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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y SATURDAY, FEBRUARY K, 1890. NO. 5. REPRESENTATIVE QUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A WKW BULISO MACRIKK for rilling all kinds of the latest a trillion to the Mechanical Department of I-MinklrL Printing Companr 4 USXANDBB'S Coal and Wood Var.l. Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Depot All grades o( Hard and Coal, Wuodl Lumber, Shingles nud Lath Free leliT Correspuutjeueo lor wholesale lota K PROFK8STONAL, R. T ROLI'II, M. FKOM PliMtiunn and I jwn d nruy bton Kf Mdence, i entr tl Telephone So a Culls mav be left u I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMIiN I Wanli.l at mm loinl ,1 C3 liiivtlmx liiK I'av MU.II.IV ik Wiiniinteil k i iltuH iinlllt rue hvperlciu i I mici esxury IAS! Him- ftt VirHyinati, ICoi ImaU I, N STODDAUI 1'itiiit rmjs 711, Unslnugton, I) i I Piitintor the Patcntii Can-atK and l.i HKIIHI! Ttadc Maikaieiniihiod Alll'ntiiit con lueicd lor moilcraU! rics Infoiuuiti u Adslci. anil cial it (ticni i n suit on it juist ALEX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Gas and Steam Filter Special attontion given to Hamtary Pluralnng Kstirauleii glren uu PlnmbinK, oas titling..steam Heating and Uot Air t urnacwu. tl Third utreet. 1) B. omrORD, 23 and Central Are Artistic Photographer. InHUintaneoutt Photographs oi Jlttbics a speLialty SitterB need not wait lor eunsbine except for balnea. BOOK BLNDKKY-JAMKH IRVINO, Pro- prietor, No. 16 h Hecoud street, near liul- talostreet, N 1 Mu- etc bound In all stylea orders promptly attended to All work (uarantttod. IIUBCHEB'S CHOCKJCKY HOUSE, D SOB Central iveiino. Wholeaale and retail dealer in and Domestic China, Olasaware, Ac. yUAS. H. HAKIUH, 221 Central Ave lien- eral Inaurance, Lile, Accident and t ire Tore traveling insure vour lie in the old reliable "Travelers'." Keal Mutate Agent Lounft nexotmle 1 ou property HOTKL, Uatea, per day Livery and Boarding Stable in connection Uider, S35 and SI7 Lion alreet HAKIIKIt HHOP Chas Magle, Under Lake Shore National Dank, coraer Center and Third streets A Hue stock ol Foreign and Uomestic cigttra N, center street, ctical horse shoors. Particular Attention pud to Interfering horses. Shoving ol ion! ai J trotting horucs a specialty. D UNKIUK K> ENLNO KH. An advertising medium DCNKIKK ENGINEERING COMPANY Formerly Sellew Popwle Alanutacturera oi Engines, Boiluru, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Paturns, Forgiugs, Caaungd. ami MacEiioe Work to order T-vUNKIKK SHIRT CO., 308, 2U6 anil Certcr street, Manutactarera of tbe "Cromwell" and '-Dunkirk" porJect- lilting Dresa Shirts On aalo in all leading iurniahinjf, olothinf and dry goods houses in Dunkirk, Dr. TOOMKY, 4X4 and 416 l.ion street, L'ealer in Flour, t eed, -alt. Baled abates, etc. Kstabluhed, ISll EKIJC HOTEL and Uinlng Saloon, Union kaay at cess to all trainn and bint tnew houses, fivut aiujmmodalinna lor Com- uercial John J. Murphy, I'rop. EULKB8 CO., tn and E Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- holstering. Picture Frames mode to order. LA U. MATTKSON CO., 301 Central Leaders of Kashtou and Gentlemen Outdtters 1 f AKELI. STKAM HEATING CO., ataniifactnrera of Steam HoAliug Apparatus Sanitary 1'lumblng a Specmlty H OMB STEAM LAONDRf. Our specialties Fine Shirts, lOc, Collars, 2o; Laoe Curtains, tree Deliv- ery. A W Oummtngs, 2u7 etreel IIK. OtUM, Third at, cor of ItufTalp alanufacturer and dealer in Fine Boota A Shoes. HKNKV WKILEK-S NEW 8TOIIB, 108 K Third su Books. Stationery, Musical In- audweukly Faoorii, and everythieg pertaining to a first iUsa book dchooi Books a specialty. [OB FKINT1NO ot every dcsoriptiuiuind l lowest living rates by Dunkirk 1'riutlug K and 10 Seuond SI JH. VAX BITKKN SON, Fire Accident and Ironeial Inanranoa Deitl- in Kutl Estate and Loans, i'arjicnlar attention to Ihe care of property collect- ing rents Ac 219 Center St., 2nd iloor VT PHAR.MAOT, SOe Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paints, (ills, J. 1. 20 209 Center stnwt, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Saddles, Lridlen, collars, Trunks.W hips, Buffalo Roues, Uobes T W. Murray. 337 I ion Ml cot, A sneoi made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and fritting. Workmauahip l. ii fan Taira street. Fashion iblc Tailor, (jcutlemen will nml U to taeir inuigo to call on me before pun liaamg elsewhere FH. CAKK CO., Lion street General lieml.Oils.Puinter's Supliliea, Oil Cloths. Grat'to Ware A apccial- tyjof SherwuiWllUamsPa nt and Monroe range. 1VI.ING, such as blank-books, rs, and all kinds ol blanks done at R Dunkirk Printing Compa 8 and 10 E. Second St. RUDOLPH MOLDENUAUER, Cor Third and Buffalo Su., Dealer m Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me buying your eute-walk. ISLKT CO, 7 and 9 East Front itreek Whicky. Wines, Brandies. Geteral Liquor Store tor Family to Will.110 erred who an furnish ihorst, ami t, tlRir whole me to Lilt busint m rntnts may Ix. profit bly also vam es in ttmtiN nd cine-. H f JOHNSON I o ic M M on t K Llimoiil V i WAIT FOR F. D. MATTESON ROBKKT M'KAY, Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale. Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by tbe day or week on reasonable KID, J.W., 184 Center street. r .n Musical Instruments and dewini -irst class Organs. Msohmei. We make a specialty of Oral class makes ol Pianos and A Voter Oi SAM J. OIFFORD, got Central Ave. (Up General Insurance and Real Estat Agent. Accident, and Live Inanranoe. Prompt attention giv su to bnyinj and selling Beat Estate. Third Eioelaior Meat Market. Salt an  luta iniHliiK nn.l liuilthfiil Hnjni, i" (Krwcfk clvin (.uc d pav foi Hrt t int Addr ni mp ON WAI KKH, UjuikMlle fur Ki nt or s.ili> IIAt I OrlltSl -MfOIti JUKI btrH h littetj n d in tint (onliLKin Lll UI9( ILIIIH It lilt OlltK 'I Urtin lUntci Co SPRING 1890 cfc 15th. A full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. WAIT! Drunkenness Or the Llqior Habit, Positively Cured Llqior Habit, Positively----- If AIMIIUTIlim IX. NAMES1 aeUEN SPtCIf 16. fcln.1? ln a cup ol coffee or tea, or In ar- ncltl ot food, witncmt the know ledge of the per- son taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and will itreot a permanent ami speedy cure, whethei tde patient Is a moderate drlnkcroran alcobalic 'rreok JT NEVER FAILS, We GUARANTEE a complete cure In evei v Instance "Spaes LooS Aauieas In confidence, SPECIFIC CO. IBS St.. Clnclnnitl.O FORIMATION OF Notice is IcrohT gnon Unit I hint taken im son.Kuilnlnh Kndi.intn partm rehiii 111 me 'J! ani1 "mt will horoittcr In tondu lod uiulcr the Him name of Loins hoi li A. Son I otm KOCH. C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 MVTN ST. IH'FFITO N KU 1 an, MS Clocks, Sllrerware, EtfQRA J GOLD S1L) FI, VLA TIXG -yrr ATCHK8, JEWlCtBT. AC. BUT the Aurora Bftllroad Kepainng specialty. Fmnk sfETTfatrd 0L nr MOCKER, Merctumt Tailor, 816 Oratral CONGRESSMEN TESTIFY IN THE BALLOT-BOX CASE They Sweiir Theli bamm VT( I orged. H tuition That CAtnpbell'i Ittttlnitiny from Beginning to ml Ihe MUD Who Paid Vlood Where fU Oot It "tt ASUIM rov S K Mi Lean, thtowiiei of the Cimmnati luquim Usti fled U foi L thu ballet box (.ommit- tee that he did nut know ood }Ie was >wn tho t allot pupil an 1 -mid tli it be had IHALI MUJ it be! lit hu I nt MI Utn nilt it ltd in unj tmlJut Ux t ol I 11 at w h m time atnjjbell intUKlii'til th lull ti ,x bill, hu.s LHMH utttuni} foi 111' bailor oinpany He rtud a ll t I st I U >I 1 n of tlu i unpmiv None of tht i am s (f eenatois nud Kpusentatius r IIIIM 1 Ixnn signtd to tlie I p i u on thu list (.mxiuoi f ampin 11 lit! i >t the ;hUst jiiUn st m tlu I >x Minui 1 uiukpi jliMii I f< i ih (OM imthen tt MI HI that lu- t IMHC i i in s Jlit v m u n h ai M t fill} Iiidlot IKK (out nu t atn! w t mti i st d in im in tlie Imllot 1 I ill Jl Mi (nt w Uslihed that li U> Mi alU i s alti i tin ai ru U> n i I foi his t. nst s hiU ui ton f 1 11 sntIH d that hf pai I tht moiit m MI M 1 i i UK K 11 n JH i tale SKI tin v him to pu tin HOIK v H ha I Uoi nisliu t, d t< ko< p his on o 1 l nl u tt to tt n he on nnlwl wlile in en C pio-w d IhfMMtiH'ss tf) Insult a lit to win he had. Ixtn cunnnissionMi Wciod ihe aiis that he be liyved tbat an nnpusitiou had IK IMI piaptired n 11101 Foiakei and he thought the Int toi win ted to know something about iifi] nud with whom lie "us m uunmuni cattcu M( Kinle> tc tifitd that Jus natiiif to thf vtas a foi nines R F oiakti biothpi the ex govoi n >i, ih unit that he hn 1 told o I t j Iv tut the sinol e toi ship a-s st itod I.VKI b foi e the totnmitUt T Kattsof int innati, who had Indian apjilit unt tor tho smoke msjxt torship stated that od bad t< Id him thut ho nn 1 Ha Id m wde up a t f n the bi-ni fit ol the Id pnl xn ait} nnd that M isbj us with bun lilt (c timnttee nol until Mon lav A PRINCE UNDER ARREST The Son of tlie Cotnta PttfU In Charge by the Police PARIS, Feb 8 Pmioe Phtllippe, Dncd Oi lea us eldest bou of the omte de Pai is was an ested bei e estordav He ai ed in Pans the bearei of a lettci announcing thtjabdaation of hu father and formal reiuiiH lattoii of all claims to the I1 1 em h throne, together with a manifesto of the ile Pans to the people 1 he govern HiHit wns Hwaie of his piewnte in the city and he was at onre taken into uistodv foi violation of the law banishing loyal pittend era horn Ki an i ti M mini i of tht n tit 1 1 u n 1 it d his hu th i h tuition 1 In Ihi I O 1 an-. ti-, I at Urns anne mil It tl ie with the I of the Dut. d Ins pif-nn IK in0 mil nown tx> bodj nt-i lu tlm fumih H u ifti uituiK olln e utraiit with tin of ii'1-.lint; m the and uU i-.itx I Ihe n ot! Imt unable to enlist Jii ud it i I ii It U  h-t and dp hu in tl it h n >t oinu t i in e to n al t il Hi w i> ih u n t l 1 is a M I ML 1 w i i h 1 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 i i <_ tend t li in IIMI in I IH i t 11 in d h mt it Mi tl hi- tatlui tlK i nut I lia I ubl t I NAVAJOS IN ARMb v IUinK N.ar the Kcserva tlnii teut H MuH-ia  nj John 1m-, I t uit Dttiuuce foi ti ill Kit of S in .Juan rountv N M i uiitlv iPuiptiih 1 some hoists of J M h SUint whose taint ly had btcn rim off b> tho and the Indians aie also about tins lluie wtis alight tw tween Indians on the San Juan i j last i) uiU i and tioublc has been blowing i t a K nt thi oo lajs a i )o t In I nd the man who killed a uui L U i unshed 01 tlie is will ui I ijos could put S (XX) warriors m tin Sin Jimu uvoi sfttkinent in twent> foui In nit A nf w ot has sn r ICittai-on so tembly puii 1 tlit in in that A lt  piilthi nn nt I hcsi land-, will 1 e di-s d of 1 1 v ttlc IN nndtr tlie isu nsof thi iKstt id law Tn addition to tlu fees t m h will bt loquiud to IK i and ii]   aftei the wholesale h IK at Bai nwell has IXH n Lantaster a telo- giarn horn of an Alabama eounU wvuig; lit had Keaih the i man aud etl him to stud foi him The '-hei iif also >t a fiom a Ilumla nff saying IIP had Kuidy who is foi the numkr ot uof to 1 t tho man ilT I i has takf n stt ps to htvebuth mui lu I i mult hi u the ht man t an pos tivih b nltnliii 1 he ie flit ippi tuaiue i f two stumpers in IJat 11 IIT- n) httk nx( tU mtnt It is the tft'Mi ml btlh'f that men nu iMuth ei n dtttitues sent t< i tht puipise finding out tlu hnchtis umain ing in Hdiimdl several the men su I di-xip] (.ru d an 1 h IM m t MIK i_ Ijctn KM 1 1 h t intend ithern I1 Mi MI Ala lib s Ih nn is one 1 1 titt in st jHiulmi ihumtiis in AUUima HIUIN Ht wa-' indiistiuiis anil misethand bad in innulaUd an estate at (HIO IiffttiMims nnu lu luul a ban Knnie in nis U inn f ut U-d in the i it ctnu tei mid din-it 1 that In ant his hint lit i sh mltl hi laid t> th it i 1U ha I the mails nm fin msln tl w n h a w nMistund I and i iti L i soip ami t N an I omb and biush HiMisod to tin pluieduil} and tntike his toi.tt in tht maust 1 uui lit could not Inai tht i lea of IK hmiul un lei the giound and said if he nm t Ine again bo would find hi j IIH It in (untoit ible qnui ntnei man ltd an 1 es It is nndti tlint lit made a w ill nig his pi opei tu pt i -.t nal fi it nds nn I cUtiitabk institutions Aldi rnutii In ainulH I u r Ua Ft b iman W J tl t wan. house an I him >t J Mutoi i. of this i has di ipiHaud witli MOottbe hrm s mont> ui 1 i" supp 1 to iu Canada I Mt TMKN) in m of hii> il i Alls-, nuiia Blown who on leal i ing Mm1 hei inthu had abvonltd sintlor I'l Mti i an! insisted on his taking the mint} Di Mueti lagged the gnl to a< (ipt tlOO of it at the samo tune assunnghoi thatsht fih ml 1 want toi am thing as long us he had He is vet} wealthy Ihe of Browns flight is a gieat sh (.k to tlu (..immunity In addition U) IKJ- mg an aldt i man ho was also a meinbei of the L ai I of ti ustet s f public schools. A wt man 1 ni the taso Blown ib 53 jeaiN old Suinc HU father I iiTtt Hfif K A.ik Ftb s the United fet itcs unit a man named Miifran lias eti 1 Milt Peking to mrnei fK) IHXJ damages ti mi hisfathei m law J M Hollowaj ihe 1 ittei is a ii h i lantei ani Ints in Lonoke lit had a danghtei with whom Moigan ame infatuated She re- tuitiftlhis alfeetion and the tathei foibade entci mg tho house The joung i ouplt ilt JK 1 unno to this town and were maiiitni I p ui it turning to Jyinoke Moi nan all I on H and mfouiu. 1 him of tin mat) n0e begging toign Hollo- waj st i g-im and shot M Moigati was t  ihe steamer Niustua lalUu u ago In this case is in that >f tht tophus ftvti patunts f TI tht M H me time ng tht nitme of tht   hnndifd )i 11 st I tc tht p sd ihn of infutidii but thus lai no now t i h IM I SSHI i lib istnU torn mi si u h i i i tt a ision m the case of la' s u d JI Hit s Ji owntis ot lit I tin up is nulls iqamst the h i it til (tlii tnmoad (omtmniiH n i i it n; I im int 1 his aso nnohf d ihi pusti, i t h i n hUeieuce in tbe i it -s i ji in t i I t un piodin ts f r nn In dtui ai I tu t t i -M. il ar I points i> gal Invitations Keoulled riM.roN, Tel> piomi-knt and Mis Uai uson in MOW of therefont niflu tions in the families of les Blame and 11 a e i u alien] all n itatu us issued to pnhbc and dinuei s until attei Uut Pu'bident Morton and the cabi nt t members have also recalled all im itations to stum] Ihe oflkial social season i-thus pi at t Kail} at an end Don't Mant to Fmlgriitp. S C ,Ftl> We are ojv- posed to ing foi Afi it a We ton tl Linn theBauiwell hntlung and we are m of the lilun bill feuth aie the ex of opinion ot the >nituun Mtth odist chinch A uil committee appoinkti to rejMJi t on tht condition of thui ch and statx has submittod u set of rtsolutums of nhu h the e are the mam points t ej the general the negioof South Car olma and are a prominent plme ui 'Ihe Chinch, theioal oigan of in South C uuhiia A Meamei C.lvcn Fcb is now genoialK behevd m shipping ruclea hcie that the Bi itish sttaniship Dumna Cnpt dson cloaud at Glasgow Dec il foi this port, has been at sea with her crew of fifteen men She was due here fifteen aeo Ihe dismantled lejwited a tew davs ago b} Capt Balls of tho steamship Biampton is uow believed to b} thewiotkol the Domira A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STBEET, Of Iroqnota Hotpl, Mlis I'alraer R Debnt ORK Feb 8 and Mi's Palmer's n pptioii afternoon to uitnxlure tlu n Lih to sot %vas attended b} iKiulv a thousaml giiists among them iimnv jt isnns pi eminent in diamatic, aitis- tic an I sotial cm les Ibe housewas sujwrbly let  Mourin hlabbinl Deunen in the stiett petty A Centcnnarian'H Birthday, PITTSHHD Masn Ftb S Mrs of celebrated her 101st MsUuliy suiroLiided hv and fi leiuU bhe it, remai kabl} energetic and attiM In Hanger of Lynctilng, Ga Fcb are enter- tained thut the negro who entered the of A Rogtrsat Camak ba and kill the pro- priutoi, will LK. lynched. WEEKLY RITIEW. A VERY PERPLEXING STATE OF BUSINESS REPORTED A lark of Activity Shovrn, Perceptible Impiovtiiient ttt Now A Ontii in NVTT Indux- tiles >noy Sttuclj and Not DUtnrbed h) NFW Yom Hh s -R  and sli uvi in uu sntista at si I ouis nifJiti )iit-d ns >-l w m ft t IntiM M fidaili Iphn luit b tutions itt M IIHV u lu-ic not tin ti t IMII y has n in MOOOiKM) luniii, the wetL mm. than il has paid out A AIN fS NS The v ihmii1 (if i busings m sei-iin to he IP vi ai ti iti'Iv n twl tliun nsiiwl hv llu pu tu in tl i 1 inks wliuh in hide sHftUniHnlt m t ins n tnnsof months I IIP Uainus an I N w tik last a Kuin i> t nt last and m Jan iai> a n if 10 ppi cut 1ml in burnt ln-s >j ti nk hits tin 10 bom s-i itisid lalilt nn n m new tiunsac lions Hi1 ti idm lie nidi wl nioio nttnt thin PUI Ixfoie at this stason, the 11 n Bj un HUM IIK nt is lai g  not f n thi, m im nt t t in 1> LIU ni insults lion is iinuii-t iK ihlv wtiku ut 1'iLts lit if Host in sul s fni the vunk bem pines ot ai most all domestic vvouls aie liwei whilo at Hiilflth Iphui the ti n lo is LXtinuidinai ily dull in pail Ixi lusi. if failings thi ntai iiltu tuti is unhiding some of sti >n st in SMI i onsi lu inj; ttie pi pi itt t si nt nulls doun ioi a tune tint 1hc i in ulati in it Ulis gncnls in doj) is Inn K in iv Itt. n In wl Jhw excep lion il ith t ]s-uftli unt (a tsn fui dtpits sum in business as in IWK ts and of wliiih u ttuK i s hold au unsold suiphis and n L aie bn> ing littlo fbo c itton inaiiu fai turts arc well up to last yeai in pioiltu tion but without matciwl uuieusi1 THI- MONFY MARKET The doing of three banks last followtiil this week 1 1hcii n b ibditn tutn under whu h an- to thp puhlu but appeal to nnph iDstointinu of ubstiucU'd jjioiiertj In sonn body 1 lio local maikct haw notbteii and little Upicssion has in thu Ic maiiat uhiih is held stubboinh, tho pi ices ing aquaitei of 1 pei tent lower than a ago HIP tialeof the (onntiy seems to sbiink a littk as is natui al aftx, i the inons nieiit of last and exports and imports at Nt w Yoi k, both show some line in c onipai isoii returns, as usual UK lad lug no spetu> but men BuMnt-ss faihn es dm ing tho last on da> s number foi the United States and for Lanarla iJl as tompaiocl with J'M upek and thp lous to the last tho 001 losjxm ting wwk lust yeai thp wen? ippusuiting J7> iu thu Liuteft Static and in Canada Mr. 1 d rannds Threatens to TON Fib S natoi Fdnmn Is was so much annojed rhuisdaj the senate in setiot session, laid on the table [evolution in i elation to Pngo haibor Sninoa, that state I to senators that thei e n a-s an undei standing in the committee on fnieign uhliuns at the tinuithe uas uiuU i consideiation that a losolution like thi one otTi ixil hmiwotild be to in the senate and as tlio mem nnniittcc hul bnkt n taith with linn, he nonld his e on the m iiiitteL foithwith I lu inij itv ot Mi 1- 1 tnund-t s that on s  initial ion A Clime lintviN .11 VM Ala I Lb K Ki John B Reese of triianl, in this his ftVc] fiom the ounti the wi ith itt, i by the stoM of his I 1 lla avec, that she avvinlUtl h t lathi i some igu and has S.MII e IK u 1 id to submit to his ummtuia) on lu t lit h i I tjn >Ucl h i ipt urt to ease h( i i inst inn e, but hei tonditiun lencleit I fni rh i UKC aliiiont nnijc ne H tlie fa tin i >l i m n IIL 1 dan liters and his w ife is mg His Corn Wut I-uel KANSAS I hat ioin is fuel nuh di cidwl by a H luta Kan justic f m a suit brought to satisfy u dtlti i. (MX) A thousaii I bushels t f c orn bel to a iarmei named S tadman had IK en attached Steidmnn sas I IK was foi Jutland lhat a rh msand U w is not mom than luHicitnt to last a an 1 the justice tided that r the law ex( nipt a jtm s iuel the attaihnitnt could tic t h ihl Kerr anrt tree NEW YORK, Feb Smyth has handed down a dtxistn i the twenty indictments against Thomas B Kerrandthii twenty two agam-t Janit s B Hi hmond for bribery in connection with the granting of the Broadway raihoad fi im hiw, b} the boaid of alderman of 1SH4 Mr C Itt axe n on Ball NFW YORK, Feb H President Uaassen of the SiTth National i eleased f i om jail on bunds furnished bv his wife and Beinard Cohu a leal estate i Murder at HellefoKte, I'a Pa Fcb H deffer fatally John Foue in aquariel about a woman Both weie piommeut joung unmarried mtn Postmaster Appointed WASHINGTON Feb S D Rwarthout hus been appumted postmaster at Kaily, Ytttes N Y. THE LE CONEY TRIAL. Two Reporters HI ark nnd Miiikii on Ihnint PHILADFI PHU Keb was b> a 1 ladies tcln_j when, he took his in the aniden uui T Rev Edward M( Minn pastor of the Bap tist at Mooiestonu ot whuh pi isonei and dead attend- ants woshiated by Li I Upton IflloMs, a icpntHi testified that Let tol 1 him the 1 ist plate a alive was in tht 1 ikhni waiting f n LiufetKo come in and his lutukfast M dbatri 1) 1.1 own a inpotlt i sti 1 Coney told him the last time hi Ainue slip was Mittmg at the Liualclusi table Miss >amy Holieitsdctuiltnl at Jtngth the condition ot tho kitchen and table and said shesawtwo fingei maiks on the muul 'UHl gnU tin oat and a few djopsui bloiMl on the cat pet Mrs Mai> Hi Ton ti tided to ing bluo- bla 1, mail son dead gnU throat. Hie wns (Jiailes Shunt, a mombti of tho jm Hi, luui I Let oney t. !1 twogdilUnien the laHt time he saw Annie she standing in (he doot Ihih statement md uscxl b> Mini ay who alwo picirf.nl SEVENTY ROUNDS TO A DRAW Cal McCarthy nud ItunttiHk- w  wine h thcieliasUvn ho nuit h ninth n ot late pnntda most stnbbiin lonttst I p to tlw f )i ty ninth IOUM I all tin o Ids ui i in lav u ot Dixon Jin (ijjht although n xnnially f i! points and t n I its m nnbt> a blood' to st-Llle Iho bantam weight championship Iheieweic feti th i would be juivenU d tho p >Ji an 1 cat SKKH) m pi nn in I i hall loi the contest 1 he men, MM face en h )thei although pioguss of Hi j Ibei-e WRS a 1 attt n nun Until th an I ultn I biims ot vs i fiult Ihe pUMpn rom IK iveit Mo- Taithy IxtUi n (I U UK of thostnentkth lound n laiml a all to UM dm mg (1m le mt iTtuvl In i i of oit- i itli s ind I up n thoio Shot HU 11 ii Va Teh S )hji IlcavoM polou-d nt homo while mtoxi ut.d and Wilting his H ife iht woman s son by a IOMIIU hiishuil lom Vi nold n-unnd him to Usisf I ut tins onh mnde him pl> tht Inh hnidei nol 1 H Inj pul out n pist .1 and suit one lull the b ot his uiotho s HSS, dint and Jinavois fell lwu.lt and dutl nltnost nislaiith, htill hoi bug the stu k with whu h he had boati n the woman then left the htmst and has n< t v t Ijetn In nd< d Ho is said to be. a tjuit t txnuahk not (niitt old an 1 was nivii known to be in a tifjit I In in N  11 mmuttd linn fo1 du- ftu biid; his nn UiLi us In, ICttr  wusthai anil toll faiily HM! tint k I iisliH L mil (list s-t  i i t Lsau (list.Hi'ne fit s, H.H ,1, thu I imiL I Tlieoia su n 1 SIK.IXS thud time 1 ,'i I uitii i in 1 Iku M.d hmduup mil.s U Dih h I Himit H M.HMU! I tank at 1 HUM! in n 1 birth HUP, mil. >Mi n >d first Hiittti sM.iid tlniil tlni 1 0 Sixth tat d f m Hunt hist In idloi 1 second 1 rim thu I tun 1 If, A DESTRUCTIVE STOKM, IT 13 RAGING IN PENNSYLVANIA, IOWA AND THE WEST. Three Man Kllltd Under Falling llulld. Ingi at Mock HOUMI at Dunbar lltuwn Uowu The National Locomotive W..1U. at ConnelUville Partly A Hllirard In Iowa. PlTTSBuno, Feb. A special dtapatch f i oni Pa to The Times nays The now glasw works at tills an blown down dm Ing; a severe storm hut evening CUarlm Ban, iutemlent, and a Mr Bfoutoy, were uiul a nninber of piMbOUA injured Tbe men Ullixl nere fiauiTaiuntnin Super intondcnt Hair In still under the wreck Another unit umn man in undei the debt in ami m umluuliUxlly killed Tlie ImlMitig win ol bra U nnd U a total wreck ITeb A qyofal fn The fiom Duiibni, fn A severe wind and sncm sloi in mtoi this 11 inltv j e-lci day A lalge stool, housu Mongmg to the Dtmbat Pin niieo inmpauy and built on treaties, WHO bliniu down anil tutnll) ilesll uytni, but no one u mjumil OKI m-llluii siiy tho like of HUM m was in ttiin hectlon U Mm h ilanmge In ropoi tfltl from Con- I montmui mid olher plai en ill tin. sin minuting countrj Theslolm Is still ingniK J'minuno, Teb S floree iturm of winp and Mum oci lured in Iho of Omiiftl. Mill 1'n A pnrtuf the fallioun old Natioiml wolks w an blown an 1 The riamnge will IMS (iiiisiiliinlili. In HittKUtdK In snow stoi m i f the tt'nsnn set in alxnit II 01 loik in Hie inns Hill -I'll lontimiiin nilli no iin- im dwlo pioisiMt U of cuartliiK MiNSHAi'oi is, Minn Kolj H Kneoml to I lu> 1 ninny ft om Ltxlui liupuK lima lltxn fiom tlio noituwewt Mttutk flbout ri loi k lust anil still mRiiiK with uiiulubvl fill} The tiler uxiiiiHtar IIHH fulloii about W (logrw-s In the lust U ii h HII-H tw from tlio 1101 th and 1101 tlnvi st UNI tlnit a in lading and tin uuttlici is glowing t oMtM irtpiifly KALK I KMHH-, Minn Kub H genuine 1m line uiid bulK fair to bloi kailc tin' uiilioulx inn! other tiiwei M vh IN I m, In IM> A SJKH ial teiKirt ti )in -MKOimaud mid fin id >i tlnit H was lading Kfi-e II i- iapiill> anil tlmie in but iiiow on the gionnd A Quiet It iv In the HOUHC. Kb s the i tliesjMakM aim um< i I that tin loiniial tltik had! i n pit pin tlit n  tli appfiMil ot tho jouinal tlur IMI 
  • TUe UHhtnit u OnUai RvniMoiu Md Tib s SI ws were h Kiss, l lu s l iy at tin i n pi sin tion 11 u in I In ui nl MI in in New ot k Ai M (Inij; to iiMits ma ie to an mt PI t i tin Ian U 1 it t til 11 on Satmdin without ttioiirth moi ainoiu the Inc t j pi> T >i a tx li 1 h s nt to tht Vusfi inn n-nl nn t the i tnui cnnitnisMMH is m M k u ill pi, ba blv tiskc I h w tl j I i] ii Imit i-s ho an m tii dl> i I t n th Ot la waroand OtM'go in iour-.i nf inn stiurtiun thniugh the Cutthkdls, v, LS kill H! by tho explosion of a neat Bloonuille His botl} was blown to A MrHt Night NEW YOKK, Fcb 8 Ihefiist jxifoi irianre tins scayon of agnoi's ung at the Metropolitan op< ia hoiibe, lost night dicw a (lowdetl house and was gieetod with enthusiHsm ________________ A Kurnuce Ststrts Up. LANr-ASTfcii, Pa Ftb 8 No ?of the hestnut Hill Iron Oil) was stailwl i M verul yeaiss fdlwiww The fiutan will n inufa tuie pig iron _______ A Murdeivr Moxi AH I b -At Jackson- ville, Ala Sum Dill tolored, was hanged tog nundei jt J M Sniith ujluie'l, hiht August lie in id statement Fin tn (let Out Soon liiKMON, N .1 H -Mm Ruy Hamilton IKI jjai donad Hi r fi ii-nils AH' i imihitiiiK ft jmtitinn in hnr anj it IB IK niniiuioiisly HIKIIIX) Head KuijKr I'atteison ofthebtiito piiton gives n Kuoil aiunint (if Eva HenayH Bhe in well and iniJiiHtilpuii, and in a on shnbi Mm can Uu k on moie but- tons than a half diiiiun of the other female i K GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS How Ihe Owner. Foollnhlr Thalr Kinployeii' losuu. Peli S Of the varioiiK them Im aiUuiu 4.nl Ui at omit foi thu mine explosion at Aliei han, the one most generally or- tiil is that Uie sole loHponnihUfty tetiU in tin- minmKiiiM who in the um ol nakisl lights and evon tlm iniwt oiduiai> had jrnuidR oganiht of giw, uiixiinis wnip thuj their so ibcsl iall> A KA11MNO FOR THE DOCKUKV Mi 1 P O'Connor's Star wai lu tin- k i-s impelling their dispnlc with lln ciiinpamcx tho output of a gi nnral stnki without due delilititatlon and umplH juHtillialton orbc! w the tin' IIHMI will fcit ovory sjwiik ol tho p tpului' sympathy which was the prinio fa and ill advised action on the jmtl of tlio U Kkmcii K loadeia Through lh ns c f tht sngni OHM it IK s "ilhdiuwii tho Sodulist bill The (jormnn [Kistnl ituthnnlioH have pi r> lnbitofl (lie PIISSIIRB through the inaiL. of the Volksannt.lt, a .Socialist papoi ptmlud in C UK innati 0 Hen man a diamond monlmnt of JIumili IILS annoumod to his lux iimhility to nioct his obligations 'I hu imnii diuteinuM! of hih fnilnie is unknown Ills lialulities aio lnnvy Knelanil Conroiuloii. fiiti ssi F s K n by Mitchell Mnoe was badly punished 1 he match was for WO a side To be Pot In Active Training LONDON-, Keb 8 battalions of in- fantr) and thirteen batteries of artillery in li eland are shot tly to be called out for acti o training _________ An Invitation to England. BKRI.I.N, Kch is stated that thu em- pet or has asked that an English squadron tend the coming Uerman naval Cardinal CaM ROME Feb Ihe physicians have nounced the case of Cardinal Peed hopeleaa, and those at bis bediride are awaiMng tha end. More Officers Ai raited. KOFIA, Keb 8 more officers hare luun arrested in connection with the plot against the life of Prince Ferdinand Mr Trsicy to Work VlonAmf. Ftb 8 Secretory Trury a expected to resume hw official tluUtw Moo- da} II' is gt owing stronger each daj. 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Sc Tin bnnins 4e Pie pang 4c Jelly pans 5c Apurtmeut dinner palls 8Tic fire clay puts, avsorlod 96 to 4Uc ERIE STORE BARGAINS IiVCUSTOM CLOTHING. BLACE OUSTED IliPDEIED SUITS! REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS! AND UPWARD, OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION, TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. and UPWARD. jitiiefi qiuxlunUl Veliy VM E. A. SALYEH, CKNTKAI, AVRNCE. LADIES! Il want an easy anil comfort- able alioc. with a liuavy Hole, one that will keep j-our feet dry and warm, got a putr of D. Armstrong A Co's Hand Welt, common souse shoes ------They will please 3-011------ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe's.
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