Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 1, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , SATURDAY. FEBRUARY I, I BIK). NO. HO. HEP HESENTAT1VE .BUSINESS HOUSES ii OF DUNKIRK. PROF BHS I OM AL. I IU »I.I'll, M. D., Ph; •y ii’* Drug More. Physician arn] Surge#,n. Office over Ly u*» Drug su>r<*. Besi'fetiee, Central Avenue Telephone No, a. Call* may lie left at I von’#. A N OTH KH HOT FIGI! THE HOUSE PASSES ONE MORE DAY IN A TUMULT. MW KIMM* MACH INK for ruling A .,i|Xnnt* of blanket* the late#t audition lo Mi« hameal Department of Dunkirk Printing Compan I i xandf.k’s Coal and Wood Yanl.iw# \ Ventral Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate JVol Mi gra-iea of Hard ami Soft Coal, tv ,<li Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free biiv cor reap on lienee for wholesale Iota tot tai ted. 4 I.KA. >*■ MANN, Practical Plumber, Ga* A an i hteam Fitter. Special attention ‘en to sanitary Plumbing. Estimate# given L) plumbing, Ga* Fitting, Steam Heating and H ,t Vir Furnace#. *7 E. Third at reel. SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SALESMEN Wan UM at once. Local or I rn voting I; Pay. m. a ! . \V.„ ■ . W arrau Un! <jut<k Selling Sperm Hie*. I to nit rice. L vjraricuce I’linnet*-ary. Jam. I*. \\ impi KY, \ural man. Rochester, N. I . it it. til PFO RD, 12:1 and 22ft Central Are J). Artistic Photographer graphs of oe« ii not wait table*. Instantaneous Dallies a specialty. Sitters fur sunshine except for I putti IIINDERY—Jam KH Ikvinu, Pro-J t prietor, No. ie fc. Second street, near Buffo - street, Dunkirk, N. V. Magazine*, Mu* i c, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Order# pom idly attended to. All work guaranteed. i )t ltCHKlt’8 CIOCKKBT HOUSE, I)    atis    Central Avenue. vt holesale and retail dealer in Imported and Moines (MS China, Class ware, Ac. I Mi AH. It. HAKK1H, 221 Central Are. Gen-erat Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. Before traveling insure your ife in Hie old reliable “Travelers’.*’ Real batule Agent. Loans negotiated on property. / CHAUTAUQUA HOTEL, I    Kau    .',    $1    per    day.    * Livery and Uoardiug stable in connection. VicUir Rider, SSS and 337 Lion street. C OTY ll AUH EK SHOP elms. Nagle, Prop., limier Lake Shore National Hank, cornel Center and Third streets. A line stock ol foreign and Domestic Cigars. .HINKLIN A SON, I    33s    center street. Practical horse-shoeis. Particular attention lorn* lo interfering horses. Shoeing of road »£., trotting horses a specialty. 1> I N KUIK EVENING OII SE It VER. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. UPS KUIK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Formerly Sellew A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Hollers, Pulleys, .shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, aud Machine Work to onler. I vUN KIRK SHIRT CO., MS, 2*6 and 2U'. I I Center street, Manufacturer* of the “Cromwell” aud "Dunkirk” period-ll IU ag Dress shirts. On sale in all leading famishing, doming and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. DF. TOOMEY, ,    434    and 4,'MJ Lion strset. i>ealer in Flour, Feed, salt. Haled Hay, shales, etc. Established, 1877. Phea- tKIK HO’ir.I. ann Din!ng Saloon, IT.on, i Depot. Easy access to ail traius aud business houser Hest accommo*iations for Com uereial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. tv ll CE ICS A CO.. 97 and 29 E Third stroeC Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up-uualtering. Picture Frames made to onler. and ,? ODD A I: I A < o.. Pa J «*i» I A t tori-ev * »,| asliinguni, lei, .opp. ( Patent *»f- th SMMU *«'*^T    ken ta, I .a veal* and He Issues secured. Trade Marks rejristereil. All Patent bit-in#" coHdumod for moderate Fee*. Informal! n Au%ic4? an* I H|N*uial r^iuviM 6m st* ii toil rr*jtic*t. yCjljPAl.'ia, 111 EXPENSES IN Alk •-I"*' \ ANCE, allowed each month. Stead?* employment at borne or traveling. No radii it-ing. Duties delivering and making colk <ti-.nK, (.arils. Address wall stamp, ii Ai KU A CO., Piqua, Ohio. I wish to employ a few ladies on salary to lake charge of my business ut their' homes. Light, very fate*.rating arni healthful. Wag. s bn |mt sell. Reference given. Good yay for parttime. Addr#** with st .nip. Mi;*. M Aulu* Walk ck, Louis* die Ky. S7X(MI to Ham A MONTH can tn'int iw v-<M'.mi workltu, #or UH pcrsoIl. ,,rr. ferred who can furnish a home ami give their whole time to the busin; ss. Spare moments may be piotit-ably employed also. A few and cities lh F. JOHNSON St., Kkhmond, Va. vacancies in towns ii CO., lea; Main for Kent or Sale. House corner Se *ou<1 nip! Dove street* Newly lilted up aint iii fine condition. W ill sell on easy terms. Enquire at the office of Martin Hurter Co. rmort Elders’ Book rrii«th, Snailed Des to trirrl# .1 I.Ii. Crouch. RU Urauu St.. Yew lurk SP MEHLIN & m xUPRIGHT GRAND:-. PIANO THE UA SD SOM ES T I PM i JI T PIANO MA NT FA OTP Ii EP. Sir. I.violin of Indiana Makes an Ex-Irem* I) AcrlU)onion# Attack «»n Speaker Recti and the Whole lit publican Party, Colline 'Flit iii Thieve* an.I (tubber*. A ll* muriatic Caam*. V* akhixgton, Feb. I.—Significant smile* flitter! across Uh? faces of at; vers I minubin wIk ii Chapin iii Milbuni opened the proceeding# of the house at noon yeitenlfty in a prayer in which h® invoked wisdom to guide tile member# in tteir deb!#* ration*. The gnl-leries. as on tile two previous dnv#, were cpivnlnl. Those who expected a repiitkm of the scenes of Thursday durin r the reading of Hie Jo?imn I, w ere disappointed, for nothing happened arara ex riling t Ira ii th® demand* i tested against the speaker's action, w hich, he said, was in disregard of all jrarliaiitentary nib**. Mr. Dalzell tlien took the floor and began to prnsMit the view* of tile majority uf the election .    on    Uh* emtrstei election <uh* of Hm|^HtmiiiKt Jack*hi. The    showed a dis]smit ion at the #tart to^P^upt Mr. Ihilzell, lait Mr. Crisp rosa, an<l addressing his Democratic cid-leagues. said that the election case had liven taken up against their piniest, but tliat it wa* tip hip! they should give it a quiet tearing so that they might jew* upon it intelligently. This advice was acted upm, and Mr. Dalzell continued hi# argument. When he finished, the lnju.se, at 4;.‘J0 p. in , adjourned. A RATTLING BATTLE TROUBLE BREWING. WL TK LY TRADE REVIEW. T. 3ETWEEN KELLY AND MORAN, BAN-TAM WEIGHTS. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. Mr. Randall Advises a Continuation of KH mustering Tactics. v, F*b. 1.—Tl;e Dew*’ratio * house Last night was well at-the |*eruuineut caucu* WaHIIINOTm I canons in th tenthmI. Mr. Hoi mu from Mr. Lim si to liavc r.a-l t those who voted «si tin? various motions TLumltt and also of thoHe pnssmt and not voting. The clerk in reading tile names was mimes of c®ia*r*OAH, presidisj, ami iii taking th** chair amiotiti'vsl tlr*t the object #if tile caucus was to discuss a J*»1 icy for tin* government of the ! minority during the present str ’ggle over the Entire I nterior Construction EXACTLY LIKE THE (i HAND Piano, and on precisely TUE SAME PRINCIPLE. K IL CO., MATTESON A 3til Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. ARELL STEAM HEATING CO., ll Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. Ii OME STEAM LAUNDRY. our specialties:    Fine    Shirt*,    10c; * ol I ar*, Ic; Luffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A W. Cummings, 2u7 Center street. | I K. OEHM, E. Third *L, cor. of Buffalo K.inufacturer and dealer in Fine Hoots A Shoe*. Henry weileips new stoke, kb k. Thir»l st. Hooks. Stationery, Musical ln-*truments,Magazines,Daily aud VV cekly I amir*, ami everything |*ertaining to a llrst class isnik elore. Schoo. Hooks a specialty. .I OH PRINTING of every description ami at lowest liviug rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IO E. Second St.| JU. VAN HU REN A SON, Fire Life, Accident and General lnsiiratoo. Deal-ere in Ki^l Bslftte .And Ih^hiiSs FitaIcuiw attention paid lo the c ire of property collecting rents Ac. 219 Center st., 2nd floor. M (FKOK’8 PHARMACY, 300 Central Avenue Headquarter* Jot Wall Paper Paint*. Oil*, Ac. I JERKINS, J. W., 202 Center street. Manufacturer and deafer in II li nes*, Sad ’Ie*, v■!Hiles, collars. Trunks,VV Epa, Buffalo Ko!*e«, II >r*e Covers. G loves,kl iReno and Sleigh Rol»e*. , j LU MKL NO. T. VV. Murray, S“7 Lion street. A epc.Maitv ma<lo of Sanitary Plumbing, b ani 40-1 oas Fitting. Workmanship guar a teed. I) SCHOLTES, ,    17    East    Thini    street. Iasbionahie Tailor. Gentlemen will And it to their adv antage U» Calion me before purchasing elsewhere. I) Ii. CAKY A CO., I .    S.J3    Lion    street. General 11 ani ware, White L^ad,Oil*.Pa inter* Supplies, Oil Cloths, linn, to VV are. A sjiecial-tyjof Sherwm Williams Pa. nt sad .vtiinroe range. RULING, such as blank-book*, leilgers, and > ail kind*of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second bk I I U DOL PH MOLDENHAUER, Ii    Cor. Thin! ami Buffalo St*., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and building stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk. U ISLEY A CO.. 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wine*, Brandies General Liquor Shire for Family Use. Robert m’kay, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, Feed Stabling by Ute day or terra#. and Livery Stable week on reasonable I> KID, J. W„ V    134    Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machine*. We make a specialty of brat class make* of Piano* aud Farrand A Votey Organ*. S^AM J. GI PFO RD, __________SOI    Central    Ave.    (Up stairs), General Insurance and Real Estate Ag-nt. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Li.-urance. Prompt attention givan to buying and selling Real Estate. r|l C. JONES, J .    73 E. Third st., cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausage*, Oyster* and Poultry.    _ atcuksT jewelry, ac. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Height ft ft Du in; Width 5 ft I in J Depth 2 ft. 4 n Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Melvin X Sons’Piano with Patent Muffler, which reduces the lone to a minimum. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Meh-Iii) & Soup’ Piano prevent* that. Do you want a genuine Grand in Upright case? Then the Mehiin ilk S<>ns will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehiin «k Sons’ will charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The case of the Mehiin «k Sons' Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with b.is-re-lief panels, is a real work of art. and fit for a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, and delicacy of touch? The Mehiin *k Bons’ on these in/mts will wiii 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 Mehiin & Sons Piano for yourself. Reid's Musis Neuse 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK. N.Y. FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notic** is hereby given Hint I ban tnk< n my son, liU'kdph K-*oh, into |*ailner*h*p with mc iii lilt* fiirmturv bu-inc-s nm! that_the busine** will hereafter be combined name of l^mi* Koch .A S<m. under the Arui Loris Ki-CH. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cure^ IV ADMHUSTERINO CX. HAlitS’ flOLCEX SPKIUC. lf can be    *n a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tides of food, without the knowledge of the lier* •on taking Ut it is absolutely harmless and w»D effect a permanent and iqiemiy cure, whether t he patient is a moderate drinker or an alcaic wreck, it NEVER FAIL8. " <* GUARANTEE a complete cure in even?Instance. 43 page UkY Ad«lree*( In eot'flflen^e, „ . SPECIFIC CO.. 135 Bact St.. Cincinnati.^ ol.lijrt*#!, for convenience, to obtain them fr-*rn The CongresKMmal lb*tx»rd, and Mr. Outli-waito of Ohio objected to ti ii*, on tl.e gi'onn<) that as the journal was what tin- b<tii4? would be ask*-#! to jja-e upon, it slwmM n<>t lie ma<le Up from Tim Itccoivl. Tile nj**nk<-r ho;*-d tliat Mr. Out Ii Waite would not object, but the latter |**rKisb-<l and Mr. lied neoned a laugh by saying; “Tilt? geiilbman can ha%e his own way.” The clerk then read the uauii** from the oft',era! yea and nay slip. As soon as tin-clerk finished the reading, Mr. McKinley was on his feet with n motion to ap|w*uv» Uh* journal. Ile demanded tin? previous question. Mr. Springer was reedy with a motion to adjourn and proceeded to sjsvik ti]M>i) it. The speaker interniptad him witll the remark that the gentb-man (meaning Mr. Springer) knew that a motion to ;ei-joum was not d-hatablc. “Hut, there are no rules,w was the retort. “I here are ruli*s,” v<as the calm reply of Speaker Road. “VS*hat ore tlieyr demanded Mr. Sjiriuger, I and in answer the sp aker stated tliat accord- ! ing to rules of parliamentary law, a motion I to adjourn was not ueljat*il»l«. ll * then put the motion to adjourn. Division whs calic#! | for. and Mr. McKinley demanded the yeas I and nays. All this was a re]* tition of the early proceedings of Thursday. Hie motion to adjourn was defeated and the question then l»e-cume McKinley** demand for tile ]»rev ious question on his motion for tile approval of tile journal. The yens and nays were again ordered, and the vote resulted iii a victory for the Republicans: Y?*as, Hi); nays, none. Tin Democrats refused to vote. MR. BLAND BELIES IHS XA ME. Th** s]leaker, iii onler to make up a quorum, I* „aii to read the names of the Democrats present, but not voting. Mr. Bland rose to a ]>oiiit of order, but finding that the sjM-aker paid no attention to him, licgan Kp'ftking at the top of his voice. He said that the sjn-akcr fch(»ul<i have the vote an-Dounced I a? for® he began to call the nanus of the non-voters. Tile sjieaker still refused to recognise ?Ir. Bland, and the latter re|>eated w hat he sriid Iii urn lay alout “tyranny and tyrants. ” A motion for adjournment aminded through the din tlmt ensiled. Mr. Bynum of Indiana was the mover. A doscen Democrats shouted that a motion to adjourn had Ih*#*ii jnit, but the quaker man-a >;i*d to state the motion of Mr. McKinley for the approval of the journal. This seemed to make .Mr. Bland furious. He shot* both fist* at the speaker, calling out that his action was a curse upon the house. Loud applause from Ute Democrats followed the remark. Borne iHM*pl*> in th*< galleru*s hissed. WB. BYM M DEXOrXCES THE SPEAKER. Quiet was restored when the clerk liegan bi call the n*ll, the Rejiublicans having ortk*red the y**a« and nay A W lien the speaker anisal im cd that the yeas were RIO and ]>roci#e<h*<l to coutit in the Democrats who were pn*s«>iit Mr. Btnum of lu<li«na arose in his seat and waited wild Mr. lined bad ftnishetL Amid jeers fe m the IVmocrats the sjH*aker announced the journal approved, and then ret^ agnized Mr. Bynum, w ho had N***n calling inqmticntly for recognition. Coming to the f ii rat of the bouse, Mr. Bynum delivered w hat w as probably til® most bitter personal tirade cie** made on Hie fl<*or of the house. Mr. Bynum had L*en i*ecogniz<sl <*n a question of pei^onal privilege, but he branched off into an arraignment of the Republican jmrtv. lie sari that Uh* speaker luul refused to iwognia* his motion to adjourn in defiance of jiarlianH ntary procedure, in defiance of right and justice. The speaker'* rulings he chamctiriaed as -arbitrary, outrageous damnable," and in kts*ping w ith the acts of Uh* Republican i»arty. The speaker allied Mr. Bynum to order, but lie s»vin**d to Is* emboli lentil by tin* int«*r-ruptioo ami refined to d<*si>t. He toll the speaker that he bad mutilated the n*c#inls of the Im rase to serve his purpose—to carry out Uh* s. lr inc of a tyrant, and that he was a mob (meaning tin* Republican Then follawel a wathing ar-«*f the Republican ]>arty. Mr. r «d it of stealing the presidency .tculing Montana by fraud in tin* meant election aud of barl*oring a scoundrel iii Indiana. Tin* srene in the house during the delivery of Mr. Bynum s philip;dc was even more dis-oial< rlv than any of tlw-c enacted Thursila)*. Cheer* aud liivo w ere intermingled as Mr. Bvmmi iiroiwwi'.ii; jc> th cojmc simultanetaisly with hand eloping; groan* were followed by shouts of n'y’aiis*. Cries of “sit (k)'vn, “good l»\e.” and “hire a I rn ll,” came from the Re]rabbi au.-; shouis of “po it, Bynum,” -you’ic rip:.!,” “ p .-k t<* ti * end.” from the DenKKTttii*. Jicmbvrs ro i* iii tin’ir scats ail#! shouted for rrcoguiuon from the speaker. The s.en® was one of general confusion aud Uh* gall# ries h**l|u**! it. Mr. Bynum etuhsl his remarks by app**aling from th** decision of lh** chair in retuung to allow hi^ mot ion t<» adjourn. Tile speaker made h brief reply. far as the rules. A mite from Mr. Randall was read, in which the #*x-sj»#*aker urged a continuance of th#* light thai bas linen »*arried on for tln*]>ast three clays. He advised all memtiers of the minority to stick to their guns and to I#*** no of>]M4'tunity to kts*p tin? Republicans from atbunpting to pass cm any of the contented eks*ti*iii r'c.s *s in the atis**!!#-*? of a new c#ode of nil#*s. Mr. Ran«lall urged the renewal of the filibustering ta *tirs, claiming they were right anil proper under the turcuinstances. Ile dt*-maii#ted in conclusion that the Ik-mocrats should prevent any legislutiiai being enacted until the new code is brought in. Mr. Randall also ail vised against the plan of leaving the house iii a I*sly. The reading of the note we.* rereived with much applause. Mr. Carlisle made a statement tliat caused I Home surprise among his auditors. He in-formed tile caucus that there had been only three meetings of the committee on rule*. i Tho first was held Jan. it There had lieen j no uh vt ing in tile committee room. “I have never received notice in writing,” said Mr. Carlisle, “of a meeting of th#* committee on rub** since the mating of congress; but I was sent for bv Mr. Rjs-d ami met him, Mr. M«*-Kinlcy and Mr. Cannon in the speaker's room at Mr. Reed’* request. Wediacuaaed the rules for a I iou t an hour and have had but two meetings since in the speaker’s room, lust - ng als mf tw enty minutes each. I have promptly attended every meeting <*alli*d There lias been no meeting since last Moti-day." Mr. Carlisle explained, as he had done in the last Demo*Tatic caucus, what whs con-temrdated bv the new (*o«Ie. He was followed Due of iii* Cmmt Mills Ever \Vltnf.«#i(l by New York    -'loran    Knocked (kit Iii lh* Twelfth Itou*id— Mumming-Up of the Leader* in the Fresh)tertun i;. vi»ion < oi*fcrence. New' York, F<4». I.—Old-time pitgilistn, who hat** to admit that youngster* can do anything admirably iii the fighting line, and who were present last night at the mill l»e-twren Tommy Kelly, the Harlem spider, aint Chappie Moron of Jersey City, for the tamtam championship of the world, admitted • fter the ten rounds liad Ixvn fought that tile I rattle was ..ii.- of the greatest they ever saw. Th<* (s-1it#-st bv>k place near the border be-t w cen New York and Penn iylvanla, and 150 if the moat | iro mi lieut sporting men of this vi« inity, Bxto;! and Uhiladclphia were |ii>'4>iit. The stake* were $500 a aide and a IHir.se of $500, of which $100 went to the loser, was gtuirantood. Skin glove® wren? worn. An ex-pugilist teacher of fuming in this city was referee. Jack Mc Master* bel# I the watch for Moron and Johnnie Iv~khart did the Him® for Ki-U)’. Jimmy Ijtrkins and a friend se •onih-I Moran, and t ao Harlem sjiorts were behind Kelly. Tilts was the third match that hail been arranged I vt ween tile men. When the others fell through on each occasion each man ao-cused tho other of cowardly conduct, and the jvrso'ial freling between them was intense. They Iiad trained carefully, notwithstanding rumors to the contrary that have been abroad for two or Uiree weeks. When they weigh**! in Kelly was Urns* pmnd* over weight and he had bi sweat off in a Russian Irath. Even that experience brought him down to only Ksi1^ pounds. Moran wa* at regulation weight— HY* |mum!*. Kelly’* n*cord up bi this encounter was more that of a trial horse U.an anything else. Ile bas lieen employed many times on account of hi* cleverness, to stickup against heavy men whose qualities IV. Itu«M*ir* Obstinacy Likely to Causa ii Carty **|»t|r. Lrucnojt, Feb. I,—A row i* brew ing anion * the Tory and Uoionist Orang**menot Ulster, which threatens to assume serious proportion# ami eiiilanger the continued solidity of tile ministerial representation for Ulster in tlw? Louse of com (Ama The trouble is not of recent tangiu, bit lately many things have combined U> hasten Uh* inevitable '*ulmina-tion of the ill feeling Iii an open rupture. Air. Thomas W. Russell, the Ldieral-Uitionist member for South Tyrone, he* repeatedly given evidence if lits indepemletHss of jrarty dictation where the policy of the government or the trend of party interest ran counter bi his conviction*, and the attempts of hi* colleagues to call him to account and whip him into lino have uniformly bren unsuccessful. In a nvent sjirech Mr. Kusm‘11, irritated at the servility of the Ulster men iii blindly following their jiolit-ical master* to the prejudice of their own interests, roundly denounced them as block-heads, and characterized the Ulster commoners as a party of deadheads on the Conservative train. These strictures aroused tlw j ire of Sir Charles E. I#ewis, Conservative member for North Antrim, w ho bas retorted j in term* anything but complimentary to the fearless moodier for Tyrone. As Sir Charles weal** the collar of MaJ. Hainid#'fw<ai, the i blader of the Orang® party in parliament, his arraignment of Russell may I*** regarded as an authorised party measure. Russell has ; ninny friends and the quarrel may end in a split, of which the Natiouali.vts will not be alow to toke advantage. MR. O'BRIEN' RECOVERING. Mr. William O'Brien has almost entirely reeoverisl from the attack of pmwtratkui which overcame him in Lvds TTiursday night, but he is still weak. He will r**st iii London a few- day* la Jo re nsuming Ins tour of England. Meanwhile lo- s will Is PUBLIC CONFIDENCE SHAKEN THE CLOSURE OF BANKS. arrangisl to cover th** townsliijw winch his indisposition now compel# him t<» pat*, over. MOHR THAN ONE SHIP MIST. Fears for the safety of over-due steamer* ami sailing vessels are on Uh* increase, fe#l by the re|*ort# of the great quantity#* of The Fiiinnt-inl PfMnur* ( ontlim#-## Heavy. Eirfiw of Export#* Over ItngiorU—Muney ( heap at New \ork and Iii Good Mup-ply at (Miler Folia* The Iron Market a little Weaker. New York, Feb. I —R. CI. Dun & Co.'* Weekly Review of Trade say#: “The closing of one considerable Irank arni two smaller one*, iii eons.sjuen<e of a 1m>1<! consfjinicy to abstract th##ir assets, d##*# m>t ap]lear to thiiraten any financial disaster. Rut it tends to inqrair public confidence, and coming uft«*r several nsvnt defalcations and perf(irtnances #»f qut-stionaUte projiriety In the Reading mid other corporation*, it weaken# faith iii th® soundness of corporate mati-ageiiieiit. Iii other restMS'ts th® n«>ws is Ie** favorable this w<s#k. The financial pressure at I>ai#Ion doe* not a)rate, and there ore re-]s»rts of h- avy withdrawals of g<>l#i from South America or from Franc® will ms*n Is* neci-ssary. Foreign exchange here grow# stronger, having risen from 4.NP4(<f4.87%. Sah*s of bonds trave Ivs'ti small and Un* treasury has taken in nearly $ I,‘JDO, OOO more cash tlum it has {rani out. Tardiuessof i*ol lect ions at various interior point* canso* more <*0111 plaint, and the uiisresotmhly mild wa rat lier once more d«-]iress#*s ninny line* of trade. excess or ex tamrn. “The export# for December proved much larger t han hu#l been expel ted, w ith a surprisingly large increase of 21 ]*-r rent in th#* lienor items, ami un excess of 87,000,000 over u» oorts. But after I lie most unprecedented oxress of ex]s>rts over inqxjrts for til® inst quarter, foreign exchange ha# ris»*?t from 4KIH' to 487% during th® month of January, which appears to nuli 'ateTtrat th#* movement re-1 ai coin rn# Mitt ire ha# only served to liquidate in lebt®#lm*--s, or to Iralatn*® mturn of securi-tios bi thi-. c#»uutry. Th® ex]#>rts in January from New York have Uh-ii smaller than last year by per rent., ami w btl** this indicates some exec*,-, over declared mijiorts forth® month, that excess is likely to fall l#e!ow th® prospective backers desired to bring out. He j wreckage sighted by incoming shijw. For a | suru allowuhle for un* Serval oat ions of imp.rts bv Mr. Crisp and other parliamentarian*, teen round*. has never been knock-si out even by men who weighed anywhere from ten to thirty pounds heavier than himself. Moran, who came here from Englun#! in ISM, won the amateur championship in tho bantam class in IRS? an#I 1MH8. He then an-nouneed himself u professional, but could (iud no op](onent, and Im* returned to England. While there he won eight Ira!ties iu Birmingham, London and Canterbury. He came lrack to Jersey City a year ago and has sim-e whipped Frank Donovan of thin city iii four- W hi Ie nome advised caution in the proceedings of Uh* house, the consensus of opinion favored a continuation of the fight until Uh? adoption of a new codo. After a long discussion the caucus adjourned, hav'ing reached no con# lusion, ex«-e]»l an informal agreement lo coil Untie the dilatory tact ira of the past three day*. CENSUS SUPERVISORS. track®#! bv meml>»rei. roignmcnt Bynum ae? in IN ."ft; *>f Snperintendent Porter Ha# Them Nearly AH Ap)»®lnted. WAsnrnrt<TGjr, Feb. I.—dli® work of at® {minting 175 ccfintR supTvisore is marly eont-plet*##l bv SujM'iintendent Porter. He has now prejrared ilistru#lion# w hich are d<*#igtM*d to assist them in managing the army of 40,(M)0 enumerator#, who will be engaged in collecting the statistic* under their direction, lie advisee them that in the selection of enumerator# p#»litie»l affiliations are not to be regarded, but men are bi bi* selected for tlM*ir fitness alone. Preference, is, however, to be given bi honorably discharge! soldiers and sailors residing in their respective district*. Ile direct# that the division into enumeration districts should la* made by rural division#, and that the boundary lim*# be door and unmistakable. In th® appointment of enumerators it will he found advisable, Mr. Porter states, to select men who have had some previous experience of official duty. Township assessor* and other local officer*, postmaster* at small office®, country physicians and school teacher# art* regarded by Mr. Porter a# likely to prove competent. Mr. Porter add* that he is aw are of no law making women ineligible for ap-pointm#*nt. IVi#«b>tt Case Revised. WariWffOTON, Feb. I.—Assistant Secretary Bussey has revised the action of tin* pension bureau in the case «*f Dtitii**! A. V> ood. late private Ootnjrany K, I lf'-t V* cst Virginia cavalry, w ho claimed a ne rating for total disability. This claim was disallowed by the commissioner, who h**l#i that the condition of the ]#*nsioncr. as described by the surgeon, "as not consider!-d ]#*rman**iit.” At the la->t examination, 1h*1#1 July 5, 1881), the claimant stated that he had at no ti nu* within eighteen month#, I#xm abk* to get out of bed or even to sit up. Tlw* surgeon reported that he found evident total disability of both lower ext remit ie# and he expressed tin? opinion that in this climate, the disability having already existed *0 long, it is lik#*ly t*> become pi-rma-nent. He recommended a first grade I'cnskm. Th#*o!«imnat had already receiv<*d two in-political #-r# • < -1 mn July 5, 1*87, from >*’> u» * per j month, ami before this re]#>rt tlw* commis-i« r allowed bun a further increase to (CX). Gen. Br,y, hcxrevwr, thought that his eon-»l*t»#>*n. i» - .liN-ntel bv Uh* surgeon, ctmki i>ro(M*rly I##* termed jierrnjineiit disability ar«l direct* that his penwon U* increased to $50 per month.    ___ A New ( »#tle Gante-n. Washington, Feb. I.—Governor’* Island will replace Cast Ie Garden, New 5 ork, as the lauding plat*® vt emigrants arri vtug in this country ut the port of New V ork. It may take several daj* yet to determine the legal status of Governor’s Island. Secretary Proctor is entirely willing to permit a portion of Governor s Islaml te* lie usisl a# an immigrant station, atid if he possess*** the ]s#wer He said J under Uu? law te transfer the control of the i- 1.* the island (»r a jarl of it to the secretary of the *0 as soon as ry po]w*rs can lie made out. Uh* ne* G. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 304 MAIN HT., RUFFALO, Bf. V. DEALER IN WATCHES iii ma Clock*. Silverware, leather (»«*od#, I.Se* P. SO RA VISO, GOLD I SIL VK ti PLA TIS G Repairing a specialty. Frank F. Stapf. ta K. Third ak W ML MOCK.ER, Martha at Tailor, 816 Central Arena* A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS HOV MAIN STUKKT. O,poetic Iro-iQoi. II.,let. the prod-xlings Of the Ii use m>    1    (n JU5U,Tf h® is ]?re]rared to do cliair wa# concerned had U # ti orderly. iHeie '*    • ’    *    1 the Detnoerni# hissisl aiidgroonetL] Tin* s]#>«hor relied to entertain the a]»- pt*®!. Mr. Springer then jumped to his feet and moved to a«ljoum. Tile *]leaker refused to entertain th** molten. Mr. Springer entered an ap]*-a1, an#! Mr. McKinley moved to lay flu* apjieal on Uh? foible. I he yeas and nays were ordered on Mr. McKinley** motion, and amid great confusion. th#* clerk Is-gan to call the roll. Mr. Springer continued to tqieak, an*I tin* lVtin>-erat- encouraged him by nppbust*. Til® Fjjeaker announced the result of th® roll call a* BW veas and no nays. He counted-- ili a sufficient number of Democrats to make    Protease®    Smith    on    -%nn«*x»ti»a. up a quorum. Another exciting scene en- Kaw York, Feb. I.—Prof raw >r Gold win sued an*l during it Hie speaker recogniaed | Smith of Canada delivered an address lad Mr. Dnhall, who managed to rail up the night before the Nineteenth Century chib on Bjalth-Jacluue couteated election cave.    i    the political relations of Cai nu I a to Great Mr. Crisp endeavored to raise th** question Britain and the United State**. He lieiieve# of consideration and tri»d to appeal from the that ultimate annexation is inevitable and decision of the (hair, bul the speaker refused meanwhile h® urgid the adoption of com me r-to entertain the appeal    rial union. Krastus Wiman also favored com- Mr. Cris]> denied the right of the chair to ch-re jai un km; (o>org® L Rives, and others class hi* motion as a dilatory motion and pro- j discussed Professor Bun lh* address. 'I ii** fight last night wa* of th® most dcs-pernte kind from the start. Kelly was tho talk*r by two inches, an#l he ha#l a big advantage in th® reach. He won first blood in th ? first round by a cut on Moran’* eye anil first knock-down in the sec*#n#l round with a l#*ft-hander on tile neck. The lx*tting, which was lively, and opeuud at l#X) to NJ on Moran, l#> canieeven alter four r<#11 ■ his had been fought, as Moran wa* knork«-<l clean off his ]>in# for the somd lime in the fourth round. Throughout the whole engagement tho fighters indulged in rushes and clinches, and th#? infighting was really terrific. Moran played more for the stomach and K» lly kept twittering on Chappie’* fare?. Both were badly cut ami bruised before tin* end of the fifth round, but they continued te? hammer away at each other with a vigor that surprised even the old-timers. Iii the ninth round Moran got in some heavy body blows and Kelly appeared to become groggy. In the tenth Moran knocked Kelly down squarely by a right-hander on the jaw-. Tin# spider remained on his lrack for eight seconds, but all of a sudden jumped to his feet an#! rushed ('happie. More* sharp infighting followed, and during it Kelly planted a right-hander on Moran's neck, aiel ('hap!** falling struck a post and then bunched himself on th® floor, thoroughly kn<raked out. It was estimated that al#nit changed hands on tile battle. time all of the wreckage re]#>tied was assumed to Ira that of the Erin, but Hie volume and clramcter of the m isses of floating debris m®t with ami the variety of their lon-gitudal and latitudinal position* w hen semi warrant* the conviction that the Erin is by no means the #mly vessel that went to the b#>l-tom during the recent storms. At Kalkaborg, a suburb of Diet/, Prussia, the fly-wh#*el of a thn*shing machine burst while iii rapid motion, killing five men. The Frankfurter Schuster, a journal <1«*-voted to the interest of the shoe trade, ha* donatrel the sum of $5,WM) for the pur# huso of shoe* for the jsjor of Frankfort. TAKEN IN CUSTODY. and bitore t due abroa<L Hence lh® fwrospect of t)ic <le rea.se in prodm*® ex]#art#, which i# to b® ex 1 H-< drel at this s#*H*#»n, rein lers ex] airt* of gold at no distant <h#y a ponsibUity. TUR MOXEY MA HK KT. “Money at New York is abundant andclnap SM My It limy In our new mid KinlirouluripH was ccllctl iii Dunkirk. elegant said that stock of never ex We have them all ready, and not a piece remains from our former storks. This (jives you the hest advantage offered you anywhere in this all important line of fine and sensible designs and choicest patterns of Embroideries and Inserting*. Allovers and hemstitched, with neat tucking combined, in all making a most desirable selection. Fink JE ac ESI un: PA HTY UHM* Shoulder silk Jersey ■ngths tints. tai re drab, lof line choice in A*"    ; Moi.squc-in black, Two of th# AUes:®#! Hank Wrecker# Arrested —- Ctan-on*# Statement. New York, Feb. 1. GreitH. Pell, *r-rcsted for connects*n with the attempted wrecking of the Sixth National frank, wa# hoi#! bv Commissioner Shield* in the sum of $J5,000, for examination on Thursday. Pell’# friend* were unable to give satisfactory boud* and Fell s]#‘nt th® in. lit in Ludlow street jail. A warrant In# been is-ii'sl for the arrest of Jame# Hiimnon*, w ho was mad® a director of the re-organi/od Sh th N.itional Irank. Aliout ft o’clock Pi? -i#lent Clausen of the ' Sixth National Irank api#*ared I ie fore th#* I Unite#I State# commis'-ioner w ith hi* rommel and two deputy United State*# marshal*, aud Mitts, ll n dressed Iv id Gloves, tans, browns and grays. All sizes, with newest fancy stitched backs,neat and stylish. The prices are only 9f>e and $1.20 pel pair. The latter equal to eight buttons. A full assortment of the Celebra- 011 call, and the demand for comme!*;-ml paper I I# now Strang bere and at Philadelphia: at ted I*. Centenier! Kid (J loves Chicago ratey are un'hanged, with a Laird*- .    ..    . numd; ut St. Louis th® market i# yfrcmgpr at jill all tilt* 7 1#» s ]hi «ent., with go#»d ilemand; at Clave-In ii# I aud Milwaukee the market is fairly active w ith amide supply, and at other western ]K'ints somewhat easier, with mtHlcrate or fair demand. Th<-® facta sug-#*st doubt Indies’ fille Collets. Til© C. whether large su]#plie* will lie available for !*V- desirable shades can be found among our big line. Beautiful fancy Kuching. the Last if busmen# activity continua*. “'Hie later iutlicuti<«us of busine-# activity are not quite so satisfactory. The bauk ('bracing# continue to sh#»w an increase over last year of in ai ly 8 js r cent., but these represent largely N*ttl<*iiit ut# on frast, transaction*. Tin* accounts from other citie* show th® effort of unseasonable weather. A heavier m<»vement folk*was! tin* is#1#I day# at Boston, but w##»J sales were* #u 1 Iv ”,<400,000 pounda, with a market weak and ilrprr wed except for combing. ! MI SI'KL!, AN K.Gt'H IXUI.HTUIKH.    j “G< HH I# do not improve and order* for heavy win ti# im are slow at last year# price*. Cotton good* are active and firm, but duplicate ordt !> for I ss #( s anti shoe* are not as free | a# makers wish. lJiH*x|)*s*tesl demand ha* raisisl domestic hide* '4 to cent, but f«#r-Ijeather is .selling more freely. • 1\ Corset for fine wear is the favorite corset. The handsomest Face Veiling; the newest and most stylish in the market can be found here. .MadonnaCot ton and Barbour’s genuine Irish Flax Thread for lace work. Ladies’ fine Hosiery and I land kerchiefs. FRIE STORE. eign are dull. the warrant chard : hun well endrajtzle-1 Philadelphia note* few Dale® of wool, and dry incut and miwipprepriati nof fundswa* read K'^l# trade behind last y#*ar’#, a fair demand to him. It wa# arrange I that Mr. Claasen’# f,r    «*».! Irani ware, amt #t«rady im- ' provenH»nt in groceries, hut w*®akne>H in iron. At Chicago dealings in grain and meat* are THE SUMMING-UP XVwnt the Hill to Pa#*. A UTA VV, heh. I.—Th® following dispotrh was received by Benn tor Fawctt late yester-^ day afternoon from tin* follow ing member# of the New- York delegation in congree*: Wa'-hi.vo r ». Jan SI. To the ll n J ^lo*t F**s®'t. Albany: We hoi#.* th® somite*'# amen :iu *nts to the w# rbl'# far bill #ri!l be mloj tevl. (8ign®dV If K*ii) *. Villain C. Wallace, Char!®* l». Baker, John ii Sawyer, e J K mpp.J bn W Fanpihar. L K. Pail #*, J.i'm M. SHUf«»r.i, JI. I). Sleren*. John A (J a# k n #ush, J IL Moffait, J. H K Churn. F. I ae si ag Of the tentlrni In th® Presbyterian Conference at New Y«*rk. New York, Feb. I.—The New York Presbytery yesterday further diacuwicd the revision of th® confession. Rev. Dr. Ito*siter sai#l he wa# in favor of tin* rejHirt of the committee I#*aune it bring* oar confession more* on a line with the Bibl®. Eld?® Van Renreek ar asked to Ira permitted to^ sp*ak. Ho is not a member of the Presbytery and was permitted to njirok through ourte*y. Elders, he claimed, s1o<hI nearer the people an#! got Uh* sentiment of the people better than the pastor*. A majority of the members of his church he knew were opposed to revision. Rev. J. B. Nhaw was in favor of going further with th® revision than the committee r??(H>mniended. Rev. F. ll. Marling thought something must Im* done and quickly loo, when it got to w here minister* could not agre® on certain part* of th** confession. Ile sa iii the discussion had a tendency to create misunderstanding an#l disbelief. Rev*. C. Boonies nn#l G. TI. Ibradley an#l Elders .John C. Tin ker and M. W. Dodd qioke in favor of th® r®]?ort. Rev. Dr. J oh: 1 Ha!!. lea#ierof the ojqxsrar# to the revision, then b ,rm the summing un. He sal I it is admitted bv tile framers of th® report that th«* r®H>*?#i given for a complete revision of the conf**ssi(«i van simply Us-aus® it did not cover the missionary work. The d(#*trin®H of the church, liaising by the nonelect, had b#*en pepresented as a stumbling block, he sai«i. He cited many chapters of the Bible wherein stumbling blocks are referred to, and claimed that we put ourselves in a false ]>ositi#>n. To be consistent we should not revise completely, but ren^giel. Dr. Hosting* dosed the debate for the revisionists. H® claim.*#! that th®ie is a leal in the confessi *n of faith that Im* uothiug to do w itll th#* duty of faith. Dr. Hall ti.inks that we revisionists should go I urther ami entirely ran#aiel tis® confession; na ag® he «]<jii't believe tu revision but be-*n remodelling it,” arrau examination should tnkp ]»Lace at 10 a. rn. today, ami meanwhile he was |rar#»led in <ais-tody of th#* marshals and his counsel. This was in accordance with an arrangement matte in advance that if t'laaseu w#jai#I give himself ii]), he shoul‘1 not Is* j ait in jail lost night. Presi#lent t'lnasen issiusl u statement to th® public through a financial new# agency, stating that b® was not a member of the syndicate* th*»t purchased a controlling interest in the Irank; he ha#l made no teen* to himself but hail checked on his personal account; tho stock purchased was not |rai«l for out of tho fund* of the Irank but l*»*for® possession wa* gi\eu. He bad no proceed# from tho sale of the bonds except what he ha#! actsmnted for. Mr. Leland, the fot'iner pmJdcnt of tho Irank, abo Lsrand a statement to the effect that there was nothing remarkable al#Mit his getting ftlftO a share for the stes k, as la* hail held it ut or ffifiO for th® jrast thro® years, an#! it would fray ti per cent. on that figure. He had ikj r«a<<#>ii to believe wl.eu be nm<l® the sal** that it involved any risk to the other shareholder# or the depositors. BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING. Mr. Micheuer’* Hhnrp Work. Chicago, Feb. I.—A ll#*ral#I s]Hs*ial from Indianapolin says: Th® new- K# |ud»li# an s*tete? central coinmittes? iii*’! here Thursilay night for th® pun Hist* of organization, ami a imm-ber of well-know n politicuuis wore? in attendance. Tho m®< ting ms calk'd by private letters to the menders, ami th® op]smellt* of Chairman Mi* ii# cr hoi no ie ►tics? of wliat was going on til! th fact of the meeting was announced In the party organization. It ha* l>®en usual for the call to 1«* jiublisbed several cays in advt#we of th** nu cri'ng. *0 .as to give not i t* of tit#* fact to all th#* politician*, bat Chairman Mi *h#*i’«-r ado].ted th® secret ]Jan on this occasion aud »««•##*;uully outwitted hi* advermrie*, who.-® plans of cp{#)(>itioii had not been matured. Tile c#>m;aittee w ithout delay ])re#N*-l®d to th*; elec tion of officers. Chairman Michcner Mild 8#*#•**..tory Milligan were elated without opfMwitiou and Horace Mackay was cl®ctesl ti«a*iir**r. )AVe (oui bartUy bop..* tliat the men who did abt rf/it® the rcfs»rt can be exj?e<*te*d to vote IOTA fit seems to mc that a great many do nut fine**- th® difference betw*en remodel an#l re>Ut»k»9. Dr. Hull in his obituary of me the inlier day said tliat everybody loved me very wfell, and lie al-o said that Ka tan was the priiK*e of power in the air and that revision was in the air. “It is pretty hare! to sit bere an#l hear our committee *o fa ta® Iv .represented. We sai#l in tliat report just what we meant, and will stand by it whether Die Presbytery does or not. Dr. Hall said that many of the speeches made here {rained him very much. Dr. Hail in hi* sj>*c# h {rained soma of his best friends very much, and a1! through there was an undercurrent of assumption in reference to the construction of revision." With a few other remarks Dr. Hasting* closed hi# summing up, the chairman called upon Rev. Dr. Rossiter to load in prayer, and the uession adjourned. A Sud Accident. Pittsburg, F**b. I.—A special to The Tim®# from Sew Brighton, Pa., says: An accident whi<*h has shock»sl the entire cnruinu-"    '    nity    otvurred    at    this {data* at 4>f) o’clock yes terday afternoon, Frank B. Witem an#! Benjamin Town wind, the latter a won of Con-gram ran C. C. Townsend, were cngagcxl iii lrandiing a iSUcalibre revolver at. th® Townsend residence, when it exploded in the hands of young Townsend aud the bullet entered Wilson's hood, instantly killing him. Filial Railroad Aw d# til. Lancaster, Fa, F**b. I.—On til® Kilkenny Lumber company’s railnsid, six miles east of h#»re, a ti urn broke in two on a steep grad*? and the engineer was #]seeding te? avoid being run into by the rear jsirtion, wh n Hie engine was derailed at a curve, ukI the train w a# wrecked. Engineer L. F. Crouch of Haverhill was crusned and scalded to (tenth. The fireman and brakeman jumped and had a narrow cscajra. large, but in dry good* .somew hat te#» for th {Mist two w<s'ks, and th® sh##* trade shrinks a little. DistriLuti(iii has l##*n fair in Ht. IxmiK, Omaha aud Kansas City, very fa'r at. Detroit, but liull at Cleveland anil *tepi? ss# *! Mgam by wrather nt Milwaukee. “From the refracts telegraphed it may I#* inferr®#! that trade since tho new year ls*gou has not answered exjiectatlofi#, but there? ora some signs that tho ii ii I# I wen til *r im not solely to blam®. “In th*? iron busine*# the mills are fully employed ut Cleveland, but sellor# make tetter offers at Pitteburg, aiel nome reduction# (K'cur, ami at Philadelphia lots, which had Iraen hyjsHhecated, have te*en sold at sonic concessions, frightening timid buyers. The imlicntions are# that excess of pnsluction te*-gins to Im* felt. “In the dry good# trode, th® signs not *d at Boston, I’hifad* I]*Ilia and Chicago, hit# se# n here and at other points. Cotton gtssl- an# active aud fairly maintained, and wonrteds aud light w-(H>lens in grssl (temand, but sal#*# of heavy gissl# are large or improving in price#. Ttie coal trade also continues much depressed, a* to anthracite, th*High bituminous is active at fair prices. “Tile unwr]Mowed ac tivity in building has mad® materials strong and active, and <lrug# ara still in fair demand, but th#* general average of price* is aj;ain a sha#i® lower, and bn# drclbw*#i mon# than I per rent, in tho month of January. This is largely because extort# of breadstuffs have fallen off, ani th® markets rerac t slmrqdy from th * r«s***td ill-founded advance. Wheat is lx{ cen ta lower, with sates of 2f),000,000 bushel#, corn 1% lower, and outs 1% lower for the week. Cotton ta held by h{s*culution, but sal**# f<*r til® week w i re over a million Ira lee, and coffee ta un-changisi, but oil and {Mirk product# are lower. “In the sto**k market a comh.lbrabte advance occurred because of covering *hori rales, but tho bank failures come to in#Tease j reaction which th® monetary situation at Lindon, and the withdrawal of the Union Pacific from tile president'* association, ha*t eomtuenced. “The average of prices for stock* ta st IU a little higher than a week ago and the refract* of eeniingsare* highly encouraging, but th®' sense of uncertainty as to tie* monetary .future, an I of distrust as to cor]# >1 *t management does not tend to en*-ourag® piirclm#®# t*y the public. It is generally realized that continued monetary pressure abroad may send more American securiti*-# hitte r, aiel if gold exjMirt# te#gin a w is ta in* I a* I va rice in stocks would proteibly Ira deferred. Budnca failure# din ing the lust seven day# number for Hie United States *J4G, and for Cai ta# la 45—total *jyi, as ooni{*ared witli .*£13 Inst week. For the corresjlending w*ek lad year the figures were SHJ, raprev.*ntiiig 1^)1 in the Unittsl Htates and 41 iii Canada.” Br,El ffiSJ Biti BIUEI $25 ELLUL AR PRICE $30. BUSINESS SUITS! $18 AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 PIR CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. $3.75 and UPWARDS V\TH*m pries* yt>od until Fel'p. 15th. E. A. SALYER, T A T\TTPC? I i-sADiJlib ! It'you want an easy And comfortable hIioe. witli a heavy sole, one that will ' /it -»t.. y    yr f J r \    pl Don#*c* Sirjlloirril Up. 5V ILK ES-Ba RI'-K, Pa , F’eb. I.—Three ring)® houses and a double block in the town of Plain*, about four mil®*; frem te r®, dropped nearly out of #igl|t yesterday, the cave-in tee ing (*a#«*<l by the “robbing” of pillar* in Hie Knli Cluls* I'ile lion I##. New York, Feb. I.—The recently organized Bi?#»klyn and Syracuse teieelrali club* tiled te«n*l» of $10,000 each yesterday un#] were admitted into the Amcri*an a#wx*iation at a meeting of tho finance committee. Ab ut JOO managers an*I players were press-eut. keep your fed dry Kil l warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong At Co’s Hand \\ ell, common sense shoes. They will please yon-- SULLIVAN & SON. Died from Hi# Injuries. Binghamton, N, Y.,Feb. I.—E. A Latham of Ea#t Bridgewater. Mass., who bnd Irath old coal mines un#lcr the town. The cave-in teg* broken in the smasb-up on the Erie read I / it likely to ext nd to the cemetery and other at Owego Thursday morning, died Ia#t even- I \ poitions of ike* town.    mg. 2 I B Centre Street, For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. ;

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