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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 9, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. N. DECEMBER B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK i KKU ItlUNU for illInK A llkmdttof tanks M the litli-BtitiKlttlon to the M ti inical DepArtment of Di nkirk Piintinx Company jclr and Wood 769 entral opposite Nickel Plate All a railed at Hard anil Soft tumbcr. Shingles and Lath Fret CorrtspoBdence lor wtolcaale low VHKFN8 A 2W Center Btrect Provifiiona. Canned Fruits etc Utlivtry iree Ovens' HIectric Bread rtteivet1 jjtsh every tlay M. 1'rattical Oat anil Steam Kilter Btttntioi X vti to Sanitary I'lumlnitg I- Kne on I'l das steam lUflUitg nnc H it Vir r urnacea i7 K Third strccu 22.1 and Artistir J'hotographer Me Insuuitnneoiu ol Hulnis u eptt ully SitU.rt uot wait for sunBhme for i OOK M EH I'rj M No. 10 b near B if N M i etc bound in all ntyles Ortlci p in uj attendeil to All work giininntci.il I CKtllKR'S HOUSK. Jtts Central A venue hi and retail dealer in Imported and ii nicnUc 7 HAS 11. 211 Central Ave Gen crtU Accident and t ire Ucfire insure rcnr lie in Die ulil rclalle Heal Estate Agent I negotiated on p-onortv. i vail no im us -i atitintifd SIM J I Central Ave Gcntrul anil tire J Aciultnt Live Stocl Inatiranco Prompt aLUiiitioi to biiyin mil selling Real Estate 11 C. n t Thinlat.oor Deer I- xrelBlor Mcnl MllkLt Salt an Smoked ST Ujstcis an Poultrj J1HJ5 PKOPtE'S OCOKS Bloi JJiinkirk Hooil'sDIoek Fredomo John G Parlour ___ Buy the Aurora KallroaU Hriitch KeuiurinK a sppcialtv K Third at R. A. Merchant 316 Ctntial Avenue r KOJ I'll M and ear I von s ilr iff stcnc to 4 .n I 7 to t p ce Central over Ofllce hourii IDu to 10 0 a Ccitia Avenue lulcphonc all No Cil i inaj he left at Lyons ilrtu itoio niLhtoi d iv and will lie d hveied i ml tttei dud to SPECIAL ANNOUNCEM bNT WVNfr able energetic man tihin d e fisthc -alan atart Apjilv at one e if von n vs tositnn I IMUIialUN It 1 niplle .Nillsrns N SAM-SMrN Wnntel at i looil or liavduifr Pin Wai ran tod tk slli ig I- ree I1 nc i t in ess I 1 u H IT NFV man UuiKstti.N CHAUTAUUUA per day I ivcrv anil m conixHtion Vlct.r U 11'. anil alictt. SliOP Tmp tmler lake Sliore NatiuiiHl 1 corn' U olcr Ihinl A Hue block o 10MU Vy Ji- center Pracli ii horao-Jiotia Porliculir tltci tioi I 11 i harbUtt. shtwi njf ul i o t lr 'tUJijf boiM-a u in vt OUSKKAfill 1 in tl c County A i uuujuallcil ndrcrtibing mcdn n I KNOlNtl-KINO torirerij sellew A Poji.i'e of I'til cjfc SbulUng etc Patterns rorgmrfs Castmes and Maehiue Work to order I SU1KT 206 and euitr Alaiitifncturere of llu 'CrorufftD ami ytrlcct- lilting Ureas blurts sale in all tcmliug Jm i islnug clottiing an I guoiia houses in DUNKIRK Ihu a street Manufacturer of 1'urc Home Ma-le U Toeh DF and Linn Dealtrin Hour a't. Baled Phos etc 3EAHDSST MODES ff Tt ii'inph Pli 1 Ii onlv true r tctical M 01 HI- vi ni is one Ih it pro not s dig-cstir n imprints tht ptlitc clt inst pun the I brim ind ne hu it In i d one ihi in iv bt t u n ilk In id It or inf nt Pro UIL c iiij nn 1 made of Mir r tin r bitlulns i_y intl fl n r under the ti 1 s of hitttrs tonics U pro eff cts n than th- distis fjr ich arc t ken Hitters Ignpuro tonic n without niircotle a purifier without poHon tonic Mttliout JMI g- Intr and all a.lifo sumulnat ivitliout nlociliol. i 1 o Iv m s 1 powers the A OEM IM UMI'flUNd fir rp hoi in i v s jpt i i'ton nil WINDOW SILVfcR FLAX. INDORSEMENT BY MR DIRECTOR OF THE MINT Re Thinks It Contains Solution of the Silver 1'roblem All Fully Sell e mo Entirely Otigliml AVI tli tho SOCK tut y of the Dee 0 Dncctor of the Mint Leech in an iutet view on ct of vSecretaiy Wuidom's proposed Mlver meas ure said am thorough faiuln-n th the meas ure in all its probibly rnoie so thin any pel on e tl himself It common ii i iy judgment n nly as the U jiMtifti the i ipsfiit ut of Eihei bu IxJiuveit contains HI itstlf the solution of the silver pioblom that it wnl afford a lea ly market frr ttiLbiirpliH siivei piodm t rf th Id thn normal effect of winch will b' to giadunlK ani perm mcntly en banco tl o tilt e inuiiii reithes a point BO neiulj c irtspoi ing with Us value 111 tolimgt it wo tan witn hifoty aw tj with ah tempo at v meaMuei nnd lestore the low it cxi ted from the fo mdution of the govern mo it to lH7j hm e nnt brui n objection m news pnpei to i net t-s which not fully ton ti Intel thobtfi tary in thj uation ofliihicport H H n ttrxns fart t the pipciH leprtseiit the txtmnt gold sen tl nient tl o who aie opposed to of silver moncj except for change pui ose in 1 the siivei jnon of the who would force fioe coinage of feiher regaitllt-Es of tlierlnngeis to out finan ciul pros ei should both oppose ttie and rom di mi tncally different s and pomtt tho formni it proposes to silver inoio fuliv us m and the lattti betaust tl oj it Uegialtis silver to the Icvtl r f a ct in nu Ji j AN fcMII tl Y I I AN 'o e t nawei nu ihise olij f ions I wish correct n stntonu nt ich h ired in irmt ta iho etftc sh it t ie sea Ui v plan is similar to ono Sheimau some tin e I tun fatmlmi with all the hiiis foi the util of silver which jeen HI to tjr sn and lave them before me ind no plan has been j suggested by MJ Shti man or anyone so far I am which in thnr nctenstic is similar to tbe one pioposed by Secretary Wi idom The plan is entirely trigimil with him nn 1 while a suggestion to urtiflrates on silver bullion baaed on imikff icdeftiiahle cither m quantity or was contained in a pamphlet tub 1 hcl ly Mr I W Srlvestei of the oKsay ono of the biigbtest and stio ges w filers on monetary tbe j Ian tho c tat y in IN i arm dt itions and clolal essentlrt ly different from th pro pisid by Mr which is the nearest appr a b to r nhich I havo seen In regiird to the objec ion uigfd by somt of the advanced silver men that mtasme would degrade silver from its position as I fail to see how jt is any more de lion 01 In gold 01 the to thobokkr j to rceeixeMlver dollais Of com -e it any notes were radeen in Filvu jliurs the bullion represented bj them woill become the prope ty of the govern- runt hi i roul 1 be coined into wher dollars in n pit j t the to take the of the of dollnrs used m their re demption with these redeemed in gold The bilvei 1 by them would oo como i perty of iho to be co nod m fuim of silver money as f tr o treabun There is certain H no danger inheient in this plan Itislwtter than tho certificate based on a dollii the value of which is far less tban its issuing value The notes undu UK ibuie would bo the most euiumy wt in that they would ftfloj t themselves trj reqmiemenU of biiaine be lei than any form of paper money H h e o ut pi esenfc 1 be ai ten kr notes are limited by law to jt U tho gold coin cei tifkateg con bo ibsucxl oi ly gold c tho quantity of which is siippl el only coinage So with th sjlvor cu aio depu rfeiit I rudely ou Iho monthly q iota of Ilu n itu nul bink nous whub. were coiixidete 1 the flexible foim of paper inoi hiue e st 1 to be so on account of the htnh pn c L t bonds lequuod to be de t tul foi then IP and OP this account the biuks aie fu-ii i etii ing them from circu liition 1 bat we would nave in conso of timu a 111 gc TO u no of cuiicncy bused on 'VPI mid ibte Uy but it would i fail lue'allic value behind it for its redemption w mlJ bt i as om pit-suit of fact the l in altout ihe u ickb form i in trd intl is I ellevcd that ihey would i ulute tbe as Din present HOTt-I. and uming Sal Depot ft asy access to all trai houses. bus- fur Com Heal JohnJ Prop EHLEK3 CO Dird atrrct. Jurnituie Cabinet Ware anil g Pioture Jrames mndc to order ft JU1 Cei tral tashion OutiUiers t A Sa'jxr 336 Center street rp _I t Ic t l 101 D MM itts if d r spirit s i ct i sin gtstion ruttrittt n ixr ti n on intl 11 the fund on U cr ht s ui httnlh ttM it tlta'ily in UisntttJoin t.h in i that the of Miiegm dm M imt i_xlit i d n c t trpaitorc l i ith sin Mr virt LS 1 i Knou n t II OltM V s rcmirl ib e for tls uUl ht ort il I7ed bv tht. pro hicli i of td n.cOcnil fruits r ti aiul h rt s I t is t ittcrs is Mtnyolihtni i 1 y Ind us ind tlit tnedi 2J jirot o i m lie trt itnittit clult and rl e IT i isi Ii t o i i ear Iff a 1 LI it he 1 VLT tu ipl i t kid M il ft J ui i woull in and out of the tieasuiy as r ci iptfl an i cxpendit and would per' foi ni nil the functi ms of n safe and elastic Mtiruio without nny of the objections to LUtih itc l nsc-d on ten lei coin posses alue intl than its face or ai 11 ufl c tent met illic re ei ve H dang'i that tbe government case of a large tlej recia tlon in the ulue of siivti but as it is confl btl 1 that the effect of this njeas uro would lu to UK I thw of eri i tlio price of is so remote as to be nun ofseiioiis i itioti Dnettoi Leech s ihe j Un will work nnd with some mo hfi ations bo adopted A CtLEBRATtON nnl il of the Orgnnfration of the I Irst Vraerlrttn Cnngiesa Dw attention 01 Ixthhousis of i ongress this wepk will be litre 1 o i tho centennial celebration of tho imiugut ition of the American congiess to bt 1 i Id in the hall of the house of leprebent- 01 lay 1 lie ar i the tu is on is simple but int will gather ntere t from the circuui st m o that it will be tie first gatheiingo llu i tha 110w ii limmstrutiou and the notas upon it actboyptlon of the holder m full ten dei oil r the notes themselves bwing for all practical purposes a full legal fligt because they are receivable fot government dues ani second thoy are inter wall legal tender than tho present law to buy silver as a commodity The onlj difTtreiKP is tlmt in the lattei case vecom it into do luis on 1 m il j f we issue nous upon it for win h tho holder can rettuodoliais P to issue certificates on siivei bu lion is not hut has been advo- cated In co gitso in various forms ly the most an et slvti men So the pioposi tion to issue certificifes on gull bullion has been repoatcdlj pits ute i m congi ss nnd in my j i gniLiit should become a law I i1 c _out pilts botU s in wts U U j billevo f n H 8TEAM IIKATINO CO.. ni factorcrs ol Stenm Ilcitmg San tary Plumbing H inecutlty f OMK STKAM uur fine ollnre ery Cuminingrs A icice Center UlfKLBEKT IlnrlUrt Minnging I'artncr Headquarters Ipr Ctmmtrt tl Mcnt Fict BUB to all llntb Koom and all Mfxlcnt n n tro to inen'mn tn t c i i n lerst 1 elion o he Uilttrs n t t. MI il fu iet n for r mi ml ed 1 ht sc is i irth ucidin t Hut the pa ent I Mil-1 CT J int. Ib THh. I I Ob rv ful -111 1 gl d y i it IT R. OJSU11. E cor of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealct in t me Boots Jb Shoes. HKNHI WIiIl.Eli'S NfcW STOKF lot t Thirilst Mnsunl In iinlvveekh li-jers and everything t i Oist duss hoiA store. Schoo I ooksa of s f-vre s h tndor tcl du lip1 ht in wonltrful-.il TOMC Ol UIF In order to in ct e p ohah ind two form I of the SAI injjr ilicnts ire no v pn up TIM ISSIHONCHI 8TIOIITIV 1MI II- Ii M C VIII Tilt M SI i I h I'J I ASVM 1IIB r p I J I IO Ui- I I fhtK s no dlsta-e of low v t il d il of fu cci s or n r itian r whuli MNK Ut I mi H9 IS CL II ind its si Ur jowe ov r the low r organisms tei tltrs il the 1 urth c foe of Till DFADI MICRO OMMI'KLSEM mil nil ili r i is s g rin i. le th GAS WOUKKRS' MEETING. HEY ADOPT RESOLUTIONS JUSTI- FYING THEIR DEMANDS Geiiriul stilku Wkolj- to Cause Serlout Threutened flltU In- Killed Heullh Unln- Jared by llu Ixscturliig Tout Gilbert MJd Sullivaii'n New Produced Dec T thousand gas work- irs met In a subui b of London yesterday nnd adopted embodying the grounds of their demands for better and declaung their uualwrobla detennina- ion to foi ce a recognition of their lights. It is confldently asserted that the coal hand- will strike j inpathy with the ga hist joint niPtting of the two houbea of the I1 frv t tungress litktts for tho orc-ision will be issued ti thcjuf i lent and tho members congress 1 a hmuanco to tl e capital on tbat day will to i re nd only Ihe house of lepro scntntnei will meet at tho usual bom am t i a thesena e that It is m session 1J o n prtcale 1 bv the piesUentani virt jri-iHUnr the members of the cabinet tht 3 st ces f supreme com t of the bn tt I Mates nnd other distinguished ofll omls will thtr proceed to the hall of the liouse to lal e p'u t 11 tlie excicsts there The int I ami will discourse s veet tin s c J G the senate thnplnm will Oll'ti tlouyemng Chief Justice Ftil lei will del ver an oration and tbe cere moinrs mil coin hide with tlie administra- tion t tbo 1 euctllctlun by Rev Milburn the n of th3 uouse ipnt Morton tlie presulent of tho senate will PRINTING of every iltscni lion in I livinjriales bj Dunkiik I'nntmg Ja. nUKEJI Fire Accident ind General Insurart Deal era In Real fc.sr.ate And Loans Tarticular tttenlion paid to the of collect Ing rents 319 Center 2nd lloor et es tio i Ve uio greil Us bo tKKOK'S 300 Central Avenue Headquarters for W all Paper Pa.nts 4c UK MerLhant Tailor and dealer ir Oente tarnishing Goods A Full Line of Koaiiy Made Clothing AlMtagentlor the NbW HOME Sewing Ma shine. Satisfaction guaranteed fcaet 1'hird Street. J. Center Manufacturer and derlerin Ics Bndlcs collars. Trunks.tt Buffalo Holies Horie Sleish Itobrs PL.VMBINO. T. W Murray. S.t7 Lion street. A siwialtv made ol Sanitary team an Gas Pitting. Workmanship gnar- P f 17 Kast Third street. Fashionable Gentlemen will Ond it to their a to call on me before pnrohosmf elsewhere a CART A CO.. 333 Lion street. General Hardware.tt hitc I cad Oita Puimcr'f 'utpiics. Oil Grat te Ware A spccnl Monroemngc RULING nrich -is ted all kiiidiof bi ink-9 done at Unnkirk Printing 8 and 10 K Second M VI I 1 D HtMIM t f Is nil in o hir it- t o uU hut it iHCLSSirv o re r ntr 1 cl upon lilt 1 t lot 1 bi un i U n ms t re iK ISL in A in ijmity ofthi illHtliut hell nnd Hint no -.lioull.Mi hcMltlinut a Initlluuf M fl i AIM nn iLifi IN till- itn 1 o r L i ht Ail Ircss 1' II McDON UlU CO Pears' and Unsoented I SECURES A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. Of AH DnvaaitTv. fOR MEN A POSITIVE CUBES General and NEKVOU8 DEBUJT7 Weaknd. of Body ind Mind Efieet 1 Errora or Excesses in Old or Young C. C. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER R Cor Third anil Buffalo Dealer in am1 Bull btone Cnll on me bnyin your aiilo-walk HSLEyj MAIN ST DEA1 I H IN wms tho pie v of tbe treasury but for tuc f u 11 nt ho tlij not ivisli to entangle let.'lit measure wjrh any o her pioposi tion BULI ION Gol I ITIS ere Uae 1 more extensively in the Boitlcmsnt f f i itx ui nional balances than c Of the fehio nfiitb of In United lUtcs to Fur 10 in tho ponol ex ttnclllljflo l I'-oi to Juh 1SSO for the puruos of s ttling tho bnlaures of tl ade an 1 iho amount dti on Ittteis ct credit over was in p Ii showing tbat golil bill is prcfetiodas money in the settlement of bnl intes of trade hy is it not juot as dogruding to make nients in gold t arn fnbtoiid of gol i com as it woull be to rcreno silvci biis and isitio tho pstnt-irn e of coin upon it' The pi in piojioitlbj tho siciutaiy is fai nioru nd f proJucus than tho en iL'eiiicnt of the limit of fie pres em law foi thase rea o is Because undei Its ions mole tl in OM 000 per UK nth could be any lestrutiou ucts ns n niemce to tie pi ice of in trffisiclt nagc nn lei tho pi cent law could not indeflniUly and it would be n question of time u vio H have to I e disc iniinno I supplying nn un hi in to. i marl ct tho piodmt of siivei it it ope i to nil iic nututdl opu itions of tho mvs.of nn I deifeii 1 Ti e temicn of this ui'l to gralually and enhiince its thus enabling pioiiuceirf to lenhzo a 1 irgei price loi thtu At some time it will mattn il onhince tbe nitii isle value of the K of i 11 cnculafmi in this cointij tltljti a loin its lepus illative vcr I oo'ic it will pave tlm nay to it is mojt led bj all true bi metal c 01 both mctnlb at a fixed ratio i ilo in I now of any bi incta liatb of nat ml 01 in unitiunal reputat o i who would consider it foi thy inte ebt of our sil Ter pioduceis o of our countty foi tms iiiient nlo to open its mints to the tree i o of full legll tendei silverdollars fllnle tht inikctpi ccot-slver is y SO percent tl jn its ns coin Cei tainly Ceiinu-.cn Hoi ou Giblis and the nioat pi unro 1 In metallists who have for years fought thn battles of bi nictallisra m Eui opt do not -i Ivoc ite it A SOUP BASIS. UI believe that the adoption of the measure recommci Ued the stcietary would in a few jcars so enhance the value of silver that an intl i national nji cement look ng to the opennu ot tho in nits of the v ot Id 01 at least tl c sta a if theLitin union an 1 the conn of this co to the free coinage ol both metals at a fixed ratio would not only be possible but desn able and readily accom plished reference to the other criucism that the plan of the secret rv would make a largo ad ditiontocnr paper curiency on silver gold standard it must be m ___ one tli it tbo sentiment of th7 country is in favor of iho use of silver as and the only to be wl is what ib the best way to snfely uic it The currency issued under this woul I absolutely safe Laving tmhnul it alwnys a pi rii tlif spj ikcr's desk dui ing tlie cei c monies tlio conclusion tbe senate will rtttll i to tho scnntu elmmbei where an im me 1 a Ijoui had Ihe mil also ailjoiirn without fin tlier buai n s Unless something unexpec oil thoull Bfinng tl e s n i e will transact very lit le busi ness luri t coming week there is little di poMlio i pioceed to the consideration of regu ir bus M -.3 until the con mittees have been II e ciucm cominittei will meet to to coutmuo the but it may tal-R several dajs to iispose of It In the there will be tbe usual flood of old every workers if the Ulter go out If a general stuke employes tnkeg place it will cause norc trouble to the geneial population of toiulon than any of tho labor disturbances hrvo yet occiiued AN INV iBION Or EOYPT pt is now threatened with mcurbion by JO 000 Beilotims who linvo huherto main ained an niolTcnsiro attitude. The cause of the present movement Is the refusal of the Egyptian government to grant cei tnm tribal elaiins in regard fa land fbough diffei ing widely flora tho of land tenme prevalent a'nong the nationb which call themselves the customs of the Bedouins in regard to land occupancy aie well di fined atidanv miiiiigement upon them is bitteriy iwnted Tho Egyptian government might doubtless save itself much expense and annoyance by deigning to study the prejudices and customs of these dnldien of the desert instead of riding rough shod over them and acknonlcding no right but that of brute foi ce THF TAX ON KOHKIONEKS Serious times are beginning for foreigners in Fronts A bill will probably be passed by the prCJsent chambel which promises to 8UO- ject all foreigners to a capitation tax of twenty four francs per annum and to im- pose upon nil French employers of foreign lubor a further tax of flfty fiancs per annum foi every foiolgn woikman they may em ploy The oflkmllv lecoided number of foreign residents in Fiance is at present over 1 WO but The Naiionale as tei ts that this figure is very much ui dir tbe and tli.it in leality the foreigners Dumber 000 the niajonty of them w 01 kmen and a considu able num bei of working at lowei take bread out of tbe mouths of the native population For tbe newspaper alleges that out of ISO 000 for cigners only have an Independent in come or live on wages as domestic seivants m foreign and it concludes that the remaining 183 000 ure 80 many painsiics liv- ing on alai ies which by right bi long to the names Already prefeui are imtiuctedto warn by means of posters all young men born in France of foreign parents that they must present themselves forthwith at the military of tbeir lespeetive mayor- alties to prove their parentage If they fail to do they will be liable to a period ol imprisonment ranging from one mouth to one veai A SLSPICIOtS LAND SCHEME There have bten numerous anxious in quiries at thu lonaulnte of the TJnito.1 States coneerni an institution calling itself the Caliform i Land company and giving its ad dress 227 Mam Cine mnati This con- corn been a largely in London ard piovincial newspapers oifeiing free 30 000 aciea af land divided mtu Cahfoinia fruit tracts of 10 20 and 40 acies and selected restdenco or business lots The ad- vertisement goes on to say the In making this exttaoidinaiy offer Is to secure a diversified interest and ownei ship through- out the tilftVient counniea of Europe in tbe lands on tied and controlled by the above- named oompnny When this is a complished the c mpany wrtl open bianch ofliccs in the various F iropean anU offer Its largd remilining propertus for sale the uniform to HawarJen after his four days' campaign in Manchestei in uudimintshed health and strength He escaped a tbougb. On Monday ho rode in a bitter east wind through the streets of Manchester bareheaded As a tbo Grand Old Man takes cold but be aays he navpr suffers through going without bis bead and this he ascnUog to invau'nbly dlsuirding his hat whan working outofdooii At Ha warden the Old Man expressed himself as delighted with the unnnnn tv and o thusias-m of the Liberal delegates at Manchester He declared it a sui e augury of l ictory 1 ha action of the sultan in banishing Monssa Bey aftm that -bieftun had been acquitted accoiding to Turl isb of justice much astonishment here It ii fainted that the porto lectivod repioseiittttions from European govei nnicnts to the effect that Chrlstondoni might ikmaud interna- tional interfeteuce if tho policy of outlage upon mainttiiiiLd by Mou-isa Bey and indoised his was continue J It is not that the actual condition of the Cbiistians in Ainienia will bo bettered by the disgiace of Moiusa Out opinion will bo batisdirt 101 the time anel the outiagts will go on under Othei duels unmolested until matters be come so bad as to again challenge the atten- lon of the civihzeii world Tbe City ot New Orlwuit Mourning for Departed of Hold Memorial PeO ng nt ID o'clock the doors of where tho body Ot THE COUNT D'EU Fedi os TalkK About the ItiuxiliMtl Uevolulion. LISBON Dee Count d son law of Dom Pedio says of recent events in Brazil Republicans were not nuniei ous They profited by tbe estrangement of the large land who were bitter against tbe govrrnmcnt because of the nnmo- liate abolition ot slaveiy Many ii'oi chants formerly weie also aliented by tbo abolition movement The Republic- ans industriously spread the idea that the Lhrone was wholly responsible for tlio hasten ing of whereas this action was only the logical consummation of a policy extending back many yeais and which had rocei' the support of all classes while the army had become tyrannical and nsole-nt Ihe only means of checking this danger tendency was to revive the Garde which wns alwajsa Consei vativo bmly tho clown nominating the officers ihe govei n nient reached to cleateaiegl rncnt at Rio The Republicans bi uited about that the government intended to revive it cvoiy- w here ind to disarm the existing foi ces The militi ry thereupon decided to revolt un Hei Fon tto a wtak iimnagL 1 At tho beginning the onlv ciy ol was Down with the govern- vn 1 1 bcidad But in the evening ihe btudonts ti led and the military joined in Rpgai ding the prospect for restoi ation tbe umpire the count saui D ami is too f i om Tui foi toe proper ps to be taken Tlio to is also hu lung a man to bi ing the ai my around to ibo le of tho empire Hu 1 the emperor been ablo to BUOW Limseli to tho no wd in the stiects woulu nnd the ftouhj have coll ipsed It now too late IIU Mlnslou Just Uegun. KAN7IHAK Dec Itlcgiaphu congratu latrons have been tec on ol fi om Stanley f roil Vic onannd tbe kliedfvt At divine servic on bo 11 I of the mtfn of war Stan ley briefly addnssed ihe new Ho dodnro his belief tlmt tho mantle of I mgsf one ha fallun on his shouldois His mission ha only now commenced Jo it he would de vote tbe rom nidei of hw lift prit-t of for Califoiaift fi uit nn 1 n tills bint to the clei k'f nun 11 nj PraieU Too Bvi TIMORF De 0 Rsv George Zmmmiwn a leading Methodist fonn 1 r HI t a lo of the n venue Mttlioiist ditd hudrJenly Saturday gut Ihn a 6 in ininn unwtll s tui In 1 suono i i his church SIi feel Dr L C Hum- mei i is t 1 upji tiding bis plica in tho pub it 1 iv At the eorlv nh It Rev Di Robci s was making a in whitli the conRregctioii for the recovei of the pastoi n infoi med Di fiummei of Mr death ht i Ribeits piayur wus flam bed Dr Hum ui arose aid null tcmg In his ai fu unteil th i Pr Z nraeTian was i n t.1 D n i tq Inol Mirhtelof 130 and JUi JWP plot foi lenca 01 biisi ueas lota Ptrsous who uave answered this advertise- ment have mfoinieJ fi Cincinnati that at met of injj has been selected for them an i that the nient of 10 shillings is necessmy for the legal expenses of executing awnrauty doed Ihe retuin for the 10 Ail lings is extremely and is A goigeous piece of upon which there must bo at least 9 shillings and U pence profit to tho vendor Vico Co sul Johnson thinks that judging from tlio number of en quines by persons the Lallfoi ma is doing a lueiative in England GILBEIIT AND fatLLlVAN'S LATEST Gilbert and Sullivan's new or tbe King of wna pi oduce 1 last night at the and was a success from start io finish It is along time since these collaboiatois have bi ought outeo good a piece of Certainly it is the host since Mikado an 1 may even be titled to rank with thui first surtcbsee The opei ett i as odmii ably to l BFRI t v Dec t ho colehi ated phj sician Pi hu8 been sud lonly summonod fat Petei-sbuig to att nd the who buffeting influenza noted lai vngol igist who wa in. th tho at TING- IN 'SOtEIN SIA1 HOUSANDS VIEW THE- OF JEFPER8QN weie thrown open f citizens thronged into tto nd woi e escorted into wheio I bey were permitted to eatnres of tbo illustrious dend It was one endless stream of gentlemen t nd children ifo was' i epi escnted Decorators art v oik oil over the city and wel private residences are being ncurniug 'Iho entire city woarsii ng dress. Dc'tachme'iiU from thai if aitilleiyand from me still on duty anil the inott 01 del is preset veil At 10 o'clock noining tho governor of Ictacliraent of regulais At n day night Mr a Im city nnd having obtained 'rom liavis commenced to cr of pans cast of Mr w 01 until 4 o'dock yeslerdiiy when he completed 1 bo used foi a statue to be erected at Al Col D M Ilolltngsnorth last brought to tho hall an old lifle by dining tbo Mexi nn The nine1 low ing inscription bears mi A Feb. 1H47. K lit MIV D M HoUingAYtorth tJAf 1st Mississippi Rifleg Coi Jolt Thesu i iflei were given to ot fefcv Mississippi wlm sarred la tbe MtttttD by act of congress. As Col Hi deposited tbe ild weapon near pM coDlii of Ins old commander he began to weep The scene was a most one and moved many of tbo to THE ruoaiiAH Tho tmyor and all of tbe city ofiielali present all the morning but nothing us the uriangementsfor the funeral are now complete i bo progi am ai_ a funeral which will includf all the c anej iw. the city Hie s tw convoyed to Mataine ew miles and halt from the hem i of tlm city and tbe prooas- sion will niai ih tho entire distance Jbe body was photographed by Charlee H who also took u view of the deatb chanilei and the intei jor and exterior of tbe city hall flie pictuies will bo used In a toi y of the obsequies shortly to be published churches of this city hold memorial services in honoi of Mr Davis yesterday. Bishop Keener of tbe Methodist church re- in ted anecdotes of the especially n visitoi to tho annual sea shore camp ing Ihei ships in tbe harbor generally dipped theli IHgnout of respect to tbedli- tlnguisho 1 dead tho British coirying their colors at hfilt maib ten Jnnts upon the Into lieadellck m qu tc ill with inflammation of tbo lungs MnnHsn 1 xllnd CONSTANriNdPLC Dec- VIonsm Boy I cli who was icquitted on Clnistiun popula tion of Arm has bei u xile 1 w itli his family to 111 1 lie foiee of gc'iielnriiKS in Al lilcllia will he lucre I with tho pni poses ot hold n_ tho ICurdiah in chcik Kuni 1 cli The nt Do Empproi William onrl the Grand Duke of Hesse visited W orms yesterdnv festival diamo Ihe empcioi received a most enthusiastic greeting fro n tho and was j itbonted t y a ileput i ion of woj Ivtnpn with an address and a lauiel wieatb PLUNGED FROM A BRIDGE A ItstlbMle Tiain FruMtFOUT Ind urn Death Dec i SOUTHERN MEN IN NEW YORK. They Adopt Resolutions In Regard tO Mr. Dark' Di-utb. New Dec ft A number of South- em n si lent mot at the New lintel yi sd to take ni tlon In reference to tho cVath if Jcffeison Davis. F C hi id of Kentucky illcdtho moetlngto and John flrpsidont of tho Southern iimdo ebairman Button Har foimerly private secretary to Mr Dav w as nmrto sect ctary Clarence Gary Gen Joseph John R Abneyand A Chisholm vvoio appointed a committee tc pi eparo i esolutioiis tbe of I In nic9iing Cc 1 H Hnndy of Mr CttI bouiiand others ripnlie feelingly of the be oino it oiilfeieii by tho Southern pcopla The resolutions were repoitefl adopted recoi d the gi lef of the for Mr is1 dctth culogrizrt his obaractei nuU extend sympatby to his family It It probable that a committee of those present will eonvcv the IcsolutiOlig to Mrs DflVU la pel ton an 1 it is also pioposed to bold rial services hei eat tho tuns of tho f uncial. those present besides tbo ones already menu uere Di William Judge J K Gen Rogi r A Pryoi Col F. G htewait ol Kinncis of of Joshua Brown of Harry Jackson of Georgia and ej ficote of othel J TWO TELEGRAMS though it a first almost perfectly sul e 1 11 L n 1 n street 1 1 1 l an I by t ut-nbout 1 en ci 1 lilftilin t o men poi ncid up' n 11 id his coat vest I an hnt T ul sh c Fe was 'oun 1 in this ion lit on bj rn dim i taken to the De i h n ue st u ho i vvl rro he was fi i i bu 1 null i si it of elo hii nnd iciinveil to h s noinc escape Tbe Tin M ihe i uiereants in ide Iheu in tlio t Dec l Vt 1 o ock yes- ten nv mo u i n sick b gau to make its peai i ce in the shaft of the A.naconda mi n up winch a draft 'in 1 been coming ever si ice ihe b iikheads wero opened in the JOOanJlflOfoot I It s on life of ne cv iilen Lawietice that the cie- atmgof a diaft tin thi. tno mines bad fanned ihe supposed extinguished lire into activity and 01 wire at onee given to close up the bulkheads n presented Perhaps in no other of thu Gil bert and Sullivan seties are tlieie so muiy good parts All the Jpa Ing members of the company nro cast in loos thcj can hinrile the beat honors o' the v e ling e lividc 1 between treraldille Ulinar Jessie the tno Contidme an 1 Conrtice Founds anrl Rutland CarnugMi fhe CT though Fiank tVmttn Dukv f PI 17 ml as Doi AMiariUa Dtl jl i tho chief inquisitor were eiititloJ to aliin t equal consi iei atlou Tlie music is veiy light an 1 eatchv and is certain to n the s bef iro Iho piece is played a week 1 In otto is in t's best manner A fl lishe I Gilwitau touch liniitHl expiesa tram one of the linn Nomest vest.bule trains recently place 1 on the load between ineinimti and Chicago by the Mo ion routo wns wrecked shortly after nojn yestddav hilf it mile of this city nVjnut f an horn theieai left the ft nniiection of the an bi ika nnd leaving the etiLfincei jo v iless to k tbe spce trni'i wi nt plunging on u trcstlo wont which is about TO feet in length Heio the ige cnr and one coach left the track and aftel 1 1 jwmg thiough the ties and timbers foi a few feet went i oiling ovei into tbo creek fifteen feet be ow com- plct y demolishing the n Tie chin and dining cars ilthcngh Icav tho renmi le 1 h tiifjni Tnd weie i ot bruNv. tlio titsntlo Ii is in thu iden of the kind's I i mother leather fctc. Fi eight Collide Dec terrible collision occuired Sattuday night on the Chi ago St Paul and K tnsns City railroad Two heavy freight trains ran into eacb other totally wrecking both About twentj cars and both engines were demolished Fortu nntely tho trainmen jumped in time to save themselves Ihe accident took place five miles from tuis i-e and neai tbe scene of. the collision last Thursday was Fatal. Conn Dec 8 George N Y. who was badly biP10'1 whlle asleeP Thursday pigbt ty a cor taking died of bis in- of jurio. hospital yesterday He was 30 to rodet-m it either in silver bol- yean oW and was employed in to wait fifteen n ni tes for the in quisltoi in tho thimbi.i and supt lied with the lllus'rjted pnpeii u nrdcr that timo maj not hnng too heivv All tho m fa t is bright spiiMmg as ibe and Gilbut and Stii ivan have putth nmnse nienfc loving woi 'd aJiitlonal o hga tlons who has I een Pans to ii gate Chicago as the site of the world's f in in 18irJ his ha i the resttl s of his observatuns published in a pamphlet to the number of which be has sent to m8inb.r9 of con senators and other distinguished per- sons A Bullion DENIED The Berlin Allgemeine states semi officially that the repot t of a mnrriagj having been arranged betnvei a Ktissinn prince and Pi incess et of Prussia is untrue. Tbe gossip mongers have hnd a difficult task in to strike tbe right combination for the Princess statements having been made be- trothing her at one time to i then to a and finally to a Russian prince rumoi has been tho only one to denial from high whereat wine infei that tbe I uip ror William resents even a nufrpicion of strengthening of tbe ties between Germany i Rumin 3gjLto niany Americanf of 111 hanapolis w is the o ily one in hide 01 and escape I with a few and n spinmcl Jnklf In llu wtecl 1 cofchweie four pnssengeis oue of whom Mis of Chicago ipinvel an ugly gnsh over her Uft temple iheotbei p ssongers wt TO only slightly bun c.l ihe to 010 Ihe bruise mil amount is an entile wieek and a new one will hivu to bg delay ing tbiough trains foi seveial lavs. The latti emit a The President's lilp KDIAVAPDLIS Dec presidential visitors to the opening of the Chicago audi- toitutn arrivel heie at IIODII vcsteidny The trip from Pittsburg wcs vi ithout special in- cident The prcai lent wasdnven to tb resi- dence of Mr nheieho lemamedall the afteiuoon and evening The president and parly attended thuich yesterday morn nig and kf t for Chicago last night at U 40 oui tho Pennsylvania load Ibe retuin to Washington will be by the tialn passing heie to morrow morning On tbe i etui n tup the president will be joined heio by his iaiigl ter Mrs Robert who will go to the White House for the n Intel The Standard's Latest Purchase. PmsBCRO Dec 9 number of state- ments have been made concerning the re- ported deal between the Globe Refining com- pany and tb Stindard Oil and they have been as constantly denied. It was I on the authority of an f employe of the Globe company that on 3 the plant was sold to the Si Ml Pmrloi's Notlflcitlou of JenVnan uth and Ills Itrply U ASniMVTosj Pioctor leccntd on Saturday the following telegiatn fiomMnror Shakespeare notifying him ot iho deith of Davis Dne 8. Ill- lion Siciotarj Ii vc i to lu 01 m vou Uiat the Tlon Jef f i n Davi at me tin f secretary of Har of the Ln Stati e c ie I lu this city yestenlay HU funfial ifll ti'ce place on Pec M at JAMPR V Maj or of New OrtpRnlP lo this dispatch the ctetary sent the foK lowing response WAP DH'AnTMPvr WASHD.OTIJI Do- 8 lion I A lici s telegram informing mo of the dealh i f Mr Davis is re- ceiv I 11 re'ralnlng from any cifllclal action thcic n I would an 1 he jm I do 0ot add to the rreat K 11 ow of h r fa niij and many fi i Is II i-eonis to me the t course and the best out Corf i II You mil I a 'jsJajstand tliat Its adopt 10 i IH by A nmb an 1 i to aci in thac spirit of peace and gojd vx ill u i h should rill of people RpnFiptD he'cretary of War MisH IJnvls AdviMd Not to Itoturn. NEW OHLKANS 0 has been an- nounced that Miss would abandon lier European tiip and for borne this week Mr Joseph whose guest Miss Davis is telegraphed to her tlves that her phj tans advised against trip at this time and begged tbem to USA their influence to prevail upon Misa Davfa to remain in Km ope awhile longer Herrula tiros telegi aphed as suggested and.it Is able that Miss Davis will relmn. rho Anal testing filace will inmed until Miss Davis is here family meeting is hel I Every city of prominence m tbe boutb is petitioning for tbe but many ore inclined to think that Mr Davis' plantation on Iho Mississippi neat will be the place as Joseph Emery a brother of tuo ex pi esi lent 6t the Confederacy Is but led and Mr Davuj1 own wisbeb ere sup- posed to hare been to that effect. Govertic I Lowi ey of Mississippi and the state n havo signiBed their intention ot Mng-pr ent at tbe funeral Dr. t   

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