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   Piqua Morning Call, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Piqua, Ohio                                VOL. II. 1884. PHIL, J, GATES 00. Are How CLOW At Deckled Bamains All Those Who Desire the BEST CLQIIHfIG In the City Should Call at Once. FROMOUR NATION'S HEAP Com-.'K the of Possible Holi- day Adjournment. .v Inipi.rlniit Itnnn-li NO. 53.. Ulin. TJle Stock and Fixtures will be sold either at retail, or in Bulk. It is no hum- bug for they piopose closing out their entire otock. are offering ELEGANT SUITS TO ORDER at greatly Reduced Figures. Their Stock of Piece Goods is unrivaled Choicest Patterns, and will be made up in-the Latest'Styles. Here is the place for BARGAINS. PHIL. J. GATES CO. TROY and PIQUA. FURNITURE. Lower Than. ICver. Especially Holiday Goods. Such as Chamber Sets, WAHJII.VCTO.V, DPT. liltle for- benrmu'o both Houses ol Congress ran thi'mwlvus fr-mi their awkward wirli refj.-mi to tlni Nnvnl Appro- priation Bill. 'Iho SciintP yielis to the Hi.itso by nliniid nlng r.ll its nin.'ii Irimiiti lo >kl-i to tho iX'L-niistruL'tion '.t? thu IX'avy, bucmuin- tiiin its principle that the appro] rintijms should ba mode ou tlie ot tlio estimates for nn'J not on of If the House on "Woun.viiSay v.-il! wo vo its ta.-iti nn no b-.ipiips-o Ehoiil 1 l.o iraii.S'ictpil till January IWIS-K tin- Senate which is iba bill Uiu il-juso itself jiussacl last se.-s'.ou, an fni-UouK qiu's.'ion raided as to ni'i'seiu-e- of u quorum, Until Houses aut ndj uni iho tho li.mord jircliy evoiily divided. J. XOTES. Tec-. Senate, tn. a manner, bi.U on v- t- hir, mi I uEr.-r im hoar tlius sjcnt Jtr I-iiiJooi i-ned up a out vt tho dead- lock iiiivul rintinn Bill l.y're- p.riinjr, us n sul slitnte [..r tin! Houst) bill sent to tS ri iiiiinmlujt inui-ilnuito ivqiiest. 'i'lw fiyuUii-ru jieo- wiy tlK-ii- proixirtion of tho and tear Hicirylmraof the IniLik-ns Mii.l tii-s of thu Osvi-ninioiit. Tlioy wnul-i liko Ihii.-slian of Its lioiion and eiii ilunieutii, I am perfectly coutente.1 to Jel the trosutcut The Chie ttl Ollieer reports the wrecks several the North Carolina const. he weather Ijad a yerytiish'sea.is Araoiig tlic vessels Is sloop Vim, oC Maiiio, txmiid or JvksmiviUe, Kioriiia; Craini'nll D.'Lyinau, Secottl: As'-iatant Vjfff insti-r Generul, hns his resignation, o take vlTect Vhs 31st inst. Postmaster llattcii lins written Mr. Ijyinan.n cry k-ttor .11 of Llm r.hiiiiy nml the fidelity as ilisplayctl us a public ollU-er. Ftatvil in theso several tlnyi p'n, Mr. Lyiuan lo take a. ;w.-iticin. itti the IK'il Telephone Cymixxuy. Colonel 15. Thnmpsuii, Ueneral ut of tliu Railway JJui' is y Uia t'lxsul.-nt HuucuL1'! Mr, Lytimn, mill ;Iu thut Mr. John Jameson, As.-iisU nt it-jjfc of (lio luiilv.-ay Swvicc, will F.ncL'Ct'il Co-oiiylThoiiivsoiu Tho Court of Ctuitns cumuiem-eil tho onriiik-i'aT.Hni of cO.iiin of th.j n Million agoinsl. Hie States, iu- olving nuuut- ftvo millions of dollars. Tho of thu 'Ji'icnyKry bns 1 a shail be." un-1 emoluments to ..I Ci.il.'llrl-." with i-hi cr.na Tlip Ll -nvnil was present t.. a lu.s-i inndesoiin! to mui-i. Or.-nit mid bhuriilnn, nnd the .lis- I Cienenils WITO un ililo lo l-o pivs- ent. IIL- (Shurni-iii) lirui fniiiinii.-d in-. n.iiU'. vii-wi-.l ill a iiuniy uspL-cts, si-i-.iu.j, from '.S'uw lund Lo iliu IHSI-S I HJ..JII.-.] in Uiu rii-ws of t: 10 North, mid oiurar.l toUu.-llx-.ky Moun- tains to tho Pa.-ilio CiiMit, IWU-LIUI-.I.; ut this vast c.mlitieut hal luvu as n t.i m it IKIU- ti inc.-o Inn I. In the opinion uf llw 17UI was tlio year thai ilia consitrr i-.-a.jy Ixtanu 'I'ac ul' was nn.-r.sly ti si lo the l-'i'Ml I by I'rosi.lt? .t wiio thot lie wished to iln uvurythiljg to bnil I up tho of '.he two coiintiies Thu Commit! m at tiincu KonteinliL-r nn 1 huva visilc-l KPW llnltinioiv. ii'i'l J'V.ini-ts-o. im-tnte-s will ve- ni.-iin h.-ro fur iilmni, two and then sail for L'eulnd Annrrica. PRAYEFl DENIF.D n the of IMittntifr In I', Storey Will _ CHICAGO, Dec. puiLtruvoi-sy over of xhp of jlio Jaio I uz DESPATCH. Tho Despatch says: "TLie temper of the Southern men hora is fully indicate 1 tho views expressnl "tha Kentlrtiivn qimtv-ii. Nowlit-ru is there a fcTospmgdKj-osituJi) :naui- Viut.lli.-y have llio utiiost iMiili lenc.) thatOovernor Cleveland will dr-al with tbeia as ho will dual witb tlia pcopio of any other part of tho ift which England an.I Fnuicu wjmlb I AVilbur R Storoy I this uing tousou-4. ThuUeneril iH-A-tJVJf.-rre.t to thy Knii-herbocker In tho TrobAte Cnurt, in of a motion to iirobftte tho iloL-uincnt of August alleged to be tht, will of ll'fliiur F. Storey. Mrs. NEARINO DEATH. nf of Nftl-roir Dec.' Captain' n-iiues an I ciow of lostschoonor liiids- of Utii pert, havo nrrival. Mun- sl-.iy at 5 o'clock tho lllldeaar la tti n. Icilire olf Cutter. .Maine- The fiist wo ilm-ics thrown over were lost. Tho n st of Tho Ijoals were launched bui the men wi-ro obliged to Imard thi'tu without atlemptinpto save a a -tirlo of clii.Iiinjf, Tln-y o-.x-n li-ft tlu-ir They were forninft-3 in riviclijiig J.-ui I s-ifoly, and in two hours )io schotjiic-r went to pieces. UNNATU3AL tix-ular [iL'i tin- tho nf old r.'gs. Tho rirmSar provides that no rags t lit-su! jtn.-Hton ur Iw.oro January 1st. n or hound din-ytly to the Unili'U In? m the WiJtlcs xtx-ntr "uo.l.ug in wc.uir jr iroin to losir hi-yrft or sul'j.-otc.l to Ue nt-lUiu cunlm.'d r.L-ia Ti-.c Conrti.f Ala! t'huics i-ojtitta.l l.iu- v.f nil ol' tho iiint t-i'af-s fur e'.VDil hy L'or.Uileruto rni'.scrs Icrel uu.to Xu vein oJ. Thu tntnl ju'lsmenU cercrttts t. Nr.'iriv ail ss t JIFPS have iiuv.- iiojn uf, oiihi-r Ci'ii. at-iuat or U'.'jjiuiivuj.-Ji on :ro {joints of law. TUB Court is now r and Plotticr Uvsorl Thvlr Little Jlild. 11. I., De-. A Newport tu theSrar siy.s a sa-i case cuuu tu lijjlit, tit thu jwlice nbvtion last Fri.lny night John Manning nnd his wile left _Xeiv- ui0uu iXijiuinutr nii'i uis Viiu previous rii- xow York deserting "icir tfm llllrw.l-f.iMnn nf iilil rl i clil ilnujjlilcr. Tlio chilil wns luft s'.vc.-t---, not knowing to go, sijciler In chti Iznrd luc In a Icim-ly jinrt of thu inly, where sho slept un.lcr s inii; ioi-ts ami bii.sh-.-s l-'r.duy Kauir.lay nishts, the of ilw yuhf. Sho was s.-nutiiy L-iutiicil iunl skin by ilia mill. Sho wi.l bu rare-.l for by tho i-iiy. Cu.ni., the Oir- rU' J. I-.-IMJ f.'riidtiifa wns rrnil uv. winistK'.Hiin- t'ura .Mrs. U'cltmi, tlif sn-.tlii-r of irniild not buur Ihc i.-: i.f 1'lnj CUKL- wjis Tliu fuut of ulicn lirst citu.! to as 11 vvitnos-i ba ru nsinben-d. civil ami said tlm of tlio S.ju'ili lid nut wnnt civil' war; wi-'n. liosu.1 upon hy thvir IViLsliiugtun __ _ ____ anil if tucro evor was n u-y, tlmt was Em-eka Story presentOvl a petition praying oneuf ics ever "'nt th? will a Unitted to 1'rnlmta. After but the w.-ir f-i-vjurevic.l it ihe the L-uuiitry law au.l frsnjiiiii to every tlpni'.'il tho pt-iiyur of the no. hud foil ;hc with I'orei; n i.-nenii s, tliey ha-l witu ar.J iti i wiU [irobato. caw? they huil victoriom, noir they his reasons for refusing to admit the i could truly siiiE, "Our Country, 'tis of Thee The other res lei to were: "forefathers' ex-Uuvcrn.jr Nlftf nf Rlatnv Ilflrnf. TSL, Dec. '2t -S.ster Tber- at t5t. Mary's Convent, this citvr by General H. Toiler: "Tlie frrnl'.aniut the United States" was .-l Tile cir I.ivra to lU-oi NEW tfAVtN, Do wosi. hoariny in thij city iief-'iv oa an iipplication for n in Ilia of the .-Slate of Co nu'cUcul, vs. Du-lley Hie-.vnrt, of Dc.i .Mumcs. Iowa. on tt- .'i )th of Oettilivr last. -Mary 7. llii-v. s, a six clii; I. ul tlia of lior f.-itlu-r, R..Uin J. K-.'uvi's. Governor VV'ailer rufuKc.il tiiu npiilk-.uiun, deciding tlie "fiither i o lid nut lie an :ib- Uu-.tor, until thi> custody of lite i hiM lui.l lii-eii taken from him by nn or.lcr of liio Court, and Hint hi-ji did so uuJerleg.-il pr.jlcctiu.'i. EXPLODES, The I. juld a i-lasi cases for wur pivinincns C.-nn.-o: for Uiu hcirs-nt-lnw now fear "limy I. whioh, niidi-r thu l.-r.v. can only bj M.-t- ;le.l pro rata nftor Ihe lirst claims aro I, mid (lie indications ;irc ihat thu fund will Ira i- lit in tii.-in fully (itty fiar cent. ,hc amount According to u re'Mn rccoive-1 by tho At- torney General from iln> invc.-i- the or aliuw- nnd ill-trraUm >i.t c.-itiuiit wns In-r by :is, iu tho sitl.j th-y li-.v.! lust HI.KI ini'jorlaiit .Mr. ;ion, BuKirA.v, Due. niDrn- iwsscsijjcr Irnin Nu. SOUTH oV-lix-k .tills ni'.i wltite of C) M R-.lows. Dluik, tilling the isnilucl ;.n-i itn iv c.-.ses siiuisli (I an i it crrK-'cri-y ilcsTnyiil. Twunty f..c; uf brii'li wns inove-l fcinr in.-h'-r. Chit Is ort Two I'oys s-.vitc.l fr-r.it nf tlio br.il ucre tiiroirii lu ibuhircaU met Mr. UJaino. her stiiy in the i tioinil C'jipitnl she contriu-teU u severe cnhU Prnyoi-3 wcra (jiven tor her repov.-ry in CMtholiu Church here Sunday. Klia i.< a fnvurito aiiumj nil here. Her jjlj- ill-mil yivcs licr tip I IltiHul itlurclor. Sliss., Hoc. inp William n r, r.' citizen living npnr ;i., oiillaJ to his door 'n-three negroes, WDII him to icaj a j letter for them. He Imjfnii to rcn i, they llreil on bi-n with revolvers, Kiniinill j fulling ilwul. Thu nntr.lprera then robbe-l house   int.iv than I thlnls uf ijtlr .State's f-x'iiliits nrt- Piirnlturi- I'ncinry B.M.TUi.v.iv. D-o It-.rnitnro fswii'-ry of Graham K Kc.-hfn.iit, on s'.lvot, pnrMaV.y di-s'rtiv-cl by lil'C. l.l-s iiiiiir.iu-o I. Tild of SL-vcra! dain to 'he f.-ii-iory was by water. Captain U'i'.lia'.n Dnuii, nf TnicTt .No. W.3 bally inj.iru by being -k on ilv.- head bv falling Wmls. in BinnEi-or.u, Mo Uec. S3. loi'h-.l iriih pino ilalis Fnpunsid to l-.a an vcfscl, went nsliorf; on Bench v in iw.iilion i hnlf a soulhoiist nf tho lifo savi-.f j ot Biildoforl Pool, during of li'nile.I; iatcs pi-is .ncrs in theBnlFalo on tho Jiultiinoro Ohio li.tilrm.1, wni pass- it will ri'ijuiiv nt least a j linn ot BiiMefor I Pool, during h.ft itcntinry. tliu ;ire witliuut tlio slight- tho long siding near here, tho dining air j Kpt everything in jinrn'i- shni-e nml liimlly nn.l is n totnl wreck.' filia lies buiUmi'up foumiiition inul wcro imj.irtMl by several I two car-! jinnpeil the tr.n-k ami I ojwiicrt, nml thnt vi.-iitnrs slir.nM govern tlieni- with a i of ber RH.I u-inra i-st-i-la-ia h.itel acciiin- j to her. It is supposM all nr day, while were lost. is tilxnit bunion. Found In fanxiJa, DprriioiT. Mich., Pec. James iatns, lawyer and lam! agent of David {jily, Nebrnskfl, xvhn al'S-oivinl in vr last pris-iti-rs nlio harbored malice against the overturnert. Tho dining r-ur caught fin-nml s-'veK j "us entir-ly cuii-iuned Two of its occupants modations can ba ha.l fi Vriejils of Representative Adamf, ot Kew were sev.-roly but in-t seriun-ly burnoil. Scv- excellent bonr.lc.in Ire procui-j.l York, say that in the avent oE his being ten- eral others were more or less bruised. The families at flu a week. (I- ivd Uie of Cominis.-..i'-ner of Fulilio occupant? of ciio were thrown from Wi.ii-lss in iNew York, wbu-b is understood lo their on confujjl mass, but umia bs probable, ho will r, sign his in tho were Ber-cmaly injnro.l. The is eatimatiil Foity-iiinth Congress niu the position. Hi my tllat he A .II f u. accepted the Attorn-y Generalship under Frcsi Clevelan.l. OTCAWA, Out., niwlical nwn Sturle.l mul riixrtl. WOONSOCKET. H. I.. Dec, the ma- chinery t.f tho .Manville Mills was started Ui> after forging iA'.UOO in notes, was urn.sti.-il ai this but only tho imperatives in tho Wmxlmoct, Ontario, at noon to-ilny by S. H. cardinj ninl spinnim; wi.b six Still, an Iowa lawyer. Williams to weavcu of resiHinded, so it, is tUougltt a return extradition jm-.-erj nre pro- uer ot TwL'IClli ami stt tbe efforts to sive it, tho edifice burned to tbo Douscs tbronshvut tho city or at tha homes of ET. Minn., thermojn- Only 10 Cents per Week, honn bi-nncli of countii-aat It) o'clock Satur- DETROIT, IVw. remurtably brilliant ground, entailing a loa ot about OK) var- .etcor was I at Jsckson and the Cal- lially lusurcil. I'icrre, Diikota TurriUiry, ,'ij; Dakota Territory, ai; Mandan, Duiio'.n. Trv rJlory, -10; (Jlendivc, .M.Mitnnii Turrit'iiy, ,lly In I'rto Ucllvcry Tho House mittee on nnj Post Hntes. relatives have nogleclcd to (net to thy Com- Conn., Tha crow of tho schooner of 8t John, Now oltci-s. will reuort favor- Brunswick, wrecked In collision witb ably the. bill extending Iho frco delivery btpamer Bristol, wero broaght In here by lew lo citits of W.aiU inlmbittuMs, and to iiU.e Kayo Fox. The striu-k to- eight ho u: 3 by gr.s K last A ll-lc tho and wilb his fatlur and niot'ier with whom tlio babo ALIUNV, K. Y., Dec Jiarl mnl infant daughter wero suil'iKra'cd by coal A I'.UI-.IUIK! BROOKr.v.v. Deo. .-Tlio ninuial dinner ot EngSnml of this city, !i ,-i been tho Academy of Many tonsts wero rof-pondel to by woll kiKvwn including Cron. T. iShennjtn. Rev. T. DC will Tnlnvige, Hon. Clms. Frmuib Adii'is, Oen. Koraee Porter and-othera. con.iitioii. a altepiiig aro RliVf, but tu critical tri Hoc ChotcrK abated, un.i it is expeetod will bo eindicatod willun a few days Tho (listiwj 1ms bnikoont over tlie river. Overtv Bo.iTox, Mciuorinl services to tlm lato liivhtip Vt'i'.ey. who died in Chum, were lu'kl in (h. Street Methodist Epk- h Uav 4trf niar Brioscpor. cciul Csnircli wu.i nn n.l.lress on his lifo and i chauvvter by I'.ov. Dr. L, U. Timyer. j t'limgdl down to midship gnnj-wny. i Both masts fell and tbo forward portion ut tbo "'a3 Tho ft earner ?l F'sher s IslaiU ia tho rtenouneo tho tlia im tliatn Irnnsportnlfon liyniil Tllu Iiristul wil1 be t-v pain.   

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