Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 8, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 08, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y , SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1890. NO. 5. REPRESENTA TI VE BUSINESS HOUSES3 OF DUNKIRK. A NKW HULING MACHINA for mltnf nil kind# of blanks is the latest audition to the Neehaiunal !>♦-}** rim en I of Dunkirk Printing Company. A LE 'aNDFK'I Coal anti Wood Yard. TWI A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel J#Uu is# 1*4. Ail grades of Hard and soft Coal, W -**4| Lumber, ^bingies and lalb. Free telly    Correapop deuce'for wholesale iota •ut lei ted. A CKX. M. MANN, Praetic.nl Plumber, (Has anti Mom) Fitter. Bpreia) attention given to Sam btry Plum bing Kell mal— given on Plumbing, tin* k itting Steam IteaUug and Hot Air Furnaces, ti k>. Third street BK. liVrirORO, «t sad t* Central Ave . Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Pln»u>grapba of liaise* a specialty. Sitter* nee.I not wait for sunshine except for balnea. I kCMIK II1NDFKY—-J AM KH I AVINO, I'M-I? prietor, No. 16 K. Secoud street, near Buffalo si reel, Dunkirk, N. lf. Maga/iues, Music, Pamphlet*, eh;., bound in alt styles, orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. B ll HCH KIPS (KINKKltV MOUHF, Huh Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in ll domestic China, tilaasware, Ac. i.tortod and Ll HAS. H. It A KKD*. SJI Central Ave. t.en-/ era! Insuranc4‘, Life, Accident aud tire. Before traveling insure vour lie in the old reliable travelers*.** Beal Estate Agent. I maun negotiated tm property. Ct H A UT AUl|l ’ Y HOTEL, j    Bates,    ll    per    day. Livery and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Bider, SSS and SKT Lion street. / HTV HAKHF.lt SHOP Ay    dias.    Nagle, Prop., Under Lake shore National Bank, corner Center and Third streets. A line stock of Foreign anti Domestic Cigars. / VON KLIN A SON. V;    Ms    Center street. Fraction! borse-shoera. Partioular sites lion paul to interfering horses, shoeing of road si d trotting horses a specialty. ) I N Kl HK KVKN1NU OHSFRVFK. 1-arg—I Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUN Kl BK FN* IIN KF Kl NO COMPANY. Formerly 8«l lew A Popple. Manufacturers of Engine*., Boiler*, Pulleys, Dialling lungers, etc. Patterns, Forgiugs, Jasuags. aud Machine Work to order. ONK1KK HH I KT CO., HQS, HUS and *'7 Center stnet, Manufacturers of the rom well" aud “Dunkirk” perfect - fitting ness Shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, rifting and dry goods bouses in Dunkirk. r. TOOM KY, ) ,”    *34 and *M Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, alt. Haled llay, I*hesitates, etc. Established, 1377. ti KUC HOTKL and liming Saloon, Union j Dc|k»1. Easy access to all trains and business houses. Il»‘*t accominodaUons for Com-aerciai Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. ^HLKfttS * DI., 07 aud Mf K Third street Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware aud Up* oiatenng. Picture Frames made to order. E1 Fi lOiS b\' / I*. MATT KHON A CO., Ail Central Ave., .enders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. A KEI. I. MTK AM HEATING CO.. ll Mnuufarlurers of Steam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. | _j (IMI MT KAM LAUN DK 1. Our specialue*:    Fine    Shirts, Bk*; Collars, A*.; Cuff*, to, and Imoe Curtains, tree Delivery. A W. Cummings, 4u7 Center street ll.' K. OKUM, K. Third st, cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes. PKOFKHHIONAL. R. T. KOI.PII, M. Ii., Physician and ‘-nrgeon. Office over l.> un .- Drug Store. B«- idence,( entral Avenue. Telephone No. Calls tnav be left at I on’-. HEN KY WEI LEICH NKW MTH I HK. BW K. Third eh Hooks,hUUouery, Musical In-sLrumeuts.Magszines.Daily audW eeklv Pawer*, and every tin eg pertaining to a first class book store. School Hooks a specialty. (OH PKlNTINt# <»f .very description and al lowest living rates by- Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO L. Second SCJ I H. VAN HU KFN A NON, Fire Life, ti Accident and General Insurance. Dealers In Keel Estate and Loans. Far.Hiller attention paul to the care of nrujierly collecting rents Aa, 210 Center st, 2nd door. J^£0>KOK'M PHARMACY, 30U Central Ayenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paints. Oils, Ac. I JERKINS, J. W., L    NM ( enter street, Manufacturer mid dealer in Ham****.Saddles, Bridles, collar*, Trunk*,Vt b ps. Buffalo Holm*. Horse Covers. (.loves.kli lien* and Sleigh Holies I ) LU MHI NU. T. W. Murray, I    337 Lion street. A specialty made of sanitary Plumbing, Main and Gas Fitting. Workmanship guar-■teed. (> RI HOLTE*. ,    IT    East    Third    street antlion.tide Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to Heir advantage to oallon me before purchasing isewhere. II ti. CAKY A (LMI., #    ISS    Lion    street, leneral Hardware, White Leitd.Oila.Paintor's ^lilies, Oil Cloth*, Gnu U Ware. A spec; alif She r mn Williams Pa. et and Monroe range. l l.INO. surh as Wank-books, ledger*, and all kinds of blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 3 and Bi K. Second ht DOLPH MOLDENHAUER. Cor. Third and Buffalo SU., der in Granite, Marble, Flagging and “*--- Call    oil in* before buying ... Stone, side-waik. R inlet a co., 7 and 0 East Front street. W hisky, Wines, Brandies. G-H.eral Liquor Store for Family Use. I wt*h to employ a few ladle* on salary b* take I charge of my busine** ai their home*. Light, verv fat-* mating and healthful. Wav* -IHI per week. ICefereu*-e iriven. G<**i pav for parttime. Addr.-** with st nnp. Mu*. Ma limn VV ALK ICK, Ironist tile h v. MONTH can br made m king (or «*■. Per non* preferred who an furnish a horse and g»v< their whole time to the bunn* ». Spare rn -merits may Ive profitably employed also. A leo vacancies in town* and cities B. F. JOHNSON A l’0H reno Main St., Kit hmcm.l, Va. lur Kent or Sale. Holist* (oilier Second anti Dote street*. Nevrly lilted up ana is fine condition. Will sell on east* U-rma. Enquire at the office of Martin Hester Co. isaRBKSfH-ssi SPR INB 18!HI iraFED. 15th HHKKT MXIf, Ll ob street, near the depot. larding, Sale, Feed and Livery Sutta. ding by the day or week on roasonabla EID. J. W„ ,    IM    Center    street. Haler in Musical Instruments and Sewing chine*. W e make a specialty of first class kes of Pianos and rarrand A V Oley Organa. SAM J. GIFFOKD, 301 Central Ave. (Up stairs), General lusuranoe and Beal K-late Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock I iisurance. Prompt attention gtv sn to buying and selUag Real Estate. f i t €. J ON EH, I .    75 K. Third st, cor. Darn. Excelsior Meat Market. Freak. Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and Poultry.    _ WAIT!FROM WASHINGTON. CONGRESSMEN testify in BALLOT-BOX CASE. THE SPECIAL A N NOU NCEM EN'! 8 A I. KNM iv N Wanted at OSM. Local rn Traveling Big Pay. *»tt*adv Work. -Uh I Warranted Dunk Helling n pert.* I Mea. outfit fire K vpertonre Uiine«e**arv .I as*. I.. W lf I r-MKV, Nuraymau, Boc heap r, N. V. STUDD AK lh CO , Pi Ic ut \ ttornev-, 81.’* 7tb Ht, Wa-lit uglou, ll c , opp I m. Patent Olden Patents, Caveats and Kc U-m- -ccured Ti ade Mark* registered Ail Patent binnite** conducted for moderate Fee*. tuforuiate.i*. Advice and *|M*ctal ref* rent*!** rent on req lie*! ^Jftll^ALAttY. fit KNPLV-K- IN ADIT'"' VANT L,allowed each month. Mend* employ merit nt home orjMaveiing. No rohcit-ing butte* delivering and making collection.-. No Powtal Cards. Addn*— with -tutu!*. ii AFKK A CO., Piqua, Ohin. WAIT FORF. D. MATTESON eft? CO’S They Nwear Their Name# Were Forged. Haddon Telegraph* That CampbelPs T«--t liuony was lait* front Beginning to End — The Mau Who Paid Wood SAO Telia Where Ha Get It Washington. Feb. A—John R. Mi Lesn, the owner of the Cincinnati inquirer, testified yesterday before Ute ballot box committee that Lie did not know Wood. He was t-hown the tin Hot I tot (japer and aud that be bad never *reu it before. Ale bad never U-eu interested In any ballot box. Cob T. C. I'ampbeli, at sTrnw instance Governor Cauiptall introdu>*ed th** tall*rf-tax bill, lie.- tan Wood's attorney for tin* tailor box company. He read a Ii-t of *»t<K*kh.>UJer* of the company. None of the nam*** of the aenators aru) reprerentat i ve- whore names had I teen -ljp*-l to the forged p<|er were Oil the list. Oovsraur C'aruplaell had not the slightest iiit*r»**t 111 tin- I mix . Governor Foraker placed before iii** com* rnitie** a telegram that lie relived ve-tonlav from Mr Haddon. The telegram i* a* fol lows; *Tl**»rge fnrnobeiPs toutimony fnls-fomi legiiiuing to end l'ro*-t*s«mii«* * It san agreed nut to recall George ('amp 1**11 until after Haddon, who is im hi* way to Washington, had testified. After recess Hi'|»rc*iit«tiilire*'kent t*lge of Kentucky, McAdoo arui Butierworth appeared liefi*re the committee, and testified that their *i;piaturea to tile latllot l*ox pa|**r wert* forgeries They knew iKithiiig ai*>ut any laillot box cont met, aiel were n*>t interwt-ed in any way in the !stilot-box bill. H V. Mcfirew testified that he Iou) given IAU lo Mr. Waller* after the(*ani|iaign to jiay to Wood for hi* ex|**?wa*s while in W»diini;-tou. He firtaaiitied that be paid the Huxley for Governor Foraker, The governor** |*ri-vate secretary authorised him to flay the money. He had l**en instructed to keep his eye chi W cod, lait not to detain him in Washington or prevent him going to New York. York. It Wood bud left NY.e-hington, he would not have followed. Wood was not concealed while bi Wa*hingt(rti. Gen. Grosvenor pivewed the witnesa to give his idee es to why he lied I teen commissioned to watch Wood. The w itnesn answered that be believed that an iiii(ioKiti<xi had been practiced on Governor Foraker aud he thought the latter wanted to know something about Wood aud with whom he was in communication. t'ongre-*man McKinley te>tificd that his signature to the patter was a forgery. James R. Foraker, brother of the ex-governor, denied tliat he had told Wood to apply for the smoke inspectorship, as stated by Wood before tile committee. T Kale* of Cincinnati, who had been an applicant for the smoke inspectorship, stated that Wood laid told him that he and Haddon were getting up a paper for the benefit of the Re]xihlican party, aiul that Mayor Mo-by wa- w (th him. Th* committee adjourned until Monday. A PRINCE UNDER ARREST. rh* Hon of th* Colat* de Paris Taken In Charg* by th* Pollee. Paula. Feb. 8.—Prince Phiiiippe, Ducd’Or-leso*. eldest son of the Comte de Pan*, we* a nested bete yesterday. He arrived in Paris yesterday, tile bearer of a letter announcing the abdication of his father and his formal renunciation of all claim* to tile French throne, together with a manifesto of the Comte de Paris to the people. The government was aware of his presence ill the city and be was at (Hire taken into custody for violation of the law hani-hing royal pretend ere from Frame. He was arrested at the bouse of the Due de Luyr.ee and detained iu the (’'tueiergeiie In the afternoon he was taken before the military bureau, where he declared that having attained bi- majority he pine**d himself at the di.*)Mjwal of the military authorities. M Conatans, minister of the Interior, ordered hi* further detention, The Due d’Orl* an- has lived lately at Lausanne and l.-ft there w ith the fondly of the Due de Ltiynes. his presence being unknown to anybody outside the family. He visited a recruiting office in Paris with the intention of enlisting in the army, aud also vi-ited the war office, hut ha- tumble to enlist. H»* ad-<h*e-.*«e I a letter to M de Freyeim*t. minister of w .ti. cxpre-.*ing his desire to enlist and de-• la ring that he had not conia to Fmmw to make iron hie. fie *18 then arrested as a violator of the law prohibiting im iii pretender* from Ii Mug in France. He denied after hi* arrest that hi* fattier, the * (Mute de Paris, had abdicate I. A full line ol all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! A Reservation to be Opened. Washington. Feb. n.—It is expected that the firesident wftl f*su.- on Mornlay ii j»mcla-nint ion ofiening tie* Sioux Indian reservation, en i bine mg d.nix'.tnD acre* of (aiel iii Dakota to public settlement These land* w ill lie disposal of to settlers under the provision*of the homestead law. In addition to the fees each settler w ill be re<|iiired to pay $l.*i5 per acre, and U]«m the full payment of the money due, will lie entitled to a (latent. I<and offices will tie established at iTuunlierlain in Pierre, Dakota. Hie portion of the lam Living south of latitude Ll will be annexed to the O’Neil land district in Nebraska. A MURDERER CAUGHT. The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City.Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cure* it AimeitTtRiM et. Haims • suer mane. It can bt liven hi a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar belat of food. without the know ledge of the per-•on taking ll; ll ta absolutely burnt less and will effect a permanent ami speedy cure, whethet the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic rTeck 1*1 WIVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure In everv instance. 48 page book FREE, Addn*** in confidence. FOLDEN SPECIFIC CO. 186 Rats St.. Bs Tied a Negro to a Tres and Shot His Head OfT. Cit \ RI JUTTON, H. €., Feb. 8.—Dave Ready, the white man who, while drunk, took William Black, a negro pri»*ner, from the officers Dear Robbins Station, tied him to a tree and shot hi- head off on the Tuesday after the wholesale lynching at Barnwell, has been caught. Sheriff I .ai truster received a telegram from the -heriff of an Alabama county saving he I lad Ready, tile right man, and asked him to send for him. Tile sheriff also gut a telegram from a Florida sheriff saying he had Ready, who fe< wan bd for the murder of Black. Ho a* not to let the guilty man e-*a|»e. Sheriff Linctdcr lins taken step* to have both men brought bere, ami thru the right man can |•restively be identified. The re***tit apiiearance of two strangers in Barnwell ha* created no little excitement. It bi the general belief that the men are Northern detectives sent there for the purpose of finding (Hit the lynclters. After remaining in Barnwell several days the men suddenly disap|K*and and have not since been aren. The much talked*if negro exodus from Barnwell lias not inaterialiised. only fifty-six negroes, men, women and (‘hildren, have left. Tile others are satisfied and do not intend leaving.  _____________ A vmithern Man's F<centricltjr. MoxmoMKHT, Ala, Feb. 8,—Thomas Rank-, one of the moat («ei,uliar cliaracters that co r lived in Xlalnuna. til***! here Thur* day. He was Industrious anti miserly and had accumulated an retake valued at $*J0t),-GW. Fifteen year- ago Is* had a hand-oine mausoleum erected iii the city cemetery and directed that he aud his brother diouhl be laid to iv-t tb«*re bigetber. lie had the mausoleum funu-hed with a washstand, bow I and pitcher, st*ap and biwls and comb and brush. He us**! to visit th** place daily and make his toilet in the nm ired*urn. He could not I lear the idea of b**ing tairted under tile ground, and -aid if la* came to life again lie would find himself in comfortable quar lei** H** never mart i»*l aud leave* no relative* It i- underet- -od that lie made a will, leaving his profierty to (>ei*otial friend- and cha fit aide institutions. Cincinnati. 0* FORMATION OF I’AKTNKRNHIP. Notice is bcrehv given that I have taken my ann. Rudolph burh, into partnership w.thme in the furniture bn-iness, and that tin* business will hereafter l*e conducted under the firm name of Louis Koch A Son. Lou ta Koch.C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 304 MAIN NT, BUFFALO, N. V. DEALER IX mm WATCHES id JEDELE!, IM ak-lea. Silverware, leathi-i (r.hmU, F.*e. FXO RA rtXO. GOLD «f SIL IKR PLA TI KG Don't Maut to Emigrate. <'HARLEsfoS, 8. C., Fob. 8.—“We are opposed to leaving for Afrit a. We condemn the Barnwell lynching and we are heartily in favor of the Blair l*ilLr Such are the expedition.* of of fin i<>n of the N**rthem Methodist church. A sjiecial committee apjs inte.1 to re|M>rt on the condition of churrii and stab* has submitted a set of resolutions of which the alane are the main points. They couvey the general views of the negro of South Carolina, and are given a prominent plate iii The ( hurch, the leal organ of negro jtolitire in South Carolina A Steamer Given to. BALTI!IDEE, Feb.    It is now generally believed in shipping circle.- here ti int the British steamship Dom ira, Copt. Wilson, which cleared at Glasgow, Dec. SI for this port. has l»een loot at sea w ith her crew of fifteen men. Six* was due here fifteen days ago. The dismantled steamer reported a few days ago by (’apt. Balls of the steamship Bmnipton, is now believed to by the wreck of the I •• si. imWEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. A VERY PERPLEXING STATE OF BUSINESS REPORTED. NAVAJOS IN ARMS. Whit* Peep!* Living Near tits Revelation Fear * Mavtarrr. Denver, Colo., Feb. 8.— Five hundred Navajo warriors are reported camped at We-t Waters, between la Plata and Ojo and aitout sixty miles south of Durango, Colo. Hie squaws have been sent lack to the reservation and Mettlern ab alg the San Juan, 1a Plata ami Animas river- fear an Indian massacre. The trouble arises over the killing of a Navajo Indian a few week* ago by John Cox. who has refused ti* give ten horses or $JD0 as damages to the Navajos. These Indian- are ref tort ed a* ma>-iug their warriors and scout- have been sent by whites to Fort Lewis. Fort Wingate aud Fort Defiance for troops. Sheriff Kit (’arson of San Juan county, N. M., recently recapturtsl some horses of Jtwe|ih Ste rn t. whose family had been nm off by the Navajos, and the Indians are also angry about this. There w as a fight between •Milers and Indian* on the .San Juan river last iKsvmlier, and trouble has lieeu brew mg since. At a recent three days (towwow a Navajo t hief said tile white man who killed a Navajo must Is* puui-bed or the Navajos wtU retaliate. Tnt* Navajo* could (Hit 8,ODO warriors in tla* San Juan river settlement iu twenty-four hi mr*. A new generation of Navajos baa grownup sine* Kit Carson so terribly pun-isbetl them in l^** Another Alderman In t Mired*. Eufaula, Ala., Feb.—A Merman W. J. Brow n of tlx* wandiouae aud cotton buying firm of J. W. Mercer & Co., of this city, has tli' ipjvared with ffi.OfK) of the firm's money, nisi i- -iq»po-ed to be in Canada. Before leaving lie left #1 .taal in posses-ion of his I •laughter, Miss Fauna Brown, wIhj, on real-, l/.ing tliat her fattier had almcondi*!. sent for Dr. Merc**r and insisted on hi* taking the money. Dr. Mercer begged the girl to accept #100 of it, at the same time assuring ber that she should never want for anything as king a* he had #1. He is very wealthy. The knowledge of Mr. Brown's flight is a great | shock to tile community. Iii a^ldit ion to be-| ing an alderman be wa- ahs* a member of tile board of trostere of public schools. A woman j floured in the case. Brown is Vs yearn old. Suing HI* f at ber-In-1 j» w. I .ITT LE Kook, Ark.. Feb. 8.—In the United States court a man named Morgan tuts entered suit seeking to recover 110,000 damages from hi- father-in-law, J. M. Holloway. The latter is a rich planter and lives in Lonoke county. He had a beautiful daughter with w'hora Morgan became infatuated. She returned his affection, ami the father forbade Morgan entering the house. The young couple elojied, came to this town and were married. Upon returning to Ijonoke, Morgan called on Holloway and informed him of the marriage, I legging forgiveness. Holloway seized a gun ami shat Morgan. Morgan was tenderly nursed by his wife and got well and bring'* suit for personal injury. Spotted Typhus on Shipboard. New York, Feb. 8.—There was a case of spotted typhus fever among the I IO emigrants arriving by the steamer Ncustriu from Gibraltar a week ago. In this rase, as in that of the typhus fever patients on the W assi and ft* xii Antwerp some time ago, the nature of tlx* discase was not discovered until after man}' hundred person* had been exposed to tile |»*»— (bilify (if infection, but thus far no new case* have developed. The KmIIit>Mti« Beaten. Wa shi TK * TDS, Feb. 8.—Tile interstate cora-iiii-s»on ha* rendered a decision in the case of ilarvy Bate- ami IL Batea, Jr., owuers of I * Indiamip Ii- Hominy mill* against Hie Pennsylvania a id other railroad <*ommnies ta fa v *x* .if ct >ai plain int. ll ii* case involved the question of whether a differeure in the rate* un corn and com produ«*ts from In-diana|*oli- east to *caL«anl |*>ints I- legal. Invitations Recalled. Wakhixcitok, Fell. 8.—The president and Mn* Harriaoo. in view of the recent afflictions in the families of Secretaries Blaine and Tracy, have recalled all invitations i—ued to public recept ion* and dinner* until after lent. Vice President Morton and the cabinet members have also retailed al! invitations to sisiaI festivities. The *»ftictal social season it tim- practically at an end. Min* I’almer's Debut. New York, Feb. 8 — Mr. and Mrs Palmer's re**ei*t»oii yesterday afternoon to intro*luce their tlaaghter. July, to as*t**ty. wa* attended tty nearly a thousand guests, among them many j**rxon* prominent in dramatic, artistic an*! *«x*ial cin*le*. The h*»u*e was superbly decorated with flower*, lilies predominating. Convicted of Murder. Biddeford, Me., Feb. 8.—The coroner’* jnn last night rendered a verdk*t that Philip Deroven died at tile hands of Pierre Mouren The prisoner afterward (fieaded guilty of murder. Hi-hearing tx curs to-dav. Mourin -lei*bt-I Deroven in the street during a petty quarrel. _ A Ceutennarian's Birthday. Pittsfield. Ma**., Feb 8.—Mrs. CjTithia Hat im w ay of Windsor celebrated her lOlat birthday yesterday, surrounded by relative* ami f nets Is. She is reuuu kably energetic and active. W w ATCHER, JEWELRY, ffiC. Bur the Aurora Railroad Witch. Re lairing a si*ecialty. Frank rTauuf. to E. Third at M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, 316 Central A van na A COMPUETK LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. In I Ut liger of Lynching. Au*JUSTA, Ga., Feb. 8,—Fears are entertained that the negro who entered tile -tore of A. Roger* at Canuak. Ga., and kill the proprietor, will be lynched. A I ark af Activity Hbnwn. Despite af Perceptible linpr«»veaient st New York. A Gain in New Business-"Great Industries Comparatively Hull—M.mey Xtesdy and Not Diet orbed by Bauk Failures. Ntw York, Feb. 8.—R. G. Dun & Co.’* Weekly Review of Trade says: “It rarely happen.- that the situation in busiiM**- is a* |jerptexmg a* it now ap{s*ara. With many eau-es of apprehension removed, there is still a lack of expected activity, and nota ith -landing perceptible iinprov fluent here within the past few day*, the general tenor of rejsirt* is Ie—encouraging. Yet in every quarter there is seen strong confidence in the future of bu sines*, and such reaction aa appear* is generally believed to be temporary. The monetary proqiect has clearly improve*! While the tiank rate in England ha* not hen reduced, the gain* of #1,8IO,GE), by the Bmik of England and $400,000 by the Bank <»f K ranee in gold reserve lessen the change* of didurbing drlin from that-ids. Domestic money market- aie generally growing cimier, with moderate or fair demand Some li-turl*an*v tm a<*count of wtsd failures in Philadelphia i- al»out the only local movement rep«H*ted of an adverse nature, t’ollec-tHxi- also are average or fair at nearly all poult*, ami definitely unproved at several, good at (’Iceage and dry goods and Imots and -hoe* more natisfa tory at HI. I ahi is, menti*xied a* alow in fewer line* at Phi huh *1 ph ia, lait U*l*nv ev(iectation* at Milwaukee. Money a cuiunintes here, notwithstanding tile treasury ha* taken in #1.000.000during the week more than it has paid out. A GAIN IN NEW BUSINESS “The volume of new business in progress seem* to lie Ie-* accurately reflected than usual by tic* payments thnxigh bauk*, which include settlement- on transactions of months ago. The cleanup* (xtt-ide New York la>t week showed a gain of \'I |**r cent. over last year, and in January a gain of 10.0 per cent., lait in few brancher of trade ha* there been so r< xi-i*lerabi.* an iiM rea-e in new transaction*. 'The building trades are indeed more active than ever before at this season, and the interior grain movement is large, but th ore is little increase, or sotue decrease, com }«i*nl with last year in important manufacture*, as re* j lect* actual sale* since Jan. I. At almost all interior cities the unseasonable weather still retard* many kind* of trade. ORK AT IMH MTR I EX DULL. “The larger branches of industry do not, for the moment, slum entirely encouraging i*e*tlits, inxi i* unmi-takahly weaker at Titta-Imrg and here. “In wool, Boston sales for the week have been only l.NU.OUU |»»unds and prices of almost all domestic wools ars lower, while at Philadelphia the trade is extraordinarily dull, in part because of failure* Lhi- week. “Muiiy manufacturer*, including some of the strung*-d, are seriously considering the propriety of -hutting mills down for a time, that the accumulation of unsold gcsida in deniers* hands may lie reduced. The exceptional weather is -ufflcient cause for depression in business, a- in boots anti shoes, of which retailer* hokl au uns>4d snrplus, and hence are buying hula The cotton manufacture* are well up to last year in production, twit without material increa-e THE MOXEY MARKET STEADY. The (-losing »f three Istnk* last w»- k ha* been followed this week bv their rehabilitation under circum-tances which are puzzling to the public, but appear to imply restoration I of abstracted property by •auebody. The local money market ha* uot laten disturlied, ami little depression ha* appeared in the stock market, which is held very stubbornly, tile average price* being scarcely a tptarter of I lier cent, lower than a week ago. The foreign trade of the country seems to shrink a little, a* is natural after the enormous movement of last year, and ex[sirti and import* at New York, both show some decline in comparison with a year ago—the return*, as usual, including no -pe*-ie. lait merchandise only. Busine*- failures during the last seven dajr* numlier bx* the Uniteii State* 2»Vi, anti for Canada Vt—total 321, a* conijiared with SHI last week, and 338 the week previous to the last. For the correspixiding week last year the figure* were 808, representing 273 in the I’luted State* and 30 in Canada. Mr. Fdmunds Threaten* tn Kedgn. Wasiiixgtox, Feb. 8.—Senator Fa I mu lids was no much annoyed Thursday evening wtien the senate, in secret session, laid cm the table hi* rexolution in relation to Pago Pago Itarlior, Samoa, that he stated to several senators that there wa* an understanding in the committee on foreign relations at the time the treaty was under consideration that a resolution like the one offered by him would be agreed to in the senate, aud a* the mem-l«ers of the committee had broken faith w ith him, he would resign hi* place on tile committee forthwith. Tile majority (rf Mr. Edmunds' colleagues lielieve that on sec*md thought lie w ill alter his hasty determinat ion. A Minister'* Crime. Birvimjham, Ala., Feb. 8.—Rev. John B. Reese of Girard, in this state, ha* fled from the country to e*ca|ie tile wrath excited by the story of his daughter Kila. wlit» avers that she was assaulted by her father acme year* ago aud baa since tieen forced to submit to his unnatural conduct. He hail quoted Scripture to ease her conscience, lait her condition has rendered further ••oneealiucnt impossible Reese i- tin* father of two married (laughters and his wife i* still living. His Corn Wa- Fuel K vnm.vs City. Feb. fi.—That corn hi fuel was so decided by a Wichita, Kau., ju-ti*** in a .suit brought to satisfy a debt off HIU. A tie mss i id bu-hel- of corn belonging to a farmer named Steadman bad been attached, 'headman -aid he w as using com for fuel and (hat a thoii-and bu-itcls was not more than sufficient to last a year and the justice ruled that unfit*r th** la!-v exempting a year's fuel the attachment could wit hold. Kerr and Richmond Free. New York. Feb. H.~Recorder Smyth ha* handed down a decision di-nu-eing the twenty indictments against Thonva- H Kerr and the twenty-two against Jane*- B. Ri<-hmond for bribery in connection with the granting of the Broadw ay railroad f ran* bise by the board (rf alderman of 1884. Mr. Classen Released on Bail. New York. Feb. 8.—Ex-Prreident Cl*a—en of the Sixth National tank was released from jail yesterday on I sh sis furnished by his wife and Bernard Cohn, a real estate dealer Murder at Bellefonte, Ta. Bellefonte, Pa., Fell. John H. Nicd-deffer fatally stablied John Force in a quarrel about a woman. Both were prominent young unmarried men. Postmaster Appointed. W a KH I !*<; tov, Feb. 8.—H. D. Swmrthout ha* been appointed postmaster at Early, Yates wotiaty, N. Y. THE LE CONEY TRIAL. Two Reporter* Testify — Black and Blua Mark* on Anale’s Throat. PHI LA DELPHI A, Feb 8 —Cha I kiev taConey wa* greeted by several ladies ye-terda) w hen he took hi- seat in the Camden court Rev Kd w ani McMinn, pastor of the Baptist church at M«M»restown, at which tho prisoner and dead girl were regular attend-ant*, wa* seated by Let'* >ney. Upton Jeffery*, a rep»rter, testified that IzeConey toM him the la-t place he mw Ax e alive wa* in the kitidien, waiting for L .IlgtoSAI come in and get his breakfast. M'lUiain D. Brown, a reporter, said ta Coney told Ii im tile last time he .-aw Annie alive -he wa* sitting at the Ixvakfa-t Latde. Mi* Nancy Rota it- detailed at length the condition of tile kitchen and table, and -aid she -aw two tiuger-marks on the murdered girl’s throat and a few drops of bl***I on the carpet Mr*. Mary Dixon testified to seeing blueblack finger marks on the dead girl’s throat The next witness was Charles Shinn, a member of the jury. He heard looney toll two gentlemen the last time he saw Atune alive she wa* standing in tile door. This statement wa- indol sod by Murray, who wa* also present. SEVENTY ROUNDS TO A DRAWA DESTRUCTIVE STORM. IT 13 RAGING IN PENNSYLVANIA, IOWA AND THE WEST. Cal McCarthy aud George Bison. Iteotuiii-weight*. Fight at Bo-ton. Boston, Fob. 8.—The fight at the Union Athletic club rooms at the South Etui last night between George Dixon, tire colored bantam, and Cal Eel ut thy, concerning which there has been so much speculated! of late, proved a moat xtubtarn o«xito-t. Up to the forty-ninth round all the odd* were in fav*>r of Dixon. The fight, although mxninally bx* point* ami for medal*, was in reality a “blood” fight to settle the bantam weight chn m pion-liq* Tliere were grave fear- th.i* 'i.r scrap would he prevented by the police and ^ rat secrecy wa-olnserve*! in procuivment <>f a tall tor the contest. The men, however, ware allowed to face each tither, although twice during tile pn*gre*e of the fight live p*ii • interfered. There wa- a very large attendance of *|airting men from this aud otlier cities and large mm* of money were wagered upon th*' result. The next eleven round* were evener, McCarthy doing the bettor work At tin* end of the seventieth round the fight wa- declared a draw. Shot Hi* Rtep-FatHer. Danville, Va., Feb. 8.—John Beavers, colored, went borne while intoxicated and tagan tauting his w ife. The woman’* son by a former husband, Tom Arnold, warned him to «k«ust, tat thi* only made him ply the club harder. Arnold whipped out a pistol aud sent one tall through the body of his mother’s assailant, arui Heaver* fell back aud died almost instantly, still holding the stick with which he had beaten the woman. Arnold then left tile house and ha* not yet been apprehended. He is said to be a quiet, |ma*vahlc youth, not quite "JU year* old, ami wa* never known to be in a fight. The people in North Danville, who knew what a tad character Braver* wa*, nym^iathize entirely with the boy, and many are dis}**ied to commend him for defending hi* mother as tie do I. Races at < 11 Ron. New York. Feb. 8.—The weather at Clifton yesterday wa* clear ami cold with fairly good track. First rare, mile:    Roger first, Navilli* second, Inn*g**m* third; time, I :<Y». Second race, t furlong*: Esau first, B«xne-fit second, Bellair tliird; time, 1:27. Third rare, 7'* furlong-:    IT**Ugal    first, Tbeora *ec*wid. Success third; time, I Fourth renv. the KI k w* * »I handicap, I % mile*; W. Daly, Jr., find, Fannie Ii. second, Frank Ward third; tluie, 3:12’j. Fifth race, % mile: Golden Ital first, Rafter second, Dongaii third; time, l:<>3'j. Sixth race, (I furlongs: Krait first, Bradford •ereind. Red Elm third; time, 1:18. Three Men Killed Under Failing Build luge at Blairsville — (Hock House* at Dunbar Blown Dom a — The National locumotir* Works at Connells* Ute Partly Wrecked—A HI Iou* rd in Iowa. Pittsburg, Feb. 8.—A special dispatch from Blairsville, Pa.. to The Time* nays: The new glass works at this place was blown down during a severe storm lad evening. Charles Barr, superintendent, and a Mr. Biernsy, were killed and a unrulier of person* injured. The men killed were from Tarentum. Superintendent Barr is still under the wreck Another unknown man i* under the debris an I is undoubtedly killed. The Ixiilding wa-of brick ami is a total wreck. Pittsburg, Feb. 8. —A sj—*ial to The Time* from Dunbar, Pa., say*: A severe wind and snow storm viki ted this vicinity yesterday. A large -took house belonging to the Dvintar Furnace conqtaity and built on trestle-, was blow ii down ami totally (tatroyed, but nu (Hie wa- injured Old settlers say the like of tile storm wa* never known in this -cotton tafore Much damage is reported fr*xn Connellsville, Uniontown ami other pl**'** in tile surrounding country. The storm I* still raging. Pittsburg, Feb. 2.—A fierce storm of winp ami snow occurred in the vicinity of Connell* v file, Pa., yesterday. A |*»rt of tin* faimxi* old National lo ..motive works wa* blow ii down and destroyed. The damage will ta considerable. In Pitt-iqirg tile heavhwt -now storm of the vx-tn -**t in alnxit ll o’clock in the morning aud xtill continue** with im im im-liate pro* | tec ta of (ssndng. MIXNEAiMLis, Mini!., Feb. 8.— A *|**cial to The TriIxmefrom Cedar Rapid-, Iowa, say* a fierce blizzard from the northwest struck there ataut h o’cks'k la-t evening and is-till raging with uuatab-i ftfry. Hie thcr-nexneter ha* fallen about HU degrees in tile last ton hour*. K. j-trt- from the north and northwest are that a blizzard is raging and th** weather is growing colder rapidly. Bai k (‘entre, Minn., Feb. 8. -A genuine blizzard i* prevailing here and bul* fair to blockade the railroad* and other travel. Mason City, la., Feb. 8.—A special re|*»rt from Algona and Spencer and jmitii* further west state that a blizzard wa- raging. Here it is grow ing cold rapidly and tilers i* but little -now on the ground. F.va K« peel* to (iet Out Soon. Trenton, N. J,, Feb. 8.—Mr*. Rotart Ray Hamilton ho}*** to U> i*ardixied -en. Her friend* are circulating a isvtithxi iii her favor and it i* tieing numerously signed. Head Keeler Patterson of the htitto prison give* a good account of Eva. He -ays -he i* well behaved and industrvus, aud I* a “damiy” sew'cr on shirt*. She cun tack on more button* than a half dozen (rf the other female convicts. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. A Quiet Day In the House. Washington, Feb. 8.—Iii the bouse yesterday the -fleak«*r announced that lite journal clerk tad U*en ta-v preparing the new (vide of rule*, and that tile journal w;w not ready. The u-ual contest over th*' approval of the journal, therefore, did not take place. After the |Mt*Hage of several bill*, tin* bill appropriating ♦i’i.fihO to erect a statue to Maj. Gen. Henry Knox at Thomaston, Me , wa-detatcd at Monte length, rome mein tare taking the ground that the United Htatos should not erect a -tatue except in the Di-trict (rf (’el-umbia Pen* I ing acti*xi on the bill the h*»u.-e adjourned until Monday, Five Immterant* Bitliciit w Dollar. Baltimore, Mil., Feb. h.— Five Slavs were housed Tuesday at the Western police station. They tai been sent (XI from New York. According to statements made to an interpr**t(*r, they landed at Castle (iardeii on Saturday w ith*xit emxigh money among the five to j my for a toll‘gram TI ley have been sent to tile Austrian con-ul nit I ti** emigration comtnbwionere in New York will [irota-blv be asked how tlM^y hap|iened to admit th**-e foreigners, who are actually destitute. A K. of F. B:«iiqu**L A UBI'RN, Feb. 8.—-Ca vu ga lodge. No. 143, K. of P., gave a banquet at the OslmrM house in this city last night in honor of Grand Ctan< **il**r of th** Stat** of New York Jamex C. lh la11iore of New Y*>rk and Grand \ ira C’tuuicelldY W. G. Carpenter, of Hyra-cmm. It wa* a very brilliant gathering including all of the pr.*n*incut knights in Auburn and the vicinity. How the Mine Owner* Foolishly Ri*he<l Their Kruployes* Live*. London, Feb. H.-fif tta various the*x ie* advanced to a(-*oiint for the mine explosion at Ataryschau, the one moot generally m-ceptod is ttat Ute -ole reepotiMibilify rest* tqsxi the manager* who [ier-i*ted iii the use of naked light* and discardol even the iwmt ordinary .safeguard* against igniti*xi of ga*, ho aiixiou- wen* they to show their conviction ttat tile ventilation of the pit was perfect. Ttat it wa- as nearly so a* any mine could ta mud** I-‘fore the flooding of the adjoining pit for*-*-! the ga- from ttat chandler into th* next one, nobody denied, tat it* condition has not Issmi safe for at least a fort night }s»st. Tht work of taking out the remaining lcdie-is programing slowly, t*-‘ause of the fact ttat many of them are buried tanrath beni rn of *■< ml and rubbish. A fund has been started for the relief of the families of the (lead miner*, to which the mine owners have -utc scrihed liberally. A WARNING EQR THE DOCKMEN. Mr. T, P. U’Crxuior’s Htar warns the dock lalswere against reopening their dispute with the (Nxii|sinieM to the entont of a general strike witbtxit due delitaration and ample justification; otherwise, the p«{»er say*, the men will forfeit every *{strk of the {MipuluK synqiothy which wa* the prime factor in their former tnicmK, and without whicli they cannot hope to prevail against their ina-tors. Beside* this the laborers' unions would ta irrejmrably ruined, aiel incidentally every other trades union would suffer from any hasty and ill-advised action on the }*trt of the dockmen’s leaders. Through the dr*! ruction by fire of the hosiery mills at Bolton upwards of 4<M) perrons ar* thrown out of employment. A deputation (rf sugar refiner- waded upon Sir James Ferguson, under secretary for foreign affaire, yester*lay, and insisted that the government enforce the provisions of tile sugar convention. It i- villi-officially -tat*** I in Berlin ttat tile government ha- unconditionally withdrawn the Socialist bill. The German |»*s£nl authorities have prohibited tta passage through the ma JU of the Yolksanwelt, a Hociaiist paper printed iii CifH-iiinati, O. Herr H**yman, a dinm*>n*l merchant of Munk'h. lut- announced to his creditors bt* inability to meet his obligation- The imriie-• liutecauv of his failure is unknown, iii), liabilities are very heavy. A Hemen* rat Ie K«>ntln.«4i*xs> Rochester, S. Y., Feb. s.—Tbs Democrats of tta Se* *xkI a—**inb|y *l*-t• *ct of M*«i-roe ooonty last night uouiuiatcd Rotart Courtney for mcmtar *rf a—.‘ijibiv to wk -eed tile late P. Andrew Stifle ho. He wa* Mr. Sullivans partner in tta manufacture of cigars. The Hja- ial election will take pines on tta 18th inst Blown to Atwin*. Rnxnot t, N. Y., Feb. $, —Bnmuei Morgan of Rhinebeck, sub-coot rn* tor on the Delaware and Gt-ego railroad, m coar-e of construction through the CattskilK was killed by tta explosion of a dynamite cartridge near Bloomville. Hi* body wa- blown to atoms. _ A Manner First Night. New York, Feb. 8.—Tile find performance this season of Wagner’.- Gottordanimerung at tta Metro|*>lit&u opera house la-t night drew a crowded bou.se aud was greet*-! with great enthusiasm.    _ A Furnace Start* Up. Lancaster. Pa., Feb. 8.—Furvace No 2 (rf tta Chestnut Hill Iron Ore con pany wa* started yesterday af Par several year*' idleness. The furtive will manufacture B***»em«r pig iron.    ; A 'Iorderer Hanged. Mont vinery. Ala., K b s -At Jackwxi-vilk*. Ala., yesterday, Sam Dill, colored, was hanged fog the murder of J**e Smith, colored, I last Augu-i. He nuvlc no statouient. Fngland VI uke- * Concession. Baramkix, Feb. 8.—The delegatoH have in-(limited to (ta anttalavery conf* ten**e that England will maintain the principle of tta right of -carob on the high wa*, but in deference to tta objections (rf France is willing to renounce ttat right. Mitchell He*I* Jem Mites. Glasgow, Feb. 8.—The taxing match for (•unite tat wren Charley Mitchell and Jem Ma* e took place tare last evening and was won by Mitchell. Mace wan tadly [xinistad. The match wa* for $2,000 a side. To bo Put in Active Training Ixindon, Feb. 8.—'Twenty battalion* of infantry and thirteen batteries of artillery in Ireland are shortly to ta called (sit for aeti *'e training.    _ An Invitation to England. Berun, Feb. 8.—it is stated ttat the emperor has asked that an English squad nun litten I the coming German naval manoeuvre*. Cardinal Peed’* Ca** Hopeless. Rome. Feb. 8.—The {rfiysician* have pqp- rn'unced tta case of Cardinal Peoci hopeless, and those at his bedside are awaiting the end. More Officer* Arrested. hr,ri A, Feb. 8.—Three more officer* have In***n arrested in connection with the plot against tta life of Prince Ferdinand. Mr. Traey to Resume Work Monday. Washington, Fob 8.—Secretary Tracy ie expected to re-un a* his official duties Monday. II** I- growing stronger each day.ERIE STORE French shoe blacking..........  Ile Large pol chains  ........... 8c Assorted cake line, per (lox ........ !0o Extra strong bird ( age springs 8c Fancy *bclf bracket* per pair ...... 9c Heavy tea spoon*, 6 for  .......fie Heavy table s|M>ons, 6 for........... Ilk* Box wood mustard spoons,.........‘ic Box tin graters.  .........   2c Psteut broom holders......T.......    fie Combination stove lifters ......... 7c Heavy Iron stove lifters  ...... 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He Warranted tail steel kitchen knives. 9c Fancy antique oak towel rollers ... 18c 3 arm towel racks.................. 9c ti book hat aud coat racks   .KH* Fsrmer*’ lanterns..................34c Kitchen whet stones............. toe Extra strong tack hammers.   fie Large iron door bolts ..........  KH* National tea and coffee stand* fie Enameled bandle roiling pius ...... He Enameled haudlc potato mashers... He Unrd wiMid potato masher*   He Hard wood spoons................. 4c Butter knives..................  fie Butter prints...............  fie Full size hatchet .................25c Best steel knives and forks, per pair. 9c Handy fire tongs......  ......  .25c King lemon squeezers............IM Extra long r n pokers............4c Carpenters’marking gouges.......loc Fancy stone tea pots............ ..    I He Combination household tool........2fie Brass stove rests..................He Royal shoe polish..................10c Fanners’ monkey wrenches........2fic J.urge handle tea steepers...........10c Carpenters’ claw hamuit*ra..........10c Hound wood bread plates  .....10c Medium size wash basins...........fie Extra large Mize wash basins.......He lOqt milk pans, extra heavy, tile; per dozen...........................St Large Mize and heavy alew pans 12c Medium size and heavy stew pans .. 10c Pot Cli vers...................fie,    4c.    fie Tin bKNina......................... 4c Pie pans .................  4c Jelly pans.....................  Sc Apartment dinner pails   fific Fire clay pots, assorted sizes. .28 to 40cERIE STORE BARGAINS IN’CUSTOM CLOTHING. black mm miss suits! $25 REGULAR PRICE $30.BUSINESS SUITS I $18 AND UPWARD.OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION.TROUSERS!HEAVYWEIGHT. $3.75 and UPWARD. □J7’he* price* good until Feb'y. ITtth. E. A. SALYER, Tin € FUTRAL AV FN UK. LADIES! ll-yon want an easy and comfort aide hIioc. with a heavy Hole, one that will keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong St Co’a Hand Welt, common HL* 11 MC shoes. They will please you.-SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street, For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. ;

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