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Baltimore Sun (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Baltimore, Maryland \ a a or doily Iima t it tar at the Bok Iron build link Isi co cd is or balt Mosk Ako South cab. By a. S. Beix a co. To Benim or Ord by the carriers to their Ouk the Ouk no a or tricks i in a a two. For Twel Vuk Centi a we re eff enable weekly Only to the carriers or sob Sirvrt. Persons wish in to be so a re a can. To or Man and Addry a to los sex oflus. Pm pc a rom copy. The tent by week thir tem Omu two weeks Twenty fire ent. One Mentis aft menu two months one Rio or three Mouths end tellor and a half six months three Duk me ear Dowers Tara prep id by the. By nil Are info Neper tent longer than paid for. How Stltt Dollar a , prepaid. Inducement a to Cit 1&Quot Beriber for one Dollar a year. Riitto a i la Bijj Sun mailed i City my list of matters remaining in Baltimore Post office january 13, 1891. Parsons Esiline for . Or to follow of list will ply a a aay it a Edvart Lead . not Rao Elre a sri. A Silver of letters by Carrier at Tbs Rel Dwass of owners is j be a scored the Piv direct letters Plain la to Tbs Street end number of letter with Hie write full address in eluding Street end number Sud request answer to be 41 Odri latter to Stren ror or Trene Lenl visitors in s town or City a boy a epo Eiel add rets May be unknown at no id is marked in loner left hand Corker with the word fourth piece the Post a tamp on the upper right hand Corner Aud Leat. A Pace Between the a ump and tha direction Foi postmark aug inter fat is with the w letter to int tule or Flot Lolous add Reese. Gannet be de . Volume . 50. Baltimore. Tuesday morning january 13, 1891. Twelve cents a week. Adams Wiss Mary Kehn rattle. Jon Ole Andaraos mite Kitty balms Annie Baker Mies ii for i Franca Bates m is Amy Batty Nettles Kellie Baxter mrs Josephine Boa Bam mass Olive Beake kiss c Bennett la Aluie Blake mrs Charles Bond Mlaka Koala Boston ills built Bowman mrs a Ness Boyd mrs Kate Bright mis. 6 to Brocken Bro Gumis Bennis miss Mary Brooks m is Bills Brooks m rarer let b re a in in m ladies list. Henderson miss Rotondo Patsy i Giuseppe Henry miss Flor Baac mrs Raciel a Nee Scales muss Rah Hick. I. Alverta sub. Lei miss uen Hodge ills it m h Elbe it miss Frances h names m i s h Honan ii is rate Kopper Mrak Mma Hopkins mrs bely Hopkins m is Carri a Houston ii is Howard Blanch Willie hard mrs Jacob in j e j Elflei son mud Lula Rietta Scott ii re Louisa Scott Misa c see Norem is Mollie Seward la Shaw m is Mabel Shaw m is Florence Sherwood miss Simon mrs ii sink i and miss Kosey Slaughter miss be Nile i Elvron miss Lulu Smith miss a on mrs Sld Smith a us Jenny Ufa k Smith miss Hiss i. Johnson i Ticy Joni Ali mrs m j of is a min a a Smith mrs wary v Uja i Smith miss Annie w John Tonkiss Aei Iet a ninth mud k i Johnson or. To a Sinh or. Lira. Eryll. I Smith mrs Mary Joue. Miss Lune Smith mrs Carol be Jones or. Lire. A a a Ajo Bro Vul Miliman co Jones mls Cabala suy Elk 4 to hey mrs har Jonet i. By Speaks mud Anna ret Jena mrs Jan Harris Bro. Mrs. P. Harris it. L. Lir item t. F. Dean Propri to a and maw Wen. Standing Lioom Only. Every evening this worx at 8 o lock. Matinees thursday and saturday. The original and world famous Hanlon Brothers presenting for the drat time in this a try their gorgeous spectacular and dramatic pantomime a sup Bra. Astonishing mechanical Luccis. Beautiful scenery. Graceful dancing. Laughable incas. The wonderful arabian acrobats. The orb Ian gaiety dancers. Next week mrs. Leslie Ca Teh in ugly Ford tile Comfort a of Homo a. Surveys of unmeasured Bun. Enjoyed by an audience Biff in numbers Brilliant in character Gillette s last and Best farce i comedy. All the comforts of Home under the direction of Charles Frohman. Oehmig Acme Hall. Now York one Price clothing House the weather slightly colder. Cill be generally fair and a the let floor. A no 2nd floor. �?26 Bullock or a t mrs j Peelier mfg c Bun Lay Nuutt Mill Annie a Biltong Mattler m Koch Butler ,1 Nerancy my col Spiro min Annie spinner us wary Litti Spring a Clif stored ail a Bailie lad a miss m us i a Mary Laws my Anni a mowed or her 1 to Byrd mud bracket Cannon mud m Carpenter m Law of i lira Law Mno Harriet Ritt Carroll i. Her l be bul Cai 1.� rl., i 1 Lee m l a Annie 11 Al tar ii of Rani a Cwi Roll m us Sai Liesl we a re Bachel Mush Dora c Quot a my mrry a Lilly ten ii re c b j Aylor Carver Miff Parlar or Mui j loopy in b 8 hot Mill Alverta log a a mud Lucy queue mrs Mary Lynch Mist Maggie ital Lisier ii i Kan a la cel Lar mull l Carter full a cased Aymro Katie Charles mrs tru Man Cia mud Alice claim a miss Minnie cock run Winger Conaway maj Ulia Cook miss b e Cotton Mitt Maggie co v i no ton m in to u lie Coy mrs t m carry ii is deny Bailee mrs Fannie. Bal ramp mfr miss Haiti k Dalby lit a Hannah Dean mrs Klim Dean miss Julia Deacon mus Kila Dennis mrs Mollie Dickie miss Helen do hereon miss Sarah a Diggs miss a dbl Dobson Las Hester Dorsey Mui Xou is Dunn miss Ada Eckenrod miss Sarah o Alia mud Nelli Blanc mrs Weston s ranges mrs w h f Lank mra Benjamin fuck Lonicia mrs Mary mess Ford m is Laura v Riggetta mrs h Viilu pier mrs bad me oooo Mill Dory i ant Bliss Mollie Okay miss Mary j Uray mrs Alex Ute Eer min. Maggie k Ute 0 min a l Tor Kors Cella i human Al nub and Thomas mrs harsh Thomas mud a Thomas min a ii a let a to ionian Mist i i Thompson mrs to r maiieumrsp.arbara1 Bert menu min k Marc the Ort a on Mission Marsch miss Thornton miss a Mason miss attle Mathews Kuen Mccormick. Mrs James Lilly murky mrs la Meyer m us a Unie Miller my. Plattle Vaughn Quot Aiger mud Harriet Goodrich Ria Toney mrs Saille Ann tory mrs Al to j Tun a or i Dan note cd on mrs Ida Miller mrs Mary Miller 1is� Ella Miller mis kale Mitchell mrs Lucinda molls mud ii Moor mrs harsh k Moore mud Nettie Morris m a Belle Morton mud tiny Ai Nurphy m is m m a it on ii re j Nev Man miss Lorena Nicholson mrs Iau re k a ugent Al is John i o Brien miss n j a tier. Katherine of Neill Ai Slaggie ens m re Owings 11 eau e Fack cull min a Mary us mud Maggie Peacock mud mag g in Fennington mrs Elisa perineal mrs Molln a Petter m a Susler Phelp miss aum Piper ii is m to greening Milf Pitcher ii is i. A in. A a a a 6rge Quot main i Ori Nus miss grim a miss Elor once Gross miss Mary a Guu Bart mra John a out seas mrs Hall mrs Mary m miss Ger old Hammond or than ule m i Harper mrs Emma Hartman m Kathy for Hatch mrs Hatchett mrs Hawk my. Arcana h a toiling miss Mary j Pitts mrs go an a Powell Lyril cd 1�?Treet ills Annie Bead miss Bailie Reese miss Naiad Kell miss Lary Hamel my Maggie Benet a m is Hue Rhoads Mujo aug Rice Lotts Kic Heij mrs Ijen Trett Bobson miss Pron la mob Tsou alls Mart ii la i i la b i la miss Alai Ion Rolfe a re s t Ross my Maria Ross kits a Tlam knt a lib i. Adams Cha. Hall i n Adams William Hall Audrew a dding Tou cell i Hammond j i. I Valkyr miss hat Tell Warfield mrs m e Ivashin Tou mrs m Washington miss e Watterson or Hau hah we a err Mamie ate so mrs pros i Ilia a a heeler airs m at bite mrs a Aleua White it is White mrs o Albite Al is. K atle a Whiteford miss titlist a Billy m is Sarah Whiteler Lisl Loxle w ii 11 tin g ton miss Ken Ute a leks miss Maryb Wilcox Al us Ilo Liy Willers mrs c William miso Mollie Al Llams miss kid ii Ieav lil lantsm a Liziie Williams mus Mol let a i 11 Lam s i s cd to Illus mrs Nannie a h los Ai of s m Oil Meh 11 ii a mrs Dan Willis a is a 0 Pavilion miss Julia a i is in miss Anni. A upon Liis deity a a gluon m is a Unie a i Ison m is kale Waif Maggie won air Richard a of Iff mud Lagg to we,��1 land mrs m w o Rill Ley y 1�, Al Tea yarn mrs Lams vol Kes mias Catherine Young Anilla Zell miss Lucy a Jewell mrs John t let matinee wednesday it matinee wednesday. 1st matinee wednesday. Next Charity Ball. Holliday Street theatre. A reserved seat on the first f loor.25c. Balcony All coup one Kents amp a. Wednesday m Ati news. Hater Day. Cro crded to the dons. A genuine ovation. The Jolly comedian and Sweet sniffer Harles a. Gardner. In the Beautiful und romantic 1�?Tlav, special Alpine scenery. A drear company. A tyrolean Quartetti. Thespian info Bee. Dear or. Gardner sing a the j Jan. Id a. B. Mack in. In Grimes s cellar door. Kernan t monumental theatre. Grand matinee.2 p. Today. The City club vaudeville and bulk sue company. The great spectacular a it eni bouffe a studies in Matt Morrau a famous masterpieces perfect living models a fifty artists. High class specially Olio. In the rink Excelsior Riding gallery. Admission free. Ride 5c. Next week Weber and Fields great specially show. X Kelly a front Street theatre. 2 p. a y.2 p. Sunset Rock on the White Caps warning. The greatest and Best romantic melodrama Ever written Jim or. Harry Meredith. Author of a Rancho to a a Tho Man prom Maine a a. W ill appear at every performance. Baltimore symphony orchestra. Academy of Hall. Third g Hanu concert this tuesday evening. Jan. 13. 1891. Ross j ung Nickel. Conductor. Or. S. Monroe Fabian pianist. Grand orchestra of so performers. Box office open at Talbott s. Reserved 3eafsfl and 75c. Concert commences promptly at 80�?Tclock. The Sale of seats yesterday at Talbott s was the Juniest the Boston symphony orchestra la a Ever had in Baltimore. Be vent a fire artist take part. Or. Arthur Nikisch conductor. Mrs. Arthur Nikisch soloist. A Brilliant modern programme incl diff Mendelssohn s wedding March Aud other music of the a Midsummer nights Concordia opera House. Jan. 16. S reserved be a in Al 5d. Admission $1. A town Alin. Cd h a lieu j k Altheimer Joseph Anderson James Babkirk c a Ballard a m Baker Richard Hartman f a Bay John kit Ai or Bell Truman j Burger or Aud air w m Bayal Chaa h ilia11 s big gut Henry Bill tugs or j s bar h bad a Bix or Daniel Block or Boyd 101 a me Ken Der bran 1 John ii brew no Sod Bie Urjil a Vernon Bright James w Brown George Brown or Brown Hubert bum m Cain a Bro Carey Hun mile Cai be j oho f cat r Stephen Carroll Bob Cal Roll Bah cat it Pollock Aco cries Redd a c clime j h Collins Chari a k Coughlan b councilman or j w Crupper ilium Cullen Anthony Catter a Crossett Deacon Adam dec Sou or Denson p Devilb Tsi a co Dur Philip Dosser rank hoes Cherie Down k Dianer peat Edward Chari a Ferguson Obj Foote brr Theodore c a a Foster minor franc George Erick w c from mfr Oscar i Bro Gale George Gardner Balli Garrett Maribel Gardner j h Goodmen or Goodwin Louis d it Singer g Gray Chari a if afro Chat Henry glean Welch a co i Eta John f. Gresham j h gloves Bugany gulls Charles. Or guest so Barber f we Berlin b Boomer Kins her mind Budd 8 a iter Budd a Abc Burkhardt Bobert Bremer or Baas Johann gee be retain h ller Kovita t Brunner Earl Bakstein Max Conlyn or Cohen l Durante Suine Dietrich Mon Frohnapfel Johann us Riyuo Haverlok Hanson k m Harper v Harrison John h Llars by c f Hawkins j Hayden l j Heapey or Tieh 11, or Howell t her log Fred Hilliard John Bullet kit a co Hogan a Henniker Hodenberg b Hoofnagle k o Hull William a 3 Hunter a co to Utch Lansou j t to it Chanson j p Hyde Eddie l Irvine w b Jackson Henry Jackson John h Johnson t b Johnson w h j Shimun a c a co Johnson Washington Johnson John Jones engine b Jon a i diam m i Taser a Kern swag a co Kinau we bolter j 0 Kortright or and air i Langley b Leebron William Lay Tuloar Leal bark Jacob to i Lewis William 3 Lew 8 Lic Kanstein s Lobmas i h Lynn Frederick co mag ref j c Ai Amman John Martin Geo h Martin Duncan Mather f j Mattingly of a a Mason w t Mays f b of Mcduell a a co Mcgeorge or and mrs Jam Kles of j d Manger capt Fred and or Miller h a Miller John Miller mrs t h Mitchell 6 Offutt Rev w j Mollman Henry Monroe William 2 Houri k ii la o Reb esd Edward Morris Curence j Murray c n Myers a to d Myers Maurice Neal Charles Niece Harry Leos gee 8onaco tubs or paid Rel Cherie Parker Michael Folk Ign list. A Roleau Isaac l>li111 a Frank pie Conrad i att l i Ward Price Thomas Randolph Wilton held f St Reilly Richard b Rhodes Cap j Rice Edward Richard Lux Richer Soti we Richter Lew Reno Midgut Charloe Rittar Chnat opher Roberts j w h Raj Haosou t b Kobl Sod m a Rebill Sou w Iii Robison Ai b Rodl Guex a co Rose Blum or Kose Bruin a Shapiro Rothschild Bro Bacay i see i n see h a up ii Bro l Shull Wirebach a co Butz Melvin b a co sign if a co Skinner ii Skinner Tom Knitl Albert Smith Al Al Urry 3 Smith to a Smith b Smith Chat r Sui the Bot a co Solomon a Sommer John Phillip Sonnenthal j a co Starrel George Sun Ceil r h Stere son Robt Strahlman master ii Stuart Leo 8 Edward Wisher will f Taylor be Caa Taylor w a Taylor j i cab j olm l Thomas w a Thompson w f ii in a f Toile Cha towns Mon a Troup John l Lurker j w Turner Tom Tyler William b Vincent c Vogel Antonio Waje John Walter Frank or Lewark or Ward or e a water Ber w m Weatherby a by Side her a j Well Frank White James White h win a George Wood Bolil m Ood Cuarlie a a. Ipod Yeats Jedrej Holm min a Louly a Blu re Harris Jam a a co Heubeck Max h uck Anholt j ustas Kohler Clara Keepe Fryou d Krupsky Jan Naraj Bex Maks i sack Huller a is urn of i to Cal till Oglo Hasmi Arlo Teui John Korytowski Chr lit Trasen Solomon Kau Beihold Lang a ohm it m i ack in Ruth drip Veimau u Masauki a Unis or Bragg Guus ppe Dinovo co Aaimo doge a t fraud Ecru Antonio w Marti Jaag j r i Matin Rani i i Limo in ii Dominie Wink andr7y Mandala Oha hah wich Toyi Joe aka Yesitis pets Josef italian list. Lotto us Laepple Al a a t r o Giorgo Guisep Antonio _ be 2 i l i Gnu Tusi Ling a i Averly station. Ladika list. Washington mud rattle l gentlemen s list. Hunt William l j Ternei John a Woodberry station. a list George w Baiey Joshua m16 cell Ato Kous. A. 103& North ii nor Al Hall razor printing co l ulu 116 North Bond of. Peabody chemical co. Per lass Fortu Isar to the Presl Dato or treat ural forester club Hercl. Uncle Sam s old. Aud loan ats us untie real Boud Assoc Skull l Ilion almanac co no. Iso Baltimore kid. G. B. A. Clothing Sale. . Yfim Johnson postmaster. Choice today any suit or overcoat in our Houise $14 75. Hamburgers 122 last Baltimore Street. % prof. Koch recommends the Boden Mineral pastilles. T troches made from the Boden Springs Frankfurt Germany for a sore Throat. I Catarrh coughs a. I and colds aft the Defit Apa most effective remedy. Or. Koch sa4d a a cough for which i tried Many top rur medicines which had not the slightest effect soon became better and has now entirely disappeared by the use of Tho Soden pastilles a the genuine must have the testimonial and signature of sir Morrell Mackenzie around each Box. Price 50c. T buy in machine with a reputation earned by forty years of faithful service. Wheeler a Wilson a new High Arm no. 9 eclipse All others being simple Swift silent symmetrical and serv Ceab e. Wheeler a Wilson Meg. Co. Office 102 n. Charles St. When baby was sick we gave her Ristori a when she was a child she cried for Castor in. When she became Misa she Clung to Castor in. When she had children she rave them Castor in. Pm Mart m quart key. Designer painters. And Interior and exterior color dec orators. Fresco paper hangings plastic work a a enrichment of every character for do Rollings churches. Public buildings a. Emmart a of Artley .j�8 Fork Avenue. Baltimore and 52o St Street n. A. Washington d. C. Good cooking a on the chief blessings of every Home. Xxi always insure Good custards puddings pc use Gail Borden a a haole wlidi.eh8ed milk. Directions on the lao i. Bold by your grocer. irritation j uc6i coughing immediately re-�1 Quot Broom bronchial 8ow Only in Boxen. T the present generation of music lovers has enjoyed no orchestral playing to lie compared with this Effort of the bands last next York Sun december id j890._ 7 benevolent endowment fraternity. Grana complimentary entertainment thursday evening january 15, Lehmann shall k"�6 n. Howard St. Persons holding tickets can secure reserved seats at Talbott a 13 North Charles 7 annual meeting society suppression or vice at Levering Hall Hopkins University tuesday january 13, 1891, at 8 p. Addresses by a. Wishart. Esq., of Pittsburg of a enforcement of Pennsylvania High License Charles j. Bonaparte esq., on a what a society for the suppression of vice can do and what it cannot. John c. Rose esq., on Quot Workings of High License in other addresses to be hereafter announced. Public invited. 7 rescued from death. Asthma and Catarrh had Ivan exiled the life of Herman Lang. After the recovery from typhoid fever a dangerous symptoms of asthmatic and catarrhal troubles undermine the Constitution extending Over a period of seven years until the life of the sufferer hangs upon a Mere thread drs. Mccoy and Jordan Are called in and in a Short time restore health. Herman Long of 1119 Pinkney Street was nearly a dead Man from asthma and Catarrh but thanks to Tho efficiency of drs. Mccoy and Jordan the Catarrh specialists he was probably saved to Bis family and to the Community at Large for Many years to come. He is thirty Throe years of age and a native of Saxony Germany whence he emigrated to this country live years ago. His business is that of a Blacksmith and for quite a while he has been employed at mount Clare. The disease with which be was afflicted had been a great drawback to the prompt performance by him Oil his duties As Well As to his enjoyment of private life at Home. But now this is practically a thing of the past and he feels As Well As Ever. Listen to his own Story a seven years ago Whilo still a resident of fatherland i had a severe attack of typhoid fever. This was cured but not without leaving equally dangerous if not As quickly operating effects. Noon after my recovery symptoms of asthmatic inconvenience and Catarrh troubles suggested themselves which although they were not so threatening at first gradually became very grievous. One year of affliction made room for a other the latter constantly wealthier in misery than its predecessor. The trouble i would notice was particularly unbearable in the Spring Aud autumn when my condition was such As to make me consider life a Burden and death a messenger of Joy. I was regularly forced to sneeze Aud my nose ran almost incessantly. breath was Short for my Throat seemed to to thoroughly choked with phlegm which would not readily loosen. I coughed hard All the time. At i intervals my sleep was undisturbed during the entire night Aud i Felt refreshed in the morning but then again i would be compelled to sit up for hours when the Only sleep i got if buy was in a chair. Sometimes i spit sudden fragments of mucus. In the morning when j got up i had to cough for at least a half hour and did not feel Auy Relief until alter breakfast. Now and then my appetite would almost leave me and i ate very Little ail Day retiring soon after coming Homo from my work in the evening. Heavy pains across my Chest Aud in my shoulders appeared to have gained perpetual control of me As i was troubled with them constantly. A while still in Germany i bought Relief in applying various Domestic remedies but without Avail. Then i called on a cold water physician who did me no Good either. Some time alter my arrival in America i consulted another physician but Tho result was the same. This was enough to convince to that doctors come do me no Good and i concluded to let them alone thereafter and Bear my lot As Best i could. But the worst had yet to come and what it was i fully ascertained when i was obliged to stay at Homo three weeks on account of my troubles without being Able to leave the House or do any work. At that time i was again under medical treatment but the Relief was Only temporary. About six a months ago my attention was called to drs. Mccoy and Jordan by friends who Baa seen their advertisements in the newspapers Aud upon glancing Over one or two of Theta myself i was persuaded into the belief that they could cure me. I went to see them and after examining me and informing me of the True status of my Case they assured me that they could. They gave me Medicine which at once loosened the phlegm in Ray Throat so that i Felt greatly relieved in my respiratory organs. nose was likewise cleared and i could breathe with considerable ease. Gradually my cough grew less. All bad effects of my disease began to disappear. After taking repeated doses of the Medicine i saw that i was rapidly improving and with every Stop to recovery i gained Confidence in my physicians. Now i foe better in every respect and Arn Only at times a under the drs. Mccoy and Jordan have my cordial recommendations to drs. Mccoy and Jordan late of the Bellevue Hospital new York. Office no. 21 West Franklin Street Baltimore where All curable diseases Are treated with Success. Consultation at of file or by mail $1. Office hours 9 toll a. M., 2 to 4 p. M., 7 to 9 p. M., daily sundays 9 to 12 a. I Chalco today any snit or overcoat in our House $14 75. Hamburgers 122 East Baltimore Street. 7 i have Given Dukehart a extract malt with cod liver Oil and Lime &c., Niemeyer emulsion a very fair trial and consider it a very desirable preparation to the medical profession. J. Bellman m. Greensburg led. 7 dry. C. Benson and a. O. Manuals be specialists in skin and nervous diseases superfluous hairs moles Marks and blemishes removed. Off of Al North Howard St. I More than one half of the human family Are afflicted with the piles. How rapidly the number of sufferers would diminish if they would Only try old Saul s pile ointment Price 26 cents. 7 a clothes Call $9 of has proved such an attractive Price that we shall continue this unprecedented buyers bargain Bonanza for another week. We have again filled up Tho counters with Many new styles of suits and overcoats that were made to sell for $14 of $13 of and $12 of. The $13 03 Sale of suits and overcoats has been an unlimited Success High Grade Acme Quality garments Selling from $3 of to $8 of under Price made Busy Days for us. Remember Many $22 of $20 of and $18 of bits and overcoats Are in this lot. Oehm s Acme Hall 7 5 and 7 West Baltimore Street. The Ideal photograph. Have you seen it the photographs on porcelain Cabinet size one Dollar. Fine Cabinet photographs two and Turku dollars a dozen. Getz studio. 210 North Charles Street. Choice today any suit or overcoat in our House in 75. Hamburgers in Bast Baltimore the Sun almanac. A Home production and a Good one too. The Sun almanac for 1891�?the sixteenth annual Issue of the publications contains 120 pages and covers a wider Field than it has Ever before occupied. The aim of the publishers is to Tnp Rovo the Book and make it More valuable every year As a reference manual and no one who Bas had occasion to make use of it can fail to conclude that this has been steadily accomplished from the beginning in 18t6. This year considerably More space Bas been Given to National affairs than usual and the new matter includes statistics of pensions from authoritative sources returns from the Al Venth census enumeration of population the changes to Congress the political record of the year and other information of general interest. At the same time none of the approved and Standard features which have hitherto caused the work to be held la High esteem Are omitted. We think it can be claimed without ext 103 and 104 Sii. 111. Ill. Ill. Ill. Ill. I. La. La. La. La. La. La. La. La. Ii. La. La. La. Til. Mil. I ill. Mil. Mil. Mil. Mil. Mil. Ill. I ill. Mil. Mil. I in ill. La. Mil Mil. Til. Mil. . Ill. Mil. . Mil. Mil Mil Mil. Oil East Baltimore Street As advertised we re going to set a Swift next to Cor. St. Paul. Aeration that the Sun almanac for 1891 is not Only larger than any of its predecessors but that it supplies a wider Range of valuable statistics and a greater variety of matter than heretofore. It should be added that the Pithy maxims which Are scattered throughout the Book comprise a most Oom plete collection of the sayings of Benjamin Franklin in his capacity of the almanac maker a poor the Sun almanac is issued As a new years gift for subscribers to the daily and weekly Sun to All of whom it is seat free of charge. A. 8. Abell a co proprietors daily and weekly 8uw. The Sun almanac will be ready for distribution in a very Short while. In the meantime Send in your subscriptions. 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Chinchilla overcoats Montagna overcoats Kersey overcoats Melton overcoats storm overcoats All marked Down to $11. Silk mixed suits Harris s cassimere suits Black Cheviot suits. Blue Beaver suits All marked Down to $11. We desire every gentleman whose eyes fall on tins advertisement to Call Aud see the genuine bargains we re offering. The new York clothing houses modern plans Are both reasonable and comprehensive. Aud the Quick intelligence of this Community Bas grasped instantly the fitness of our great retailing in january. We have not invented and new ideas have Only applied them. The Mark Down is genuine. The original and Mark Down Price Are on every garment. New York new York new York Oxe Friar clothing House i in a the i no Housh 102 and 104 East Baltimore St., next to to Ruer St. Paul. 7 annual shop wow Sale or Fine boots and shoes latest styles. Levi Weinberger sock Price hos House 316 Lexington Street. We never carry shoes from one season to another. Customers can rely upon securing the greatest bargains. Shop worn Sale. Shop wow Maun 8hof-Wobn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. 8hop-Wokn Sale. 8hop-worn Hale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Poop worn a . Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Hale. Shop worn Bale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop work Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn male. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn a alb. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Slightly shop worn ladies it Madaii Jud Bronze slippers. Kay Brood a red vamps non ouly $1 88. Slightly shop worn ladies Gant de suede Slipper Kow Only $1 88. These slippers will suit the most fastidious for evening Wear. Ladies French kid slippers. Slightly shop worn now Only $1 88. Very pretty slippers for evening Wear $1 88. Ladies boots slightly Shor worn. Every pair warranted to be Well made. Now Only $1 68 Worth $3 50l slightly shop worn French kid Button boots. Ladies Button boots i slightly shop worn made by Laird. Soh a Ber a Mitchell Worth $6 and $7, Only $2 60. Shop worn ladies buttoned boots made by Edwin c. Burt a Ca., Worth $8 and $7, at $2 98 and $8 98 per pair. Shop worn children a Sprino Hbl shoes made by Edwin c. Burt a co., Worth $2 and $2 50, $1 39 Only. Boys and youths Patent leather pumps for evening Wear. At 98 cents per pair. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Saik. Shop worn Sale shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. 8hop-worn Sale. Shop worn Sale. Shop worn gents Burts Congress gaiters now Only $1 98, were $5 of. Shop worn gents Burts lace shoes. Now Only to 98. Were $6 of. 8hop-worn gents Patent leather Oxford ties now Only $175. Suitable for evening Wear. Bors shoes slightly shop worn Only $1 76. Shop worn Sale Burt s boys shoes. Levi Weinberger a one Price Shok House 816 Lexington Street. T Choice today any snit or overcoat in our House $14 75. Hamburgers 122 Bast Baltimore 7 to. Sigmund 921 North Eutaw it. Seal garment Sale. Last garments. Until 6 p. Today. Cut prices prevail on Seal garments. Success extraordinary. If you want a bargain you must Call today Seal garments All fashionable shapes All Best London Dye Cut prices until 6 p. Save $60 to $l00 on each garment. Capes prices Cut in half. Muffs. Hoses furs. Jos. Sigmund 221 North Eutaw Street Jos. Sigmund Cor. Clay Street. 7 a Story i wish to relate about a commercial drummer who travels through Many a City and state during Winter and summer. Said he ifs a pleasure now to roam about. Since Bishop s Couoh cure has been out we have something to protect us when changes of weather and clime affect us. It will cure a cold. Improve the voice. Bishops Kab liable cough cuke is the drummers Choice. British America Assurance company or Toronto Canada _ established 1833. Branch of Floe. 313 second St. Baltimore my. . B. F. Mai Litkin has this Day been appointed the British America Amu Rahib company for Baltimore City my. J. Morrison january i ill referring to the above i psf to inform or friends and the Public generally that i have accepted the management of this old Strong and Well known fire insure Doe company for Baltimore Ritj and respectfully solicit a share of your patronage pledging my prompt and oars Ful attention to All business entrusted to my cars and at Al times to pro toot the interest of the assured in every Way. Image and Small lines placed in Best companies at no Cost to the assured beyond the actual amount of Premium. With thanks for psst is von i in vary respectfully by v. Mullikin us second Street. Cholee today any Salt or overcoat in our House $14 76. Hah Bung rash us East Baltimore Street. $ the Comfort of Home an illustration by laughable incidents Given by capital artists for several merry hour at Fords grand opera House this week. Quot but what Are past or future joust the pretext is our town and he la Wise who Hest employs All the Comfort of rattling rollicking Faros comedy bubbling Over with the jollies laughter is the entertainment at Ford s. The perfection of Light comedy Fine acting elegant costumes tasteful appointments. Every night first matinee on wednesday. The admission to Tho first floor 50 cents second Aud third floor 25 cents. Reserved Placos according to selection. Tonight will be notable by the attendance of a Large number of society theatre partics.7 Charles a. Gardner the Sweet Singer. A More delighted and appreciative audience never crowded wit Biu the Holliday Street theatre than that which witnessed a a fatherland last night. Hundreds were turned away and enthusiasm prevailed without limit. The costumes scenery and music Are All especially appropriate und Tho play itself inspires Tho heart with feelings that prompt us to extend our sympathies to Tho genial hero. A fat Hekland is indeed in picture finished with the magic touching of an artist. Secure seats in Advance. 7 the City dab burlesque company made Tho hit of the season at Tho monumental theatre last night. Tho House was filled to its utmost capacity and the vast audience by applause and enthusiastic encores unanimously voted Tho entertainment first class in every detail. Matt Mora in a living Art pictures Are perfect models of artistic Grace and the grand Olio includes Only High class specialities. Matinee at 2 p. Today. 7 skilled workmen. C. Y. Davidson a co., sanitary plumbing. Low prices. N. Liberty Street. John e. Triple. We Are now at 31 a kit Lexington Street. And in Good shape for Batt iness. Tho store will open at 8 o clock Aud close at 6 of clock. On saturday it 7 of clock. Your attention is called particularly to our new store and now number. 31 West Lexington Street and we invite All to see our Ixia Alful store. We have put Money in a unit to lot of goods and we have put the in a brilliantly a lasted store on the first floor of i West Lexington Street. A you enter the great Bright room and look upon the delicate pieces of fans jewelry Kip gives Aud Hiroa Bukac your mind tails Back to your visit to the grand european stores. Keep your Eye on the name and number of this store. We shall offer great Murgul us in a Day or two. John r. Tri blk 7 31 West lick Angton Street. The Sun. Telegraphic summary Etc. Toe United states weather Bureau forecast for today for Baltimore Washington and Vicinity is for generally fair Aud slightly colder weather. The Duke of Somerset is dead a Paris newspaper states that Franco bus not yet received the official invitation from the United states government to tie represented at the worlds fair to be held in Chi Lagos the French government Hue decided to accept territorial compensation Only for the cession to great Bra Tail of Tho French Shore of be foun Lland Thore is no material change in the status of the Railroad strike in amp oot Laud int Casoly cold weather continues to prevail throughout England and Hungary. In the Northern part of the latter country wolves have invaded villages in search of food the Man arrested at lot Hje Ain on suspicion of Sciug the one who killed the russian police agent in Paris is said to be Paulc Wiki for whom the French police have been Linting Cardinal Gibbons has written a letter to the Pope on the political bearings of the school question in Tho United states the Paris Figaro announces that the political difficulty which has existed Over the leadership of the Irish parliamentary party has been settled by merr. Parnell and of Brien an Avalanche crushed Down from the mountains dose to Seru Jevto the capital of Bosnia on houses of the City burying Tim buildings beneath it Aud killing seventeen persons. The committee appointed by the Maryland Institute to visit the schools of Art Aud design in Boston new York and Philadelphia made a report last night of their inv Suga tons the fourth and lust lecture of or. Richard g. Moulton on Myton was Given it Johns Hopkins University or. Thomas a. Mccready was re elected president of the Young menus democratic rub the Secretary of Yar Bas been by the bal Elmore school Board to detail an army officer As instructor at the manual training school a a statement of the financial affairs of the Ontario Sou Uty is circa elsewhere the torn and flour exo Banff directors adopted a Resolution asking Maryland s representatives in Congress to take Steps to secure a Lighthouse St Point no Points or. J. G. Wiltshire lectured at the Young men s Christian Aselt it citation on a How to preserve health Quot a methodist Church will be built at Curtis Bay the Baltimore engraving company capital a took $50,100, was incorporated it is thought a great Deal of damage was done in Chesapeake Day Aud out St sea by the recent gales. Three vessels Are reported As having gone ashore and two As Drifting about in the Ttye mercantile Trust and Deposit company has filed its answer to the Bill of Henry e. Loan for the appointment of a receiver of the drum Point Railroad Oen. John in Kenly was sixty Niue years old on sunday mias Lydia j. Newcomb of Michigan delivered an address before a gathering of Baltimore women on How to make the body Strong and Graceful John ii. Williams a in and o. Fireman who was injured january i died of his injuries at his Home 2221 Gough Street president Goodwin. Of the society for the prevention of cruelty of children advocates making kindergartens part of tile Public school ay8tem= Thomas Swain a Well known Butcher died suddenly of heart did ease a paper giving a glimpse of social life in Maryland and Virginia la the last Century was read before the Maryland historical society by or. Bernard c. 8teiner=chaplain Mocabe of Tho methodist Church is in Baltimore speaking at missionary Moss Raee plugs mrs. Posey a sister of Daniel Well of Wells Aud Mccomas Fame died at no. 1012 St. Paul streets or. John q. A. Herring resigned a president of the boys Home it society the Rev. J. Oulston resigned As co pastor of Brantly Baptist Churchy All the evidence in the Archer Bond trial was concluded. The state completed Tho presentation of its Side of the Case. And the defense declined to offer any testimony. The court permitted the state to Amend its pleadings so it could allege that Archer embezzled Money As Well As Bonds and refused to continue the Case As asked by the dec Urdanta. The prayers will be submitted this morning after which the Case will be ready for argument before the jury president t. Edward Hambleton of the Baltimore traction company says the Cable line May run by april a one Balf of the Sheppard Asylum near Towson will soon be ready for occupation or. Abbott who visited Berlin for the Johns Hopkins Hospital has prepared his report on the Koch Lymph Tor the Hopkins bulletin Rocity collector Hopkins will ask the City Council to make a Survey of the City the City passenger railway company paid $20,200 06 to the City As pork tax for the last Quarter the morgue will be handed Over to the City thursday the License commissioners revoked the liquor License of j. G. Frauk or. J. E. Michael was elected president at Tho Twenty sixth annual meeting of the Baltimore medical ask ocl Atlon the jury in the Case of Millard f. Forsythe who was fatally Hurt at the of Donnell Street crossing of the n. C. R. W., and who died sunday rendered a verdict of accidental death the alumni association of the Maryland College of pharmacy Are preparing to celebrate the institutions fiftieth Annive rotary the gardeners club decided to hold its Flower show in the second week of april Aquilla Johnson coloured once a famous Whistler died the local Board of Steamboat inspectors say they will refer the matter to the District attorney if the police Steamer captains do not furnish a statement of the number of passengers they transported across the Bay. Business at the Baltimore Stock Exchange was Active and Tho Market was Strong. The dead bus were principally in Railroad Bonds and consolidated Gas Stock. In Wall Street the feature was Tbs Quick Riso and Large trading in sugar Trust certificates. Tho general list opened Strong but sagged off and was Active at the close. Bar Silver advanced and was Kwh at Tbs close. Tile Western Railroad presidents association appointed six traffic commissioners to carry out the plans of their advisory agreement. The new York chamber of Commerce voted against free coinage of Oliver. The Treasury department purchased 283,800 ounces of Silver at a amp i to 107. Secretary Windom says to will need $26,000,-000 of the Treasury surplus to meet pension payments next month. Copt. Henry a. Bartlett commanding the naval Academy marines gives his views in Tbs Sun Annapolis letter in favor of retaining marines on Board War vessels the Maryland court of appeals resumes its sessions today professor Christie of Evansville lad., has been added to the faculty of St. John s College Annapolis. The fight Over the Force Bill is to be resumed As Coon As the Silver Bill is disposed of a conferees of superintendents of postal free delivery is being Beld in Washington with a View to in prowl a the services proceedings were begun in the oui Ted states supreme court with a View to having that tribunal pass upon the question of the jurisdiction of the United states Over the Waters of Bering Aesy lieutenant colonel halos of the United statue Engineer corps reports against the improvement of Newport Creek Charles county md.=the trial of chares e. Kincaid for the murder of sex congressman Taulbee will begin in Washington january 2ft= District attorney Taggart of Washington has been assigned to the work performed by his late colleague Randolph Coyle. In the United states Senate yesterday. Senator Quay introduced a Bill to prevent Force and fraud at Federal elections speeches in favor of the free coinage of Silver were made by senators Allen Berry and Cockrell in the House the Resolution in regard to the alleged Oliver Pool was taken from the committee on rules and referred to a special committee. The House again took up the army appropriation Bill Aud a Long political debate ensued. At Norfolk va., the Barge James s. Watson was run into and Cut Down to the Waters Edge by the steamship Guys Dotte the went Virginia legislature will meet at Charleston tomorrow and candidate for All the positions in Tho gift of hat body Are Plen Tiiu or. T. Q. Patrick of Danville is Doud the steamship City of washing Ion encountered a Cyclone off Hatteras. One of the Crew was killed and another la Ini Abiog miss Gertrude by Vos says the reports about Tho condition of Fri. Am lie Rives chanter bar sifter Are greatly exaggerated. Mayor Chapin of Brooklyn and other officials ure entangled in a water Supply scheme against which the taxpayer Are kicking Jacob la. Lazarus the Painter and Simon Bach the Glass merchant of new York City a re dead the amount of taxes levied in new York City is $859.753 More than last year the Duke of Marlborough has put $d0,000nto Glasgow va.= Robt. Hay Hamilton will com to on trials an aged couple were found dead in bed in new York. Who left a letter saying they wanted to die together and to tie buried together archbishop Corrigan will leave new York today for Baltimore and Washington and will officiate at the Vonne Audenried marriage in Washington of wednesdays ustice Newburger of new York an orthodox hebrew has taken a stand against holding court on saturday. A movement has been made to put women on the local school boards in philadelphian a Gorge of the Schuylkill River which broke yesterday did sgt me damage a Man has been arrested in charged with attempted infanticide. United states senator Vance a renominated yesterday by the democratic caucus of the North Carolina legislature. A Resolution was passed by the North Carolina Senate instructing the United states senators from that state to secure if possible the financial Reform contemplated in the Ocala platform. The will of Emma Abbott the Singer probated in new York yesterday after Man. Leaves i property in Trust to her nearest relative $4<ju a Mouth gives $5.000 each to nine churches and Atter making other a it or Sonal bequests gives the residue to six charitable in new York City. A violent storm Raed along the new England coast yesterday. Pome of the Pennsylvania Rivers Are very High. Heavy Snow is reported in Canada. Dempsey is. Fitzsimmons. Latest foreign news. Reported settlement of the Irish nationalist difficulty. View8 credited to or. Of Brien. Preparation for the fight at new Orleans it May stopped. New is Jan. 12.�?jack Dempsey Champion Middle weight pugilist of the United states arrived hero till a morning lie will fight Bob Fitzsi Moua. Of new zealand in the olympic cd Jib House in this City. Wednesday night for $12,. Peter Jackson is Bere and Jake brain and William mail door Are on their Way. Fitzsimmons expects to enter the ring at 152 pounds. Those nearest him think he will win in ten rounds Aud a Good Deal of Money at Ixida of one to ten Bas been placed that Way. Most of Tho Northern and Western Money Here is for Demusey but his backers arc chary of giving Odds. Local speculators generally favor f Itji Nui Uona. But want Odds. Bomi Ajo Batt Leon placed la the hands of Bud it Ruaud to place any part of it on Fitzsimmons at Odds of 2u to 6u. There is Aliso Uteev no question fight or of police interference. On the con i encouragement to tray. The fight will be under polio Protection. And a cordon of Bluecoat will surround the ring to preserve order. Jack Maui info this morning announces that he will meet Jimmy Varro for a purse of Flo aft. Attorney general Rogers and governor nit Bolis were in consultation today to decide of the state had grounds to interfere in the Dempsey Fitzsimmons mid upon the ground that a Glove contest could not be a fight to a finish or be so interpreted by the last legislature. They refused to be interviewed upon the consultation but attorney Geu eral Rogers was instructed to interview the mayor tomorrow Forenoon and if be agreed to Stop the fight before it came under the state s strict construction that a Glove contest was Only upon Points of skill the state would not interfere. The mayor Stanfod tonight that though he was not in communication with the Blate authorities he was in thorough Accord with any plan to Stop the fight and would assist the mate if called upon with the police. The attorney general stated rat he would immediately take Steps to i Urlet the charter of the of Temple nub Ami of similar clubs on the ground that they have violated the Grant of the state and used their franchises to violate the Law of Lite state. It is evident that the state he ids under any arrangement that the stale Laws Are violated and holding those grounds will act decisively. It is said a is Conven cd that or. Parnell a a prestige in the United states is not lessened a statement of or. Parnell a pronounced untrue. Paris Jan. 12��?th Figaro today announces that the political difficulty which exist of Between messes. Parnell and of Brien has been settled and that the Only question remaining Between them is of a financial nature. Or. O Brien it appears is convinced that or. Parnell a prestige in the United states is not lessened and that the subscriptions of the Irish americana will always be for their old Leader. Bout Ogne sub Mer Jan. 12.�?the statement is made that upon the arrival of or. Dillon Here another conference of Irish nationalists will he held. Arid that Many member of parliament and other will be in attendance. . 12.�?mr. Mccarthy authorises a denial of the report that serious differences arose at the Boulogne conference. He says that the statement that the Mccarty Vultee demanded or. Of Briens unqualified support of their Leader and or. Of Brien repelled their demand thus leaving a loophole for Parnell a return is n pure invention. A dispatch was sent to or. Gladstone today in regard to or. Parnell a statement in hts Limerick speech that or. Mccarthy communicated to the sex Premier the substance of Parnell a manifesto before it was published. In reply to this or. Gladstone telegraphs As follows Quot or. Parnell a assertion is untrue. Or. Mccarthy told me that he had a manifesto but he did not describe its sir William Vernon Harcourt has written a letter for publication in which he says that the reports published in tory newspapers As to dissensions existing among Tho leaders of the Liberal party Are not bused on fact. He says that the liberals need not feel unhappiness while or. Gladstone s colleagues continue to act with conf Ldonne in to get chief and in cordial co operation with each other. Tho unionists Reliance be say in Bai de upon three Hopes that or. Gladstone will Mimi die that he will immediately retire and that his colleagues will desert him. But their expectancy will be disappointed. Or. was never in better health he a no thought of retiring and his colleagues and party were never More resolved to support him. Or. Thomas p. Gill m. A. Who was one of the delegates who visited Tho United mates in company with messes. Dillon Aud of Brien and other envoys of Belr so Narolla Centary who returned to Paris with or. Of Brien returned to London from France today. It is stated that the government has ordered the Irish county police inspector to furnish returns of the branches of the National i it Cariie throughout i re i and. Stating in each Case whether the Branch supports or opposes or. Parnell. Or. Charles i. K. Tanner. A. Has written a letter to or. Parnell in which he notifies him that be will bring a suit against him for j damages baking his claim on the alleged libellous language attributed to or. Parties when referring to or. Tanner during the a course of Speed ass made by or. Parnell i while recently campaigning in North Kilkenny. In the utterances or. Tanner complains of or. Parnell is said to have reflected upon the former a ability As a physician. Armagh. Jan. 12 a the most Rev. Michael Logue archbishop of the diocese of Armagh j and primate of ail Ireland replying to an j address of Welcome on his return from Rome j declared that the Bishops and priests of re i and. Would have nothing to do with any Compromise in regard to or. Parnell a retirement until be married mrs. 0�?Tshn, and he defied j or. Parnell and his Ioli Owers to carry on the i agitation against the clergy. Being a member of a secret society. The prisoner is perfectly Calin and collected. During the course of an interview at lot Wadlewski described the journey from Dijon. He says that he entered Spain through cd by Cros and from there went to Barcelona. Wadlewski added that lie remained a week la Barcelona keeping himself in Cloee hiding. And from that City be went to Saragossa and Madrid. He seems to have stopped but a few hours in this City. And fearing detection be returned the Saragossa. From the latter City. According to Wadlewski he went to artha Gena Ann Alicante finally sealing Down at lot. Wadlewski also said that his health was shattered by the continual fear of Pursuit which he experienced. He would not say who accompanied him to Dijon but upon other subjects he was willing to talk without Reserve. Referring to general Seliverstoff Wadlewski said that Tho general was a tyrant who bad caused $600 pole to be sent to Siberia. And that in killing the russian secret police agent he had Only avenge i his family his countrymen and his cor��hgl0dlsts. Snow storms in Cropf. Cask terms of a a Vertial a. F Llsms i Day., 4sti�qs 4 Etnas 4 Sayal a t Boss i to. Do amp Dan. I is i Geers 4 line i Day s i to to i re i in i to. Do. T toy a Mil do. Do. T fryc t to i to. Do. 3 Day i so i do. Do i month it a sir Fob Lri a co a tit it a a Tor or it Nad Wro asm a act a for Lino the prot Ltd a to so a a a Timex proportion All adv in run run a the time of their insertion marries end Beath notice of thro Hoe Twenty or Ceste each. And at net in Al rage a endorsed we do Aat injure the insertion of tar advertisement on say a Peel Tod Day or Day nor do we i Amar the in Moor of insertion a Engin the time require by the advertiser advertisement will however have their fall number of Traer Lioan when the time can be made up. Bol when accidental a left a nit. And the dumber of insertion cannot be riven the in one paid far tha omitted Ineer Lou a Rill be returned to the add a it Erex pre tray a delayed a wolves invade villages in search of food. London. Jan. 12.�?throughout England intensely cold weather continues to prevail. To addition Deus fogs Are general but there Bas not been any More Snow. In the hebrides or Western islands the temperature registered is 60 degrees below Zero. The continent is still suffering Ngn Snow storms so severe that several it pres trains Between Hamburg Cologne Berlin and Vienna have been snowed up. The mails have Len considerably delayed throughout eur it be. Berun Jan. seventy of Tho weather is causing wolves to become dangerously hungry especially in the a a of those which Are beginning to infest the Woods near Many villages in Tho Northern part of Hungary. It is now not an infrequent occurrence for wolves to invade those villages in quest of sheep or anything in the shape of food which they Caquet hold of. Dears have appeared in the Styrlan mountains and the sportsmen in that part of Austria some Good Hunting so soon As the West tier moderates. Hamburg Jan. 12.�?the weather began to moderate yesterday and a thaw nos now set in. Hie Elbe is once More navigable. Paris Jan. 12.�?the River Seine is Frozen Over Bere a of there is a Prospect of considerable Jollif cation on the . A heavy tax on insurance companies. London. Jan. 12.�?the British minister at Buenos Ayres the Hon. Frauds j. Pua Enham has informed the foreign flies Here that heavy taxes in the shape of licences have then imposed upon foreign companies Dom business in the Argentine la Public oct com Nan is which Boid once Osiones from the Argentine Over Merit ure excepted from the re a a Law. Or ctn insurance companies must $2u,uj0 per year As a lice a fee. And must de pot tit n guarantee of $2b�jfa in the hands of the government German Trade with the United states. By Klin. Jan 12.�?the Trade reports for the final Quarter of 1"0 show that Bertin american Trade As compared with the preceding Quarter a inert used $.54.1 a not $2 <t,u0b. As stated yesterday. Frankfort a Trade with America for the same period shows an increase of $27.291. The United states Trnini to a. Tile Hon. William Walter Phelps in it on As the of our ular figures were received sent them to the foreign office Aud called attention to the Gratifying aspect of affairs. It i hateful to american engine Era. Berlin. Jan. 12.�?a dispatch from Dusseldorf says that the German Iron work s Union has appointed a committee to visit . Phelps the United dates minister in this City. To arrange for a testimony of gratitude to the american la Titu to of mining Ekit cers for the court a shown to Treone Hundred and fifty de Gates it it the Union who visited the United a Abs in october last. From Washington. Another Force Bill struggle impending in the Senate. Party Luders cling to their idol the obnoxious Mao tire to be taken up after the Silver Bill is disposed of meaning of the Quay Chi a an inquiry a to new Hampshire a government. Special dispatch to the Baltimore Sun Washington. Jan. 12.�?it appears quite evident now the fight on the Force Bill will be resumed As soon As the Silver Bill in disposed of. The strongest kind of pressure is timing brought to Bear upon Republican senators to Bury personal feelings and scruples in order to satisfy party demands. Norm Tor Plait who la not a very enthusiastic advocate of the Force Bill was obliged to withhold his International copyright Bill today in spite of the notice he gave several Days ago because the friends of the Force Bill insisted that nothing shall interfere with the Disi a a Mon of the liver Bill by wednesday afternoon of agreed upon. After the Silver Bill i voted upon will come the scramble for the right of Way. Senator paddock will try to Ca up Hgt a pure food Bill but it seem to be understood u the Republican Side of the chamber that he Ator Hoar. With his Force bid. Is to have tits preference. Of course the democrats win Opi ust Hie latter proposition but that Aru disclosed to for imitate the con Herat. In of almost any other measure on tin Calendar meaning of the Quay Bill senator Quay introduced a sub hate for the Davenport Lodge Hoar Bill today which contains All the objectionable feature a of the latter and other More Nvere provi of s. It is said be presented it merely to show How ridiculous the original measure can be made and also with a View of embarrassing the efforts of or. Hoar and his following. Gag Rule again at the front. Trek about the gag Rule is revived and it is said or. Aldrich wit bring Forward Bis is to Duke of some Archibald Hen it. Ain r w ill be True to Ireland. Storm on new England coast. Damage by High tide a Thunder and lightning in Pennsylvania. Boston Jan. 12.�?a severe storm is raging ail along the new England coast and considerable damage has been done by High tides. No lives have been lost. Telegrams from hollows Falls vt., Highland Light and fall Hiver. Mas., Providence r. 1�?z Portland me., Birmin Barham conn., Aud by. Johns. N. In state that heavy Gale and extremely High tides prevailed at these places. Considerable damage was done to property. The indications pointed to a bad night along the coast Allentown. A. Jan. 12.�?heavy rain fell in t his Vicinity it Gnu Drav accompanied last night by Thunder lightning and Hail. There is a washout at by Eureus. On the Lehigh und Wilk Sbarro Railroad. At Slatington the water is in a number of houses caused by a Gorge at the Franklin dam. The Parryville wire Rod Mill Johnston j Swart furniture Factor Abd the Adelaide silk Mill Are Idle. Three Hundred people an not working. Reaping pa., Jan. 2.�?the Schuylkill River reached lbs highest Point at 3 of clock this morning when the water indicated nine feet above Low water Mark. After that hour it fell. The is gradually moving Down the River. All tributary branches Are very High. Johnstown. Pa., Jan. 12.�?on account of the heavy Rains last night the Rivers Rose rapidly this morning and at Noou tile River is still going up at the rate of six inches an Bour causing considerable alarm As a Bea y Gorge of is Likely to come Down at any turn Chicago Jan. 12. Dispatches from Tho Southern portion of Illinois state that a regular blizzard raged ail Day yesterday in that part of the state. Anna ii reports the heaviest Snow storm seen there for Throe years the Snow being Over eight inches deep. Do Quorne also report a depth of eight inches. A it has teen very dry Tor some time in that Section of the mate the Snow will be of very great Benefit and especially to the wheat crop which now promis a to be Good. Montreal Jan. Ii the worst Snow storm of the season struck Montreal last night and Only abated this morning. The Snow fall heavily and reports from the country say thai traffic is generally impeded. All incoming trains Are delayed and Tho passenger traffic is generally Dis arranged. Struck by a Comber. New Bedford mass., Jan. 12.�?when about a mile West of the Hen Aud Chicken s lightship the Steamer City of new Bedford which sailed from this City for new York tonight was struck on her port Bow by a a Long Curling wave which stove a Hole eight feet Square into the vessel near her Stein breaking two feet thick timbers and Inch planking As of it bad been paper. The Pilot House was wrecked staterooms and main Saloon flooded and the cargo largely composed of Cotton cloth in Rolls damaged considerably. The vessel returned to this City. Charged with conspiracy in Alabama. Mobile Ala Jan. 12.�?the Row at Catherine Ala., december 3u, originating in a business dispute Between two merchant one of whom. William Bruce was a Republican and resulting in the arraying or Tho Blacks and White against one another and the subsequent forcing of William Bruce who is a Nephew of judge John Bruce or the United mates circuit court to leave Catherine and the resignation of the negro postmaster at that place was followed today by tbd1 arrest of eleven Piersons under the charge that they did on the 30th of december 1890, enter into a conspiracy to prevent one Granville Bennett from occupying and holding office under the United states. The parties Are Edward Taylor a. A. Wooten c. B. Wooten Wall Galbate or. James King c. Renshaw Abrams of Marengo county John 8. Lyles Frank a. Evans Edwin j. Bell o. P. Fontaine w. Winburn All of Wilcox county. The arrests were made on warrants sworn out by a Post office inspector Aud the accused were today bound Over in $800 each to answer to the United states grand jury. Suit for alleged infringement Boston mass., Jan. 12.�?judge Nelson in in United states circuit court today granted a Rule to show cause Why an injunction should not Issue in a suit of great interest to lamp manufacturers throughout the country and of special interest to parties in Washington and Philadelphia. The suit which is to recover $100, damages is brought by the Siemens Lungren company of Philadelphia against the american Gas controller and fixture company and j. B. Hatch Ami George Dwight All of Springfield. Moas., for an alleged infringement of the patents owned by the Siemens Lungren company. The plaintiff claims the profits realized from the alleged infringement and sets Tbs damages at $100,000. The Case will be argued it is understood february 25. Vessel lost and Crew on a Book. Portland Maine Jan. 12.�?United states Revenue Steamer Woodbury at noon today discovered signals of distress from a shipwrecked Crew on a Lone Rock known a a junk of pork a lying outside of Green Island about five Miles East of Portland head. A terrific sea was running. The Breakers were fearful and they extended one Hundred Yards or More outside of the Rook the approaches to the Rook were lined with Jorged boulders. No boat would live for a moment once within the Breakers. The vessel was soon ground to atoms and six of her Crew on the Rook cannot be rescued until morning and not then unless the sea goes Down. They Hays no food or shelter. Richard j. Gladstone a letter to or. P. 8. Of Reilly of 8t. Louis. St. Louts Jim. 12.�?during the heat of the Irish election in december last or. P. 8. As to a fair j of Reilly a of this City addressed a letter of Hon. E. Gladstone telling Bim of the feeling of Irish americans Iii this Fly on the Irish a just Lon Aud promising or. Gladstone moral and material support. A reply has been received from or. Richard j. Gladstone dated Hawarden. December 4. Peaking for Bis lather Tho Young Man says a it is most Satin factory to know that the opinion it it of a Large majority of leading irishmen m no Louis remain True to the policy which nearly five years ago joined Irish nationalists anti English jibe als in a firm and we Trust a lasting Friendship. Y of recognize that on our part we have been in every particular Large and Small Abidin Gly True to the proposals of 1886. Quot in heaven s name Why should the divorce court be allowed to Compromise the future of Ireland British have sacrificed much for Ireland during the past five rears. They have refused to give precedence to any Bruise question until Ireland has received Home Rule. A of a sudden or. Ueli turns his Hack upon us ignores his own Fly a Robes Aud declares that we arc guilty of treachery to Ireland. Can anything be More pro serous he. H1m<elf. If the charge be True has been a leading Agut in Tho treachery. We who have been True to Ireland mean still to be True in order to carry through a great National so tie meet of the Home Rule question. Kilkenny has spoken decisively and i have no doubt that Ireland will adhere to the solemn pledges which her representatives gave us in 1886.�?� \ Iran pm singe r Barth a re air that the or of amt Cern Ber i a in on of m Tacon. Dived Ltd in re made Paris Beautiful. Baron George Eugene Hamas Mann his sudden death sketch of his life. Paris Jan. 12.�?Baron George Eugene at dinner last stricken with apoplexy and died a few hours later. Baron Haussmann Wabern at pans March 27. In 09. He is a grandson of the Rcv Olu , Nicolas Haussmann of Colmar. After being trained As a Mutt Nian at the i Onse Yva tory of music. In pans. Fie became an a Volute. Soon after the revolution of Ika in France to was made suit prefect of Norse and pa."4? thence to St. Irons mud Blase. Lha Resolution of lt>48 advanced his political fortunes. He adhered to the Republican cause zealously supported Louis Napoleon for the presidency and was duly rewarded i Are within a min Aud a half of the Agency. By that personage who appointed him pre i god nothing but an Accident can prevent the feet of v a the Vonne and Gironde. After j establishment of peace. General mile the establishment of the Empire he waa coiled Gava also that he feels that the mat troop to the prefect ure of the Seine in june. 1853, n0w be withdrawn with safety Ted in which office he became celebrated by hts j thanks them for Tho Confidence racy Hase extensive operations for the improvement afforded the people in that in Frontier Homes. Death of the London Jan. 12. Non St. Maur Seymour thirteenth i Somerset is dead. H is lion hrs. 110, and succeeded to the Auk a november 28, Isai Aion Tho death brother. Prohibition again Bekman. Jan. Isle the on the suggestion of he to propose in the Hal cow Tion against the import Bacon of Abri bed. Secret of Koch a leu Mph to be published Berlin. Jan. 14�?in the lower ii it of the prussian diet Herr Miguel. Tug water of finance announced that the secret of prot a few or Koch a Lymph would soon be published. Undressed hide exempted from duty. I Paris. Jan. 14�?the custom committee i has agreed to the government proposal to i i erupt undressed Hidon from duty. J Hank of Germany hate of i Ernnt Berlin Jan. 14�?the Imperial Bauk of Germany a fixed Ita rate of disc ant at 4 j per braves at the picket line. I one thousand Indian just outside of Pine Ridge Agency. Fink Ridge. S. In. Jan. 14�?during the morning a number f bae a and squaws i from the hostile Camp arrived of her Hack j and in Wagon. In All tug of dilapidation. I the arrival however were not a a numerous As had been expected Tho main to a or of indians a till remaining near the minion. A the refiig1� or visitors reached the outposts they Wert deprived of their Arm by the guards. The wily Hostiles however Dos i played Only a few a a Pons and Wen j later returned them when the owners went Back to the hostile Camp. It is a at ail ii probable that Many of the Bucks had Anna concealed about their persons. Shortly before noon Frank Gerard. Who i bad been to the hostile Camp. Arrived and i announced As he flew by that the indians i were not coming in. Up to a today the chiefs mentioned in the a dispatcher of last night who were expected to hold a big talk with general Miles had not made their i api it a Arance and it began to loot a if i Gerard s report was Comet but shortly after noun it was discovered that the Hostiles had made a rapid Advance and about one j thousand of them have to within on thousand Yard of the Pickett out a the Agency. General. Miles and staff went to the picket lines and after a snort inspection of the bards returned to the Agency Tor the time being. General mile has written a latter to Brig. J Gen. It. F. Cody a Buffalo bulk and Brisa Dier general coi both of the Nebraska National guard slating that All the Hostiles Rule As soon a the Senate let in return to the consideration of the to uncertainty still hovers around the i Tion Aud neither Republican nor <1 cares to predict just what the cute be. Letter telegrams and mar a a 1 newspaper Are timing show red in i i publican senators who Are supp a i doubtful Iii their allegiance to the of arid there is no telling what influx a it i partisan Appeal Are having on the undergoing the operation toe a would do Well to consider however i newspaper urging the passage of the bul Are with perhaps two or three finns obscure and a influential. In ,rd.-, they Are Mere partisan Organ. I Ai d Wert the great Independent new Are practically unanimous in oppo ii i the infamous measure. Reported Silver agreement. Senator Stewart is a it Earnest in l Ifer free coinage of Sliver that he prop an amendment re tric aug from c to Silver of american production in ing this suggestion he Hopes to win it number of Republican who Are Opp j in limit Cornage in this connection said to Ouight that the republicans j Senate had reached on agreement it j pending measure by which it is to Rece i almost solid Republican vote. Such i would probably strengthen the Silver i j toe House and also with president r n a it i especially Dora big i rom a p j is and Point that a measure of this Cha should receive its main support fro rat ministration party. It was Lurt two tin an agreement of such a probably solidify the republicans u i Force Bill. 1 a Republican senator. We a Famo u i the intent Ion and desire it by party 1� was interviewed on this subject Tun Tan j admitted so much of the report As Reb it a Ator my warts a proposed am Almon j he that any agreement on to i a been r ached Fie is quite 1 u�1 it Fella or Sherman Aldrich cd i Many Republican senators we i a propitious looking to i Roo com Sliver. So far of the terse bids Eon no definite plan has been agree a upon b j what a Doue at toe mat caucus. From another source it is under Steo i speaker Reed while oppose i to to j coinage of Silver will Doc attempt to i the will of a majority of Che Bou i the Senate Bill in commute us Utthi nor lethal the or a. A to wish the the will pre Era a i an Likely p cat�1 y allow the subject i i voted upon. Ann As it a a. The re i it Patti Dill to it a a will then be shill a it of the president. By a toss proposes to try an of Fred beat ? by a Quot a St president Harrison in return fur i ment it Reeds candidate for the Poi Maine. Coils actor hip Art fall. New Hampshire form or Gover a very pertinent and proper Rev was tint submitted in the House of Scutari pc this afternoon by or. Blan of lout Ana. New Hampshire and Eastern Republican member but to of have within the last Twenty year Frt a i tubed themselves by propos Iti a. To whether various Southern a Republican Turin of government a Tor and guaranteed by the eur Rte. The United mates. As new re Connecticut and other mate of tha Hart notoriously tax a living for fit under an us Republican form it go and As the popular str try just been is United state Mast in Dom Force Bill t ii the general get Little from to new Hampshire nut of course expect the Kee l h adopt his Resolution be has done thing in submitting it. U8 favourable report on Newport the Secretary of t. A it Ira ii the House of representative a or Teul coi. Peter g. Rain.-, cd the c corps on the preliminary Exa matk of Newport Creek at the in and i cuu Ileo River i Barie county a. L h rite in the southeasterly j Art of county and pm pc a into the River three Miles trom the head it it Fth for the greater part of its length. Hants sat the Creek i an to a Stream wholly inadequate Tor in had a Rovt ded Mon of a ars Teot lost outrageous 1 tidal a of and it the a pair will has in fully engine red by the mater who is one it the f Orr Ming the enact i ont of Tho very meet that t he a yes of a a meat should i get turned a it urn and in Tny fire Cimon of e. While or. Limn 3iirvi can a Good a Kejs a a i it uni to i Ort of us ulcer n made the i Creek i to Aries ? tatter. Colonel nil calf ration. A sheriff a a a to rated in Alabama. And embellishment of Paris on of Che Many new boulevards constructed under his administration bearing his name. I Birmingham Aix. Jan. 12. The Vart system of Putric works be Ina j Tion to the age Hora j from curated almost completely transformed Parla. He turned the lie is de Boulogne int a Publ i Park added numerous Otner Parka in different directions Laid out the Boulevard de Sebastopol then carried Twenty boulevards through the old City Tore Down old buildings put in new hospitals Public hails , theatres massive Barracks admirable water Wark and the gorgeous opera House of part. The restoration of the hotel Bleu and the completion or the louvre were due to Baron Haussmann a Enterprise. The immense sums of Money required for these purposes were obtained by successive Loans contracted by the City of parts. At lot Baron Hau Siniann s financial administration became the subject of investigation by the corps legislate in 1869, and it was found that he had issued Bonds far in excess of those legally authorised yet a new Issue of Bonds was at once authorized and subscriptions were received for five times the amount asked. On january 5, into he was removed by Imperial decree yet was pensioned. After the fall of the Empire in flip Temler. 1870, he went abroad for several months but in i87l having returned he was made a director or the credit Mobilizer and did much to restore its influence. In 1877 he was elected to the corps legislate As a Bonapartis from Ajaccio Corsica. The principal museum he had established at Tho hotel de Ville was destroyed with that building by the communists in May 1s7l_ card in a l Gibbons to the Pope. A letter on the political bearings of the United states school que Tion Rome Jan. 14�?Cardinal Gibbons has written an important letter to the Pope on the political bearings of the school question in the United states. The letter was written in consequence of a number of communications sent to the Vatican regarding the famous educational discourse of Bishop Ireland. The Pope consequently instructed Cardinal Rampona the papal Secretary of state to obtain the opinion of Cardinal Gibbons upon the subject. The Pope reserves a personal examination of the question. A secret consistory will probably by held on february 9, and a Public consistory Mav follow on february 12. Cardinal Weili comes to the second consistory to receive his Cardinal s Bat. The Pope yesterday gave an audience to Tho Rev. Or. Of Connell Rotor of the american College during the course of which to eulogized the american opis Vopate. The Pope has a recognized the Bishops of Strasburg Posen and Fribourg. During the session of the secret consistory the Pope will deliver an allocution on the Efficacy or the italian guarantee Law and on Tbs position of the Vatican in this connection it is reported that the cardinals to lie created Are monsignor Javi patriarch of Jerusalem monsignor Sepiora Secretary of the Council Sod monsignor Rote 111. The papal Nuncio at Paris. The Vatican has been confidentially apprised of the renewal of the triple Alliance. He killed his Man Fob revenge Ronall station in Bibb county says the Mort horrible and tragic event in the history of this county occurred at the s Afton saturday night upon the arrival of the p.30 North bound passenger express among the passengers Wen or k. Ii. Jones sheriff of Jackson Parish car Guiana or. Oliver head and James Tate. The latter a prisoner arrested in Louisiana charged with the fatal shooting of or. We. Head Early last fall near Nix mile in Fri county and for whose apprehension and delivery to the county authorities a Reward of 44 0 had been offered. As the names alighted from the train la the Broad Glare of the lamps at the station Aud botel a bold a san arts scarcely in feet from Bis victim raised his , and with two shots fired in rapid succession almost instantly killed the sheriff who a Ltd leading the manacled prisoner to the hotel. The murderer escaped under the cover of darkness the prisoner making his escape at the same time and following his rescuer. There is no expressed conjecture As to the Assassin. _ Southern at Law. Chattanooga tens., Jan. L4�? declarations were filed Here in the circuit court today by Rev. A j. Ranker and Rev. A j. Sampson Mel Odist ministers against Rev. T. T. Carter editor of the methodist advocate. Ana one of the leading spirits of methodism in the South. The seek to recover $46,000 damages alleging defamation of character by the editor who made his defense through his paper against charges of immoral conduct pretended against him by the present realtors of the Bill in court. The civil suit is the sequel to the recent Church trials of the ministers involved in which ail parties were exonerated Rev. Or. Carter before a methodist conference and the Rev. Messes. Hanker and Sampson before an ecclesiastic of Council of the methodist Church. Among the eminent counsel retained by or. Arter for his detente is gov. Robert l. Taylor of Tennessee. Silver Vian and the president. Washington. Jan. 14, said to a Post reporter tonight that if the president veto i air a nag bul the Silver senators would Endeavor to and out what legislation he would favor. A we look to the president a by said. A not to be an of . But s Sui vent or the the Silver men plumb added would lie willing to Eom prom if such a step a. Necessary by agreeing to Perth line tree coinage until a i i and Rte it had remained at a parity for a year. A i he Silver iterators will of coup. Put themselves on record a being it a tree coinage. An there is no doubt f the adoption a coma Iuni i of the feature in the Bill. Shou d the Rurert Randolph a Dent. Disapprove it an Endeavor we built lbs made to learn w hat he approves and a Bill framed that he will sign. In speaking of the fear of an influx of foreign Silver. Neat of plumb pointed out that when diver had advanced from 90 to 12 no foreign Sliver was imported even though its value Bud so largely increased. Confession of and Lewall who is accused of Tho murder of a police agent. Madrid Jon. 14�?the latest information Given out by the police officials according to dispatches received at lot is to the effect that Tho Man arrested of sup Tofilon of being the murderer of general sell vers to of who was shot dead in Bis room in Paris is really Lewis Kab the prisoner is said to correspond in appearance exactly with the description of the murderer Given out by the French detectives. It is also said that the Man arrested admits that he committed the murder adding that it was for a a political he says that by failed la his plan to embark for the United hts1 is at Barcelona owing to the passport regulations being so strictly enforced St that port. Consequent in the prisoner says he returned to lot because he thought he would be safer there owing to the absence of railway communication wits that town. Wadlewski dec Lares that the killing of general Bel i Kerstoff was not a crime a not a criminal murder Quot a but a political act. He claims that he was betrayed to the police by a customs officer who represented himself As Alabama striker returning to work. J Birmingham Ala. Jan. 14�?on december nearly All Tny miners Iii the blaming Nam District went out on Artline because of the Rei Salon the part or the mind owner to Grant two demands. First an increase or five 1 cents per too second recognition of the order of United Mike workers. The operators refused both demands. For three weeks now the men have been dropping Book to work in Small squad. Today the miners at Blo ton met and voted to return to work. This is one of Tho largest mines in the District. A Telegram from there to toe age Herald says ail hands will resume work tomorrow of so the strike has railed and la a thing of the past. Base Ball meeting in new York. New York Jan. 14-base-bal i men Are arriving by almost every train and a full delegation will be in attendance at the gathering tomorrow. A the members of the conference committee which meets tomorrow Are in town but Chris. Von Der aha of St. Louis and be la expected tonight. The american Antoci Atlow held a meeting Here lost night which looted until this morning. They were at work on the report which they must make to the association on thursday. In regard to the report that Tho Rochester club had been sold or. Thurman tonight a Aid that he guessed everything in that direction would be fixed up by tomorrow. Tits de Lama ton offer fifty Cen to Pittsburg Jan. 14�?a special from Woodville pa., says Tho assigned firm of de la motor a co. Offer to fifty cents on the Dollar first payment of id per cent. May. L 1891 1$ per cent. On May l 1894 and a per cent. Of May l iss a my Hill Navy a Ald to have revolted. New York Jan. 14�?a dispatch from Valparaiso was received today saying that the Navy of Chili had revolted and declared against president Babo Loda and Bis arbitrary act. No particulars were Given but further news la expected tomorrow. The chess match in draw. Sit Yonn Jan. 14�?the chess match for the championship of the world Between 8totntts and g Una Berg resulted in a draw. The soot now stands Stern Ltd 5 quartiers8 drawn 7. Secretary Noble c Arl a Henri. Washington Jan. 12. Secretory Noble has today Render id an import Deci iou revoking the order of ? in imposed by secretory Schurz us Gnu ii a r Laud e in made in 1877 in the visa the Cai land District known a the Noggin and Over entries. J. B. Hogg in s individual entry is cancelled because of Timber growing Trier a a which removes it from the character of desert land. All other entries Are remanded for hearing and the effect of the decision will be to leave each entry to by a Lisp Ted of on its own Merit. The land involved is considered very valuable. Emma Abbotts will. Her body to Ila cremated trusts for relatives bequest to Charitie. New York. Jan. 14 the will of Emma Abbott Wathe Reli the operatic tar was filed and admitted to probate this afternoon. It was executed in May 28, saw. And names As executors James i Mitchell . Houghton Aud William f. Dunning. She directs that her body Assli be cremated Aires a thorough test by electricity to ascertain of life is extinct. The executors Are authorized to Deposit with the Farmers loan and Trust company an amount sufficient to Ber father it to Abbott an income of $4h a month. They Are to Deposit iou ooh with the United state a Trust company Sud her Mother Almira m. Abbott 401 a month. Mrs. Web Ere Mother of her late husband receives $iu.i4j0. Other bequests were $2 Usu a Ach to her Brothers. Leon h., George la. And Frederick Abbott #85,000 to her roster mrs. Abbott Clark $5,000 each to the Chii Treu of a of And George ii. Abbott the children of mrs. Eli Clark the deceased sister of her Isle husband and the children of m. R v it tier i. Vas Houghton receives $1u.uu0 d. A. Konoid ins. The Testa trix s a county $5. J0u, the sum of $5,000 is Given to a Ach or the following congregational Church Gloucester Plymouth Church Brooklyn Brooklyn Tab anole. Madison Avenue Baptist Church fourth Avenue presbyterian of the divine paternity Rose Rui Viet Bowlst episcopal Church and St. Luke a methodist episcopal Church new York. And Citadel Square Baptist Church Charleston. S. C. It be residue of Tho a state is to be divided equally among six charitable institutions in new Yerk City. And mrs. 8. V. White of Brooklyn and her Friend mrs. Sarah Bird. Allot mias Abbotts a music operatic scores and private papers Are bequeathed to Alice c5iffrty, of Jersey City. Who Ai to receives Diamond and jewelry Are give to the executors with the direction that they be sold and the proceeds to form a part of the estate. Tile will contains a forfeiture clause against con teat the Kanaka senator ship. Topeka Kan Jan. 14 a the legislature will meet tomorrow. The Alliance Mea. Who have a Clear majority of Twenty one on joint ballot say they will elect their Calico nominee whoever he May be to succeed l United late senator Ingalls. The republicans a or. Ingalls will be re elected. The democrats Aalto is a anything to beat Tbs governor and other state officers were sworn into office Chis morning by associate Justice of the supreme court Valentine. The governor delivered his inaugural address. And the ceremony was of the most simple nature. Tbs usual inaugural bad has been dispensed senator Vance renominated. Raleigh. N. Jan. 14�?a Resolution passed the North Carolina Senate today unanimous in instructing the United states senators from North Carolina to secure it possible the objects of financial Reform contemplated in the platform of the National convention of the Farmers Alliance recently hold at Ocala. Fla. United states senator Vance was renominated by with great enthusiasm

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