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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York BVOL. XIX.representative USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. uw Hil IMO M ACHIME for rn 11 BIT \ *    , in of blanks m Hie UU't audition to \j‘, I.MUM III Department »d IMH,kirk Printing ( ouipun i k \%NUF.R*H < oal ami V i.hI a v>'ii tit', opiMMit* Nickel I late A ;,n, H ^ of Hard ami Soft Cob!. J I ...Mr *1. ingle* ami Lath. t ret , Loriesi» .mteiioe for wtot—ale lot* H>|i»:lb^l*    ............ . trv M MANN, Practiral Fluust*?r. Ga** A »V,.i su-ttui Fitter. biaxial attention ^ „ ut sanitary Plumbing Kstimates given * ' |'    «•**»    I'Uinit,    Steam Heating    aud Z! AiTturaW * E. h.M HtrecL ,, (UFFORD, WI ami **5 Central Are ll Arti-iUc Photographer. iMUnUnenu. «* i *ri iolla "* HmI>UM a specialty. Hitlers ()1. V not wait f,r sunshine except to* bj»i»i»a         _ a .(MIR ItlNDK.KY-Jamm I KV I NU, Pr> ! I tot So. ic. K. Second struct. near Bul-f I-,,. I Dunkirk, N. V. MaKunnes, Mu-. I iiii|>liI*'la,etc.., la.u.nl in all style*. Order* p. 'uii'U) attended to. All work guaranteed. i .I IU lltlfB C HIM KKKV HOUSH, [J    .JOO    Central    Avenue. vs ,..w*W* and retail dealer in I — .torte*! and China, I Ha## ware. Ai*-_____ , ,»«%* ll. II CHHIN. £21 Central Ave. Uen- I# vrai lii-uraiu-e, Life, Accident ami I'1™-mf,,..- ii a veil UK i moire vour lie in the old rri'uhie “Travelers’." Heal fc'tate AgeuL 0»n» ii—otiatC'l on propurlv. "HAI TAI ||I?A HOTEL I .    Hate*, $1 iK-» day. I    and lhn»iding Stable in connection. \ tutor Uider, STC. ami 337 Lion struct. , .ITV MAIUIKH HHOr I .    Chaa.    Nagle.    Prop., I h r I ak*' Shore National Hank, cornel I filter au l lhud aUeeta. A flue aUn k of |nr*-iKn aud IhMUfiUr. I I Kara. , ,onki.in A SON, I    .'Cir center street, practical horse-shuere. Particular attention 1MV,i i,, interfering horses. _ Shoeing of road H VMI Af MSS Hors KS f ontinurti. I > T KOI,1*11, ct, Ii., phi "Irian and #ur IV* peon. Office, iii Central Avenue, ovei Lyon's drug ab.re. Office hours: V to lo a. . I lo 4 and 7 to O p. na.; Sundayr, h^io ut new a in. lt<-Mi<l«m e, < un ira: Avenue. Te.ephom •jail, Mo. «. Cal'i may k left at Lyon* lrui store, niKht or day, and vs,ll Ik? prompt!v de livered and attended to. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT II von want a profe»*.ioual ga ok* tier ami ll-trial for priming your tw*, makiHK nu-* garden# and park', IL.hand, I rend* or Fugl|#|i model, M i lle or .-all for \ anderineuieu Boor., lr. I unary Stre t, aud mn* w hat limy can do QI A I. Kb MKS . WanU-d at once. Local ut • I Ii,..    I,,-    Hik Hay. Mcii'h \\ ,.i k. 'Oak Warranted Quick Selfing #|»ecialtie*. outfit Free. Ex|>ericiic« I'nnerKraaaiT. Jah.K.Wiiit* RKT, N limy man, ltuehc#a*r, N. V . OI OI 111A KT A GO.. I ’alen t A Hornet a, HI.% Til. t HL, AY arlington, D < ."Pl' • s l atent Office. Patent#, ( av ca ta ami ne !##»«** '♦•cure. I Trade Mark* regiMtered All Patent I.iihiim -a oondiic’ed for ui.Mlerate F*#*#. Information Advice, aud #|H*oal reference* relit on requc.-t. Jj|*| iSALAUY. IPI EXPENSES IN A D-V' I- * V ANI K, ii dowel each month. Meadv .mu ploy incut at home or traveling. No iMilicit* HIK IlulieadclivcriiiKund inakuiK collections. No I’ortal lards Addn-'- vs itll 'tamp. HAK Lit A CO , Pi«|na, I Hilo. Im irh to employ a f< vs lad lea on 'alary to Lake charK** of my huaiue'a at their homer I.iKhl. very fam-n.ating and healttiful. Wuk.* Ill* per week. Keference driven, i.ood pay for parttime. Addr.aavsith at nip. MKH. Maupin \V ALK KH, Lolll'Oiie L). lur Kent or Nile Holme corner Sc mn I and Hove rtre«-ts. Newly ti t Up I up and iii fine condition VS ill Hell on cany terma. Kn.|inre at the olflcc of Martin Heater Co ThevWbrmon Elders’ Book ■ on (t Jftal Htremrth, ni.4i.fi Ctrm to m.iru I men, aye. <>| V. ii. Croouh.IMS uraud SC. how Xork , trotting horn— a apeeialty. I NKI HH EVENING UHN ERV EK. Largest Malty in the County. An on.-'inailed advertising medium. VI SHUCK ENI1I NKE KINO (50MPAHV. Formerly Ne I lew A PoptNe. Manufac.turera of Engine*, Holler*, Pulley*, liaftniK Hanger*. etc» Pattern*. Forgings, a.tiiiK*, aud Machine Work pi order. V I N Kl HK SII I HT CO., MI, ioft and ) t chut atiaa-t, Manufacturer* of the l loin well" and "Munkuk” perfect - lilting ire*# shirt*, im *ale in all leadiiiK furnisluug, ..tiling aud dry gva*l» house* in Munku k. V F. TOOM EV, I P.    414 aud IM Lion utreet. healer in Flour, I etal, - all. Haled Ilay, l’hoe- hatea, etc. Kstahliahed, I ST«. v hik hotel and Oinlng Saloon, I’mon Mc pot. Ka*y acce** P* all train* and l.u*-icas house*. Heat acooiumtalaPon* for Cornier, tai travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. I ' KLEHN A CO., ti    VI    and    iW K Tbinl stroeC line Furniture, Cabinet M are and I p-ttoistrriug. Picture Frame# u-ade pi tinier. F.1 Ay »». MATTESON A CO.. Sol Central Ava., Leader# of Fashion and ttentlemen-^Outfltlcr*- ll AKKI.I. STEAM HEATING CO, Manufacturer*of SU-am Heating Apparatus. Saiutarv iMuuihing a Specialty. ii OME STEAM I. AC NOH V. I Our #p«-cialtic*:    Fine Shirts, loc; Collar*. U ; t ii Us, 4c, ami Lace Curiam*. Free Meliv-ery. A W. Cumming#,‘>*7 Center atreet. IL It. OEH VI, E. Thin! st., our. of Huflalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Hoot* A Shoo*. Henry wkilkr’r new stoke, iqs k. Thint *C Hooks, NtAlionery, Mu*ic»t instr aments, M* ira/. i ne#, Mal Iv aud VV' eeklv Paper*, and every thing pertaining to a first class book •tore. sc boo. itook* a *iiecialty. I Ult l’lilNTING of every dcncnpti.Hi ami at • I lowest living rate* by Munku k Printing Company, s ami IO E. Second St. I H. VAN HI’KEN JI N4IN, Firu I.ife, ti Accident and General Itisurac—. Meal- Particular cr* in Ileal Estate and Loans. atle lag ti*' HOE’S PH ARMACY, .'MV' Central Avenue lh adquartem for Wall l’a|*er Paint#, Oil*, Ac- audition paid p. Hie care of property collect rent* ac. -IU Center ah, iud fl.ior. M I yKHKINN, J. VV.. •.sly CenP»r *tr«'et. Manufacturer aud dealer in Marne*# Saddle*, Br.dlc*, I <dtars, Trunk#,VV hip#, Huffaio Koltes, ll. i *c Co vers. (Urn cs, Mitten* aud Sleigh Kobe* Mi l .MUINO. T. VV. Murray, I    3.-17 Lion *treeC A apeeialty made of sanitary Plumbing, Pam aud Mas Fitting. Workmanship guar-a teed. 1> Si HOLTEN, I ,    17 Ka#t Th ml #tr*N*t, fashionable Tailor, Gentlemen will Ami it P» their adv antMge P* cation me ttefore purchaaing elsewhere. MEHLIN & SONS THE HAXD80MRXT I'TIU HIT PI A .VO M WI'EM TE II EU Heightft IV, in; Widths ft.I in; hep* Ii ift.4 in Knit UK I ntkiiiouI ’«»nstui < ti«»n KXAt’TLY LlKK TilK Ii KANU Piano, and on i*uk< hk- LY TUE SAME PKIN-CI PLK. vt AI K TS octave*. Patent grand plate amt grand overstrung scab*; grand agraffe*; three (miaou*; patent cml wood string bridge; patent Bessemer sUt-l action fr. inc; patent touch regulator; full iron frame, extending over Ute tuningpin block, and rigidly ladled around it* mitre run to the araslcn l.ack and sounding latard of the instrument. CANE. Tin* handsomest and lined <■ tb"i iii-caw vet made, and lit for a palm *\ I xijuisiP— ly decorate.1 upper and lower fr nit panels and cylinder, with elegant lwi*-rclicf work, and aimilar panel* inlaid with 1m*m ii 11 fill moulding* on the side* and arm*; caw double veneered; elegant carved pilasters and most Ix-aut fid artistic trusae*: tim entire ease ami embellishments being aceonling lo oneeompleP- design in Italian Uenaiwanee style and evecnted in the highest degree of art; with patent grand fall-bnard; patent cylinder Pip and tone r *-fleeter; patent Anger guard ami |>edal guanl; handsome extension music desk; two ntckel-plate I coutinuou* hinges; ivory key#. STY EEN OI YYCMHk : K.IniIiI/ihI or Ro».'VflHNl tilll'll. Fancy Figured Walnut, I juicy San Moiuiogo Vlotiogany, amt < ther fancv w.asl#FROM WASIIIXGTOX. FURTHER HEARINGS BY THE WAYS ^ NO MEANS COMMITTEE. Representative# of the Lithographing, Fritting, and featlier Industrie* I’rw-►ent Arguiu«-nt« — A rt angemeiit* Completed for .lodge Kelley** I uncial. It,-'elution' of Heap,ct. \Vashinoton, Jan. ll.—“Run.lriea” wa* the cornpw hciiaive ncbeiuk) discussed at the tariff hearing Imfor** the way* Mild means committee yesterday; L. Etthuger of New Y’ork, representing the Lithograph* r#’ *-*<*'i«ti<>n, advi#*ate.l ho iner.-as,- of th.- duties on lithographs from 25 l#»r eept. ad valorem, a* at prest-iit, io&.‘;# centr |*-r |#*uiel. Hobert lioimid.'on of New Yolk submitted u #!at ment of the c«et of production of litehgraph- in foreign countries us o.mpareil with the l intel Stat.w. According to this statenx-nt the coat of 1,000 impressions iu Great Hi itaiti is (I IS; S«vutherri Germany aud Sw nxt rland. 'N I crmte; iii Berlin, ll ES; in I’.-iri*. tl.42; while th** cost of like work in the I tilted SUt.-s I* f'.’ tt.l. Edward N. Hnt<-h, reprice: it lug the National Lithographer*' BsvK-iation, nske I for a *j.eelfie duty on im|K«rtatiouii of lithographic work. Maurice Kaufman of New- York, an im-rv.rter, said t ii at if the duty on lithographic I oi k were incre&*«*d the ini|»orter* would la* prow.led out. The duty oil all printed matter, he lh .light, should la* reduced to lo |>er <*elit. t’l:«rl.*N Kaufman of New York, another importer, opposed the tnif*avilion of u #pecilic duty. Il.il|di Trautinan of New Yoi'k. a Irho-grnph c ni lnufacturer, |M.-a.i«1 for the un-I#nut.oil of u apeciflo duty of IO per eeut. oil lithograph*. ii. VV. ('ouiI**, representing the mill owner* of New York, appeared in behalf of the maniit.ic ii’ers of sawed foreign hard wood. A duty of 4 per <•« id ad valorem, he Mid, wa* ue-edrd for pr*.teethai. t'.**ja*r FecliU-ler of New York opp. -etI un increase of duty on transfer picture' ordncal- 00111*11 ie* He sui I th.-y were not in ♦ !»* to any extent in th is country and were educational in their influence. William H. Ostgirunof New V'ork.a manufacturer of tis*ue ami other thin pH|**r#, a-ked for th* mi]#.aition of a duty of S cent# f**r [Mjuntl and 15 j#*r cent. ad valorem on thin pn|«cr. J. S. Moore of New Yolk, npoke on the duty on w.#>l and woolen g.aais, (iud oil the raw material. Ile asked Hie Committee for free taw material*, for without this our nimiifaetur. rs, he said, could not flourish. J. It. I jccs.»u <if the Home Market club of itoston, s|H>ke in favor of a gcueral prote*--tive tartir on all im|g>rts. He ren<l a memoranda of Nome point* of difference he tween the liotisa admiinatrative bill and a bill prof .ared by th.* Home Market club. Their bill propose* to impose a duty ujkiii every kind of covering, with the exception of the outer covering us'sl to protect good* during transiiortation. It extends the time for wt'ich Mnpottel ruerciuuvili-e may r«v uinin in bondci warehouse without j«yment of ad titional duty from one to throe year*. II also |•erinit* tho pre-er.ce of the ini|**rter and hi* counsel during r«» appraisement hearings, and increases the time allowed importer# for making application for re-appratsc-incut from twenty-tours to ten days. I -wiry Van Gibier of New York and G. L. Lo*, of Boston, repres#»ntii»g the loather industry, complained greatly of the undervalu at ion of imported leather. Eli win H. Barrett of B-*ton, also engago>l In the leather busine*.', addressed the coni mitten in favor of greater protection on account of undervaluation of the un(iort*aud the »-he*t>n<*Ks of la lair abroad. I-avid Clarkson of New York wanted the ti riff on nm! Lh* increased, so that Italy could . oi tm I. 'p. 'i/.t* the marble sawing busily-ss. Hamm*] It. Kerr of Philadelphia and Frank K«*er of l idiimore, urged a uiaintainence of the pr.-s.-nt duty on s.ilt, Tho contimttee then adjourmsi until to-day. 1> It. I AHY A t o., Xi$ I,ion #treet General liar.!warn.White Lea l.oil# Painter*# Nu pol ie*. Mil I loth#, tw -atote Ware. A apecial-lv;..f Slier wit. Williams Ka. ut and Monroe range. I) I MMI, 'urlt a# blank I took*, le.lger#, and Ak.ah kind#of blanks done at Dunkirk I’nnting Company, 8 and IO K. Second st  » RI IHll.I'H MOLDEN HAU KH, Cor. Third and Huflalo Sta., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me before buying your auh*-walk. I Y ISLEY A CO., IV    7    and V Hast Front street. Whisky. Wtnee, Brandle*. General Liquor Store for Family Cee. ROHE KT M K AT, Lion #tre»*t, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and I.iverv SUble. Stabling by tim day or week cm reasonable tor ma- Muaiciana, and lovers of tine Piano music araet^cially invited to call and examine and try Inc tone and adion cif tin# the only genuine U prigtil t« rand FiaiioeverexbibiUd iii till# cl ti.Reid’s Music House 134 Central Avenue. DUNKIRK. N.Y. FORM ATKIN OI I* \ KTN FRSH 11’. Notice i# hereto given that I have taken my *on. Kudo)ph K<K*h. into partnership with me in Inn furniture hu*n»e#s, aiel that the bu'in etui will hereat!.r la* conduced under the firm naiudof boul# h'H-h A Son. Lot'I a k> oh, MR. KELLEY’S FUNERAL. 1> EID, J. W.. V    1*4    Canter Btreet. Dealer in Muai.-al Instrument# and Sewing Machines. We make a *pecialty of flrat el aa# makes of Plano# and Farrand A Votey Organa. O AM .1. GIFFORD, SOI Central Ave. (Up ‘ Rial rah tieneral Insurance and Real Estate Agent. Fire, Life, Am-’ident, and Live Stack Insurance. Prompt attention given to buying and selling Real belate. 'I' C. JONEN. I ,    73 E. Third at., cor. Deer. F.xeelaior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat*, Lard, iausage#, Oysters and Poultry. ^yAIYHKS, JE WELK Y, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. _ Repairing a sin*, la I tv. Frank F. Stopf. nj E Third at W* mockfr, Merchant Tailor, Sib Central AvenueDrunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured lf ADMINISTERING DR. MAINES’ HOLDEN SPECIFIC. It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea. or in ar holes of food, without the knowledge of the Judson taking it; it la absolutely harm less and vt,ll effect a permanent ami speedy cure, whether tike patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAILS, " e GUARANTEE a complete core In every instance, es page bow# PREE, Address In con ti den -c, COLD th SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Race St.. Cincinnati. CF C. 0. PENFOLD,MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. SIU M YIN ST., Bt I FALO, N. T. DKA!.KB INmm, nam aa mw, Clocks, silverware, leather (n##b, Etc. Tile Arrangements Completed — Hesolu-ti.HiM bv Hi* Colleagues. Washington, Jan. ll.—The arrangement* for the (tim r:*l of th « late Judge Kelley were perfected last night. The committee of arrangement*, the Penn- I Sylvania delegation, the senate committee, mid # ich members of the Kelley family ms : toe in the city, will AHvmhie at the Riggs house at ll o’clock to-day and proceed thence 1 to the capitol with the body, which will be conveyed lo the H > »r of the house. After the boii'-- ha* t>eeti called loonier ttie funeral S'Tvicw w ill lejcin. Rev. Dr. f’uthl**rt, the acting chapin!n of the bouse, will conduct the service-*, f»'#iste.t bv !i»*v. Dr. Butler, the ; senate chap!..in. The servic**s will la* situ- I pie, and at their conclusion t».« l##iy will Im convened to the Baltimore and I Nitwit mc do-|wtt, w I ie tv the first train for I’hiiudclphia will lie taken by the e< in rut Hee mid the Pennsylvania delegation. This will leave pro!rnbIv ai 2:1(1. Vice Piv-ddeu* Morton ba- appointe! Senator'Sherman, t’amerwn, Manderson. Hillier and L'ol.piitt a cor.ni.itv? to iij iccut tin* I atMH’e ai Hie funeral. The members cf t!ie Pcnn'vlvat ia ddegn-ti"n in th-* boils,* met mini .timely after the a 1 jo'srnmcn’ to take action on the death of judge JC# icy. Mr. t FNciiI presided and Mr R. illy acted as se rotary. Mr. O’Neill explainol the object of Hie meeting, and Mr. Dalzell tlieu off»*n*<l the follow ing resolution with boom* a} propriate remarks; Resolved, Tint th# st.it** of P nnsylvania baa by the death of our dint.a -iii'hed colleague. It>>n William I* Re,lev, m iv pres n tat ce in ,*-e full sense of ttjrtt term; an actual service of over ; twenty r im* \*-i.rs. unbroken in continuity, with , unrvmnt-iig faiU*fuln»s# of every duty, bas made th * name of «>ur dtv<*a.#e(t colleague known iron* I one end of the lam! t<» tin* otli-r. and vr fe**l thu the citizen# "f the United Siatci are Borrowing with us u)*on tin# Siid ooo*vi>>u Hea>*i\ed. Teat in t-*Ktuiioiiy of our eateem t* the memo v the ralh>-r of the Ibmeethe mein ber# of the Pecri'y vnnia delegation attend the funeral ser> i.-e# m a I#* Iv. Rt*'oivsad, Thai a copy of these resolution* t»* transmitted to the family of our deceased c.d-league. Mr. Reilly seconded the renolittinns, and on motion of Mr. Osborne the delegation re staved to attend the funeral as a bo»!y. They Won’t lie Syndicated. Nr w bt Run. N. \’., Jan. IL—Mr. Higgeu-arui of the Newburgh plaster wo* ks wa# shown a sfiecial to a New Y'ork pap*r saying a syndicate of Minneapolis caiutaii''s is ae curing options ou all tho plaster works quarries. mill# and properties in the country with the view of purchasing and conducting the plaster business tit tile I’lilted States as a tingle industry. Mr. Higgenaou said: “It is Tery ancient new* that such a combination wa* a’tem | (ted, but it is rot true that th" N' -burgh plaster works will ever ;*ass lute the hand* of the syndical*." Bill to Form One oh the Ground# of the Hattie of Chickamauga. W ARRINGTON. Jan. ll. — A bill ha* been prepared by Gen. Grosvenor, establishing the Chattanooga and Chickamauga National Military j-ark It has the sup;*»rt of the leading in. ml-ers of the societies of th** Army of the Cumlcerland, the Army of the Tonne-s«*»- and the Army of the Potomac, and all the leading ex Confederate officers engagt*! in the battles indicated. It provides that jurisdiction tieing ceded to the United States by the state* of Tennessee und Georgia, that the public road along the crest of M ucnouary ltidge, from the north end at Sherman’s Heiglits to Roesvtlle, the road from Ko-sville bt McFarland'* Gap, mid the roa I f i oi 11 Ko** villa by way of I.e** and Gor Ion'* .Mill# to Crawflsli Sf.rmga, shall become approach.-# t<> R1.1 p.*:rt» of thu said National park. The psrk f# >p -r, to which title is to lie ob tallied by th* I'nitAi State* by condemnation and purchase a’lei the ceding of juris diction by the state of (#e*.rgia, embrace# the bnttle-tield of Chicsaiuauga, aud is to tie bounde I by a line starting on the Lafayette road ju*t north of toe < 'loud ho.;**-, tueji w c't to Mc Fat land's <4ap, tlience al Mig the Dry Valley road to i h*‘road from Crawfish Spring* to l^ee and Gordon's mills, thence to those mills, thence down tue Cbickainaugw river t<« lived'' bridge, and them** to the place of beginning, covering about 7,ikl0acres The affa.I-* of the park are to be manag.nl und.-r t!.e *c,*relary of war by three ootn-iniM*iotM*rw. one to lie an army officer. It is made toe duty of the*u commi.'sioners under the *> ■T.-t’.ry of war to ascertain and . -J.'tanfmlly mark all battle lines. ! he Chickamauga Memorial a**ociation, sn ti icor j« >r» turn under the law* >f Georgia, aid Hie authorities of any of the state* which had troofi# in the battle of Chickamauga or Chattanooga are given the right to Kv-erte.ii aud mark the line* ut their , troo|»* .-.uh joe I to t he approval of the #e<*re j tary of war, who shall have the right to decide disputed [**irita. Present owner* of the proi<crty on the field within the j)ro|Mt#ed Inuit# of the park ere to 1 I#* allowed to remain if they sodssareou their land* atter purch ** by the government up in term# which mn'-uni to little more than an agreement on til* lr [.art lo j*r« serve the building* which wvr** standing at tile time of the lint tie, and the prevent outlines of fields | nod for.-*!*, and to help to care for and pre- 1 s. rve tho mark* whu-h may tie placed on the , field. An tiptop) anon of pJ.'iO.UDO ta pro- \ vidisl for carrying ta** act into effect. The bill ha* iieen un i* r consideration by a large ' number of soldier* of l#*tb armies for over a year. *   ______ I ti.* Sh.M'lllltkrls’ I OC kiter. ll vvr I.jim.I., M ise., Jail. ll.—Since the manufacturers' lockout manifesto was i**ued ' a .1 »» ii now names have teen added to the h t , and it i' [uoballie tli.-it t»y tonight nearly all *h #* firm.' iii town w ill come into the agreement. A letter has iteen st*nt L> different point# throughout New England by the official* of the union here warning shoemaker* to k.**}> away from tbi* city until the trouble* arc s. ttied. A lalxir ma** meeting will la* held at the city hall here Mon. lay evening to consider the situation. Addresses will la? made by shiv speakers. Social Shoe- j makers’ Union held a meeting last evening, but no definite action wras taken and no ; effort w iv* ma-ie so far as known to effect a Compromise with the manufacturers. There is a feeling of unrest among all classes, and it is not easy to predict the end of the trouble. Dl*rii"ing tile World'* Fair Site. U ashimitok, Jan. ll.—The foreign affair* committee of Hie house ha* l**en at work on th** world’s fair bill introduced by Mr. Adams, and at a well attended meeting the bill wan dj*cu»*ed at some length. Th* discussion related pr!ti.*i|«11y to the I .est niauner of removing til# difficulty that would arist* in the house on the manner of voting for the selection of the city in which the expt si'ion should l*e held. It was suggested that the plan of dropping ’off the city having the lowest number of votes at the end of each Isillot w-otiid lie an easy solution of the problem. This caused a spiritel discu'-sion, but the co!iimi?U*» adjourned without coming to a conclusion. A Drown Alumni Dinner. New Yop.k, jail. ll.—The alumni of Brown university gave a dinner lust night in honor of President Andrews of that institution. Among those present were l*re-.ident Dolby of the Wisconsin Central railroad; George William Curtis, Professor B. T. Wheeler of Cornell; Governor I/tdd of Blind* I'land, and J. D. RcK'kefeller. President Y nd row* an.! or her* delivered addr erne*. It was announced during the evening that $.{0,000 ha* already been pledged to a $100,-Onu fund for the university, to I*' called the Professor Lincoln fund in honor of Professor Lino .Iii, w ho Ii;i* busu a member of the faculty fifty years. SUSPICION THAT HIS DEATH IS BEING CONCEALED. It I# Itvlieveit tile A ut hor it Ie# Ar# Withholding the Tact* I util the Aucce#*lon I# Ai rangi-,1— I xcitemeii* 4'au'ed l»> th# New West En* I Srundal — lncr.-a#e ut the Iittluei.rw. IgiffDON, Jan ll.—In spite of tbecircum--tantially detailed di*pat<'b«*s describing the cond it km of the King of Sj>ain which are being almost hourly sent out from Madrid, the lad mf is very strong in Lindon that th# royal infant is dead. It is a well-known fact that the censorship exercised over press dis-I.atelic* by tile authorities at Madrid in time of extraordinary political excitement iv even more rigid than Hist employed at St Petersburg. and it would he a difficult matter in deed for any correspondent to evade it with information that the government desired to have suppress'd. It is surnbevd that th# question of the regency is the main consider-' atmo impelling tlie* suoprosnion of the truth, and tills being nettled it is as-ii tiled that thu new* of the little king** death will lie an n«»unoed as having just occurred. Iii* Hie opinion of thu Spanish embassy here that the death of the !• g will cause no change in the regency, tjueou Christine act tug in behalf of her el. lei* daughter a* hitherto iii thu interest of her son. TUE NBW Si’ANDAL CASK The indignation which til# indecent haste of certain government officials to shield th# aristocratic [•nrlieipatit* in the Cleveland •crest Acaudal aroused, has caused these |>er •on* to thluk twn*« al*.ut interfering to protect those connected with the newly di*<*ov-ertsi Wes»t End infamy, the shocking details of which bn'.# just been brought Pi light. Though.official anxiety for tbuakcapeof <»*r tam titled s oundrcls may he as strong as ever. there lias a' yet Gen manifested no dis-[-OMtiou on the [wi t ot Hit se iii authority to hamper the action of the Scotland Y'ard polks* fores who are diligent iv tracing tile culprits with good prospected running them down It is possible that the two me iii tiers of notile homes implicated in the In test scandal w!io quitted England a few day> ago ware warned by is'1'..ris wdio, had they |**rformed their duty, shoubl l.ave taken them iq to custody instead, but this suspicion is not as yet susceptible of confirmntion. The number of prominent society men implicated rn the villainy just laid tun e is said to Ie* so large tliat thu unnit callous of Scotland Yard’* criminal hunters were shock.*! by Hie revulntions disclosed by Hie bsf. INELt’KNXA IN THE PROVINCKS. The influenzaepaiutnicbn*iucrontwi alarmingly within thu la*t week, t*.'i««‘iaily in the [•rovincml towns. From a careful canvass of the drug *ho|*t it is learned that the daily sales of quinine have increased by 50,HOU ounce# within the past five days. A miller named Haumgurtun was sentenced to death tty the guillotine at Hurshhurg, Prussian Silesia, for assaulting a widow. A number of documents have been published relating to the social aud laud economic career of Prince Bismarck, which pla«*u til# prevent attitude upon quest iou# coining under those designation* quite at variance with his former act.* and utterances. Dr. Dellinger Ilea l. MrNP’H, Jan. ll.—Dr. Jotmnn Joseph Iguatx I bd Ii tiger, thu eminent German divine and leader of Hie “Old Catholic" inov# ment, died yesterday, iii the 01st year of his *K»    _ King Alfonso Still I.iving. Ma Ullin, Jan. ll.—Thu latest bulletin issued from the palace re;>orts King Alfonso as progressing very favorably and gives ie nu wed hope of his recovery. lim. Duane F.Hgihle. New Yoke. Jan. ll. —The general term of the supremo court has decided that Gen. J-itiies C Duane, a retired officer of the Cubed State-- army. is eligible to b.dd tile eflico of aq tie iud commissioner. Till* is thu outcome >>f prvM’eedinea in^tituTwl by Tammany »iM*!« to oust Gen Duane from the presidency o: the aqueduct commission, on the ground that tile law creating the commission provides thai no federal officer shall U* a un-mi. r of it. The court holds that the cen. r.11 d<* - not hold a federal office w ithin tis* meaning of the law. A I’uhlie Hwildiiig at Huffaio. Washington, Jhil II —Secretary Win-dom h im ap[.roved the instruction# to the commission f<>r the election of a site for a public buiId'rig at Buffaia. The commission is ilirectel to meet at Buffalo on Jan. IS P. select a lot of ground, a corner lot prefer red, tile cost of which is not to exceed $250,000, the appr* priation limit. If suital.lu property cannot I** obtAinad within the limit the (XHiiini'M >inmv are to select any site ti.ey ch.^* and report I he same to the detriment for a<*tiou.    _ Meeting of the s|oni<li 4 a hi net. Maoiud, Jan. ll.—A full meeting of the cabinet was held yesterday, presided over by Senor Saga*'*, to cons cur the situation. It was decided J lent the present incumbents of the ministerial body should retain their portfolios for the prevent, and it wa* further agieed that in the event of the death of tile king the crown should pass to Princess Mercedes, Queen Christine continuing as regent MURDER OR SUICIDE. A Woman Arrested at Elmira for Shooting Her Paramour. Elmira, N. Y., Jan. ll.—Chief of IMire Little w.i.' summoned to the house of Mrs. Mary El leu barger, at 52 East Church str.s*f, yesterday, w here it was reported that a man had shot himself. When the chief opened the front door it struck against the body of William Edward#, a well to-do farmer, residing in this county. He was lying on hi* face in a pool of bU*sl and a revolver was lying by his side. Mrs. Eiienburger wa* the only living inmate of the house. Site said that she and Edwards had quarreled over money matters, and he drew a revolver ami threatened to shoot her. In attempting to get the weaj*on from hun it was discharged and Hie ball entered Edwards' head. It was discovered that the (.all had !>een fired into thu back of Edwards’ neck and that the c«>at collar was burned by th# powder. Mrs. Ellunlierger wa* arrested for th© murder. The couple have main tamed intimate relation# for a number of years. Mis. Ellen berger is a widow. Edwards was married and had a family. Buttling AY Mil III# Creditors. Hochkstkr, N. Y., Jam ll.—For some time negotiations have Imen in progne* !#» tween Thomas Mot)leon and his creditors for the settlement of the md*** held against him by tile latter, to which, it is all. gad, he forged the indorsement*. Attorney Hull, who was retailed by Samuel M u!s«*n and Cornwall to defend the suit# brought a/am-t them on the note# which thev allege to to* forgeries has !#*en acting at their request a* attorney for Thomas Moulsou. Ile stated that as far as Moulson’a ttelitor* are I'orcerned, the ca#.' was sutll.'l Ttiur»iay by the pmvnient of all note# alk'gi'd to have boun forget by MouImom. Another gentieman wlio Hjls bo n connected with the case stat.-d that the amount paid in settlement wa* about $14,0u0. EXG RA VIMS, (I OLD <f SIL IKR PLA TISO A COMPLETE MXF. OFHOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STK KET, Opposite Iroquois Koto!. A New Trial Asked For. Chicago. Jan. IL—Daniel Don..hue, one of the counsel birth* Cronin prisoners, filed with Deputy Clerk Henry Stephens of the criminal court til# mot ton for a now trial for Coughlin, Burse, O'Sullivan and Kunze. j Forty-three ground* are given to sustain the j motion, argument on which will begin liefer© Judge McConnell next Monday morning. A ViWiincy In Pr<»«|tect. Albany. Jan. ll.—The term of Townsend j Cox, *tut** for.*'t commissioner, expires this month and Governor Hill will have to a plaint hi* succesesir. It is not thought that Mr. Cox will be re-appointed. The Hoe att Ca'* on Trial. PoroHKKKFJAiC. Jan ll.—The celebrated Mowatt c.#e up before Judge liarnsrd iii this city yesterday. J. II. C<»ok of Fishkill testifi.sl to draw tug up tho document distrib* utmg to h»*r relatives a 'h ire of the projierty wiliwi her (Mis* Mo-,vat*.) bv lier brother; that it was done ut tiiediciation of a brother and brother-in-i iw of Mi-s Mowatt, and with the utider'tan ling it wa* by her order. Miss Mowatt signed the paj*er m the presence of Nicholas Hopt-er, tale of tho defen.lanto, arid wa# very nervous. Before coinpleting the examination the court adjourned uutii Monday. >tr. Field on Government Abuse#. Nr.w York Jan. IL—David Dudley Field, in an add rosa liefore the Keform club last night on “Home Kepr**her!R;b‘e Practices of American Government.” dwelt ut*»n w hat lie termed the evil* of bribery at election*, the spoils #yst«r.i and Hie t>rrffcetive tariff. He e#[)ecialiy coodem'ie*! the !atb»r as an unwise and harmful attempt by congress to regulate th© industry of the csaintry. Mr. Hamilton Gathering Fvblenee. Et .Mira, N. \.% Jan. ll.—Robert Ray Hamilton l# in town collecting avi<leu.*efor bis divorce suit against b s wife. She »>ught refuge in Eimira at the time she exjiected to give birth to the $10 baby, and she spent her Unie bere with “Dottle” Mann. Pro^res* «»f the Attempt to Ou%t for bin fiuB the Voting Trust. Pill I. AOK LPHI a. Jan. ll.—Iii# threatened litigktloll lo s»u-ure an irjuncti »t» preventing thu vet.rig trust.s*' of Hi© Reading Railroad c iii}*«i»y from reelts’tiug President Corbin, wa# th# absorbing tope of con vc r#a lion on the “street” yestenlay. The entire control of the Rending stock L r three y**ar' is vettUtd in the voting trust#N>, who ar.* J. Pierrejiout Morgan, J E.wlier U cl b. Austin Corbin and John Wamtmakur. An attempt was made some time ago to d ism five th>) voting tru-t, and tin? court# were ap;leaks! to. The writ is still [ending. ’I he [letition was sign**.! by a number of security hokier*, who claimed that ndi*>olutiou of tho voting trusteeship would la? rn thu tuterest of all concerned. No charges against Mr. Corbin with made when thu petition was filud. On the con trary, it ens regarded as a friendly suit John VYananmker, as a inmilrr of tile board of voting trustees, through his attoruev, ha# tilod his answer to the bill sa equity filed in com (lion pita# court N ^ $ by William ll. Bbelmerdiu# and Spencer itU win against tint voting trusses aud Hie Reading Railroad aud Coal and Iron companies. The answer rends as follow#; “John Wm na lunk er, one of the above named defendant#, answering, Hays that bu is one of th-* voting trusfm-s as akege.1 iii I hunt iff s’ bill; that he does not w is!i to Join in any course which limy ten I to Impugn the motive# of the plaintiff or delay the consideration of tho questions raised bv the lull; that tho next election for officer# of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad company for til© ensuing \ .-ar will take place on Jan. Id, IMA), and, ilia much a* tile plaintitT'bill liiei raid'd the qm»sttoii of the vability of thu power' of th*? voting trust©?*#, he rtr.ji.-c*fully asks for iii'trudmiH that bu may act intelligently iii Iii * | c ii,.*.** anil iii accordion*© witu the j .dg.nent of your Imu-oaorable court U|sm the qu«*'ttoil' at issue.” The 'Ult was br* lug lit to have the voting trust declared null and void, aud the company put iii u plea ti.it lh** -ult was not brought iii good faith, l ins was overruled bv the court, mid tie* defend • ut# were di-lected to answer. Mr. Wa uh maker is thu first lo respond to the order. The sports Didn't Torn !'(». Albany, Jan. ll -Governor iidl sat at hts desk at ll o’cl.M’k ye'terdav aituriUHMi waiting lo see a qua: eft:* of prize lighters. It was tin* hour set for the hearing ii|h»u th© ask.st for exlraditiou of Mike (’leary, William MuldiH.it, Jim W akelv aud t I.al ley Johnson, cnurgud with participating iii thu Sullivan Kiir.nu tight iii Misaiviippi. They are wan red by Governor Lowrev, and Governor Hill wa' to deteriiiin© w nether hi* could have them. Nobody appeared, however, aud ii" word was re.'etveil nom ©it!i©r In-•puctor iiyrne of til© men’# conns-I. I©h*r iii the day the governor wa' int ..tined that th© men had Iw n relea#*si u|s.ji bail aud could not la? seiMir**.! by Ire [svlor Hynie. The men’s counsel, Mr. Mitchell bad telu-gra[>be.l to Governor Hill a day pi mr asking f.»r a pa#t|Mineineiit of th.* heal ing, !»ut the governor had not grant. I if. Nm lung can Is* lion© until Jan. I**, the day set down for tue men’# examination im New York. 4 hautMii«jiia Hoard l ied bai. Rocmcbtkk, N. Y., Jail ll —The Chautauqua trustee# yesterday appointed a committee consisting of Lewis .Miller, F. ii. Riv*t aud W A. Duncan to coihu iii mat* the [sM.jcot of uniting all the publish Mg interest* at Meadville. Officers u t** elechsl as follow#:    Pies.dent, l^*wis Miller of Akron, O.; ehams*!lor. Bishop J. Ii. Vincent of Buffalo; fii-st vicepresident, Francis IL Root of Buffalo; second vice president, Clement Stud©-baker of South Rend, Iud.; tbmi vice presi-duut, John Brown of (diicngo; secretary, VV A. Dunean of Syracu-*; treasurer, E A. Skinner of Westfield; ©xucutivc c.-nmitb*©. Rev. Dr. J. T. iviwardsof Rand »!ph, Dr. J ((•'flT..rd of Westfield, William flmnvii of Meadville, and th** general officers, ex officio Tile board adjourned to meet nu ,t year at Titusville, Pa. An % flumped Murder. Akron. O., Jan. II. — As Hernial! Sing!© tary, a Tallmadge farmer, was driving to this c.tv*, be wa# approached from tiehmd by a man on horseback, who after calling out: “You are tho man w ho killed my chum,” fired two shot# and then fi d. On© of th© ball# jiu.'-**d through Singletary’# hat and til© other graze*I his coat sleeve On New Year’s night a burglar entered Singletary’* house and Bt ole $.’7. As the thief was leaving, Singletary fired several shot# at hun and the fellow cried out a* lf hit, lait make his es call©. It is thought th© burglar must have died afterwards and that. he was tile man whom Singletary’s assailant was attempting to avenge. Selling Ftih.ng I'rivlli-gr«. Ql'EBK'. Jeu. ll.—Th© #?d© of !©«'©*♦ for certain salmon river* and *|*eckled trout hi ream* and la ken in Canada, [tost [toned from Thursday, took place yosterday at th© department of crown land*. T ti ess k*as©4 ar© for ten year*, ending with the clo*© of the pr©scnt century and brought in th© aggregate $‘k'.touo. (lf th© 'amen rivers Bonaventure brought $!2,500 and Romaine $10,-Ooo. Several river# aud lake-, had bun disjoined of previoii'Iy at private sal©, chiefly to former less.***, so that the to’al revenue to the provincial government for ‘port*!lien, rn**t of whom ar© Americans, amc unt# to more than $ I OO.(YK). COLDER WEATHER AND EASY MONEY HELPING BUSINESS. Two Ile'igiiattoil'. Albany, Jan ll.—Cl'.arle# Znelye of Fort riaiu, i4".i#,ant 'Upe.inreiidont of [rn bl ic work# for th© eastern division of th© state, and John Stebbins, who holds a similar position on th© middle division, have r© signed. Mr. Hlelfi.i.i#' resignation i' dated to take place Jan. 1H, ami Mr. Zecye’s is to take effect at iii© pleasure of th© bu peri u Len ient of public works, Mr. Hannan. («»l lect ars Nominated. Washington, Jan. IL—Tho nomination# of James I). Brady and P. II. McCaull, collector* of internal revenue resp©©lively for iii© He<*ond and Sixth Virginia district*, ar© hung up in th© senate committee on finance under f»rote.'t* filed {.gainst them by Vir ginia Republican^ Tile #trmige#t fight I* against Mr. Brady, whom it is under#tm#I the Mahotie faction is op[«o*iiig. Restored to fli* I'onilbtn. Nkw York, Jan. ll.—The supreme court has granted a writ of nmndamu# compelling til© commissioner of public work# to reinstate John Sullivan, an employe, who wa# discharged without specific reason, though be wa# a veteran soldier and capable of performing the duties assigned him. Killed Ills Motlier bv Mistake. Pittsburg, Jan. IL—While John Drake. aged JO years, was cleaning th© cylinder of bi* revolver, the trigger snapped and the pistol w as discharged. Thu bullet entered the bead if Drake’# mother, wuo was standing near by, kiliing b r instantly. Failure at S»w Yolk. Nfcw York, Jan. ll.—Ackerman, Bicker & M trivet, j-*weier<*, of No. fi Maiden Lane. have am Ie an otfeigumenL Liabilities $.J5,UUU. Th# li.ltueitr# Hm rn Depre'»lii( I ffrrt on Retail Trade. Except lo Drug#— A t'lck lng-iip Expected S.m.u—-Fatllng-oll 111 lmp*>rt« anil 4. »|»*»rt*—Dull tit" He polled iii tit** lnt#ilor. Nkw York, Jan ll.—R. G Dun A Co.’# Weekly ’leviuw of Tra.lu #ay*: “An easier money murket arid tN»ld**r w©iitb©i have ii»l[H#i business #oiim», but It cannot lie denied that thu o[**ning trade of Hi© new year has thu# far l***u a little dis appointing. For Un# th# widely prevalent sickness I# to some extent re* poind hi©, as it Interrupt* operations of buyers an i seller# in every direction, and K*t»'eiis retail trade, ex cept in drugs. In other branch©# business ba* tieen fairly active, but not up toexpoc tations, though th© prevailing belief is that the lack is only teni[K>i ary, aud that a large business is to be expected Moon. Thu large [>ayment# by th© treasury have much relieved the mouev market, the ex ewe# of dte-bursement# over rec© I pl# during the past week having l#*uii un less than $5,200,000, but thu remnikahl© movement in foreign exchange, which ha# risen from $4 s4 b» $*4 Ntl during a 'ingle week, tend* strongly to m-c#a#e th© iuiureeaion that the advance in rat© by the Bank of England to ti per cent., and the refusal of gold bullion for export by that bank, ha ve started a considerable realizing on American securities by foreign holders. “The |M©.siliiiity of gold ex|*>rt# at no dis taut day is therefor© discussed. Iui|)orts and export# have both fallen off much Nim*© Jan Land while either chang© may tie but t«*m-[sirary, there are soul© fact# which point to a different conclusion. Cotton exports have l**en remarkably heivv for thro© mouth#, and ar© now falling behind last year’s, a change which is natural mid imi*t Is* ex [meted to continua. Th© movement of wheat ha.' not Isen lurg© in Decern lier, with price# comparatively low, and can hardly Is* «x-[»*ct*'l to itii’nwM. much with higher [irtoea. Iii geuoral the foruigit demand for American pro.blets must hiiv# Iwen to Mollie extent satisfied for the present, by the unprecodunt cd    of    tho    [Kast    quarter.    Du tho other hand '[leculattve distill bancvs at Lindon and Berlin n*ud«r it not imprnl«al>]o that soul© realizing on Amel iran investment* may la* forced, and tho action of the Reading company is bkeiy to cause distrust. After official announcement* that interest would certainly Im) [..aid on tho ll. st preference I-neIs, a committee uuanimtaisly report# that uo interest bas beeti earned or t au Is* paid. It would not Im) strange if di*#atisfaction with American *e«)uritio# should I*© much iucr©as©.i by such an experience, a* this is on© of th© most conspicuous of all foreign iiivcKtiiieuts. INTERIOR KKPOKTH I.KH# XA VGK A BLK. “R©|m>i ta from oth«r cities ai© a Intl© less favorable Th© comparative dullness in December was ©xpe. t©*l to Isl followed by activity after New Year’s, and there I# some disappointment. COLLECTIONS KTX A DY. “Rrapecting mouey and collections, th© situation is ab*.ut as last r©|M.rte«l Blow collections iii dry goods, clothing aud gro eerie# at I'iiitodeiphia, with money ©©star; prompt coll.M'tion# in lioot* and sIkm).-* and average in other trade# at Chicago, with money firm, a good demand ai 7 p**i cent. and slow collection# at Detroit; some sir in geiiey at Cleveland, with collection* UU Ur than was expected con-Ider mg light country trad.*; some improvement at Milwaukee, rate# 7 to M per cent. at tit. I Mails, and juan© stringency at St. Baul, ar# thu nmr© prominent features Iii general the interior market# appear only lairly well supplied, notwithstanding the (arg© amount# of money sent West aud Mouth during th© |>a.st four months. THE GREAT INDUKTRIKK QUIET “No important chang# la seen in thu great industries. Thu iron ti ad© is still iii doubt whether the heavy increase in production ho# liecu matched by the increase iii con sumption, and while th# prevailing opinion favors high nrn-us, it may tm noticed thai moderate lo*# a re occasionally offered below current quotation#, while In l*ar iron Unfeeling i* less confident of late; iii plat© iron thu movement tx not very active ami no sales of ran# ure reported. Undoubtedly th© enormous building last year suHnmod til© iron trad©, but construction at hiicIi a rate cannot bi* ex pm ted to continue. 'Iii© coal trade remain# dull. “The business f&iitir©#.sfurrlng throughout the country during th© last seven davs utiin l#*r, for the IT rn tea I Stab*© 384, aud tor Canada .TI*, or a total of UTI failures, a* c..iiipared with 1522 iitst week. For th© correspoiMtlng week at last year the figures were 251 to tie* Unite I S'at**# and UU iii ('anada ” Clifton Uiiciw, New York, Jan. ll.—Th© Longestrw©t hat dii-ap attracted a large crowd t<> the Cnf ton track yesterday: First raco, selling, IX miles; Ernest first, Gal In# Dan second, Clatter third; time, 1:5*X. Srs-ond ra<*©, X mile:    Red    Elm    first.    I’eri- cle# second, Barnum third: time, Loft1*-Third race, selling, I mile:    Bt. Bai is first, lbs! Light ©©cond, Jennie McFarland third; time, 1:44X* Fourth race, tho I#.ng-tre©t handicap, IC miles:    DunIe.yne first, J. J. O’B. wcotid, I’.sratello third; time, 3:07. Fifth race, fi1^ furlongs: Romance first Ham I), second. King Hazen third; tim©. 1:24 Sixth ra.*©, I mile:    Gramercy    first,    Grati tude s*cond, Mallei Glenn third; time, I :-44X Kvlctionn of Miner* lf*-gun. Bradford, Fa., J an. ll.—An Era #[»©cihI from Punnutawney, Fa., says the evictions le-gan yesterday. S<?v.*ral familhw were ejected at Adrian and one Italian family a* VV abit on The [sirtie* evlcte«l t<#»k lorlgiug with tiieir friends and their household ef feds were taken charge of by the min *rs’ committee. No resistance was att©uq>t©d, but it is ©X[#N’te«l that th© Italians will r«s.i«r and cause trouble today. The c.nijwiiiy give the* men the option of going Ut work at tho old rate# or being evict©.! The men seem to prefer the latter The miners’ committee art* making pretention# to a*-commodate the homeless women and chil drum Survivor# of a Wreck. Philadelphia, Jan. ll.—Toe stenmshin Aline has arrived with part of th© crew of the American schooner lackawHnnn, which was totally wrecked at Jcremie, IVC. 22. Thu schooner was thrown utK.n th© reef bv an incom;»et©nt pilot. When the vow* I had gone to pieces a number of l^ach idlers claimed salvage. Copt. Ford of the l^ncka-wauna is still af Jererm** seeking redr* #*. Th© Grip at Jani©*town. Jamestown. N. Y., Jan. ll.—There bt said to !j© between 2,5.X) and ,'l,(*K) ca#©# of grip in this City. No fatal case# have yet been reported, bur physicians »ay the malady is I#* coming very sev-rc. Why should the months oi January, February and March be called dull months? See our Bulletin of useful articles which are purchased at all seasons ot the year, aud which we make a special tv of always after the Holidays. /    I l lie Brices alone are ail attraction without saying anything about the Convenience of the goods so needful to every House Wife, and the ^reat advantages gained by having them to help you out in your daily duties. Our new assortment comprises everything in House-furnishing (foods. Call and examine them. All (ioods first quality. 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Dc Good heavy horse blushes..........the Extra Heavy copper bottom tea pot# only............................29c Decoi aiel) 'I inutile) carrier .........(sic Child# fancy jumbo pad...........Sc Luminous match safe#.............IO    * I’ain match safe# only............4c I lf ©milt ..ii Signs With til© Luaguu. Fiiilaoki.fhia, Jan. IL—Th© Philadelphia I>© «gue club ha* Signed outfielder Hoi nil too of thu Kan# is Guy team for thr©« year#. A BOILER EXPLOSION. Th© Front of m Clilrxgo Htor© Itlown Oat. Hrnrsl Injnru.l. GU ic ago, Jan ll. A terrific boiler explosion occurred iii th© ImsauiHut of th© John Mort i# Stationary aud Printing company, No*. UH and 120 Monro© strmt, causing $20,-000 dainng©, but no lo*# of bf©, though #©v-©rul of th© Hinall army of ©rtqiloy©# war* sot loti'ly and many slightly hurt. Th© ©u-tir© front of th© building, ax [**rt.ains to glass and doorways, wa* blown Ilk© chop;#*! straw Into th© str©©t. Great [.ieee* «»f heavy plat© Ria## wur© strewn for half a blore around. So great wa# the fore© of th© explosion that pier©* of gl is# w«r© *tii"k into th© wood work f building* aero#* th© #tr»©t. A part of Hit©© floor* in th© r©ar of th© Morrill building w»w© torn up aud spPotarod av though by a cveUai©. Th© en UM of tho explosion is not definit©ly known. Th© following Ut a ii*t of th© seriously wounded; I’hnrles Wilson, ©ngm©«*c, badly cut about foe© and head, hands badly Brailled; M .*# Mur rot I, rut alxait fa**© aud h©ad; W. J. ilartriian, Herman Hwruwon, H. ll. Smith, badly cut by flying gG-s. Guorg© Burg©©*, teamster, blown «xcr<*M street into an open doorway, receiving bad wound in head, seriously hurt, but not thought fatally so. Mr. und Mr*. 4'orkerell** Hereptton. W’akmington, Jan. ll.— Senator aud Mrs. Cockerel gavo a reception lostevening to tha world’s fair delegation front St. Ixrtiis. Tho©* present w«r© almost entirely visiting or rusidunt Missouriaiu. Mrs. Cockerell wa# a'ui'tud bi re«*eiving her guest© by Mr*. Towle, Mr*. Mansur and Mr*. Stone. Among th© guest* were th© ©ucrutarv of th© interior are! Mr*. Noble, Governor Era neat of Missouri, Mayor Noonan of St. Ismls and Mr*. Noonan, ex-Senator John B. Henderson and Mr#, Henderson, Representative* Manwiir, Kinsey, Bland, Tannoy, Stone and Hatch, ex-Governor Fletcher of Missouri, Mr#, George H. Shield*, Judge Campbell of St. I/mi', Gen. John B. Clark and Georg© Rain of St. Loma Democratic Caum*. W Armington, Jan. ll.—A canel)* of Dom-orrafic repreM?ntat.iv(*H wa# held in th© hotiMi Ifist night. The attendance wa# sliriL Mr. Holrnau of Indiana, th© chairman of th© cauciM, [trtv.Hed, and artnounceil that th© meeting wa* called for til© purpose of a[>-[Muntiiig a <-oui nu it©© of represen tat! v©#, nc-eordlfig to custom, to manage th© congressional campaign of next fall. It wa* agreed that ea-h *tat© delegation should .©* lect .in© of it© members for the com mitt©*, making forty-two In all. A# only about one-third of tho stat© delegations ha*! a majority [ireseut, th© committee was riot nearly completed. Another meeting will be h©hi for thu completion of th© committee. More Men Join th© Strike. PlTTKhi HG, Jan. ll —Eighteen of th© employ**!* of th© East End Electric Light <xmii-pnny aonouncraktheir intention of doing no work for a company that had tv*©* declared by the American Federation of Labor to be ? . ti-union, and joined th© strike against th© Allegheny County Electric Light company. 11 © [.laces of th© East End striker# w©rs IF Ie* I shortly ofter they quit. Th© com* jstiiy umiouucea that all lights will buro aa '••val For Finest Wall Pap er call at Monroes. ;