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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 24, 1889, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. N. DECEMBER 1889. NO. 117. B KEP RESENT A TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. RULING WACHLNK lor rulinK all kinus of nlitnlu ia Hit latest addition to tl huiiiutl Department of Dunkirk Printing Company LEXANDEK'H Coal ami Wood 799 Central opposite Nickel 1'Iato ol All of Hard and Soft A All VV'KjUJ bhinglcB 4c.it Correspon lunca i ucited and lath Free whole tut le lota 4 A 11KKNB WI Center street. Canned etc Irte Ovuim' Electric Bread received 4 LKX M MANN. Practical Una A an I sttam 1 liter Special attention until to Sanitary fcstimates given on 1-1 u ml KiltinR. 8tcam Heating and llti. Air unmces 27 Third sir cot K. 22S and 225 Central Are ArtiHtic Photoffraplier. Instantaneous t n KrupliM of a 1 not wait for euuabmo except JAMKS I'ro- 1 pru No h HOCOM. ntsur rurict. Uunkfrk. N i Mu i tU bound in all aUlCH Or IcrB nt tended to All work guaranteed BUNlttKftS FOIi AJIALGAA1AIM. C. Thud cor Went Murket Silt and Smoked OyBlcru ami Poultry. rilHK FKOPLE'H IHHtDN STORKS. Ilcyl John At BIIJ the Aurora Watch KtpiiinnK n c Krunk F Stapf K LlnrM at _____ MOCK Mure hunt 310 Central Avenue ___ ItOLJ'II M. phjHlcuui ami flar- Central over Lyon'adi UK store Oftlcc .mura 'ttolOa 2 4 and 7 to H p m y JO a m Cuntral Avenue Ttltphono No y Cal'fl may be lift ut Lyonw drug1 nielli or and will 1x3 de- livtrod unil attciulctl lo W _ R THE DIFFERENT MINERS' ORGANIZA- TIONS UNITE ON A PLAN AT MILITARY POSTS Tht Syste Whrrn SPECIAL F ANNOUNCEMENT ant tt proiuBriiortfil tier and lloriHt for pruimiK vour innking nn t Kimlum diid JI r M IK ti 01 KiigltMli niodt write or fall for antlcnntulcn Itros 41i Can dry and nee what tlity can do SAI.FSMt- Wanted at local or fnm Initf btetulj Work. k oifin Outfit IIEU'M CIUJCKKKV Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and loincfttic Ac. WnrrnnUd Yjnic uulti I1 ri'e fc xpcnuiiLO I AH L N Y SroiHiAin r o paunt Attot St l fico I'uU nts t and itolHHtUri I rmU- Muikn itfrittU rnl All I'ntf nt Immm f nnitiicuil for inndctato I-cci Irifnnniitu Adviic ami ne trf ill on it IMU CHAM. H. Central Ave Gen Accident and Fire Before traveling innuro vour ife in the old reliable lieal Estate Loans ncxotiute 1 on CUAUTAUijlJA pur day Liverr and Bom ding stable in connection Victor S35 and 337 L.IOU street. 11TY HAUBKH SliOP Cliaa nder Lake Sli.ire National corner Center an 1 Third strcetu A flue otouk oi roreign and Uoraestic OixarH 1 tenter i'ractirAl horse m Partx ular attention to interfering Shoeing ol toud at tr itUng liorbts a eperiulty. vLNKUlK EVENING O1I4ERTER. Largest Daily in the County An unequalled metlium. UNK1KK KNGINISKKINO CO UP AN 1 1 hurmtrlv Popple Mjf I MKiii'fS I'ullijs I'atleiiia. Ho.joiitfh iiikunt. Work to order Manufae d halting I Fl4-ftiilt of the Meeting of tbe Rf pienrntn- of Several Bodies Colum- KexulU to Re Readied by United of tlie Document to He tn tlie Miners. Dec joint meeting of tho represantaljves of the National Fro Union of Minors and Mine Laborers and National District Assembly 1J5 of Labor was held yestirdny lo consider plans for the of the two 01 ganizstions As a result of this meeting the following joint address was issued to the niembeis of National District Assembly. KuightH of and the Progressive 110 tl many by reason of a conflic t iginnting jn tbe ezistetic e of two nvul '8' much valuable energy hart been tmpi ofitahly employed in a nti uggle for and in the contest tho mines s innectod wItto both bodlos of organi7ed rnineia have boen the principal buffoiers No aatidor commentary upon tho efforts of miners to improTe their condition Ofa a craft could be pi cue ti tod than the apeotacla of tho we the tei rn few only to inti mate thut only a uniall percentage of our calling ntaiid outside pule of any foi in of war with each utliei to the inlliute pleasuie of unseiupulous cmployera who have harnod too oftpn thu Hticngthboin of unity mid tho injury of all who fin 1 uijp'oj- inont in the 1 usimss of mining coal condition of our eiaft today has lieeii iwlucod to thu proHont low reason of an ahfeenty of a OJKF intent-it in mmiiiK ufTaiis because of the failure up to tins date of the two urganUa tions to un.to their powors and agf ee upon a policy that w mid at ouoe acceptable to both of pusnit ollkiuls and sutisfue- tory tlie rink and fllo of the icsjxKtne muiois' unions inability as sli by theeimracUM of pa.st i to tboi Highly unite run pnwira bv our foif na liuh to JtducLioii in and in diflur- enl-paitsof tho coinpt-tiLivo listrirt rend run ininei s and mis to 3EANDEST MODBEN DISCOVEEY Triumph of Pliiirm.K'Y- only true practical KIJXIH OF MI'l. 111 UNK1KK SHIitr tmd r Matmrju tun of tin and L- itarlH On in all Umling furuirttniiK and drj guuds houseu in Dunkirk. DUN Kill it nA b Ihinl u Manufacturer of i'ureiJotuo Madb ririh I P. 4 M anil I.toii 8tr Innkrin Hit lul Hi etc 1877 ERIK HOTEL and DininK SHH on Union Depot atccns to nil and bna- me SB houses. Ik.bt aocoiuiuoxlaLions Com aiercial Truve'crB John J. Prop is ime tint pronint tht h stimuUt s t rim AIK i d orit tit r mf mt 1'r vile ruin or had wlui tht t l tu rst th in th the tr jjurifies UK n il ui rieives wi hout h i in iv 1 t ikin itliki. M uu c mpoumls HI tdt tuxdiui I lU'. s in fur which pin e H a blo.Ml purifloi r toiilo without HfV Mtlmulatit o ily muticinc with su EHLKKS VI and W Tbird street Fine Cabinet Ware and Up- nolBtcring. l'ieture Framea made to order. MATTESON ft oW Central Ave Leaders oi Fashion ami Gentlemen Outfitters I TAILOHINO. K A. Center street. eff 11 ken luoKttr Itittara In i without IH Ing iiurt Without a llv lim and nil n wltluiiil Hlrohol I h powers in the A GENLINF fL.VPKKANCK far irp icuhol in inv nil il it IIL calltd I I smtf it stimula es uivigoratt-s i d 1 itcs di nutriti m seen h n xi reti m.r si ir ition and ill the fun 1 ons hi is i i mil int.d- wc t ikt it vitality In vpoonwfat. It is nut too much to assert that at of Vliiepar nt not md ti int erpait tr compound with similar has eve bitn known C is rctnirkabte for voiild immortal izt-tl by tlie production of the mediLin tl fruitH roots and hrrbs of this Hitters is n- of them usul tht Inch uis mil the mid prntLSH on in the tre tttnent of chills and ftA rheumtilisui. ttttiirr tonsiiinptioii neur fner kidney j uin skin disease to nnintroiii. to but easily undLrstotnl when the ction of ihf Hitters on t IL vit d ti MIS IH reiiu inhered 1 hu due was partly .ieeulen- but tiie present 1'KItFli.CT IHTTI3US IS THK RESULT OB1 BCIKNCK Millions of sufferers have gratefully uul idly 1 quarter of a H bTKAM HEATtNO Hcnting Apparatus Plumbing a Specialty TTOMJE STEAM LAU.SDItY. Our apeciaUics Fine anU Lace Curtains 1 reo DcliT- ery. A w 2U7 Cenuir street Tl K. K ol fctanufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A. HENRY -WEILER'S NEW 103 Third at. Muuical In- eeklj and pertaining to a first book bcboo. Books a specialty 1 of every deacilption and at tl ovest living ratve Dunkirk 10 K tinp H. VAN LUIKKN JH. VAN L Accident and oenernl Insuracoc Deal ore m Ueal brttate and Loans .Particular ttiiu ui rhecireof property collect uu rt S-c 219 Tenter at. 2nd floor. O Central Avenue or Wall Paper Paints. Ac. I J. 209 Center Manufacturer aiuideaterm collars. nips Buffalo Horse Cmere.oloves.MittenB and Sleigh Robes PLUMBING. SS7 I ion street. A specialtv made of Sanitary team and Gas Fitting. Workmanship guar- nteed _______________________________ 17 Eaat Third street. ion able Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PB. CART ft 333 Lion street Hard White SUIM t s. Oil Gran-te Ware A speuial- Monroe range. Rt such ai and Bt 1 kinds oi blanks done at Dunkirk Printing d and 10 E Second bt _ MOLDENHAUER. j.w Cor Third and Buffalo Sts Dealer in lagging and RinldiiiK Stone. Call on me before buying your aide-walk ISJJEY It 7 and 9 East Front street Brandies. l Liquor Store lor Family Use n Good It TH In Operation Deo 24 canteen tom fstablmheti the war tlopai trnciit at tin1 various military iwsta is pi luemg ex ceiknt results in improving in the ormy ro lut drunkenness and 111 otber nninoving tho moral tono of pnvate sol lius nntPf consist in a ctinpnU way of store in winch all goods neede-d by a soldier be purchased and where reading rooms are set apart for their use In these rooms card smoking anrl other barm If w nrnusi mnnts can be in lulg d and the profits from tho articles sold are divided among the soldiers All ai tides sold at OB neui cost prjco fts possible Reports ro fiotn various bring must gi ati fymg results to tlio war depmtment of the operation of the canteen The a i o 11101 P nttnte 1 than before ki having a in the aa it amlluitn lesy ni t un 1 stor-tib 111 p jst towns Diwi liavu been percsptibly de 1 1 cased Col ut Couvor asiiington I am that n mo rni re rate ami better con- tuntol where ait esUibhshed upt A Ft Mont one nelicial results and is be'yond uliut ot us expec Oi I Madison Nnw i it s rnj opinion no btx p has been L tl 111 w IIK h will inij of the ml rvn 1 intelht ual of culistel UK n inoin tliuu tin uf tbe can Lot n liu ciinN HI has f tr boon in sucioss lul pDiati m 111 thu I unny Adjt fit n 1- La m n Hi ui k and MHJ who wtie iiistiuincntul in having it intro iliicod in Itio Unite 1 SlJitt-i aio highly ruttlu d u ith the i nrth to ECCENTRIC CALLAGHAN c n hiltald and Hand n J' i M Kdwai d f allfuliHii f set charges Mi J't with roiisjm u his another I of his H Ariln th n u LIU o o.m uiii- mi-i i il. iu- J xl J fls rr 1 th HoWHltT tfletEl aill ff an wage woikHrB othor Oftu er jiroipwt Iwfoio Ufl but of siiIferiiiK 4 flEVI-RAL FOREIGN NEWS. SMITH GENERALLY CONDEMNED FOR HIS RUFFIANLY CONDUCT. endor during ih the wonderful sueee pi of this i'UENOMKNAL TOMC OF THE WOULD In order to meet every prohibit two formulas of the same ingredients are now up THE OLD STYLH IS bl KtlllLY MOItE rAiirAUTIC1 THU PLKASAM TO THK ADAITfcDlO DELI CATK CUILDHKN n no disease of low Tit 'rfeluhtv of or nervous prostration for which 1NEOAH BinEHS IS NOT ind singul power over the lower organisms renders it thx implacable foe THE DEADLY MICRO AND OMNU'UESENT B II I A in miiHriftl in ii rnal a gt rmicidc that it is -in VCKMIFUGE jjreAt is power as A hook cou'd be written of its virtue H find TII other oi but it is nctess rein ritsg ncril iction upon the lucr hlood hrftin gt d to reilize its use m a uf ilU that U lielr and that 110 family should bo wltliout 9 iMfttle of 01 D AND M- W K VIM UAH III I IN IHE HOITNL lor our I lio Address R II. AID CO Now lork. It The Urtnt Insllsh Complexion PEARS' Of ill hut litware of imilations. fin Liu r rno lifleatlnns of our alicndy too low Btandaid of mining rnkn hile the in the jjnst few years haw hetnmado to consummate tho ohj rt' that not only but tho body of Illinois whether belonging to the ouo or the I other of the piesent f u ins of IIHVO in they huvn not Lad thw dusucxl efloit mid if paiiuul Itascms of tho necessity of lim ny of UH shown in the benos i of deft utti w huh our have been com pcsllcd to submit to so surely our Irttn cannot fail lo thenuist ontbusinstn advocates of numerous orpatnz us ufll i by re nt sets of whom positions as the ofTlrtal repio- bciitoliveH of tbo lent in vltrd an I in rule Uip existence of the cOndi'ioiis fro 11 which us a cioft suffer e results growing out of a division of our foi i et has created an almost general de ro no marie upon ths iank nnd iile of both 01 ganiKation for a consolidation of our my with thtn expitssfd tho this nint and HRI oed upon tho following which we if would liuilo toiees upon a basts sntisfactoiy to the inoinVjors oC both and bring about tho inl tosulta that all denmnd imito the rn gamzfitioiiH un tier one lumd to govern and protect the inter esta of mmois and ruins laborers this union to cffeetod without sacriilcing the essential features oi either oigamration n 01 ganizatlon to be dividod into diati ict nncl local tho iritHitiiigt of which aie to be eithor fcecrut or an tlio members may or tho exigum jos of tho ciiae may i e'quire 1 hat is te say tho motuung of the tenns or shall tw construed asapplyingto the BtnikTH of the National Progressive Union or tlie Knights of Labor as the case may be taxation upon alllliated lemberM staff officers for tbo national and h district and loeal organization m TO inch due shall be made for visit aiid ditectnig the business oC both luanchps of the organization Tlie necessity for n umiu fttioii of our foi ces demands that all memlKjnt of both existing and even miners riot conneeted with give tl propositions their careful thought ami study that they may be bettor prepared to nitolljsontly consider the adoption or modification of tho policy here outlmi'd JOHN B Master Woi km in ROBERT Secretary Irt asm 01 1 JOHN President N P U THICK aeoi0tary Trcasuior N P lu for N P Q CALL FOR A President John McBryde olso issued the cnll for regular annual convention of the National Progiessive union to he held in Jan He re s to tho fact that tho Kuiphts of Luboi haro issued a coll for a convention of all pi gauufd and unoi to be Imld in this the same anu it is intended to hold a joint meeting with them to ft final ttToit to unito our forces nnd InnuKUiato ft decisive movtment to mcieaae mining puces and better tlie condition of mine We f xlond nn invitation to not to send deh gates to our con ami nenfak our members to urge upon them doing so Do not let past Terences nor present prejudices tn event oui making a strong aud an hnnest effort to lekorate the condition of our ciafwmen AJOW t to I Pa pftpois Cal anotlior telegram to Justine hand It ri n follows I he charge of is si ociu the oftl cei m Ins duty Jiittko H md turned this over Judge Aichibald says thnt he i'l biLo no nolicn of siu h iniportl- IILI t un 1 11 In us cc niiiiunu ntiolirf DOFT FORGET That E llama does repairing of all as knives a ci gunfl sewing curpot clot ha lawn hand um filing itnd jetting in fact thimcs not here mentioned ttivc him a u buffalo street. ROBERT near the depot Feed and Livery Stable stabling by the day or week on reasonable tenm. __________________ 1M Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing We mate a specialty ol first class Elites of and Karrand A Votey CAM J. 801 Central Are. y General Inanrauce and Deal Estate frot. and Stock Prompt attention an to bnylng Estate. C. C. MANUFACTURER 304 MAIN N. Y DEALER IN Leather ESORA GOLD Sit VKR PL A T1XO COMPLBTE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 304 MAIX Opposite Iroquois Hotel. n DUllilirlen ii ii- Jl some time an I symhiato has been tliu i UK li USH innulHT of big Ken i distilleius That u big deal hns been i ma lo 14 K1 nt i illy admitted Mr Nathan who is 11 ting In tho capacity of ni f u the lit has been quniteied nt tlie ft-tilt hoii-.e foi sr me time and it is gtiKtalh imdnistood tlmt he has made all of pui 11 diitili i y plants It is as beit 1 th it the synduate has gobbkd up tn Kuntut ky distilloiies Among i th MII aio tho An mid Nelson distil mkwp i s on Bwu Oinss Cieik tho Weflcomb- But hanuQ company' liipuy dihtilleiy of Andf i son lounty. tho Patttison nnd Ather- ton ilistillerute of thiii city the big dis us dr Ivy and Hon T J Megib- ben s big plant at A IfHTulMnma Ctirlritmits Trosont. Toiisviii r Dec 34 Sept It latt nductor Ijemou of the LoniBvllle and Nashville nulroud killed bv athunken m named William 1 who Lemon ti ymg to eject from hib ti am Mi A 11 KtlLoud of tlio Louisville and Nashville roa I received a package fioin IJiesidHiit K Njrlon of enclosing twentj bhaiei of the caj ital stock of tho LouisviHo find Isashville vain o a li indsouie morocco mem crntaining ibaolutirnis of respect to the memory of the la to Conductor to bo dulivored to Mia Marie tho wife of the deceased as a Christmas pioscnt The stock was puichnsod when it was low and is now worth seveial bundled dollars more than whon it wns bought Vo One H Wunl to Say for the AlleifPtl Purga Ralged for Mill at Once Cludlengfl Sullivin lord I ulloj Donthit from InHueiiza. LONDON DM 34 he ruffianly conduct of Jem Smith's friends at the ringside has disgusted every lover of fan play In the king- the and cowai'Uy decision of the referee declaring tbe fight n draw In- stead of giving- ttie stuktH to who had hm man whipped fiom the has added to the cxaspeiation of sporting men Oiie good losult tins come from tbe how- liu h rds a good dool of consola- tion to all men who Uke interest pugilis- tic matters The status of Smith as a fighter is as di finitely sottled as if be had won the battle easily and or had beoix knocked out as he certainly would have been had the tight been permitted to go on All accounts of the mill agree that Smith was not ia it and this together with the ac- ti of the thuga who went to the ringside m hia behalf to prevent his beiug will render it impossible for him to ever again obtain reputable while every pugil- ist of imputation will bo abundantly justified in tnatiug his attempts to tig lit nub con- tempt NO OMC Hl'OKF WELL OF SMITH n the newn of the fight was received at the Pel nan club not a man present h 1 a good woi d to say for Jem while areiy one praised who hud btstcd the all god and at the same time Lipld bis own against the lattei's mob of cut thioats who the ring It was immediately proposed to raise a testl- uiuhml fund for Slavin and subscribed hy those present within fifteen minutes BAIIflRUU'8 ATTITUDE Loid represented by those who nrn m nflit ml contact with as being de- tei mined to seize Dolugoo- bay unless Portu- gnl immediately makes a satisfactory apology f hoi action in BourheHbt tho htutns quo ns exmted befoie the recant raid oC '-lei Pinto and makes suitable ropa- rtition for the injury inflicted upon iiiteiosts is spreading rapidly in and It Is lenorteti that twvorul caaes have re- hultod fulally The Vreinyaof St Petersburgstatea that llulgaua hns purchased from Austria 000 r U s and 100 000 000 cartridges By the HIR which destroyed the thfutie at Pesth peibons are deprived of many of whom are suffering r vi tint of food and pioper shelter Tho olhoi tlitutios in the city ore giving per- i inaucus foi tbo benefit en An on RKIIII-J Dm National Zoitung innkra H bitlei attack upon tho statements niiide by Stanh y m liw tter to bir Francis with mfoience to it to have boen made with the intention of replying to the reproach that tho nmbm raiment of Knun was caused to a giyfit uxtent Stanloj's appearance and determi nation to rescue Kinin wliether he wnhud to be or On this nnd other matters the Zuiiung aays Einln must he heard in his own defense before Hlunley s statements are admitted The HENRY W GRADY. Onitnr jiml nrill- ATLANTA Oa Dec 24 y W Grady died of pneumonia at 10 o'clock yestcrdny mot ning Mi Uiady's caw was made known to people of Atlanta by the preachers in the various churchei who prayers for his recovery Mr Giady himself sent word that he trusted to tho prayers of the congregations. All dnj and evening peopla flocked to the tesiderice of the sick tnau with anxious inquiries. The one invariable opin- ion is that Mr Grady's IOM is a calamity nut to Georgia but to the entire South He is referred to aa lite one mail who had ready access to the ear of the one who repiooented the inherited tl wilt Ion of the South's past as w ell un the duty due to the United States. An Ord0t from ommUBloner Kanni AsniNbTov Di'f 24 Commissioner Rauin has issued an onler directing that the flips of ail pending claims faholl at once be examined and such as seem to be complete to bt placed at once in what is known as the and these coses shall be con sideied in tho otdei of the filing of the last piece of evidence Chiefs of divisions are di- i to rcqniio examiners to devote their cntno time dining fivo of the wcpk to the onsideiation of boi no npun the Hst of lilea Saturday of oach uetK exainmotb aie required to devote tluniHolvrs to Uib exiunmation of cnses borne on the pen and to ina'vo tha uecos b H 3 calls loi idiiit o in those T. Walte DC 'W Mr Edward T of Ihc Iile diiLf died at his mo r s hnm i in ciry His mull ti an I wiU biothti un 1 sister were fit tl u 1 lu The iBiimms were taken to lol lo wherr tho funeral will be hi Id Mr Wait' WDQ engaged in the practice of law in by WHS much respected His death which was due W Bnght'a oc- tunui alttti a lingering illness Appointments by Governor Hill Ai Deo 24 Hill has ap- pointed Charles M Preston of permtendent of banks Mr Preston is a lawyer and a member of the Demociatic state committee from tbe Seventeoth ttk't. He la about 42 years of age and is a director in the Uonclout of which Gen George H Sharpe of Kmgitoq la and for which Mr Preston has been president for seventeen years He is familiar with banking law Governor Hill bos also appointed John B McKeon justice of the district court In the city of New York in place of Ambrose deceased. Appointed. pec following fourth postmasters been appointed for New Yoi L btato. W H Canaan Four Cornersj M- Abner Ingiaharn. Cold to Knfflli.li. Dec 24 T J. Megibben of this city has sold his interests in the three two at Lair and one at this to an Eughsh ndicate for A Sugar Investigation. Dec Agents Mont- gomeiy of Spaulding of Detroit and Chance of Buffalo began in the equity court room Fedual yesterday the mvea tigation of the complaints of the undervalua- tion of sugar for which they are 'Jhe mvestfgatiin will be pnvate No re- poiteis will be admitted The insult will be bubimtted to tho secretaiy of the treasury. The Purlttn Breaks a Becord. NEW Dec steamer Puritan of tbe tall River line made tbe passage thioughthe sound from Newport to Now York dock to dock in seven hours and fifty- four the fastest time on recetd. Portuifiil WtinM Dtc an interview with thn correspondtnt of Ihe Daily News at LIs bon Ssnhor minister of col- onies and foreign intimated his will- ingness to meet England with a liberal com- mciciol policy in Southeast Africa He laid stress upon the value of England's fnendnhlp and emphatically denied that Eti- sli merchants complain of tbe Portuguese adniltlstratum On the he thoy greatly deploi ed Portugal's loss of the lower Congo flavin to Sullivan. Dec a4 P the Australian pugilist will immediately issue a challenge to fight John L Sullivan for a side and the world's the flght to take place witbm six months after the signing of either in America or Discontent In Brazil. Dec J4 ad vices from Rio Janeiro state that a feeling of distrust among the civilians and discontent among thesoldiors prevails throughout Brazil HENRY W OKADT. With perhaps a single Henry Woodfeo Giudy was the bwt known editor in the Southern utatea. Ho stood fn tho front rank of American journalists and tbo prospects of none wore brighter He waa born at Oa In 1351 life father was H colonel in the Confedeinta aimy and lost hia life in battle when hie aoii was only 14 yeaiso'd Young Grady WHM educated at the University of in his native where be graduated at tho head of his and his studies were afterwards continued at the University of Virginia. From the 8rnt Mr Grady waa strongly attached to journal and on leaving college a lad of ho started a daily paper on hia own account at which failed ofauppoit. He moved tc Atlanta and wsued tbe Atlanta list and afterwards the Atlanta both of which ventures proved unsuccessful His ready found plenty of employment. He wrota Atlanta tbe Louisville Couiier Journal and other and JUUIDB Uoidou 6ou- nett appointed him Ooorgia oorrespoudent of the Now York u post whicu he held for six yeai s A fortunate speculation bun which he voty wisely inv anted lu a quartoi interest in tha Atlanta OooBt.tution 1 his now enor- mously still owned when he died In the Duofimber following the Charleston catastrophe Mr dLlivered an in New York at thu annual dinner of Now England society on Kouth rt That vras and U htill applauded all over the Hoiith as well and helped to make itjs author fainnns Iti localities whole bin no mo had hithei to been unknown Mr Orady'a last pub Ho appearance was at tho recent dinner of the Boston Merchants1 w hero ho and 01- Preiident Cleveland star p irtw The illntwa aoutiautetl by Mi Henry W Gi ady in Boston developud into typhoid naumoiim Since Thuinday bis doctori an- nounced hii case to bo and on Sunday said Providence must be looked to 'or a favorable result. Mr. Urady's mother was called from Athena His wifo aud two hildren were and nil waruud by the ihyaio.aus of the grave natuie of the case Mr Grady WBH but S8 years of age It is inly ten Minco he liidt began to attract attention His rapid riso in the alTocUous of be people had without paiallel He lie hafl for five years pHnt be-n the soul of ivery public enter pi IBS in this city Hli message to his in a conacioiu moment was characteristic I said serving the the land I so woll Father fell in foi It I am proud to die talking for it Thompson und Desert the Players. APOI Dec 34 friends of the league aie jubilant over the fact that Sam Thompson and AI right flelder and ond baseman respectively of the Philadel- j hia have renounced their allegiance to tho brothel hood and each signed a three years' contract to play with the Philadelphia league club Ihe negotiations have been pending for some President Brush of tbe Indianapolis club acting for the league Both monexpiesa themselves convinced that tho players' combine will be a failure Con- sideration is not but it is known that the contract of eirh is for three years Myers was a fitockholder of the brother- hood's- club in Philadelphia A Brake man Killed N Y Dec R Fer- a brakeman on the Southern Central was killed at Sterling He was 23 years of age and waa a resident of Fleming 1'ioga county The Ilaltlraore Coippleted. Dec Si United States steamei now lying at Cramps' is and next week she will put to going eithar to New Noifolk Fire at Lewis Pa. Dec. 24 fire burned the clothing and notion store of I. a barber six and McCresry'a job pi lutiug office with its contents. n WASHINGTON asaets of Ser- Lee .oua's office found by tha Silcott investigating consisting of notes and checks amounting to are now in the hands of United States Treasurer Huston in compliance with tbe hiuse resolution The tieaburer will bold these assets subject to the call of congress Leedom left Washing- tan Sunday night for his home m but is expected to return bore before the investi- gating committee mtet again after holiday i ecefes to put the finishing touches onto the report________________ Death of M Preti N Y 34 Nor- ton onpof the hogt known ladies in this died at Rochester Sunday age 1 69 yeur-i She was mother of the late Assemblyman James Jr The deceased was known for her and recently began t'ie traction of a free library hpie in memoiy of her son which will coat SfjQ.OOO. The mayor tins culled for a public observance of the funeral Jamestown was originally named after tbe Us and with the death of Prendergast ttia family bwaines extinct Burn Hired to NORTH Md Dec Thirty men carao to the jail night and informed the and throe tl py would bail them out if tbev would agree to leave the state forever The prisoners piomised and made oath that they would quit Mar7laudjmmediately after being lib- erated The amount of bail is- SI 650 This of be but the men who go on bond think the ore ridding themselves of a pest cheaply. The Vermilions are no ed barn buinen A DISGRACEFUL SCENE At the Slavin.Smith Prim It Endi In KltiRKlilo Kquitlible. Dec 24 Smith and Frank 8tavin on private grounds three mlln from yesterday morning The if both purtiea Bquabblwi from the outaet The Smith party aeemml Inclined to prevent a meeting and placed evei y obstacle tbny In way of bringing Hie men to- At the ringside the pioceedlngg vrere disgraceful and the was dually broken Into and tbe flght dodured n draw. la the first two roumis Slavm forced the fighting and got in some heavy blows on Smith's chest and head Both men fell to- gether at the end of the set ond i ound and Slavin arose bleeding from the mouth. In the third round Hmitii bent hii right and left borne with tolling and Mlavln ended the ronnd by knocking Hmith down In the fourth and fifth rounds the fighting was fast and furious In the airth blavln anded a terriua blow on Bmith's eye. Smith fought Slavin to the rnpett in the seventh round and some of the ci owd kicked Hlnvu several times Neither Blavin nor his sec made protest against thu action by tba lera. In the eighth round Slavin knocked Smith off bH plus. The upcctatois again attacked Slavin m the ninth round and struck him ro- peatedly The tenth round was featureless In the eleventh Blavin again sent Smith to grata. In the thirteenth Bmtth's sympathizers again attacked Smith having been knocked down In the round Stavin mad' an appeal to the orowd-tor fair play. sympathizers of Smith derided him and rals ing the cry of bolted Smith atac but Blavin remained in the ring Tbi alarm proving false Smith but the referee refused to let the fight go on Hi said It was impossible lo get fair play and dared the Hght a draw Slavin showed the effects of his punishment but little at the on. of the contest and was as full of flght he was at tbe start A Xmckjr Break. Deo. Tribune says Roll of N J accldentallj broke nn old mirror four weeks ago and a age-yellowed piece of parchment wan dis- closed to viow The parchment was a deec from tbe Indians to Jacob grandfathei of giving a clear title to a tract o land four miles in length along the Mohawi beginning in the etty of and running back from the river .nine mllet The whole town of Amsterdam believed t be included in the Indian as else valuable properties of tbe New York Centr railroad There are 106 heirs gcatteruc throughout the in Indian title o deed of land in state U almost im possible to set aside tbera. ORROW AT GRADY'S LOSS. HE BRILLIANT SOUTHERNER HAD A HOST OF FRIENDS. li Wltlair Keerlvliig MeMiffet of Con- dolenoe from All Over the Death of llitr HUB band Itcfoi to as Nutloimi Draped in Ga Dec announce- uf duari of Henry VV Grady waa .illowud of telegrnms wift romli ling with in her afflic- ion Among ih-sn were tho following NEW Itec rs H nry W Ui ihu tK'Artfoit aympntby of one who red imBbiind fur what hu WAH anJ for all itt hn has do in T r his iieople and bin country i MHured that m the laud inn liMurtti tnucru in your deeo afllo auU thu loss the nation ban itlttd OUOVJEU LlJtVKLAND Deo n on E P Unwell- CJrady our aim ajrnipathy A ter- InsH to his tbo unLry SAMUKL HAHDALL. Ai Deo iH ipt B P Howcil 1'lcano onvey tu Mrs Grady my deapeot fijrnt iii the of ber Imxtttunl llo wiu a aghlv id brilliaiit uinn wtioiti I felt warm friend tpami the lilghtvit Tho fiitlrn Itorth It Join the Houtb lu lamenting tbo deuth of uiu uosti lu thu obliteration of nectlunal itia iHHin HO and HO jMvtrlotiu DAVID M i Ueo t' li-s H W Onvlr In dm pathetic doath of your IlIUHtriixiH him. nnd you will tho tendor uf null us to lUi Ins lovtkl honurml nminory hln manly aiui gonAroiift vli an i uon i will more Miiutuvly or morti living roiiu'inbianco than youi __ En OK Y KPIKK Doc ID 'apt E Hnwutl I uni shiiLkoii beyond at the newa IH a person U IONH to mo for I found a for whom I felt doep aud hnptut MhoriHh on this tarti lint tlm loan to out u IOSBH ita moit brll lant aud the Norlli an well M thtt Month A Ooi u Diw Jfl Giady may God comfort you In this lain bowtvl with In sorrow urmpauk bio I would take Um place If I could njtvo him Hiok you and to Ghjorjfia Thn IH outri in his dualh JOHN TKHI-MC GHAVKH of will Aortow and proHitrva vrlthfn ca Henry W My nuL m sy NRW Doc pathy to you and Uonry W Ihcr s Is worli our clill Iron in this wi 1 hour Tbo wbole COIIQ. ry inoiirtm ut tlm of your husband G me can t-oiufoit ou Him and trimt ilin Un will nut you HOBWELL P FLOWEH NEW 88 iady sympathy for your noble unband a undying faiuo Hut fiiw men held BO a plnx i In my lityirt an Henry W A bleas and tomToit blu buruaved hoiifleliold. Ci B FMK ATLANTA IN MOORNINO AD Atlanta mourim to-day Tho dentb if Honi y W Grady was a toi riblo to rhu peojile tally tho ile w ho loved him I Hist. All day Sunday be HH in a stupoi In inn delirium ha talked of effoitgto EXTRA One Day for Them to Wipe 'Em of Our New and Novel Line 4 PLUSH GOODS AND TOILET CASES 1 will stjll at 10 tents lejas on the dollar Monday Decem- ber 23d. This beautiful rich assortment comprises all tbe latest designs in Toilet Shaving Traveling Music Holla. Manicure Nail Work Scrap Autograph Plush Box Note Glove and Handker- chief Collar and Cuff Photograph Holders Broom Holders and many other articles too numerous to mention. ERIE STORE. CONVICTED OP or FRAUD. do boineLltlug foi noody ft lands. It was thia bat was iippnrmoit in his in i as U was fn us the dosiro to help who needed trip The annotincomput that he waa dead foU ike a blow upon all and aad will be Lbe iHtmoH of this oity and t-his state THK ORREUOIfrKS At 2 o'clock in tho Afternoon of ChriHtmaH lay tho funeral ceiemonlen will plaro from every noctlon of tho stato ban come that his body might lie lu that he people might look upon hia faco onoa non1 In to tbin family ave consentwl that tbe remains ahall rout in brt First Methodist of which Air Giady waH a leading from 9 o'clock n tho morning until tbe funeral bour Mrs Urmly'a is that there be no o thing but tbe simplest possible funeral. Them rmiuesta will carried and Tliui ftpecial memorial nor vi cos ill be held at the tn which all the the military and tbe etics of nhicb Mr Grady wait a will take part The ttpoakern will 'rora among Mr Grady's claw mateu nt the UnivusRy of Georgia AH the courts adjourned and many of tbe city buildings are draped in mourning Telograma of condolence hava been pouring in from all sections of the many being from men most prom nent in national affairs Public rnenioi iai servico will be Wednesday or Thurs- day in nearly all tbe cities of Georgia A National Calamity. Dec 24 P A. on learning of Henry W Grady 'a death Tho ia national Ha in my judg- tbo most brilliant man in the United ea. He was much be bal all tho sol J good judgment and keen per- ception of public Ha waa born for public nnd pnvate and in hit ahoi t life accomplished much The republic may well mourn tbo taking off of an brilliant and a patriotic a man att ever sprung from bor soil I can say no more for I feel tbo loss too keenly A Killed bj Hurglam. Pa Dec 24 Paul Hubert haJ her head blown off by lnjrglnrn in hei bugband'tt jewelry last night whiln attAmpting to pruvent tbree despera- does from carrying oft a tray of diamonds and joweiry Her who waa ill tiio back yard at the heard ths ahot and linmodiately run into tbe ntoro to flnd bl wlfo lying dead on the floor He picked a revoUer oue of tbo murdorer'g left behlm and spiang through tbo win low after He hhot tunes at tho bu tbey reaped A largo is in pursuit o the and if thoy are caught likely be A Policeman Murdered. MOBILE Ala Dec 24 John Mnguire waa murdered last night by a balei named James HilL Hill called at Magidie1 bouho yoslerday and accused Maguire ol stealing his dog Maguire mid he knew no tiling about the dog Hill then becami abusive and was ordered away. Last nigbJ tlie two men met ou the street and H.U1 0bo' Maguire dead The murderer escaped and bos not yet been captured Jusuet Deo. editor of ths Ohlongo Tbe Times company. Mid stfU civil for a controlling In oonrlotsd c ovar-lwulng Mock ot dMlgnsdly snd with to and smMooad to Ow ot sml to bo Imprisoned la totfmHm- iitry for term of dro josins. CMrfH E. West's prlrnM MoraUry MsA ulnrr uf tba bU and I When tbe clerk of court rawl tfci et ilict Vlml batraywl llltto MBatfoa. ixht of the oniftbing MI ivlly on J aatrasw at ilt oounsnl whoM Oft qoifsml how ores filled with tears. Mr. Hmttfe took few niomnnts to regain ef his uilliigs tliwi entered a motion for sjew Hal bearing of tbe argument motion was set for Thursday Mid Inn 2 and pending wbfcb Mr. West waH set at liberty on bafl. Miners RntomlMd. KAN Dee 24 tto rumors of tUe mine anddeut at wme particulars bean two iouily awaited Up ta a lats 'ittle has received in addition to scanty which were Sunday night A sperial dlspateb frosa Mlltoii word roaeljes there that cave-in occurred about 9 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Ullea mine. were two of whom Injury ami one with serious Injuries. Hliteon man M work In drift SHIM instance from tbe main body of worlcmea and may possibly be alive. A fettle Punic. Niw Dw 34 -There was sllgtjt pane in the Park theatre last nifklesnussl by tbe noise of Hi engines which had baM summoned for a small fire a few the theatre Borne one to tbe gallery the by crying Br jutHoat of the ushers and polieeeMO tm Antf order was restored so promptly was Injured Mr. Ootren's PRII Deo. ww mads yettordaj by L Oowsa Mtt Jamea B Hood fnr letters at ndmlmlslratiusi on tbe estate of ths IBM Franklin The left by the decedent to cording to the petition at which amount frWO.OOO is personal property and real estate. A Pedestrian Htartexl at noon yesterday IB TS-noar ge- yon twelve hours a at the theatre The at saldnlfht waa as Herty 74 Regolmaa Koremoc Oolden Day Connors Hplcer Smith Ailams Bibert Oltck Gamble 12. A Female Counterfeiter. Pa. Dec 24 Cole.agw 30 of Wind tbis was ai rented by United States Marshal Maerea for making anil circulating counterfeit money Miss Cola says sho wns taught by a friend bow tv Diaka tbe counterfeit money with plaster of puns molds tbat she only Kllnlsi to flirht roent been slgnni by Jake Kilraln and Vaquelin for a six round gtore Queeniberry to take place ia this on Jan. 10 for a puna of at whlrh the loser Is to receive If Ellrato falls to knock Vaquelin out lo six rounds ha loses the flght. A Disputed Baundnrv UM. l. Dee. U supreme of the United States has Virginia leare to Ale a eomplaint state of Tennessee in matter of nenee. Holiday Goods at Cost after 24 MONROE
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