Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 2, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer January 2, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., THURSDAY, J ANUARY 2, 1890. NO. 123 B HEI'UNSENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES OK DUNKIRK. NFAV III I IX* 'I U HINK for ruling ti rtH klox** of blank* i« tin* l»U**t audition to >i, < Manu al Department of Dunkirk Printing Company I r.XANIlKKHCoal anil Wood Yani, tim A    ( ^Mitral Avenue* opposite Nickel    i’latr (*-I    All arh<leo of liar*! anil Soft    <k>al, Lumber. Kb I Bg lea ami tatb.    Free TI    (jorreapen lcnoe for wholesale Iota Stetted.     _    _ A HKKN8 * WIN,    _ A    iii    Center street. i rorenea, I'rovta'Hi*. Carnie*! Krill ta, etc, I,, terr flee. Ovcua’ Electric Bread recaived irr«ti every 'lay.    __________ * I rx. M. MANN, Practical Pl u aa ber, Ca* A ’ami Steam    KitU*r.    Special attention f.%n te sanitary Phuulnag. Estimate* given numbing. Gas Kitting Steam lieaUng anil Hot Air Furnaces. ‘27 K. Third street. HK GIFFORD, 2*23 anil ‘225 Central Ave Artinite Photographer. Inataatanoou* Photograph* of    Balao* a    specialty. Sitter* I not wait    for sunshine except for twine*. __    __ ■ »OOR HINUK1C Y—J AM BH IRVING, Pro- I t i.rn tor, No. Hi K. Hoooud airest, near H«f* I* lo street, Dunkirk, N. V. Maga/.iuea, Mu* • r Pa iii pt» let*, rte., taund in alt styles. Orders pi ’iiipil) attended to. All work guaranteeit. . ti IU Ii KIPS CIM KIK KHY ll OC SIC, J ,    3tH    Central Avenue. vt hole sale ami retail dealer in I ■.►oriel and lloiueatie China, Glaswwure, Ae, I (HAS. II. II A HIOS, ‘221 Central Ave. Geu- eral ln*uran««, Life, Acridrnt and k ire. |;< tore traveling insure vour ife iii the old reliable ‘"traveler**." Ileal Fatale Agent, Loans negotiate,! on property. / IMAI TACQCA HOTKL \ ,    Hate*,    $l    |ht    day. I,ivery »"‘l Hoarding Stable in connection. Victor Hider, S35 and JUT Lion street. i (ITV HARBICK SHOP Ii    Chas.    Nagle, Prop., I ii der take Shore National Hank, corner Center and Third street*. A flue stock of Coreign and Domestic cigar*. I (ONKUN A SON, A j    At*    Center street, Practical horseshoe!*. Particular attention paid to interfering home*. Slewing of road II , trotting horse* a specialty. I NKI HK KY HN I NC OHSHIX KIL Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising rn cill urn. I) A SHUCK KNCINKKKINO (OMI'AM. t )    Furtrcrh    isellew    A Popple, .dauufaelurcrs of V.ngunis, Hollers, Pulley*, Shafting Hangers, et**. Patterns, Forging*, Casuugn, and Machine Work loonier. X VINH I HK SII I HT i ii., AH, $U6 and itf. I 9 Center street, Manufacturers of th* “Cromwell” aud “Hunkirk” perfect • tilting Dress shirt*. I in sale in all leading furnishing, clothing aud dry goods house* rn Dunkirk. n UN KUIK CAN HY WOltKM, 8.4 IL Third •beet Manufacturer of Pure I tome Lade Candies— fresh every day.    . M. Loeb, I V V. TttOMKY, IF.    4.14    and    Uti    Lion    street. lu nier iii Flour, Peed, alt, Haled Hay, Phosphates, etc.    .    ___ Established, is,,. KIK HI I TF. L and Dining Saloon, Uniou He|M>t. Kaay access t*» all trams aud bus-* house*. Hest accommodations for Com cial Travelers. _ John J. Murphy, Prop. Mil.KICH * CHL, *4    VT    aud    Db K Tbird street. Kine Furniture, Cabinet Warn and Up-»Uttering. Picture Frauic* made to order. ^ ll. MATT KHON A CHL, DOI Central Av*., Lader* of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters INK kl KIU CANT TAII.OKINC. K. A. Salyer, TA; Center street. ll AKKLI. STK. AYI lit. ATI NC CHL. Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Speedily. H OME NI K A ll LAUN HHY. Our specialties:    Kine    Shirts,    loc;    Collars, ic; Cuff*. 4c, and I Ace curtain*. Free Delivery. A W. Cumming*, HOT Center street. || IL (WWn K. Third sc, cor. of Huffalo. Manufacturer ami dealer in Fine Hoots A Almes. II RN HY W KILE KHI NKW ATOUR. HH K. Kooks, StaUouery, Musieal l»-struments.Magaiines.Daily aud* eekly Paper*, and everything pertaiotng to a first elans tad store, Schoo* Kook* a specialty. J oil PRINTING of every description and at lowest living iales by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and lu E. Aeron*! SC. J Ai * idem ami General lnsniattf Dealers in Ileal testate and (.one*. Pariieular attention l aid to lite Cire of property collecting rents Ae. SIU Center sc, 2nd floor. M th' hoc* PMA KM ACY, HIP Central Avenue Head qua i ter* for Wall Patter l’&.ut*. Oils, Ae. 1>KKK1NM, J. YV.. I    'AIU t enter str»*et. Manufacturer and dealer in I lames*. Sad.! lea, Bridle*, t OI lam, Trunk*,Vt hips, Buffalo Bota*. Horse Co vers. Gloves, Mi lieu* and Sleigh Holies I ) LILY! HI NC. T. tv. Murray, $.17 Lion street. A sv»e ally made of Sanitary Plumbing, team aud Ca* Kitting. Workmanship guar Bleed. 1> BCU GLT! 8 I ,    17 East Third street. Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it to their advantage to Calion me before purchasing elsewhere. I Supper*, Oil C loth*, Cran te Ware. A special-ty>i > It. CAKY St CHL, . _    SDS    Lion    street General Hardware,White I-ead.Oils,Painter’s Sherwiu William* Pa.maud Monroe range. It PUNG, *uch a* blank-ltooka, ledgers, aud VA all kind* of blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second >t Rudolph moi.iiemiai’Ck. Cor. Third and Huflalo Ste., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building intone. Call on ui« befur*; buying your si'le-walk. Ii 1SLF.Y A CHL, 7 ami 9 East Front street Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. ll OKERT MR AY, IV    Lion street, near the depot Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. Reid, J. w., IM Center street Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of first Ola** ‘aakes of Pianos and Farrand A Votey Organa. it CHIM MHH HOU* KH < ontinur*. TC. JONEN. •    75 K. Third at, cor I>eer. KneUor Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat*. Lard, Sausage*, Oysters and Poultry. r|,HE PEOPLE’S DHY GOODS STOKKA ffeyl Mock, Dunkirk; Wood's Block,Fredonia John G. Parlour. W W A TCH Es, JE WEI.HY, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frank F. Htapf. k.1 K. Third st M. YU H K KH, Merchant Tailor, SIA Central Avenue ll T HOI,PH, YI. IL, v>hy*lcian and »ar-IV. geon. Office, 215 Central Avenue, over Lyon's drug sum-. ofMee hours: tt to Hi a. rn,; 2 to 4 and 7 tit 8 p rn.; Sundays, 9UM) Ut IO: to a. rn. Broiden' e, Centra! Avenue. Telephone call, No. 9. Calf* may ta left at Lyon* drug autre, night or day, aud will be promptly deliver! aud attended Ut. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IF vou want a professional gardener and ll »n*t for pruning your tree*, making nice garde.»* and parks, Holland, French or English im*lei. w riU? or call for Yanderinctilen tiro*., 4P2 Canary street, and see w hat they can do. Ct ALRSMKN" Wanted at once. Local or tv Traveling Big Pay. Steady Work. NUtck Vvaminted. Quick selfing 8|te*'ialties Outfit I* it***. Experience Unneceasary, J ah. FL Whit-ALV, Nursyinan, U<M*lie»>ter, N. Y, 2*TODDAHT A CO.. Patent Attorney a. 015 7th Cr St, Washington, DC., opo I’ S. PaU*nt office. Patent*, Caveat* and im Issue* oecunil iTrade .Mark* iegisU*rt*l All PaUmt liUNines* conduct**! for niiMiurate Fee#. Information, Adviee. ami speetal references sent on request. n Elders’ Bool VINEGAR BITTERS «i^AU^K3u^ymyumL3LdCrii^ GHANDEST MODEEN DISCOVEEY Triumph of Pharmacy. The only true practical ELIXIR OF LIEF AMI HEALTH is one that promotes digestion, improves the appetite, cleanses the liver, purifies the b ood, and stimulates brain and nerves without Injurious retsrtion, and erne that may be taken alike bv adult or infant. Profane compounds, made of vile ruin or bad whiskey, sweetened and flavored, under the ti les of bitter*, tonics, Ac., print vice effects far worse than the disease for which they are taken. Y liiegar ltttt**ra la a pure htnlr, a nerv ine without Iteing narcotic, a blood purifier without poison, a liver tonic without purging. and alMtvr all, a life-giving stimulant wit flout alcohol. I he only medicine with iuth pow ers In the world. A GENUINE TLM PKHAN’t’E BE VE HA GE, far surpassing alcohol in any ahape Ss a I wine,arui it aught be called LIQUID MFE, ainee it stimula es, invigorates and regulates digestion, nutrition, secreti >n,rxcretion.respiration, and .til the functions whereby lite is maintained— we literally take it vitality In spoonsful. It i* not tint much to sssert thst the equal of Y’lnegar Hitter* doe* not exist, *nd no counterpart or compound with similar virtues has ever been known. CALIFORNIA, •s remarkable for nothing else.would be immortalized by the production of the medicinal fruits, root* and herbs of which this Ritters is composed. Many of them used by the indians and the medical prof (.-salon in the treatment of chills and fevers, rheumatism, catarrh, consumption, neuralgia, headaches, liver complaint, kidney disease, jaundice, cont. piles, boils, akin diseases, Ac., Ac .too numerous to mention, but easily understood when (he action of the Hitters on the vital functions is remembered. The discovery was partly accidents I but the present I’KltKKUT BUTKUS IS THE RESULT OF SCIENCE. Millions of sufferers have gratefully and gladly endorsed, during the past quarter of a century, the wonderful success of this PHENOMENAL TONIC OF THE WORLD. In order to meet every probable demand, two formulas of the same ingredients are now pu up. THE OLD ATTLE IA ATHON GKK. SLIGHTLY BITTER, AND MOKE CATHARTIC. THE NEW ftTYLK, PLEASANT TO TIII TASTE. AND EXPRESSLY ADAITED TO DELI CATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. KEM KM BKR. There is no disease of low vitality, 'debility of iii ne ti *>oa, or nervous prostration for which VINEGAR BITTERS IS NOT CURATIVE, and its singular power over the lower organisms renders it the implacab.e foe of THE DEADLY MICRO AND OMNIPRESENT BACTERIA in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, inertial diseases, Ate., ana so great is its power as a germicide that it is au UNEQUALLED VERMIFUGE. A book cou'd be written of its virtues, and an Other of testimonials, but it is only necessarv to rem inlier its general action upon the liver, blood, brain a^d nerves,to realize its u»e in a majority of the ills that flesh Is heir to. and that no family should ever he without a bottle of OLD AND NKW ACVLX VINEGAR BITTERN IN THE HOLAK. Send for our Ladies* book. Address k. h. Mcdonald drug po. New York.DON’T    FOEGE! That K. llama doe* repairing of all kmda^uoi as kmvea, a*-i**ora, locka, keys, rev olvers, guns sewing machine*, carfH-t sweepers, clotho wringers, lawn mower*, skates, hand sleds, urn brellas, tiling and setting sa***; in tact man' thing* not hero meiiUohe'L Give him a call, 41 Buffalo street.    WkC. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER 4 IMPORTER. NU MAIN NT.. BUFFALO, N. Y. DEALER IN pom WATCHES tad mil Clocks, Nilvrrwmre, Leather Good*. KG*. ESC RA VI AG, GOLD 4 SIL IKR PLATI SC ^H'FFord, 801 Central Ava. (Up Aa utLisurance anil Beni Es Ute luluraiuw 'J^.’ Ardent, and Lira Stock •ad setting rSTKaaiit*nUOB *,T#0 *° bU3rin* A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. IHF. GLAD NKW YEAR. YESTERDAY’S GLITTERING SCENE AT THE WHITE HOUSE. The Kaln Bore no Terrors for the Thousands of Culler* at the Executive Mansion—Mrs. Harrison, in Deference to Her Slater’* Death, Takes no Pert lo the Festivities. Washington, Jan. 2 —Official Washington n'ctuiiKjd its ni’jst formal (attiring yesterday ami assist**! in the ceremonious exactions which long years of custom have sanctioned as ne*-*tfc»ary to the oljeervance of a New Year. The rain did not discourage the thousand* who olmerve the custom of exchanging calls. Interest centered at the executive mansion where the president and ladies of the cabinet were to receive th«>ee in official and social llfa. The cold, pure whiteness of the exterior of tim mansion was in direct contrast with the scene w ithin. There everything was warmth and brightness. Hindu* twined in and about the great chandeliers and depended from the tofis of tall mirrors and window*. The east room wa* tho only one of the four public roof ti* tl»at secured it* light from the huh. Great ^reading jwUm* and tall rubber plant* were standing In every nook aud corner, while tile mantels were tanked with various plants. Iu the blue room the decoration* knit an additional charm to the beauty of the oval-*haped apartment. The central chandelier aud side light* were shaded with unique effect. The three w I rn low* iu the tack of the room were almost hidden by masses of green. In Hie east room palms aud rubber trees predominated. Under tin mantel* ferns, hyacinths and ice plants were tanked lu the red room where the diplomatic cor j 1* assembled, and iii thegre**u room the decorations were the same, differing only in tile substitutions of flower*. Eleven o’clock was the time set for the reception to begin, but it wa* f»a*t the hour when the diplomatic corps, the members of the marine and international conferences bad assembled. The drtxxle with which the morning opened had turned into rain. Outside the White House a crowd of white-coated coachmen sat on their earring**. In the vestibule of tile mansion the red-coated musicians of the Murine baud were seated ready for the signal to play. At a signal to f’rofessor Housa the (mud struck up “Hail to Ute lh lei," ai a1 those assembled in the corridor outside the blue room saw the presidential party descending the stair*. Leaning on the arm of the president was Mrs. McKee, who took the {Gen of her mother. Mr*. Harris*ut decided uot lo take part iii the reception, ou account of the recent death of her sister, Mr*. Kmtt Lord. Mr*. McKee wore a Martha Washington (Ires* of while armure silk, princess back and train. Following after the president and Mn McKee came the vioe president and Mrs. Merton. Then came Secretary Blaine with Mrs. Stephen Elkina, and after them came the other men 11 Aer* of the ce bi net When the blue room wa* reached the president and Mrs. McKee took their places at the head of the receiving Hue, which was composed of Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Windom, Mix. Miller, Mrs. Wanamaker, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Tracy and Mr*. Husk. The invited guest* were Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Hale, Mrs Gorman, Mix McMillan, Mrs. Hiacock, Mrs. Platt, Mrs. Pugh, Mr*. Quay, Mrs. Cockerill, Mr*. Heed, Mr. Road, Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. Rutterworth, the Misses Blaine, and Miss Simpkins of New York, the Miaw-s Wauatuaker, Mise*** Halstead, Mia* Clover, Mims Husk, Miss Harlan, Miss Dram, Mix Ernst, Mrs. J. V. L. Findlay, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Harris, Mias Grosvenor, Mw* Wilson, Mr*. Elkins, Mrs. Charles Emory Hrailh, Mins Grace Davis, Mis* Halford, Mrs. W’ilmerding, Miss Tracy, Mr. and Miss Hans-deli, Mrs. Carey ami Miss Proctor. After the receiving party had taken their pla es the reception proper began. The members of the diplomatic corps headed by Baron Ka va, t Alod through the blue room and into the east room. The guests, a* they approached the j ►resident, were presented by name. Major O. II. Erust, U. 8. A., acting as maxter of ceremonies. The uniforms of most of the members of tbs corps shone with renewed brilliancy under the glare of the ga*. Then came the members of the international conference, a majority of them dressed iu conventional dress suits. The marine conference me rn tars came next The mem tars of the Venezuelan claim commission completed this segment of the program. The chief justice and a*-oriate justices of the supreme court, the judge* of the United States court of claims, and the judges of the supreme court of the District of Columbia were announced ftter a few minute*' intermission. Chief Justice Fuller shook hands with the president and the others, and became so fascinated with the scene that he went behind the line. After the judiciary came a nurutar of senators and reprwntativp*. They did not attract much attention on account of the plainness of their drear Neither did the ootmnissK nets of tho District of Columbia and a few ex ministers of the United States who carne with the con gressiooal party. By this time the east room was well Ailed with diplomats, congressmen and other*. I.ad mw were plenty. Here stood a member of the diplomatic corps in resplendent uniform talking to a memtarof the Pan Amen can congress, attired in full dress, while just beyond were a couple of army officer* chatting with a gl im looking justice*, and the lady that clung to bis arm. The officers of the army and navy and the marine were due at 11:40 and were promptly on tima Mnj Gen Schofield, with an orauge scarf arras* hts breast, walked (inst the line at the head of the bureau chiefs of the war department, each etal in the uniform to which his rank entitled him. Adjt. Gen. Keltoo and Gens. McKeever, Rochester, Benet, MacFeely, Cakey and Col. Barr, with officers of the Third artillery, the Sixth cavalry and a num ber of those on special duty in Uu* city con ■tituted the army contmgeuL Admiral Porter did not head the navy. Ht sent his regrets and allowed the bureau chiefs of the navy department to represent bim The naval representation wa* cora posed of Commodores Ramsey, Brown, Mill vide, White, Becard and Wilson, end a num ber of officers tm special duty in Washington. CoL MacCauley beady*! tbs marine corps officer*. With the passing of the marine cor j 1* the crowd in the east room began to thin out, and some of those who helped U receive in the blue room took their departure Becretary Blaine with Mr. ami Mr*. Em mons Blaine, Mrs. Elkins, Mis* Pumpkins OI New York, and James G. Blaine, Jr., wen among those who departed early. At noon the regrets of the secretary of th* Smithsonian institution, civil service com mtssioners, interstate commerce commission ere, assistant secretaries of department* assistant postmaster, solicitor general, assist ant attorney general, commissioner of labor bead* of bureaus of the several de(«rtmentc and tbs president and ofll.y*rB of the Coluni bin Institute for the D af and Dumb wet. announced. Only fifteen minutes r en taken up in receiving these. Following came the veteran* of the Mexican war, th* G. A IL, the Loyal Legion, and members 01 the Oldest In habitants’ association of tlx District of Columbia. They were disponed of in twenty minutes, and at 12:35 the gen eral reception of cl ti seas began. Tbs era wa! was unusually small on account of the rain, and at I ‘JU o’clock, forty minutes before the time set for the close of the reception, the president shook hands with the last comer. After keeping the doors closed ten minutes the president ordered them opened and kept them open until 2 o’clock, the regular hour for closing. When the doors were again closed not more thau JUG additional callers had apfieared. Promptly at 2 o’clock the outside doors were cloned and a few minutes later the prescient, Mrs McKee and those of the receiving party that remained went to luncheon. The reception wa* the I UU th held on New Years day by presidents of the United Htafei. Mrs Morton wa* the first wife of a vioe pra* ident who has ax* is tai at receptions at the White House on New Years day for the past sixteen years. Til*- Vie* President's Kftceptlon. W’ah hi koto*. Jan. 2. — Vine President Morton’s palatial residence, after the White House reception, was the centre of social attraction yesterday. On the first floor the library, music roam, tile drawing room and dining room worn all thrown into one. About tbe rooms were palms and ferns. Small tab!*** were placet! about the room* hmded with flowers Full length portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Morton were prominent among tho many decorations that adorned the walla The vice president and Mrs. Morton retvlvtsl the guests in the library. Tbe reception tagan at noon and continued until after 2 o'clock. At time* the number of caller* made tbe spacious i<orlurs uncomfortably crowded. HON. HENRY R. PIERSON DEAD. The Able Statesman and Scholar Passes Away After a Brief Illness. Nrw York, Jan. 2.—Hon. Henry R. Pierson. chitnoellor of the University of the Htnte of New York and a private tanker here, died yesterday after a brief illness. He was in his 71st year. The funeral will take place next Saturday, and the interment will be in Greenwood cemetery, Hntoklyn. Henry Rufus lterson was tarn in t’hsrleaUm, Montgomery county, N. Y., on June 13, 1819. Ho graduated from Union college iii 1846, and from it he has received the honorary degree of A. M. arui LL. I J. He studied law at Cherry Valley and wa* admitted to Ute tar in 1843. In 1849 he took up hi* residence in Brooklyn, where he continue)! until 1809, when he removed to Cbicagoi Iii Brooklyn he was for several years a member of the board of education. He wa* chosen alderman five successive years. In l8tV> he wa* elected state senator from Brooklyn, sod represented that city in the senate A I8»if$ ami 1867. He discharged his legislative duties with singular ability. He retired from the practice of law in I860, when he assumed the presidency of tile Brooklyn City railroad. Tin* p.aition he held till 1869, when be liecaine tbe general manager ami financial agent of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad en rn j any. He removed to Chicago during his connection with that oomiany ami was made its vice president. This j* air Ion he held for two years. At the solicitation of Commodore Vanderbilt he returned to New York to take an ac tive part in the management of the New York Central railroad. On being chosen resident executive director of the same railroad he removed to Albany. In 1375 be established in that city his banking house. In 1872 he was elected by the legislature a re gent of the University of the State of New York, in place at Hon. Erastus Corning, decease!. In 1878 he was elected vice chancellor in tile place of Hon. Eastus C. Benedict, who, in that year wa* chosen chancellor, and, iu 1881, on tbe death of Mr. Benedict, he was electa! chancellor. THE FIRE FIEND IN NEW YORK. A Large Building In the Upper Part of the 1‘ltjr Partially Destroyed. New York, Jan. 2.—The five-story brick building, 617 to 625 West Fifty-second street, was (tarnally bu rue* I yesterday. I*ms $225,-UOO, as follows: Building owned by Jacob New, $90,000; Litany works, H. A. Van Liew A Co., $150,000; Mahler & Co., silk rib! Kins, $30,00(1; Persian Carjiet and Rug company $10,000; J. A J. Morrison, plaster ornaments, $3,010; Eaton Coal Compound Manufacturing company, $2,000. Tile looses are welt covered by insurance. There are usually about 350 men and women operatives in the building, but thi* taing a holiday the only persons on the premises wero the watchman, Hiuith, and his family, wlio made a narrow escape from the top floor, and the engineer, Charles Feebler, who also escaped unhurt. The Arc originated in the dry room near the engine room.    _____ Montana’s tagLlature Fleets a Senator. Helena, Mont., Jan. 2. —Tbe Republicans of the senate am! house met in joint session yesterday and unanimously elected Col. W. F. Sanderson first tai lot for United State* senator. F *r the second s nator the first tailot stood:    Mantic    ll, Rh hards 11, Ianiv- tt 8, Hersh 4, Power 3, Carjtenter I. The joint session then dissolved to meet again to day. The I tan ora tic house ami five senators met for a joint session but no quorum was present. Tile informal ballots taken for United Stat'"* senator* were in favor of W. Y. Clark of Butte and Martin Magma!* of Helena. An Fpldeinl* of Typhoid Fever. Reading, Pa., Jan. 2.—An epidemic of typhoid fever has (-revailed In Northern Berk* county for some weeks. Many death* have occurred. The disease ti attributed Ic tbe pollution of tile waters of Maiden creek by carcase* of cattle that have died of a contagion* cattle complaint now prevalent. As this city is erecting work* to (ibtain drinking water from that stream, an official inquiry into ttie matter will be made. A Ontennarlan Celebrates. Middleton, Ma*, Jan. 2.—Charlo* King, probably the oldest matt in New England. who will be IOO years old on Jan. 15, celebrated tbe new year by a family gathering, forty of bi* descendants taing present Mr King was tarn near Quebec and was tbe last of a family of ten sons, one of whom reached he age of 110. He has a good memery and is in good health, except that ho is troubled somewhat by asthma. A Falling Wire Kills a Hoi Pittsburg. Jan. 2.—At I o’clock yesterday afternoon a broken telephone wire fell u|*on tbe horse draw ing a I'ieasant Valley street car iii Allegheny. One of the horses wag tilled instantly and the other fatally injured. Che driver aud passengers received slight shocks, but were not seriously hurt. Tbe brob en wire had crossed with an electric ligh. wins. _ Flore English Money Invested. W ilk EK Bakke, Pa., Jan. 2l —The }Vyenning Axle Works, the largest plant of the kind in tbe country, ha* been sold to an English syndicate at a price saitl to be nearly a million doliara This company paid a dividend of 6 pel* cent last year. TERRIBLE HOLOCAUST. PAUPER CHILDREN SUFFOCATED AND ROASTED IN A SCHOOL HOUSE. A Sad New Year’s Visitation for the Homeless Waifs of a Great Lily—Gallant Rescue* by Attaches of the School and Members of the Fire Brigade. Other Foreign News. Lindon, Jan. 2.—Tbe paupers’ school in Forest Gate, a connection of tbe Whitechapel union, waul burnt*! early yesterday morning and twenty-six boys, who were asleep in the upper stories, were suffocated before they could ba rescued. Fifty sight others, from whom ail manos of ascape bad tmen cut off, were gallantly rescued by the attaches of the Institution and members of the fire brigade amidst tbe most Intense excitement and af great risk. Two of the matrons effected their e*CA(*» by sliding down a water pipe. They reached the ground uninjured. Home of the boys, emboldened by the example set by the matrons, escaped in tbe same manner The superintendent of tbe school exhibited great bravery and repeatedly dashed through the flames returuiug each time with the almost inanimate form of some youngster. The school contained in all OGO pupils. When the fiat.ie* bud tteeu subdued twenty-six dead is idles were remove-1 to tho main hall of the institution where the profuse Christinas decoration still depended from the celling and walls. The fire originated from an overheated stove. The girls’ wings of Ute school, containing 220 tastes, was not touched by the flame*. I ^ 'toys retired in Ute higbtest spirits in anticqmtinn of promised preeenU to be gtveu yesterday. A New Year’s fete wa* also to be beld. The scenes iii tile death chamber where the relatives and tbe school mates of the victims were viewing the bodle* were heartrending. VISITING THE RUINS. A Roy Hero Naves Many Lives—Portugal Will Probably Apologize. London, Jan. 2.—Thousands of persons, impelled by curiosity, have visited tbe scene of the fire in tbe building of the Forest Gate pauper school yestfrday and the police and attendants have been kept busy in their endeavors to retain sufficient clear spat*) wherein necessary work might ta done. The school was filled with boys who had been committed to its care tarsi vie of their incor-rigable habits, and altogether the inmates were of a character from which little discipline or otiedience might be ex|iected in moments when both were imperative. As a rule, however, the boys yielded to the directions of their superior* and to this fact is due the safety of stores who otherwise would have perished. Of the twenty-eix who lost their lives only two were burned to death, the others having been suffocated in their betis. Many of thb latter were aroused with tbe rest, but became btu (letted with the smoke and crawled tack to their cots to die. Tbe hero of Ute occasion wa* a boy who acted in tbe capacity of monitor in tbe fatal ward, himself a boy whose vicious habits had matte him an inmate of the institution. Through hi* efforts many boys were literally driven from the burning building and he ceased his work of rescue only when he himself wa* driven out by the flames. Heveral of his companions he dragged, unconscious, out of tbe windows, while others ta carried unto the air in his arm*. Person* in official circles profess to see indications that Portugal lins decided to nj ►cloit ire to England for Serfs Pinto’* acts, and especially his conduct iii hoisting tile Portuguese flag on British protected territory and causing tbe British flag to ta hauled down. It is oouceded that if Portugal shall do this England eau insist on nothing further without incurring the suspicion of the powers that tbe ostensible object of her quarrel with Portugal is entirely foreign to the real one concerning which some explanation should be forthcoming. Tbe Freeman’* Journal states that it ha* learned from excellent authority that I/ord Salisbury ha* in contemplation an early dissolution of parliament and an api**al to the country on the government’s new Irish issues. The Germau government has completed the compilation of an African white book which it will iay tafore the reichttag on the reassembling of that body. The book, it is said, contains documents of great im(»ortance which have not hitherto been alluded to in the press, if indeed their existence was known. Tile editor of the St. Petersburg Novae Vreniya, who has just returned home from a visit to Pesth, declares that the Hungarians are Russia's most valuable allies. A ROYAL PALACE GUTTED BY FIRE. Prioress Clementine’* Governess Burned to Death. Bat sheikh. Jan. 2 —The royal palace at taeken, a suburb of Brussel*, was almost completely gutted by fire yesterday and a portion of tbe building entirely destroyed. The origin of the firo is unknown. The flames spread rapidly and at onetime threatened to cut off the escape of most of the in-111 a tee. The Princess Clementine had a very narrow ceca;# from death aud her rescue was effected with the greatest difficulty. A young lady employed a* govern**** to the princes* wa* unable to follow lier mistress and was tamed to'lealh. The only portion of the palace which escaped the ravages of the flames was that ut winch the private apartments of the king are situated. The royal collection of works of art, one of the finest In Kurofw, comprising some of the most valuable painting* and statuary extant, was entirely de*:rove}. A SICILIAN ANARCHIST. A BIG DEAL PENDING. Negotiating for tbe I'u reb ase of a targe Block of Hallway Share* Baltimv HK, Jan. 2 —Ona of tho largest transaction* in railroad stock that has been made in tbn section lot- a long time is taing negotiat *1 here. Tile stock ti the 10,(00 Share* of the West Virginia Central railway beld by Mnj. Shaw and family. Resides this block there tire45,OUI share* outstanding, among the holder* of which are ex Senator Henry G. Davis, Secretary of State J* me* G. Blaine, Secretary of the Treasury Windom, .Senator A. P. Gorman, Stephen ll. Elkins, the heirs of the late W. if. Barnum of Connecticut and a few cher*. The official relations betmeen the present management of the c<>ui)mny and Mnj. Shaw 1* understood to ta strained and it is hinted that certain stockholders are desirous of getting control of the major’s holding on this account The intermediary bat ween Maj. Shaw aud the gentleman who want his IO,DOO *har«“4 is Mr. Emmons Blaine, assistant to President Davis. Th » first offer made for Maj. Shaw's stock wits $41X1,000, or $40 a share, two weeks ago, hut he will not let go for less than half a million. The negotiations are still in progress. RUMORS FROM RIO. A Bold Attempt to Assassinate Italian Deputies. Rome, Jan. 2.—The king received a deputation of member* of Ute Itahan parliament at tbe Quirinal yesterday, ta whom, in response ta an address, be said there was a urue, not long distant, when he would not have guaranteed the |>e*ce of Europe for a fortnight. Now, however, he believed peace was assurd by an mideratanding between Russia and Germany. As the deputation was leaving, a man who had stationed himself near the doorway, threw upon tbe stone steps a copper tax to which was attached a burning fuse. The fuse was extinguished tafore it had burned sufficiently to explode tta contents of the box and the man was seized. He proved to be a Sicilian named Rita, who said that he was driven to attempt the lives of the deputies by the injustice of the government Collided In a Fog. Liverpool, Jan 2.—The steams hip City of Paris from New York, while coming up bae Mersey yesterday, colli*Id with an out.ward bound steamer ami lost ber bowsprit The other steamer bet a mast. A de .se fig prevailed at the tuna. The passecgen were much alarmed by the accident but no ooe was injured. A NEW YEAR’S TRAGEDY. In WU- A Wholesale Shooting Affair cousin Saloon. MfNNEAPoi in, Jan. 2.—A Merrill, Wig, •pedal to Tbe Tribune gives an account of a terrible New Year’* trngdv, and as a result of which David i^arvi*. a well-known saloon keeper, wa* killd; K-.tarfc Truax, chief of police, fatally injured, and Frank Holt, night watchman, dangerously wounded by George Handler, a drunken, dissolute character. Hcndler had tam refused credit at Sarvti’ (dace and came in imrly yesterday morning. After buying several drinks and |»aying for them he whi|>|«ed out a revolver and idiot Sarvti iii the bick, killing him almost iii staidly. Chief Truax attempted to arrest him and was aho! through the lung and is not expected to live.    was shot iii tho shoulder and arm. He tidier lie 1(1 the crowd at tay for awhile and when attempting to escape stunib’ed and dropped his revolver. Ile was pounced upon by the crowd and taken to jail. He will probably be lynched. A PHONOGRAPH BALL. % Unique Hi) I Interesting Affair Given by Western Wheelmen. Carbon, Nev.. Jan. 2.—Tuesday evening the Carson wheelmen gave a phonograph bail in this city at Armory hall. Between each dance Edison’* phonogram played delightful mob si ie*. The guc*ts w< re able to listen to flrhutsrt'i serenade from Gilmore's tand; selection* from the popular iqieras by th*! First Regiment band of San Francisco; a piano solo by Mrs. tauts Glass of H»n Francisco; a letter from Thomas Edison in London; a letter from Bill Ny® to lite editor of The Morning Appeal; a iNH tt'itlou by George Bromley of dun Krancis’o; the voice* of G m. Boulanger, P. T. Barnum. President Harrison, tavi P. Morton, Henry IV. Grady. Gladstone, Parnell. lTxeta Davis and Mrs Langtry. A receiver was arranged over tile orchcs-ro and the music of the dance, including the shout of the caller, and th** shuffling of feet was all faithfully reproduced. The Locke-I-Out rhiladcl|*hia Printers. Pm la t»k.i.vin a, Jan. 2. — Meetings of Ty (*> graphical Union No. 2, and of The Press chut sd of the union were held yester* lay, but nothing of public Interest, so it was declared by those pr« sent, was done. AU the locked-out printer* of The Tress were yesterday placed on the strike benefit list ($7 (»er week) until they obtain imifdoyiuent elsewhere. It is said The Tress has secured nearly a full complement of men, and that they will ex-perience little or no ditticuliy in tixtiiug the paper as usual. Messrs. Jones, Plank and others of the executive council of the International Typographical union are exerted to return to thti city to-day, aud as they have complete jortidiction iii the matter of the general demand for an increased rate for composition nothing will ta done until their arrival. _ ' At the Merry of the Wild Wave*. Hea Isle City, N. J . Jan. 2.—The steamer Commonwealth has setth*! on tile bar and is full of water, the wa washing over her at high water. The vewd and part of the cargo will probably be a total loss. The tug North America has l>een sent for, but the high seas prevent any work taing done on tho wreck. There is an insurance of $125,-OOO on the vessel, and the cargo Is partly covered by insurance. Capt. Enoch Town send of th® Atlantic and Gulf Wrecking company has taken charge of h**r. Murderer De I.urea found Guilty. Dedham. Mass., Jan. 2.—Tho government retted its case yesterday in the trial of De Lucca Bit the murder of Edward Cunning ham. and defendant^ counsel tagan hi* ad dross to the jury. At tho conclusion of the argument for the defense District Attorney Platt finished for the |*ro*ecution. Judge Blodgett then charged the jury. They rendered a verdict of guilty and recommended mercy. Sente.K* trill be pronounced Friday. A Statue for Admiral Firragat. Boston, Jan. 2—The committee of the city council, having «•)..rge of tile matter of statues of Grant, Sheridan and Farragut, have rejectisl ail the in*si Is thus far submitted for th** Grant an ! Sheridan statues. but have approved IT nry Hudson Kltson’s model for the Farragut statue and awarded him a contract to ex cute the statue of heroic sixe, in brnnz»\ brr $22,.VS). A Cave-lii C'au»»* a Big Scar®. Wii.keh-BAKKE, Pa., Jan. 2.—At noon yesterday th* ground under the Lehigh V’al-:ey railroad locomotive shop®, which are located directly over a coni mine, caved in. The foundation walls of the building cracked ami some of the machinery wa* badly in-jure«t There was considerable excitement among the 400 workmen ut the shops, but no one w.is injured. Virginia’* Governor Inaugurated. Richmond, Va., J in 2.—Governor P. W. McKinney was inaugurated yesterday. Judge L wis of the supreme court administering the oath of office. The governor went at once to hi* office where he received many callers. The legislative hall was densely (Kicked. I he legislature convened yesterday.    _ Celebrated Her Centennial. East Templeton, Mass., Jan. 2— Mrs Folly French yesterday celebrated her lOOih birthday by receiving numerous friends and relatives at the residence of Mrs. F. L Bar g*ni, her daughter, where she ha* made her home foi the post twuuty-nine years. Governor Hill’s Reception. Albany, Jan. 2.—Governor Hill, assisted by tbe beads of the various departments, held a public reception ut the capitol yesterday aftern'xm, and a private reception in the ! avenirg at tbe executive mansion. Both j were ' trgely attended. THE PEOPLE OVERAWED BY POLICE AND MILITARY. Soldier* Threaten the Populace With Death lf They Attempt to Halve rn Disturbance—It I* Said That the Present Provisional Government Ila* Absolutely Nothing Behind It. New York, Jan. 2.—Tho steamer Strata arrived from Rio Janeiro yesterday. Hor captain report* all quint when ho left that city, but say* the situation is uot very sat ti factory from tho standpoint of a believer iii popular self government. Tho people set un overawed by tim police aud military. Tile soldiers ride about tho street constantly, catling out, “AB is well," and notifying the populace that anyone who attempts to raise a disturbance will tie shot. ('apt. Matheson says the people are utiac countably apathetic, lf a citizen can ta induced to express an opinion he will admit his lack of faith in the stability of the provis tonal junta, but will boid up bi* hands in horror at the idea of doing anything himself to alter the situation. Kverytisiy is waiting for someone else to do something. lYobuhly tbe initiative in the movement ta establish a legitimate government will ta undertaken iii some province, aud the revolt will become general. Then it will be found that the present government has atadutoly nothing behind it. The real republicans look to Calavero Marlines as their leader. He has beet! imprisoned by the present government. The provisional government manufactures cablegrams to show that all the nations in the world aud ail tile great tankers have recognized the juuta. By keeping a strict censorship over the cables it keeps the (s-ople misinformed as to tbe real situation. The captain of tbe Brazilian war ship Amazon remained loyal to til® euqieror and refused ta haul down bis ting until nil Hie guns of the fleet had (teen turned on hi* via se!. 'Die Amazou was the training ship. I’wo of the callets took the revolt so much to heart that they committed suicide. When I .’apt Mutilation was at Santo* a smuggling case 1*8111* up in the British consul’s office. There were no oourts in session, am! the collector of the (airt ordered Hie American code A laws to la* used iii settling tile case. The British ooitsul agreed, an i the matter was satisfactorily adjusted. Tho courts are in a tadly demoralized condition USE THE : MADONNA :CROCHETCOTTON FOR tiLace    W, A PRETTY ARTIST'S SAD tNOINQ. Hearing ut Her Lover** Faithless!!* mm She Commits Suicide. New York, Jan. 2.—Gabrielle Obortauer, a pretty aud talented young crayon artist, shot herself dead in her a(mrtuieutN at 210 K ist Eighty first street, where her brother (Itta also Ii vet! These two hod become alienate.I from the other member* of tiieir family, who live 'n tins city. Gabrielle had recently learned that William Brill, a wealthy glove manufacturer who had tam paying her marked attention, was about to marry another young woman. This made tar iles(»er tie. When Otto returned yesterday from a walk ho found Iii* sister lying dead on a couch. Hhe left n letter, dated Christ mas day, thanking him for hts kindness ta lier ail Ills life, aud tagging him ta now become rec elicited with Ins mother, and ta toll nil tile family how she had continued ta love them. She also left a letter for Mr Brill, aud asked Otto to deliver It. “He will, (>erbu|M, ta glad to know that you are not his enemy,” aile added. Mr. Brill could not ta found at hi* re*l-detine. It was stated that he was out making New Year calls. It is said that Gabrielle was once married, but on the (lentil of lier hun!laud resumed her maiden name. It is the best in quality arni regularity, a correct twist, besides \yest quality of Cotton is more essential to produce satisfactory work. We keep the Pattern Eooks of all the new-Got and most desirable designs of Lace work made from MadonnaCotton,with the aid of which the worker will bo enabled to produce the most pleasing patterns of Lace work. Try it.ERIE STORE. WILL FIGHT ORGANIZED LABOR. An Ladling Skating Race. Min MC a HOLIK, Jan. 2.—The first of the st*rie* of skating matOies between Hugh J. McCormick of HL John, N. B., and Axel Eau tie! I of tins city, came off yesterday afternoon at the Palace rink ill the presence of large audience. M<-Cormick trailed Paul sen the emir* distance until th* shot was fired announcing the last lap. Then ho spurted, gaining about ten yards, when a chain was thrown aero** the track, causing him to sustain a terrible fall. Ile regained his feet and made au effort ta overtake Paulsen but failed, the latter winning by a couple of feat. A protest has ta*u issued against paying ovei the stake money, $200. Time, five mitre, 20:18; ten ii ides, 40:55; fifteen miles, lh. tin. 37*. A Time Honored Custom Dying Out. New Yoke, Jan. 2.—Th* weather wa* unfavorable for holiday fest iv! ties yesterday, a drizzling rain falling most of tbe time. The temperature was unseasonably moderate. The number of New Year's calls mate was smaller than a year ago. Tbe custom, once so distinctively a New York one, has, iii fact, nearly died out here. The inmates of public institutions received bountiful drafter*. Theatre audiences were smaller than usual on such holidays, owing, doubtless, to the prevalence of uifluenxa. The Race Wnr iii South Carolina. Charleston, H. C\, Jan. &—Dispatches received here last night indicate that there are probabilities of trouble in Barnwell. Telegrams have been received at Blackville and other neighboring towns asking for aid, aud a social train left Blackville with ro-en-forcemeiits last night. It ti said tho negroes intend to burn tbe town. The trouble ti by no means over and the whole county seem-ta be iu arm*. Celebrating Kin and pat Ion Day. Raleigh, M, C., Jan. 2.—Negroes cele-bruted tile twenty-sixth anniversary of the emanci(Mition proclamation tare yesterday There was a parade and exercises were held in Metropolitan hall, where an address was delivered by M. C. Parker, colored, of Georgia. Th-re were also observance* of the day at other points in tbe state. A Well Known Telegrapher Dead. Parkersburg, W. Va, Jan. 2.—Thomas Eagan, a telegraph operator, formerly ani ployed by the Postal Telegraph company at Pittsburg, died at his home in this city ye*. terday of consumption. He was an old time operator and was well and favorably known in telegraphic circle* throughout the country Reading Nailers Strike. Reading, Pa, Jan. 2.—The sheet mill of the Brooke Iron company at Birdsboro, em ploying over IOO hands, closed down yester day on account of the strike of 150 nailers who asked for a restoration of tbe IO per cent. taken off their wages soma time ago. Parnell Will Make a Full Denial, London, Jan. 2.—It ti stated that at a meeting of tbe Irish party to ta held on the re-asseinbiage of parliament Mr. Parnell will make a full denial af Capt. O’Hhea'* charges Mrs. Hlatne Returns to Washington. New York, Jan. 2. —Mrs. James G. Blaine returned from this city to Washington last night. The Allegheny County Klectrle Light C oui pa ti v Will Test Its Strength. Pittuhuro, Jan. 2.—The Allegheny County Electric Light company has practically elected ta test its strength against that of tile United I .atar organization* and their supporter* in Allegheny county. Re ■ently the Joint committee of the Electrical union and United I^itor organizations, representing a II ll 111 tar in iminen.-al strength of 50,000 strong in tho county, proton ted to the company for Its consideration en agreement which purported to regulate the conditione under which tho employe* of tile company [would remain at work. Til* answer returned by Hie company wa* ff»y no means satisfactory to their employes. Tile Electric-! union met Wednesday night and resolved that a g< Horal strike ta ordered and I bat all of the employes of the company >e called out immediately. The effect of the call, if otayed, will ta the re-mat ion of Work by machinist*, engineer*, dynamo men and electricians of tho Allegheny County Kle<v tr.r Light rompnny, the East End Electric Light company, the Keystone Construction company, and the We*tingh<>u*o Electric Light company. It. is also stated that the fight will lr* carried pTito j wi] it ic*, aud the influence of tho Inlior organizations will ta brought to tanr against the candidates for city councils, favorable to tin company, now aet up in all the wards of tile city. The Allegheny County Light company has h monopoly in supplying Pittsburg and Allegheny City with light, 'I iicfr (iri-vate contractu are also numbered by tho thousands, and the result of a general tie-up, such as Is threatened, can tuoro readily jta imagined than described. tater—'The American Federation of tailor is-tied an order yesterday morning ordering out ell Its members working for the Allegheny County Light coiri|Hiny. Oakland and East Litany were lighted last night; Pittsburg proper and the Bon th Hide, and Allegheny City are in dark liens. A Mplsrjr Aarratitiri* lf In Death. Richmond, Va.. Jan. 2.- Mr. Frederick Goodrich, son of Mr, W. W. fBsslrich, a well-known lawyer of Brooklyn, died bere yesterday under vary suMpieious circumstances. II** had charge of the Richmond granite quarries near tare and last Hunday week came to his hotel tadly bruised and (•eaten. He went to his room and to ta! and steadily grew worse until finally (aieii-monia set in. He had evidently lieon knocked down and his chest stamped on, and it is thought be was tho victim of a murderous assi ult. lletoetive* have ti wit* eyre on a suspected man, who, it is expected, will ta arrested soon. The affair will ta thoroughly investigated. Professor Mrrfwetlmr Arrives at 1*>ktn. Baltimore, Jan. 2 —New* has been received at tile Johns Hopkins university from Professor Meriwether, who recently accept*--! the position of professor of English aud history in the Tokio university in JafMin. Upon arriving in Japan he was received with great ceremony. A »|*eciai pa I we was given him as hi* residence with more than fifty servants. A stable containing some of th** finest horses in Japan was placed at his dis|)n*.'t!, ami in every way bo was treated with royal splendor., While at Johns Hopkins Professor Meriwether was assistant secretary of tile American Economic association. Too Much Liquid Refreshment. New York. Jan. 2.—Charles Ritter, a taker, ag. (J 45( ta-arue crazy yesterday as a reg ilt of too ranch liquid refreshment, and white calling on two young women at .'12 Cherry street drew a knife and tadly cut them both. and then ran nmuck through the tenement house, creating a small panic. He wil l finally captured and the two girls were tak'-n to tta hospital. Kitty Farrell ti likely to die from her injuries. Holiday Goods AT COST at Monroes. ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: January 2, 1890

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