Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 20, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 20, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY, JANUARY 20, NO. 138. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. PROFESSIONAL. SKW III LINO MACHINE for rilling tilanksii the latest to t'-d of IMiiiLirk Printing Com pan i and Wood "itr'sl Avenue, omwejte Nickel Plate imulcs ol ifard and Soft Coal, di Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free correspondence lor wholesale p T. uoi.ru, M. D., Physician and Stirrcon. Office over Lycn's Drug store. Resilience, Contra! Areiiuc Telephone .St.. 9. may be left at 1 yon's. PKC1AL. ANNOUNCEMENT! arlivc for the llartfonl J.ifc an.', Annum- Co in every town in Co. nmrior ulmi. Cliunj, rati-a. Liberal u-i in Lililreaa KVKBETT dun. A-t lor Western N. Main St., N i M. MANJC, Practical Plumber, Gae A 1 Fitter. attention -aniuiry IMimbing. Kstimatee giyen I liaa KiUing.Steam Heating and H lA.rtum'acea. M E. Third street i, K. mWOKD, 223 and 225 Central Aye. I1 Photographer. Inatantaneoui a "Pecialty. Sitters i wa" 'or sunshine except for HOOK IKVIHO, 1'ro- 11 -So. 16 E. Second street, near But- t Dunkirk. N. Y. Magazines, Mu- i' tuiiiiileu, etc., bound in all styles. Ordors attended to. All work guaranteed. 111 KtHKK'S CKOCKEBK HOUSE, J J 308 Central Avenue. Wnulciale and retail dealer in Imported and GUMware, Ac._____________ H. HARRIS, ZU Central Ave. Gen- I iril Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. rrl'Tt-- traveling insure vour ile in the old "TriivderB1." Keal Estate Agent. on property. iHAUTAOUCA HOTEL, Kates, per day. and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Kider, 8S5 and 337 Lion ilreet- C BARBERSHOP I Prop.. CD.lcr Shore Kaiional Bank, corner center anJ Third itneta. A floe itouk ol t urciKQ and Domestic cigars. SS8 Center street, I'ractical borse-ahoeie. Parucular attention haul to interfering horses. Shoeing ol road J trotting horses a specialty. vl'NKUtK KTKNUIO OBSKBTKK. Larcest Daily in the Connty. An unequalled advertising medium. DUMKIBK ENGINEERING COWPANS. Formerly Sellew Popple. ol Knginea, Boilera, Pulleys, Shutting Hangers, etc. Patterns, ForgingB, CueUnga, and Machine Work to order. DUNKIRK SULKT CO., 208, 206 anil -iff, Center street, ol thi and "Dunkirk" perfect- UI ting Ureu Shirts. On sale in all leading lurmauiug, clothing and dry gooda houses in Dunkirk. DF. TOOMEY, 4'M and 438 Lion street, Dealer in Flour, Feed, .-all, lialed Hay, I'hos- EstabH.he.1. 1877. ERIE HOTKL and Dining Saloon, Unioi Depot. Easj access to all trains and bun ineaa houses. Best acoommuUauons ior Coin oercial Trarelera. John J. Murphy, Prop. CO., 97 and 99 E. Tbird street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware anil Up Bolstering. Picture Frames muilc to onler. iri MATTE8ON CO., 3C'. Central Aye.. Leaders ol Fashion and Gentlemen Outnltere II AREIJj STEAM HEATING CO., Manufacturers ol Steam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H. OHK STKAM LAUNOKK. our specialties: Fine Shirta, We; Collars, ic; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Ueliv- ery. A W. Cummmgs, an Center street. 1 I K. OEUM. K. Third at., cor. ol Buffalo Ma Dufacturer and dealer in Fine BooU A Shoes. UENBT WEILEK'8 OTEW STOKB, 103 E. Third St. Uooks, StatioDery. Musical In- audWeeklv and everythipg pertaining to a Brst class book Schooi Booka a specialty. JOB PKISTING of every doicrlptioD anil lit lowest living by Dunkirk Printing Company, S and 10 K. Second SL, JH. VAN BUREN A SON, Fire. Lile, Accident anil General Insuraaoa. Deal- era in Keal Estate and Loans. 1'arlicular attention paid to the c.tre oi property collect- lag rents Sto. Z19 Center St.. 2nd floor. PHARMACY, 800 Central ATenue lieadqnartcrs lor Wall Paper Paints. Oils, Ac. J. W, I i09 center street. Manufacturer and dealer in H trness. Saddles l.ndlea, collars. Trunks.Whipa, Buffalo Uobes, hoi-se Covers. and sleigh Koues. T.W.Murray. 337 I.ion Btrect. A made ol Sanitary Plumbing, warn arid Fitting. Workmanship guar- wa atetxl. r> SCHULTES. JC 1" Third street. t aelnontible Tailor, lienllemen will find it to their ii.lv.iutage to call on me helore pnrchasinft elsewhere. B. CAKY CO., 333 laon Ueneral Uead.Oilj.Palnter'e Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Wan. A ipecial- tf.ot Sherwin W illianu Pai n t and Monroe range. RULING, anch as blank-uooki, ledgers, and B.all kiniisol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, d and 10 E. Second St. RUUOLPH MOLUENBADEB. Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call rn nu buying your side-walk. RISLKV CO- 7 and 9 Kast Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Cae. ROBERT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. REID, J. W, 1M Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments ana Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of nnt elu nukes ol Pianos and Farrand A Votey Organs. 0AM J. OEFFORD, SOI Central Are. (Up O General Insurance and Bstat Agent. Fire.LiJe, Accident, and Lire Stock lutnranca. Prompt attention gi v en to buying and selling Beal Estate. m a JONES, 1 75 E. Third st, cor. Den. Eicellior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Lard, Sausages, and Pool try. IK jou want a profesnumal irnnli-ncr ;m.l Ilorist lor pruning your trees, niakiiiir mcc unlensand parks, iRiflaiid, Kri-m-h or ooilel, write- or call lur Vandi-rmpiilc-n 1-.' Cunary street, nnd sou wlmt they do JALh.SMtND VVanted at once. I.ncal or 2 traveling. :BIK Pay. htcady Work. Mock ft arranUMj. Quick Specialties, initiii ice. bxnerieacc Unnecessary. .1 AS. NEV, Nursyinan, Rochester, N. Y. CTOIJOAUT A CO., Patent 711, Washington, c.t upp. I' s. .ce. Patents, CaveatH HIM! Ke ISBIIM m-nred radc Murks registered. All Patent I.IIOIIIL-.S wnilncied for nuKlcrate Inlorinntioii Advice, and sjiecuil references sent on reiiuest. '-10 EXPENSES l.N AD- iillowcd ench month, su-ndv lH.Mn-or traveling. No ng. lluticadelirenngnnd making colk-i-timis. cards. Address with stamp. IAFEU A CO., Piqiia, Ohio. Iwiah Ui employ a lew ladicB on hulary to Hike cliargc of my uiiBiness al their IHHUCB. -ight, very fascinating and healthful. Wat-cr, 10 per week. pivun. Uoiid pav fur larltime. Address with K! ,nip. MKS. MAH- ON WAI.KBB, Ky. For Kent or half. Home corner Sc-niul ami Dove Scwly fltud up Him in IIm- i-omlitinn. ell on easy terms. Eiuiiiu-c at the ofllce Martin Hevter Co. xlTPRIGHT PIANO THK 11A NO 1'1'KfUllT EXACTLY IjIKK TIIK (rKAXI) PlA.NO, AND OX 1'ltKCISK- LY THE SAME i'lUX- CU'LK. Height l.'v in; Widths in; lii-plh-2 II.) in Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mclilin Suns' IMano witli Patent Muffler, winch reduces tlie lone to a miuimum. Do you mar the front of llie piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Meli- lin Sons' Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Urtiml in Up- right case? Then the Mehlin Sons' will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin Sons' will charm you Ilave you a taste for the artistic? The case of the Mehlin i: Sons' Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with bas-re- lief panels, is a real work of art. and (it 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 our limited space will not permit us to mention all the excellent features of these superb instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, we you to call and inspect the Mclilin Sons' Piano for yourself. Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK, N. Y. FOIUIATION OF Notice !B hereby piven that I have taken mv son, Budolph Koch, into I'tirtucrslup with me in the (urnituro and tluit the will herealu-r be .muter the llrm name of JLotiii Koch Son. Ixiris KOCH. Drunkenness Or the Llqior Habit, Positively Cured MHWSTUin II. HMItS' OeiDEN It cm given In cup of coded or tea. or In ar HelM ol food, without the knowledge of the per- son taking it; It Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent anu speedy cure, whethei the patlentlsa moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE s complete cure In every Instance. 44 page booi PREt, Address In confidence, BOCCeN SPECIFIC CO.. ISE Racs St.. C. C. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. FROM WASHINGTON'. nil tho l tin- THE PROGRAM IN CONGRESS FOR THE PRESENT WEEK. Sir. Ingullft to Deliver Speech on the Call Anxlum to Re- fnte Senator I'lnnib's Illulr Hill nnd the Sllcott WindomV Silver Hill. WASHINGTON, Jan. feature of the proceedings of congress nlncli will attract mint general attention during the corning week is the speech lo IK; ileliver.il to-morrow afternoon in the senate by Mr. JngalK He hod to deliver this same clay thiit Senator Butler addix Kenate on tlie race .pie-lion, the Kansas sena- tor having cliosen the same subject for his forensic oration. Hut in the fact that there "as considerable uncertainty nbuiit the hour when Senator Butler win, to and Senator Ingalls desired to be reasonably sure tlmt lie would have tune to conclude his speech on the .same duv, it was d( enied ad- altle to [xtstjione it.s delivery nnfil some more opportune occasion. It is now the in- tention of Senator Ingalls to-peak to-morrow as soon as the morning of the .senate, is concluded, and he will doi.ntless speak, as j in tho past, to crowded gallei ics. ANXiOl'S TO VINmrATK F. Thoreareonly two ,spoe repoited favor- itbly from tiie same commit h e. and an w il! be made to bring about Us passage dur- ing the week The international copyright lull reporteil but it ill no; U-ttiken up for consideration for some time. In secret of senat.' the first of Ihe objected w ill tjikcn up and His posed of during the -tliat of Tlioni.'Ls J. Morgan, commi.....ncr of Indian alVuii-s. The nomination of Dr. of Iniliim sehnoN, taken up at the same time. of them will donbtli-ss Ijecontlrmed. In.the house tho bill is certain to nt least one more day. prohablv to-day, but other matters cannot such ilelinite places. Jlr. McKniley mil, if he sees his chance, call up for consideration the cnstoni administration lull, on the ways- and means committee has submitted a favorable rejxu-t. There are only a few feat- ures of this bill that are not too technical to be jtassed over in the house and these will be di.scu-s.sed and disptsed of in short order. THK sn.rnTT CASK There is a chance that further ili-ciissjon Trill on the Silent t dcfal'-ation. The house v. ill have to dispose of the matter in some way. and a.s hold lulls relating to it have Mr. Holman's tion divide the funds in the sergeant-at- Brins' safe stands a chance of being hilly dis- Gertod. general interest centres m the re- portn of the majority and miilority of the committee on rules. It is said that there will be some opposition on the jwirt of a few lie- publicans 1f> the co.le that Mr, H.sil is ex- Jiected to bring in. The party leadei-s will }x> well assured of the spirit of the Republicans before bringing in a The of the committee on the judiciary has prepared a favorable report on the commer- cial convention's bankruptcy lull, and the full committee will probably it to the house during the week. Tlie census commit- tee v. ill report hack tlie petitions of various boards of trade and alliances a-sking an eunnieration of farm mortgages, with the opinion that the business included in present legislation on the census includes all that can be covered Th" special committee on world's fair is to be appointed sonic tune (hiring the week. It is expected that the committee will rejjort a bill setting the time for th. fair and the question of location will In- taken up later. Among tiie committee1 hearings during tin week will IK' the following: Senate com- mittee on Pacific railrojnK: C. I'. ill be heard Fridav on the J'acifie rail- road funding bill. Monday. Imllot box forg- erie.s, continuation of examination of wit- foesses. Jlondav. inorchant marine anil fish- eries. lulls to smhsi.biv AniericuiiiiiiMvbuiit Duirinr, Wwlnesclav. purpose of the above section, and in such form and denominations as he may prescribe, provided, that no notes shall be of a denom- ination less than tl nor more than fl.OOO. Section That the notes issued under this act shall receivable for customs, and 'ill public dues, and when received into the treiisui-y may IMJ re-bisueU. and such notes when held by an national banking association, i shall be counted as [jart of its lawful reserve Se. tion 4 the noU-s issued under the pros isions of this act shall be refieeme.1 upon demand at the tieasury of the T'niU-d States, or at the olliee of an assistant treasurer of the I "nited States, by the issue of a certilieuUj of dejtosit for the sum of nou-s so presented, payable at one of the mints of the United j Stales, in an amount of silver bullion e.mal in value, on tlie date of said certificate, to tlm i mimU-r of dollars 'jtatcd therein, at the mnrkit price nf.silver to he determined a-s j proiiditl in section 1; or such notes may lie redeemed in gold coin at the option of the gouTinuont; provided, that upon demand of the holder such shall redeemed in S'-otion That v, hen ihe market price of as determined bv the se'-retjiry of the treasury, shall cxiiiil for 'Jo grains of pure silver. it shall IK- the duty of the secre- tary nf (lie treasury to rclnse to receive de- po.-ils of sil'.er bullion fur the of this S'i'tion C, That it shall Ian fnl for the seereUo y of the treasury, of tile president of the I'-IIUll Stab's, to sus- pend the receipt of silver bullion !'nr treasury notet ut any tune nlienheis' latlve manipulation of the market the price of silver is arbitrary, nominal or fictitious. Sect ion 7. That thesilver bullion undei- tins act, represented by treasury notes u hich have IM'CII redeemed in gold com or in siKcr dollars, may In- coined into standard silver dollars or any other denomination of silvercnin now by law, tor the purpose of replai ing the coin in the re- demption of the notes. Section no much of the act of Feb. 'N. act authoriaj the eomnKi. nt the silver dollar and to ik lii'iil MidiT as GREAT LABOR PARADE. LOCKED OUT LONDON STOKERS A DEMONSTRATION. JXWELBT. MX Buy the Aurora Kallroad Watch. Ke Frank Kepmiring a (peeUIIr. iTstapf. af Third it MOCKKB, SPA'PEll DEALER IN Cloelu, SIlTerware, leather Etc. OOLD the treasury as law. Scctioji !0. That silver bullion rweived under the provisions of the art shall be sub- ject to the requirements of existing law and the nvrnliifiotis Of the mint sc-rvu-e, povem- tlie methods ol receipt, determining amount ol pur-' sih er ami the amount nf or ivdurtioite, if any, to i..- S-'tioi] in this net shall be coustrni'd to the purchase, from tinit- to tiinc, (L-. uitiy of Mlvur hiiihon for the silver I'omage. Sci-tion Tliut a sum sudicit'iit to carry out the provisions ot tliis tu.-t w pnatH out nl any money in Urn treasury not tllitTrtiM' ttppropiiatwl. N--tioii hi! ict> and parts of acts ineo'i-i.sU'iit thu provi.sion.s of thLs act lire n-jH-aled. 1 I That net shall take efTuet tl.iity dayi 11om and itspHs-sago. 'MR. BLMNE'S RESIGNATION. Tlio SK.ry Again He Will Soon Tender It. Jan. The Herald revives 111-- nUmt Bhune's It the Iw'lief that Mr. lilame's re-iirnation a- -vcrctary of s-tate is Ims become strung within tiie past few dti> mid nfti-r the nirront from time to time of the fitrained relations tlie president and the secretary of stat-'. add-: death of his son Walker, it is believed, wil] fnrin-h an udilitionul nml very strong reason t-Olr. fiiaine for quitting at once his place in the stato department. Not only is Walker's death an irrejtarable loss to father, who was greatly attached to him, but in tlie discharge of his duties as reiary of slate Mr. lilaiue found his son an imahmble w place it will Ite to iill. Mi'. "Walker Blame had thn rr'nfidenci' of his father ton degree which nittunillv no one obtjtin, and was til us able lo the of state of a large amount of burdensome work u hich w ill iK.m fall him.1' min tra nam year her last her Yor A Journey, FV.' VmiK, June A young girl com- bly but evidently out of her d, a on the Cincinnati which arrived at the }Jpw York f'entral it morning. The pirl ht-r e as Ilernstem, and says she is IS s ol" and that she left the homo of uncle in Tex., on Wednesday to viMt her uncle in this city. Pinned to was a bearing the address or ,Vi Kldrfxlge, Xew rk." In her trunk were found several en- op--s bearing the card of 'nrssman Brta. K'limin cimiity. Tex. Her sup- -d rt'lntivc rnnnot In1 fonnii in t. tlie i> nou liy ili> police, will be tnrnM uver to the i-ei'.s of charities unless- h'jr uncle is nd to flay. Tmvii Ni-rirly Out. Jan. sp'cial disjiatch from PH.. says: The business por- pon of the Frugality, fifteen tmrtli of thb city, was destroyinl by fin? early morning. a hotel. Adams etpn-ss otliiv and a store with contents. Mr, nnd Mrs. Walls, sleeping in the hotel, had a narrow (.-scape from being burned to death, their bed bwint; a fire when two miners, coni- aiu: from work, diwovered and rescued the couple with dilliculty. Tho hotel and store were owned by the Fmgality Coal and CoUe company. Tlie is at be- tween A.VMKKI and jjartially coverexl bv iusuranue. Killed by MexiciknK. SAV Jan. -0. A private lettor front Fort Davi.seoiitaim the statement that while three prospectors and their fam- ilies VUTC encamped near tJiat place they were by Mexicans and two of the men Killed. The other man with the women and the children escaped. The murderers plundered the camp, took tho horses and Jarkton Anxloua for H Fight. NEW YORK. Jan. Davios, monajrer of the colored pugilist, ar- rived on thn steamer RriLtanic. He says wlio will arrive in a few days on the Adriatic, is very anxious to meet Sullivan, and ready to make the matoh for JlJj.OOO or more im miv! lately or after Sullivan's ilissis- trouble, is over. Lms for a Small Town. JASPEH, Ind.. Jan. principal part of the business portion of the town of Fer- dir.and. county, lud., was burned on Friday night Grohammon's store, hotel and adjoining building burned. Loss, light ii The I-euclcrs Ilart-ly Able to Kcnp from of Tmlignntlnn Editor I'arke'x Burnt and the Stunlpj rroctSBlon, LONDON, Jan. peaceful nml con- (jortion nf jwpulation had shoclirxl again yesterday by a ijeinon- strationon tlipjiart that portion which is and not always so The who thus rudely tho quiet olisumuice of the day wore the workei-s, or rather tho ex-gas workers, for they are tin uorkers. nor even stnkciv. Their at the gas works have U-eii and they HIV literally locked out. To lor-kcdoul in London is- almost to vntenceol slow death by starvation. It hrid that these men had lost, then- idt'Mlily as workers, or strikers, or simple units uf the great ma-ss of for the strike wa.s. over and lorjji 'tteii TliiN I ho of this of unfortstnutos had a somewhat iiprminy t-iTcct, something like the appearnnce of the that which had b'-'n b-irii-d out of the wrirkris Hvile park ill prim IHVH-OS- sion jteopie won whether the riotous s nf the threat labor (ionioiistrjitions of a year were to IH> rqv'aUnl. Tlie ''Imbhies" nmde sure of their I nitons and tin- "Johnnies-." that calhfl for their pnwenre elsewhere at once. The pro- cession, with bands playinj? mournful airs and banners (1f doleful lircnd flying above, then inov-Ltl tli" niHii-ioiis in tho End, and pvcii tin1 rijrlit of way unanimously as if it hud of patients. Tho marchers STOW le-il angrily at the on them from tlu> wmdows nf private nmiisions and clubs, aud many wore the harsh epithets tinny; out by the sullen, almost des- men. At some points movements we.iv nifidn as if to Mono the windows of the clulH nnd it was only by the efforts of the lenders, amontr wen- some nf tho coolest-heri'lfl and shrewdest of the itntxirs of London, that outbreaks were pre- vcnled. So thnt, on the whole, the detnon- stration was an orderly one, and London can f'oneri'tulHto iUelf on Inning acrnin put oif tJio evil day which so iriany prophesy as in- evitable. Tlie Kast Knd has absorU'd it.-i delegation lt-s tunl the West Knd isatcliun-h. INIlIfiNATIuv AT FAKKK'S SKNTKNCK. The of Mr. Pnrke Ls to form the subject of much questioning of the ministers when parliament meets. LalKnichere is lead theatt.-u'k and will, in accordance, with his original intention, discuss the whole cjiies- tion of the Cleveland street scnndals nnd the s-iipincness of the authorities m connection therewith I'a'-ticularly will he dwell the questionable proceeilinps of Jiulpje Haw- kins, who turned out the regular in order thiit he try the case, and the bitterness of whose comments equaled that of a attorney. Purke may huvo been misled, but no ono who Knows him doubts he went into this matter solely with the idea of purging London, if jxKsible, of unspeakable crimes and of the inhuman jterpet raters tr> justice. Under these circunibtances Hawkins scai'uely acted with judicial deUlwr- at m when he ve I 'arke t el ve months' imprisonment. Tho fex-ling the jxipulacc may ht? from the fact tluit Lord Euston loudly on leaving the court. Home journalists are ns to whether the Conservative Standard hits not laid itself liable to prosecution for liln-1 m oliservmg in a recent editorial: have no sort of sympatliy with the prosecutor, Liml Eustxm, wlio adtnittwi quite enough alwmt his tastes and to show that he very little claim to the spt'c't of IKTSOIIS of decent life." East011 admitted during the rross-nxamina- tion that he went to Cleveland street under the imjires-sion that phistiques" meant an fxlubition of iiink1 women, Whether that is justification enough under Knglnnd's ab- surd libel laws for that the noble lord has little claim to t he rexpect of of detviit life is an question. XO HIIOCESKION FOIl STANLEY. John Burns hn.s fallen foul of Stanley and s'jjoken in such emphatic terms at tlie London county council that the projected grand re- ception of the explorer has abandoned, The council had desired to give him a grand parade in the streets, but, as Burns jxjinU-d out, Lord Napier of Magdala had no street reception after Magdala, neither had Rolx-rLs after C'ubul, nor Lord Wolsejeyafter Tel-el-Kt-bir. w hile tho only rerejjtion the Duke of Wellington Imd on his home from WuU'rluo was from two on Blackhentli. w ho his carriago and his YOI'NG LINCOLN'S SICKXESS. Younp: Abraham Lincoln, who hns been lyiiiKat the [Mint of death in Versailles for thu past was bnmglit to London Friday as the only means of saving his life. The tho Freneh physicians ha-s Ijoen the drawback to his recovery. since thn blunder of one of them in operating upon a carbuncle laid tho boy Ion Minister Lincoln and en- Lire fumily have bi-en nt the Three weeks ago the child was thought to be recovering, but a relapse caine and the Freneh physicians said he could not recover. Dr. Sidney Jones, on" nf London's most emi- nent was. called U. tliis week and said that the only hope was to bring little Abraham to England, as the cwir is that he lias taken to drink, and daily consumes in- credible quantities of champagne. The nv luiN doubtless .is little or as much tnith in it its any of tin: many rutuors viously in circulation. What is undeniable is that tho secret police nt !St. IVtoi-sburjy are slowly unravelling the tanglnl skeins of a plot of appalling magnitude in which are conceriHHl all niaiiimr of from humble clerkH to aristocratic ollicers. In the imperial bodyguard several otllcers have commitUxl suicide Ui avoiil ai'nist, and many poor wi-etches now in prison would dune well to follow that example. FOLLOWS KATI1KH UASTIEN'ft (ierLrudt1 of tlie Catholic order of St. Dominie, is the lady who intends follow ing; in Father [hitmen's footsteps and devoting her life lo tho lejienL Her real name Ls Amy Fowler and she is a native of Hath. She has worked under for ro- bef of the dog-bitten of Europe. Wister Rose will take out with her to the Pacific a Urge contribution of comforts af d neec-ssaries from charitable for pel's of Molokai. on Uie Moth ,ia this afternoon for New York on her way out. Dr. Tulmage of Brooklyn is in town ou his way back to is si--k with inllu- nt tlic ii'.sideme of John Lobb, Oilil-or of Tho Christian A-e. COMHJl.KM'KS KOH KIMS HfMllKHT. Piesident Carsmt has sent to King Hum- bert by a sjn-ejal envoy, M. lii-uyercs, hia condolences on thn death of the Duke of Aosta. M. Uruvere.s will also rupnwnt France at llindnkt-'.-i funeral in place of M. Mnrmni, the Kn nch ruuliassador, wlio is ill with the grippe. tn'ciirs day. A heavy prevailed! in the cliunTiel 8nt- urdii> and yer.tA.'1-dny. Several -ji.su al- lo are Important chaiiK''s ar.- ]HMidiiig; in tho com- position of the cliiiniie] squadron. The fleet will IH; put on a more elfc-ctho footing in view of the peiieral ftlllDllg tho nations, though DM iniincitiaU' trouble is In'ntcfj lit. The Russian newspnjx-rs conUun numerous artii-les charging Au-lria with (Jpim'ssmg thn Servian oi IJosnia. Thero can hardly U- a doubt that then- aro mid t-lieir indicates that Russia is still detenuined to keep the j win Slav ist agitation alive, thus precluding any improvement of her relations with Austria, The Kmperor NV'iltutni's order apamst the Xeitimg and uihnr indf'iK'iidetit journal-, in tt only excludes them from tho royal jKilacesaiid ol'i'-cs. but prohibits their circulation among the army, or at least in the barracks. Duke of Jtui L'O. IViiK-o Atnadeo, Duke of Aos-ta, brother of the and formerly Iviue, of h- TC at p. m. yester- day. lie was conscious nt the moment of bin death and the blessing from Ctirdinal Aliiumida. Th-- dukf died of pneu- monia itnd had IHH-H ill but a Jew days. ICing uuii" from i ton w to at- tend hint on Fndav. All I he in the kingdom arc ami siafc (c-stivitiiw are liseontnim-d. The of Aosta was years old. He King of Spain from Dec. until Feb. n, ho alxli- cuted. to His Country. HOMK, .Ian. 31 -King HunibeM telegraphs Prime Minister (.'ri-pi from Turin that tho Insi words of the Duke of were de- VMted t-> and hei army The duke re- gretted dying so early, only hei'ause he would be prwenb-d from mg liiscouutry. When the kin- arm cd the duke he had" allowwl to IK- tortured 1'Y reiin dies in order kept alive until he rnul i die in his brother's arms, Tho Kmprroi- hi a Iltirty. Jim. At n reception of the presidents ot the lower house HHJ I'lnjx'ror ex- A TRIPLE TRAGEDY. THRtE PERSONS DRINK OXALIC ACID IN THEIR COFFEE. Attempt of Buffalo Shoemakor to Mur- der HU null and Coiniult Suicide, Which Knd of Swindle on Dakota BUFFALO, Jan. Feicrly, a Ger- man agud 74, who is a very hard drinker, (laughter, Mra. Moyera, a widow, and her daughter, 10 yearn old, were found In their rrci4tMtcu forenoon almoat (loud from the affects of potaon. Doctors worked over them for wveral hours and anally brought Uiu little girl to coiuciousuew. Slie said her grandfather caine homo Sat- urday uight, drunk, aitd Htartud to beat her mother with a lung club. Her grandfather, slut said, beat her raotlier very often. In the morning BUU awoke and her grandfather and her mother were standing near her. Tho former had a coffee-pot in his hand, and pouring out nonie of the cxiffee gavo it to her to drink. She did but while sho was drinking her mother cried. Hur mother then took the cup and drank Rome of the coffee, and noon after they both became very sick and vomitod. Thui was all site ran Id remember uulilarouwd by the eftorte of the diK'torn. The police, at once took nosamsion of the pot, which had some of the coffee in it. Tho appearance anil the odnr nf tlie fluid was iierfoctly natural; nothing whatever con lit In detected that would make anyone tho tireaanco of poison. It is thought, however, that the poinon used was oxalic acid, which Keitirly was in the hahit of using ou his leather. The old man and hia doughter worked over by uurgeona and phyHiciiuu, but all attomua to restore them to perfect consciousness .ViiKi up to a lain hour, and ft is f cured Uioro in Kinall hopool their rveovery. AN INSURANCE SWINDLE. Tht Banco Game Worked on of Dakota MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. A quwn recent liti.1) ivi'iillfil Si'iiuf who mil renew liis efforts lo warn; H ctxili- tion ot the fin-lions. F.mln losing the of Ills Tongue. ANXIHAH, .bin. An al-scess has ml on the exterior of Krnin 1'a.sha's skull and jyirtial paralysis of the tongue ha.s inter- vened. CHARGED WITH FRAUD. Testimony .tBiilfiHt Milwatikne Otuceri off the Itoyul Aicaiinin, CIIICAOII. .Ian. special to Tho Inter- Oceaii from St. s.-iys: Tho committee of supremo ollicers of the Royal Arcanum, who have eharges against memlB-rsand ollicers ni.nng the past week, conclude-l thrir work Saturday and departed. The aecnsiil are II. W. Chandler, one of the miel jirominent members on the exchange, [wist of the state and now a member of the council; K. J. Coyle of the firm of C'oyle Saiwant, St.. Louis, Krand treasurer of the stnte; and Dr. A. B. Mhaw, arrand examiner of the s-tate. The charges aru f the board of arbitration, writes! that tlie ijonrd will protect the New England clulw, the Clan la After Him. RAH ANTOJTIO, Tex., Jan. awti-stanta in the Cronin trial nt Chicago brought to the Santa lospital lout iitght in an insane condition. The man is ponseased of tlie hallucination tltat tho Clan-na-Uoel is after him with dripping witli blood. Ho bocomex no violent at times that it waa found nffcenKary to pl him in a straight jacket. The name of tlie maniac cannot be learned, though it is known that one of tho Cronin wan com- ing from Dallas yenterday and went st mad on tho train. Ho had loft Chicago to go South for his health. Threaten to Detert Their Poaltlona. Conn., Jan. The and firemen of tho oxprew trains between Hartford and Cainpttell Hall on tho Central New England and Western railroad refused to receive Uieir envelopes Saturday night Ijecause their wages had benn reduced without their knowledge. They say will leave the unless the rild for engineers and for firemen for the round is restored. There will be no general strike; those affected will simply leave and seek other potdtiona. Maurice Barrymore Arrented. New YORK, Jan. Maurice Barrymore, the actor, was arrestod Saturday night at Broadway and Thirty-first street, charged by on officer with disorderly conduct, refusing to move on and using vile language. H< made a counter charge against the officer ol using vilo language and interfering with a peaceable citizen. He wen bailed oat, and in court Sunday morning he was discharged. M Proteftft. BOSTON, Jan. 30. -The PortugueHB of ton and vicinity cabled the minister of for- eign affairs at Lisbon, rewilutiond protesting against the interference of the Britiah gov- ernment with Portuguese territory in East- ern Africa, sanctioning the action by Kcrpa Pinto, and indorsing the action of the Portu- guese government in the matter. Many Ueathe from Pneumonia. NEW YORK, Jan. number of deaths ia tils' city during the twenty-four hours ending at noon yesterday was 146, two less than the number reported for the pro- neding twenty-four bourn Thirty of the were from pneumonia and seventeen from influenza complicated with other dift- MASKS! MASKS! MASKS! MASKS! Don't fail to attend raml Carnival and Fancy Dunce to givi'ii at the )pera Tuesday even- ng January 21st. It will bn of llie most enjoyable ami social affairs of the seanon.. We; Imve mado necessary )reparations for the occasion n tbe way of Ladies1 and Gen- .leiuen's Pancy nijisks, Cloth 3oininoeH and faces to repre- sent all characters. Appro- priate for MasquwMle Balls ind fancy dances. Gold and Silver Braids and coatumo :rinimings. Come in time and don't wait until the last day. The GrandeHt display of anks and Masquerade trim- ngs to be found in the city. can be suited with nit fail. All colorn, cloth only Paper Masks 3c, 4c, 5c, 8c. 9c, lOo, 15C, 2Uc, 25c, 35c, Mustaches, Braidn, Goatees and Side- whiskors. False Hair and Wigs. Buy your Make-ups in time. ERIE STORE STEAMBOAT SUNK. Mlmliider.tandinK ef RlgnaU BMulta Dto- Pour irKHBi'RO, Jan. TbeMnonbomt ICatie RobliiiM, Ixiund for the Yazno river, was nink Bat-irday night near Haym-'s Bluff, thirty-five Vk-kRburg, by icin with a barge In tow of the ataamboat Joaie UarkliiH, from river for ksburK. Four of the Kato llobbin.' dock crww arc miwinx, and are undoubtedly Iniwned. The paBBngfin, including three were arouiwd from Bleep when tbe col- liaion occurred and rveeucd without difficulty, but lost their baggage. Ths offl- cem and crew saved Uieir clothing only. Tie boat's books and [mpern wera lout. Clerk Phippa mved money, but bod naruw eftcapi! binnelf, being awakened ami dragged out by the night watchman. The vowol and cargo will probably be tout low. The Josie HHJ luiu, wan uninjured, but her barge was capitaed and of Heed and thirty of mtton were dumped Into cue river. The collbiion rwultol from a mifiundenrtandinu of signals. The Katie Kobblra waa the Ixwt boat of Yarno and Tollahatchie Tramportation conipany'i line. She won valued at HON. FREDERICK CHASE. Death nf the Dtotlnculthed Treasurer ef DurttnootU HAWOVEB, N. II., Jan. Fred- erick Chase, tresuairer of Dartmouth onllege and judge of probate for Graf ton county .who wai taken sick Jan. 10 with influenza, died yesterday from owrwork, chiefly In connec- tion with the revinion of the proof of the ftnt volume of hut history of Dartmouth college and the town of Hanover. There wai no pneumonia or oUier Judge Cham was the son or Profi.mil- Stephen Chan of Dartmouth college and born in Hanover in 1S40. Ho graduated at Dartmouth in ISfiOand wibwquenUy studied law with Bon. Daniel UlanoVJI. He grad- uated from the Columbia college law Kfaool In Washington in 1MU7. lie wan at the bead of the law firm of Cluuw, Hartly Colemaa of New York and Washington, until chown treasurer of Dartmouth collage in 1.175. The following year be was appointed judge of probate for Urafton county, and baM held txith continually rince. Hia aged mother, hb widow and five children survive him. Oriow W. Death. Jan. 30. Orlow W. Chap- man, aolk-itor general of the department of justioe, died here yesterday of csturhal mt- fwtlon of the kidney's in bin 80th year. Mr. Chapman waa attacked with ttw grip two weeks ago; and this, although not severe, ag- gravated an old affection of the kidney and U-d to his death. His condition was not re- garded by hfs physicians as at all serious, until last Friday evening. Since that time ho failed rapidly. The body will be Uken Binghamton, N. Y.. for interment. In Dixie. NEW ORLEANS, Jan, Meridian, Miss., gpocin)