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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 17, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1889. NO. HI B HEPUESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. r.I I MACHINE for ruling i M uiks id the lutcst addition to M In imrtincnt ol i t. ik I'mitintf Company. iHMM'FK'SGril Wocxl lard, T iintMl omioaltfi Niokel l'la Ml mmli.i ol llanl and Soil Co .41 I." i r Lath Fr il Wocxl lard, TO" 'lat  Uy Lt V M. MANN, Practical Plumber, A .in I Meain tittri Special uttentior 1'lumliing EttUmHtCB give] 1 1 inif, oaa 1-ilting.SU.am Heating II t r i rnaM.ii b. Third Direct. HK. 22.! and Ms Central Ave I'hotugraphcr IimUtntuneuu1- I i rfinphit ut K, ili.es a specialty. Sittcri nt i 11. watt for flunahme exoept foi I.OOK IHVINO, I'ro J [ir t lt> b.. Second Btiuet. near Bui d unit Dunkirk, N. MaK'tinm s, Mil tU boumi in all Btj ILB pnioi] tu to All work guaranteed I KtlUIU'S CKOCKEBY UOUSK, j) Central Avenue. h jit retail dealer in am) loniitii China, (jlBBSwarc, 4u ill II. HAKIUS, til Central Ave i.cn inl Accident and t'irc 1 f n travthng utaiiro vour lie in tiie T Ira.mis'" Rcul Estate Agent I 4111 uuntiau. ton ill HOTEL, per day I vtry and liuuiiliug btuble in connection Victor Itnlor. 335 anil ii7 Lion HUM t. SHOP tiian NaRle, Prop., L n Icr Lake Shoru Nati'jnal Bank, cornci n liter itnO llnr'l streets A flue stock ol t miKii and Domestic uigarn OONK1.LN Ui I enter i treet, horse dhocis I'articulnr attcutio to inu.rlt.rilitr horHCa SUoumg ul ion ii ir ttuig horics a laity. NK1HK EVKNJNU OIH1.KVEK. Largest Daily in tho County An unequalled advertnm g medium I .VNKIKK KNOINEKltlNtl torincrl> A Manufacture, of Pultcji- ifiHltlnjs llttnceru, tU. Patterns Cablings, anil fljaUnnt. Work to older vUNKLKK SHIKT CO., 205 anil tenter sued, Manului tttiers of tin and 'liunlcHk" (lurleet llttnu bhirto onaah in all lending furnishing and do gooib hoiidcu 111 Dunkirk. UlTNKUiK CANDI OKKS, K Ihinl sticet MAnnfacturcr of i'nie Home Mnde (Jaud eu rrteli ever, daj M I.oCb Dr. TOOMEV, 4M .tint Lion strict. in I- loui, fcewl, alt. limed llay. Phot clc uetabliehud, iS77 r'KLE HOTKL and uinin? Saloon, Union S2j access to all aud liotmcs. Hest acconiinodulioni) for Com xercial 'Iravelcra. John J. Murphy, Prop. EIILEKS A CO., and 99 K Third utrce-L Fine Fmniture, Cabinet Ware and Up noletering Picture Frarnoa made to order SIATTEisON ft CO., 301 Centril Avc Lf i lersol fashion and Gentlemen Oiuflttera T I> TA1LORLNO. E. A. Sitljcr, 226 Center etroct. H AUt-LI. JSTE-VM itEATlNa CO.. M .nufacturcru of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing II OHE STEAM LAUNDRY. our sptualties Fine Shirts. lOc, i'oilars ic Cuffs, and Lace Curtains. 1 ree er> V U Cumminge, 207 Center street f T 1C. OPIIM, h Third st, cor ol BufTilo W uuif it tin tr ami tlca'er in Fine Btwts A Sfco REMJ1 WEILEB'S NEIT STORE, IW K rimdrtt Itooks.btationerv, Muuieal In ir citrvilnt jirrtuiniHg to a re. M Itooks a IiMl I'HINTINO of lUsciiplionanct i l H c-l IH by I unknk Printing Co tuaml 10 t bccjnd H IAN I1UREV A SON, Life -ui Hii'l l_.tneral Inaurac't Deal nli. h-t.itfc anj 1'ar.icula i t n j to (he of proiioro collect .in 219 enter St., imt lloor Hit PHAJUIACI, 300 Avenue H M Wall 1'niwr Pa nts. Oils, I J. W., JL jo-l Center street, Mtnufutii 01 and .It i fi in Hat ness, bad lea i lei volin-, liurks. Ruff Kuliei scCt Uij' i li7 1 ion -.trcet. A speuiltv mile of Military Plum jnj i- ittn g guar P SCHOLTi'.S, .1 17 Thinl scrtict. rvhion iblt Tului. O-mUleraci. will dnditt k mr a Han cage to call on mebeforo pnrchasm L w here 1) B. CAKV CO., Lion street. Mineral IIinlwnre.VMiite Ix. Painter' Suupliee oil Ciotha. Ware. A special SherwinWilbamsPa-titand Monroe KULING, such as olank-books, ledgers, an 1 kiiuU oi ulauks at Dunkirk Prtu'mg Company, aud 10 fc. Second MOI.WENHAUEIt, Cor Third and Buffalo Sts in l.rinitp, Marble, Flagging an Bu.iil ne blonc. Csll on me buyin our ilk RISLEY ft CO., 7 and 9 Fast Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies Liquor Store lor Family ROBERT M-KAT. Lion strct t, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Lucry Stabl by the daj or week on reaeouab terms. C. JONKS, K Thinlst.cor Dnr .xcclsior Meat MmMt Kmti M" an Meats, Llid, OysU rs an .iry. _ oul PKOPLE'S DUX STOKJSJ eyl Block, Dunkirk, Wood's Illot k, t re loam ___ John C. I'niloui jyATCHKS, JKWEUSY, St. Buy tin Anroia Kailrna 1 itch Iti pairing a flueuiltv Frank V Htiipt HI I thirl st TM. MODKKK, Men liant Tailor, ________310 Central Avenue T KOLI'II, M, p., phiHiimii and snr- Keon OIUic, 211 O  PECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AN fil.lt emrtfitir inuti tu han 'T <1 e r-olhnx fmeoialtHH '-nlun ft- m nrt Apjdv ai on o IT j jiiuish posiiion I nil UN I UN A LO J mpno JAI.KSMKN. Winit  t of TIIE DKADIY MIOIIO OMMI'RMJ M B VCTI-KIA in rmlinal disci cs cho'cri, cnnsum tioi, in rrnal is s in i so yn i is its is a (jtrinituli. th H U is an UM LI I) A book c ju U be wnltcn of its nd in her o tcstimoin its, but it is ouh ni I.LSS o ict on upon the luui hlcnul am intl to rt ili7t Is use in rt majority :tf theilli tlmt lUhihls IH ii tu nml tluit no fnniil> (ihnultl oer be u Ithoiit 1 to tlio of t SnLK A IM (tAll HH 11 US IN llfl- Hrtl M Stnd io on h) k Addiess JR H DK! Ncu Prof. Loisette's MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In of adnlterated {mtUtiona which miss tlie Iheory rvod practical results of the Unmiuil in epitji ot the erossesf mmreprosentations by enrionn would be titon, and in spite of attenn to rob" nun of the fruit of hiB labors (all of which demonstrate tho undoubted duueriority and popularity ol Prof Art of Never forgetting w rot-oRnize 1 to-day in botli Ilemiipheres as marking nn Epoi in Memory Culture His Prospectus (sent pout free) KITS s opinions of people in all parts of the globe who tmieait- studied his System oorresptrndence Bhowme that his System is used only while ociriff studied nn that any book ean be lew-wain a i lunmand TeutJinonuls Prof. A. 237 Fifth Avenue. N. Y C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, Mvnf ST., nirrvLO, N. v. VLI n IN I _ and Sllvm Ijtnthi r f.oods, Ktc. ItKGQS (.nrilf. OSLI MVAN IJLl KI ton, headcil thu line Ik-hm 1 him (junr- I) m glilm, a half IKI urns luif j HH tl upon fan It vv is (ippttrt nt I every ubstM v i that lie bn 1 lervcl foi tlie 01 Ual Ni xt t une O Sulln in Ins jawb com pi LSSI 1 an I flniri i s >f ln-> i bun 1 ru rvotislv at his inustpiclif i Mdrtin Hurko him li ul tho k of stolid in icnce ttuitlnml worn tin mighout the trul Littlo Kui vc> iho InHi. m line, wus> us iiHiiiil HIM i. nu 
  • bard stood at the leir of the deputies with sovoi al omi ers in citiyr-iis' cl >thes w hile Sheriff Matron stood at tbe Imnd cor nor of tbe beiuh close hy tht Aitor nej Forieit immcdiattly cnitred a motion for a new trial for Buikt ani C and in the of Auointy Donahoe for O'SulliVHii and Tbe court then thnnked the turn- Ing to the state's attorney siud "As to the pi Btggs of tourse he will stand dio chaiged, nt, tneie is nothing against him, I btlieve Ihe jurj will also be dibthaiged and Tbe prist nei lenuinded to jail "Btiuro tho piuohki'8' Hie said REID, J. W.. 134 Center street, uealer In Muaical IuetrameDt8 and Sowint- Machines. We make a specialty of first claw makes of Pianos and Farrand A Yotey Organs. CAM j. orFFORD, 301 Csntrai Am (Up n General Insurance and Heal Estate nt. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock A COVPLETE LIAK OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, Oppoaitc Iroquois Hotel. Mi I" uri ju upliv Jim s fit "I desire to in a ntoli 11 I tl >uKht I would until tbt, jury Has tils haigp bffore i d iv wt f say I am inno turs ison mini fni tins it is a slmim Ixjiiguim Ucr H< t witix to ir tint I was in Lako Vitw N hui thu joint K f Iwcarii' t f >r filing a ii foi a m w tilu! tin in it U i 1 i 01 sid tliu oui t on ibe 3 ,lh of Jiniii J i IKH line 1 tli n an lloui (1 tl tt tli urn< d until Iin 1, uni kfl tilt 1) Nth 111 DIIIN T 1 XI 1 CI IT AHu llu jun bnl KIHUI li h'H nn agi II 1 v th n i men of bis nt ijiiHintani i 1< 111'1 surj i iso of all of th. in 1 f s ud h d I n t i V) t the vti'lict as rutfh i 1 h 1 ol t 1 f xpl mat ion of hm n us 11 n r ii tlu r th ai hu v, is p ss n of KUiH mid llmt be would L 1 im fin Jiu sotno IIIIK in th fiittil I Ills IM us TAhl N TO 1AII AlUi !h d tto fi i h tho argument for n m xv tn il will 1 nmdu wits fUtd The pi is cids II w M huilli 1 finin till (oui H nil to til j 111 111 y wt Id slll- i n i 1 t Ic tf I iv s and biu 11 IK, I y in in ot u In in w is th ii Highly ni nifrl As ongh tin pass I nli lit; IVH s I sonip o! 1 f i lends inthi ci w ti wui n staring at him in a ui i uis tnd ho sitlutpd thorn if tin hind Insjncii anil Annuls ti nun 1 u i-il> nlonp; tlu> I i_; steel flit f tin i ul )pon an 1 tin Ollttro pai t pass. 1 in ic i tit n tlio g itu wa-s lo dunlin li id eluij; ind ill piisonpu UK si nt fi >n> t i f ni i il i u IlniUo un 111! I li 1 to Illn d putlilLllt USi'utiw i tiktu to thin (i IN au I I K 1 1 up UP H IM. I Ills I f 1 Uf pai 1 u In H f nit to b sTi'll lo gather s n n in kols lie hn 1 thin an 1 then ho h in i> d d t tin, olh N In I oho signed a lio ktlut uiia jltuid b f ti o bun V mo ntlitii b "fib Iiuiallj m tho bands of bis fi lends closed thojiil j-inl a littlo infill i in f )i vv tid t nn t bun Ibe that ev t Oi i >um s 1 prt-scueo in 11 N ill (.Itik.n when in fact his inuidii isw i j 1114 his niutj iff 1 body lu the 1 mink arm an I 1 i 111 d luin tin the uaitmjf, nif; i i t j a t ai 11 tni that wus stall Inifr at th mil if Ini w ilk Many Jndnu, wbii i >i in (lion tl jdpf iisn tiioveinont has nlu n pi nm nt h Ipnl B into tbo ver I'ostor took hint Icsid bsthtut ui 1 thoii Muiphynud Inn mil 1 Amis pdel in In lib nun t Ij nn 1 signalli 1 the liueitohuny a" ty I HI- H t KN IM I II The'lilt no p it} poiedol to tho of Mmph} iV en Llitik street A large of Ii isninon woie there to iniet tin m ai 1 Iho esiappd m ui anotlrr f foi uiailj (no hours wlini Ins c tlm in ai d mfoi nu d bun tlu t ho was hie at h in S vnnloftlio juiois wtro mtoi nt their In mis but all of tlu in do ttnultosai luitli'r than tint jll i son tlen ninteis m tl i, inry rojin was the iiuiist bnsb A n solution was passt to disc ,xo IK that had tians bpiiid ill the juiy l inn (JIIB jtnor said [Lo r< nsoit ft i so n lilaj in rf u 1 a ver flu t WHS ill it tie juiy hail wahl the I'l till muss uf ni I inn fust t d.lllg It I p [w ii u lull anil then as- apph .1 to cadi do fi u iant Jnijmaii "Noith w bf n tr-Le 1 w hy a hfo sentenio n id of tbo death penalty had heeu guiu to ('oun'liliii, liuiko and l (JSullnan siud tboio weie scvc'lal )ireee- l dents foi suth a vt i diet THE PLAYERS' LEAGUE. FIRST DAY S MEETING SESSION IN NEW OF THE YORK. Constitution anil lly-Lawii Tliey Utrter In Manj Pol from Tliaiv of tlie National I tit; I of I'Ujorm Nww Under ContraLt Col. Klertfd Othei Ofllccrii. ISpwYoiK DPC 17 meeting of the s uf tbo Finyers' National League tlid not Ijej-in at 1 L lock josterdivy as ex pi ctul as ibe members of the Brooklyn club wtre coopol up m a meeting of their own All s vvero present on time, bow- 1 1 including rtmporaiy Chaniiinri John son. Iho ott ng of the Brooklyn t lub was over nt no in Ihe ollic< ra eUctui were Presi- dent, Wendf 11 Goodwin, vioa president, E Lmtnn J J Wallace treasurer, U M riiaumev, Uirw tors, Wendell Good- win, 1 F T luton, Chauocey and John M Unid As a )on as the result of the Brooklyn ment- inj; MILS kmmn tho sail adjourned to pailoi Fifth Avenue hotol and aftor the dooi waswjcuinly lockwd hairmaii Johnson i tho riHMitmg to 01 dtr an 1 be- gan mnnediaUlv HAT WAS DONTC It was twenty minutes past live before a rp( vrns takim nnd Secretary John ar 1 told about w hut had been done After tbo tfjdeiitinU wero ptesented and the mln ute-i i f ad and adnptod, the adoption of the constitution was tal en up Col Me A) pin, chad man uf tho committee on cointltutlon and bj Jaws rt'ad tho ropoi t It dis- cussed ami adopted tion by section, witb only a ft w minor LOI in ow nrk and the March meeting elmv where 7hBsmietaryTssaliuy Is to bo !iiK) with a omul of tJj He must lie an out- fildoi mnmlKjrs must receive a three- tjiiarter voto an I apphciitions for member- shin must bo hlmi Hixty days bofoie a nifi Clubs may be expUlod for faduro f institution or to pay yjarly duo-s to pay snUno-ior visiting club s almre of tho n cup I to play H ch b ti 01 liquor, pool soiling, open betting, pla> ins with di'-qtuiliiled clubs throwing panics on .Sun lay, for disbanding tho ilion and failuio to comply with obligations and ontrai ts as a member of tho It Jheieis no pHfimiuiy punishment 01 f( ifeits foi not com pH ing with the rules A CRAZY BOHEMIAN He Iternnien Violent And Attempts tu Murder fill Children. NEW YORK, Dec 17 Kracko, a Bohommu carpenter, who had boen out of work for gone time, but bad neuirtx) ployment yesterday, crozy on turning tiume last night and attempted to kill Lu family He fiixt attacked his wife, who suixeodttl lu esrapmg to the rooms of another ot'iupnnt of ths teneineut house wliure they Iti9 Avenue A Kraok then seized his 8-year-oli sou Kildie and tin ow him out of the third story window His daughter Wilhelmlua aged quickly followed Fortunately both cbildieu struck against a railing and Mk upon the flooi of the tire escape Mis VHccko managed to pull them into tbe window of the adjoining opal tment where she was hiding, but Wil beltuiim in her fright ran Into tbe hull Hor father pursued her down stturs and, catchmg her IB tha yard, kiawd bur and then her violently down upon tho flagging By this tune novel al men wero trying to capture the lunatic, but he fought like a tiijer, ami breaking away, attacked Mr and Mra Friedmau, who live ill the name house They were badly biulaed by bis blows He was finally overpowered and dragged to the police station Here his struggles were HO violent that he broke tho with which he was bound and tore his clothoe and pulled handfuls of hair from Ills head before tho olllcors toultl get a straight jaikvt on him He was tbim tuken to Bollevue hospital 1 ho children were not seriouitly injured Memiugos Nut Taxable. WAHHINO TOT, Dec 17 be mipi omo court of tho United Slates hue rentturnd an opmion in tbe case of tbn VVcetorn Union lelagraph company against tlie Beerot-nrv' of gtate of Alabama and other state ofllcoru Ilia question involvwl is the constitution- ality of a law of Alabama imposing a tax upon tho grohs receipts of all telegraph com- panies for busi ne uone within tho state Undei this act the telegraph company was taxed, only on dono entirely within tlm utoto, but on seat to or received from ofhar The court in an opinion by Justice Miller saya that it is hardly woi th while ta make any dtsctiwion about the matter, as tho court has or tight tunes within as many years decided t hiit tnt ssnges sent fi om ona slate into another aie not subject fo taxation not HUBS it would be au mViteinitm unh mkjiatate connneicu Accused of Fn4ud. AUBUIUT, N Y Deo 17 -Davl.l Wolff, propi mtoi of "Fho Fan" in this which was clobud up by hhui iir on claims amounting to about f i5 000, has been ar- rested on an order ISMUIK! by Law- lenco of tbo supremo court of New Yoik on complaint of Homy Ftra of Maiden Lane, New Yoi k city iho complariantu clumi thatm July lane ho sold Wolll 100 worth of diamonds He was somowhat doubtful of r-j oraiamoniN He wiw somuwhat doubtful o rtcelpls and n ,hol t tlma i.mpionship game for tn8 (ne but WolIT lefusec sed to relonso thum Wolff claims tbnt the above state n lentil are false His bail was plated at artiign by tbo C imimltlof WASIIINOTON, Doc 17 1'lie and moans uf tbe hoiiso has ai rangn iy niombor can lie dismissed between one a schedule of hearing of lupresontafivesof "That tho lomlomrs Think Los or N Dul} oom m Tiling i n the of tli jmviii the ti inn (nil "Thuo of tho vilest w it s i 1. tt mil ui K o 1 Mibstunlul jusMic Iho PX pn sst 3 sui pi ut tlu) veidi< t hn i-, thank ful for sm dl nun us iho 1 Should tht tnsero ultmatnoi n ing uf inn public opinion to tbo ti no chaint t( i of tnt t Inn n i Oiul the mm lor of Li u u nut h ivo b en )lly in Assiulti'tl n Man NFW IKK UPC 17 m in rnlli I at the ofltc of Dentist H Ddamit r at Mad bon n% uue in 1 I on 1 strei I, t have a to' !h nttei di 1 lo, and while tlir doctor's ba< k is tnin 1 siim k him ov lft) i r tinployt 1 b> it tho hulary flxitl by Imcxiitii t upon his reijutHt and that thtro bu r uso I a fund of g4J 00 1 to be coutrlbutt d to th j n this Ii (qua! share anj shaio t) 'w p the tr a.suier of the Imifj it ns ft giuinmtco fur tlic rfomiant H by t K li inenib r ot tins league of its couuacts to pay balai u The duos of its each club aggregating 000 yoaily will Ite used to pay the salaries and otht i expenses of the league Follow ins n a coniplote list of the players who bare signed with the PJayeis' National hwing, Radhourue, Darling, Brown, Kil- roy, Fa i roll, Kctfe Uailey, Boyle, Crane, Swett Fenner, O'Day, Brouthers, Baldwin, onnor Qiiinn, Dwver, 0 Richardson, Is ash, Whitnt y, H RichanLson, Bartson, Pttffcr, O'Hourko, htovey, Williamson, Gore, Kelly, Latham, Slattery, Bastian, Mjlltgan, Ciosa, Hall man, Bufllnton, San Icrs, Foreman, Cunningham, Husted, Fan ar, Myers, Shindle, Mulvoy, Wood, Thompson, Clemen ta, Delohanty, Faatz, htncker, dimmer, Butch ffe, Snyder. O'Brien, Iliklcy, Uiubtr Twitchell MrAleer, Kad- foid Larkm McKpan, Van Haltren, Kvan, O'Connor, CooK, Weyhing, AInrphy Tnrker, Bierbauer, Basse tt, Beery, Andiews MtUeacby, Mack, Clark, Fereon, Ki ork, Keefe (Washington) Carney, Wise, the various interchts of country that are inteiested In tha tanll question. Tho RtHedule is as follows MetaU ores and coal, Due 20, Dec 38, chomleals, Dec 30, eaithein anil glasswaio, Dec 'il, wool, Jan mamifaUtiles of wool Jan flax, cot ton goods, Jan 4, bilk, Jun fi, tobucro, ciffai-., snufT, wires ami Jan 7, pi o- felons and fur in piodurts, Jan 8, sundiiett, JHII woo 1, wyodLiiwara, bookn, pupei, Jan 10 Compelled lo N Y, Dec to Tscape Hfn lafe. "V ORK Peo 17 for the Japai -e.JuK'o "bo was sentenced to be put to u li nc< n inij? 'o law v, i tin n a c pri 11 tlj judi Lial fniu '.MI of In i what tlic 1 is u Chlldipii IMoi.md. PiATTsriivf. Y Dtc i" tho 11 11 ol i on of 1 kid i of Lhnm plfiin vass --K iti on tlu> i np'ir that pmce he bioUt, thio igh the HK 14 yeai-old sistoi wjs on tlie lai k and seeing bis peril shf hui i icd t) his as.sHtunee ihe boy in his struggles di the gn 1 the wj.tor and both wciedi owned Ibtn bodies have been Tiiil of an Allowed Einbe77ler. Dec 17 1 d on the chaigo of embezzling from an Omaha ttrm was airatgued f or pre- liminary hiuing, but wis granted a contm uanoe in bon Is of SJ >OD OfOceis from Omuhft nro now on the waj to ttiia city with requisition Soriow at Mr Gown's Death PniLADtn HIA, Dec boird of manageis ot the leading lailroad have adopttd resolutions expressing soiiow for Mi Gowen's dtath Tbe ppnfinl offices will bo di uped lu mourning until Jan 1. 17-Tho Third bnuk of Molone closed itadoora yes Unlay Notice was posted that depositors would be paid m full The suspension wan not unexpex tod Tho ba.ik Id a axuounfc of tho papei of tbo Sniuon Ulvei Paper company, and extension accorded company three months ago by lioston and New Ydik paitias afforded no lobofto the bank The banking dppaitmentiit Wash- ington has hceii noli fled and an examiner will be bent ou to wind the institution up Operation ou Mr. Bui rett'n Throat. HosroN, Die Dr H II Kichardion successfully upon Mr Lawren Hjirrott's thi oat removing fifty of the lymphatic glands Mr Banett easily ral- lied from the effects of the operation, and it is believed that the trouble with tho glan from which he haa Buffered more or Iwi at internals for yeat s, has now boon perma- nently obviated Mr Barrett m oxper-ted to be out in a few and when convalescent will pi oeoed to a German watering place foi u season of lust and lecreation A Hank NASHVII.LK, Ilnuk of Gtillatm, in Gallatin, Summer county, hai assigned The abHiits are about the liabilities nbo'it MO (XXI. Nearly all the J Irwin, lute, Hoy, Boacher, Fields, Mil- bumner county officiate and umny business men weie depositors The clurtor of the bank expires lu Mai eh, 18'Nl, nntl the failure was due to tho fact that thu hank cannot Iti, Stalej Gahln, Maul, Moiris, Beckloy, Dunlap, Kuchne, Hanlou Tho toll iwing are reported to have signed Clements, Dele- GROSS EXAGGERATION. PORTUGUESE OFFICIALS SO CHAR- ACTERIZE AFRICAN REPORTS. .n Kipeoted Quickly In Pluto of PortuguMe Kn- Durlay I-ontton Vot Ou Vrgcd to Secure Uthnr Work. LONDON, Dec. 17 London and vinclal prew are bristling witft dtnunclatorr and on attitude of Portugal In But and government far can be u a similar utaUi of indignation, It U difficult o nee how prompt ofttclal action In the mat- ter can be avoided, or how such action caa re-ult otheiwuw than in the complete back- lown ot Portugal The PortugueM ofOctali here as well ai at Lisbon declare that puits of Bcrpa 1'mto'i action bave grossly exaggerated by Consul Johnston hoito iuformatioQ conaista whorly of a n in hied mass of nude by fright- eued or otherwise mentollj warped nis.sionaries. However thin may be It la un- deniable Unit Pinto has been grating ID for- lidden pastures and that hifl opportunity to commit hU qnuslionahle acts waa obtained through fiaud, docelt and falwhood, (or tho i'oi tuguese government must ana- '81 DEATHS IN THE TOO. During tha almost unpreoented fog which uug over London on Friday eleven penone weio drowned in various parta of tbe city the metropolis by unconsciously walking nto tbe river, canals or docki and a larger wore seriously Injured by falling nto n llai-a, excavations, etc., or through Ming knotked down and run over bj 'ehicles UROKD TO KITURN TO WORK. The striking gas etokcrs have suocewied In collecting very little money toward support- tig their hopeless fight against tbe company and their leaders are now aa earnestly advie- ng the misguided men to work else- where an they were several days af o counael- ng them to abandon their employment and orce the masters Into compliance with their rather exorbitant demands. Tbe advice Is fotMl, but somewhat tardy, aa, though there was never chances of victory for tbe he place of every man who went out has >oen filled for tievei al days and the company could not reinstate the old bads it It would It In htatoil that tbe rabment at Iti meeting yesterday devoted most of the session tocon- ndiiratloii of a local government tchsms for [reland which, it U atuerted, embodies many of the provisions Liberal leaders have repeatedly declared themselves to In !avor of The Kuftstnn government has decided, after much deliberation, to appoint technical at- taches to the Russian embassies at London and the continental capitals, the additions to jo made immediately 1 his course is adopted with n viuw of obtaining (he best possible In- formation of tlie progress ot science, art, mechanics, etc in other countries, lo the ultimate Improvement of similar pursuits .nd industries In Russia The Itffliaii government has sent a strong force of troops to Lombardy to quell tbe re- volt of the peasantry which Is Imminent In that piov.nce THE AFRICAN TROUBLES. 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We wimlil press upon Pa tbe making thoir selcctloiie txi'lj r-otni blv, thun I oitcr chatt f H'IHU to avoid the Incvilk'iU h a lately Kcforu A Iniants' wear can be f> t.1 iiiiinense collection. .it I u fan Hand matle, luug or sh Li'ggins, Infants' Toilet Ac.' it Novelty uesortuiont of flue Uaohuiere and Bilk Mufflers, Ladies' beautiful Fascinators, Handsome fancy illow Ware, for Useful Cbiistmas Tokens. Open iiiiill 10 o'clock. Cboioe Selection of fancy Box Mote Paper, bait Silk 1'lueh Cloaki, Mew Md Huusablo Pluitb Cloaki and Wupi. M nbout one half Price. A rare Bargain. Clilidren'R fl.0> Oeuulne Paptr Nap- kiuo inbeautlfall aas or W dWlgiM and nil rbcaper forHoliilay than ibe regular linen Erie Store, H.illilaj FT position Mitsui of Toys, Games, and Novelties. SERIOUS EFFECTS or th. MeraaatU of I PHOVIDEHCB, Deo. day to probable effect upon tbe rubber business of this country and In Para by (ranting ot special to the CompanhU Maraantll by tba i clal of Para, 1 of Wonnsccket Rubber oompany saiilks) to warrant our government la taking a> 4a> elded poiltlon. Baron de OonderU, head t at oompany, aald, sueoeaJad in at Mupama to await the arrival of obtaining a rsduoMob of I par to Merpa I into eiport duty, guarantMlng that ttw .hall remain at or blglier. Wltbtfee says that two Englishmen reports that six chiefs had combined under the lead of Melaure to make war upon nominal of rubber 66 ewta, a loss to our of a nert, the Portuguese Re concludos hy eipresslng wbloh w. cannot stead, and liope that the Portuguese government will clfLttually Mcattor the iiuurgente The re- jxirt that Horpa Pinto'n force fa Ktrong, LS oiltcfally bore, and the ftaaertion la made, aim officially, that be baa only badly arniml negroes under bU command 'I he Hume authority that England was fully adviued of Pluto's expedition. Tho Went Knd Scandal Inquiry. IvONDnTf, Dec 17 secret conference vrns held before the magistrate of tbe Bow Ktroet polire court in which the crown law- >ora in the fane of the West End club scan- nln, the boys committed to jail for connec- tion therewith and several Dew witnesses Koreheaid It IB believed that as s result of the htijring additional warrants of arrest hiivo been uuued against persons hitherto un- of complicity in tbe crimes alleged. make a clear title to a cotton Cut toiy until June, 18'K) Ihe factory was
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