Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 6, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 06, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO Ii. XIX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , MONDAY, JANUARY ti. 18!hi. NO. I J. REPRESENTATIVE vtUSINESS HOUSES £> = \ OF DUNKIRK. N,U ICI Ll NI* M %4'HINK for mini*? ,;i kin - «*l Wank# i the latest audition iv si,«ii.i uh .ii ltapat talent vt Dunkirk Printing tom pan \l K VANDKK'H Cos! ani Woful Y*Pl, i*» I Mitral Avenue, ouuosit* NUAH Plate » ot All (rra<h** of "ani ani Soft Coal, tj Al Lumber, Shingles ani Lath. Kit*** ”    ^    Corn*#    |>on    I    ti-cc for wl.ole»ale lot# . .IU IU*.I. . ll KIOS Al KON, \    213    Center street. ,kvti#s, Provisions, Gunned Fruita, etc , M. r» free. ovi iu' Electric Bread received J-, Ai every day. ____________ * I I X. M. >1 INN, Practical Plumber, ((a* \ aud Ma-ain fitter. Special attention to Sanitary Plumbing Estimates given I * I ta in tai ta *r. t»nM* FittinK.St4*aui Heating ami ilot Air I uriia**e*t. 27 I1,. flued strecL ic GIFFORD, 223 and 22.% Central Ave I ». Artinite Photographer. Instantaneous ..*«»*' mil Ii# of Balm*# a specialty. Sitter# . j not wail for an ii do ne except for I’v.e Iii- N. V. Maltamma, Mu* txiund in all *tylea. Orders • MIK BINDERY —.I A St KH IRVING, I . uh , No I** K. Second ntrwet. near lo «U (art, I Mill kirk, i‘.-«iii|iiiicl», elf .. ..a |il > attended to. AH work guaranteed. I tl .it HEUS 4 IMH KERY IIOUSK, | *    ,*itK    Central Avenue, Wiioleaale and retail dealer in Im.airted aud loinentic China, Glassware, Ae, / v It As. It. HA KKIS, 221 Central Ave. o envy eral Insurance, life. Accident and Fire. Before traveling insure your tfe in the old r umble "Traveler#*.” Beal Estate Agent. lA.au» uuicotiate.l ou property. / 11tAUTAUyUA KOTKE* I .    Kate*#, ii per day. I very ami Boarding Stable in connection Victor Bider, 3£5 aud 337 Lion street. I HTV HAKH I K SHOP Cima. Nagle, Prop., I i(der Lake Shore National Bank, cornet i euler ami Third atreet#. A Hue atock ol Foreign ami Domestic, cigars. I ION KLIN A SON, /    .‘Kin Center street, Prue ti«*al borne-shoer#. Particular attention fwd to interfering horses. sIhwiiik of road ut a tr.dting hor.ne# a i*|*eo.ialty. I NKI HK EVENING OB* KHI EK. Largest Oaily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. VANKIRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. )    Formerly    seilew    A    l*opole. Manufacturers of Engines, Boiler*. Pulley#, i.illi ng Ll augers, rte. Pattern#, Forgings, (Ming#, and Machine Work loonier. VUNK I KH KH I KT CO., AK, *15 and Hr, I Cenler street, Manufacturers of the Cromwell” and "Hunlurk” perfect - tilting i.*HH Shirt#, ou sale in all leading furnishing, olhing aud dr} good# house* IU liunkirk. v CNK I KH CANDI VV OK KS, I    S3    K.    Third    street. Manufacturer of Pure Home Hade Candies— esh every day. M. Loeb. v F. TOOMEY, J.    434 and 4.iii Lion *tr«*et, Dialer in Flour, Feed, alt, Baie«l llsy, Pin lait atua, etc. Established, 1#77. Iv KIK I IOTP. I. and tuning Saloon, Union \ Depot. Ka#}’ ac(*!#» to all train# and busine## holist**. Best accommodations for Commercial Travelers.    ... .I ob ti J. Murphy, I rop. IV It LE KH A CO., \    VT,    aud    29 F, Third street. Fine I- urmture. Cabinet Ware and Up* oolstering. Picture Frames made U) order. l». MATTESON A CO., Nil tenlral Ave, ' ender# of Fashion and Gentlemen Outlltter# | INP MI.iii IIA.VT TAILORING. L. A. sa Iyer, 22H Center atreet. | J \ KCLI STKAM HK ATING CO.. Manufacturers of Steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Signally. J | OME ST KAM LAUN DUY. Our sjiecialties:    Fine    Shirts,    loc;    Collars, 4c; Cuffs, 4e, and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A W. Cuuuuiiig#, 2o7 Center ntrecL It. OEHM. K. Third st., cor. of Buffalo. Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot* ct Shoes. URN KY WEILER** NEW ST* HIK, IOX E Third st. lbsiks. Stationery, Musical In-• trumeiitn,Magsiinea,Daily aud vXoekiy Payer#, and everything pertaining to a first cia## book store. School Books a specialty. IOU PRINTING of every description and at l« woet living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, © ami )n K. >ecoa*l St.| I It. X \N 111'KEN A KON, Lire Life, *) Aoeident and General ln*urac<w. Dealer# in Beal Estate and ban*. Particular attention paid in Ute care of property eoflect-» k. rent* .Vc. 21# Center st., sud floor. ^ ^jm'UOK'S PHARMACY, SOB Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Palier Paints, Oils, Ac. PERKINS, J. W., 2W v enter street. Manufacturer ami dealer in Barnes*. Had-Des, Undies. Collars, Trunks,Whipt, Buffalo K«il>es, Horse Covers.Gloves,Mitten* amt Sleigh Unties. Iy Ll' vt HING. T. W. Murray, 337 Lion street. A specialty male of sanitary Plumbing, Wh'ii and Gas titling. NX orkiuanship guar-KUCl. 1> K4.' ii OLTLH, ,    17    Hast    Third    street. Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will (Inditto their advantage to Calion me liefore purchasing elsewhere. I) ti. CARF A CO.. 333 Lion street General Hardware, White Lorn I, Hi I a, Pa inter's Supplies, t»U Clothe, Gran Ie W are. A special* ty.ol Nherw si. Williams Pa. bland Monroe range. H HH I NKSH HOM F.H—t ssftSNsA *P C. JON EK, I •    7% E. Third st., cor Iiwi. Excelsior Dent Muk-l. i n Ii, <a!t an Smoke I Meat* 'ml, snusai'-*, Oyster# !>• Poultry. J1 ll F. Pl tipi E'K DHY GOO ID* * 11 IKE* Hey! Bb k. Dunkirk : VV*>od*s Block, Fmlonia I John ti. Parlour. VV J ATI HEK, JEWELRY, AC. liny the Aurora Railroad Watch. Bepairnig a specialty. Frank L. htapf. #3 K. Third st. M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, SIC Central Avenue T Bol.!'11, M. O., physician ami surgeon. < > flue, 213 Central Avenue, over ,) oil’s drug store, blier hours: '.*ioh»a.    .; to 4 and 7 to b p. rn.; Hu inlay-, lt:HU Pi lo: ai a. i. Re* den* e. C entra. Avenue. Telephone all, No. h. Cals ni lv I.*- left #1 I ion. ilru; store, night or dav, and will Is* promptly de-*'venal and allemled lo. R. SPECIAL f A NNOU NCEM ENT IF" \on want a professional gardener aud j, flaunt for iiriining your trees, making nice garden# and parks, Iii aland. French or Engild* model, write or call for Yauderiueiiien Bros., 412 Canary street, and see w hat tliev can d<* SALESMEN* Wanted at once. Local or Traveling Big Pay. Hteadr Work. M**ck Warraute#! cyuick Kelliag *p(<in!ti»*. o - it lit ii*'. Experience Un necessary. •Iah.K.W hit* if.V, N ut*} mail, Bin-Im-.-Ut, N. X . STI iii Ii A BT A CCI., Patent Attorneys. SIA 7tli KL, Washington, ll.C.,opp I" s. Patent of-Hee Patents. Caveat# and Be D-oic* hh'IiicI Trade Mark* regii*UTi*l All Patent lHi*ine*# •oiidncn*il for nnMterate Fee*. Informatiou, Adv na*, and s|tecial refenun-e* .nil nu inquest. irmon Elders’ Book at i rug! a, nvui.-a cfm to man-cq . CjoiJk. Sun arnut Bt.. Nev tork VINEGAR BITTERS OEANDEST MODERN DISCOVERY Triiiiiipli cif Pharm icy* I he only true practica' ELIXIR OF LIFE AMI HEALTH is tine that promote# digestion, improves the ap petite,cleanse# the liver, purifies the ho st, ami stimulate* brain and nerve* Wilhoit injurious reaction, and one thai may be taken alike bv adult or infant. Profane compounds, made of vile ruin or bad whiskey, sweetened anil flavored, under the ti Ie* of bitter*, tonics, .Vc . produce effect* far worse than the disease tor which they are taken. Vinegar Hitter# Is a pure ton lr, tv nervine without being narcotic, h blood purifier without |M»i»oH. a liver tonic without purging. aud alture all, a life-giving; »timulaiit without alcohol. The only medicine with such powers in tile world. A (IRKUIKR TEMPERANCE IIF: V FIR AGE, far surpassing alcohol in any shape a- a tonic,and it Slight be called LIQUID LIFF., sinee it stimula'es, invigorate* and regulate* digestion, nutrition, seen ti on,excretion ,r« ^oration, amt all the functions whereby lite i* maintained— we literally take it vitality in #|t<toti*f til. It is not too much to a*sert that the equal of Vinegar Hitters «l**e* not eaist, mil no count-erpait or compound with similar virtues has ever bien known. CALIFORNIA, is remarkable for nothing t lae.vvmild In- immortalized by the production of tile medicinal traits, root# and herb* of which this Hitter* i* componed. Vt un of them u* -d by the Imb in* and (he medu a1 pro!, ssmn iii the treatment of chill* and fevers, rheutratism, catarrh, consumption, neur. Ig a, head ac be H liver coittpiai if, kidney d *ea.*« , iaun-due, gout, piles,bods, skin disease*. Ac , Ac .too numerous to mention, hut easily understood when the action of che Hitters on the vital function* iv remembered. 'The discovery wa* partly accidents! but the prevent PERFECT BITTR118 IS THE RESULT OF BUI FINCK. Million* of sufferers hsve grstefuHv ami gl idly endorsed,during the past quartet of a century, the wonderful sue ce*.** ut thi* JTIKNOMENAL TONIC <*F THE WORLD. In order to m< et every probable demand, two formulas of the same ingredients are now pu up. TMK OLD STYLE is HT UONG KR, SLIGHTLY BITTER, AFD MORE CATHARTIC. THE NKW STYLE. PLEASANT TO TUB TAUTE, ANO EX PHK**!. Y SHUTED TO DELI CATE WOMEN AXD CHILDREN REMEMBER. There is no ilUeave of low vitality, 'debility ot luuctious, or nervous prostration t .r w hit h VINEG AR BITTERS IS NOT Cl KATI VR, and its singular power over the lower organisms renders it the unplscah e toe of THE DEADLY MICHO AND OMNIPRESENT BACTERIA in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, inertial disr ase*, rite,, ann %o grca: tv it* power a* a germicide that it is an UNEQUALLED VERMIFUGE. A hook Cou’d Ive written of it* v irtue*, jmu! an inlier <>l testimonial*, hut it is only necessary lo rem. tuber us general action upon the liver, blood, tirain and nerve*, to realize u* u*c in h uuvjorily ortho ills I lint It*** Ii I# heir (is anil th.ti no family »!iotii«l ever Im* wit bout u Intl I Ic of OLD AND NKW STYLE YIN KCI AK BITTERS IX THE HOUSE. Send for oui Ladies’ bouk. Addre** r. ii. Mcdonald drug to, New York. II ULING. such tis blank-lsmks, ledgers, and k L. *"* I kind# of blank# done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second st. Rudolph moi.dfimlu kh, Cur. Tlnnl and BuflaloSta., Dealer in r.ranite, Marble, Flagging and Build'i.g Stone. Call on ms before buy tug your side-walk. I > ISLEV A CO., IU    7 and » F.ast Front street. W’hisky, M ines, Brandies. G‘*i.eral Liquor Store for Family Use. U OKERT M'KAY, ,    Lion street, near the depot Koan ling. Sale, F'et*d and Livery stable. Sui bb ag by the day or week on reasonable terms. I > EID, J. W., IU    134 Onter street Dealer In Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of first class makes of Pianos and Farrand A Votey Organa Drunkenness Or the Liqvor Habit, Positively Cured IV ADMIllfTHIBO Bt. HAIIIS’ OOLDEB SFtC.FtC. It can he given in a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tides of food. without the knowledge of th** j»cr-eon taking it; it Is absolutely Ii annie** ami will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NIVER FAIL8. We GUARANTEE a complete cure In every instance- 4# page book Add re#* In c<MifJd*nce, SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Sac r St.. Cincinnati.O- C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. MB MAIN NT., BUFFALO, N. Y. DEALER IN I AKB ani EWM Clock*. Silverw are, I .cat her Good*. Eke, EKG RA VI K(i, GOLD J SIL I KH PL A TI KG SJAM J. GIFFORD. SOI Centra! Are. (Up *.    *1*1 r*), General Insurance and Reel Estate bf v^lr«.Life, Aocidect, and Live Stock airH'IK1"’1'011 3n * huyin* A COMPLETE LINE DF HOLIDAY GOODS, WALKS’ I’OiTLAIMTY. IT IS SERVING A GOOD PURPOSE IN POLITICS AND SOCIETY. Ttie Prince ct# u# a Point of Convergence lief ween the Lib*- mb and Tories. l-or<l HnimIoIpli < bureliill’# Second Letter 4 renting Dl*r<* *mM»ii— 'I r. GI:id«totie Iiidoi-ne# Andrew Carnegie’# % lews. in rn in mid attempt to break up the |vrf<»rni»nce. At iea*t xj a man who all* j;*** that lh* I>euv tile hired him to organise the gang ha* sworn in the polk** court. H* , says Ile Leuville paid for tickets for about twenty men and gave bim tiionay to buy I bent drink* afterward. Kelly has charged De Leuville with insUgating, inciting and pnsninng a riot, ami if bs is convicted he may i* imprisoned, it came out rn th*course I of the examination that Lie Leuville had lured the same body of men to applaud acme doggerel of In* that was produced af th# Empire. ! I..i I .aXtPi a? I I fjas I . cr t La mmiaa. WH kv#a#s mil (Tri ,urtk f Ksa Fir.hung factions. JEFFERSON DAVIS’ TUNER NL CAUSING TROUBLE AMONG THE VETS. lh* l>*nvide, by lite way, ha* outgrown the London, Jan. « —The continued and ever- I ’•u**p»'fon ■*» Lved under in New York, that grow ing |«>pu!arit v of the Prince of W ale* is ***’ wore stays. He is now much larger alsmt evidenced by the variety and ennnenoeof the t,‘f* "I'domen than the cheat, and lie affect* visitors who have recently accepted Iii* Iii# ** of white hair after tile romantic man pitaiity fit San Iringharn. Among other* en- n**r ^ butler, only that L#j Idaville # iv tertained by tie* prince la*t week were Sir composed of white silk Woven into his capil-Clutrbw Russell, Arnold Morley, Henry ary gr owth. Fowler «n«l other Lil» ral »neml#*rs of p.arba    death    ok    a Ka MOU ti oriental. meut. It *t. buf>]#*n*iI that the*- |>romiiieiit All .Sing, the ino*t famous C*liin*‘*e out of Gindstornan* arrived a* an Mfuuiiy prominent the flowery kingdom, wax called to his party of the political ©Plament* were de fatfier* last week. He ta th* original of the parting, among the latter Isling Ixrd ll irt j Chinese opium joint k**q**r in ‘‘The .Mystery mg ton. L>rd Itnadolph Ciiumhiil an I Sir j of Rdwiu DrtMsI,** Dieken’* unconipleteii Henry James. The unique psnlson of the pi iice a# a social and pobtx-al lei rnioiuzer i* novel. Ah Sing dad iii ja»vertv. amt al though he ba* been a bad man in bi* day, he not witnout value a* nu influence iii public' passel away in grn<*e. Ile leave* a widow. affair* I LORD OHURrniLLTI SECOND RIO. I zor i llaudolph Churchill's second Ie ter on the eight hour quest ion is attracting quite a good deal of at'.am on and I* regarded 'n a variety of ways by t* h different section* of {Mibtteiun*. Tfu* rn im#: era generally regard ( it a* a rather wild bid for popularity ami power; but iii Tory circles of I.*** responsibility the letter u otherwise inb-rpreUsL In j I sit idol i he cond ton* of labor are essen Dally different from ilios*- winch obtain in j any of ti»egr«**it town* of tho >hirth It I* 1 not the rule here for men to work in con-1 junction with great investment# in rn .'chin cry. Thi* leN*.‘u# the amount of op|*i*itiou Irian (Miwerful capitalists to be encountered ( here, a# coiii|iare<l with most other English cine* iii regard to the eight hour plan. Lord Randolph Churchill i* evidently counting on this fact in his attempt to commit the < ‘on-servnfive candidates iii Isindoii to a |se-ition on the tailor question which will give them the sitp|#»rt of ninny followers of the Social-I i*t .iohii Burns and luke the wind out of til* Mill* of the advanced Ll I a* rain. ( Iii Die otii r h md. howevsr, tie*re i* quite a strong party iii the working class who are af iii id of tile eight hour system, liecaiis** tliev fear it will involve reduet ion iii pny or alsdiUon of overtime. 1‘iiifuily enough men can lie found wlioura working ait average of sixty-eight bouts a week, yet who pr<»te*t j against a proposal to lessen their jierioi of j work. They can hardly Isl blamed, however, for their fears, Mince disinterested aud an English woman of till year*, who say# that ilia la»t day# were exemplary, a* he pa**ed the tiiue,oti Christmas relining tile Bude and singing hymn#, aud on the Sunday l«fore Ilia • lentil wa* w ith difficulty restrained from going to church. It should not lie imagined that because Ah f8mg g ive up the bu*in.*** opium .smoking is dying out iii \*axion, tin the contrary there are more }ieo|de now using the drug than ever, aud ll few holist*, have l>een esftthiislied in Die West End for fashionable #• suety that J addicted to the oractu'e. A HONK KOR C:ON VALESCKNTH An anonymous dooor bas given £100,0is> to establish a convaleacent home for tile lien clit of the london |##»r. lie rightly hold# that w hen a patient has gone through a severe Bine** in a hospital it is only invttlng a •eraai* return of disease to semi him or her back to the iwpiulid home Iiebire having a full ne a*,ire of strength It. is nqs»rted that the pm.eely donor I* the Duke of Westminister, but those who know him tmst doubt it TMK KT KI KE fig* HTKIKK. The ga* stoker# are making their final effort. 'I liey have failed to intsreit the northern .me# in their cause aud they are now *eekmg to bring out the sailor* aud tireneai working aisiard coal ship*. To a slight ex tent they have succeeded t»ut the pilu# have again *t< p|H*i iii to prevent undue intiiui<ia-tion, aiel Die strikei* are fMMiiid to tie tieaten ngam. The company makes a* much ga# now a* th v used to with tile    build*    The i ’ | .    M ’ . . .    „r . i ..    union    ha* been l»eoten point    after point and leui ne«I i» liticnl econ on lists are by no rn* in* . ,    • _     »    .    ,    _    .    .    ..i    ..    |    ,    punlic    ot’itiion continue* against it. agre**! a* to wlmt effect a Compulsory eight- *    *    ** 304 MAIN STRKET, Opposite Iroquois lintel. bourlaw wouli have u|«»n wag***. At all event* Mr. John Burn* Ila*, within a few day#, iiitiuiati*! to the Liberal leader# that the Tories are ready to concede ail that the Foci.ii i.*t * de ma lid on tin* (mink GLADSTONE AND UA RN Kl. IE. rT!x Mr. Gladstone ha* bcccwne deejjy inter e*t(*I in Andrew Carnegie’s ideas concerning the duties* • f wealth, a- wet forth in a regilt article in Iii** North American llevi(*w. Mr. Gladstone, in a letter to the Fall Mall (iu-cctte, say# he agr*#** with Carnegie in nearly everything tlint he affirm# and recommends, and his (Gladstones) main reservation is prompted by Carnegie’.* language r«»sisH*ting the endowment of Stanford university. Gladstone savs ho ha.. Home doubt.* as to sh* I her large endowments of place# of learn lug do not raise the market price of the higher education, which they aim at lowering. “I must add, he say*, “that Ute growing tendency to the dissociation of universities a* such from religion ti*#*# not alwite but cuban***# tile force of all such consideration* as have suggested ray lnnguugeof reserve.” Mr. Gladstone concludes: “I now come to an important addition which I (thouI I like to attach to tile gosfwd of wealth. I see n<i reason why, iii the list of admissible aud desirable object* for the dedication of fund*, we are not to include their direct dc! ice Dun to the service and honor of God. The motley sp ut in the erection of our cathedrals an I our great cbu re he*#, hardly inferior to cathedral*, ha# l**en large and has in my opinion l/eeii very well laid out. What I have *as*I as to the endowment of offices and places ba.* some application to th** great province* if religion: butajiart from this and apart from the marvellous and noble works, Mieh ca* h** I rn Is, the institution# of religion and the work* of devotion, learning, mercy aud utility e*Miueoted with it are numerous and diversified. Religion is a giant with a hundred hambi, whose strength, however, is not for rapine but f*>r use. AN ENG!JKH AMKKIUAN V,'RODINO. The marriage of Miss Clara Bigelow, the younger daughter of John P. Bigelow of Lindon, form* rip of Washington, to Kdward Kau vol Powers, son of the Rev. Mr. Powers of Newburgh, N. Y., is announced f<»r next we**k. S*mie imf#*i taut change# have l»e**n made iii tile staff ot th** London Hers I* I tin* we**k. Johii O. Reid and Joseph Hatton liave retired from tile (taper ami l>)iiis J. Jennings has bown jdietsl ui control. James t’reel-inan of tl»*i New York Herald lias arrived to a»*i't Jennings as new* edibtr. Mr. Reid, whose health I* not good, will sjieml tile winter in Africa, and ex|#H'U to arrive in New York iii May. Edward Lloyd, tile famous london tenor, starts for America on March 15. ami will hi tig iii tie* United States and Canada. All »h« champion tikafers in the Amsterdam tournament are rejected to be ailing witll la grip}**. Th** |m#*f Gahn is seriously ill at Br«**lau. A hot spring, whose water has valuable medicinal pr< j«*rti*-#. lias lieiai discovered on the shore of    Garda, ou<* of the most p*‘pillsi of Italian resort*. tbs C» rn lid Arni Men XA ho Didn't Attend It snd Those Who Did are Oimrreling. The Negroes Take Adv intake of the Disonter, Grg ionize rn Lost an*! are Admitted New Orleans, Jan. 6—The trouble here in the ranks of the Grand Army of tile Re public, growing out of the J< fferson Davis funeral, ha* assumed a new shape and pr*e dui"♦#I ini(M>iLant resuitn C«pL Jacob Gray, listfict coniman*Ier, wanted tho Grand Army to accept the invitation of the Ihivis funeral comoiittee and (tarticqiate in the funeral parade. Tile advisory Council, however, ref use! to take any action, but Capt. Gray anil Gen. Badger, l»oth member* of the Grand Army, acted ae pall bearer#, and some of the otte r nleadier* turii(*d out iii the parade. The affair created some fi*eling IU ’he association, anti Capt Gray wa* subjected to a great deal of criticism both here nixing Du- local bulge* as wail a# in the North tor tile p stilton ho took. A nurnlier of l<#*al Grand Army men now charge Capt. Gray w ith retaliating on them to tile injury of the order by bringing up the negro question again and by opening the useociution to colored si ‘blier#. There are JU,UDD colored Union soldier* in th** tlepsirt-i net it of winch Capt. Gray i# commander, which include# the states of Missi-sqqii and I/oui#iana, and for teu year# they have 1s*hii trying to get into the Grand Army. They appealed to the then district commander here, and again to the gland commander, hut without Mil* via 'Hew appeal met with p«»r*i*t(<nt opptantion !•>• tile Grand Army pouts of N«*w (ii leans, and resulted in no action on tbs part of the supreme authorities. Th* negro*-* had about given lip all idea of i JKaM i u ig this ret#‘gin I ion when, strange to #ij, the funeral of Jefferson Davis opened the Grand Army to th«‘in. This i# at least tho view that the negro**, and m«e*t of the Grao*i Army men take, for they say that the action of Cai*. Gray, in (air mi (ting the organ ixat ion here of a negro |mtat, wa# in retaliation for the manner in which he hod been treated by his brother members. However that may lie, ('apl. Gray inform*#! Die negr***# a few day* ago that Diey in mid organize a post and tie would admit it to th** ortkr, and hi# action iii this matter met with the approval of Gen. Alger, grand commander, when ho was here lust week. The colored voter atis blok ad van togo of the offer at once, sud a colored p#t ha# now been ad l**d to the Ginn I Army of 1/oiiismna. This ha* caused some Lading among tho other G. A. It. men, a* a majority of them wore opp »*s| to allowing tile negroes admission to their order. There are about WI,HOO colored veteran# in I/o:ii#taua an<l Mississippi. It is thought this will Im followed by the organization throughout this district of colored pmtM, placing the negr*»e# iii an overwhelming majority of at lead thirty to one in tho organization of tin* state. AFTER THE HOLIDAY RtCESS. A Severe (Lite. London, Jan. 6.—A severe storm prevailed throughout Great Britain yesterday, causing considerable damage to several punts. The gal*- extended soma distance off c**ast, and a numls'r of wrecks are reputed. The Frot-estnnt churel! at Birr, Irelaixl, wa# sliattere l by a stroke of iiglitniiig. They Don’t Favor a Strike. London Jan. ti.—A vote ha* l**en taken by the employes of Scotch railway line# on the ten-hour question. Tile result show# that a inaj«»i ity of Hie men are Opposed to a strike, and in favor of a conference with the manager# with a view to relief from excessively I should wish to I lo,'K periods of work. bring its claim, prop»rnonate, and therefor* large, under the consideration of the open ! banded aud epen minded pliilnnthrapist.** MR. STEAD'S f.ATKST V UN TU HK. Death* from Intlnenr.a. Berlin, Jan. ft.—Many *i«vith# are occurring from infliieriz'U Anx*ng tile prominent ...    ..    .    ..    .    ... ttersons afflicted with the disease in a serious Mr. Stead * n?*w Review of Review* will be 1    ...    „    ..... .....    .    .    ..    e    torin are th < I rineess Bismar* k and Louncil- •ucd on ii* xt Wednesday, an edition of 50,-    .    ,, „.r    ,    ,    I* *r    von    KotU*uburg. U Is-n.g under way. I he new* |ieri<HiicMl is    ;    6 Issued OOI what its name im|*iie*. 'Hie artic!**# in th** first i.-SU*' arr* simply reviews of other mags line article#, with Stead’# opinion thereon. Tf:e frontispiece is a pirtrait of ll. ll. John ►ton, the young Engl.sh consul, who i# di*^ porting himself iii Central Africa, with an autograph reading: "A souvenir iii case I get killed pictur mpiely in Africa.” Tile first page# of th** Review are devoted to foe simile autographs from men of such diverse political views as Gladstone and Balfour, Da vitt mid .Salisbury, I ,a tam chere an! Clturchiil, with th«»s«» of Teniiy son, Froude, Huxley, aud a score of others, all acknowledging the ne-remily for such a publication as Stead has intnsluced. The articles r»>vi.*wed include several from Die North A merit a i Review. and others from the Atlantic, Harper’#, Th.* I in Grin Drifted. I/ON don, Jan. ft. —Tho steuin-.hip Umbria, for N*-w York. ha-. is#**i delayed at (Jtieens-towti t*> ii*; air a break in h*-r uia*'bincry. A 'Ii*‘-ing > r«*'l Turns Up. San Franuiscm, Jan. ii.—The Merchants’ Exchange report# tile disable I steamer State *; California as tieing two mile* off shore atxi ii cling for the harbor in tow of a tug isnt. <\ iisid* rabic apprehension ha* been felt here oi to the fate of the ves#*d, site having i»*ei» •>e\* ral day* ovenlue from Astoria and Fort-ifii; I, Tlx-vessel’# shaft had been broken .n i »lie carrxsI HW p'i s<*ji*. llt*hop OsMgsr Kick. Fort Wayne, Jeu. (I—Bi simp Dwenger of the Fort Wayue Catlioiic dioceaa*. who ha* Bcnbnei *, Forum and Joseph Ox*k’*' Our | »«« suffering trout a severe cold for several Dav. Ill a review of “Why I Am an Agnos tic,*’ HUwd calls Degerm>11 a ciiri«»us amalgam of Henry Ward Beecher and Mr. Rradlnugh. A unique feature of The Review of ’Reviews is the confessional established at the end. Btead invite* “any among ii* readers who feel n craving for counsel, sympathy and the consolation of pairing out their sou’* grief,' and who “reject pru^tiy guidance, bill long for friendly counsel" t<> ai‘ply to him aud he will endeavor to arrange matter* for them. DE LUU VILLE M AKES A SENSATION. Manlius de lyuvnle, who, sin**® bi* rejeo tiou by Mrs. Frank T/Os!»e in N**w York, ha-lieen creating a spectacular impression in 1/omlon, ha* just nmnageil to g-1 himseit into the p.bce court uixier the allspices ot Manager Kelly of the Princess’ theatre. On the last Saturday of November tile melodrama called “The Gold Craze,” by Brandon Thomas, author of several successful rime dies, was brought out at the Princess*. The play was l»ad, it must lie admitted, but the audion*#1 at the time were much puzzled to account for the apparent virulence of the men who hi".«d it, since Thomas is very popular. ]*hndcni*Mtiuiii reigned during a f resit part of the performance, insomuch that it was often imp*'.- hie t J hear the voices of the actors The villain of “The Gold Craze,” who commits tw > or thi-ee crimes in each act, w as named Marquis de Fietirville, aixl wa* gotte n up in imitation of De Leuville. It uow app*ars that D** 1^* uvilie got wind of this impersonation and hired a gr.ng of nuu for two nightt lays, was Friday taken with pneumonia, winch assumed un aloutung phone au*i a coo-sultation of pliysicians was held. They de c.de-i that while the bisiiop is in a critical ckmhIi ion there are strong lunies for his re co very. _ Sniebb* el a Justice of Hic Peace. Baltimore, Jan ft—A Sjieeial from Fredericksburg, Va., says: William L Wilson, a prominent and pro-p.*r«»u» citizen of this county, ann for many y.ars justioe of the peace, committed suicide Hat unlay by sh*s>t-ing himself in the heart, lie was G5 year# old.    _ Caused by Electric Light Wire*. New Yon*, Jan. ft—The building No. lift Nassau street was damaged to til# extent of about #10,(i*<0 yesterday by a the win-h tile |K>Iice report t“ have been caused by a*lefect-ive electric light w ire. Mattley, dealer in railroad supplies is the chief loser. the Present Week in Conure**—A Di#-c ti md of i of the IUr«' Oiiestion. TVAKlltNUTOW, Jan, ft—It will take c*>n-gress almost the whole of the present week to get down to busiii**** again. The sea ate will take up the current of affairs more quietly an*] more naturally than the house. There may I#* a resumption of the Brazilian discussion. A (piantitv of executive business will <ioubtles# tie dnpisedof aud a day wnll bo flx**i—pr*>t*at>ly iii the near future— for a dist*uviion of the race question between Senators Butler and Ingalls. An effort will lie mad** at an early day to put through bot h house** the bill establishing a form of government in Oklahoma. On the hon mc sid«* of the capitol, the ways mid means committee w dl continue it# hear mg# on the tariff and the hulk of interest will attach to them. Very little will bo done during the areek, except to organize the committees appunUsl just prior to tho recess adjournment and possibly to tiegin the discussion of th** report of the committee on rule* Homo fear i# expressed on the Demo ‘ratio side that an effort will lie ma le to tbs fs#»e of the contested election ca#*-# on a par tisHii I ms is t**fore tile rules are adopted. The committee on rules is not ready to make a report and may not tie ready this week. Tile debate on the rules will probably t>e protracted. UNCLE SAM TO TAKE CHARGE. I. Y. D. Hardenhcrgli Dead. Brooklyn, Jan. ft —Ex-Tax Collector L. V. D. Hard cube rgb died in this city Hatur-•lay of consumption. Mr. Har*lenbergh, w ho was 07 years of age, ha* tieen prominent in busine#* and political circle# of Bnx>kly n for many years. I-« Grippe Catch** the College Itoys. Baltimore. Jan. ft—Over half the students ut toe John# Ho]tkuiK university ar* nearly sneezing their heads off. Several days ago the grippe visited them snd it has been steadily increasing until now. The Contract With the Emigration Com nilM»loiiers to he Rene I tided. New Yore. Jan. ft—The World’s special from Washington says: “It is safe to predict that S(*cretary Win-doni w ill rescind Hie exisUng contract with the emigration commissioner# of New York stat*. Bolicitoc of tile Treasury HefJairn, wh*> was detail***! by the *eer»-tary to investigate the practical workings of the existing system of supervision of emigration, has sule nutted an exhaustive report on the #ubj**et, in which it is understood he tak*-# strong ground against tile present system aud ad vise# it# a im/gat i« *n. “This re|#»rt ha# Iss-n l#*f*>r»* the #ecr**tary for »mi(i time, and a prominent official of the iepartm*ut, who is iii u p>sitiou to know, •*ai<l that it w>t« very (irotmbie Dust the secretary would rescind Die present contract on tlw* strength *d Solicitor Hepburn*# retort, md tile treasury *»*-(>art mont would take tctiva charge of tile emigration question itself. Kit lei.Ie of mu I ak now ii Man. Washington, Jeu. ft.—A roan ats>ut SU year# of age, who I eg is un*, a at the Tremont bou*e totuutday night as John Hmith of Washington, Pa., was found lying dead in his room yesterilny with a revolver by hi# si ie ami a bullet rn bis brain. Both the name and piece of reside!ice entered on the botel register ar© suppose I to be fictitious, as telegraphic inquire*# sent to Washington fail to tiring any response of identity. Oil* bun-dr*d ami sixty-eigiit dollars were found in in# pockets, aixi from the memoranda of ex-(/eirse# he is #up|>o#ed lo have been a travel mg s-dettman for some commercial bouse. The Valu* of Bring l’r«pared. Berlin. Jun. ti.—The Boreen Courier says that at the New Year's reception lo th* general* of the army the emperor took (tam# to impress upon th# officers the duty of striving to keep the army in a constant state of the highest and most effective preparation. They should study all the new inventions aud improvement# in the science of warfare, such a* smokeless powder etc. Johnstown Infected. Johnstown, Pa., J go. ft.—Dr. George W. Wagoner, I* xvi I member of the state board of health, says there ar© from IDJ to 500 cases of Influenza in Johnstown. A number of the cases are serious. Joe Donaghiie neats the Record. Minneapolis. Jan. 6 —Joseph Donaghu* at th* Palace rink last night skated Ave miles in 17 min. 8 sec. This bents the best previous world’s record by nine seconds. A NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION. John L. Kullir ir* Sat# Ile Will Relit« After Du* store Eight. New York. Jan. i —John L Sullivan, in an interview with a World report* r, Haul: “I have. after considerable ildiberat ion, arrived at the conclusum that tlvre n no money in fl'hting, for me at l**a*t, and after one more glove contest I #h*dl retire permanently from the business, I shall never light with bare knuckles again, for law breaking is d'*ei«l»*dly unprofitable. Just see the Mi**i'*ippl affair. Kv. TV body til ‘light I made a ton of money out of it, but a* a matter of fact I lost motley. To lie sure I got several th'iiiMand dollars for my share, a# in web in fact a* I could have expected, lait after deducting from Dint amount mv training arui other t-xpeiiacs growing out of the fight I tin I that the balance in on th# wrong st*Ie of the l<*ig©r. I shall leave for Mississippi ■ Dint th# first week in February aud I know I shall lie fairly treated. “All tin# tulk aGiut Jackson accepting my challenge is the veriest b*»#h. Why, I hsv« never challenged him. nor have I ever beard a word from President Fulda saving that ha bad sent a telegram to Boston. Kvery day I see something in lh* uew*pn|.ier# about a fight between Jackson end myself. According to th** late#! report# we are matched and the article* of agreement ar© ready to Li Signed. I have absolutely ^ ii*! nothing hIncR the match except announcing im willingness to box Jackson. After my Mississippi affair is sen bs i I will me«‘t Jackson at the Urtlif*»r-uia Athletic club with glove*, provuliug that organization will make ll an ob joe t. lf the club fad# to put up a suitable purse then I ►hall «juit the bus*ii<-ss anyway. Til# newspaper* have berm making a gr**xt time over this contest and they s-*«*m    t*>    know    more atxiiit it ttian I do. but I shall never beak the law# of any state again as long as I iivo by lighting. “Glove * sin tests answer the jfnirpo#** ju-t its well an*I Die law countenance* tbcs* exhibitions. I exjMs*t to remain in New York for a few days ami tlx*ii I slmil go Iwwk to Boeton, lait I would lx* glad to hav* Th* \Y or kl print the stab-merit that I ain going to rest on my oar# after one more encounter with gloves, mind you.” Sullivan looks vv ll and feels, as he *>*• prc#s*sit. “like a king.” it is I:k-*>v that he will engage in bli*iIX-ss m Ibis my after his return from tile South. One of his intimate friend* bas practically wee ared the leas** »>f a magiiilicent cafe, locatrsl on a popukir ii|*-town thoroughfare, ami it is moi** than likely that the champion will be iiiHtalhsl iii tin# establishment The plaia* is txlinirahly l*s-ate*i, aud there is not the slightest *l<»»il*t that the lag fellow will I#* successful as a lim if ace. The ila’a of the ojeniiq «le-|>didH entirely upon the Missis?.ippi courts. Mike •Sullivan, th# big fellow s brother, ha# returiMsl to lx>#t«m. TERRIBLE WEATHER. A Steamer Consp*!!**! to E-e Part **f lier < argo tart uel. PRILADEI.FHIA, Jan. ti—The terrible weatiler exfieriems *1 by th** Norwegian steamer Har old llaafager, which has arrivisl hen-. caus*sl her to run short of fuel ami necessitated her burning a [tori ion of lier cargo, a* well as topmost# and riggmg, to enable her to reach Die Delaware ca}#** in safety. Sh** l**ft PralKtlengo, a port iii Java, ninety-three days ago for Philadelphia, with a cargo of sugar iii Intake!#. Moderate weatherworn met witli until after passing Gibraltar, when she wa# struck by a sue ts*#sioji «»f gale# mid hurricanes blowing from northwest lo southwest, (-ausing the sea# to continually sweep tire docks, ami washing all movables into Die sea. On Iks* ii! the coal gave out, afu-r which all h Mute planks w. r>* used for fuel. The main-topmast and yards, the for-topmast and u lifeLmt were next fwi to th** furnace to mal* -steam. Kven tin# proved msulHcieiit, and the only D*s*»urrs* was to us* the cargo, twenty-four ItasKet# of winch were thrown to the flam*-#. After reaching tire cap-*# tie* steamer wa* supplied w ith coal by tho tug Volunteer, whicii a## is tel her in reaching her dock. FRENCH CANADIANS. They Protest Against the Declaration of the f'athollc i ongres*. Fall River, Masa, Jan. ti.—Yesterday afternoon Die i.igue *!*•# Patriot*#, a Iloiiri.sh-iug French-( ana*ban organization, bel*) a meeting, the prima (tai object of winch wa# to express their opposition to the attitixie of the Catholic congress re*vntiy hel*l in Baltimore, w inch said that “National society-#, Mi h, have no |Ja»v iii the Catholic char* b.” Ca na* 11 ans feel that* this declaration w-«s e*.(#*cial!y «lart(sl ut them ami their societies which foxier a different language and different race |»*culi.*rity. The) consider th** deciaiatimi a forerunner of some decided stand the church authorities may take iii the future against French Canadian (SMigrcga turns who always desire cl**rgym©u of theii own nationality. The meeting was od* I rowel by Hon. H. A Dubixpie, representative in th*- state legisla tare, expressing Strong opposition to th** declaration of lh-- congress. The addresses were enthusiastically received. FOH THE SOLDI FRS’ GOOD. AN EXPLAN<mON OF THE TEI N SYSTEM.” CAN- Xiljt. Den. Keltnn May* It I# Designed for th* Benefit of th* Moldier and XXIII Eventually Si per**dr (he Post Tinder It* Siiecrxsfnl Operation In the Annie* of Kit rope. W A8HI NC. TDN*, Jan. ft—The nv*ent Introduction of the “canteen” system into th# army, and th# announcement that th# post trader* who## calling is thereby endangered, and iii some install*-## #up©r#eded, ar# nUmt to make common cause bef*>re emigre##, has • -allod public attention to a *ubj«*-t that is fraught with the highest, importance to the army. Ho little is known, however, to the uniuiatml, aud so brite meaning t# (srnveyed by th# t«*riii “canteen" to th# nonmilitary mind, that th# following statement from Adjt. Gen. Melton *snus»rning th# system will In* of interest. Gen. tv* lteMi way#: “Th** canteen system of th# British army is now regilded as among tin* most important factor# of the administration Un ii# present I nisi# it I# in effect th# cooperative store of the regiment. Tiler# i#«a wet i-antt-en aiel a dry canteen. Th# f<Tiller is (•Tactically th# club room, amt is fitted up with a library ati*l reading room, a room for game* and other# feu* refreshments; for all which privilege# the a tidier pay# a monthly subscription of ” (xMn-e. 'rile hill of fare is of large variety, ami the charges #x<s<ediMgiy low; a cup of coff.#* a half a punny; a penny for t»>n, coooa, or cii*Ms»late or a boiled egg, a (lint of soup or a herring; for J pen**# Ii# may re-*vive a plate til ham and egg, or liv*»r, <j» liver ami bacon, if Ii# *l»-sir»-s to purcttase in large quantities he may procure cooked lacon l*>r IO (#*n«*« a pouiul, bam for a shilling mid J pm iou, and «‘ahhag« f*>r H ponce. “Tb# dry canteen is th# sam# a# the pwt trad -r’s store iii our Bervie*, but where all article* of general merchandise are sold at rate# slight I >• ex*-ee*bnq the e*i*t. Tlx*s*i are managtsi by a colts#*XU*# of officer* ami mal-comm ism!* Hied officer#, under the sujstv islon of til# (Hiinmamiaiit; there is a treasurer, an accountant aud a steward. Everything is >old for cash, ami the money is lodged daily iii tile ituuk, the anmunt of profit# averaging some #‘J,lMMi a year to each regiment. Of these profits every fMinny g*#*s for th# h#rtefU *if the soldier, in #u|>plying extra dinner#, I a)id's ami ganu*s for th# club room, (tnz**# f<T the regimental sjK>rt# ami dishes for th** messes “In short, the **anteeu is among th# most iin|MTtant f**atur**# of garrison life in Europe. In the French ami German armies th# system is ii«>t so thorough as iii England, butin ail th* co-operative features is periiiHitout, and all aru lintier military supervision “Practically, this is th# cantoon #ystain which is now bang introduced into our army and which liny ultimately #u|H*r#eda Die (Mist trailer »yst-iii, not because th# latter is a #|M*cial mark for Uisaf>proval, but lie caus# til * cant*-ell Is for the lienctit **f the soldier ami I*#-ause the two systems nie irr#-ctKicibable ’* NO TRUTH IN IT. Henry XX'.    Kseroitor. Atlanta Ga, Jan ti—Mr. Claik Howell bas lxs-n clio#! n t>v tixj stock lie], ier* of The Constitution Publishing ** *!iij>any to succ*##! tlx* late Henry \V. Gr#*lv a-, managing »#li-tor. Mr. Howell was iortncrty night editor, ami has for the last year Iss-n assistant t*i Mr. Gra*iy as managing editor. As much of Mr. Gradv*s tim# ha# U-**ii devoted to public matters. Mr Howell has been closely idciiti fie.! with Die niaimgenieiit of the pajicr. II** is a graduate of th# University ot Georgia, •and wa# twicn a mem1>er of the state legislature. Ile is 2ft year# of ag© aiel served bis j*H»rnali#tic apprenticeship on tlx* New York Times and Philadelphia Pre##. Capt,. Evan P. Howell ami Mr. VY. A. Hemphill are still at the Ixibn a# editor-in chief aud huxinesH manager respectively. Mr, ( levelantl Denies That ll# XX ill Ite-I.iller Railroud Politics. New Yore, Jan. ti.—Th# Bun ye#t»*rdny (•Tinted a di#|iat«-h from A Hinny in which it wa# slated that ex-Prmiduiit. devein ii I hud mud** Ii;# re entrance into railroad |Mibtics in the Hosted rapid trnnsit bill; that he prole ably drew up lh# bill with th# ass is ta ne# of others, nod also intimated that he would Im* on# of th# five commissioners named in th# bill. Tim attention of Mr. Cleveland whs ailed to this** slat* im-nta Ii* Maid: “Thor* is absolutely no trotii in th# report. I ha*! tot heard of it mil ii last night. Now, I want -ny to you, for th# Itenetit of all th* gentlemen of the pre##, that it is uncles# for you to e*»in# way up to investigate any stories I’li# Sun may publish, for there will Im* no truth in them, in nil probability. “Of nil the newspapers in the world fix* New York Sun is the on# toast likely to find out anything <*f my plan# for the future and it ha# known mighty little of my plans in th# pn#L Several storm# have been publish**! la The Hun lately which have caused rn* some annoyance. One wa# to Die eflVct that I wa# ai*-nit, to leave town, amt several gentlemen called here hit# ut night to asnortaiu ii# truth. No, I will say again, there i# not on# word of truth iii the stat* men ta mad** thai I am connected with th* Husked rapid transit WIL” _ Murdered Two N«gr«t*-*. Spud (/FJELD. VT**., Jan. ti.—A street fight occurred lier# Saturday, in which two men veiv shot and fatally wounded. John Hay es, a letter carrier, wa# walking down the main treet with hi# cousin, Mik# linyes. wiieli they met two negroes named Ro bbl n# ami Amterson. Tie Hayes boy# t>rushed [Mist U»e n* groe# roughly and til# latter retaliated by (lushing them off the sidewalk. Mike Hayes then drew bis revolver and fired lhr#** time* at the nog roes. Two of th# tat ll# took effect one passing through tho body of RoUun-aud tho ol IMT jM-net rating the l**ft #:d«* *#f bn llayea Both ni**n were fat lily woiiiid-e*L Mike Hayes wa# drunk at til* time cl ti>e shooting. He was arrested. More Railroad Men Strike. Mattoon, lit, Jan. ti. — Freight traffic ceased Saturday morning on the Pe<iria and Evansville loud, th# conductors, brakemen and yard men striking in sympathy with their fellow workmen on the other Blackey lines in Indiana Two car# of live stock were nieved from Toledo to Mattoon Saturday evening by a special train iii charge of th# yard crew. Many of the men protested against th** strike on this line, a# there wa# not til# least grievance on their part and some are dis(io#ed to go to work. President .Mackey ha# *nvited a committee from this city to meet k.rn and committees from the other line# in Evansville to-day to discuss th© situation. Mina Influenza Victim*. New York, Jan. ti.—Nine deaths from la grippe were reported to th# coroner’# office yesterday. Most of the deaths occurred in cheap lodging houses or in the tenement house districts. A Toot of Know iii Hall tax. HALIKAx, Jan. 6.—Til# heaviest snow storm of th# winter set iii yesterday. There wa foot of sno\v on the ground now, atxi it is sui! snowing. Kohl to an EtigUnti Kyndfrxt*. Milwaukee, Jan. ti. — Tho Angus Smith system of elevators, “A," “ii” an*I Inca to I on the south si Ie, were Saturday #*>1-1 to an English syndicate. Tile price |>«id i-not given hut is understood to be more than a million dollar#. Their storage capacity i# 2,000,0(MI. Mr. A. K. Hard, a former VHI waukeeaii, who it i# said represents E-igLsl capital iii some other ventures, engineered tho deal. Th# syrnlicat# is tho sam** one that bought breweries in Cincinnati uixi S; racue-some time ugo. Fancy Baskets And FINE WILLOW WARE. < hip Stock in this useful line is very <*oinj>letfN hihI nfPonls nil ti olmntv to gt't just what they neeil iii Basketa Sic. Some Pretty Things Are liprc* in Fancy Face Veiling. Very Choice Pattkknh. The Ribhon Sales I It .ll’I lot up pvtQi after tin* Im>1 itliiym bpPHUBp we've pvpI’V ilfshtiiilf styli* ami color,i|iial* itV and width. Now that (’liristinas is ovt*r we’re making Homo Great Sacrifices IN PRICKS. HOSIERY Is oik* of tho important wtopkn of which we’rt! always head* (plaiters for, and you’re always Kure to he suited. |<rScp the (’entre Marble Fop Stands. ERIE STORE. FEROCIOUS CRUELTY. Mn peri* < liMigr. of lolininrtiilt y Again*! a liitt-tulffut of lit* Poor. I .k xvihton, Mo., Jan (I —Dis* lo# ii rn* have H-#n made relativ# to tho conduct of th* *u--urintendeiit of th# I/#wi«ton poor farm. George W. Modbttry, who ha# 1m*oii for a year mid a httlf superintendent of tim farm, wa* di#*-harg#*l by til# ovnrsaers of th# poor Isnt Monday, and on Thursday wa* ai nwtad ou a warrant <*harging him with appropriating supplies purchased for tho w#e of the city to own (iroilt. Th** house to which h# had u*.ov»**l was #*-ar*-b*«d hixI a largo ((unntity of goods found. Ho is now in jail awaiting n#L Tho moat uorious cbargua mad# against pff«**lhiiry, howovor, are tixsieof cruelty to the ornate# of tho farm, which, if true, will show that i ho trxatmeet of th# poor people there has Ims ii infamous. One coe# reported is that of ('Hphae Vfriglit, who was parUaiiy insane. Ai-cnriling to tlx* story b Jui by th# inmate* a dog vvms set ufion lam which chewed him no Imdiy tlxtt Mr. Madbury did not lake to send for a d< “ tor, but shut Wright up in a room whsr# )m» remained until he died. Mr. Me*l-bui y admit* setting th# dog upon Wright lait s »vs be didn’t nit and to harm tiirn. Another case ta that of Sarah Griffin who woe elm of w#nk mind. For a trifling offense '•he wa# stint into a dark room with lier Lh ids ban*!* offed I//-ho id her, aud was left there on© day ami anight. Tim people nay b**r ens# war** heard ail o«rer th# house. Madbury will prol/ably be arraigned on Mon*lay on Die charge *»f larceny from th# city, hut it i# not certain whether any action will Is* taken against bim on th© charge# of cruelty. DUEL WITH AN AX. Killed by ho Accidental Blow. Wabash, Iud., Jan. ft. — A Unit noon Saturday, William Weaver, a young farmer, aged at/out MU years, wa* instantly killed while cutting timber in Raw Raw township. thin county. A largo tree which Weave! wa# felling crashed against other lives in it# descent, ami th© limb# were drawn back aud then suddenly reJea-M**!. Th# rebound of large l.rnoch (Viugbt Weaver in theforeljend, splitting a bole in hi# skull from which the brain# oozed. He scarcely breathed after Dx blow. Heavy Know Fall in Utah. Ogden, Utah, Jau. ti.—It has been sot.wing her© for tin©© day#. There is more snow ii th© Wasatch »md Sierra ranges than for ten year#. Iii the moon lair.# th© snow is tan and fifteen feet deep. There is no wind or drift lug and the mercury is only a few degree# ladow freezing. In this valley there Las b**©n more snow than for twenty-five year# The storm extend# ah n’ong the line of the Gen-trul Racific railroad to California. The Epidemic lias Them. Ra hee KSB URG, W. Vra., Jan. ti. —La grippe I# increasing here. Editor R. K. Horner of The Sentinel i# reported by bis physicians as fatally *11, and Chief of Police Oil.# confined to iiis room. Henry D. Wenkley of the Kanawha Valley bank died Saturday night of the discase after a short illness. The I it; bt cr# Uh© ti*# XX’capon Alternately XVI 1.1* fatal Itnvu I ti. Ga IN KH VILLE, (m, Jail. ti—At Ping Mountain, iii the Moccasin district, Will Thomason aixi Grant Burrell fell out aU>ufe the ownership of Nome at ill tutis in (.vicsesMicn of the former, and fought with an ax, living the w©a|»on alternately. Thomasson** turn ctune first, and be threw th© ax at Burrell, breaking Die latter*# thumb ami cutting a <overe gush in hts left thigh just above th© km-e. Burrell then seized the w**»(ion in ixith hands, and with bis wlxd# might hiirie*i it at his antag*sii#t, who had by this tim# turned to run, striking him edge for©treat lu th# Imck, just tM»neath one of bi# shoulder bladee, and severing three of bm rd**, entered his lung#. Burrell ran after hi# victim with th© dripping ax uplifted, rind orw*© more sunk It Into his back. Tbomnxson fell nxsrtally woutvled and dieii in a few minuted. A* Burrell #tncta*l th# row, feeling runs strong against, him. He fl.-d to the South Carolina side of the river, whee* h© wa# se-cretad hy his relative*. At night he return#*l to hi# home, where he whip;xxi hi# wife until sh© wi.s aluxtst <1**a*l, boca*tse he ha«l heard th it sh-condemner! th© murrl>T of Thomaston. He lb»*n recro###d the river and defies arrest. Death of Dr. Kbenczer Dodge. Utica, N. Y., Jan. 6—Dr. Kb#n#z#r D'«Lrc, president of Madison university wince I‘GS, died at bis bom* in Hamilton yeatar-loy, aged TO year*. Ho wa* ill but a short time. Death wo# caused by peritonitis. Dr. Do*lg# wa# on# of th* most eminent divines and scholar* of the Baptist denomination in America. He was widely known, and bis death is regarded as a groat loos to tbs insti-i tu I ion of which he wss the head. Goods AT (’OST at Monroe’s ;