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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 28, 1890, Dunkirk, New York Center St. Kagleftand. VOL. XTX. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULING MACHINE (or rulln. nil kinds of U the tatoat aotUtion 1C the Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Com pan a CEX-AJOJKR'S Coal and Wood rt. Central Avenue, opposite Nickel I'latt iepot All grades of Hard and Suit Waodl Lumber. shingle! and Lath. Pro lellT Correipuutltince for wholesale lot> luiicited. ALEX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Ga and Steam fitter. Special atumtlo given to Sanitary PlnmbiDg. girei on Plumbing, Uaa Jfiuing, Steam Heating aa eal Estate Agent Fire-Lile, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention en to buying ana selling Beal Estate. m a JONKS, I. 75 B. Third st, cor. Deer. TtxeeUlor Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and Rjultry. PROFESSIONAL. L> f- KOLPH. M. D., Physician nnd Surgeon, Office over Lynn's Drug store. 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The case of the Mehliu Sons' Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with bas-ru- ief panels, is a real work of art. and tit Eor a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, anil delicacy of touch? The Mehlin Sons' ou these points will win your praise. But here we must our limited ipace will not permit us to mention all the excellent features of these superb nstrumeuta and whether you intend to mrchase or not, we invite you to call and inspect the Mehlin Sons' Piituo 'or yourself. Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK. N. Y. PUSHING THE FAIR BILL. IT IS HUSTLED TO A THIRD READ- ING IN THE ASSEMBLY. FORMATION OF 1'AUTXKKSHIP. Notice is hereby given tlmt I have taken my on, Kudolnh Koch, into partnership with me n the furniture limim-sK, HIM! that tlie Im-mu-KS will lieroaftti be conducted under tliu llrm aine ot Lonia Koch Son. I.Ol'IH r the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured AgMmimmiia DI. NAKES' OUDEN SPICIFIC, II can be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar- Cits ot foodi without the knowledge of the per- on taking It; It la absolutely harmless and will a permaneot and speedy cure, vrhethei -je patient is a moderate driukeroran alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS, We GUARANTEE complete cure in every instance. 43 page booi coct: Address In confidence. SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rao St.. Clncinnatl.O C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 384 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. V. DEALER IN tun, mm Clocks, Silverware, Leather Etc. ENQRA VINO, GOLD SXL VER PL A T1XO W ATOHX8, Bur Aorora Railroad Watch. Bepainng a jpecaal ty. Frank F. Slapi, M K. Third at M. HOOKER, Mwehaat Tailor, lie Cntnl ATMUM A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel A KIBlit Made by Its ShrehHn to Flntl Anything Olijec- tliinublr hi It mid in the Work of Kuhhiiig It mill Inlro- ducetl and I'nBftfd. ALIIANY. Jun L'H the nwmlily the following bills were intrixliifeil: liy Ml- Onnli'iiier AinundiiiK the cm loot civil pmrtilurf ivlutueto ill criiiiinal cases Also the of r-ivll of ju-tieesof Ihe pence IJy ill- llenclerson i'.'.T.OOO fora iiorinul school at Kan held, IJcrUimer cciinly. Al-o, appinprmtiiig for a vertnal on the side of canal at Hum. B.s Mr. i-liuptci laws of nub refL-ri-iii-c to ihe of Baptist ami Congregational chnrclies AI-JI. anicniling wf tioa laws of pro- vi.ling for Ihe incoriKiiation of so- cieties. (These two acts aie to consolidate oi-Kiinmitions in the cleiionmintions nien- Alsci, ttnu-iiiliiiK the revised statutes a qimlulcatiori for grand Jurors, the same ns for .iiiiors. Also. the Turnpike and Iljlilroad conipaliv lo ran cars (u i os.s the hriilKi- liclwet'ii Troy and West Truy and in the city of Troy. Mr. Van Vranken -Approjiriating for putling a lift bridge over the canal at Church street, Schcncctaily. Tlip animal report ot the managers of the St. I..IM n nee insaiu- asylum was presented. TIIK I.-AHI A from tin- New York conjrres- sional coiiiiinlUH-to Husted, u immediate action on the world's fair, Mas read. The lull then came up for discussion. An amendment to section I UHS offered In Mr. Ik- 1'evsler to tho ellVct that no com- missioner mtei m thn land to lie pnr- clmswl or liaM-d for the lair site. Mi shi-ehun that the amendment bo laid nn tin- tnlilc until Ihe hill rend through Mr De Pi i.....wl.-d Mr stcr olfeied annther aiiK-ndtncnt to maklnt; it unlawful to tnkn laud in fee. He oll'ered nn amendment to get in fuimntion of certain points. th" hill had rcnil Mr Shwthun wild that alter careful examination ot the bill he had.....ne to the conclusion tlmt, then1 was no constitutional or other objection it. its immediate passage. .Mr. rcysti-r's Mist niiu'niliiiciit. said Jlr. Slieelmn, was of no importance. The honesty and iu- U'Ki'ity ol' thn i-oiiiiiiihsioMers could not IK- im- pugned. He did not amend- ment. The passage of tiie bill would Ije d layeil liy the amendments w hich were not ini- eiuninh to n in unit delay of action lie Mould cheerfully accede to an amendment lo make the bill more eoiistitutiiiniil, if possi- ble. The bill should bo pulsed at oueo s that it might go the senate before the pill lie-hearing to-dny. Mr. Kheelmn then askort that the bill IKJ ordered to third reading. Air. De Peyster said he wanted the pel-sons who are interested in lands in Now York to have a hearing on ei-rtam points They had asked for it and it should be Ri-autal. Ho therefore urged that the matter IKS referred to tin-judiciary committee insl ructions to report at 1 p. m. Motion de- clared out of order The first amendment was then up. Mr. JllnnientlialKn.nl ho the amend- ment for the reason that it would delay ac- tion: furthermore it was an affront to tho commission. It us useless to try to improve the woi k of the best lawyers of the state. Mr. Connelly, in hose district the site of the proposed fair is located, said that he Imd re is stated to -xcecd that caused by cholera when that dis- ease was epidemic. CHUM of lllsmarrk's Abnenre. BERLIN. Jan. The Freissinge attributes the absence of Prince Bismarck from the at the closing of the session on Sat- urday to the divergence the emperor from the lines of the speech from the throne at the ipening of the session. A CHINESE PROTEST. CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING THE EXCLUSION ACT. from the Minuter at Wanldmrton to SeiretHrien Knynrd and nialue, Their IIINUU to the Cliluoe and mi Invitation to Terminate All WASHINOTOV, Jan. -In reply to a reso- lutioii of the senatu of tlie sth tho presi- dent yesterday sent to ths senate a report from the secretary of itute with accompany- ing documents ill relation to the execution of the acts-of congress approved May 0, and (let I, 1SS.S, coiiii'i-miirf Chnu-se ruder date of Oct the Chinese minister complained that I'hmev lalxircrs holding ivturn coitillciiii-s had U-en i-nfnsed landing. Tho state di-iwii Lment forwarded a copy of the law of Or'. 1, under which they were eTchulud (In Jan. :.1i, issn, minister compl.imed Hint luw violated the treaty ot IV-HI. He leminded Mr. that in an interview during the negotiation of the tin ratified treaty, "You gave me the assurance that the president Mould veto any legislation which violated the existing treaty." The minister therefore that the secretary uould ask the president to roi-ommeiid a i-e- of tho Fell 1SH1I. Mr. Jiayiiiil assuring til-- nninst4-i tlmt he under u misappre- hension anil that nothing of that kind hud i n said by the secretary. INS'J, tin! minlsU-r wrote Mr. Hauird, that aiijthinn ho had wi il feu i aused Mr Bavard embarrassment. He had not intended hold him responsible for the action that had Ix-en takoii. He had mul.-rstood Mr. liu.vard lo be ing his view as to the president's opinion of the proposed legislation. Ilu had not understood that It wns a promise. He fi-lt it dutv to pro- test against Mr. liavnrd's iissiimpliiin thatthe ai-t of ev hision in consouniice wilhthe wishes of t'hina. Feb. iM Mr. Bayard wrnlo to Ihe minister tlmt the fac-t, that the news of the rejection if thn treaty Ix-lwi-eii the United Stales and China came I rom (Jreut Britain, gave im- petus to the IHiof that Influences exterior lo tho IHO nalious hud been at work, -tc. rnderthis condition of afllairs the Scott bill HO.S suddenly and without notice brought foi ward In congress and passed ith an unun imity Hindi rendered an iiitx-rposiUou of a veto by the etecutiVL- w holly futile July M, ISHil, the miiiislcr wrote to Mr. Rlaine the declaration the suprome court Hint altliough tin. act con- tra veiuil the treaty, the act must lx> ivspectMl as the supreme law or the land. The minis- ter ootllitiues- "You nill pardon me, Mr Soi-retary, if I express my that such n doctrine should be published to Ilia world by the august tribunal for whose mem- bers bywrsonnl acquaintance 1 entertain such profound respect It forces upon un- tile com lotion tlmt ill the three years nliicli I have redded in this country 1 have not, Ix-eu able fully and correctly to eompicheiid the principles and systems- of your great govern- ment. In my countiy we have aoU-d uixm tlummvictionlhnt where two nations delilier- ntcly and soliminly enu-r upon treaty stipula- tions, they thereby formed a sncred contract from which I hey could nol honorably be ills, charged except through friendly negotiations and a new agreement." He then asks Mr. [he presidant to have tlw wrongs of the Chinese righted. He calls attention to the fact that: existing treaty relations were wrought about at tho express solicitation of the United States. action of congress is not justi- led by its conduct toward other nations nor by nilj- action of the Chinese government. action of congress la virtually a denunciation ot all existing treaties and nn nvitationto China to terminate alldlplo- natic and commercial relations. action of congress must be leld to be an affront to tho government of China. government of the United tales must accept accountability for all the njuries and damages resulting from the, 011- 'orcemeut of tho act of congress. Oct. the new Chinese minister com- plained to Mr. Blaino of harsh regulations ill <egard to transit of Cliino.se through tho country, especially from Cuba to Chum, and on Dec. again referring to this the mims- er says that "tha passage of the act of Oct 18HS, manifested an open disregard of .renty obligations mi tho part of Ihelugisla- .ive department of the government of the United States." "If anything should he says, "to nnke it appear that asimilarspiritiiifliii-iic-cd the conduct of any of the executive depart- nents of that government, its effect would upon my government, I fear, a most unfavorable impression." Senator Chandler advocated the resolution. He thought the times if the sennfa could not such wrongs and was U: be told tlmt it imd not the right Ui do so. Mr Ingalls itaid he had no comment to make on the eulogy pronounced on the of Aberdeen (by Mr Wnlthalll except to say that it was in evidence that throe or four numbed of them stood by when Fauni-e was castigated, without u word of protest or any attempt to interfere. Mr Uenrge challenged senatore on the Ro- publicnn Mile to out a clause in the con- stitution which aurnoimxl the Pwlnrnl gov- ernmont to take jurisdiction of crimes com- mitted within a stato and ugainst the laws of the stato. Mr. Hear thought that in this case it was not nece.ssary to enter on that debatable ground It wits within the nnishltitional powers of the senate to into every trnnsHclion Unit took place within the limits of the country Mr Iteagnn condemned the outrage at Aberdeen but dented the right of the govern- ment to take eognuanoe of it. Without action the resolution went over until to-duy. A niessagu from the priisideiiMrannniiHiiig a report from tho secretary of stale concern- ing tho Chinese was presented and rofermi and after a short executive session the senate adjourned. IN TUK WASKINUION, Jan -In the house yen- toi-dai Mr. ol olferoil a resolution, which was relerred, congrttlnlnt- ing the people of in theii just and assumption oC the dutios and of si-lf-governinent. as bhoivn liy their nssninption of nient; declaring that I.MO .Stales of Brazil is by the I'nitcd of America as a free, sovereign and republic, anil providing that the president shall give proper notice ot tin-, recognition tho prosinVnt of the I'nilui Slates of Mr MclCinley of Ohio, from tin- wuvs mul HKians coiniiiillw, and Uio IHHISB IMlswsl TV ithont division, a aiiieiKlmg tho tariff art of IHftt, so as to impose a duty of .V) upon silk ribbons lull in for the of coi rcctmg nn error in the act of Mr. of New Jersev, I'l om the civil ice reform comnr.ttoe, reported a nvioln- tion was adopted the com- mitteotxi nuestlgaUi the chaige- ot USILSIOII preferred against the d siM-vicecoinmlssion and In examine and rcporl upon I he practical working of the system. The house, in commillee of the whole, pro- ceeded tiMoiisiflor llie bill nppropnalmg JHO.IKKJ for I he erect ion of threel'nitodStates prisons anil lor the imprisonment of 1'iuUxl Stales prisoiu'i-s. After some discussion llm oommittee rose, reported the bill lo tho house and it passed. Motions were made and carried to recon- sider and to lay the niolion to reconsider on the table, lint no quorum voting on the Inltor motion, the house without further action ad- journed. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS, CRUSHED AND BCILXKD. SENATE AND HOUSE. Mr. AVulthttll on the Aberdeen Outrage and the flace Problem. Jim the senate yes- -erday the house bill to simplify the laws tho collection of customs Has injured printed and referred to tha com- uittee on Hiuinoe. Mr. Hoar presented resolutions recently adopted at a mass meeting in Boston, in re- ation to the cruel deprivation of colored leoplo in the Southern slates of the rigid to ake part in eli-L tlons. Helen ed to the com- on privileges and elections. The adverse report of the committee on orcigu relations in regard to the cstnblish- nontof a republic in Cuba, was on motion of Mr. Call placed on the calendar, so that lie nay hereafter address the senate on the sub- Tl'ia resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Chandler, calling on the attorney general for he rep.rt of the Tinted States for the rTorth- rii district of Mississippi, concerning the naltreatment of Henry J. Fauuce at Alwr- deen, Miss., the roofer who cut down the effigy of Secretary Proctor, and was after- wards whipped and driven out of town for so doing, was taken up for consideration and Mr. Wulthall addressed thf senate. He insisted that i-oiigresMhad no jurisdic- tion over the subject; butTelt warranted in saying that the affair was simply the wan- ton conduct of a few persons, and that it was disapproved by the continuity in which it occurred. Speaking for himself and the of Mississippi, and of the South, he condemned unqualifiedly and unreservedly the outrage on the secretary of war and on Fanncc. Mi-. Walthal then discussed Federal inter- ference in state elections and the race ques- tion. The professed purpose of Federal interference was to si-cure a fair counting of negro votes, but it really meant to count that vote for the llepublican party. He deprecated the passage of such a law; it would lead to bitter strife, a revival of antagonism and an interruption to relations that now promised good to Ixrth races. Mr. Walthall criticised all proposed remedies for race troubles, including dejiortation and dis- franchisement u impracticable and im- possiljle. Great llarilshlpn by the Storm oB Iho r.iiijIMi Cniut. LONDON, ,bm. the severity of tho recent storm is biimg rcalm-d m the daily addil ions uhich are being made to tin- list of deaths from its fm y, tin- accumulating evidences of heavy damage to or tohil de- trnction of shipping and the widespread in- jury to proiK-rty along the inland track of the gale. Urcut hardship mid distress are en- tailed upon Ihc Ucepc's of Ihe Mil-ions light- ships and light bonnes, who not only have not 'flu relieved from ilntv for Ill'tcen dnvx, but have not IK-CU supplied nidi proMsious within that time owing to the impossibility of wild- ing boats to them. The nocossit v of affording them prompt relief to pieieiil, (hem from is lion regalded ns of paramount importance and elloi-U will bo made at once Ui relieve them and provision the stations. It is assumed that nearly every olio of tho light, ships and light hoiiw-s is iii nciil of ex- tensive repim n. The passengers who arrived at Dover on the channel steamer I'nris give thrilling accounts of their two days' voyage from The imsscngei-s suirered extremely from cold, hunger and many of llmm being ill from the effect of their forly-eighl hours' or- deal. The cuttings of Munchesli.r canal have been very greatly damaged by the flood- ing to which the ditch was subjected by the h.wny rain falls anil thn backing of vvalor into it by the hurricane and much of the work will have to be over A TORV WHIP. Nol ice has been issued by Lord Salisbury and Mr. XV. 11 Smith to of the government, in Ihc house, of commons that their attendance at the opening session and the sit I ings immediately following is imperil Lively necessary in order to proU-ct the inter- ests of the ministj-ry in InqxirUnt questions which are to be submitted It is surmised thatthe government is seeking to fortify itself against the medifaUHl attacks of Mr Lalxiiichcro uncut the West scandals and toooinbiit any movement which nmy Ixi made oil behalf of-Mr I'arncll the ginurmiient lo show that some of its chief supporters are not behind dipt. O'Shea in that gcnllcinan's action against tho lender of tin- Home itnlcrs. A new colliery, proniHing n greater yield than any mine yet that vicinity, has lii-eii op-nod at K-J-II II is istiiimlud that (his will give cioi lovmcjit to from five to seven hundred ni'-n .ind nivntly u-lieve the distress previilenl ai.ioiy th' e are m enloivcd idleness. The rtarone-s Bohlcii. noil I nowii among the upper cliis-es, has for carry- ing on a system of fraud w hirh slu- has succeeded in swindling poisons- in high cles out of large sums ot mom y. A ompronilHe. Dm. MulXKH, la, Jan The deadlock on the temporup-y orguiiimtion of the house terminated shortly beloie noon yesterday by the unanimous adoption of H i-ompromise making Hotchkiss, Democrat, speaker, and Wilcox, rtepnblican, temixn-arv dork. The fight will be renewed on the ,K-r- A Now Ilrl.le.. WASniNOTO.v, Jan. US-Mr. Cameron of Pennsylvania introduced in the senate day a bill authorising Ilia North River IJi-iileo company to bridge tiie Hudson between New Jersey and the city of Xew York. The U to have not less than six railroad trucks and is to be constructed with a single spun, IJibor Trouble Settled. Mass., Jan. 28 _The trouble at Winchdl shoe factory has been settled satisfactory by II. c. Moullon of the Shoemakers' union. Anndvaiiceha.sbr.en made in tho price list on pui-ta of the work Spuln Wouldn't Interfere. MADHID, Jan. the chnmbci- of dcp- iltles, the Manpiis de la de Armijo, min- ister of fni-eign affairs, it vu.mld bo ab- s-urd tu suppose that wan ready send an army to the monarchy in the .went of the proclamation of a republic in Portujcil. ANOTHER HEARTRENDING HORROfl ON THE RAILROAD. A Fait Eiprttu Train Thrown Into Ditch. SDV.II KIKcd and Large Num Injnrml The Wrrck by Spreading Nune at tho VlctluiB. INHIANAPOLIB, Jan. trail on the Ijouinvdle. New Allwuy Chioag railroad, duo here at m., was ditched yesterday Itl miles north of here. It boro Aim Angle, conductor of thn Big Four road and many Mr. Angle badly though not fatally hurt. Tim U-nilnr of the engine jumped the track as the train crowed a long tivstlo over Wilkinson ci-eok. Tho engine and baggage car imwd over safnly. Tho day coach and went into tbe dlteh to be cll'tM-live, as the Dames had envel- 1 the oniire cjtr, and many of the voices that had oned In piteous tones for help were already hilencnl by the devouring flames As a.s tin-flames had Hubsldod the work if recovering Uie btxlius began. The train which leaves here for Chicago lit a m. reached thn scene after Ihe accident and was immediately converted Into a relief train, the pusm-iigci-s aiding those on the ill-fated train in the work of rescuing tho liodies of the dead and coring for tho Injured. Thn charted bodies were taken from the wreck and arranged along side of each oilier on tho present ing tt niost horrible sight lloimilll.K HfENKM. Tho arms of ono vli-tlni projected through the side of the car and could Iw touched by lliosi' on the onltide, but the was not large enough to draw the body through. A lady who got on Ihe Irani at Frankfort, whoiMusM-t was In flniuw--, but there was no way In gut her mil At-tfMN from this lady wtin Mrs. Kiiluinks of Hrond Hippie, Ind. Her head was horribly crushed. The lirakenian and a pnsscnKw sciw-d Inn- by the arms and by a desperate effort pulled Ihu body through the. window Life was not, yul extinct, but lived only a few minutes. HORKIHI.V C-HUSHKU. Another of (lie rescued, lint who has since died, was Mr, llemingof Sheridan. was pinned to I he Moor by timbers and horribly cnishiKl. Home heroic men seized axes and after few minutes work cut owny tho titn- IHM-S that, held the which was removed Thero WHS no medical aid present and the man died m a few mmntes. linving IHH-II pnx-nri-d from Ihe farm near by and I hi-flames woi-u soon put out. As soon as it was possible to do no a nvaruh made for tho dead Tim Unlyofa woman idmill lied us Mrs l.inKie of this cltj was soon limml. It was burned to a crisp. The Oldhiini children wuro found side by side, the heavy stove lying aci-ons their bodies. Mr. W. J. Collins of tho Indianuixilisflflnti- nel, who was on the train, rimlMuyi thn fol- lowing accnrnlo list of the dejul and Injured: TIIK VIUTIHH. Killivl: C. U Ill'.Miwi, Sheridan, Ind., crushed. AlHH KL-HANKH, Hrond HIpplB, crushed. Jlns, UITAVIA OI.DIIAM of Sheridan and her two twin girls, burned. Unknown woman, crushed. Miss MAIIV lluovuit of Ind., burnnd to death. Injured: J. D. 1'KAiwnw, Sheridan, 1ml., right shrjiilder anil arm crilshud and injured Inter- im My II MII.I.KU, Now York city, commer- cial traveler, badly cut and bruised, right, leg cannot live. Louis NAI-HAN, internal Injuries. (iKniuiK Mi'NijKK, express agent, foot Crushed and buck badly hurt. CKOIIIIK Frankfort, bruised head and hips. B. C. WIIITK, Indianapolis, head Imilly cut, and back severally wrenched. N. K. INUKIUKU.I, of Detroit, commercial traveller, hip hurl, and cut on the head. J. I'. AITZIKH, bruised about the bm-k and head, serious. U. W, Rossvllln, legs cut, arms [-vorally and injured. CIIAIII.KH ANDLK, son of ellxiw cut olT and back of cut. ENUINKKU WuNtiKM, RWDPE, slightly hurt. A. CI.AKK, traveling man of Westlleld, Ind cut In forehead. JlKNiiv Si.UHIIttit, jewnler of cut on head and right leg fractured. irnnlJiiKxiiAM, Honiif Judge Ornslnm of Indianapolis, body cut and bruised! not seriously hurt. AUK AVCII.K, conductor, cut on head, nrnu sprained and believed lo bo injured inter- nally HENIIV CLAIIKK of Kaglotown, Iml., badly bruKeil alxnit (he hoad and breast HOKACK CAHEY of Westlleld, sjjinal In- juries. TIIIIMAS CADWAl.t.ADltn of Chicago, se- verely bruised. -----JAI-KKDK, coloiv-fl of Pulltnaii car, Injured about the head and hips. -----COWI.KB, traveling salesman of Chl- collar bone broken and scalp hurt, Mih-iMAY PiTZPAunii'K of Indinnaimlb, >inal injuries and heoil cut; condition HKOIUJK MILLER of Frankfort, Ind lex hurl, hut not badly. MKH. KI.I.A DOUOI.AHS of Frankfort, Ind injured internally. reveals that the accident wan caused by the spreading of rails about 150 feet from the t.i-ejstlo Repairing af this SBC- of Utc track was done on Saturday. A Viile Snphnmorn Klllod. NEW HAVKN, Jan. Fletcher flitzinger, agwl HI yeam, of Indianapolis, Ind a sopho- more nt Vale, invited a classmate, William E. Walker of Chicago, to a ride. While re- turning through Fair Haven, and while crossing the tracks of the Now Haven road, the team was struck by an express train and Kitmiger was instantly killed. Walker jumped just in time to escape injury. Tbe horse was killed and the wagon splintered. Han Into an Iceberg. Jan. British steamer N.-tsmcre which arrived at Liverpool yester- day from Boston had a narrow escape from destruction. On Jan. 13 she ran into an ice- berg, but fortunately escaped with no injury than some damage to her bow. Tlie Hcuvin, New York, Dec. 28, for Hamburg ar- at (Southampton yesterday with her cracked. It safely Haid that our new and elegant stock of Embroideries was never ex- colli-J in Dunkirk. We have them all ready, and not a piece remains from our former ntocka. This gives you the best ad- vantage offered you anywhere in this all important line of tine nnd sensible demons and' choicest patterns of Embroid- eries and All- overs and hemstitched, with neat tucking combined, in all making a most desirable selec- tion. FOR PARTY I'SK. Shoulder lengths of Hue silk Jei-Hcy Mitts, choicu in tints. Undressed tt.ire Kid Gloves, iu black, drub, tans, browns and grays. All with newest fancy stitched backs.neat aud stylish. The I'liiOKs are only and )1.20 pel pair. The latter to eight buttons. A 'till iiNHortnient of the ;od P. Centenieri Kid Glovea n all the desirable shades can M! found among our big line. 'Jeautiful fancy Knelling. Ladies' fine Corsets. The C. P. Corset for line wear is tlie favorite corset. The hand- somest Face Veiling; the new- est and most stylish in the market can be found here. MadonnaCotton and Harbour's genuine Irish Klax Thread for lace work. Ladies' tine Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. ERIE STORE. BARGAINS" INOIISTOM CLOTHING. Accused gBllote Pnn.AiiKi.pRiA, ten sailors charged with setting flre to the bark Jennie Harkness in Manila wera Vilacharged yecter- day by the United Htates attcr full hearing of the REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS I AND UfWARD OVERCOATS 1 AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION, TROUSERS! HEAV YWEIOHT, ind UPWAHt. E. A. SALYER, CKNTKAI, AVKNVK. GlcituiJo Luml (-'nir-AOo, Jan. A Kt. Paul special says Canadian Inirilwrinen rtflttling bllllulu nf loet ttt lunilxT from tbe greateot nortlwrplna bvlt of Ainerico. The North westoru i-eprefK-iilnUven in will urge that measures IM- taken to proTkto Ol loiwt one revenue cuttw and place in two f oi-te to watch dlxtrict and stop tin thousamlirof Canadians who ore cutting atui hauling- away tlmrxir without at moles-. la.ti.ni. Er-Henati.r IMce, who ftvsj months In the northern of MiniUnota witb tbe Inaiam, sayii this Umber. cutting going on for forty inlbw up the Baudette, North and South Fork rivent, and t-liat the Indians declare it Iwen earrlwl on for twelve yearn. About twenty uteamera uud tugs ply from early spring till late In the Rainy river, lU and tbe Lake of the conveying Ktcjlen tlinlwr to Rut Portage, Keewain, and even to Wiu- Dead. DAirviujt, N. V., Jan. dan. Faulkner died at o'clwk yontorday ing. The funeral is U. IK. held In the village TlmrsdHy. Tho can w of death was pniwniniiia. Hen. Faulkner win 40 years of age and colonel In the late war. He wag a lawyer, hanker and fanner and nerved in the leguda-' lure. The fox-to of bin trial in tbe United at Buffalo are frwh In the That WM his setxmd trial for rrau.l In connection with tlwi Dan- ville hank. nae wm to have had furtter Albany during the nmvnt terra A at Olenn. N. Y., Jan. A terrible explo- 4on of natural gax oii-urred in one of Hoot tannery bonw-x, and an Italian wax badly' injured. The house was marly dcrnolliihotl. The of the eiplonlon wof felt all the city. John Hi ley's StMjent Bonton store was destroyed by Ore yesterday. Die in enUmated at Insured (or IS.200. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroes NEWSPAPER!

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