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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1800. B HEP RESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NFW IH'I.ITIO MACHINK lor ruling 4 i tin.inc.f hUnlisit tlielatosluuililionto l.ui ii al Iiunliirk I'rintiiiff Com pan i IIKKNI A Ceuter street. r.icnrn, I'rnvisioiis, Canned Knilts, etc o free, ovuas' Electric ISread received i i I KX. M. MANJI, I'rscUcal I'lualier, Oaf A 'mi.l steum Filter. Special attention r, n l.' IMumlang. KirtlinateB given r, mibinir.tJas Filling.Swam Heating and II ,t Air t arnacoa. 27 K. Tuird street. I, it. uirrollD, 233 and 225 Central Avs I) Artistic Photographer. Instautaneoiit Bullies BpooiaUy. mil wult lor stinblnne except lor ii I) lioK JAMES iKvitra, 1'ro- iini'tur, No. 10 E. Second street, near But- i-treet, I'unklrk. V. MaKHZIIICS, Mu- rttiniihletH, etc., bound in all blyleH. orileru iupil) attended to. All work guaraiitood. I ,1 KCIIKK'S CKUCKKKY HOL'MK, SUaCeutral Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported anil :iomeetic China, Glassware, Ac. 111 AS. H. IIAKK1S, Central Are. Uen- enil Insurance, Life, Accident and 1'iro. ll..fore IruvelinK insure vour Ife til the old rt-1 Jil'le "Travelers'." Heal Estate Agent. l.i.uas nexotialed on property. HOTKI, Kates, II per day. 1 irery anil Itottidmg atuhle in connection Victor Uidur, 335 and 'iSi I. ion street. C ITY I1AKIIKK SHOP Chas. Nagle, Prop.. 1. ii'tcr I.akc Shore National llunk, cornui nter and Tlurii streets. A Hue otock o tmtrjn und Domestic Ugara. 1UNKI.LN l.y center street, i'r.wtical horse-shocrs. Particular attention to interfering horses. Shoeing ol roail :ii a trotting burses a specialty. 1 NKIIIK EVENUSU OIWKKVKlt. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNIUItK BNUINKEKtNO COMPANY rorirerl> hellew A Hopple. uf haxines, lloilers, Pullcyb SliafUUK liaiigcrs, etc. CiiitUaicD, anil Mue.lnne Work lo order. MI1IHT CO., 206 and Wi Center street, Manufacturers of ttu and "Dunkirk" perfect Uttlnp llreas sluru. on sale in all leading furnishing, clothing ami dry guixlu liouoes in Dunkirk, DF. TOOMEY, 4X4 und Lion street. I'culcrm Flour, teed, alt, Uuieil tlay.Phoa IJlmtod, etc. KHtabluhuil, Io77. IK HOTKI. and timing Saloon. Uiu.u Depot, httsy ncceHB to all traiuu and hus f. hoiis-eH. Uuttt necumiuudutiotiu iur Cum cial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. bi ULKKH CO., j 'il and W K Tblrd street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up (leistering. 1'ic-tiire Frames made to order. U. MATTESON Jk CO., SOI Central Ceaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters I I A.ltKl.1. STEAM HEATINO CO.. UanulActurers of Steam llcnting Apparatus Sanitary- Plumbing a Specialty. H OMK tftKAM Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOc; Collars tc; CllffR, 4c, aud Lai'Ji Curtains. Free ery. A W. Cumunngs, 207 Center street. I I K. OKHM. E. Third St.. cor. ot Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer In Fine Boots jt Shoes. HENRY vVEILER'S NEW 8TOKR, lott K. Third eu Hooks.Stiuionory. Musical In- fApers, and overythipg pertaining toa Urst cliiss book School Books a sivcialty. JOB PRINTING ol every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk 1'riiiting Company, tt and 10 K. Socand St. JH. VAN BURKN SON, Firo. Life, Accident and General Lusurftcaa. Deal- eia in Kenl instate and Loans. Turiicular aiteniioii paid to tho cire ol properly colleut- HiK rents '219 Center St.. 2nd floor. I'HAIt.MACV. SUO Central Avenue H.idiiuartera for Wall I'aiwr Paints, Oils, Ac, WfM. MOCKKK, Merelimit Tailoi, 316 Central Avenue R T M' and sur IV. gcon. (JIBce, il.'i (Jcntnil Avenue ovtl l.yoa sdiug sture. Olllce liuurx: itolua ito4and7to8p m.; lutio a" I'n Avenue. 'I elephoii' .all, Xo.il Cul'u uidj be left nt I.v0114 dm, store, mpht or day, and will be nn.....iiiv li livoiud and altended In. SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT IF you want a K.ndeiiei and llorist (or piumiifr vour tieen, miikiiiK nn Uiirdciis Hiid imrks, Holland, rrcin-h or r nirhsh write or call for anderuieiilei, M'2 Canary htrcet, and nee what thev can do -----------Wanted at Jnivelinic IliK I'av. Meadv Hi.ik WarraiiU-d (jinrk Millins (inlllt free I'lmi-eeiMarr .IAH.KUHII- NnrejaiHii, Itoi-lmster, N. OTODDAltT 1'atent A T.st, MasliiiiKioii, i) r s iVciitur- llre. Patents, Ciivenl-uii.l InidcMarkHiOKl-lercil All Patent e.oiiibicleil tor nmdcnitc Fees. Inform.ition Advice.and xpucnil rclcrciiccs sent on fio NSKH IN AD- "UMM; VAX( K, ullnwcd I'lieh ninnlh. Meadv emplovHiciitat Innne in travelnikf. No B..II.II- collccti.MiB. Ohio, [wish lo employ H few Indies on to lake I eharxe ol inv nt tin u homes I.- Kht, very Jascii ,mnB nnd henlllilul. ajri IK) per week. Kcft'iencc jriven, imv foi INS, J. TV., A :iU9 ('enter street, Manufiiciin IT and dealer in Hniness.Sud.Mcs, Bridlot. odars, Trunks.Whips, HuDulo Uol.os. Horse and Sleigh llohes. T. W. Murray. 337 Lion street. A specialty made ol Sanitary Plamhlng, team ami Gas titling. Workmanship guar- ntee.1. 1) SCUOL.TKS. A IT East Third street. t aslnonable Tailor. Uentlemcn will Bnrl U to their advantage to call on mo before purcbisine elsewhere. U. CAKV CO.. S" '.ion street. ty.ol sjlierwinWitliBma Pa.n -f such us Malik-hooks leilirera >n.l Jifciiil kinds oi Wanks done at Bnnkirk Printing Company, S and 10 E. Second St KUUOLI'H MOLDK.VHAUER, Cor. Tlnrtl and Buffalo Sts. Dealer in Granite. Marble. Cau on m fthe Ills that llesli s heir t.o, nud Uuil 110 Taiully sliuulil ever be wlt'iout !i bottle uf OI.1J AM> NKW STYLE INICdAlt rrhllM IN THIS HOUSE. Send for our Ladies' book. Address R. H. D1UKJ CO., New York, Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured it AtMiiisTuma on. HMH.S' OOIDEN SPECIFIC. II cm be given In a cup ol coffoe or lea, or In ar iclei ol lood. without the knowledge of the per- son taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and -wil :ffeot a permanent and upeedy cure, whethei the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE k complete cure In every Instance. pneo hool Address In SPECIFIC CO.. 18S Rac? St.. Cincinnati.O C. C. PENFGLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 M.VIN ST., IIUFFALO, N. Y. DKALKR IN Clocks, Silverware, I-enllicrfiooiK, Klc. XKCRA riXO, GOLD  linslim CelebiatuH With n Speech from Don Duller. NEW YORK, Jnn. 0 liusiness Men's Democratic club n banquet at tho Hoffman house last to Govertiors-eloct Bo o-i uf limn, Campbell of Ohio, McKinney of Virginia, Abbott of New Jersey and Toolo of Montana, The dinner was also in celebra- tion of the buttle of New Orleans Governor- elect Abbott WHS tho onlyonoof those mimed above u ho found it possible to attend. Tho others sent regrets, as did also Governor Hill Amoni; thoso were Henry (Jcoign, cx Governor Hundley, IV. E. Jills- sell, Ixou Abhotl, J. hMwanl fsimmous, Mayor Clripiu of Brooklyn, Ur. It. Grace, T Uc Manes, John C. Bhuehan and many of the pm ty. A letter of regret was received from ex- Presuljnt Cleveland, inv. hich ho caressed giatificatirui ,t tlm activity of lha busmnas men in iiirmrs, und regretted llmt could not to join m iho tribute to the d old Democrat whom wo ull tlo- lo i mi, nil... i wilhenihnsiasoi ffo eliioi HlM tel. -I iiphed his regl jts ai Ai [US', 'i in e, M I hail hoped to this hour to hi: n hie to alien 1 Mic minimi ess lien's it.ttic a-h in Inn nil t si en- ieiHs V ill I 1 hi me KOMI le IV mi; Alhaili ALBANY COMMITTEES. -Nail A ppol iitc.es PI 'Use pi in) i tli ul IMJ a A love ut llost'.n. BoHTdv, Jnn. 9 After the De.uocratm (.tate committee Imd tiansnetod its regular ljusinesrt y, stei day tho membels held tt lovo feast, at the Tremont hi use', the oeeasio, iteuiK (he annual diniici m ci lobi ation of tho ftnniK'ivirv of Jackson's victory nt New Among tho quests woro Mayor Carroll of I'livtucket, (Jen. Miinnnii of Providence, Hon. harles U'oixlhury, IJ.in. William lion Ix'opold .Horse, Hon. I'ulnck Hon. J. K. and oth.ls (i.'ii 1> A. Collins preside 1 ,md made n Idiuiious speech in opo II. e afternoon speaklni; The Hon. hui Ics was tlm ilrst spenkor, introduced as ono whojier- son illy knew Jackson. Ho niKiieii tor the abolition of the poll lax und thu building up of the navy BOSTON, Jau Tho Butler club beld ita fttiiiual dinner la-t. night nt Ihu Parker house and cell hi ate I .1 ickson day (ion lluller, Corporal 'I niiiiLi, Jos ah C Abliott, John I linker, John C I.imhan, Commissioner Tobin, N. A 1'1'mpton nnd about 100 others wercpie.ent Butler made a speech extolling J ick son, especially as an enemy of C. -I, 1 1, ,n nt Nanhvlllo. NASIIMI Jnn. Jackson Day was celebrated in Noshvillo by grand processions yesterday morning and thu delivery of an (iildrewh and permanent orjianisi-ition of Ihe National Jackson club at the fatuta citpitol. A banquet m honor of tho First regiment, National Guard state of Tennessee, u as given m thu af.ei noon by Jcro Uaxter, and at night a historic costume reception took plo.eo at tlm Maxwell houso under the ausplutu of Ihe Ladirs' Ilermitave (Jol. Mc- Clurc of Pennsylvania "as electcil prosident of cho National Jackson club, aud among the ico prcsidonvs aro Mayor of Clncngo, Uewilt C'relger and llaj Josephs ot Ala- ba A ltdnqtiet at CoIumhiK. ConMBi'H, O Jan 'Iho Jackson ban- quet last an immense all'aii- Covers were mid foi 400 guests, lion G. A. lialger piesidod. MORE ARRESTS Of )ns Who Concerned In Sullivan Kllrnin I'lfc'lit, Nnw Yoniv, Jan Uol W E. Harding of Tlie Pohco Gazette was arrested yesterday at The Gazette ofllco Mike. Cleary and Mike Donovan were notified and gnvb themselves up at police headquarters. The tln-ee men were wanted on a requisition from Governor Lovvrey of Mississippi for their participation in tha Sullivau-Kilram fight at Hichburg. All three were released on tSOO bail each to appear for examination a week from Sntiir- day. Governor Hill has signed thu requlsi tion papers Shortly before Justice Hogan closed court Detective McNnughton appeared with Will- iam Muldoou, Kullivan's trainer. Mr, Mnl- doon had been arrested at the Vandorbltt house, where he has been nursing a black eyo which he received from Evan Lewis, the while rustling with him in Philadelphia last .Saturday. He wus paroled until thiis morning. U is rumored Miat tho requisition also calls for the arrcsc of Flunk Stevenson Charlm Johnston, Jim Waki-ly, Loins li Allen and thets who took a prominent pm t n, ng the (letills of the, Fire In Kid i UK Aoiulcmy. KH-Yor.K, Jim. 9 stable of the Centr.i! 1'urk Hiding rifty-nudh slreet and S' venlb .U'-nue, was damaged to extent ot f 100 by liie last evening. Kjnt'JlHJ horses we.'o lurnel into tho street to save them. All were tecaptnred during the evenine. Some classes of young ladins were riding in the ucnd-my, but left the building without having been m danger. The loss is covered hy insurance labor Srltled. KOCHKSTEK, N. Y., Jail. strained relations which have existed for some time between local boot and shoe, inanutacuirers and their employes seem to bo nbout ended Each manufacturer has been tie-umg with his own men. nnd it is understood ih it in n majority of cases satisfactory have been reached, lu of t'.e faLtt i the men have not been woi king for t uo or throe d-iys, jending a of the trouble, but it is thought that n, n of thi. shojib they w ill lesiimo work to djy A Veril.it for N. Y.. Jim. 9 -In the ens? of Fmienok Mulsifl, who sued his parentb-lll- Inw, Mr. an.l Mrs IClock ot Veiuon, Oneida county, foi ali.iiintion of his wife's alfictions, the jury in the circuit court brought in a veruict for tuft plaintiff o' Mrs sueH Ilnmlltoiis. Yunk. Jan ft Donnelly, the nurse w Im was stabbeil by Eva Hamilton at Atlantic City last summer, and hus since been on exhibmon in a Bowery museum, has suit against P2va Hamilton and Robert Bay Hamilton for damages alletred to havo been incurred hy reason of the assault. Mrs Donnelly claims to have permanently lost the strength of the left side of hpr body, disqualifying her as a nurse and necessitating constant lecourse to medical aid. Sued fur Libel. BOSTON. Jsn W. Rvckman and W. V Christie, bnekers of the recent Maritime exhibition, have sued the Boston Herald and tho New England Steam Cooperage company for libel in having published certain state- ments regarding the indebtedness of the ex- hibition to tho Cooperage company. Dam- ages ato placed at in each case. A ISlizzard at Scranton. Pa Jan. blizzard visited here at 10 o'clock last night and raged foi an hour. O. A. IL Executive Committee. BOSTON, Jan. 1 lid executive committee having m charge the noTt national encamp- ment of the G A. K, met lust nijrlit and bad discussion with sevtral prof rieLors with reference to iMTO-nmidatini, of visitor to tho 'iieamnme.it. H derided th'.tonlv ini pr.ces bo charged, ai ranrjamflnts were mad', wlu-rcti} visitor-, ivill be pinran- tewl satisfactory eitlier in hotels or private lodyniKS, A Strike, Quickly Settled, FRANCISCO. J.m. strike oc- curred at Ihe Union works which was amic- aoly settled a few hours later. The men ob- jected to a recent order of the company pro- viding for mrmthlv assessments of .'JO cents to insure medical attendance in caso of acci- dent About 500 men Ipft the shop. A con- ference was held and the company agreed to retunu the money. I.ampum for Llentoimnt Oovernnr. COLUMBUS. O Jan. 0 two houses of the legislature m joint convention canvassed the vol.' for the state ofil -en and tho acting president of the senate declared Hon. E. T. Lampson, Republican, elected l.eutenaat governor by 23 plurality. Deluved by Adverse Winds. SAN FUANCISCO, Jan. Pacific mail steamer City of Peking, from China, due Sunday, has not arrived. It is supposed that she is delayed by head winds, ,f lliiH for the huirmaiibhlpK. AI.IIANY, Jan [t So fur as can bo learned tho committee I'huu man us sslected bv Speaker 11 listed ot the a sombly ure as fol- io s ays alii .Mums II uinlton ot Put- nam. Appropiutions Wi'lnrd H. Muse of Ncwlim Martin Curtis of Hi. Law lem-e Liws Kied fiibhb of Now Yo, k Canals All Inis of Kn Atr.ihs ol i r iiu'ia V Km- of New Yoik. WiHiini K Knnball of HI Lawrence Commeiocnii i Nnv .vitinn- John C' Adams of Orange. Insurance -W li U Inppljof 'at'nraugus Kxei-a J li vmg IJurus ot Inlerriil All' iirs S lied of Chau- Hnidford Rhodes of Wostch.'ster Alfurs of Villages -Clwilea IV of asfiiuyton. PiihlK I'rni'Kig -Scott U.trton of J'llbl c Hwilth- II J. Lane ol Jelfoi soil. Cl.nritablo and It, I. Deckel of Tloga, i'n hi ic lull -11 T Pe.-krf Corllaad. .Military A'Viiirs- Jo epli H ti Hinders of ReiiHsalaer K '''own of Ch mt G.iino Williim I'Vank llil. S ato Pu-oiis-Kilgir A Peirs'ill of Chen- nngo. Htato Ch'intnlilo lolitutioiis llonanl (K White of Onondngii I'livileg.-s and Kleclions- J I. of Dlllelli'ss InvisKjns llichaid Lewis of Mew York Trade and Miiniifaetiiiu- Mdi II of Ktenlit.n Public W N Hiiignt N'i w York. d- K I.olernf Mom no Petition., ot A Lens ly inder of C'IM ima. 'I wot hills nud Thlec-lillhs Ihlli ,1. J. 'Headway ol Indi m Atrmi, ISu J. (.lout of U'ajne Kugl-Ossed Ullls-Ueorge L Weel of IClllgS. Hevisiun Wi'linm 1'agi ol Hulls- Hamilton Kish of I'nliiam In the sen 1'resident pro ti m it is unduiMool, uill leave tlm ch m the case of letnrned mi moers as tte-y aie Tho vlmngot, will Im about 'is lollons. K-jniilor C. gnoibidl Coiniiieico and iguti.in Lis] iniard SiwvvalT. (Ji-nern! L iws-'I itu, Kigios-ed James W liuknlt. Hunks -Charles Saxton Iiiternnl Hdinund D'Conuor. Vnligiw -L W. K.noison. I'lioinas Iltinlcr Public Health Llspeunrd Stewatt. Public Pi inting -L ICmei son. State I'honms Hnuler. ,1. Ihrkett. Clmiles T Huclon lloads and llrnlgix-K Imuii I O'Connor Enction nn.l Division ol Towns and Counties -Charles T tsaxton. Laws Lispenard Stewart Manufactures of Salt -G. H Van Gonler. Grievances G S Van (J trdei' Public. Bmldnus II T Dunil.lsnn Public Titlis Slii-in d. Agriculluri U'. P Richardson W. P Hiclnrilsoii. The state board of civil service Rionors met at the veMerdny, Willmm A Poste, John A. Sleich'T mid Alexander C. Eustaci taking their vats for tho lust tune Thu hoard orgnnii-eil vviih Alexander C Kustace as tho eh-iirmnn, Claienco H Anglo as socTUtury nnd J H Dillyas chief examiner. No other busim ss wi., trans- acted. HOUND V.'ARIIINDTON, Jan proceed i ngs of the houao yesterday were, almost wholly do- voted to consideration of Mm District of Columbia appropriation bill, which was pusned. The speaker laid beloro Ihe bouin for retere.MY) a letter from the se'Telsry war, enclosing a petition from certjiin non- commissioned oihVers praying foi an increase of pay; also n letter from the of (ho treasury recommending that thu esti- mated of J I.W.OIX) for tlm pub- lic building at ban Kraucisco bo made m a ilellcieney bill. Tho house then went into committee of the whole on the D st.i ict of ohimblu appropriation bill The house passed tho bill und tit adjiiimcd until Friday. Killed Ills Friend t cLIcnt. RorllKHTKB Jan sped il dispatch to The Herald from vjatiand.-iign.t s ivi, that two young lads, well I. noun in Hut, vilhge, llained Krcdorick Freer ami U il'iam nian- chard, duck shooting nt tho foot of Calinti'laigna lake. Kieer, who was in f'ont, kneeled donn in get a (it some ducks] when Illiinehniil cnmo up dr iggmg Ids gun idone nl full co' k Hiiddenlv Ihe weiipon was ills' hnrgwl by "fltching onto ,1 tlm dim go eo'or.-d J.'i .-.-r's head behind tlm ear Kienr M hoi t distance and .fel! dea I (iKNKUAL FOREIGN NEWS A GREAT INCREASE IN THE LONDON FIRE BRIGADE. along u til E'Ji-vcn-Yciir-OM Snhirtp. SAN Jan. '.I -Kiev n f'lemetil I'l.'it ran awi.- tro'n Tupvl'iy 'ind .'..is (June all mglil. Ihs talher found him on Ihe stroet and railed tc him. Tlis bov n.i. Ihough tho fallu-r Drom ised not. to him httte fcllnw entered a hallway, and beforo Mr. Flint .imld Um shot hlinnuir deml. No cause if known for tho act. Clement had always agood boy and was well treated. Descried the Ilrelherhood. COLU-IBCS, O Jan. 0 O'Connor, catcher of tho Columbus club, wno sinned a brotherhood contract Iact has I n Colninlius contract. He savs he ngm.d with the brothertsooi u-ider a nusi-pf.rf'seniati ,n He was led to believe tint the Amei as wiriation wuiuead. lie Hnds n as ,-i ,-ut ever nud is glad to rnlurn to it. Will Submit ti, WOBUIIM, Blosj., Jan. '.I IcBthe, workers and the li-ive ngrw 1 to Hib- mit their dispute about wages to the Etntn board of arbitration nnd abt le by th.> losult and it is now hop, d tlmt the ti oublo will 'be settled this week. Ur. KnlnVn and Miss Pnrcell Arrested. TRENTON, N J., Jnr. o.-Dr. A. G KnifTen nnd Miss Puic II late yester- day afternoon tho ch-n-g.) of the murder ot Mrs Kmllen They refused to muko any statement and win locked up. Amzi NEW YORK, Jnn prietor of Dodd's m baggage an i dying of brain fever, 'd S pro- 1 largely inter- u eighteen Tbnnsmid l, BRUSSELS, Jan. str leroi uow number rly Ilerhcit Brings ft Llbid It'll... ClipldltT C.Mil Her Her Ufo UuuUni Irritated hy Aiislrl.i'H HefoiiMi of T.uan. KurotlUt I'ro jcutlons in Germany. Jan. London county council has almost unanimously decided to make additions to the facilities of tho tarn.' liro brigade, which involve an lucres m) of a to tba cost ot nialntainlng the system. This augmuntatmn of tho resources of the flre deprirtruDiit is tiaseil on the enor- mous Increase of tha work imposed upon the brigarle hy the vast spread of tho metropolis since any ouiiHiderablo oumbor of m.'U or pieces of (Ire apparatus weixi added to thu already overworked ai my of liro fighters, and moots with goneral approval. IIKUIIICKT ULADHTONK HUBS FOR IJIIKU Mr Herbert Gladstone hus brought nn action for Uliel afiuiwl Mr. Mulleson, the Ij'iodon of nn Indian paper. 'Hm rotiinu of llio Honrd of Tradn for tlm year ISH'.I show an iiK-n-am of in Iho imports and in the exports ovur the year lSt.8. FOU OXJI.O 8IIK niKD. Tho workmen ennniji-il in removinif tlio lobi is of titimntcr ]ialace nt was recently dentruy.il by havo iiiiido clear the cause of soptirntion of tlie ung Mlln Drancniirt, from her -tress, Princess Clementine., resulting in her dentil, whilo tho prnicoHs wan Huved. Ily the siito of tho charrod nkoloton of thn 01 was found o bag of Kold coins, which the young lady had manifestly hastened lo cure liefuro leaving tha burning hml'llng ini.i in i.rocunuK vvhlc-h hivl euiuiuiiHNl tho IIIIIP iicocssiiry ImTO pliuxxl hericlf r.'drh of the From tbo ixwiitioti of the skeleton it is evident thnt Mile Drnn- ;nt was before she was aide to ive her apartments itnd mot death with the K "f Kol.l in her hand In nation been cuusud in Russian i.ni- i nil cin Ins by tlio vinorous defensD made hy Hie Austrian pi ess of tho Bulgarian loan ru eeinly inken by Australlmi Imnks, and it is allnuiil thii m ono of tho rudsons actiiat- liu; Hussia in precupitatmi; the circular noto sent to calling their attention in unequivocal Mrms lo the fact thai attitude itii.l rrio.-o I'Y'rdiminii'rt relcniloii of the lliiiKiiruin tlironn aro m ll'inranl viola- tion of ailiclo "A of the treaty of Ikirlln. Thn Socialist prosociitloni in many have Impelled the proprietors of loons and hot. Is at SprotUu, Prussian hdusin, to n f niu the USH of their halls for tho pur- of holduiK Hocuihst ineuttngs. Mr. I'nrncll'. Wvapon LONDON, Jan. !l Mr. Pamcll, (n reply to the vole of the Mnnis town board, expressing conlldenco m ihu ability of Cnpt O'Shea lo sustain his charges against him (Parmill) wiv "The nctiini of tha board may Im morn ndvanliigeoiiKly met with tho deadly weapon of sitent couui.npL This I intend, while ut- Uily and entirely declining all culpability." In tlie I'ollCHn Club. Jan committee of the Pelican club has- resigned in a body In conse- quence of ihe refusal of D full meeting of the i !uh to approve tho repoi t of thfl committee on the Hmith-Hlnvm fight, exonerating Abmglon iltnrd) nnd Fleming from con nee. lion with the rnlilantsm in behalf ot .Smith. ItriizHlun Prixilnmifctlnn. Rio JANKIKO, Jnn. eminent has issued a .tecree proclulming lha tion of church r.nd state, guurunteemg n- IJRIOUS eijualilv and rstmtiniiirig lite slip mils granted under the monarchy IN.tor'n IVnce Contrlbntloim. R.IMK. Jan. TVtor'i penco to the pope for tho year WHO were 1 liro loss than during tlie precedlmr year. The legacies to the cnurch during ihS9 amounted to liro. Sliinlcy at Ail'n. Ancx. J-tn. Knlona, with Henry M. Stanley on hoard, toiichnd here yeatt-f day and procoeded for Suez r.lBht Skaters Drowned. P.KHI.IN, Jan. Bight Persons were drowned at by breaking through tho svlilie, skating. A DISAGREEMENT OF OPINION. The of Southern Sm-lotjr IteHlyilll. NKW YOHK, Jan William P St. John, president of the Mercantile National bank and vice president of tho Hnutberii Society. has resigned the offlca and withdrawn fiom the society. In a letter announcing bis withdrawal he tlmt he is one of those v ho did not tlilnk it proper to take imy ae- tion, as a society, on tlm death of Itavia, There worn varieties of feeling in tho society on this subject, and m tho objects of tho organisation were pniely social, jt os nut proper for a portion of tho wc'u-tv to tuke action of a political flavor purport- ing to express tho views of thcuonu-iy 'in u whole. Tlie time, has not COMIC wn.'n the epitaph of Jetr.-rson DWH can v, terin-i ttcceptiilila to nil Americans .i.k Tno solo justiticdtioii for the cxi-iinnce of an organu'ition m N, w Y.IK cay lienring tho sectional title "-sou hem" is as the mter- pretei and South for the sp.'c'i'l of vn i in common, and tho S'jtio.i cannot tend in this dl- Mvraorlal Ai: >vy, Jim. secretary of the ,i i announces thiit tlu-re will a iui moriol efssion at the regular m f the goods NO needful to House Wife, and the (rent advantages gained by having them to help you out in your daily duties. Our new assortment comprises in House-furnish- ing (joods. (.'all and examine them. All Goods first quality. Bring this list when you come to buy, it'll you out and IIH tWO. I4iil.tlii.il piiim........ 10 ijl. djs.li piiim........... HI llixll Pure house hold ninoniil. Coinli In null linlilcrH...... Tin JHCKOI glass oil cans.... -ijl oil cilllrl............. Units' suds dippci-H....... -1.....1 iiini fiy iminj Drinking (lippuis........... DiinkiiiK cups............ Heavy ciikotunii'iH......... lleuvy soup Indies.......... Illlllt'H............... Ijiittfe meat forks......... Vt'fjalnlilc strainer....... licavy Drillers....... I 'ecornted i nspedores...... liodn............ 'onl sifters............. .ai.m' howl ......25c ......Sic lOc .......Iflo ........Wf. .......lllr Bo 4 dud 5ii U 4 and 5e fio Be 4f 4c 8c 4c Be .......24c .......I8i- 10r Kir So I9o So 'over d Mew pium l'att HiliTH 'nlent sliainor Illli r and funnel go MiiiiiiciH......... Milk skimmers.................... 1' lower Mficrs..................flg ll'lll 1'llhn....................' i.'Hllopfd cuke DelRtchahlc bott nn rake puns. IKc Dclalcliiihli- lioltmi pit' puns........Ifje 'Miilxisscd knifo Irays.............. 'lolllCS patent i-jfg 'uli'iit clolliH kpplo corers.....................gK .tuge slcamcra only................8Ho vinlioxHi'il fancy toilot pails.........HHri I ipiinklniK (tnonaile inixeiit..................I tic, .mifi' strainers.................... tic liCHl qt. millt Kxira muh finishes ood heavy horse hiushcH..........lOc Kxirn Jlravj roppc) liollnm lea pols )i'roialLil Tiimlilcr 'hildH fancy piiil...........gc JiliiinoiiH inalch 1'win iniilch safun only............4c THEY OUTWITTED THE OLD FOLKS. A CUM Oouplo Mnrrlod After I.O.IIT NEW VOIIK, Jan. U World's tpcoUI from CnimndHlgun, N. Y., Frank Whttniaii of Ontario county, nn.l Myrtle Lyon, a Iwllo at the place, vfi jtint ticuii aftor lunuounting tnc-loB which would hnva dlBheartflnad ldiit lovars. They wuro from but tho uourae of their attach- ment ilki not run from the fact tlmt tho you 111; man's parent! had an kUa that Myrtiu ntu not quito arUtocntlo MIOUKU In uilurn a plnca in the Whitman family. Frank wan perniiMnt, however, and although the oMgageineiit wai Mveral timni on account of parental interferenco, tho lovers managed to innke up every time, and each effort to separata thorn wemed only to Ntrengthon their affection. Frank Intrly arr.vod at bit majority, and iiioiif; other things to marry My i tio I.yoii forthwith. parento becaina aware of his and Mt to viMit ihe hy foroo. They aet wa'eh uixm thn young mnn'ii Ho he mode to be mar- ried hist Thnriday night they were at Fiank drove to Myrtle's houaa at ihe nppofnteil hour, and tho couple stnrt-d for the reaiiionco. Whilo ivmi! along highway bone's Mt si Miizcd hy a nina who niddoniy laapwl from ft thicknt at tho whtlu oompnnions seized Whitman, took him from tho side of the put him In anolhor and conveyed him to another town. Mini Lyon was taken and admonished lo give Frank up, Mug assured that no ineaiiH, fair or foul, would be spared to keep them apart, and that in case thuy should ba msrrieil Krank would be disinherited and her life made miserable. Whitman was told by bis capton that had bettor relinquish the girl, as bis poopta were determined to prevent the marriaga. Whitman's capton loft him several mild dla- lant from home, and returning to Naplai reportBd tlie result of tholr expedition. Prank followed them, and after tolling fall parents what be thought of toe metbods they employed to ipoil hu happmens, aet about arranging another schema to carry out bit designs. He communicated wltb Mils Lyoo through a friend and arranged to ber at another minigtei-'s residence Friday after- noon. The young lovers arrived almost simultaneously and without any promllmt- nariea joined bands and stood up before Uw par.son. The raremotiy was almost under way when an ofllcpr bunt into the room and arrested young Whitman on a warrant sworn out by mother. He was compelled to go to UM lookup, while tho disappointed girl went home in taais. Barly next morsing several of the young man's friends appeared and went bail hotid. He was no sooner UheratMl limn he began to arrange anotner scheme. Hw wits nail been sharpened by past expert- encos. Ili> started for a party that night, accom- panied by young la.ly, a mutual friend of Ihr- perRecute.1 lovers, while a mate friend tc I in another carriage with If in Lyon. riomewhara on the road there was an ex- rbange of partners, and it U reasonable to since Whitman and Miss Lyon not. yet returned, that they at last suo- cwded in realizing the desire of their At any rate the Whitmans have given them- wlvos up to wrathful deapalr and abandoned chaau. Public sympatby U, of eeocse, with the lovors. "All world loves Holiday Goods AT COST t at Monroe's iNEWSPAFERr lEWSFAFERl   

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