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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 13, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. N. DECEMBER B REPllESENTA TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. xl J IVG MACMINK for ruling k ii I- tnc latent audition to M i mi 11 Pii'iirtmentoJ Inmkirk I'l luting Company II C. n B. Thuil Deer. Kxtelsior AJeal I1 Sat tin'1 moked mi Poultry. UltV HOODS 8TOHK8 eyl W Mil's rrolonia Jo in I'lirluti'- tlu- t ti Center street. Canned etc Electric lirettd received I M I'rottical n I bpctml attention i -.anitun Kstimatcs I IIIK is fritting titcam Heating r t iirimuw Third Bliect. Ai and 225 Central Inittantiiiiooiis i JliiblCB a spucialtv i i l win 'or suiishiue except loi OIIK I'rj- V'i t Seioml street. Hour Bul- ir. t N. Mu I t tc bouml in all BlylcB Orilurn v iittuiilcil to All work giisranmeil. KCIIKIf-i tKOCKEBV MOUSK. j KM Ceatrul and li U'fiHi nnd retail dealer in l u htna. Ls II WI Central Ave. Gnu- liikurunce. Life. Actideut ami Fire Ilflin trndiiiK innuie in the old Estllte Agenl. 1 IILX on C C II per day and Uotiidtng Utable in coni.ectlon Victor and 337 l.iun alruet. ITV UAltltKIl SHOP thus L n Ic r Lake Slime National cornet uiitir and rinrd slrecta. A ttuo stock f rt kn Domestic Cigars. iis center l-r-.i tical horse ahoeiu Paiticular attentlot mterlerniK liornut. Shoeing ol IOIK if trotting horses a laity. I NK1KK UBSKItVCli. Larecst In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. HriHIttKSS IN n rranli K MOCK td Ilnid wt Mm hunt 316 On u Hi Avenue RT M. sli inn nnd sur- 21iiVntiil An over H ill UK itoic tnmrn 'Uo 111 a Ut 4 unit 7 tn 11 III 'I 10 to u i. lifmlem I i-lcplionc No II Cul'diniv he Icll ut I 01 will he do mill ntteimoil A FEAST OF REASON'. GRAND BANQUET GIVEN BY BOSTON BUSINESS MEN SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AMI Iti I null i in Hi II di fiiht rtp- 1 iiiltu 8 aL on i if n Uli lllllt-iloN A I inpn ln N. Wiinti-il o HIK I'ltv WiurunUMl k f1 hxjn ru IK c I in i' NniM IK'' n in to hail -'it irv at I mil v iti'llih oik. k i titic n Otillll tMSItl i J AS III I U r. N 'i I KNUlNKEItlNG COWl'ANY. roactlon. Hnd one th l torn-erly sol lew Populo.............. M.iiuifaclurcrn ol Engines. Shalling IlmiKCra. Hi. and hinu Work to order. DUNKIRK SUIKT CO.. MB. 206 and iu7 Center Manufacturers ot tho and perfect-lilting Lireett blurte On attic in nil leading clolliiug and goods li.mata in Dunkirk. SEAND'SST MODERN DISCOVERY Triumph of Phimn.K'r. 1 only true pr it-tical 1MXIK OK LIKE Is th it proinot s s cle inses the lu brain and u an 1 and if thev m political uctiun only thn shai e of DONK1KK W h. J lurd street. Manufacturer ol 1'uiu Homo Mads D. r. 4 54 a ml i. Ctrl.. etl t'KIE HOTEL Uininir Union t accvfla to all trams ami uiw iiointen. Iti'Bl accommodatlonB Jor Com jitrual imveleie. John J. 1'rop. H' HLK1C8 j U7 ami W E Tbird fltrreU I-me Cabinet Wivre and Up- 10 storing IMoluro Frniaes mwle to order. tion impn vt1 iirilits tht t Wi hout 1 i iv bt. t ilten L inj.oi i Kit- ut vile rum or b.id whitkiy s'Vdittnul md the ti lei tlt.rs I .11 is prod cfftct-s worse th in Hie isi. for whuli they arc t.iken. It it In fiure A nervine without n uithuiil and ulmvo ull.it without alnthol. 1 lie o itv medium uHii h powers In the world. A M CM' 1 I H VNC K HI 1 far surpassing ik in .tnv ijtonii. itxl it i illtd i KM i m sine.' itis and 11 MATTESON 301 Central Ave tuahionaoit Gentlemon C MK1CCHAMT TA1LOIUNG. K. A. Saljcr. 226 Ceuter street. ni i i nti 11 SILI n n r spir itmn 'unctt lit is n inn tii tl littralh t.uu it lit ttpooniifitt. It U 11 .t too much to t tti it tile tniual of Vinegar Bit ImM and co ml erpart or compound with iinuUr virtue h ib vvt.r h en known AI. I OHM is remark Ah e for cist 11 imu'ort tl ind hv tin prtnlKtiui of the truils roots and lurhs of u huh tins i itttrs is of ilit n us d bv the Indi MIS uul the niLih U prof ssirn in thi tre itinent of clulls ind c Lonsumptiun ntur iltf liver IK kid lev il sc jAim cou skin dii toe numcrntii to hut easily uriuirstoml wliLti he ihc Bilti-rs on t ic vit il is renit rub 1 he discm cry irtlj attnltn- ti 1 hut nt I'hHKKt T UllFKUS IS THE KKSLJTOF I I AHELI- STEAM HKATOiO CO.. Mauuffttturcrs ol Steam Healing Apparatus Saniury Plumbing ft Specialty H OME STKAM Millions of du tht. wonderful success of fferer'- liav ing lit i. i ful v ind qitArttr of tt ils OJ 1 dly In order to in et every oriiiuUh of Uit Mime li ihle dem two iits IUHV pu up TIIK la bMOlllI Y UITThlt MOUIC t'A'HIAkTK1 THK NLW PI TO TUB AND KM'HKHSI.Y ADA1MLD IO U CA1E Fine 4i.aml Kane Curtumb Free V W 2uT Center street HUKLItr.UT o llui Ibirt. Managing 1'artner tlrailqumlcrs for Commercial Bus all liuth Itoom and all Mwlern Conveniences IT B. E Third cor. of Buffalo. Manufacturer and dealer in Fine llooto A Sbot'8 UENRT WEttKK'8 NKW 10S K Ihml st. Books. Musical In Daily HU IWooLlj TaperB and pertaining to a Ural cUsa book store. Schoo. liooka a epeoiaity I PRINTING of disciiptionand at fl i living rattis bj Munkirb S mil 10 s-ceund JH. HIIKEN A Fire An i 'tut ami tieiural lusurutJC 6re in KL d and hoHiie. fariitular i'iul ihccireol prt'perlj collect- AC lloor. iLic is no of I iic t or nervous VINKUAK Itll FKH8 I vit V it ion l .r whi of NOT U its 11 ir over the lower reiukrs it llit e fot of DJ- MICKO liven in in ilirial dtm.'ises LOHSUIII lion in 'crnat dis A.C ana so i is iti is a KLriniLult tti.it U is VKKMIM OB A book d be written of its in oilier ot but it is nfi-issirs m rtin rnbLr i s Kt ncr il n the d brain ard to re ilirc ils HSL in n nf tliQ IllH that flpHh Is lieli ami that mi uliuultl be without bottle of NFW SIM K VH 111 n I KS IN 1HK HOtNI Send lor our hack K. II. MclWNALD O Now ELY'S Cream CATARRH in if rtnt ftf O-l.Ob'S SCO Central Avenue tor Wall Pa.nta it. J. Center anlilealtnn Lollms. liipB. Iliiffalo Horse and 81eiah Kobes. PLITMBINO. T. W Murray. iSI I.ion street. A specialty made ot Sanitary Plumbing team and tttis Fitting. Worlviaaneinp guar- SCHOLTEH. f 17 Easl Third street. t nehionable Tailor. ttenUemen will find it to their aatage to call on me before purchasing elsewrerc. V. CAKV 'KS Lion street general Lcad.Oils.Patnter's Oil Urac te Ware. A special Shermi.NVilhanisPa.Dtand slonroo range. Honry Andrew Campffle and lion. nura liver Add Hallut Ilefortn. e unit of ttie Itepublic UlHcusHed. BOHTON Dec 400 of the solid buaim-sH of Boston and New Englaiifl crowded tbe Hpacious apai tmonls of tbe Hotel Vondome last evening on of annuul banquet of the Boston cbanV association So great was tlio do sire to see and hear the honored gue U of the RHsociution that the tickets weie till iliapobad of at a premium several dayw ngo scores of applicants were dfcappomtf d Fr jm to o'clock a eption was held in the hotel nt which many of the members of tbe aw n nit ion were introduce d to the special giH'hts uf the evident CKvw land Audi t w Cui Ht m y W Ui ady and Hon W L Putuum of At ti o t k n an h was tak'jn In thf dining hall to ruusic by the Oei innnln on lu which thw two boms uf tho dinner with numerous selections Tbe hull eluburatt'ly de'niMtcd with baniuis and flovit i s At the raui d tunlo iti thp entitle Hut Jinn Jonathan A Lint' pit si- dent of tho association At hn vieie Pt trident H Hon W L Hon IJ A Hnn John Hon W K mil lion at his li-ft wcro suitildov pruoi Andiv w C Cl 111 tou B Fi8k of New Jersi Hon Hornoi prosident of the Jioxton hi aid of Fri iioiv Lyudo Htetscjn ol Now York and Col toe to i Biiltuiibtill Tbe following other i i d at tbo tablet ou fach side of tlm Hun Fiantc Editoi K H Hon Ji smh f x rnor Gas Hon Aldon K Henry It Kichnrtl l'i friidcnt T Spi nkcr Runt Hon Ucorso f f lot In Hun Thomas L Jt nkms nt Siniih of tbo New Yoi k Immbtr of C ormncK Joseph llui Lduard Atkinson lion S N Aldikh and Assistant Htaten TieiiHuror Kfumey The followinK sts of Henry Grody were nliio jtrewnt Ex Governot J W Clnmncn Kriowl. s M M In Ur R Col 1C 1' Ji J M Hollitlay nnd Jud-o OmiKB nJl of nrgiu IJM H InniHQ at New Fresidi nt JNoiton of the I ouiSville aud Nashville raiii Mnrion Hon I iilrn k rulhoun and C C Nichols of tiiu Atlanta Coiistitu- CAI LKD TO OHDEIt. It R 15 o'ciock before Pi esidcnt Lnn called tl o attfiition of tlio gntlifi n After reading a tatter of regret from J U lie proceeded in a biief sjwoch to iiitiodut-e Guveinor Oliver wbo in a few wtiltoinod tlie quests of orcnsmn When he mentioned the welonnin e to the dmtingunhcd guests from Yoi k tho aq- eembhige gi ft tod the reference loud applause Governor Ames then turnnd to Mr olaiid and said IE TI icked Demo crats woll of mo when t re 110 from ofHee as Ropubhcans now do of you I shall abundantly satisfied Ihis scMitimuit was Inudly cbeoiod Hornet piestdtut of the bonrl of nu then and wel- onmed tlm gueata in behalf of Mayor who is absent from tho city Pngident in a very few Introduced ox-Piantdent Cleveland as one strong in his would speak strong words which would be heard all over tho land and across the soa in behalf of pure pol.tics and those refoims which aio now sweeping nil parties befoio them Mr Cleveland was received-nith long oon- shouts nnd the tmtiro OHSombl igo rising and waving handkerchiefs ftad chet ring again Clovoland apoko m a well mod- ulated voice and was easily heard by all Among other things he said MR CLEVKI-A.MVS ADDUESS Equal rights nnd impartial justico stip illations of the compact we have entered into with each other as American uric so mcely adjusted la this plan of our political that favoiitism for the sole ad- .ntage of ftny section of our inevitably results in an encroachment upon tho benefits justly due to But these thirga ao lightly upon tbe consciences of many that u spirit of selfishness is abroad in the wlmb has bred the habit of clam- orous importunity for government aid In be- lialf of special mt-ei dis- guised under ths cloak of solicitude for the public good Can we see no contrast between the sturdy self-reliance of the Boston merchant m tha days tbat are pnst and tlm attitude you are invited to assume as dependents upon the favor of tho and bonolkuu ics under its taxing Is there not a dif feience bttween the ideas that for mei ly pre vailed conceiiung the just aud wholesome relations whu h should exist between the goveimnont and the buMiiebs of the aud pii'-jcnt tendency toward a govein incut tneisLip m And was tlicio a hint in f i nit r day s that t ml ad van tapes thui soouied constituted a vesteti right w hicn in uo ent sbould m tbe least be disturbed Politic tl if Iftshncss cheapens m minds of Uie peopltt tbelr apjn of iho char acter and functions of tho it evury conception of duty of good tbo advantage froai tbe advitnco of uur cimntr v at all pwnts tonaidn her grand dt thorn wtuld be no plnce or ooc ision foi peneiMou of our Thus tho inaugmatioii of the intimidatiim and cor- ruption of our voters nifty be justly charged to feUlish htrnti soi king SIUCMSS through politu il tt in But those evils have bwn 1 honest men diiguste I with all po i u il eiini ivor they have been In won k ness of by men I at no' K sdiument have regarded them nn only plinsi s of politu ul have n attimllv pncouiaKRl by thn hoinrs which have btou bcstn upnn thoMMvl i t of thoir use of 'uch in 1 of i u t v in nmf y Weknowtnnt when politic ni Is sti i our will i and Lhrmpc'i way tj its rnnv bo and uill follow fsMing KD i o wnl bo no ndni 1101 will tlurn be disfrMoin from 01 r ranks on 1 c i nipt ion b t w not y Hohifvuda Ji 4ms tiiiimph and bold dan vsill I uL h n tho daj of tin ir de- stnu ion As OM an c 1 in-vite a riiitM t nxifh twnlillusH nithiirhed fiHjs of oui johti hive not f tiled to H din tlu i in i h has niniti enr d it-.olf to nil tin IK ntst people of tlw liind IttfAflies tin in th it though tin v in not mi mi diati ly s i nt then snuroa the LVIIS Ii nfllitt tin in thcv inns it influenoc and d i IK HIM Hi h their Ijimeful lesulls ih in that if johtKAl vntuL ri'id n ntu le f nn not at once bo tbor ir 1 tn ihnr. activity i f ba r It jmt K Lh the m with i i hint waff hf nnd a i imitation to pi ns fur possible tin r ir aditi IM by thnso who arc fait t'llhui ill Unions nship rllii--hoiM i n IIH stai ID tho E-xat- 1ms IIM d I'IH ol patriotic fell MY UK M in I ovi i wlun in our busy niHt of ttiLlu and on om fai in oui i tin find iti m in tlio of tlu 1 1. Ii luiil in tho hem of jio H our uniMisHi i and in woiksiiujm -m our bfii I ii K Ii ami in tho innks iiuxoi- h ti ilii v k'K'wt nli t iilhusmblitt nu- claiin t'i a nt of ba 1 if f trrn '1 i no no It i loi in ThoTO wbo si'Lin to Jen 1 tho MH vcnn nt am but -FEVER A particle is npulied Into eacli nnsii il and is ajrrrenblc IVn 'o cents at bLYBKOfllt It's 6 warren StllM-t and .t 1 ktiuls of blanks done at Dnnltirl- Printing and 18 E. Second fet. RUDOLPH Cor. Third aud Bnlalo in Flagging anil Building Stone. Call on before buyinf your Bide-walk ISLET Jk 7 and 9 East Front street. Brandies. l Liquor Store for Family kOBKRT Lion near the depot Feed and Livery Stable. g by tbe day or week on reoaooabie 134 Center etreet Instruments and Sewing We make a specialty of nrsl class Farrand Yotev Orram Contral Aye. Beal Bitate and Live Stock Kivu ISTABLI8HED IOO VEAM8. 15 INTERNATIONAL AWARDS I PEARS' SOAP The Purest. Most Economical and best I Ol ALL SOAPS. Of iB tit tmn C. C. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER S64 MAIN N. Y. DE.ALKR IN m OE id Leather tXQRA SIL VER PI A TIKd A COMPtBTE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN Opposite Iroqnoifi Hotel. n eltizanship and creates an aimospht-re in which Iniqnitoiia purposes and designs lose their odious It begins when a per- ted judgment is won to tbo theory thnt political actiou ba used solely f i pi ivate gain and anil wbeu a tendei con science is qufetei the ingenious argument that such gain and advaiit .re QTB identical with the pubac welfuie 'ihis having been leacbed and self intt rest bt'ing now fully ai agencies aro used oud practices permitted in the accomplish- ment of its seen in the pure light of disinterested aie viewed with fetr aud hatred The independent thought nnd fi ee poll in ul preference of whom fato titfe mnde dependent upon daily toil for burd eariud are strangled and dostrojcdby intiimaation and tho fear of loss of emploj ment Vile unsavory foi ms to tlie surface of our agitated political gloyfully anticipate m tho anx- iety of our their oj port unity to fatten upon Corrupted and debauched buf- frage This of thought leads us to consider the Imminent danger which threatens us from tbe intimidation and cun uptioti oE our swt to tho CionO by Lhu foiceof pali otit it i is' s lui above par tis niship and only the tlie Fordid ami UIL dtpiaved refuse to join m tho ci u- htl llnsipfnrm ib upon the cool le- libHrdtiou m its en- dtavoi to pioiiitufcc HI to tf o pur of pi ivata Jt is lightly supposed that col j LIJ Liou ut tliu vuif r ia eutered upDii with such business i alculation thut tbe cor i tor pay u briltts wbeii has oc- tilu jiioof thut thu ho hnH bur- Kanitd f is cast in his intoreit it i- nason that if tho rmploye or lab is il tlui time of casting his ballot re- tiom the immediate contiol of his tlm futility of fear and intiundu- w ill kn 1 to thuir ab uulnnniciit In UK lusiun let inn men have not r discouragt rimtigh thut tin whitb tlinuten om fuif nnd suft vn tuo ond puti lot ism of tho A.IIH IK in me not mid vsu .hull I ixl thorn n nt for us If m too tt confidence tin y will notaluaj-i ttiem bt moused f i om lotbaigynnl itidiirtnnue by the conscious lussot nl and tluy will liuist tho bonds of political silfKh K'JI IPVIVL their political fi udom and ic-.loi u tho purity uf thui suf fnigp llius w 11 tliny dischirge tho i ud trust 1 to tin It i thus will they still pioudly pie ent to tlie world proof of tho v due i f mstitntioiiH thus will thoy d monstmtt' and pi riietnitj of a R ivi rnniont by thu thiiH will they t stalilish Americ an pati lotisni throughout tin1 length and buadth of our and tlms will thej pitst i for tht'insehes and for postonty then CJo J inheritance of freo- dorn and justice find JH ace mid b ippmess Mr C levf hind s arou-ed git'at on- aniJ his p iints wcro fioquontly with ci us of and nppl i STMR H W UllADY Wlun tho npjMiusf bad IVosident Line mtif luct I Mr Henry W oE wh siilijpi r 'Ibe Race PiohlfMii of the South Mi Giady was re ct ivf d ith tlm s ime entbusinsin whu h w as elioitt11 by mt ntioii of Mi Cleveland's name Ik sioko fur OVBI IJD hour with prcat mi I pit and his treatment of topic met tho hearty approval nl his trtis for tnwre were frequent cries ol aud vigoiotis applause lun m his pci nation he desci ibed the af- foctim of tho intelligent Southtrn whites foi the coloied momhors of tlieii their CO'DI mi nursM and house illus- tifiting the by patliptir scones on tho La t tie Held and at tho gi them were moNr in the room Mi lirady iaid tinit he invited to di6 cuss the rnct piobhni iNo missionary st ind rtfepu in of urutio i and address thuiln in 1 tin itan lard of a South cm D HIM it m Hilton Ho sboul 1 in pt i fet t ft ii km s-iandsnn ui ity tl u tt iruit ai 1 i iciie-'-t domain on is sr sfMiitily 1 1 tint but 1 per cent of tin 1 in Is a i e cult i e the sons of Nt w Eng mn i f k with ti mhled some newil doi uio tmigratiou o i n i to the S his bean dtcrtas inu b t ni o 11 11m rate piohlem nnd thp 1 K i MI-S it bit'Is 'Ihe SJiuU rners fire h vi It tins problem that their islcuce di on its bolutiou Till CHARGE OF INJUSTICE Rep ing to the imputation that the tre tho tho of the Southern vote Mr Grndy said that tbe sixteen states In 1838 csst per cent of thoir total tho six New England states but percent of theirs The negro has learned that ballot whirh promised him has yielded him least aud at last has realized that his best friends are hia with whow pros- pel icy tm own 13 bound up It would bo woll if Northern partisans would understand that the negro vote can never again ontrol the South If there be any human foi cc which cannot bo it is that of the banded intelligence and re- sponsibility of a free community Upon that thf South not upon the cowarily of mask or shotgun Foi re bills will not avail Tho North may surrender its hi tort its to fideral election but never npun n smn'lM North or be cle IM n d to the ooatrol of an ignorant or m- fLiior p Tuna alone eau tall bow the Iiioblom pip-tMU'il will be solved T1IK SOUTH WAFVTS Thospiuku it would be solved by the poo I. moit bound m honor to its solu- tion HH nski-d ot his bearers pa- out of alone can come perfect Soc ond i-middi in alone can jou fairly In thm you c in givo us your s ins tu liostagi that they ni ly help to swell huour urn-lit unill it can carry without clanger tins bliiLk infusion. ynlty to tho rppublu for there is sectloual- MII ai loyalty as in estrnnKemeiit Give us the bromt anil pel frn t nlty that loves and f rusts alike with tlint knows no no no no but tMnkars with equal au 1 patriotic lovo every 01 oui oveiy state of our MH f LOUDTY PHEKUKD Mi Anhfw Carnegie was then mtro- dmoci I'rioi to eutenng upon the discus- sion of h s topic ho paid n high compliment to Mr C Ifvoland as ouu whom history would doclare liiul Hied to do his duty and who ssed the 11 sp jr t of the entue rf s-. ol pui Ho said Mr Cleveland h id ilemonsti atoj one Hiiswor to a question if intoivn What to do with ex- Ii iitn Ife had shown that ono good tiling to do with them wua to Invite them to nil and in thia connection the ques- tion oti in ud to not run them aKiunt '1 lu.pp was a stmin of applause with ones of and renewed cheei ins HF I.IKK GRtTMtLKlW. Mr Pai then prooeedod to a brief etpos ti in of the wondf rful progress made FEDERATION OF LABOR. THE REPOHT OF PRESIDENT GOM- PERS IS AGREED TO. FfTurta In tile Lino OrKanicil- tloii of tho fwcretury and of llottiilu- tlona 1'ropnnul Form a Political Lubur Party Dec. IS tbe session of the Anienruu Fedetation of Labor jester-day President Oompon.' report was adopted with the exception of the section referring to alien conti act which was reforred back to the committee The repot t of the committee on organization was received and adopted The recommendation referred back to the committee with inBtructioun to insei t the names of other than affiliated organiza- tions which are recommended in the report to niako a special effort to aid ill organising coal miners and boot and shoe mukei 8. The fourth reconimendntion i dat- ing to stopping of conferences with tho Kntghta of Labor was referred to a special committee with instructions to piepare an address to the pet pie of stating plainly tua trade union position of iho federa- tion The secretary and treasurer's reports were refuri ed KBSOt-OTIONS ADOlTKn At tha afternoon gabion the following rts olutions among others weie adopted Hym- pathuing with tha boot and shuu thrown out of employment by tho L and recommending affiliated federation to extend to them BUCU nnam v aid as means roc'og the power of printem' ink nnd labor press to renewed and upon organiied labor to suppoi t it n elfort to have provisions of employe liability stated as now enfouod in Massachu- setts extended to other condemning child the limit being Hxixl ut 14 yeais lae committee reported nguiust the New York Central Labor Feiiei at ion's proposal for a political labor party 'ihe uport wan hlmilar action whs taken on n pro- posal to increttbo theduty on imported cigars by this country during past thirty years commei manufacturing nnd eclui ing that in the last two industries she ow lead THE BATTLE BEGUN. LIKELIHOOD OF RIOTING IN STREETS OF LONDON. THE Outildnra Dilvcn by Hunger to Strlknrn- Mnnireltn Wurnlng the Military Not to Hobert Browning. Dies ftl Vunloe. strike of stokers is fairly begun and the preliminary sparring of the men and tba During rendered the alinoit to mad- na-j and the to the of the likelihood of rioting wd haps bloodshed seems very As no demonstration partaking of violence baa lioen but are entertained that when the last shift of the old men oonw out of the woi ks to-day an attempt will ho hy the strikers to prevent tbe mm from ing Many of the new are despot ate from want of work and ooiueqiMnt hunger and exposure as tbe striken oau pov -jibly bo from brooding over their griev- ances ami the refusal ot the company to lodress and a riot between the two elements must result in injury to many If not piomptly quelled The public lympath' whu h was lavished upon the in their great strike is entirely .ig lu '.he piesent and ttnm in JMJ sji ubsonoe of tho unoivn on the tun'HM wti Ln thrt nuHi who 'Hid- ing iho gai worha dniwnrtnrt upon bjr ii. n ft- 11 IK om1 latter may lw r.jUtHJ Uj 1 if it Flmll ury for them to f- TO VISIT TUB KRHD1VB is announced that Stanley will pay visit to khedlve on his way muiajng at Cairo three The it iii IIHH already begun preparations for receiving tbo explorer which oontem- ilninlli 1 Tlili mem I TIME FOR ACTION. It ia too late to tetnpoiizo mth theSe evils or to speak of them otbei wi-e thm in tbe plainest are spaied the labor of proving tbeir foi all admit it That they are tembly on tbe increase all must concede. Jiauifestly if tbe motives of all our citizens A VISIT TO THE GOVERNOR. The State Trades Assembly Deleg.itet Call at tlio Capitol. Dec Hill had a large number of callers yostunky. I.uto in the j just after tho adjoui nment of tho convention of tho btate liades the plate iniuilfi-stutioim of welcome usually re- beived for royalty AID FROM AME1UCA. The Sot lalists of many are vlelng with the Qjajioual leaguers of Ireland amounrjf funds tliey are receiving from their lirethiuu in the United much of t ho IMS nt hteved by the Socialists In the relent elei lions having boon secured by tbe cxpemliluie of money contributed from Amei ua srAHC'ITY 0V FARM LABOKKIUJ The dillK ulty of obtaining a sufllclentnum- I I .Miilnl Allnii I lilhl i t Hill I'll-..- 1.1 a. Mml lest i 1 IC-'K itniki l IlltU I In'fin Burnt E that In the last two industries she convention or the uades Assemuu the u i Is wo. while her credit is flrrt members of that matched In a to of laboicr. to oultlvate IB. Jlailtl which was body to the executive chamber to their crops m of ba-become ti. _ 1.___ ____ ______t.. i_ HO if rout OH to iiiiiiiott i ii'rni Owiisnt iii i L t-' owing to thp lutcne-is of the waa unfilled almost wholly to statistics x-cusion to sfiy that he did not nharo tho fenrs 'f some that iLm republic was sui rounded by serious dangt-rn He believed nothing oulil hfr from arhioving har des- iny Ho was not a and if he had respects to governor. Tho mernborn wore presented by President Dowhng utul P J Uoyle of thm Ciipt liurry of tho Sandy Hook Pilots' and John Phillips ot Brooklyn. For nearly an hour convmm-1 tlou waa curried on botnumi tbo dolegatoa and the governor ns to the met its and os- an to itiiluoH the furnt owuent In Poineiiiiim to gvrioiittly pi opoae the lion of Chinuso farm liundn and the pioject has mot with guuoiul upprovtil 1 ho t'ditoi of n join nal devoted to tho col- hory intoioutH in pubUshml ut Hoi tutu beoii seiitonoHxl to imprison- hni go of tlio gates of I'ttiHdise he would slties of the Wllb which the workinRimiii will .11 R1U11 Mi i ihleis ouc of ht-avcn uupgie wab followed by Hon W inte candidate for gov- irnor of who spoke biiefly upon mer- ihant mm mo and emphasuing hli know n views upon thut subject OBITUARY. tha ask the legislature to push llii-s In response to tho guvDrnm N dusiro for In- formation about thi-ao ttio delo gates present fully txpluinuJ all their fea- and why the woikmgnun them passed and siguod verv for wee ownels of the district libelling tbe IHalrlhftWou of Hinull DOC tioaauryde- partinont givps notieo t hat 5-cent nickel aud Ucnu IhiT 1-wut bioiws pteow will be funitehed In Kins the governor and the was I orcltfl of from tbe United HtAIM and bofore leivuigull shook ttt to points reached by the regular liucu N Of. siu 1 that year the South 7 bait1' uf which enoiraous crop couli nor come fiom the hmidi of dmcon teutPil or Tho negroes of who yeTrs wcro now it OOUOOOO of propel ty For Afro Vnieiuan agitator staring b could show a tl npgroeshwppy in thei cabin hointb and with then children in tb hmte the bouth has spt'ii in education nnd this is p to inoi although tbo blitks 1 of the getneaily one balf tue tund In tbe Konth are negro multiplying with the incieasing ability of tluir Lo support them In the courts tho negroes have a distinctly better showing on account of their color. Jt is admitted that there is disorder ami but it is misjudged LnwkssnesS in Iowa is accepted as an while that in tho South is asci ibed to racial causes BAI LOT UKSTRICTIOV. The black will cast a free baliot when ig noiancp anywheie it. not dominated by the will of the m'elhgent The whites aie not- in prejudice but of necessity Tbe negro remaius an ignorant credulous tbe prev of tho uiiau npulous oE botb parties and plays a part in a campaign in which evtiy inter-bt of society is jeopaulized aud every approach to thn bailot DOX debauched. Against buch canipaigns as this tho Southern whiles aia ba as Massachusetts wmtea would in similai circumstances j In reply to the as to the alleged of Judge E. N. luiiiinit Piitfiit NKW YORK Dec 1 Unitai States cm Lit ami district courts adjwnuej yestcT- out of respect foi tho memory of E N the famous patent lawyer Judges Wbeikr and Lauombo made remarks expres- uvu of the high esteem In which Mr. Dicker- son was held and of the losa sustained by the through his death Mr Dickf-rson baa xjon ill several mouths. He died at hi8 home near Rockaway The funeral w ill tako placo to-morrow morning from Trinity this city Mr Dickeiion was by far the most noted authority on patent law in this country He sad figured in neatly all the groat patent suits dut ing the last quarter of a century. OE iate the work of tho Bell Telephone company occupied most of his time Ho had accumulated a and his residence at Wave Ciestwas a magnificent place His passion for hard work continued until bin health some months ago broke it is to hia labors in connec- tion w ith the pending litigation ovor the Bell patent. A MMgnlmrs' Feud. TKHRVSKA CiTV Dec 13 A shoot- iiiff which has already resulted in the Bounding of ono man and promises to cost the lives of several took place north of this city. George and Joseph Hess were crossing tho farm of a naighbor named Fielding Hall over a road which he had whon Hall and bis wife came out and niderod them to turn back. Joseph Hess drew a revolver and fired once at Hall and twi29 at his without effect. Hall got his gun at the and returning dis- charged one barifl into George Hess He flied the other at Joseph but the latter took refuge behind his pony and the animal received tho charge intended for him The Hess bovs went home Joseph got a heivilv and is now looking for Hall. rants have been issued for all the parties. DPP 13 atnfa depart- ment is inforui'd that the Mexican Rovei n- ineiit bas lefubel to receive Fi ehet as United consul at Pedras Xegres. Mr Frehet was United States consul at Paao del dm mg the last and was ti amferred to Pedras Negres by Secre- tary Blame It is asserted that while at Paso del Noito Mr had some trouble with tho Mtxicnn it is sup- act ounts for the refusal of the Mexi- can government to receive him at his new pObt____________________ Tho Montana Trouble. Mont Dec W ihe senate met Tester lay nnd tbe sergennt-at arms reported thfit the absent senators had refused to obey his summons Tlie doorkeeper here an- nounced that five Democratic senators were in tho ante t and were desirous of talk ing with the Republican members. A recess wa thereupon taken and the informal caucus bwgan It is understood tbat at tbe cratic caucus flve senators said thoy would either join the Republican saiiatoia or resign by Monday morning Mrs. Governor-fclect Campbell III. Dee.13 is received here from O that the wife of Gover- nor-elect James E Campbell is dangerously ill at her home at tbat place Mrs. Campbel was taken sick Tbuisday and has been grow- ing worse since The disease from which she is acute inflammation. bauds with tho governor aud thanked linn foi hi-i kindness m meeting thmn and his in- terest iu matteis affecting their cause U RALKII f'rient Appeal. C Dec 13 nppoal of tied States and connecting com- prunes free of transportation ohargea In him is of or multiples upon receipt and toll' ctton by the bufiorfntendtnt of tbat mint of a draft on New York or PhiJadel- a in payable to hid order. To points not A'. UI3 II 1 i If ex Pr.eBt roceutly found guilty of express dallvery un- and under sentence of cdine up in tbo supreme court of tho state hole yueber- day Boyle's counsel arek to secure a new trial After reading the voluminous record of the the prisoner's H V Moi submitted a brief In Boyle's presenting a number of exceptions as to the admiHsibility of the evidence of the piosecution admitted after VERHOLV'S dot contract with the government im- prfu these will be sirat by regis- toipd mail at uppUcante' registry fee to pnid by tbo Kovornramit. A nupnljr of these coins will be kept on hantft by tbe as- treasiirein of the United States at Vorholy. wiia arrived tbla New Ausirln Wednesday nlfrht Bt New Orloane ill th. An Atinlrlnn Who N. Ui-lln. FMtH bo made to tha charge to tho jury Argument will continue to-day and tho case will probably occupy the attention of tho court for two days yet A SoiiiiiiiiiibulUt'B Terrible Fall. O Dec aporial fiom 0 A young mnri rmineri Charles T. Crlppen met a tragic d. nth yes- teniuy He and bis father hail a room on the fourth floor of the Talmadge bouse and retired early Thursday innht About 1 o'clock in the morning young Cl ip- pen aroused his father by talking in bin sleep. His rather shook him to awaken with tbe young man leaped through ft window that had been left open or tho balcony and .lighting on the stone flagging Ho lived Another ttarou Captured. NEW Dec 13 is announced tha Mies Sara b Phelps daughter of Alison Phelps the millionaire banker of this is engaged to Baron a partni tbe banking bouse of the Rothschilds. The baron is of an old and very wealthy German family. inly a few hours. The to Athens for burial reumnm were taken Laborers llrutullr Trented. Dec 13 German and rrench consuls general at New York have called the attention of the treasury depart- ment to tho ill treatment received by German and Flench laborers m tbe sulphur mines of South Carolina. Most of these laborers.it s are secured in Now York upon arrival in this counti and under contract are taken to these mines. Special Agent Lee of tbe treasury department m a report says treatment 1s of the most brutal and shocking character The whole muuor baa Cut Out Part of Jaw. NKW Dec Joseph B. Oarr ex secretary of state of New '-a- ill for soverol days past In 8fc Luku'8 hospital this suffering tumor of the lower was much in condition yesterday. Ho has lor Time been Hfnlcted with tbe tumor which flnnlly thiow him Into a state of serious ill- ness and rendered an operatltm necessary. 1 ho consisting of removal of H small flection of tbe lower wni jn performi d tho Loapirjil to lUpponbotll WiTSJf K night In tlio detention room of tto ottf lutttf The night being warm lowtnd tte blew out UM Mil MMMd. day morning tlw janitor noticed smell of and upoa the woman and her little nearly iiiffoeatad. saved their Verholy was irraigtMu t and denied that bad Klarrlad but subsequently when I he broke down SMk- nowladged both marriatavolaiBUkt that not oonsldar man-tan HA 1 TkIM or Hasara IM glTlnn wife Mo. 1 and bar t he second floor of Ma rho lower dJTUlng Uttlm them. Ho. 1 is anililM to Ibis offer but No. 1 prosecute to tbe full extant of tba JMr. teuiuy by Dr Wier and the patient it doing woll. ________________ Ilrmncrtitlc Doc 18 Deinorratlo senatois held a caucus after tbo axljouni- inent of the senate yestordajr The oaucus committee which served m tbe last oongi est was reappointed with instructions to fill vacancies on tho new created by DM. report the and on tbe old committees which mitted to the house tie Sfleott havo been enlarged The caucus committeeglvee tbefolloWtogj consists of rVnators Vooi Uoi Jones of Ar- and Blackburn It will hold a meet- ng to morrnw and report to tbe caucus Monday next jeen referred to Solicitor Hepbmti of ti easury department for action tiia Tliree Dec U U re- ceived here ot tho drowning of tbrca John Ambrose Donnelly and Bert Sheldon. They were skating on tbe river the ice broke and Martin fell in Don- nelly rushed to tbe assistance of his di own- ing companion and was diawn under the Ice. Sheldon also tried to save bis com- panions and he shared their fate. Ten min- utes later their bodies were recovered. Efforts were made to resuscitate but failed. A WlNConsIn Dec 13 place was scene of a tragedy Thomas Polliard pro- ceeded to tbe bouse of Lyman Dewitt He was denied admittance and ordered four times to but whereupon Dewitt produced a revolver and shot Folliard three times. Death was instantaneous. Trouble has existed for some time over Dewitt's wife. Won't Work With Green Hands. Dec days ago tbe trainmen of tbe Pratt mines struck for higher wages. Yesterday over free miners stopped demanding that tbe trainmen's request be granted. They say they wilt not run the risk of operating tbe mines with green hands and propose to sup- port the strikers. Mr. Wharton Iteoovered. Dec. Secre- tary of State Wharton resumed his duties at the state department yeeterday. Mr. Whar- A Seainnn'M POIITL.AND. Me Willium Goodwin of thu bark Towksbury L. wbich was wrecked ou the Caroline wlnudt Api arrived yesterday from Ban Frun- CIBCU He tells a thrilling story of tbe wi eck and subsequent adventures For MVeral months they lived with on Pozeat ntl they found an Englishman named Charles who WHS living In a savage slate. He had seven wives and waa of the island It was through i he good offices of Irons that Capt. Goodwin and bis crew were saved. Miss Van Zandt Mnkei geniitlon. Dec Van the American prima made her ap- pearance at the opera bouse here last night and ci Gated a veritable fteiisatjon. The dience was enthusiastic throughout tbe per- formance. Paul Cook With Brotherhood. N Y Deo 13 --Paul catcher of the has signed a brotherhood contract and received ad- vance money Ho will play with tbe Brook- lyn biotLei hood club. Signed Ilrotharhood Dec 13 Cunning- bam of lost year's Baltimore team and W. formerly of tbe London have signed with tbe Philadelphia brotherhood club. __________________ A nig Dividend. Dec. 18 -The Bell Telephone company has declared a dividend of a payable Jan. to stockholders ol record of Dec 31 Robert Browning Itand- Dec. Browning. ton has recovered entirely from bit recent died at 10 o'clock tart prolonged illneaa. i death was painlew. i of and llabiiitica of arms' Dee. Amount due members end amount at I total xetn-Casb In MSB to I total Tto hortag. la placed at tm.19S.tt. Ifce total amouatlnn to Ml p tbe report of lembers and OB MOMBt of Mi- and partly of checto or dref to depoe. ted for collertlon and MM knout OwUtod o the members depodUnf tU MOW on jooka of Ine lUraovM or nllia. V Dee. sion appointed to report to tbe legMatnre M o tbe advisability of tbe removvl of tbesttto now located at Sing jut returned from examining proponed n Their work about completed ud the Deeabtn of commission bare gone to when hey will meet and prepare tfeeir depnrt. The members agree ae to tbe ot re- moving the prison from Its preeent Imalloai. but there is a difference of opinion M to whether Ulster or SullirtncoaatywooM U tbe most suitable place for to location. Cfeawt. V. Dee. at tbe Delaware and Button moti hw rliaatl for tbe seaeon. Tbe water kM been dnirn tbe levels and own W0rk ftfOtttf tbe canal and locks. The baa lium a good one for both boat-Ma ami tbe eom- Om. Dec. gu rtoken Issued a manifesto deotariog thmt tbe em' ploy men t of toldicn to or indlrtctlj ussist the gas companies or to interfere Witt tbe strikers in the contort with the UKUn will inevitably remit In e ge tkwMMtW. 1 in-Bum -1 were by theV yesterday on a IIO.CIM Jftliiiiieil Taej i Just Take a Look at EWSPAPERf   

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