOmS MEREDITH, The Man Who Robbed Phil ‘ Daly An Ohio Oonviot. Sent Up From Cincinnati for Grand ‘ Larceny and Paroled—He Will Be Brought Baek To ♦i . Serve Hie Time.    \ ‘ ConvMhOB, Deoember 16. — Captain Koehne, AMietant Clerk of the Oblé State Prison, leaves here tomorrow morning for New York with a requisition for Louis Carleton, alias Meredith, who is under arrest there for attempting the "Badger game” on Phil Daly. Carleton was reoelved at the SUte Prison from Cincinnati April 18, 188Si, on a eeveu-year eaotenee for grand lareejay.- ^ 8hie Board of Managers Inaroled Hi# on Angnst 12, 1880, but ba had trouble with biaemployere, P. Hayden Bona d Co., of this city, and was returned to prison. In August, 1887, he seoured snotbsr parole, this time seourlng employment in Simpson’s Iron Works In this oily as book-keeper. After working for this firm for t bree montos Carleton disappeared and bad not been seen since. According to hla prison record, be bad a wife living at the tima of his imprisonment at 117 West Forty-third street, New York City, He ie twenty-nine years of age and put down aa a moderate drinker. LITTLE IRENE. The Body of Murderer Hawe's "Child Found At the Bottom of the- Lake Weighted Down With Iron. Hawes Receives the News With Calm and Brutal Indifference. Birm'.xoham, Ala.,December 15.-The body of little Irene Hawes, the missing child of murderer Hawes, waa found today at Lakeview. The work of draining the lake has been going on ainoe Monday. The body was weighted down with railroad iron like the mothera,^ bat showed DO marks of vlolsooe. Tbe spot where the body was fonnd was about thirty feet from tbe point where tbe body of tbe mother wae found. On the body of the child there were no marks of violence, but about its neck was fastened a rope, to which was attached e piece of railroad Iron weighing abonlfoor ponnda. The body of tbe child wee fonnd lying face downward. Deoompoaition bad already sat in and the body was at once turned over to an nndertaker. Tbe oorresponl^ t shortly after the flndlogof the body called at the Jail where flawee is eon lined and Informed him that Irene’s body had been fonnd. Hawes looked up with Jnst the slight-eel show of Inlereet, and wltboot tba allghteat tremor in his voice asked > "Where did they find her?” He was told, end without aaaking any reply or ehowlBf the ellfhteet emotion be re-■nmsd hie seal oh tbe cot, end bowleg his bead ael tor aome time aa if In deep thoughL * He was asked If he would like to see tbe body, bnt he made no reply. Several other quecHcioe elleited no answer, except that he bed no state meo t to make. Fanny Bryant, the negro women held as an aecoeaory, was next seen. She stated that she had already been Informed by her lawyer that Mie’s body had beea toaad, aad that he had ea«-Ueaed her to say oothlaf. Me refaasd he farther oeaverae ea the eah|am. Be-lora the reporter left the JMl • atotafcat order was leaued to admit he eae^ le Hawes' sell. The oewa ef tbe iadlag et the h«di eihhieé it eg«lic«eat im the ettf. emwdi heve gathered on ihestreeta, and very »W have visited the andertaker’s ■hop where tbe body lies. While no repetition of last Satnrday’s terrible affair la feared, every precaution baa baen taken to guard agalnat any attack on the jail.    I An extaa force of deputy aberlfih are guarding tbe approaohee thereto. No Ohé 1* allowed to go near the jail wlth-ont an order from the Bbertff. The Coroner’a Jury inveetlgatlng the shooting of lost Saturday night held only a short aeealon today. A nnmber of witneaaes were examined bat their testimony was unimportant. Publio feeling is rapidly assuming its normal condition and tbe feeling is gaining gronndthat Sheriff Smith only did his duty. BOOTH’S BROTHER The Vlotlm of a Beriee of Mali-otoua Peraeoutloca. BoUeved To Originate From a Quarrel With Hie Neighbor Abont a High Fence. Loxw Bhaxchv N, J., December 15.— Dr. Joseph A. Booth, the only Uving brother of Edwin Booth, the eminent tragedian, has been made the victim of a aeries of maliolons peraecutiona which would have driven most men out of town. He has lived lor seversl years In a handsome cottage on Ocean avenue, near the Atlantic Hotel. A few nights ago an attempt to kill or badly injore Dr. Booth was delibsrately made by aome unhnown persona. The doctor ie connected with the eases of the Out Door Poor Department of the Board of Charity and Correction of New York. Re does not return home until evening. On tbe night in question he did not leave the eity until alter 6 o’clock. A few moments before be reached hie cottage there mme a knoox at tbe front ooor. Miee Rosalie Booth, hie aged ■iater, who le now living with him, an-■Wared tbe sammons. As sne opened the door some miscreant hurled a heavy brickbat at bar head. The miesle atguck the door casing a few Inohee above her head. At the same time a number of atonei and a qnantlty of gravel were thrown at tbe door and windowa of tbe eottage. Mlae Booth shut the dootr and oalled tbe aervatite who secured ail the dporp and rkdi«rjiti III alarmed. 'iFSüiw*'' Next morning Dr. Booth found a piece of brick on the piasca weighing two pounds. Dr. Booth is oonfldent that tbe man who tbrew tba brick tbooght he would open tbe door, and tbe object of the aeaaolt waa to maim him for life. All tbe facto hare been laid before Inspector Byrnes, of New York. Dr. Booth has no enemies here except tboee who became inoenaed because of the litigation over tbe building of bis famous face last fsll. Booth claimed that the confectionery store of Adolph Burns, standing near the Booth oottage, waa a nnisanoe, and put up a fence twenty feet high on bis own land, between the atore and the cottage, fiurnee had Booth arrested, and this started the war. Booth then sued for damages for false arrest. THE PASSING HOUR Photogrnphed By the Inatanta^i-eoue Procesa And Framed In Teleigrem Colamos For the Perueal of Patrons. Olxn Falls, N. Y., December 15.—> Silver ore bss been found In tbe town, end claime are being filed rspldly. Nxw York, Deoember 15.—William Johnson amaabed a plate xiaae window of a Broadway Jewelry etore and atole a diamond neoktaoe valued at |i,600. OaxoAoo, Deoember 15.—Oberkamp and klaok, letter robbers, are found guilty. CoLDMBua, 8. C., December 15.—The fiUM Senate baa peaaed a bill validating 11,000,000 of the Townabip bonds, re-oently dsolsred invalid by the Supreme Court. A Memphle Murder. Mxufhir, Tbxx., Deoember 16.—A. P. Cioverie, the aleeping-oar conductor, living nt Memphis, who waa out by Mand Durant, bis mlstraes, in a Jealous rage two weeks sgo, died today. Tbe woman fainted when informed of it. Mfcterluus Biploelon. ^ Bovrox, December lA—A myeterlooe exploeiun tbis evening In a large building In (bit oitv« totplly demolished tbe buUdlng and ahattered evary pane of glaaa In the bnildtnga opposite. Csuseof expieslen not yet aeoeriatoed. AOMIRINQ THOUSANDS -  « rieek Te Peuntnta ■etaare •« MnMeg 4k Cairea'a Wladew. Iteeeois ae If toe peeple ef CiBetaasti will Bevm tire ef toe t/pkal Ukrtetnw eoene pre-NBtod kr Maklep A Carew íb tbelr Itn-kay wiedow '■peeunr eoneirucUd lliat parpoM. Tbe inat oa Fennuin kll tost Blab teteetoed tkatof aap nicbt iiH isrMHntJklJttii- lirSM fUjo-i and rsfardad with breatkleM Ui« saoTemento of ikwr natrou ito Ciaac as be drove ever IteuM J tape, ruslie kridfee, past toe vUlaf ane bailed ate fetBSMr end beavilv tu wbien aiettb In fetal ef a ile^r sbikL wbe Mi wito higa r a eetiega to wi ft: HARRISON TOO MUM They Say That’s ths Reason Morton Rstumod Borne So Suddenly. General Lew Walla<;e ludifllMrent Ab To n Cnhiuet Position. IkDiAXAFOLis, December 16.—When Mr. Morton came to Indianapolla be announced that be would remain until tbe arrival of Chairman Qnay next week. Blaauddin and unexpeoted departa re on a epeelal train this morning lendi pollticlana to beltove he was disappointed et Oeneral Harrlson’a reticence regarding hla Cabinet Otbera assert that Mr. Morton went into elaborate detalla eonoernlng the political aituatlon in New York, but Har-rla.»a gava no intimation aa to his policy, and Morton left no wiser than when he came. Oeneral Low Wallace said today that Oeneral USrrlaon had never apoken to him about accepting a Cabinet position, and be wonld not be disposed to accept unless it should appear to be positive duty. This could hardly fie taken os declination, however, as ona could not decline what bad not been oflered. KENTUCKY FOLKS. What Onr Neighbors Across the River are Doing. Cd^VINGTON. Mrs. Albert Withers bss (ons South to spend tbe winter. Mr. R. L Manner) le Seriously ill at his borne on Ureonup street Mr. Henry Knoebber and Mlse Mary Strate-ger wilt (re married in January. Yesterday wae the last day for paying city taxes. Tomoixovr tbe penalty goes on. Misses Holiday, of Paris, Ky., returned to their home yesrerday, after a pteoeant visit to friends befe. Tbe funeral of little Edna Weis, will take ilace this aiternonu from her parents leel-,enoe on Lewis street The Kenton Connty Equal fiuflTpoge Anoct- atlon will hold tbelr rauntbly meeting at tbe uorrard resldsuoe of Mrs. 8. B. Wolcott MS ( street tomorrow afternoon at I o’clook. Terlan tbe Vlotim—H. Terlan, the Medieon avenue jeweler, bos turned out to be the [>artyto whom tbe diamond ear-rings be-onged tothat were found In the posaeeelon jol    'isto%iniy ay in the fore port of tb> week be called at Tertan’s and asked to be shown some diamond ear-rings. He left without making a purchase, sod with him left the ear-rings He sold nothing to Uie police So-sterday, when bear! til y« -. made in ClnelnnaU and Identifled his ear- heu bearing of tbe arreet rings and tbe man. A warrant has been ts-sned by Mayor Athsy. charging Norrli with grand laresny. When Ohio geu through .....    oh,    ■ with him Kalntnck will take a hand, NEWPORT. The fnneral of the infant son of Wm Parr took place yesterday. Rev. A. L Jordan will address yonng people at Memorial Ball tbis afternoon. John Qualls, a negro was fined |1 and costs by Xqulre Buchanan yesterday fur shooting wlthl ...... in the Umita The friends of MissCoestte Davla who are legion, will be pained to learn that her death Is momentarily expected. William flchtefmau a stone cutter while flghtlug with bis son last evening fell and tuflersd Í0 fracture of on# of his lower llmbc DAYTON. KY. Mayor Ried released tbe oceopants of the shanty boats from the Jail, with tbe understanding that tbsy move on down the river as MOOD os there Is sutfiolent water to launch the boata Prof. Bristow, of Covington, Ky., with Mra Miller, of ClDCtnnntt, and Miss Taylor of ibis place, have In preparation a musical en- ill tertalament for tbe holidays, of more than ordinary sxMllenca The prompt and efllcient disposition of ths shanty-boat nuisance by Mayor Reid, receives the hearty approbation of all good citliens of the commnnlty. Squattsrs of sand bars who pay uelt her rent, taxes or for fuel, should be compelled to mígate or occupy taxable lota CITY SCINTILLATIONS. There will be a called meeting of the W. R. .of Oeorge H. Thomaa Post at Memorial Ball, Mouday, December 17, et trao p. m. All members ore requested to be present. Daniel Peppard, the harness man, was ilven a verdict for 11.000 damages agalaat the iL Adaaas aad Bdsn Park itallwar, by a jury, in Judge Rumlera Oouri, yeaterday. It is rumored that Arehle Stewart, ex-steward of Loncvlew Asylum, charged with em-bextleraent. bos lumped his bend, the amount of which waskiOOO, with 8am Oaks as bondsman. Tbe A- W, Graves Post, No, W, O. A. R., wilt give an entertainment on the ittb ana 90th of Ueoeinber for the benefit of a drum corps, which thsy will organise next Tuesday tnl. Digt Mrs. Jans Hess, proprtetreHs of ths Royal ....... thi HotsI, cornsr Court and Walnut, and mother ot Julia Marlowe, the famous tragedlsnne. bas sued her husband, Johu Htss, for divorce, alleging oruelty, non-support and desertion. It Is rumored that tba general offioee of tbe Cheaaneaka end Ohio Railroad are to be removed trom Loutavllle, Ky.. to tiile city akoul March 1. They will oocupy a buUdIng Bear Fourth and Central avenue. Tbe Covington oiTteea will be moved to thta aide February 1. Donbto llarenveinent. Death kae ofaln Invaded the home tírele of frank B. Wright, ef the Enqntrar, theea e ond time within Un mootbe, and he le tone bereftoftwp bright, keantlful hnbee. 8loeere ayrapalhy goeaoul to Mr. Wright and hla ae-tiniable wire from all who know gbero. Hy an aunoyiui mlaiaka In the Tm.knBAM ree-erdey It woe mode to appear that aehlld had aea aorn to theeoupie. ITnlljr <Tnb tmotaroa. r. A. W. Whelplay poaltivalf an-bom that Uia Unity club Sundny af- Mr noaaoM------------ ----------, uruoon leoturak will b« CODABQBd. Tba •ertea of 1M8 will fairly Mlipaa tboaa that Itava baaB glvan baratofora. RaalffBRtluu imnctod. Maiox Umr,, U.. Deoambac II.—0«v-inUfiad J. H. era or Larrakaa to-day bpM Bwaanay, OsiffiaaBttaB^aM «^( ba eoBld not a| pviMnl aoMpk kit ailifoa- tlOB XSL Haddty tatdjwtki^ U4 DOG AND GUf4. Farmera are again compljklninf that the game which they ralae on tbelr fartnn la killed hy others, and ara xivlny tba eity eportaman tba lion’a ehare of the blame.' Now here are two lllnetra-th>ns from which the readat can form his own opinion and Judge for bimaeif whom tbe larmera ongbt to keap off tbelr farms. First, take tbe city chap. He spends a few clays of the open season in the country, and though equipped with the finest outfit, he is generally, nnable to find much game, because be Ja not accustomed to its haunts, anc| when ba does find a oovey of qnall)ha flashes tbem in a sportsmanlike mani\er and .......thi tries to kill them on the wiugj) and fra-qnantlv his baz of game is very light after a day's hnnt.    i Next take the conntry loafer, the arcD-eQemy of the game. Long before tbe season opens be prnwlu abont the country and locates every, covey of blrda for miles aronnd. Ha does not shoot for aport, but for money, and wherever his eagle eye spies a covey of qiSail huddled together on tbe ground bft fires his deadly load into them, and with ona shot ba killa more birds than any city sportaman would kill in twenty shots. The qnail season closed in Ohio yesterday. Tbe interest in trap shooting, formerly ao strong in tbis city, baa almost died out. Tbe field trials of tbe American Field Trials Club are being run at Wesit Point, Miaa. The black baas has retired to his win ter quarters in deep water; be m In a il-t ■ aeml-torpid oondltloo and refuses to take tbe moat tomptlng bait. There is something wrong with the game if ws of tbis State. The woodcook Novembair L Jnat when tba fo: birds are In tbair prime for the table. Ohio has plenty of good sportsmen, rhoown the best dogs in tbeeoantry. at least so they say. Still, Ohio sportsmen hesitate to organize a fieid trial club. Formerly sportsmen used to kill prairie chickens and quail with BBand S’(    ■ ..'o. 1 shot respectively, now many use No. 10 and dust shot fqr tbe same pur pose. Plenty of quails have been left over for seed for next season, and if the winter is favorable to them next year's qnail crop will be as large as ever in this State. Jabez Miller, the trap-shooter, will sever bis connection with tbe Peters Cartridge Company, of this city, aftet the Inst of tbis montn, bnt the company will continue business. Most practical sportsmen have abandoned the heavy ten-gange gup and heavy loads for field shooting, and are using a light twelve-gauge, loaded vi^ith half tbe ammunition formerly used. General W. B, Shattuc, C. W. Paris, Jacob Moerlein, John Law, John Sherlock, Jack W. Harries and many other prominent sporuraeu of tbis city, who are all interested in hunting dogs,.ought to push tbe organizatlon of an Ohio State Field Trial Club. Now that tbe quail season bas closed let tbe game wardens keep a watchful AWVA van t.K/a«io    11 n    VvK/a.'    wawrvwl eye on those pot-hunters who 'prowl lesfof about the fields ostensibly in quest rabbits, but who in reality are waicblng for a chance to pour a load of shot Into a euvey of quail huddling on the gronnd. Sportsmen who seek recreation Ih trap shooting are oomplainlng that tbe pur-ooee for which gun clubs were formed Las been perverted, and that tbe good fellowship and friendly spirit which formerly exieted among the members of the various clubs of this city, has been greatly impaired by a oliqne of gun-sbarks, who under tbe pretense of being genuine sportsmen have Invaded the clubs, snd by their nsfarions praoiloes have tnrned them into gambling| Instl-in tutions, thereby deatroying tbe delight ful eport of trap shooting and preventing the decent sporteman from pgrttd- pating in it. CAPTAIN TRAVERS DANIELS, CelebrnteX Virginia I'sHally, Oropa Dead la NaabvUle, [Isa Jean Daoieia who la a music pa()il in thia city, waa callad to Nash-villas Tenn., last night by a telegrym aa-Dounolng tbo death of her father, Capl. Travers Dan tela. CapL <Danieia waa a yonnger brother of tbe late John M. Daniels the famooa editor of tbe Richmond Examiner and both ware men of gkqgt Intoilectual force. RIVER INTELLIGENCE, CixCTXMATL Deoember 15, UN. River, U (eel • Inehee and rielnf. Clear. tmber to—I -lUver • feet PiTTCSCBa, Pa., Deeeml 11 netaee and fol lln|. Cloudy. PASKaanauna, Deoember U-River ifeet 7 lachee aad falling. Clear. OaAHUwrox, Deeember,to—River • leet f inches and falling. Olear. CATLamanaa, Kv., Oeeamber to-Rivar If BiTolear. leei • tnoSea and faillni. Uol Stole - lU^y fifu fur eld and young al trpa, Vine iiueot.    v CWry the News Amoflf the ffMim toikat ef PrtUBaaa 1 ' wltk Comte Al toMlen Cbwri JommtAi cblgan. M mnri isass '■ol 'i.r j;

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