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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 26, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. N. DECEMBER 1889. NO. 119. B HEP RESENT A TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. lU'LINO MACHINE for ruling A in'un-iBi.l i latent aiulitiim to MI fliamuil Department ol Dunkirk Printing Company. IIUE.N.H A ter street. uci Ovens' Jilectric Ilreud received nJ.ii y _ I KX. M. Practical ati'1 Steam Fitter. Special u. Sanitary I'iiimbing. Estimates gnan riuinlnnfr. tias Heating ami Air Furnaces. 27 K. Tuiril BtrecU I K. 223 and 2M Central Are Artidtic 1'hotogruplicr. liiBtuatancoufc I a specialty. Slttcn nut wait lor sunshine eicoyt loi 1 KIOK I'ro- i jini'lcr lts K. Heconil near liuf- N. V. Mil- i iKiunil in all styles. Onlcrt p attended to. All work guaranteed. Wnntcil at J.ooal or 1 Truveliiift. llix I'av. .iteady stock 'arraiiu-.l. Selli.iK UnnowHsnry. JAS.K.WlllT- CBOCItKKY 303 Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and 1I1AH. H. Ml Central Ave. Gon- Accident nml Fire. Ili-lon- Ir.'ivelniK insure vour lie in the olil reliable Katate Agent nexotiatevl on property. CHAUTAUyUA per day. LiverT and Mounting Stable in Victor i'M and Lion street. CITY save CIius. I'roji. I inter Lake .Sliuro National cornei Center and Third streets. A flue utock ol and cigars. 3ii center rrac.tK'.al Particular attention lo interfering Shoeing ol ai liorueu a Hpuiually. l UNKIISK ETEN1NG OBSKKTKK. Largest Daily In tlio Connljr. An unequalled advertising medium. i .UNKiKK BNOINEEKINO COMPAM1 1 Koro'crly Sellew I'oinile. ilanufaclurers of almltuiK ulc. I'utUjriis. Korginga and Mad. mi- Work to order. D UNKlllK SHIKT 305 and -Jo Centci of U aiid pt-rft-ia llu I. b-tiirtrt. on n. Ji.l KiaitiiiK B Hinl Urj guuilH liouocs in Dl-NKIKK CA.NKV fit.. Third street. Manufacturer of i'ure iloine Ma'ie Cuudies- Dr. and 4Sii l.ion Dealer in alt. Haled I'hok etc. 1877. EBIK HOTHL anil iJimng Unioi Depot. Kasy .-leccns to all tiaius and bus ubsg houses. Jlt-bt accommodations Com nercml Travelcrn. John J. 1 rop. EHLKKS B7 aiul-ao E Thiril strnet. Fine Cabinet Ware and Up oolBtering. I'u-.tui-e Frames made to order. rri MATTESON ii 301 Cer.trM Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters F. F IJiK MliKCUAST TA1LOKIMO. K. A. Couter street. tl AKELI. STEAM UKATIMO iluiiiitactureraol Htcftra Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing n Specialty. r-T OMJE STKAM Our Fine Oollars ami Laeo Curtauis. Free Deliv ery. A. W. 2O7 Center street. R. E. Third cor. of BiilTulo. r aiiu in Fiue BooU A Shoos HENBV WEILER'S NKW E Third au Books. Muttical In every'tlurg ptirta'inmK a flret cHss btx Uooks a spucuil ty. IOll PKINTIK'O ol erery dtsonption Kncl n west living rutea by Ininkirk Printing and 10 K. Secund JU. VAN ItUKEM Fira. I.iJe AcCMlent and Uenordl ere in Kcaj liimns. I'Hriicilla attention ujsid ui liie ol iiropcrlj collect ing Uelitor 2nd Moor. Vf 3W Centra1 Avenue Htatlijiwrlers for Wall Taper Pa.nu. Ac J. XT.. 209 cenur Manutarturur and ileakT in Sad.Iles t KuffHlo Kobes Horde Covers. and sleigh liobes PLUMULNO. T. W. l.ion stt-eet. A specialty matte of Sanitary Plumbing team and Fitting. WorkmAnalini iruar nteed. X. 17 East Third Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen vrill find it te their silvnuUge to call on me before uurchaBin eleeprhere. PB. CAKT 833 Lion street. General Painter Oil Orat'te Ware. A specU ty.ol SherwitWilliains such m an Undnof blanks done at Dunkirk Printing S and 10 K. Second RUDOLPH Cor. Thinl and Buffalo Sts.t Dealer in Flagging an Buildiug Stone. Call on me before buy in your side-walk. R1SLEY ft 7 and 9 East Front street. Brandies. l Liquor Store for Family Use. ROBERT Lion near the depot. Feed and Livery SUM Stabling by the day or week on reasouab terms. KVHINKHH 1 C. 75 K. Third cor. Deer. Ixcelsior Meat Bliirket. Halt ukcU OjstcrB and ultry. PKOPLK'S OltS OOOUS STOKES. Wood's Freilomn _________John Pnrlnii-. ___ W Buy the Aurora linilnwl Watch. Frank F. .SUpf. K. et. XL Alerctmiil 316 Central Avunue M. pliyslcilin and snr- V. 215 over yon'mlriiK store. Olllce 7 toS p. lli.'JO to a. C'eiitral Avenue. No. 9. Cul'n inuy be lull at J.jonn dniK niuht or fitnl wilJ be promplK de- verud ami attcnueij to. A PUBLIC MEMORIAL IN HONOR OF THE LATE HENRY W. AT ATLANTA. of Fervent Flow from PEC1AL ANNOUNCEMENT F von want ii professorial Kiti'doner and lion Hi for pruning your making HUM- inlctiB r'renc.h or KriKlmh wrilo or rail for VitndcniiLMiten 2 Canary nml ute what thiry can do. N. T. T A rntcnt BW -th opp. .4. r.n. Cuvi'HtH lie Jssiierf iMnrkK rutfintureil. All 1'atont IJIIHIIMMH for moderate Fi'o-t. .tlvHW.and special references teuton reijtiebt. If you desire th'jm no tihe foolnnr HUIIi-d time on tfuit.lon't lit semi lit oni'f for iniixmHerat otitUL of ur Great Now Stanley Hook. If nnrl erniB not satinfactory we will refund your loncy. -No rihk. No rapital needi-il. lloth allied and gentlemen emjil'tyccl. lose me in wntniK. HIP wnk-rrt arc D..ys are worth dollars. Ad. nvs l F. Joii.NKii.s A louj.Main Th Oft 3rmqn Elders' _ y mailed tree to married I r. a Crouclu Onuul at. Wtro- V 3BANDSST MODERN DISOOVEEY J riumpli of Pliariti.ic.r. Tho only true priictica1 KIJXIK OF I.IFK AMI HKALTfl s one that promotes improves Ihe Cic.inscs the tli'j b o inl.it -s brain ncrvci wi bout liijurlouu and one hu L.ikcn altkt 1 .tlult or iiif.mt. c impuiuuls. nnulc of ilc nun or had swcctunul and inder the ti Ics of hitlVrs. iVc produce frets tar worse than the disease lor which they ttiken. VliM'ffar in n pure nervine without heltiK a lilood without a tonic witlunit and abovo ivithoiit Tlic only mcdintic with su powers lu world. A OENUINB TEMPKUANCB HBVERACIB. rar surpassing in any ft uglst called LIQUID iterates di- ti and .ill the functions whereby lite is -e liternlly take it vitality In Hpouititftil. It is not too much to assert that the equal of ViiMigar HittorMdom not no connt- trrpui tor compound with similar virtues has erer H'en kiiown. is reinarVable for nothinc he immortal- ized by the production of the niti'Hcimil roots and herbs of which this Bitttrs K composed. Many of them used by the Indians and the medical in the treatment of chills and livur kidney jiuin- skiti too numerous to but easily understood whtn action of the Bitturs on t-ie futictions is remembered. The discovery was partly accitleii- tt.1 tmi the present I'EHKECT I11TTKUS 13 TIIE ItESULT OF SC'IKNCK. Millions of sufferers have ijrii'i.-fully and during ibcpas1 qu.irtcrof a the wonderful success of thii TONIC OP THE WOULD. In order to meet every probable two formulas of the same now pu up. TUB OLD STYLE Irt 8LK1HTLY MOKK CATHARTIC. TUB NEW PLEASANT TO TUB ANDEXIMIKSSLY ADAPTED TO DELI OATK WOMEN AND CHILDREN. There is no disease of low of or nervous prostration tor which VINROAH B ITT Bits IS NOT and its singular power over the lower otganisms renders it ihe implacab e foe of THE DEADLY MTOKO AND OMNII'HESENT BACTERIA n malnriat in- icrnal Una so is its power a germicide tliat it is an UNEQUALLED VKUMIl-'COB. A book could be written oT its Tirtui an- other of 'Hit it i.s onlv ncccss.irv to renumber us pcner.il ict.cn upon the brain a' d nt to re.ilize Ms in a majority of tho ills ttmt fli-sli U iH'lr thut no family ever without n of OLD AND NEW STYLE VrXEUAU IUTTER3 IN TII1C UOL'SLl. Send for our Ladies' hook. Address R. II. McUONALD DRUG New York. the Lips of HU Man of IVace and tlie Sun of the South. Luuil Can Nevtr bo for Gratly's LOBH. ATLANTA. Doo. 27. citizens of Atlanta paid tribute to the memory oC Henry W. Grady yesterday by a public moeting at Do Glove's opera presided over by the and at which adrlresses were deliv- ered by many oC the prominent people of city. Tbe opera which was crowded to was beautifully decorated with flowers and embleniH of mourning. Two largo picture of Mr. Oraily the sides of Urn exarcta'tj weru openefl wiih prayer. Tho C'hi 1'hi olutiniiti wore then Hon. Patrick Walsh of Augusta was the first spO'ikur. Ho Grady most giftt-d und uso- ful public rnun of his dny. A PIJCA FOR PHACK. Mr. Walsh re viewed Orudy's brilliant ea- rner us an editor and nnd lust was an imjmssinnerl nnd eloquent ploa for R peaceful Bolutton of that gi'ent problem which the South ulono CHU It B not to oppix-as the colored but to elevate to nimble both to live in ino and to work out their in thn regeneration of the South. he so quenily said in Boston reprrtM'iils the Jicrn conviction of bis Noutnoni nnd bis dwith but emi'haKixcs the truth mid of his prjsititin. Tha Soiilli uiourns and tho Nortli deeply syinputluzos with us in tU'iith of him whose Inst piiblir iitteranre so tone-tied the putriotio and the response conies from all hwti'ms of a reuniU-d people j and a nation. i THE OF THE Hon. Uenjontin in thn of a fnrvenc Urady was the groat Sun of tho under whose R-rvjd eloquence thn cold heart of tho North vraN inciting Info sympathy and love. It is no pxiurgpriition to say that ho was tho gruut hope of thn country lion. Julius L. Hon. Albert Judge Howard Van K. Hill of Muuon and H. of Athoius followed in benrtfblt eulogy of the dennrted. John Ttmiplo of Koine delivered a short address of such remarknhlo power and beauty that after eheer and ho closed a voit'e is Henry CJrady's suc-oesyor Oovernor who was the last baid in the fourse of his JH no ion to suy that the hum- blest and the and ntt colois and crew with an unspe.ikn- mourn bis death an a public cjilnm- ity. It is no exaggeration to say that no rnun livc.-t who cau pltico. ILJS nooxlrnv- euhrKX to declare thitt scarcely any bn'.f dozen IIIPII by thuir f-oinbine.l nil in all departniHnts tho places whli-h lihed in his laborious and Tho young men's inonuaiciit fund started I wo days now reaches Seveml 100 su bseript i ons wore reuei vet I y us terd ay New and Boston. HIGH WATER ON THE SLOPE. Ctilifornla Ilurst nnd lirtilrouils Wusheil Itainfall. IXIH heavy rain of tlio past few days continues. All trann from north. and south aro cut otf and tiio dnnmge to trucks is great. The Simla Fe oilicmis estiniato the loss on that lino at and the loss on the Southern Pacmc lines will reach The coun- to the Is flooded and many miles of track is under Tho Southern Pacific bridge at Edmouto has been washed away and passengers are brought here on hand cars. It will be several days before the line open to San Francisco. Great damage has been done to the street cable liues and the bridges in this Many of the houses in the low lands are flooded ami tho families have been driven out. It is reported that the of James on tho river bus boon washed awiiy and that the wholo family is missing. The levoe is broken in several places. Fully twenty-live inches of rain have fu.leu this season. MURDER AND SUICIDE. A Mill Hand Smashes Hla Wife's Head and Mubi Hiiasrlf. Dec. Ludlow John a mill hand employed by Ludlow Manufacturing killed his j wife and attempted suicide. Bassette was insanely jonloua of BO far as known without and hid frequently threat- her Jtfe. He bought a revolver a few wetjks ago with avowed purpose of kill- ing her. At o'clock ychtcrdtiy morning called his eldest duwn stairs nnd told him to sit with bis mother who was while he went for tho doctor. The young man called to his mother ones or twice from adjoining but ssshe did not aiiHwer he supposed fhe was asleep und be did not ent'jr her room. Meanwhile Hnjwetto had gono to Offlfer Trombley'w house and surrendnred saying thir he had killed his wife. He said he wi.s diiilVring from wounds that sbe hud iuflirttid but he had now finished her Up in good bhapp. Ou examination six wounds WIM-P found on two stabs iipar Ihe two in the left nido and two over the and his chances of j recovery are lowing him In a doc- j tor's hdiidji llio ofllcer wont to house found MIH i on her left side in bed. the ritflit wide of her hfiid cruslied in and blood and brains from ears mid There WMM no Mgn of o ami every- thing the blow have bi'en pi von while she was asleep. Au was found in the cellar stained with blood. wns no of blond frmn budsettts's and it is supposed he tnrticLed wounds himself while on the came from St. Q.jo nn.l was -ii years old. iln uifo was drc well CP'IL SERVICE BILL. The romnilltiM' Kxpertml to Ko- jinrt Kavnrubly. Dec. is expected that liuiM- t'oniinitlre of reform in tlio civil lo wii'Tii referred tho resolution 111 favor of ivfoi in nt tho civil will report in i'nvor of lliu resolution soon thw re of o-nigresh. They will pi'obably extend l.lio inquiry so ns to show tlio LflVct of tlio r e Tar m in ihe service. Tho civil s commissioners anxious that Mich an should be hud. Timy are sure of showing thnt adinhiLs- tratioti of the lias been on an im- partial willunit of any sort. Tlwy riiar. it csn be shown tbat tho syrvica has bcou vastly iniprnveii under tho L'ivil service system. The record t-f u dorm ami general char- of ilif ilnpfirtiiK'ntal survico will be the Htrong'-sr at-yu uenc in t'nvnr of tbe raforni. Mr. '1 hi'inpwm B of tlie proposed inves- tSiut it t'iin.int fftil to advance tho in- of tbe The showing will be such QS to disarm oppo ition. reform I know from experiujice anil the serviceinadn a marvelous 'nlvtiiu-o in improvemmit Tlio f-ystfin runiiot praivfl too highly whin ofnervt's HIM gocul .'K-conipiished by strongly on tlh1 lino of rofonii. Tho chair- .Mr. is a pronounced civil- i- f-ii nic-r. U- pi-eienta lives find Amlrews of tho fommit Jiru WL-ll-knoM n oivil-hervipe re- fnriiierHiind aro nuin of and Ilepre- sciitntive Dai-Ran wrote a i-eport during tho in which hy made a very able deleave of the reform. BUSTLING THEY BLOW THROUGH BRADFORD AND BOWL DOWN BUILDINGS. DeirlckB and HtJWs In QfcKean and Allegheny Ceunttes. by tho Hurricane Over 400 Oil Riga leveled Telegraph Prostrated. Strong la Other Dec. terrific north- west wind was blowing here all day yester- day and thousands of oil derricks have been iL-veled to the ground throughout the Mo- JCeuu and Allegany fields. lu this city tho house of John Carroll at tho head of Sand- fonl street was bluwn from its foundation and left reclining ou the hillaide at an angle of 4u degrees. The family ware in the houM at the hut boyoud being badly fright- ened escaped unhurt. Joint Evans' house. In course of construe- t ion. at 1U1 .Kelson was lifted from underpinnings mid badly warped. Up west brunch of tbu forty-ibree derricks blown down and on the east branch twenty-Hired are Four were blown down on Mount thirteen at Tar port aud sir on Jewatt 1'arni nt Cluster. Reports from Garlock Hollow say nearly nil the derricks in that vlotiiity were picked up by tho wind and strewn ou tbe In many cases thij erijjino and builer houses and even rig timlmrs giving way to tbe of tho hurricane. At Knapp'a Creek it is believed there fe at least 4uO blown down. Telegraph wlrea are down in fill directions. The losses as far HH oan bo will aggregate at least _________ Wind Sturm In New York. Nicw 27. strong wind storm visited this city mid vicinity yesterday after- noon. In tbe upper part of the city the h'onu WHS accompanied by thunder and Imbruing. Fn Brooklyn a three-story frame I'liii ling in courne of erection was blown down nnd throe cnrjwntora were buried in tue ruins. They all rescued but were badly injured. Two little girla who pruning at tho tnno woro struck by fly- ing of them suffered a fracture of the and tho oyos of tbe other were badly injured. In Jersey City Samuel JJiu.tchiT. was killed by being Btruck by tho limb of a tree which won being nig mow at Baltimore. DPC. was a heftTy blow on tiie outskirts of the city yesterday afternoon. A couplo of housed were uu- roofwl. A on Waskingtou strwt fell on a littla fjirl nnmed Kenainel- age.d 10 and killed her. THE PRINTERS' DON'T FORGET That B. Harris does repairing of all guni sewing carpet lawn liand um filing setting in things not here mentioned. a 43. bnflalo street. I'-'n C. G. MANUFACTURER 304 MAIJJ N. Y. DEAI.SH IX and Leather J. 184 Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty ol first elass makes ol Pianos and Farrand A Votey Organs. SOLD tf SIL VER PLA TJA'O AM J. SOI Central Ave. General Insurance and Real Estate e' and Stock A COMP1.ETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN Oppoeitt Iroqnoia Hotal. ChrtHtmaH TrRgudleH. Dec. B brought its usual quota of tragedies in this Thomas Jones after cele- brating day witb aomewliut unusual attempted to ride a spirited horse. The animal threw him and Jones1 neck was broken. A 13-year-old boy named Walton weut to his home and finding the house closed attempted to enter through the window. The sash fell on him breaking his neck. Both of these accidonta happened in Hunrico county near this city. A Violent Sort of NKW Dec. a liuU'bf'r by was taken aick at his woik on Tu-a Iny last. Ho was attacked wiih sudtlen Hts of snuezing. Every one who heard him thought ho had Influenza. He becnino worse and was attacked with chills followed by a burning fever. Finally ho quit work and went 10 liullevue hospital. Here his case was diagnosed as n genuine1 of and yesterday he was re- to North Brother Ibhuid. A Trip to HavitHH. Dec. General Hamilton of the nrnrine hospital serviro will leavu Washington to-day for a trip to iiavana. He will he joined at S. by Dr. president of the Louisiana board of health. On thoir way to Havana tbey will inspect me quarantine sta- tions at ToriURas Jacksonville aud other places in Florida. The Rubber Tntdo NEW Dec. R. Flint has private advices from Para showing that ex- change is demoralized and rubber advancing rapidly in prica. The stock of rubber on band is 40 per less than at this season for any of five years past. If receipts of rubber continue to decline many manufac- turers will probably have to shut down. Mr. Brad laugh at Bombay. Dec. Charles Bradlaugh addressed a meeting oC delegates to the national congress at Bombay yesterday. He was m improved health and spirits and ex- cellent voice and was loudly cheered. Influenza In the Kockies. Dec. Russian influenza has reached the Rocky mountains. Three- fourths of the citizens of that district are suf- fering with it. At Cheyenne the people are affected the same way. Seven Bays Overdue. N. Dec. stoamsblp from Liverpool for this is seven daya aud some anxiety is felt for her. Western Deslroyod. CEDAH started in niiiiii bui'ding of tho Western college at early and ab n higb wind from the northwest was pro- vailing at the the entire structure was consumed before tho flames could be chocked. All tlutt wiu saved was a part of tho library and ihe contents of tho treasury. Tim loss is with an insurance of only. origin of the flre is not known. This is one of the largest colleges in the state. The citizens of Toledo hold n meeting lust even- ing and took for the immotliate erec- tion of a now buiMing. Tbe presidential committee of the college hold a meeting and defined that tho school will go on as usual. Tho winter term begins Thursday of next I'lre lTncler n Theatre. D'-c. 9 o'clock last night a ihv of unknown origin started in the cellar under 111 ft 'ttsino thentre on Fifth near Wood strtvt. Two alarms of fire were turned on ami the lira and police departments were rpiickly at tbe scene. There were nbnut 400 poople inside of the building at tlio and although intensely excited WPIP all snfoly removed with the ex- foption of a few who were bruised from being re- ceived serious damage to tho building was .small und fuHy covered by insurance. The Dec. The statement of Uif business of all line's of tho llailroud cnrnp'iny nastof 1'ittsburg and Erie inr us compared with shows an increase in gross rarniuKs or increase in expenses of and an ini'r.'aso in net parnin H All lines wpst of und KriH elnveu months a surplus of .1 .M all Ijfiug a gnii nf as L-ompaivd with the samo peri'id uf Dec. report was received by the governor and council from the prison commissioners recommending that no action ite t.-ikon in the mutter of the pardon of James tho Northampton bank rob- ber sentenced in 1877 to twenty years' im- prisonment. The commissioners recom- that favorable action be taken in ihu matter by tho council of 1890. Frttnl Ruilroad Accident. Dec. passen- ger train 0 on the Baltimore and Ohio rail rind WHS wrecked between Dickenson and Monoeapy stations. The engine struck a horse at a crowing and was thrown down a killing Engineer Reed aud badly in- juring Fireman Harrison. .'resident Glaser Taken Orievunco in Ilnnil. Doc large number of printers ntteiidiHj tho special ui9eting of Unioii No. ii yesterday to take action on thu refusal of tha newspaper pro- prietor to grant the advance in the of rc-c-ently dmimnded. President ib Glnser presided and President Plank nd District Organizer Jonas of tha Interna- ional union wore present. After several Addresses had been mado it was voted to place whole matter in tbe bauds of the xecutive council of tbe Intor.iatioual union notion. Ry this action District Organizer Jones be- came the representative of tho men iu con- bulting with the and he started out to visit the latter. His report will be mado to the executive council of tbe Interna- tional union. All of the members of the ex- ecutive committee will come to this city at once to decide upon tho question of a strike. TEN PERSONS KILLED IN THE RIOT BETWEEN WHITES AND BLACKS AT JESSUP. n named to Dec. the temporary abspnco of Mrs. Lena Sohip from her homo at iJOJil Pierce street yesterday the house caught flre and her a boy of a girl of 4 and a fi-moiiths'-old who were locked in the were burned to death. A hundred witnessed the cas- but were unable to save the im- prisoned children. A right With Smugglers. NEW Dec. Timw-Dem- ocrat'n special says that a run- ning fight took plnce between Deputy United States Marshals Kilgore and Cnellon aud five smugglers near Mendlto. Octa- viano one of the was killed. The otlier four were lodged in jail at ban Diego. None of the officers was hurt.__________________ A Company Dec. Germania Printing and Publishing company has Assets and liabilities not yet but tte latter are heavy. The a German daily been running at a loss for some time. H. 0. Beck WM the princi- pal stockholder in the Germania company. Shot HU Wife. ST. A Dec. G. N. Ball and wife of tins hare not lived together for a short time past. Yesterday afternoon Airs. Ball went to tbe bouse where horhusbaud lived togothfr things when he shot fatal wounds. She lived o-ily a few moments rU'cer the shooting. Drunken and Dnaporate Darkles Draw Tttulr Wluchetftorn Atfnliiat the OlMcers of the Mlilulght Attack on the Jail yullowed by Two Hoatored Again. following Is a true story of Wedneaduy's riot ut Thive whites imd tbrne blacks lost their Tiw whites wore Deputy Marshal William Wood and Henry Andor- Tbo latter was a iiutol find waii accidentally shot by an unknown white mail. The blacks killed Hill Hupps and Pete shot in their eel In and Bill called outuC bis house and sbot. William BrM woa ahot througb the but will rocover. Enram Sally Hannah Waltbatp negro women of bud wero whipped and ordorwl to leave town. Tula action of tho authorities the trouble. Bob the noted nugro degperadnt armed with u threat- ened to take tbe town. Bai-nhiU and Wood were killed JQ attempting to arrest him. After the murder he took to swamp. The jttil wtu attacked by nine men at 9 o'clock in the It had boon loft un- guarded. The military nru now hi possi-Hsinn of tlio town and no further trouble m ex- pected. There no riot. FHielt and Dill with In- eiUxl tho murder Wednesday. Jnckson wns coining out of tbe In which Wade John Iloford and Tom were also thought to Itavo Iwen with them when the whites were The whipping and the attack on the jail were by parties who do not live in Jess up. Hounds are on thoir trail. LEFT BKFOHK THE THOOP8 AHR1VKD. When tho jail wna attacked tho military ware half a mile distant. By the time a detachment of troops reached the jail the mob hail leaving Lite dead bodies of tbe negroes Johnson and Hopps in their colls. Tho commander of tbe military had Buggcttted to the mayor that soldiers guard tho but tbe mayor said tho sheriff could protect tho prisoners. Tbe Georgia Hussars have returned here. Tho Brunswick company remains on duty by request of tho Bht'nfT Tho Hussars say the trouble Is not yet over. They say bun- drtxta of colored people were takon Into houses of leading white citizens and protected from remaining all night. A Jt'Bsup d to patch to Tiio Morning News dated 0 p. Hay a Mayor Hnbbx has called a public meeting to take stepa to defend the town. It in beiievod that the ado Brewer and a large forco of nugroen near tha town ready for a attack. CniEons are arming to the Brunswick Rilltts if necessary. A special train was run to tho brii'k where Brower woa re ported to and a of firmed men was Ktint out us sooiKs. Mayor Hob hod rocolved wonl from Brunswick that tho wbito man uofimcd of instigating the waa iu but the mayor will tako steps to havo Ryan brought back. Thct'o in still excite- ment In the country around but of- faira will probably quiot down soon. mout reliable infoj-mation la that ten people havo been killed at Bumbill and Woods by Anderson Johnson and in on the and two whiten and two negroes whose camos are not THE CORONER'S VKftDICT. A special to Tha Morning from Jossup says is quiet there and .hat a company of forty citizen a has beeu orguniRed to guard thu town ugulnut The jury rendwud u verdict charg- ing tha negroes Bi-ower and Hoford with the murder of Marshal Barnhlll and young As to tho killing of the negroes in iiiil tho jury returned u verdict of by The Shooting. 1 o'clock yes- terday President Harritmu left tho White EiouM for a duck shooting oxpcditton ou the Potomac. He went on Mr. ButetnaaV and wait accompanied by Mr. Senator Justice 3ray of tbe supreme court and Mr. Jobn TV. thw Tbe president will not return until Saturday. QUIA. Dec. Harrffton and who left Washington on Mr. Bateman's yacht yesterday for a duck bunting excursion on thq anchored off for several hours. The pres- ident and party came aiid after look- ing around and obtaining information as to game returned to the which started for a point near the bay. The president was favorably impressed with the site and to return in a day or two and try his band on tbe game which abounds on tho river and lu tbe surrounding country. Richland is the former home of Governor and is tbe most favored hunting ground for duok and quail on the Fftcliburg Annual Dec. annual report of the directors of the Fitchburg railroad shows gross increase over net in- crease. A divi- dend of 4 per ou preferred stock is predicted for 1S90. His Skull Fractured. NEW Dec. R. a well-known brother of Assistant I Attorney was thrown from a horse a few days ago and his skull was fractured. He is now in a critical con- dition. Kesoluttons of Sorrow. Nsw Dec. New York Southern society has adopted resolutions of sorrow for the death of Henry Gradj. At tho AtnUtorium. Deo. waa presented to a largo audience at the Auditorium lost night with the same onat that appeared in it last weok. Nordics sang Aida and tiig. who bad entirely recovered from his recent appeared aa Hha- daines. The redd at IMttibary. Dec. score of the walking mutch at midnight last night was as Herty 263 Hegelman Norenmc Golden Day Spicer Smith Bibert my an. ______________ A Now Mull Stoamer. SAN Doc. 27 new Pacific mail steamer China sailed for Yokohoma and Hong Kong yesterday. Capt. Seabury eays he will endeavor to make the voyage between this port and Yokohoma in fourteen dayg. _________________ An Overseer Commits Suicide. N. Dec. overseer in tha Amoskoag mills during the past twenty committed suicide by shooting himself through tbe head. No reason is assigned for the act. Collapsed by the Zephyr. Deo. frame build- ing 500 feet 18 feot wide and 20 feet occupied by tbe Stow Flexible Shall was blown down. Loaa Karthqnuka in Sicily. Dec. severe shock of earth- occurred ab yester- throwing down several houses and burying their occupants beuMth the ruins. Gasoline for Car Lighting. Dec. Burling ton and Quincy been expi-rimuntiug with gasoline with a viuw to using u. in tbe light- ing of cars. One system which has been found satisfactory is A circular tank placed on the roof U Qlh-d with cotton waste which is saturated with gasoline. Smal pipes lead from tank to the lamp genera tors with funnel-shaped openings fixed so as to point always to the front end of the coach. The speed of the ear farces air and gasoline to the geuttrntorx. The light is bril llant. It b a question whether its use wil be permitted in Iowa under the insnectfoi which prohibits tbe use of gasoline for illuminating A Bridge Itlown Down. Dec. bridge in course of construction across the Lehig between Lehigbton and Wefssport was blown down afternoon. Three workmen fell with tbe Blruoture. Guatav Berg was fatally Charles bad his shoulder and leg broken and Thomas hip broken and bruised about the body. Berg lived In Jersey City. The Charleston Nearly Completed. Dec. Unitec States cruiser Charleston went into actlv duty to-day at tbe navy Capt. Oeorj Remy taking command. Commodore Bei bam and bis officers and many citizens nesswi tbe hoisting of tbe and the ban played Star Spangled Th Charleston will probably not be ready fo sea before February. Won't be Suppressed. Dec. the orders issui by the government prohibiting the boldln of meetings by the Salvation Army 1 members of that organizatlo continue to hold open air meetings in Oenev authorities have decided to adopt vigo OIK measures to suppress these gather TARIFF HEARINGS. Ara the Appointed bjr IIotlM. Dec. tariff bearings be given by the ways and means commit- e of tho ImuRO to iuim-eiitad coucern- g the duties on u number of articles wore egun yestori'lay. Tho committee was called order by Chairman McKinley. and the first articlos on the ero takun up. Goorgo 11. reprosontfng the Wixtern Urn asHOtnation of tbe Ijake Superior was the Itrst He fnvoreJ a retention of the present duty ou imported Mr. Tobuy of a manufac- ur of iron and In favor of free and coal. F. B. Wituorbee of the Kantorn Iron Or.- favurutl tha ivlontiou of duty on leae articles. Chairman Mt-Kiiiley read a tolugram from mith M. Woed of New York stating that he as to be present auil vigoromly pro ng against the reduction of dutioa now iposed on motals and ores. Mr. J. J. ruprusentlng Croon oinl Iron spoke in opposition to Blueing the duty on coal and Oalusba A. Grow of Ponusylvanla advo- Lted plnoing a proridon iu tbo tariff Law innt'otion with ooal to Canada to give s as good rates wa givo her. Charlw president of Couiolld- ted company of that to ro- tbu duty on coal would greatly damage 19 coiuting of tiiis country and reduce J. 1'. a large manufacturer of pig spoke against a reduction on thia ma- rial. Mr. E. representing the smelting of thu Importation of lead nd silver area from Meifco and of the ob ctltn tha people of Utah and onUina hnvo to this Importation. He fav tho by tho secrctarfns of ie since I8N3 in regard to tho Ini urtiitions of what is commonly known nt Ivor lead ore. He was followed by Mr. L. roprernmtlng the mining Indus who advocated taxing all ores Imported protect thu mining industry of the Went TuwiiMmd of Colorado far- red taxjng OTAB when Bartlme of Nevada was not rccrly tnUti'rat'Mt In tha lead ap is sect ion of tint country produced only ail- but l-e knnw all partly in hut state wen igh prouxitmulsu whore thu duty on lew seen Har n about tha matter and the president greod wilh but did not ferl at llharcj O behind thu decisions of his predaceMors liuckwoll of CouuocUcut ana Immnu W. president of Uia Mev. Knifu wore heard in behali f tho pocket knifo nmnufauturon. ortner statoil that witli proper protectioi oinn inikiiufacturen could supply the mnd of the borne and advocated icroaving tho tariff duty on these goods. Mr. I'.radluy nlso favured an oilvaiu'e of uty and nbowing reni'o in thu coat of manufacture of cut ory in the different countries. If some pro uclion wax not given tills industry withli vo years It would go to the wall. A POSTOFFICE THIEF. Another Clerk in the RU.TH.O AT- clerk in postoOlco titu citught stealing etteru. Only a few ditys ago a clvrk uaiaetl idstrom wag dutocUrd iu Uie aanitt sort of iusiiM'83 and it wns while detocttvea etching hiui that Edward F. tbi mn who arrested yestard o take lo tiers from tbe rack and put them ii. is pocket. After arretit Haptt nothing more until when it vaa KUMpocltid that bo wow again at bin old ricks. Ho called before the postmaster and at irst stoutly denied tho orima After toiife be broke and ac nowlodged that bo had done the jut was not alono la UiU I'm lot the only Ho owns having sLoien .bout HI id destroyed twenty fire money rdt-rw and a large number of Tho postmaster thinks Hapfft's are L great dral larger than he will in pet ifl tee son of Louis one of Buf- alo'a beet known cittzBns. bun a wife one and is about 35 old. His farentfl over dfagraoe. USE THE MADONNA CROCHET COTTON FOR It is the best in quality and a correct besides best quality Cotton is more essential to produce satisfactory work. We keep the Pat- tern Books of all the new- ast and most desirable de- signs of Lace -work made itom MadonnaCotton.'with the aid of which the worker vvUl be enabled to produce one most pleasing patterns of Lace work. Try it. ERIE DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS. A Mtnbborn In second oon- erence rupresontatives of tbe tlier OMOCiatlon and tbr of Lnlxir was held yesterday. Tbr nnnufaoturprx rejected all propositions sub- nittod by the but were willing to ign agreement to pay their own for two years and not discriminate inst Knights of Labor in hiring tbelr A iiKHling of the workmen was bald ant wbeu a vote WAS taken by ballot is to whether or not the nhould be resulting In ta rejection by to 17. This action in- a prolonged und stubborn Qght. bf The Hitn Andreas Mine llorror. SAN Dec. latest report from the Camp is tbat tbero are at least and probably euMn men buriud in the mine. There are but little of ever recoTering bodies. i'he tiifneni are novr ut work taking out the work of developing mine will probably bo romimed very aoon. It is prob- that the work will be directed .oward the spot where the bodies are buried. One of the miners reports having seen a dead body among tho fearfully but signs of a drove him from the and a few inmutes later tbe surface junk. The Kljtht-Hour Law. Dec. The city solici- tor has decided that the eight-hour law Is ipplicabJo'to departments under control if tbe city government. The law was en- icted by tin legislature twenty one yean but. has remained a dond letter until at- was recently called to it by the United Labor league. 81avln Gives Dec 27. -Frank Aui- tralinn champion has written a let- ter to tbe Pelicau club thanking the for their generous treatment of him. He de- clareti tbat he intends in the as he has always to endeavor to win any contest in which be may engage in a fair and manly manner. _ Inflaeuza Christmas. Dec. Tbe prevalence of In- fluenza on the continent has seriously inter- rupted the usual Christmas festivities at tbe various capitals and retail trade everywhere is suffering in consequence. IXath or Charles w. Dec. 27. Charles W. a member of tbe well-known dry firm of Huorplees died to-day aged 38 yearn. Among qxcM of at bj of MM 'Jiltwt te to Mi 1m- mrtcd from Bui Iht ProfaMor J. II Couwtoek at Cnnwll bu found abuDduiUf ta wbokt HI unlrcnlty farm. profonr but Urn of these Innolo UM reduoei ahundooca of jMA if principal Mac loOflmf at grain. nok think ttotaMttto nnflned to vMnttfat BlfMrt- to ucnrtaln MBOQirt tt bj weighing MM grain from fitated nnirlablj A nupcrlor wittgbt lo furor NT nfoted off-red. Indie. bat laid and only ttw argot ara ebown. n tfati to Profmnr mlletin on vcnuiM Mnf to point out tbe In lappatlng that the tffi laid at havioi ororen plainly tbat such Hi not aft mportant eoniiiileratlon in proT'.dlnj luate of preTentlon. Tbe Mtiifaotorjr remrd at tzpontion by the entomological division of department Is made tbe subject of a 'rom which It Is teamed that only frand priim were awarded In class of njurlmiB and beneficial to the United department of mother to Dr. Rlley and third tt Japaa. Tbe current number of Insect eoB- Jiinmiti article on iba so-called Medlterraneaa flour elicited by MM of nutbrrvk of this pest last summer IB t Canadian city. readiness with which Buroperin entomologists hare pronoouecd his Iniect to bs of American origin eonv mental as is no proof this eoncliwlnn. innot ta a most troublesome floor mUband difflmilt to and mnldplylac with rapidity. In particular referred to which was penomally InsoveUd by int mtomolofiit of department. Hi. found eomplsMy lardly a crack or nail hole to be found with- out the and every Ml of flour or. remaining being upon bf their webs. machinery was taken down ind walls the ipouts and loose wooden with bags and quantities of burned and cloth bags mnd whole place subjected to sulphur ivery inch of space about machinery to tbe of a kerosene la ipite of which tbe were still about in great Bumben. The Kntorprlut at OlbralUr. Dee. United ship Bnterprue arrived at OlbralUr y day. Bereril of her officers and crew guttering from and ship consequently wberrapOB proceeded westward. Charlerol now of idle workingmen In district of Belgium. Tbe men -ra ell nl.ly dUposed and no oc- curred. _________________ Turns to Pneai Deo. 97 Is more serious type than tbat which i ized it at the outset. Many Tclopwi into UMumonia with fatal noolta. Holiday Goods at Cost after Today- Dec. 34 MONROE   

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