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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 19, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. N. NO. 113. REPRESENTATIVE B USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. in i.I N MACJIINK lor ruling .niankintlii Uli.i'taurtitioii to TII lark 1 Compiliv A1 i i Lut' ni and Wowl Nickel PlaU Soft Coat g and Lath Fret lor wtolesale IllSh Center street. 1 H I'n Canncil etc ovum tleUnc Uread received as A M Practical Out i 1 -.u-am JUU.r -special uttcntioi I MII nrj I'liimUinK KutimnUjB girci Steum ttni 27 t fliml street. i l'j t r iirnai 11 C. 75 fc Thiul st.. cor Dor l.xcelsirr Mcitt Mu kit '-alt un I Oysters an Poulln pHK PKOHLK'S IJIIY GOODS STOKKS Hcj 1 Block. Dunkirk Wood's r re Ionia _ John d PirloiK _ xc. Biij the Itn Iron I Wuttl II 1 cpl Illlty V Stiml M.1 Tl ml ft _ MOCK Merchant 1b Ctntril Avenue RT Kol M mill sur jrion OfllLC nlrat AVI over I ilriig Htore Ollloo In urn 'MolOa to 4 iinil t i ii p m Smut 0 l 111 J0 a n ICisilcnic itra Avenue rU phone Cul'a iniiv In n at I M IIH ilrnp niLht or uixl be tivuul ami attcn leil Lo H I anil 22.1 Central Arc 1'hotograplii.r Iimtuntiineout i HuliitB a spu ally Sitttn will tut suniihint except loi SPECIAL W ANNOUNCEMENT VS IUI ul li i i il t fust rilling '-IH t tint ifvt IIILItVlON t Uodl. V mini to nan inllii Iioin HIXlK Mir t r N fc- Second street near It.if t IM.I N V Mu it Ix.uiKl m all p iltcmkil to All win k guarantied. i 111 II blt'S I KOtKKKY 1 Central Avenue. J1 AT K'jMI Wanlid at OIK locil 01 7 Iravilinfr k k Selling nillKn Outllt I in I t estury I AH 1 WHII- Suri-Miiin lliihLBtcr.N JTODIIAKI A si I tlco 1'iiUnt III IP I InUntof 1'atints Ki m un I iil p-alt and retail dealer in 1m lOrlcd and -i limn. Ac. H II 2JI Cenlrul den ril Atculent anil r trUfluiK mbiirt tour lie in the nld 1 1 ax Lrs' Ittal toUU. Agent tialt I un u-optrtv til VlTAUyl A 1 j Kan per day I I-OiMliug stiil.li. in iniiiiei tiun Victor and 33' Lion ulicet IIAKBKK SHOP I Ch 11 Naicle I'rop i hr lake bhorc National cornei nur mil ihir.1 strn ta A uue sUick ol t ri Kti mil Uoincatli 1 fin mod' i ilf He an I LCI ill iLftn hit's Infoiiiitti n ntnton iciji i si I i center Irutical borsc flhiHin. Particular attention put to intcrft-rniK horses Shoung of rolul II ir liurscK a npu laity. j v fcVBNINO OliaKBVKB. I-iriteat In the County An uiuniialled advejUiinif mcdigm DDMUKK KNOINFEKINO belli Popple Manulacturcru ol Boilers Pullejs Snalting llaiiKCis. Ii and Mm lime 01 k to order SHlltT 2at. anil .'07 Ccntir Btrctt Maiinlai Hirers of the anil Dunkirk ncrlcet Dress in all leading olothing KII 1 gooiU hoiiBcn m Lwinkirk. DUNKIRK tAMJV H1F IhinUlitil Manul icturcr of I'uru Home Hi.nlo Cundiea SEANDEST MODERN E1SCOVEE7 Triiiinpli of IMiarin u-y. 1 li only trut pr icl tal UJXIR OF IIIAI.III tioii i up UIL is lltt. I d Imit liituilmi tut i il kt h n K in uk i tticd ind int-. V n 1 ici is for the M f. D. .ind 4 t I ion iltr in t all. llaiod llaj Phiw etc Kstablmhcd. I3KIE anil Uniun fj tasy accCRB to an trams and bus mess houses. ISCDt acconjniodations lor Com mercial 1'ruvclcrs John J Vrop is one th prnin t petite cle tht livtr p stnmil U i t r un i i u I t 1 Ollt til I 111 ail lit r int mt Pn UK vili ruin t r hit II n ler li 1 n hitters eff f ir tl n d irt. t iktn wltli'iut In iHimstk 11 inirltli wltliout a Uniii without in if mill ittl.fi ritlmuhu without i ht o mttl t ne n Lh sin powers In tlie world. A IM 11 Ml I f I 1 I I firs rp ilcoln 1 in any shape is t M i. lit ti i ilka 1 11LEKS CO TJ ifi ind 99 Tinrd aUrtt L ibinet Ware and Up m dUimg 1'iclurc t raiiiea mtide tooidor I.T D MAT1KSON CO oOl Central Ave Leailtrs ol Fnahion and T -USE HBltCliAMT B. A Center street STKAM HKATU4O CO.. ol Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a OME STEAM LAUNDRY. f n tnl r ti ites i d d iml 11 tin f notion 1 lit we liter nke tt vitality hi Hpocniiirul It is n t too much to issert Ibe Hit not mil n LO i erputore nipt Mimlar lei has e httn known Al is r in ftir nc thinu list be tlie nroil ctm i ol the M ediiiii il trait roots mil f whieh tins Hitlers compo- inv uf lie ii s tt hv the Iiuli ins mil L inetl I g i in the Uiiiint of chill mil rlie un il iin c it irrli niptmn nmr li I it laches niiplii i ki 1 lev d SL ROtit s' in lunnerons to ineiitu n. but isilv i uitrs lht Uion of tile Hitters t ie vit il fti rtn t trc 1 I lie disc u is irth al hui tin pascnt FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS. A JOINT RESOLUTION FOR THE RECOGNITION OF BRAZIL It TH Mr Morgan on the Judge anil a Num- ber of Otlim TSoiulimtloriH nnflrmed. Lai Re timber of Jnt ringed in Both Dec 19 tlie spiiate yes nlay n joint resolution was passed extend ig to Slaith the tune foi holding ie mat me conference Tho following joint resolution wan offered y Mi Morgan It WHS rcaj in full and ud over It solved By the sonata and hoiiso of tho ml d S nit of Amiru a in cnngu ss IISK mVit I Liiitt I htutcs nf A i.trici cog tankiujM t L pfoplb of Buizil on their und X at il assumption of tha powi duties an 1 'nisibilHu s nf so f Ttrnmerit base 1 ti jcfitH LODB nt the K U m ifpi Imtum of nmimtchu iiilo HI tin n n nt adt-H of o. lepublican form of g i ti lent And tlmt th 1 s of I'r Is this ct I a law ful and rightful ROU i n lent. And th it Htud republic is of eiitltIM to xeuisf iiiul PIIJ int i nut onal i rjtiily und all he ht iu of thi1 s as 111 w i .nd tint itmftt of jill njjith pn an 1 a 1 'iintJiL'f H mult r tin XIMJMK in -.that win iiLlu I in u i. I n tc I sutii t Vn nd iu 1 th T And ill it thin dtUuiuti m ft tin st i f Iho iiiVi t laws in th i I nib 1 M tt r 11 n n no ifl d to tile Lnit-d Stalls t 1 An 1 tlfit Hif prnsi nt Ij his iaimt'rm iliall K ijuin tin pt-upl and u imix nt jf 1 Slut and F th MI ml st a nnd ill 114 In nuthunty themn the Intfof th- tuitt I Stafcxof Hitizilas tligof a sovi n and in li nd nt hlnti Air Aliuhell's resolution on thi HtninsUi foi s was agrot 1 Mr Blair reported back hm bill to provide 'or the tstubl shmeut an i tt nip niny of common schools Ihe bill was placed on cukndar Mr Coke offtied a iciohition tailing on attointy ml f r t mat ion as to the attack on Just i c 11 m luhtoiniu and killing of Judge The senate then wmit mto secret w -islon A great dcnl of tnno WHS spent on tho nomination of Associate Justice Biewei tenator Plumb was present toexplftin Judge Brow decision in tho Kansas prohibition ruse and dt fowl him ATitr a groat deal of Uiiimpoitunt nnd dtsu'toij debtito thesfiiu'e by a voUi of 53 to 1.1 lonHriiH 1 the uomina tlOD IN 1H1 TV ASHIM h use devoted most of tin d iy ytsU'td ly tlio intiodut tion of bills und jt int n.solutions under a call of staUs A joint resolution extending tlit hunt of tl o mU nmtumul inaiino coniei to Mai h Aresolntioii d fiom tlie Sili-ottcoin uuthf i g the sugeant tu offei a K of for tho antst of Silcott was adopted A foiu wrent rtsolntion for ndjoninmtnt of couKitis DC Jl to Jati was agieed to A luigo iiumbf i of bills were introduced At the lubiun of thw business tlie deaths of ftlessrn I and of Nfbraaku Cox of iSew York aim 1 shend weioanaouiu cd and as n rnai k of i tspect the house adj ninicd until eininnit lo abolish the internal T revenue tax upon tobacco in all its j Ij'lAlj and spirits distilled from fruit This bill was intioducel by Mr Howden of 11 ginta and Mr B owne of Indiana introduced a btrnil u- bill a bill to reduce letter postage toi cuit per to place sugai on th fu-e hbt to proviJo for the reclamation of the ar 11 lands m the I States and the ir Hettlenn tit under the homestead appio- 000 for the payment of the un V 11 MR. LABOUCHERE'o EXPOSURE OF ROTTEN ARISTOCRACY. paid salaries of members of the house of the Fifty first i ongt ess raustd by the S.lt ott cm tuAcIptiunt transfeirn g the United States signal set vice bureau to the drpattment of nKiuulturc re introduced that part of the Mills bill rcduf i ig the duty on lum- Iji i salt in bai n etc woolon nnd worsted cloths ready male an 1 on nil carets and carpet to ftbr the nicfs of extraor dimrv and minister ptumpottn the rep icsi ntatnf h tr I u known as agents and tou- suls w ntrals ccjusuls Hist ser and and thud an I orntin i ml agnuN to tubbsh jst il iph itpcal the mtetbtnte com D KU to i poal tho luty on nil i to pi ido foi the paj ment nf all loi Us cultivation in tho L into 1 Staffs Mr Sit of fi nnes eo introduced a insoliiti m dnt rtmg thu of st ite to HH oC thr iugh the jinptrntilh i ty of tho ric of that t pi bin hy the gourmnont the Umto-l A VICTORY FOR QUAY The H nidUlatc Appointed IN ft i C f mi ritt-ln In is Dec YOUR m IJit slun s S M ng is nnotht M ipi s f It -A ial to The s is s 1 IKS i itn to Ins stm ister at r vntory for Quayrwtr tion of tho R tptihlican pijtvui ntuii McKean is n maim fat i u r c f K iltui U implements Mageo's in hdal wno WH.S barnod by oiigrcssman I'n f II uasHiim 1 I pifsideiit of the st 1 r c un t il of PiiMmik the iwns ot tin caint it wnsfuqunntly thri n d that if 1 ni d wius nommntpil Quay as him man of tin st na P committee on oost luy or df it his conHima tion and if Kuiii was mtod w mid fi t evi n in th Ii uso the Re p iTi K IIM maj mtv is smnll Tim contest has I n 1 itu i ind it ruimms to seen whether II ill i ni ry out his tin c it Quay got anoilm vutoiy on Mnndny when be J ph R Iluiia'i appomk 1 United States marshal foi tho rn distiict of Pennsyl vaiua Hairah in tho same town as Qiun is n piachn-xl polilirmn and wns one of th at Chicago in Millions of end rstd.il the uondtrfiil sntt j i hast intl illv g int qmrter uf a tc II' Our specialties Pine Shirts. Cuffs urt-iiiis tree Deliv- A W tuninni.gis Cenwi elreui if K. OEHM. fc. Thin. st. cor ol Buffalo Manufacturer and dealenn Fine limits btiooa. HCNRT TVETl-KK'S NKW STOUB. 10J h Third et MutUial In- a.od perta'ming taa tliel Cook etora. Schoo. Itooka a I'RINTINt- of cry dtsci iplion and at h living lateo bv Dunkiik s ind h Mcoml St l this JlIlNOMhNM FUNK OK Till W O1U D Inonlcrto in U every pn ib t dcin two form las f tht it w P P rHK S1YI.1- ISSlHONt.Ht SIKHII1Y fill II MOHh U Till IM 1 TO THE IASIL VIM 1 10 DM I KKMI MI1HI rhtic un dUoase of low it M liiv of or jarvous j rrj-.tr ition for wlnt li Btl H US IS NOT H intl its sinful ir powir in t r the lower xnibins reiulcrs it tht iutplai.ib c foe of TUt VU1A Mil HO OMMTKhM N I in mil inai tni i hs i VC V disci es ch tt so jfrt that u is an M HMIH Y i d bt v of its rirtut.1 Nominations ASHivttioN D c ht iiate has oonflitntd the following iiDiiimations D J to bo associate justice ilhain miniatei to Germanj Solo nion Hirsch of minister to T H of minister to Fred Doufflufi inintstei to Havti A L bnowden of minister tobervia and Grpoce A W Bauettof of Itgation of J J 'hew of secretaiy of legation R S McCormick of sec nd secretary of legation at F 'alnioi of to be public W Fiye of Maine consul general at Halifax A 0 Boui ne of Rbode consul general at W Hutton of consul general at New Laredo Evans Blake of llmois consul at L W Brown consul at J B Osborne of consul at C A Pope if consul at Toi onto W T Kteo consul at W Koosevelt of Ft consul at Brua A J Simpson of consul at del T H Sherman of ashing on consul at J A Tibbits of consul at D B Hub consul at Annabel g It H Miller of ifarj land Indian inspec toi A M Tinker of Indian mspentor Commn dore Fiancis Ramsey to be chief of the 3Uienu of navigation Cnpt Dewy chief of the bin LUII of equipment J P Me Tntyie of ciiptnin in the an 1 a large lUtubir of niUttl promotions ts 4 IHIUFN Jb at nnd ittneral I- lit and 80 I attKiit i'i flit t-irt ol i iopt nx rtnt- M enter 2nd ll collcct- tontril Avenue Wall Piper Pinto J J09 Center Vlannfaclnrtr intl dealer in llni IK tn Sad A liook c ni tl bt w its mil an o hero testimonies it is ncctss iry lo run r i s ntr d ict tn upon the lucr hiootl i to TL dizt Is use in ti 111 oftlu ills that lit ii and that no -.houhl he u bin lie of oi n NMV sm MM ut mi IT-US IN Mil HOI Stnil 1 r i ur I.adits h Addrtss It. If McUONAI OKI Ni.M I ulla CrnnkK.W l Horae Cohere olove-.MuteT i Uokei PLUIrlBINb T Murrn I ion -in it A speuaHv maOe Siiii tan Plumlnng Mam and Giia tilting guar 1 17 hast Third teiitlemcn Mill llnd it to U-nteSP call on mcbefoieimichasmg else whore PH. S ss Lion street. I uail.Oils Painter's Oil i t.i-ar te Ware A special tf.oisherwiuWillmmsPa Mnnroerange. i aud I kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing 8 and 10 E second St RUDOLPH Cor lhinl and Buffalo Sts Dealer in flagging am Boiidinsf Stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk ISLET 7 and 9 East Front street. Brandies Liquor Store lor Family Use. ROBERT Lion near tbe depot freed and Livery Stable Stabling by tbe day or week on reasonable terms. J. TV- Center street. in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of first class makes ol Pianos and Farrand ft Votey Organs. Prof. Loisette's MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In spite ol adulterated imitations which miss the and practical results of the Original Innpitpol the groweBt m weprenentationB by envious would be andinspiteof the fruit of his of which demonstrate the undoubted snperionty and popularity of his orgeUnifr IB mispheres at marking nn Epoch i HIB rroapectUB 'sentpoftt to-day In both Hei Memory Culture opinions of people in pans of the itlobe who have act nally itudied hiB SjrBtetn bv showind that hit System u only white being atitdtea tioi that any book can be learned sot Tertni and Tefitimoniala address 837 Fifth ATenue.N.Y C. C. MANUFACTURER 304 MAIN N. Y. Db. IN and Leatl.n AM 3. 301 Central ATe. General insurance and Real and LlTe Btoek GRA SIL i a A COMPLETE OP HOLIDAY GOODS I't Dt-ttrtivcs fritz Newman alm-i Finest Hf ffin n whilo todisposf of bonds amount ing to x d stinerl for the AsHiuuita Tbi 1 1 on is had U en sent bj t nth Z insin o agents of this city to Chi- niu sui i to beLiistokti ftom tlit irpo To Fxjjiess rom- 1 tout tbrougb Ivansas Keu n 'in v toi y is tbut wlulo conunp ns n tinnp met in ither tiamp I itu an 1 two t i this tORrth'r On arriv inghtrotln sliaiitfor Kfivo him the bonds to s 11 and wbilo Tt-teinnting to f them ho was nnottt 1 Ho deolnrt s be did not know VVLIC stolon Tlie sttanfir can not be foinul and tlio police put no confl It nco Iu Isew timti's story fie TV111 Mako It Extrf-metj for the Deprived In Parlia- ment -intl In the In In of the of Erain and Stanley. DPO Ifl Piphmliinry to his de- mind m when that body shall that tho covernmont take official r of thu West Cud club scandals Air Ijftbouphere in Truth a scoicli- niR review of tne though ti Kiting of tbe of by innu- endo is the most thorough exhibit of the rot tcnnpss of a certain class of English aristoc rary that any journal lias yet dared to placo b foieitn Whilo mentioning no nmnt's in con ruction with Ihe tho most casu tl i pa ler of the distinguished Raiil- oaN strict HOB cannot fail to the pit sons likely to be called to spire the manifest desua of the govern- ini at to ahiold thorn One peer implicated in tlio scundal Mr Labouchere has aliuuly tJicnly admitted bis guilt by not only tho country but bw seeking congen- ial aaHtJcuUioiih in tap sei vice of tho sultau of Juik whose entouraga will doubtlpsa be aide to fnot themselvLS in the refinements of vice thioiitfh his and axamolo I he ct nvt iitu n of luii iu in Oublm has almost unanimously advocated the mil Kludion of a bill in parliamont in oronsing iho number of occuj yiug owners Inch with the esaary accompanying legislation ro luce the compulsoiy bales to a nmmnum STAN I 1 S ATD KMIN B I FTTFRH Thu compuny of publishora is prepiuiiiK to publish in cue volume the Ittinof Htnnlty nnd Kmin many of which luive ni bton nllu led to in the press and art thu most important of the series In antuipution of the issuance of tho the publishers in receipt of lorge orders fiom Knglish and continental deahis A SKNTLNCT IlifiVOKl-D Tho sentence ot impnaonmttnt recently imposed upon the editor of the KoenigHberg Gazette for libeling the FraprLbs tiederiek hiia btoti n voked piesumabiy ot the instance of thu acting upoa the suggestion of his moth r KATAt I IN A COI TIKHY. A collioi y explosion occurred at Herstal Belgium by which several miners were killet and a largo number injni cd Miss Mabel Sands of New daughter of the Into Mahlon who died here in fiom tlie eflects of injuries re- ceued by boing thi OH n fiom his horfee ID was ruarritxi yesterday to Lliirtnto Granville Sinclair eldest son uf Sir J loll maihe burnnot bi idrgi oojn is an oihcf r in the Scots Guards OulcU I'.ooltmuUIiiff CHK DPP of tho most re- mni kablc fpats in the 1 1st iry of lio il making fliia Bctoinplishcd m this city Tuesday four lionrs to tho minute from tho .entitling of tho a compute hhtoiy of tho Cronin from its inception up to the srrnes of Monday making n vol ume of 374 loth bound and guilt let teied wfm hud on the desli of the United It is entitle 1 f rune of the Cen jnpartri hy Homy M Hunt and published by the People's Publishing com pany rorord of rapid it is gaid has nevei equnlel HE STOLE AN ENGINE. A Wild Ititle and Narrow Kurnpe from ft Frightful CulllKlon Aln Duo thief stole a locomotive fiom ihe yartls of the Alabama 3nat Southern Rulruod company at Fnsca ioosa a few nights ngo and t a wild ride of eight miles He wns pursued by soinn tiain meu on another etipine who iliod sov 1 shots nt and mi ng mattei 6 Iwcoin- ing sei ioua ho jumped from ihe locomomo jubt in time to allow hta purniiera to sido ui ack it and pi u vent a diaasli ous colhsiou with a fast ft eight train Late every night a ficfght triinUmndp up at T a seal 003 and it waitw foi a south bound ftist to pass Ihe engine MUH on a uncoupled fiom the trim After express passed the freight train crew saw a man throw the switch o pun to the main truck leap into the cab of open the throttle and then depart tike a flash with the locomotive Ihe crew aecuuul and boarding a switch engine started m pur suit of the locomotive ami the tbiaf It was nine miles to the first station and n through was fly- expected from the opposite direction and oil the Name track After a ride of eight miles tbe pm- Buers came in sight of locomotive They opened fire at the limn and he slowed up u lit leaped from tbe engine and es cnped in tho woods Tho men on tho switch engine had no time to follow They hoaul the roar of the apptoacbing freight and with leas than ten seconds to spiro got tbe two engines on a side track in time to avoid a collision Mourning Tinned to Dec colmod woman her an undertaker and a coffin leFt Baltimore last Friday on tlm steamer Cor Bica for Rolph'a whai Chester i Queen Anne's county Ihe woman hnd received a letter stating that her son had died mid had been buried near Rolph's Khe wnnttd to take his body home the paity ai- rived at the ling the agent sntj he thought the who was named wns not deal The undertaker stalled towaids Chin fh Hill to llnd and on the innd he met Potti alive and with a gun on his shoulder A family reunion followed 1'oU i and his mother andhisfariutuined to Baltimore wluro wuo met hy two of Petei 's bi othei who bt pieces of cinpo mound their haU 1 U'tlei an noun ing tho death was not bigne I NO SOLUTION REACHED. CONGRESSMEN STILL UNSETTLED ON THE SILCOTT CASE k t Urn to What WMS of tho Monoy In tlm ffattnt-at- OfHre front HO Affieomcnt Tliun LeKCiM fcxrrrlHes In Doo tha Silcott InMuitlgatiug oomtulttoe Tuesday time was every Indication that tbe tangla the rrapoublbility for the loss Ihe money takau by Silcott had been dis- posed of so as committee is con- cerned A compromise between tha two op- ilng factious of the oommlttee was effected hy which It was agreed that the matter mid bn rofori ed to tbe court of claims it wns that a bill of the difficulty in this way would bo prepai cd and submitted to the committee for appioval Some of the niombors of the made n pi oposition yesterday faror- iiiit Ihe dlstnbutiun of the money lomalninK In tlio itafu of tbe sergeant among tbe mem who lost the whole or part of their sal- dlk'S tlnouKh Silcott'a embezzlement. A livolv dmdlssion eiiRlled nnd when the com- mittee Adjourned it found itself further from a solution of the problem before it than at tLttv other time dui the session ii'lJuurniiiK the consist- In g of Mtssrii Pnyue and was ap- poinU'il to examine the private accounts of iiulivMual members in Iho sergeant's v-lib msti uctlous to report to the committee ttl the aftel noon sosHiou Ail AdtlnxH tn Stanley D f spontaneous gnth Imlmn coiiimunitj hflo wuitnl on stniil y nnd him with an und in asilvor his in opening Cttitial Afiitato com- nicico Htnnloy in rtplving expressed his Kiiteitalnliiff M RT Dec 19 special cm loft the Uiuou depot Monday boarmg the vuluntuiy liondamen of B M tlio shijer of Frank J to where six citl zens of St agpregnte wenith nf attached tlieir to tho bail bond Among tho invited Clients of the pai ty was Father Pbalon Mi Clminbi rs' Rpititual and on his rettnn to the citv tliu honiici lo became tljo gm-st tor the ening of tho llomuu Catholic cloi gy ho Lonijioso tho faculty of tho St Louis UMI verity Iho bomNinpn and invitxd guistu timed in tbp ovenlug ut lony btniK invited to do so by the four nephews of Mr C ho m hois Inphel IVIjei'H Uill DHL conlesl af the will of Clulstoplier the Niw Itinns RI for the unique compliment Wi0k milhonRire ruhlici manufacturei has paid to him and dwelt upon tho bright pros- been settled out of Ihe court The manner THE SHIPPING LEAGUE. Mouther fnteiferea With MHrltlnm Exhibition. BOSTON Doc 19 stoim yovterday in- t.-i fore t sni loutily TV 1th tho oxi.Teimw by the Ainuicaa bhipping league at the MHiilime exhibition FnIUr of Hnth spoko briefly of the liiborsof those n ho are struggling agahiflt adveise cit cumitancott to lovlve the interest in AuiiMlcan shipping iputoimnt Uovoinor who wan ex pin tod to deliver an uddieae of and other notod Bent letters of gi et. Congronsinnn Hookot of Mississippi tele prnpfd tth'it oojnincn'u follows In the wnkn of the American which Li the flrnt Htep in building a navv which will place the United Stati-s first among the uaval powers of tho worlij Hoii Chnilca Woodbury then delivored an a Idrnss Hhowing the necessity of subsidies moichant vesnolri to a nouti til conimei cc3 in cuso of war in Eui unil a ntMiclcs foi H navy in caso of wai iu- vulvnig the Unitoi btatoa ERIE STORE Book Department The low prices on all our llnwi of locika have been received wttn BTiaenl H'lsfuciion. Our Popular on standard Books place item WlthlB of all. Illustrated Bound Books 1UC to Wo. Handkerchief Department. This nnporlUH'Hl CUiislLnH Dcplit- ment is more inviliOK tbOT nnd offers an unlimited aaBortwont of goods. An immense line all linon fancy iicuisiluhcd from lOc upwards. Miscellaneout. Silk Umlirvllns A pair of our Celc- biiitfd I' Kid make nibch apiiioclHtvd CUrillinM uHt. I'tiltu KutiUK Kid a lin. toi llunduyg BlttUc I A Cuf'orclu MotiHtroslty. ATI 19 seven miliH fnjni Quit man thnra livee a li inurnud IIUKIO woman who recently gavo bit th to a child which prentmts a ru inHi kfilile InuteAil of a nose of the regular tho n it liaj a well devel- oped proboscis of on clopbant. On either ______r 'fwllw iiiie Si is t-uuiklng aud Toilet IB Mui.1 i.iid Cilluloid Novellliai In and Kum u.ako utoel Uellrublu eiiiiHimiw nod Munliu Uoll's UuHdH. luiporlcd I iiiiuiim. l'iluting 'I iiys bifiiiu Picture aod LeitBi Hlocko. MuiiUwl OodilH We liBVt pirli'Ctcd nrntugeiueou foi ikluLiy ul Uoods Hi uny lime tilso lio'tting uny goods iu icbuivunliUallcd foi woulUlm- IIIWR I'niruuH ihe iidvlBi _ inuklng tlivir seli'CtioiiB in eni'ly M blv tin n by sei'iniuK a better cliulce and tdho to tivtiiil the Inevitublu ruth Immert- niltly bbfoiu ClnioluiiiB A full Hue ot In'iinl-' wcni i an be fuuncl our iminuiiKe u Lolkclinu. lufnutH1 Kuit bin lliuiil or fchorl MmbrJ. t hawU in Uobua. Infunts' Toilet AiticJeriSbo. A Nnvtliy tihBorinienl of floe CiiNhiniru uuil bilk LadlM' liinuiifiil Huudeome VVilluw VNniu buitablo for Uneful CliiiHlnmH Toki'ii8 Open every evening until 10 oYlock Choice Sc'ieetlon ol Iniicy lion Nute fJbllilreni' bilk I'hibh New and M'UHiible 1'lusb Cloaks and M uliout uue Imlf 1'ilce A rare Barnln. Clnld'vii'8 only fl.OU u i in I'api'rNap- kiiiH in licuiiufull BBS one 1 aud diiapti forllolidny use than Erie ptcts of tha early devolopmi-nt of the British whlch fho estate is to lie divided ot tlns projects two I EnstAfnca company's temtory He espec- mado public that it is agrwil to do- teeth of ulmoimal dimensions that lonk like public ept that it is agre inlly urged the importance of connecting I vote f go 000 to the proper cale uf insane Mombdssa by railroad with the Vlctona son Howard MVPI The piovidoil in view of tho fat-t that tho eiwu OM merely for his suppoi t HIB will le ft nothing ing weie densely populated and to Mrs Myci and onn but by tho would gtive as an Important market fur now mpnt they are aald to receivo liiindiomn dormant Ttuopean manufactures ninoni t8 Ni Dfp agonts of the Not lit i lands line of stPiniprs iRarned. that the of tho steimer Leeidam benn Ian le 1 snfely at Hani bin g 1 he fite of on bonrd thp steanioi fJun Qimn the in ool IiMon in thp N ith is not known th vtssoK we nt down The was hound fiom Ilotteidurn from South Ameiica an i the Gun Qimn Sia from Hioga for Ijondon El LS INTRODUCED A Grltit of Luld fori CnngreitB Dec the bdK nitrtducodm the stnate yestti i ij was one hy Mi tho gi IHI nl wt Ifaio of Unittd htttt'S The bill poMden that schools toetiiuato all ulhs under Jt and ovei 4 vial's not otherwise t ducat ed shrill bt e-4ab ed that a board of mtional etiiif ition cnnbibting of ono inenibcr from stri t of Columbin and one fioin each oktho states and toi shall be organized the mem lets to be nominated by tho pnttidt nt ami conflimed by the senate and to hold office for one and to per diem pav not nuntiomd Ihtyato to meet in fc'Washington annually Congi ess shall app opiiate for this pin pose The hools are to be unrter the conliol of the national the board to recommend to the president for adoption bj congress nil such methods and means as seem to establish a perfect system of national educa Mr Hoar introduced a bill to establish a prison ami i eformatoi y for persons con victed of violating the of the United States. Among the bills introduced in the house were Foi the relief of the merchant marmr of the United States engaged in foreign to define and tax to repeal all la providing for the of gold for tho redemption of tieasmy the direct tax bill to provide for the free coinage of for the development and encourage ment of silk culture m the United States un der the supervision of the secretaiy of agn establisbiug a bureau of appoint for the creation of a permanent tri bunal to settle disputes between the Unitec Great Fiance and other countues to prevent the contraction of the cuiiency and for the replacement of the na tlontil cuirercy with United States notes and to limit the amount of national bauk tion Mr Trruy of New York for the en- forcement of the eight-hour law on govern Sltfitvei In tlto Metropolis FU Pan Amenran dui not go on the tup to the city nstitutions ttrday moining on account of the utifnvoinhln weather About noon the meinbti s the congress divi le i up into dif- trenf one pirtv gt ing to fit Fian is i r'a rollegf A number went to to fin mntuipp and ano her dele gati in isutil C Gambia colUgf IllUiiK'H tit Miriiieiipolis MINNTM Doc Koth'.i.hll Is clot ing linu-i nn 1 J B Orvsral mer nint r t Inv made nt1- The H I -i lull- IIH lin are 000 and D 11 Mt C i h ibllltK 3 ore not jet 1 fi nt IvUnmn but are thought not to be liugc nil maul nnspasonalilc nnather s sai i to nibti umcntul in closing botll Desertions In November TON Dec 19 Proctor m iking an tffort to reduce desertions in the m my n minimum and w giving the sut ct h pel -.onal attention lie re- ctivts monthlv itrorts from all the regiments '.how the dwsprttons each month Iho teports for N nembtr hive tabu 1 vted un i show Ijb from the ranks ol J4 000 men Kniser'ii Sore Fui Deo affection of tho ear from which the cmpeior baa aultetud moie A HoirlM SAN Dec IJeutli. 19 Mdo a Slavonian suffering from gnping in the thu tusks of an The eyes are Hinail and far apai t ami nltoRctlici the facial la that of an elephant that tho iiiothui mw mineral months ago at a circus. htewui t of tins county was tbe woman's uhcMi tho monsti OBity was born it usLiir Ililay of svU a and OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT. The Kirk llnd No KffBot. Uec Murray Confod or leas foi aevoial has assumed a phaso became insano from pnm and cut- einto nw.K lation which erected a monument morn alai mine than ol tbo attacks he hii causing death On tho arrival on the U. batllelleld lost which hnshpietifoie experienced He 11 being nub- of the offlcors Dallaschi wan found ntnndlng nction a TiUabnrg G A R post joctei to constant tieotnient for the disorder tho midrllo of tho loom in a pool of I ti IntK-r from Sucretary Krauth wlthy.xirdlgnlljtorffulelhelmpuUUon. Chicago lack to Him In y Ciii'-ioo Deo. 19 labor tiuns of this city have addremd iiiK letter to President Dm Inif thu last prosldentlitl campslin It salil Uiat yon had excroHed younwlf tha tlmta worklntiman sh'uiM ha satisfled wltb VI ilay At that time you considered ItnotlaooB- and suflorb etci nciating pim nrnzll n Fornior I'rlnie Minister Dec f01 m- eily imperial pi lino minister of Imi ssued a tuanifesto on tho situation in that country winch as followi 'Should tho entire mtion sanction the republic it w ill tut tlie of all Biazilians to rtspect ths supiLI IL voi diet tearing out his vitals and cutting tlum off in ttions anil throwing them on tho floor He died Ixifoie relief could be administered Ihe casn is ono of the most hoi rible in tha annals of police of tho Battlefleld amoclation us- l MirmK than that his association hud under- Yon now have an opportunity to tltt sht- Ity of your denial an nf nf labor of llnbbcd of DBC postofflo JnnicNtonn KejinhllrimH to Orgnnlrn. N Y Dec 19 meeting has been called for Jan li by tho Republicans of tho city to consider the propnwil pouna nent organization Hie plan be sides the usual officers of vice and Held anil Mint the Murray association shaft would ri mam It was BattleHelJ ho meant wliat ft said when it invitx'ci Confederates tomaik their posi- tions at now admit that the robbers who at- a committee of nine in each ward tucked tho postman in Hatton Garden Tues- who have chaige of a i anvHSS of tho day took fioin him diamonds valued at j looking after removals Booing In it aliens got 000 This statement is corroborated by the their and that voters nre mpi chants to whom the diamonds woie con- etc. signed ________ RlotouH Students. Dec students of tho unl- Itittan bv a Mud DOR. FORT O Dec in school children attending school threa miles south versity indulged in riotous demonsti ations of here while on then way homo from hool which it was necpssary for the police to use Monday were attacked by a vicious extraordinary foice to quell. Ihe dog belonging to Abraham a farmer sity has boon ordei eii closed Going Down Into Africa I Beo Portuguese South Africa company has been definitely consti- tuted to develop tbe possessions of Portugal in that country living neai here Eucu of tbe unfoi tunate children have developed eigna of hjilropho Kiiglticpr and Fireman Klltafl Dee 19 tho Donvw and Rio freight tram tion o' wieckiug eight cars Bi'U'iiuirH of cat killing or neat ly all tho and causing the denth of Engmopi William Glover and Xiieman 1 liomas Baiter Two W H Per- riugi i an 1 D were severely m- jui ed cdgA that Ferd. W PeaogBlBAd organized In a candidate tor poilOotof collector of customs at thin port. Faro. W. rAprmnnU an nlmneut ID this eonsmunllroppOMd to ornanlz-d labor Any of nasj will be oc epuxl as an affront to ta the caiisn of unionism It Is raquaitedaadaravit upon you that you rrfraln from UUaf ajajr ear Walseburg a long lion In ttittdlracllon of botxorinfflhiB man. n two and the rear per- When the Auditorium waa building Peek o front portion on a down and the refused to Rive thr oar- 1 J penters tbe night hour and tons earned he enmity of all tbe laboring used to take part in atUnd- K the laying of tbe comer stone. the club cave at AmAl- oriurr. and worklngmen were InvlMd to at- the admlmlon being only a nominal nm At a meeting of labor organiutlona ecetitly It was resolved not to attend Concerts. Tialim Ment on A DPI O Two freight tuiinton ibo Valley railroad col- and but Blight hopes aie cnteltallied for then recovery frinn the Mrotlieilumd. Pw I'I Murimnn at tbe 10 tut leaguo in New YoiK tlm ft immeil mui were unini mcU'-lT txi elled tor Tinlati ig tlieir to the bioiheihoM Glasscock Clnrkson Denny Mulvey and Uelehanty A for the Sugar Men. Dec H At n meeting of the ways and n enns committee of the house Ri presentativos Wilkenson of Louisiana and Funstone of Kans is requested that the sugar nroduccrs be gnen a h nrmg before the committee on Jan 6 The lequtst was agreed to_________________ Influenza in Boston. Dec 19 physician says there are a dozen cases of influenza in Boston and there is good reason to believn the affection wi 1 become general m this city Moie Al rests at Salt Lake. SAIT Dec 19 more ariests have been made in connection with recent developments for the grand j-ry All gave bonds. FOOTBALL MEETING Unilmonlh llerpives the Pmmant In the Intor-Gollcgiate Association. SPHIMFIEID Dec. meeting of the Inter collegmte Football league held hero last evening and representatives were piesent from Dai tmouth and Massachusetts In- stitute of 1 cchmology and Stevens pennant wns formally voted to Dart- mouth F chospn president for tlm ensuing year Am- berst s pi otest against the Tecliinology team was ruled unconstitutional Tho most intei estmg feature of the even- ing was tho bitter denunciation of Dart- mouth all the fiom other colleges claiming that teams Hanover were unfanly tieated bv the tollcgo students there The Dm tmouth delegates pi onnsed and on this condition were le- adraitted into tlio league Adjoui ned bded north of tho city at U yesterday The tiain from the north was running with o.ders meet tho northbound at whllo Ihe southbound train was ordered to N Y.Dec 1'1-John en 1 hey mot on a throwing employe of the Up-town Gas be- I tllroe 'wt fore going bomo Tuesday night went Into tbo ThlJ of the southbound tiain received storage loom and found throe men looking fatal injuries forartules could stcil Ho wan set upon by kicked and budly beaton He ls mtltal His ussa.lantslmve an rated A T x M 1 Tex Dec 18 Rugnr Uorliexlei Hall Club IncorporHted. AIBANY Doc Rochester baseball club was incorporated with the secietory of state by Honry S Augustus William C bergnr and Conrad all of Roches- on the Comanche Jolt Short was ter Its capital is lined at divided killed and his brother wounded by Ike into eighty shares man of tmouth was witness to the killing of George Caijterbuiy by Jeffs E C last and this led to the encounter A Sptclal Sexsion Called W Va Dec Goveinor Wilson has issued a pioclamauon calling a special session of tlie legislature to convene the third Wednesday in and speci- fying thirty three mattei s upon which legis- lation be enacted The most important one is the settlement of the contest between Fleming and Gi. for tbe office of goveinor A Banquet tu Jutlge N Y Dec 19 banquet -was tendered to retn ing Judge Danforth by the associate judges of the court of appeals last night at the Fort Ol ange club Among the guests present were Governor Bishop Doane and other pi eminent citizens A racuse Clothier Falls. N Y Dec 19 Brown- clothier has failed Fourteen judg' A Prospective 1'rlre Tight. N Y 19 interest is manifested hero m the fight between Bobby Haight of Hudson and Jack Dugan of which is to come off to- night within ten miles of Troy Haight seems to be tho favorite In the betting A Mine Shaft Destroyed. Pa Dec. shaft of the Standard mines at Mt Pleasant took fire from natural and with all tho machinery was entirely destroyed Low Several hundred men are idle inconsequence. To Arrest Mr. Powderly. Dec 19 was reported yesterday that an officer was coming fiom Greenburg to arrest Mir Fowdei ly m the Caliagban but up to a late hour Mr Powderly had not been arrested TlilevPS Away With Dec 19 total amount secured by tbo rubbers of the State National jank yesU-iday was the thieves hav- ngdiopped tl WO in their flight from the Di eraisfs There is no good desci iption of men and no clue to their n hereabouts Pennsylvania's State Dent. Pa Dec 19 Governor Beaver announces a reduction of WO in the state debt dui ing the year ended Nov 1889 _________________ The Callaghan Postponed. Dec 19 hearing aggregating over filed j in the Callaghau conspiracy cose has been yesterday postponed untd Jan. i. Pub.lc Ilull.llnif mils Dec 19 were intro duced in the house yesterday for the erectloti of public buildings in a number of ncludtng the following Malone. Rome and New York Increaalnx tlie Preferred Stock. Dec 19 stockholders of the Thompson-Houslon Electric company votw to increase tbe pi eferrod stock by making a total capitalization of Fi eight Trains Collide. Dec. A freight train col lision on the Baltimore and Potomac rail road blockaded the tracks for saveral hours Engineer Mimck was seriously burt. Sentenced fur Criminal Assault. Me Dec Turner convicted of crinunnl has been sen tenced to ten yaars at hard labor In prison Henri liochnfort Uanferouly IIL Dec 19 Rocbefort big dangerously in this city. Dancer from Water. Dec. 19 floodl of be last week cmuoii an Immense bremk the level along the Sacramento river about wo miles below this city The water BM wen pouring through this opening IB bank ever and a bar to inn across Die river below the con- equently fears are entertained tkat channel of ibe river would and thai navigation would be destroyed. a dispatch to Henator Btaa- calling tha attention of the Korerament to ibe matter It Is feared great dealmoUoai of property will follow. Put on Short Time. Pa Deo 19 iany has posted that tbe awl floorers on all their throochoot tbe Hcbuylkill region will be put on tbret- quartcr time on and after to oon- tmue indefinitely. Individual wfU also go on three-quarter Urae. By la- tion the of men and boya are nfCocted. An Old Hollread Ml Dec. 19 A special from Uiaod that J. M. Hitbe. formerly train dispetcber on the Fort Wayne and since 1876 superintendent of the Grand Rapids and died sud- denly there yesterday. Mr. Worn I DP. a a D of New delivered an Intenatfaifj Forefathers' day addreat lait ereidiiff OB Spirit of the A and appreciative audience liatencd to the oreUoo. Shot by Vorsaar Htxsntmrr. Dec. Emll one of tbe of tbe prefecture of ttie wae shot dead by a man named who for- merly acted as M. ROUI'I Horetarj. arncted. A Blast Fnrnaee Vf. Pa Dec. furnace No l of the Colraln Iron company at Fed- dmgton was blown in yentarday and em- were given an increase of 10 per 364 MAIN Opposite Iroqnols Hotel. Just Take a Look at MONROE'S HOLIDAY   

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