Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 19, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

March 19, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N Y , WEDNESDAY. M A RTI I l!>. im. NO. B Ii HI’ It KS ENT A I E USI NESS HOUSE* A I.. OK DUNK Hi K MW Kl' 1.1 NC* MAI'HINK I* rub!)] nil tam*, of blunk# I* the Iftlfsl aiidtten ** Meek# ideal    of Dunkirk Print >«if* I WU* <1 Yard, J! MIU1 Nickel Pi* All cmd* - *>f Han’ .ail * *0 ' ' IC# *wl I -ut lf tf fog K).ok**tlt l>* it; » I.FN \M»» li t* I <»h A    Central Avenue . ll ! >Ot W    Lu inlier, “inn leii v    Cm    ri    i*|*oii    i«    i    w lull CIU*'I. ‘tis Central Ar* * ll. OIFFOKD, SSS #11*11    HH Artistic I. {’holograph# of iced nut w»*l .hitch Ila IU* I* lf I H KJHJI'lUitX nun-hi ne e*1 itl**i Mi f*» I >t*OK IIIMtHlV I I iipi tiir, No. Iti K (nit* street, Dunkirk, «,< , Peru pi* leis, etc., ti ar anet ii rttti n l*-l to -.UMKfi I RVI KO, Pf* Secant! -dreet, nest Bs-N. V. MhjfHstnn** J*. out* I in all attics- Order All vt ark iruarHnt* c't IWK KKB1 mil hK, I .I IU tit.ICS I I 4>    nos    Central »»«*•» 'Vholesaie .tint re WU I tinnier ut I iota** ti* t tuna. Glassware, A . |M>rU*l an* I • HAS. II. ll A Hillv 2.1 Ut \ * erat Instilanet*, Lite, At defat-* traveling it.“tire v> ur fellable **'|,r#»eler#*.” U*ai L-wu# iM*a«*listf I on p oi«!riv. trat Ate. lien lieut ami Pin* tic iii U»c oh ki-Ule Ajrwnt * iiiAi:TAi;yi a iiotgk. # \/    Bate*.    $1    per    day Cir. rv ami IM*#*.in**? Stable *n * ohm * U -i V ic tor Hider, A hI ami .CIT Cum street , .ITV ItAKIlhK M*t»»* Cy    <    hats.    te.igle.    Prop,, U.nloi Lake HUtrrc N.tUun*i Hank, <a*n*« center att i Third strewn#, A tine slta-k t I©reign anti domestic izar# , ONHI.IN A ISON, I ,    •i.it'-    *.cnl*Ji * Pieties) htirae-siua’ia. Pa. im inlet it ritiK bul ft**, n . ir ai.i.M bona* a #|H**roii.> .. . .. alit mn HIK til ii Hoi rtta* Ii (J Mi I KH. Kl I.NIM* UB1KH' I K. Lai neat Daily tv Cue County. An unequalled a lv«rtid»ig medium. , CNK I KH I Nil IN HK. Kl NII DDUMM. I J    iorir**4i>    Mellen A l*«i|qde. jtanufactuivr ut hugiae*. Boiler , I un* „* *, •hafting Haulers, eu. Paia rim, I urguig*-a. nnjts, ana klscliiat ll**rk u» order. aoli i>4 o I kilt •I - ti iii Ilf. I || NKI KH I ) I < ll!* MI HIT CIK, JIB, street, MaitKlaeluiwa ’Cromwell” and •‘Dunkirk” perk Dr**.# dint*. ‘in salt* in itll Ina'I IU# I urinate i»g, nothin} anti dry g«»***G brome# ut Dunkirk. P. *. | r. colitis t. It,    i    m    ami I t* in aiel in Clour, peed, olla tea* el**. Eslailisbt'l, kl! * I Lion sli vt, alt, Baled Hay, Pin , iii P. IIUTI I. anil it,rn tot a Jfc* I ti* poi Linty acceaa Ut all wants ai. tlOUdOte#    ai'Culliii** * ut riiittt Traveler#- J • iii it J- Al urphy, I fop L Itll *n I bus L ti l-i.O A Iii., HT ami Sib E ii fiord sireeu Pun furniture. Cabinet Ware an*t Ii' .uriit(-. I’icture P rallies ti wok to tinier. t Ii. HAI I" P. NI Pf* £ I It., lo! Central Ave . tam*it isoi P antlion aint Gentlemen Outfitters. VI.Kl I. SiUM ll P. A TINO C K. a alan u fat*, lurer* ut steam 11 ca ling Apparatua. Njnntary Plumbing a Specialty. t OMC. STRAM 1.AUNDKY. our -peelable*:    Pine    shirt#,    loc;    eolian, J©* t uff! Ie, and Lace Curtains. P ret* Deliv-V U I uinmiugs, 2t»I I enter street. SI ii. ti. «»i ii ti. I- Third fib, cor. of Buffalo amt <tea erin Pine Boat*A hi* d:.nuf etnrer J i jinrtlfi Iktukf.SUUoiiery, Musical In •lr.anents,kiai.a/i:*ei,l*ail.v aiel VV *t kl} I f ief #u*i evtryuoi a pertaining tea Hr* #* I* It fib SMt&O* **    #1    P it I tv « IxHlli J Oil Pill ATI NI* of every *k avo! living isles by iripli**u ami al Dunkirk Printing < ouipany, 8 anti IO K .-ectonl A, ors in ll. VAN Kl KO * Accident an't General IU ai P-state aiel I SON, Fire I.tie, I usurac * Dt-.ti ivtnr.    I *«r .teal.a Ci>i.« *t Atu.ui."u i*aut Ut the e ne of propcrt) nj reiit> AO. 21V* I/enter st., 2nd limn*. .VI O KO P.’S PH VICHA! V, .ut* t eutrat .wen it* e .aquarter* for W ait Palier Pa,a*a. O'. ; i^llKlNS, J. Wa 2***.» I euler »tr.*et. Maautectuivr and .ica'er in Bai rn- s >a-l >, 11 ** «t t t*llars, Trunks,ll h |»s, Bunal.* ta* it • t-c5* vt rs.t.loves,Miltcnsrtn*isle.gh ii" A*. JI t*C HOI TI \ f    lf    CBM* K tsbianabte T.v!k*r, I* their ail vantage t* cal! t i>i-.‘*rht ie I hird t.nel. * iitlemen will find it I it roe l*efore iian luwni ) it. CARV A i 21 I ti, net#* ilai‘*iWarr ^uuaitta. .iii t.kMB*. .,i ,<tht mfd. *» ilkaui# l*a. * tan » Hour st i tot S Iou* I a*a * I, * *th i n.i. ie VV are. Pan UT* A -|»e*aa I PIA >»i. - tell as l>Unk-l ■toll' i et Jg' !* r# ti glint, amt I kin*)*bf blanks done it Dunkirk Prtn'irg Company, gaud *0 P:. Sti'owl >l» MOI-DKM1 ti p.IC cDOLPH Cor. Tlnnl a*.-I Buflal** sis , Granite, Man ne, P'iagfnng anil C'all on nu* Iwftirc birne K I realer ll* lim Id mg st*»ne. our bhii’-wa a V, \ I s|A' X & CO.. 7 and v* East Pron! dnet Whisky, Wine#, Brandies i.eral Liquor st*»re f«T P'aimly Cst \ cry Mabte n re a.- -natl* non PKT NPK AV, (don street, near the depot. ibMwdtng, Nate. POWI aud I BtaUiBf by    ‘*n>    or ter ins. - %\l 4 cifpP'Oiiir, 3«m Central Vie. U { S at ti.-* General Insurance im! Bual I ta V*ent. I lie, Life, Ve.it.nl, ana L,*e -o* I nan rant*. Prompt a Ken Won mvia b* l.u.ii* and Muling Heal Estate rp C. AOIi RN. i    74 R. rh I rd et., or. Deer. Kxoelaiar Mmi Ma.MC * re*ti, nad kmiAed VI,ai#, l.artl, ".atis tge*, •»' sten-Po-itfJPT. an un VV VV f A TC MKS, JRVVCI-KV. Al. Buy the Aurora K.aKr-wi*’ vt ,irh. Re pa I nag a specie**'. k rank P. .Stapf. dfi P-. Tl.ir*! st TM. Vt CK* HRIC Merchant Tait**r. tjg t ^nlrs I ! PKOP'» NSION V . J » T. ROLPH, M. IL, •    phv-jeian    ami Sui jr*<»« ,.Anr,»r Lfiu’l Drug SP*re. D*'1    Residence,    Central V Telephone No. ti Call* mat lie left at I vtia’s PEnAl announcement evi “ Pa * TODD AIC) A I O., Patent AU'-rne >M , Washingum, l». C’ .opP I d. Patent Of !•*« Pfibirds i anat* and Ii** Issues seemed ,’r#d« Mark# agister*!. All Patent butine** lulu* id vice •I I* iii*I « m slerate pees. Information ,.***i#l r* i* »ei»<*es sent on request jlN red t la cl 4 ,|MMt tm rn VlONTlI can in* mal rkhBg far in. Perwm prt mt'i a horse an i give their whol* mr to J In bd.ie rn*. S,.ar<- tn**mcnisrnay be |*. out* j'y sn, oyri ii a. A few vacancies in town* ..j, i hi 8, F. lOHN'fJN A CO., totjy M.iir «t, t<n I,mon I, Va, The^ihtbrmcn Elders’ Book ■ t/n 8- JL d r'trrngth, ms. s<l Irs# to man I* 4 uuu, a^lOki V.B. Croiiah,Ra UrmadtC. h'ev Vera ai, NT' VV ANTI I >- To sell tin* n»ll- \ known #iul I***! eu*lt*i **t*d reiue. IJ in the ■|ii!*,*l Mate a for the cure of I atarrh, Avthni* Irom-hitis, Hay Fever, »»r any disease that ail Is* reat-heti thr*»u«h Ike l.rewtliing *trgaiis. :**r which I11" i**r eerie eau is* made, poi tarth uSars ad let***, Tiik ( tit Bour smok r Balli o. < Im ago, III. MKS. FLACK RATTLED. SHE DENIES THE IDENTITY Oc HER SIGNATURE. No Positive that the One on the Petition for Divorce was Forge*1 that hhe Didn’t Ilerognire the Clue She Wrote Herself. FAtruordinary Duplicity uljlrr Son—she Denies excessive Drinking. New You, March PA—The Flack con-xpiracy rase wa# reMiriusl y.«Hter*iay. Judge Bookstaver w«» til* first wit ness Ile testified that lie bad not noticed the .lutes of Hie I*nj»**rs he sifned. H»* bad seen no one inter ested in the case on Mrs. Flack'* side except Attorney Meeks. On croas-exatnination I t reated by the government. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. A Statement Regarding the Suffering Indian#—In the House. W amit Soto*, Mar* b HF- The senate ym terdar took »i]* the urgency deficiency bill, an*! art appropriation of JkY<kNt for the im me.iiate reiuf of the Turtle Mountain In diana being proposed, Mr Teller controverted stateineiit# lately ma*Ie by pulpit an*! pres* in reference lo the Chippewa# He said then were bat .IDJ American Indians there. Th. remainder were British Chippewa* wh. *iiouid tie sent bark to theii O’, n country. The laud now «>*cupied by these indian* had belonged to the Sioux, ami ha*I U«en |>ur chased and f*nid f*»r bv the 1’nite.i Stater Veer* ago, and the Indians I ad t*eeu given • fine reservation iii MumimoW, hut had re fused t.» go iheie. Ile .leuied enifihatleady that these Imiiuns hail b»>en improperly SA HSIU.'KY ALARM KI). AN EXPLANATION OF HIS RECENT UNUSUAL ACTION. SPUING 181)0 c I I D. MATTESON cfc CO WAIT • FOR i i r 5 1 i fj n ) Spring Hat, Li aku day. March 1.1 Call and See Them G. O. Penfold Manufnrturer nnd Importer, aru MHN ST., BUFFALO, N. V. UKALER IN DihiuoihIh,    W    atelic and Jewelry, < l*n*ka. silverware. I.enther G*e*d'. el**. f'XU ll A Pf .VO, OOh D »f SIL IKR PL 4 TISO K CoMIM.KTF. UNK OF HOUDA Y GOODS . * 1*1*0* Mil HAIN ST IC KET* InqiKUK Motel, runkennsss Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cure^ sr ADM1N1STIRIN8 SR* HAIMS' 60LBCN SPtCTlC. It ran be give* in • cup of coffee or tea. or In ar lick* of foot;. W about th* knowledge of the per* ran inking it; It I*ab#oiutely harmless and w .1! eff.-t t a |>ermanent ami iq*ee*ly cure, whethet i he |<aiicnt I* a moderate drinker or an alcoholic *vr«*» k. it NEVER FAILS, " e GUARANTEE aoomidete cute iii cvei v instance. 48 page book FREE Addn**Ibcot)fldeatw,    .-.I • OLDEN SPECIFIC CO. »3" Hac* St.. Clnclnratl.ft Ely s" qatar RH ie?m Bdm Judge llookstaver testifte.1 lie did not suggest the name .if Benjamin VV right la* uwed in-■*ieiid of that of Judge Moneil Witnra wa* sure he .lid not, when making the order of referen.v* in July, jmt on June AL Ile di*l not think the name Joseph Me**ks aud his own signature were in the same ink as June 8. VV itll**** Ha 1*1 Meek* I im* I not askoi him to order tile palier* iii (lie case soul *d up. Th.* alU*ratioii of the palier* iii the old mu it to b*> use.I in the new was not done in aceonlane** w ith bis instruct ions He denied that Meek* got in this diHlculty bv blind obedient U* his instructions Wit-ness ha t .wily' ordered the |tackage of j*n|t.'rs in the Flack rase t<» la* unsealed when ap|.li* cation w a* made to him after the publication iicneral conteni|R wus felt throughout the court nom at the atleiupts <»f Meeks to save himself bv making hiiiiseif hii|k*hi us m tool of Judge Bookstaver. Frank M. Tichenor. lawyer ami notary public iii the of!1 ce of Benjamin VV'right, tes titled to the Hlt«*rati.>n of the date **n the aflidav it of regularity, sworn to l»efore him by Benjamin VVright AU the palier*, including the testimony in the divorce .nae, were read by the pro***.-ution. MKH FUCK ON THE HT A SD. After re.****®* Miv Mary Flack took th.* It and. I hi ring h**r straightforward t«*ti-iii*my against the defendant* Mrs. Flack ws‘me.1 to have difficulty to keep from weep lug The sheriff tn<»ve*l uneasily in hi* seat and the fan* of his s.,n rlu-h.sl when Mr*. Flack took the stand Mio tried t.» evade Finking at the defondant.s and most of the time hmked down in h**r lap. She said in a half-weeping tone that sh** had l*een marritsi to F'lack forty years and bad one child A Glut two year* prior to last summer F'lack ts.id that th >y could not ! live pleasantly together ami th** latter t.**k j anoth* r ro<un She afterward .Keupied an- j other room in the house in Fiftv-seventb , street. They ha*l n»*t siu*v occupied the | same chandler. Last March Sheriff F’lack j had &*k**d her if sh** had »h*riih I to aglee to a se| ta rat KHI. Sh** said: “Have I nut alway* J U*en a gtssl wife to youf" lie admitted it,1 but said that it was clear that they couldn't t live together pleasant Iv. Mrs. F'lack, when call I ujmn to r.*late the «*.*iiteii*.s of the s« | mi rut ion paper*, broke cml- j pletely down and put her handkerchief to her ' fa*e. Her v*»i*s« was sm,.tli**re.l in folm ami she could not proceed f«*r several minutes. Q. — Biti you sign a    la-side* the sej*- aration jiajs-r f A.—I cannot tell ani thing aliout the second pajH-r. Willie told me it was the d< *>d of tile li«»use I si: ii***I it. I signe*l both of them. ! I H^ke*l Will if I calid trust him and he said * Yes, mother, I em your own tl.-sh ami blo.*! J ami you can trust me.’ She said that there was no notary present when she signed tin* japers Th • |*aj*ers were n**t read to hor. She kn**w Jarl *y- M*mi-nell but had seen him only three *»r four t iniea When aske.1 lf sh** had ever knowingly signed imper* for divor.s* s k* stat*sl that she I bud never signed any j«.|iei> ex.s»pt the two mentioned. Judge Bu SM* 11 began his nxiKs-exaniination by acting the jmrt of a «ii*silnlaster. He w ‘intel to know if Nits. I lack went to school when she v «s young aud if she <T>uId rend writing. To th**se «p*es’i* us ' rn. Flack re-pli.*d in 11h» atTirmotive. Jmlge Ilussell then bendel her the manuscript .it <«»♦* of tile I*#}#*?'- til the »liv*.r.s* case ami ask**.! lier to read it. During the titre the examination had linen in jirogress Mis. Hark had linen nervously twisting her eye-glasa»'* until at last she broke them. VV lien asked to read the j*a|»er» she sh**w«sl the broken glasses. Jmlge Bussell gave her his glass*** Mrs. F'lack protested that she could not use the glow**: that shecmld not read with them Judge Russell iii-ot.sl and Ju-lg»* Barrett sustained him. ; Mr*. Flack put on the glasses and iii great j excitement, which at «»ne ti*:ie threatened hysteria, read slowly *cv nil sentence*. Ju.lge Huswll then t*« k h,s pin *, I \ h* r side j and j*Anting at the words nod letters, Mrs. F'lack laboriously f. lk*we«l him, and as well j as h.*r nervoumea* wraild jierinit, pionoum'eiJ i th** w.ir.ls Mrs. F'lack C'l'eatdly interrupt cl the proceedings by saying that the *ignature to the I document was not hers. The document was lier alleged disposition U-fcre th*- referi-e. “It is fnl*e,” site exclaimed excitedly;‘‘I never signed that j*aj*er." She denied that sh* drank to excess as has been itll g»sl. V* hen i i company she drank u littli sherry wine, but never f**lt the effect j of th* stiiimUnt. DLN (Kl) UKK OU N SION VTV KE. A Anal clincher on Mrs F'lack'* ability to I lei! her own si gnat ii r<* was when Judge Bu.**- * s- ll hie.d* .i t«* her a document and a>k*sl h*-r if Hie signature t<* it was h«*r ow ii She po*itiv* iy ami n'p ulelly said1 that lie* signature was not her*tun. Tie*' document in questkai was Mrs. F'lack'n own petition to set asale tin* proems .lings in tile divortv cast*. This created a deckled aensrftlnn, during whk*h Mrs. F'hwk sat unmoved. Mis. Flack j adm it ti si receiving *'2f» per week promptly after their filial serration, aiel that she now ms-ive* the same ai ie HI UL She sai.l she is 5S years of age ami was 19 when *he married th** nberiiT To Mr. (biff she subsequently *ai«l sh*- was mistaken when ■he denied her signature to the |**titi<*non which the divorce was set aside. The defendants wanted the dhtrh-t attorney to keep Mr*. Fla«-k where they could get her if they w anted b»*r atrail!, lait Di-drict ! Attorney Fellows said they were through with her ami the defense must keep her if they want her. Sin* then left aud court was adjourned until to-day. Mr, Dmwes s|sike favorably of the Whit* Baith r***eriati *n He would not oppose I hr amemlme.it. which was agreed to; also an amendment for preliminary investigation for artesian w lls for irrigation purjsisen; a|s propriating f JP.dOP, ami fid,bim for the fid' commis dim The bill wa* then pnsMsl The Blair educational bill was taken up, ami Mr. Hawley argued in opposition t*> it, A'h** bill w as bed enough and went far enough n the direction of trt^i*aseiiig *m state nghb sn*t «t.itc duties; but, more than this. it altHiidoued the original theory of the government aud launched the government intr an unbounded sea of wild scheme*. M -sr* Moody and Chandler sjioke briefly in support of the bill and it then went ovei until In-day. Sev.-rml public building bills on the calendar wen* taken up ami passed ami the senate at fido p. m adjourned. IN    HOtniK. VVashinoton. March 19.—The house yesterday a b-i-ted a resolution calling on the secretary .if tie* int«*ri*»r for information a# to w \ M r a saving <if expemliture would Ie elf ‘e I bv the trai»sfer**f the {tension bureau to the war department; also one calling on the secretary of the interior for an estimate of money likely to be needed for pension arrearage* in <*ase the lur.iLition of arrears act is rejiealed. The boun*’ then went into committee of the whole on the {tension appropriation bill. Mr. Morrow of California **N|tlaiue*i the provisions of the hill, whi<-ti appropriates fW,427,44|. He tb*Hight it might lie as*unie*i that the maximum of pension exiiendituira wouM Im* reached about July I, IMM. when it would reach fillSJ.OOO.OUO ami the numlier of pensioners w ould Lie ToO.fiOO. Mr. Sayer* of Tex*xs dis**u*»e*l the pension system us affected by G>th ai ts of congress J ami the administration of the service. He 1 s>* Cere Iv critidaed the a* I ministration of the |iensioa office and cited many instan«H*s where he claimeil the decisions of the bureau were in***>rreet and improper. II*- wished to call the attention of the house ami the country to the manner iii which the pen won system was tieing administer^!. Fe thought that there should lie a thorough investigation of the system in order that complete justii-e should lie ilone bi men wh*i fought for the country, and that the bounty jumj**!-*, the men who hail been laggard, nmdit I** stricken from the roll so that a place on the roll might I#* evidence of loyalty, of lira very and of servile to the country. Mr. Peters of Kansas said that for the first tun iii the history of tho country tho house ha I before it a careful and concise ♦wtimate of wliat th** ex{#*n«liture of th** pension bureau would Is* during th • next fiscal year. lie defend'd th** aduiinGtration of the bureau. While he did not defend all the aet# of Commis loner Tann r, he could only say t'f rh it ofihvr Im I I ii >well in the wake of his predeces s*r, Den. ;'ri<*k. I Voiding fui’th. ■.*«!.,■!> ’.nj the committee roar mid tis* holist* at 5 p. iii a ijourned. A Meeting Csllo*i I** Im pres* MI# Follower# With the Idea that Unity I# Absolutely Necessary to Preserve the Tory Control—A Fontluental VI ar Liable to Follow Kittniarrk’a Kesigi'atIon. iv. March 19.—Tile unusual action t»f lion! Ralisbiirv bi summoning the supporter* of the CV*iiv,*rvi«; ive government to a meeting at the <'aribin club on Thursday ba# given ri-o t*» much s{ieculation a# to the real na so j i for the step. Ithough the t hear ie# advance*! are \ artou*, the one m<«t generally accepted is that the incipient mutiny in the Toiv rank* growing out of the government'# action with regard to the re|*>rt of the *-|H*c*al con i iii iv im. has alar me* I tile ministry bv it# tendency Ut increase rather than subside, ax it was hofied it would. Among the mollifying infiuen<*eH w bleb will tie brought to bear on the government's follower* by the prenii*‘i' anti his colleague* are an Irish land purchase bill ami a tithes bill, the detail* of which -hall i*e discussed in eau aas, ami tile Conservative rank ami file ara to be given Ut understand that upon these measure# the government, and of cxturse the party, will stand <»r fall. The tide of Lilteralism which i# now (lowing s., strongly that even the most indifferent Tory cannot fail to ****e whither it must lend, w ill I#* u-ed as another cudgel u|K>n the heads of th** kicking Conservative*, to bring them to a full realisation of the certainty that an apjieal to the country in th ■ immediate future will result in depriving many of them of tlieir s»*at.s. BISMARCK'* REMGXATION. The resignation of Prims* Bismarck is regarded in I# adon as the most ini|#>rtAnt event sine th.* fail of the French empire and it is generally I n*** i thas a continental war is prolwble. ha.teiie'I bv the withdrawal from public life. ami partictilariy Iss-ause of a disagreement with th** emperor, of the man who wa- above all others instrumental in cementing I be un ion of the Herman stale* into a vast empire, and w ho ha# sin**** been Coralroot in maintaining the solidity of that union. The Star conclude# Ila comments on tile resignation with the remark that the Fmipres# F'rcderiok I* now avenged, but whether upon the chancellor or her son, or l*oth, it is not made clear by the writer. The strike of the coal miners is working Ii Wikiup upon thousands of poor {teople owing to the gradual closing of factories throughout toe country for want of fuel. Everything now pdnt# to victory for the men, but it may tie aet down as certain that the men w ill hol t out. Sixty nine of the \V,-stphalia minerx'union Lave withdrawn from that body owing to their obje lion# to recent resolution# {tossed bv th** governing body. Th» I -ador* of the ss* der* will forma union on Chn-tian and gocialiMt line*. THE LOTTERY CHARKS. LIEUT. STEELE ON TRIAL- A BRUTAL GIANT. vim-liaii V||||»*r C'harxed fi ith Axsaultlnx >» 14-Year-Old Girl. Coltmm s, O., March b*.—Selaistian Miller. tho champion (»nt*co-Roman wrestler of Germany, was arrest**! here yesterday for an n!!*-.'***I criminal outrage uj#*n Miss A md rn But*, aged 14 years, anil iii ce of F'red ii *--»*na*ier of th** Casino theatre. The outrage w as committed last F'ri*l«y after-noon. Hea#enauer also k*e*K a Guarding house and Mill<*r. th** giant wrestler, had U**n tlxve for two w,**k*. Last Friday nen'uing Mr. ll*-*- ua*i“r went t»» Newark, O.. to transact some busine*# f**r Miller. The girl, Amelia Lutz. resides with Mr*, ll ssciiuuer, and while making up the lie*I# wa* assaulted. Monday night H**ss«.nauer hii*I Miller gave an exhibition at Newark, and th** former hearing of {something wrong at home ratunnsl bm* ami learned the sad st* »ry. The girl did not confess the story until Mon*lay. Miller is years of age aiel has a wift aud two children in New York city. An Outer I’t <*l< i hi t i ii •* th# hi nu till lathe I ii*1 *ni< Territory. Washington. March 19.—In response to a re* lutiou of tile senate of tho lith inst. concerning the reputed authorixatioo of a Kittery com j mi; iv by the Indian territorial government of the Creek nut mn, the secretary of the interior has forwarded to tile senate a letter of the commissioner of Indian affair*, saying: “This office has no information that the Creex nation has authorized the incorjxira- t ion cf such a company. This office is, however, in receipt of a communication dated tile ‘28th ult. from the agent of the Union. A telegram dat**d th** 10th inst ha* also been received from A.r**ut Bennett setting forth t int arrangements have been |»erfected bv th** -ai*l **» ipMitiy for an early drawing, and that immediate action by the <lepart niont is necessary to s>ir , >r* ss it. “This offkN* repin* I by a t**legram of the 14th inst. dir*N*tuig Bennet) to advise the Choctaw authorities Dial no lottery drawing would be permitted among the Choctaws, an*l j#*rson# attempting to engage in such proceeding* would I e considered as detrimental to the peace and welfar** of th** Indians, anil that such persons would G* «l**alt with uroler the law aoconiinKlr," He I# lo'H'ri of Ktr»kl»x Private Dell ii lid Without Caline. Chicago, March 19.—The members of the •curt martial apjxuuted by Governor Cook for trial of second Lieut. M F Steele of the Eighth Cavalry **n the charge of conduct tending to destroy military order ami diaci-pi.ue, assemble*! in this city yesterday. Col. James F\ Wa*Ie presided Capt Arthur Murray, acting judge *>f the de[vart-rnent of the .Mi*s*'iiri **fflciated a# judge advocate. while Se igeent B F' Bauliun a*-te*l as orderly for Gen ('rook. The member# of the court were in full regimentalM, while the ’U'cuaed apj**ai>*l iii fatigue uniform. Ile w as acts an | >anied by hte counsel, ( ’rowan of the Fughth Cavalry, who was in civilian attire. The charge# presented were very brief. Specification one set# forth that the accused, without justification therefor, struck Private Dell Wild iii tho face with bi# clinched fist. Tile second s|*s‘ifi**ation wax to the effect that the accused on the occasion of this assault made use of unliecommg language to Private Wild. The court martini was held with o{ien door#, and the spa*** reserved for the general public wax |Mick**i by some 400 )>eople, whose xviii] sit hie* in favor of the private* were manifest**! by rei**ated npplause when his testimony came against tile accused He entered the room with a tough swagger. In res|xHise to a question from Hie judge advtv Ute he rejieatcd the story which has already lieen made public regarding bis refusal <«» (K*t. 24 last. On cross-examination he said that his refusal wa* base*! iijmn tile blea that the work wa# manual lie wa# w illing to carry wood and water, but not to rc{iair roof#. If, however, he had l»een ordered to do th** same work on the private’* quarters he would have complied. He admitted that Steele"# quarters were public buildings; but said he tivmght the work wa* for the latter’# own benefit. He al#*) admitted that 8t<*.*le offered to a**ist him. but *aid that lie refused l#*rauxe the published orders read that no enlisted man should work for offirer#. He had done similar work liefore on the quarters of other ofl'irer#. A#keI if he had not sin*** Ghosted that he ragratt**! that he h«*l not kille*l Ste**le upon the «peit, he refused to answer, saving that h«* was th*{in* a* a w itness and not upon trial. He wa# then nske<l if he had not serveil in an«*th«*r branch of the army under the name of E. P. ’.Van!, mid again refused to answer. The question w a# pressed and the judge ad-v*x*ate objected. Thereupon the ***urt re-tir**l, and *»n its return sustained th*- obje**-t ion Counsel Crowder then asked that a former memlier of the Fifteen th infantry I#* allowed to iii litify w ii in*-*#. Objection was Again raised, the object G jug that Wil«l w a* a de-*ert«*r from tliat regiment. Again the court retire! an*! after consultation th** objection wa# overrule*!. Charles McComaa was then confronte*! with Wild. The latt«‘r was aske*l if he recognized Mrt’omas a# the first *er-geant of the F’if:**- it * * infantry. Averting bls eye# Wild re pH si “This has nothing t*» *lo with the <*a#e.” The jrolge adv*x*ate's objecting question was withdrawn. ('o» Ix*ral R. Kc*-tt te*stili«**l to the fact that SU* i* h«*i or*i re*i him to arrest VVil«i. N<» question# were a .;* I aiel it wa# timiounctsl tliat til in cl ** I Hi*' case for the prosecution The court th -n adjourn**! until tosiay. THE DRUMMER BROUGHT SUIT. No State Grain Rte vat or*. Albany, March 19.—Tie* assembly canals committee, after a long .rid heated diacufwion, doc.:-d to report a*li *r*. .y Fie bill for the est.;bushment of -t.de ; ram elevators. Me-si- I#* lei- and .'F -*r *•- *•- * sick- and Mr. Seili<-k ab- -ut lh- \ * to •* •** as follow-#: Yeas Benn • '.    ‘.ic: -. " vv.i Ie*- M.«rton. En tire#, J l»*i-«*u. biali itftdii and J. Ii sSteven*. Nay#—Nom*. Mr. l/*»der saki last night that he would !*»*.\.- when th** bill wa reported t«> disagree with the report of the committee, ('apt. Clai k. who had heard of th * <icci#ioit of tile committee; mid that it wa# killing ii law that would have Gen of more benefit to tin* canal* than an appropriation, for it *<uij^l lenefit every boatman. Cleanse* the N axal l*a»sage# lllan Cai*» an«l I ut! a*»<*n»« !**«.- ii UU th* Si'*- |tesi**»« » the Sriiv-i **l I aa*: -I 8.uell. no UC TR BAY-FEVER A part a ixr* •*# •»'**• register *d.«n ct# lrceL N* ~ ' ' j ..»{» ie*! *»ato e»«’h nostril ami te Prue » ; cent#at l*ruxxi»w: hr mad \ LIA BK* G ilPUN.fi • Y*»rk. In Flection Contest, Rondo CT, N Y.. Marah 19.—Henry Beck, a *aloonke**{)-r, swore out warranta for the arrest of In*p*fctora J*>r*lnn. M<1 erne*tt ami Iairkin and Poll Clerks Ward aud Flynn of the Fifth ward {Mill in th*- recent election, charging them with falsely stating the result of the vote in that ward for alderman. Beck failed to get the regular Democratic notu mat ion an*l run in«ie|**n*lenfly, temp indorsed t»y the Republicans. The omt«*-t wa.* close The boant declare*! P. J. Brennan (Dem.' elected by one vote. Beck protested. Tile majority of the common council favored B*vk, lait Brennan obtained an injum-tion restricting them from s**ating Be- k. The Gativl of canvasser# will {*r«*Gihlv lie arraigned to-day and will give bail to await tile action of the grand jury. stole Industrial Hotmnl F.le«*ti«*n#. Rochester. N. A'., Man*h 19.—The G*ard crf managers of t e Stat** In lust rial school at it# annual meeting elected th*-e *>fiic*»ni for the ensuing year: President, II m. William PurfN'll «*f Th** Union nn*i Vdvertier; first vice president. Rev, Dr BikinrJ; sw**md vice presi*l**nt, (’afd. Henry Lamb; se-qv-tarv and tr-astir.*r. ♦(a.'s-'uus Briggs. Martin Ih-rt'ou was elect*-1 member of the elective committee to suer. «ed Dr. F!. M. Moore, Jr., whoae termJmd expired. An Inquiry to Im* Bude. WA«*nTOTON, Mais-h 19.—A court of inquiry will probably lie or tere*! to determine the responsibility for the Despatch running aground on lower Pedal Sound shoal in the Potomac river. Ruch i# almost always the custom when a Unite*! State# vessel meet# with a mishap of any kind. To Compel Kiel* Mph to Vote. A.nnai** mis, Mil., March 19.—Senator Toadriii ha# introduced a bill making voting oompulwary in tin# state. It require# the judges in ea**h voting precinct »*f the state at tho close of the polls at ea<-h election to make out a list of the person* voting at that election. Tills list to lie certifie I to the clark* of circuit o.arts, they immediately issuing a wmmons requiring the offender# to appear before the judges of the court to show <*au#e, if any they have. why they should not be fined ♦•*> aud co ts for not voting. A party convicted is allowed Fido exemption G-fore the fin-d can I#* collected. Thus framed, the bill will n-*t aiffct very |>oor [»e*iple, but is aiine*l at the rich citizen who doe# not take sufficient inter -st in the affairs of the state. He Kept the I'ledx** for m Year aud Wants • lim for It W atekbi KY. ('©tin , March 19 —A «l*s*isi«in wa# rendered iii th * auperior civil ts*urt yesterday in a novel case, mid one that has o* va-ion*-1 a good ileal of comment. On November J, I HHT, George L. Newton, a prominent churchman, an.I mend-or of th** large wholes)Ie grocery firm of JjcannHl, Newton & Co., premixed to give John I>ou-kota. a New York drummer viol if he would abstain from drinking for the |>en*xl of one vear. Th** promise wa*, a \el Ital one. At the **rol of th** year lx>uk'*ta claimed that he Iia*1 k«|tt his promise, aud asked the $100. Newton treated it as a forgotten joke, lait Loukota sued to recover. In court Newton'# counsel asked the court to rule that there wa# not a sufficient consideration to form a contract <-e;>ahle of legal enforcement. The court refu#»«*l to so nil**, ain! ordered the jury to find for tho {>laintiff in th** sum of * I GO, with interest from the «late of th** writ. The case will go to the supreme court iqs >n exception# taken by the defemlant. \ K*-**f I ii-perl iou Kill Defeated. Annapolis. Md., March 19—Action was taken yesterday by the house on tile providing f*>r the it* !>*• -tem of all Western beef coming into this state and pre. I.callv excluil-ing tliat pr< Miuct. county.the fathei an-1 charged that some of the G**f coming from Chi*‘ago was actually rotten. Member* from Baltimore city denounced the measure arni »#.#*« I-J that Chicago beef .was better than that killed around Baltimore. The bill w ;ix I sd by a vote of—yeas, 2M; nays, TI % T**!***ec<* Factory (Jumbini*. Ri#*HE#TitK. N Y., Mar<-h 19.—Three deed# were fil*sl ye#*er«lay transferring the cigarette factory of Wi‘*iam S Kimball ft Co. to tin* American T<*1 tao-o «s)nipanv, the **on#id-eration in each **#se ln*ing fixed at one dollar. This mark# the cl**** of the long negotiation which has lieen mentioned iii th** papers from time to time. To a re|>orte*r Mr Kinil>all sanl h** would Im* the managing director of the factory. The coni [bi nv, who#** h* -a*lquar-ters arent 45 Broadway, New Y**rk, is **rgan-ize*l f*ir the purj*one of saving e.v|*eiiM*s, by txeoperation, of the various factories which are its member#. The capita' st**ck is #25,-all paul in. Th;* amount ot this #t«M'k cannot G* < hang»**l as i« the cane with trust#. TG- New York oflice will be in charge of a Mr. Collin# of Talbot ! stroller. Ste|*ben Little, f the bill, defended it. The Tories Defeated London. March 19. —The government was defeated in the house of commons last night by the adoption of a motion offered by Thomas W. Bu*’balian. Gladstonlan. mein lier for Wet fviinburgh, complaining of the encroachment# ujmhi the public right of way in Kentland aud asking that reform laws in raga Mi t** the matt**! be intro*luce*l to the county comedia. The motion wa# carried 110 to 97. Mr. Chamlierlain sup{M>rtesl the motion. A Newspaper Vian Dead. Red Bank, N. J., March 19.—William Jay KeUett, a well know ii new .paper i-orrc-pon-deut, die*l suddenly at his home hen* yesterday of apoplexy, at the age of thirty-seven years. lie wa# at one time agent of the AswM-iate-d Press for Monmouth county. iSome yea:s ago he started the Long Branch , Tribune, but it had a short existence. Kel-lett was al#*) a MU*ces#fal writer of fiction, under tin* nom de plume of “ Wandering Willie." A Schoonrr 4«hore. Norfolk, Va., March 19 —The Schooner St. John# from Belfast. Me., from Jacksonville to Baltimore, i# asliore f *ur miles aG*ve Hatteras inlet. Seven of the crew were sa veil. and one Henry Saunders wa# drowned. The vessel is full of w ater ami i# a total Ions. A Demurral Fleeted. Amsterdam. N. Y , March 19.—At the Fort Plain, N. Y., charter election yesterday David G. Hackney, Democrat, wa* sleeted village president by 75 majority. The place u usually Republican. Claimed H»* Wa# Not Liable. Bellefonte, Pa, March 19 —The Merchants' National Gink of New York has obtained a %erdiet of #5,(JU0 against Bernard I--*nth The dci'en** was that dcf.*n*lant'# signature to a *lrait*»f limited co-partnership as a member of a G>ard of manager# <1x1 not make him liable. The casa will la* taken to the supreme court. Tile llen)orr#t# lo Wake a Grand Rally Washington, March 19.—Tin* Derms-rat* will make an effort to prevent the unseating of Representative Coml.ton of Maryland, when th** rite** of M i !.< y Compton come# up in the h *u-*». Mr. * arlH * lins Dual a circular t** ti** D*mocm?i<* rn***,n'urging th‘*m to lo* in their -ca’-. : iring tie* progress oi^hecaoe. It i- < aim' . ti.at -even Republicans will vote with the LL mo-Tats in fa vt* of the retention of his seat by Mr. Compton. John .1. O'Brien Mirk Unto Death. New York, Mar**h 19.—John J. O'Brien, late ehief of the bureau of election#, and leader of Republican organisation in tile Eighth assembly district, is very ill with a complication of diseases. He is expected to survive but a few hours. Ive# Beleaped from Jail. New York, March 19.—Ii. 8. I vias wa# re-lied from jail yesterday. His Gmdsmeo ire Getwge H. Hamer, J. ami George W. Stryther in the civil sui:, and Henry Hambleton on the criminal suit An Ohio Appointment. Toledo. () , March 19 —Gen Charles L , Young of Toledo ha# b*-«*n aftf>oifited by Gov ernor Cain{>G*ll supcriifleiident of the Ohio soldiers’ and sailor#' orphan nay hun at Xenia. Gen. Young i# prominent m bus:ness ami Grand Army circles. AG.ut 1,5<JU (aq*ham are located at the home, whi«-h is one of the most important charitable institution# in the state Fire at Milford, Vlas# Milford. Maw. March 19.—Fire starting hi Sweeney # meat market, 75 Main ntreet, spread to the surrounding building# ami destroyed nearly the whole of the Rafferty, Union an*! Mowrey blocks. Im about $50,-»*>, distributed am*mg a number of amal silo} .keepers. A TARIFF SCHEDULE. WHAT REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMEN HAVE AGREED TO. the Majority of the Way# and Mean# Commute* Make# Public the HIH It Fspect# to Report to th* Hon#* — Important C hai f**» In th* Internal Keratin* I aw*. Washington. March 19 —The Republican mem liers of the wavs an I moan# committee have agree*! upon every {mint of division cai the tariff #chc< tules ami ihe reductions tola* ms*ie from internal revenue, and will pre sent the bill to the full committee for it# consideration in a few (lay#. The clauses relating to carja*t wool#, M*x-iran lead ores ani one or two other article# have not yet G»en finally and definitely {aimed upon. While the bill is not absolutely completed, ami will of course Iv* subject to re\ laion, it i# lielieved to G* sub-.faut is My a finished measure so far as the majority of the com mitt**** are concerned, The internal revenue feature# of the bill are a# follow#; The entire abolition of all special taxes on dealer# of all kinds commonly known a# license# F'arme.is* ami planter# of growing totvu*c<> will have the Idiertv to sell to whom soever they (.lease without restraint, iii Mm* same manner as any farmer can dis]awe of any other of the prod nets * if hi# land The tax u{#»ii manufactured te.lvuss. will Iv* re diu'ed fr*un eight rents to foureeiit# a(*ound; cigars, cheroots and cigarette# will carry the Kame tax a# is imposed under the preeent law, Alts.hol used in the art# is free, limier Militant ml Iv the sam** restriction# a# are pre#**ril»#l iii th* senate bill. The reductions in the revenue from th**#e notircee will, in round numbers, amount to between $17,000, OOO and $18,000,000. Tho following are the principal provision# in the tariff schedule#; The chemical schedule contain# but few change# from the existing law There an* some reductions an*! no advances iu duty, and it i# lielieved that the duties in this schedule will lie from*I below the senate schedule. Th# earthenware and glassware schedule# remain milistantially a# the existing law There are a nuinlvr of ini[#)rtant changes in the metal schedule Foisting rate# ara maintained upon iron '*re ami pig ir**n. Barbed wire for fencing ii* made dutiable at *1-10 rent# f*er pound, which is lv»l*»w the duty on that kind of iron entering into other ii.*#*#. Beam#, girder# and structural iron is reduced from I li cents to WO rent# a pound, which is a reduction below tliat of th** senate bill. Railway is reduced to A-10 cents a {animi, the present rate tieing $17 a ton, a reduction of hGmi! $4 a ton ami a red net ion in the rate* fixed by the senate bill The duty on steel mils is reduced #4 a ton. The *b*ty on tin plate has l<een increased to 2 2-10 cent# a pound. Pig tin remains free. There i# an increase iii the linty upon {Hvket cutlery, In the lumber schedule the duty on sa well Giar<ls, plank# and finished lumber is reduced f#l per rent. from the present rate. There is a *qie* i«l provision inserted that In case Canada lays ex{#)rt duty on lumber, then duties ••hall Iv* collected according t*> the rate# under tlie existing law. The duty on Burna)rn tolrareo i# increased to $2 75 per (touml. There i# an increase generally along the entire list in the agricultural product#. The duty upon I air ley is raissl to 30 cent# a bush**!, ho(t# to 15 cents a pound, oats to IO cent# a bushel. The fluty on agricultural #*>**!* is increased. The duty on rice i# redu«**d from 3lj to 2 rent# a pound; rire-flour ami rice—meal from I to % rent# a {.••mid ami broken rire to rent a (x.und. Butter ami substitute# therefor have the duty increased to 0 rents a pound. Tile fluty on egg# i# raj*-*-*! to 5 cent# a down; potatoes to 25 cents a bushel. Hides which are now on the free list are now made dutiable at 1 rent# a pound. Then* is a small increase iii the duty iqsni fruits; orange#, lemon# in packages of I ^ cubic feet or less, 25 rent# per parka"**; iii jwickages excelling I ^ ami not exceeding 2!^' cubic feet, 50 rents a package, raisins, 2% rent# a f#»un*I duty. Advarifs*# in duties have generally lieen conceded the farming interest# where it i# lielieved lnercasisi duties will benefit the farmer. Hpirit#. wines and other Iteverage# have lieen left as found in existing law. Salt al#*) ha# not lv***n touched. Cotton manufacturer# are left substantially as in the sen ate bill. Jute, manilla, #uu ami sinai grass are put u|*on the free list, a# is wool, fie gran, w'hirh enters into the finishing of leather. A reduction i# ma le in the duty on bimling twine. Iii the wool schedules, w*#>l# of the first class, know n a# clothing wools, ll rent# a pound; wools of the second class, known a# combing wools, 12 cents; rarjiet wool#, value<l nt 12 rent# or Ie##, cents per pound; valued at over 12 rents, 8 rents a pound. This is a reduction of ^ rent a p* >mi*l from the senate hill and an increase of 1V£ cents fr*wn the {.resent law. It Is lvlievf*d. however, that the definition# ami classifications and restriction# provided for will make th** duty even more valuable to the wool growers than the duty fixed by the senate* bill. Th** hill reduce# th#* revenues almut $fi,<l00,-OfXl. The free list c*#ifain# alw.ut the same articles as the senate bill free list in Expert’s Opinion. Wahhington, March 19. —Henry A. Brown of Massachusetts, the well known sugar tariff expert, i# here ami has presented to the members of the way# ami mean# committee of the house, and to eongreMMiiien generally, in a neat pamphlet, a thorough condensation of the status of the sugar tariff que#tion, in which he take# the gp.und that a moderate reduction of the present duty on sugar may lie made w ithout detriment to our sugar industries or the interest# of consumer# He present# sui istanbul evidence that any radial reduction of duty will be f let ri men ta I to every interest connected with consumption ami production of sugar in this country. I ni I ?o t lie mm mg of new tilings to imlg* what yo #I: J! wear, — variety la what the world wants. Just arrived a lot of Men’s and Boy** Velour Shirts worth 50 et#, which we w ill sell at 37 eta. A beautiful line of novelties in Jewelry, Sleeve Buttons, Col lur Buttons. Scarf Dins, Brae. let#. Necklaces. Broaches. Cuff Pins. F'.ar Bing#. *&C., all with set# of best immitatiou stones in Bol] Gold not the cheap tarnish kind. I,adie # .Medium Weight Cotton,Hibbed Vests only IO cts. Children’s Fancy F'a#t Black Ribbed Hose worth 15 cts. for 9 cts. Best lint* of of Alia Shield# only Oct#. 10 cts , 12! cts , and 15 ct#. Old fashioned lim n Note Paper only ► cts. per dozen, arid Square Envelope# to match at ll eta for package of 25, this Paper and Envelopes if sold iii box form would sell for 25 ct#. A Special lot of White aud Cream Envelopes for 3 aud 5 cts. a pack of 25 envelope#. Latest Novelty in F'ancy Box Liuen Note Paper for Bi ct#., worth 30 ct# A Limited lot of Fancy Box Note Paper for 9 ct#, School Tablets only ilj ct#, Behoot Crayons only 9 eta., per box. F^xtra Large Writing Tablet# .Superior (Quality Pajier for IO ct#. Children's Large Boxes Fancy Paints only IO Ct*. Ladies’ Corset Cover# made of superior quality muslin only 25 ct# New Style fancy Novelty Braids veiy Pretty Design#. Best (Quality and finest assortment of Black. W hite, marble and Colored Table 011 Cloth five quarte r# wide only 23 cts. a yard. Fancy Linen Torchon Laces all width! and the greatest variety of des.glia only 2 cts., 2! ct#., 3 ct#., 3j ct#., 4 cl#., 4j eta. to 21 ct#., per yard the choiceHt assortment iii the City. Anew aud attractive assoilment of the Celebrated P. i'tntemeri, Mousquet** aire, Huede Gloves equal to eight buttons in all the best sizes. The most desirable Pattern# In Ham burg flouncing# at 38 cts., 45 ct#., and 55 cts., per yard these are worth your seeing. fine selection of Infants' fancy embroidered White Flannel Whirling# at the low price of 75 cts., 97 et#., aud *1.25 per yard, these flannel# sell for just about one-half more in other. Infants’ anil Children’s Cloak# amt Robes for ll 25 to $3 50 each Latest Styles and favorite colors. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Huh just received a full line of 0 J L Overcoats ani Trousering: K«put! to filly iii tilt’ city, and fit prices that will pay , yon to Bt u him hpfoi^gj^j puivlia&inf'. 3 LADIES! lf you abl* want an easy And comfort-with a heavy sole, one that will For Improving th* Mississippi. WASHINOTON, Mareli 19.—Secretary Proctor has aiittioriz*#! th* expenditure, under the direction of th* Mississippi river commission, of $100.0110 on the lev***# of th* Mikh-issirpi riv**r and the river itself, in the Fourth district. This dbtriot extend# 4st mile# from Warrenton, Mi##., to the head of the {Misses. Th*- money will is* exf#*ndc*i in strengthening the levees and in !e*(#*ning the f-hanncl be-tweao the point* named. An l'n»uree*aful Vol age. New Bedford, Mass.. March 19.- The brig Elmira H. A‘lam# arri veil in port yesterday twenty-six day# from Port Royal. Tile vessel b a whale* from Edgertown, .Vi ass. She has made a broken voyage and in the two aint one-half years she wa# away from home took only 450 itarrel# of Hfiertn oil. A Tug Burned. Baltimore. Mareb 19.—-The tug Enter, prise caught fire off Drum Point Monday night And burned all night. Rh* will bs a total loos Th* < a|.tam and crew narrowly e#ra|ied with their live#. They were brought here on the steamer VV estmoreland. keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong A Co’* Hand W elt, common sea»e shoes. They will please you.-- SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I 3 Centre Street. ■55 — Paints, Oils, and Paper at Monroe s. Aw-. , **^4?...    Midi ;