Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 4, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 04, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. HUP RESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY, JANUARY I, NO. 125. A OF DUNKIRK. M- U' III MM! -MACUINi: f'.r ruling i i-nf M.l.lk" M Mil' llltl-t atlilltiuil I" M.. uf l> ink il I'nnt'iiK Comprm Wood Vanl, iintr.il Avi'in.r, Nu-kiil -ot All tri.tiir.4 of llnrtl iiii'i .-MiU Oiul. SV 4J Ijii.nluT, Mnnjrlrs and Luth. Frw Lf'rrt'f'pc.i, ce (or wLultisalo loir Center HtreH. 'roMMoiirt, Canned FriuU, etc (.nuns' Klectnc IJrond rucuvcU 4 I X. M. MANX, I'ritctical I'lumlK-r, (Jut- ii -i' -iin Kilter. bpenal atuinliur i i.-iy I'.umliintf. KtttimuU-.s r u.', i t tiling, rticain 1 H ,i h miiiHTrt. '-17 K. Third struct. K. 2K! ami '225 Onlnil A vf I ti-1'- of l.aliiOe a mlU'ii- i j MI' wail for duiif-lnnb exropt ioi 1 >IKIi4 KS IltVINet, i No. I1'- I'.. Scxen.d 111-111 Ituf- I, N. .Mil I, in all pl> leu. Order- i1 to. All work Kiiftni :ilU-i ,V IIOUSK, :IU5 Cunlr.il Aventle. e nnd retail elejilpr in lac d nnel i -tie hum, (ihisHn'iirc, Ac. A-. II. IIAUU1S, Central Ave. lieui- er.i! Insiininee, Life, Aecidont and r'ire. timelniK insuru lour ifu m the old "'rraiele'ls'." Uc-nl Kt-tattj s 1 uroiieltv. UIA JM.T day. und li'vniiiiig ftuililu in coruuM'tum. ViHor Itider. 3.'JT> and ;ti7 hum wtrct-t. ilTV HARHKR SHOP V> Oiaa. Ntiglc, I 'i Icr Luke National crirnci iikT lind TIllul A JlllO Block Of t-Mi't lt'n and 10NKLIN JtSON, VV 4 tutor strict, hort-e-Hhocin. ParLiciilnr utlenlion tu nilffftTiiiK hoirtt'.H. Shoeing ol in the C'onnty. ijuallril tncdiinn. J ilINKlKK KNOINKKKINU COMPANY 1 J K.-riecrly sellew ,t l-ngiplv. Mnaafuctilrei'i- ol Kngines, ISoilers, rullpyh, Haiu'ei-H, ete. I'at'crii-i. i-orgiags, .Machine Work loonier. C. JOM-JS, 7r. 'J'lurel st., cor Deer tcclBior Meal nn, tin, H''jl Dunkirk; Kredonii, (i. VV ATCIIKS. .IKWKI.ISV, May (lie Iralik t. staid, i; Kl ly >r. .nocKi.n, .Mcnihaiii Tailor, SHi Central Avenue TIIK TARIFF OX WOOL SOVE ARi-iUMENTS FAVORING IT, AND OTHERS AGAINST IT. A Number I'mmlne-nt CJrttnpi's Te-i.ll.....ny or IJpiiel I'apprs Hpforp Iliei KlulUtics Mil. fiTls Ih, xv tin- Duly Af- THE FIGHT FOR THE SCNATORSHIP. WKKKLY TIIADK IIKVIKW. and UN Opponpnts a Hot War at Columbus. THE YEArt BRINGS A FEELING f'ul.rMBfs. O, Jan. HIP Demo cratic meml.ers of the legislature have ar- rived and the most intense pxeitptnpiit pre-- vails over tin, senatorial tight. Tin- candi- dates nre t'liairnmn Calvin IS. iiricc, ,-x- I'ou-ressman Mc.Mahone, Millionaire .Mm Thompson, Seiiey, Jinn. John VcSwceiipy, (.nncrcs-iiimn Outtiwalte. lion II. VV. linker nnd lion. iSnmiiel I-'. Hunt Jan. 4. of the opratic caucus and the bcttni' wan contmupil yestenlay bp- I'.ncei will IIP nominated on the commit Ice. I with nearly li-n votes tei si-are. c-nnd O T ItOI.I-Il, M, (illice, (Vnii-al thai state ask better protection of "i. e. e.itra. Avenue. I Would drive every M !'L' hls oar n-ei., sio-ilclisanil wrilc or call Slu-i t.an-l ,i e wind tin-, ,-ai. ,1 I I, I 's. I'lclentllf. I'alccK I aunt- lie 1'r.i-lp Ml I'HtPal r.r in RICHES Inn s, -i i enl nutlll of nir l.reat .Sew Stanley llnok mill's and puiplep, ed. linn'l nine in i in ait. "Step in uln'le the waters me I'olih'id." im. north vd.'n-s eWprmor. Elders' Book DdNKiKK SIIIKT ami Cenlt-r slivet, MannfacLurei rt of "Crnanxll" mid "Dunkirk" titling lUct-.-i bhiils. (n, in all IcailiiiK clutliiiig nuil ill-} giKnlit ho.lsea in loo. kirk. DUKK1KK CANDY Kt K. Third strcel. .Manufacturer of I'uie lli.nie M.elu (Jandn s every iliu M. l.oel.. K. TUOMKY, and Bti ct, i Fluur, leoel. ait, Haled IIiis.I'li I'tiates, etc. HOTKI. and innmi; Saliien, FJ II J heXWCB. llt-Bt iieiicaiil Travelers. ,s to all trains and Inn, tin Murphy, X CO.. u; und'.19 E Tinrd utniet. tm intarc. CaliinoL and Up- 1'ietnre Frames made lo ordi r. i CO., Central Ave t'.-isln.in and Gentlemen Oiitlltterh K. A. Salycr, 2'2'i Center street. j j AUKI.I. STKAM CO., M.uiuiJi'-turcrs of SU-ani Heating AppanttiiB. S.iniUiry numbing n Spcciulty. IIOMt STEAM LAUNDRY. Uur epeciaitieft; Fine Sltirts, 10e; I'ollars 4i-, :tml Lnce I'm tains, b'li't! iJuliv- ery. A it'T C'enlor hirt-ot. I I ii, OKH.M, K. Thir.l cur. ol llutTato. Miuuif.u-turt'r ami ili-a'.erin fine ISooti. bhocA. HENRY WKU.rU'S NKW STOItK. 10.! K Tlun.bi. lUtnktt.SliitiDiifry, MiiMt-nl in- eckh CHTIOI-R. ami cverjthiry a Ili'st butik store, bchoo. iUnikr. a ejivcKilty. i on ritivrix; uf CM r> I H'Wist ratfs by Ininkiik Bruiting S ami ll! K. M.J 1 VAN III'KKN SON, Kire Life, idt-.it .ind (.eneral Iiisiirucoe. Heal e.s and Loans. .'I to ilie r up pinpertv rolled- in. Center M., -ail llopr. j I'MAKVI.iCY, t'cetral Avenue j. w., .-liter street, T. W.Muri-lv i'.: l.i.i A speciultv U-. Triumph of 'Hi OF i.n'i; AMI is one that rcite-lieoi, tha iilidt or in! oil I'm; t .ire t.ik, Uiipm-p toi.lp, n n Iliimt min-iillp, i, I, I IIIHHOll, ;l Illpr Illllip Illtlmiil lHJ.ll.lHl III.OVP Ktllllillltlll uilli ltliont aU-oliot. IIOMITS in Hie world. A CKXL'INK IlKVKII Ml- ship- it in- i' K slion, iiiilril...ii veci.li n.. M-rolun, r s, .u nl. ill tlu- nous nlnr.bt nt' iitcrallvtakc it uliilil.y in spoonsful. o r Itltlrndiiei not no iniiiil. en kn nip. Hi mill CAUI'miNIA, is re m.irkali'e for notliiiip i-lsr- onini it ll liy tin; ol tlu- i.icellfin.il hints, root-, .mil lie-rhs nl which tins HilliTs is t-oinn M.my "1 thin, us ,lln tin- ssio-, m tin- (rt-.ilint-nt of chills anil levers rlK-mn.iilsn, Im-r kitl it-v el .e-t laiin- tlli'f, I'cjiit piles, h.iils, At- to, niimi-riins lei nn-ntion, but nben lie .iftiono! '.he Ililtcis em t-n; util I'imtliin, i. I'KltFKC'T r.lTTKilN If. TIM! UKf I'l.'f OP SC.'11-iXCK. Millions tit liavc uni-, fill's- ami .dlv I', pre-i Carter of Montana of the antl liriee inen unilnu.' on (Jovriior- .....bill f of "lect bell t., defent the nipat rnllioad iiiaginite, received a back last by t lie senator and two rppivscntam es (MIV- einor C.-iiniibeli's enmity savins, thai ihey Were atithoi by the hitter to state that uiidt r no i ircuiostaite, s must his n.-iine lie- pri'M-nb-d; thai he minted to lie governor V.I llM Mr. Sl'i'iihniil of a growpr, spol.pot tl.fi airily of HIK honip grnwc-r tn lunric nnirkct with cnrpd and oiln'1 w.inN. Tin s.. In, with tin- prolpclion jiro'l'i'-i-d in Ti-v.- ami oiliPi- S.iiitlu-1-n mnu-s as as in Ilic ni'ilh and west nl' the sunl In-rn ill v nl ninort-ilioii ol n-is utlv ip as thp nrli.-'p uonld ini- Ans'r.-ilm Ip.iil ilouii at id than I.nsioii :il one ppuhi ileonld f'oui (i-dvpst ,n. 'llipcall for fr, Moi-l uas made by onlv manufacturers (Hid IIP klic'.v of no Kroner vtdui wanted it, but on the eonlr.-n-v, if wool should lie admitted ficelle knell it nould drive-them all out of the biisim ss. An addt-c'-.s nrepnrcd bv Mr. McDowell of Pennsylvania favoring protection to wool in nil forms u'ns read. SOMK IVOOr, STATISTICS. Hon. William of Ohio, who had IK-PII selected In the national convention of wool I'roners to speak in Ihuir In half, hisaddre-s. He said thai no reason exists, If ll plotecliV" t-inir is maintained, why all hcadforcini'.t unt ut the n nidi, wools use'd in the- rnalinl-ictiire of woolen b-lenv. I'hp mil meet, n, .v.-rn, r i led I will h, Allan O. Myers is her hatching up a plot to deieat I'.nee H nniiiiinl d by bolting Dem oerats iind e-lnin names of s x lirioeand vote torn cic in Republic.in. it is no! ncjierdly b. li-v d thai t Ins could ii SIIIIIP Onarters, tint ;piipriill.v ol a Ilopellll CF CONFIDENCE WITH IT. Wf-ilher CiMilliiupi t., I'ro- clnc-p Ill-ports nre in Trailo imtl I'loilncp Mill Ill-Is. NKW K. f) 's Weekly K. VIPIV of I'll, neu ye-tr opens iMlha most conRili-nt fei'liutr prcv.ili in m all parts of the conntrv, llll.l yel whiel, I'-pccial ciiilion Thp volume of Inr ss in is u-ii-ii n-'.-ir tlipycar in iv "r Known tu holiday js'oocU, and on Hi" dos.) fi the maximum. Hut in '.-vi-i-d nnoori.ior trades protils have not been coiniiieiisiirute wtlli the inais'nitiide of e-olleelions have! crwl iii'iny nilh apprehension of nioipinthe near Iiiiniv. The monety inar- I'-t-nre sti-nnel nt Ihe Ivisl, close nt Clll- roii. and closer Hmn IK-done, ihn supporters of .Mr. j Kansas City and (iinnlm, but other 'Ihomas an- vei y mid say tlml lirn-p I points lairly supplii-d. But theiid- ..........I'c ll'inii ol i'.ii'Jaml rato and thn '-ii-l-- ib-tni o.ine- resulting from .Man anil U'uliani Helville, McMihon in, i-, have lio.'h pulled oil', Icaniif; llywil, iln drantnij, s.nd the linen I'uiiilnnnlKMi Imd kclled I ol. A. 'taylor ot Cliiciniiiili will In- chief clerk of the senate', und in tnet. the itrn-p men will con- trol and olliccrs of bolh Democrats have only eight majority and 11 Hve deiiiocrats bolt- ed ami voted for a lie-publican, llic lalter would nialie it. A icadiuc; Jtrip.jiunii-.aid that any Uemoei'al the nomination nould never leave the cnpiiol al've. as th, K should not lx> produced in tho United I'l tin- [roods ninnnlantnrpil lllnlpl-a pi'oleetivo tariir. he supplied by the' of Sixty millio of carpet wools aro in Ihe llniliul Slates nnmially, and out of tho woeiN importpd for this nsej onp-foi'rtli are used for the manu- facture uf clolhint; and tins was a in- Jurv to the wool (.-rower of the. United States nnd a fraud prncln-ed oti I he An additional tarlir em wools, lip said, would not in, retist' HIP price to the con- sumer, as claimed by some, as nn active hi me cotnpplitton, which is to exist, u ill insure tlie consumer a fair price. He a-keii to have insc-rled in tbo tariir bill a sec- tion eleMnuiLc carpet and other low fsTado also a provision for assorted wool of this kind; also to prevent nilmixture. frauds other trai'ds [iractie-ed in the importcl- "lon eif HIP dim-rent kinds of waste. Mr. J. T. Itich of .liichiKnii of HIP Merino assoeiation of thai statp, .said that there had been n nnd pradual failiuc: of mil in hi-i st-ite and uskc.l that redlii'tion in the Infill' be made. IS KAVCill Illf KliEE WOOL. .Mr. eif I'liiladcljihia, a carpet tnntt- nfaclur, -d the committee He said that the wool interests of tho colln- had been misrepresented. Tho produc- tion, he said, was not near enough to supply the detnand and ho wns willinjj; to take his ehnne-e-s em free wool, hitt was tired eif ti.d don n by Hie wool growers. WANT I'llOTEr'TInx. Mr. William president of the Kiitional Association of Wool Mnmifnrtnr- d ihe coimnittep ill behalf of his nssoeiation, which lip said did not attempt to tbednlipsin r.-vw wool, but was opoosed (-'111 i I he. I Mi. held sonic diiy next Week. Hets were mnde 111, clear. Tin Per c..ul more than lust ear, pr, sent relief. IKKI.IU in other cciilres of trnilt1 till ea-onalilv is essine; inllneiie'e, but In other arp ei'uei-uly Hoatou cotloii eoods iradeipnet, but ut linn AGRICULTUnAL RFPORT. An Inci'Pase In tile- l-lst i of In-lit, Outs anil Corn. Jnn. -I--The Jlccpinhcr rc- [leirt of thu denartment of c STVI.K Is iirrt'Kii, AM) .MDitu CA'iii.vi.Tir.' Till-: NKW STYI.K, I-l.t-: -in; AM> nt.i.i om.oo.e., 0, I. iiua. r.ili ,n ,r uliiih VINKIIAIl JII'ITIMIM IS NCITI't lull' Us in r li I'cnelui.s it the mip'.i. e Li. TIIK AM) Cl M Ni l B.'.t I l.lil V A speciultv -.nuuu.il F.lUng. I) SCHOLTKS, 17 K.-ist Third street tHtlilonalilel.ulor, tlit'iriblMinuigptuL-alltin mebefure nin'el, elsewhprc. uniisnu Lion street. Pit. CAKY di-ieral llardware.H hue U-iid.Oils rainlpr'. it is fair to assume tlml it will ropeivo npnut considpralion nt its Hpcond prpscntftt ion. rumors cone-priilnu; the nddi- tioiml pvidptipp is one to I he elTeet that the' most iniportiint of its feature is n numhor of diK-iiiiieiitH. which foil into tin, hands of Michnel Mnyhrick and woixi by him at lln> trial, show iiiB in .litmci brick's own hand writ (UK llmt his denth wiis duo solely to poison, spll'.ai'.inlnjnti-rpd. INFI.rKlfZA IN TIIK HVSSIAN MAILS. ll is now curtain that I-e.n, Salisbury was prostrated by an attack of Russian ivhosci npiniinenpsn rnnnnt IIP it having been triinsimttevl directly from St.. I'K tn HIP oflli'e. It Hint a fnw days bet'orc his attack Siilis- bury receivud n Imndln of importnnl dis- putplli'j fruni Iho Russian foreign minister, to the examination of which he devoted sev- c-nil hours. On Iho following elay tlm in- feeteei documents were distributetl ainotiK n number of clerks and attaches of tho foreign for uXHiniimtion, entry, ote'., every one of whom was a few clays later with tho malady, as was tlio pre-mier himself. This clrcMlinslanep lenvc's no doubt that the nil- loeiit. Is highly infpcHous rnny tw trans- at tlu> Jlnlc, Si. .Nirhnlns in yd Hiiilcil.lii.r li.- fn' i-h .H'o of tho II'publican senate I'.'ini'iis fur cluHrniau CCJIL, and he will to work at oiiee upon Inn comiuittoc clniir- men. fl--n, Husted said that aecording to the prop-am as nrranged both branches of tin- It gislatuie will meet on Tin s.lny, and after and eiei'tini; snb-oflieers will ailjourli tliui! the following Monday evening, Jan. lo. This is a comparatively short ad- ji iT'iiuu nt, theu.-ual time bi'ing at Irast ten iioucver it is pretty certain llmt the heads of both houses have already scheduled tbpir and there is littlo ulso to do. Ai at pres'-nt slated the ofticers of tbc house will be: Spfiker, James W. clerk, C. A. rhiclicnng; sfiveant-at-anns. J. Marii'.iHe: doorkeeper, H. Webb; A Mtirtler and Suicide. KAT., Jan. a bricklayer, murdered his wife by cutting her throat. Hetlien cut his own throat and ex- pired in the bed where his dead wife and baby, n few nicnllis old, lay. tex- say who thn river. ocratic ailniinistnitloii at tin instance of t'ougi'L-ssiu-in t'omptoli ol Mr. .Mudd, who is compiling C'omptnn's sc'at, brought Ilie charge .loiies ;ts part of 'I'lou, and this li-d to Till', I'KDIjl'I'K MARKET. "Prr-diice iniirliets have! lipen dull. Wheat has risen '_, cent, n illi sales of bush- els, and o.cts us niucli, but corn lias dpelmod cents, v. ith s of nearly bush- els. Oil is ..put stronger, but pork is VI cents lower .-mil lard declines a coll. fbehne; of tin, crop c-lit weaker, nnd cotton is un- changed with s.....II The tleclin-.-in prices of all eoni'tiodilies from Jan. 1 to Jan. I was about -I1.; per cent, and thn is now a itttie loner than iu any ptpvious Jan- uary for thirlv years Tli" tivernKe for was 4 TJ per e nt. below lhat .'f 18S8. The) -tock market Iris been ncnkened by minip- ,nrv pressure tho pnsl, two wpcks, but the of priiis per stinrp higher 1 'inn a The l.iiwr eiinisnirs and A Idpiitilb-d. I'llil.MiKl.i'iiiA, Jan. and Sarah Kelly, tbe int. old women who were tin- vu- iinis ol Jiin'i's niiirdi rolls (isi-ntli, I'li-irs lay ......mi'-, me still lyiii'4 in n pre- "cm at M. M.'iry'.s nl- i'1'1.....n' jcar WPI-H not too liijjlii though ihe jihj sp'ian is ni..re hopn- .-.nil tl.p r, pptit with e'emsiderable till of ill, n- lee-ovety. .Sarah, Ihe younger I on 101 ae-onnl havp cansejei but sist'-r, nlni is 70 years old, is tup woi-p littiu depip.sion in raiimad stocks. the- b.iby tirokc into the and finuid tlie .--.f.-int lyiiij; iu a pool of blood. The man ind wile were Ut ad. and j-esteniay Magisirate (iill, took Uarry in tin: hospital in order that she coidd have a chance u> id-ntifj- him if lile. The magistrate Imd also in custody -Michael Kelly and John Pries, two young men who n Bid seen in coinjiuny with Barry shortly after the crime was committed, and who, as they told contradictory stories, were locked up. At the hospital they were all confrontyd by tlio two women and yarah positively ideutilied Barry as her assailant. Wmit tlio on Jute Uemovptl. Jan. P. S. Liny- d--r ut Mn neapel's, J. .M. of nml Kiaiik Jiairy, M-creinry of the JlillnV riallonal as-o-lation, will npiip.ir before Hie hoiisu c-oniimtlee on ways nml means lo make an argument for tlie repeal of the duty on jute, 'i he millers now use bags ninde of im- ported bagging almost exclusively for export shipment, and there is a complicated svst-rn of rebates on all imported bagging used in the export tlade. The millers, re- gard to p.irty, ask that the duty be removed and the sysii-m of rebate; abolished. AiTpstpd for Opeiiing Another's Mail. TII-KI.V, O., Jan. 4. Ilibert Dick, proprietress of the Monroe, bouse, and Mr.-. "Th treasury has put, out on y more than it has in this past week, tho iliiliursnnii'iit-i for tlm now yem- having not IH-.M, t'.-It but tile stirplus 1ms been reiluued for the month ol llecember. a large addition to cir- ing attracted by the continuous en-ing of an nimato of the iiou-o. were arrested by a UniUHl States mar.shni A Suit for I'uniHQes. Vt., Jan. Orrin M. Uari-er, state attorney for this county, has sued J. H. Livingston, editor of The He- ft rmer. for damages for alleged llbel- ousattiele-i ri'iU'Ciing up..n lUirber's oilicml course. The attaebed and closed Mr. Livmg-l-.m'.s ollico List night. and taUen to Toledo for trial. Thev are charged mail which had been delivered at House to a lady boarder. A Schooner "Wrecked. SAN FKAXUSCO, Jan. Mcrchnnts' Exchange has received word that the Di-njlas Diarborn, from Port Biakely for rhiladeiiiiini, bad been seeu boLLoju up noi-.h of the Columbia rivor. in net debt in was W. I'.N.D'.IH, the half year's revL-nti" sbowee! a Ram of in spite of n deeiease in receipt j Iroiii ,'u.stnins. For- li'.ide eonliiines exports for ftvp -v ek-, at Naw York faiiiiu; only I.S per cunt. i" previous year, which nidi. cotes an of i'ju.i) i or more in ex- port-, iivcl1 llupoll'; I'or vrvi.'s i-All.ijl'.pjn, Tin; failures m in tho Uniied State's, or on-j in evc-ry 07 firms, and in Canada, or one- Hrins. In IhM, the failures nere Kl.tJT'j m the United Jslatea and ill Canadn. The ng- nf habtiitifs was in tbo ITnuorl npunst in IS'W, nnd in Caiia.ia, against B'lt tin- avsrase of liabilities for eneh nrni loner ill C'maiia, jcttr, in 1HSS, and increns" in HIP United St-itcs, if an unfa- vorable mdica'ion, v-a, st.ll not enough to denote nn of commercial for the avera ;c .n lv.s'.l n-as but -slLo'lJ IS-s. iu iyy7, "The throughout thecoiinrry the last sovcn duy.s num- lier. for tlie 1 nited a'll. (mil for UHH- aila or a total o! r'tuninn. as compared niih n total of -'V5 week and IM'J tho week previous to Ihe. last. For the cor- respoidihg week of lust jxir (lie fisurpa were r, prt-sviima in the L'nitod States and ,11 Canada." Austrian govpniiiipin. and brought from New Jtn-sey to this sl.M-. lie, was sllbsp- eplPlltly eliscliargeil, but nils IV-am-sted be- fore! he, could reliirn to HIP stall, from which he was takpii. JudSe lironn uives him tweldy-fonr houri lo lo .1, spy. (ii'iiiilcd and lle-nlpd. .Ian pn-sident, pOm. lllilted the sent, nre of Alfonxo Kvaliijillstn, e-onvie-ted of pMSSIIIK to two risiitiniPiit, sii as to hnv. hi ise-ntenee expire- Mai-el, I, He. dpiiie-d pardons lo II. I' Metenlfe, convicled in Col- orado of raising n check, and tis' ini- -.1 to four ipnl, and [or viol-dim' the Tlm I... lidSTiiN, Jan. 4.- In interview (jnti. I'ame, thn yacln sKiteii his of titling out the summer, having engaged the 'services of I'apt lla.T not change her into a schooner and nad no intention of incing her, although, said he, "I do not say Ibid I should not go mlo a race if aliytidic' niteresMug turned up." thai he h-id no idea of AtInuiic will, (hi! V ilnnteer. Tool KOOIHU NKW YdiiK. Jan. 4.- Will; CIMe or I wo or- ccpllonsall Ihe pool loom- whi.-h havu been hctj on the winter rac'cs, wern closnd yesterday. Their MI Men elosini, ia said to hu dm; to the fad IliaUn-lcP who has just, succc-piled Judiro UildPi-di-pve on the- ench of I lui general sessions, pulilioly de- clared beloru his thai he wonl I c-n- foree the state law-, pool .v-limg. Died riiim InlllliMiXU. NKW YOI.K. Jan bureau of vital received y.-sierd-iv four death eer- Kivi-li as "ppid..... e- i Tne olllcials, the ho bine so died, for Hi. Tiien- of till' people some liiievplMin 'd rea lealhbivpolled lor iwenty-four hours. Imsmimi, Jan. 4.-A daled MeKeesport, Pa repoi-is th-it, all (tip prop. eriy of tlm Mc-ICi-.-spoi-t and HeUevernon company has been tran-lerred to thu I'iitsbiirgaud Krip IS.-nlroad com- pany. I'-irticul.lrs of iho transfuc- nra not, given, hut ir.insiictiim is said to bo one of grent importance in railway circles, Injured tlie Fall of BnuiiMillAX, Ala.. Jan. the. fall of a ircstjeoii the Brinrfi-ld, Ulocton and Hirtii- Inehiim railroad ypsterday Carl Clark and Ui.vid Webb were fatally injured and twenty-live other carpenters working on tli- trestle narrowly in jury. Tlm trestle was being constructed without proper brac- nnlled t personal contact. malls as readily IIH hy MMII. 1ST ItKVICI.ATIOVH. Tho arrest of Ihe notorious Nihilist In-idor, Pieria (Jross, at linx been produc- tive of d'seloMires far morn startling tlnin iniy of the al-irmlug rovelnt ions which have come lo the poin-iy within the last, few days, aptmlling as they have been i'Yoni letlers and documents found concealed in his cloUi- iiiRtlin most, damning evideneii is obliiined against many high iu favor and authority, contemplaiing not. the ansns- USE THE MADONNA CROCHET COTTON FOR Lace of tin- czai alone. lmt. tlm munli-r of the eniirp reigning family UN well. Already many of the conspirators Imve. Iweu taken into custody a. id htill at are un- der iNpioniigi) 01- being tracknl liy releul less poll, e otlicials to the etui of their lodgment, ill prison whi'ncp they will almost certainly go to their death. Sev.-ral of Ihe tr.f [x-r- sons apprehended while attempting to leave the cniiiilry. Tlie Cologne (iazclto stated Hint DIP Hus- sum Kovernnieiil. has rderpd tin, in.-ioufac- tnre of inagaxinu rilles in Friinc HIP delivery of tho wpapons to ho ni.ulu ua spepiblv as possdile. Tlie (ieriinin war departmont linn ordnrcd that on April 1 tho of Uhlans at thp various pTiirriseuis m tho vicinity of thn Frcne'h fromier shall advaiien and Inku poKitions nearer to thn bordpr. I-iluoiipis from Ciii.i-Miirs, Jan. pi moiiors took Kie'iie-h IPIIVP I'roin I lie penitentiary last nik'ht. They were Frank McDonald, a" two- year man from county, sent up for hnrejlary anel lare'env; VVillinm KraiiKliu rouiit.y, two ye-ars for larcptiy, ami Charles Ashcroft, Clintem county, years for luiriilary and lare-eny. Thp moil cpiilc'd thcMiisplve-s in HIP 'kitciipn when loc-k- illi; up time came and the-n e-rawle-d through vi-niilatdf, thus Kiiiniiier tlio opoti ooiirt- yard inside, thn walls. Then throwing n nipn to tlictoj) of HID wall, tho cniivir.trtrlimliptl to the? top anel elropppd to till) lie-low. and CongrpHKiiinii llnvo WAKIIIMJTO.M, Jon. 4. A large number of congressmen arp down with tlm "grippe" rk in the is inly I'plai'di'il by tho prpvailing sickness HIP cli-rk, and ollicials. In fact, tliere is no business in the, city that is not morn or less nfTce-u-d by it. Two of tho thrro e-iiminis sieiiiprs the cllilriut anil a large pci-e-pnt- of tin- city polics force nro down with tho disease. Fully Hip ne-ws- pappr men in the- e-ily are practically inca- pncitate.'el for work. A nf Kntllil. 'lTTKiicuci. Jnn. Jamea I. Hpmiptt of the firm of (irnlf, liennett Co., lias Hied n :TOSS bill ill tlm Bull brought by llin creditors the (inn. Mi-. Uoanett states that the flnn assigned on Feb. 81, I8W. Tho uwiiKUeo nft.-r wards sold the firm's property for Phis sale, Mr. Hcnnett claims, was fralidu- Udent nnd void, tho plant being worth nt least J.VHJ.OOI) and asks that tho sale IM side and u of the firm appointed. IKIIOV, Jan. The funeral of ex-Kin- pr.ss Theresa of I'.rnsil Uiok place at Oporto ypstenlay with imposing ceremony. The bo ly was removed to the church, whc're the sei'viees wcrp conducted liy Cardinal .Nato. All of the Rrng'.lian imperil.! family were presont pjEcept, IXnn I'edro. King Urn-Ion wns represenM by the of The garrison of Oporto formed the guard of honor. Meiney to J'lilv the llnr.es. XV'ASllixo-ros, Jan. Neurath, a ronnr; clerk, wns nrnmed horo for the em- of a small sum of money from the Cromwell HI. amship company, ot whose Baltimore' ofllce ho wns vmjilnypd. Nenratli and ll: I'.OsC'H. playing races throe months ago o money was taken for betting pur- NPW I'lnyern for Tsnnici, Jan. Hanlon has Imd Tommy yuinn, Baltimorn's erack catcher, who signed with the Brooklyn flayoru' league-, trnniferrixj to thia city, nnd will to-day sign Al Gcimliert of last ypnr's (Jliicagej club to play with tbe PitUlmrg I'luyoiV club this suoson. Andrew Cnrnpgle ir.is tlio Grip. PlTTsnt-RO, Jan. Carnegie ar- rived in I'itisbiirg Thumlny night, He is sulTermg from a severe attack of influenza and is unal.le to attend to business He will probably be confined to his room for several days. Senator lilnrklnirn Itonomlnaled. FBANKFOKT. Ky., Jan. Democratic legislative caucusrc-noiuiimted Joseph Black- burn by a unanimous vote for Unit-.-d Htates yeuator. Nineteen Years for Mannlnngliler. BKNXIMITUX, Vt., Jan. 4 Byron M. Roberts, convicted of tii'inslangbter, hasberai sentenced to nineteen years' iinprisoumont, A Wealthy Tenor's Will. _, MAimtn, Jan. will of tbe tenor here estimate tliat there aro 4.00C) cases of in- Guvarro disposes of an estate worth flueuza iu this city. More. on Strike. WIUCKS-HARIIE, Pa, Jan. 150 miners employed at the Hillman breaker of the Abbott Hillman Coal company near Pitlston wont out on strike yesterday. A leninnd of 5 pel- cent, advance in wngea refused them and this caused the strike. The Grip 111 Milwaukee. tt.WACKBK, Jan. Horace IPP. cx-niini.ster Switzerland, is quite ill with influenza. Seven actoi-s of :ipera company are also laid up. Four Tlionsnm! rases in HAUIMKIIIIIO, 1'a.. Jan. The It is the best in quality and regularity, a correct wist, 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 loe enabled to produce the most pleasing patterns of L.O.CO work. Try it. ERIE STORE. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST LEPROSY. CiiBtomB Oflleeni In.lrurte-d ml to Proper

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