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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               REPRESENTA TIVE BUSINESS HOUSES tile, OF DUNKIRK.. NKW Ill'I.INO MACHINK (or ruling l'km i" "I Maul" H the latent anilitiun Uj Mii-haii Depnrtinent of linnkirL I'rintinx Compan i KVANDEK'SCoal and Wooil Yard, A l ,-ntrnl Avenue, onuonite Xiekel J'laK- j.iiot All fcrmlei! of Hani and Soft Coal, ,4J Lumber. Shinglo) anil l.atti. Free I, lor wholesale lots l l.K.V. M. MANN, Practical IMuralwr, Ottn A ami Steam Kilter. Special K. sanitary Kulimaten Kl'en iMiiintiiiiK, lias Kitting, rtUmiu Healing auu ll'..l Air KurnaccB. '27 E. Thinl street. D K. OIFFORD, and 225 Central Avc. Artiftlic 1'tiuUtgraplior. liiBtunluneouii l-, ol JiabieB a Bpccially. I...I wait lor BUHBUine except lur SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT WA.NI'KU-An Ki-tive ivpri'-ciilfttivH fin the Ilartlonl l.ifi- Anniiily I i, in Ulllklrk.aii'l in every tmvn iu Ce. Silpei'HM- plnii. Liberal teini KvKKR'I'T M'ltlNil, Ant. N. Y., Jii Mam si., HuOalo, N. 1 K want ,1 trardener and 1 lloriHt fur lirnniiiK your niiiking inee Kanlenu anil llolliinil, Fn-in h or Knirli-.li aoiliil, write ur .'all fur Variilermeulen li Ciuuiry uinl MM- wlinl they HIM du 1ILNUEKV-JAHRS 1KVINO, prK-tor. Itt K. Sacimil ulruvt. near Kuf- (.nuttrri't, liunkirk. N. Y. MaKazinet, Mu- etc., in all ijtylt'.w. Onlcrft allenilcd to. All work guaranteed. li1 CKIHJKKKY HOUSK, SOd Central Avenue. ale and retail dealer in Im.iorUM anil China, Glassware, i MIAS. M- UAUK1H, central AVO. oral InHuraiiee, Accident and Fire. Krfori- traveling inHiiro vnur lie in the old n-li-it'le "Travelers'." Ueal Agent, iK-KiitntUsI on properly. HOTEL, ten, per day. ding Stable in connection. Victor Unler, 339 and Si" Lion street. CITV BAR1IEK SHOP Chun. Naglc, Uinlcr Lake Shure National ilnnk, corner Leuujr autl Third strecta. A line atock ot rnrciKi) and center street, 1'ractical horsc-shncia. I'articulnr nttuiition puv1 tu inUirfennK liorBCS. Shoeing ot l-imtl ai .1 trotting uoraea a Bpecmlty. II.NK1UK KVENINU OltSIIUVKH. Largcut Duily In the County. An uiieiiliallcil advertising medium. i) DUNKIKK EUQrNEEHINO COMPANV Formerly Sellew Manufacturers ol Engines, Hollers, I'nllcya ShitlUDx etc. Patterns. Korgings Castings, and Macluuo Work lo order. T-vUNKIKK SHUIT CO., 205 and iir Center street, Manufacturers of thi Cromwell" and perlee.t Dreas Miirts. on sale in all leading clothing dry goods houses m Dunkirk, DF. TOOMEV, and 43C I.ion street, Healer in Flour, b'ced, .-all. Haled Hay, Phos phalcs, ulc. Kstahlmhed, 1S77. rMHE HOTKL and Dining Saloon, Unioi f_A Easy access lo ail Irams and bus mess houses, llesl accommodations lor Com uercial Travelers. John J. Murphy. Prop. 17 H I.K IW CO.. El V7 antl 99 K. Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up Bolstering. Piclure Frames made to order. HUNINKNN _ A liOWI.IXG l> I. KOI.PM, M, phvsleian and Hdr- IV. geon. a If. Central Avenue, ovei -yon s di UK store. Olllee IIOIII-H: tttniiiu. to 4 and 7 to 8 p in.; to a m. Kesidem e. Centra. Aventu'. Telephone No. 9. Cal's uiuv he left m ilru. lore, will he prompt', de veied and altemlvd lo. 2A1.KSMKN. Waiitnd ut once. l.oral or Traveling. HIK Pav. sleadv Work. -Im-l. ynrrunti'd. selling spei ialtii-n. (luilil Kxpencnee I'iiiM-ei-n-nry. .IAS.I; IHI- NK1-, .Numyniiiu, Koche-ter, N. DUNKIRK, N. Y, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, CONGHKSSIOXAL NO. inyone to j Tli.' ei-asi-d in violence noon, GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUC- farther ilumage. Wi-trniph I und U I. es art) down in all direr- A tree fell ueross tho Koine, Wutur- TION OF PROPERTY. Tlie AttiiiiiH Velocity nf Ninety nK   the hij'.ll UINMI and Oed'-nsljure; traek in front of a freiehi tr-nn aUmt six east of Snspen- sioii ,.N'. Y., jiilinf; engine and inni.t.....i In ears in the iliteh. The en- ami Itains i hint. The sluek of IIIK! (.i-nrrnl Havoc Ti.ilnjthi- Ma.'ara l-'nlls brewery fell, smashing Itloun fioin Hit- 'I'rnelt. 'I ronxh an adjoining barn, kdline; a hoi .Ian. II. by the tli.i and are lied IhriMiL'h linllalu at !l o'elnek ei in of jjivat damaje to liuililllie> hioi ItoiiU lasted a niini'te thn irjliout the he wali'r rose went down i-e-hli mid B-vellil te, I in the nnd xiashi-il liu'iiv a Uii-iilnsi'veiitv. Al UioVl.r I: il the Hie; up. let up. damage THt is not I.U r ty lied and the unid ua-al hlM-rty to as it I plea-ed. the hir.se and lev-I N Jan'. before eled it to Ihe in.tantly. Il na-beiin d am! had just jjol o'l' tilt1 I'l I.I whillllie II ilKi> uas lil'uMl doun. Ap'Ti.....1.1 the i" l.ir nail ni'iit also. U.'iall'l.V Ho ol.e 111jured i. n i urn. Fnmiidi: KIdii.U'e. an old lake ciiptain and lollr; :i I.I in iii.iriJH" (-in v dov n by the wiml at Ma.sl .M.'.in stnels -honlder the v nid Inn, lojenllv to I'm Miei.l lieva-, v.alkin- in ih" .....l.il ..i ,-t K', -ai... uh. n liliil An iiinli.ilniiei- b.nli to Ins I, .in IIM'.S lUiCIM, HAIII.V The culnlianies xvere bothered a Mills of the I'o.lal cmnpitln "The Moriu i, uires ai'e ..Mirkiiie, badh ol our are down and as soon ,'is t in. ind lets lip We U ill he III! rijhl Til'- trouble is t lie wosi n Thi lines wt-sl ol eland lllHi and nn end ol Ironlil.. The' rn I inoii people a deal ol llllhelllH'. AI (Ink III Id nine pulesfiviv doun. ui sl- ern wiles not uell t ilher. The tall chimney in the itniis ol Siblev iV Hohnwood'-i ImiMinir and strecks was swaunj; In tho in a ein- s eoliditJi'M. peo- I'hljiry oxjK'eliitioii of seeing it iall. The les lliei-ilj 'I'i'led lo enl ntr for two or (lire, hours darin- the -lorni to avoid the duiker would ae.-rue 11 oni brolcen w ire.. A I'lH'IK II I'INN Tl 1IIII.FS. A i-rnwil eled around SI. .lohn'si huri-h ftt noon. A iniiintes before tint hour ineolth" minarets on the eleireli .VI r t.i lieliny, r.lline; the sll'eel nlh anil fri-htenhiK Hi., p, ople walk- -tiv.-l, frnrinu Ihni the i-e.l of Ihn NV, id I fall Oier. TIM-. VKUAI'l K IN" '1. If erash. At II ol ;i 11, il 1 and I.Hided ill 1 lie .11 ee 1'al I .-I' Ihe r lot oi ti was n off ,ind thi b -idei'ubl.' d.-eiia CI il. lunib' i inanv w indues were broken. The brook- is daniax'it bat to extent cannot n a-, yet. Stut" Nm-Mial sch hiiifered (i hlll U Inle Ihe vvasat i t an alarm of iiindi'd f roin thn ue.sti rn part nf thu ir and four barns were m-lne; a loss of A eonihl- ]y i ei'Uil, Theiv damage lie nln, nt U) west Svu 'ria v MATTESON CO.. SOI Central Avo., Fashion and Gentlemen omuiuirn II AJCKL.I. STKA1V1 UKATINU CO.. MMularturcrsof Steam Heating Sanitary Plumbing n Specialty. II OMB STEAM LAUNDUV. uur specialties: Finn Shirts. Collars. Jc; Cuffs, 4c, auii Curtttinrt. Free Deliv- ery. A W. CuiuuniiKH, M Ucntor stri-ut. II K. OKU1L, K. Tlnnl St., cor. o! Itnffalo and dealer in Bme BouUA Shoos. HENRY TTKII.EB-S NKW STOKE, Iffi! K. Third st. liuoku. Stationery, Mu.nc.ul In- auctWebkly FAperti, and everything portainiog to a drat cUsa InHik Schoo. hooka a specially. Jolt 1'Bf fiTINO ot orery ilescriptienunil at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Triiiting Company, 8 anil 10 K. second St. JH. VAN BURKN SON, Firo. I.lie, Accident anil General lii.snr.icoe. Deal- era in Real ami I.UAUS. I'arm-nlar attention pan! to the cire ol nrtiperty collect- ing rents 219 Uen tcr St., 2nd floor. Of BOK'H I-HAK.MACV, 300 Central ATenue Ui-achiuarU-rs for Wall Paper I'nints. Oils, J. TO., 201) Center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Saddles, Un.iu-s, tolhirs, Unffalo Uol Uoli T. Murray, AS7 I.ion street. A epct-i-dtv made ol Sanitary Plnmhlnp, team and tias r'tttiug. Workliutnstnp guar- nteeit. 1) SCIUILTK.S, 17 Kut Third street. t aBhionahle Tnilor, iientlumen will fiiitl it to Uteir to call on uie before purc.lntsi llelfhtr. tl l1- Joes Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mchlin A Sons' willi ntent Mufllor, whit-h iftkues tho torn- o a ininiinnui. Do you mar the front of Ua- piano with your lingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Weh- in Piuno prevents that. Do you want a (Iriuul in Up- cnse? Tliun tho Mclilin will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, jound, yet mellow toDi-? TliiMi ihu Mt-lilin Sons' will clmrm iiave you H tusle for tho arlKlH1? The oaso of the Mclilin Sons' Piano, talian Uentiissance alylu. wilh bas-rr- ief panels, is a runl work of art. and Ut or palace. Do you want upiitnoof exlraorilinary ilugiiig qunlity. Mid ilclicucy of touchV The Mehlin Sons' on iliw points will wiu your praise. Hut here we must stop.for our limited space will not permit us to mention all he excellent features of these super! nstruments and whether you intend U Mirchftse or not, we invite you to cat and inspect the Mulilin Sons' Piano r youvsel f. Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK, N.Y. I) 11. OAKY CO., I.ion (tract Ucnera) Painter's Supplies, Oil t'lotlm, granite Ware. A speclAl- SherwinWiltiunu 1'aiutaml Monroe range. mu-h leilgcrs, ftmi tin.Uol bhinWs douo ut Dunkirk Printing Company, Snmi Hi K. ht. RUDULl'tl MOLDENHAUEK, Cor. Thini nml Huflulo Sw in (rrjuute. Marble, Flugirmir h Bui iilinr Stone. Call ou me before your side-walk. J B T> A CO., IV 7 and 9 Eaat Front Whisky, Wince, Liquor Store for Family Cue. -pOBKKT M'KAT, XV Lion uLrcet, the depot. Hoarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable Stabhug by the day or week on reasonable terms. RELD, J. WH IM Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty ol urst elas makes ol Pianos aud Farrand A Votey Urgans SAM J. U1KFORD, 901 Central Are. Ueneral Insurance and Real Estat Agent. Fire, Lile, Accident, and Live Stoc Insurance. Prompt attention gi? en to buying and selling Real Estate. rp c. Exd C. JUNES, 7.% E. Third st, cor. Deer. xcelaior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages. Oysters an Poultry. tlmt UK-new li (run 1 ;it -ih-r i-.! '-nri'iiHT lifid Uwn MI a ami llii' fiiiu' iii.-I' undi'i' thu ail Ilic in'iniiti1.'.. "i" rnof ..I 'n-'! jiarLly torn oil' l.> Ih.' A ly n d '-itimtj- ut Kvan strt'i-t ami Die Tt JTMIV, jiartl) n. ST. inns At M a. in. of (he ininr.reU of St. r.nnu1 i 'itii'i h nml tlaiiKiirrM UIH ruuf. ftf'turwnrd fell, utii-piling up the inii.-M.niv "ii Imt iortu- iiutt'i', injiii in> cut-1. Tli" u s allied ovnr tho Bi-lf Wne Niagara ami nt urnund liy the uicl the hanilniii'il, mil jHtrt trains viu Miill'nln. ii'Pi.i-: KUOM IIDMHS. f living mi tlm hind Lefuopn lake and thcranul sufTeird gn-illy from t d ninny FORMATION OF Notice is herehv Driven ttmt I have taken my Kudolph K n ilio tin-niture to me and tlmt the will hrruAftcr IH- rondiieted uiultr tlie lirm mmoof Louis Koch A Son. I.W'is )r the Liqvor Habit, Positively Cured IT AtMIIISTERINa DR. QOLDEN SPECIFIC. U can be given In a cup ot coffee or tea, or In ar Holes of tooo, without tho knowledge of tho per- son taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether moderate drinker m- an alcoholic wreck. IT HEVEH FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. vaje FREE Address I nroiifldoir.ie, POLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 186 Rat? St.. Cincinnati.0- C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. DKAMCK IN I and ClookM, Leal her  uf (lie nitiTiKioii pnpi-ri had pun- up; thai H, to !iu- nrwslmvs Tho price hen-lot'on- asked fur 'I'he X.-us mid Tune-! a! t lignite- i-enis :i huudnvl. A sh-ht ndvnncM hnd 1 upon by tho piihlMiersof these and the latter HOW sell to who iisv called the retail huvi'i's, at tho rate of   hody else, he -.ides, the li WH-, fi ir t'io I' Mr. Pauis lavoicd llm uiloption of Ihe resolution, ns thn muttopoh cnjined OIL Uni inlands bv the Alaska ('ommerdal company mud.' il toraiiy oiu'elsn to niain- tain a trading or in husine-vs re- latioii'. with Use Indians on the islands. Alter further diveusnim tlio resolution was occupants of both hiiiJdm _s M-jjpisl unm.iuied. fn various Mumly und barns were A thurch Stecplo Hlown Jan. 11 A torrihk1 fyclnno si nick lit'io vlmrtlv Ix-fore U) yosUT ilay havoc with everything purl 'iKlfi (h'lK'f KMscup.nl chureli Hteeple was Him n Hoivn. WeaM-r's Areude hiiihiini; utid the Mu'vi'-an Steam ronipain's iMufs UITC liluvv ii nil' ti'et-s and t-'ii'-es were hlown down as if straws. Th') wires are fill broken- tclephunt; nnd lire alarm. The severity ol' the guld wan ei in tuo hi-urs-. A ItUm n from tlie Track. M .fan. II. Adi-palch from St. Uilaire s a lo. al trimi on tin- iirmul Trunk nnivav, from Acionuile for Montreal, was th- track. Conductor, lirnke- nmn n-rn! clerk and th passengers worn other-; also re- Oil UrnlHfs Kluwn Down. nil were do-A n in Die Brad- ford d by tho ivinds pro- Ui fnnn the inciTaxiiij; in At nlxmt HiK'dd.-k the I'.n-re tnwlifd ninct.v inilf's an iiour, en i'i f. on tliiiiLr Ih-fun- it niitl mil's, niilwtiy siMiinpln'ns ai.ii fences The -ivjitesl siilVeiviN he- th. (.'tiiiiulifin VVt-h (oinpiinv. The strii'-'k tin- liiirtliut-it le nt' tli" '.HI, tuo- story fju l.uy, the uwif li'cmi H e l.rirk tumbling tlie nui ih tnul in A LUNATIC'S FREAK. He Leads Two a Uvcly Rare in H. A man dashod tho main entrance of Park nt 1 n'cltjck Stniflav morning nnd Park ft li'-< man Willis nnd Sergeant d in pin --nit. At the of tlie i-.'1-.l jif.d west drives overtook him. He a-; ii in'Us hU cininiiiLr aiu! cai riml a piiir of tti.ii he had stab bod in ier iiue-fiiMis at the I 'ark At the Sene} hospital, limv- "a eluld of and Mte ninn is a nnd li-ntiC'-d ly I'rii-inU of li-'-Mu-ni ri of dark melton Iron-, -rs, ;i vest, hrowu plaitl ji nn per, undershirt, lilaok dcrhy hat, red and a li'uo silk imitTlor in a vacant lot at Yaiidcrhdt nvenii" ami SI Tin.- cli'thinj; is sappu.se 1 to In-'k in- ntcd man. referred to the Tlie tnnnal resr.lntinn from tlm hutimMLii- ileath of D, Ivelley was up hy M.irrill, and HK an mark ol' respect to the mem- ory of the deceased tlu- wmuto ftdjourne I. IN THK N-, Jan. In the Mr Adams, chairman of thn Silcott submitted a report, arronipnnie.d by a lull appropriating to cover thu deficiency eaii.sed by Silcolt's de- falcntion. Jlinnrity rejMirtw wi ie sulninttol !ty Mtissr-i. I'etnphill and Holman. All uoi'o On tin1 call of states a nnnilx't' uf bills wero intnkJucod and referred. A concurrent resolution for the jirinDn'j; of Fiilli-r on the occaMon oi1 the cutnmeriiorutiun nf tlie of Washington, was to. Mr. Cinnminirs of introdii'Ti] joint re-suhit iiin for the erection of a stalue to the memory of Die Idto Sanmol J. Tildcn. joint resolul ion was read as buy hud uc- lin- ni-w term. whit wcie M-Iiinn tin- pajwrs pio- txvi ion Dicnt hv ilie jxihcn Ihe sink.-. vcuuld MM-MI mid tal Dien- pap-'i a Dn-ni to t to s. 1! n-iv mure. The p-ipei'S wen' then ton 'nio and The st red and idi'walU short dih- pieivs   had t' ;nrd to it. Mr. in t he n HI Messrs. ler of Tho in jiaviiiR; 40 that are i'i- I'ilu-s ihti cnuntrv. In almost alt Hie cities wheru I here N a pi'iiuv tii Id the aru nr; it't mid ('o rout1-. hundred for Umir pal-1! s iitillaio is knov, n to have to-day HIP THE SI LOOT T COMHITTKE. THRtE LENGTHY REPORTS SUBMIT- TED 1C THE HOUSE. Mm Thut Mvnibft-ft Uia Nol thfi lloiiwj- Mr. llolmiut In Ml" Min- ority In Utittblft to Timrur With WASIUNUTON, Jun. 14. Tho select oom- U) iiivrstigfito Uio Hcrouiilwof uftlio of llm tsun- moiily its tlio fmniiiithf, tuitkHl U) Ihc Iinuso ynstoi'tlny thitn) ivjHirts, tind ItilN utt tlm (liNjHKitiiui of tho UilTk-ulluw Unit havo arisen the for the IUKH trf salariw t-mistvl hy Silcott's Mr. AtliuiiH. thoclmirnmn of the iimiiiiftr tti', NiihtnitUHl tiie nmjority ivjxirt, Afr. Hcinplnll aurl Mr. Hotnmii KuhniitUst iniu unty reports. Mr. Adruibi1 ivjHirt, aflor a short in "Tho n, siiys: the rules of jil'ilit. snhstnntiftl it otiu'lit ut bo fismmitNl tlmt whyn this muney- WIIM to SilcDlt. hy Mm Linusiiry Uillor it wan rw- by the liltMiilwi-s tbamsolvm. that insfdiit, the owed a tvMain xiini I'nr salai'les. Did Ihu UuiT4Nt KUiUvj al Dial in stunt, nnd hy the of thn trmwury teller in jmvitiff, and the of Hiimtt in the monry, tho ohligutiiiim. not, thon mid Umrw Ihn mutiny dnti DKM.I. Tlm Knllcd Slnt.-H  h  ut idccnl.s, h.ive askul for DH- small ad- of III cent the liundifil. Tho ex- 1 paper in Die of wr- nl other nr f u ili'.ir nrw-j 's havo o have 'l' fnru to "The sliar" c Ix'cMi receiving of tho inionnt dci by DK ul1 is very small, and Dunk it 110 inuiv than (air lint the be e equally ivatersh'tre Musi ol th'-ni have mjik- li-om to a it IH ljut fiiir that tin1 p-ibhsher should one-half of tlm price uf the MS sold. Kullr jx'r it of the ji-nnv pajM-is m Die I'mierl -sul.I Iu tin if news tho of were hy tin er of tho treasury placed in the hands of arntN in IJIR ofllcial cnpficfty, and in tho regu- lar eoni-W) ot IIJA olllefal IttLslmwH, and wons hy sjiid Hilcott iljepiljy anpropriaUxl tx> hfat jwr- sonal use. "Your ln-liovo that tho cjwh lazily in tho vault of the ofuVo of tho u mini front I he dopositriof privuUt fundH siilllcient t.. jwty in full Hut liiilnhtiuH of wild on of such privulodejiositH, anU thtit uttd hahil- ities ho so jMiiil." Mr. Ilolman, in hw minority tihowM lliat he f.s uualilc to eoneur ill tins opinion presHrnl hy tho nmjoi'ity that tho armsofthe IIOUND w a of tlm llnittMl Ktntos. no act of coii- he avers, that doclunw him to a tlis- olllcer, or oj'ound thn funds ihnt inu int hitt handti th" snfV ERIE STORE. Why should the months of January. February anil March lie called dull months? See our bulletin of useful articles which are purchased at all seasons of the year, and which inn ko a specialty of al- ways after the Holidays. Tlie Prices alone are an at- traction without saying any- thing about the Convenience f the goods so needful to every House Wife, and the jfi-eat advantages gained hy having them to help you out in your daily duties. Our new assortment comprises everything in House-furnish- ing (Joods. (Jail and examine them. All (ioods lirst quality. Bring this list when you come to litiv, it'll help you out and us two. 10  ni pans 18c UiMiltrlniblu tmltimi pit; pnliH 15c knife IrnyH Me 8c ed our hovs is nol lu.d lor them as it A M'fiii, tor ;it ihc new Ihev aj'u bled to maJtc from io n for limit's' i-adi JOHN H. SHOENBERGfcR'S WILL. He rrnvhtnn Tor (lid I'reition of a Fr liun-li Nr.w YOKK, J.IM. II Th" v, ill (If thel John II. Klioenlur -.i-i', th" ii'illn.naire ir it us illi-d in vie- lie givo.s In- His to i-on iy eerlaiu h 'I of ilic city of -.i and mainU-naucM the ex ecu I or, arc aut ho real estate m tin- S" I'll! .hurtf for Hie er llit'rei.n nt I M j ill iimniii'.ii tun-1'. Hi' -aiMon iiiKliil'iiiTit, taking t.ir p'ii't pas'MH'iit. A dnvs Iml.l.ui-. f.irllin li'om-: in I w.is Mlii'ii ill, and sent fur Supor- AHi-f tin- -ilk.. H.I Dick.nit, Vattlii.u-, n li-a-lhut meivhimt, SKiil l'i, wlin was Mined in tht- nml that ho hail Mr. Mitrlni tlir nf til com- i naini-ton i Kiltli rare. 1 mill-: first, Oolilon pianos Hinl I 1 I'hiliji II. Ihn.l; time, Sixth rue.', T'.j turl, Ku hinon.l lirst, alliis Dan s-cvniiil, tliinl: time, pany, the had nut upj-tairs in the biiihlinp v.a- tuinblinp; aNMit his oars and suecjvded in Unti jrirl nut. She ft ni tn IK1 then ojl'ert-d to niakr- amends liy turning over to Matihcwi all nf his real and perwmai jn-nptTty, valued at several thoirand dollaiu The prop'-r pap'MN iveru at once Th- full extent of the it. not tho Ivnly. The lire alarm ttas givrii, but tin services uf tin- 'lepiirtment nut to ffictory at on Athletic grounds tothe foiv of the storm n'i'l went donu m .1 pile of A niatrlnvork. Thr> of llu'fi-na1 around tin1 Athletic grounds demol- ished; alxmt About 11 nVl.x'k tun pivinf the frot an-i cninnizo bridge tlmt Imd Ixvn rp- Imilt tliiv -.impptnl nnd f.-ll into the linovvn. nor wlu'tlu-r there urn other Matthew fnilure wns last the liabilities f r SI r lij- tlio  iy a Trap Oun. XBV YHKK, .Jan. I'ctit, a fanner of Wo-tlniry, I.. wt. a Kiiring in c'hickcn that it vvoulil lio ilis- if the il.mr wax opoiuol. Ho his t'amily of it, hut liis vvif'1 forgot the warning and tin; door. (jiiu was dis- tlin shot cntci'inp Mi's. 1'ctit's right shouMer. 11 IN thought, -hi1 will rcM-uver. Mlrliry Wcli-li n Dtnerler. NKSS- YniiK. Jan. 14. Mil-key Welch of lust Voi k rlub yesterday renesvedliis contract ssith Day of that organization. Welch's lalary will he soinesshat larger I lian the ln-otherhoixl was of 'i'he Iiailv Journal are suffering from la and tv.-o-thirds nf the composing forre areabonl n frnni the uialiulj-. Tho j the editor and foreman seriously s to pay. and is Ktmrantcolby Mr. Day, personally, for three yeans. KTixit-ty felt for tho i ill. Ontof thiiteen suburban correspondi-nts nfety of the bridpe but it hei.l rurk-1 nre ill influenza ami R. D. Iloran ing Uke a i-radle. The ottkiuls closed tho ap of llupkiuton fiX'TU its ellects. I Advanced. RLAROOW, Jan. Five of tlie conl and iron masters nf Clackinannaii have advanced the M ages of their miners pgr cciit. eliui1' li hospital :v- a us- to lestator'w dec. a-.'d lir-T !i -h-ill Ite HK the SI. .Men.nnnJ For lllf ci.tllpl. 'loll tins ht-liefjielinn the f urtMer dii eel i i xp  i-n lo Trinity fhnri-h of I'MKIMM r-mulit of (-.tali- free vjrvi.-ns, or. alu-rnately, IhHeiiflimtllcnf of the hospital. The Chlirell assoeiaimu ol' county, I'a., reecivjM thn Sealmry mi.s- MIOII" of Minnc.iota, (1KI, th'- hoaid of mis- sioiLs of the ProUNtant Kpiscopul church in the, iltoei'w of the MUiion- m-y society of tho hiunu cliiin h, l.x-uU-41 in X.-w York, remainder of thy estate is to he held by the cxeeulvn'H jn tritst and its- soon as praeticahle I'urtlier sum O.ooii is tu (Budded to the '-ndowment of the St. hosjiital. guards provideil liy law txi probiit pulilie funds in the hand.? of a oflleor ol thol'niled SlaPvi. Mr. Holiimn tlicn enss-s Ihe vat ions lisjioetw of the and eoine, io tho fvinchiHiou tlmt ser- geant al arms i.s simply All oMIeer of the house of chnrni-d with the ilfslnirsi'iiieiit nf wtaiii fimils. He hnliU 1 hnt, the Ixnubt of and Cu-sliii-r Siliiitt oxplrwl with tlio Kiftielh eoiiKi-i-sii on Mnreli 4, 1KHU, nnd Hint the I.....se wuis without n Ixnulal wliitn thu dofalealion Mr. llohintn's In voliiinlnoiuj and nvory plutsw of Dm nialhir nt. length He stjito.s In tin- eoursfl of tlmt the moiiilNTH of Ihe hnu.-i8 will, nf eounw, m-tin faitti the pnblie, Lnywnry. "ff, in hemlibj, "tin) at arms m a disbursing olltuir  Weir Knocked Out. SAN FHAN( [sen, Jim. Hnish fight bf-lwepii Weir and Billy Murphy  V.T Monnr XKW V.iim, Jon. 14. at tin st t f.tf 4. The hlirlin-t 19. uclilMl H-'ifcH H.-J4 for slxl (I K, I, for I -ai HI-HOI, l.n in'l: do fuadM, eati'als, I Old, Nf M- VorU NEW YORE. Jan. U. quiet but Fine winter, 10 -ta fa: do Miperllim zna .No. S wint-r. ttf iiinpriuK, No 1 wiiiUtr. 1.40: do itprinfc, city mill extnu. 94.lt for lnitioc. Houtnrrn (tour elated a'ly: triple nnil fatiulv WHKAT-fipCi.mil a little more y. aii't Mia tone of Um dmlingM WMI lii iiici- oil of a cold wave nnd Know In Ion dull. Hpot ui< nil around. of No i nt winter. uucraded red, TZaWc; Ho. reil. H-A-. wewi fairly artlro and eloMi with hardly any change In Kpot easier. Miiot of No. mixed, 88H ul htrainer do, No. 8 mixed, M Ontlonn nm firm but quirt, hljfhm- for BOme 8pot loU llrm and Vtc better. Spot of No. I white, Nu. do, No. 1 mixed, 30c. So. 1 to, tfif HARI.RY -Nominal. dull; max, Uftdj: Feb. Mamli, JCJS.iH.KO; May. 41. UU'lTKK-Ilull: nxauiory Mwura, It to Mi; do. 2.-V to factory Tork cMJH, western fljt, 9MO10C. KliUS-Rtrong-r; fmh ouUra (Irata, MK 17. wmwrn ilo. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe's NEWSPAPER!   

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