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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 12, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               DUNKIRK, N. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12. B nrPRESENTATIVE OF DUNKIRK. i MACHINE lor ruling mki "'C lateit u ulition t( l'i irtnK.nl iirk muting Company and Wood "iard. 7W NitM ri.tt i Lu l c opposite MtKOi riaw dl llard and Bolt Coal SlungU.8 and lath Fret iK.nilcuce for wholesale lott street. lr   I' kstiroatiBgivei i ,M Heating r i rf t Hird street.______ it oitroiw, and 225 Central Ate K in. I I otofpraplier IiimaBtunooni "u .1 HalSt. a ui'tcialty Slum i wait for Bimnbme except to, i ,t IU lirll S tKOCKKKY HOUSE, JOM Cintiul Avenue U, iH an 1 n tall dtuler in Im orted and i t hmft Glassware, 1 HAIUUH, til Central Ave Gen I lie, Accident and Hre II irn-lniK mimrij Nour lie in Ihe old 1-micro Ucul batata Agenu 1 ix tntti I on iropertv. 11 VI T VIKJC' V HOTKL, I ItuU n tl per day l an 1 limiting Stable in connection V ictor liidtjr 3JS and ii7 LIOII street. in UAIIUKK SHOP Urns NogU Prop i iir lake Shire National IJunk, corner i r JH 1 Ihird aticila A line stock ol J r >ni and Domestic OS KLIN A SON, V It, center street, I ra IK (il horse Hlioctu 1'artn ular attention u.'t> interfering tiornts Shoeing ot I tr horseB a spu laity A. T> I 1 Im ilst, cor i Acelsior Meat M irkct F M Sn't an Meats Laid ovytirh iui Poultry. T1HJE PEOPLE'S DllV OOOUS b TORES llejl Block Dunkirk Wood's P. rktnlnma ______ Jolm Parlour VI7ATCHKS, JEWEI ICY, Xt. _ ITT nil} tin AunirnltHllnml h lit pnifinff u HIM i in Frank f Stupf H.) I I ll MOCKFK, Men liant Tailor, 316 Central Avenue _ RT KOI I'll M, D plivHliian mill (feon ofllit 2T Oi nti il S vi i 111 I yon'sdrui; ntoic ofllu. h mm to ami 7 to U p in Sun Inv "I" HI JO ll in Heeiileni C Ci ntrn Avimu 1 1 1  Cal limy leit fit itoic, or 1 t< t_ pr ul IL effects 1 ir worst lh in t! c dist 1 r v, lnc.li tl LS arctiktn nor lllttt IB it tiinir u IK i wttliout IH Ing nnr  of isolation and unite with othir rtuli oud orgiiinzaticjus to form a gieat ft rat on Coiift i cs have hiMi hold with the exec h at J oC UIG Knights of Later, wjth the result Lhut a mumftsto looking to har- nu nn us aoLiou has bigaed by lepre- Beiitahves of h >th Vx) IHH Lntuis nnd pruposi luns bave been re- ctiv 1 fioni funntirs' 01 satuzations covering Vfinous o M htmes but as invest! giitioii showel thut thpy WHIO employing funiiLis it is rt ootnmprulM 1 that 110 luilou bo ttikbu n thtni Iho purpose of the fulera tion is to assist lulKirei alone TI1F KIOUT UOLK I ho oiglit lumr question ras nuw agi tatod about tight At the St Ixmis convention a pint iutn ition to the norlfl niadu to cull n the to lors of tho country to the tnotement to onfotce tho ugh hour work tUiy May 1, 1HDO Since that time Rrnat ff >rts hnvo beon mudt to oxLits and fliMiission of the question, and much progress haa rftwulted A. majoi itv of iho dolfgntes to this oongrefit hnvo dw laro 1 In favor of the attempt to en foroo the hour day on May 1 next, VUILOUS suggBhtions have boon ma lei ing the pn piuution an t dim lion tho move- L taku fliid the practical ineaauic KJK HOTKL rind iHmng SaUton Union j Depot fcaayau all trains ami bus ortjuiuseB Ittttt lor Com rt ml Iravelera, John J Murphy, Prop HLKKS CO A 97 and 99 fc. Third street tine Furniture, Cabinet are ami Up nnfttermg Picture i raincs mude to order. tf ill >1 1 in any sh ipt is uul illtd it sti i ul i cs lr tl l M t ID i n i t d 1 hi MATTESOM ft CO., Central Avo Lea U nut Gentlemen ;INE MFUCIIAMT TA1LOKCHO. fc. A Salscr. 22t Center street. l VKKLt. STKAM HEATING MmiulitUiirerBOf Steam Homing Apparatus Sanllarj numbing a Specialtj IT OUE STEAM LAUNOKY. (Mir mltioa Cuuii Fine Shirts, lOc, t oil are ce Cuilaina nga. Center street RUUI.IIEKT HOUSK, VV C, Hurlbcrt Managing Vartner lliwlqunrwn lor Oommcrcuil Men, to all trains, Bath Koom ami all Modern Conveniences II B. OEHM. h Third at cor. ol Buffalo. and dl tl 1 tutioi 1 v lit WL Mir t L L it in fiuomuf ul It s n t t much t t scrt th it tlit of IIK gnr lllltt tloi   i t. ILII til tmt llit present 1 FUb I-C1 Till TI- ilS T HI Ul sill 1 OF S( ILMf Millions of h ivt f Iv mil IK r iring 1 L p tsi ui mir of a. ct I r> tht wonderful success >f tl "3 IIH-NOMINM IOM( OF till Inonltrto in tt tvtry pro] ihlt tltt ind form I is the MTI irt nv pn THE on) msutONum HITLMt, AND MOHL tAflUHIlC TUK hKW K PI I TO Tilt TVS11- AM> VDVPll D 1O Dl I I CAltVOMl-N VNi> till Dltl N ULMI lie e o( liw vlilU O ililv ol or ntrvous it i i r n.li IM 41 VU ill IS NOT I U VI I ind its sniLul ir jxnvtr mtr tht 1 wtr m rendtrs, it u t impl IL ib t fo of TUK Mil 110 AMI OMM1 1 I HI N I IlAC'll r milirial UK ILTI cr. s t U >i n erni! ihstusLS, t and so ffri. u is its power i- a germitttlt thit H s an UMfityUAI 1 KMU I K which should be ndupted suggos Ions are as follows Sonio of theso THE USF CHAPTER. THE BODY OF JEFFERSON DAVIS BORNE TO THE TOMB >f tht matter to the legislative committee with inntructiona to them to prepare a bill Lich should compel the furnishing of free ;it books by the cities towns and villager Mr McGowao's motion was lost and tlio resolution nas adopted A RESOLUTION FOR BALLOT REVOKM j The committee on resolutions presented as An crowd Funeral for tho various resolutions on xillot reform a resolution favoring an elec tion law embracing the official ballot, secur- ng absolute secrecy aud state registration Adopted PRISON LABOR. Mr Blair from the prison committee pro of the KK President New Drnped In Blark. ProceBHlon to the Cemetery and Serv'oei, NEW ORLFANB, Dec vast con seated the folio wing bill which was adopted course of people assembled in front of the An act to forbid the sale of articles manufac tured in the prisons penitentiaries and re rorinatoms of the state Hcctioii 1 Six mouthy after the pnssago of net no olllcer of the state, or of any city hall on Lafayette square yesterday, during the funeral services held orer the re mains of Jefferson Davis, bore testimony to tho fatt that tho demise of the historic head r county of the state, shall be permitted to s> 11 and representative of the Confederacy was upon the market or to any agent goods or not without national significance It is ditH atticJes maimfaitured or in part by the m I cult to form any just estimate of the num- mati s of any state prison, pnmtcntiary or re- her of people present, but It is safe to say format iry supported lu wholo or m part by that over 1W [WO persons witnessed the 1m was thon considorud. The testimony that MR. FORREST CONCLUDES He Bin ReipeoU to Mrs. Couklln, Closing CHICAOO, Dec Mr Forrest resumed his address to the jury in the Cronm trial yesterday by a discussion of the question, "Was the horse Dman a Dman Mr Foriost said deacrlM pftculmnties about tbe uorae which Mr Dnmn had never seen, Mrs. On k tin do scribed a pe  various trades unions in their fight the company, but the faot that they are weakening and coming to a realiza- tion of the hopelemnwn of their chances of gaining a victory IB plainly manifest in many of their acts and uttorancn. That they will secure co-operation of norne of tho trade) organisations there IB no doubt, but even with Huch aid as they maybe able to enlist they are cloai ly overmatched by the enormous stirnlus of the company, their willingness to spend It In resisting den lands of the men, and the unexpectedly large number of capa- ble men standing ready, as their applications for work attest, to step into the va cnted by sti ikors. Ilia llgburmen, dockmtm and others whose recent struggles with tboir employers have remitted In their favor, are too wull satisfied witb their auccosa to on danger their present comfortable conlltlon by engaging in sympathetic sti ikiw, anil fn in them the gai workers need expect no help Tho coal porters, who are airing their grievances are moving entirely on their own ai count and not at all In sympathy with the gas stokarH, whose industry is closely allied to their own The former have mi-rely taken advantage of the disaffection of the gm mo- nopolies to capital for theniselveH and their objects being so plainly selflsh, they are receiving very little of the public sympathy they hoped to gain COMBINE OF IRON MAKERB The enormous collieries and furnaces In Staffordshire, employing thousands of men, aie combining with the Hhi-llon Iron Anil 8toel company, employing many thousands more m a common enterpi ise designated to control the tiade in iron, steel and coal, and Cronm was a British spy n.nd ought to bt' have Invited the co operation of several olhei nddross fitly'expressing sentiments of love, i killed might have been made the atUnney I firms and companies to join them As the and sorrow with which tne hearts I continui'd. What of itt Would not eveiy movement also a blow at tho existing Hpaca was densely crowded The people stood quietly and patiently as befitted the oci asion waiting for the hour of beginning tho ceremonies to at rive Shortly before II o jlock the clergymen, That remai k wai true, the speaker did not deny, but it simply had reference to a feat- ure in the lust municipal campaign, and uc weight should be attached to it, except to show how hard the state was straining to finil a motive As for the testimony that Coughiin en deavuied to hire Hampsou to "tlo up" D< Cionm, why, that testimony was given by main entrance of the building Bishop Gal disreputable characters and was not worthy laher of Louisiana officiated Bishop of consideration except to further show tb< Ihompson of Mississippi Rev E, Thompson rtate'n straining for a motive The religious exercises began with the read- ing of tho psalra of tho day, according to the At'he uftei noon session Mr Forrest gave his attention to the cause of Martin Bui ke ihere was nothing suspicious in Burke't movements subsequent to May 4 Not a word of evidence had been introduced at the trial to sbow that Burke was in Carlson cottage on the night of May 4 The method of identification of Burke in Winnipeg, hi said, was unfair and showed that the state hod no hopes of his really being the man that hired Martensen to haul the furniture, or LITTLE HOPE OF SUCCESS, thioe to draft a bill to prcsont to the legisla I Episcopal service, by Ilev B J Martin of I oven that it was Burke who rented the cot- tnre denning the liabilities of railroad com Urnce church The lessen taken from II panlt s in eviwt of death or injury to em Corinthians was next recited by Dr Mark ployes resulting from carelessness on the part ham Bishop Oailaher then delivered of the company A lopted, Kcqucsting congress to cause to be printed 5 copiBi of the report ot the congres- of all present wei filled Though brief, in the Heading railroad I address was a model of sustained euloglum. toge O Sullivan's reported declaration that itnuliicturer ami uralerui Fine Boots Shoes UENRY WEIl-ER'S STORE. 103 E Third at. Books. Stationery Muetcal In nmlU eekh Pftpere and everyihn K pertaining to a ilrat cms book Schooi ttook.a a apv.tialty TOH everv dcHctiptionand at living rates bj Dunkiiti. I'mitnig Company, 8 and 10 I- 'M.iomlKt H. VAN HPRK.N SON, Firo I IfC. Aci uleut and general Iuuniar.b0 i in Hi. ti I state anil linns uni i in d tollit itieof mopirly collect- b< nil V 219 t enter Bt- inil Boor b I'H-UOIAO, "W Central Avenue i IcrslorVVBll I'aixsr Oils, Ac. J W., I (ft Centei rttrool, Mfiiiulaui nlr iin lilenltrm lea, u 11 e- n.llnrs liunU Whips, Bufl'iilo Hor-t 1.In tti 1-sleigh of irttics nl A hook C u u he 0 her o! test mon ills but. t is on renieinbir Its gcncr il ict on ipon tin. t I brftin a ll nirvts, to its list H llllllolitv oftlu. lllitlnU llmh In lulr to imil that m family sliovilil i ver be vvltliuiit buttle of OLD M W SIM F MM (.All 11] IT I IN lilt HOtMt. Seiul for our I allies book AililrLSS K II MclMVS CO New Prof. Loisette's MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In of adulterated imitationB which miss thf theory and practical results of the Orinir al in HI itp 1 1 the groesMt by eimous would be ecunpuUton, andmspitoof banPRtteiiii ts torob him 01 th 'rait of hw labors (all of which demonMrn'o the oubted nupenontf and poiiiilanty of his tenohingl. f Art of Never e rsettit R IB rrtinfentzeJ one or two whose organisa- tions aro selected by this oon vention, or If deemfld more advisable, by executive council, upon whlch'-to concen the whole fifforte of labor to Becuio the tight-hour workday May 1, 1800 That nil afllilatud contribute a sum per membei to aid m win ning tho first virtoiy I hit tun executive   raRss meoUngs be continued an I with renewed vigor 1 hat (in appeal for funds to promote this pm t of tho woik b r ihat tho unions hold public meetings In the neiKhborhocxl of large factories, union r no i union, to otgamze and discuss he igbt hour movement Thnt iho aliealy derided upon n b ISQO Lohell an 1 that monster em mstiations bt held in ovory part of tbe Mny 1 IH'H) It ib 1 that n romnnttpp be orpatod o wInch (il! those muttors nmy be referred, o bo properly digested formulated and re Hi ul mtel upon by this, com on tion lh< i iialionul laboi c held at 'ans this )pfir, resolved in sympathy wiih nr nuwenicnt to hold simultaneous mass lootings in i y tity in tin ope May 1, o'lO dreat confi lenoo cxprosae 1 in tho ability if the woi kmgmnn to win in this flght Lgamst excessive hours of labor Little Int or legislation was achieved last your, either by the national congress or state It is suggested that the oonven ion formulate the legislation that labor de- nands, and empower and direct thoexerutivo m ers to ttike such action as will presage he best results It ts also reeommomle 1 that measures be taken to onfurf e the alien contract labor and Chit lose ixcluMon and that the govern ment, in thu forthcoming census, ascer   nit r t A most beautiful and touching faaturt of the i ereinony thon singing by a large surpliced choir of the anthem, "Yea, Ihousfh I walk Through the Valley of the cant in the if O'Sulllvin made it troubles Adopted favoring the location of the vrnild'K fair In tbn city of New York Adopted Amending the constitution by providing that permni holding federal or state ap- Shadow o' Death The other of Mr Forrest closed bis speech with an appeal pointments shall entitled to sit aa the were contributed to by clergy to tha July to acquit his clients becanyti noth "of Vsriou denommiitlous, and Mr Davis' ing bad been proved against tuum beyond a r Id pastor Dr Thompson, read this apostles' reasonable doubt creed, whilo the entlie vast audience joined 1 Judge McConnell said that to day being true Irish patriot who belisvod a man to be wages, small they nio, the annamcnmonl a spy make such a remark? He might j ol the enterprise hiuj spread coi stenmtion have committed murdtr, but lie would very freely gtva utterance to such a declaration, and, therefore, there was nothing slgmll T S.17 I ion sUtet. A spectaltv matle of Sanitary Plumbing, l learn and u Fitting nteert guar P8CHOVTES 17 Third street, Fashionable Tailor, will find it to their advantage to call on me before pun hasmg elsewhere PB. CART A CW., Lion atroet I e wi Oils Painter's Sappliea Oil (loths.tirar te Ware A snoual tyof shcrwni nt and Monroe range to-diy In both Hemispheres AB markmR nn Memory Culture His Frospectim (sentjKWt free) gives opimoDfl of people In all parts of the R! be who e act- Btndied his System br ndence shoi tiut hu STstam is only while bfino studied book can bf Itarned inn mnola reading, mijid-icanftering en red d, c Fur Proepectua, Termiand Prof. A LO1SETTB, 237 Fifth Avenue, N Y Kill ING i blank books, ledgers and all tvi-uU oi blanks done at knk I riuting ami 10 I becoml RUDOLPH MOLDKNH.1CER, Cor I hinl and Buffalo bts Dealer ID Marble, and Bnilthne Stone Call on me buyinz your side- walk Tl ISLKY ft GO 7 and 9 East Front street Whiafcy, Wines, Brandies. Gtofcnral Liquor Store for Family Use PEARS' SOAP Is the MOST ELEGANT TOILET SOAP IN THE3 WOULD. Of all Dragibti, bat twitanoT ImlUtloni. C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER SGi M YIN ST BUFFALO N -pOBEBTM'KAT, JLV Lion atrwt, the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. J.W., DEALKK IN 1 IAU.NBS, mm mm Clocks, smcrwarts Lpathi r I te. ByGRA T S1L I bit PL A TIA C tos to the Annual convention. Referred to the con mitte on constitution Urg ng members to purchase uo article without tho union label Adopted. Urging the passage of a law to provide for a factory inspector who iinnea an i quai nos A iopted Also, favoring the passage of a law pro viding for the appomtiiioat of female factory Mr lllmr moved to amend the resolution by risking foi an increase of tbe number of fuctoi y inspt etui s by twenty, and that of theue ten shall be females The amendment' wab adopted Damanding the enforcement of the alien coutrat t. lab ir Requesting that steps be taken to ascer- tam fatta conceining mortgages on faiin property Hecoin mending an amendment to the me cbanica' IILD Liw which will etiauie the wages of employes Adopted Indoiuiug tbe action of the last congress in changing the system oC printing cur- rency Ihe resolutions approved were lu relation to securing lower fares, giving the weekly payment bill precedency-over all others to be presented Ihe following resolutions were presented Mr Feehan m favor of an eight-hour work day Referred and reported favor ably It was referred back to the com mittaa Mr Blah directing the legislative com mittoe to make tbe prison bill one of thuse to be most diligently pushed Referred. Mr Blair, making the factory inspector bill one to be specially urged before the legis- lature Recess THE AMI PmERTON BILL At the afternoon session tho committee on the anti Pinker ton hill reported 111 favor of tho adoption of the resolution urging the legislature to pass the bill. Ihe report was a Iopted The cc num tree on president's address re- ported favorably upon the recommendations made y tbe prt sidont, and the report wa adopted The committee on resolutions reported rtivornbly upon tbe eight-hour resolution, and it was adopted A resolution was introduced calling tbe attention of the fattoiy inspector to the un healthy condition ousting in tho polishing bkops Deterred Also one for the appointment of a com nntteo of five to aot with the legislative com nuttee of last year to select five special bills to urge the legislature to pass Amendment making the number of bills three instead of five wits adopted Mr Barry of the finance election day a recesn would be taken to to moi low at 10 o'oloclc then begin m tho reel tit L PROCKSSION TO THE OFMBTERY It was a graud and solemn scene Prayer by Hev Daiius Hubert was the ulosing por- tion of tha exsrcisos at the Oity hall Then began tho pror ession to the Metaine come tery, ft distance of three tmtos from th. City Th. Now York State hall The sti lots were crowded with raver ilon-Tiiilfl Resolutions nt spoctatm s along the whole route and the ROCITKSTBIV, N Y Dec U Thy conven- among the CAPT WIS8MAN IUC KNFOHCKD A dttiithmont of anldiors, with a full com tilem lit of olBc ora ban boon dinpatt hod fi out Itai Im to Zaiuibar to augment Capt man's Command millU leiitly to enable him to carry out the new woi k to whit h ho atwlgued m the intei est of Goi man pro in Africa Owing to tha prevailing Httlkna In the col- Luther Lamn Mills will hery dmtiicta of Austria the price of coal has riKim miormotihly throughout thu empire Ihe Novoe Vrutnya of St. PatcrHburg, one of tho otflual join nalit of the empire the quotation of the now Bulgarian loan on MERINO SHEEP BREEDERS in Book The low pi liniikH linvc be-on woel' Out Muiiluiil pUco of all ObiWi III 1-11 mi f the of 10 In SU( h casos. tiring on full thus Riving tho prwtidi nt By Mr For Ot tlonad but of thn Hurplus HH iv nn opportunity to appoint live new jinlgn cnllKtf'd men 0( ttli IfStf 1 portod by of the trt usury wrt do It IB also proponed to ncroase thejurlwhclioti Itai y mftDd that conKrcsH rtmll upunl nil Intor al of the Urcuit courts with a view to minting By Mr I revenue to Ul. i nd Ibat there tho number of appouls to the luprainn i-ourt ttblllly pfllliODI tO OfflOMT no Tuither easitj or upportuu.ty VBrlOua BOhcnins have been BUKKeste.l with a nnd nmrine. In th. mrmj n4dta- for larllf reductio Hreedera' Meeting and Ktnctlnn. Nuw YORK Dec U NatinuHl Atwo- iewlr> ncoomulixhing tliifl but It UlllUxl HtatM In flW MUF ttW nMUOC R4tema ahnost fmpotiBible to curtail tho wni k from 18U1 to 180S CTto for nf tho court, hence propoiuxl im ronso In ppnnioning all tte (OFflVlni UfflflMWi MlMUillt the mernlmrship It lown how iho sailors nnd marines In Hkt H and navy for sixty qe wfaa 1 SOUTHERN VISITORS Dlitlngnlslied Ouetts frnm Dixie Knlcr- In ftoston BOSTON Dec 12 Merchants' assncia- lon's guests from the South, led by HOH 5enry Grady arrived ypsterday and went o the Hotel VendomH The pal ty Includes, besldua Mr Grady, Evan P Rowell and W A Hemphill of the Atlanta Constitution, J tl Holliday a prominent Southerner, W B Low and O A Collier, capitalists Hon John M Glenn, mayor of Atlanta, M Enman cotton John Fittan, who represents the hardware interacts, R D Spaulding boots and ahoes, f D Maeder, groceries, J W llankm, drugs, George M Brown, rrachmery, CHrence Knowles, J insurance, John Geirge Hillyer and HOB wlth the Ohio ballot box forgonos It wns Patrick Cnlhoun TVy weie the charzwl by newspapers that Mr But- ofE B Haskeillast ev enmg and will be tarworth. Senator. Sborman, M( Pherson, oiationot Tiottmg Hono Broedtrs held mtmhers of the court regard tbo piopofition, ____ ,________________ annual meHtinn at thn fifth Avenue hotel i butag they complain of being ovi-rwwkwl, clinqliled In the Of dtttf WftMB IBUMJ, last evening Tlio following oflV-ors were they will probably welujmo two additional and July, 1888, at tte MM ttfar elected to serve during tlio coming year- justices month (lariligtiMtr MFC" Prenidenr, M W Mall This the tenth------------------------------' time ho lins been re-eloctod. First vice prosl- dent, Leland Stanford California second president, A J Oaton, Secret nry, L D. Packer treasurer J W Gray The com adjourned to meet at tbe Fifth Avonue hotel Jan 17, noon to consider the subject of the i evision of tho standard for regiatra tion and to consider the question of admit- ting pacers to tbe standard work Want an WASHINGTON, Dec 12 Representative Butterworth of Ohio will ask in the house to- day for a congressional investigation of the j charges affecting his name and those of ser- obiHinlnfr mupgrt bj Uber 9t lion, IIB Khali I2S DM lull nlxo provide, that aM Is vUy hetwoon March, 1861, wd who were assigned to duty -to" hOHinl.nl service, I ti m of per month mob (Mm their disc-barge and addtclooil tertamed by the Bar club at the Parker house to morrow They will prob- ably leave for the South to morrow night or early Haturday mornmg Ex President Cleveland and Andrew Car negie, who are to attend the dinner, will arrive this evening accompanied by Mra. Cleveland and Mrs. Carnegie Mr and Mrs. Carnegie will be the gueata of Joseph Bur- nett, and will return to NewYoik tomor- row afternoon The Caruegies will occupy tha atate suite of rooms at the hotel Vendome, Pittsburg PlayeiH' Club PITTSBLKO, Dec The organization of the Players National League club of Pitts- burg was formally completed last night The following officers were elected. Presi- dent, Mayor W lliam McCallin, vice presi- dent, Henry B Rsa, secretary, W P Potter, and treasurer, W W Kerr Mayor Me- Callin was chosen to represent tbe stock- holders and Edward Hanlon the players at ntzt Monday's meeting of the league A Naval Bill. WASHINGTON Dec 12 senate com- mittee on naval affairs reported favorably the bills introduced by Senator Hale to pro- mote the efficiency of the navy and for the relief of the sufferers by the of the United States steamers Trenton, and Nipsic at Apia, Samoa. Blsland Ahead of Time. NEW TURK, Dec The editor of The Cosmepolitan bos received word that Miss Bisland, who IB traveling around the globe, arrived in Yokohama last Sunday, three days ahead of the time allowed her for com- pleting the trip in seventy five days. Btockbrldge and McKlnley, Whiting and others were connected with the ballot box fargerira which Wood of Cincin- nati is charged witb having committed Thn Slloott otnmittf-e's llrport. WASHINGTON, Dec Hilcott In committee practltnlly flniHhnl iti work yosterday by agreeinn; on tho ieport that i i will make to hoiiae on the oase of defalcation ill the sergoant-nt arms' ofllia.' The report will probably be ready to go bo fore tho house to day It will exonerate th_____ paying teller and bookkeeper of thp ofllus the passage ol thli Mil, at not from any connection with tho dafiiloati >n por month Tho bill tnftttfa  A Premature KxplnHlon. COLUMBIA 8 C Dec 12 tho prema- ture explosion of a cannon used lu flnng a salute G W Touche was badly burned and will probably lose his sight and B W Blan ton bad a band shattered, his arm lacerated and otherwise injured Several others were slightly injured Tne cannon was that used In firing a salute when South Carolina seceded from the Union. It was some years ago fished oat of the river, whero It had been thrown when Sherman's army was about to enter the oity Canal Boatmtn'i Meeting. NEW YORK, Dec. 12 Northern Canal Boatmen's association met last night and adopted a schedule of rates for freight car rled through the Cnamplam canal south The percentage claimed by charterers was reduced from B to d per cent Kates on freight were Increased 10 per cent and on shipments below Montreal 15 per cent. The meeting declared itself In favor of free canals and an increased draught on canal A Valuable Belle. HALIFAX, Dec An officer of the Royal Engineers recently bought an antiquated looking dmlc at an auction room In this city, and after getting It home the discovery wai made that it had been a presentation from the citizens of Halifax to the Duke of Kent This must have been more than ninety-nix years ago Tbe efflcer tent it to England and by last mall received for it. esult of Injuries received ArcbbUbttp DUBLIN, Deo. IS j dressed a large meeting To be Favorably lu-ported folme league 1 WAKKIKOTON, Dep scnnte com- hearers againit acocptllUlk _ _ on foreign relations at its meeting government land yesterday ngrenl to report favorably a num sum of. Uie r of nominations, Including 'hose of Joseph glvet tenants R. O Pitkin, ministor to the Argentine rV wholesale extortion public Thomas H Anderson, minister to would take care of tlu Bolivia, Fred Douglas, mmfater to Haytf, would ake A L Knowden, ministor to Greece, Thomas H Sherman, consul at and a number of consuls and consuls gem ral PITTSBCRO, visited by a totrtOo Influenza In Berlin large UKIOoaipbd BERLIN Dec 12 spread of influenza longing to Cort 8ulUv throughout Berlin and many other parte of and a smallei _ Gei many is rapid and causing a great di al crty of Mr Wateon, trtf of sufTering Professor Virchow is one of beveral other bnildiUr the victims of the disease Tlie second ballot their taken yftntprciay for memberx of tbe mutiiei- total loss will nottM pal election of three Hoc alists loss of lift U raporttd, of Cuba. Dec Call intro- duced in tbe senate yesterday a bill author- WASHWGIOK, l Moi ton yesterday presented te HtV izing the president to open negotiations with B veral from tte oomtik Spain for tbe acquisition of the island of nnd labor o' different dtfet, Cuba He presented with It tbe petition of amendment at the alien natives of Cuban citizens of tho United States pravlng itt passage as to secure itt bcttw MifonMMMfc. IKO presented the petition of An A Failure at Toledo. .f for theerecKoii at TOLKDO, O, Dec well known IMK at Phosmx, commission and fruit house of H C Haskin ties am to aaout WO.OOO, with of the department. Just Take a Look at MONROE'S H   

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