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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               YOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., FKIPAY, JANUARY 3, NO. 124. UEPliESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 1CI LINO MXCIHNK fur ruling i- n( hi inks l  Ccntrul Ailntii. IMioUnrraiilujr. Instantunuiiis k Hi JinljlLB a 'iltttrf ni L 'or sunshine except for I.IKlK rAMKH IRVINO, l'r> imt'r No Hi b. bccond near Buf I 'Dunkirk, 1 B, Mu i I iinti ilttx, tu boiiinl mall Oiclerb P n> uiuuili.il to All work guiiritnlei.il l U MJIKK'8 CKOCKBKY HOUSK, JOS Central Avenue n I .Itsnle anil retail dcnlor in In iorU.il and rt m cti r> i n trill AM nin over Ljnn's  is i ne tl it pro IK t 1 t i n; i s tht, ij> titi, ik HIM i Hu purilis UIL ho d mil riucHoii i id OIIL I i. titan ulikt. 1% ulult ur iiifinL Prof MIL totnpoiituK in i It ot lit ruin or ul whiskey suiUu   X.L prod CL (f t's fir thin OIL diM, ist, iur Uity are t ikeii lunpuro tonic, a n< rvl u iti lout tx tiiir< n hUtoil purilii i without a tonit nlthout pti ultlinut ul  I inn it shmitl i 11 i tl L 111 1 H itoniL.iiul ill r it A Train Itobbor Kxecuted In IHvxfro. tnitrd States Klrlimond J and It In 'Hint All Is Quirt In thn New lu IJ a tilt Examiner for Maine. TOV Jnn Commissioner GrofT hris ftllinni d a hy register of thu lund (.til t ut Purge, S D that a per gem Mm has foi furled titlo to laiid under tho houtcKtoad law (unuol be allotted totiaun- 1 he (It (mitiiiPTit of Btntx1 isinfnrrrrd hy tho mtmsUi f tliu United Statin to Mexiro uf tlioexff itiou hy slitxttitig at Ounytimfl on (if J J Taylor, or Initpur, who an Itrd tuiiti of thu Srtnova Railway wiin In M ty, IShS, twelve miles from the fi >iitit i in which assault two Amnr 01 iductor L Atkinson and Kirtirmn wem killed mid the tt am i til bod Ihnmuy rit is Informed that the Unmd Sinlcs blnp Kuhnujnd flagship nf the >uth Atlantic squadron Bnilod yt-hh rday fiom !i diut, Brazil, foi Montevideo All IHH i wotl No iiiBiilu n made Jn tbu dhpntc h uf riffalrs nnd foi that >n it IH UHSUIIH t ut the y di pai tmoiit that tul is t It is thought if any dis tin h UK o wan iipprfhtMidtd Ko ir Admiral (aiIhs w j 11 lil huvu d in Hi wat Flank Parktr of LnwUt-on MB IHI u onit'd [he tumptiollt r of iho bunk oxiimmei thu otato of Maun THE PUBLIC DEBT The IVItnitlily Stuteinont n Dccraftne Jun 'Iho monthly pub he Ktati.ni nt from tho treasuiy tlcpartmont yntniduy shows a of the debt amounting to during the ptist niontb mid fnr tlin first half of the our rent ftscjil 1 txttalleht Itss cash In tbo treasury on Jau 1, 1880, was nnd on Jin I, it was I, nil iwirig u lediKtion during the cnli mini just closed oC ing ions calumlur )oui the debt wiw IP mewl HO The piniLijtal of cho outstanding mteiest has been reduced 1 duiiiiK tho past year and to-day agg ntt cash or surpluH in tho troisiiiy to day is 14J, Mint f 2I'J 167 a month ago, uiid is 0 0 000 less than on Jan 1 IKS') National bank dcpwitt rios to day hold of gov inment funds, a decrease of about Un nig the post mouth and uf 50P 000 Jan J. when these banks THE WEATHER BUREAU lg> Temperature In tbe Fast, With LJfmvy Hu In falls In Culifoi nin. "W TOIS Jnn i lie spf clal weather nniinaiy for December SSSIHK! by the signal Bureau (t ntams the following interesting crouiit of the very high temperature in tin asttrupaitof tbe country Inthectntral uMojaof Ohio and Missouri the arm about DPC fi and oon nupd until tho iUtbTthe of daily tem- during this period, lieinfj on no day   tide rees In the Soutbern states during tho ntter half of Doremtwr, the daily anged from 1J to 1 the aver In 1 hf 1 siW( r Missis.sippi v the warmest extended from the to iOtb il nn whirh time the diuly extftsnof pnt rununl at Wftshlngton at 11 to do rues ai il tit Yui k 6 to ubuvu tht verago lljfi poriod In this section of the ountry fill on t bust mas nnd the d iy f< 1 owlntf wlu n it uas alu-iut J wai mei han usual bU h tei i atures. 't prov tiling in the luistuii states dining ho holiday wetk fiosts r itllllt v In It is ii t t >c> in Lh t t sot tl it tlio of im gar not mil no i nml crp u t iirt-uii pound with siimi ir virtues h is ever Ittin km VMI II OHM is rein irk ihlt, for not tKe lit unrnort ll l I tit Hi t-dt il fr H. Thud of Buffalo. Uamil icturcr and dealer in Fine Itools Shoos HENKY AVKILfcU S NKW STOKE, I0t K Third Bt. Books, btationen, MuHidil In- Fa purs, and K ptrlammg to a first book Btore. bthooi a w   Dunkirk Printing tompam, titul 10 K JU. MUKKN SON, tiro I lie, Anu'tnt'itid iioniral Insmacw Deal- ers in Uc.il tftuu and Loans I'ariitiilai a'Kntiuii ml to the r UL of mopuly collect IDC 't 21't enter flt 2nd tloor Hcai MtO Central Avenue quirtcrs Jor Wall Taper Points. Oils, Ac PE31KINS, J. t Center street, Manufarturti anddcukrin Utirnvsa.Sad Mcat Bridli-p, Trnnks.W tups, liuflalo ttobea, Horse nhandblcigli liobes A BpecialU mndo of bi nitnrv Plumbing. team auil t.aa 1 itting. urknwmshm cuar- oteert SCHtHUTKS, IT Fast Thirrt street, gtnonablo Tailor ircntkmtn mil find it to their aih antage to call on me before pu r< liasme el Be where. PH. CAKY A CO., street. Ocneral hite Load Oils.Pmnter'r Stipjihea, Oil ClotliB, Granite Ware A speuHl tylolbhtrwinWi hams Pa, nt and Monroe range KVLINO such ai led kinds ol blunka doue at Dunkirk Printing b and 10 E btcoud St ers ami mil liLfhs of uinth this liiHtrs is com pi sul ol them USE ih  In order to inn t every pr kin ml, two forniuliis of the siinit, ingrcihtnts trc now ji i up Till- OLD K IH SIHONC I H, bi IC-U1I Y AND MOHR VIII VK1U TI1K SIM I IO 1IIK Slh, AM> I ADM ILI) IO UI LI GAIL 'NVOMhN AND 111! Dill N KEMLMllt II fhtte no a.so of lou "dibihtj of uiiLtions, or rosli ition fur wlnth MNKI.MI iimms is NO i (i -i nil iti ir I10" i r f the li u r orj, mi ins iindtis it tin. imp IL U> i tot- ot MU HO OMMI'Iil si M 11 111 V l nit i, consu npti >n, in t rn il t t ase1- iVe t uui s iilL tli U U is in i HMIM r A hook c i d he unlit n if mil in o lier o( tf-timonnK, hu it onlv ncct v t remember us U ict m upon ll t, er Wood bruin mil nen o, to rt di7t its use m u inn joritj of the that l lu Ir to, and tlmt no fmiiily should be without a bottle of OLD M "SV I fc. TM VII 11 U 1 LIIS IN UIL lUUM Semi for our L ulie> b >ok It. H. McUON CO w York DOFT FOHSE1 That E. Harris tloci repamnp of all >s kimes, scissors, lo< ks, kojs, revolvers, girne sowing miichintiB. oai pet 3Wt.oin.rs, clothei wrinpors, lawn skates, tuuul )rollas, tiling and settiiig aatrs; in Jaot man) thinfcs notturt mentioned Give him acah.il miff ilo street. 1 RUDOLPH MOLDENHAUER, Cor lluril nn.l Buffalo Sts Dealer in Marble, FlagirmR and Building stone. Call on me before buyini jonr aide-walk R ISLET A CO., 7 an 1 9 Eait Front street. Whiskj, ines, Brandies l Liquor Store tor Family Use. ROBERT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, teed and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MAIN hT, 1SUKFMO, V. T. and EXGIIA G GOLD g SIL I KP PL A Tib G 134 Center street in Musical lostruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of Ilrst class makes ol Pianos and farrand A Votey Organs, J. OIFFORD, 301 Central Ava. (Up stairs) Oeneral Insurance and Real Kstato rire.Liie, Accident, and Live Stock Prompt attenbon git an to baying Seal Estate. A COMPLETK LINB OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 fllAlX STRKET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. The Trade M ith (rnlrnl America. YOKK 3 K 8uhepp, who Is i in ti iide nlonR the Colninliian ronst in Central America and who has QI mod his v( sv IH for better pmtectioi ftgniiist seizin e F< r nny allege 1 violation of the titulhu; luwi that the Columbian govern BiMit mny bring ngiittiht thoni, snid thai betittary replied to ft reconl i tt( i iio had sont him on the subject anc sai I ttie matter would be Uikon up at once by tin dofiartment at Washington Beyon  impioved Assemblyman Frank M Jones baa been suffermg fiom tae grip, bill has partially He will loave here for Albany today Montrinti's Second Senator Klertfd, HKI i- Mont Jan S At a joint Rea- son of the legislature jcsterday the firs ballot i Power H) Mantel 11, Hoish M J I'Kknds 7, Ibompsnn 1 On tlie soumd ballot I ower and S flu pr sidt nt tlinn uinuniniod rheilec turn of H n T C ns Umttd StatP1 bti ntoi Ms Powti H wetilthv ninrthan and the late fur 01 the IU public an ticket, and deitatod by Mi lu lo _ llior Were >ot Moloatrd. NEW YORK Jan S corporation C'M.nnol hns given his opinion to the poho commissioners that the New Year's ball a the Met. opnlitau house wns a private ntTnii nnd the police would not be justiflec In mkrfei ing w it h the uw of wine after 1 a m as they would be in the case of a ball fo which tickets were s )ld to the general pub lie Mr Ward McAllister was thereupon Informed that the ball could proceed unmo lestel _ TVn Per Cent of the Force Sick. Nsw YOUK, Jan 3 Dr Cyrus Edson o the board of health said yf sterday after noo that there were fully 100 000 cases of "1 grippe' in the city He thinks it is contag lous and that before it bas spent its force every adult person will come in for a shar of the sneezing The total number of polic sick is >io, exactly 10 per cent of tbe TVoulcl Not Accept the Redurtlon. SHAMOHIN, Pa., Jan 3 J Lang den Co the proprietors of Pink As at the Noilson shaft, offered to star work yesterday at a reduction of 15 per cent but tho miners, numbeting 400, refused th offer and weut on strike Four Murderern to Hang. HARRIIBUHO, Pa, Jan 3 Gorerno Beaver bas issued warrants for the execu tlon of tht following murderers, who will b- hanged on Fob '20 next Thomas J Cole an .lacol S of Philadelphia William 8 HopK ns of Beliefonte and John W Rudy o Lancaster from Pneumonia. HEI vinEKB, N J Jan 3 J postmaster at this place, died yei teidav of tT pi od fever, from whieh he ha foi several woekg. A POU1CC MATRON SJIClDCS. ileroinlnt; fiom Tn fJrippo She If Into thn Ni w VOKK, Jnn i of Mrs MtAulifTe the matr m of tlu 1 >n xvtut 'nuiir) in thtMiverat tha foot ot 1 isl Sututh ill tut nt 7 n It ok 3 (hij in n inng Mation M( bci p sutl agiipjw fot tho past fewdays amllier ii londs sonm to think that while dHhrious si li it lu i ted at htM homo about midnight i dm sday light waiku 1 to the i iv r and thujw 1 i raoif n She was al ut yi tirs ol 1 Sul In an ami Ft lako law who had dono lusiiHss- for WcAuhtTf, have io toui postal cai is ihe first uad iiil 1 In not kn w I lump give till jnj t If r in i my 4 LIMITS Mi U i irrc The otheis soomod to bo mtendf las dnoc- :ious for the distributing of Alt Aulttk little oppi ty Kat h was nn io ini, iht rent than i mt a pM'diLtssoi and tl j lust was outiieJy Mrs Mi Auhirp had hpcn sufTonng fiom a se-n rt> aLtii k of anil had also bt tl( spon h n t rver hei ti uiisftr from Tho Tori to an >tlm pi isnn During tliu sho lift foot 1 unil purtmlly tliHssi g wtnt tu tl: of tho atreet m wUiUi she lived uiid jumped u.Lu the river Tlie Sltnutlon In Mont an a Hxi HVJL Mont Jau 3 About two ho after fJ C Povvei was selected by tho Re- public an joint comention fui the stct nd sonatorship Judge Plunt of the distrirt court gave his dn is ion in the case of Ropn sonta live Kobmta ot Silver Bow (ouiity, who hail applied for a writ Lo tho state nudi tor to pay him his salary and mileage as a memoir oC thy legi'-luture It waa thought the rourt in its ision w juld dei ide tho vaii hty of the rival h de( isinii was to the but instead the r that 'if was a nieinbei of the Ipgnlatmo ha was entitled to his per n at hi t in nth, and pverylwidy er in n i he re 'It of SIH i h li LH tho i ulers of tho c i exhibition was oponod ycstnr- d iy in thi IK w on Recent ttieit, and ihuun b with of histoiionl interest rim Minnies sent from Lord Spen nr Althoipnie previous nditinns Mo in 1 >ro, Kpunsei, Marlow, funif us wi ittrs of re H also a (vimplt'trt so? UH hbr f Shaki n I, Lhllt pi llul >f I I ilto fiom lyndull I'ontalein li if 4 to the d MI u t w hu h completed tho w >i k I gun imiii i tlm 1 u lor auspices 1 he gi at >lo ot Hi my III, tlm Qniuwfi, dull V 'InvtiiKss AI itliowM, tho Itmhopt, the Ithennt and tlm un) translations nnd tha Irish anil olsh vi isi ms aio moltidixl in this us Ann UK th n tn tings is H op> of tho u It hi at d ptiitiuit, non ui Mtidii'l, of Quoon Mai p untitl t ii I hilip at iho time uf his littn th tl und 1 COH> he hid the bride '1 IK has ordittd tho court to wnar lournitig f i thntj lujs fut Umprubs '1 line u of 1 K poitsuio uf of the   -en nit leaswil ten fold His IIIHJ stv is in a stale of alarm d i ing on fi and thosn who have hoc n nn ml d among his most ndants at u at tu illy afi md to go ncwu m, IPS! his t n TT HH'-unm a vl ilwnt phaze Intlni has invaded the L union shops, and morethiin hulC tlu tnuployod thuutiio proslrated Iteporttr of Dr I'oteis safety aro very cau- tiously 11 c t ivtd in H i lln, whei o the news of his death at hulls of the Arabs first gnliutl u 1m If it bo true tlmt ho H still howimr tlie nltr rel stato of things in Aft ica w ill rl< uhttcss cause the gov ti tn havi i si in led with alacrity tho nilii 11 talhng him whuhwas issued only a few  rts uf hts ruassuiro worn ret tivtd Di IJ >nnc r tho nnnrt pbvsit_ian at MutiK.li, c sun i lo )i st vu IIIIK nt officials controll- mR th uiilu u j s In t ho rimcft nnd vi nt ICrtpouttlblo for it rrmidu- h'ttt iNfnio uf Stork. lotTON Jan i I ha hits doHMt a di cision in tho CKSO oflloiaco Puiiiiigton tho b  pi linttir m Ofitrnhii, 1SSJ, lent money to Williiin then ti of thu coi i irtilion unil from him cxf upt a 01 tiftVatr) in of htn pi isii IKU11H of k in tho nt niul the plaintifT foi usual f 01 in, J by tin tiutuiurur lltia n as a nt ovrr issue of utoc-k Hetd, nho filli 1 up n hlnnk (Wtillonte which luid henii siKiitttl hy tho pi wt Ht tnno OWIMH] n i stork and no hnnsfiM WIIH inudo on thn IM ks nnd thoro nt i v of the ti tiou in buuks ktpt hy anuipanv' In July, K in inptfui his ortifii u tu to doff ndttnt (otupfiny usktni foi a IIHW mm, whiih company hnwd to give, having dis  of tt-sr-ut taming that the n of tho ngi nt are anlhoi M d his pi In ipal If tho sto k had tieen put ha sod tn tho open nifirket, the oomt intHimh s tlmt u dtf forunt- view would have houn tnUiMi, hut m thy ptn'umsLinif 01 ninst fw ontoind n laiit Oj mi tn n K'V( n tt JnlitV Ill( lOUtt t lit IK) (llfSllltLMK UplMlOlt nl i y tho nil 1101 ity SICK IN THE 1OMBS Mrs. Sniiilinorlh Not to TJvn to New YOUK, Jnn i Hunnuh Sontli- woi th w h is 11 worn r m 1 unil s await- ing trial the shooring of Sli n IVHus, hiia sti a lily liv 11 und m h ilth HIMCO hoi in (emtl jn nml is MOW VM lously ill with acutw bi OIK hit is Tin) pi ISOM authoi itics do not liolievii slm will livu to tin lorgo trial Hi r iholbi r nunains with lit i constantly Mrs Snuihwoith's mothui, Mis Martin, obfnmc 1 li mi tlm HujinniHt touit n writ of ha IK is orpin, i  miisiHlaiul t ai ud fur ENGLAND AND THE VATICAN Tho IN.po Will Not Tie-it With England on li lull Affairs. Nrw YORK, Jan J Catholic Nows hfir it'cmvLd tin following from ita corros- pomlent at Uonu "Gten Simiimns, the English special envoy for ulIniM, seems to onfoutitei somo diffli nlty in ace his mission Eng- land desires a kind of Catholic patriarchate effected at Malta to prosido not only over Malta but also over and the posses- sion m AfiRii Hits is opposed by France, which ahHudy the primntmal see of Algiers with jurisdiction overall Africa through Caidinal Cuidinal Lav- igerio will soon visit Homo in regard to the matter and I am turtnlii thu holy bee will ro- speet uiug of tho caidinal und of Fran co As rt other political views of Eng- land, have it fiotn a good source that tho holy f lUir-r will accept tho offer of having a stable English icpiusontative at Homo but on ronditi HI that ho will nevor interfere tn Iihthuffmis Leo XIII has declared again that ho will iiiivcr tieat on lush aifairs with Lnglati 1 fie would only take the part of ai bitor if asked by both counti ies Tlio KHfherConiplliiientA Trlnco BIsmnrok. BrcrtLiv Jnn d Relchsanzeiger says the empeior wrote Pn ice Bismarck, cou voymg his warmest congiatulations for the New Year, The emperor stated that ho be- lieved the maintenance of peace abroad strengthened the guaranty of tranquillity at homo Ho was much gratified by the com- (letion of tlio workman's insurance plan Itm was an iinpoitant stop toward giving effort to the caro for tbe working people hich tho ernperoi hnd at heart Ht> thanked Jifsmairk foi his solf saciificmg nnd un- n  bo granted the faithful an! well Hied counsel of the prfnce i i bis diflRiilt imvitot ab ruler of Ourruany Tlio M Illn.Hs a Mystery ST Jan J was great alarm idtn.itUij taused by a repoit of the di itb I tmre ars indicntions ihat hi> m 4 con htion is more serious than is public.lv out The imperial guard is on constant duty and all public functional ILS set in to be laboring under H unusual stinm It is impossible to h whether illnyss is from influenza or wbeibu he has poisoned A W OOO.OOO WIIMINC rim, Del, Jun i 1 he i of li McLonib m tin Si.utlu i n Rail load ussonation wan inel in (In siiponor couit y stmday and avetiliit M ndi t nd for the plniti'ill thu lull nnniiiiit of lur claim 'lln d i nd int istidttumt uoi i h some yuuis un tftmiantuod of Iho Missmuppi Kailmnd com) any, Inch n h 11 al it IM 1 Nine bundled of ihoso buu I" vnln ei ow t day from well wjghrr in futbi rlmid and abioad Two Koynl of Influenza. BEI I IN Jan 3 Among the sufferers from influenzH aro the Que n of Saxony and tbe Giaud DUCJCSS of liadeu A Fiimon- Chnrcli Destroyed by Fire, BFRTiN.Jan famous church St Jiicbael at Chnpcllo wasdeetroyec tiy fire yesterday La Grippe In Roumanla BncHAREST Jan 3 queen of Roil mania is seriously ill with influenza A Wedding lit Life WASHIMJTON, Jan .1 Emma Gort- rudo Flower, of wci of Nt w York, and Mi lohu lij run lnylot of Watertortii, N Y maiiieJ tut ovenuiK at 5 at the in-adenca of bri le's fathei in th s city i i I'mony was pti fonned by Di D mghn of Ht John's church The bi Idedinaula I u Miss Lucy Downing of Now oik nnd MKs Katli ,i fnu riowet a cousin of tho br nnd ianghtei of Mi John Plowor of New York housu elaboiali'ly du'oiatod with lovvois planLs and vnus I lie bi Ida! wcronunioioiis an 1 Inindsomi} Mr ind Mis laylor loft lust for Old mt omfoi t, Va A Tlirnatntiotl Strike PITTSBI HO, Jnn S Mm Uunod stnko of the omphnui of the vai ions (li cti ic light rornpanies in this Iui4 fiulotl to ma- aluB anl it is now bftu vtd that no geu- eral strike will bo nmupu iittd 1 he mtii at woik stated to then that while .hey do not wish to be fliLsso 1 n  by mail H vuuiant, for the an eat of Mr I'owdcrly, Rworn out by Ed- ward C il1 tghan of S ts teiday moining Tho local was standing on n aide track waiting for orders Bolli eti Kiiiea were wret keil and six pasBuigci s injured Republicans BOSTON, Jan 3 Hopublican state central committee organized yesterday by the re election of last year's as foi lows President, Joseph O Burdett secre- tary, J Otis Ward well, treasurer, Henry J Wells, assistant secretary, E A. Buifingloti Senator Quay has the Grip BEAVER, Pa Jan 'i Quay ha been confined to his room for three days with influenza and is quite ill It is doubtful i he wil' be able toretmu loWashmgioa nei Influenza in Kentucky LoursviLLF, Ky Jan 3 partial can vass among tho physicians of this city show that there are over cases of irfluenz here bo far there have no fatal c Another Colliery Operation MOUNT CARMJCL, Pa., Jan B-Ctngrsss man Scott s Pennsylvamo colliery operations yesterday, throwing mlr.er out of employment Sadler, the Oammuu, Dead LONDON, Jaa o Badler, tx cbampion sculler at Euglaud, is dead. V WHOLESALE EVICTION, ENNSYLVANIA MINERS ORDERED TO VACATE THEIR NtmilMr Having No IMnfln tn Go Mill KonnUii I'ntil of I.Hlmr Will Appenl to (lovornor r for A htfty of Nllil- lUtK niFiiiarrad by In SlIwrlR. FiTTSBUiio, 3 A special to The from Puuxsutawney, Pa., says: ir riff of JpfTorsoii county him wi votl wrltd f ojectincnt forty five of the Buffalo, ochestar and 1'ittsburg Coal company's ten ite at on and Adrian. The tomtnta ui o told to out AM toon its possible Those who can find shelter Alwwhere will nave out at once but the larje majority, Ftvlng no plaoe to go, will remain in the ouaes until 1 be of a ie bonofU of thn Bxcinption IHW for all who have boon notiflwl to vncaUi their wultlngn, tluin placing the ax upon tho comiwiny Tbe knlghbi will appeal tx> Oovoruor Boavor to Htay thu xccutmu of thawiitw until quarters oan bo (Otuidlfoi familiiw of tlio mlncrH ajfii'ted i uliuiit fnmiUQH Iwvo been noti.IM i vat Htit Lhelr housos wltliiu tenJdAyit A iinmlLUx) of nilnoia vliiiteil a gang of I till .tm at Dulwlrt, (iwalting thu com niy's m elnrs t-o and peraundtMl lorn to go nuay There has not HD iy BCI tiotiblo SIBERIAN EXILES MASSACRED. hey on for Attempting to Vrltix. ScUltloua VIKNNA, Jan 8 aro nt hnnd nf 10 niuKaacre of oiilos in Siberia, hitinintion f which roadnxi here a short time louKh tho story wan not gonerally nppuHiH fiom the information just ro- that shortly after tbeir arrival at u'ir dHstination in Kiberia tha onion who NihllixtH, tod to print and cirtm- 1 aulhoritiot) luiirnod of thin and sont nnpH to destroy tlio printing prwu. Tho leHmUnl find tho troops fired on them, ilhng and wounding thirty in the tight hu'h unstied Foitunately for tho oxilcH hnient of CoHBuck guards, com pi iiting puttinn of the gtirrbum, inlorpoHod tn nlf of NihilmtN and forcibly compelled io attacking tioopu to douist from furllmr au glitor Terrlbln Ki parlance YOIIK, S All Incoming stonm- rs rnport Uii i ibly rough weather at BOH 1m sioainor Cronm, which arrivwl yoatorday week ovttnlao fiom with acaigo f pig iron was ul most wrecked in a hurri- ane on 18 Everything on lift'hontM and cattle wait wept uvvay by heavy scan George Watson, n ongincui'K asBtwt4int, watt dashed agrtfiiHt hn brulgo right leg was smanhod mid iu WHB othorwise badly injured. A ttoainon iiiniert Manritz wan washed overborn d, but was thrown hut k by the name wuvo He true k on the nmlnniaHt and four of his i Ibs pro broken Tho two injured men weie aktnton hoHpiiAl on reaching poit. The to thu vessel is quite beavy Ho Did Not Meot With Foul Day. RICHMOND Va Jan 3 Tbe autopsy over remains of Fn dorlrk Goodrich voiy thoioiiKb, but failed to ho ci line of foul piny It revnnlwl ho fu< t tlmt resultod from pneumonia Dint (lie bruJHi-B on tho body had no oon- iootion After tho oxainiim- fon of wvorul nt the ooronei's in USE THE MADONNA CROCHET COTTON FOR It is the best in quality and regularity, a correct twist, besides best quality of Cotton is more essential to produce satisfactory work. We keep the Pat- tern Books of all the new- est and most desirable de- signs of Lace work made from the aid of which the-worker will be enabled "io produce the most pleasing patterns of Lace work. Try it. ERIE STORE. WOOL RAISING IN COLORADO. An Addrewi Waya ikBd CommltlM on Ihn Siibjent. WAiuiNOTim, Jnn tbi be- fore tlio ways and means ywtor- duy Mr. Bennett of Button nrgiMd In tarcr of 4O per cent ad volorom upon olothlnc and combing wools and 'M per cent ad Taloram upon wool After n reoeo Mr. J. F. i.st u vm het vroa rondorod in aroordniira of Qroely, Colo adtlrowid the____ with the iiliovo factn. The romBlrig were aiimlon on the cotl of raining. markeUBf uken to Albany for intorraent I and the condition in general of the wool I businow In tlut state. The Industry A IMMutroiu pursued there under great KKS HA RUE, Pa, Jan 3 200 water tiupply being ao urarce and tba oet of tho tracks of tho Delaware, Lnrka- imng Rloruia no freqjont If the prwent and Wotitern railroad cavod in at congrons did not givo this Industry greater 'lymoiith yesterday afternoon Tlm cave-In protection It nniKt neivwaarily go to tha wall IQB extended to the Methodist Kplncopnl in bin of the country Irrigntlon WM hurch, but that building boa not yet heeu badly needed ntnaged Theontire territory aurroundlnf? K M. BiHwll of Hhornhrun, Vt, araUer of liBcavp-iniB undermined Large ffitngs of ftboep for breeding purposei, addrewed nion havo boon Hot to work In propping up committoo, the wool buatneai of tie mtx nor of the mines, and all ml have tbifl country and Australia, stating that UM work. iue grade of sheep worn cheaper in An I tinlln than In the United Hlatm I When Mr nimell hnd concluded Chairman Two Pansenger Trains Collide. __ __ __ ___ ________ MANRtiEin, O trains MrKinloy If thmi wai uny parson anil 17, on (ha Baltimore nnd OMmiilroad, i pnin-nt who wUheJ to adilrew tlio commitCM ollidod at Altn, five miles south of city, on "flee wool An there was no response 'osteivlny morning Tha had orders meet and pass at Alta, and No 4, oaHt )inmd, ran over the switch, colliding with he west bound train The engine of No 17 wan thrown from tha trunk, causing a dolny if Hevoral hours The trainmen jumped and escaped inj-iry tin) committee adjourned until to-day. A MIDNIGHT ASSASSIN. if a Cute the of Twu Old and fenaelflimi "Women. PHILADBM'HIA, J.ni 3 Kolley, A Alllnnee. 81- Ann llev, aged TO, riirter.. i Un 9 Tin. A in a little frame dweUing, Wlstor ISlgSi'Tl the" lave formfil nn offensive and liofcnsivn alii- inco ncoording to the recommoiulntiou of he ri-cont fanners' oonvonllon and the CnightB of Iiabor nonvontlon Tho object of ho convention is co-oporfttloii lu Kansas builnoss nml txJItlos. The coinbineil tuaibor in their rankfl over rnnn They Paid Evfiiy BOSTON Jan 3 About H North Co pork packers and provision denlbrs, temporarily sunpended and made an assignment They hare paid every dullar of thoir indebtedness and the trustees and lussiRnoes have transferred all of tbe flrm'a property back to them had gone to 1 he man demand wli ch it wan Biippon d tha oM wonwu bad coiiivftlwl in the bonne Ha clutched them by the throat when they declared WM no monoy in tiie house and then flashed each of them acr the throat '1 hu women were romoveil later to pltal, and an examination ot tha Hhowed that both women wore dangerously iiirt They will recover, however, with ;ood caro. A man named Bnrry has beMi irrestod on suspicion and will be learmg to day. A Famous Jeiiult Dead. OMAHA, Neb Jan 3 report that Father Damtai, tbe famous Jesuit mlsulon- ary. is not dead, as reported from here, iff without foundation. He died at Creighton college at 0 45 o'clock Wednesday night. His funeral will take place to-day at the college A Dnrber Commltto Suicide WILKES BARKIS, Pa., Jan 3 L. Gay- lord, aged TO, proprietor of c barber shop, and owner of a considerable amount of prop trty, committed suicided during Wednesday Digbt by leaving the gas tui ned on lu bui room. No reason for tJie act is known A Hrlde IJeneir, Ci EVEI.AND, O, Jan 3 Maggie Laymann of Brandon, O while dregsmg for bor wedding ceremony, accidentally ih'it her- self In tbe thigh with a revolver, leflictlng a dangetoua wound A Horseman Dead. NEW VOHK Jan 8 Howe the ni rbeman, died at Oravosend yester dny During fan life be brought out many of the mobt famous trotters Commander Dana Dead, WASHIMJTOS, Jan. 3 navy depart- ment informed of tbe death 10 Paris Wednesday of pDeumocu of Commander r Boajers AeqnlUed. IMNCAHTKII, Fa., Jnn 3 the caw of William U. a Pemutylvanla railroad engineer, on trial for ciiminal negligence In cniimiig the death of Julin G, Ryan, con- dut tor, tho jury rendered a, verdict of ac- quittal. train run Into Hyan'g whlU ilogers was asleep on hu engine, having been on duty for twenty-two hours. He Will Go Into tha Treasury Department. WASMIIOTOK, Jan. Robert O. BlHitie, bi other of the secretary of state, and who has for tbe past eight yean been cura- tor of the agricultural department, baa rccHved the appointment as deputy flnt auditor of tho treasury department and will etit r upon the discharge of bin duties within tiio ncit few An Iron Finn Asslgne. Jan. Iron firm of Curtin Co whose works are near uerr, bnve made an assignment in favor ot ex- Governor A O Curtin, Comtam Cur- ti.i The liabilities are about A lati r eotlmate placea tbe HabillMee at about nomlual assets about The RUland-Blr NEW YORK, Jan. Butland, who la traveling around the world to see bow quii kly she can make tha trip, left Colombo, Ceylon, Tuesday Nellie Bly. who lscircling the globe io the opposite direction (ram Buland, was due at Yokohama, yesterday. Holiday Goods AT COST at Monroe's, NEWSPAPER!   

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