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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 20, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               f VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1889. NO. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. -.fH Kl LINt, MVCUINF fnrrillillf. in it blink it tht, lattat amhtioii t< M i HI il Ixpirtinuitiif I inkirk Tt ntit g Company I FX S C ml and Wood "i luilr.il AIMUM-I OWJOBIW NiikU rmu i nt All iriu its ot Hard and Soft Coul !dl Li i I" r ill I TC.C i lor wl.ole.mle lots I IlliKNsi SON, V 2-5 Center r c iri Irte Ovciifl1 Klcctnc Broad reotnul a i I r M. MANN, Practical Plumber, (.ac A iu I steam fitter Special attenti in i t. riuinlnng I HihiiK, Heating mil' II i s r t urnau.0 H fc. Tliird street. I1 It (.IKTOIIU, 22.1 and 225 Cciitrsl Av( 1> I'lioKiffrujiliu- InnUmtanec Vvraihs (if JtaOios spu ally sittui' i i nut wait tor smith ne except I.OOK IIIVINO, 1'rj j) r No Seuoixi Mtioet near II li IMinklrk N Ml i I'lmji'ilitt. i't' buiinil mall stiles Urdcii' tlj atttndc 1 to A.I1 work gu nteed I IL1M Utlt S CKOtKERY HOUSE. ctntiul avenue w t dlcsale and retail dealer ID IM and China Glassware, Ac. ,IIAS H. 1HI Central ATc Gin V_y Iiihurftnct, I ire, Accidtnt ami I-ire ,il n tratrling inuurB vour lie in tha olil r< il lltlll fcstaU) Agent. 1 int. nticoliutc 1 on u-opertv C 1IOTKU pu day 1 ant Itouiding stable in connection Victor Kuler, 335 and Ml Lwn street. (ITY 8UOP Magle, Prop. Cnlir lake Shore National Han't, cuinu i i an I Hurl A Liid Blo< k ol fi reign DomuBtio J center street, 1'rnitiuil hone 4I1UCII Particular uUihtn n to interfering horsed fallowing oi loin ti. tr .lung horses tt speria ty I iLMtlitK (HISKKTIilt. Largest Omly IB the Conuly Au unciiualled advertising medium. DCNKIKK ENGINEI.K1NO OUWPANl l  gouda nonam in Dunkirk D UNKIKK CANDY WOUKS, tU h ihirdalrcti afaniifacturcr ol I'uro liorou fresh tver> day DF. TOOMKV, 4'MaiuHlr. I ion street, 1'ealorin phutcD, etc. btitablixhe I, llfi I ion street. il, all Haled llay.I'hiM 11 C. JONKS, 71 K Thud sL, cor Deer. Kxcolsior Went Muket trcnh Salt and nicked Meute, LarJ, SuuaagoB, Ojutera an Poultry. HE FKOl'I.E'8 GOODS STOKFfr IVT Block, Dunkirk: Wood's lilock rrerloiiid Jolm O Parlour JKWFUtX. tt liuj tho Aurora Uailroail W fitch Hi liu nnjf n >a'H trunk F J_l i I ft _____ IU MWKKK, McrUmii I Tailor, ____ Cfnlriil Avenue T UOU'll, M f) ami snr- KCon Olliee, 21'( tntial Avtnuo 3 on s di up J to IU tl lo 4 and 1 in H p m Sumlii) t ,0 to I0' 0 a rt KiHldenfC Ce itrit Avenue 1< all, N  a maj be left at I >ons drug ton, nuhtor ilin, iinil will bo Uc- nored ai d atteink i to SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT WAS I I I lib l i MorKetK man tcihiin ill (lAlxelln laltux Mlirjll'in in i it n v, mh posil on I i o I input liuiriiriis R ai t ApjiU at 1 III luster N 1 f ESMI N: Wiintirl Ht om c loeil oi Iniviliiiir UIK l'a> ittnliHoik SelhdK mt rcu I UiinKessflry I NKV Nurojmnii, (heater, N i o itllt I'ateiitAUnnryH lib Till St union, I) C I I'atintuf 1 e I ILU Htri I MM L li( 1 HU t s( I lirt I I nicl( MllltfllCptUlUl All I'UIU It IlllrilllCtS eon Itu i 1 fo.....drill Inforn tt n t an I l I reKi l tl( lit II II OEANLEST MODERN DISCOVEBY Triiiniph of IMuirin icy, 1 li only tr it, ictical I'MXIK 01' HIAI III i one th.it pro not- pt-titi uise-, tht s (hfjcsti n, improves Hit liver p iritis tla 1> tl ml d nervLs w i hn it in jut rnaotiun, d ont th i in iv ht t ikui ihkt bv KC! It or ii f nt c tnj minis 111 nk oi vile r nn r I) til wl isKc.y svvLcttntd uid under the ti k-. f hitters toil  llr, n lihtod pitiltUr without pultftm a Jiver toulo niihotit Jiiff and above nil, a dtliiiuliint without alnihul I he o U m. Mthsn.li powers in tlio world. FROM WASHINGTON. DISCUSSION OF NAVAL OFFICERS' SALARIES IN THE SENATE Mr. Gorkiill Grows Quite Rxcltotl In 11 u for Holiday Adjournment for Old Soldiers In Civil Service Ap- the orld's Fair WAHHINOTOV, Dec SO samite yester day toncuiiccl In the house solution for a bolldiy ri'L'tHS fiom Satmday next until Jun (j An adverse report was mado on Mr Blair's Joint resolution for a constitutional amen 1 mont tonttijring on the District of Columbia representation Jn the two a and in the electoral college Mr Cbanditti called up bis resolution in repaid to orgoniZ'iUoM among naval A cir  of tho peibonml of tho naval do paittntnt ami exj iefest-1 a hoiw that nil the ofllf ers w on Id i prom ptly 13 Mr Thornns' communication Mr Hitler had nu objection to Urn resolu tlon I loptod nor to afulluiui igution Of tl 1 t Mi C (I mil hisastoniilimnntot s imloi from S mth t ur jlmu nay thntullk rs of tie aim) un 1 navy have tht it 11 out h5. 1 t nd LOU] I not nj pioach Cf nguis Any ofllter might send a notition to tht> 01 house through the proper channel Tho question wus whethpi fliurs ha 1 a i ight to g )into a combination, pitying a fixid in advance au 1 to pay a. coutingf nt foe Mr should lint do it QS well us any other body of ns! Mr ho public will answer that question I bold in my hand a similar art it !e issued a shot t time ago m rtfeienoo to anothei bill to im it nso the Balmy of officers in which It us stated thtt ilio foe is as a ri'taimr with a touting nt fee of 000, and in wh th tht. asseism nt is spol on of us foi OUH IIHS and for another (lass to pay the retaining fee biKh things ho de clared, was a dmgiaoc to tba army and navy Mr ttutlei If the senator from Missouri WfiKuotHO much Mr CotkuoH senator from Missouri la never excited [Lalighter Mr Bull would like to ask ihe senator Why he of thin aa nn absesatnuit f supposed that tbeio was BOI t of com pulslt n about astussments Mr used the word wh eh tho offiur himself uw-d in his conflJential cu cular Mi promised not to got ex cited Mr perfectly cool Aftei furthti dlsoussi by Senators But- ler, Cocktu II and Cull tho resolution was od to Aftu conflinnng n, number of nominations til sec i ot session the st nnto ad j turned THEY DON'T FAVOR BftlCE Oh Their Reaftons for Opposing Ills Senatorial Canvium COU.MUT S O 20 Tim evening panels contain interviews with sixty leading Democrats of this city, all of whom are men of state fume, and many of them of national reputation and who bitterly tbo Domination of CaUm S Brice foi tinted States senator It seerfia these Intel aie the outcome of a secret meeting hcid by them a few duys ago to oppose Bi ice's can h dacy, and which is a part of tho st lies of being hold in county SHE MEANS BUSINESS. ENGLAND WILL PROTECT HERSELF FROM PORTUGAL. "I A EM IM f ir surpis ni; i EKLE HOTtL and anloou, Union Depot tasy aceesa to all trninftand nesb ISetft aecummoilittnmn for Colo l Traveler 8 John J Murphy. Plop III.EKS H CO LJ   uuukirk 1'rintinK Conijianj, S ami 10 h. it j I tl H %AN IH'HKN SON, Fire life, t) 11 lent mil t.eneral IimuraCoC De'al- ili. t, t ite and t'ariU ular j [i in i nl u ne cue of iiroperlj collctt- Ce .1MI ei ter nt.ind floor M' u l central Avenue I Bpci J. Oi> ctvur 'l slr-tt lea, Inink It iffi'o Uubee, lfns nut sleifih Uobes IbMl I IIVM h 1 ilc >lu 1 nt in> b upt ed I HJUID I IFF, VI UAOf is ijtoniL, u a d r inlitts di tton r ir Ui 11 is i i nut uncil oiistful i tin tqtml of t uid IH> count rt ILI. lia-. cvt sintt it stirnul i ts on i utrit it ti _ _ ind ill tht fimU cms whereby hi we liter illv talc it vitality iu si t t niiivh to insert tli Kill'ItittiTM ilonw not crp ut or L mpoinul with si t ilai known is n markrfhli. for nutltinif else wonl 1 he nn ort ii thL prod (.tion o( tin nudicnil tnnth roots antl herbs f wlut.h t! is Hittt-rs is toiup std of tliein us d In tht, I uli ins u d tl L inedual part ui tht tri, itincnl of ctiills ind rheum ati sin c it irrh tons mi] tion it r IILH 1 Lf nipl 11 it kid t> d IM, uin dlt COllt plJLs hoils br.II] d i, 1st too minicrous ti mention, hut is ly un Itrst d n th it tion o the Hitttrs i t L it il i u t oiii n r tminl rtd I ht, di o M.r> w u irtly ictidtn til I ut tht pre (-nt I tltt I-11 JUlIFuS T9 niL HLStI I OF StrivNt L, M tlions of sufferers griu fill mil tfl lly en 1 ir etl in ihe p qu irtt-i of a tcrtury, the womlerful bit ttss of llus 1 HI-NOMhNAI TOMC OF ti ih'e It i uul two in Ohio In an fntoniuwllon H J Honth says op] ose Tin re bt cause in tl e spn it of the con stitution ho is f. rasi lent of Vork Ohio B a prroatpi than New Yc rk outside of INtw and thoro 31 uo renuon why tint si 1 bo mada a nolitiril append nge cf thut (ity It we must to >ow Yoik, in t take lliotnas I M I Southard r n oi He ilt 11 of st.na toi la] cnJihj c, 1 f f I i ace, n known Uull stroot If thi pirty co if n of judg nc t thnt. Ohio 13 to bo coiisidtif 1 a i tren porkut borough to bo p n ti LI tity will go Into politicil (jimantinG Jf Mr Buce has de veloptd anv of Iht ipmhtiLS of a gteat limn his fi ion Is ui e VLI quitt about it 'Vlleii 1 am both Bi ico and Ih >nms for the reason I gtivo wtLlts ago An 1 in addi ion this kind of a Jttwn mower, rmli >a 1 st )ck kin 1 of away thoy htuoof oondutti a cniup iifii fora pisituii to boat both of thom out of t and I 1 c lit v< it 1 C 1 Jamts I am opposed to theihoutMjf Mi fiiKoiis stnatoi liccausd I do not bt h vo h< n of Obi within tho ut and intuit of tlio t-ojiHtitu- tv u Mijor Bi uc t i postmaster HUH! hip nil I mud S nt 4 btnatorship loul 1 I ii as K i ii I f r larg ilnitK ns t i i r limp ngn fund J be state of hi ou0h to I n t i nt d in tho neiiate a in in vi lump quulilu ill j is are tin lionot- blH an I u i life and j iiblio caitfi, toalfist mil bi! ceio allumnu to Ikmo- ratif an t und rstumJ ig 01 (in pi hti< til qtustioi M of tlio and il   MIMIKT (.b. A book c udhewrttcn if its virtues in o htr ol test nn on i iK, hut it is on I v i tt ss try to rim nib risgmLnl iipr n tht. 1 d brain i tl mnts to re itt> in a in >i ity nfthoilUthat tlcwth K Iu ir N- and (li.it no funill> should b  to aid the exhibition, the pnernoi to certify iu writing tho amount of nm ney so suls( i or pledged Tbe bill appropriates 000 by the government to be expended ut der tho direction of the secre- tary of tho tnasuiy for all purposes con necied wlt'i tho aibmssl n of foioigu goods to The bill piovides that United shall not, under any circum itancoa, be liuble for any debtor obligation of the co! poratkm known as tho Unitec States Exposition IV IIII r T ulus h li.ll HOI >.r h k DON IM> I Murriy, 1 ion laett. d-uultv mvle of saiiitarj P'umhlng, 111 ami li ta t ittaig guar- I 17 Thml street, i il Tml.M wil flint it to (U n ig to call on me before purchasing I'.11 C VKV CO, S.S Lion street. rai ilinlwirc, White loml.Oils Painters s inlUiilis, Grat te A special trwii I as blank-books, ledgers, and i I k n Uoi blanks done at Dunkirk Prin'ing Compnoy, and 10 E. Second St. KLI1O1.PI Lo MOLJJENHAUEK, Thml ami Buffalo Sts., C.ramte, Marble, Flagging anil It" i MS -.tone Call on me buyinf r HI If w lU Jt to, 7 ind 9 East Front hiskv, Winos, cral Liquor Store for Family Use. KOISEKT M'KAT. Lirn street, the depot i> arhng sale, Feed and LiTery Stable ng b> the Uay or week on reasonable REID J w, IM Center street. Dealer in Musical Sewing Machines We make a flrrt oi Piaotw and Farrand 4 Votey Prof. Loisette's MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In of adnlterated IntJtntionB which mics the WIWJTJ and resulU ot the in Bpito the MoasMt miflrepre-enUtiptiB by eimoiw would be eompetrtora, andmspiteof ''base attempts to rol> him ol the rait of his labors (all of which tn suix-nonti .vnd popu of hie Prof Art of Never Forgetting IB nepfniuil to-day in both Hemispheres u marking an Fpoon m Memory Culture Hia (Bent free) gives of people In all parts of tbe globe who haw act- ually System rxnTeepondenoe, Bhovrinjl that his System w tued only while tetng sttuhed.not afterwards, that any book can fw learntdii n a rtafttne, mlnd-vxiiuienne cured, it c For Term- and Testimonials address Prof. A LOlgETTE, 37 Fifth Avenue, N Y C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 MAIN ST, Y. Eli I mm mm Clocki, SUvenvare, Leathei Gootl-t, Etc. G, GOLD  iMihvidiml merubpis of congiesn. Of tht two members, Messrs Uolman and Tcinphill tho latter ngiewl with tho mi nrity that the gergpan at-arms is a public- official, but prefers rofcrnng the question to ho court of claims for settlement Mr Hoi man is opposed to any appropriation, and avors paying prnate dcposlfcord out of the unds on hand m the sergeant at arms' ofllce ind then dividing pro rata, the balance of ,he assets among all who hare any salary lue them Some members oC tho majority hold this to bo unjust because thoy say those members who, like Mr Holmnn and others, mve draw n their salaries in full up to November or clcse up to date, would havo .ho advantage of sharing in the acoumula- uns of assets duo to tboae members who mve i ot diavui their salaries for mutiths A Warlike Sentiment Quickly Spreading Throughout Great ISrttafo Ordered to Keep Where They Can be KfBched hy Henry Idea by the Cabinet CounolL LOVDOV, Doc. 30 ihe precautionary ctiou of the ainnralty in arranging for the ernovil of the naval and hospital storei for bo MtdUeri ancan and channel fleets from tibun at any moment that tbe transfer may deemed necessaiy or expedient, baa routed urpnaing, intense and widespread warlike cntimeu here In addition to this measure iio admiralty has also issued orders to the (editeriaiiHttn squa Iron to remain until urther notice wituiu rauch, that Is to Bay, whne the oan be communicated with telegraph in case of any overt act of hos- ihty or contumacy on the part of Portugal hut the government is thoroughly in earneit n its lenolve to call Portugal to account for ior truat faery, rapacity and downright rob- >erv in boutheaa4 Africa tbera is now no loubt whatsoever, and uulesa the govern- iieut at T isbon recede from unteim- pobtiion without unnecessary delay, It will find tha tin eatened republican uprising within her boiduiii to be one of tha very least f her ti oubleH AN UM-AKNED INCREMENT" CIAUSSL Tho rnbinet council baa raised a breeze whit h is i y no means conSned to auy polit- cal part) by the addition of an "unearned ncroimml' clause to the bill providing for of the Ktrund, ThisdMiseis u the natuio of an unqualified proposal to ossi ss lo< jl and adjacent o m ono to half cai lo ids loadtcl with clothing to jd tin 1 fee I for stock is being shipped t v ai lima i blitf committoes for disti ibutlou PARNELL AT LIVERPOOL. Ha U rieienterl With a for A3.50O. A )L, Dec 20 Parnell arrived bore yesterday afternoon He was mW by a deputation of Liberals who presented him with an a 1 li ess In reply Mr Parnell urged thoelectors of Lancashire to give their full support U> Gladstone at next election. At a banquet given in bis honor last even- ng a check for amount collected ,n Liverpool for the Pftrnell defense fund, was handed to Mr Parnell, who gratefully- acknowledged tbe honor In thanking the donors of the gift, Mr Parnell eetid he thought himself entitled to boast that be was the first Irishman who had been so trusted by Englishmen, who had started the aul> before Sir Charles Russell had suc- ceeded in winning victory for him Mr Parnell reiterated his declaration that the object of the home rulers was to secure the industrial development of Ireland Ibera was once, he admitted, some justfficaefon for their hostility to England, but now they Joy- fully entered with the Liberals into a battle which ho ti usted would aoon come A PRINTERS STRIKE. T 13 THREATENED IN THE PHIL- ADELPHIA OFFICES The CompoBltora on tha Morning; Papers Will Uu Out on Christinas Kve Unlem They Are Granted a Kalce In the Scale. A Hospital Flic It Flramrn PHILADELPHIA., Deo 20 the rcwo- ution passed at a hpeciaj meeting of Typo graphical Union No 2 ou Tuesday night the officers of the union sent nuticis to tbe pro jrletors of the morning and Sunday morning newspapers urTectad, that tbe demand for an advance in tho price of setting type from 4) to 45 cenU per thousand enu would taka effect on and after Christmas eve The papers concerned all English weekday aad Sunday moruing papers now paying the union price of 40 oenti per thou- taud except tha Public Ledger, which haa toeu paying 40 cents por thousand for many reari, and several papers not recognized ai union offices. The number of men directly involved is estimated at BOO These, it is mid, will positively refuse to work on "'hrmtmaa ere, and thereafter, unless the in- crease is conceded Tbe newspaper man and tbo Job id book meu not Im luded Iti the move- ment, nor will tb ource or worrlment was the mitfortunea. Tfae dcnaeita deoreaxxl from for tbe weak ended Julf to 000 for the past week. Ramon es to notes ot Dltmati's about to fait dun, aggre- 12JC, 15C, 170, WO, 10 40C. Handkerchief Department This iraportment ChrluUDjM, is more iovltinx thM e an unlimited aasorlmentof An Immense line of 'all linen fancy Ucm.lltobeU from lOc upwardi. MisceHaneoiMi Silk Umbrellas A pair of our bruicd I1 Cedtemorl Kid tilufu make a appreciated Chrinlmaa Oift. I'erfocl Filtlug Kid t line for ibu Holldeys at 68c Perluww 'I' iltt Toilet Articles, gating about KiflOTO, have bem T ilct Toilet ArucieB, E R Bulkloy stated that Mr Dttman'scrad- turf htm, Smokiug Tollol tWU IB itors would get 100 onnto on dollar, and Mcml ami CMIuloid in more if necessary There Is no news of Ditr Albums. Mlieet, man's wheieabouU. (tljiUlren's make moil Desirable A hat, which has boon Identified by mem- (ChrimniM Glfll Apriini MuillO bors ot the Ditman family aa tba one worn by the mlsulng banker when he met with the Huppogod fatal aoQideot on Wednaeday laat, ivan found on the west bank of tbe Bcbuyl- kill river of tbe family think this is evidence of death bj drowning, and they believe that Mr Ditninn Is dead, and that hff body is at the bottom of the river UNPRECEDENTED PROSPERITY. Harvard Vnlvenlty Catalogna Current Vear. BOBTON, Deo. Harvard unlversttj catalogue for 1889-UO will be published to- lay It shows that the current Is of unprecedented for tho Uutlurwcarmaue useful presen'a plc'.e line o( Dolls, Furniture, LMls Heads. Imported Muio I.AHU-IUI, Printltig Preiici, Mocbiulcal Toys, bicam Toys. Picture and Uucr Illocke, L'hrlstuiaaCarde. Musical Couaal Lewis Kecallnd WASHINOTON, Deo Speaking of the report thtit consul William Reed Lewis, the United Statei Representative at Tangier had been recalled, Assistant Secretary Wharkon said that it was true The dispatch recalling him was sent Wednesday It is due to Mr Lewis that tbn public should know that huj rec ill was not the result of Ihe investigation recently made into hia official conduct, but simply nn act of courtosy f i om our govern- ment towards tile sultan of Morocco, who has cnncone 1 n ituruHy a ationg animosity to the consul and rprjueste i his removal. Rights Granted. YORK Dec O Brlen granted the application made by the trustees of the Brookl n bridge to acquire title to Hurt on tho m rtherlv side ot the entrance of tins city decision is based upon a of testimony taken by B H Ol'ott ns mferee 11111 exh uistn e briefs picseutfil by counsel as to ihe law applicable Lo tho ease Strikers Return to PORTLAND Me Dec JO striking shoemakers of Shaw, Gkxllng Co. in this city have all i esumed work. Mr Shaw has gone to Freeporfc to settle the la ouble there The men say the firm has agreed to all they agkcd It is stud the ti ouble at Freeport will bo settled by the discharge of all non union workmen and that wages will bo restored to what they were befoie the strike NFW ORLEANS Dec JO Picayune's Mivbi-Jsippi spceud says Ihe whole assessed valuation of tha late Jefteison prop- ert} ill Hai rlaori county is J7'IJO The per- sonal assies neiit was J581, Beauvon la as- sessed at Commodore Grlnuell'a Ktsldcnce llurnet FALL Kil'KH, Mass Dec 20 Tho res deoce of Commodore Hem y Walton Oi in nell of tfce United States navy, at V> es.tooi Harbor, was burned yestei day A valuable collection of curios mid paintmgs was destroyed Mrs Qrmnell was rescued with difficulty Coramodoie Grinnell was abheut, being in tbe Uossachusett's general hospital, seriously ill The (Ire is supposed to have caught from a furnace. The residence was vilued at Insurance had just ex- pired. Killed by au Explosion. SOUTH ACTON, Moss, Dec JO the blowing out of a cap on the coal cylinder in the American pondtr mills one employe, C H Sanders of Maynard, was killed, and Joseph Hurcl of the same village badly in- jured ________________ Hurraing Work on the New Dock. HALIFAX Dec building of the new naval drv dock is pushed with such haste that the men are kept at work until midnight Tbe dock is to be used for the repair of torpedo boaU. Itrmnmlpil. YORK, Dec L'O the man who as aulteti Duitist Delmnater in tbe letter's (fflce a few days with an iron bar, am who has been idciinftv 1 aa a swindler, black mailer and thii" by a number of parsons dunng his elimination m court, was re manded to the lumbs, to be held without ball for ti lal Sentenced for Ferjury. ATLANTA, Go., Dec McCord, w hose testimony led to George Eddleman's acquittal of the murder of Tom Greshftm, has been sentenced to eight years for perjury Johnstown's Charter Issued. HAHRISBITRO, Pn Dec. 20 charter for tlie new city of Johnstown was issued b; Governor Beaver yesterday It Includes thi boroughs of Johnstown, Grubbtown, Wood vale, Prospect Millvale and Cambria, th population of these boroughs being at leas ________________ Explosions on K Steamer. LONDON, Deo Is reeelrei here that several explosions occurred o board the British tank steamer Ferguson lying at her wharf at Rouen One man wai killed, four wounded and the vessel an docks were damaged to the extent of Acquitted of the Charge ol Smuggling. PORTLAND, Me Dec 20 jurv has re- turned a verdict of not guilty in tba case o Capt Daniel P SpofforJ, who was on tiia for tbe alleged smuggling of wool from UM provinces. U.iodd We have perfected for delivery of floods M any-Mm MM. hired, aim for Ho'dlcg any in iescivn until called for. We would Im- upon Pilrom I be ot MM making their selrctloni H pout- I lik, then br securing a better choice and to avoid the Inevitable nub Immed- iately before Cliristman. A. Infunu' wear can be foi uiu uni- iuunense u verslty. The notfcain In students Is 180, ths largest annual iucreaie Dr I Uuud made, louR or enort Kmbrd. oame president. The toul number of stu- or Capl.nubm. dents Is not counting W> parsons who 1-egKlns, Toilet A took courses last July and August The Novelty aworluioul of Gentlemen 1 total number of resident teachers Is 217. and CaBhmere and 811k. MuflleU. LadlO.' tbe total number of officers IW. beautiful fancy partmonts showing the most marked Increase Willow Ware Suitable for Useful u re the graduate department, which gains UiritlmuN Tokens. Open every evening over 12 per ount, the college, which gains linlll IU o'clock. Chuloe Selection Ot nearly 8 per cent., and the .dentine school, faucy Box Mote Paper, which nearly doubles ito membership I Bilk I'liisli Ladies' New The UDtveralty library gains JS1.000 volumes HuliHalile 1'luab and M this year, making a total of The catalogue the foundation of number of now fellowships In depai tmont, whloh are open to graduates of any American college for study, eltbef ibroatl or at Among this oandl- lates for higher degrees now studying at Harvaid ore i epi of about forty othor collefcea, Including Yale, Johns Hop- kins, the University of California, Obarlld, about one ball Price. A rare Utrnlo. 1 lillditn'H Ant' only tl.OU Otiiume Inns In btaulifull dMigns and bireo, (Lt-tipir forHoliday UM> tiiMl tln> ttgular linen Store. ioat of tha leading Canadian universities and Now England Orwil Holiday KxprariUon of sill UamM. qpd Zlmroer DmierU tile Brotberlinod. CLKVKI.AMD, Deo Zlmmi-r, le star catcher of the Cleveland club, sent ohn M Ward the following Please accept my res eaatlon an a member of the brotherhood CDAIHIES L ZIUUIH Zlmmer sent a letter to Al Johnson inclos- ug a draft for tbe bonus money that ad been given him Zimmer has never been hearty brotherhood man and has regretted oining many times After these details he gns a personal contract with the Cleveland eagua olub for three years He was not in- uenced by money, as the brotherhood of ered him more. He declares that he does ot like tbe methods of the new organization. Shipping League Meeting BOSTON, Deo. 20 a business meeting if the American Shipping and Industrial eague it was unanimously resolved to unite n every endeavor to promulgate enliven he most earnest (ntertat from all parts of country in the call for representatives ram the sgveral depai linents of the National Shipping league to rally in large numbers at the fourth annual convention to be held at Washington, Feb 11, la and 13 1890 were unanimously adopted M tbe >latform of tbe league, favoring the passage of a tonnage bill and mall subsidies Ad- dresses were mode by prominent merchants Senator Tedder's N Y 30 been discovered that Jewels and diamonds secured by the burglars who entered the Bank of Kllloottvllle on Wednesday morning were of the value of and all belonged to Senator C P Vedder, who bos offered a reward of 1500 for their return or the con vlotion of the thieves. An Amicable Agrees NEW VOUK. Dec SO The question at Issue between the Missouri Pacific and Mis- souri, Kansas and Texas Railroad companies haveboen settled. All litigatioa le wlth- Irawn and each company exeoutea a com- plete i elease to tbe other The International Great Northern will hereafter be op- ei ateil as a feeder to both roads. Instead ol by hostile receivers at present. The wta deposited with tbe Mercantile Trust company by the Missouri Paoiflo an rs gained by the Missouri, Kansas and Texas, which also secures one-third Interest In McAllister coal mines. Messrs, Gould and Sage agree to the Olcott plan of reorganisa- tion of the Missouri, Kaasas and Texas. HARVARD'S REPLY. Am Auwer to Reganllag Hairiw4's l Deo. Tbe BarvsrA publish over their owa SM elaborate nply to tto statsnMBi mutt by Princeton a few days Harvard maaacmaot. Prlnoeto Judge lioekstaver's Caea. NEW YORK, Dec special com- mittee appointed by tbe Bar aseeciatlon to investigate Judge Bookstavert oonMotfoi with Fleck conspiracy, District Attorney to allow It to examine tvidence taken by the grand Jury In matter Assistant District Attorney who has charge of tbe case, that Bookstaver wu named a conspira- tor in the matter by tbe grand jury, Dar Association, when they dleoovered this would be likely to drop their Investigation tem- poral lly pending trial of Flack Five More Men CniCAOo, Dec 20 men were discharged by Superintendent of Hnbbard They are Detectives Palner and Flynn, Patrolman Michael Abern, Officer Cunningham, and Station Keeper Peter Kelly of Desplalnes street station The charges in each case "conduct unbecom- ing a police officer and neglect of dntjr It Is understood, however, that tbe men are re- moved on account of their actions during the investigation of ths Cronin caw. brougnt hank to pier ball whlla all doubtful were at Bavrvd. Wacenhunt, Ames and Oeorccot IMaurtuai arededartd technicallyprofnaiDnaH. and IneUglbk for Wa. for bis known eonneottoB with Yorks, (or George for teaching alhtotlea. They after examining all found no trace of any offer of moMj to aaf candidate Mr Uw team jrear hf vard man and tber publish signed nwnto from all Individuate dt> Influehu Not Dangerous. YOBK, Deo. 20 say that the number of cases of Influenza in the city Is steadily Increasing No statistics are available, as tbe board of health pays no official attention to tbe matter, the ailment not being of a dangerous character. Faith CiirlnU BROOKLYN, Dec. Two of Uw faith I'urisU who refused to gin medical treat- ment to relatives suffering from tfpbold fever and who allowed tbe sick pereons to go about In public, contrary to tbe board's regulations were sentenced respeo tlvely to and (ISO One, or in default of payment to 200 and ISO days Imprisonment. On tbe other bud they poMM two offan ot board, tolUoo, ate, mwU by to promlmnt Harvard It appejul   wut to do much for me." ooougltew witblrawal from the because attempts of the Harvard bnak up irregoUr niminj oemtnL With the aid of Tab a new ndewaa to sbat oat but Princeton took advantage at ADM rtf to urnr Prinaeton. with th. at eol- leges, outvoUd Tali MM! rUmtd, It impossible to stop snch Harvard withdrew 1 athtetio ban now% adopted a stringent mt at IntMkUd to exclude all (tudcaU who only to I Dart la and ail who have n money for ratal will Harvard's henceforth aadi tbe baste of any league which Harvard may enter. Promtneat athletic and otter dente say the letter at oommittee, which Is fortified by of tJltbecvi. dence, the emttoieat ol The Atchlson Voting Trnst, BORTON, Dec Atchlson voting _ rruat executed yesterday jlmply etnbadm consider it a (troBg pnavatatloa ot their caw. A Urakomuii Killed. ATTICA, N Y., Deo. 30 Amy, a brakeman on the Lehlgh Valley road, fell from his train as it was passing here and wai killed He was 23 years old, married and re- sides in Buffalo, His reside at Hor- cellsville, M Y Jwror Culver Sues for Dsmages. CHICAGO, Deo. 20 Culver has begun suit In the superior court against the Chicago Herald, claiming damages of on account of the article concerning him published In last Sunday's edition. Alonao Stoddart Dead. Bos-row, Dec. 20 Alonzo Btoddart, tha famous baritone, died latt night, aged 47 what has been expressed in tbe circular taued by Kidder, Feabody Co except that the trustees may terminate the trust at any time by giving a written notice to the trust com pany signed by a majority of tbe trustees. Bardie Signs With Iloston. BOSTON, Dec. 20 Boston league elnb haa secured tho services for next season of Louis Hardie, the hard-hitting catcher of the California league He was warmly recon- mended by Clarlcson Met Bough Weather. HALIFAX, Dec steamer Poly- nesian, from Moville for this port, bad a tempestuous voyage and was somewhat damaged. _________________ Sl.rln Smith Fight. LONDON, Deo. It Is stated that tbe fight between Jem Smith and Blavin will take place on Monday near LlUSe, Funeral. LONDON, Deo. funsral will take place Deo U. AN ATTEMPT TO CONWUOATt Hlien- Cain mat D. A. 1SI. K. of E.. iHDiAiCAroLD, Pea of mitunf omveatloo Master Workman of DlMrlet AseKnMy Wo. U> and Secretary Watehon of the iaatiom ta the Intemt of a of foroesof union and aanejbly Naias. also Dtts- and CbrfcCvawtC gateitosw of Ohio, who that aomeeort of a be effected. ResoluUoM wwi tbm adopted Marine i favor of union and providing tor appointment of a eommlMM of tavMtooon- fer with offletato of f laS.Knlairt. of Labor. FnsideC a formal invltattaB tbe officials of that aasembiy that V procressire union veotionwnlcbnMcM In to IttviT ary. now no obrtatb way ot andltlarepfilaa foetod at the Colombos A. n .1 GiFTORD, 801 Central "S lre Llfe- Accident, rad tlw Stock A COMPLETE LIKE OP HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, Oppoute IroquoU Hotel. Just Take a Look at MONROE'S HOLIDAY IJLWSPAPLRI   

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