Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 20, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer January 20, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY. J AMJ ARY 2«>, IS1*). representative Business houses OF DUNKIRK. I* KOF ES* I OK A I*. Ii, T. ROLPH, M. D.. A ,n. ICI l.INO MAI HIKE for rnllag ' i - of blank* i* th*! latest audition to >lS*hA« cal Departrererf of dunkirk Printing Com pan i f\ \M)EKN Coal and Wood Yard, 4 1 , .,Avenue, opposite Nick*! Platts Hard and Hofl Coal. All grade© of Wand and Soft Coal, C <U Lumber. it * ^."shingle* and Ijrth. Free Coirtsapon u-boe for wholesale lota u !. , . x x MASK, Practical Plumber, Ga# A .I "u-atn Fitter. Special attention ■nU> ©aaiUtrv I\uuilnag. K att mate* given ti ,t Air I umecca. *7 L. Third street. .. it. 1.1 Fro KO, set and 22ft Central Ave. I t \ rustic Photographer. Imrtantaneous ... * ex site# «* Ha bien a ai**cialty. Sitter* , J ; 4-ail for aunt hi ne except for ■a tot *»-    _ I took IlINDKKV —Jam BM IRVINO, Pro-I i [.! . tor No. M* K. Second atreet. near Buf- * ,, ,m©'t. Dunkirk, N. Y. Maga/mra, Mu-. , Pamphlet*. etc.. t*ound in all style* ( irders pn'snpUj attended to. All work guaranteed. I ,| im. UKK’* t ROC KEKY HOUSE, I,    Site    Central Avenue. is ,i. * dc and retail dealer in Imported and toiu. cuc * luna. Glassware, Ac. OI A*, ll. ll AKKIH, til central Ave. (.rn-i cral Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. hdore traveling injure vour lie in the old , ..hie •’Travelers*." Heal Estate Agent. AMtna negotiated on property. iH \l TAl’yl’A HOTEL lutes, ll per day. "i very and Braiding Stalde in connection. Victor Hider, SSft and IST Lion street. MITT BARBER SHOP cha*. Hag la, Prop., n.ier luke shore National Hank, corner cuter and Third street*. A In# aloek oi p oreign and liomesttc cigar*. , HINKLIN A SON, I    38©    center    atreet. Practical borse-sbueis. Particular attention •a, j lo iuu-rfering horse*. shoeing of road ii i troutug horse* a specialty. I) I N KUIK EVENING OI18KH1ER. I .argent Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. OUN KIRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Formerly sellew A Pop»»le. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pul ley*, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Purgings, Castings, and Machine Work to order. Dunkirk hhikt co., an, » an# or, Center street, Manufacturer* of UM “Cromwell" ami "Dunkirk'’ per feet -A limp Dress Shirt*. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry good# houses in Dunkirk. F. TOOMEY, 4*4 and 436 Lion street. •aler in Flour, Feed. all. Baled llay. Phoebe*, etc. _    . F. stab I ishe< I, 11,7. KIE HOTEL and Dining __ i I ie pot, Easy access to all trains and bu* ss housed Best accommodations *or ^oul rt .ai I ravel*, rn.    j(    Murphy,    Prop. ;HLEU8kDL _ . .    .    . \    p;    and    'JU    E Third street Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up-•istcnng. Picture Frame* made lo order. a Ii. MATTESON A DL Kl Central Av#., Bader* of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters A KEI.I. STEAM HEATING CO- in u lac lurers of Sham Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. I OME STEAM LAUNDRY. lur special tie*:    Fine    Shirt*,    10c; I niter* . i uSs, Ic, and Lace Curtains. Free Deli?-y, x VY. Gumming*, 207 Center street. I. IC OEHM. E. Third att, cor. of Buffalo nufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot# A shoes. I EN KY WEILERT* NEW STORE, HH K. Thinl sc Books.SUttooery, Musical In- umenG, Mags/1 aes,Daily aud Vt eekly Palier* J everything pertaining to a first class book res Schoo. Books a specialty. OH PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rales by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Seeoud 8tj HL. VAN BUREN A SON, Fir# Life, Accident aud General insurant*. IH*al-m Beal Lf UU* and Li.cn*. i’ar.icular muon paid to the care of properly collect-rent* Ac. 110 Center att, 2ml floor. I OF ROE'S PHARMACY, HOP Central Avenue nadquartcr* for Wall Paper Paint*. Olla, Ac. JERKINS, J. W_ HW Center atreet. Manufacturer and dealer in H irness, Hail.:lea, ndlea, Collar*. Trunks,H hip#, Buffalo Bol*e*, rue Cover*. Giove*,MiUens and Sleigh Kobe*. >1.1 'HUNG. T. W. Murray, 537 Lion street. a apeeialtv made of S.uiiUry Plumbing. .-.nu aud Gas Fitting. Workmanship guar i teed- Si HOLTEN, ,    IT Feat Third street, innnnble Tailor. Gentlemen will find it u r ad v.image to call on me tiefore purchaaing where.    _ > It. CARY m CTL, .    SSS    Lion    street General II ani ware, White Lead.Oila.PAlnter'* Oil i loth*, Granite Ware. A sped alls her w it. VV ilham* Pan land Monroe range. I i Supplies, ty>d Slier I > Ii LING, such as blatik-l«ooka, ledgers, and IVR all kiudaof hlauks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 6 and IO E. Second >t Rudolph MOLDENHAUER, Cor. Third ami Buffalo Ste, Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on ma befur* buying your aide-walk. RISLEY A CO.. 7 and » East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Shire for Family Use. Physician and Surgeon. Office over Lf unit Drug store. Residence, 1 entre! Avernus. Telephone No. A Call* mn lie left at I von’a. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT WANTED—ah active representative for the Hartford LH*- and Aimutiv Co. in iiunkirkA'id in every town in Chautauqua Co. Superior plan. til wji rat**. l.tix-ral term*. Add res* K van terr m-kino, (on. Agt. lot Western N. Y..JH1 Main SC, Bu 5 a lo, N V . I *■ ,v"u want a professional gar*lener and I florist for pruning your trees, making nu . gardens and parka, IfoUaixl, French or English ui< Hie I, w rite or call for Yamtermeulen Bro*.. 412 Canary street, and see a hat they ram do FROM WASHINGTON. KOBERT M'KAY, Lion street, near the depot Boarding, sale, Fee*l and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week co reasonable terms DALESMEN* Wanted at once. Lical or Cd *1 raveling Big Pay. steady Work. ©lock W arrau u-d t^ui* k Selfing Sp*- dal tie* omiii rtee, K\|*enence Cline. e*»arf. I ah. I . VV lu r-say, Nnrayman, K<** h« -u-r, N. Y. SEID, J. W- IM Center atreet liealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machine-. We make a specialty of first cia** makes of Pianos aud Farrand A Votey Organ* 3 TODD AKI A CO., Patent A t tome \ a, KIA 7 th M, Washington, Ii < .opp I H Pab-nt of-fica Patent*, t aveat* aud Ke Issue* see urn*! trade Mark* regi-t«*re*l All Pattnt buMne»-oon«liicte<l for ui<H|«»raU* Fee*. Information Advice, and s|*eciai reference* sent on req neat Jki*ASALAKY. 140 FXPKVSES IN AO-nr'Rf VA Vt L. alb* wed eali month. 8tead\ ••mp'.ov inent at home or traveling. No sobeit-tng. Dutiesd*divertng tnd making colit < tom*. No Postal Card* A*ldre»s with stamp. HAFER A CO., Piqua, Olina I wi*h to employ a few ladle* on eatery to take charge of my bu Hines* at their homes. Light very law mating aud healthful. Waif* -IID per week, ileferrnee given. G*h*| i a\ for parttime. Address auh *tuup. Mitt Man-ION Wa LU KH, laiinioille Ky. For Kent or Hale. House corner Second and D<*ve stret*!* Newly fitted up ami in fine con Im.in Will sell on east lerma. Enquire at the office of Martin Heeler Co T p ^irmon Elders' Book L ^Sk&t^iaAffS THE PROGRAM IN CONGRESS FOR THE PRESENT WEEK. Mr. Ingalls to Deliver His Speech od the Rare Oh* ulna—Mr. Call A ut ions to Refute Senator Plumb's « barges—lh* Blair Rill and the Si trot t Case”—Mr. Wlndom'i Sliver HUL W a hh I vt rn in, Jan. 30—The feature of the prxvolinpi of congree* which will attract most gemqral attention during the coming week is the speech to be <leli cered to-morrow af ten io« * ti in the senate by Mr. Ingalls. He had proponed to deliver tins speech on the ■aune day that Senator Butler addranMd the i ^ ,, , ,  t. .    .    __ . e . "'' TI    provided in aectioa I; or such notes may be senate .st th** race quest!***, the Kaunas x*na- J    in (X>ilt at Uw, option of the tor having chow* ti* same subject ft** his ; government: provided, that up rn demand of purpose of the above section, and in such form and <!•‘nominations aa be may prewrite. proc nled, that no ie .tea shall be of a denomination levs than ll nor more than |1,0U0. Hectic*) d.—That the note* issued under this act shall lie receivable for customs, taxes and all public dues. and when received into tile treasury may be re-issued, and such notes w ben beld by an national banking association, shall Ie .Hinted as part of its lawful reserve. Sect nm 4.—That the notes issued under the prm isi. in* of tilts act shall be redeemed upon •leman*I at the treasury of the United States. or at the office of an assistant treasurer of the United States, by the issue of a certificate of deposit for the sum of notes so presented, I ay able at one of the mints of the United States, in an amount of silver bullion equal in value, on the date of said certificate, to the nuitib r of dollars stated therein, at the market price of silver, to he determined aa \ GR KAT LABOR PARADE. LOCKED OUT LONDON STOKERS kKE A DEMONSTRATION. rjAM J. GIFFORD. SOI Central Ave. (Up 0 stair*), General insurance sad Real Estate Agent. Fire. Life, Accident, aud Live Stock 1 it»uranee. Prompt attention givsa lo boyla# and telling Real Estate. I' Ck JONES. ,    7ft E. Third st, enr. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and - nuked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters sad Po a1 try.    __________ A TC ILKS, JEWELRY, AC. Bay the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frank r. Supt. a R. Third st M. MOCKER, Merehaat Taiiov, fie ffsniral Avenue :-:UPRIGHT GRAND:-: PIANO THE HANDSOMEST UPRIGHT PIA NO V I Nl'FACrrHElh Entire I ntkriorConstriction EXACTLY LIKE TUE (iRAND Piano, and on i*i:k< ish- LY THE SAME l'KIX-CLPLR. Height 5It. l.i* In; Wi.lih5ft.Sin; Depth 2ft-4in Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mc Ii lit) A Bons’ Piano with Patent Muffler, whi( h reduce)* the tone to a minimum. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Meh-lin A Son*' Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in Upright case? Then the Mehlin & Sons' will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin & Sods’ will charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The case of the Mehlin & Bons' Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with basrelief panels, is a real work of art. ami tit for a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, and deli* acy of touch? The Mehlin & Sons* on these points will win your praise. But here we must stop,for our limited space will not permit us to mention all the excellent feature* of these superb instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, we invite you to call and inspect the Mehlin dc Sons' Piano for yourself. Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK N.Y. forensic oration. But ha view of the fact ti ult there wax * onxidcrabU* uncertainty about the bour whtqi H**iiaU»r Butler aas to x]i>«k. and as Kenai. >r Ingalls desired to be r*«N *natdy sure that lie would lune time to conclude his f$Mserh on the same day, it was deemed advisable to p«tj«iie lbs delivery until some more opportune occasion. It k* now the inter!1 i. ‘ii <>f K« !*ft tor lu^alL to speak to-morrow as anon as the morning    of th* a nato Is rumludod. and hi- will doubt hiss sp.ik, a* In the past. to crowded galleries. ANXIOUS TO VI NI) ll'A TF. VI I UHE LF. There are only two spec* he* fixed on kite (wi the bolder such not** shall be redeemed in uh er dollars, Keel im •».—-That wb-n ihe market price of silver, rn determined by tho secretary of the treasury, sludl exceed ti f.ir 371.3(1 grains of I hi re River, it dial I lie the duty of the secretary <rf tie* treasury to refu*#» to receive dc pwitii of silver bullkm for the purjinwi of thb act. Kecti(*i 6.—-That it diall he lawful for th*' secretary of the treasury, aith the approval “f Th*' president of tin* United States, to suspend temporarily the receipt of silver bullion for treasury notes at any time wlien he Is satisfied lh«t through combinations or Kp.s u lative manipulation of tile market tIm* prkv ander of the coming week la the senate the j ^ diver is arbitrary, nominal or fictitious, speech of Mr. Ingalls and a speech to lie de- j Kts-iion 7,—-That tile silver bullion deponited hvwed today by Mr, Pasco© of Florida, on j under this act, rrpnwentcd by treasury notes the views of the proposed federal dertk* which have been nshs*ine*l in gokl coin or in control take»i in Hie president's message, diver dollars, may be coined into standard There will not unlikely be a renewal of the silver dollars or any other denomination of controversy between Senator Call and Hena- j 'liver c now suttKviwd by law. for the tor Plumb im the Fie. cia swamp lands bill Til*' detmte I K'twwn them grew somewhat w .inn and Si nit. -r Plumb made **nme >*harg*w against the senator from Florida which he was very ani ems to niwliate. A call for puiixiM' crf re j. la. iug the coin us**«l in the redemption (rf the note*. Section 8,—That so much of the act of Feb. 38, 187H. entithsl "an act to authorise the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to an executive session interferwl uiAtona!Iv j restore its legal tender character," as requires it kl not unlike] v that lie , the inouthlv nu rd Lase ait*! comal*-** into silver that he mav FO HALATION OF I* ARTS F.ItS H11*. Notice Is hereby given that I have taken my *uu, Kudo!pit Koch, into partnership vrjth nw* in the furniture bu*me«e, an*l that the hnxmesfi will heresft. r tx conducted .under Uhj firm ne nae of Louis Koch A Son. Loris Koch. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV ADMIilSTIIlUi rn. NAIKF OBI Dill IHC I DC. It can ha eh ss In a cap of cote# or tea. er In ar betes of food, without the knowledge of the person tsking it; It is absolutely barmier and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAILS. ^GUARANTEE a complete cure In every instance. A** page book FREE Address in confidence, r-0LDE»i SPECIFIC CO.. I SS Rats St.. CInrlimaH.O- with his reply aint will call tho matter up again finish his remarks. MR. BLAIR'S EDUCATIONAL KILL. It hi under'ti*. m| that Senat* >r Blair pro- j pones at an early day to call up the educational hill, no long before congreet, and with w hich be has become no thoroughly ideiititbvl Then-is an undoubted majority in favor of the bill in the Acuate, aud doubt!*** a major-ity iii favor of its paaeigo in the bouse. It was defeated in the last congreas and Sen- I astor Blair is anxhitts that it sdKHild be taken up at an early day. TMK WYOMTNO BILL TI)*'>v»n niiTbx* un t* r: it*-n. s will rep,»rt rn lh acuate th# bill for the adtntaHon of j Wyoming and Senator Platt will announce ; hie in tout n*n to call the bill up for ilisiMaoa uimI |«!Kik«‘ at an early day. The bill for ; or}.’a IU/at km of rn tomp.rarv form of g» • reminent in Oklahoma will be reported favorably front th** -ame committee, and an *'fTort will be made to bring almnit its |*o*«age .lur- j itit: iii" week. Tie* international copyri^lit bill wi l be reported favorabl} t«*-«lay, but it will not t*e takon up fie* consideration for annie time. In the «e*T.'t session of Pie sr oat. ti*© fir-1 (rf th** olijected cares will b*» token up and dis pored of during the lajming week—that of i Thomas J Morgan, commi>-i**ier of Indian j affair*. The nomination of Dr. Dorclie^itor, | sup*.‘rint*‘iMlcnt of ln«lian scbooi-, will tx* taken up at the same tim**. Both of them w ill doulrtWxei be confirmed. In,tie* bouse the tiklabc.ina toll i> certain to occupy at t**aiit one more day, probaldy beday, but other mutton* cann. A be given such definite place* Mr. McKinley will, if be SHON his chain"**, call up for consideration the (*1114001 aduitni-1 ration toll, on which the ways and iixeis conunittoe twas sulnnitted a favorabl*' rcjx.rt. Then* are only a few f.-at orcs of this bill that are not too technical to be pawed O^rer in the bouse and there will be diaruwed and di'j*«rre.t of in 'bort ori. r. THIS SILCOTT t’A-K There bi a chance that further dbcuMdon will ensue <m tire Nilcott defahwtion. The boare will have to dis|*ore cf the matter in nome way, and as both tolls relating to it have been defeated, Mr. Holman's proposition to divide the funds in the sergeant-at-artn-' safe stands a chance of being fully dis-Seet»d C.iic rn I interest centres iii til© n*-porte of the majority and minority of the ('oniinittee on rules, It is said that there will lie some opposition on the |«rt (rf a few Republican* to the code that Mr, Bred is existed to bring in. The jarty leaders will be well assured of the sjiirit of the Republicans before bringing in a report. The *ul>-oarn-mittee of the onnmittee on th** judiciary has pre] Kin-1 a fa voluble report on the commercial convention's Imnknipt.y toll, and tile full cwnraid.e will pndiahly n*i**rt it to the kouw* during the week. The census committee will report back the petitions of various Im xml* of trade and alliances asking an enumeration of farm mortgages, with the opinion that the busine^ included in prrcot legislation on the census include© all that (mn be covered pn.perl Th** special committee on world** fair is to be appointed some time during Hie wed. It is expected tliat the committ*** will reprat a bill retting the time for the fair and the question of location will be taken up later, Among the committee hearings during th* w*rek will be the following: Senate cum-mittee on Pacific railroads: C. P. Huntington will to* to*ard Friday on the Pacific railroad funding toll Monday', I«Hot box forg erie©, continuation of examination (rf wit-^besNHs. Monday, merchant marine and fisher ice. on bilh to    American    merchant marine Wednewday. the monthly purcha c and coinage into silver dollars of not than f'J.UUU.UUO nor more Hum ti,ODUM) worth of silver lailliou, is liereby rtqieak-L He>*tion ll.—That any gain or seigniorage arising from th** coinage which may lie executed under th** provisions of this a*"t shall be ai *c. .unfed for and paid into the treasury as pr«.\ id. I by existing law, Ss-tion IO.- That diver bullion rwwived under tile provisions of the art shall ta* sui © j****t to Hie ns|uiremente of exiling law and the regular;• aw of tile mint service, governing Hie method* of ravipt, determining the amount of pure silver contained ami the amount .J charges or redui'tions, if any, to Is* made Section ll.- That withing in this act shall he construed bi prevent the purchase, from tins- to time, as may lie required, of silver bullion for tie* subsidiary silver <simage. Section 13.—Tliat a sum sufficient to miry out the pron dons of this act is hereby apj»r«*-jirmtol i.iit of any money in the treasury not other wee* appropriated. KtctioB Li.—That hi! acts and parte of acts incrmsLstent with the provisions of this act are hereby re-jscaled. S.s*ti*»n 14.—Tliat this act shall take effect thirty days from and after its passage. * MR. BLAINE'S RESIGNATION. Th# Story Again Art.mf That He Will ©ooh Tender It* WArmington. Jan. 30i—The Herald revives I the story about Secretory Blaine's resignation. It says tile lielief that Mr. Blame's I resignation a> secretary of state is impending has toismte very strong within the past few days. and after repeating the rumors current I from time to tune of the strained relations between the president and the secretary **f state, adds: **Tbe death of his son Walker, it is believed. will furnish an additional and very strong reason to Mr. Blaine for quitting at once his : place in the state department. Not only is Walker's death an irrejiorable personal loss ■ to his father, who was greatly attached to him, but in the discharge of his duties as rbc-J retary of state Mr. Blaine found his son an invaluable nie>i)*tai)t. whose place it will lie tmpos&ihie to fill. Mr. IValker Blaine had the confidence of hie father to a degree which naturally no one eire could obtain, and was thus able to relieve the se**i\*tory of state of a large amount of hurdetiaome work which w ill now necessarily fall ujon him.** A I lenient©.I Girl’s Journey. New York. June ‘JO.—A young girl comfortably dressed, but evidently out of her mind, w as a |asenp*r on the Cincinnati train which arrived at the New York Central depot yesterday morning. The girl give* her nam** as Goldie I {einstein, and say* she is 18 ware of age, and that she left the home of her uncle in Ladonia. Tex., on Wednesday last to vifit her uncle in this city. Pinned to her drree was a pajier bearing the address of •*L. I JI ugh-l>**n. No. ftO or 55 Eldridge. New York.” In her trunk were found several envelope* bearing tile card of Cmssnian Bn*., Ladonia, Fannin county. Tex. Her sup-pored relative ("annot be f<*und in Eldredga <tre t. ais! the girl, who is now Icing cared for by tis* police, will Iv* turned over to the commis)* : .tiers of charities un Ie©* her uncle is t ’.md b -day. C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 504 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, I. Y. DEALER IN KSS, WATCHES ui JEWELHT, Cleeks, silverware. Leather Goods, Etc. J ENGR J Vt NG, GOLD <f SIL I KR PLMTISG A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 804 MAIN STREET, Opposite kreqnoU Hotel. WINDOM'S SILVER BILL. Test of th#    A.) rn i ti i.f ration    Mullion Measnre Shortly to he Introduced. Washington, Jan. 30.—The following is the text of th** administration bill, prepared by Secretary W indoor, em I Halving the silver measure prcjM©*d in his annual i<-|*>rt. aud which will be intrivluoed in both the hou-e and si'iiat** (luring the prerent w«*«k, proltably to-day: A bill auth'sizing th** issue of treasury XK>te© on deposit of silver bullion. Be it enacted, etc. That any owner of silver bullion, the product of the mines of tin* United States, or ores smelted or refined in the United stab's, may dejno-it the same at any coinage mint or at any assay office in the United Stab© that the secretary of the trwreurv may desigiaite, and receive therefor treasury notes bcreue after provided, .©{ual at the ‘lab* of deposit to toe net value of such silver, at the market price, such price to Ie* determined by the secretory of the trcM-ury under rules and reg-> ult ion* pro-cr ii •**•!. Ivirel upon the pruv* current iu Hie lending sib cr market* of the : world; I nit no deposit coexisting in whole .»r in ]«rt of silver bullion or foreign silver coins imported into this country, or bars resulting from meltod or refined foreign silver coins, shall be received under the provision.’' ! of this act. Section 2. —That the secretory of the treasury ©ball cause* to Is* pn*par©d treasury is tee in such amounts as may be required for the A Town Nearly B iped Out. PlTTRBC HG, Jan. 30.—A special dispatch fr* rn Alt -mi. l’a .says:    The business por tion of the village (rf Frugality, fifteen mile* north of this city, wa* destroyed by fire early yesterday morning, including a hotel. Adams empress office and a store with contents. Mr. and Mrs. Walls, sleeping in the hotel, had a narrow escape from Icing burned to death, their Uh! teeing a fins w hen two miners, coining from work, diivxivered and rencued the couple w ith great difficulty. The hotel and -tore were owned by the Frugality Coal and Coke company. The Ions is estimated at he-t»e**n |s SM ID and f»K.i.OUO, partially covered bv msuniiice. Killed by Mexiewn*. San Angeixi, Tex., Jan. 3d—A private letter from Fort I la vis eon tai ii© the statement that while three prospector* and their fam-ilies were encamped near that {dace they were attacked by Mexicans and two of the men kiil d The other man with Hie women ami the children escafied. The munk*rers plund«‘red Hr* camp. took the horses and escaped. __ Ji»rli«>on Anxious for a Fight. New York, Jan. Jo.—“Parson” Davie*, manager (rf Jackson, the colored pugilist, arni *-.1 on th© steamer Drittanic. He says Jackson, w ho will arrive in a few days on the Adriatic, is very anxious to meet Sullivan, and is ready to make the match for $15,000 or more immediately or after Sullivan's Mississippi trouble ie over. Big I «•'« for a Small Town. Jarper, Ind.. Jan. 30.—The principal part of the busine** portion (rf the town of Ferdinand. I hi I *«is county, Iud., was burned on Friday night. Gohamman's store, hotel and adjoining budding were burned. Lase, tb,<JU0; light insurance. The Leaders Barely Able to Keep tho Desperate Men from Committing Acts of Tloleace— Great Indignation Over editor Parke's Sentence—John Barn* and the St an lei Procession. London, Jan. 30.—The peaceful and contented j*>rti.»n of London's population had its nerves shocked again yesterday by a dom* inst rat La) on the part of that portion which is not so contented and not a1 ways so peaceful The person* who thus rudely interrupted the quiet olservtmv (rf the day were the ga* workers, or rather the ex-ga* worker*, for ! they are no longer workers, nor even strikers. Their place* at the gas work* have teen filled and they are Literally locked out. To be I locked out in london is a lim *4 equivalent to a sentence of slow death by starvation. It j had lieeu ’dxnight that these men had lost, their identity as gas workers, or strikers, or anything Ixit simple units of the great mam of unemployed, for the strike was over and forgotten weeks ago. Thus the ap}.carane** I of til im organised body of unfortunates had a somewhat uncanny effect, something like the appearance of the ghost of that which had linen buried (nit of ©ighL When the ex-ga* workers entered Hyde park in grim procea-*k*n people won let*.si w la*th(*r the riotous aren* - of Hie great lalior demoostratioo* of a year ago w ere to be repeated. The “bobbins” made ©un? of their tiatons, and the “Johnnies,'’ remembered that engagements called for their ]*reeenoe elsewhere at (Nice. The pro-ceewm, with I lands playing mournful air* and banners of doleful legend flying above, then moved |ia*t the t nan aiolis in the West Fhid, and wa* given Hie right of way a* unanimously as if it had been compte*! of (waled small}iox |.attent*. The marcher* scowled angrily at the swells w ho gaited on them from the windows of private mansions and dubs, and many were Hie harsh epithet* flung out by th** sullen, hopeless, almost dee-Iterate men. At some point* movements were made a* if to atone the windows of the clulis and it was only by the effort* of the leaders, among whom were annie of the ooole*t-lleaded and shrewdest of the lalor agitators of Lindon, that outbreak* were prevented. So that, on the whole, the demonstration wa* an orderly one. and Lmdon can congratulate it-e-lf on having again (Hit off the evil da> which mo many prophesy a* inevitable. The East End ha* again als*.riled it* delegation of Ie* miserable*, and the West End la at church. INDIGNATION AT PARKE'S SENTENCE. The sentence of Mr. Park© is to form the subject of inu< h questioning of the minister* when j wirl ion writ meet*. I .aboil che re in Ut lead the attack and will. in A(N*ondance with hi* original intention, dknus the whole question of the Cleveland street scandals and the snjiincnes© of the authorities in connection tlierewith. Fart in liar Iv will he dwell up>n the qu(*'tionabk* proeaedings of Judge Hawkins, who turned out the regular judge in order tliat he might try the rase, and the bittern*--)* of who** comment* equaled that of a prosecuting attorney. Parke may have I wen misled, lait no oca* who knows him d. mu14* be went into this matter solely with Hie idea of {(urging Lindon, if possible, of unspeakable crimea and of bringing the inhuman perpetrators to justice. Under thew circumstance* Hawkins scarcely acted with judicial deliberation when he gave I’ark* twelve month©' imprisonment. The feeling aux Rig the populace may be gauged from the fact tliat Lord Elision « a* loudly hissed on leaving the court. Some journalist* are speculating a© to whether the Conservative Standard has not qL* laid itartf liable to pnfewcution f.»r Libel in olwerving in a recent editorial: “We have no sort of sympathy with the prosecutor, Lml Euston, who admitted quito enough a1© .ut hi* own tastes and pursuits to show that he ha* very little claim to the respect of persons of decent life.1* Easton admitted during the crnes-cxamina-tx hi that he went to Cleveland street under the imp re©'ion that “pow platffique*” meant an exhibition of nude women. Whether that is justification enough under England's ah Nord libel laws for asserting that the noble lord ha* little claim to the reelect of persons of detent life is an open question. NO PROCKRHIOX POR STANLEY. John Bums ha* fallen foul of Stanley and s]«.ken in such emphatic terms at the London county council that the projected grand recept x hi of the explorer has liecn al»andoned. The council had desired to give him a grand parade in the street*, lait, as Buras pointed nut, Lord Napier of Magdala had no street reception after Magdala, neither had Gen. Roberts after ( 'abuI, nor L.rd Wok**ley after Tel-el-Kebir. while the only reception the Duke of Wellington had on his way home from Waterloo wa* from tao footpad* on Blackheath. who stopped his carriage and appropriated his valuables. TOUNG LINCOLN S HICKNKSR. Young Abraham Lincoln, who ha* been lying at th© j*»int of death in Versailles for the past ton weeks, wa* brought to Lindon Friday a* the only means of saving his life. Tin* incom|«etmce of the French ]J)y>iciaiui has been the draw Lick to his recovery. Ever since the blunder of one of them in o].erating upon a carbuncle laid the boy low Minister Lincoln aiel hi* entire family have beeti at tile bedside. Three weeks ago the child was thought to be recovering, but a relajwe came and the FYetx'h physicians said he could not recover. Dr. Sidney June*, one of Lux Iou'* nxM eminent surg»*ons. wa* (railed to Versal I It this week and said that the (wily hope wa© to bring little A brails hi to England, a© tin- depression caused by a-v«jciatkms with the scenes of his sickness and mutilate hi militated against hi© recovery. It wa* d»©'id(©l to make tb»* experiment, and it wa* succc*©fully carried oui The American minister wa* treated w ith the utile «t kind re***. The Nord railroad of F'raiK© *©nt a ©i*© ial invalid carriage to Versailles, and Alfred Thorne, th© American agent of the London. Calais and Dover railroad, took c. urge of the party at Calais. The trip aero-*- tile channel wa© of course the mort serious jmrt th*- journey, but the invalid. in a swinging ted. made the journey without discomfort until close to Dover pier, when Is* wa* taken sick. Fortunately he wa* landed too soon to suffer seriously, and a special train with an invalid carriage brought him safely to Lnxlon. Thi© morning he wa* much ladler, and Dr. Jones think* recovery is probable, though the boy is still very tack leis* BISLAND AT LONDON. M is* Bi ©land, the American girl who left New York sixty-four days ago. in an attempt to girdle the globe via San Francisco and Yokohama in seventy-fire days for the Coe mopolitan magazine, flitted through Lmdon Saturday afternoon on ber way to ratch the Bothnia at Queenstown. She told the correspondent that she had had a splendid trip, and she looked in the bast of health, although she had not (dept since 3 o'clock in the morning and had had a long trip to and aero** the English channel, with a stormy crowing of the Irish channel lief ore her. A* the Bothie a is a slow boat Miss Badaud will not have any time to spare if six* reecho* New York Witt-m the stipulated tune. She rn,-wed I ji I 'ha!H|iagne at Havre Friday by only three h>hut#, and bi another unfortunate coin, ne,- the fast Em© which she wished to take ft© iu Southampton Sunday tan© just Le©-XI I (id off A NOTH KH REPORT ABOLT THE (EAR. Tlx* la*cst report aluutt the xar is that he Ita* taken to drink, and daily consume* in credible quantitie* .rf champagne The report ha© doubt I**©* a© little or a© much truth in it a* any one of the many rumor* pre-viou©ly in ciTualatioa. What is undeniable is that the secret phi* at St Fctermburg are -low ly unrai elling the tangled skeins of a plot of spindling magnitude in which are <©(deemed all maim. r of people, fnnn humble clerks to aristocratic oflkvrn. In the inqierial lxslygiiard several officers hale committed suicide to avoid arrest, mid many }© *»r wretch*** now in prv©on would have dune well to follow tliat ex am} de rOLLoWM KATHKK DAVTKN'R FOOTHTKER Sister ll. we Gertru It* of the Roman t alb- .lie order of St. l>omi)itc, is th** lady w ho mtond* following in Fat her Damien's footxteps and devoting her life to the lepers Her real name is Amy Fowler and she I* a native of Bath. She has worked under Pasteur for relief of the dog-bitten of Europe. Hurter Rose will take out with her to the Pacific a large cont nimbi, rn of comfort'and navwariet from cliantabk* iierson* for the leper- of Molokai. Nix- etui<arked un tlx* Bothnia tins afterixsm for New York on her way out. Dr. Talmage (rf Brooklyn i* in town on his way tex'k to America. He is sick w ith influenza at th.- residence of John Lol*b, editor of The Christian Aga. CON DOLEN!'KR DIR KINO HU ll BERT. Pic©ideiit Carnot has sent to King Humbert by a special envoy, M. Bruyere#, his condolence* mi thf* drath of the Duke of Aosta. M. Bruyere* will also represent France at, the duke'* funeral in place of M Mariani, Uh* French amliassador, who ta ill with the grip]*-. The funeral tscurn Wednesday, A h**avy gal** pn*vailed bi the channel Sat unlay night and yeatonlay. Several casual tie© to shqiping are reported. ImpuTnnt chnug**© are pending in the ixim-po* i lion of the clum rn-1 squmiron. The rl.©*t will be put on a more effective bsitiug in view of the geixuml unHa'iix*©* among the nation*, though no uium*iiato trouble is hinted at. The Ru©©:an n**wK}eipers contain numerous art id--© charging Au©uia with oppn-ssing the Servian readout* of IloHiiia. There (*an hardly be a doubt tliat th*-©e utterance* are ni'}Hi ©i, ami their ap|**arance mdicatcH that Rn-aia i© still determined to k(©q* the (ain Slav int agitation alive, thus precluding any improvement of her relation* with Austria. The Emjieror William's order against the Kreuz Zen nag and other too indejs'ixlent jiHinmls twit (Mily exclude© th**ni from the royal palace* aixi off;*-es. hut prohibit* tlx*ir circulation among the army, or at least in the lair rack*.    *_ The Duke of Ao©ta Dead. Turin, Jan. 30.—lYin -e Amadeo, Duke of Aoata, brother of Hie king, and formerly King of Spain, died Ie re at 7 p. iii. yesterday. He wa* ('on©* iou© at the moment of hi# death aud rcceo.q the p*|« © blessing from Cardinal Alumuxla. The duke dh©l of pneumonia aiel had L©<n til but a few days. King Humbert's pin ©i ian (ame from Rome to attend him on Friday. All the theatre* in the kingdom ar. clo-©©! and stab f»*Ktivitie* are discontinued. The Duke of Aorta wa* 45 years old. He w a* King of S]«ain from Dec. 4, 1870, until Feb. ll, IfTU, when he abdicated. Wanted to Nerve MI* Country* Rome, Jan. 3».—King Hiunlieit telegraphs Priott Minister Crispi frown Turin that the last words of the I Hike of A* .©ta were devoted to Italy and ber army. The duke regretted dying *©» early, only hts'aune he would lie prevented from ©en mg hi©cotintry. When the king arrived the duk** ©aid be Im*I allowed hinwlf to I** tortured by remedies In order to lie kept alive until la* could dis in his brother’* arms. The F.mperor in a Hurly. Berun. Jan. 3i).—At a reception of the |irc*ud«nta of tho lower h<»u©»* tin* emperor ex-|H**-»©H»©1 a hope that tlx* dict micfat lie prorogued at the earliest pr-mbl*' nx*nx*nt. It is presumed that hi© majest y wish.*© to have tile new retell ©tag meet a* soon as the diet is cloned.    _ Senor Campo© I n«nrce©©ful. Madrid, Jan. 31). —Martlnex Cauli©m has been unable to form a cabinet and the (pieen n*gi*nt ha© recalled S. ix »r Saga©t«, who wdl renew hw efforts to secure a workable coalition of tile factions. A TRIPLE TRAGEDY. THREE PERSONS DRINK OXALIC ACID IN THEIR COFFEE. Attempt ef a Bufltelo Shoemaker to Border His Daughter and Granddaughter aud Commit ©ul« ole, Which May be Nueeeaaful—The K.ml of a I ic bauch—A Ne Indie en Dakota Farmer*. BurraLO, Jan. JO.—Frank Feierly, a German ©hoemak»r, aged 74, who is a very hard drinker, hi* daughter, Mrs Meyers, a widow, aud lier daughter, IO years obi, were found in their    na denra    yesterday    forenoon    aim. *a dead    from th©    effect* of    potaun.    Doctors worked over them for several hours and finally brought the little girl to cons*1 mumm* She said her grandfather came borne Saturday night, drank, and started to heat ber motlier with a kmg club. Her grandfather, ©he said, heat her mother very often. Iii tile morning she awoke and lier grandfather and lier mother were standing near her. Tin* former had a coffee-pot in hoi ham!, and pouring out amus of the coffee gave it to her to drink. She did so, but while ©he was drinking her mother cried. Hor mother then took the (Nip and drank nome of the coffee, aud soon after ti ley both became very    sick and    vomited.    This was    all she could    ret i lent lier    uutil aroused by the    efforts of the (tortoni Th.- (Milice at once took possession of th© coffee (©it. which still had Nome of the coffee in it The appearance and ti)# (©lor of the fluid wa© perfectly natural; nothing whatever could I©* detected that would make anyone ©us|>ect the nre*e*x©( of poison. It is thought, however, that th© poison used was oxalic a«*id, which Fetcrly was in the habit of using on his loather. The old man and his doughier wore worked over by surgwHi© and physicians, but all at temps to restore them to perfect (NHIM'iou©liras Sailed up to a late hour, and it is fraivd tilers is ©mall hope of their recm ery. fCmtn loving the I ve of Ills Tongue. Zanxtbar, Jan. 30.— An al©*©©* ha* np-(M ainl on the exterior of Ernin Portia* skull and (lartial ]mraly©L© of the tongue ha* intervened. _ CHARGED WITH FRAUD. Tenllmony Agaiu©t .Hilwatikee Officer# of the Roy#! A. run nm. CHK ago. Jan. JO.—A tqiecial to The Inter-rkvsn from St. Lh’is Hays: Tim committee of supreme officers of the Royal Arcanum, who have 1*©*n investigating charge* again©! niefnl*T© and offki rs during the jiast week, eoncludrd thrir work Saturday and (k*]iart(©L Tile acca**©! are ll. W. I 'handier. (Hie of the moat prtHuin nt niemte r© chi the exchange, (Mist grand regent of Ute ©tate and now a memL-r of tin* grand (*ounc*il; F' J. Coyle of the firm of Coyle tY Sargcant, St. Louis, grand treasurer of the ©tate; and Dr. A. B. Shaw, grand in ©Ix ai examiner of the state. The charge** are conduct uuliecoming member*. defrauding fell* >w -members and falsifying ac*© Hints. Tiles.- charges grew out of a mining transaction by which the necui**d pine*©! the “Fannie” mine Mock aux mg members of the order. It i© charged that they made fal*e reprraentations by which they ©ecured from nieralxsrs enough nxmey for a small ©hare of the mine to pay for all of it, giving them the controlling interrat. The mine subwqu<*ntly proved wort hire*. Voluminous testimony will be bud lief ore th** supreme council at Bouton. Killed His Brot her-ta-Law. New* Orleans, Jan. JO—The Picayune’s Alexandria, La., special say*: New#reached here by w ire at a late hour burt night that A. H. Butter, living near Moreland station, ha* killed his brother-in-law, B. M. Hayes. No particulars have yet been received. The deceased and Mrs. Butter are grandchildren of the late Governor Thomas 0. Moore. Ce* Mack Sa!d to Have Deserted. Buffalo, Jan. 20.—A dispatch from Washington states that Con Mack, formerly of the At Aplington National league club, but who signed a brotherhood contract to play in Buffalo, is about to si rn another contract with the new Washington League club. •fnhn Koikio Hopelessly Insane. New York. Jan. 3D.—The Heral i's Lindon cable says John Ruskin is hopelessly insane. He ha© at time* lew even violent, and it is stated that on one occasion be broke all the window* ui the room w bere he wa© confined. AN INSURANCE SWINDLE. Tile Banco Game Worked oa Hundred* of Dakota Farmers. Minneapolis. Jan. ‘JU —A special to The Trilmne fniui Sioux Falk, B. D., May* State Auditor Tainkir's attention lias been ('ailed to aix>ther iusurauca swindle, the magnitude of wfldrh i> hardly secoixl to those recently ex pard by the state auditor wherein Dexter Turner afipeared a* the leading character Henry Froelich, who was prominent in a wild (at insurance coiujmny at Huron a few years ago, has for the inst year been soliciting among tile farmers of boart!*, San! ©im, I jake, M.ssly and other counties in the interest of a concern call.©I the Stock Owners’ Mutual union. Fi-oellch purportad la be it* general agent with headquarters at Huron. 'Hie concern seems to have existed only in name and Froelich’* scheme til connectxm with it was to insure live stts'k un the mutual plan at a nominal premium. His proposition wa© very Ulieral and hi© scheme ap}* ared so plausible that be succeed ed in taking in tix* fanners by the do sen Things went well with the “S. 0. M. U,w until the lo**** began to come in. It wa# then tliat continued wloiice on the (tart of Fruelirh led to an investigation which devel-()|ied the fact that he wa* the brad and tail to the insurance com {©my ubee jiolicira he had durtributed among th-i grnugeix Froelich is missing aixi it is Mirvel he ha© ©ought more (©mifortahle quarters. Fr.nn repute already received it I© safe to estimate that hi© fraudulent businra© w ill amount to several hundred tiiousaiul dollars. Their (unlrteUi to b# Protected. Lowell, Ma©©., Jan. 30.—The limit art.i-trariiy fixed by the Atlantio Base I ©iii aisiocia ti.hi for laying the guarantee dues expire I yesterday. Neither Ll we ii, Worcester nor Hartfoni will ply nor will they forward tlx -r resignation© at piraent. They will take no action until the meeting of the board of arbitration on the 3)iUi inst. Manager Sullivan of tix* Lavell© received a letter fnan Pre*F lent Byrne (rf the Lard of arbitration saying: “I can safely ©ay ti ult the Laird wilt not permit or recognize any action that will aff#© A your rights or interest© in any manner. Y.xir club should go a lead, and there is no (foul rf your contract* will lie fairly protected " John J Rogers of Phi lade![lh ta. another oftheLmrd of arbitratkm, write© that the Liard will protect Hie New England cliilu. Thinks the I ten Is After Him. San Antonio, Tex., Jan 30.—One of Judge Lmgenecker'a assistant* in the Cnsiin trial at ('hicago was brought to the Santa Ro-a hospital last night in an insane condition. The man is M|l8la?8HWri of tile hallucination that tin* Clan na-liael is afti*r him with knivra ilripi’ing with bl.wd He becomes so violent at time* that it was found nwmar] to (>la<e him in a straight jacket The name of Die maniac ("annot Is* learned, though it is know n that one of the Cronin pwttCBtofi wa© c.*iti-ing fnan Dal In* yesterday and went stark mud on the train. He had left Chicago to go South for his health. Threaten to Desert Their Pneltlons Hartford, Conn., Jan. 3D.—The engineers and firenx*n of tile express trains between Hartford and CampLdl Hall on the Central New England and Western railroad refused to receive th* ir pxy envelope* Katurd iy night lie. ause their wage* had l***n r(©itK©d withiait their knowledge. They ©ay thor will leave the road un bra the (dd rate—$M for engineer© and $4 for firemen for the round trip-is restored. There will Is* no general strike; thorn affected will simply leave and seek other p within*. Maurice Barrymore Arrested. New York, Jan. ‘JO —Maurice Barrymore, the actor, was arrrated Saturday night at Broadway and Thirty-first street, charged by an (rfficer w ith disorderly conduct, refnsi.ig to move on and using vile language. He made a counter charge against the officer of using vile language and interfering with a peaceable citizen. He was bailed out, and in court Sunday morning he was discharged. A merlCMiv Poring ue«e Pro tent. BONTON, Jan. 30. —The Portuguese of Boston and vicinity cabled the minister of f.ir-eign affair# at Usbon, resolution* protesting against the interference of the British government with Portuguese territory in Eastern Africa, sanctioning the action by Horpa Pinto, and indorsing the action of the Portuguese government in the matter. MASKS! iii IAI MASKS! MASKS! MASKS! MASKS! Don’t fail to attend the Grand Carnival and Fancy Dance to be ^ivuii at the Opera House, Tuesday evening January 2lst. It will be one of the most enjoyable ami social affairs of the season.. We have made the necessary preparations for the occasion in tho way of Ladies’ and (ieii-tlemen’H Fancy masks, Cloth Dominoes and faces to represent a1) characters. Appropriate for Masquerade Halls and fancy dances. Gold and Silver Hraida and costume trimmings. Come in time and don't wait until the last day. The Grandest display of Masks and Masquerade trim-ings to be found in the city. Everybody can be suited with out fail. All colors, cloth Daminoes only 5c. Pa[>er Masks 3c, 4c, 5c, Sc, 9c, I Go, 15c, 2tV, 25c, 35c, Mustaches, Braids, Goatees and Side-w hi she re, False Hair and Wigs. Huy your Make ups in time. ERIK STORE STEAMBOAT SUNK. Many Dvath* from Pneamonla. New Yore, Jan. 30.—The number at (Irath© in this city during toe twenty-four hours ending at noon yesterday was 146, two lent than the number reported for the preceding twenty-four bourn Thirty of the ‘irath# were from pvx'umonia and aeventi**n from influenza complicated with other dia-a, mm' FuflHcU lo Dilia, New Orleans, Jan 30.—The Picayune** Meridian, Mi©© tqiecial -tate* that Muldoun, Ck*ary and Donovan hire arrived thi*re in charge of a detective aid will prmrad to Poi vu for trial to-day. Mud tide rataiirilng el ftlgnaU Ile* ult* Dls-Mtromly—Pour Men Mlosing. Vip KUBU IO, Mis*., Jan. 3D.- The steam Ixiat Katie Robbin*, Lnuxl fur the Yaxno river, wa© sunk Saturday night mar Hayne'* Bluff, thirty-flve miles aLiv* Vickslnirg, by (©illk-iflfl with a barge in tow of the steamboat Josie Harkin©, from Sunflower river for Vn-ksburg. Four of the Kale Robbins1 deck crow are missing, and are undoubtedly drowned. The pajwengem, including three ladies, were aroimed from .lee]) when the collision occurred and were rearmed withiait difficulty, lait lost their baggage. The officers and crew saved their clothing only. The Lut's hooka and paper© were lost. Clerk Phippe saved the money, lait had a na row racaj©! himself, la mg awaketxd and dragged out by tho night watchman. The vessel and cargo w ill probably be a total lo©©. The Josie Harkm© was uninjured, but her barge wa© ("a|j*iz**J and SH,OOO sacks of ©•el and thirty ladra of cotton were dumped into the river. The collision resulted from a nu.understanding of signak. The Katie Robbins wa* the beet Lat of th* Yazoo and Tallahatchie Tranffportatian cmi)|»iiy's line. She wa* valued at $10,000. HON. FREDERICK CHASE. Death «f the Distinguished Treasurer of Dartmouth Callage. Hanover, N. II., Jan. 30,—Hon. Frederick Uhaae, treasurer of Dartmouth (©(liege and judge of prohate for Grafton county,who was taken sick Jan. IO with influenza, died yesterday from overwork, chiefly in connection with the revision of the proof sheets of the ti ret volume of hi© history of Dartmouth college and the town of Hanover. There was no pneumonia or other com pl Orations. Judge Chara was the son of Professor Stephen Chara of Dartmouth college and was born in Hanover in 1840. He graduated at Dartmouth in I and subsequently studied law with Hon. Dam.*! Blandon. He graduated from the Columbia *•oLlegr law school in Washington in 1867. Ile wa# at Ute brat of the law finn of Chare, Hartly Sc Coleman of New York and Washington, until chorea treasurer of Dartmouth college in 1875. The following year be wa* a planted judge of pnrfjato for Grafton county, and ha* hekl Lith position* continually Hit ice. His aged mother, hi* widow and five children sure ive him.    ■    ".......' Ortew W. Ch»pm#n’« Death. Wahhinoton, Jan. 30.—Grk»w W. Chapman, solicitor general (rf the department of Justice, died here yesterday of catarrhal affection of the kidney’s in his 66th year. Mr. Chapman wa© attacked with the grip taro weeks ago; and this, although not severe, aggravated an old affection of the kidney and k*d to his death. H is condition was not regarded by his physicians a* at all serious, 1 until Last Friday evening. Birne that time he failed rapidly. The body will be taken to ; Binghamton, N. Y., for interment. —- Miss Cam merer Gets SIC,OOO. New York, Jan. 30.—The jury In th# suit of Caroline Cammerer against Clemons I Muller for $100,000 damages for breach of • promise of marriage rendered a verdict in favor of the plaintiff for $12,000. A motion by defendant for a new trial was denied, and a ruction for an allowance Tor the plaintiff's attorneys was granted. Daniel Dougherty was counsel for the plaintiff and Col- R. O. luge reoil for defendant. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. -S' ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: January 20, 1890

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