Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 27, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 27, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 27, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y , MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1SW. NO. DL B UEPRESENTA TI VEUSINESS HOUSES — •€:» OF DUNKIRK. 4 NKW RFLINO Mil HINK for ruling ;\ nil kind# of blanks i« the latent •mfition to lh.- M«*« hauical Department of Dunkirk Printing Com pan 4 j.FAANDKH’M Coal and W.wtd Yard, re# A Central Avenue, opiKsnte Nickel Plate a. lot All grade* of Hard and Soft Coal, WLimiter, Shingle# and lath. Free Uttliv Correepou lenoe for wholesale Iota •elicited. A CKX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Ga* and Hteani Fitter. Special attention given to Sanitary Plumbing Estimates given on Plumbing, Ca* Fitting, Hteam Heating and Hot Air Furnace*, ti K. Third street. nit. GIFFORD, tis and MS Central Ave. , Artistic Photographer. Iustantaneou* Photograph* of Babies a specially. Hitter* need not wait for sunshine except for babies.    _ I I ooh HIN DERY—Jam bm I uv INO, Pro-> pnetor. No. IS K. rtet5on*i street, near Buffalo street, Dunkirk. N. Y. Magazines, Music, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles, orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. Ii CIU ll KIPS CWH KERY HOUKE, HUH Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and pumeslic China, Class ware, Ac, C iMAH. H. HAKKIH, 221 Central Ave. Gen-eral Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. B«*fore traveling insure vour lfe in the old reliable ‘‘Travelers’.” Beal bistate Agene Loans negotiated on property. ClHAUTAUtfUA HOTEL, j    Bates,    $1    per    day. Livery and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Bider, 33ft and 337 Lion street. / OTY HAKHKK SHOP (/    dias.    Nagle,    Prop,. Under Lake Shore National Bank, corner Center aud Third streets. A flue stock of Foreign aud Domestic cigars. CION KLIN * HON, i    Center    street. Practical borse-shoera Particular attention paid to interfering horses, shoeing of road ai J trotting horses a specialty. I) UN KIRK KYHNINU OHMKRTEK. Largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising rued iu in. I | UN Kl HK ENGINEERING COMPANY. I /    Formerly    .Se I lew A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, and Machine Work loonier. I \ UN KIRK HH (KT CO., -Att, ‘W and M if Center street. Manufacturers of the “Cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - titling Dress Shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses iu Dunkirk. I v r. TOOMEY, [ J .    434    and 436 Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, 'alt. Baled Hay, Phos ►hates, etc. Established, 1877. 13 KIE MOTEL and Dining Saloon. Union 'j in pot. Easy access to all trams and business houses. Best accommodation# for Commercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. II LE KH A CO., iii    V7    and    W K Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Upholstering. Picture Frames made to order. j! IL MATTESON A CO„ Sol Central Ave., lader# of Fashion and Gentlemen Du Ult tora. ll AKEL!. STEAM HEATING CO.. lanufacturera of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. |OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts, 10c; Collars, j; Cuffs, 4c, and I .ace Curtains. Free Deliv-ry. A VV. Cummings, Ail Center street. || K. OEHM, E. Third st., cor. of Buffalo Lanufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoes. a EN KY WELLER’S NEW STOKE. 103 K. Thin! st. Books, Stationery, Musical In-Lrumenta,Magazines,Daily aud W eekl v Papers, nd everythirg pertaining to a first class book Lora School Books a specialty. OH PKINTINC1 of every description aud at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second Sid H. VAN HU KEN A SON, Fire Life, ▲ocuient and General Insurance- Deal-i in Beal Estate and Loans. Particular lention paul to the care of property oollect-K rents Ac. 210 Center st., iud floor. MO*KOE’S PHARMACY, 300 Central Avenue Headquarters for W'all Palier Paints. Oils, Ac. J JERKINN, J. W„ I    -BW canter street, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Saddles, bridles. Cellars, Trunks.Wkips, Buffalo Bulies, Horse Covers, Gloves.Mi turns and Sleigh Bohea. lyLUMHIN’G. T. W. Murray, I    337 Lion street. A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team aud Gas Fitting. Workmanship guar-eteed. R i SCHOLTES. .    17    East Third street. ihiouahie Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to lr advantage to cal I on me before pur. baaing BW here. IL CAKY A CO., a    333 Lion street, reliers) Hardware,White L*»ad,01 la,Painter’* (►plies, OII Cloth*, Gran’ie Ware. A specialty Sherwin Williams Paioland Monroe range. UI.1NG, such as hlank-books, ledgers, and ll kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second st. Rudolph MOLDENHAUER, Cor. Third ami Buffalo Ste., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me before buying your aiue-walk. R ISLEY A CXI., 7 and 0 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Ute. Robert spray, Lion street, near the depot Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. Reid, j. w„ IM Center street Dealer In Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of first class makes of Pianos and Farrand A Voter Organa. SAM J. GIFFORD, SOI Central Ave. (Up stairs), Genera! Insurance and Real Estate Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock insurance. Prompt attention givau to buying and selling Heal Estate. rp C. JONEN, JL •    75 E. Third at, cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and Pool try. It. PROFESSIONAL. T. BO LPH, M. IL, Physician and Surgeon, Office over Lyon’* Drug sp,re. Residence, Central Avenue. Telephone No. W. Calls may be left at I yon’a. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT WANTED —An active representative for I the Hartford Life and Annuity On in Dunkirk,#!*! iu every town in Chautauqua Go. 9Ulterior plan. ( heap rates. i.ite-rnl term. Address EV a KUTT SERI no, Gen Agt for Western N. Y.,283 Mum St, BuOalo, N 5 . SALLMEN' Wanted at once. laical or Traveling Big Pay. steady Work. snick Warranted Quick Selling Specialties Ouiiit Free Experience Unncceasary. .Iah.E    rn T- NKV, Nursymau, itochester, N. Y, STODDART A CO., 1'aUml Attorneys, Kl.'* 7th HL,Washington, D U ,opp I s Patent ot-floe. I’aU uU, Caveats aud Be Issues secured Trade Marks registered Ail Patent I. ii si new* conducted for imslerate L«h*s. Information. Advice, ami s|km ta; role re nee* sent on request. *6irAIAtt*  IAU EXPENSES IN ADVANCE, allowed each month. Steady em ploy men t at home or traveling. No soli, it-ing. Dutiesdelivcnngand making collections. No l’ostal Cards. Address with stamp. H AFEB A CO., Piqua, Ohio. (wish lo employ a few ladies on salary to take charge of my bust©©©© at their homes. Light, very fascinating and healthful. Wairts •IO per week. Reference given, (ohm! pay for parttime. Address with st imp. Mu*. Maupin Walkkk, Louisville Bv. For Kent or Nail*. _IInii*c corner Seoon*! aud Dove streets. Newly fitted up ami in fine condition. Will sell ou easv terms. Enquire at Hie office of Martin Heater Co. ThevMbrmon Elders’ Book * on    Htnjncth, mal I ort Cr*** to married men,    IT. It Crouch, MI Grana ac. Jit© York & xUPRIGHT -:- GRAND:-.PIANO THE HANDSOMEST EVM HIT PIA NO MANI FA C TI Ii ED. EnTIRK INTERIOR C< INSTR IT TIC >N EXACTLY UKK TUR (iRAND Piano, and on i*rk< isk- LY TUR SAME PRINCIPLE. Height 5 ll I in; Width ft ft.Sin; Depth 2fU4 in Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mchlin A Bons*Piano with Patent Mu iller, which reduce# the tone to a minimum. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Chi art! on the Meh-Hn & Bom* Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in Upright case? Then the Mehlin & Bons will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin & Sons' will charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The case of the Mehlin & Bons’ Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with bas-relief panels, is a real work of art. aud fit for a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, arid delicacy of touch'.' The Mehlin & Bons’ 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 features of these superb instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, we invite you to call and inspect the Mchlin & Bons’ Piano for yourself.Reid’s Music House134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK. N.Y. FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice I* hcrebv given that I have taken i»v son, Rudolph Koch, into part nerd! i|» w:th me in the furniture business, sud ihsi the busine** will hereafter he conducted under the firm name of Louis Koch A Son. Louis Rocb.Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cure? IT AIMIRISTtllM 86. HAWS’ 161011 SNCfflC. tt can be abe* In a cup of collet or tea. or In ar Helot of lood. without the knowledge of the per-ton taking it; it Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and tweedy cure, whethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wnSk. it never FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. 43 page book FREE Address in confidence, WIDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rte* St.. ClnchnatLO C. C. PENFOLD,manufacturers importer, 364 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, ti. Y. DEALER IX porn WATCHES and JMT, Clocks, Silver ware. Leather Goods, Ute. USG RA VI NG, GOLI) 4 SIL VBR PLA TISO W ITCHES, JEWELRY, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frank f. Stapf. St E. Third at. W ML MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, Iii Castral Avenue A COMPLETE LIKE OF HOLIDAY GOODS BISMARCK HOPEFUL HE IS NOT DISCOURAGED BY SATURDAY’S DEFEAT. 304 MAIN STR KET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. Socialist I.* ail* r* Pleased at tho Govera- emnieat's Arrogant Policy—Th# Prince of Wale* I)i»gii»!*-d With Sycophants. Marie Hatton Air ike* It Rick •• Tk* Woodhull Women’s Trouble*. I/»ndon, Jan. 27.—Numerous Socialistic meetings were held throughout Germany yes-terdnv to celebrate Hi* defeat of the ant uxorial i-t bill in tilt raiclistag. Di*j Fetches describing thre gnlberings .tate that they were ■wetly of a rtwtrained and m*'derat© character. No great hilarity or rejoicing wa* u<»t ieeebl<-. and tile general opiunn manifest-#*i wa* that tin- victory in the mi* tat ag wa* only a nominal one Prim*© Bismarck evidently fee I* sure of his ability to Ms-ure a majority in the next raictatag for the measure, else the government would not have cimi-ductoti Hie •mmpaign in the body Just dit-K>Ived <so taiiM ly. The real tight fat to come at the j*All*, aud it will be a serious struggle. At yesterday1# meetings the proceedings were largA-ly < Ie voted to prfliminary plans for tin* coming battle. Tim leaders wf the Hocialist party are secretly phvi.-«d at the prevent attitude of the government, because of it# extiavngan<«. 'i'h«* prof steal b> «*x|***l all Kocialist# from th* country at will is mo extreme and liarsh that Uh* full strength «»f tin* lladicai fr»**‘ thinking part a| the |#»puiatioii «-an Im* relitsl u(m»ii U unite against the govemnn*nt. Ko long a* lYiruv Bismarck confined his hostile m*-»»sare* to muKu state# of sii'ge arui tin- <M'« H*ioiial *uppi><w. iihi of a newspaper. while ou the other hand he wa* doling out glittering iudiuvinent# to contentment iii Hie mIihf»» «>f workingmen's inauraiiAW hills, eh*., the K«icialist ioMAier* fouixi it difilA’ult to nrnie Hie fieopU* to a sense of tile all«*g»*Ai dangers <>f deqmtism. Na>w they have another string to play uf m >n. and tliey express as middernble con-tiAi»m<v in tieing attle to »> increase the XoA*ialist reprewutation in the new rei<-hstag a* U* A-aiiw live nltambmniont of |>art of the government’s program. UTiat tin* Sa M in lists aim at first is to sei-ure strength enough for a coalition in tht* reichstag wliereby they can coiiqiel the govenunent to grant more freedom to the pn-AS. They fJaim tlmt this is all that is ius'A'ssary to enabks thti people to discern the way out of Imntlugi*. TWO ( AHK8 OK UfOBBKRT. The Prin<w of Wales went to open a 1ms-pital at Bounieinouth, the fashionable watering place from w hom balmy air Xecretary I >Miuel Manning derived mch benefit that the inhabitant* maintain lei would Im alive now hail he not prematurely rotumeiI to AnieriAW. The prin<« has returmsl utb*rly disgusted, for there arr degreea of snobliery and Mattery at which even he draws tbi' line Un die of th** triumphal arrlns at Ii* iu men iou Hi was an inscription likening him to tile Savour, ain! Hie piini-e codblo’t st#ii*I that l**ss <x>m-piimentary, but alniARst a* original in its way, wa* lh** a-oihIuaT of the clergy at the princifial <*hun-h iii towu, who receiveti Hie prince at tile a1*mu-in surplice* and with the ceremonial AilwervAd at tho m’cption of a co rf me It is untiersbMMl that the clergy meant w* ll, lait the prims? fldi anti HA*ume-m >uth w ill see him no more. HOPEFUL OLA DOTO NIA KS. There is a pliability of the Gbulstoninns winning tile s«t at (• la*g<iw math- vacant by the death of Mr. Craig Kellar. They have se lect*-a I Sir Charles Tennant as a camlidate, ami lie avow*# himself as an nut amt out suj* porter of Uh- Gnuid Old Man's In Fine rule policy, while Hie Toney candidate, Mr. I‘arkA*r Smith, I »el ie vs* Balfour infallible. The fight will Im- a hot «uie. but Sir Charles Tennant's popularity, a* well as principle*, ought to stand him in goiid sued. IWR*:ASING TUB NAVY. XAV-n-tary Tracy’# when ie fur making a navy for th** CniteAl Stab-# is attracting a gif*mI <h*al .if att<-lition here, ami wa* r*»ferred Ut bj- Mr. (»la»lstAH»e in hi* gnat iq»•**.• h at Chitder. Tile Grand Old Man aremed to be rathi'r grioveil tliat Ameri<-a >h<Fuld com-fnem-e Iai copy the Okl World’s lil.ateil armaiiMNita, but th*1 general opinion in that a powerful United Stat*** luivy would lie lietter for Hie world in general and England in particular. The admiralty here are very busy just now. By I NIM the pres»>nt govenunent will have addis I to the British navy SI iron-clads, 21 pn»te<-ted cruisers and lift other veauris of war; and by IMH * adilitioiia) liattl»*-*hijis, 42 proUsd*sJ en I lmmw, and In ..mailer vessel- will have been completed. The chief ami abiding <-ause Alf anxiety is flint the manufacture of guns ami supply of stores do uot keep J in im* with the ever-growing need* of the royal navy. AOSTa’h FORTUNE. The Duke of Aosta has left a fortune of 2<\OOI).OD! lire, of wh»<*b he received 12,000,000 with his first w ife, the heiress of the noble, but not royal, house of Cistern* MAKIE HALTON'S GOOD LUCE. Marie lialton has purchanA*l the American and English right* in Edmond Amiran'# latest AijMU-atiA* sursNw. **La Cigale et la Koomii,” and is negotiating for tin* lease of Her Majesty’# tinware, w here she |»ro|M*ie* t<i open either iii April or September. Xh»' *hoMi*l tie* a-ah-ti-SJMindent a h*ttA*r from Audran iii which hi- says:    **1    leave    my o|>era anti rely in your hnn.K You have exactly Hie fa«e, figure and the art for the jiart, ami you have also the AlraniHtic instinct that i# UNMUitial to tile highest sua.xCmsof the pi***>?.” ConMH)uently Marie Ls in a state af! entire contcntmnut with herself and the rest Alf Hie world, cxeejFt tliat Uk* thought of thA- awful Aixhisoii and hi# contract interfere# w ith Imr return to America for niort* than a year. Marie is li\ mg in much #plend«>r in a suite of Omhii# afii th** first fivMir a»f the Hotel Victoria. She sp-i ts a swell brougham and ha* so many diarrHiiiAis that at the Haymarket theatre one night last week, where si ic sat in a hiix next to that Alf the Duchess of Fife, the admiring audience thought 'he was tin* royal young lady, ami jiaiil her the devAiteil attention that English pF*Fple love to iav i*h on their hereditary ls*tter>. Mr. Burmu kl. editor of I'uivh, is m>w tmas-lntiug “Ij* Cigale et la Fourmi/ami before •lie enga-^e* a comjMmy and begin* reiiearnls Marie ami Is’wi* will go to the Hi v lera, w!ia*i« fa.diionabl«> Europe is at present assembled and tile season at it# height.    , THE WOIA or THE WOODBULLE ' Sir Franck Cook and John Bi<lAlul|ih Martin with their re*peA*tive wives, known in America a# Twin ie C. Claflin and Victorkl WaxmIIiuU, afb-r undergoing jrear# Alf pmaecu-tion at the tian<i* of hidden enemies, have «h»-termined at last to hunt t hese enemies down. In addition to an ad vert iaement in The Time* offering ii I, OIK) reward to anyone revealing the name* of tile persons engaged in the con-•piwwy to «iefanie Lady CtMik and Mr*. Martin, and £20 Lu- the name of the printer ami the autlior of the leaflet, “The Sexual Problem,” there has lieefi issued a circular heod*<l: “Vtetona Woodhull and Tennie C. Claflin, a Revival of a Page of American History.” The circular begins with the offer of the rewards ma le in The Times, lait giving iii addition to the address at Hyde perk gate, 142 West Seventeenth stn-et, New York. Th# circular quotes a number of newspaper article* from the New York Bun, Evening Past, Tunes, Herald, and other newspapers <4 Iin which the acquittal of the Kieler* i* published, and a letter of Mrs. W. md hull to th* Miitor ef The Sun dated April 14. I NNO. all tending to refute the a(x'u#ations mad# against the two ladies It wa# only attar much persua*iwi that Mr. and Mrs. Martin cauld tie mdm-ed to speak atwFiit the 11 UA ft ar. altheugh they had them -ieI va*# made it public, hut t hey were Anally prevailed upm to reveal #u<-h information a# woufil n< Ft ter#I to de/t-ai the Aliwovery of their tradmers. Martin evidently intend* to mak# it very warm for nornebAMiy, He says he and Sir Framd# have determined to leave no RtAine unturneii to bring the guilty ones to justiiv, ami tliat they have every prunpm-t of sui-A-ee< ling, a ady a few links being wanted in the chain of evidence They attribute th** cons j ii racy to defame the char»A*ters of their wive* to the inflHeme of persiai# interested in the Beecher trial ami have all *auiy the names, Marini asserts, of several men ami women of high social and political Blanding, who are proved to he implicated in til# crime The motive of it ha# not yet linen discovered The first clue to unravelling tile mystery wa# ole turned thivFiigh Mrs. Clara B Warner, who saps that she is a female physician of Kliza-lieth, N. J . and wa* an inmate of a temjier-ame ie tsp] ta I in Hamsh-aAi rrstd. Word w a# brought to Mrs. Martin that this woman hail littered the gn»««w| lilwl# ateiut her and, with Mr. Martin, she called upon berat the hi w-pital Mr*. Martin discovered that Mrs. Warner was la!Miring under the itnjirwHKinn that Victoria WammUiuH hail alienated tile aflVctiAins of her hu*liaiiAl, ami when she gave her ground# for this U-lief name# were meuDoneil that corroiMirated some misptA-ion# tit Mrs. Martin’s and furnished a clue to work upon. Mix Warner, fettling that she hail done Mr#. Martin grievmu wnaig, made a full confe*-siAMi, iinjilk-ating many perwo*aA who were pr<Fnun«iit in the Beecher trial. This oon-ft#-.ion Mr. Martin niiw hold*. Mrs. Martin, who wept while her buslMUKi told this story, declare* that she never knew Mr. Warner, m>r ever saw nm-h a jienton to her know ledge. Through Mrs. Warner, Mr Martin wa# able hi triuv a woman who ha# <x>nfiwsed that she was hired to A-cjne to England ami tradmv Mix Martin ami Lady Cook, and give* the name* of lier emjiloyerK. Thi# woman ha# hail some cvmnAH-tkm with the pre*#. Upon one OAvamon Mrs. Woodhull wa* enableii to retuler her assistance. Her n*turn for tin* has been ti* do all in her power to ruin her benefact I-*-*#. Sa line time ago she went to a lienevolent aF<-iety ami r»*jin*sented that Mix Martin ow am I li«*r a year’s salary under an agn«e-ment. There wa# no truth iii thi# statement, j ami Mr. Martin was greatly anmiyed through I tile letters he receiv«#i from the secretary. ; Thi* wa quail has m/eh- a CAimplete coiifA*(isiAFn, a (muted copy ai/ w hich Mr. Martin hehi in ’ hi* hand while he talked. Ile alsii ivad por- . tunis of it aioml. The coiifeauon is Artf a rattier hysterical A-haraA-ter, but it a-1a arly in { criminate#, Mr. Martin says, several well known pA*rsAius. From tin**e the writer of the ca Fit fetish in reAvivA*l iiietrtH’thm# to tsm-CAJA*t *laiiAh*r* ami libeLs oonuemiilg Mrs. Martin ami Ijmiy Cook. She ac-km>w li*!geb au-thAirshiji Alf several artu ke which have ap-p-ai a d from tiimi to time in varkiu# Amen- j can iii-w sjiajMTs, anti which were designed to ruin tin* reputation Alf tile sisters. Thiwe, lie i says, wert* written under instructions of b«?r I employers, ami sometime# they were returmsl; t-A. her foi altt'mtiAiu on atxxiunt Alf md being st n mg em nigh. The lutA-*t outrage which thew* a I leg! si longsuffering w a mien have bi conijilain of i# the a1 I'M-mi i tat ion of a leaflet entitksl “Sexual Problems.” This leaflet contains w hat pur-p*rt bi lie extrai-t# from #jMss*h«# tlelivered by Mix Victoria Woodhull, and containing uttenuiAXW of a grime and imiuoral cdiaracter. TIm* language attrilMiteAi bi her was never uaod by Mrs. Woodhull, nor ilid she ever SJH-ak on such subjei -t#. The <xij>y of thi# dk-grmvful j ii i bl ii-at ion wa# forwardest bi the SMt-retary of the hospital of which Mr. Martin is life governor. The leaflet bore the name ami |inqH‘r aklreas of Mrs. Martin, with w hom tin* pr«uter# were invite!I bi isHiimuiii-<mte. anil it wa* by this mean* that tile existence of the tract wa# made know-n. Mr. Martin anil .Sir Fram-is Cook are both very wealthy men ami are in for a tight to a finish. They advertise through their soliiibir for Mrs. Warner, who ha* left the hospital, ami A*xjKs*t that she will furnish them with other valuable clum. Mrs. Martin is greatly broken ilowu iii liA*alth, ami is only nowr eon-vah-s-eut after an attai-k of cougA*stion of th# lung* BISHOP O’DONNELL ASRAIIX DAVITT The Catholic bishop, O'Donnell, ha.* written an nj nm letter to Mr. Mk-hae! Dsvitt. maintaining thi* ms'essity of private owrnership of lam!, ami assailing Mr. Davitt's ii leas of land natkniali»«tioii. The Time# bitterly oomieinn-s the English merchant# of List Min who apiieaied to Mr GlailstAine to use his influence for arbitration ami jieao*, and say# they are cowards who jirefer their pocket books to jmtriotism. The admiralty has onterwl a re-survey of the i-hanmd in the Mtsiiterraneao where H. M 8. Sultan U*can»e strain!!#!. The A ust rte Hungarian Railway company i# al#nit bi ism** .’I per cent, debenture# to th# amount id $UMl.OOO.UUO. ROOSEVELTS REPORT ON HIS INVESTIGATION OF THE NEW YORK CUSTOM HOUSE. A GREAT HURRICANE. Sever# Dam ag# I# Kiiuthsrn England. Salter* Dritwned LobdOIV, Jan. 87.—The heavy gale# prevalent in England for the jiast two day* have im reasF-d in violence, and a hurricane is earning much damage in the southern portion of Ub‘ i'lami. Til* Mi-nai strait is irnpa.*fr.ihle owing to the furious gall*. Many sailors liave iieen blown overboard and Alrownwi in attempting the p>«?«age. Tile Jin rat lo gnaind at Sand Gate has been almost ruined bv Ue* storm. The ship I rex from Greenock, for Rio, was wncktsl im the Ned I Ins Saturday and several of the Anew drowned. The survivors clung to the-rigging* twenty-four hours. The life Invite nude severml 'hiring but fruitless at-tenipta bi n-scue them. Finally a rocket was suAseHsfully fired over tile wreck, and by the Iii#* thus conveyed tile men were brought a.sh'ire late yesterday afternoon. The steamer Yorkshire, which lias arrivAsJ at Liverpix>I fnim Ik r ti in, had a tem jM*st nous voyage. Tims* of her seamen were blown from the rigging inb* th** sea, and two were drowned. Tin- steamship Umbria from New York re-pori* tlie voyage the roughest ever exjieri-em-e«l by her officers. Passengers were thrown down and some were Ila*fly bruised. Th** oftiier* jirohibitcd any one from coming on deck for several boars. Rioting In Piirtngal. Lisbon, Jan. 27.—Riot# have occurred at lagers, in the province of Algarve. It is re-(•ort**] they ar** in the form of a Republican upri*ing. The Dia denk# this, and assert# tbat the trouble w as caused by some insuh-oniinate sokliers wbii for od the gate# of the barrai-k# in order to take part in a popular den* mstration against the British ultimatum. II# Finds Un*icli>n in th# Matter af 4’on-trlbuti#ns to (aiupai(ti Ftiuila l*r#*»tent in All Iir|F>*rimen!* Kirapl the Naval OfHre—The C lerks Afraid ta Refit*#—The I’ni^rsia of Congress Wabhinoton, Jan. 27.—The rejiort of Civil Serviiv UommissiomT Rooitevelt on ti*# ranult# of his reA-ent investigation into alleged violation# of the civil servitw law# in the New York custom house, is made public. Mr Kir^Awvelt refairt# that in the surveyor s AFflhv he found thai large uumta*i'« af teiujior-ary assistant weighers were ca it led ou the rolls, and einjiloyrd irregularly, ami after living Ainee sworn in are camidt-ml as tieing alway* in thi* service, wbetlter droppAvi from the rolls for a day or fur month*. A* a result of this no new appointment# of assistant weigher* have l#vn mad** reieutly, there being so much oil! material to draw from. Some of the temjiorary assistant weighA*rs are engageii at clerical work, while other jier-soiis are appointed as laUirers and dA*taiksl a# clerk#. This is all, Mr. Ka kmc wit claims, in violation of <rivil vrviiv law, ami slioukl not beAvontimuvd. Tis* whole i-ase euij>ha-size* in the strongest manner the net*I t»f a com [dote re-clfissitication of the cusbuns *»t-vioe. MEN NOT INFLUENCED. Mr. Rooaevelt’s inveistigatiou inb> the col-kjA-tiiin of |iolith*al assessment# prior to til# |ire»niieiitial ek#-tion of l.Shfl, txivereil the con-iliiA't in this respect of the office* Alf the ml-1 as-tor, surveyor anil naval officer of the jmrt of New York. In the naval offk-e, under Mr. Burt, he found that thA» iaw was obaervAsl *i>-nolutely, both in letter and spirit. Tliere were ik> collAs-tiAins modi' for pi>lith-al jmr-|»osAis, in any shajie or form, amt nothing like political coercion wa* biterated, oai-h cm pkiye WHS left entirely frw Lu (vintrilaite to wkii-hever jjolitical j*trty he d*sAirisl, or uot to contribute at all, if lie dkl not wish to. TK1KD TO EVADE THE LAW. In the eoltecbM*’* orth*, Minter Mr Magone, he say*, tl«*re was ajqjarenlly wkte#|>rea4l, but not universal, and by no m«*aiLs always sucA-essful effort# to evaite thi? law by per-suaiiing amt forcing the Republican i-terk-s to contribute. FORCED TO PAT UP. In the surveyor’# office, under Mr. Beattie, tile contributions, a* far a* is shown by the testimony of the twenty-eight witiiAwsiw examined were universal. Tile Democrats generally gave their money of their own accord; hut all the Ri'jiuhlk-an clerks were {iraA-th-ally forceit against their will to jiay w hat were in reality jioiitiral asM'ssrneiite for tile Lmnefit of the party to which they were oj»pivied. This was aAHxmipitsheil by a VA»ry ingenious ami widesjiread system of veiteil thraat# and covert intiinkiation, so well i-ar-rieil out that it was completely sucOMafuL Every method was resorted bi bi extort the contributions, while at the same time avoki-mg the actual demand of money. By tlx*# various mean* so much prwemre was brought on Ute employe* that in the etui thi*y all suc-( iimlxil anil jautl their uioiu'y. A LACE OE VIUILANCE. M r. RoomvnR, while uot <-barging the hi>ad of the otfk’e, Mr Beattie, with eoinplk-ity in this wrong doing, says tho fact remain* that thuae ai-t* were (samuitbvd iii the orth* under his control. Suiti wkh'sjinvail and far-reai-h-ing evasiim of the law, he oliaerveH, Kjn nks hut iii for the vigil#nix? of those w hore* duty it wa# to ace th# law enforced. The contract in this raajM>ct brtWM*n the surveyor’s oftii-e under Mr. ffteattie and the naval office uniter Mr. Burt, bt* add*, reflect# credit awi the latter ami aIoasf not reflect creilit on the former. Iii some general ohmrvathins ami the collection of (k lilt I? *a I assAAHMincuts Mr Roo*eVA*lt sajrs: MR. BOOSE VE LT'S CONCLUSIONS. “It is worth while saying at the outed that •xperte»M>e in a numtier of invAwtigation* i»f tills Mort has CAMI vin* ed me that the talk so often Itoard ahunt the injustice of not allowing clerk* bi make ‘voluntary contributions,’ whk’h the law in no wise prevent#, is all non-SAmae. Gcvvernment employes do nivt as rn rule cont rd Hit# simply fn»m desire bi help the political cause in which they believe. The so-called voluntary contributions’ ara nine time* out of ten made from either the hope of being retained in office, or el*# with the object of gaining some advantage over the other clerks. In other words the em ploy#* ara coerced into making them for fear their pi withins will Im jeopardized if they fail to dom. It is probably safe to say that lit) per rant. of the money collected for polith-al pur I * we# from minor governmental employs rep-rescnt# simply so much blackmail. “This jiarticular species of robbery is mean enough at best; and one of its meanest feature* is the fa< t that the men m<*st apt to contribute tm itiey, th# men must susceptible to praasura are those of opposite politi< al faith to th# dominant party. Those who agre# in ixditicn with th# party in control feel sum# assn ran<-• of proteA*tk>n if they refuse to tie i-oenvd into partuig with their money; but the uafortuiwte* of ojijiraite jMilitk-al faith, feeling they have ie f jiow er liebmii the thnmm* am which to rely, are nervously afraui of giving A»fft'n*e ami yiekl ht*Ijilcs*lv wlien thawteneil.* A PERFl’NCTORT DUTY. “Amvther fact to lie remembered,” he aAids, “is tliat very much of tlw money mo collected is nev'er birne* I into the jxirty camjiaign A-hest# at all, being ki*pt for their own jirivate urns by the ja<*kals who have collraUsJ it. lf tile htMui of th# office is determined to have hi# suliAM-dimites contribute, the latter soon kriAiw it, ami the fact that they must jiay becomes common talk among tlieni. In some offictw the system of making political aKsewie ment# ha# #btained Kbadilv for so many year* that many of the clerk# have come to regard it a* jiart of the established oriter of nature, against which they ilo m>t think of rebelling, but, whatever thi-ir own jiolitii*#, regularly pay their contributions into tin* camjiaign chest of the dAiininant fwrty. A* Aine of tliem expressed it, ‘they feel that the dA^dc, not tho man at it, owns just so much to the party in (lower.’ “Many politician# take this view a* a matter of course. One of the witnesses in the present i-ase, a Htnnig Rejfubiican. who was holding A>ffi<*# uniter tna lad administration, testifies tliat he was ad vise! I to contribute to the Den# ie rat ic camjiaign f uml by tine of hi# fneails, a New Yi»rk lb-fin bl it an did riot leader, a* being th# only thing to do if he widled to keep hi# (►lace."’ A Strike Pwstpeaed. Berun. Jan. 27.—The coal miner# of th# Bochum didrict liave raw lived, on arvount of the ajipn niching elections for the raichstag, to defer their proponed strike until March I. CONGRESSIONAL PROGRESS. Work in Ute Renat# Moving Rapidly. Heu*# Rales. Wa* lit NOTON. Jan. 27.—The senate made such good jirogres# with the consideration of bill# on the ralendar during tihe past w-eek tliat senator* are quite in the humor for continuing on it for a lime, and, therefore, much of Hie week to con#* will likely be devoted to the consideration of unobjected measure# already reported from committee#. The record made by the senate during the past week wa# a* follow-#: Monday, three bills passed. Tuesday, ale vim; \Vi*ifu»day, fourteen; Thursday, eighteen; total, forty-six bill#. If this record could be kept up to the a*i»a1 of the scs? ion, the *A*nute w on Sd far trait* •rand Ute effort# of any of it# predecewiotx But liegimting with the first wha k rn February the b^tir AsluA-ationai bill will lie taken up. ami tin* catemlar I* likely to I#* neglected after that in fuvor of disjoins! measurea. The first bill at the hAWil of the cah'ndar now is tlw* bill to further proviile for the ilis-pAisnl of certain public lamls in the state of Alnliama Thi# bill has If*-en Atetiand ami it now holds it# pla*v at the head of the caten-dar by unanituou* ciMwent of the senate ilur* lug the al»AHiH-# of Senator florgau. W bi n he returns it will lie taken uj> ami disjuvaslof. Tile direct tax bill i# near th# level of the c*al-emlar, but it is not liki'ly it will tie |iresNA*l bi immediate consiiieratkin. When it is reach.*! wane ilay will praitably lie set for it# Asinsid-eration. No der* for fivA»d s(#*e<-he*? have ivAcn set askie. but it is jioNsible that Senator Call will aAidrcw th# senate futil»A*r on hi* Florida Swaxnji Lind hill. Senator George, t<#>, may ahlras# the #en-at# at some tength, tu rajily to Senator Ingalls In hi# sjass-h on the mc# qwwtlM last Thursday, the Kama* senabir quoted from a tetter iii which it was Maul that two of Senator George’# non# were an tong the “Swamp Angela" a hargtsi with terrorising tile negroes in a rarant lli?*>is'i|>j)i election. SAMiafiir George# frier#t# haw suggraUsl to him the iM#<eHMty af rajilying to Senator Ingalls'attack ami the Democrat# of Miaaiaiiippi biiaI on his family. Shim Id SA'nabir George A*on#ent UiaIai thi#, the audien t* widt h was <It,saj>pAUiitA*l in the aliseiiA-e tif |*'i-sonality ami invective from SA'nator Ingalls' sj#*>ch of Thiiixlay, may have an op(K>rtunity Alf liAvtr-ing tht* Kau vt# senator in Ins more familiar rude. The sonatt* AxMiimrnittra on territories will not make a report ami Hie Idaho bill this week boca urn the Mi profile court ha# not yet ran-ilcreAl it# ileA-ision iii tho “teat oath” case. This matter wa# under diactnsdon in the supreme court consulting room Ha tun lay ami an effort will ti# made to g»*t a decision a wec*k from to-day, when the raurt will ad journ ever for a month The noniiiiatKMiM of Indian fVimmissloner )6orgaiiandHii|>erintendent-of-Indian-School* Dorcheater, will likely be dinjitisAAd of in tht» secret session of the senate during the coming wi*ek. They would have hc*en takc*n up iie-fAira, twit the public printer di#a|ipoiuteAl the senate in the matt«*r of the testimony taken h»»fora the committee on Imlian affair*, which wa# to have lnvn lait I I*-fora tlw* senators in jiritib*! form. It i# thought that bith the**!' rn n iii nation# will I** ct m fir im *1 Groat a Iou hi is expresNed in raga n I to tlw* fate of ox-Governor IV ar moth of Louisiana, collector Alf th** jsirt of Na*w Orleans, wbt»*A* case Is in tla* hantls tif the commerce ct annul too, ant! Against whom tli**re is a strong array in the rank# of his j»arty. AN EXCITING TIME EXPECTED. The htniMe is likely to liave a very exciting time during th* coming wi#?k. Monday w ill be devoted, as usual, priucijMiily b* the call of the roll by states for the Introduction tif lulls. Tues*lay the committee on eln-tion* will at-temjit to a-h11 iiji the fii-st «*f tile contested eteo* Hon caaew- that of Smith vs. Jackson frtim the Fourth »listrict of West Virginia. Tho Rejiubliean majority of Hie coiumitb*on elections has made a rejstri in favor of unseating Jacksi*n, DeiiiAS'rat, ai.<l -eating Smith, Re>|iuIifi< an. The I temtFcrat# have de-termined in caucus to ra*i-;t the efftirt of the RejHiblicans t-A* call nj* and is insider aaIamH: ion cases Uftirc tile holist* has ha1ifj.u>aI a full ct cite of rule#. They claim that it is the j**li«-y of the majority tti unseat a# many Itenmcrat# a# jMirvsiblt*, W Airkmg urn Ie r genera] jiarliameii tar) law, so as to incn*ase then majtFrity to a safer nunilier. They will raaortto such rtli-laistering a# is jnF-sibte under tlw* ruling of the s|«eak*r arni when all oth**r method# fail they thmiten bi leave the hturs**, hoj»ing that with th** death of Juclge Kelley anti tlw* ali-seiiAA* through sickness of other meniliers ami the RejFiiblicnn sidk* it w ill Im* iiujNMadtile to stM'ura a quAinnn without them A MURDER AT CANANDAIGUA. It Reaiilt* frtFin a Apii riel Between Twai Drunken Ben. Canandaigua, N. Y., Jan. 27.—John Cul-laiw* was inunierad here at iniilnight Saturday night by Frank Fish. Fish aud hi# brother Jtihu, together with Cullaue, had all been drinking heavily, although not very much intoxicated. At al#>ut 12 o'clock the men ("(topped in front of a I mr lier shop. anti John Fish saitl tliat he wa* going in to liavti his hair cut, inviting th* * .tiler men to as Mile in aLso. Cuilane declined, laying that he wa* gating bom# Ji>hn Fish and Cuilane sh<#>k hands, tabling cau-h other got si night, hut Cuilane rafuswl Ut arss*j»t Frank Fish s hand. Thi* angered Frank, who afti>r going up the street a #liA»rt ilistanrs* returned, and drawing his hand from his pA#*ket struck Cuilane in the neck. He then ran away, and Cuilane, with the blot#1 At.wing fram hi# u<*-k, sin rh*! toward his own home i»A*ar by. A friend help'd him aking n shAirt diKiantv, when he fell to t he ground. He was finally holpal into the bouw#, where h# di«*d in a few minutia Tlw* munterar was arrest*#!. H* is 26 year# obi and ha# a wife. Tile mui-itered man leave# a wife anti three children Tht*re wa# fount! on Fish'# jFcr-SAiii a knife*, such a* i# ii***a1 iii oj#*uing cigar taxes, which wa# wrarij sl in a handkerchief. On the knife and handkerchief wc»ra ftiund stains of IfIammI, and it wa# prolatbly with thi* instrument tliat the killing «»' aIamw*. A Crazy Man Attempts 'Inrtler. I’HILADEIJPWIA, Jan. 27.—During etui firma* Hon nervier# at St. Jf»hn F.jiisrojal church, corner of St. John and Brown #tra«ts, lost evening, the congregation wa* startled by the action# of an ajijjarantly demented young man who roue from his scat in tim church and fired s shot from a revolver at Ri#hop Whitaker, who wa# in th# pulpit. Im rn** I lately there wa* great confu*d<rn, but it was quickly seen that no harm had r**«ultAsl from the ■hot. The young man. w ilt* gave hi# name a# Davit! Alexander of VSV) Parish street, wa# taken into custody, He told a rambling story of a letter he hat! received which bn-1 induced him to make the attern]if to kill the venerable bishop. He was lnckisj up ja-uding an investigatiA.ii of the ms»ter. Killed by the Ti ain. Medina, N. Y., Jan. 27.—The horribly mutilated remains of a man, mangled beyond recognition, were found on tho Central track# a short distanra from here yeatertlay morn mg by the engineer of the passenger train leaving here at 7;.‘3 a rn. Tlw* train wa# backed to t he station and tlw* coroner notified. An inquest was held in the afternoon anti it was found that the body wa# that of Edward Yarington of thi# place. He wa# .Ct years t>ld and unmarried. He proliably wandered on the track white intoxw-ated. A Horrible Discovery. Newark, N. J., Jan. 27.—The l#>iy of a fi-wci*kir<>ld chilli, with all the limbs broken anti th# heat! crushed, wa* fount I in a barrel in the Congregational church buililing at Mont Clair. Tiler# ie no clue to the murderer Capt. J. W. IUmaI* Dead. Meridian, Misa, Jan 27 —J W. Read©, captain of th# bard of bariit.i master# rd New Orleans, ami a well-known C'A.ufetlerate ■aval oCi'wr died thi# mo nu rig of pueutnou a. WRECKED BY THE WIND. HOUSES BLOWN DOWN AND RAILROADS BLOCKED. Faatrrn and Nom bern Colorado anil Idaho Visited by a Terrible Storm — Ka in 11 Ie* Cant pellet! to Dc-aert Their Habit at Iona • od Tab# ta the Wood*—Fire In the VI .Fontaine—Track laborers Killed. Chicago, Jan 27. — A *j*cial to Tile Tribune from Denver, Col., say*:    A terrible storm ragetl iii Eastern Colorado all ilay Friday anti Friday night Th©atone©*# liave U**n ahiioat iitw©rtetl from morning till night, anti reports f re Fin th© Divide rauntry #1iafw it to be the wurst storm in ytMtr* Train# cfh Hi© Santa Ft#, Rio Groiwla aiwl Fort Worth r^wl# were morel Stitwlay only by gang# «>f ►a#*ti'»n men flea ring th© .sand which fill# th© cuts frtFin th© roaii*. The* hcavi©#t storm wit* down the mouutoin, through Monument, ColoradiF Springs aiel Manitou. A teteph.Fn© nw*##ag© from MAFiuimAMit al N o’<‘l<a'k Satur tiay night said that many buikling* hat! Ifa^ii d«wtroy«d an. I citizen!# w©r© moving f re Fin th©ir h<Fus©s anti taking refuge in til© brush, Th© gate readies! a htirrican© at Maiotim Building# ar© reported w rat-kcal anti alite walks lifted bodily aud hurltvi through thn air. Ta* habI to th** terror of th© situatiAMi, fir© has broken cult in th© mAtiintams tatwA*e'i that jsiint and Pike’# I’tvik, anti U sjitvailing ova*' th© lull with fi*arful rajiiility Th© Ara is only two mite* from th© town anti a slight chang© iii the wind wafuIa! mamui drive it into town and nothing coulil save tilt* iMviutiful mountain resort, with it# mammoth Indol* and elegant cott/ai.w. Heavy ©vji|<©iou* al*>ut (I.o’clock along the mountain# in thc> vicinity of gratters’ campo, on th.* I’d.©'* Peak iHilt<iad. lead to the taltef that til© fire ha* root h©d th© powder magn-srin# There ar© huiKiral* <»f men in til© mountain# mid grave flan-# ar© ©nu*t taili©d for their safety. Fin* or© ab*, reported on til© mountain# cast of I’lk©’# l*©ak It I# r© jsn-tetl that th© wind i# unusually sever© on I’ik©’# iVnk, and that at a railway grntlmg camp half way up the mtFuntutn* several mpi wen* killctl by lieing blown over a j»racipio© Th© report i* not ainu) medi. North a cf Denver tin* stA>rn» ha* Atevasiatetl the country for mile#, ami at Louisville, til© centre of the storm, many dwitllings were wreA’ked. Itlabo (irt* a Hluw-oiit. Chicago, Jan. 27.—A Herald *|#*-ial frtmi Itenver say*: Ri*jii»rt© frtFtn Idaho ara that the- worst stiAFW storm of the seastFii has te**a raging sine© 2 o’clock Friday afterm>oii nil through th© territory, fiffic Utah nu*! Northern rail it aul is coinj>letely I *b wk*** i again, un I all rolling stock and motive j#»wer boa tam ordered sit!** track**! until th© storm i*over. lYie Contra! I’m ific is also in worse condition than ever. It wu* reported that the fast mail sidlet cai k**l at Xhaily Run for tie* jia*t ten * lays, ami which wan the HtFward Atho namiu ooitijiany, has iteen gotten out aud that th*' (StmjMiiiy were on thi'ir way to Omaha tt* pick ujf their threiul of ©ngage meiit#. The unforturmte train is still ©tuck fast ami i'n.»t liki'ly to g*'t out for #©vi*rnl day*. Nitthiiig can la' li«nrn**l a* to til** ©'iii pany’s l»**«It ii t*r ooti'lition, tint they must h© in a very unpleasant sliajM*. 111 a > \« n Frtiai th© Track. DfnVER, IVA, Jan. 27.—Tla* two coach©* ami slAS'jimg «,ar <»f th*' Rio Grand© ©xj»r©H#, whicJi wen* blown friwn th© tra* k near Moon mctit station during th** hurrican** Satin .lay night, I nu i its I lately caught fire, ami ft»r a f*»w moment# it ItHtk**] a# th'nigh Uh? twenty im Itrii*tried j#»v#*ng*'r* would be buru**l to dcvith By hcroii-efforts, however, til© train-m*ii muss**) iii Alist mg Dishing th** flnmea b**for© anyone wa# burned. Among th© jtus'A'Ugers injured by Hw* oocitlent is Assi# taut General Freight Agent Zimmerman of the Rio Grande road.KUIK STORE Th© III AFC It atle ILmIm* ti. Portland, (ira., Jan. 27.- Th© Unimi I’a-citic hltM'kacte ha# !***n rai#**l and no fear i# felt **f further interruption tin Hi© line. A A-himsFk is bl*fwing anti thci miafw melting raje itlly. Thera is no new# frfMii th© blocka*!© on the Bout tarn I’aciHc, ..wing to th*' tdegrajtb wire# tieing down. Thera have ta-n snow #li*ta in Ur**w ('reek canyon and jutr-t# *>f th© bridge at lt**#eburg have lj©en whsIh*! aw ay. ItIt.ek.itletl Train* lt©lrs*p*t. Colfax, Cal., Jon. 27.— Naittar rain nor Know ha* frtlk*n her© sin*?© noon Saturday aiel the railroad is clear frtttn tunnel 13 east. The eastbound overlaml train, stalleti at Xbody Run since Hiaa 15th inst , was rel*!a#**tl Ha Un *iay an*! returned to Sacramento. Other *-«st-t>ound tram# snowtauml sine© the 16th, also went luu-k. It©«t riel ion* on American Hog*. Jf.ffkilhon City, Mo., Jan 27. —H©rrati%ry Ilia me ha* transmitted to (Jovernor Fram-i# a copy of the corresjttindenc© relating to the action of til*- Mexican government, !*»*•-*! on an official allegation of the prevalent•** of h**g chol**ra in Kansas. It njFj)*>ani that th© Mexican minister at Washington <*nbted hi* g«»v-ermncnt to instruct th#' Mexican <*fhkuI at Kansas City to ns*«)inm#*ml a vigtFroii# «juar-antine against the imjxirtation of h**g# into MexicAi. The goveriiAFrs were notifW'd t<* take th*' rn*•Assary stejis. anti the 6th inst. ten chi'# of bog© ar rive* I at FiAslra# N#*gra#, but afti'r iii*|***-ti*hi we're ulltFwd to pass, a f**e of #6<] te'iiig colk'A’tc'd. American# in M*'xii,o pr*e test that th*' consul who matte the r#*j»*M-t wa# actuates! by unworthy motive©, but Munster Ryan exjdain# that he has no information that would warrant his interference. A (Tiangv of Managemenl. WaeHINOTOK, Jan. 27.—Th© Post ray#: An imjstrtaiit *'bange take© (doc© tixlsty in the management of our esteemed cont#*inp*)r-ary, Hie Evening Capital, that jtapejr iiaving jiassAsl into the hands of E*lward D. Cowen, Willis B. Hawkins and William C. Buskett, who |>r<»je >s« to push it to th* front rank of imtejvmlcnt ami enter]irising jouraaliaui. l h** gents.*!Hen named ara fully coni|x*tent to do this. 'File combination a{Fjs*nr# to I*© in all reej<**ct# an admirable one, aud th© Evening News (that is to ta), uml th© Sunday Morning New# (that in to toke th© jdura of the Sunday Capital), have the promt*© *»f a jsFjmlar aud jirosjjerou# car»M*r. They n»ti IC'I iii; ti Voyage*. UoGTCiN, Jan. 27.—Th© sUMuner Howick, which arriv.sl he r© yesterday from M*waina, rejFAFits having bad a very rough voyage. On Jan. 22 ami 23 she was graatly damugtd by hf*avy seas, her tipper bridge taing carried away, ami her l«*wer bridge rail# carrieil away. The gate lasted twenty-four hours and everything movable on *l**'k was oYrrtioard. Th* (JueA'Tismora from London and take Winnipeg, and Int nan frmn Llver-(#►* J, als*» arri veil yesterday. They w ere all more or !«*## darnage*i by tta st^'nus which they encountered. Aa Heir©*# Take* th© Veil. Newark, N. J., Jan. 27.—Mi*# Anna Van Bch rafter of St. tams, aged 20, wo*! to b© taira»*K to half a million dollars, to*»k th© veil in tta Dominican convent her© yesterday. Many jM'oruiiient Bt ta>ui#iaa# witneswd the a *«n««y. Stylish Face X’eilin^. M ii tilers. Scarfs. (dish mere anil Woolen (J loves for ladies, gentlemen and children. Leggins. Woolen Mittens. JJJFine heavy W’ooleii Hosiery for ladies, gentlemen ami children. Fur Muffsml (’aj)es. Warm heavy UmlerflanuelB for ladies, gentlemen and children. Cloaks, Wraps and .Jackets for less than half prick. Infants' Mittens and Samples (’liilds’ Flush Cloaks. Shetland Squares. Fascinators, ((re.KIU E STORE BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTIHNC. B; Att WUK;T;D III JJrld SUITS $25 REGULAR PR>CE $30BUSINESS SUITS! $18 AND UPWARDOVERCOATS I AT 20 -sPFR CENT. REDUCTION.TROUSERS! HE AVY WEIGHT. $3.75 and UPWARD Tht*r privet good until Feb'y. 15th. E. A. SALYER, ■HA CENTRAL AVENUE. DITMARS BODY FOUND. Th© r>illarf©lphla Mystery Carnally Cle«r©<l Up. I’ll ILA delfhia, Jan. 27.—The bAidy ai Joaeph ti. Ditman, who ha# taen missing Mtice Di*\ ll, wa# found floating in tile Schuylkill yraterday under tta Fenn#ylvania railroad bridge which CTO—i the river at Fil-tart strrat. Wtan th© new# spread about the city an ©normouM crowd of (teople gathered on the tank# of tta stream and gazed with curiosity at th© br sly a# it floated in tta water nu>orad to til© wharf. Tta body was taken alxiarr] a police'tug and a se-arch r>f th© clothing nett Ie* I the question of i*lentity. Th© gold watch and diamond ring worn by Mr. Ditman when last eta abv© were found, a wnall amount of money, some pMjicr* and a rani which requeated, la the evAjiit accidental * leat Ii, that th© finder of hi# body notify J ain ava Pitcher, secretary of th© Mutual Accident aswociation. 320 Broadway, New York. Tta card indicated that deceased was insured for 65,000 in that association. The body wa# taken to an undertaker’© by direr-tion of tta family, and after an uutojiey is beld the funeral service# will take pta-e. Mr. Ditman *>n tta afternoon of Dec. ll Btarterl out for his daily drive in Fairmount park, and alsnjt dusk hi# deserted earring© wa* found in tta {lark with tta rein# broke* ami othe r apjmraut indication# of a runaway occident. Murk# of carriage wheels on th© bulk of th© Schuylkill tai to til© talief that Mr. Ditman wa# thrawn from hi# carriage into th© river. For ©evcral week# a larg© numtar of rrR*n were engaged in *1 ragging the river, but all effort# to raise the hotly proved unavailing. There were no mark# of violent** on the I * sly when found, and whether ’lr. Ditman’# death wa# due to accident or suicide will protaijy never be At th© tim© of his disappear©!!*© Mr. Dit-rnan was president of tta Quaker City Na?* tional tank and a large sbareholtler in th© Shaw Music Publishing company. For Finest W'all Paper call at Munroe’#. ;

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