Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 9, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 09, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York % £- % lilt iv VOL. XIX. B hephesestative USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. VKU HULING MACHINE for ruhny \ ii kim« "f blunk* Ii the latent addition to ({J M,. huiural Department of I Min kirk Printing Com pan loll* IuU*iWJ<J.    ^    _________ \ ll KUNS Ai MIM, 'iii Cauter street. r©«Tt<*. Provision*. Canned Knot*. etc p'iver) free. oven*’ Electric Bread received jrr>*ti every <t*y*    ______________ IFX M. MANN, Practical Pluiater, Gat A mud steam Kilter. Special attention i.-n to sanitary Plumbing ha ti mates (riven ii ;xi!S.    — Hot Air I uriiace*. ti K. I bint street. ■ , it GI FTO RD, SB and SB Central Ate Ii Artistic I’liotograpber. Install lane., ut A^hirrapba Of Bu inc* a .pectallj. Hitter* not wait for sunning except for bable*.    __ .ONIK IUS1IKKV-,IAMM ItiVINW, l*r.>- I I noter, No. 1« K. Seoond street, near Buf-(int street, dunkirk, N. Y. MaKunne*. Mu-. Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles, linier* promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. I ii IU ll Kit'S (IMM Rf KY HOOK, Sun Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in I ■curried and iKimesUe China. Glassware, Ae. Cill AH. ll. MAKRIS, til Central Ate. ON t eral Insurance, Life, Accident and lire. Before traveling insure your ife in the old reliable ‘•Travelers’.” Heal Estate Agent, boaun negotiated on property. / illAl’TAUilliA HOTK.U I#    Kates.    II    pi*r    day. bi very aud Boarding stable in connection Victor Utder, SB and BT Lion street. , HTV HA BH BK SHOP Ii    Chaa.    Nagle,    Prop.. I rider bake Shore National Bank, cornel I . hut and Third street*. A tine utock o' foreign and Donatio Cigar*. i ION Kl.IN A HON, v /    .ash    center    street. Practical Unrse-shoers. Particular attention paid to interfering horses. Shoeing of road si + trotting horse* a specialty. i) I N Kl BK EVKN1NO OI48EKfKtt. I.argent Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. I vDNK! ICH KNO INK RHINO COMPANY. J I    Formerly    seliew A Popple. Manufacturers of engine*, Boilers, Pulley* Shafting Hangers, etc. Pattern*. Forgings. Caatinga, aud Machine Work Pi order. I v|‘>K I BK NII IHT UC iiB, SU6 aud AT, I I Uniter street, Manufacturers of lh* "Cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - lilting Dress shirts, ou sale iii ail leading furnishing, clothing ami dry goods houses in Dunkirk. Iv r. Ti KIM KY, I,    4.M    ami    I'M* bion street Dealer in Flour, Feed, alc Baled Ila). Plies pilate*. etc. Established, l»77. I'HIK kl OTR E< and iH*l*f Saloon, Union J Depot Easy access to ail trains and bus mess houses. Best accommodations for Coin aionial Travelers. .John J. Murphy, I rep. IV ll CF.BH A CO., \    V*T    and    M    K Tliirti street Fine Furniture, Cabinet W'are and Up-ooistenng. Picture Frames matte loonier. ll. MATTESON A CO.. Nil Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion anil Gentlemen Outfitter* ii A ICFI.I. STEAM I1KATING CO.. Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. Ii OI ic; I ery. ii. UNK NT KAM I.AF N DBY. I Our specialties:    Kine    Shirt*,    loc; Collar*, ic; Cuffs, ie, ami itacc Curtains. Free Deliv ery. A W . Cummings, AIT Center street. IC OKUM. K. Third st., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoe*. irs RN KY W KI I.KB’S NKW MTO BK, BKI K. L store. School fidoks a «|a*c.ialty. IPB Third st. Kooks, Stationery, M mural Instrument, Magaiines.Daily ami W eekly Pavers, ami every tin eg pertaining to a first class book I (Ut FEINTING of every description ami at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 6 and IU E. Second St. JH. VAN IIC BKN A NON, Fire. life, Accident aud General I ©auracoe. Dealers in Beal Estate and bown*. Particular attention paid to mc care of property collect! mg n uts Ac. tiiy Center st.. 2nd th*.r. M OF HO KB I* ll ABBACY, SUI' Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paj*er Paints. Oil*, Ae. I)K.lvKINN, J. W., iou I enter street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Bridie*, t ollars, Trunks,Whips, ltuflalo Holies, Horse C«»v era. ti loves. Mi (tens ami Sleigh Hobe*. I > LUM DI NIE T. VV. Murray. BT Lion street. A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team amt Gas tilling. Workmanship guar-ateed. I’. NC HOLTEN, — .    IT    East    Third    street, 4 ash tunable Tailor, Gentlemen w ill find It to their ail vantage to call on me liefor© purchasing elsewhere. I > IL CAKY A CO., I. •    SSI    I    .ion    street. General Hardware,W hile U*a<i,Oils Painter's Supplies, Oil Cloths, ti rat te Ware \ Mxvial-ty.oi Sberw in Williams Pa. ct mad Monroe rang© I) CI.ING, such as hlankdMNtks, ledger* and Vt, .*11 kinds oi blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 ami IO E. Seoond sc UU OOI.1*11 MOLDENHAUER, Cor. Thin! ami Buffalo St*., ' irater in Granite, Marble. Flagging and Buthting stone. Call ou mu before buying your side-walk. Ii INLKY A CO.. 7 and SI East Front street. Whisky, Wine*. Brandle*. General biqiior Store for Family Use. KOH RKT M’KAY, Lam street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stahl'ng by Hie day or week on reasonable term*. IV KID, J. VV., \    IM    Center street. Dealer in Musical Instrument* and Sewing Machines. We make rn specialty of first class make* of Piano* and Fnrrand A Voter Organ*. MJH IX KNM HOI'S KH— ( osHnmnL W M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, SIU Central Avenue RT. KOLPII, M. !»., physician ami aor • geon. Office, 215 Central Avenue, ovei Lyon's drug shire. Office hours: 8 to it) a. i hi 4 and 7 to 8 p nu; Sunday*. Vt.'.A) h* lo: VO a rn. Residence, Centra: Avenue. Telephoto call, No. it Cal1* may be left at by«>n» drag shire, night or day, ami will lie prom pi! \ dc I Ii vet cd ami atU-iole*! hn SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IF vou want a professional garileiier ain! I florist for pruning your trees, making mot gardens ami parks, Holland, French or FngHah model, write or call for Yaadermeuteu Bros., 412 Canary hire*!, ami sin? what they can do. Al ALESSI EN; Wanted at once. l>or-al or Ty Traveling Big I'av. Steady Work. Hhs:k Warranted Quirk *>*©l(iag *pcrial(ie». Outfit Flee. Kx|ienence Unnecessary. J am. K. WTI IT-sky, Nara)man, Rochester, N. V. ^1 TOD D A BT A CO I ySt, W a-tn tiglon, I* < .opp I H. Patent < tf-fic«. Patents, Caveats and Reissues secured ITn<te Mark** regi-tered All Patent Inn-met?** conducted for moderate Pee*. Information, Advice,anti special reference* sent on request. ^‘iGkS.M.VUY flu EXPENSES IN A D-ffr"”* VANI k, allowed each month. Steady em ploy meat at home or traveling. No solicit-mg. ImtMM delivering and making collections. No Postal Cards. Addres» with »Laiup. II AKER A CO., Piqua, Ohio. I wish to employ a few ladle*on salary to take I charge of my busine*** at their leones. bight, very fate M ating and healthful. Wag** Un per week. Reference given. G<**d pity for I tart tune. Address with st •tup. JU Ka. M a k-IOH W AI K KH, Liuis* die Ivy. VINEGAR BITTERS A 3BANDSST MODEEN DISCOVERY Triumph ui' Pit arm at *.v. The only true practical KU\IH OF LIFE Wit HEALTH is one that promotes digestion, improves the ap petite. Cleanses the liver, purifies the bod, aud stimulates brain and neives without injurious ret** lion, and one that ma) be taken alike by adult or infant. Profane c impounds, in.ole of vile rum or had whiskey, sweetened and flavored, meter the ti lev ut hitters, tunics, Arc., produce (feet* tar worse than the disease tor which thev ire taken. Vinegar Hitters I* a pure tonic, a nervine wit bout Ih'Iug nwreotlr, a blood puriller without poison, a liver tonic without purging, ami »*l>«>\«- all,a life-gi\iug stliuulaiil wit boul absdiol. I he o .Iv medicine with kUi.li powers in the w.obl. A GENUINE TEMPERANCE BEVF.lt VBF.. • ar surpassing alcohol in any shape as a tonic,and it aught be called LIQUID LIFE, -ince it stimulates, invigorates aud regulates digestion, nutrition, sc<$rett >n,« scretion.r* spiration and all the fmu tionmw hereby lite is maintained— .vc literally take it viUUily iii spoonsful. It is n*»t too mudh twasM-rt that the e«|iial of Vinegar Hitler* <^*WB »u»t ealst, and no count cTpail or compoundavith similar virtues has ever been known. ^ * CALIFORNIA, •s remarkable for nothing else .would !*e im mort allied by the production «»1 the medicinal fruits, riM*t» and herbs of which this Hitters is rompwol VI any ot them used by Ihe Indians and the inedi a1 prol.-s.smn in the treatment of chills arid fevers, rheumatism, catarrh, consumption, neuralgia, headaches, liver complaint, kidney d scase, jaundice, gout, piles,boils, skin discases Ac , Ac ,too numerous to mention, but easily understood when he action o( the Bitter* on the vital functions i** remembered, the discovery was partly accidental but the present PERFECT BITT Kits IS TUE RESULT OF SCIENCE. Millions of sufferers have gratefully and gl >illv endorsed, during the past quarter of a century, the wonderful success of this PHENOMENAL TONIC OF THE WORLD. In order to meet every probable demand, two formulas of the same ingredients are now pit up THE OLD HTVI.K 18 STRONGER, SLIGHTLY BITTER, AND MOUE CATHARTIC. THE NKW HTVI.K, PLEASANT TO TMK TASTE, AND EXPRESSLY ADAPTED TO DEI.I CATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. REMEMBER, There is no «ll*«*ia*n of low vitality, *debi*ity of lune boas, or nervous prostration tor which VINEGAR BITTERS Is KOT CURATIVE, and its singular power over the lower organism* renders it the implacable toe of TUE DEADLY MICRO ANI* OMNIPRESENT BACTERIA in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, in ■eruat diseases, Ac., ana so great is its power se a germicide that it is an UN EQUALLED V EHM IFUGK. A hook cou’d he written of its virtues, end another ol testimonials, hut it is only necessary to remrmlK-r its general artou upon the lire*, blood, brain and nerves, to r« alo*- its use iii » majority of I he ill* that Mesh a heir to. and that no lauilly should ever be wit rout a Itottle of OLD AND NKW' STYLE VISKOAR HITTERS IN THE HOUSE. Send for our Ladies’ book. Address k. h. Mcdonald drug co., New York. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured •V ABMIIISTERIfta Bl. HAIMES' Beloid SPECIFIC. II can be given in a cup of code* or tea. or In ar Relet of food, without the knowledge of Hie jrer-*on taking it; It Is absolutely harmless and wd! effect a permanent ami *|H-edy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT never FAIL8. "^GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. AS page boob FREE. Address In confidence, COLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. I SS Race St.. Cincinnatl.O C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER, SIU MAIN HT., DUFF AIA!, N. V. V: AM J. GIFFORD, SOI Central Avo. (Up k stair*). General Insurance aud Beal Estate' Ag nu Fire, Lila, Accident, and Lira Stock insurance. Prompt attention givan to baring and Belli ng Real Estate. DEALER IN rwm md lima?. ('lock*, Silverware, Lent her Good*, Ute. ium EXC RA Visa, GOLD <f SIL I KR PL 4 T/XG ry C. JONES. I V.._1 .    75    K-    Thir<1 •*-. cor. Deer. IwokfjT'JieaS?*!. idtr£et' r,t*h- H*!t *n,) Poultry. uU*    Sausage*.    Oysters    and Yy ATC HEU, JEWELRY, AC. Ra,,rokd Watch. Frank £ A COMPLETE LINK OF HOLWAY MAIN ST KE KT, Opposite Iroquois ll ole I. DUNKIRK, N. Y , THURSDAY, JANUARY !*, 181KI. NO. 129. GHI US DKA DIA GUASP. TARIFF ON TOBACCO. OKI) HICKORY'S DAY. UNPRECEDENTED DEATH RATE IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. I hr Morgue Crowded to ll* I tinoM Unpin Djr- Doctor* Unable to Attend All) I bm**—Bidi ll;o led for the Under- taker*—A New Drug to be I *ed In Place of Antipyrine. Nrw Y«*hk, Jan. 9—The return* to the bureau of vital -da tut ie* show that Ur»0 deaths ! is-eurie*! iii this city for tbs twenty-four, bour* ending at noon yederday. Th** iiko of this lins never I* en known iii the history of the defMtrtin ut *inia* in lh** time* of cholera. During tin* four days of tin-* week HU9 i**o|>le have di ><i in the city of New X «»rk. The morgue is crowded to its utmost capacity. The rejiort.* front Bellevue hospital to the 1 central odic* hhow that ninety bodies, tho jtvuLwt nuiiiber in th** history of that insti I tutioii, were awaiting removal. VV Leu the figures came in at noon the doc- , tors of th** health board ncknowl**-!ge*i that, they were alarmed. WhnriUr. Nngl*? ***-an'iet| tiled* at ii cer! ideate-* ha foun*i that 2 deaths, ! men if over 40 years old, wer> <iua directly to th ’ grume; 11 to tin* grip|M* « omn.i «:*-*I with other complaints, one of the victim* being a chi.<1;    to brouchitn; til to pneu- ■ inonha, ciupicl or ng^iavateil by th.e gri(», 1 an*! 44 to consumption. 'J ho Other 9J deaths wen-due t<» the vnrious Cotiipluiuts which usually figure rn the daily record. Th** death Ii** fr*>in la gript*? mid its allies I was oU per    givater titan at any tun*? sine*? Ut * malady reached our simrea. Th>* i undertaker* ar** worked to the wa tent of tlieir facilities, mo*! many funerals are still de- | iiiyed Lev* ire I the adverti*w**l hour l>«?cau*e of th** demand f*»r tiear-*^*. The |xdiee Toro* is still in a cripple*! con-ditlon, although many of the convalescent offlc*-rs are returning to duty. The total ! numtier «»f deaths in the force **ince the cpi- ( demic L *gau is fourteen. Two occuired Monday. Patrolman Andrew Geddes of the West Thirty-seventh street. die.| of pneumonia afts r a short illness. The nuniL-r of oflliyr* 1 who reported tiiemseivi*s unfit f-.r «luty yes-tarday wa* *5110 against 41^ M tniay. The drug trade have -eut out notices that they liave more order* f*>r antipyrin** than they can lid in a month. The drug is made , in Hesse liar inst adt, Germany, by a man named Kuorr, aud has ls*en on the market alsait two y«'ar*. It is a product of coal tar, aud is evolved by a arere! process. its, name implies, it is **p**-ificaUy tulapte*! to the r«*ducti*>n of t«*tnporaluiv, an*! so nmi'ess- j fill have the medical men of this city t»*eu in their use of it, that a greatly increasied demand for it has a riven. The sr?l**s, w hi- h have been large ever since its power was made apparent, are largely increased u|miu tin* advent of la gripjw, and have resulted in clearing out tie* supply. According to l*?mi-iog imshcal opinion, antipyrine is one of the few patent in* did tics that have any real merit. It is Kni<! tint phenacetin**, a new drug *lis-c*»vcr*d by a German chemist, is being used by the medit-ai profession in th« preeent epi-di-tutc of influenza iii place of antipyrine. A cable dispatch from Russia states that phcimcetine is the drug used in the present epidemic there. Tite flags of the produce and nnritime exchanges are half malted out of r**s|?*s*t ba the memory of Kind Huger, one of the best known shipping broker* of the country, who died Monday evening nt the age of 57, of pneumonia, resulting from la grip|*v The d«s-eased wa* one of three brother*, who operated the first steamship line under German p Ironage, bet ween Bremen and this city. Charles Wattles Pleasant*, a lawyer of this city, died in Brooklyn tins morning. Mr. Pleasants contracted a sever* cold just Is*for** New Year’s day, which brought on an attack of pneumonia. Th* re were no symptoms of la grippe in this case. In tV*s.t«*rti New York. HOUDE-TER. Jan. 9 —A special dispatch from Middleport says that John Owens, a well known and wealthy farmer living alxiut a mile from that place, died yesterday of the BHP Tin* first death from grip at Seneca Falls occurred yesterday. Peter Ijivelie, a young man at cd'JO years, was taken sick aweek ago with the grip and died yesterday morning. Diphtheria also prevails at Seneca Falla Four deaths occurred in this city during Tuesday and yesterday from pneumonia, resulting from the grip. THE MONTANA MUDDLE. An Attempt to Enforce tile Attend**!* e of Senators UitMiircesfcful. Helena, Mout., Jan 9,—Wiien the senate met yesterday ad of the I>emocratie senators were present. A call of the house was ordered and the scrgeruit-at arms sent out in search of absent members. Barbara was found but refuse*! to con ie, stating that there was no authority for taking bim ItlttKmuch as Governor Toole Im* signed th® certificate* of Clark and Met! ii illness, thus recognizing the organisation of the senate, this defiance is n*gar*h* I a^ serious Hecretarvof State Rot-witt will not sign the certificates of the Democratic senators-elect at any hasard. Uieuter.n'it Governor Richard* has ordered th** sergeant at arms to bring the a'*s**nt*s*s t»eforc the loir of the senate, evi ii if he has b» invoke aid from the civil authorities. Tho sergeant-abarms went out trying to enl«jr*>? the orders Governor T«>>le has r«rogm&-d the organlsktioa of the senate by codding in hi** message Fatal Accident on the R.ill. Pixel mn ATI, Jan. 9—A locomotive was backing up frt?m Wilder station to Newport on the louisville end Nashville railroad. When passing Princetown the rails spread ani! the engine loft (lie track, forcing the b*ti ler against an eight-foot embankment. CT? rvuce Mi fforrt, age.! ‘ii. a night eiork at the IV iller round house, was caugiit ln’twwn the tender ami engine ain! crusticd into a ! aiiM|vU*ss in’***. Eii!!;ine“r CoArles F-agg was badly clit nbtiut the h«*ait. Tri* liremaa, George Collopy, wits cer!nu->tv hurt about the heal! and Issiy em! Tnomas M«*Cune w as badly bruised. Tr.ere were eight men on the engine and all of them were more or lo«s injured.    _ I ador Din;* ult o s Seltl* *1. R ex'll ester, N. Y., Jan. 9.—The strained relations which have existed for some time bet ween local boot and shoe manufacturer* and their employes se**m to be about ende*! Each manufacturer has been treating with hi* own men, and it is understood that in a majority of case* satisfactory agreement* have been reache*!, lo mo>t of tt*e factories the men have not lieen working for two or three days, )«n<iing a ■ettletmnt of the trouble, hut it is thought that in a majority of the shops they will resume work to day. A Verdict for A150. Fyracu^E, N. Y.. Jan. 9. —In tile ens? of Fr> derirk Motsift, who sue! his jior«*nta-inlaw. Mr. an i .'Irs. Ivlook of Vernon, Oneida county, for nli*?iiati*>ii of his wiftN affection*, the jury in the circuit court brought in a van.ct for toe ploinUfT of (lad. Arguments for arui Against It Presented to the House Committee. Washington, Jan. 9.—The hearing of p* nam* interested in th* tobacco interest* was continued before the way* ami niean-coiumittee yesterday. Mr. Biguor of Now York wa- the first wi'neas. In ol»jeciing to placing a *|K*ciflc tax on imports*! t*.<bacon. Mr. Higu**r said that this would be manifestly unjust for the reason that some t*>-bacco was worth 5 cents j>er pound white some was worth ffi j>**r pound. H. G Hubtiard, jiresnient of th© New Kng-land ToliactX) association, said he would like t*i ***** the ititernai n?venue tax repealed and the duty *M! Sumatra tobacco of all kinds iu-creosed. W. (’. Mer*© of Pain'#*! Post, N. Y , representing the Chemung Valley Tobacco Grow«rs’ s-vs-iatiori. re.ui a stat**riieiit pr»e t**sting ai'H'iist the admission of foreign tobacco al the pneaeut rate of *lu’y. Til© farmer*, h»* sa: I, sit* h©c*xuing des J KW lent at the pre.-* a ccditi »n of tilings an I they •■ariu'stly *!einau led a change. Sumatra lo-ba*•»-*» de! ie t coni[»are in aroma w ith the A mar u»m product. Mr, Wv* k*»if of Onondaga, a to!>ar*co farmer, argued in favor of protection for til© pi •.«lu<*e:s. A?’**r rec*-sh, F lT. Fenner of Attica, N Y., addle se*I ttie committoa in fav*ir of a high protection on ail t«»l>HC<**( producto. Mr 'bin Syokle of lianiburg, N. J , nrgued in favor of placing sugar of milk on the dutiable h-t at a duty of IO to ii cents |>*>r pm re I. V. K PDJ* ttc, a farmer of Pennsylvania, addressed lh.* committee on the re|«eal of the folia**i*o tax. The Atiiericoii farmer, Ii© nu *!, wai*t#?il a duty impaled on all agricultural products iinpirteI e*pial tothe«f.f fer**nc© in *-o*t of ImIhit; also a duty on egg* and cabidige, and be stated that Ii© did not think our hens should Ii© compelled to lay against th© pauper hens «if Eurofta II© pro-p* - **i a linty of 5 cents per dozen on egg?*. John Kch**iv**n of Savannah, Ga., ad dr©--ii the committee on Is-half of the Rice «i»tion of that state. He argued in favor *»f prote**tmg tile rice industry, and SM id that it needed ail til© protection congress *-<*ul*l give for since the emancipation of slaves th© t i*'© ra’ser had to compete w ith the cheap l:tls*r abr*»a<*. P. ti. Frost *,f New Orleans, rcpi©suiting the iiianuLn’tuniig r:c*» iii*lu»try, a**k-si the committee t*» estahiteli a code of <lefinit»*»ns t > dis!.aguish th© different grade* of ri -e, mo as G> compel tie* imp>rt si article to ply the proper duty. He was followed by K Dupree of New (•rienus, w ho'pike in favor of protecting th - rice industry. J. Ii B so'll of I'Imije toii Kp>ke in favor of reiHini: g the duty on rice. Congr*s>in*in Lsusing of N©w York argued iii favor of »xtemling protection t«i this industry as far as possible. H«* also ask*?*! to have tin* duty on le ans sn ! peas increased from cents to 4G tvnt* pr bushel, an*! an increase tai tar ley from IU to JU cents j*er busbeL J. Brown of Pennsylvania addr©**-**! the Cl >rnmitt*-*- in favor of protecting the agricultural industry. Frnnkbii I've, secrvtary of th© stat© ngri cultural I xvi rd *>f New Jersey, also sp*k© on gx*u«.iai agr.culture aud twkud for protection. B. fjandr»?th. a se©*l grower, aske*l t*> iiave tins industry protected. Ileask©*! fora «luty of 4tt pr erat, ad valorem «m all kinds of seed. Adjourn*?*! until to day ELBRIDGE GERRY LAPHAM. CELEBRATIONS OF JACKSON S GREAT VICTORY AT NEW ORLEANS. Death of the Dlstinigutblie*! Lawyer, Senator and Congressman. R ('CH KST I r, N Y.. Jan 9. —A special dispatch to The Herald from Canali lingua nays: “Hon. Elbridge Gerry !«iplu»ni died at hi* reside:!*'© on Canandaigua lake shore yesterday at S:l!0 p. in. Mr. I^apham was born iii Farmington, Ontario counfy, on (Jct IK, 1814. He nm educated in th© public school* there ate! later at Canandaigua academy w ith Stephen A. Douglas. Afterwards he was civil engineer on th© Michigan Southern railroad. Later h® returned to Canada'gu-i, stud!**! law with Jar*d Wilson, wa* admitted to tLe liar in 1M4 an*! practiced law until til© time of bis election to congress in 1874. Most of tilt? time Judge Janies C. Smith was his partner. He was a member of the state constitutional CCX I vent iou in 18C7. He was re-elec!«?*l to congress iii 187t!, '78 and ’HO, and was elected United blate* senator for the term ending 1885 to fill th© vacancy caus?**! by th*? resignation of Senator Conkling. II© leaves a widow and several children.^ A (ixtlierlng In Honor of Newly Fleeted Governor* at New York intl Bin-quat of the lUudneM Men** Democratic ( tub — Boston Celebrnte* With rn Npeeeh from Hen Butler. New York. Jan. 9.—Th© Business Men’* Denux*ratic club tender©*! a liauquet at the Hoffumn house last night to Govemor»-eh*ct Boies of Iowa, Campbell of Ohio, McKinney of Virginia, Abbott of New Jersey and Tool© of Montana. Til© dinner wax also in celebration of til© ((attle of New Orleans Governor-elect Abbott was :h© only ooeof tho*© na nits I ab* iv© who found it poaaibie to attend. Tho other* sent regrets, a* did also Governor HUL Among tho*© preoent were Henry George, ex Governor Hood ley, VV. R. Russell, b un Abiiott, J. Fxiwar*! Kiln moo*, May*(r Cliapiu of Brooklyn, \V. R. Grace, W. T. Mc.Manes, John C. bheehan and many other light© of the ixirty. A letter of regret wa* roceiv©*! from ©x-Preeident Uteveiand, in which he expressed gratification at th© activity of til© bust ness men in public affairs, an*! regretted that ii© (anil.! not tx- pi ©sent to join in «h« tribute to th© “grand old IlciuocraL whom we ail delight to r©m©mVr withenibusia-sni ” Governor HUI telegraphed bi* regret* as follow*: Al ©ANV, 5: to r. ■ I had h‘»ped to this hour to lie aid*? to attend •ji«- annual ba raj net of Bum nee* Men's Dem*© «-r«tlc a-?. •*»;*Ii .n to eight, lait un •\p**t'*! en-ga_'©nient.* v. til (.resent me fr*nu ieoving Altxuiv. Please pr-x-ui my regret* to meuite-rs of ©at-Iinttee I t Hat lh- rut rtaiDlio-Dt aul It© a pleasant *ue A love leant at Boston. Bohtox, Jan. 9. —AfUw th© Democratic stat© committee Imd trnnsactetl its regular busine-, yesterday tho metidx-ni held a love feast at the Tremont Ic use, the occasion la-iiig the Hiinuul dinner in celebration of th*? anniversary of Jackson’* victory at New Orleans. Among the guests wore Mayor Gar oil of Pawtucket, Gen. Brennan of Providence, Hon. < liar!©* I>©vi \V*xxil»ury, Hon. William Aspinwall, Hon. lx*op»l*l Morse, Hon. Patrick MaGuire, Hon. J. K. Fitzgerald un*! others. Gen. P. A. Collins presided aiel ma*Ie a fellcilioua s|ss*ch iii opening ti.© afteriuxm s|x‘akiiig. The Hon. Charles I**vi Wisxibury was th*? first quaker, tieing iutrtslucwi as on© who ja*r-sonally knew (*©n. Jackson. He argued for the aixdition of the |x*ll tax and the building up of Hie navy. Boston, Jan. 9.—Th© Butler club h*?!«l it* annual dinner iu*t night at the Parker bouse and celehrat©! Jackson 'lay. Gait. Butler, Corpirui Tanner, Jus uh CL Aidvitt, J*ihn I. Raker, Joiin (.'. Lmehaii, Commissioner Tobiu, N. A. Pbnipton anil alxiut IOU others were present. Gen. Butler made a sptss’h extolling J ack son, especially as an e.ieuiy of mug wuui[x?ry. Felebrat iou at Naslivill©. Nashville. Jan. 9.—Jackson Day wa* celebrated iii Nashville by grand procession* yesterday morning and the delivery of an addreas and |iei‘inait©iit organix.'»ti*>u of th© National Jackson club at the state capitol. A Itonquet in honor of the First regiment, National Guard ??tatei*f Tennessee, w as given in th© af * era* sui t*y J cr© Baxter, an*! nt night a historic costume reception tcxik place at the Maxwell house under tie© nu spines of the laities’ HeriniLruc a<woci*Vion. Col. McClure of Pennsylvania was elected president of the National Jackson club, and among th© vie© president* are Mayor of Chicago, Dewitt Creiger and Mnj. Joaephs of Alabama. A Banquet at Columbus. Con MBPS, O., Jan. 9.—The Jackson banquet last night was an immense affair. Covers were laid for 4*kl guest*. Hon (j. A. Barger presided. MORE ARRESTS f*«H>r Outlook for Skating. Nr.v Ri’RGH, N. Y., Jan. 9.—Til© pro*jx>ct* for th© national skating races, down on the card for the 17th and 18th inst., are very doubtful, as the present weatlier indicate* continued mi Id neat. There is no ice on tile river or Muchattoe* lake w here the race* wt-re to tako p’ace. On Monday next the racing committee will ru«?et her© and take such neti! >n as may bo necessary, and po* >il*ly postjxiu© the Tacts indefinitely. The (‘tie mil© mc© will take pla*-e on th© lake instead of the river, as the outlook is poor for river skating. As fbi* race will have more starters til rn any of th® others, Hie committee have d**ci led to adopt for this race, the system of th** I Hitch Heating association as I im si on the rink of tile Amsterdam Sjnrt c^u*>* ________________ 4 lift.>ii Baces. Clifton, N. J., Jan. 9 —First race yesterday Seiling, Ul4 miles:    Bella fli*'t, J. J. O’B second, Ban bridge third; time. *2:1 JV£. Beooud race, 1)4 furlong*; Gonouud first. Gallus Dau aeolid, Falcon third, tune, 1JB&    * Thin! race, selling,    furlongs: Mils Coly first, brait second. Carnegie third; time, I Fourth race, handicap. furlongs: Glory first, Fir* fly second, Beride* third; time, 1:38 Fifth race. ^ mile:    Florita first. Pail Mall second. Hue Kinney third; time. I jk4 Fixfh ra*?« *\l/4 furlongs- Pordham first, bt. John Mrcond. Ofalec© third; time, 1:24. Mr*. Domiciljr Sue* the liamtlton*. New York. Jan. 9. —Mary Donnelly, the nurse w ha wa* stabbed by Eva Hamilton at Atlantic C'ty last summer, and bu* since been on exhibit ion in a Bowery museum, has brought suit against Eva Hamilton and K*d>ert Bay Hamilton for #10,000 damages alle£«*d to have been incurred by reason of toe assanIt Mrs. Donnelly claims to bav© permanently lost th© strength of th© left side of hyr body, disqualifying ber as a nurse and necessitating constant lecours© to medical aith    _ Sued for Libel. Boston. Jan. 9.—J. W. Rvckman and W. V Christie, backers of th© recent Maritime exhibition, have sued th© Boston Herald and tile New England asteam Cooperage company for libel in having published certain statement* regarding til© indebtedness of th© exhibition to th© Cooperage company. Damage* are placed at $15.0U) in ©ach ca*©. A Blizzard at Scranton. Scraxto.n, Pa , Jan. 9.—A blizzard visited her© at IU o'clock last night and raged for an hour. Of Perron* Who Were Concerned in the Sullivan K drain Fight. New York. Jan. 9.—Col VV Harding of Th© Police Garotte was arrested yesterday at Th© Gazette? ofllce. Mike Cleary and Mike Donovan w*re notified aud gave themselves up at J sd ice headquarters. The thro© men were wanted on a requisition from Governor Lowrey of Mississippi for their participation in the Suliivau-Kdrain fight at Richburg. All three were released on |500 bail each to appear for examination a week from Saturday. Governor Hill ha* signed th© requisi tion japers {Shortly before Justice Hogan closed court Detective McNaughton appeared with William Muldoou, Sullivan'* trainer. Mr. Mul-doon had been arrest-d at the Vanderbilt bouse, where he ba* been nursing a black eye which be receive! from Evan Lewis, th© •‘Strangler,” while wrestling with bim in ITnlndelphia last Saturday. He wa* paroled until this morning. It is rumored that th© requisition also calls f<*r tile arrest of Frank Stevenson. Charlie Johnston, Jim Wakely, LoU's B Alien arx! others who took a prominent part ii. arranging the details of th© fight. Fir© in a Biding Academy. New Yolk. Jan. 9—Th© stable of the Central Park Riding Academy. Fifty-ninth st reel and Seventh uv-iiue, w;is damaged to th© extent of ♦•x),i|00 bv fire last evening. Alout '3K) horses were turned into the Ktr«s?r to save them. All wore recaptured during lh© evening. Soma classes *>f young lade* were riding in th© acad -my. but loft th** building without having beon in danger. Th© I owl iv co Vero* I by in*? lr a no*?. G. A. K. Executive Committee. Boston, Jan. 9.—Th© executive committee having in charge the next national encampment of the G A. K. met last night and ba i a discussion with aevt-ral pr<q rietors with reference to accommodation of visitors to th© encampment It w as decided that only regular |inc©* he charged, an*! nrra-igementx wore mnit.1 whereby visitors will be guaranteed satisfactory accommodation either in hotels or private lodgings. A Strike Oiiickly 8etti©*I. San Francisco, Jan. 9.—A strike occurred at the Union work* which was amicably settled a few hour* later. The men objected to a recent order of the company providing for rn >u tidy assessment© of 50 cent* to insure medical attendance in case of accident About 500 in©n left th© shop. A conference wa* held and the company agreed to refund tho money. I-ampsou for Lieutenant Governor. Columbus. O , Jan. 9.—Tho two houses of th© legislature in joint convention canvassed the vot* fur tho state od! ers an*! the acting president of Ute senate declared Hon. E. T. Laui|*on, U® publican, elected Leutenant gov«»riior by £} plurality. Delayed by Adverse Wind*. Ban Francisco, Jan. 9.—The Pacific mail steamer City of Pvkiug, from China, due Sunday, baa not arrived. It is supposed that she is delayed by bead Wiiida ALBANY COMMITTEES. Nam*** of Speaker Hunted** Appointee* for the 4 hat rut arith ip*. Albany, Jan. 9.—So far a* can be learned the committee chairman a> selected bv Shaker Busted of the assembly are as follows. Way* an i Means—Hamilton Fish of Putnam. Appropriations — Willard H. Mas© of Dutchess, Judiciary—Newton Martin Curtis of St. Lawrence. General I*nws — Fred W. Gild* of New York. Canals—Ix*r*»y Andrus of F.ri©. Affairs of Cities—! raucis V. King of New York. Railroad* -William K Kimball of KL Law reno©. Columel **e aud Navigation- John C. Adams of Orang© I UMI rs IKM—\V. H. Whipple uf Cattaraugus Exec©—J. Irving Bura* of Wextcbeatar. Internal Affair*—ti I re*! Nixon of Chautauqua. Bank*—Bradford Rhode* of Westchester. Aff.*it* of Villages—Chari©* VV Ixiriuon of Washington. Pub fie Printing—Scott Barton of Warren. Public Health- ii J. I am© of Jeff©?'©*'!). Chantable and ll ligious Soc ie In*—Abram L D****k»?r of Tioga Public E iuca ioii—It T. Peck rf Cortland. Military Affairs—Jo r-pb K. Haand«rs of Renssalaer. Claims—Georg® F. Town of Chautauqua Gann, (jaw*—William G. Stevens of l‘'rHiik-lid. S ate Prisons—Edgar A. Pearsall of Ch©n-aiig**. Stat© Cbaritah'e Institutions—lf«iwar*l G. Whit© of Onondaga Privileges aud Elections—J. L. De Peyster *)f Dutchess Civil Diviskms—Richard L'wis of New York. Trade an*! Manufacture—Milo ll. Acker of Steuben. Public lands—W. N. Hoag of New York. Agricultural—E. !.oierof Monroe. Petitions of A bells I. Hider Fit ta of Cayuga. Two thirds and Three-iii lh* Rills J. J Treadway of K\-»i. Indian Affair* Richard J. Groat of \Vny lie. Engross©*! Bills — George L Wee*! of King*. Revision—William Page of Albany. Rule©—Hamilton Fish of Putnam. Iii the sen it- President pro tem Fa-wett, it is umterstooi. will loav© th© chjurriianships in th© ca©© of returnisi naeiiiijer* as they are. Th© whang©* will he aii-iut as follows: Railroads— Senator C< ggeahail Commerce ami Navigation — Lisi>euar*l Stewart. (r©n«*rnl L »w«—Titus Shear*!. Engross***! Billa—James VV. Birk©tL Banks -Charle.s Saxton Internal Affair*—)*>imun(! G*Coti|g>r. Village*—IL VV. Emerson. Literature—Thomas Hunter Public Health—Lis|x*nar*l Stewart. Public Pi luting—L W. Riner»ou. State Prison*—Thomas Hunter. Manufacturus- J. VV. Birkett. Claims—Charles T. S axton. Roods and Bridges—Edmund O’Connor. Erection nnd IL vision of Towns and Counts?*—Charles T. Saxton. Liws—Littrietmrd Stawart Manufacture* of Salt—G. S Van Corder. Grievances—G S. Van G or der. Public Building*—ll. T. Donaldson. Public Expenditure—-^Titus Shea rd. Agriculture— VV. P Rk*hxrdaO(i. Militia— W. P. Richardson. The state Inmrd of civil service commissioners met at the capitol yesterday. William A. Post©, John A. Sleich®r arni Alexander ('. Eustace taking their sprits for th© first tim©. The hoard organized with Alexander C. Eustace as the chairman, Clarence B. Angle as secretary nnd J. B. Dilly a* chief examiner. No other business was transacted. House Proceeding*. W ARRINGTON, Jan. 9.—Tile proceeding* of tile house yesterday were almost w ildly de-vfffed to consideration of the District of Columbia appropriation hill, which was I mss*'! I Th© sjwnker laid before th© bouse for reference a letter from th© secretary of war, enclosing a petition from certain noncommissioned ofii 'Hispraying f«iran increase of pay; also a letter from the secretary of the tre-isiiry r**eoitnnendiug tiiat th*? estimated nppropnati«jn of #450,000 for the public building at San Francisco Im* mad© in a deficiency bill Tit*? house then went, into 00111111111"© of the whole on the District of Columbia appropriation bill. Th© house I tass* si the bill and at 4 :'<o adjourned until Friday. Killed III* Friend by (trident. Rochester. Jan 9 —A s|(©einl disi*atch lo The Herald from Canandaigua says that two young lad*, well known in that viltege, named Fre*!eri«*k Freer ami William Blanchard, went duck shooting at th© foot of Canandaigua lake. Freer, who wa* in front, kneeled down to get a shot at ©em© ducks, when BlHiichard cam© up dragging hi* gun along ©t full co-'k Kii-idralv file weapon wns discharged by catching onto something and til© chargo etii«r*si Freer’* he«<i just liehind th© ©ar Freer staggered along a short distance and fell d«a I. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS A GREAT INCREASE IN THE LONDON FIRE BRIGADE. Ilrrbnt t *M«l«ton* tiring* a libel Suit. How ii * Ile. Drwnroiirt’* Cupidity ( .at Her Her life — Kuwlani Irritated by Ail-tri.*’* Defense of th* Itulgarian Loan. Hor alist Fro jcution* In Germany. London, Jan 9—Th© I>n*i*>n county council has almost unanimously decided to make addition* to th© faciliti©aof th© Lindon fire brigade, which Involve an increase of CJO,OOO a year to th© cost of maintaining th© system. Till* augmentation of the r*<*ourc©« of the fir* d-part-uent I* tiaaed on th© enormous increase of iii© work itii|>owed upon the til igade by lb© vast spread of th*? metropolis since any considerable number of m u or piece* of fir* a|>paratu* were added to th*? already overworked ar my of lire fighters, and meet* with general approval. lf KUMKRT Ul.ADHTUNK Mf KS FOR LI UUU Mr Herbert Gladstone has l>r*>ught an action for kiwi again** Mr. Malie-sm, the Irmdnn convspofntent of an Indian |*t|ier. Til© returns of Ute Board of Trad© for th© y««ar 1889 show an increase of AL k).OOO,OOO in tiia impart* and i*14,000,(>lR) in th© exj**rts over the year 18»4i. roll Q*(i.D SHK DIED. Til© workmen engaged Iii removing til© debris of th© summer |mince at Laokin,which was re«*eiitly *l©stroye*l l*y fir©, have mud© clear til© caus© of tna separation of tile young govern©©©, MU© Draiicourt, from her mutreits, lYnn-ew* Giementine, resulting in her death, while th© princes© was saved. By the sui© of tha charred skeleton of til© gov-©rnesM wan found a bag of gobi coins, wiiich Die young lady had mamfeetly hasten©*! to ©• cure Is-for© leaving th© burning Ixiildtng ami in procuring which hod consume*! the time twee—ry to have placed herself beyond th© reach of tho Ham**© From th© p***ition of the skeleton it ut evident that Mil© Dran-oourt wa* caught before slie was abl© to leave b'?r apnrtiuents and mot death with lh© lug of gold iii her hand. Irritation haw is en caused in Russian ofil rial clr* lea by th© vigorous defense made by til© AuHtnan pr*tM of lh© bulgarian loan r© cently taken by Australian tranks, and it is alleged that this is one of th© nelsons actuut lug Russia iii precipitating th© circular nolo sent to the |s)Wer* calling their ntteiilion in un©*] iii vocal t*?miH to the fact that Bulgirin’* attitude ami 1‘riniy Ferdinand'* rotenthna of tim Bulgarian throne are iii fit grant violation of article ‘ii ot th© treaty of iterliu. Th© recent So<-.nh*t prune* utions iii Germany have un fwd led th© proprietors of «a loon* and hote ls at Spr*>ltau, Prussian Htleain, to r* fu"« tie* us© of their halls for th© pur-1*0*0 of holding .Socialist meeting* air. i’arnell's Deadly Weapon Lindon, Jan. 9. — Mr. Parnell, in reply to th© vote of the Ennis town issu'd, expr-wsmg confidence iii th© ability of ('apt O’Shea to sustain bis charge* against him (Parn©ll) say*- “The action of th© issxrd may Is? more advantageously met with th© d©ndly weiqsm of siiwrit coiitampt. Tills I lntemi, wiiil*? utterly and entirely declining all cuipainlity.” Dt'.affcc'loii In til© Fellran Club. Lindon, Jan 9—Th© committee of the Pelican club has resign***! in n tssiy in ©o?um»-querica of the refusal of a full meeting of tha clot* to approv© the report of the committee on th© Smith-Klnvin fight, exonerating Alang Ion iBiird) and Fleming from con ii©* •-11<hi with toe rulfiaiiism in behalf of Smith. A nrszlliau Froclsniatiun. Rio Janeiro, Jan. 9.—The government h-i* issue*) a .frere© proclaiming lh* «e|Hira- tion of church cml slat©, guaranteeing re ligioua equality and continuing th© life slip rails grunnsi under th© monarchy. ERIE STORE. Why should the months of January, February and March ta* ca lied .lull months? See our Bulletin of useful articles which are purchased at all seasons of the year, and which we make a specialty of always after the Holidays. The Brices alone are an attraction without saying anything a1 tout the Convenience of the goods so needful to every House Wife, anti the great advantages gained by having them to help you out in your daily duties. Our */    aJ new assortment comprises everything in House-furnishing Hoods. Call and examine them. All Hoods first tj ii ality. Bring this list when )ou come to buy, it ll help you out and us two. 14 qt. dish pans..................  ,tJ5c IO qt. diali pans..................lilc IO «|f. dish pans............... 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He improved patent egg poachers 45c Patent cloths sprinklers............20c Apple corers...  ..................He Large steamer* only................28e Embossed fancy toilet pails.........HHc I qt. sprinkling cant...........  19e Lemonade mixer*..................lite Large strainer*..................... Sc Best qt. milk cai**...............12c Exira quality scrub brushes........ De Good heavy horse brushes. .....  lilt*. Exira Heavy copper bottom tea pot* only............................29c Pccoi ated 'rumbler can icr ..... ...! fie C hild* fancy |umbo pail...........Mc Luminous match sufes.............Rh* l’win match safes only............4c THEY OUTWITTED THE OLD FOLKS. Deter’* Fen©© Contribution*. IU >ME, Jan. 9. — Th*contribution* 'if Peter’* I»■ re© to th© j (Ojo* for th© year IHM*.) were 179,(JOU br© l©-j( than during til© jir**ow<l»mr year. Til© legacies to the eourvh during amounted to 4,000,000 i»r«. Stanley K(u|« at Allen. Aden. Jan. 8.— The steamer Kalona, with Henry M. Stanley on Liard, touches! here yesterday and proceeded for Suez. Fight abater* Drowned. BARLIN, Jan. 9.—Eight Persons were drowned ut Lu bick by breaking ti* rough th© ice white skating An Ll* veil-Year-Old Sn lr id©. San FRANCI800, Jan. 9 — Eleven y®a-old Clement Flint ran awa? from horn - Tuesday and was gone all night. His father found hnn on (lie street yerterlny and railed tc him. Th© boy r in. (bough tho father prom i>©«! not to harm him. Tie* hide fellow entered a hallway, and tiefora Mr. Flint eouid reach him shot himself dead. No caus© is known for tho act. Clement had always t>*en a good boy and was well treated. Deserted til© ltrot her hood. Columbus, O , Jan. 9—Jack O’Connor, catcher of th© Columbus club, woo signed a brotherhood contract last yeax. has signs'! a Columbus contract. He says he signed with the brotherhood under a misrepmwmtuti n. He was I©*! to believe that (Lie American as a*iciatiou wa* bead. lie finds ii a-* pout .'tearer aud is glad to r©turn to it. TViJl Submit to Arb* trot ion. Woburn, Mas*., Jan. 9 — Th© leather workers and th© isswes have ag?-!** I to submit tb©tr dispute about wages to tb*; eta!© board of arbitration aud obi Ie by th*? result, and it is now hop.-*] that the ti outdo xviii be settled this week. Dr. Kill IT ii and >11** Purcell Arrested. Trenton, N J., Jan. 9 - Dr. A. G Kniffen and Miss Pure.-IS wen? an est©*! late yesterday afternoon on th© charge of th© murder of Mrs Kniffen. They refused to make any statement and were i'>ckt?j up. Amri D«n*d Using. New York, Jan 9.- \ ai S Dodd, proprietor of Dodd’* exp    •    I largely iuter- rwted in baggage an I n.    ->vrtaiiou, is dying of brain fever. Eighteen Thousand ' I BurssKLS, Jan. 9. —Th* st;- k-i leioi uow number n* rljr IS,(Oil Char A DISAGREEMENT OF OPINION. Th© Vie© Pre*hl©nt of the Southern Hortatjr lte*i |l)% NKW York, Jan 9.—William P St. John, president of the Mercantile National bank and vice prmidffnt of th© Southern S-x'iety. Iiaa resigned th© latter olfic© and withdrawn from the society. Ina letter niinouncing hi* withdrawal ba state* tiiat ha ta <>n© of those w ho did not think it proper to take any action, a* a (M»"U?ty, on the death of Jefferson Davie There w©r© varietiac of f«t*liug in til© s'iciety on thin »ubj**ct. and as tho nbj-etn of the orgamzatkMi were purely so*-imI, it wa* not proper for a portion of til© *o©i*-tv to take action of a |iohUca2 flavor piirivirt-ing to exprt>s* tha views of the »wm*(*>i y aa m whole. Th* tim© iias n**t c*o:m* w*». *i th© ©ta ta pit of Jeff>*r-ion Dx via can Ii© troten iii teriiM a'^cptabls to ell American* !'.k *. Toe s*de justification for th** exutan**© of an organization in New Y> rk city liwiriiig the sectional tit!© uSou lier ti” iv a* the inter-ureter b©tw-en North and South for the spread of H'n i cent in common, an*! th© «*.-tir>,i i„ ,,'j ut ion cannot tend iu this direct Lu. I Memorial Section. A !•■'W, Jan. 9.—Tha secretary of th© i*o . i i©gent* announce* (hat tiler© will b.* n u> ir.orial hcshhxi at the regular meeting oi lh.* tewinl which occur* on Jan 30. Th? memorial* will include tho late Chancellor Pierson and Regent I*?wim There is n< hint yet aa to who will be the probable sue cessor* of these gentlemen os Governor Hill • iii Now York aud no intimation ba* beer ‘©ivcd by tha regent*. Dig Fail ara at Chicago. Chicago, Jan. 9.—The big dry good* how*© of F. R. tewlor at 182 aud 184 Wabash avenue, has been closed by th© sheriff un der (smfesalon* of judgment nggrf*,' ?tmg #41    It if* lielleved in oonuuerrid circ.es that the failure will show liahiliti©* of over ( ICO,OOO, with awela about halt that aum. Rough Weather ut Sea. New Halifax, Jan. 9.—The Steamer Slavonia, from Stettin for New York, ! im put in here. She experienced Bever* weatlier and ran short of coal. She will proceed to New York after coaling. An Alleged Murderer Lynched. New Oil LEAN 8, Jan. 9 —At Bayou Sara, La., a moll took Henry Ward from the jail and hanged him. ll© was accused of murder-ii.g an Iowa boy who wa* traveling with Freach’s circm A 4 un itolfilgua roupi© Married After * Ling and I»«**•!*«• rule Straggle* New York, Jan. 9—'Die World’* Mpectal from (‘«iian«laigua, N. Y., says: Frank Whitman of Napi©*, Ontario county, aud Myrtle Lyon, a l*>lta of the Marne place, have ju-t bran nmrriod after *urmotint!tig olwtaclea winch woald have disheartened lea* ardent lovers. They ware companion* from ciiil*iho?Ml, tint tim course of their attachment del not run *moothly, from the fad that th© young man** parent* had an blea that Myrtle ©as not quite ariMtocratla enough bi adorn a pine© in tho Whitman family. Frank was persistent, however, and although the engagement was broken several time* on account of parental interference, the lovers managed to make up every time, and (?ach eff*»rt Ut separate them seemed only to strengthen their affection. Frank lately arrived at bis majority, arid among other things h© determined bi marry Myrtle Lyon forthwith. His pa rente beoa me aware of his resolve nnd set alsmt bi prevent the marriage by force. They set a wa*ch ujHin tim young man1* movement*. Ko when he mad© arrangements to tie married Inst Thursday night they were at ones informed. Frank drove to Myrtle’* house at lh© appointed hour, and tho couple start*! for th© dominie’s residence. While driving along the highway the horse1* bit wa* seized by a man who suddenly leaped fVum a thicket at the roadside, while several companions seized Whitman, taok him from th© aide of the girl, put him in another carriage and conveyed him b» another town. VI ins Lyon was taken hon?© ami admonished to gix© Frank up, tieing assured that no means, fair or foul, would is* apart*?! b> keep them apart, and that in case they should Im married Frank would tie disinherited and her bf© made miserable. W hitman was bdd by bis captor* that ba bad L*tter relinquish the girl, as his peopia were determined ta prevent the marriage. Whitman’* captars loft him several mile* distant from home, and returning to Napi©* reported til© result of their ex |(edition. Frank followed them, and after telling hi* parent* what he thought at the methods they employed ta spoil hut happiness, set about urrangiDg another scheme to carry out bi* (baign*. Ile communicate*) with Mits Lyon through a friend and arranged ta meat her at another munster’* r©Nidt?nc« Friday after-ivion. Th© young lovers arrived almost simultaneously and without any preiaiiini-canc* joined band* and stood up before tbs parson. The ceremony was almost under way when an (Airer burst into the room and arrested young Whitman on a warrant sworn out by his mot lu r. He was compelled to go ta the lookup, while th© dmupjxanted girl went home in tears. Early next nun rung severe* of the young man * friend* oq»p©arod *nd went Ixxil lioud. He wa* no sooner liberated than he began to arrange another scheme. His wits ha*I been sharpened by past experience*. II© *t*rt«*d for a party that night, accom-!>aniod hy a young ia*!y, a mutual friend of th© fieraccutei lover*, while a ma'# friend at atte I in another carriage with Mise Lyon. Somewhere on the road thero wa* an exchange of partner*, and it is reasonable to AiippoeH. since WhitMian and Miss Lyon have not yet returned, that they at last suo-encded m realizing th© desire of their live*. A: any rate the Whitman* have given them-M-lvc* up to wrathful despair and aisxndoned til® chase. Du hue sympathy is, of course, • itll the lovers. “All the world love* a lover.'* Holiday Goods AT COST at    Monro s. -  - _ ;

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