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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX. kepresentaTI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NKW III 1.1 NO MAC'HINK for ruling A ftii kiit'i" of blanks i* the laurel MditioD to Mi <■liMH cal Department of I»«iuhirk Printing Comiwn \ik\%m»f.K*s Coal mil Wood VnM.nr* * «■ 111rhI A vonu«, ovjKMite Nickel Plato •    All    |rrmli*n of Hard anil Soft Coal, *1*41 Lumber. Shingle* ami Lath. * roe lri v    Lorres)#*!! donee for wholesale Iota solicited* Al KA. M. MANN, Practical IMuibImt, Ga** anil hu*a«n Fitter. Special atteation , v.*n to 'sanitary Piurabinf. h»Utnato# given m, Plumbing, Ga* Fitling.MMun Healing aud Ii *1 Air Kornaoea. 27 K. Thin! street. I ) It. (UFFORD, 22M ami 22ft Central Are. I), Artistic Photograllier. Instantaneous rn -tographs of Bable* a specialty. Sitter# . I not wail for aunabiiie except for 'mil ICA. iohik BINDERY—Jamb# Ihvino, l*r> { I (inetor, No. Iii K. Secoml street, near It tiffed* • street, Dunkirk, N. ft. MaKa/.inea, Mu* , • I 'mn | >ii I*’ to. etc., lion ml in all aly lea. Orilers promptly mended to. All work guarantee-1. I 11 IU ll Kit’S CROCK KRY ll OL SF, I >    alw    Central    Avenue. Wholesale ami retail ilealer in ]*i.*»rto<l ami louie* tie China, Glassware, Ae, . i ll As. II. HARRIS, 221 Central Ave. tidily era! Insurance, Life, Accolent ami l ire. Before traveling inaure your ife in the old reliable “Travelers’.*’ Heal hotair Agene Uians negotiated im property. ( OIAUTACUCA HOTKL Itatea, #1 per day. Livery and Rom ding Stable in connection. Victor linier, Sift and Lion street. a HTY HARRER SHOP \^j    Chan.    Nagle,    Prop., bilder Lake Shote National Hank, corner Center ami Third streets. A hue stock of Foreign and Domestic cigar*. ION Kl.IN Si SON, j    IWK    center    street, I “Tactical horse-shoera. Particular attention paid to mU*rfering horses. Shoeing of i«*ad aa I tr-ittiug horses a specialty. ( I) IN Iv I KH KY EN I NO OBSERVER. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising inedmui. Dunkirk encumbering company. Formerly Sellew A Popide. Manufacturers of Engines, Hollers, Pulleys, ShafUug Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, ami Machine Work Ut order. I VUNK I RH SHIRT CO., SUS, At', and AT. it Center street, Manufacturers of tin “Cromwell” and "Dunkirk” |ierfect - titling Dress shirts, tin sale iii all leading furnishing, clothing aud dry goods houses in Dunkirk, DF. TOOM KY, .    i'M    and    PF.    Lion    street. Dealer in Flour, keed, - alt. Haled I lay. Phosphates, CU’, Established, 1877. ('KIK HOTKL and Dining Saloon, Union i i Depot. Easy access to ail trains aud business houses. Hest accommodations for Com .nereis! Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. MVS IN KSS HO irs JVM—Cam Nm h^I. KT- HOI.PII, M. D., physician ami sor-. goon. Oflkxs,2 IS Central Avenue, over Lyon's drug store. Ofilee hours: blo lo a. J to 4 ami 7 to Hp m.; Sunday.-, #:.*% P. lo: JU a rn. Kcsi.leu« c, Centra. Avenue, f'ciephone •jill, No. st. Cabs mgy »*e left at Lvons dim store, rn-lit or day, and will la.* pre lupth de livered ami attended to. SPECIAL- AN NOU NCEM LN1 Af AN re l» a ii active representative for the Hartford I .ife ami Auuuity Co. ut Dunkirk^tnd in every town in Chaiila'u<|iiaCo. SuiM-rior ti. < heap rule-. l iberal trim Address EVKKRTT .hi*hi nu, lien. Airt. for VVestem N. Y.,281 Main Hi., Beflap*. N ft . IF' 'ou want a professional gardener aud florist for pruning your trees, making nice gardens ami parks, Holland, French or English model, write or call for V andertueulen Un.-., 412 Canary Street, and -wa* w hat limy can do. SALESMEN. Wanted at once. laical or Traveling Big Pav. xt. adv Work. Stock Warranted tyuick selfing Specialties. On til I Kus*. E\pencil©© I’unecessary. J akE.Wiiit-nkv, Nuts) man, Kocbestcr, N. Y. STODDART Alo., Patent Attorneys, rift Tilt J HL, Washington, D C.,opp C s. Patent Office. Patents, Caveats ami lie Issues -©cored Trade Marks registerer!. All Patent business conducted for imsleralc Fees. Information Advice.aud special references sent on req not. Jfcj*4|SALARY, (4-* EX I’KNSKS IN M» ^*r*f V A NC E, allowed « alt mouth, .steads employ meet at houie or traveling, No solo it-mg. Duties delivering ami making col Ice Lou*. No postal Cards. Address with .-tamp. II AFKK A CO., Piqua, <duo. I wish to employ a few ladies on salary to take charge of my business at their home*. Light, very fascinating ami healthful. W amini |*cr week. Reference given, loss! pay for parttime. Address with st -tup. M its. Mak-ION W AI.K VK, I,*.tire* lite Ivy. For Kent or Nnle. House corner Se-nm! ami (love streets Newly litt«d up ami iii fine condition. Will sell on easy terms. Enquire at the nill et* of Martiii Heater t o The\(¥Rjrmon Elders’ Book ■ on #*JL*i btrvngth, mailed Cess So man- d mea, s^£Hh« Y. IL Cava *.k, tiff Uraod Bk. Maw fork s ) xUPRIG-HT GRAND:-: PIANO THE HANDSOMEST Wlt/dllT DIANO MANI EA* TI HED K V ll I.KRS Si CO., 97 aud i» E Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and lip bolstering. Picture Frames made to order. v: jl D. MATTESON Si CO., SOI Central Ave., I/©aller* of Fashion ami Gentlemen Outfitters ll ARKI.I. .STKAM HEATING CO.. Manufacturers of SU*am Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. | | OME MTK AMI LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    Hic;    Collars. ic; Culls, 4c, ami Lac** Curtains. Free livery. A W. Cumming*. 1W7 Center street. J| IL OF.ll .YI. K. Third st., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer aud dealer in Fine Bool* A Shoes. Henry veilers new stork, iqs ic. Thin! sc IU*>ktt. Stationery, Musical Instrument*, Magazines, Daily audWeekly Papers, ami everything |M*rU»intng to a Urst class tiook store. School Books a s|a*cialty. .I OII PRINTING of every description amt at lowest living rah** by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 ami IO E. Second SC J Accident and General Iiixuracae. Dealers in Heal Estate and I.*-ans. Par-iciilar attention paid to the care of property collecting rent* Ac. 219 Center sc, iud d**or. M OF ROE S PHARMACY. SOP Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Pa|*er Paints. Olla, Ac. 1>K.KK I NS, J. VT., alw Center street. Manufacturer and ilealer iii Harness.Saddles, tin.lies, I oliars, Trunks,Whips, Huflalo Hobos, Horse Cover*, U loves, Mi liens aud Sleigh Robes. Iyl.l MHINO. T.W. Murray, RI Lion street. A spcciaitv made of .sanitary Plumbing, -am au l Las titling. Workmanship guar- t UA!/ I KnTIUK I NTKKIOII ( ’(INSTR! (TJON KX APTLY UKK TMK ( i KANU Piano, and on* riiK< isk- LY TMK SAM IO PHIN-Cl PLK. Height ft ft I1 in J W id Hi ft It. ■! I ii J D pl ll 2 ft. I ill A Ic aloed. I ) M ltOLTKH, m .    17 East Thinl itroct k astrion a hie Tailor, Gentlemen will find it to their advantage lo Calion me lie fore purchasing elsewhere, I> It. CARY Si CO.. , .    .HSS    Lion    stroeC t*t*neral Harvtwarc,White Lcad.Olls.Painter** Supplies, to I Cloths, Grar. te Ware. A speeial-ty'oi Sherwin Williams Lu. eland Monroe range. I) CLING, -neb as blank-lMMiks, ledgers, and I C. i i kinds of blanks -lone at Dunkirk Printing Company, a and lo E. s«*eond sc Rudolph MOLDENHAUER, OW. Third amt Huflalo Sp., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging anil Building SPmc. Call on ms before buying your sole-wa Ik. It ISLEY A WL i    7 and V East Front streec Whisky, Wines, Brandle*. General Liquor Hum* for Family Use. I)OBERT WRAY. k»    Lion slre«»t, near the depoC lioar-iing, sale, ke«*il aud Livery Stable. Stabling by Urn day or week on reasonable terms. Dogs Piano Practice Annoy You? Then tret » Melvin A Sons*Piano with Patent Mlittler, wliieh reduces the tone to a mioiinuin. Do you mar the front of the piano with your lingers in pitying? The Patent Finger Guard on the Meh-liii Si Sons" Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in Upright case? Then the Mehlin Si Sons' will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin vY Sons* w ill t harm you Have you a taste for the artist ie? The ease of the Mehlin vV Sons’ Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with bas-relief panels. is a real work of art. and tit for a palace. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, and delicacy of touch? The Mehlin vY Sons’ on these points will win your praise. But here we must stop,for our limited space will not permit us to mention all the excellent features of these superb instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, we invite you to cai! and inspect the Mi blin A: Sous Piano for yourself. Reid’s Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK. N.Y. DUNKIRK, N. Y , TU KS DAY, JANUARY ll. 18! NI. A HOW UXG HTRRIC am:. pf «vh«*s and would not allow anyone to cn*ss -  I    Tis dorm ('eased in violence alinit noon. GRFAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION CF PROPERTY. Til* Wind At 1*1114 a \«*l«K*ity of Mm-tjr Mill-* an flour, It lo w ; rig Down 4 Ii ii rt-Ii Mr«*|»l*‘«, I'umoflug Hon-** Mud Hum* nim! Cresting 4•*-•!«rut flavor—-A Train Blow ii In.im tho lunk. Buffalo, Jan. 11 A iiinet v-mile-on-hour bmve win ii. d through Buffalo at 9 o'clock yes ten lay montiitg. ll only histtsil a niimtto aini qui. kiy wmit <!«»» ii to eighty mil*"- and lh**n lo «*‘v**tity. At lOuYhr-k it wits l.I.-vv-ing afst v.iily miltti, with    pnwjns    t    of    u let up. Con-itll*raid* damage was don** in and around Buffalo. A n«*w fram** hon-- was being Built on Cleveland avenue, ii*-.ir Kim-wimmI. Ck*\* l.oid avenue is not thh kly settled and the wind was at BU-rty to Blow as it pleased. 'I In-gale st nick the I we. i si* and l**v-elt«l ii to Hie ground instantly. It wa* Wing diiiiglisl aud f Ii**« ai|i»*i»t«*rs had just got off the n*>f w I* ii the h.in-** was Blown down. A i»orti<*« * f th.* cedar wall went also. F’oit-unately ii* i one was injured. AN OUI LACK ('AITA IN INJUIKD. Ka nm* I <». Kldt idge, an ol<| lake and long a |>r< i-iirn nt ti • iii-«* in |<<<*al marine eirvl**s, vtis kiio» k*sI dew n By the wind at Kitsl 1-agli*aiel .Main sti>s*t.s. IL- shoulder was I aid 1% injunsl, tie* wind throwing him viol**ntly to the pavement. II** was walking in (he nn<l<iie of til** strict for safety** -.ik** wh. ii hurt, Au aiiiBulate'e took him to hts h< »m**. which working badcv. The tel* graph coinisuiies were Ushered a ) «oil deal By th** gale. Said Maiuvger It* vie •Ms of the Portal om^aiiy, “The storm is general. < lur w ires ai>* w orking t»adIv U*-uause they ais* -winging^together. But non** of our | *oli“s ar** down and as noon as ti tis wind lets up we will I** nil ri^ht The pt iiH-ijiiil trouble is with the    plnos.    Th**lines FORMATION OF PA RTN LRN HI I*. Notice Is hen'bv given Ihst I have lakcn tin' son, Kudo! oh Koch, into partnership arith roe iii the furniture bn-me**, and that tin* I ms in* — will hereafter la* conducted limier the uiin name of Louts Kis-h ,1 Son. Loris K OH. preventing further damage. Tho telegraph and telephone w irue are down in all direction*. A tree fell rn toms the Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg track iii front of a freight train aland six mile# east of Suxj<on-sion lh idg**, N. Y., piling the engine and nineteen freight 'itrs in the ditch. Th** et»-giuis.f v, a- Ividly hurt. TLP smokestack of the Niagara Falls Brewery fell, smashing through nu adjoining I ai rn, killing a horse. Fanners’ wagons «*oniing to town were iqr aet By tin* fury of ti;.* w iuds ami re|*>rts are o tiling in of grtatt damn; e to Buildings throughout th** countjy. Tie* wat**r n»«* several tis t in Ila* river and wn-lnsl away a |s»rti*»n of the promenade and Building*of the Whirlpool Rapids Park is*mpany. Th*-latest refMirta from the injured girl is that -lie is d*>ing nicely. THE STORM AT OSWEGO. Great the Drunkenly Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IT A8MIRSSTIIIKQ BR. NAIICS’ OOIOEN SNCTIC. It can be given in a cup of cefee or tea . or In ar Relet of food. without the knowledge of the lier-•on taking It; it I* absolutely harmless ami will effect a permanent ami speedy cure, whethet the patient is a moilerate drinker or an alcoholic RY EID, J. TV., IV    IR    Center    street t>ealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machine*. We make a specialty of first class makes of Piano* ami Farrand A Votey tirgans SAM J. GI FED RD, .*>1 Central Ave. (Up stairs), General Insurance and Real Estate Agent. Fire, I.lie. Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention given to buying and selling Real Estate. fit C. JON EN, X •    WE.    Third et., cor Deer. Escalator Meal Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, sausages, Oysters and Poultry. wreck, it HEVER FAILS, " oGUARANTEE ‘ te cure in every instance. 4x page book Addle** In ronfldrn -e. SPECIFIC CO., i 85 Bacr St.. Cincinnati.® a com oil im C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 9S4 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. DKALEK IN P®, WAT® ai Jimi flocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, I iv. ESC RA VINO, GOLD if SJL VER PL. 4 TIXG A TCH KS, JEWELRY, AC Bny the Aurora Railroad Watch. He pal ring a apecialty. Frank r. Stapf, IM K. Thir*i at W“ MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, Sit Central Avenue D«-tr uei bm of I*r<»p*rty by VV >iid end Fire. Oswego, N. Y., Jan. 14. Shortly I* for** no*st yidiTilay a font* wind storm ftrevailoil lier.* arni ioii-h lent hic damage v.io* done. Tile ecl x itv of th*' gab* during th** Lair hours it prevailed na* last sev»*nty miles an bour. Many ti****!* vv.*r** Blown iLwn and th** streets wi r«* str»*wn w itll bmiK'lMw. Th** Mtee|ile *d til** 4'hill'* Ii of the Evangelist, no feet from Yh<* ground, was toppk**! over by the high wind nu! f. ii to the pavement with a re sounding crash. At th* sault* time th** roof *»f a ileal Bv dwelling was lilt***! By th** ^alo and loiKbsl iii th** str*«et. Part *-f th** r **d *>i tin* Stat** Normal school was Blown ofT and tls- Building suffered *'oii--ideraBle «lama;r<*. Chimneys were Blown •lowii, lumiH*r pil**s were overturned, ami many window- were broken. Tile Break-water is damaged But to what extent cannot e cstim.ikit.i as y*‘t. While til© gale wax at its height an alarm of Rn* vv a- souikUvI from the western fin vt of th** city. P*.iir dwellings and four barns were burned, causing a l**->-«*f ElOJkKl. A naifia-gratioii was narrow ly averted, d’heiv damage In»*n the gal* will Is* als*nt $1(1,41)11. The is "•-1 ••* < !• v. Ia."l »l>q •.*»«,. »„.l . auMlwno , w>   nuuullKatio« u. |.*ut« ».-t end of trotililt*.* lh** v **st«*ni I limn |**ople I ..fh.-n* wen* exf»**ri*‘iieing a ipssi deal «*f «litlieulty. I    - At < hikti* 1*1 nill** fiohAkUi iv down. 'Die west- . em wires w**ie not W'lT^ttng w.*U either. Th** tall liiininvv in lh** ruins of Sibley Si i Hurled I nlier a Falling Wall. Syh a«’i kk, Jan. 14.—A terrible wind storm v***tcr*l/iy aftciiHiou al**»ut Ii oVUs*k Blew Holm win d'a laiiUling. ut S**m*cn aud Well- : down the w.-st wall «vf the Rome, Watertown sti**< !s was swaying bv the w iud in a xviii- J bigly dangerous is»ii)liU**M. A cr*»w«l of |«s> j pie were watching it JI ii limn reg in nm- , meiitary exportation of seeing it fall. Th** el's*tri«* light ttxn|»ni*« of the city j d**ci«led to cut off for two or tim* * hours during the storm to avoid the danger which J woul«l a* cm** from br**k**n v\ir**s. A nil'WII PIJ! .NAC LE TK Mil LICH. A crowd <s>ll«*cted around St. John's church at ti*mai. A few minutes Before that h*»ur Ole* of the ininareta on th** church toppled! over to the ground indow, filling th** stns*t I w itll st«»n**s ami frightening th** jieofile walk- i iug by. A    was stivtchsl across Die -tn*et, th.* j***li*s* fearing that the red <*f the j anti I (g*l**n-Burg Railroad c*mi|»anv's is*w hri<*k fn*ight house here, which was tieing |*ut on. William ll. Willis, a carjienter, was Buried iin(l«*r the wall anti was taken *mt «l*‘a*l. A dozen |ienple or more, mostly car-I suite rn, were injured more or jew. aerioualy. The wind Blew off nil tlio tin r*s*f of the north w ing of th** (biotidaga js'iiitcntiary, wr* <*kc*l the ceni**nt roof of the machine -hop, ami Blew into kindling w*sst fifty Bvt *.; 111<* out i fence aromal th** Building. A Man Killed at Rochester. RociiESTER, N. Y., Jan. 14. — The storm in this city ca'i-si <s»n.-i'l* raBI*><lamage. Ge*»rge Welt**r, a iwBinat maker, was struck un the Ilea*I By a pass* of stoa** wiping Blown from a si x pie VV. ill I fall over. TUE nut ak w att R tx DA N( J LU.    Building aii*l was almost instantly killed. ll was teuii I at mon Hint the new Break- 1 Iii*' south wall *»f the Jo-Iyn Bl<s*k was Blown water Built lost summer hiul lwi*n seriously I <k»wn yester*lay morning. The two-story (Inning* d By*t I ie wav**. The breukwater and frame structure a:lji*iniiig was crushed by th.* Bit *1 av filii*’ pier vv.*ix» under the water the falling wall, But the occupants of 1k»Di all the mom iug.    > buildings escaped uninjured. In vari*>u» Tile roof of th.* Erie d *i**t *as partly t*dm parts «»fUie county hv*UM*s and tiaras were CONGRESSIONAL IVO UR. WORK OF THE LEGISLATORS IN EOTH HOUMES. Mr. Turple VV ill Addr«*«<« the Senate on the Subject a1 Heroin iring the llrwriliau IC*- |*ti bl ii Women VV out to Im* Rep repented on the Bourd of Manager** of the World’* Fair. Washington, Jan. 14.— In the senate yesterday Mr. Turpi** gave noti*v that he would on Wednesday a<l*livxs tin* -enate on the Morgan r**-* Jut ion for tie* n*cognition of the republic **f lCra/.il. A number of petitions were pre»**fit**d nisi referred, among them * us* m'in*.! I iv’ th** wives of Chief Justice Full**r and Justices Field and Harlan, ami By the wives of a iiuml***r of distillguidled • •Iii** ii-uimI citiz«*iLs of Washington, praying for tis* appointiis*nt of women *»u th** buor«l of managers **f the ex|*** iti*»n of IMLJ. A joint resolution w?is |«ss»-l aiilh*»ri/.mg the marshal of th** supreme court to l»van tis* portraits of th** chief justle**s to til** N«-w York State Bar as-*, iation for exhibition at til© judiciary cent* unary, to Is* hell oil Fed. 4, I sm. Mr. But I-*r gave rod iv* that he won I* I addr*— til* ^ hate next Tuesday on the subject <»f th** Bdl for the *>uiigrutioii of the colored I ss *pl** ami Mr. Ba- <*• gave like rn die*' for th** sam** dav his r* nim ..■» to l*>* on the sule ja t <*I B“*lend elections. t*n motion of Mr. Fry** the whet committee ou the Bacilli* railways was in* r**ased to nine meTnh**i>, and S. iiatorx l’lntt ami l urpie were ad*I*si t«* it. A resolution was ngnx**! to dire**ting th** secretary of Bm* tn*osury to s**nd Lithesenate a cofiy of Um* ivjsirt of W. B. lB’phiirn, eoni-inissiojier of th** treasury, concerning the administering of laws regulating emigration at the |»*i1 of New Y«*rk. A bill was ]ia—*sl authorizing a railroad hn*ig«* a**r*‘-s th** Missouri river ktwwii th© county of I knights© or Sarpy iii Nebraska ami th© (sanity of I’* daw att* mu**, Iowa. Mr. Plumb uddrcs-sst the s**iutB* on the rn*-elution h©r»*tofor© offerwi resjKxding the leas© of the inlands iff St.. Paul ainl HL George to the Alaska < Him ie is-ie I eompanv, and requesting th** s*N*retary of the treasury not to make a further leas© of such t-lamlx until further act ion by congr«ws, or until lh** latest peri*»I ma.lt* necessary By existing law, ami meanwhile t<* make a full rej**rt as to the manner in which the Almka <’*»nunercial company ha- discJiarged its ohligations limier ti ic present lease. Mr. Plumb argued that th«*tiiuefor putting in bilbi limier Secretary Windom’s advertisement was far t*»i sh*ut. Tin* Alaska Commercial com)any w as on th© ground ami no hid- would I*** mad© Bv anybody else, U*:vidi*s, the h a-** was for too long a period. Mr. Dawes favored th** adoption of the resolution, os Die mono) mlv en joy ©d on tin* !*lamLh Bv th** Alaska Comin©ri*bil (s»ni|*any ma*I** it inijxwsiBle for any one els© to maintain a trailing |*ost or engage in Busin*** relations with th** Imlians on tin* islands. After further discussion tho resolution «us referred to the commit!*'© on rtiuims*. The formal r©s«»luti*>n from th© lions** announcing th*• death of ltejns'tentative VV. I). Kelley wax ralbsi uj> by {Senator Morrill, and as an additional mark of res)lect Bi the memory of the de*N !ex*.l the siUiate adjourn*-1. off By the wind. A |Mirly c**nip!**B*d store, situate at Evan stiv©t un*I the I* rrace, was jmiily Blown d*»w ii. KT lOCIH CHt'RCn DAMAGFD. At 9 a. iii. on** of the minarets of St. louis’ new- church Blew down ami damaged the roof. Two otl»ei*s afterward Bdl, one piling ■ up the ma©*any on th© sidewalk, lait fortu-tuitelv injuring noon©. 'I le* wav*- washed over tile Belt ftne trestk*s so tlist trains on the Central had to | lie almndotied, and th** Niagara Falls ami l/ockjiort train- wen* s* ut around by the eld j nait** via East Buffalo. PEOPLE DRIVEN KROM THEIR HOMES. The squatters living on th** land Ik*tween Uh* lake and the canal suffered greatly from tin* high water. All morning the water rolled over their lots. A goad many li*r.i-©x were flooded. Several people thought their bouses would be washc I aw ny ami they ne-ni*>v«*d their children to places across the canal. Many of them received a dripping w bilo doing it. The water iii th© harlxnr rose rapidly ami at ‘J o’clock was wa-hiug Into the Erie canal. blown down. A 4 hurch Nt©©pl« Itlnwn flown. Lockport, Jan. 14.—A terriBle cyclone struck bere shortly liefore IO o'clock yester day morning, playing havoc with everything p< ain Bl©. Grace Ki>i-c*>j»al church st©**pl«* wa- Blown down. Weaver’* Arva*U* lauldiiig smith** A merieaii District Steam eonqiaiiy’s roofs were Blown olf. Chimney a, trees ai si fences wen* W**wn down as if straws. Tit© w ir**s are all broken telegraph, telephone ami tin* alarm. Th** severity of th© gal© was over iii two hours. A Train Blown from til© Track. Montreal, Jan. 14.--A dispatch from St. Hilaire sa\s a local train on tIi©Grand Trunk railway, from Acton vale for Montreal, wax blown from tie* track. Gomluct*»r, Brakeman, mad clerk and three j»vsH**ng**rs were seriously injure*!. Several others also received slight injuries. Oil Den leks It I ow II Down. BnATiroRO, Ba.. Jan. 14.—Twelve hundred oil derrteks were Blown down in the Brad-(Inat (inma*;© was don© D» the t.Vntral trestle I for»i dis!riet By the high winds which pr©- from iVnnsyivaiiirt t*» Jersey streets. It could not lie .-ten at 'J o'clock. Th© wave** I w . ix* da-lung over it at an alarming rate. Tilt* Messiah cbiir- h lost on** of tin* stone | pinnaclcK on Ha* main ro*ff. It fell on th© front -t«*|*- ami sidewalk and broke in a hun- ( deed piecw. Bart ivf ti*** tin was tom off ti*** Gnat-worth elevator. A piece of flying tin st rack a pilsner-By, tearing Ins face Badly. A IlCGGV OVERT I* RN Kt>. A Buggy wa-overtunrod iii fn*iit of th**. Tiff! ii*nix*, throwing out a man who was I driving it, ami injuring him severely. He J w;l- taken to th** Emorgeiicy ho-pitaL • KUH*.IIT HOL SE I \K*X*H:i*. About fifty Bs*t (*f th** r**»f of the Erit vaih-1 yester* lay. A LUNATIC’S FREAK. He Dill!* fieight h‘hi-** on ()hio -tr»N«i Bl**vv oif yesU*r-day aft--rn**on. N**l*ody was injured. A portion *»f t!*c nit*h over th** t.Vntral freight bouse on 4 fin** -tivct. Blew down -ii**rtly 1*©-B>re .'I in the aft©rii«N>ii. AT NIAGARA FALLS. Tun r«*llcem©n a IJvely Race in ltrnoklvn. Brooklyn, Jan. Ii. — A man dashed through tho main entrance of lYoepert Bark at I o'clock Sunday morning ami f’ark Bolbxinaii Willis and Sergeant Hogan I started in pursuit. At the intcraection of th** ©ast ar.*! west (irives th**y overt«***k him. H** I was minus hi- clothing and carried a |>air of -4‘isM*! — in hi- hand. I it wa- Baird that hi* had stab!a**I himself in I th** alf I* in* n I ut th** w*«und* were not (la n-/* *'•>.;-, He ui'isanvl to tie demented, aiel i refusisl to answer any quentknis at tile Bark I )«Jilt* -tat ion. At the Hcnoy h wqatal, h**w-ever, he ’lid Sic was ‘’a «-IiiBl of God,” and that hiv lioin** >va- in heaven. TI©* man is a Scandinavian and la* was ’•leiitithsl hv fi i«*mis HS Alliert Anderwm **f No. d!1') Union stris*t. During ti©* day a )**© Ii * ***1.-01 found a pair of dark Blue melton troller-, a Black diagonal vent. Brown plaid jumper, umler-hirt, tdack derby liat, red *.**K.*king- an*! a Blue silk muffler in a vacant lot at Vand(*r!*ilt averin** anti Sterling plaiv*. The «*I*'thing is -uppwe l to lieking to Ur* dont rite*I man. IN THE HOUSE. Washington, Jan. 14.—In the house y**s-terday Mr. Adams, chairman of the Silcott investigating committee, submittal a n*|*ort, ac(*onipuDi©<i By a Bill appmpriatiug $75,000 to cover the d**ti<*iem*y caused Bv Sil***>(t's «li>-faliation. Mim»rity report© were suBrnitB-1 By Meosi-s. Hemphill and Holman. All wer© or*lcr©d printed ami recoinmitted. On tile call of stnti*s a number of Bills were intro*luce*I and ivferre*!. A con*'iirn*nt r©s**l«iti*>n for th** printing of *J5,4i(lii copi**s of tin* add res© i*f 4'hi«*f Justice Fuller *t?i tin* occa©ion of th** commemoration of the inauguration of George Washington, was agreed to. Mr. Cummings of New York introduced a joint iv****1 uti*>n for the erection of a statue to the memory of tile late Samuel J. Tilden. The joint resolution was n*a*l as follows: Itesolved, That there is appropriated from th© trcost i v of the Unit<si Stat**- th** sum of $50,CMM) to erect a Bronze statu© of the late Samm*l J. Tilden, to I*© placed in th© centre of the rotunda of the capitol. That on a tablet on th© front Ins© of said statu© tb«*ru -hall be eonapicti*msly engraved th**-** word*: “Samuel J. Tilden, nineteenth prueiident of the United States, elected But not seated.” {Applans** on til© Democratic Kid©.] That on the right of the square Base shall lie engraven the date of birth, ekjction and death of siu*h pri*-ident and tluit on th© opposite side shall lie engraven an eagle w ith a snake in his talons ami under them th**© words: “For th© right.” Resolved, That the president of the United Staten, the chief justice of the supreme court, th** presnlejit of the senate and til© sjieakor of the house of repr»*R©nt«tiv**« I** authori/eil to suj**>rintend the appropriation of money, and that a copy of th**-© resolutions, with th© nam**- and titles of said dignitaries, Im* engraven on the rear of said bttae. Mr. Sweeny of Iowa imjuired whether til© gent leman exjM-’Usl th© inscription to ho in writing. I Applause on il»*puBli<*an side.) At the clo-** *»f the ©all of -talcs tile house went ink* committee of tin* w h*»l** forth© **on--iderati*at «»f th** !*iK t«* prov it!** tor tow u sit** entry of lands in Oklahoma. Adjourned. A COMPLETE I.TNK OF HOLIDAY GOODS 304 MAIN stui:i;t, Opposite I ro< j un t» Hotel. A Tioiiig Girl Seriously Injured bv tailing Wall*. Niagara Falls, Ont., Jan. 14.—A regular cyclone struck this pia*x* at 8:;*) o’clock yesterday m**rni!ig, starting in with a light gale . from the xmithwvst, incivasing iii velocity. At al*out lo o'* lock th** for*** reached ninety j miles an hour, carrying everything before it an*! destroying (Xitbuildir^    tr***-.    I telcgrajih j«»l*8<, railway aemapli**res ami feiM>*s. Tin* grvatc-t sufferers will Im* Un Gam©Ban Well com|*any. The wind struck ti©* northwest gal Ie of til© .» by HO, two-1 story factory, t**aring tlx* roof from the l*rick * organs throughout the Catskills for a Ghi«*ago walls, tumbling Hr* mirth ais! wist walls in U|mhi lift**en girls who wore employed wind-lug l*oBi.iii- B*r the looms in th.* up|«©r st»*rv. Ail <*f tis* gir ls <*-**Mj**'d ex***j*t All-** Dickuiit, ag*-! lo, wh<» was Buried iii tlu* Bn* ks an*i debris. Mr. Martin, the manager of the (-an- J puny, knowing ti©* girl liad not (a-'-aix-i, j ru-li***! u|*:tairs iii the Building which wa- I tumbling ul**mt his ears ami su«*«**©»l©d it* j getting tit© girl out. Sh© was found to have J on© leg Bi ogen and wa.- Badly Bialis.**! ahint Hr* l>**!y. The fin* alarm wax giv**fi, but (la* bxwD’ n"t vhothpr tin re are other victim* vrvicm of til© detriment wa» wit nquiral.    Matthews. I/***kwool s failure was Damage to fa* t**rv **stiii>at©*i at $l,.**un.    *    ann*Minced last night, the liabilities Dang TIr* Niagara Ka lls tnbngyraniiur slide erected | ^lat*-! at $7k),(Y4). en th© Athletic grounds yielded to the torte'    - of the storm ami went down in a pile of , A N>w«p*p**r Farr* Stricken ky th© tirlp. nmb’hwork. Tile greater portion of the fence I Milford, Maws.. Jan. 14.—The editor, bus-ar*>und the Athletic groinuls was also di niol- ] in.-ss manager, local e*!itor and news foreman IsImsI; lo* about f‘i4<o.    >    of The Daily Journal are suffering from ta About ll o’clock two guvs of the foot and grippe and two-thinls of the composing force cai hag© nuqieusioo brFig© that I lad Iwn re- an* ab nit recovering from the malady. Th© Built this-pring snapped and fell into the w ives of tis* editor and foreman ar© seriously river. The greatest anxiety was felt for the ill. (hit of thirteen suburban correspondent* ■etfcty of the Bridge hut it held through, rock- J el©\©n are ill with influenza and IL D. Heron big l*kc a cradle. The oiik uils closed the ap J of Hopkinton died from its effects. A Forger 4 nnff««*A. Ronooct, N. Y., Jan. 14.—Htiyder I/*M*k-wo*mI, a hitherto r**-]*** t«**l citizen of Sh*ikan, near B* i>*. has ixail’etwed to forging j*a]M*r aggf**gating -**'©i'm1 th*uisan*! dollars. H© •ngngixl largely in th© sale of piano** ami nuiiiufacturer. He -**ld«»n instalment, taking n**t**s for part joymenL A few * la vs ago Lmm’UwimmI vvii- taken ill, ami -cut for Sujier-\is*ir Delaney Matthews, a leading merchant, and ronf***-~<il tluit he ha*l f*>rgisl Matthews' name to notes to tin? aiiioiuit of $.'*,(h KB *r #4.4 SKI. IB* tli«*n offer**11<* make amends by turning over to Matthew™ all *>f hi- rral ami |M*rs*>nal pro]M*rtv, valued at several th*nr-nmi dollars. Th*' pr**p*r jMijx'rs wert* at on*© executed. The full extent <»f Hr* forgeries is not mad** YOUTHFUL STRIKERS. Hnrr* »t Clifton. New York, Jan. 14.—Th© Clifton races yesterday resulted: First ra«v, selling, Si mile; Peril first, J*© <'almon second. Squalid* thiol; time, 1:4t*. S*ss>n*l rn ce, selling, *». mil©:    Monte Crisic ■©rood, Ari**l third; tim**, l:OI44. Thinl nt<**, ic , furlong*; HiMa fli-xt, < ifalH*'** x»**s»nd, St. John thinl; time, li’it1^, F**urth ra****, selling, 7;4 furlongs; Red Light first, Autocrat second, Puzzle third; I '&Ai. Filth rn©©, I mile:    Iuggl**r first. Golden lbs I .second, Philip IL third; time, 1:42l£. Sixth ra*v, furl ngs:    Ridinion.l first, Gallus Ii*iU KS-*md, Linguist third; tiiiM:, imi.__ Shot by a Trap Gun. New’ York, Jan. ll.—William Petit, a farmer of West I Miry, I*. I., aet a spring gun iii th© chicken Ii-awe so flint it would Im* dLs-clu*rg*sl if til© ()«M*r was o|*»ned. He told his family of it. lait his wife forg**t the warning j and o)m*ik*1 tho door. Th© gnu was dw-! charged, the shot entering Mrs. Petit's right I -iMWikler. It is thought -la* will ro**>ver. Duff tit* ’* ,\©w**i©-” Drclar* War Againat Two laming I*»«|*et». Bcftalo, Jan 14.—Th© dow n town street ©orttem, ©specially that of Main and Seneca streets, w**iv n* a fly all day ye* ten lay ta© i(***»i** of the gatla'riiig of groujia of angry m*wsl*<*vs an*! mten—ted sjMs'tators wIi** ha*I watched tlieir actions and listened t** th 'ir ©x* it»sl (Malversation. Th© cause of tilt- umt-ual stat© of thing* was that the price «*f the afternoiai |»<q»©rs had gone up; that is, to ti*© newsboy*. Th© [trire Iwjretofore aakt-l f**r TIr* News ami Til© Times was at th© rat*' (■* *s4 (vnts a hundred. A ©light ad vane© b-id been decitltKl ujsai by th© public liers of these pa; «*r, ami the latter now sell to newsl»uysnnd -mailer ii*'w-*l**a!**rs, w Is) are called ti*© retail Bu vers, at the rat© of lib ***nts |s-r 14 ML or an advance «*f IO (*‘iit« a hundred. Th© pri*v to whoh-vtlers, or th© larger deniers has abo l»s*u u*ere»ts»si from 40 (**!its t*> **0 e**iits )M*r loo. Th© )*ri»** to the readers is not affected. TIr* ©ff**ct tin- advance ha I upon the newsboys is that they ha\© struck, ami ara ©x**i tr mg every effort iii tln'ir means to pro ©ut the «il**ofth© ]*rt]***rs. Armed xx it ii eliilw aud sticks, and iii gan]r»<*f a dozen <»r more th**y hung around the dovn-town fs*ni«ii* ami merribxKly set ugpu any t»**y who had ac-*—*pt*sI th© new term. Whei**v*»rthelsiys who were stalling th© )«i)i©rs got lievoud the pi*v te**tion aff*»nl*«l them Bv iii© jm*1u© th** youthful strikers would sn rn *u ml tie-m and tai ** their j<».;***r- a-vay, warning tliem t«» slop trying to -**1? n**v more. l'h<* iMiitera were then torn inUi })i«s* *s am! tli»**wn away. 'Hi© strtvts iumI nlewalk.* every -hol t «lis tam*© w«*r ti**wn w *h pi****- «>f tin* m w--jin|M*rs, whi’li did I sen seal t«*r**d By th** winds. This meth***l of proc** lure on th© part of th** I**>y -tnk«*rx, wh*» welt* lei by an Italian known as M icha**l Murphy, continued from tilt* tim** that the tii*sl 4m ti*-is «»f th«* |Mi|M*rs ram© out until lute in til© ev* mug, wh**u tlMMu engaged iff m-lluig them ba*! told out. It is said that ’natty of the “xca!*s" were com* jM’lI***I to take tinstnvt curs lean© iii *>rd**r to ©sen]*** tho v**ngcaiR*> <*f th**ir wrathful brother di-pui-xau As t** til© cau-3 of th© ad\ .ane** in th** rat© to til© boyo*, a    called ujioii Mcwsra. Norman IL : and J. A. Huller of Th# Tun©- and Th** New*. re-i*e**iiv• Iv, \**ster*lav af tem* Mm, ©ml jjjhaid what tti*y luul to -ay bi regard to it.. Said Mr. Mack: “Tho wholesale *1*mi 1; rn were plying 44* •xiits a hundred ami til** Iki\hoiul smiUl(f agents 54) cents a hun Ired. Now, llwsn un-the «*li«stp*st jxirijy pajM-r rat**© that are tieing a-l,*sl in the larger cilu-s throughout, th© country. Iii almost all th** large cities where there is a pm ny ]*i|M«r ti* 1*1 th** new-lstys hid J mc. lug 4i<) and ♦.Scents a hundred for their pap’i - Huli'alo is known to bar© t**-*lay ti©* largest and l***st tw«* jxmnv impure printed iii th© I it!t*-1 Stat©-, out i*l© »»t Philadelphia, hut nntw’itiiRtaiuhir: tliis, there I- little or rn* iii<*ii< y made o>i thaii cirrulation at I*’u.-t not at th** rat** at whi< h t!.**y liuve Icon s**l*l h* n*t<*/. <r**. Th*’ad va mi-that we ask is but a slight on© and, if coiitiuiusl, it will give th© puhli-liers a more just share of tim money •ierived from th.* sal** af our |*H]«rs win. h h**ri*t*>t‘or© was loss than **u©-half Th** d«■©!•* .■(.-•* in th***'»irningsof th**l»*>ys will Im* very small. Where they have b»*©n plying “arent, for til I v pip-rs they xviii n«>w liavi* to pay and instead «*f making '-ift ****iit.s on them they w ill rualiz© but. 5 ©'lits less -ora l**ssof lOccntaou IOU |m|iMX Even at the advanced rat© our pip*rs ai© tieing Mild ut 'St p*r * * ut. I*--- than any other p*nny pl]M*rs in the United {8U»t**s.’’ ►Said Mr. Butler: •‘IIh1 News lias heretofore Ims-h sol*! to wholexal** news deal* in at a rat** of 4<> * ©ut- a hundred, aud to til** newsl>oys at 50 cents. We have ask* <I for tho small ad-v a im a* of IO cen ta oil til** hun* Ire* I. Tho **x-jM*ns* - of til** j vip yr in tho way of -js-'inl ser-vfcv for telegraphic mid oth**r ani«:l©s have I >**©!> rapi«il> in*T( ast ag, and of late we havo I*©cii fitrnisiiing u vciy d**ar m w-pqM’i- f*.ru very low jn i ©. “Th©-liar** we ha-© U-'n nsviving ttt tho nnioimt derived by th* sal** of th© pq»**r is very small, and we think it is no more than fair that th** reo-ipt© should Is* more t-jually <livid*sl. ’I'ho newslMiys have Ui-n having Hi*-greati'r shan*. Most of th iii have 1mm*ii making from $12 to $10 a w**. k. It M hut fair tliat the publislier should receive "iie-lialf of the prks* of tbu p«)jer*» hr -old. Fully 20 p*i • ©tit of th© fs*u*iv pip*rs iii th** I uittsl Stab*-an* Hold to their ncwsljoy patrons at 70 ami To oeut.s jM*r iou. The slight a1 \am*© we have ask©!I our boys is not so Iv d (or th**»n ax it may seem, for e\«*t* at the new rat© they ain enabled to make fr* *rii >** to .*12 a week for a few hours’ work each *lav.” Mickey Welch a lH««*r(©r. New York. Jan. 14. — Mickey Welch of la-t >n's New York l**ague club yesterday ranewed hilt contract with lYi-*-.*lent Day of that organization. Welch’s salary will be somewhat larger than th© bn Jiber hood wot* willing to pay, ami is guaranteed by Mr. I>ay, ]Mjrs*>nally, for three 'ears. Mlncrx* Hugs* Advanced. Glaagow, Jon. 14.—Five of the coal and iron masters of Glackniannan have advanced the wages of their miners 12per cent. JOHN H. SHOEN BERGER’S WILL. ll© Provide© for tl*c I re*lion of » Free Pri»t©«t©nl ( tm• **li V|.»m|iHrI. New York, Jan. ll Th** will of the lab* John II. Hlmenlierger, tho null >nah'0 iron manufacturer «»f Bitt.-Burg. who rc-.i*le*1 • luring recent years iii tin. city, was ti!<•«I in th© surrogate’s ofli*1© y**-ter<lay. Ii© gives aL»ut • rn©-!wit hi- ratiit*- to Iii- relatives. His ex*-*utors are uuth'nized to e**ti' *y certain real «t*tate iii tis* S**v«*jitli ward of the city of Bitt-Burg for th*- erection ami maintenance ther«s*ii of Bin I ling- for u fr*x* Prottiatant • •Bur* h hi.-pital as u memorial to testator's •I***-* rt-*sl first wife, which -hull I*** known as the {-t. Margaret M**n.o:aal hospital. For lh© eninpk’tioii of this lM*nef»(*’tion Hr* will furtiier directs iii** **xp n**itur* of $.Y*bJNM). Til** sum of # I tm,UUD is given t** Trinity • hurch of Bitt* 4>u*-g on <-oiiditioii of **sta!)-iislting free daily «ervu*©H, or. alternately, th© • islow men* of the hosj*ital. Tile Church Home association of Allegheny county, Ba., receives $;-"*,DK); th© “Bishop Sealery mission" of M ii menu ta, #2T»,(JU0, th© board of mis--ions <>f th?* Prot**-tant Bpi-co] vt I church in th© *li<v ©-(* of Bitt.-Burg, $ *<>,<KIU; th© Mwsion-ary society of tile sam© church, i**cat*xl iii N©w York, $50,000. The remainder of tho estate is to Im* held bv the executors iii tnt-t and a- mmhi ax practical^© th© furtiier sum of $250,000 is to be added to the endowment of the St. Margaret Imspifal. NO. 133. TUE SILCOTT COMM UTKE THREE LENGTHY REPORTS SUBMITTED TC THE HOUSE. I h© Vfxjiirltv U**p«*rl ll.•Bl* That th© Mvnlwr* Did Not Kecriv© th© Xlon©jr (Iii© I fir iii— Mr. 11 *>l iii I ii lu Hl« Minority Depot t Im I'nwbl© to t'«*ncur Willi > th© Mnjoriiyr. WARR I NI it* in, Jun. 14.— Th© **l«x*t (x*m-mlttee to investigate the accountsof th** «»fll*x* of the sergeant-at-arms of the house, coni monly known as tho Sihsitt oominittee, sub mitt©*! to tile bouse yesterday thice rep nix, ami two tails iM’aring on til© *lisp*-ition of the difficulties that havo arisen concerning the resp‘liniBility for th** Iumm of inetubnni’ salaries chiim-I by Kilcott'n defalcation. Mr. AdaiiiM. the chairtiMn of the (Xrtiiiiiit-tee, nu btu it ted til© majority r**p»rt, an*! Mr. Hemphill and Mr. Holman submitted min ority rejsais. Mr. Atiains’ n*p*rt, aft**! a -bort iiitHMluction, says: -The question is whether, ac*i*r<liiig to til© rules of plain, sulistantial just I**©, it •night to fie assumed that wlien flux money wits ]miss*-I to Sil*s>tt By til** treasury Biller it wax r»-©eivol By th© ineinfierii ttuanxulvea. lip to that instant th© Ulilted Stat**** government owed a (vrtain xnin for (saigr**ssioiml salai i**x Di*i tho U nibs I Stale- gov©niiiR*iit at that iii slant, ami by th© act of tho treasury teller in liaving, and the act of Hil*s*tt in rtxxuving th© money, dixciiMrga the oBhgat ions “We )M*lieve that ineliitMir-#>i «\>ngr«e- did m»t tlien and there fW*eiv© the money due them. The United Htateii government did not then and there discharge its obligation to the delegate© and iiR*inlM*rM of tho Fifty first tx aigre## or to any on© of them.” Mr. Adams enter# into a long diam ss km of th© case, giving a history of til© matters connected with tile di*Burs©iu«*nt of money to menibara of Die house, from the first «xai-grera. He liohL that if Sihxitt wax the private agent of tho inomfierw to draw their salaries, he must Imi held to havi* Imvii ap l>ointe»t ax tho agent of ©iu*h individual mriu-lM*r. Til© report «s>nclii<lea ax follows: “Your cunniiitlw iM-liev*** tiiat ddegabst and iiiemlM*i*x of <x»ugresx Hr© ©ut it led to receive th© amount of tin* so la riex allowed them by law for the p*riod ending Dec. 4, 18*49, fuul not yet received By them not" itll-Bon I mg the fact that oil tho 27th and .‘With of last November, large aum© of money intended for Iii© pivmeiit of Mild sularnx* w»*ix* i»y tim cnxhier of Dr* treasury place*! in th© hands of G. K. Sihxitt, cashier of tho Int© sergeant at arms hi bis official eajsicity, and in tho regular marse of his official tHbdnna, and won* by -aid Hilcolt ii legally appropriated to his |M>r sot ell use. “Your «x©limitBx* l»*lievo that tho mob lately in tho vault of the ofUce of th** s*»r-gmnt-at ariua includes a sum deriv««d from the d«*p*sitx of private fundi* -ulficiont Bi pay in full tho liabilities of said otthx* on a* «x>uiit of such private *i«*p»Mtx, aud that aid huBil llkxi ought to lie so lurid " Mr. Holman, in his minority report, shows that he is unable Bi concur in til© opinion ox-prouand By the majority that the serg»*iuit atli ri na of the house tx a disbursing oil her of Die United Staten. There is no act of con gross, Ii** avers, Unit dmlaros him Bi Im* a dis burning oflhw, or p!o*x« ai'oiuu! the funds that might come into his hands lh© safeguards provided by law to piotmt public funds in the ban* Is of a dlsBurxiug otfk*er of the GniUxl StatcM. Mr. Holman then dix-•*usn**x the various legal nxpecte of the ca-**, and min**- Bi the conclusion Dint tis* sergeant at arms is simply an officer of the house of r*>proHenfativ©H, eharg*xl wiDi th** disBurseincnt of certain funds. 11** hoi* Is that th** (toads of Sergeant at Arms I/©od*Kii and 4 ’ashi**r Sihxitt expired with tho Fiftieth congii*-# on March 4, 1HH9, and Utat Uh* hoax** { was without a balded •lixBui'xing ofll*x*r when Die defalcation occurred. Mr. llohiiHu'x r**|H»rt Is vohiininoiu* and discuss*** every phase of th© matter at length He stat©** in th© course of his import Dint th** ii**aiilM*rx of th** house will, of court©, iud iii govl faith toward Die public treasury. ■“If, in their opinion,” he adda, “the #crg»**uit at arms is a diMbursing officer of the Lnit*xl Ste Bx* then it will Im* held lliat Dr* loss of Mi «uiiIn*7./.I*x| immey which wa© under his mu trol must fall on th© government. If, on th* ither hand, it is fount I that under Mi© law In* wax not a disbursing otfimr, but only mlhx*t~ •si from tim© Bi tim© from tho treasure# of th© United State# for in**iii-l*-r#    and d**l**gaB*i, the nuuu-y due them on account agamxt Mi© treasury dill ** **©rtif]*xl mid that money Unix (xill» <*t«*«l wa, afterward ©nilxauled, it would xe**m to Im* inevitable that Die 1«m*w must fall on the gentlemen for wh*mi th© collections were mad©. No technical rules should ixintnd in Hu**h un inquiry, nor slnaild irregular ii let hod* re*xitlf-ing from l**gixlatioii lie ix«*ogTuzrd us luiving the form of law.* Mr. Hemphill, iii his r©p*rt, 1r>1 U that th** matter is not (Mio that can Im* xetthxl Bv mn green on account of it# <ximplK at«xl state, nod rexxaiiiiMMid# that it Im* referred to til© court of claim# for x**ttlemcnt. Seed for Breach of Prom)-©. New York, Jan. 14.—Clarence Muller, a conspicuous m< inlier of the Liedcrkranz club and a r©put*xl millionaire, tx bung xued for r 14N1.U4HI damage© for Breach of promise of marriage By Mi** Garolin©, J. Ga rn merer of Philadelphia. Mi-s Gammer©r alleges that her engagement to Mr. Mulier.laten from Ik-(x»mb*r, 1-xft, and Dial it wax not through any fault of hers that th© contract failed of fulfilment. Daniel Ikmghcrty and Eugene I(©w is ar** counsel for Miss Gamin©mr, and Mr. Muller'# interest# an* lM*ing looked after bv C*>1. Hobcrt G. Ingersoll aiwl Ihdiert ll. Griffin. Judge Ingraham in til© mprcme court chaml*crs yesterday heard argument* i>y both side# and denied Col. Ingersoll'# in*>-tion to dismiss the <*ax© on the ground that Mi## Cam merer had one© releswd Mr. Muller from his engagement Til© rax© is still on. ERIE STORE. Why should the months of January, February ami March he cal lei! ti iii I moil thai See our Bulletin of useful articles which are purchased at all seasons of the year, and which we make a specialty of always after the    Holidays. The Prices alone    are an    at traction without saying anything about the Convenience of tile goods so    needful    to every House W ife,    and    the great advantages    gained    by having them to help you out in your daily duties. Our $r    w    0 new assortment    comprises everything in I louse-! urnish-ing Goods, (’all and examine them. AH Goods first quality. Bring this list when you come to buy, it ll help you out and us two. 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Child# fancy jumbo pail..........  Sc Luminous match safe#  .......I Ort Twin mutch hate# only .    4c JUDGE KELLEY’S FUNERAL. Ik© Weir Knocked Out. San Francisco, Jan. 14.—The fini-h fight between Ik** Weir arni Billy Murphy of Australia at tne California Athletic club la.-t night resulted in a victory for Murphy, I Weir tieing knocked out in the fourteenth I round. IVnnxv I twilit*'* Union. St ut e-in nu Lid h* Rot III X rth I.a ult-1 Hill I'©hi et cry. FillLADKLPHlA, Jan. 14.-The mortal remain# of Mon. W. I). Kelley were* taken to their la-t. renting pkv*© yesterday from th© residence of hi# daughter, Mrs. ilonitman, at Thirty-ninth ami Chestnut street© There main#, dad iu a full block snit, re j >•<#•■( I in a black cloth covered ca#k©t, having >41vei hnndlra and mounting#. Among tho floral tributes *mi the caxket wa# a pillow flowers sent by Pr**xident HaiTlsou. At 11 :.'!f) the casket was taken to th© bears ami th** procession move*l Bi the Unitarian church. The *x*iigr©RKioiial eotiimitlce act©*! a# jail lM*arei-# and o****u)»i*)d carriag**# ahead of tile h**anie. Itev. Dr. William H. Furman, isixt«»r emeritus, wa# th© ollh iating clergyman, a-sisted by the Her. JoNeph II. May. Aj*pr*. )>nate portion# o the scripture were r**n*l bv P;u*tor Mny, iru’luding St. Paul’s *l**s**ription of immortality and the Psalm, "Th© I/>rd i-, My Sh* i»her«i.” Mi-# Paddock follow©*! wit* a very impr**n.sivt*ly sung contralto #o|o “Come UnU> Me and I will (Jive You Rent.” At the concluidon of Dr. Turn**-#’ d‘#)u<*nt adiliKMs the funeral pro*-eH#ion B#»k up its journey to North laurel Hill cemetery, wlieru th© interment t*#)k pin*-* without «li-|>!ay being witnessed rally by tht* vixiting (xaigr©## men and relative# of the *le**ea#*xl. The Mile r I IT Not Held Account ahi©. Nkw You#, Jan. ll Judge Walla*'© yi*»* tor*lay hand”*I flown a *l*x'isi«ai Iii thu lTnit*xl State# (xiurt holding tliat ex Sh**riff Peter Bowe carmot l»* Ii* Id mixxuituhlo f*#- $4t00,(N)0 • ■ i zi x I from I ms #n I iii nuirel, a canon of the hurch of Home, and also dismissed tho suit Brought iii Du* nam#* of th** Catholic pre bervie ry against New York's former sheriff. Th* ♦XJU.Win ta question re part of a fort un* of 12, *##),( it M) tliat had Imx-ii aecium I UtB*d By th* Bishopric of Toiinuu, Bdgiuin, in the course »f a century. Through a change of Bi#h*>|># Die grxsit fortun* wa# unearthed iii 1879, when Bishop Dumont, for #nm* offen#© of >th**r wa* Kl im] M*n* led By Hixhop Ihirouswan. I lie new |>reliite irtiuciged to turn the money tver to Canon Biirnard, a pn**#t of the (the •xx.**, iiikI the bitter B#*k ii with him to this cl wintry. Der many at Fear© With th© tYnrld. HERI.in, Jan. 14, ll*rr Von I©*vetzow, president of the relcluJag, rc(M>rt©d to that txxly y*©L relay that the enqieror, fit rexxdv-ing th© preeideiitial Bureau, hu|<J it afforelrel him great pb-awure* aid -at bf action that tho general |M>liti©nl .i*uati.*n appeurexl to fully OMHurn Dr* world’s |wav*i\ He also annoutuxsi that his majesty Haul that in order to preserve jm‘ac© it was irs••*—-ary that Germany, iii view of her geog ca pineal |MMtition, wliould not fail to maintain her military nrmaituMit* iii th© highest, stat© of * tficiency, aud to in- • ••■KKant.lv provide for th© army and navy, A French Ail intr,I |>.-n*l. Pa iii#, Jan 14. Admiral Flaqiict of th* French navy is dead. IHE MARKETS. >*w York Money Market, New Yuan, Jan. 14 Money • |n**d at 45 r <***nt ycHterday. th* tow xt r *U* wax I Th© high© t was 12. t jteii.xnife ctosd -tea Iy; ,»<,Hf/© t rata*, $t HS ■ tI #7. actual rat©#, $4 H'q4 #’!4 f‘>r «4xty days, amt $1 "fiqu.4 N. <| for demand. (JovertnneuU d**x©*l stea*ly; curraacy Ax, l.J$ bk): L. coup . I.'SS hid . 4‘4* do, I 04(^ IA4. Ps*-'ll<* iaiir**a<l tj*>u Is clo#©*! as foliowx; U*)’)*! hists, in * sd:    do    siukiag funds, 1.15^: da • ••iihmIx, I I2;q old. A Student In Trouble. NfwHavkx,Conn., Jan. 14.—Olcott Pairs a student of Easton c*>U©g© at, Easton, Pa wax flcntoncod to three month# Imj)rixonn»cnt and to |Miy a fine «>f ('■¥*) for xtoaling two rifle# fr«nn the Winchester Repeating Arms company of this Hty. H© ap)M*s.led and wax odiuittrel to I tail. Til© rifle# w ere of a new design mid have not yet Isien plac»xl im til© market, and the firm l**liev© h© stole th©amis at the instigation <*f Horne rival #xmq<nnj. Th© Po|»« sufTerluK from Influenza. Rome, Jan. 14.—It i# rioted that th© {nip* and eight of th© •'arelinalii of hiw h«)U.s(*hiobi m e suffering with luflu* uza. Nm I m l* I'dmIiu’c Kirliitii|«>, New Yore, Jan ti FLOUR-* no*** qui©: tut steady yvsterday. Fine yrade*, \rutter, $2 lO^ASft; flo n>ring, $l.7ft v$ I kl; do super tin© winter, $2 $*#^2 tnt: «|»re»/, 42.141^2 4») extia No. 2 wii»t-r. tt7)'t»4l>): <><’t(>riug, fv 5>> /t 4.4W: extra Nu I winier, $: 2'»,<X I -IC; (to spring. $i    SO:    CJty    iuiil extras, $4. t® *;4ft*l for VV .-st Untie# 8ourei©rti flour closed st fvty: trod© mw*! fstiulr extra#. $3 hoAft. WH KAT—Opti’(os were a fit*l© in or® active y* xterday, and tim ton© of lh© d©alingx wa* firmer *>n r**|>orts of a cold v*av© nod sn*w in th# VV ext. ('liming price© were    bigh*-r oil around. S|*oi lots cl* x©d du!l Mr#»t ©ie of No. I red winter. Hf/Vl'ttHflVk1:; ungraded red, 72<t87c; No. 8 red, M2r. CXiRN-Optloes were fairly active and cloee*t with bnrelly any change in price*. Spot tot* closed ©axier S|*ot Kales of No. 2 nriixcd, 88A4 ,»:.0’i|c; Ktea.ner do,    No.    8 mixed, HA ii HS*. (*AT8—f>pDonM w©r© firm hut qu(©t, closing Be* higher for some months Kpot lots clo—d firm an*l V|C )R*tt©r. 8p**t sai©s of No. I white, .“Be; No 5 do, tUl^c; Ne. I mixed, 30c. No. 8 do, Ii A HI/KY—Nominal. HOUK (Sexed dull; rn©#©, $l*8fl®10 73 for l|R|M*’t*‘(l BAID) (1o#e*l    st©a<1y. Feb.    $0 30&6.3S; Vian*li, ?C S#4.«    May. $fl SS<JC ti. BL IT EK I Hill: ©reamery eaxteru, 20 to Mc; w**«»©rii do. 5ft to 3f/V$s Cl!EKSE- Quiet; factory New York cheddar, lO'-jy- western flat, OVi^lOc. Klj(4H-fitrong**r; fresh eastern flrxta, WV4 to l7v; we-tern no. 16® it^#; Canadians not fueled. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. _ ;