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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. Y , WEDNESDAY, J ANUARY 8, 1890. NO. VIS. foil i Xii At] Ut] UKPHESESTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES .-------- «o- OF DUNKIRK. 3 wr.W RI'LINU MACHINE for ruling A ,‘ljf |h of blank* I* the latest audition to n Mr. hann'jil Impai Uncut of Dunkirk Printing Complin l.r.XANOEK’SOal and Wo**d ] nrl, iw A I * ifiral Avenue, uuuMte Nickel Plate I -at All grades «»f    aiel    Holt    Coal, ti 41 Lumber. Shingles ami Cath. Free r “ Coitus poo ame® lur wholesale Iou tour! ted. » ll HCN It * NON, A    t£I    tenter street. <,r* irene*, Provision*. Canned Fruita, etc )niW.r,    ovens’Iitiictnc Brand received limb every day.    ______ \i rx. M. Af ANN, Practical Plumber, Gas 24 ti * I x tea ut Fitter. bivial a tut ii lion  **'.....>■•--    I-.-ti ma toe given im Heating ami [inn! »tn i t. A an>I blea ut Ciller. bi** lo ^Bullary Plumbing. I r„, I * I ii th t*i r*K> C»a« Kitling, Steal ll ti \ 1 r Furnace*. 17 K. Third ■ . n 1,1 ri oitI>, Kl and SB Central Are. I » Artnue Photographer. Instantaneous l’>i<hoithpirn ‘*7 Babies a specialty. .Sitters j not wait for awu.sh)ne exempt for •mbiea.    ___ I i OOH ll I Nil KHY—J AM RH IRVING, Pr.»- I I andor No. II* K. Second street. near Buffle street, Dunkirk, N. Y. Magazines, Mull*. Pamphlets, «tc~, I iou ml in ail aly lea. orders pi,‘mpll) attemled to. All work guaranteed. . ,| HCH CKH € IWK KKKV HOIIHK, J i    Stet    Central Avenue. Wholesale anil retail dealer in Im orle.l arni Domestic China. Glassware, Ar- i DIAH. ll. HAKKI*. til Central Af®. Gun-V / cral Ianurance, Life, Accident ami Fire. in fore traveling immure your ife in the old r* halite "Travel* rsV Iteal hr ta ie Agent Iannis negotiated on p-opertv. 1 iHAUTAUQUA HOTHI* ^ ,    I    ta tea, ll per day. Livery and fielding bUlde in connection. Victor Hider, S3T> an<l SIT Lion slroeL j HTV KA KUK It SHOP ^ /    (dias. Nagle, Prop., I nder Lake shore National Bauk, cornel . hut and Third otrei'U. A due Block of Kon11ga ami Domestic Cigars. < HINKLIN Mi SON, ^ ,    ;*:IH center street, Practical horse-slwei®. Particular atwntioa l*anf to inU'rfering hones. Shoeing of road it , trotting horses a specialty. J NKI ICH FAHNING OMSKKVKH. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. HUA J AT*,’** HOTHEM f»**n ♦*.#*••#. Af]J B. MOC KI K, Merchant Ta. Rn. Sir* Central \venue 1> I IkOl.Pli, M, Ii,, phyi-irian an i bu* I Ik* (Non. Office, 2(5 Guttural Afi'tiue, over Lyon’s drug store. Otho© hours: ii to lo a. ,; i 2 to 4 ami 7 to a p. in.; Sundae -, IDSO to lh:    a I rn. Residence. ( i ntra. Avenue. Te-j.hom J •nil, No. ii. Cal s mat Ie left at Ltoni ilruj. I store, night or day, and ta iii be prompt;, de- j livered and attended to. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT i I F vim want h professional gardener and! florist for pruning your trees, making nu*-gardens aud park-.. Holland, French or F ii pit-Ti model, write or < all for \ anderuieuieti Bran* I 412 Canary street, and see what they ran do j C* Al.KhMKN* Wanted At onee. I <*> a1 or vy Tratiding Big Pay. Steady Work, stock AV arts ii bal. Quirk Set (tag Specialties lim lit Flee. Experience Un necessary. J ah. K. Wit it-nkv, Nun*;* man, B-* lu ster, N. Y, OTOldi ABT A Co., Patent A Hornet s. SIA 7th *7 SC, Washington, I* C., opp i s Patent office. Patents, I aveats and lie Is-ttc* secured Tra* Ie Mark- registered All Patei.t h us incas condue,led for moderate Fees. Information. Advice, ami «}*?cial reference* mc ut on reuiierL ^Pji-Miin, f|i I- \ PH VS KS IN jfw-* oil v ANCK, allowed cai-h niontti -i, employment at home or traveling, no soh. ii-wig. Oulies <h Ii v et wig an I in tkwir col lect ’•Him. No Postal lards. Addles* w.tti -Limp. II A F LU A CO., Piqua, 1 Hun. I wish to employ a few ladies on safari to take charge of my bilHines* at their homes. Light, very fascn.ating and healthful. Wag** #10 |**»r Week. IL feri nee given. <.<--1 pav for parttime. Addr, as with st nip. Mil.**, Marion W a I R KR, L-Miisv li e Ivy. SORROW IX GEHMANY AT THE DHATH OF THE COWAGIR EMPRESS augusta . I 1.1 NKI UK KNOINKKK1NO COM PANY. I orderly beliew a Popple. litBnfAciurei^ of rlniciiMM, lk>il«r<. Piilteyi, hatting Hangers. CU*,. Patterns, Forgings, lastings, and Macula© Work to order. i * FN Kl UK SII I KT CO., JUS, 56Uft and 207 [ I Center street, Manufacturer* of the Croiuwelt” ami “Dunkirk” jierfwct * fitting >re«» shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, lotions ami dr) go*»d» houses in Dunkirk, |\ r. TOOM EV, [ I,    4.J4    amt    486    Lion    *tr*Hq I scaler in Flour, Feed, alt, Kalol llay.Phos-iliates, etc. Kstahlished, 1*477. I a HIF. HOTEL and liming SaliM.n, Union I i Depot. Lasv access to ail trains and business house*. Best accum ululations for Com ae-rcial Iravelcis.    ... John J. Murphy, Prop. ' ll Ct.KS * CO., *4    t»7 aud t» K Thinl stn-cC Kine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and I p- •istering. Picture Frames made to order. f D. MATTESON A CO., itol Central xVve., ruder* of I* a-hion and (ientletnen tiullltti'rs. J AKEKI. STEAM HEATING IO- an ii far lurers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanilr.ry Plumbing a Sj*eeialty. | OME STEAM KAUN DKF. Our speeialties:    Fine    Shirts,    bv-;    Cellar*, i; Cuffs, 4c, end Knee CurUine. I rei‘ Dehv-■y- A VV. Cummings, Wt Center street. J IC OI .IM. K. Thinl st., Cvor. of Buffalo aniifactnrer ami dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes. I EN KY WKI1.KIPS NEW STOKE, lo t F. Thinl sC IhMiks, stationery, Musseai In-rumeiita,MMgaxmrs,Daily umlW eckly I atwis, id everythii’g pertaining ton tlrst class iMMik ore. Si* in hi* ins.ks a r)K*eialty. oil PRINTING of every descnptiou and at lowest living rales by Dunkirk Printing Company, H aud It) K. Second SC 111. VAN III KIN Jfe HON, Fir** Life, Accident and General Insuraetia. Dealers in Beal Kb tate aud LuAns. Par.icular attention paul lo the e.ire of pr«q*erty collecting rents Ac. SIU Center st., iud fl.mr, ^'0‘'K0ES PHARMACY, SOI* Central Avenue H» ulqinaners for Wall Pa|«er Pail,ta, Oils, Ae. i>r.KKlNS, ,1. VV., 2lW Center street, VI an ii fa* t arer mid denier in Harness, Baddies, Bridles, t osars, Trunks,W hips, Buffalo KoIm*s, Horse C-’i c: s, iwloves,Milieus and Sleigh Bulies. 1>Lt MK.NG. T. W. Murray, SHI Lion streeC A sj»ee:altv made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and tins Fliting. Workmanship guar-nUHd. V. SCHOLTES. 17 East Tiunl street, I nslnonable Tailor, tienllenien will And It to their advantage to Calion me before purchasing eisew here. I) ll. CAKY A CO.. . .    HJO    Lorn    stn*et. General Hardware,U iou* L* a<l,Oils,Painter’s Supplies,tm < loth*,GraL te Ware. A spe«-ial- otbhe ‘    ‘ “ ‘ ty;< *rw ii.W illisms Pa.ut and Monroe range. ) I KING, such as tdank-book*, ledger*, and k u all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, f> ami IO E. Second SC Ii PDOI.PH MOLDENHAUER. V    Cor.    Third aud Buflalo Sis., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Budding stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk. I) ISLEY A CO., Ii.    7 and 9 Fast Front streeC Whisky, W Hies, Brandies. G-M.eral Liquor Store for Family Use. KOBERT WRAY, ,    Lion str<*et, near Ole depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day *>r week on reas<inable terms. 1> EID, J. W, I    184    Center street Imaler in Musieal Instruments and Sewing Machines. Wemskea specialty of tlrst class makes of Ptatms ami Farrand A Voter Organa SAM ,1. GIFFORD, SOI Central Ave. (Up stairs). General Insurance an.I Real Estate Ag •mc Fire, Idle, Accident end Live Stock iu-uranre. Prompt attention given to buying and selling Heal Estate. Scene* in llii’Ho S.unlar to 11i»M \IUhJ-lug lite Vieuiise «*f the latte Kaiser VV i ll I:» iii I —Prejmrat ‘on* ft it Celebrating the Emperor** Birthday Abandoned. Dissatisfaction With Mr GbuGtoue, ,    ■ J-‘NP* a. ,?wh. h —The death of th<? Ddn -f*g»r T5!oif>»*.*.* Augusta, though from th** nature of ie r illness and considering tier a<i-viMc-.-d .air**, iud ii nor poet#-1, luis cauked a profound feeling of sorrow in Ik*rlm. Til© attnek id infiii'-naa with which -he was seined with tho ii tm* et virulenco of the malady geve * t: iv in«!ieati< »** cf developing into I p' ouitioioa, and culminated in that dim aso ii. spit© tin* strenuous efforts of her physi- \ Clans to avert it, Tho S    ill tile streets nflei the unuuui.eemcui of imr death vivtaly recnlied those following the demise of her i hunger;!. t*>c lr|f*» Empeppr WtlliAiri I, nu*T the |.-\ r I tdrij atK»r of tle droml whieii I tiiiOofl lh® ViciBdJ of th© pi I'm*© strongly* ! , ii rcni'vot «.f the v*ei*‘i atl<Mi {ti winch j Iii*’ ^i*i ip Tqt'd! "s ti ymop}* im |e^d i>g aik German- r. ii.< r tiiau a tribute to the ore* just dead irrespective <|f her ^ so^jaHoil.vtjth fc'm Iii e. ue* q K*lice of th * ilwalii of the dowager i mf»r*’ss nil of the |.r“[*aratious which v.n re nil cady making for a brilliant i e«*lr*b» (lion of the Lit hd.iy of F,m|*er*>r i William Ii on Jan. *J7 have ln*eti rd»an inned, j ami til ti. ens.on will Ie? tislone I to pass with-. out Mvcial recognition.    *    *-    y    TfFrl    ii uh oL.vu.sToNK asked to KtT^if \ Pail Mail linzetfe is s'uii^f invei|;hi*1*x Til VINEGAR BITTERS A 3EA5TO2ST M0D2P.N DIS00721.Y Tri ii iii )»Ii of Pharmacy. Th? onlv true practical ULI MR OI' LILL Wit Ii KA LTM is one that promot'-s digestion, improve- the ap petite,cleanses the liver, purities the b o-.hI, aud stimulates brain and nerves without injurious reaction, a ul one th.i nuv be taken alike bv adult or infant. Profane c impounds, made of vile rum or bad whisk, v, sweetened aud flavor* d, under the ti les ut hitters, tonics, .Vc , produce effects tar worse than the discase tor which they ire taken. Vinegar Bitters Is a purr' tonic, a nervine without In-fug narcotic, a blood pniitier without |,olvo*i. a liver tonic without purging, amt above all. a life-giving stimulant without alcohol. I he o 1\ medicine with »u.h powers, in the wot Ll. A DEMINK TLM PURANIK BKVEIIAOK, far surpassing alcohol in any shape as a tonic,and it Bught la* called LIQUID LIFE, since it stimulates, invigorates anti regulates digestion, nutriti n, seer. ti -n,excretion^ spiratioti, and all the functions when bv lit.- is maintained— we literally take it vitality in spoon.I ut. It is not too much to a vert Iii at the «>*|U’sl of Vinegar Bit tees .bn-, intl exist, iud no count erpart or compound with similar virtues his ever been known. CALIFORNIA, is remarkable for nothing els.*.would !»c immortalised by the production of tile medicinal fruits, roots and h.*rbs of which t* is Bitters is composed. Viany of them used bv the Indi ms ami the medi. al profession in the treatment of chills and fevers, rheumatisiu, catarih, ccmsmnption. neuralgia, headache ,, liver complan t, kidney disease, jaundice, gout, piles,boils, skin dik ase-, Ac , A< .too numerous to mention, but easily understood when the action ot the Hitters on the vital functions is remembered. I he discovery’ was partly acculen-til but the present PERFECT BITTE.18 IS TUE RESULT OF SCIENCE. Millions of sufferers have gratrful’y and gl <llv endor-ard, during the past quarter of a ce,.tury, the wonderful sui ce-, of this PHENOMENAL TOXIC OK THE WORLD. In order to meet event prot»ab!e demand, two formulas of the same ingredients arc now pu up. THE OLD RT VLK is STRONOF.lt, SLIGHTLY HITTER, AND MORE CATHARTIC. THE NKW STYLE, PLEASANT TO Til K TASTE, AND KM’BKssLY ADAPTED TO DKI.I CATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. REM KMI5KU, I here is n*» diwewsr- of low vitality, ‘debit.tv ol ’unctions, or nervous prostration tor which TIN FIO AR BITTI.HS Is NtiT CURATIVE, and its singular jsm-er over the lower organisms renders it tile im pi a. ab c foe ot THE DEADLY MICHO AND OMNIPRESENT BACTU.RI \ in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, in-ernal diseases, Acc., ana so grea is its power a a germicide that it is an UNEQUALLED VERMIFUGE. A book cou'd be written of its virtues, .md an o her ol testimonials, but it is onlv necessary t<* rein miler us g* tier >1 action upon the liver, blood, brain ar il n« rves, t«» re I. re its use in it ui'tjority ortho UU that    i»    lu-ir to. amt that no j fitintty should ever lo* without m (Mittlo of OLD AND NEW AT VLK VINEGAR HITTERS IN THE HOUKE. Send for our Ladies* hook. Address It. ti. .He I RIN MD DRUG CHK, New Yolk. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV ACMINISTHRNQ OX. KAIRIS' GOLDIN fftCm ll can be Riven In a cup of coffee or lea. or In ar tides of food, without the knowledge of tie* person taking it; it is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and sju'edy care, whethei the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it HEVER FAIL8. We GUARANTEE a complete cute in every Instance. 4"* page boo® F REE. Address in ronflden *e, COLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. ISS Recs St.. Cincinnati.Ck against Mr. tiitulsfouv'* silemM fu rejrarft th ’ ques: ions of vital interest to the ljis*ral party and tho country w!uoh tins' become auLj«*rth of }«trvi.’Re©*i«ery n>;i<oderation inmiediateljr men th.* te.‘t"S*-hH»iitig of the house, skii drlnlo* thai hut owititiiied re-t «*.*in‘© in tile fu aa of tLo jsq ul-ir *knnn<l for an expre si itl of his opinions is producing a revolt in t • Lilersl ranks wiiii not even ll eel premier cantjurdi if b<* dries not imme-dmlely t .ku stops to I hat dud. Tilts feeling is esp *eiiiIIjr trite witk rti'efence t«» Mr, Lur nell, »lios*, i oinpi cation* eitll ('apt O’Shea demand that his relation* to the Liberal j lenity, pending the t*vttl<*iii iit of the issue, shall tie d**tiiie<i by tim len<U*r of the l,il**r«h, sime it Is Ute fact that a question affecting I th© cont un.mice of Mr. PanieH's leadership’ of the National party has l*e»*ti rais©) I by many til that genii mail’s lot lowers. PORTUGAL ON TIIK hRPlNKlYK The Pat s Le! ats is pe rsistently, and eri-d**nt!y will) some elf*ct. egging on th**Portuguese iii their disput<*s with England end is ton most in giving counsel to the Lislsin government winch, if followed, will inevitably lead to t-'ie complete discomfiture *»f King Carl -s and his ministers. It may Isl nothing more than a mer© coincidence, but : it is certainly si ,nificant that many of th© , means of *lefin-** w Ie se application to the Tagus have laten suggested by the I bb its have IsH ii put into requisition by the Portuguese, so that the water hauling bi Listion teems with tori * sloe® and hidden obstacles to navigation, the government mean while indulging in K}<ccioiis arguments and futile protests against England’s ultimatum, ajv I par* ntiy with the -ole object of gaining time ! in which to perfect its defensive pieparations. DUMP AV AN TMUI.ATCS CID UCITII.L. The Earl of I )n nm veil lins followed th© pre I«if hr! I Randolph Churchill and an-1 rour.ee*! himself umquivocaliy in favor of an eight hour I * w. AN ANTI St,A VICHY KXPFDITIOy. Tho Ant: Slavery society *f IL Igium is I r* p. ring, to -end .rn • x|x*dit w '»til© Upper Congo, dtr«’< te*l r.ga.n»l th© bailie in slaves i in ih.it region. Ti © country selected for : tie ir • } < ran lh is that iii which the tra Ie in human chattels is under the cxcuhdve control of th** wi y and redoubtable lipfioo I jilt ai d i* remail.s to Is* seen t*> w hat ext**nt the ex| e ii* ion will Is* abl© to obtain his <**>-Ulceration urbout which th© venture would ii oui to I*© a fruitless if not a dangerous un- ; d«it«ki g. Ti,© N »rth Ct rman (J ir*.*tte has embarked in ii crusade against German trusts, which it declari s are inimical to lh© welfare and progress of the country. The recent chat g>* in the Jaj anew* ministry I; conceded to !>■* in every re-q <H*t tavorabl© to t. e eXj an ion ol Gt-rnutn i. thionc*© iii Japan. The Int ‘st rote 'rut by Isird Salisbury to ! the Portuguese minister of foreign affairs requests! Portugal to immediately order lier agviit-s in South**ast A fries to put a stop at once lo acle s un.ar to those attribut'd to > K i t a Pinto, a ai intimated that their eon- j ti ii un n ce would jeopard!*© friendly diplo- j matic discUK’-loiis on tie* ipie^tions at issue. I It is stated that order* have U*en sent to the war ship* at Ci hi altar with especial reference to Poi”.ug.il. It anti'll Thrill to I'.mljMts. Pond n. -I.an. 8.—At th© trial of Arthur Kenton, Frederick Tai or?on and Adolphus Do GaIm in ti*© How street police court ye«-tenlay, in c*'im**ction with the West End scand.x1, an ex-postal messenger, nam**d : Pet kins, swore that atter he had given testi-mouy ag’iin-.t Newton and Ve«*K, Newton trnsi to induce bun to go to Australia, say- j leg he knew a man who would give him (Perkins) JL A) down and Ll a week for three j years, an i would ai*-o pay th** -Jinie sum to ©.ach al the other witnesses—Wright, Bwins-ro© and Barber—if th y would all emigrate L ’get ber.    ____ Burial of tile l.at»> Empress of Braf.il. Ll sn* in. Jan. 7.—The body of the late empress of Brazil arrived here by rail from Oporto yesterday, accompanied by Dom Pe^n- and th*- royal family of Brazil. King Carlos and suite received the funeral party at tho station and reprobe ii tat iv** of the ein-jierors of Germany and Austria, and th** queen regen1 of Spain and the papal nuncio met the c* r eg© at the calli© It al. The dean ot th** arch bocca® pronounced absolution, alter which the members of the imperial family followed the boily to til© vault, where the n mninder of til© service w as perform©.!. INDIANS AT WASHINGTON. The Chiefs Ar# Given a Hearing by the Jmlinn Affairs Comiuittee. Wa8Ein<;to». Jan. 8—Til© house commit-ftx- on Indian atTnlm beard the grievances of a large mimtier of Indians y©uterilay Those who addreseed th© ©ommittee were Hollow Horn Hear of th© Standing lb>ck ugency. John Gram of the Cheyenne ag**n**y, and Little Chief of th** Pine Ridge agency. Hollow Hoi'll Boor wa* the flr*t to address th© •N>rannt»©e. Ho said He cam© to speak In favor of a bill that he understood was pending. V hat bill it was lie did not know, but afhrr nows! lerald© qtmtfonitig by th*» mervi-l«©r* **f th© committee it was learned that h© wishoi bv have the recomm^nda'too* »na«ie by tit# secretary *»f til© interior in his unnual i i-p .rf c«rri***l out John Gram spoke next. He said that he • ame t*» u**k the ootnmiitee to we that the provisions made by th© Hioux I'omtiMMimi and accented by th# Indians won© honestly carried out. When a>k©d if he had r©*»nn to doubt t 'at tilts w<ju1 I is* <lon©, he repti.-d that he t ai benn fooitsi one© and dkl not wj»h to ii© fooled again. He aiwa want© I the gvverornent to pay them fur d.Ntt.j ponies which be dainied had Itccn run <i*Y bv*(bn T<»rry, vaht*si at #ld apiec *. ii© was -iskai what he thought of th© ©inurn’ut of inn is in severalty to til® In-chars. II© raid that he was not able to reply to Bbs (pleation aa it cam© “too *|nick.* Be-f. re he was don©, however, ha said that th© Incline Vi t lit (si Ll is* H*iucat*al aud to Ijecoin© S*if- rn p port lug. When asked bow long this WuuI I take h© sa d that be thought about ii IP tm years. Iii re ’ai d to H'-h,*,!.* he said that h » sit*! not f (Vor Eastern ►» Lne>ls for ludiaus, but wanted S' iiools on their reservation*. Little Chief next- addretussl the committee. II** wish) d lo Is* allowed to leave the reservation at pine Ridge and to take a few of hi* people mid move to Tongue river. But by so doing he «iul not want lo I'**© any money that would r- suit from im signing tie* Int© Hi. un treaty. _ THE INCREASED DEATH RATE SEW VOUK LEGISLATURE THE SESSION OF 1890 CONVENES AT THE STATE CAPITOL. fti New Yet k During the Vast Week t*rol» *l»lv Due to Influenza. Nf.iv York, Jan. 8.—Tin* board of health nn*t yesterday for th© first tim** sine© th© in-fliK'iijra mad** its a|>|H*aran<*a iii this city. Pr*#od'Uil VViLoth who ba* lw**»n ill w ith the gn{> for a fui inigbt, was abl© to i>i*esidc, but ha I not fully r©cover#d his health. The subject of ti*© influenza wain not t -iie*! upon at th© uiuotiug, l»ut Dr. lL*g *r c. Ur secy, the registrar, mad© th© following report on th© in cr easel mortality: “The suddwu and marked increase in til© nunilarr of deaths jsap;varentlv due to an epi->1 line influenza, fen- it is nut confined to any on© |-«.rti<ni *J th© city, and is chiefly due to acute inflammation of th© rtHpiratory organs and t Rom* other organs which ar© moot apt to I*** unfavorably affected in such cone*, \ jz. ; Til© ie srt and th© kidneys. “AUh .ugh th© mortality from pncmnonia has h*en p * tty well distributed, til© increase lins ls**.n uiaiked iii th© westerly wards, lying n< i th of Fourteenth street. Tile iueruas© of deaths is to a great extent among persons over ’jr. years of ago, there having been out of th© total lucre*-© of 44b, ai*-} over that ago, and only 87 under, although more than h.alf t'ie population is under 2.7 years of «go.w An Offer of foul prow I*©. VV a’- MiNUTox, Jan. 8 — An evening paper says: “l'he Chicagoans who ar© here endeavoring t*i secure, for their city th© great ex* jHiHiion of 181)2 rhav© commenced to offer in lucenients to Washington to let go of th© th© world’s fa irides iii favor of Chicago. Th** pluiMis f’ rinulatod by th© visitors from the lake side is to have congress appropriate #4,(HAMM) or #7,<FnuxiO for a great memorial hnll (suitable f >r large gatherings of a national character, such as inaugural halls) to Ie erected iii this city. Til© building is toll©, according to tiiis scheme, commence*! in 1n‘.»2 and the laying of it# corner stone is to Is* made a great occasion by an inun©ae© celebration of th© quadro-c©utcn»)ial. The exrs sit iou itself is then to Is* beld in Chicago in IHM. That’s how the altair is fixed today.” __ New Oilcan* Users. New ORI.EANH, Jan. 8.—VV ©atli 1* cloudy and warm yesterday; track good. First race, selling, ti fur'ongs; Doh me first, Pi ibus »*7on<l, Cora L. third, time, 1:16l£. Hts* nd r:iC'*,    furlongs; Li la L first. Mnrchburti second, Locbiel third; time, 1:0!)?^. Third ra**©, f* furlongs; Sheri)lan first Bootjack second, Little L»)*ss third; time, l:«r,r.4. Fourth rue©, handicap, '4 mile:    Bertha fir-t, Nei*i <\ second, Buckl>*r third; time, _ Democratic Senators Elected. Helena, Mont., Jan. 8.—Th© Democrat* met in joint session yesterday. Diligent efforts on th© part of Clark and friends brought out a quorum. On th© first lmllot Clark nu i M'-Guimiess wore ©lecbsi D**mo-cniir mo) .a* r fr*un Montana by a vote of *7 each. II ti. VV. A Clarke was the president of the hit * constitutional convention of M-m’a a, un i is n well known banker and n e „• o”. ti I* of iintle. Hon AI MeGuimie-s hf- reoeatclly r<*p«vsentcd Montana a** a delegate iti cong! cts. Mr. 111. -ted I li<»-cii Speaker cf th© As swmhly—Dr«*aiilratIon 1’erfcrted, a Nmn ber of Bills Iotrodiired and an Adjourn went latten Till Next Monday Evening Memo 'tai* aud Contested Elections. Alban T, Jan. s—Th© legidaturw af 181V couven©*! bere yester.lav. The senate wa* ©ailed to order shortly belor© noon by Lieu-tenani (r<iv#rnor J*>nes. Thirty seiiaL>r* reapondei to Bo-ir names, .M©»*rs. McNsugb Ion and Hheard tieing *ds©uit on Horouut of sickiM*ss Th© senators wit© call©*! to tbs desk in groups of six aud til© oath of office was abn noster el. 'I he lieutenant gr*veri!or welcomed tbf senate ii a lengthy ad«lress. The organization of th© S' nate was then effected by tlw ©leCtluo of tin* officer* nominated by th© Re publican caucus. The lieutenant governor uniiouno-d the aptvui.tmerit of C. F. R Cot us Hie pr* olden Us clerk. T he goveruorV ii.esMg# was then reconrod and read. Alter tis* reading of til© message was concluded Mr. Fannett prt-<«iit©)l notKNn of James C. R*>geis, who c ai test.si th© seat of Rotator Collins, and G©*>rge II. Treadwnll, wl»o o > ti tested th# sent of NorLsi Chase. The notice* wei© ref arr od to th© cotnrnille© on privil©g«s* aiel elections. Among th© bills introduced 'tere: By Mr. .Studier—Reducing th® legal rate of interest from <# to 5 per cent.; also providing ti nit des-^ Ls of ti ust, iiiortgagiw aud other hens on r«ai pr.qierty lie den acted from th© BmsmvI vain j of real pTiqiorty and that such lie^is be a-'s*-*^iw>d as |***rM<oai property against th# hohlefs. By Mr. .Saxton—The Saxton Uillct reform bill; also his corrupt practices hid. By Mr. I .msoti—A ballot reform bilL By Mr. Brown—Providing for femalo in-sjecLirsof factories. By Mr. U’Goiinor—Amend.ng the charter of BinghouiLia. By Mr. ( autor—Providing for th© New York city municipal code; also providing for an eniuii.Tatiun of til© inhabitant* of the state. By Mr. Cha©**—Appropriating #2,Dix,tmh to (HU ii pie I© ll.© capitol. By Mr. Cogit (admi I—Appropriating $70,UUU for ti©* Utica armory. The annual report of til© stat© treasurer was received. Adjourned until next Monday evening. in the assembly. The assembly was called to order by Clerk Chicker lug at ll o’clock. Th© (with of office was admiiiii.U*i’t«i to th© assemblymen by Secretary of State Rio* To© election of a ►punker followed, (Ten. Musted r* cuiving »>t* votes aud Mr. Hliootutu 52. Gen. ll lifted was deciare*I elected. The Kl aker then dcliverol bis address of thanks fur til© honor. Minor officer* were appointed aud th© following resolution* adopt©*!: By Mr. Curtiss—That lh© amended rules be adopted. By Mr. Peak—That th© usual contract* I* made for mail, etc. By Mr. Saxton—That the various clergymen of this city be asked to act aa chaplains The governor's message w as then received and road. Mr. Page of Albany presented a memorial from William B. LeKoy, contesting the Fourth Ait>any district seat held by Mr. MHlLUio®. it©i>ort# from tho department of public instruction and stat© asylum for th© blind were received. Mr. Saunders of Rensselaer j resented a memorial from James H. Rowley, contesting the Tilird Rensselaer district seat, held by J. VV. M< Knight. Til© menders then drew for scats and sui© sequwntly th© bouse aiijcurucd until Monday evialing next. Suing Fx-.stut© Treasurers. Denver, Col, Jan. 8,—Th© attorney general, on beliclf of the slate, has begun amt* against vx-Stat© TremtUiers Nath&u M. Culver, William C. Sunders, Frederick WTilseu, Georg© IL Swallow and Peter VV. Broon, Us get her with their bondsmen, for th© pun**.© of recovering money which, it is alleged, Hies© otli dais received as interest on slat© fund* loaned different banks, and which they failed to account for to th© aint©. The amount sued for b* not stated in th© complaint, but it is believed that th© amount so received by each treasurer during til© two jeers term will reach nearly $100,000. The suits ar© brought for an accounting and brings up th© question wbe her or not til© stat© has a right to demand the rsturn of the interest ujhhi state funds hold by them during their term of office. Ills Wile mill (bibl Disiitliei Bed. At’RU RN, N. Y., Jan. 8—A special to Til© DU’ atch from Seneca Fa’Ls says: It has d©-v ! rv-t that Thomas Chatnpman. who died recently at Newark, N. J., and who was buried tier© Dec. SI, leaves an estate valued at $ LTO bi •«). His will is mad# in favor of his iii)*©.*, Mrs. Giark of New York city and virtually di-inherita his w if© and child. There is a claus© iii his will which prohibit©*! bis wife and child from attending his funeral The proja rty is mid to he in Newark, N. J. C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. Slit MAIN HT., HI EF AKO. N. Y. DF,.ILER IN nss, wilds d jmt flocks, Silverware, I-cal lier (JixxL, Etc. Ame* leans to Banquet Stanley. London, Jan. 8.—Henry M. S;ni:l©y ha* accepted the offer of a banquet in his honor to tie given by Americans iii I a muon, but says be cannot definitely fix th© dal#. He cables that he will probably arrive in London about th© middle of February. Th© banquet will It© presidM over bv Minister Lincoln, who will prttcnt to Stanley on !•©-hail of his entertainers an American flag and a massive Mlver she id inwrought with African ►Ceilers. Empress Augusta’* Last Moment*. RICKLI!!, Jan 8.—The lowering of the imperial standard at the palate announced the death of the dowager empress to the public. Her nearest r©!ativ *s were kneeling at hor bedside and Chaplain K**egei w ig praying wh» ii death came. There was no struggle. The tody res * on an o(*en couch, shrou)le>1 in white, and present* a picture of absolute peace. Spain (VHI Never Hell Cribs. YIadkid, Jan. 8.—The Spanish papers g**n oral v (Nnnment on th© argument* of United S*at**s S-nator Call with r» ference to the debt r f Cid** w>th the result of exhibiting the absurdity of his reaolutloii and accompanying remarks. The debt of Cuba, they assert, is not mainly in tile hands of Germans, as Mr. (' iii a i* ges. but is chn fly held by Spaniards and Frenchmen. Spain is not and canli) t U* i:iflu *n<*©l by utilitarianism and will never sell Cid a. EXG RA VI .VC, GOLD 4 SIL VK Ii PLA TISG IU C. JUNES, J •    75 E. Third *L, cor Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Halt and Eonitrv    I”ar^*    Sausages,    Oysters    and ATK ll ES, JEWELRY, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. © Repairing a k{m*claity, krank t, nupf, sa k. Third st A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA YGOODS MAIN STH EET, Oppoaite Iroquois Hotel. De.till ot James N. Heuston. TOLK DO, ()., Jan. 8.—James M. Heuston, ex-pro-icuting attorney, and a well-known l.’iwyirand jk»1 finnan of Tol©*lo, die*! of la grqqie here y*-sterday. He returned from Columbus .Saturday and wan im mediately taken with (lie dis. ase, which resulted in his death This is the first death refKirted from la grip}** here. hut it is spreading rap.dly. Denver Board of Trad© Bacquet. Dknv kr, Col., Jan. 8.—The annual banquet of th© Denver Board of Trade was given at til© Windsor hotel laht night. Plates were laid for ii!) Among the invited guest* and those who responded to toasts were Hon. Murat Ii abt ©ail, ex-Mayor Harrison of Chicago, Governor Cooper of Colorado and ex Governor Alva Ame*. A World * I-sir HIU. Washington, Jan. 8.—Senator Faullrner of West Virginia introduced a bill to provide for a three Americas and world’s exposition at the national capital in 1K)2. It is similar in all its provisions to the bill recently introduced by Senator Gorman, except that instead of providing for til© issuing of $15,-(XJtMHM) iii district Is unis to provide an exjsw brion fund it contains the following section: “That the sum of $ 15,000,tMD out of any money in the treasury riot otherwise provided or as much as may lie necessary, aje proprlated for carrying out the object of this act.’’ The bill will intr*Hiic©*i in til*? house by Mr. Wilson of West Virginia. ltc|»ul*Ii(*«n I.**si;ne NIeeilitg. Nk.w York, Jan. H. — President J. M. Thurston of til© Ii publican longue of the United States, has called (he thin! annual convention of the league to im heil! at Nashville, March 4, ls,.*0. Alxiut 1,500 delegates from the various stat© league ar© expected to attend. After th* convention th© delegates will go t© ('hattai>o*ira to hold a Republican league mass meeting. Au Old Telegraph*?!* Dead. Toledo, ()., Jan. H.—Junes M. Wright, a well known telegrapher, ami for two years iiiaufiger of the Toledo office of the Postal Telegraph company, die*l at tile North-westeru ins me asylum iii this city yesterday. H© bail been an mmat© of the institution -inc© May, 1888. He leaves a family. Char!©* Cleary Sentenced to Death. Lock Haven, Pa., Jan. 8.—A motion for a flew trial in th*? ease of Charles Cleary was overruled and Cleary was sentenced to bo hanged. Cleary killed Chief of Police Philip Paul at Renovo last March wrhii© being taken to jad for disorderly conduct. The Kit I Ie King Dangerously III. Madrid. Jan 8.—Th© condition of the infant king of Spain, w ho is ill with influeLza, is worse than it was yesterday morning, anti is 'ausing alarm at tin* paia -e Physicians are ai const int attendance at th© little fellow'* bedside. lh© Oklahoma Rill. Washington, Jan. 8.—Tin* senate committee on public lait is met yesterday and discussed tho Oklahoma bill. No conclusion was reached and the bill went over until the text meeting of the committee. STEERS CAUSE A PANIC. They Dilv© Two Horae* to Their Death on a Ferry Boat. PtfiLADKi.POiA, Jan. H. — A panic was ci ©awd among the passengers nu the Camden ferry boat Columbia while tho vessel wrjm midway in tho IMaware river by a hand of steers attack ng a fin® team of horses attached to a carriage in which w*»ro Mrs, Beulah t aulu Ul, .Miss Gertrude Browning aud Mis* W right, Ti»© Nm became unmanageable And iliad*? a w ild dark to NMdp! from their tormentor*. A large ii mulier of passengers were standing near lh© railing in th© front of the boat as the mf.in ii*-1 annuals dashed forward. M*mi, women and cuihireii tumbled over ou© another iu their effort* to escape from the path of th© horses, who dashed thr*nigh th© iron railings and plunged ovt-rlxiard and were drowned. Several |*eople w« re severely bruises!. Th© lad i* *s iii the carr lag® K.nv)>d Ih**ir lives by jumping out beftue it went overboard. The team aud carriage was valued at fd.dGJ. During Iii© uproar th® steers that started the trouble rushed into the Juda**’ cabin and caused some of the ladies to taint, sltbou Kb IKJ on© wa* injured. It was a im not miraculous that many |M*ntona were not seriously hurt by th© bot*’ nor si«*erK Th© latter at iv from th© West ami were very wild. M,d. MICE'S SUIT. Die II© Can Have ll is Sleek But Not Info! mat Inn He Reek*. New York. Jan. 8. -The suit of George Rice against Hi© Sfan lard Oil tru t to cotn-jx’I th© trustee* to transfer to bim five of the trust Certificates which he boti2.lit iii th® open market, and to allow* bim to obtain such knowledge of tin? trust’s affairs as a shareholder is entitled to. was decide* I by Judge O’Brien In the supreme court yesterday. The court orders that th© share* !•© transferred to Mr. Kiev on the trust’s book*, and that he Is? paid tin* dividends thereon. To© court holds flint it cannot make any order in th * present action to compel iii© trust to give Mr. Rice the information sought, but tiler© is no doubt that as a shareholder he will IK* entitled to it, The defense was that Mr. ' o’j ct in acquiring th*' st*?ck w as to hams?, and iinpada th© trust, as he was doing bv various nits nt law. Judge O’Brien holds otherwise, and says til© .suits were apparently justified by diicrhnmatiom against Mr. Re**?. Kiimicis at Guttenberg. OUTTEN BURG Jan. 8.—Fir»t race yesterday, wiling, % mile: Crispin first. Bonnie Las® second, Flare third; tim**, irls’^. Second race. r v mil**: Dr. Jekyll tlrst, I*it-tl*’ Barefoot docuikI, I>>rd Beaciiuslh'hl third; time, LOM. Thin! ra**»?, (I’^ furlongs; Aii-tralitz flr^t, Folsom second, Miller* >11 third; time. 1:21'|'. Fourth race. the Assembly handicap, l‘H tnih’s; Frank War I first, SI©* sc co od, Philip I), third; tim©, 1:5'.)' j. Fifth race, ^ mile: <):iw*iril first, Bradford second, ll. first third; tim**, I;(»:». Sixth race. % mile: Nina W. ilrst. Equality second, Gendarme third; time, 1:111. Killed t?y Ilia Tenants. New YonK, Jan. 8 Isaac St Liljn.-kv, an aged Polisli Hebrew, was iRurdensl yesterday in tho yard of tho tenement 8 Fttiaubeth Street by Frank Boccoti and s*‘veral other Italian tenants of th*’ house, who knocked th© old man dow n an I ii” it him until ho was insensible. Ii** died while leni ' taken to a hospital. Schilausky was hiudlord of th© teiieiuvnt ami had accus* d B**cc*»h of damaging the property. A quarrel ensued, and Docent 1 knocked th© old man down. Th© other Italians then joined Jloceoh in ioatting an*l kicking Schilan<*ky. Tie jmii'1© have arrested BoocjIi awl thro© of bis com] mn ions. Gilks G ees »vifli the Le a un*-. Cl e\ Kl.AM), Jan. 8. —Bob Gilus, Cleve-land’* great all-round ball player, has signed a league contract for three ycirs. When a-k(»«l why he dill so. (blk* sH'd: “Because I ain *«ti-fie*I that ©very one of the brotlier-liood men who can do so Will return to the league inside of three months. J studied til© situation long mid cai iio-Hy, and my llnai oooclusion w as thut my w!-«*at courn® would Is* to stand by thejioople who made istsi-lm!! what it. js ’’ Gilks is th** fourth member of last season’s team to with D’© league. Miss Elizabeth Dr«*x«-I Marries. Philadelphia, Jan. tt. — Miss H i/ d»eth L Dr»*x*”l, ©Hest daughter o( th© lab* Frar<*ls A. Drexel, W es mam *1 yrater.lay to IV'alter O Smith, u lawyer of lins city. Archbishop Ryan performed th© ceremony a? St. I >« *. re -mirk’* church, Holmeeburg, ambled by a distinguished laxly *>f pi*dates. There were no bridesmaids. A binliant company of guests attended. Mrs. Smith is on© of th© wealthiest ladies in America, and is a sister of Mis* Kate Drexel, who nracntiy ©ntere*i a convect at I'fi'thburg. .( No Resp#©! f«>r th# Livr. NBW York, Jan. 8 —-Buaim**?-* in th© supreme court is mineijcd by the grip. Justle® Lawri uc© is laid up, ©mi Justice Smith, who cair.© from Elmira to belli tho coy judges out. s’lec.mnbcd I * * Un? iiineu after sitting on© day. Judge Ijarvemor© of th© common pleas ®ii<l Ckrk Miner of tho mo ,r or court ar.? alai) ill. A case iiad to b*» j?o-*f (tonol yesterday bi caus© four doctors c.d!.*d as witness*^ we © so crowibd with ndhietiza patients lh;U the court excused thorn. An ohio lte)>rc»<oDat>vc Dying. Coll-MHU*, O , Jan. 8.—lion. Frank W. Knapp, the r**pri •-•t.latnvo in th© h’giKlatur© from lA’haiic®, Pnuiiioig county, is living here at Le rooms lie is a leading lawyer of Northwestern (.Moo aud was elected over James K Coulter, the Republican nominee. He came her*? In good health, when he was ■sjiz. ti with tin* grip which turned into pneumonia. Mr. Knajq/s death will cut th© Democratic majority iii the house down to five aud to seven on joint ballot fit ill on lite Increase. New Y*>uk, Jan. 8^—-Dr. Edson savs; •Tiler© ar© at least *00,OOO p* rson« in this •ity suffering from the grip. I bai ho;sal the malady would b© on Ila-ihx rcas© att4*r its six weeks’ ravage*, but tim figures to-day nave destroyed my hope*. It is unusual for i discase of this kind bi be epidemic for more than six weeks.” Surveyor Lynn having ventured out too axin is again fir *strated by influenza and compelled to absent Uuuseif from th© custom house. CONG II KSS RECONVENES. THE LAW MAKERS ASSEMBLE AFTER THE HOLIDAY RFCESS. Mr. Morgan Maliev #11 Atgument In Favor of Hi© Emigration of th# Southern Negro©* t*» Africa—Ii® Hays th© Bac© Ko©! lug Im Moro Hiller tu th*? Nm Iii Than In lh© South. W aam noton, Jan. 8—In th© ©emit© y©*-tcrdav afh»r th# introduction and referem*© of several bills and resolutions. Mr. Morgan of Alatmma spok# at great letigtu on tia? biti of Senator Hut!©!' to provide for ©niigration of colortsl |H**.pi« from the wont horn stntos He expressed Imnaeb in favor of voluntary ©ungratioti of th# col ©rod fienpl# from lh# South, having notched th© conclusion tiiat there was a natural incongruity and an irra-pressihj# eon dict U*t ween th# roc*** which nothing could cur# ex«*ept their final sejxir# tion. 'i'll© retrs’ii of th® negro race to Africa was tho final and only solution of Iii© probe Ic in. It was undeniable that til© aversion lietween th© race© Iud greatly Increased Bilic® th© abolition of slavery, aud it would hi-erenm mo long as a large proportk>u of th© pifiulntion was of African rn co. This feeling was not so int*?n** in th© South as iii th** North. It was not no strong between th© negro and his former masters as it was lx*tw*a?ii th© negro and those who had never own©! siavca. II© maintaitK?d tiiat Africa wan th® natural home of th© negro, and quoting th© description of th© Congo Ivisiu from Henry M. Stanley, concluded that that would la* th© beat location for til© American negroes, BS by their effort# civilization would lx» mort? rapidly promoted in Afi n a than throu tit any efi ^.j* of th© whit****. Mr. Morgan maintained that Central Africa H©#tiied destined for th© future conquest* of civilisation, and compliment**! tho effort© of th® bing of Belgium in that direction. Mr. Morgan concluded his s|x*wh at 32k) p. iii. Tho s**tiac# Di©n ?v©nt into secret ►*•*-•Ion and at 21?) a«lj*>urii(*d. H* I HHK PH* s ’KKPI NGS. The feature in til© house proceeding© was th© debut© on Mr. MiCotMb' motion to take up an appropriation bill under th© rule* of th© I )tu house. Th© motion prevaihsl. A rem Jut ion was adopted providing for th© up|Muntm©(it of two additional members of tin? committee on commerce. I’he s}K*ak<*r statal tiiat rn accordance with untliorfiy veiled in him Monday, Ii** had administered the oath of oltlc© to Samuel J. Randall. Several bills and rewilution* w* r© !ntr*v diiced and referred, when Mr. McComan moved that th© house go into commfiie** of th© whole on th© District of Columbia appropriation bill th*? ©omnhltoe to proceed-under th© roles of the last house. Mr. Breckenridge of Kentucky raised the question of con* alar® ti on, which the s;s*aker decided was out of order, t»ccauM? the Eceolu lion was iii the nature of a motion regulating the business of til© bouse. Mr. Breckenridge ap|»©al©d from th?* decision amt yielded bi Mr. Carlisle, who (attacked the speaker’# ruling. He severely criticised th© house for its failure to ail?>pt rules. Mr. Crisp of Georgia supported Mr. Carlisle's argument iu a long s|xs?ch. Mr. McKinley of < ibm said th® committee on rul**H would r©{)ort a coi© of rules within a reasonable tim©, and th# only question wan whetlier, while awaiting tiiat report, {albite biL-dueMi w as to Is* suspeialed. Tlte decision of th© s|i©nk©r was finn fly sustained—IIT* to 12-1. Adjourned. Fancy Baskets And FINE WILLOW WARE. Our Stock iii titin uftuful • line is very complete, nn<l affords .•ill ii cl lance to got juat wiiai I lie v need iii Hasketti 4^0.    *    I Some Pretty Things An* here in lllf V djf Fancy Face Veiling. Ykhy' Cnoiif PiaTi;ics(». Urn Tho Hilton Gales Don't let lip even after the holiday* because we’ve every desirable style ffiid color,/finality and width. Now that Christinas is over, we're making some    . Great Sacrifices IN I’It I (J KS. HOSIERY Is one of the iiiijiortjint stocks of which we’re always hcad-(jilarterB for, and you’re always sure to be suited. * IST’See tile Centre Marfde Top Stands. ERIE STORE. Negro©# AcmimmI of !Mnrd©r. Com;MUIx, S. C., Jan. tl-^Tli# murder of J. S. Brown, a whit© planter, near Midway, Barnwell county, on Ix?c. ID, wok alleged b» have tx**‘ii one prune cause of tho rcomt butchery of eight n©gr<**H confiiHnl iii th*? Barnwell jail. Yesterday four iiegr****, charged with licing implicated in tho murder of Brown, Strwait, the actual murderer j making his ©scape, were brought bcf)®'© th© supremo court her© uudur halx-oa corpus proceeding* for edmissdoa to bail. Gill Walker arid ('hol ies Jonas warn admitted b» bail. Ixjui* River and Hez**kiah AL I, two other men deeply implicated, were r©<piir®d bi furnish $1 OOO Ixiil. Th© negr*)©® wet© escorted back b? Barnwell last night. THE FIRST STATE DINNER or Shot a Man Instead of a Dog. Bitt Mig KTN, Jan. 8.—Lieut, William Spicer and Relied Benson, the 15-yeur-old son of Lieut. Benson, left th© navy yard last even ing arm* d with musket* to shoot some dogs that prowl nightly around th® barrack*. Just nu young Benson aimed at a dog Lieut Spicer h©(-<Bassly steppM in ran^v, nu I na Benson fir*?*! th© ImII mitered Spicer'* breast. the New Admlnlstrat Ion— lleantlfal Decorations! I.arg© Al tendance. Wash I NOTO if, Jan. 8.—Th© first stat® d lunar of the present administration was given at th*? executive munition lout night. TU® dinner wan given in honor of th# vice president and th© memlierB of th# cabinet. Th© floral decorations in the dining room war® Kuj«*rb. Fatted plants and flowers of every description adorned th© window sill* and mantel pieces. Conspicuous among th© floral decorations was a la^ge floral shield containing forty-two stars, representing lh© present number of stat©© in the Union. Til® full Marin® band, under the direction of Frofee-s?>i .S(*u»a, wo# in ntiendtnce, and at times furnished delightful inusie for the guest*. Covers were laid for thirty-®!*, end Iteside* th© pre-<id«rit and Mrs. Harrison there War® present: Th© vie® president and Mr*. Morton, til© ***cretnry of stat©; th© MM-ratery of th® Tile wounded man was taken to th© naval ! treasury and Mrs. Window, the secretary of hospital where th© twill was extracted. wound is not considered serious. Th© D©nth of a Wealthy Fishkill Man. N: w m/no, Jan. 8—William H. It >g»»rs, nn immensely wealthy and prominent business man of Fishkill Landing, riled at bis horn® ou Spy Hill yesterday, aged (ii) y©ars. Mr. Rogers was vie® president of th© Me- | Mrs ebonies’ Savings B ink of Fishkill, president of iii© Fishkill Shoo cxunpany, member of th© 1 boardof education nisi trustee of lh*? village IL* leave# (iv® chi.dreii, thro© son** and two ■ d *ugoU»rs. vat; th® attorney general arid Mr®. Miller; the {xistinaxU r general and Mn*. Wanarnalmr; th® secretary of th)* navy and Mr# Tracy} tho •recj’etary of the interior and Mrs. Noble; th© secretary of agriculture and Mrs. Rusk; th© sfleaker of th© hou?*® and Mrs. Reed; Gen. (Schofield, Senator and Mrs. Hherman, Senator axal Mrs. Cockerell, Senator aud Hale, Hon. J. (i. Carli*!® ami Mrs. Cur lisle, Hod. Cornein *• N, Bli^s and Mr*. Bliss, Mr. Runnells, Mrs. lx>g«u, Mrs. Chandler, Mrs. Henry O. Davies, Mrs. McKee. NO HELP FOR THEM. Attempt at Train Wrecking. Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 8.—An uttompt was uia-lc to wreck a freight train on the I iou Mountain road in the Deep Mock cut, on© mil® south of here Th© engineer sh v a negro throw a very large ox chain across the rails. Th© engine was Ixuliy damaged. No one was injured. Th© negro is tu;qiot>ed to be a discharged employ®. T!ir Senor Xaga.Ma Ki'ki-n*. Madrid, Jan. 8.—Til© Protectionists and Lilierah fiersist in their dcmau I for a revision of th© tariff, anil Senor Sa gas ta has sonsequently placed his resignation in th© hands of the queen regent, who will at one® consult with the leading statesmen. It is probable that a provisional cabinet will be formed to secure the pas Age of th© budget. Killed by an Kteetrlc (Tire. St. Louis, Jan. As a street car on Fourth street wa* bowling along at a rapid rat© of sp©*), th© two burses ran against a [ broken el© trie light w.n* which hung like a j loop across the str©*< T he shock killed both j horses instantly aud stunned th® driver. Kill.-ti Hi* Mist re**. New Orleans, Jan. 8. — A VicksUirg special says that James F. Belk*, a young planter living on B Iks’ Island, shot and killed his mistress, a young colored girl, with whom he hod quarreled while intoxicated, and also killed her mother for Interfering to protect the girl. Belles then crossed th)* river m a skiff and escaped. Th© Printer* Won’t Strike* Philadelphia, Jan. 8 —Typographical Union No. 2 met yesterday, and after considering th© quirted of th© detmuSd Pfr 45 cunt# a ►lixxl of 40 centa per I,(KW ems, resolved not to strike to enforce tbn'deifla lid. The ©ff*?ct of th© decision will be to indefinitely postpone the whole matter. ! Terrible 8nflcr|wgi* from IM {fist ti* ria. Moroantowh, Wi Va., Jan K*-'lh© physichms -©ut by tlio «rounty into the mountain district along the Cheat river, in which dtj»btiv?r*'t was r**p..rt«d to be epidemic tell horrible htorie* of suffering. A tcnifwrsry hoqntni boa l***©n cr#*jte<l. Thirty deaths have occurred in two weeks. A \Va*l'ington Corr«np*>tt*l©nt De©*!- Warrington, Jan. 8.—George Martin. Yf’asldngtou correspondent of the Pittsburg Times, arid of other western journals, died suddenly at his hoin® Inst night of paruiyxM. Mr. Morttu leaves a widow aud an infant daughter, f’iiiix*iitttwn©y Miner* Mu«t Tab® Their F.vlcilon* Plilli>»optiloallya Pittsijubg, Jan. H — A sfarcutl to Th® Time® from Punxsutawney says: The petition of the employes of tho Buffalo, R(jx*h©Ht©r and Pittsburg Coal compony at Walston and Adrian, a-kmg for a ruin to show caus© why til® •victim)* should not bo stayed, wa# refused by Judge Wilson at Brookville. “Wh**n a iniu©r sign* on© of those lease#,” said th© judge, ex jtaileio, “b® practically vcriffra th® language of th© good old hymn: ‘Here, Ijord, I (live Myself Away; ’Tis All that I Can Du.’ ** If the evictions do not take pine® it will not I)© because th© law doe® not warrant them. Til© general op ms km Is shat they will not 1>© delayed much longer and will very likely begin to-day. Holwrt Watchorn of th® national ®x®cntiv® 1k«*rd, Knights of I#ibor, asked for an inrtor-vi* iv with .Superintendent Haskell, flaskeil r'plW that he would meet biol sooiaily and talk to hun ms an individual, but not as th® representative of any organization. Th® miners beld a mao* mo®tu»g last night aud dkicussed the situation.  f- Killed HI# Brother. San Era (texaco, Jan. 8.—At Tehama, Cal., (luring a family quarrel, A. J. Clark, Jr., shot aud killed his brother Johnston Clark, who had raised a chair to strike him, Th® coroner’* jury df?rid©d it a case of justiflabl® homicide, and Clark wa* released. H® is a si.ii of th© late Judge Clark. The only witness to th© tragedy was a female relation. ?Mitir|»y Work Restricted. PirrsBi rd, Jan. 8.—Under a recent order from Mr. Vanderbilt no freight train* except tb< %* transporting perishable freight ar* now b©i g run on the Pittsburg and I#Ak* Brl® railroad on Sunday. This reform wa® inaugural©'I last Kundav. . ii • i . .o i • * * • o Holiday Goods COST at roe St ;