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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 18, 1889, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. N. DECEMBER 1889. NO. 112. KK1-HESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK.. u I I MNG MACHINE for ruling f H the latent addition to Krii.irtineul of Printing Company. and Wood Yard. 7W uHKMite Nic-kel Plato i i irradM ot liurd and Soft I..I and Free oj for wholesale Jt Center street. Canned etc ovens' Electric Bread recciveO J.V. M. Practical GIN -u-iim Fitter. Social attention nrv HHiiiiliing. Kslimatea i.ii Steam Heating 'i-i. 11 E. Third BtreeL onfinMfxf TC. JUNES. 75 K. Third cor. Deer. Kiceliior Meat Market. Salt an-' sniokeU OyHtera and VROPL.K'8 WRY STOKK8. Ueyl Wood's _________ John G. Parlour. jfcc. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. _____Frank F. gtapf. wl K. Tfnnl fit. imritt. Merchant ___ 316 Central Avenue O T. plij-Bk-Kin an.t BHr- IV. goon. 21A Central over Lyon'8 dt ug Btore. Olllce ilto 10 a. M4 and 7 ton lo a. m. Avenue. Telephone No. may h'ft at I.Tons dni'i itoro. niKhtnr anil will lie pronnith ilo- livured und nttcinlud to. CHANGING THE RULES. WORK OF YESTERDAY'S SESSION OF THE PLAYERS' LEAGUE. K. an'l I. rmooitraplier. a s Central Are Instantttneout JtalneB a specialty. SUlcrt w.iit for sunamue except foi I.OOK IBVINO. Pro- r NO K. Second near Bui- i luinkirk. N. Mu i- buu ml in ail styles. aiuii'letl to. All work guaranteed. iuHMt'4 CUOCKXEY HOUSE. K Central Avenue. vu 'etv.ei.ml retail dealer in Imported anfi jr.mr-iir i lima. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT eniTK'utli- limn lo fitilarv start. Apply lit once if on iih position I'. 1C-.TON hiiijurc N. V W wuntwi ut i.ouni or Travclinir. Pav. stuiidt Work. Mock Wnrrantcd. SelluiK Spcrniitics. Kree. Kxpcrience UnncccHsary. -i AH.K.Witn- N. Y. OTODDAItT I'utciil lil.l 7ih C.opp I s Pnli'ht and He lui-uuri Murks U-rcil All PjitcuL lor Ki'os. Iiifnriii.'ilioii A Double Umpire System liox to be Tut Further An ay from tlie rHngemeutK for looking After the I'lttjerV KlghU. NEW Dec. general conven- tion of the 1'layers' league assembled in par- lor Fifth Avenue unU Benjamin Hilt of Julien Hart of William Ewiug of New John Ward of Brooklyn and Fred PftjfTer composing the playing rules convened in a private room tlio transfiction ot their Tho eiicrul convention resurnod its work on tho DOIIbtltlltHon. At p in. the gencrul convention took recess. Up to thrit tune nothing had brscii one Ixjyonil discussion of the various clauses if the constitution. The only in-ws tlmt lolffrnteH litttl to out was that Michntl J. Griflln. tho centre fielder for tho old IJalti- nory hnd H a eonCrnct with tho brotherhood Huh. The Kfiill'Mncn in conjunction 'resident will form tlie lepjftl ot the tu-w aro J. W. l u hem on G H M TAflJUA II per day. linaidmg stable in connection. Victor i'l.'. aii'l 337 Liuu street. iITl HAKBEK SHOP I I hns. i l.tikc Slu.re National ..V.tr A flue stock ol ami Domestic Ugam.__________ KI.SK1.1N SON. I uenter I'M Meal Particular atlcntiOM i Shoeing of rou'1 K tr 'UiiiK horacs a spuoialty. .INK1KK KVKNINti OHSEKYKK. 1-ariccst Daily in the County. An lUlvejUbing meiUum. I ENGINEERING COMPANV Foriper.y tiellew A I'opple. Pulleys si.4it.il..' etc. I'atusrno. and Aittciiiue Work to order. 1 SHIRT 205 anil U Ueiuer Manufacturers of thi and perfect flttlnji Uri.-a bhirtB. on sale in nil lending ftud dry IIOUHCS m SEANDSST MODERM DISCOVERY Triumph of Pharmacy. Th. only true pructkal EUXIK OF MFK HlCAliTII IitTNKlKK CANDV M h. Thinl street. Sl.imitneturerof I'uru Home Caoilien- day. M. I.oeb. F. ti'A and 4.'IC Lion ilf-r m llnlttd Hay. Phos- etc. Itfil. h- j IK UOTKL and Union Kusy accesa to all trains and bus- iiounvs. Kual nccommwliiuims for Com tl Irurelers. John J. Prop. HI. KKS ft H7 und 99 E Tb.rd stroet. r.nc Furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up- in aiering. 1'iolurc Frames made to order. L' MATTESON 301 Central Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters MERCHANT TAU.OR1NQ. K. A. Center street. n AKKLI. STKAM UCATINO CO.. ariurers ol Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OHK STKAM Fine anU Lac-e Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A W. 207 Center street. K. Tlunl cor. ol Uuffalo. i dcaierin Fine Boots A uf II FMIY WKILER'S NBW m K ll I -a. Stationery. Musical In- Fapere HP I ricrul.ii'kr to a first vitas book Tt. M IMHI. a specialty. I on I'KiNTING of every description ami at rules by Jmnkuk Printing Hand 10 H. VAN HURKN Fire lent General 'i S.- .11 ttiul Par'aculni tiii-cireol collect t ri 21U Bt.. 2nd door. 'M Central Avenue for Wall Taper Ac. J. Center direct. M .-'alarinrer dealer tn Uiiftalo .Mittens ami Sluisch ttobee. T. W. Murray. Linn specialty mailo ot Sanitary .linn ml UM Kitting. WorkuuiiiBltip guar- U one that promot -s digestion. tlic- clciinsci the purilifs h stimulates brain and nerves wi hout hijiirl a-ul one th.r may hu aliki lulult inf.nt in.id. viir rum or hud sweetened und cl muler the li les of product ftVcU l.ir wurse th.m lh-j disease lor whiLh arc t.ikcn. Vliiejriw Hitters UfijMiro It hout n blond jin rifle i without tt liver tonic without and stiimihui without alcohol. lie o ilv luciliiinu with poucrs In tho world. A OKNUINK IKMPUItAM'E fur surpassing alcohol in any bh.ipc as it Hiiyht be called incj it invigorates di seer- ti spir.Uion and .ill functions whereby liti.- is innint.iined we literally take it vitality in It is not too much lo usscrt that Vhit-gar nut .mil crpart or compound with Miinlur irtucs luib uvu n known. is romarkRhle for nothing lic iinniortnl lied the productitm of the- mixlu'itiiil Iniitu roots and licros of utnch I'm IJitt-Ts is cornp Many ot them used hy the Ituli ins the mcdi proitssion in the treatment of chills and ft-vtrt- liver kidney j.iun skin Arc too numerous to hut tiisily understood when he .iCtion of the Bitters on is remembered 'Ihe Uiicovery w.is partly uci'ideti- Ul but the present I'EHKKCT ItlTTEUa 18 THE ItBSULT OF BCIBXCK. Millions of have and idly durlrg the pait quarter of a the wonderful s-.uccss of tills 1'IIENOMKNATi TONIC OP THE WOULD. In order to nvet every two fcriiuilns of the same ingredients are now pu up. THE OLD STVLK IS HI AND MOUK CATIIAIITIC. THE I'LKASANT TO TIIK ADAPTKD TO DEM C'ATK WOMEN AND CHTUHiKN. Tlieie is no disease of low fdehihty of or nervous prostration for which VINKCUII ntTTEItS 18 NOT nnd its Angular fwwer ovr the lower uiganLsins renders it Uie implauib'e foe of THE DEADLY MICUO AND OMN1PUESENT BACTKIIIA in malarial in- .ernal so jjrea1. is its power as a germicide that it is an UNEQUALLED VKIIMIFUGE. A hook cou'd he written of its and an- oiher of but it is only ntccssjtry to i s jjriicr.il action upon the brain and to re.tlUe its in n of the that flenli Itt liflr ami tltttt no family should ewr bo without a hortU- nf OLD KKW STYLE VINKOAH HITTIiUS IN TIIK HOL'SF. Send for our Ladies' 'Address K. H. MCDONALD co- New York. Prof. Loisette's MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In i lh ili-r Slice of Hart of UustfJii nml J. of BtooUlyu. A DOCIJIK VJIPIltJi SYSTEM. Shortly nftor fi o'clock tho genoni tion took anottiLT Thu delojrutes htul Htloptcil ar.et of Ijy-luwq and rcceivetl and Hissed favorably ujjon tin1 report of the com- mittee on playing rules. These difTer materially from those of the Nutionnl They for n double umpire system and place the position of the pitcher's box brick a foot and a half further from the home plate. It provides that thero shall two umpires at One of tho will stuuil behind the bat and will be desig- nated as 1. Tho other will o flic-late in the Held and be known No. 'J. The duties of 1 will he to call lead intentional fouling nnd deride fill nrising at tbe homM No. -J will decide all other unsing betwoen the contest- ants in any game. 'Ihe pitcher's box will be fi by 4 and its for- ward line 51 feet from tho homo plate. Tlie bull to usid is manufactured by Tim Kecfe and i.s dctiL'Ufited an the choice of the league. AH the rules which provided for the catcher's lines behind tho homo plate wore wiped as tho lines were deemed uu- necessary. Section of old rule in which tho batsman got tlie beneilt of long hita that brought in winning runs was also douo avvuy with. Rule sf-ction is worded so na to allow substitutes to bo used This chunge wua also adopted recently bytlm National league. section provides that a run fatch a bail tmywuy but m his hut or or en p. The rest of tho rules arc tho same as those adopted by the National league. The Stulo Trust company of Now York was selected a-s tho repository of the guaran- tee fund of tho league. U.VIFOKMH FOR THE CLUBS. The clubs wore instructed to select the colors for their uniforms and send in their choice to Secretary Brunoll. Each club empowered to select and purchase its own uniforms subject to the color conditions of the league. Tho secretary was instructed to make pro- visions for eiRht and the matter of tlio distribution of the prize fund was re- forrcyj to the playing rules committee with instructions to report nt tho March meeting. A. L. Moses Shire aud Edward Andrews were appointed a committee ou printing nud nnd Mesbrs. Ward and Adtiison as n finance committee. It TPUH announced that during the day Arthur the former captain of the hud signed with the Boston and that Con Daily of the Indianapolis club had contracted with the THE LAW COMMITTEK'S REPORT. The report of the law committee was the first matter taken up at the evening By its adoption Judge Henry Bacon was en- gaged as the general counsel for the with power to employ tlio best legal talent in the various cities at his owu discretion. Judge B icon was instructed to carry on noi only a but nn aggressive cam- and Secretary Brunnell was ordered to meet all of the expenses out of the general fund. Chairman Van Der Slice of the committee reported that two of the ablest lawyers in Philadelphia bad already been engaged for the oases of Bufunton and The constitution and articles of agreement were adopted and signed for the clubs by their representatives on tlie board of direc- tors. The convention then adjourned until March. No communication was received from the St. Louis club in relation to an application for nnd it is likely that thero NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED. Judge Case Prnvftkrs ft Spirited is in secret session yesterday confirmed a largo number of The only nomina- tion which debated at any length wan that of Judge to be associate justice of the United Ktates supreme court. More than an hour wns devoted to this and it went over finally without action. Thu general impression is that it will be con- ilrrm-d in tho session to-day. The objections to Judge Brewer were nrndo public feoniB timy ago. Moro than four yours agohe decided Uie celebrated Kansas brewery in which the state sought to close up tho under a prohibitory law Judpe Brewi-r in tho Mugler that thf state t-'iulii clrw up n man's business without paying him for tho ulant and the vahif of lhn as well. This ilpci-iion was revurvd by the supreme rnurlot the Tinted which lu-ld that it WHS within the of tho state to clove up bn-ucrn's vuthuut compensa- tion to their the decision being based on tho pi mcipli1- si-ill forth in the dctiiion of the colchrntcd New Oilcans shiujxhu-r iiouse oases. Sinn- his nominatinn for tlie supreme court bench Biewer has been attached continually by teniperancrs mlvocutes arid temperance journals. They havp declared tlmt a nmn who woull render such a de- cision not tit to sit in judgment on tho fiuti-tions llmt conip before the supivnn cnurt. These protests had some effect on til1 judiciary committee and tho nomination was net approved unanimously in committee. In i hn sotTut session yesterday sovcral speecln in c'Xphiiiati'Jii of Jinlgi- decision were made. Senator JJliur lod the nnposition nnd iS' nntor the defense. Senator I'himb was not present at the ses- sion. When the wiiiite adjourned it v with the Ih it the nomination would be ot to d iy. 1ARXELL AT NOTTINGHAM. THE OBJECTS OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE MOVEMENT. Ble Mint Promote Her Own Industries Kot Depend on What the Teniuitn' Leftffue U to of the PuriieU InTFstlgutlon. Hoc. Purnell in his speech at Nottingham yesterday declared that never had a movement of such magni- tude in its to the welfare of the country been conducted with such compara- tive freedom frnm crime as had thu opera- tions of. the laud league. Tho object of tbe home rulo movement in he was the regeneration of tho especially indu.stri.illy. Heferruitf to the Mr. Parnell said lie did not helwvo that the re- port the judges would discredit the Na- tional movement. With regard to tho future condition of no believed that many manufactures be developed thero to such an extent as to take the strain off land aud enable jvupla to look to other means of gaming a living besides farming. Lo promote her own industries and should not upon Eng- land. The means wherewith to defray her expenses to come au Irish ox- Sk.itliiL' nn the Ts'rvi.i N. Y Di-c. officials selected lo mnnngo the races of thn Xntionol Amateur Skiting ns'-ocnit st-lio'luletl to ie oir at Ni'whurg on Jun 17 and aro MS ff.llowm B New York Athletic C'. U Waring and Charles F. New burg Skating tis- C. Hughes and K. M. h. Mnnbatrnn Athletic A A Mnuhnttnn Athletic Kolwrt Rtatcn Islnnd Athletic Frank Wooil und Jump j H. Nowburg Skat- ing c.lerh of Clinrlos H. Donohuo. NVwInirs Skating r-fti-ei-'s L W Y. McCroskery and W. G-. Hnstn Skating A. fl. Topniiv. Alhl. tic and J. C. M.'inlinttan Aihlctio c-hib. City Mni'-hal .lamea 11. biirvis will lw marshal at tho races. Mr. Crttdy Was III. Dec-. pre- pnrnUnns luul been mado to welcome Henry W. homo last and to ex press tho of the with his recent be-it of through individual and loral Thn granting of home rule to Ireland would not discourage the rich people of England from promoting industrial devompnifnt Tho money thus invested would be expended in- stead of it now to keep m power a govprnment of fraud and trickery and would miablo Iremnd to keep her head above water so sho would no longer bo an exhibition for the wonder and scorn of the tuitions of ihe world. Mr. Purncll fipnko agiln last dtv- VOIIIIK hia address to explanation of the nf the Tenants' whicn he said tlm most powerful and at tho same time the peaceful movement ever known in Ireland or any other country. In spite of coercion and her other lie do- Ireland was perfectly under tissiir.iiu'iM tlmt Mr. would soon Rive lo the country and hor people tholr lefciMrmite freedom Parm-ll would not say that it wna Im- to Rovern Ireland by more but lio wouUl hay that Bulfour's method of coercion by constitutionalism would nover succeed. Hecnrring to the special 1m declared that it had not tried tho personal in- ngamst members and but had tried the Irish nation and tho move- MEXICAN CLAIMS. Mr. nirtlne Keplles to Application fuv Thrlr Distribution. Dec. through the United States district attorney of this filed an answer to the cose in relation Sylvanim Boynton against the secretary of txi compel tho payment of tha balance uf an award mado by tho Mexi- can mixed claims com mission under tbe treaty of July IHftS. The Hecretary admits tbe adoption of the formation of the commission nnd its conshleratiou of certain claims that came before it. Among tho number was tliftt of Benjamin on which the commissioners wore di- nnd the umpire awarded WS7.810.IW m Mexican pold. Of tho award Mexico has paid The secretory further says that the whole amount of the award would not be distributed to the for it in sub- ject to tho deduction of the charge made against thu total amount of each award to defray the expanses of the commission and the amount of the charge as to the award of Woilwus leaving the net amount to be paid by Mexico of II. As that republic has paid tha bal- ance due from that government w and deducting tho payment already made by the United States from tho net amount it leaves in the hands of the United 003 Secretary Rlainu says that the pronident bas forbidden tbe payment of uny part of tho net and for that reason no scheme for a distribution of the balance 1ms bmtMi Tho taken by tlie president is that tho right 10 demand tlin payment of any curt of the loimy is Ine-oii slstent with thu legal relations of this government to money pal 1 by Mexico on account of the sum invested in the claim of VVe.il. Secre- tary nialne asks that the rule bo dismissed. F. It. OOWBII'H Funernl. Doc. Ih Howen's funeral yesterday was a quiet and private as the family lluforo tlie f uneriil the wound in Mr. Gowen's head was ex- amined more minutely than had prac- ticable at Washington. Cnpt Linden said he detected powder marks in tho and was convinced that tho pislol been held close to tlie and that it was a case of suicide. Dr. James Dnrraeh of Cfermaw- town made a very careful and could see no powil-r oven with a strong glass. He evidently believes that the shooting was accidental. There were insur- ance policies on Mr. hfu aggregat- ing It is not believed thai any of tho comptinies'wiil contoit payment bocaubu of the manner of death. THEY ARE ON THE CLAN-NA-GAEL POLICEMEN MUST EMULATE THE CHINESE. Snperlnlendeiit Halihurd of tin Clilcp.fo Men U Determined to Weed Out All Who An In Sympathy With the Dec. Sergeant Joun F. tStift of tha East Chicago avenue Patrolman Redmund McDonald of the samo station and Detective Michael J. Crowe of the Central were peremptorily dU- chnrged from the force yesterday by Super- intendent Hubbard for neglect of duty. Sri ft and McDonald gave material evidence for tho defense in Cronlu case. It is said Superiuteuent Hubtmrd baa many well- known members In uis diary M tlidtitea for removal. Among thane are suppoaod to be Barney the detective who secreted the two knivos found on Coughlin when the latter was arrested and belonging to Dr. fu a safety vault until be thought tbe evi- dence against was all and Uu'tive who is sold to have betrayed many secrete repotted in him by Superintend- out lltibbard while he was acting as liea.1 detective In the case. One who is hi a position to know some- thing of the intentions of the mayor and Hiipmntondt'tit of police suya that there will be a general weeding out from tba depart- ment of all mon who are Clati-na-Qaela or in fl position wlh'i'o thoy can be Influenced by AllUDMl N. IS Nnao Avery of Ntivvburgh nurrowly oscapt-d i e ris naon an e- nf the Iririi iiurty. He knew that thu ftt Ilia Brunswick Mtcr-i Ijut he wollM hfe mornlnK. retlriim almost ace .ieatli Protestant minority opposing an Irish par- hnllmnt at llnston. A mooting was I or of Catholics nuprnsaing Protest- cnlli'd bv n connnittco consisting of the was fiillm ions. Modified Gladstone nitimrihai rim Monday night Mrs. Avory left word at tho i 1iL-iim rutiiui i nun tiio viiifiica- j a t tuin whii-h hud boua offored to bim by the tliat bbfl wished be called n. tho government I tn time to catch tho early train. Mr. declared that all talk of the Vigorous pound ing hor door failed to pivMdfnt of tho Chnmlwr of Coiu- of Young Men's Demo- cratic and other prominont and a l crowd Tho train was four hours nnd the public meeting hud to be postponed. The crowd contented wiih meeting Mr. Grady at the depot nnd giving him nn enthusiastic Mr. Grady was still qnito weak from and coukl hunlly walk to a Ho was at oVice conveyed to his carriage. l surious. homo tan's. he was preferable to Grut- NOBODY SATISFIED. lUh About the her. The door was forced open anil the room was found to bo illlt'ii with and thu woman uiipnnsciftiis in bod. Aflrr timo shu was rostoryvl to but is not yet able to Joavo foi' ht-r iiomo. She had either blown out the gas or im- properly turned it olT. Compltiiiita of thu KngUhli Cronin A'erclict. A Controversy Kiuleil. Doe. appointment Dec. verdict in the casq Q Hay to bo district attorney for of the Cronin murder is a prolific source of Minnesota ends a contrnvi-rsy that has boon newspaper comment throughout tho king- K0mg on at the White House for some rtomanrt is productive of perfect satisfaction Hay was indorsed by Senator m_ ii. J Agit 1 Kmiik G. Hall. N. Dec. 1884 FrankO. H private banker closed the doors of hU bank and announced his Inability to pay. liabilities ntiout awi lio tried to Hi'Uio with hid by giving thorn real estate on which be put re- garded as und the offer was de- clined. Aftor turning over to hit unclo on what have been alleged to beboizug Hull made an oKstgnment. Certain croditora fought the aHtfigmnent for yeai-8 nnd are now rewarded by a verdict witting it lufde. Hall's appeal. Hull in now a resident of N. having left Khuira about the time of lib bruak-up. A Horrible Oimth. Dec. Foreman of the Improvement gang of the Luko Shore who resided at nuit a horrible death hero. He was ou- gtigcd in repairing a skylight In tbo roof of the old Union and In aonie manner full upon an ek'dric wiro on the roof clow by. His clothing was dampened by tho drizzling rain and ha wag immediately troted by the current He lay there for half an hour before the current was abut off. WhoM picked up It wait found that bo wag terribly burned and Hu was yuars of ago and leaves a family. ERIE STORI toMi 5 BTkttil a Book Department The low prices on looks been received riaUgfactlon. Our FopuUr Standard Books place tbem reach of all. Illualrated Bound Bookl 15c. 17c. IKc. to 40c. Handkerchief Tiiii imporimeni CbriMi neut is more InvltiuK lbt_ an uullmlted An immense line of all llffiMt llciustllched from lOc Miscellaneous. Silk Umbrellfi. A pair of our Cele brutea I'Cenlemerl Kid much appredalod ChrlHmai Olft Perfecl Fitting Kid liit- for at Pertuwer T.-llcl Toilet MMI- Smuking and Toilet. Muial und CHIuloid. IB Albums. MtlWW. iiiUlrt-u'8 make modi Christmai Gifia. Aproni and Mualiu Untlurw oar make useful preaeun. Com- line of Dolll. Uoll'B IJiillH1 linporled Toy I'linling H Hioum Plctuifa aud .Btici jnuila. We Iiuvc perfected nrrangcmeDU fur ilelivfiy ot Uoodn al any lime for holding any inilll called for. upon Puironi ihe iiiaknig their Bolcctiona as early u posul Uicn by becurlug a belter cbulcaana to uvuid the Inevitable rush linmer.i inlcly before Curlstuias. A full HflB ol lutuuu' wear can be found among out iniiiiense u collectiitD. KnlJ would Ja long or suorlBiip. ohawla or Infanw' Toilet ArtlclM A Nuvrliy a8Boriujent of OeDtlcmoo i Cashmere uud Silk Di-iiuiiful Haudiome Willow Wuro. Suitable for tJwrfuf Tokens. Open every avenlng until 10 o'clock. Gtioioe BalccilOD ot fHncy liox Hole beat Silk I'lusli Ltdies1 Hew nhy.K'ian saya the is lo To fow journals openly or by tianator wlio hu.1 an- 1 covertly sympathizing with the on other fumliclnte. It is not known positively various the Uncling of tho jury Davis will cnrry the liRht into the seems vindioiivo totally at variance with or not. Hay bus lived in Minnesota Tlin Pension roinmlttoc. Dec. Tho senate com- mittee on pensions mrt yesterday nnd au- thoriswd a favoinble report on the bill intro- duced by Mr. Quay to increase tho pensions of certain soldiers and sailors who are ut- terly helpless from injuries received or dis- ease contracted whilo in the service of tho United States. The bill provides that all riui-AmnrlcunK Banqueted. Nuw Dec. The Pan-American delegates were the guests of the Union League club last night at a very elaborate reception held m their honor. Among the best known men present were Secretary Secretary Chauncey Senator Warner A. B. John C. A. Car- William C. P. J. I5. W. W. Astor besides most of iio judges of tho New York supremo several ftinuent etc. A banquet followed the reception. the evidence as they profess to interpret it. only n foxv yeara. Ho was for ninny years a These papers are of course dissatisfied and replant of Indiana aud is a warm friend of are early in tho fiel-1 with predictions that President the convicted men will he acquitted if thoy are granted a new but happily jour- nals of this character are few and wholly without influence or standing. On the other haud tho great majority of the His Game Frustrated. Dee. Judge Jnmmson has decided that Jacob liaar of Grand was not entitled to drawn iti a i i was UULII.IUU i.w in u persons are or nmy become totally help- iberal and regard the penal- M on t ket to bt by ties flxed by the jury as ridiculously m- died two days adequate to tbe enormity of the crime the lhe occurred. Brmr was hi. prisoners were clearly convicted Brllltelj tho when and are pnnwflllnnt.lv inplined loss as provided hr this shall bo entitled to a pension of month. A number of dependent pension bills referred to the committee worn and a sub-corn- appomtoil to consider thorn and report to the full committee at its next mooting. never will os tbo doubtful has eome forward with the r amount ami signed the constitution. cnll'ner in the tax und which wlil or the but no debate on the qi.e mt among young society people in tins until Us overproduction 13 tion was the president ruling th hns been missing several dnvs. There of'_________________ the Sorernmenl'a nnnouncement was final. 17 Gnat Third will flnd it tc i advantage to cation me before p B. CABY A CO.. I S33 Lion atrct L General Hardware.White Patntor'b Oil Wnrr. A Williams Monroe range. such and Vt.u'1 kinds ol blanks done at Dun'Kirk Printing 8 ami 10 E. Second bt RUDOLPH Cor. Third and Buffalo Dealer in Flagging Bmldine Stone. Call on me buyini. your Bule-walk. RISIJS.V ti 7 and 9 East Front street. Brandies. Liquor Store for Famil nuu fruit ol of wuioh demonfltrate the Baperioiirv and ponulanty of Prof. Art ol IB rorngnliad In both u marking nnkpocnm Hnoorr Onltura. Hln ProapwtM ixwt gives opinions of In parts of the ilobe who hare act. nallj studied his grBtcm by Bhowroij that his Srsum is toed only wMe bemc ni'l thatanv bookcan be tfarnfii tn amnsl6 y J.-C. For ia1s atidress 83T FiftU N.Y ind-wan Tennfl and Testi Prof. A. 1AU C. C. MANUFACTURER 364 MAIN N. Y. ROBKKT M'KAT. Lion near tbe dopot. Feed ami Livery Stable. Stabling by tbe day or week on reasonable tvrmfl. j. 1J4 Center street. Hosier In Musical Instmmenta and Sewini Machines. We make a specialty first claw ot Pianos and Farrand A Votey Orgsns. DEALER IN Leather Etc. Eif an A GOLD SIL rsa PLA TIXO OA.W J. 301 Central Ava General Insurance and Real Estate nt and Live Stool luaurance. Prompt attention given to baying selling seal Estate. A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS B1AIN Opposite Iroquoia Hotel. Dec. assi.-itant cusbter in tlio tnx iiie city are ugly rumors connecting bis disappear- ance with a note for to which thy in- dorsement of Senator OH'oivior wtis forgfil. No venture to accuse O'Bneu of tbe his who are wealthy say ho only hns gone out of town for days on It is per- tain that no will be allowed to any A ICnnqiift at Ttoston. Dec. Tho exhibitors at Nat iotml maritime exhibition last evening tendered fi complimentary banquet to the of the exhibition and to rejiresen- tntives of tho press in Mechanics1 over exhibitors nnd being pr esent. After dinner addresses wore mndo by Mr. J. W. Rickman. Henry Eugene Capt wlio was wrockod on the coast of Bnizil and who constructed open boat and navigated himself and fiimily and are consequently inclined to express the sought to their are not to ho hanged forthwith Keverthe- plea hat the letters bring illogal in less they agree that there much reason for the heirs were not entitled to congratulation tlmt they are to life and predict that no pardon- action. ing power will power will ever be found having the ilinWl to defy universal public opinion i Ornmby'H I'rotest. m tlmtmuntry to thn United s of The Uin'tud sevenil by mitigating the severity of the judgment Dec. 18.-Almont all of tho pronounced upon them. Turning their alien- naval promotions sent to tlio senate by the tion to the moral influence of the cnae the president have been held up oil a protest Tory papers are pessimistic to tlie last de- with the Benate on nttval grea in estimating its efSwTUpon tbe Irish- affairs by ex-Ensign and they will several of the leading journals not considered before the declaring that it is too much to hope that Ormsby was a few months even the exposure of tho aims and methods allli from I of Irish laid bare tho will claims that his trial was illegal and baa Hied provent Americans from subscribing money B Prote9t promotion of uny one m A Fnrnnco Closed Down. Dec. The ivoll-known Joan im furnace at this and Utfge sums for tho support ot those mur- hi8 Placo' deraus organisations. UPROAR THE REIOHSHATn. Catf'R of Influenza. NEW Dec. new cases o the iron by. have terrogatio Count von president of the Aus- fluenza aro reported to tho board of trian council ot replying to an in- members of tlie Klamr.ttb family n terrogation in tbe declared that Forty-sixlh who arc itfllicted with tbe closed for the probably for tlm government would not at present advise ailment ore getting along as well us could months. Tho Jones oru mines are tlie emperor to have himself crowned king of Ije expected Tho malady m thesn fuses is of having c Bohemia at I'ragSie. This decluration aroused a rather in con- a storm of remonstrance from that part of further em f pig iron the chamber upholding the national rights Kenpi-nlly ill not re- of the but no debate on the qnes- avoidable. Plush CloRks and M about one balf Price. A rare Bargain. Ihilclicu'B Cloaks. Aunt' only Utuuiiic 1m port cd Japanese 1'aper Nap- kins in bciiuufull am orleJ all litaper forHoliday thM tbe regular linen Napkins. Erie Oraiul hlnda and Curoncr'a Verdict on Lnvett'H Death. LOCK Dec. coroner's invastigating the death of William who wti8 found murdered on Sunday. rendered a verdict finding that the unfort- itiate man came to bin death by being with a heavy club by Charles with whom he had a difllculty HattrfMky night. Charles Brown and his brother William had been arrested on but no evidence was elicited connecting the latter with thn close traffic contrint under A TRAFFIC AGREEMENT. A Thftl It Wu tj M Wotern Deo. mMUnf of ttoll torstntn Commerce Railway ajKirilMon I conxider the memberahlp ot Uw Union FMlf and Northweiitern in ttw tion was attended by every ot tt twenty-three members of MMdi except the St. LouU and BraPnaalMi Tbe charge was that tin Union ciflc and North wetter n had vioUtal tt agreement of the awoclatlon In maMnglj custody. The Not Stolen. Doo. dispatch from Ijishoii iTi and he was accordingly released from are now doing bvuilMBi. TIM seiitatlves of these two gued that their tnifflo is no way contrary to the spirit arietta of the association but fmOldt left in the empress' rooms as alleged but were placed In safe where they re- mam intact. Reports have reached Lisbon of great discontent in the Orande whose have declared that they would rather unite with Uruguay than consent to a confederation of the Brazil states. Ullln Favorably Reported. Dec. ootn- mittoee on finance ban ordered favorable report on tbe direct tax bill in the form in which it passed the two bouses congress and was vetoed by President Cleveland. It also ordered a favorable report on the bill to relieve the treasurer of tbe United HtatM from the amount charged to him and de- ith tbe Posited with tne several states known in the treasury department as available against them. Both yield and roted with all In favor of the That the matter referred to U chairman of the for InvntUfaUoa w for decision as whether charge that t agrniMnnnt liart violated fu that report the result of his Invaittiatlon to tbe pn itentA. Chairman Walker will report al the ary meeting of the preaidwu of the lion ID New Yorlf. IR the olilist in tlif ore having c Bohemia at 1'ragSie. This decluration aroused a rather mild and it is thnt no mined and almost con- a storm of remonbtrance from that part of further cu-sos will though physicians tinii illy N.-irly 1.500 tons of iron the chamber upholding the national rights believe that is un- John iiv mi TMI-T. Dec John F. a both unmar- DANGAN MARRIKD. rifd. nml Andrew a Polish 14 yeaisof wero blown to pieces while at No Compromise at Helen n. _..........__ Dec. Toole Lord who was recently successful 8c'nt his lllcswKe to tlle and tho m settling out of court a suit for breach of crtttic house of representatives ig- promise brought against him by Phfllis noring tho Republican house. Ihe Rapub- Great Knterprine. Doc. is reported that the Auditorium management to in negotiation with Sir Arthur Sullivan for a prolonged season of comic opera to open in February under the personal direction of the eminent composer. It is proposed to pro- duce all ot the Gilbert Sullivan ei- cept tho with tho largest and the to whom he paid llran llas so fltr Pahl uo attention to company ever seen in comie opera work blasting the drift at the sixteenth u level No 1 at the Owola mine. It is snproM-d thnt a cap exploded while be- moiiHy on hi- oung O'Bi'iun is a i lnR for n settin oft sixteen sticks numbers of meetings and the in- was married in St. church the warrant sent to tho members by the in the world. Hanover to Lady ami it bos been deter- The Italian Irn.lent.bts are holding large mined to disregard it A resolution to that nephew ot Father and has been president of the Emerald n lead- ing socml organization. Trio Hiotcrs' Herunli's powder nnd a box of biastuig jnps. A V. IS. of which bas atl'led greatly to their nunioi icnl strength anil served aa a stimulus to the activity of their propaganda. Kxlletl. Dec. large number of exiles For Misappropriation of AKE Deo. ar- rests are being made in connection with tbe alleged frauds in disbursing public funds. Mayor Armstrong was arrested M ordered HU Father. HT. Dee. d shlftlew qaunhdwD bis George W yaa and killed the old man with a 1 father had refund lo let hltton Ifreat The boy ranntad hit and more than one occasion hU rmntmeDt Ik taken the form of Qunttwr w found last erening hiding among freight OB on the levee by bU brother ant brothar-1 who at once took him to the Cental and surrendered him to tbe poiloa. Despite the compromise under which miny fl'orn have arrived at I night on nine indictments. YesUrdar the who of the striking miners of have re- Tlflls' been _ banished from their Dec. evidence for the .hot himself m front nf n.-. Xott's house in turned to eight collieries at Dortmund homes by orders received from Constantmo- govennueiit In the case of Cusser Fisher and Carllon HVeniu-.lH.vuuv. Knte a am still idle and wholly deserted. This state inconsequence of suspicion that they had Henry Jones fi.r the murder of Thomas N. domestic employed iiv the refused to of affairs that many of the old sent u T atrocltie9 Foster on tho island of Navassa wns con-i marry him or t-ee hirn died in tho hoa- miners have sought work elsewhere. eluded and the defense opened. John iluggs told the jury that he heard Al- fred alias say he was pital yesterday Allen came from ami Nas- once a letter carrier in Washington. committed in Armenia by Turkish troopa urid officials. in Africa. c. Portuguese govern- A Ship Partly Burned. POUT Dec. British going to kill Motion. Johnny French swore i Found Demi in ment bas in course of preparation for irnme- t i i- u Brttlatl he heurd Henry Jones say he was sorry he NEW Dec. 18 -A man who regis- diiite issuance a map showing the extent of 1Jurnam. bel'6 wlth wnoat for killed but he had to do it for be' tered Monday night at Hock feller's aw Portugal's claims in which it is might come to Baltimore and appear against West as Samuel Mulford of Tanners- declared sh him. Henry the took the N. was found dead in bed yester- nor abandon. Port stand aud confessed to the killing of I day. It is thought henrt failure was the pretension to authority over Matabeland justifying himself by staling that ho cause of death. The deceased wns about 55 and the western limit of nor was frightened. I years of age. does she claim a stretch of territory across I the continent. A Big Dec. who To be Taken to Ireland. Dec. Warrants Two Brothers Blown Up. Dec. named Bergund were instantly killed in tbe 1 Cleveland mine. They were investigating ifiJoujtij lu.---j-icv'uiii Jjc vr i Ml Ufj t.r riXA. lOr T rrti -11T.il i i. i_i i. i jii-ji. was to have been elected president of the the extradition of Thomas accused LONDON Dec. 18.-The Chronicle's Berlin why a certain blast o dynamite had not ex- for county county surveyor and half a dozen other officials were arrested. All gave bonds to appear for examination Saturday. Sennte Proceedings. Dec. senate yester- day passed a email deficiency bill appropri- ating for public printing and bind- and for preliminary printing for tbe eleventh census. Thn house joint 10 resolution to pay officers and members of he t'19 s'ream afterward beached and both houses their December salaries on the does not raise any flootled- She had about tons of wheat 2utb inst. was passed. MHS will prove a total loss. A Munleroui Plot DlMunrad. Dec. plot bas been dis- covered to assassinate the king of who it is desires to abdicate in favor of Prince Mm Youg Yilc. Several high offi- cials implicated in tbe conspiracy have been exiled 10 Hong Kong. dull If Harfer. Dee. a was fonnd gniltr of murder the second in killing Benry Dec. will be tenteao to life Imprisonment. Nowik had enter the store where Belsoente was employe and was carewing a little girt who was pla ing when tbe who was attached to the rushed at and fatal stabbed the intruder. It was alleged thi Seincente was not of sound mind. The GermHnH Were Pleased. will to at the office of A. S who has been elected treasurer. Th Blsland Is a Flyer. _ Dec. is stated that the muni- have been cloned by order of tbe governor of has been elected treasurer. The stock NEW Dec. 18.-Miss Bishmd l.ft rfpal def.ciency incurred by the late syndic the province. Ho reason was Siven tor tb. S vanoed from 90 cents to per share yes- Hong Kong Sunday three days ahead of Of Rome of is act terday. on her trip around the world. Pattl'a ttt Dec. with Patti in tbe title was the attraction at Auditorium last night and every scat In were repeatedly called Killed Hie Dee. fatal in which Dare FerUn InKanU killed by his Walter Oodbai took place at Perkins JoneMoB. Rwaatfc result of a family quarrel about property gave himself up to the sfceilff. Tb parties are prominent throughout thj and tbe affair has caosed roach in lleiiiaal Joseph SdMraeWe Will. Dee.'18.-The willoC tbe Joseph ScboBeld contains tbe foUowing ie To the city of til to be added to the fond given to tbe I library by hii Kaseadra and Ear Inatftation for the BUsd. BOOM for tbe llswaJ Creneral oj g QQQ QQQ the curtain. Fonnd Onlltj of Harden NBW Dec. Bailey wai found guilty of murder IB the second in throwing Benjamin from en excursion lUejoer lartsommeraasl. causing death br drowning. bad anamtod about wbc was among the ereoniocMti eentenotd FrMay. Just Take a Look at MONROE'S HOLIDAY STOCK E SWSPAPERf
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