Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 13, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 13, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , MONDAY, JANUARY 13, ISIK). NO. 132. U EP RESENT A TI VE Business houses OF DUNKIRK. ..IU ICI'UNO MU HINK for ruling j I K ll I-of ItlMtikK ri the UU-I »<I<liU(ia b» >1,. hail cal Department of dunkirk I*rii»ting rom pan i p\\M»F.K'S i on! mini Wood Yard, are-\ i . niral Afeuuc, opiMtitt Nickel PUU j'ot AH    of    11 an I and Soft 4Jo*l. ti <u I..itnUt. shingles and Lath. Ira* ,    4,..rr©*p*i»> truce for wholesale Iou i4*ilClU't.    _ I i \ m. MANN, Practical I'lualwr, <»a» A [ SU am Kilter. Special attention *7 „ sanitary Plumb***. Estimates given I* l l. IOC «.aa Kitting, SU*aui Heating and ZI VI > unlace*. 27 K. 'Third street. it iii * linen, na and SSS Central Ave I i Amalic PtioUigra|dier. ImtUuUmtoui r , Winch* <•* Ka blea a specialty. hitters , ll(,i wait *or annulli tie except lot I .(MIK III NORBY—J AM Btl I KYI NII, PrO-I , , , , u»r No. 16 K. second street. near Ituf-1    ;r»•« I. dunkirk, N. V. Mega*mea, Mu Y I* nu cli let*, ©bi., bound in all style*. Order* , ii) attended U>. All work guaranteed. • >, ICI ll KICH C IWK ti KHY ll* IL HK, J |    sis    Central Avenue. \s ! f-..tie and reuil denier in Im *orted aud i..im rue * luna, lilaaawnre. Ac. ill is. ll. ll A Kills, SSI Central Ave. 4»©a-i i t i ii Insurance, Life, Accident and k ire ..fore (.raveling injure Your Ile iii the old ,    * “Traveler**.” Heal Lrtate Agent . ah.-, mgouau Iou property. (H AI TAFQl’A KOTIK I ta ten, ll |»er day. Y ,t.rT and Uoaiding Stable in connection VicUir Rider, AV* and .HIT Lion street. (ITI HAKI1BK SHOP Chaa. Nagle, Prop.. ,, t,-r Lake Shore National Hank, cornel -.ut and Third firer-la. A line stock of ..reign and Domestic Cigars. lONKULN St MIN, center street. Practical hornc-ahuera. Partie.ular attention it J lo interfering home*. Slioeiug of road i . trotting bone* a specialty. s l\ I UK KY FNI NU OltSKKVKB. Largest I lady in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. Wf'Kf A fi.VA HO I'Af KTX Inntintifri. KT. KOI.Pil, M, ll. physician and oar i, geon. * mice, .!!.'• Central Ao nue, «*v«*i Lyon’# drug store. (IHI ce hours: ut., lo a. I to 4 and 7 to » p. nu; Hundav -, to in: 4J ii •n. Kealdem e. < ©.lira: Avenue. Temple >n< all, No. si. Cal'* may lie left at Lv-.n- dim 'Ujre, night or day, and mil lie prompt* de liveied and attended u*. SPECIAL A N NOU NCEM ENI I K iou want a pre de--tonal gardener anil I florist for pruning your tree*, making iiH-c J Wardell* aud park-, Holland, I-reach or Kngli-h iii'Mlel, write or call f«»r \ an.terinciilcn tire* Iii Canary Street, and -«*© what tin v « an do. i INK IRK KNGINKEKINO COMPANY. )    Kormeffty    sellew    A    Popple. Manufacturer* of Engines, Boiler*. Pulleys, ailing Hangers, etc. PatU*rii«. I1 urgings, ^lingf, aud Alai lune Work lo order. >1 NKI HK Hill KT CO., JOB, ik'i and Af. I Ceiiler street, Mauu (adure rn of tin rom well” and “Dunkirk” perfect-fliting ram s Piru*. Ou sale in all leading furnishing, .tilting aud dry goods houses in Dunkirk, V r. TOOMEY, I.    I    ,r    aud    4.’U>    Lion    street Dealer in f lour, f eed, alt, Haled Hay, Thou tales, el*:. Established, 1(477. ■ ’KIK HOTEL and Dining Saloon, Union Ti De|>ot La*y acce** Pi all trains and bus-iness houses. Hest aecommodations for tom mere.al I la veld a. John J. Murphy, Prop. Iv ll I.KICH Si CIK. Vj    u7    and    M K Third street. Kine Furniture. Cabinet Mare and I p-o.' Gering. Picture Krames made Pi order. IK MATT EMON Si CO., SOI Amiral Ave., Leader* of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitter* J J AKI Ll. STEAM HEATING CO., Maaufaeturer* of Steam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. | | OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our s|K*eia1tie»:    Kine    Shirts, l**e; Collars, ie; Clifts, ie., and bac© Curtain*. I rec Deliv • ry. A ll’. Cumming*, 2**7 Center street. | J IC OEHM. K. Thin! it., OOT. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Kine Ikn.p A sine*. Henry wkilekt neat store, ion e Third sc IpHiks, SUUonery, Musual Instruments,Magaiines.Daily aud VV eek.lv Fallers, and everything pertaining to a Amt class book spirts School Books a s|**cialty. IOU PRINTING of every description and al _ lowest living rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IU K. Second St, III. VAN IIC REN A HON, Fire Life, - Accident and General I lieu rat J*. Deal ors in Real Estate and I am na. i’ar.u-ular attention paid P> lh© care of property collect mg retd* Ag. il« Center »U, '2nd floor. O' ROE’S PHARMACY, IOO Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Pajier Paints. Oils, Ac. I) KKR INS, J. IT, AW Cauter street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Saddles, in idles, Collar*, Trunk*,Whips, Huff*'© Kola**, Horse I ov era ti tov en, Mi tu*i»* and Sleigh Untie*. J >11 MUINO. T.W. Murray. It! Lion street. A si**! laity made of Sanitary Plumbing, lea ai and Gas KilUng. Workmanship guar-nu «-d II SCHOLTES, . ,    17    Hast    Third    street, fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it to their advantage Pi call on me before purchasing elsewhere. SALESMEN, Wanted at once. Local «>i 1 Traveling Rig Pay. steady Work. sp*-k Warranted Quick Selfing S|K-«*ialtie* Outfit f lee. K\|t©rienec I iiu«>*-©*-ary. .I am.E.VV ll IT-HICV, N ursyman, Rochester, N. \ . I ODD A KT A < o., I* 7 st, VV ashington, D(, opp I I’aP-nl or-llce Pap-lits. Caveat and Re D-uei sec tire* I Trade Marks registered All Patent busine ^ conducted for uuslernte Foes. Information VUvioe. and -peel ai reference* scut on request. (iiGkSAl. ARY, flu EVP I. NS Es IS AU V' I' '    \ A N ( I. .i «,    .I.    -! ■ inploviuent at home or traveling. So solicit*! mg. Duties delivering and making collection*. So Postal Card*. Address with stamp. DAKER A CO., Piqua, Ohio. I Wish to ( iii ploy a few ladies on salary Pi take charge of my burliness al their home* Light, very fascinating aud healthful. VV ag* * Itll |ier week. Reference given. Gi**d pas for part time. Addr* ss ss Itll -I nip. Mlts Mar b*s VV ack HK, (Willisville Ky. lur Rent or Sale. House corner se-wind ami Dove street*. Newly lilted up amt in flue condition VV ii: sell (iii easy term*. Enquire at the office of Martin Heater c«* ThevMbrmon Elders’ Book on a .;>* o iafta, niiui. 4 fr.^» to married men, a*)fir\a F. JI CruMlwSka Uracd HL. Nev York :-:UPRIGHT GRAND:-: PIANO TUE HANDSOMEST ll'HD, HT HI ANO M KNIE AC IT HED. K.VTIUK I NTKIUokC ’o.NSTIin I IDV EXACTLY LIKE TDK (iRAND Piano, and on pkkcisk- LY TDK SAMK PRIN- . t I PLK. Height 5 ft IC in; VV. UbSitUn ; Depth 2 ICI in I ) ll. I ARY A CO., .AXi Lion Ktroek General I lard wa re, VV hi ie laftd.Oilft.Painter’ft Supidiea, Oil t loth*. («rat. p* VV are. A *f>©eial-ty’of Slierwn. William* Pa eland Monroe range. l>l LING, -Mich na blank-lss>kft, U*lgerft, and It , ad kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, r and IO E. Second >c Rudolph moldenhater, ,    Cor. Thirl and Buffalo st*., Dealer in Granite, Marble, f lagging and Building stone. Call on me behint buying your sidu-w alk. I > ISLEY Si IXC i i    7 and 9 East Kront street. Whisky, Wine*. Brandle*. G'W.eral Liquor Spire for family Cfte. f> OHE RT SIK VY, i    I on street, nenr the depot. boarding, sale, Keel and Livery SUbl* stabling by Hie day or week on reasonable tonal. UFI lf, J. W.. I A* Center etreek Dealer in Musical luntrumenu and Hewing Machine*. We make a specialty of ll rat ©la** makes of Plano* and Karrand A Votey Organa S' J AM J. GILFORD, SOI Central Ava (U|> •tair*\ treneral Infturanee and Real EstaP Ag*nC fire. Life, A eel dent, apd Live Stock insurance. Prompt attention gtv ?n to buying and veiling Ileal Estate. fix C. JONES. J •    7ft E. Third »c, cor. I>ecr. Kxeulflior Meat Market, fresh, Halt and Smoked Meat*. Lard, Ha usages, Oysters and Poultry. Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get h Mehtin A Son*' Piano with Patent M utller, which ret I urea the lout* to a minimuin. Do yon mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? Tile Patent Finger Guard on the Meh-lin vN S«*na' Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in I p-right ease? Then the Mehlin ic Sons' will suit you Do you like a sweet, full, iou nil, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin A: Sons' will charm you IIhtp you a taste for the artistic* The cave of the Mehlin A Sons Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with bvc-re-lief panels, is a real work of att, aud tit for a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, and delicacy of touch? The Mehlin & Sons' on these points will win your praise. But here we must atop,for our limited apace will not permit us to mention all the excellent feature* of these sujverh instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, we invite you to call and inspect the Mehlin A Sons' i'iano for yourself. Reid's Music House 134 Central A\enue, DUNKIRK. N.Y. FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is lierebv given that I have taken nil son. Rudolph Koch, into partnership with me in iii© furniture business, and that the busine** will hrtw*fk*r In* r*»n«lup;cvi winier the firm name of Louis Koch A Son. Lot t* K CH. SPAIN IN A FLUM HNT. REPUBLICANS EVERYWHERE LOOKED UPON WITH SUSPICION. Kitutlob til si«l of l.ojdiig I heir Control. Hic Vt r.t I o«l S.-nnd.II* Iii Ding Many ltriti-ti N.tbli-riien Into F * ii#-—Comfort tar lovrin of Wlti-ky — tivu last Recoin I rig Russianized. Loxtsix, Jan. Pi— Madrid v a* kept In a ferment <1 « xejb-ment all day yeti uliu bv re|s:*t«*l riiiiiors of flu* young kin: - death. I Mat iv ln-lii'vul that the tnonan ii lutd rxally |m-'.*l away, and tho amu»un«s-titent of the fact wa* l«'ittg cot id-alod for state n'smx Hitch thing** ar© not un known t<» hist* <rv, and ii «v r a gov* rtiinent wa    by Ile- situation iii hesitating; to pnelaiin tin demise of a ruler, the fires; tit h guile iii S|siin i* cot -taitdy iii Midi a jss-ition The tx |»>ils of liostile coal it ions and plots arc almost t<s» numerous to !»■ smnk*l and v.t ighed. The lh 5 uldicaiL*. though as a matter of fact I active than tis- |Mt)iisan* of I ton (’ar loss, are j I tea ring Ha' Lriiiit of general suspicion. An ! outrage (iiiiiiiiittol ti]s*n tho |jas-s'i»gen» of a railway’ t rn iii having l**'ii attriL'tb-d to! th* rn, tin i: c e ic i- have bn . d ll ii i* I ’.Me t<> issue a 't.'itement l“inin!lv d iivi*'.' th* truth «if th** cliarge. and explaining th it the j*-r- 1 I sd i at* )t> of tis* cl im© were I lat id i til who for nome n’iMiti l*-st known t<» Uiwnslvss protmLiy «*ut **f sh«s-r malignity Isiastj*! ’ that tl;**y were Republicans and that til© I iilTi'iw vMLsnotaii ordinary fd**tiv hut tiieiait- , mull© »>1 a js*litic«| conspiracy. Th© affair, trivial in itself, give* *w*m© imii*ut • *tt of th© rentJess tuid app;. ii**iisive stab* *d th*- public , mind in the peninMila. A IU ittKIHI.K HT XTF OK TI [(NOH. AU Kugland is under the shadow i*f th© (loud that th© disgusting s< an idols iii (’lev© land strxs't hsvsiTsstel, Th** trial «<f New-I Vat has detnonsttated tiiat th**hid*1* >u* rumors which have I nm-n cimil’iting for several i ut*aiths |Kist nu* tm** and that m**mls*rs of ; th** first, families of th** kingdom are crim-1 i na I ly implicated But th*- storm has not : burst vet and until ]*arUaiii**nt oj« as all th** horrible details will not Im* known. After that will Is* the deltnjB. It Hied phasing to a country which prides itself so much on its j hereditary arid«*< ntcy to think of poli'x*men waiting outside the most fashionable Lindon , ©hills with I toy* who had Im*©u inmates of th** Clexrelarw! street «l* ti **f infamy to identify I lords iin*l g« nUfflii n who lu*«l frequented the J place. It is not phasing either to tin* lords and gentlemen u ho behaigto the lnwt ©lulls to I** c**tii}» ll" I t*i watch Ipitn tlieir window*] t<* nsis't t un it th© coast is c|*‘ar for exit and then bot to venture to walk iii l’uli .Mali ot l*ks*adillv but g*i around by wav of unfash ioiuibl** st nets iii calls. Tr« 11 »**n< I* us efforts-ais- still ln-itig mad*- to avoid further publicity in th© matter but nothing can u\ail to pix- , Void a complete ex|nmur© n«iw A DEt’LOKAtilJC FACT. It is a sa*l an*! demoralizing b-atur© of th** influenza epidemic in I ‘arui that ladies ami gentlemen very jmrtial to nlmliol cscajol. j wlul** tlioN,- leading ♦emigrate Iiv**s w*-r© th© worst st iff ere ©s. Phvsii'iiuu noting this im- i m*s|iat«*lv ndvistsi Am us** of warm »tic**h-*lie j drink, with tho result that 1,'ibu w«*re arrested in the streets within thee day* for drunkenness. < >f this ntimlier    «lot‘hired that they Drunkenness, Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IT AiaiRISTItlne ai. HAIIIS' 6SIDEN SKCfflC. It can b« given la a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar beleft of food. without III© knowledge of the person taking It; ll is absolutely bai rn less aud w.U effect a permanent an** sf>eedy cure, whethei the us:lent Is a moderate drtukeroran alc**holic wreck, it HEVER FAILS. " ** GUARANTEE a complete ©me lu evei v instant e. 4s pajje Ikkj* FREE, Address in cmMrnie, COLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rat s St.. Cioclmtatl.O C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER 4 IMPORTER. nu* xi %in st„ buffalo, n. y. DEAI^i IN JJMQi WATCHES id TOT, Clocks, Silverware, la-at lier (mmmIs, l ie. KX (tit A ll NG, GOLD *f SIL VER PLA TING AY ATL HES, JEWELRY, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Ret»airing a ft|»e*ualty. Frank t. sup!. SS E. Thin! st \Y * Rocker, Me rebs at Tailor, Bt Can tral Area us A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS ,304 AIAIX ST HK KT, Opposite Iroquois lie tel. I ion brought under her n< =ti«’e, and has yet left a big I*»rt un© for diviakm among mt*m- j b rs of tit** family. HER PRINCE DESERTED UKK. Arreri'-an girls who ar© of a marrying turn 4i>* h**rel»y warned that a year or so ago a {'lentil* girl married Nusri Bey, a son *>f >Saan<itillah 1‘asha. th© Turkish aml«n<(N«*l*»r j to tile Austrian c**urt. a^xirding t*»tlieTur J ki lt (v-iviii*my, th© Turkish military attache. I ti)© Turkish consul general, nu*! the seeretai) of lite Turkish enilawy, all a* ting a« wit-i»e- «-s B©*-otiiing tm*d*if Inn wit© Nusri Bey declared that Turkish law gave him authority to dissolve th** marring© at his ow ti will, ll** j has »(<••* .nim yr Iv |.*ft Vu-nna. hikI his wife and , chih I ar© dentitute. His father is ©ti*l©av**r-ing t*> bring tin* **rrant tiuslxiiul t** t*-rms. but without much diamv of suuvss. The o*nstil general, who was a witless to ibis niarriag**, : • lid exactly the sam** himself in IVsth, "Iten* j Ik not i (**x)fpdaBd aa duly mari i**d ac*x>rding t th© lliiii,.anan law I* MIN I Vt A DV LKTIs! VG HIK SHOW Barnum will stand <*tia pinnacle glory <ai tti** :tbth inst. i)u that day he t going to tell stork** tor an hour or two in th** drawing r*«>m in (Jmnetur square of no less a perstHi than ti.© TIII- XKO no Ql’KSTION. IT WILL BE DI 'CUSSED THIS WuEK IN THE SENATE. CH AZED BY D-viN* T hi •«.it mi*! senator Batler Will f ig© Thai Hi* Colored People sh,,!,ut he Transported to Afr;©a. Sir. Iii^mIG on the Hpp«-»il«* Sui© The llon«e I**    <    otwbler    III*    Near    Rules. Hiller Busine**. s* in! t<* The Tribe* filii. I s'rf* < t ti i j iittempt of Wasiiukjton, «-n. IS.—Interest in th* P* XKTKsiings «.»f (H*ngr©s*. tins wis*k will i-entre in two things-Hie diacmviioii of the rules, which will |Wolja)»ly occupy a gr«*at jv»rti<in of the tim© of tit© bouse of representatives, and th** deltaic in tile senate between Senators Ingalls an*I Butler on the race question. .    ,    ,    ,    ,    .    -    •    m    | * :ij I I b* <Iis*.‘iik-i »n in pn*-,iH*-t in the s« tutu* can b**llst \*ar. having hts wife and child    .*    ', 4    ,    . I lianlly I*© c«|].sf a d bat©, as both of the speeches to lie delivered ala* prepared and will la* delivered, almost without refer©u**e ( on© b> th* other except to refer to the sa mo f Lnglixb j measure |tending in Hkv senate. Souk* tim© ago S**nat«»r Butler intnsluccd iii th** *©nat© a bill intended to provide a means where!»v til© government may asdst Sen- w til i©int* incident tile****, an*! it will rsist a guinea to hear him. Th*-Ntvits ar© ult **h Iv sold to a in***l distin-gui-h -I and n**bl*- a ii* I;*‘lice. Th** pr'vsssb go Lo assist th«* |VH»r Irish |M*As:iiit.s ami di»-I Irish lul ies. Mn*. Shaw will whistle on the sam** os*ask>n f >r th** same jMir|v>s«*. Three *d the British m©n-nf-war which sail.**I vAiitliwanl with Hie tl***t ftt»iti Zan/j Ikji- Satunilly have n*ttim*d to that Itarbor. Th** <-hj I -if the my >t«-nous n»ov»*m**nts of j“ (I t if th* y have any «*hj*- t, has led yet k • n revealed. MOPE FOH TMK MINERA Fifty th'-ti-fliid (sial miners are now on .trik© «»n th** Durham district for an advatKx* of 15 j»*-r «‘©nt. in wages. Til*- pri**© of ©ml is rupuilv advancing in Kitgland. and it is I*** ll©vc I that th© miner* will gain their jtomt. It is -.Lit.-d in St. Petersburg that lien. Richter, adjutant general of th© army, uj»*»ti whom Un* < mr Iug r**©entf\ lawtowwl various marks of favor, will stMxvvsl Gen. \ ann »wski us miiii der of war. PORTUGAL BACKS DOWN. Nit* Will Withdraw All lier Troops Dom th© Disputed I'Olin tv V. Lisn<>\, Jan. Bi—Th* British minister, Mr. P»tr©. w ti it «sl npmi Baron 4»«*mez, minister of foreign affairs, .Saturday and mi|*»rt©d to him Great Britain'* ultimatum in regard to tin* African territorial disjmt©. namely, that th** Portugo*** fonsvi of every kin*l ii© recalhsl from Mi© tanks of the Shire beyond its is»ntlu* i»iN‘w ith th© Kilo, and tvnith of Zambia ami Ma-.hon*ilan«l. Failing to re-<s-iv«- m r**plv' w it bin twenty-balr hours, ti* British legation would go val bmnl th© admiralty yacht bn- halitoses and uwait the reply U*en*. Th© king at one© summ*Ht«sl a council of th** ministers, und a reply was agreed u|s>n to th© ©flTect that Portugal, U*ing t*s* weak Ut opp **• a strong flr.J-chtsapower, won!*! order th** witlalrawal of the tr«s*j»-, from tin* Shire aiel Mash* aa da. id di-tri**t.s. reaiTviiig tlw* rights of th© en*wn in th** Hl»nd«»n*sI territory. It is r©|s>rted thut til** ojipoBitt'iM in the cortex wdl attack tin* government for ita course iii yi ‘l*iing tv* Knglnnd'a oltimatum. It i>. st ut* si t (ut th© government upprch**rul' ! In Is union also a quiet tip ha* j denM*nMtraU*aLs ut Quill it nan©. Ihdugon ItrtV mid elauwlwiv iii (Us- Iii©ulliiiiatutii was* tx*f less I.    ________ French Fleet i<ni«. PaHTs, .tun. Bk— Iii th** **l«s-ti*«n in th© flrvt j eir©u:im*riptnm of ls>riciit y«*st4*r«iay th© I polis -food a.-, follows; Pluvial, I loyalist, 5,- j 7'fc>»; Guy ©HK©, Kadical, -1,7131; Sotilit*, Boti In tight. 2,074; Kullier, K**ciulist, 7Si*l; Merely, KevLsioiiiat, I*. In Rochets mart, lasjnzon IjiIiii-, B**iilur.giat. rtHvivul 5,177 votes ami I Aly I lover, Ivejaiblu-an. *»,:{:St. In Steinne, It* (Jimut©. ItejHiblicaii received h,14V>; Ni«*-raud. R uLingi^t, 0,419*, and Cbcvard, Socialist, -Bk**.    .    _ lord Hartington Improving. I/>Nir*N. Jan. Bt. — D»nl Hnrtington, who has lieen » riously ill with (s»ngcsti**i» «vf til© lungs, is bd lei*, and his physicians stab* that unless un unexpected tx*lajim© occur* Ii© w ill recover. It s*-©ms that th** fact of th© marquis' wen* simply folk)wing freatinetit jtrescrilied for itiffuenm. Iws*ti circulated that whisky is a medicine f*»r inthu-n.’Ji, but th© in«'r©n.s»* in th© drunken nrrests has n«»t been made known. But then. in london th© prdkvfnen stop making arrest* I f»*r *lninkenn« ss w hen th** cell* nix* full. I which in **»iih* dwftri*‘ts is tin* case every night TIm* practice usually adopted tlien isb* put the iuebriat«vi *»n** into some quiet doorway, loosen his collar to prevent suffocation. J ate! tlien relieve hint *»f his watcli, if la- has one, til case professional thieve© might N* about. \N ht*reu|«>n is ImMsl th© popular j musical ball simg of today: “If y«Hi waiit to kii*vw th© tint© ii-k h |«*li*s‘tnnn ’’ (hi tit© continent the dm-as** is spreading in j tit© Balkan stat**©, I Lily and Greece and is evidently on tin* march to 4V>nsinniimpi©; but j fd»*wli**nj in Europe it is Hinting, although not mo quickly a* in England. Royalties have j Us-ti luckier this w(*ek. Only th* queen ne>tlier «*f Portugal, two or tim*© Austrian j aix hduk«*s. and a few i** tty German prin*vs I tiave full-11 vi. tims; but Ola* of til** last | d»n«w    *lt    l iud    Invoto©    known to the public nanxsl c!n*-s. 1'nmv Ad.djdi of Thurn and | uotd    aft.    r tb-    .    ri    is had    b-* n    hemv Taxis, agisl 4(‘, «li©d of influenza after only thnvda.s’ illtu?*©. Th© Dowag**r Enipretw    n,nJ”    a1*'* ot AugtiKbi's death was only remotely *Iih* to in flue tiza. MILAX IN A «.<K*r> ttl’MOR. Fat I hr Railroad. Madrid, Jan. Bl.—It is announced that a King Milan <*f Serxin. altlumgh nominally    ,,f Hiqmhlhwns cut th© railr.*ad a son cf the Gr*vk church, lei jug th© I'retest ant t hri.dttuis aud N and orthodox asm an t v i ;**r. Enjoyment n*a*l** him p»vl I naturtsi. rtul h** has allowed the pupjvt king I at Belgrade to receive two vi>its from his motlier. Niniu|t«ms*u»dy comes n**wa that , Mcnt'*n**.rt'm ii trigties ar** U-giuning to Ivor fruit. Tin* regents an*! minist*-rs ar** quar-j reling d(-qvrabdy am* tig themselves, an*!* e*M»l h**;ul<-d j.bservers peed* t a revolution} and til* placing of Prince Ka rag*1* <rg«*vibh, son-in-law of til© tiller of Montenegro, on tl>«* S*-r\ tan throne sootier **r Iat**r this year. Th** Russian r*»ublt* I- again txs-**niii<g pl* ntiful in Hervia. ami King Milan said to druw hill" regularly u{s*n St. Petersburg. THE cr AR HAH ED! LE PSY. Tile let* "t <Ii -*s»v «rv in regard to th© cxar is that Im has s ,?* ;•* ! from re*Mirr**xt * p-l**}*-v siii'v th© Borh I railway a*si* tent. Th it thor© Is s*>m*-tl mg sere ais tis1 matter w (lh him ae»*nis (vrtaiii. for h** has st-ar«vly l»s*n sns*n Im-*h *•• I- brat-; f„..,r Ventacantinua, province **f Jn**n, in 5 ear. j Audalusui, lait wen* put b» flight and ar© h ii*lays with equal *-iithusi- ( Udng pursued by th© ©ivii guard.* Earl of AI M*r t**en. He j negro emigrnting from tile ixjuutry of Ids lit*- and .nlveti- th.r Butler will develop his views on this subject at si nu** length for th© benefit of th© senate, and Senator Ingalls will on the same lay, if it is feasible, air his ideas on th© sam** ©ibjeet. A brief debate may follow, lait it la not assured. Toes© s|Mv©h**s may not Iv delivered until \V»Nbassiav although it was originally the intention of Senatoi Butler sjM*ak «>n Monday. S©iiat(*r Plumb has already given n«>-ti ce that h** will addr©*** the fc-nat© oil Monday *»n this resolution in regard bt the hosing of th** ural privilege in Alaska and tlw* allegations of abuse made against the Alaska company. Henator <'all. who was to have addressed the senate Monday on the subject of swamp lands in Florida, hies agreed to allow his mjvech to go over until Tlie*lay so os not to conflict w ith the senator from Kansas. S# as a good jm nil* hi of the tim© of th© se nab* for Monday is liesj*ok*ui and as Senators But-j !er and Ingalls d**sir© tr s;*<*ak on th© sam© •'ay their forensic exhibition may Iv |N**t-f*oil«sl Until Wednesday. A UK ARINO KOR THE MORMON*. Til© senate comniittee on territorbw is to given Ii* *ari tig on Monday to the reprvsenta-1 fives of th© Mormon church iii Idaho, who I will ap|M*ar by coun.-©l to make protest against I th** const it ut ion ui*< hr which the [© *pl« of th** territory are asking b* In* admithsl to the I'm*iii. Notwithstanding this opposition, the j friends of Idaho ar© {Mmitivw Uiat lite senate i (sHiimittiv will rcjMirt favorably during the j week th© bills for th© n linisrion of their ter-i rib*ry and of Wyoming. This w ill not likely I iv deflated during th© week, but th© acuate will Im* ask©*! b» si*t an early <lay for their consideration, j The    ©Hnmittie cm public lands will ! mak© a favorable re|M*rt to-day *»n tin* bill to J settle claims b* I/iikI in towns aiel citi**s in OklaluHiut arui an ©!T*»rt will Im* made during 1 the week t«» obtain consideration f*»r the bill, i urgency of w hich is admitted. Til© setiab* committee on tin* quadro-cen-i teiinial has <*onipl©h*d its li©a*iingH, for tin* I present at least, but. no r©jM*rt is ©x|M‘©t(*d | tr**m 11 viii for several weeks. Th** semite has the executive calendar so nearly cleared twiw that it will not unlikely get down to some of the dispnbsl cases during th** cvHiiing w«s*k. Among iii*mc bills jMHiding in committee are those of M    Brolly    and    MH’all, istllo-toni of inb*rttal revenue in Virginia, Eugene Schuyler, <*on*ul gcn**ral at (.'air**, and several consuls and |M»;tiiuLsters. IN TMK HOISE. The most imjtortant business before the hon*** will In* tile submission of th© majority and minority rejM*rts of tho eomniitt**© tin rules anti the discussion of them that w ill ensue. Mr. Carlisle is slightly »n<lisjM*sed but unless his itnlLs]M«sit ion dex’riops into something worse lie will Im* ready with the minority rejM*rt early this week. Th© majority re-|M*rt has already lieen pnqar©*! and is now in Mr. Carlisles possession. Three rejM*rts will Iv nuhmittad by th** in«*tnlM*rs of Ute Sil«i*tt investigation e*an-initUv. The majority report will re*.s>mm**nd th** n*appr«*|*riation <jf th** salari**s stolen by Silc**tt, w liil** Ute minority re|*orts resjvct-ively will urge the reference **f the w hole matter to th© court of claims for settlement aud th** dropping of the question by congress. It is prof (ald© that a bill reappropriating til© money w ill Iv int rodless! by the majority ti it f Ria n*©rnlM*TR of the committee, and a long dis-■■    1 < ussion is likely on this. If the new rules are *lisjMw©*| of the chances ate favorable to calling up th© customs administrative bill of Mr. McKinley from til© ways and means committee. While this measure is princqially of u technical character. there are two clauses iii it that will meet with great op po* it ion. Th**se provide tliat CUHtonw ©a.s»*s sliall not Im* tri«**| by jury, an*i take from the inspectors th© right of ap-|m»h1. The cliannss ar*.* in favor of a busy week. until ait* r uh* crt-as tut th© annonn****iiK-nt **f his pr».*qMi*tive recov as so* *u as alarming ilia* ->s. Stanley at Cair**, Jan. B!.—Til© kh**div© sent a viecinl train b* meet Stanley at Suez. Emin Pasha has wiitsl his r* lative* tl*at his h**alth is sat is-fact* *ry. THE GARFIELD STATUE. An Have Tt at Gats; ! ilia for w*s*ks {inst Queen Victoria is am«*tig the royal invuli-Ls. Fhc is sufT*'ring from fhcutnati-in nn«l lumbago, th© latter Im*itig at timi* so seven* that h«*r inaj**sty can s*-ans Iv hobble al***ut with til** help of a walking stick. THE BLACK SH KEP BILL. Til© eventual fall of tho Ii*his© of lord* is ■gain f*>r©shndow.“d rn Pi© ann*»un©e!xi©ut that th© governm*-!it eont**inpl »fe> mti*o*lucing I MKV more at tin* next k vsk«n of parhati.* ut I th** black sheep bill, th© obj*s t *»f which i- to , ke»q) out of th© U|*|vr house t h- -s* |mvts w lt<» I ar© a discredit t** th<*ir order. Th* bill will I differ from * th* rs. in that it will invest I Air. XX I.liney Believe- in r?«T©l*n«l. WARMINGTON, Jan. Bl.—Th© Sun<!ay H**r-al«i says: At th© re s'plion to the New York I world’s fair delegation at th© Arlington last night, ©x-Secretury Whitney in *»iu* «s»rti«T of the room hekl quit** a n* -©pt i< *n. Every lindy apjM*ar*sI glivi bt sc* him. Tit© ll.-raid r©-jM»rt**r had a short interview with the * x-secretary. 4 >f course Mr. Whitney was heart and soul for N©*v York as the sit** for the fair. In refer* mu to politic he said: “It s arle to anticipate whit will bring forth, but I must say th© feeling in favor of **x-Pr**M»l**nt Cleveland is very strong, and if it continua to increase nothing can prevent hi-* r*-Ii>»nimali*'ti. If anything, I U-iiev© Mr. Ckrvciand is more p'pular with the uiaswjs to-day titan he wit* iii >4.” \tt,-iu|*t XVIII in* Mid** ti* A*1 mtrted F*e© ©f Ditty. 4'LEVELAXD, Jan. Bl.—The Garfield statue is in the New York custom h«»use. Tlion* is a law jiermitting ti©* entry fr©*- *»f duty of in*Hittaii-tits aiel irks of art for government haddiiigs. but Si-tiljgor Doyle wishes to e«t*l*- j to* lid! u precedent, it jM>?e-n*l<*. by having it admitted purely as a work of art by an Ameri-! can a*i»st, without regard t** the iii‘.signs for ...    ,    ,    .    ,    )    its iLse. Tile «hniitt*e in charge of the outM.!.. the triple ruju-A-I wall, "I the |«rk | „„rL tave    u,    tb, nam© from Garfield monutu©nt to <»artic 1*1 nu*m*>rial. the original name tieing misleading, th© structure l)©uig in*»re like a txuldmg than th© {Mtpularlv cunceivwl idea of a monument. More* titan 75,0(10 |*©**ple jiaid IO cents ea**h to vi**w the interior of the structure* in h^». Th** charge was first mail© simply to regulate the crowds. !'ut it will Im* maintained and ttie pre. sssl-. US.-1 t*> kts*p th'^ uiemonal in req air an*I Im-aurify th© groun1 ^ Th** ImmIj* will Is* privately nr iv*" I from th© vault to th© crypt of th© memorial befire* long. an*! th© dc*li-catorv servicea w ill Im* on M«*:u*>rial *lay. Tit** stat*:**, which is eight bid tall. h*-sides the jmiestal, w ill lie placed iii th© rotunda of J committee of th© luma*, consisting of judicial    |    th© memorial. I peers and certain lay jm re w ith the |m»wer *»f    ; penal dis ipline over th© bouor of k)rels. n*.    }    rormpt    Pr«p«**» »iM. . action of th® committee will Im* subjwt to]    Ix>.    angeles. Call.,    Jan.    12.-John W. j confirmation or rejection by the bouw its* Ii. but if the B,I! i* literally <-oustrn***I tis H ^ndidab* for r. ap|>*..iem. tit, pubhslied an I ojien on March 23 and ckw* on Nov. 27>. San line* designated the meml«en*htp «*f Uh- hot!-* afii«lavit, charging G I. II. O. (his. editor of - Francisco. .Sacrament**, Htockton and Oak-of lords will lie materially lUsjwii, Even | (1h, i><(    w,th    tnaki a hereditary bonae divided against itself can- A l)|*t 11 Ie ry Rnrned. Peoria, III., Jan. IU—Fire* started in tlw* tower of the Monarch distillery an*I liefore it was gotten utyier control damage to the extent of A 1*15,54)0 had Ie-**ti done. Engines v«!u«i! at FII5,4sn. grain worth #10,000, malt | kilns vu hied at #2,.7M, mach in* ry vulurel at #4,(UFI arid lO.txst gallons of untaxed high proof spirits valued at 1*15,000 were destroyed. J Th© l-**< is fully (*over©d bv insurance. At Uh* ti.im tie* tire* sta: t>s| a violent storm was in j it * *gr**ss. and th© origin of the tire is ittribub**! t*< lightning. It** IVuiKinr Awarded. Sacra VENTO, (’a!., Jau. 13.—The Oakland    club was nward***l tin* championship l*ns©hall I Green, formerly ;*n*tnu.ster of this city, and | pennant for Insi*. Tile season of IK**) will Uttment. not stand. EMI TIERS AI'GBSTA's Bl’RIAL. The remains of th© lute Empress* Augusta were int* rivd Saturday with o»*r©UMViies ekxely r*“x mblittg th© last two royal funeral* in Ik*rliit, but widi tov. military piMtnp. During th© w*s‘k the newspajM-rs of Europe have been writing much ahout til© deceased empress, but the hundresisof eohunn> may very well Im- summed up in a few words to Die cf* making corrupt , land w ill (nmpnst* th© California league, as L to him by d* mantling a division of st present. prop* th© jm•sfnuister*.- salary during Mr. Green*! incumbency in 1NM». CV4. Otis declares the statements are* fain© in every imrtieuLir. oiul threatens b* laing snit for damages agniii't Mr. Gre- n tor what bo terms the bb Botts pal'lieut ion. Xlortalitv in New York. New York, Jan. Bt.—On** hundred and ninety-six dentin* in this city are r©j*ort©d for feet that ti;© Kiti|*nw Augusta wa.-a wealthy,] th** twenty-four hours ending al uoott Sun-g*MMl -natured obi lady, yyjth a slmr] day. Fiftv-dx of tli*s<» d.-aths aj* <*harge-fcoiign**, ©e|x***tallv for erring re datives. un*i a ahi** to pneumonia, eight»*en to broochitia, frugal mind. She gave litw-mlly during her; thirty-thtv** to consumption and lift*i*n bu in-hictinie t* • any deserving ol>^x*t or institu- j flu*-uza and grip cotnpliratnjUA. A Sc Jjo*» aer y*»ti*.re. Providence, Jan. Bt.—T!m* sr-li* Miner Poca-hontas of Taunton, re ai I lad*-n, Ikiltimore to Portlatul. run usu<»r***''i iii** rocky south shore of BkM-k island at midnight on Saturday, and may prove a total Ions. Th© crew of ten alen were taken off by the life-saving crew. Dentil *»f a I’roiuinent Inventor. Savannah, Ga., Jan. IS.—Philip Dillon, presi'leiit of the Brass Moulders Union «>f th© United States and a prominent inventor, Ii*si suddenly last night in a physi< ions (fil e of heart <Uau&tie. I Ii out mm I.ink Cats He* XVII* ’ fi*nimtt* Filicide. Ai.Raxx . N Y . Jon I V * Pre***and Knick©rlM*ek©r fre**‘i N Y , Vs ’l ids village re a f inent Of *'X©it**rn*‘tit over tit> Thomas Link. proprietor of tin 4’et it rn I it *t*d. j oil til*'life of his w ife, w inch w ill proiwibly lie su*i>ssfuh ar.*l his s*il*s*s j'?*i*t Mile id** on Saturday night It aptiears that lank, who was a di ink mg man. ©ama hem© al«*ut IO o’**l*M‘k Saturday n.ght. aud g* usg to his wif©'* room, sugg**sDsi tliat tlt-v l«*th take a *lrink, saying that it would I*** the last they wtaild eyer take toge ther. Sh**. s*smg the cotxliti >ii iii which lie was, wa* at mid to n-fu-*» uiid a«‘»vd*sl to his demand, tlriiikiug vs »fi** while Ii© swallowed a hu ge (juantitv of whisky. Tliis seemed to tnolfify him. but they had scarcely B***»ti in !»*d for hall nu hour, wh**n he suddenly graLL-d h«*r. an*! producing a razor, from aoni© unknown haling place, ptcsutnably tM n*«ath tlw* pillow, o|M-ne*l th** blade and drew it sithm her thmut liefore *-Ii*- had time to relist. Silo jutup**d fr**rn th** ImsI and fire! to h**r f«t.h**r’s riMHri, whn h wit* on th** same floor, but Link follow.st in hot pursuit, flourishing th** razor, and uttering demoniacal shouts Her fatltei sprung from his Usl just in tim** to prevent Link from iiilli<*tiiig furtlu-r injuries on his wife, but tlx* infuriated iiuui struggl* *1 an*! attempt*sl to take th** life of ins father iii law. Th© latter tieing the stronger, so*hi overcame Link, wh*> sudd**tdy l*re>ke a*vay him! *la>ti'**l (tack lo ln-> «*wti room. Mr. Kil.'iutriiii *t!i© father in law) til rn©* I to attend t*> ids injuresl dan; liter, au*l Glen gave th** alai in. I j»hi r**turuiiig t*» Link's room, however, In* found Gist th© would I ©-murderer ha* I cut his ow ti throat from mr to ear. I.ink .ii si in a few min ut *- Tiler** nr© v. i \ Ii .'it • i i ic . for Mrs. Link's recovery. ALL HOPE HAS FLED New York A n a re ti I-I s Believe*! to 4’ou-tetn|>tute XXh*»lesi»le SiiIcjIi* New York, Jan BV Detective Mill* r of Brooklyn, who broke nj) a gang of Attar*‘hist itMvndtnri* N als ait a year a"'* -tj* t > that h** lias iwvivnl iiifonnati*hi which !<•.* (" him t«* lielit vc that a iiunilM*r of Alture*!; -ts iii New' Y»*rk and Brooklyn have entered mtoacom-jiact to coiiiiHtt miicmI**. At icii-t four sui cid*« have occui reil recently among Anar-«‘l:i>ts, and Miller recently ress iv*sl a l»*tter from an atinoiiymous *‘otT©s|MHi*l**ut telling him that the violent Aiiarchi ts ha*l dis-I Mires I of bringing around a w»‘iil rt*v**lu lion, ti ii* I there was notlnng left for them but suicide •%- they w* r© all «l*vtitute. Th© deb ct ive says t tint when he boke up t lie in slid 1.1 ry eon »pi racy lie learned that th**re* were* sixty-two Aimrehists who had I Kl rid*-I together to burn New York and Brooklyn, MI‘d c*><iiniit I©iiei*l«* if caught or det*s‘t si. It** arr© td nm© of them and though they were* not *'oiivich>d, th** arrests broke up th* g tug. They si em to have almii-d"U©d th** iii*-*-it liary id* a now. and t*» have resol vin I up hi suicide, pure* and In at l*'H*t t wo mss th-* Amir* hisn* have kill si their writes ami chil Iren l«*for*.* killing themselves*. ,X sire* ! 4 iclil Bc-iilts s,.ri**u<»ly. Pot ;:iKEr.i’siK. N Y.,iii. BV For sum© time I'l-t there has (sen tioiibl* l***t'.v«s»n th** glass blower-and the appr*- it !■ os employ*-1 at th© Poughkeepsie Glass w**rks When 4Ii** works started nj* in < Rd*iller after tie sum mer vaeati-Hi tin* I Ilion men refused to n*-turn to work lie.‘ails© of a resiucti*»ii iii wages, and the ,iwii|ziny ha- cut sin*© luul apl ire *n-ti**es aint iHMi utii«Hi men at work. Saturday evening a jmrty of union men got into a street tight with some tiott-uiiion men. during vvIii* Ii Eugene Muryatre \d. a non union man, vmvs Gn'ly »-ut an I bruised uGm*. th© head an*I ort** or two other* hurt B ai i aul." for the arrest of several of th** light* i - ha*© Bin issued. I h« Opcr.il ©i’m I atilt. Or.fan. N Y , Jan. Bt. A h. *d end collision ■■•curred on th© H*M‘ii**>l th© w ©stern New \ ort and railresid, Im tw©**n !Ii»;sd»d© a colliding trams b iug tin* lo: l*K-al fre ight 25I, aud ti * ►*« threaigh Ire igbt :>k*. Ii**tIi <*1.4 pMely wr***’k»si an*! many Brakeman E. S. Walker wa Ii vision of iiisylvattla Cuba, tho ani Im Hill. I seed ion of were comers il-molixhod. instantly killed, and another brakeman injured. It is state I that Night 4Jj«©rator B. F Fiofies of Hinsdale ha*! or*lei - for th<* Us al fj '*igi * w he Ii Ii© faihsl to deliver. Frolics re-ign© i ai- p iti«*is after th© ao*kk‘Dt, and has di-ip)., ared. New Y«»r b Nil'oniil (••mi d. A im ny, Jan I* -Tile Natl-..a1 Guard association of th© state ot Nc'-v    meet©    in this city (Hi Wednesday iiM>rtiing instead of to-ltiorrow a© annotnni d. 'I he priticipd business of th© as**«©!«’ion will Ii** to s*-l*s‘t a repreai*iit«tiv© t** th** National 41 nard n-iM-ia-tion of Hi© Unit©*l Stat*-* to lo* held in Washington. Th© work at th© stab* 'amp of in-structkm will be r©view«*d and a scheme to have a yearly mobilization *»f th© troo|is will Im; talk*"! over. Kith' practie** tiM-thods and a few revisions <»f lh** (-si*- v* ill a1-** prolmbly Im* dis« usse*l. Tim* .s* .- io!i w ill not last over titre** iluys, Fire sit W ii ne Ie, lint. Mrxeic, ln*l , Jan. BV Fire* entirely d**stre>visl th© Boyre* block in which w*©** l(M‘at«si P. T. King A:    dry    goo*ls and «*nr- fiet iiouw*, and a doz**© oth**r br mess ©stale li-hiiM-ntH. Th© total lo re.ira ne© less Uiao on* i< inc re* are James Ik >y King & Co., dry goods A: Hhoemaker, «lothier* siip'Min* *1 b* liAV*,* oi igin. th© idler of King Co., or from datric win*. s is f I (Mi, Oho with in-lutlf. Th© heavie t e, b*tidling, (co, uiul Bender Th© fire is I from a heater in La Grippe I© I’llt*bnrf. Pitts bf r»i, Jan. UL— Th© fit .s* death from la grip}ic in this city w an rt*fiort»i to ti e Ixia rd of health yesterday. The victim, Mrs. Catherine 11 ult Hick, re--id**d in the Keven-teenth ward. Dr. Mef ’andlewi, city physician, estimates that there* ar© from 5,0*to to sjzo ixuwM in th© city. In s**v©rel caaes repirted I>n©uin*»nia has Hot in, making thercovery of }iatk*nb* exceedingly doubtful. A ll KA VV WIND STO IIM. IT SHAKES UP THINGS IN ST. LOUIS AND SOUTHERN ILLINOIS. Houses I drooled, ( loire!* Steeples. ( litni-nevM, felt gript* Bol cm tool Tires Blow ii Down—Tell graph Ie <i*ntmiinlr:*tion In-terrupt*(l — I bice Per Mott* Hilled Mini sc ie cm I XX'un nded— L* '*»* rn lloijf. St I .obim, Jan. BV Til© city was *i*»ih>d tty a hcav\ rant and thunder xbirm lM*twisHt j 3 an*I I oVI*M‘k yesterday afternoon, which assumed a eyckmi*’ form. Th© track of tfi© wind wa-, through the «i>ntrnl }iort of th** city trout a souther]) direction ton little «*ast of uorth. (Several church st****pl«si were* dam- 1 aged and on©, that of the German Lutheran church, on Fifteenth ann Morgan stre*cts, was blov*ii entirely off alinont down bi its* Im***'. ■ Many hoi.-cs were ut 1 roof'*d and chimneys, walls, tr©©* and telegraph |m*Icm blown down. A rejiort im current that great «Uttnag«* was don** at V**iii*i*, 111- . just across th© river from tho northern |iart of th© city All Western Union wires ©ast aud north were • prostrated. rile Postal ooiti(iaiiv have Ire n abl© to maintain c*Hniiiuii>eatioii with ('Iii cag" mid tic Fast bv way of Kansas ('it* i Late it Ihree |s mmw ar© reqmrte*! kitl©d by falling «l**biis on Mound drvet, near Tenth, nn*t two ar© re|M»rt©d kill.si at V«*ni**©, Ills. Th© da 11 mg** done bv th© st«»rin cannot Im* <*Mtiiiiate*i at this bour, lait it will probably reach #inn,KO. A dwtdliitg h*»usi* was w r* k*sl at Tenth and Mound st res t-Bv tie* wind anil th© following iiaimsl (MTsoiis were* kill *1: Mrs M ai ai ie Uonnorm, ag.sl KI. Bk UN V Hi) M GUNNELL, aged KT Joe Wka VER, ag»s| s yearn. I Ile IIIjtlf "I are as follows; Ti KES \ \V i; v v Kit, Hj;nl ii, Im itll l«*gs bn >!.©n: w til die    j Mrs (‘Maries Md.I.KU, Iiadly cut and brtiis«‘d; in a aerioiiM e*>ndition. Annie 4 5 in noun, I*adly hurt. M Mid). 4 ‘onNims, s*'i loudly cut. FitAM*iH Uo.XNiiMR, Ii*yid and :Jiould©r* injur*'* I, MIW. Chari.is Md.I.KH, who reside, with lier iiitslxoid at Twentieth and Eugenio street©', was sitting iii a reeking **iiair with her IkiIm* in li**r arms, when ilia r*M*f was Ii I tis I from lier hon-**. Sh** lushed to th© window, and just then th© wall gave way but mother aud ImiIm* w**ii* buri al un ! r tin* • l**bt ii. Th** IwiIm'es. a}Ms| without a vrsti’h aud the motlier was Im*Bv hurt and may not na over. Mr. Miller cseajMsi unhurt. 11 in a Ii a Ib’leg snowed B nil cr. OvfAHv, Neli., Jan. I '*, lh i.\v -now !*©gan i falling ye .ten lay morning a©*l iiiiH 1 until mod I witlxmt ititer 1 uption. .Un>ut« i libs'ti inch**" 1 of nik*w n*.w .overs th© grouti*I and a high 1 north wind is blowing. Ii* jells trenii int**-nor |M(ints iii the stat** say til • st*inn is very sever© him! that th** snow is last drifting. Railroad travel is I ..idly imjitslcd, nici it is Ilk* Iv 11 oi* bl* m kades will Im- t ho result * if Iii© storm. Th© ©ks*tri© ami horse ear lin**s in (hitnhn are* at a standstill, mid <‘ommuinea-lion with Co in ii Bluff is rut off. A NEW INSURANCE SCHEME. Somethin*; Ilia! I ilk"* lu I «*«*r\ 1 ti Ii. g on tho Fas ti ally < ©lendar. B u.tiuoke. Jan. Bi Th** Ain**rlean Casualty and InsuraiHi* iv im patty was me* >rjM»t-:ib-*l Saturday with John (Jill, Judge \4 A. Fis)ier, VV II. SfM-ne**, (‘    |» Fi-tiet* and Julies A. 4 Jury of Marylanrl mid ItoInTt Sew*11 .umI J A 11'MlgoH of New York ar* it© col }mnabTh© capitol hDm-W is #I,(J*Mi,(KS). Tit** eoti<s*m i novel iii tho groat ramifications of tb» Int-iiusv, an it will in-ure-almost, everything against hon from almosi every caus© tmd r tit** min. It vvill insure* all kinds of building* and all kinds of projierty, ire hiding ere-lits, pi*.(its ami clejMM in ai tion, It iimuroi cut tie and live nbs-k, st*-a in hi j ©>. -t* md cli Ion* ami engine**, el«s‘tn*‘ plant, plat© ghi» against breakng**, etc. It insure** against liability **f ©infiloyen* for injuries t i ••rn ploy es. it <iivcr*( !• «-:-*> 1* or damage from th*-action <if til© * !©m* nts, air, wttMi, light-mug, storm, wnt«T, *vd*i, frost, **tc., ga** lire, ©lectrictty, rust, mildew, pofaom, <Bs av, ins*s‘tH, unimals, etc., or by accident, rn gl. gen****, tr»*.s;iasjs, th**ft, ©rnIlexzlemerit, br*sen of trust, breie h of contract, cb*. It gnarai bs*s th*- jioymcnt, performaiKX* and coll*-' tin 1 of yin nm .—.ary nob*, contracts, I oat I-, re-ule, accounts, etc. EDIE STORE. Why hIiguIiI the mt>ntli># of Jftnuarv, February and March «    *    I    t In* oil led dull months^ See our HillU*tiii of useful Articles which arc jnirchiiBed at all s4*:ih4»iih (»t I he year, and which we make ii Hj>c<*ialty td al-ways after tilt! Holiday*. The I’rices alone are an atli aet ion without paying anything about the ('onvi*nii‘iic4* of the goods S4> fleet iiui to every House Wife, and tin* great ad vantages gained by having them to help you tmt in your daily tin ties. Our new assortment etnnprises everything iii IIoii.se-furiiiHh- y    cjt    ^ ing I im als. Call and examine them. All Hoods first quality. Mring this list when )t>u come to buy, it ll he)p you out anti us two. 14 *|t. ili-h    p;iiii................. ..25c HI <jl. ill h    puns.........   2lc 14) qt dish    pan*. ......  Uh' Pure house    hold Hiltonia ....Uh* Sponge holders............   I0c Comb vY brush holders..............23c Th jai* Kid glass oil cm its.     ......2    ic ’J < 11. • ii (’ans  ...............   10c I,srcc suds dippers................Uh; Mind Don fly pans (acme).......  Dc Drinking (tippets............. 4    and    Ac Drinking cups..............3    4    aud    Ac Heavy cake turners,................ Ac Heavy soup ladles..................Ac 4)ysler ladles...............  4c Large meat forks ......   4c Vegatabk* si ruiner  .............fa: Lane heavy graters ...... 4c Decorated < uapedoten.......   lh: Larga coal hods....................24c Coal sifters  ..................I8c Large howl t trainers................Oc Best egg bester* ........     10c Cover d stew pails (handle).........Uh! Csn litters. .........  Ae Patent strainer fin* r and funnel 15c Large Gravy strainers.......  ne Milk ski Hillier.s.......   lie Flour sifters..........  He 4 bm Pans....................  lh! Scallop* d cake tins...........  Ac Ibdatchntil© boti )in cake [inns IHC I H'tiitchahle bottom pie pans... 15c Embossed knife trays.............. Dc clothes lines.................  He Improved patent egg poachers. 45(V Patent cloths sprinklers............2‘h* Apple curers..............  8c Large steamers only....... .2Hc Embossed fancy toilet pads.........3He 4 qt. sprinkling caus................10c Lemonade mixers   .......   I4)c Large strainers...................  He Heal qt milk cam*............... 12c Extra quality scrub blushes   De Good heavy horse brushes..........Uh: Extra Heavy coppci bottom lea pots only........    ,20c I Mm ated Tumbler earner ........,413c 4'iiilds fancy Limbo pail..........  He Luminous match safes.............Ute Fwin match safes only .  .....  4c Mar© Trouble In lh© Southern Wlrtv, New York. Jan. Bt —Maj. William Hattrick Clark, a prominent m©mh-r of th© Southern Society club, was arre-b-d on a charge of feloniously assaulting Wilton Itan-dolph, anotlicr in* mUr of the* club, in ti int he fins! three shots at Mr. Bandoljth on th© #oap of the dub bowe on Friday last. Maj. Clark was released on #2,41)0 hail lieiug given for his ftpjr-arane© be- lay. A Meant©*- on the Rocks. Nkvv London, Conn , Jan. Bl Th©steamer City**# Worcester of th© Norwell |in© for til is 1 (ort, is on the rooks about on©-thirel of a mil© north northwest of Bartlett's reef li.-i-.t -hip. 'Sh*- struck at oih* o’clock in tho morning during a dens** f'*g. Th** captain ani other ©fin ars of th'* hat my Uuit they did not ii»ar lh© light.-lnp G JI, aud l**-ing liieir rock'»ning in th© thick fog struck t.h<* »-<m ks. Th© st. miler rests on round kwNililors aud Iii * easily. There ar© from five to seven f'***t*.f waU*r in the sc. ou<l, third, aiel f*"irth eoin-I«irtm* nt.s. Th© other t*vo wob r-tiglit *um-|jartmcnts an- not injured. Luzern#. I’.*., II;** a IUh».<*. Wll.K ks Ba UKK, Pa., Jan. I” At Lu z* rn** borough Kuielay fire ii* st rover I th*- foilriwing named IjusifHss h<ius»*s:    J.    iirutt i*r. *-rs, m* r- eh&nt bailor sh*-}); James Uugli*-a, twM.t aiel sins: -tore*; I>r. VV* aiolis' office and dwelling; Dr. Gray era drug -tore; IV J Dolan s birler !»h‘i}(. M. M Wiil,.lins’ residence watt loo I Hi rued. The b*b.il In-.- i- ab ait #!i5,fM)ii Tim I'la*-** ba- ii*» fir© department an t th-lim ne- )>r*.«l vv itll gr**tit rapidity. Some •.£ th© inmates <*f tie* burrusl building- wer-comj» 11**1 to leave everything U hind tiey.i ♦•xcejit the *1-(thing they wore. 4 h,*rge*t VV ii ti I of a •> tot *1#. New York, Jan. Bt. Mrs. Maria Z< 1H, wlio is in a hospital has Ims-h }>htc"d und.-r ai rest charged with killing lier infant. Him is tie- wife of Arthur Z*ilki, who, on Iff -. Pi, assault'd Ik-iiti-t Delnrnatcr in til*- Intb-r’s 'ifiki* and nearly fracture-1 his skull with an iron lur. Mrs. Zolki I- cliarged with having neglected, starv*sl and a! Hists I hcrlMtlM-, aft«-r its birth in th** hospital, lait tlw: pity si* dan in *-harg© admits Uiat s*»m** of th** child s injui-»es were calmed by th** *-an*l«*s-iie*ri. of th* nuns-©. An investigation will I*- iiuvl©. All 4**1 i#t at PnnxMiitawney. Pittsburg, Jan. 13.—The lut**st r*-ports fnmi Punxsutawney say that everything is quiet at th© sr-enc of th© evi ti* ins and ©very precaution is being taken to liavc th* miners respect the law. How long they will lo* peaceable is very liar*! to tell. Ttall Blav©rn Signal by th# L#astt#. Wasiiinotor, Jan. Bl.—President Young , announces tie* folio wing additional oontracta with In j liall players: Herman I/mg with Boston, (*ilks with 4'l**v**laud an/tTcb* au aud i Kenly with Ciuciuuati. Krr|iing Oui ti*© B!xil#s. Parts, Jan. Bk—-The SjnniJi authoritiiw on til© frontier ar© ©x**r**L-*ing Um* mnxt stringent. precautions to go are! against tie: entry lid*. S|**i!n of any exik-s from tliat. rnuntry who have be*-n an j* ai ruing iii Fran**©. K»^rii hr pr»>.s*ngcr traffic is lieing ■ubjet te*! to m-©onvenicfiec ©.n*l delay by ruaouti of tic fncusiir*** adopbd. Ii died DI* RI val. Chicago, Jan. Bk—James Premierga-t, 1 young man who ho.-* wrvwl tiir.© in ti*** Chi* agr) Brid<*w« ll an*i th** state penitentiary, stabl»«l and iii t/intly kill si John Bairn***, a young machinist aud Prendergaat's rival in lr*vc. Prendergast was fmlaqueatljr arr**stari at the Ii*nut* <>f his parent* II rd ne© d His lentils. L/iN’ixix. Jan 13. — Th© Marquis of Conyngham iia- voluntarily reduced th© reutson Lib I Don* gal ev.aU-i* JU i#s- X (las tilt#© l.|iliyiltilrd, 4 ‘un ■ ago, .bm ii George W, Dim mer, a as fitter in tin* employ of th© VY ©st Sui© Glut id t <»kc c*»ti11 m111 y, while re-jwiii ing a leak ill ga . 1 (i 1 »* un*i**r ti© freigiit d< |s*t of the hi* ago and N< itll west. rn ltailr«Mi*l eoin-jsuiv, was u-tphvxiat»sl by tIi© fiim©H of ©k* h|© lug gas and died shortly aft.-r I* mg r*-mov©d. 4 bang©'! VV Itll Murder. Tarentbw. Pa., Jan. BS 4!• ironer M*v Is im ell Saturday night (oiclud*-! th© lulu* -,t iii th© murder of Mrs Bud*'it, arui the jury returned a verdict charging thro© m**u. Griffin, Conroy and K* with Mi© r**. j - >1 ii t ii 11 ty of Mrs It-.isl* it's 'hath. Warrant# were* e-Mi***! for their arrent, A Popular Bi tent Dead. New York, Jan. ll Rev. M. J. BroplM*y, ;Mi-tor of tie* Church rd tin* Sacred Ib art, ilirel yesterday of pie utnonia. ut th© ag© of ti years, ll© was a widely kit >wn ami I m (pular priest. Pri■>©**»« lllniinrrk    irig. Bkklin, Jan. Bk Pri nos* Bismarr-k in ins* covering from her seven* attack of influenza, tint is still very weak, anrl tniffi'rn greatly from meh'UK’holy. Th*- thermometer registered th re*© degreed Im-low zero at Wab'rtowu, N. Y., beday. An ga* gorge fornwsl in the Black river ut«ait balr rmic- lc-iow th© *aty, causing the wab»r to overflow th** Muiiich and stop til© wheels of P‘i|M‘t mills and fat biri*n. Au Automatic Savings flank. A IJyrrporel man hail inventcil an attorn uric 8.ivin)fH hank. Whan a jh tinv or two hblfrienniaa ara pressed intotlie automatic bunk the (lcpoRitof pulls out a drawer and finds a printed tick* t ls'iiritiK a nu in lier in duplicate. II** writers his name and aiidre.su on the ti* kr*t, which ho then presses inti) a < avity in the macliinc made to receive it, keeping thootlie/ half with the cor-r©sf>ondiii£ number. Thun, when those in charge of trie automatic liank ‘•Iour it of the tickets in order tre enter them in proper form in their hooks, each depositor has the duplicate of his ticket bearing' his name and address. In this way absolute accuracy is obtained, and dfjHihitors ara credited with th© exact amount they have put into the machine. Each machine is rafiable of holding $23 in pennies or half bennies, the coins being received in tut sir, which are ho arranged that my attempt to pass base coins would **? very easily detecUid. No second penny can lie received by Hie machino mtil the receipt for the first one tiaa reeen duly removed by the dejKX>itor. New York Telegram. It is stated that no less than 0.43 i t cent. of the surface of Saxony — ;."i 2 3 square miles out of the total of *,C58— is <s*cupit^l by its railroads, vhich ft re elosei* together than iii un v tiler European country, except helium. Til© railroads cross th© streets n<l highways no fewer than 5,13-4 tories, aud iii 3,032 places on th© level. bo number of road crossings over ie railroads is 7132; under, 1,170. Fox her call at Monroe s. ;

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