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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 16, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., MOND.VY, DECEMBER B HtPHESENTATirE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. I.I I IX' MVCHINK for rilling 11 HI i  ul llaltiett a BJICC ally SltU-rt j 1 b fur sunshine except lot ItlJlllllKltN JONK8, T.c JA 75 K ThlrdsL.cor Deer i 2T Salt and Sausiigts, Ojstus an  Frank K SUtuf H.I I- llnnl at. Merchant Tailor, 316 Central Atinue diiii mill Bur- Annul, Rl I'll, M I) pin s (lion Ollliu 2r> Central I-.JOH 8 drug stoic OIlUi I jure I to I'l a to 4 llinl 7 to I) p in Siimliiv 0 to 10 0 n n UiHi'eiHO, Lcitn AVUMIL ictiplioiiL all, M Cul b 111 tj be k (I at I drug itoro mUitoi diiKiinl Hill be imjinplK dc- iiveixd an I mlc I t ut> Ltntrjil avenue. u i t iU and retail dealer in In .orted anil t tuna, (jlatwware, Ac. VKIUS, 221 Central Ave OLII In a Lift, and i-ne "K niHiirc lie in the I'.cjil bctJiUi Agtul tx uau, 1 ou -tin t........... J. 1 III KilON tn ttan 'itl fin n o-it on I NIII rtiirrnnli 1 I I- NKY NiiriMinin U I itt ItiK k limy r. N OIH I I U( [I ndv ik pn mHi n VdMIL anilHlLllllllftlLllIt lit Ml It jlKSt c II VLTAl I1OTKI.. per ituy an I i i nlniK btubit in cointectiun ictor Unlui, S-W antl L.IOU ,11V 1IVKBK I HHOP Chns Nagtc. L'rup. I i iir I ake Shore NAtiotia) Bank, rornui t, r anl Third ttrtelti A line stotk ot n tiiiil I'omeutic .guru SON, JSn center strett, irnctual shoeis atUiition to 1 dhucuicf rom' ji tr LtiiiK tiorsts a specialty L) I NKIKK KVKNINO Kit. Uiuly in the County An unequalled advertising medium D I NKIKK ENUINEKIUNG toripcrlj Popple of Itoilers, Pullcj1- StinHing Hangers, ew. 1'attoruii. CArfUugB. and Muctunu Work to onier. DUNKIRK SHIKT CO., XXI, 205 and 24' Center street ttiiora ol llu Cromvrell" ami k" pcrJct-l llttiiii DrtBH Sliirts. On in all i< udmg (miittihing olothmg and   U uiaea in OunVtrk, MOEERN DISCOVBEY Ti iuiniili of riiiirin.ic.t. 1 III. o 1> truL pr H.IK Al Of I IKK AMI 111 Al, I 11 llu DDNKIKK CANDY U'OItKS, M K 1 hint atieet MamifKcturci of Pure Home Maile CamUes- freabevu> M. Loeb DV. TOOMKY, 4M am 11 I1 luur, t r i in ILT tl e li 1 ot 1 Lie I M i-. Vf r I c ft tt-, i wjrst. t i in the i lur wlin.li tin ire t ikcn hu jrin Hitlers It n r tmiii, n m rUii vrithoul itart olli H ivithotit pnUon, it touii without purt lit; and ull i, lift hintuitivi .vlthottt alcohol 1 In. o H m-tt e tin )out_rs Ju thf vtoild. A INI HI I H 1 fif'.iirpi sinj> ilc MMi, met es, unijjoratti a d r ilates stum nuint n sccr ti n xcrttion r spirit and ill the fun t ons whrrihv lit is in tint hit-rail v tike it in It is ii t too much to t scrt th il th  In order to m ct every p obnfo e dtm ind, two forniutds ot the s un irt now pu up THK OLD SIHffe IS HIHOKOHl HLIOUlIiY BIlTfc.Il M011K II M TIC CASE OF JURY "FIX1XG." HAT IS THE WAY THE CRONIN CASE LOOKS AT PRESENT whn Culver Holding: Out Afj ilnst the of Ilia Klevoii llrolher Jury- S.iyxllo is u "Dot erml no.l Hopeful How B Juror Wan Approached Doc 10 jury in the i onm nso Las tabbed the night in its room It tanilb just w hero it was on the first ballot Yiday to 1 In favoi of tho convir ion of nil the defendants The rocnjf itiant in or Jolin Culvor, who would not have a ford to say to his associates HatunJay, un Bended fui enough to diit some 'ortions of the ovidenc-e, but no ballot w is aken Judge McConnell cnme in from his ebidbnca at Lakeviaw at 4 o'clock yeHteuluy .ml waited until 0, whun recoiving no word rom the jury 100111 he declaied tbe court ad OUIIUM! until 10 o'cloc k this morning Groups 'f people hung around the three si !es of the minimi court bull Ung thiougt out the day and evening and inlnlgfd in nome atrotiR u.lk coiiccrninfj; Culvtr tin eats of lynchinn; ii case ho hung the juiy being frtfl) made Out in the aristocratic suburb of wheie ha residoa tlio oxcittineut was intense luring the day The ban heir UKUU! rornulenicnt of wot shippers and ,he siibuibfiniles 1 in K'oup on the atieot, or vii.ted ut eadi otiieiN to la nounco the j o uliaracti nsof thru All sorts of i umors coin 01 ninp thn niotivo 'or s position unrent, and it H jroadly iiiHinuated In mine tlian of morning pajwrs that he has been fixed" in a Inancial Culver is a sti n t ohm h member ami a labld prohibitioiiHt an 1 n all his sparo time during the t rial b >th in Ihe ton 11 i oom and at the hi t  ci urt room ou Fi iduy uftornoon wife, thi ongh tlio of the bailiffs managed to leach his hi lo and thu two Indulged in a whispered converaation, tasting two 01 thiee minutes nttoi noy Longenukor and his ns e still hojwf ul of a fiu (ji nhlo ui die t Judfjo McCcninell visited thu jmy room before leaving for home, but would snv nothing rognrding tho prospects Am nig the court ollieia.f whom he subsequently rim .ncl tnlksd with, however, a hapoful feeling rooms to prevail Tlie jury, if it faiJa txj agree to day, will be again hx ked up, as the has declnroJ that he will thorn a weok frtm Fudiv m whith to u LI diet Shoiil 1 thoi e be a dn- ajrrudiieiit an! a mistrial the states attorney will at OIHB mine for a spteia! vr and a ne( ond tual will bo Inauguiattd lay H H JUHV BRIRPRS1 C VSKS The Tnbuiif '-ays In r-uso of ft flisagree ment of tha Ci oiuii jury com oftlieilo fenM.i will bo to ask t >i a change of and I know such an oflVr to Mr C ulver would be ths first to it publn MAT Jn an intei v low Mis Culver sail 'Olr ulver H v ry dctcrmimd If he tbcjught be wa.4 he would be burned at tho stake bof Me bononld in If they attempt to bronl eat linn or to rou0h to him ho n ill simply get off in one corner a0l bo more Ui mine 1 than over exjirnsses tho general sentiment in Pvtttiston wl t re lives, and wher? most JH ople consider him ol stinate strong litttdiMl un t tie veiy ojtposiite of a i jur r A BID FOR POPULARITY. LORD CHURCHILL'S EIGHT-HOUR SENTIMENTS SO CONSTRUED A LEPtR IN COURT UN Appi irtnro Snmtiont CRIIKK for IIU Drtfiition Vr Lot is UL If. Binnnan a Ippei ir at' la ne in tho mt court btcnnati i fi it ndi hu I pctiti f ir a writ of c ji pus in wl n h it alleged that Kieniuin wns ustrui c 1 of his libeity by CjriMji g I bealih c MTimisBi >ner in Quaiuntiiu til St cruiity, and oon leiiiin 1 as a lo] PI ua ted with tt nuiligTiit t and contagious dis ease Mi Slwun   wits K unit, t of h H i ty w itliout caii'w A writ w IK askul an I Dudley was or i to proiliK Biennnn nicouit thoujrht Or Pudlev 01 Mr Hlovm w >u i 1 bi ing iJiinnan into court, but would Mrnj ly tlie case on tiio fa n the north M K of tlm ourt i oom a pitl dilo obj it h to and blue patches H( outlim 1 on Ins f ar (in 1 in i k an 1 Hr Ola.lntonn Was Too Dincri-rt to Com- mit Tutning Point RuHChrd In tlie Tabor MPMDII Ilian Striken Llkfly to be Remirtrd To. The llerllii TON DON D c 10- ill's rej Iv to the -Lnrd Randolph Church Ayrshire miners, who Inn 1-. fit n Ihf ft e WHS ht t< rwaui 1m U OHM ar In n pftni n an I oniiM i t ull ubt an t to bo at would b in ji p udj 1 IK v 1 a 1 no s JOIK r n p till m tli ui Tu Vallmnt i mtiii lii innan 1 lie oui t d tho KK m lu hastily a Ij >ui ntd A HUH of rmxl YOHK: Dec Hi (j SteenUen a prominent busiiim niiin of BH oklyn le- (mvod a telegram frum Deintr >1 ou t nnnovint thi doath of his brother- ill law, A JIisoli )ir, who wet.t to that citj in ISovembfi hut for hn health HIM.! olT" f uher, who lives in Charleston, S (_' receive 1 u like dispatch an 1 nt hla ry ,t Sh Sti_i nk n nt at once to DLIIVCI 1 there Dn 0 an I found young liist 1) IV ahva 'I ho identity of the sender of the fuU dispntrhps rannob bo disroverel '1 he oung in in's fitlier at C ImrlBston con to i ctve fiispat, lies by John sought his on the eight hour question, i-. regaided Qb a more personal bid for popu lanty urn ing tho masses and not as indicat- ing the attitu le of the arbtori aric party m the house of commons, should tbe matter tvcr cotnft to a vote J ord Randolph com- mit s him-ielf m fuvor of surh a measure, an i luie w tli hw former occasional this t.1 n the rolp of n f i lend of tbe iseH >et f ti some reason which pro! ibly no one coul 1 explain his uttor do nnt gain him the popularity which nppearaiu poc ir i THE WEEK IN CONGRESS. Sponker Excellent on Program Deo ore just two things certniii in the piograin of congress foi tho coming house and senate will paw res ihitlons authorizing tho pay ment of the employes bt'foro the holidays for their work for tho month of DonMiibei and the two houses will puss a concunent resolu tion foi tht a Ijourniuent of congress probably from Dec 19 to Jan (I for a rocesH these is all cud.y on the table of thu pi evident of thu senate and unites some unexpected business comes bo fore the two houses, or either of tlimn au Rtlj nment for the holidays will lw ha I oil Thursday next MR llh.KD's OOOD WORK Tbe house of mpreseritaiivtM can afford to take ti -it this becuntM it has ulroady uccoinphshBd much more than was expected It befoie tho holiday seaHon tipeafcer Rued has sui prned ami delighted older mem- bers of the house who have bmm so long to postponing orgonization until he evidi ntly swks bj than Home men are holiday ieasou wns by tha appoint- ment of the most imporla it committees, and even at this eai ly date, Hpeuilation is rife aa to [KJBiUve curly ftUjom iimtnit of congress for the s.ay in July next The will gee moie actively to work than the house during tha week Work has i a little ui tho houso bocausw the itmintittiis had not boen re organized and until this work lias been done en at >r s did not cam to go nh< ad w iMi t he consideration of routine busimss 'Io-day tbe Deiuoci atic cuut us will delei mine jnment of Democratic senators to empty coiumitteu plnxis and when the botmte meets the ie-oiganiKution will be effected nnd tho wuate will bu ready for woi k A DKBA1K ON T1I1C RACIE QUESTIOV Not much can bo aoootnpltshed, though, this week Thw most inteiostmg fiaturo of tho pro m the Houtliai u It is on the table to be takoo up whenpvor tha sfit atoi from Soufh Carolina w pi opui txl on the subject. Hanator Uutlar has given no notice of an intention to addio-.a ttm SLiiate at any parllcuhu timo, and hu la in fact mined whon he will but it is not u iprobable thut he will take the mat i up some day tbia week If ho does Son toi Ingulls, who bits boon propni ing tntitei al f ii tha OLCHMOU will io] ly to him nnd an in dubute miiy bo thut w 11 puck the galleries of tho senate THK ADMISSIOV Qf 1KR11JTOHIP9 The senate comnMttoe on U n itoi iws, of whuii Senator 1'latL IH chaiimun, will hoid A meeting to-day to hour arguments of the del- egates fiom Idaho and Wyonmgon the bills to admit these two teuitoiios to tho Union 'Iheio is evidently un mti ntion on Lho p n I of the lomimiteo to bi ing the iniittHi befoio the senute at an eai ly lato, but it will not come taken and Churchill has the political niisfoituiitt to have got himself into this cl alsu failei, apparently, to (hit the miners di i not are whether hew (is f or against proposal fora shoi diiv 1 hpii objiot in addressing public men is as mix h a mischievous a si 11 nis OMP 1 ha li i U of tlio lubor move irmnts delight in nothing more than in forc- ing the Itttdi is of thi> political parties to commit thcrnsolvps Air Gladstone wta too old a hiri to be caiiKlit with this chaff, and hu response to the nnneis is a model of how not to commit onesolf on a point thut may have uwkwnid cjnon e THE WOHKHtS1 FAILURR 1 he gns strikers made n sorry mem of their attempt to fone the companies to their vuw4 of the wage question Whether their s t jut certain, but the gen- 01 al belief ih that au h is tho case and that a n IK ti >n rn ij now be looked for toward hni di i Ittu s f >r tho wot king classes The 3UM.1 Will IV I-U 1 JI II UlliUmH (JI UJ 1 I II i i flskniff what deposition he shall sinootliu county on of loca pn HI f i nitikt of li-! son's bi Jj J he family think tee Ihis will bo itbiMttMl But the J f. dice mil be piotetdHl vtitb at nil Ibe jdiy bi ibcis' cnsts will be c illod Mnn lay and that tlio ftII u s nt tlie with the nit IH y trom Hiscboit s Iliir I Bt uor of UulTalo li LMU WHLFK'S NEW STORK, 103 E it idbt Mitrtttal In- t m-> v! n y laming t J H fliat lUbd booL nt i.o-jke tt dlVCialt> ri.l uf HI M li.mw; iatt8 hv lu IK TK intinp C omjmiu, 1 10 1 cc- id bt Tin MJ.W in 10 IIIB TAML AM) AD VITLO J O DM I t Al h OML.N CILI1 Dltb.N K rhtti is no tllwage of low t 'tbih v of (uiit-UoLis, or nervous rosu ition fur whiLh MNEdVUBIHUlS IS IsO T C Mt M I 1 i ml its singular power ov r the lowtr reiultrs it (hi, unpUtab t, foe of THK DhtDLY MH HO AM) OMMI Kl MFM III V d  kri, consuin, ti in trniulis us s, and so grc i its j i-. rmiculc th it i is an 01 t lo it iimjorltv j II VN UUKIJJ A stON, Km> i) in 1 iifntnl insuncse I! 1 1 Atl'l P it. i mi 1 1 iiip o irt of ircpiftj itk' t ilii Cenicr St.. ind lloor. IJOLS 1'lLiKMAli, JW Central AYIUUC Lilc, collect all r Paints Oils, J. 2W U-tcr street, M inufactiiitr ami   SCHOLTKS, 17 East Thin! street. a-hu nnb'e Tailor. n en wilt find it to tneir a (vantage to call on me be foi o pun hwemg tlsewhert I) B. CAKY A CO sis Lion street. uencxal Hardwarc.White 1 cad.OllsPalnter's Oil Clothb, Grnii Ware A special ty, bhervrn. Pa r land Monroe ranpc 1> 1 1 t Mich (is blank-books, ledgers, ar J iuddot blanks itonu at Dunkirk 1'nnting Compa'n, 8 10 t SOtOhrt -vt. RCDOLJPH MOLUEN1LVUEK, Cor. Third anil Buffalo StB in Granite, Marble, Flagging ami Building Stone. Call on me buying your side-walk Tt ISLES XV anil 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, B-andlos. General Liquor Store lor Family Use ROBERT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot Boarding, Sale, teed and Lirery Stable Sibling by the day or week on reasooatile tsrms. A hook c m tl ht, writti 11 01 her J 0111 ili I is onU aUinupon eating develonnieufs ui a expected cially lation to Johnny Oiahani 'E J Mc- Ardlo cleikin AJexandor Sullivan's will be one of the principal witnesses against Graham said Jadgo LongnecUer e wlJl break up this jur% fixing business as HIII E ly fib wo will convict tlie Cronm munleiei V he audtd with emphasis. IN PA1NFLL A morning paper says "It was evident that the suspense was tellinE: ily on the Cronm suspects baturdav seemed to an idea tLiat his fato waa tremhhns in the balance and that his case was the cause of the long delay His efforts to conceal his emotions were heroic. Kunze maintained hig oaieloss dtiineanoi, apparently believing that whatever the vordict bit. life was in no Coiigblm's faco waa a sealed book. He grow moie aullen soui and taciturn as tbe hours passed Burke was stoli 1 bujli rupped ia "When the news of the adjournment till Sunday morning received there was a slight Hf.iiig of tho tension and tho pi tsouers retned to tlieir bunks WHY MB KEXNEDT WITHDREW A special d.spatch to The Heiald from Mil waukee saytj Senator Kennedy tbo man who waa Burko's original counsel and with drew fiom the casa at a oiitical point In trial, Is watching the result; with intense in terest "That jury is said be, whon told that no agreement had been arrived at "It is all be continued, "to think jur> quibbling aver such a slight Ihmg as twm of imprisonment for one of thtt defendants Such differences of opinion iu a jury room are soon settled after a pris- oner is found guilty Let me tell you that not one of the defendants has been found guilty by that jury Theie are eleven for the con vlction of all of them and one who will foi a week for acquittal Who the man is I hhVBu't the slightest idea I did not with draw fiom tho case because I thought the jury d by MAM Ala D c 16 >tnr lingo, H small stution fifty nuloa east of ht 10, on the Georgia riihoa i, Miss Betty THIC LSECKTIF DIDN'T FIT HTV Tbe Timen says Jin or Chniles C dniincd his ovc Dix a cont nt the wnlumg along the ti tick when slit) disi t that tbt) spikes Imd been an I Q ri I m e 1 Just ns she inn le tho disc t ry Miss Ijtnmons hoanl tho roar of an api i out lung passenger tiam, which ng at 1 igh spend Slio knew the train would be wrecked if slie did not stop it, and bhe did not b -itute an imtimt She w ore n red flannt.1 jiuttu uit, arid hastily teir inj; tt if ran toward tlie train, waging tht garment across tho track The cngaiee biiw the signal in time to stop tbe train hon Iho passengers leainM of their i.ai tow es thtj at once made picsonted it to boi and Miss coolness, p a handiume t> and A Town CDLLMHLS U Dec If) Botweon It and U c clock 4itui lay night fiie hioke out m ISC.MI Cai 1 sh O destroying almost tha en tue n It st tiite I in drug stoie and tend lapi liy were di Iho buildings dtstrojed g fitoi e Lou nan's boot mi 1 shoe lionsp (hi 1st hi others1 block, Odd bellows bio k and several olhpr stores, buildings and i evidences The Isew Curhtle fiiQbUamer gave out and they sent word to bj rmgfleJ 1 foi a d Springhalt! senf one lire sUamtr and hose leel alia 1 700 feet of hose illiana Tsorton of the Spi mgfiel I fiie de- partment while unloading ttw flie steamer, had his HI in smubhod and sovereiy wroiKhod Lobs, S o A SEA CAPTAIN'S STORY )F HOW THE BRAZILIAN REVOLU- TION WAS ACCOMPLISHED. The al the Kmperor'e Overthrow Quietly KeoelTod at Loyal Collector of Cuittoms Threatened Wlt'A of Murders bjr Ordtr of NKW Yons, Dec 16 steamship Hor- roi from Brazil arrived here yesterday She left Rio de Janeiro on Nor. 83 with a cargo to Hi ins in this city and her offi- cers bring uoroe interesting of tbere- tent formation of the Braclltin republic. The Horrox wns at Santof when tba of the deposing of the emperor was Bret an- nounced The inhabitants of the place were astonished when they received the newe and many were inclined to disbelieve it. Tbe re- publicans flooded the place with band bills on which were printed tbe efflclal Informa- tion and also a paragraph requesting tbe peo- ple not to bold any political meetings until latui This movement had Its intended ef- fect nx the situation was accepted by the people without any manifested dissatisfac- tion At Rio Janeiro the Horrox lay two Although everything appeared quiet lion sho arrived thei e Capt. Banning and t ml Ollleoi Black when they went on shore he-aid many rumors which Indicated that tba ponple hud not received tha news of tbe revo- lution with ttmt degree of calmness, tbat chtti ncteneed th. actions of the Inhabitants of Santos RmrusKD TO norr Hig BUTTONS. One man, Oama by name, a collector of i iixloins at that port and o strong ImperiaUtt hold on to the flag of the and to remove from 'i'_ i n. buttons on wh Thrafttt were u collector 1 "ted bitnjalf it a-wi the ERIE STOj u ______ ___ limily ulimlitl tior lu nlllimlt u AM) M W SIM 1 MM CMU I 11 Ihl IN ll'h HOI irF ulMVnuk AtMrt It 1! ItoDON M 1) O .nd if the ills that flerih If heh In, ami that no (jomnHmal hotel preuaiatdiy to beginning _____l.. K, 111...nt it KnitlM r- v o ra h s minrcli to the court ioom Ht p tied his hand in one tbe pockets when erol u parcel A clu-.ei examination dis cosed HII fii.ilope and thisconiamul a letter 01 d (i bran 1 new necktie Iho lot toi WIH dodirPiH of abcirtummg who Mi Dix waa a niin who could b9 boon It staticl that if Us would voto for acquittal there would be pltiuty of "stuff" in it for him and tbat if he wns "in" it lia wtis to wear the necktin which was inclosed Mi Dix plated ths entire matter m Attoinoy LrOngo- Betkei's hands, where it non rests Another Doftuiller KAUDS, Micltt 10 Joltnstou chic f L! i k in the p tynmster's oftice of thp Grand Itipids and Indiana road, loft 25 onuisibly to visit his dy- 1114 fiithi_i in u initiJ i, and has not iet re tuint 1 ition of his shows i sli >i of MM) anil hesidts n number of nttes mdoistd by falkn due Hit 11 upo i tho railroid com pan) nn 1 tin Mn i mat. Transpoitation com pnnj t h" f ui s i f tbo latter passing through J hnstonV hauls Joinistcu 1ms bien dab I hi g in it tl speculation bejocl hi? ELY'S Cream CATARRH s Allayi Tain and lu fUumii atlon. IlifllS till" Restores the of Tiwte an it Smell. TRY UlhlLRl A ptuliole Rjip'ieil into cm h novtril and 18 airr< ice to. ontsHt 1 mail, rcjruttreil fiOcts hi 11KO1 6 Mtuitn eel Nt C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 384 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. A CARD FROM MRS CULVER Snld 9hp Had Notlilne to With Her Olmtliincy. CHICAGO, Dec 16 There was a commo- tion in the C ulvtr household yes eiday the reports in the morning papers that Culver had hod a Mhispeied conversation with her husband pievious to retir Mmcleretl Ills Mistress. OHLKA'SS. Dec 10 A special to The Umic-s Dpmoci from Plaqueniiuo s that buiniois hot and Killeo his para incur, KhoiK botli color'd, Satur dfn n ght went to thn girl s house ur ok the viow that tbe net result of tha present agitation would be to in rease the radicalism of the Liberal pai ty, and to bring about thiough political conces sions a condition moie tolei able for thu "mud sills" of socioty Mnj S rpa Pinto, the P irtuguese exploi BI pieripitnted a quai rol between Kngland j and Portugal on the question which ia to ba tlie dominant power in Central Africa by in- vadmg the ten story claimed to be within tlie Hi sphpre of influence, shooting flown nativns with Gatling guns, English flagi and forci ng treaties upon tho local kings IIo has followed this up by a polite invitation to tho British missionaries in those remote regions to place themselves under the Portuguese protection B-nylaud baa a pe- culiarly OlieigetlC consul near tho disputed territory and it is quite on the cards that fighting will Lave commenced lung befoie either eminent can instiuct its repro sontatives Meanwhile Lord Salisbury is preparing an ultimatum to Portugal He can safely bo stern, for Portugal has no army or navy to hpeak of, little money and less credit As a snt off to these disadvantages, she lia-s pt i le, the surplus of which would sufficient to equip all tjhe nations of the earth, but this doesn't count much when there IB figlitmg to bo done bo Salisbury will brandish tho birch THK BJ-RUV 8CAVDAL Some years ago there was a big sensation In London caused by the arrest of a fashion able procuress named Jeffreys The papers were full of the woman's infamies, and every one supposed she would be sent to penal serv- itude for a long term Public indignation was, therefore, ery great when the criminal proceedings were suddenly and mysteriously dropped and the woman was liberated in nominal recognizances It was an open secret that the woman had threatened give ths world a list of her royal and aribtocratio patrons A similar scandal is now disgust- ing the people of Beihn, but it w 11 prob- ably have a d ffeient ending The Ciimmals are the widow of Chief Mayor and her daughter They were three y em's ngo for keeping a house of ill fame in Wil- holm strabso and for olhpr infamies Mme Hensei Ilka her prototvpe in London, threat- ened to implicate very high people and she was liberated on finding bai' marks, which was furnished by certain wealthy clients who di ended exposure Mmo Hyn-er promptly proceeded to Pans and tho bail was chesi fully forfeited The matter icoently reached the virtuom ears of the young kaiser and he issued instructions that the madame should arrested at the first oppoitumty Very unwisely she went to Brunch, an 1 Belgium out of deference to her powerful neighbor, handed her over to the Berlin police The madaraa is furious and many well known citizens are in despair at the prospect of a public trial DR TALMAGE'S JOOBXFT Dr Talmage of tho Brooklyn Tabernaclfl Is having a large an 1 pleasing m the He has had interviews with Tr r o( n >f tV i n Jug 'tt) urn i out, removed the objeo ions and gave up the ImpeiltJ up for general didcus-uon until tho ai cover Ihe MMiate t ommittxe on public Ian Is will probably inuku u tuvoitiblti L to the souatt) on tho bill to poi tint sotUois to btmn title to land in town-, und citiea in Oklahoma, and ou tbe bill granting to the siatn of K.an BUS t? nt liuyes milimry vatiou I be former will likely en Hod up and passed tbe end of the the nee for its pussugo m boniu foim bciiitf gouorallj llie house of representativps has very little business before it Iho Silcott roinmittee may make a rciwi t before the end of tho wuk which will the membLH Hoini thing talk about It ia oxpetted that Rood w ill announce sunn- umro com to-tiay, bub he naid that ha had not determined whether to do BO or not Home UMK y appropriation bills will be re- ported to the bouse and probably paasud Trade from Hultlmoro. Dw Kui nesn lino of Btoaaiois one of hnoa Oapt Henulng heard that during one nijjlits Do Qnnrn   of Ilapuhlicaim mirrouuded tha house anil ti to rat Hie to it an wall as to riddle iti inmntOT with bullots Da Qnnia wai not dipiivul uf his onico Quito a number of the men who held office under tha emperor intainud m sninc poaltiom by tha republic On the sorond day of the reyolutlon a chhpatch waa reonived at Rio Janeiro a.....HinuiiK tl-at thpre had bean all uprtaing in Xnhiii, of the Northern proTlnow It wai naid iliat the dispatrli contained the informa- tion that a fight bad taken place between the military and a large mass of the people who rofimwl to believe tha news, and 500 people IHHTI killed Capt Henning said tbat the government at onoe stopped all olpher telegiaphK rommunication, and placed ict wnt< h on all tha ordinary that wore st nt over tbe wires Tha newa of I hu npnsuiK caused a little excitement at Rio nut It was nfterwnrds Riven out that Umro was no truth in the report Whereihe came from wiis not known to th of Horrox Thoy heard it tnlkod of by the flt Rio IMDN'T DO IT BY HAI.VKH Tlio Ropubllcans left no itone untnrnofi to accomplish rhoit puriwsa So complete were thoir 01 rung! nionls that whon the republic wrw nnnouiu ixl nil of the Imperial war vw- leli Mint fur wvotul wouks hs.l been lying In I ha hiirlxn were so lixod that It wai impowi bio for them to participate in any uprMng that miRht have poiwibly occurred The nmn-of wai Nithoroy hod been placed In a Book DepaHnwnt The low on M our 1 i looks have been received with Our Popular Pri Standard plkoa them wit of ill. illustrated Bound Book! 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