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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 26, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               rtai.i4mMtTw.-v. s.cortRqxn.Ang. CABLED FROM ABROAD. Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE PARNELL INTERVIEWED. He S.yi, Conduct W th. Prle.U, Was Tery niiimable. leaving this city, said that v fiT the carrying of Kilkenny election was almost hope- would aitionthathehadto meet. .The conduct Ihl. be ttlou81't. very blam- wlthn lhe'k1rollKht pressure to bear, wl M Wh'Ch th" maMMMt of the differently. Had the people been allowed to exercise their own judgment without Intimidation, they e sustained Mr. Parnell. It keeP'n8 wlt1' the functions esthood to hold over their flocks ?f Penalties for the ex- jud8nient ln added that that wilere the V lled Per cent- ot "d desired to peno- a'ound Castle Comer and present hi. arguments to the th" hi, ISAAC SAWTELLE MUST KA.NQ. The Rochester Fructraclde Contivted at Murder in the Degree. DOVETI, N. H., Dec. B. Baw- tello wa, found gailty of muafler in the first decree and was sentdied to ba hanged the Tuesday in January, 1892. Isaac B. Sawtell. speat his Chrietmas Uay m listening to arguments of counsel before the jury which was trying him for the murder of his brother. The court camu in at and Lawyer Engerley at oi.ce betun his arKumena for the prisoner After speiiking of importance of the case, he alluded to the rules of law neces- sary for them to understand and applied his explanation of the evidence. At 2 o'clock Attorney General Barnard began the argument for the state. JTie argument wag finished Ht and ent bloodshed. The North Kilkenny In many cases not coe'ce men into y they in intim- the a strong Catholic, Parnell, that if ne their Ireland Mr. Parnell" .lw Mid that he Intends to upon the work of thoroughly reor- on Monday toParta to O'Brtw and on his return he will take a short rest lie will resume the campaign early n January, opening at Limerick. Mr Darnell took the mail boat from ton for Holyhead last evening. Attempt to Wreck Train. GLASGOW, Dec. a6.-An attempt wa. made last night to derail the night ex- piws between Glasgow Kilhridge by means of a piece ot railway iron faatenb.l on the truck. The obstruction was dis- covered just In time to save train was the the strikers, but the men emphatically deny the that any of their number was connected with tbe outrage. Many i Aberdeen have resumed work .1. of the off" to restore them to their former places if they re tamed at once. At several other point the men are showing more disposition thin heretofore to submit their demand to arbitration. Will Remain Neutral. uv Dec' English am JifleU railway societies have issued a join manifesto asking all railway men not to Scotch railways, but to remain neutral in regard to the strike. If the! employers press them to help the panics whose men are ont they strike rather than comply. Jolwd of the Striken. GLASGOW, Dec. contingen of the employes of the Caledonian rail has joined the utrikers. but the com panjr succeeded In making upthe loss.am is in better shape now than at anv tim since tbe strike bepan. It is more thai determined not to yield to the men' demands. ________ O'Brien Pleated With the Ilmnlt. BOITLOQNC, Dec. aa-Messrs. O'Brien and Gill arrived from New York and were met by Messrs. McCarthy and Sullivan on the landing. They expressed themselves as overjoyed on being Informed of the re- snlt of MM Kilkenny election. be accom- Ihe first count, he said, being a that Hiram wag killed in New it i, necessary to carefully weigh all evidence as to which side of th8 line tbe murder was committed If the jury be- lievetlmt he wae killed it, Maine, thet the prisoner couldn't be convicted upon the first count, and If he waK found gui upon the second count, then it must clearly shown that Isiiac had plicc in Kochester, N. H. The chief justice further stated that If murder had been committed It was -flr9t deKree' He 'TI" thafe was wi: ihe original Indictment contained three counts but owing to an agreement be- tween the judge's counsel the jury was chanted on two only, the third, charging Isaac with U.JDKaccessory before the faet to mnnler in New Hampshire, beine practically covered by the count charging wilful murder. B MR. PARNELL OBJECTS TO UNITED IRELAND CARTOONS. la gt. Petenbarc Selling Their Prance Considering Naval Wine Grower! Aronied Over Kncllsh Dlierlmlnatlon The Strike Situation la Sold lorn Murdered in Formosa, LONDON, Dee. UR-On his return from Kilkenny to Dublin Mr. Parnell visited the office of United Ireland, and is said to have expressed dissatisfaction with the way that paper had been run during the Kilkenny campaign, and especially in the matter of cartoons. John O'Connor, M, ad- will probably retire, the Pans conference with Mr. O'Brien The evicted tenants of the Smith-Barry estate held a meeting Tuesday to consider the situation. Owing to the stoppiige of funds, some of them are in absolute want and there is a strong feeling in favor of a wholesale surrender to Smith-Barry whose agent, Mr. Townsend, has notified the tenants severally that the unoccupied farm., are still at their dismal at the old terras, without any additional charge for the improvement to which they have for- feited their title. It is evident that unless are speedily made as to the plan of campaign will be a complete failure. The Bishop of Ossory has issued a com- munication to the clergy of his diocese congratulating them on their good work in the election. The news that Baron Wissman had re- called Emin Pasha is not received favor- but Probably no action will be taken until Baron Soden, who em- barked in the early part of December lor Uermany, has arrived and made his report. St. Petersburg advices state N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1890. City Vicinity. 'apture- The the island being strengthened. itie Irench cabinet has coma "10n' "rter noting i "'eating ana discussic that no object ion c.m be interposed to German emperor; that ne should he treated like any other European and if he comes to the aad discussion, a he j ,t iic viijuies h tf) fa ttide should be respected. f, fu CHRISTMAS, How It Paused In This City. Christmas day was a rcal Christmas after all, so-far as cold was concerned least, if the auow curue a trifle late. It was clear and sharp, and made the holiday fireside all the more pleasant Services were held in several of the churches, and three of thi Sunday ichnols had Christmas exen ises. The Presbyterian Sunday school held exercises in the church on Wednesday night. There was a large attendance. The exercises consisted of the perform. ance of a specin] CLristmas service "Our Great Messiah." it was conduct-' fd by the superintendent, Mr. R. W Travis. There responsivereadinf i of Scriptuie, and songs, and an addresB uy the pastor, the Rev. D. R -Three F's. Fashionable, Frugal and Fortunate, those who buy their Xm gifts at 128 Central Avenue. good many citizens know that Eddy. Themusic was led by the church choir Thesolo and duet, "The Christ is among the various celebrations Christmas, one of the most pleasant ii the dinner at the hotels. The Hurlbert especially, did its reputation credit yes- terday. Those who were there say that Landlord George F. Hurlbert plilhed the greatest success in his i_____ It was one of the finest dinners given in state. Monday's OBSERVER it was stated, byNight Watchman Hamlin.that Robert McCarthy told him that he (McCarthy) was robbed at Gcras's saloon in Polaiidtown. Mrs. Getas wishes to state that the robbery did not take place there, that McCarthy was in com- pany with two strangers on Monday nd left with them; that she keeps an orderly place, and nothing of the kind would be allowed tj take place in her house. OBITUARY. The Death oftbe Very Rev. Father Oenedlo It is with profound sorrow that th OUSKRVKK announces the death of th Very Reveiend Father Benedict Mur nane, which occurred at St. Mary's Re treat, this city, on Wednesday evening the 24th instant, but a few hours before the morn of another glorious Christma reminded the Christian world of the birth of the Saviour of mankind. On ihe 28tb of November lait Father Bene- diet came to this city from his home in West Hoboken, New Jersey, for a few weeks' vacation and to visit the Retreat o which he was so warmly attached A bad cold was aggravated by tho eitrac ion of some teeth, and cvorc inflammation of culminated in Ihe face an I was sung by Mrs. L. Mr. Carl F. W. quartette "They early" sung by M. Burnett Ahrens. that seek the choir, Amelia Heuser sinaing the solo. Mary Van De Velde sang the with chc The and The me Misa der. filed The jury filed in at o'clock, one hour and fifty-one minutes after they had loft their seats, and the clerk called the roll, the Bhonil making the count. The foreman then rose announced the decree1 taWl" Sawti-iie was then sentenced to be hanged on the first Tuesday in January, 1893. com in us Appointed Itean of St. LoXDOlT, Dee. Robert Gregory M A., baa been appointed dean of St. Paul's cathedral to flll the vacancy caused by the recent death of Dr. Richard William Church. _ Mr. Farnell Arrives In London. IXKiDOK, Bee. Mr, Parnell arrived In London late laat night. He will have an Interview with Mr. O'Brien in Paris time within the week. To Strike for Better Waemh HULL. Dec. About railway awn at Hull have decided to strike for bettor wages and shorter and more regu> Jmr honia. Archbishop of York Dead. LOSBOU. Dec. The Archbishop of York, the most Rev. William Thompson D. D., is dead, at the age of 71 years. larked In an MEMPHIS, Dec. Will Grosvenor, a nejjro, was killed by leaning against an iron post to which was tied a loose tele- phone wire. The wire was crossed with electric light wire, and the full force of the current went into the post. A mule v the post with its nose and had fallen to the ground. The negro got off the wagon to Investigate and leaned against the ost He died almost instantly. against the post TURF GOSSIP. At GnUenburf. GvrratBORO. N. J.. Dec. Remits of yesterday's rares: Tlrstroce, Qilmer 1, Rcdliitht t.Neptonus3: time. mile-Capnlin 1, Deer Lodge 1, VlllactMaid 3: time, Lizz'e 2- Gloster Fourth rac, H mile-Tipstaff 1. Sunday 0. Ben Harrison lime, liOltf. fifth race. miles-Si. Paris 1. Kern 3 IcarteS: time, "em-. SiTth race. miie-Lcveller 1, Patrick 2. Woodcutter 3; time. lUoJj. 3, At Clifton. Currow, N. J.. Dec. 38. -The races here terdny resulted as follows: First race, HI mile-Prince Edward 1, Gard- ners, KhodT Pringle 3: time, SeconJ race. furlongs-Basil Duke L Joe Coartney 2. Fabian 8: time, 1.25. Third race, m.Ie-Hr. Sass t Adair 2. pent time. A1 NE.GRO MURDERER LYNCHED. In HI. by Party .f Masked Men. N. C., Dec. 26.-Kinch Pree- the tiight of Oct. man, the negro who on 4, murdered N. B. Adfcins and his aged mother, was hauged in liis cell last Bight by a party of masked men. They called at the house of Jailer Taylor and demand- ed tbe keys, and being refused they threatened to take them by force. The jailer then agreed to go with the party On eniering the jail they left Taylor In the comUor. well guarded. Tbe othea entered the cell where Freeman was con- hned and asked him to confess bis crime which did. He also said that Mac i Jones and a negro named Popo were wit him. Mack is in jail. No attempt wa. ra.ide to hang him. They then ireemau up to one of the of th cage with his toes just touching tho floor here he slowly strangled to death -------B Dunvc tllflt tllG Jews everywhere are throwing their prop- erty on the market in obedience to the decree, already prepured, and to be pro- mulgated about the 1st of January, pro- hibiting Jewg from owning real estate in Odessa a Jew syndicate has been or- ganized to facilitate the emigration ol Jews to England. In London public sen- timent is strongly opposed to such immi- gration. A commission of the French chamber of deputies is considering the question of naval reform. Admiral Vallon stated before the commission that with 400 tor- pedo boats the coast of France would be practically invulnerable. He expressed very little confidence in torpe- do boats. Miss song by the school congregation sang "Coronation" Hud the exercises cl.ise-1 with prayer by Afterward presents we.t Mr. Eddy, The declaration of the Bradford cham- Der of eommorce in favor of English dis- crimination against French on account of the French hluh tariff has aroused the wine growers   the ist churrh, The Huv Messrs J. J 1C. M Kercick uoiuiimted ibe M r- 'ives The attendance was Urue. The pallbearers were David ilillard, Uerli.-rt Ii. Newmau Durrell, John Alex- ander, John Seybolt and Burl Mo'icho A young men, friends of the deceased.' The burial was at Forest Hill. Fre-lnnia. broat, with blood poisoning and pneu- monia. The best of medical skill failed to arrest his disease; and for days before his death he had conviction, often expressed, that his end" was rapidly approaching, and departed this peacefully quietly when the summons came. Father Benedict several clear Mr. St. Nicholas, Santa Claus, THE EEIE STOKE! He h'as only one Headquarters, and that is tere. The Charged Her Husband With Murder NEW YORK, Dec. 2a-Caleb Baas, a oo ored man, was arrested last night charged with assaulting his Eliza. Bass told the police that her husband WM a murderer and fugitive from justi, from Suinpter, S. C., where had and killed a colored man named Prim RoberUou last November. Baas ad mitted that he had killed a man, but sal that it was done accidentally, and that coroner's jury had exonerated him. In specter Byrnes telegraphed to Sumpter asking if Bass was wanted there. To Intercept Hostile RAPID CITV, S. D., Dec. Care left Wednesday morning on a forcec march to intercept the Indians under Bi Foot who are heading for the B.id Laudi Ihe troops took with them two llotchkn guns and one day's rations and expect I strike the hostiles seventeen miles out. Ihe Indians are traveling with sixty-on ox teams. word has been received from the friendly Indians who went the hostile camp last Sunday. News however, is expected from there hourly. More Iii.llctn.entn .Against ProUyman. CHICAGO, Dec. addition to the general indictment returned agaifci Banker Prciiymim about two weeks agi the grand jury returned seven more Wednesday. One of them was an omui bus indictment covering all the features of his case and the others were individua ndictments for receiving deposits when the bank was insolvent. There are three counts in each indictment. I'oiUh in the flames. QUEBl-.c, Dec. broke out in _ table of the St. John Street Kailwa) ompauy. The whole buildins? was re need to .vshes in a few moments Twen- y-flve horses perished in the flames, nmmer carriages, together with a large took of hay, grain, and harness were Iso consume.'.: Loss between and insurance unknown. Drowned While Skating. ASN AKBUK, Mu-h., Dec. 36.-Miss uucbiy of Patchogue, L he formera purtmen; and the latter a junior in the school, were drowned wbil katinjc on the river about two from city. Their bodies Knve not yet ecovered. an? P and P. FUtk nee, IN milts-Squanderer 1, EblisI With race, H mile- Jack Bow light snow here today. Shot Himnclr Drad. NEW YORK, Dec. 26.-A man who is upposed to be Henry Ernst committed uicide in Union square last, jiight by hooting himself. He died within twenty mutes at the New York hospital. From apers found in his possession he was at ne time in the Prussian infantry. Train Wrecker Commute.! to NEW ORLEANS, Dec. SW.-A Woodville, Miss., special says: The preliminary hearl ng in the case of S. A. Bradford, the ram wrecker, was concluded Wednesday iUS8K to in default of (13.000 bail to await trial. ASK FOB VAN take no other. goods. I high masses the choir rendered authorities are mann's Maeein F much disturbed by the discovery that the Misi x. D6Wly repeating rifle has been stolen from the colonel's quarters at Munster. It hi feared that it will be sold by the thief to the French foKgy cold. The papers published the usual amount of genial and froaty articles .sup- posed to be appropriate to the day alori- fying the traditional observances of the British Christmas, and appealing toerery- body to remember the poor while enjoy- ing the bounties of providence .il'8 w'th the thaw The Jardin des Plantes had to bf closed for two nights on account of the melting ice forming a quagmire Kyraud, the Parisian strangler -con demned to death, i, still beTDg granted a new trial. Gabrielle Bompard his companion in crime, is not at all cast twenty yettr8' sentence. It is probable that she will be released after sei-Ting ten years' time. She will then be still comparatively young. The Scotch railway companies have abandoned all idea of a settlement with their strikmg employes and are makine efforts, thus far with poor success, to ob- tain English workmen for their places. The strikers deny any share hi the wreck- ing of trains and in other outrages that have been charged against them. Service has been partially resumed between Glas- gow and Edinburgh, and the mails are forwarded with some regularity There is still, however, a virtual embargo on traffic and trade and commerce are para- lyzed by sea and land. The sugar refln eries at Greenock are closed, while thous- ands of tons of refined sugar are awaiting steam transportation to England, which cannot be provided for lack of a coal sup- ply. ihe Clyde ship yards are alsoclosed as there is no coal for the forges and furl naruaa _ IUL- At tmth Batt- very creditably and Amelia Miller sang the solo part in the "Adeste Sunday being the feast of the Holy Innocent Children, a special feast will be given to those children of St. George's School who are members of the Jeeus, Infancy of A Fire on ClirUtiuiu Eve. Fire was discovered on Wednesday evening in the dwelling at No. 146 Smith street, occupied by Mic'mel Pntz. and owned by Charles Dettmer. It wa. eeenbyr.ee Smith, who ia a neighbor, and his brother Mat Smith ran up to the D. A. V. P. shop to give the alarm The shop was locked, but the engine whistle was blown, and the boy then ran down to Ririer's Hotel, where the alarm was sent in. The family OCCUDV- ing the house were all down town. They There were ina.iy triliuies of flowars, as would be eipacted. Among them were calla lilhes from ihe 1 societies and from the Epwou.i League of Ihe Methodist ties to which be belonged-and a pillow of roses and links, inscribed with "At from his associates in the Locomotive Works. On Sunday morning and evening next. Morrison I. Swift ill speak in the Guy Hall, upon the following subjects: 1. "Tie Old and the New Life." 2. "What can an individual do toward the New Mr Swift has been c mnected with the University m'tit, Forsyth atreet. New York, ami in a-imilar social enterprise in Philadel- phia. In these eflurta in behalf of the poorer classes educated j oung men, par- ticularly the graduates of collesre and university, in order to work for The beet advance, indenlify themselves with those whom they serve, living among them and giving of time, strength and education. Instead of reaching 'lowntheygo in equal and brotherly way nmons those whom they would help, The work strongly resembles lliit of the Toynbee Hall enterprise in East Loudon. Mr. Swift is a writer of die- was born in Ireland furty-flve years aeo, mid came to this country in early child- hood When H young man he went to California where he taught school. Of 11 deeply religious mind, he entcied the Congregation or Order of the Passion- ists m and WHS ordained as a P'iest in 1870. His superior ability as a preacher, united with ripe scholarship, soon brought him into prominence in the older -vilh which he become an ac- tive member, and he was soon culled to fill impurtiiiu i.mcea. After been elected MH the rector in BiMmore, he wHssoon after to (ill this tamo po- -iliou in Wi-si llnboken WH9 lllcn elected n- "Cmisuhor is tbe highest .11 position of the onlei iu the Untied Stales anil Mexico This position H.I well and accept- ably filled us Lo lead to his unanimous re election, at lue Chapter held iu August lfc'90 Kalhor Benedict took jrreat interest iu the order -sub- lulled in this city, and it was mainly through his tliat the recent and extensive addition was made to St Mary's Retreat iu ourmiJst; liltlr think- ing at the limp of us dedication, that his death would 'IK me flrst that would line place wiluin Us left two brothers living in California and two sisters io New Htmi.shire. who have beeu notified by telegraph of the sad event. Father Benedict, had become quite well known to many of onr held in the highest had met Li n, Ue' seitnun on Sunday 30lh. to a large congregation in Si, Miry'i hurch, and it was particularly able im- piessive. His condition from day to day. as given in the OBSEIIVBK. had prepared the tniads of most of his friends for tho change that seemed so many advantages gained at this home make him more and more attached to it every year. Here ia the Biggest end most complete Stock of toys and Children's Presents that you'll see anywhere: Mechanical Toys and Engines, Dolls and tolls' Furniture, Carts, Wagons, Sleighs, Toboggais, Do I Carriages, Cradles, Trunks and Bedroom Sets, Guns, Drums, Games, Plush Goods, Toilet Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Rocking Horses, Rocking Chairs, The most Superb Line of Silk and Linen Fancy Handkerchiefs and Mufflers forLali isa-d Gentlemen. FancyBiskets Albums and Sc-ap Books, Jewelryl Ribbons, Etc. Ming 'owden citizens, arid wus regard by all who preached his laat evening. November The Official Beports of the United States Government, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, New Jersey Commission, 1889, Ohio Food Commission, 1887, prove that Cleveland's is THE STRONGEST of all the cream of tartaz baking powders. ODli? Whatever tbell i, be avoided M Injurieui, SALYER The Tailor HAS ADDED A COMPLETE LINE OF tinction and a most thinker and student, at o'clock. earnest practical Evening service Funaral Notlcei had some wood in the oven, and it got The ghow no sign of afire and sparks fell on the sittingrcom carpet and burned through tbe floor into the cellar. The room was badly damaged with its contents, and other rooms and furniture were hurt with water. The house were insured for HI with Wiil'am Zimmermann and the furniture with Van Buren Son for A. H.Libbywas interested in the ownership of the house. o weakening, although the supply of funds Is not sufficient to prevent privation among them. Their applications to the The nnniber of men now out is estima- ted at The North British railway almost entirely suspended operations Two engineers who continued at work were stoned by strikers yesterday near this city, and were badly injured. Their have been numerous CHSBS of legs serious as- saults up.m men who remained at work or non-union men who have taken the place ot strikers. The Glasgow docks have been closed on account of the strike ihe supply of coal for the gas works at Perth is almost exhausted, and it is 'eared that the city will be left in dark- ness because of the impossibility of ob- taining a renewed stoqk of fuel. Advices from Capetown state that the Portuguese an intriguing; to pursuatle he Matabeles to attack the British set- lers in Mashonland, and King Logenbul has much difficulty in restraining his ounger men from assailing the whites The terrible plague of diphtheria in ia has already destroyed hundreds of hildren, and in many instances parents re permitting their offspring to die with- ut medical aid, having lost all faith in ne A dispatch from Shanghai states that the savage tribes of Formosa have again ont m rebellion against the Chi- 8M, authority on tae island, and gained tbe Imperial troops. A --.plain and several soldiers savages were-afterward beheaded near the A religious sect known as the True Children of God has sprung up at Franklin.The members will drink hing but water, wear DO headwear, and play no instrument. They claim that the end of tbe world will soon come Revival meetings are in progress. A reporter of the Warren Mirror visit- ed the express- oihce this week and found that an immense number of jugs filled with wine sad liquor had been imported for Christ.n as festivities. Many jugs mean many jags, A chicken thief at Bristol has been captured in this way: A button w s found in a chicken roost, and the chief of police found others to match it on the coat of a man who was found selling chickens in the market. There is great demand for men and teams in the Pennsylvania lumber dig trict. A lumberman was in Clean late- ly for the purpose of engaging thirty teams. The Butler Evenins Herald announce ed with its 183d issue. Saturday even- ing, that it would thiow up the sponge and retire. The weekly will continue. Last week fire broke out in the board- ing house of a lumber camp in Potter county, Pa. Five men were terribly burned and one child died from its in- juries. A woman and several children were compelled to walk with bare feet two miles through the snow to find shelter. Died, December 24th in New York oity.PrederiokUanselraann.aued twenty. six years. The remain, will be brought to this city for interment, arriving tomorrow morning. The here young man was a son of Itfr, Frederick Hanselmann of No. 12 Genet street. He was former h' an employe of tbe Brooks Locomo- tive Works. For the lust Qve yeara he had found employment in several places being in New York city for the past two will be given here- Notice of funeral after. A dispatch from Wellsville annoum t .surely approaching, but his death caused general gloom and sorrow throughout the city. The announcement of his death by Father John, at the Christinas in at Mary's churcb on Tuuie- (lny morning, was beard with the most i'ltense feeling of pain and sorrow, which was manifested by the uncon- irollable weeping throughout the large assemblage, aod the inability of the grief-airicKen rector to proceed with his remarks. Ilia body wai embalmed, and prepared in the plainest possible man- ner for burial, on Christmas day. The funeral services were bald at St. Mary's cburcli this morning They were the 8ei vices used for a Catholic priest. Psalms were chanted before the solemn mass, which was celebrated by his sue. essorin office, the Very Rev Thomas CALL AND EXAMINE. 226 CENTRAL AVJB. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT coniluoicii lor meliorate Keen. Infori Ailvica) and Bpuoinl Mnt on r .announce Io public' iu jrciiurnl, mid umr, tnni hu bun puicliuec.1 MII-.HIS ;n iinrllc- I. ml. ling of the luturc. lie, pectlully. 'O. A. HUHISKE. O'Connor. Father Peter was deic.m. the death of Mrs. ofF. D Fordice, at The fum-ral will be on p. m. Died, December 2G a. m. 1mm Bope, age 57 years and 19 Kuneral on Monday afternoon German St. John's church. Fordice, wife this morninir. Saturday at 2 Wll- day-. from and Father Albert waa subdeacon, and Prey, pastor of the church of the Sacred Heart, was muster of ceremonies. The pull bearers were John O llohcrty Peter J. Mulhollaml. MaMignn! Michael ,1. F. Frank May. The reim-ins were ta- ken to the chinch al nine o'clock, and remained in the church, with candles on eilliei side, until to S250 IVrsnim pi-errm-d luriiwh HinlKivc tlu-ir whole nine to the ImmnoM. Jliui-e Mininmm pmlltiibly omulovod also. A trve vncnnniun in kiwiu unit cilicn. II. K. .John-mil ft Co. i.Wo MHIII-.U. We have thelargent assort- nt of Patent Leather Shoes m plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If i you want a nice-fitting audi stylish shoe, try a pair of this' make. Yon will like them. d HO as to yield ten per Our GENTS' Calf, cent per annum. Capital can bnoe in Button and Congress, withdrawn at any time. IDLE MONEY or narrow tor the been of- lighied train-time, Mm. Sperra'n Hop Mrs. Spsrra gave her Christ i as hop for pupils and friends at Industrial Hall last night. Her holiday parly has been among tbe pleasantest affaire of the season, each winter, and this year its pleasure and success seemed greater than ever before. There were about one hundred and fifty present. The music was delightful, and the party was in every way a pleasant success. To-Day's Received orerO. K. Tnrner'R Stock Wire Wheat, Open. High Corn. May........ .55 Onts. Stay---------.43% .44 Pork. 1117 10.92 OiL 11.05 ,69 Four or five stores in Bradford were entered by burglars Saturday night, but only about secured. The thieves are supposed to be Bradford boys. for all who to lake their last view of him There were visitor-i. The remains were taken by ihe Erie Railway, m for his home in West Iloboken. accompanied bv his successor in office, ihe Uerereud KaiherThoinasOVoiinorjamlbv ib rec tor of St. Marys Retreat city, the R.'V Fuller John Bapiist; also brother D.-minirk Voble. who was bis nurse while ai. k AUhrHlmii pure m i niled gentleman tt superior intellect, has tone to his flual reward. Appraising. Land Con.lemiied by the Rail, road. The appraising of lands wanted by the Silver Creek and Dunkirk Ra'lroad Company begun today. The com. pany has instituted four suits, against James McAndrus, A B.EImore, William H. Davis and William Smith. The land has already been condemned in the Su- preme Court. The appraisers, Messrs. E. R. Bootey of Jamestown and Albert H Hayward and Henry Hal! of Frcdo- nia met at the office of the Hon. C, D. Murray this morning, took the oath.and left at one o'clock this afternoon to apect the lands. The cases will be con- tinued until disposed of. D. H. 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