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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 7, 1889, Wellsville, New York                                 i V  i' ' Ì' H  m  i  n w  -r.  i-  r,  i: •  VOL. 9 No. 45  WELLSVILLE N. Y .MONDAY, JANUARY 7 18tt9  Singlo Copy Two Cento  WE HAVE  JUST RECEIVED  -) F n o M (-  NEW YORK  An immeBse invoice of  CLOA^K©  tt60f"O )ini)ri'iiH,: <\11 tlie nowcst ctuh m PLUvSH HAUQUKH. WKVPH AND JAUKErS, STUU'lvD ASD PLAIN NEWMARLlirS &c.  Theso Goods were bought at a very low cloain^r out li^nro antl thc^y will bo HO Ki tho Bfvme. '  C. H. Fisher.  T imBAP  The Vtsry Latest News Gathered Fresh From Every Quarter.  PROF. POWER'S  CollSIB 01  AND  mmiim  Li  headquarters::AT  Commercial House  WELLSVI  cimsí!)bfo?,M:ÍG.  Si t u at Í Ò n 3 'Sé cu re ci for Graduales.  BéÊf^Fo' r T ai or J íI.iim, c.ü  on or Aililress,  PROF, POWER,  Tim WEEK'S FORECAST.  WORK TO COME UP FOR CONSIDERATION IN HOUSE AND SENATE.  ANOTHER STEAMER SUNK.  Th«  BIRDSANU ANIMALA  Stuffed and Mounted  AT ANDOVbR, N. V.  Th'ì xia lirsi^u^i 1 is prupii'-o l to- fituil anii m ) ini iiU liui Is of auiiu ii.s or ,l>irl.i^ iu il lif-ii'.-ol m iui'iaer in l al lii'.i lovvent prictJH.- Bir l-i m» l'ite l «mi inu-cb s or Uti l ìf iliH-i sii il is. r)i!t)r8' headi mjautiei tiu l t'i lulv h;inilHiìi)u>l.v  Ste^or^I.)l. Ali or i M-s .scut to the uu-•jrniU'j l, :vt V'i 1 )v >r, N. V,,. will re-Otìivt) pra.ui)t aUoatioa.  E.  ,11 ; n n .  iila G.  The Tariff BIH Will" Probably Monopolice tho Ncimt«'« Time—A Nambwr of Oen* tienten Ilnr« Yet to Eatprew Themselve«. Tlie Ueatllock In the House May Ucf main Unbroken.  Wasitinotow, Jíín. 7.—Tha timo of the senate during tho present week will be devoted almost exclusively to tho consideration of the tariff measure. lu fact no other business Ukf'ly to provoke discussipn will be brought Ixiforo that body until the voto on the tarifT bill ííj taken Jan. 21. Tho.remaining time given to its discussion will be devoted largely to extended speechoa on the principles underlying the bill. There are few Bonators who have not iH'en hoard at Icni^th 08 yet and there are othera who want to be heard again. Several orators were on their feot during the week just ended and others aro to Iw heanl. It is understood that no amendment to the bill will l»« adopted without the sanction of tho finance comtniitee and no amendment will be pi o-j os 'd by that conmiitt«« unlesd it is known to be satisfactory to all of the Republican majority.  As the work of the ¡wnnte cut and dried In tho <x>mniittee room there 1b but little ol>-ject in profK>smg amendment« to carry out the views of tho minority. So the Democratic members of the senate think, and as they linve an interest in it tho vot*> on the bill mi;;ht fis W{!ll Ije taken to-ilay.  To-day in the morning hour tiie resolution of Mr. Editnmds relating to tho I'anama canal will be again taken up and dispwal of. It will probably t>o passiMloü orij^inallv intro duwHl and reported. If nnystroni^ objertion to it .should be developed it will likuly be withflr.nvn, .  I'he d(:a(Uó''k In the hou.w is liki^ly t-o oon-tinii(vdui4ng the-cuniing - woek uiüesa some compi'onii.se can l>e elTocted. Mr. lleixl will call up his resolution abolishih;; ti'.e call of states and territories on susiHjn.sion Mondays the first thing to-day after tho reading of iho jourual, t.bo ¡iOiuling motion being a demand for the previou.s question on tho pa^'wige of the resohition. Both Bide« seemed equally determinoíl. Mr. IUh»<1 says no busine.'^.i of any kind shall bo transacted until tho resolution is passed. The opjionenti? of tho resi>lu-tion say it cannot pa.ss this cqngrc.HS. They seem t<i be p tiiiing strength.  Tiie fact that Mr. llandall and Mr.-Miller <Deinorrat,s) vott-xl in conuuittwi agaiiifjt tlie ri'siilii'ioii and tlint it was only adopt<>d by speaker Carlisle voting with Me-srs. Ueed .ind Cannon. (Hejiublicaiis) is having much wi'ighl ;ls the tiglit progresses, indeterrnnniig til« action of file i)ernoerat.'? who h ive hen.'-tofore been inclintsl to vote for the resolution. It liasal.'io le;ik«Hl out that Mr. Carlislo vot«! for the rasohitioii eonditionally. It wa;* the undi'rstamiiii:^ in coniinittee, BO Mr. Raulall says, that if thiM-esoliitioii wtu-n otTen-din tlie house f-liould Ik< met by determine 1. obstinat» tin-ta's. Mr. Ild^i wonid withdraw it. It is intimatiHl in hi^h DfüH.rmlic cirrii's that il was on tills,("ouilit:"!! that S, eiiker C il lisle Vdii.'il f',>r it. Mi'. r.<"'il li'ii not a.s yet shrnvn any disp(>siti')ii t-o withdraw it and thi'i'e is no reason to believe ho will. The matter is likely to bUx-k legislation the coming wfok. If. however, tho resolution is di.sposeii of .Mr. t^risp of (leorgia will, on Tuesday, call iJii the coiit<-fito<i elef't-ion ca.so of Small v.s. ICllioit of SoutVi Carolina and follow it up the iii'.st dav with till» Sulhvan-Feltou eontiwted f;-iiin Califtiriiia. iluirs.l-iy IS s<^t asiile for ttio consideration o b Us ri'porlod from the e,ininiitt(\> on Im-dl HI iillnii-.s, liUt it is not. likely to gi.'t the iloor nnie,s.s it can defend flio friends of thi' Cklilioiij.i bilí, who will at all times raise the. ijiiestion of consideration in tiivor o! their l>i".  !!>.; {«'tluM by fíí^ v'aíicil  tip uT tho fu st opportunitv. They have the' pal iiíimentary nglit of wav. '1 he stmdrv eivil si'i'vico ajipropriation bill is completed, and will lie re])()ri<'d to th» house prohalily to day. All thtiappri.ipriation bills are moiv fcidvaueeii tli vn for years past, ciilv two im-l^orrant <inea not having vet been r(>i)in-ti'd tx) th<i hou«.\ aud .several of the more miportaiit hav uig beon  Pari» C. Brown m Toinl Wrcclt. feveral Persona Drowne«!.  Nsi;^ Orleans, Jan. 7.—A message from Bayou Sara report« that tho «tcamer Pari* C. Brown sank at Hermitage Plantation at } o'clock Satunlay night to th© hurrican roof. Five of tho crew, two firemen and one pa»-Bpnger are missing. Tho boat was from New Orleans for Cincinnati, Tho disaster was-caused by tho boat striking a «lag.  The boat was owned by Capt. A. M. Halli-day and C. G. Young, Vras valued at flJ4.000, was insured for $14,000 and had about 4.>0 tons of freight aboard, consisting of car whwls, «ugnr, molas.sM and sundries partly covered by insurance. She was built at Cincinnati in 1878 and has made over ninety trips between that city and New Orleans without accident. She was commanded by Capt. Halliday for several years. Capt. C. G. Young of Cincinnati has been commander since. Bhe had on board ten cabin and a few deck paswngors. TheofUcors were: Captain, C. G. Young; chief clerk. Pros Ellison; second clerk, I.' M. Young; chief engineer, Jame.s Stwn; second engineer, Samuel New-kirk; pilots, Gwrge Trunnell ami Wash Kinley; mates, L. McOeary and Peter Baumgarden. She had the U.sual complement of firemen, stewards, deckhands And sailormen, nearly all residents of CincinnatL  New Oui.kanh, Jon. T.—The Picayune's Baton Rouge sficoiai says: Tho Paris C. Brown is a total wreck, with only the pilot house and a little of the deck above water. Lack of means of communication with Ar mitage delays details as to loss of life and prof>erty. Many barrels and other fragments of cargo have floated down past here. Two roustalKiuts who pa.ss«l down in the fJliVer Bierne miid that six of tho crew of the Brown and one pa.s.songer were Iwt, but they could give no names. A largo part of tho cju-go ??ill be a total los.i.  WILLIAM'S r..\]) TASTE.  HE SHOWS IT IN DECORATING HERR VON PUTTKAMER.  KThlently Hlmuirek Iiitplred It Ont of VliulU-tlveiicH* Toward I'ntporor Frod* erlck—Tho Newsjuip' rw Charco Morier With rovijliif; til« IJiiiikliHi I.ftter-—<îrace llawthornit 111.  IxiNfJON, .Tun, 7.—The (iciiou of )C/nperor William in conferring upon Herr Von I'utt-kamer tho ordei-of tho l'i,t< !c Ivigio is the «u'iject of m'i-'h comnmnt in er¡urt: circles. In view of ¡il" (üstni -i! of rüt; Icuiirr by tho late Kiirjieror l-'re-L ; for rejiponi based upon tiie ¡iK-t tii.'it * •'.■ II inini'.fer of the interior W!i> dis • )V( r ■ i o b • enipiov'íuí the methoil« of a s'-heUMi.: ¡ düíícíjih, rather than those of'a sla'o-ui in lu ilie ci.iudiiet of hi.s otllcial biui nesi, the eütperor's selection of that iiidiviilunl as one !iUoj>eflier worthy of the high lionor coiil'-rrvil rezro ded as at least ail ("íhíi'iUnu of h.i i t.is*e. Tliiv net is, however, ipiite <dtv>i ill u iih the recetit Bisni.'in'i;ian t».<îi")'iiiid .r. no doubt in-spir(-d by the (i;an''''!¡.'r ns .-i tne.-iKiire of ri.»-sentiucnt of tlv sii -ht ¡mt on him by tho oniy Gerinaii \\!io <lar"i! to r,',.sinus that ht»  and not lîisuiari'l,- w.'ts it>.<>' <■.¡o.ler of the dt^tiuies of the.cmpii e.  The Morier Inculeut is inilii^iiíitioíi ia E:i,;í.uél Hgain^;t (iermnny is ; r.> \ no\\ inueh jfiiiniar t:i;i; whieh (¡le'ít I'.ritriin om;  1 It  ALL SEATS WILL BE CONTESTED.  A Strange Condition i>f FolUlcal AllWrs In West Vlrglnl».  WAsniNOTOK, Jan. 7. — On Wednesday next, Jan. f, the legislature of West Virginia will convene in wliat promuses to be the most reinarkabla session in the history of the state. Aside from the organization of the two h'lUses, which will be of exception;d intere.st U-eaiist^ of the nearly-equal division of tho lneml>er.•^hip Iwtween the two great parties, there will be tho shar|MSt kind of a struggle over the election of a United Htates senator, and ai.'^o the settlement of the contest for governor between Judge Fleming and Oen. Uotf. while out.side aud beyond all this tlie Ileijuldieans are Ihi-eateiimg, in retali.ation lor the contest brought by Jud.Ke Fieniing, to instituto liiie i^roceedinga in the cases of all tho other Htiit<- oilieei-s and (ILsput-.; the flection of evi i-y one of tho Demoenitic olU-cirs-eleet, including the members of tho pn'ine C(.mrt..  A gentleman direct from Charleston s.ays that the prominent party leader.s of both sillers are on hauil to ft.s.siiit their friends in the organization of the legislature and the Rottleniejit of the giil>ernatorial question. The "wliip.-," of each side have notified their people that no aLsentieesm must oc 'ur, as tin're is too mueh nt stake. The movement.^ and result will be watched with tlie ileui-K'st interest in WiL^hingtou.  anee uiîh I'u^.^i,'l. ai! 1 i hat ns t iiO ont ? ime ( Upon Mori->r liv ih'.» marek will reeeive.a.-e eirei-i to the r.'e'Ms-wliich is un.louli'.' oi V tion filo eliani'ello!' l;a .  The reeeitl ruiii: j that Princess I,<ini-e, of WaJes. li.-M u:;.. aulhoi jtativ. ìy ifeni .MÌ.-Ì.À (il-.n.-e iiiì'iVlhol COiì,-,e(pie;iMy h 'r p; ■  Twrsl" al i!:e 1'iMli'i ;-.-.  lile e¡  t a wave of ini the feeling (i lily. Thi'i'e is •it, ti IO benefits i'.'" fj'otn nlli-!i- -i l\' predicteil ii.>!!Íred attack  .e (¡.izeltí! lîis-  .t-üi'iek equal in le s,)r Gell'eken, Ithumijia-paieneed.  eireiilrited, i.(f the l'rince ^ Karîof Fife,  TO STUDY THt KULK».  Mr. Morton Pr«parln|; Iflratelf to Preald* in tlie Aeaate.  WAsntwoTow, Jan. An amendment to tho iienat« rules was adopted oa Friiiay losl giving to tha projiident-elect and the vir» pre«ident-elect the privileges of tho floor. No reason for adopting this rula was given at the time of it« adoption as there was no objection made to it It is learned now that th« reason for changing tho rules was to give th»' vice prc«ident--eloct an opportunity to study tho rules of procedure of the senato so tlu«t he may be familiar with themi when ht. is calle<l upon to take tho chair of the presiding ofTli-er.  . A nicmtor of tho senate went to the pre d-dent pro tempore, Mr. Ingnlls, last week and Bsketl If Mr. Morton would be admitte-l to the floor of tho senate in event ho came to Wa.shlngton during thi.s session of congress. Mr. Ingidls replie<i that under the rules ho would not; that Gen. Hat-rison would not be admlttefl to th.f flo<jr but for the fact that ho had been a senator and thus camo undfr a distinct rule. Tho senator stat d that .Mr. Morton was coming to Washington sfKin after the mtetiúg of tb® electoral college to study the rules of tho senate, of whieh he has never been a meml)er, in order that ho might assume the chair of tiie presidir* ofllcer with Romtxlegrco of confldencíí. Mr. Ingalls sai 1 that the only way U> obtain admittance to the.floor for Mr. Mortpn would bo to change thojcule«, ari(i in rtceordaneo with his stigge.--tion the proposition was laid before rhe committee on rules and that committee rejKirteil tiie proposed chango to the senato which thereupon adople<l it. Ho when Mr, Morton comes to Wflishington in February he will find no obstacle to the careful study of the senate rules of ¡irríCíHlurO.  A MILL BLOWN UP.  A BOILER  BURSTS AND FOUR ARE KILLED.  M£N  FIGHTING EXPECTED.  Three OfhRtu tla.lly Injurrd—The 1C»*I-««-rr Allow«»(l the Water In tho DoilW to Ciet Too f.<nT—.i Tnlo of RnfTefinc from Niirt1i«»rn I»;»kotiv—roople WlttlOOt I'ood or t'lothi-.i.  CriAnr.ERTo^, W. Va,,'.T.qn. 7,—News hM iwH'u re<H>ived of a terril»'e a -i'ident whiclij^ occurred at New lie!«», Mere^r cmmty. ' KeV(»n I'nntierH of tbn !)• ;riit)r.i hod bad congregated at William (' ¡rt 'r's steam grist-luiil to obtain tlieir ii iial sii^'piy of flour. About 1 o'clock William .leronie. Tlioma* Carter, Joseph V,. l"r-i\r-!i. Wade Bhuffl». bariT'T. ■To!in U"iTmii.-r, I,»* ; Shi'-l and Ell i-!iii'ils \v.>re sittii'..' in th' mill talking, when a t' rnii;" exf.! 'si'-a o'-ciirre i. Tho l>oilw had I ur-!,\ Tii-^ ni 11 w.i; totally wrockad and li;e fone'.vnT;-Marqrrd men were killed: Ji'Hrrii I';, l-'ii! NCit. ' • ,  Till >MA!i CATTKit. '  Lkvi Snu'i.fH. JOHN WrMMrjc I'.li Shi' M.<! liorri'.ly-shortlv (ifierward.  Wade Hhuin-l.'.r -'r m about the fHcf- :ui.i  Jer<'nie C'arfer ;j!j!;i face mill his ( oll'u- • t.i  Wiih;i;is (.'arV'T w;; injured iiiternaily. Tli" explosion '¡tn .: f .f t','  l>'ani. wei'e la'< ,!.;en i;,* i • p! ■of the 1.. iler bi(n%;inv.a- Viil.i-. is  Eiigilie'er. Shiiiy-i o r ;il!' the btui- r to eei to ■ !t<«.  I Me I and died  ras bndly burnad  r.-'l (,n thyhead and  iourily burned and  i ■ force. The I'-r^ and piece» p'5undB wcra thought that 1 tho watiir in  MORE  RIFLE AND CARBINE FIRING.  Capt.  poneii in lilt is s!;ît. fimr's, v.; iî situaiiiin r ment a ¡.ill go\'er.n rti":i ' lti->aili; Was IlUe <if il  comi- iiiiei -  the ¡ran.luleiit, la-li  pi-esse 1 v. ,;li tl aiTl'llts IJÏ the ,  oi staenl liic-1 n  !  to -Dy!  it h a vi'  ■4 in  ; p'-. r a  ri-msly ill and .!j of" "Ol.ver haa been pustr  -t of Mr. Bal-  s^ii'ly the Irish u: i!i ' to parlin-..-.tjure of local  Ml i-a;  Oliphant and to be-  : 1 ie su..ar proee.ss,  ' f '.\hieji lias just '.¡li •-v.'.'.'ni'ieh im-tale/ old l.y tlie :t lij oii 1 he fi<i\'iee a.ie d iroia iuvi:.-t-  CHARCES AGA;N.ST MORIER  Ho l.s A<  iloherr ■ wììieh he  i^t  2f'i :  ¡Lve Agents Wanted  LEGITIME DEFEATED  I <<  ? V  /Another Itiittlo in thu lUaek Itepubllc. Ottior A<lvi<-«s.  Nkw .mii. Jan. 4.--.Mail lulviee iroin Toi': aii-1'ruiee to Dee. ..'.i, have been reeived  ■li \ n' (1'-ínt^ tl-t. il ( l'î)^ .14,  the arts ot iier niachnvrv which were re-Mr.ve.1 at the lune ot her s.a.-ure having' been  h' 1.-V' it " i'Xi, o. 1 t!i it thoiij).  Is-ttifl fliddsi nnii nai^t peiHihir .•>oicn!itic and liioctmnicji! pnria- iniliie-lier, hum fiiii tiu> hif»ft'st flrcuiutlon.of unv iiuiiei l;.-) m Uie svurld. i-uJIr Uluat.rutecL__l!,'.M cl of. ^ ,„„( làicniv.  CDKa r itjli h 1 « Iv 1 1 t -- if 1 11 n  • eoiijr. I 1 a.-e t l » »-ear ( inir inen h e ti i.tl. H.  jkiuifA il to l'tiui i > -iibiou)  RRCHITECT3â,Ey!lDERC  jHl Édition ot bcionlific Anioncan.  A crnat iiicce^t, t..'eh li =>iie cen!,ilr.5 celnrcd jlli.ln/(iru|iiii'' ot ("leii.ar V iin.i . !i te-.lil(>n.  Ci» or put) ic liiiiiaini.'.-i. N'.ice'i ii>t;!uviima ■ nd (ml l'iiei'i Mixl >î>efi;UMi lii;,.. ter I i.i' U^o ef  »Uch U-« c eiit tiiiU'iiil e 1.11 iih IIJ/ i | ire J Il yir.iS,  ÏQ «.te-a copy. MU^s i i).. l'rm.i. uLuSi. .  inny hn sppnr-.Ml (iyut l'iyhisr tu .S) 1--S N 4 i . . wlui hiivcr Ml ni) over <0 VPSr» .."rli'iu'i' iitiil liiive (îiiHle l'ViT UXl,-HXl i\pplieii;l'>ns for Atiierie;iu iiiiil t<ore!pa piiiotUs Heivi T r iluuaiionk.. torrtisyumi» •AiS«»tfl UriiiUU ii|l'.U  TRADE rVÎARKS,  Tn CffiC }fi ir m i. ¡.i i<< > '< '< r t Ir ttnrit . ezil (IffléD.-Hmil.^ t i ,-c ( o H'iri freciirO  Imniitlui • i 1 ! ir M!\  C'OI'>Ht< Ml •« f ir » r. u-epî,  '«te. quftkh nrdcureil. A-Uireos MUSN A' f »>« l'utn« ««»llrliora,  Oim»i iiM^a^wAr. a.ft..     • A    cai'ii'i'-rani has b'.'en 'ei    Il t.) M,.    ini!    1 pi      r M    e-,-. m,; thi! l'-i-Mich tU'eî    to come to    I It          1 R t ) I I t. t th ' I    t.              Ti    ■.e niaui ai niv ol Li'".iti    111.- has.    It    IS re-      n !    ■si. uiei witli a r^-non^ i    i.-i.-at at    'Hi    neh.l,      ten 1    aile-, 1 rom tha S:in l.'ou    Uli ) ' 1        ly.      'il    i . l e'.vs ot the i ..-llena    and N .1    11:1 ■    n I're      l'.i "    il 1 th, 1 Unirli-'-v-    1 il -    ( »4    V 1      1 i-e.v    :ev-.r existe.1 on hhlps    iit tlie ¡    lit    1      Vv'i ,1 'il    ,a> m t h.) îo.rai. 1' \ani'C was to lea    ve ■ lor              d.' t    ilha on thi,. 1 tO eoai .r    l.l to t'.)!-    \ I    ' i      . 1    h tt. W i 'oni^i^ 11 1    I> 1        11 1     \v.  tip¡a-<  inai  lilunt'o lUiok Approved—Uulett for ^ tho Present Vear.  WAKiHN<iT<).v, Jan. 7.--Tho third fKlition of tho work on i iflo and carbine tiring, prepared by Cajit. Stanhojia E. Blunt, of th* ordnance «lepartnient, has lieen npi>rovt'd by the secretiU'y'of war for the use of the army and tho militia of tho different .st.ates, under tlu' title of "Firing Regulations for Small .Vrms.'! It will Ix? disti it'Uted to the army and will hereafter Ixi the authorized guide in all mat ter.H pertaining to tho subji>cta which it covt'r.s.  The .socretary also directs that for the target year of ISV.t the otllcers and enlisted men who, in the p.ast year, v.'ere d.-is-sifled below the grade of ■narksmeu, or in that class with a total.of I'.vss than ;!10 for t.hoso tiring with the ritle, or less than. .'HO for those firing with the ciiriiine,-will follow tlie course for tl;o eecond S(..ason's. practice. Tho^e cla.ssiiicsl as marksmen with the..^« totals, or a.s sliuriv hLootfi-s, will -lollow tlui course presmitod for Miii-xspient wen Oiluu c uIl L il men v^ili Jullow the i«cruit c^ourse, and other othcers irdni'siS. ' ■■ » 't. ' i v-  tl of  I orK-eii  LoN'i" '.v. .Ian. 7.-  CIISI'S ^i  the le'ti from er«-::.i.iiM.al Ha, Tosi s;iys, coaM iio; Freu'.-h.'iKtn. büt .M'ü exoiii-rate hi'u at aa.y ever diilieui'.i-s !!,. cliara.,'|eri.'-ti.' i.e:)'! gery.  Tiie CoLi-nc • ter con% ey-1 I h" iu>;i! It wn.s u I iih'ii !i'e .-.(i by Hazaiae, ..>:iv ;<;.■■  The  this -r..' ' ai i".¡-.'ii ¡. i: eil<)l'i:l. .11- 1 a.it .1 I r el s of tiie sloi y o] i  wiiil.) it can hai'lly ers.  liayiíi- UeinjiTiitely F. 1/ line I.ettcr. 'I h" rivf.etieiiliy ac-1 i r l'i ha\ ing forge.l  •la,-;,'- Í<í  .'¡inaiate: e.a !o î:,  .■" ria'eived let fer, The n i' ten by a .i' >u-ijig to ■ line what.-:i¡<' way in  laesi i<> l(.)r-  tha; till! let-re.i.ler that I alid s;g.ieti a ' ' ...iiui!n\ >.. % .s that  in 1V:;,1-siiaca !orei.;n-  ■rise \\ ity dis: J i-, the char.: brought " into tlii uished 1  r:-.er  Z-  t!  an.I ' to  '..miy ta.-is  annnos-ivs that tve been ei'iaaimation a had fur-  Troops Gloving; oil Sprlnßipr City, OUla-hoiiia, to Oti.st the Itoonier».  KaNs.'.s Crrv, Mo.. Jan. 7.—The Oklahoma invíisiíHi is coming to a climax. Springer City, Oklahoma, a town of ¡í.íXX) itdiabitanîs. is under martial Law. The mavor nn<l city treasurer have gone and the United St.at h troop:4 are ordermg all ciiiy.r-irs out. I'urccll IS overrun wiili fuiiitives from tho "Prorni-ed l.and." Late 'rhur.-.day night tho trfx.])^ s'a-tioDeil in the territory reci'ive<l ordern to remove all settlers wiio ai-e now loc.atuig ciaims in tijf- Vicinif V of. Ok fahoma Cil y, L'uia.^!-Î 1 a i id 8prin.j;er. lieinforceni>nt.s from l''or? Reno are t'xpecte'd to join 'i'rooji B, United States cavalry, near < i.cinlionia Citv and move on  t he sett'e.., at oaee. As niiglit lie sn¡'poseii  tho-e will.) have goia» into th.> terntory I take un!a'.\ful pos.-j-.^.io'i'itf claiin.-t are oí the rec'íles-, kind and thereforo troubui of as-'i ious nature is a.pprehen led. •• '  colli, ion lietween th>> soldiers and the in vaiiers hourly, 'j-j,,, invadas  hav(» acted very foi ash y in ni .king thi.ar move nt this timi', 'i'l;" Springer l)i¡] is ¡.ciai-mtr, nnd even if they were permüU' l to n>-inain they would gain no rights in the i ve it of it.s pass!u.Te. They are evideutlv a ,-er o' advcnturer.s who do not understand 'i.e iet:.'!! status of the tnaUer, an.I will com • to gi e-f with only their troublii for their jiiriis. t): \a!! the i.-iids into ( >lcJ;ihi>!i)a thi.s latter w most fooiish aii'l inexcus:il):e. .\(!vic(»s fcoiii .•\rliansas City. Kan., the earest poitit to Oli-ialioin.a, are that, trouble of ji vt'i'y scri<-a.¡í nature is aiiticioattMl.  TERRIBLE SUFFERING.  A Stoi-y F X , .  storv o.iiif. el'll t.:u-r. (1 w T h ta ov  of rit (fill  TS'orlhi'ifi  n  d I anio! 1 ^  Ol tî\  trou'  il I 1 '  1 1  t 1 -  » \  •n U li' ' i íuiv ri  SIR JOHN 13 UNEASY.  J>e  r.Mus.  •))H Al);  nei icai's. 1 ti (  (.Mi  I^S MURDER AND SUICIDE.  A ><»»• York Muti SiiootH Ili» Iloa.se-U<M'per niifl lliuiHclf to Death.  ^K^v \ oiuc. .Jan. 7.~\\ illiam .Mann, inred 42. shot, and killed ln.s houiiekeeper, t .irrio Joiit's, a„fd tìi, «nd then ijhul h If d^i. 1, lu Lbiu'apirttnenn Fiítv fuuíih  street. ■ ■ ■  .Mann was an (.irtists 1 he womrui v. a.s Ins nieci>. Ihev had lived a.s man and vs uefor .SI»nie vears. Sin» had «eparafe 1 from lier hiiKbairl. Sicjjhen Jones, a carpeiitc-r. Sli" i ie!t hiin twiuvo vears ago on account ol hi;-i : diaini;enne.-:s and cruelty, hho earn'".I iier li.n.g •'I 1 il 3 a t| in uudiu ' nio 1  ^mn fi^f^d'^'^'A^^i'^ pi ti^fy-'-^, S^i-Vj J  ' ib^ x'h ¡)s t'^ qtí'tí-iWá fleq , Mrs. Jones j'l vear-ojd .son. .M.-in/i u-uUc.i to drive luui (1 way, but the moth'.r insi.^ie.l on ioH'pnnr Inin wrth her. It was one ot their (piai rel.-^ on thu jionit that re.-, m ¡ed in the iru'cdv. llielxiv iniormed tlie .po.hi'e several iauirs aitx-r itiesli'iotur' oecurred.  J>e  r.Mus.  •))H Al);  nei icai's. 1 ti (  (.Mi     St Ut ^ I' 1 I '1    • Ì an.on.I I'an-U i¡uestion      has cv.ate.i m -:re.    '1. il oi uii. re^t here..      Ihi I , 1 > 1 '1    1 1 s \ 11 1 n lut      at tl' ) a    ' -.eill h      tirougle. Olli CO.fe:'    nt 'u-j      A14 a "! ' '> J    M, . L f 1.1 J, 1.W      Usti iK . I \    t' r,, », ih'4      \ n Ì '    Ì '      an e.Mei' i; sia e'l    I' a: . ■! :i' -, s of (lie      \ 1 1    1 1 t . tl e      < a 1 n ) '    1 \ a 1-      SVI ^l¡    ! 1 i 1      vate'lv i H:it ti.e !.    ^ Ì tl (      (ill;.ll I ; i a.. Í . Í .  St It 1 1 \    ^ 1 1 „ \      tl "iUV -- *    liîiâ'ïiiiiiivii;®:.:^     V/ANTED TO Au Old  l-adv l'rvMtMiftal from  ^îilf.AU^ Fai . «Ï J.an 7 —-M'-s '^daie tempted t'a Jilnip troni thetioat islaad b' mio the rapui>. Mi's, .-l'iams is Tii veri!-  líe Will Try to Nip tho .\nucsation Spjitl nii'iit in thejtud.  On"AW.\, I Int., ,ian. 7. — .'\n early dissolution of the liotnniion, ))arliament is ¡mini-nent. ShortÌv .'ifter th«.-close i)^ the se.ssii.in, »vhich ir.'.s't.s liere this uionth, Sir J.>hn Ma-"-d'iiiald. i!l di-^<4ve | aaiianu'iit and coto tie. connirv to ui^e th.os" wlio are ndvocaîin ; eitlicr unreslrict-'d reciprocity oi"; aniie.ïa;io i .at) op[>or!niuty to express thi'ir views. I V.all be mainly'oil i;.i .-e i.ssura that the eh. o-ti' ll will l.'C i olit.'>i<-.i.  .Sir .lohn, it i:, stat d by an in.lisp'-.fi», > authority, has In.-comi- nin'Usy over tlie ^-rvvw-ing s.-ntimcnl in the direction of closer reia- ! tionswith the Unitel State-., and-4>ef;)re-^.¡t ' becom>'sî(K> nngiity an intlueuce for Inni toi 'ctuiqn' r he wisin's U.) seeuro a new ¡e.-is»-. of | po-vver Avhich.'if he is siawssful,avid c.-trrv i iiiin mt'.> IV.'t- 'Mr John -nt'vcr yet lias <..>:'-nutted a jiarhanient'to run, its n.aiui al iifo.. and this step, as a inatier of, <-xigi, lu y, \\ ill surprise no one. • ,  i 1  THF OT  a !>i.lomea  1 h  Hcstitutlon from  1» tliOlîl.  . \ !no;;t pitiabla .■o,¡n! V. )n thuinorth-, ' ? 1 ) m^n <ent  1 II m:; Nor-1> rt ha\ ing ^ ' I-, 1 h' y could  1 ! 1 t'l ^ knew of  It I 1 N tint %rer« i n, ' ' a!.. an average ' I mK without  • vhoes, 1 ! 1 a f( old in f M tinga-u ht n the 1 m 1 poded 111 !i thin_ on 1 r - V Î, therac«. I 1 t )i'd tion  1 I I I .Î d of  ". .", - i;!i th.ar fnizen ■•'.,: I •' i imnv. had not •, ■•' • :'• al leai! wer« ' 'thre« !■ ! o . '.)r turuqia.  ' \ til each ir i e. ' i; ¡a: ■••d. , Uno 11 1 c .lieo 1' ) ^ ivt n. a ' " o n cru-rl «n<:l ' M Ri hes Í li distruuto  r j IT.  "Illa the  !i'>r  who t i led 'n ley, lie ; au-of the al. ile f thft rs of tv 1 ers 1/ lUiS !' Î X to il i con-  in  V/ANTED TO Au Old  Di'^OVVN, HERSELF.  1 tiiuping  l-adv l'rvMtMiftal from  ^îilf.AU^ Fai . «Ï J.an 7 —-M'-s '^daie tempted t'a Jilnip troni thetioat islaad b' mio the rapui>. Mi's, .-l'iams is Tii veri!-  ,1 - ,  ,d ! n Ran i  and »as for many years a resident 'of - nu ill H iM 1 lo-,i »1 r h Is!) ui I t ! hi j dri.ii. she acted in tue cai^aeiiv of niirs< unid I ìlhu'ss ,an 1 a-M made lier dépendent. ^nIv'u .Mr e. N of this vulaii;^. p.ave ¡lel Íi  hr i" 'r í-iipiint two í<í> < n«  iL 1. lie, iM to jK IJ) over th t'üJis. rniJi^^'  s.nys done i llorín not ' o i»  t yet  îviay m the>  i - -S'í-  > Í.JIU  s" tirm •11-I 'ew ' lo ;it the  Wh  t., ^î  TH.  IV  ■ Wh.ie  . . -i i.V  bV À -«ÎW ( t'  f 1 '  u-'t/h-l Wh'n  ■ f  lai  n th.-t Mt  .-HÌ î' ;  '¿Â  ! i  N \s  V  ■All '  or trjip  1 I »  ,..,1 Ir  í.a Sen-  ri» ( V  ,; Mrrí. ^ \  i l.o  ■S ¡;ii ra-..".v for the il-ivtu.a liepulihc ha l not il! ¡a^'í'.i. I he i're'.v would ?.'ik>"ì t ho ve-.vi to .n.fí)!'coa] and thi'UCís to Ne v \oi k. i'i .-ideili ijei.'ii nii>.> ami lus cal)iiict caned 'a: Admiral Lac« ou th'> mai., returning the oïlicial Visit ot tho abiurai on tbii pro-cttling (kiY. ■  Al l)t. Jtïsepii Catholic «.-ithc Irai a jabtla-(ii'ii tivsa vvi5,s held ou Dec. for tins oico-ti' u o 1/ ,;Ultao ÎA) tliu prt,"»l Ion -y  1 lie htt anw AJcrt from Hayii brm"a no new s ot inteHjst. Ail was qtuüt at Gonavkv will n .slii'Metk Tho (Jtu-nian steamer Ail» m iw ^ m iKUt, also a Fuuch bark which iiad uriiViMi tiom Poit lu Punte, w'ieu» she  \v.  tip¡a-<  inai  I \  general .--up  < I 11 ' 1,1 I  tu .t 1 the t. i\ u r tint tui I 1.  the c n< it.  iter ( U'l Sfi viei« Kiili'». ¡  TihN. .J:iU. 7. — i hf i.-ri'Sid-tii- ha.-, i le i e. iiiat ions made I'Viai- ci% u ■ n 1 1 rovi lujg tor th i v i ■1 vil s.ami'o jailcs lo iho i-;n!n :y -I'. \V nh the e.xcepuon o¡ t.ì.e erinti'iiileiit. all the emrl 'Vi-, w i,i iiicN,. rule.■^ and .•ipi-ointin .¡î-, t., li! I e ma. ,e m n. .,;vi i.ai.ce it \ 1 «> rivnil.Tti'.sus, It. is ¡novneil .rr, ed x:lerk.s mny Ui muile irom ■d railway mail .service îo nny  1 cla.s'-iíi fi pt"ii iiKü and to tlitì 111 e do  poin-mom,  ^liippcil with :Mct.liirt''ü >.lt)ii«v.  "VVii,Ki:s-BAitur., Fa.. Jjul 7.—Imh learned that PiuktyUJii'a doti.'CtiWia rettivjrts.l only out ol ti>t. fcl'J.S'nU st'iitn iroin Pavimn-ttir McCiUre bv hu murderers, Iho remainder is nupfK»u<!<l tiJ 1*5 UI ir t-œtwMlun of "B«?d-iwnh Mike'« ■ iiceomphc.es. who have tl 'fl to Italv, and are li ing pur.<iie;î tnere bv Puil;er-ttui's men. .T ho murdo rsdi vid d the money  W \ ! ! 1. Í r  tl'oll 'ht li V,.; .  S. . t 1 mai'.v vvii'ii.t ! the iiihal.ilant-Uu. i I ui 1 t  bv  I I'.d  tlie 1  c.f w I  \ (  ('e. \ ! 1 t ,i; 1 I ^  o  I i  <.1 r  h lì 1.1  all  >llll<'l-« HjUleU'ii I ) < \ 'I  1 t<i pn  .1 1»<  !<l  1 1  hud biyuu MjUv'd by the Haytuiu war ship I amtxig tbetUHidve.i alt PUil4t<lvl¿)lUti» a füvv Dcflktluifis M wmpagtd «TrajKt i aUst Um «i^jjutu  I 1 limi.  I>h M «  Kninia /vh; estáis- own. i .1)1  b( le'ti-tu ui\ putuuv-n-J. u.iij t^u Uiueos to t n. KiUj.hta üí Irtítll'wi., UiU« pio-  iot«^ihr»iiiiüijrB> I ÜM» UvutjiOb  n-il, t< al  vlii'd  i 1)11 t»l <  1 OUTt.VMi. Ole . Ijilli! ÜT ' Ui' ' a' ' n "»'ll ) tl I In "«t t i \li - q 'I a M ' 0 11 - h \\ I I. ^ \ ( i ai . ' < - i i tu 1 I ' t r tí v-s \\ fnis>ioíier. «h.' iidnni.s tha  t il'vY Ti»-  'O  - .t  w  1 1 L . Oi  b U-Xíi  r-t-  1 t< lit  el  n li-- 's rh»  ' . ... V . j  iMJlj i t. S LUlO^l'l» 44', V «Ol A Wi UM iUW pSttlWt   

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