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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO Ii. X1X-DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY. J WU ARY 18, 1890. NO. 137. hepuesentative jBUSINESS HOUSES P— — OF DUNKIRK. . »ti I ING MACH INK for ruling ** V<>n.Imnk»* i* the latest audition lo *’i M' < i Department of We* t>»" **    * Dunkirk Printing Com pan .wnKK*fl ( <>al and Wood Yard, rn* H»r'!’V;"nU..IT-“Hr n VK lis ts* n(H HB»~tu*d. I > I KO LPH, lf. i ■    , Iv* freon. < mine, 2 pi Central Avenue, over Lyon’* drug store. OHI or hours: » lo In &. I to 4 simI 7 to 8 |i. rn.; Sunday**,9UTO to IO: to a. rn. Kcsidence, Central Avenue. Telephone •yill, No. 9. Cal'* ma\ be I* ft at I.von- drug Store, rn if bt or day, and will l»e prom p th de ti voted and attended u*. WIT Kid Til ADK I1KVIKW. MARY WASHINGTON'S monument. A CK ASH ON TUE HAIL The Suit SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT V<-'\    :.;:;:::,;;f,’V^nranvr    0*1, *+ , ,. u,r Shingles and hath. Free * *4| Old Lorre*I -tiir*??©*    a**'*    V * ii in deuce for wholesale Iou nf ANTFIi —An active representative for the Hertford Life and Annuity Co, in iMuikirk^ii.d in every town iu ( faatita'iquaCo. ■iuperior elan. Cheap rate*. I.iIm-i-uI term*. Address KVKKITT nraiNu, drn. Agt. for Western N. Y.,283 Main St., Buffalo, N. V. IF you want a professional gardener and florist for pruning your tr«***s, making alee i gardens and parks. Holland, French or English model, write or call for Vandernieitleit Brua., 412 Canary struct, aud nee what they earn do. ■lied. » vs WINN, Practical Plumber, QU 4 l t ”u am t ‘lier. Special attention A *' L. tar) Plumbing. Estimates given !.«'» w * . ..i'm Kithng, Steam Healing aud « k- ^*,nJ 8tnMjU __ „ i I til lit! I, MU ad    A*e- I? .    <• I'liotographer. liicUnUnw.ui I'* Iii- of I tables a specialty. Sillers *    * .J wail for sunshine except for „,K MlM>K.HT^fA«*a IKVIWO, Pro- P‘    s, It* K Second street, near Buf- ^    7 Dunkirk. N. V. Magazines, Mtt- u" nl: , I,lets etc.. Iwuod in al! styles. Orders ’ i * fain tided to. All work guaranteed P-1 * 1 ■    ____- —    ■ — , ,u lit ICS < KIK KKKY HOWK*. U    dos    Central    A    venue. w, ,,-ii, and retail dealer in Jmwrted and Hum die ( luna. Glassware, Ae-__ .iv* H M A KIU S, MI Central AVO. Gen- I1 iin-iniiice. Life. Accident and lire. it n*" traveling insure your He in Hie old 'i « *|'tavrdera*.” Heal fc-tate Agent. Clan! negotiated un property. ____ j til ti TtldJt'A HOTEL I    KaU‘s, $1 per day. V ..ITT and Boarding Stable in connection. Livery »«■    VicU>r    Hider, SSS and 337 Lion street. . ,IT\ HA UMEK HHGP (’*    t.    has.    Wag    Ie,    Prop. i»r I ik«‘ shore National Bank, corner LUS Ii i lCnl i»* A MOC* of ylJelgn and DomesUcLigars.  _ I ^KL,N<b linter street, iwu. al hor—win»*!'•■ Particular attention .,^.1 t.i interfering horses, shoeing of road A \ lri * til hic    ________ i> I N Kl ICH KVKMSU OliSKHTE*. Largest Bally in tho County. Au unequalled advertising medium. Ut -kirk engineering COMPANY. Formerly Sellew A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, I urgings, U»uug», aud Machine Work loonier. i *t ski HK SII I KT tic *«, aft nod an I I (niter street, Manufacturers of the *r..nivuil" and “Dunkirk’’ perfect - titling lire*" Shirts, ‘bi sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. iv r.TIHlMKY, I I    CW    and 436 Lion street. IM ab r in Flour, Fend, alt. Baled Hay. Phos Established, 1877. f’KIE HOTEL and dining Saloon, Inion 'j I>r11 i has*. acce— to all trams and bus* uie.- houses. Best accommodations for Com- sitn al l ravelers.    .    „    ... John J. Murphy, Prop. Y ; Hl.KKN ti OOn 97 aud 99 E. Tbirtl street. Pine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and I p-olsteriug. Picture Frames made to onler. SAI.F.8MKN* Vt anted at once. laical or Traveling r Big Pay. steady Wink. SUs-k VV arni ii ted. tjuiek selling S|**ct*ltie*. Outtii Free. Kxpenence Cnneresiary. .I ah. h. VV ll i i * NEV, Nursymaii, Hoe heater, N. \. JTbDHAin A CO., Patent Attorr.eia, <113 7th : T HL, Washington, ll. C . opp I S. Patent Of* flee. Patents, Caveats and IU- Issue* secured Trade Marks reginU*re«l. All Patent liusine— conducte*! for bio) Ie rate Fees. Information. Ad vice, and npooiul references hoiii oil re4|uesl. Al.AUY, 149 KXPKSSKS IV \|»-W ' V A NI K, allo wed es ii month. Sternly eiiiplovnient at home or traveling, No soli< it* mg. Duties delivering arid making col lect ions. No Postal Cards. Address with stamp. II A FLU A CO., Piqua, Ohio. (wish to employ a few ladies on salary to take charge of my business at their howes. Light, very fascinating and Imailhful. Wages J #10 per week. Hefervnee given.    pay for parttime. Address with st imp. Mkh. Max* J ION WALKEN, Louisville Ky. THE CONTINUED MILD WEATHER DEPRESSES TRADE. Hit* I'ri Uuliny Sickness Is Also a Potent Factor in the Interruption of Huntne**. Mi ti) I si t oil*** Foi red to Ch Hts on Account of the Pi osirnl iou of Their I'm* wlo.tes—Failures for the Week. New York, Jan. 1H — R O. Dun's A: i'o.’s W we it Iv Review of Trade says: “Iniportrint inijirr/veinent in invdiKM is j not**1 wherever the recent ehattgv to txdder I W’ca titer has ben felt, KI-* where utiseasoii- J able weather isslill the chief complaint, h.it everywlierc internqit i«»i» of Bumi***'.•* and \ matniLe tui ing by the prevailing si<*ktif**e, is (Awrvtd, and many factori«*s have been f fore*ti to clone brauue so many of their em-piny es were unable to work. At one or two eastern j* it.Ls this interruption app ars to lie j ItfiNhing away. but it is still widespread arid | serious. To nearly ail kinds of trades it means not only delay in productkui or deal- t itijrs, lait some shrinkage in the ability of | great numbera to pun base pnsiuets. Hut in | spite of this the volume of trade is lar}^*. j Un-ti ion ad shipments from Chicago last. w«s*k * were lei,7'.CJ t*>ns, moeh the Iargr*st ever I Liiown. The exp« *rta of pro\isi<*ns are heavy, J the lard movement last w«*ek r-nching 14,- ; |siurnU. The eleai lugs of I milks la.-t | week were not only the br^isf on r*s•• >rd for Which It A U. MATTESON A CO., SOI CentraJ Ave., naders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitter#. j A KELI. STEAM HEATING CO., snutacturera of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. | OME STEAM LAUNDRY. our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    loc;    Collars, ; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtail, k rec Dchv-ry. A w. Cumming*, if! Cen tar street. j IL OEHM, K. Third sc, cor. of Buffalo Lxnufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoes. I I EN KY W EILEK’H NEW STOKE. 108 I. ti Third SC ikstks. Stationery, Musical In-tr unicnt*,Magazines,Daily aud VV eeklv I suers, n I everythipg iH»rtaining to a first claus book lure. School Books a s|A*ci*lty. I oil PRINTING of every description aud at J lowest hying rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. second Ski H. VAN HOREN A S4»N, Fire. Life, i Accident and General Insuracja. Deal-m heal Estate and Bwn». Pardcular muon paid to the care of property collect-; n lits Ac. 219 Center st., 2nd floor. .oFroE’8 PHARMACY, 300 Central Avenue kl quarters for W all Taper Taints, oils, Ac. I) EKK INS, J. W., 209 Center street. Manufacturer and ilealer in H.irne»s,Sad*lies, I.: i ■ M, t otlara. Trunks,Whips. Buffalo holies, It. M -i I eve t ti. I doves, Mi liens and Sleigh Uobes. IDT viking. T. W. Murray, 3.47 Lion street, v pjh illy made of Sanitary Plumbing, fan; aud Gas Fitting. Workmanship guar- •teed. 1> M I‘.ULTES, •    17    Last    Third    strtict. kastiionable Tailor. Gentlemen will find It to their a<h aulage to Calion me before purcliasing ekes here. 1> It. CAKY A CO., .    S;2{    Lion    street Genera) Hard ware, White Lead,Oils Painter’s Supplies, lull I. uhs, Grai te VV are. A special-ty'of sherwn.W illiam* Pa. ut and Monroe range. i ) I l.lNti, Hueh a* blank-liooks. ledgers, and I VB.a I kinds of blank* done al Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud It* K. Second >L Rudolph molden>«aurh, Cor. Third and Buffalo st*. Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me befur* buying your side-walk.    ® I.) ISLEY A CO., IV    7 and 9 Fast Front street Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. KOBERT U K VV, r J'1"! strnq, near the depot. boarding, Sale Keml and Livery Stable. - tail ling by Uie day or week on reasonable terms. For Kent or Nu Ie. House corner Second and Dove stwti Newly tilled up ami in tim* condition. Will Hell on easy teriua Luquue al the office of Marlin Hester Co. The\NR)rmon Elders’ Book ■ on    Htrrngth,    aBKiIcd    frs*    to    man    i    i mea, sgdrOsi Y. ii. Uviich, t02 amini BL. Few I or a a ^UPRIGHT GRAND:-: PIANO TUE HANDSOMEST WRIGHT 1*1 A SO MA NU FAV TI ’ll ED. Entire Inferior Construction EXACTLY LIKE THE ( * KA NI) Piano, and on pk bu wkly TUE HA ME PRINCIPLE. Height 3 ft I tv in; Widths ft.3in; Depth 2 ft In I > EID, J. ii i .. iS4 Center street. « ♦•mer in Musical Instruments and Sewing .n. hiller, vie make a specialty of first class Hakes of I lane* aud Farrand A Votey Organs. CAM J. GIFFORD, SOI Central Ave. (Up . „ fairs', General Insurance and Real Estate f “ *re Life, Accident, and Live Stock .Mirance. Prompt attention giv an to buying and Heiling Ileal Estate. T C. JUNKS, .*    75 E. Third st, cor. Deer. iU' “wr Mtllt Market. Fresh, Salt and P, Meat*. Lard, Sausages, Orysters and Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get h Mchlin A. Hon- Piano with Patent Mintier, which reduces the tone to a minitnutn. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Melt-Un Ai Sous* Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in I p-right ease? Then the Mehlin dc Hons’ will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin & Hons’ will charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The ease of the Mehlin & Sons’ Piano. Italian Renaissance style, with bas-relief panels, is a real work of art, aud lit fur a palace*. Do you want a piano of extraordinary singing quality, and delicacy of touch? The Mehlin A 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 call aud inspect the Mehlin Sons Piano for yourself. Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue. DUNKIRK. N.Y. _ FORMATION OF I'AKTN FRSH IP. Notice I* hervbv given that I have taken my son. Rudolph Koeh. inn* partnership w-th me in the furniture bud ne**, and thai the busine— will hereafter I* pnndueted jwderUie nim name of Louis Kindi A Son. PEA J.KH IV JJM, WATCHES d JtWSl?.?, Clarks, Silverware, Leather Good*, l-te. ESC, RA Vt SO, GOLD if SIL VER FL 4 TISO AT< HES, JEWELRY, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. frank F. supt. 8jfE. Third st MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, f!6 Central Avenue Over the Land on Stands In Frog rasa. FitKnrniCKKRt’RO, Va., Jan.    IS.—The fourth day of the Mary Washington monument libel suit opened yesterday. (b*orge W. Kbepnrd, defendant in tile suit, was recalled. Khopard studiously evaded answering question*, but was finally forced to admit the exiKteneeof tvrtain |>a|**rx much to the amazement of hi* friends. From hi* testimony it np|M*ared that Hhepard gave ColU rt Ai K u t ley a letter, dated Feb. 22, in which he offered to sell the Mary Washington monument lot; but tliat Hie letter wa* really w l itten nu Feb. 27. When asked why he dated th** letter Feb. 22 hi* memory failed him, but the plaintiff* counsel refreshed it by t«*lling him he did **» for the purpoweof giving tile let1«*r promineiKv,as he hail staU*! hi Mr. KI it Iv by dating it Feb. 22 (Washington'* birthday!. The letter, counsel stat**!, was given to tile New York World com*»qxJtldeilt but was afterwards stolen from the eor-resjwtident by some one suppuntxi to la* Shep-ard'tt frieinl. During Shepanl's examination plaintiffs <MMiitsel aske«l Nhejiard if he did not tell Uapt. Ik* Afley Hint the whenie to disisea* of the momttnent lot wan a big thing. Shej«nl d<* np*d having said no. Mr. Fitzhugh, counsel for defence, iii an in* >l«iit manner denounced (.'apt. IK* At ley a.- a lixir. Ik* Afley, who was present, but w ho has not yet lss*n placet!on the Ktand, ln*re interrupted procee<ling* by moving towards Fitzhugh, but wa* kept l>ack bv his friends. AN LXPRESS TRAIN RUNS DOWN AN ACCOMMODATION. that imrt of the y»ar, but show**! an increa™ . ., ,    ___ *    „    /.    , v. j huL-ssiuentlv (ant. Ik* Atley said it was an ovet last year of 12 |»»*r cent, out l ie ut New ______ ,,     ,    .    _    _____ Y aril. TUE IRON' omTT COXTrNt’ES HEAVY. t*Tlie weekly output of pig in rn Jan. I w as 174,0?-I tons against 1U9.159 Iks*. I, and 154,-Ififri a year ago. This implies a slight increas** iii production liLst year over pn*vious estF mu tea. The atirfirising incnn.se in outjmt has hsl manv to wonder in what way the em>r- outra:*e tiiat Fitzhugh should Is* js*rmitt«Hl j to iiti|« .<ch the tnithfulneaa of a man ls*fore j he was sworn, aud said that if Fitzhugh re-i J s at e»| h is criticism w hen he was placed OU Ha* -taud he would tlira-h Fitzhugh soundly. Ik* Afley will pndiably testify to-day. Mr. j l it/hugh wanted tie* <ase submitted to a jury, ; saying he was “tired of nonsense ” Jtelge Mc I augh 11 n adjournal the <*ourt mons quail ti tv now made can be consumed, i unl|| to_jay j„ on)er to allow plaintiffs an and inquiries indkate that tlwre is in tin aggregate some accumule.tion *»f stock*. It ah«o appears that th** market for bar ir**n is somewhat unsettli-i, with a tendency toward | <v>n<*«*sKiuns, and plate iron i* less finn. Struc- | tural and -h«,et iron anti nails an* steady, luit j *omc uiiflnsimsv is noticed in the market for uteri rails. Uiikvw consumption of finished j products is not. only sustaiiKsl but evpandtsl. ; tie* out put of pig iron can hardly continue at the present rate. Tile stagnation in anthra-1 cite coal is aggravate, twit although the trade is narn>w, and 20,0UU miners uiv re-ported idle, Hie we«*kly output exceeds the output a year ago by tl(),0U0 tons. Friis-s are demoratiiKsI, and bituminous coal, though very active, is easier. THE TEXTILE TEA DES. “Tile «s»ttou industry’ is disturlxsl <mlv by sickness; d' luund for g«s*i^ has slightly improved, staph** and prints are firm and print cloths tt ills for fits. The wool and woolen tradtw show distinct sign* of u division b*-tween the light g<w*ls aiel worsteils. anti the Is si vier good* of nearly all kind*. Th** hitter are seriously J*‘press**d bv the unscasonabk* went lier. and aivunmlation of stock* fn*ni Hie last o|m*u winter or purchaaivi early for tliis season but not yet distril»ute*i. Manufacturer- of such gis .ls buy glaringly, work op|s»rtunitr to warch tho telcgra(>h <s»m-|iauhs*' file*-- aud examine authentic copies of njxvials filed relative to tile case WYOMING ON THE THRESHOLD. A Kill Looking to the Admission of the Territory to mtrhiHtil. Washington, Jan. IN.—The bill for the admission of Wyoming, which will lie relent < si to the senate Monday, provider that the n**w -state sludl Is* entitled to one representative iii congress; that sections IO and *t*» in every township shall lie w*t aside for whisd purposes; that ull lands tints granted -hall bi* di-|M.sed of at |Hiblic sale, thepr«n*eeds to<*»m-stitute a permanent scImkiI fund: that 5 js*r <s*nt. of all the money realised for public lands-liall Im* appliisi to the education fund; that the |**nit<*titiarv at I-arain ie, all lands iDiinectttl with it and unexperuied approfiria-tions tlierefta* are granted to tile newsiate; that BJJOI) a<*rm of lainl are grant**! to Hie stat** for an agricultural aockity; Hint in lieu «if grants <if land under «*xisting internal improvement and swamp land at ta the following grants tire made: Insane asylum in Uintah county, 30,0(10 arn*-; |»*nal reform institution, Carbon county, 7UMAMI arr***; penitentiary, Albany Twu Passenger* and One Conductor Killed, the llaggagt rn .niter Probably Fatally Injured, and Another Passenger S«il-itudy Hurt—-No One on the F.xpress Train Harmed—Fault of the Operator. Cincinnati, Jan. 18. —A collision occurred •hi tie* Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton rail-mad m*ar Winton Place, Ohio, last evening. Four lemons have been taken out deal. Tho vestibule train from Chicago on tho Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railroad, due hero at 7:10 p. ut., ran into the Glendale accommodation ut College Hill Junction at 7:10 lust night. Conductor Copley and a brakeman, whose name has not yet l**en leam<«d, were instantly killed. A ]>af***nger, HU|*po*d to Ic John Wihoii, superintt-ndent of tin* Metr**|*ditan Insurance comjiany, w as abo kill*sri. Two passengers were Ivudly iujur*sl. Th** engineer of the express supplied that Ha* acron ■ ii md at i m was out of the “block," at the rate they were running, and he had (rarely time to rever-e his engine and with hie firm urn jump to Hie ground lief ore they crashe*i int*i the rear of tin* train prowling ’them. They w« n* I md ly shaken up but other-w is** uninjuiv*!. Three cars caught tire and were b inns! up. THE OPERA Ton'd FAULT. Genen*l Superint* ndent Nelson gave the following account of th** accident: “Tile vestibule train wa- due hei-e at 7:10 and the «•--commodation at 78Yi. The telegraph ojs*ra-tor at Elwood signalle*l theexpnwa train that the ’idts k' wa- ckw and the train pr<s*ee*i**l **n itll way. it was drawn bv a Strung lo*xe Haiti vc in changa of Engineer Coak ley and an exptsrie!i<*ed engine**r in the employ of the Strong conqmny nanifsl (hs*rge Magee. Just before tin; tram rea**hed College Hill junction it rounded a curve and the engineer saw the accommodation a short distan*,e ahead of hun. (’oakk*y slack*-1 up th© train and then juuifMsl and en'ajM-i with slight injuries. Mage** remained on Hie cngiie* until it struck the rear cai of tin* a<s*ominodatk>n train, but w as not hurt. The expr**-s train was not «liitmige«l in the least and with Hr* exception of Coakley, no one was injured. The kilksl and injured were on the ai’Tnmiiiodakion train, which wan almost ('onipk'tifly wrecked. The rear car was a combination smoker, and this with two coaches caught (lr** aud were reduced to ashes. Thirty (Mi-senget s were aboard and all eeca|»*d but Wilson and a woman, who ha* not been identified, besides the conductor, W. W. Witherbee. The l*o*li»*N w**r** brought to this city and taken to til.' morgue. Witherbee’* home is in Toledo. Baggagemaster Joseph Staley is proliably fatally injurevl, and a young man nanssl Klaniitz was seriously hurt. They w**re removed to the Cincinnati hospital. Stak'v’s home is iii Dayton. isnt time or wait, and tlMs kimls of who! (>ouii*y, lO.tFX) a*-re*; deaf, dumb and blind vt ii ic b they require an* weaker. But there is j H^yium, Laramie county, 30,000 a*‘n*s; jssir a marked revival iii the trade for domestic fnn„ PWcmmt county, 30,(MGacron; miner*’ worsteds and light goods, believed to be due , bo-] ii tai, .IO, HHH acres; normal achiMils, lUO.OtX) to the clutnges last year in treasury rulings, ; acres; state ciiaritable, educati<Hial, j**nal LEGISLATORS WITH THE GRIP. now for th** first time felt. Manufacturers un* busy ami bojieful, ami the demand for such wxs >1 a* tin y can use is strong, price* being firm. and reformat*try institutions, 240.HOH acres, making a total of 500,01) acre*. All mineral laud.- are exempt from the grants made. The sum of #20,000 is to be appropriated U* jiay ’Hie boot and shoe industry is largely, and j the expense of tho constitutional convention the two ti'Xtile manufiiat ur« rs «oui«*w hat dis turlied by iulM*r controversk* in Eastern states. But the shipments of boots and -lutes from Boston in l*.*o were 3,SSW,0*0 cases, an ; pitbited. A court is to Is* bald on the first increase of 4 j**r cent, over 1888, and 20 per Monday in April anti the first M«H*iay of of Sept. :*>, I KST. The state is to c* institute a judicial circuit fur which a judge, Unite*! Stat**s attorney and marshal are to lie aje cent, since 1880, MILD WEATHER CA USI® DEPRESSION. “Reports from various quarters arc on the whole more favorabk*. Mild w**atlier has cau.Msi much depr**— ion, but wlierever cs»l«l**r weather ha* upj»*are*l there is clear and quick re** Aery. Novsmls*r of each y**ar. Tile territorial ofii-cers are to continue to hold oft!*1** until the state oflicers tut* ek*ctcd and qualify. Arrested for Kmiiggliug. New York, Jan. 18,—Capi. Kettig of the t_'ofic**tiens are quit** generally j Ward Line -teamer Saratoga, from Havana, slow, Isstui-o of retardtsl distribution, but uneasiness i- n*js*i4«sl at only a few |s*intA. “The money markets here and elsewhere show on th** whole rather more pres-nre, which the heavy business in progress and the tardy collections explain. BiLsh»**s* failures during the last seven days and Isaac I Jillion, one of his jmssengers, were arrest***! on u charge of smuggling into this country jewelry valued at #5,000. They were h**l*l iii t*ail by the United Stat**s (suumis-sion**r for examination to-day. Tile jewelry was found at t’apt. Hittig's house and did iud appear on th** ship's manifest. The explana- numlier f*>r the United Stat*** 305, for Canada ; ti<m given was tliat Ltni< >n a-ke*I the eaptain Fourth r»t, the miles: Frank Ward Barrister third; tim** Fifth ra**e, ***lltng. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV ABMIIlSTIIlM I*. HAIIIt’ MUIR SMC!HC. It can be flbtn In a cup of coffee or tee. or In ar Bries of food. w itliout the kuow ledge of thejier-son tsking it; it is absolutely harmless and wdl effect a permanent and speedy cure, whethei the patient Is a moderate drinker.an aWiollc Ktel wtcwc'cTffe1 juc'.'*- C^.B.0 ~c7c. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER * IMPORTER. 504 MAIN ST., firrf.tLO, N. Y. 31, total SM, compend with 373 last we**k. For the corr*—]**aiding w«s*k last year the figures were2^1 in the UniLsl States and 40 in Canada.** 4’llfton R«r***. Clifton, N. J., Jan. is—First ra«*e y**-t<*r-day, ni lling, mile: Ihninks S. fii-st. Man huttuti s**c*»ih1, Belmont th till; tim**, 1:38'^, SittmwI ran*, (I1, furlong-; Fn****l**in first. Sterling -****011*1, Ofnk'oe third; tim**, I :'2s’i. Tbiid rn«x*, selling, I I - It* milts: W. Duly, Jr., first. Glendale -ec*»n*l, Can't Tell third; ti uh*. 1:52’j. Ibs-lare han«licap, l1^ first, Sam I), soc*Hid, 2:4.3V. fg mile: Mal sd Gl**nn first, Mamie B. sw’chmI, Owen Gohh*n thirtl; tim**. 1:05. Sixth rat, I mile: Golden Reel first, Swift kcumI, Jim Murphy third; tins*, 1:45. Ile Itooiiitnl Hop Kilter-. ItocnrsTWL Jail. is.—A-a T. Smlc *li*-l hen* I art evening, ag***! OO years, ll** was th** president of til** Hop Bitfi*rs com}mn i ami wa-the mon who mail** flint {intent tii'-lk’iiH* famous bv extensive advert ling. Th** *k*-itTa-*'! ha*l very large int»*n* t- in W**-tcni Kun-.i*. He wan tile fun <: t of Soule •xviii go at I>odge City, ami th* president ami owner of th** First National l*ank there. He also owned mon* than half th*1 town of Ingalls, whi**h berain * the county w**at of Gray county after a violent struggle with tin* rcsi-deute of Cimarron. Mr. Soule wa- pr*»l«ably worth #2,(M*,000. AHarhmeiits ArtNOTON, Mass., Jan. I**.—Atla<’hm*»iits were pbt&xrii on the she bu-in**ss of CS, E. Tnck«*r Sc Co. of this place for #21 .(Fro. th** larg«*!*.t amount being for #10,0(1, pla*x-i by Walter Horton A Co. of Sr hi th stnx*t, Boston. A ke**js*r ha- t> ,*n pla«x*d in the Iturkl-ing and work has cen.sixl. Alout #1,100 is due tin* men, but it i- -ai I it will Is* j*ai*l in full. Two hundred men wert* employed. wb(*n off .Sandy Hook, to take rare of the jewelry whik* I auh* hi went ashore to s*x> his I tanker vt and arrange to have th*? valuables tran-l’erml t«» some st**amer ImhumI f**r Am--teniam, whither I annuli inten*le<l going. I mon was t*» re»urn ami relieve til** captain of th** jewels, but failed to do so. When the -hip reached part the eajttain {Hit tlieH i«ck-age in hi- jss’kct t*> keep for ignition. Neither lie n*»r Iauihhi comudereil this sutuggling, as th** g«x«*ls were not intciahsl for this market. One Gill'* State Senator Dead aud rn Kep-ir*«iit»tiie Dying. Columbus, O., Jan. 18 — S**nator Thomas Ashburn af the Brown-Clemout district «li*xi yesterday of pneumonia, su|»«nndii*x*d by la grip]**. He wa- firat taken ill on Friday, but on Tuesday wtmt to the sciiab* and voted for Mr. Brice for Unit*xi Stat** senator. He wan l*»rn in ISJO in Clermont county, ami lits willow is Cfi* n. (irant’s liisit GOU sin. He was admitted to Hie liar in ls45, ami hail served fifteen years as ixHiimon pleas judge ami Hire** yrars on tbe suprema ixjurt l**n*-li. This was his first term in the legislature, in which he was tile ahl***t lm*iub**r. Senators Howells ami Wallaix* are Lith suck, ami Ref*n*Ment/Uive Braw ti has been tak**n hinne to Fin* I lay to dio. K**pn*senta-tive Taylor of Urbana is down sick ami a half dozen of his •xillixtgu**- have g*»t leaveHof al*seiH*e on aecxvtmt of iilnem. Si< kiio»*.- has no *lisrupte*l ami crippled the legislature that BO important legislation will lie enact**! until tin* three vacancies by dee tic are fille*! ami the dozen sick members get v^ll *>r their sm*-itwtirx appear. XVreek of a Coal Train. New buro, N. Y., Jan. 18.—A Iwd wrerk of a «x*al train otxnirrwl on th** Newburg branch of the Erie railn*a*i l**tw«s*n Washingtonville ami BI**Hiiing (Jrove. From rm*a rn* parti ii hr rs it is l**arn«xi that one man wa- ’TiltsI outright ami another seriously ?n-jtttxxl. The train wr»x*k*xl «xinsist«xi of al*Hit fift y empty «*nrx and was nm into by an extra going in Hie same direction, derailing aevera rara ami precipitating four t»f them down a| .«(<* *p **ni1xinkm«*nt. Tlu* tra**k is l»a*Ilyr l*lo k<*d Mild trains have U> g*» rotimi by way Chlnamoi I timing Kast. ihTTSBi RU, Jan. 18.—There patted through this eity yesterday nine Chinamen en route from the I’acilie roast to New York city. The Chinaman in cliarge of the {Mrty -|*viks English and resides in New York. He stat*si that a firm of contractor! in New York hatl sent him West for the purjiose of securing Chinamen w ho are to be put to work a- hod carriers, la!»orerB, etc. If it is found that Chinamen can perform tim duties require*! tithers w ill lie brought East. The informant stated that it was tbe intention of his employers to Urns protect their int«*n*-t.s in case there is a gen**ral strike among the builiiing trades, la!>• >rera, etc., for the eight-hour rule next May. *f Turn* A wrecking train luts l»*s*ii s«*nt to tm -cene of the accident. To Test His Certttlc;*te. II El JSN a, Mont., Jan 18.—A petition for a writ of man* la mils was fikxl in the supreme ismrt yesterday bv the attorneys <»f William Th* hi I {eon, metnlcr of the R*-|Hibliran house fr<tm Silver Bow county, to compel Auditor Kenny to issue him a warrant for per diem ami mileage. The cane has linen set for Monday morning. The action is brought for tile purpisc oi testing the validity of Hie state it. ani «x*rtifirate which he (Thompson) holds, he b'ing *«»e of the mend**r» ekx’te*l by eliminating the vote at the Tunnel precinct. Assembl*m in Siittlv^n’s Funeral. Rf sn ester, N. Y., Jan. IU.—The funeral of Hon. P. Andrew Sullivan, memlter of a*Mt*nil4y, took j*l«ce y««4erriay at the Im-tna*dilate Conception chur*’h. Every seat in th** larg** edifice was *«CAupte<l and many people were unable to gain admis-ion. The (’oral offerings were numerous and lienutiful in design. Senator McNaughton. who was t*s» ill t*> ta* present, s**nt a cross, and the legislature, through its cnmmiUoe, furni li**d a beautiful column of rare flowers containing on its I use in raised flowers the in-**rij»tion: ‘ Our Colleague.” Tin* serxdcen were conducted by Rev. Father O'Hara Tbe remains were interred in Holy Sepulchre cemetery. An Klfrtrir Suit l>**cf«!e«h New York, Jan. IN—In the United State-cir**uit *xmrt the suit of the Rrush-Swan Electric Light company of New England vt the Brasil Electric company of New York, involving the exclusive right to sell aud u-e the Brush electric lighting sj’stetn in New England and pertain <8her terrltoty, was ci*x*id*xi in favor of tIm* |dnintiff and an iujumtion and an accounting w ert* onlertsl. Appointments by Gerernor nill. Ai.bant, Jan. 18.— Sxtperintemlent of INile Bc Works Hannan lins apjsHilted Hugh Trail lor clerk to Hie assistant superintendents. Th** new apjs>int**e was f**rra**rly an aldentian in Troy. Edward Duffy, al-o an ex-aidemian, was ap|s>int*x| tea # 1,21)0clerkship in the insuran*x* (kfartmeut The Kenton Fire. Boston. Jan. 18.—The I*•*-*•*. anti insurance in the Summer street Hr**, as far as has heen ]s*x-thl** to *»btain tliem, are as follows: Clafiiu, Burns A Co., leather, $50,000; insur-nn e $100,000 in alsHit twenty companied; W hicher A Etiwiry, l«*ather and sIm a* findings, >20.000. insuran<*e, $25,000; Clegg A Fisher, leather l*»ard inanufa« turers, $10,(410; fully insured. Tile building, which is owned by tbe Boston University, is rained. Sunday I liming to be Enforced. Denver, Colo., Jan. 18.—The new sheriff, Mr. liarton, has *>r*i»*nxJ all sal*sins clewed Sunday. Th* law on this point has hitherto h*x*n a dead lefter. Tile order causes a sensa-ti*m. Several saloon keepers any they will •Ii .regard it ami lively timed are looked for. State IL*.*i*l of Claims. Albany, Jan. 18.—Tile date lioanl of claims took a r**oe.« ytx-t**rday until Feb. 18, tbe day that Snaith's assembly railing claim is to (Slim* up. Tis* entire calendar ha- lieen cleared up. Awards Lave been made in ail lait two rases. THE NEW It A MPERANCI ALLIANCE. Two Murderers limned. Clinton, Ia., J tm. 18.—Isaiah ami Charles D**nt, *xd*»rvd, were huug.sl here y*-stenlay for tbe murder *»f Mr. Praetori*»us, near Ethel, I JA, whom they waylaid and shot July I, 18HQ. The men were *x>urageous on Uh* smffokL Isiuah made a brief speech, urging lits col* ired friend* to Im* warned by hi- fat**, aud to lie go* si citizens. He had no fault to find w ith his sentence, as he luvd certainly done wr*Hig. Clmrlra atxpiiesced in what 1-aiah sai*l. He wa-. m»t so *n»*Ity as Isaiah as be did lid shoot Mr. Praetorian. Both na*! died easily. Glass Hurtle Trust. IiONDon, Jan. 18.—A glass Bittie trust ha* been formed iii I>>nd<Hi by the uniting of twenty-three firms engaged in the manufacture or sale of glass bottle*, with a view to the maintenance of a uniform pri**e. Accidentally Killed Hints**)!. Omaha, Jan. 18.— Sidney Dillon, a nephew of Hon. Niduey Dillon of New York, accidentally shot ami killed himself while out hunting ou his farm, ten miles northwest of this city. Newfoundland Flections. Halifax, Jan. 18.—A xpe* ial from St John*, N. F., says: The government candidates were returned in the departmental elections yesterday by large majorities. is Joined by tbe Fe a n ge I leal Tem iterance l*ul«*n—Olttcers Fleeted. Philadelphia, Jan. 18,—The stx*oti«l lay’s session of the newly foruvxi Women's Christian ToiiijFeranee alliance was held in the hall of tile A*m*riran Sunday S*-lio*l union y< *ste rd av Mrs. Ii. C. Campbell of Allra ghciiy presided. The pr**-ideut r**|¥>rtc I that the Evangelical Temperance anion, consisting of a inim-ls*r*»f la* I tie, »*ere randy t<* join th** Women's Christian Tempera rn *e alliance. Mrs. Miller, the president of the union, ami Mra. F.llis, the ws*r**tarv, were introduced and the muon was regularly admitte*J. The following ofllc*en» were then elected: I “resident. Mrs, II. C. ('ampb»*ll of Allegheny, vi<x* pi* -id**ut-at large, Mrs. M. S, Shephard <if Ti***'a; cornsspondiugsecretary, Mrs. Ellwi M. Watson of Pliilmlelphia; tr**asurar, Mix Lizzie Phillips of Chester. After the congressional committee had re jiortixl the convention adjournal. At the afternoon session the tx muni tie on resolutions submitt*xl a report which was unanimously adopted. Tho resolutions expressing gratification at the formal organize ti**11 of the Woman's Christian Temperance Alliance with the constitution carefully indicating its object to int*'rest ami unite the women of Pennsylvania in Christian temperance work, declaring that effort should lie ins de to secure the adoption by th* next legislation of a loral option law so that the twenty-niue counties which gave a majority for the prohibitory amendment, and nil other tx Haiti 'n may, by popular vote, have on' opportunity of prohibiting the granting of licenses to rail Ii* pi or; giving the influence of the organization to the raurts to prevent th** grunting of litxMise-, and t*» **nf<in*e tile penalties ligam-t the sale of intoxicating liquors; recognizing t he fact that the non-partisin «*tfort« of Christian te»n|s*raiHx» women are rapidly gaining a*lh**rauts through*Hit the state and country. an«I *xii*ii:illy inviting **o-*f|s*i-ation ami extending thank- t*i the provi-ioual *xsu-mitt*x', the piF'ss, and to other* who have*x>n-tributed t*> the succ*x— of the «*ouferauce. THE WALKER BLAINE FUNERAL. Iii** Arrangements finn plated—Nhuim of the I ’mi I Hearers. Washington. Jail. is. Tlw* arrangements for th*> funeral «if Walker Blaine to-*lay ara all e<ini](letsd. Private nervicea, to which the prxxddent ami niemljera of Hi * cabinet and intimuU* friends lave Ux*n iuviUxl and will atter)*I, will he hold at tliw Biatrn* mansion att lafayette wpmra at IO a. rn. The n*inaln* will then he taken t*i the ( biircll of the Covenant, w hen* the public Heiwice w ill U*gin at 11 o'«,l«'i*‘k, Seats in the Didy of tim church I lave Im •* *tt r**s**rv*xl f*ir m**mbers of the family and relatives, for the pre?-,aleut and cabinet, the diplomatic *xuq*> an*I senators ami representative**. Tie* Rev. Dr. Hamlin will condue! the service* tKith at th** mansioii ami at th** church. The {mil bearers selected ai'**:    William Wharton, John Davis, S. Brown, Marcel lur* Ihiiley. M, L. Barth, A. F. Jenks, S. B. luring, William Haywood. The following will o*‘t as ushers: J. Fenner Dx*, William E. Curtis, N. L. Anderson, A. C. Tyler, T. M. Mason, Tux ton Beale, Frederick Four, Clifford Hi*'balds*rn, Woodbury Blair, Benison Whitehouse, Charlee l**xir, ii. T. Wright, T. S. R*F*lg**ra, GixFrg*' S. Anderson, Richard Smith aud A. F McGnuler. Secretory Blain**, who vin«x* the death of his sou, I rim ramaine*! ut his home, went out fora walk ymtorday. Mr. Blaine is in the *i«x*|i*'st gri«*f, but b**«ra his alit let ion well am! gives no indication of physical prostration. Mill* to be Marted Again. Haverhill, Maw*., Jon. 18.—At a meeting of the state I•<Fin (I of aridtrution l»«*l«I iiere yesteniay th** Monufa* turers' o.-s*F* iotioii was represented i»y Ur**sid**nt RorL'r Gardner, John F7 (tale, **f the firm of Gale Bros., and James B. WiiM*b**ll, ami Hie B*x*t ami Sh«»* Makers' union by M*vssra. Moult*'n ami Sk**ff in ton. Tis* qn«‘-1ion involv*xl in til** labor trod I •!«** were fully disemwwxl, resulting in settling th** difficulties so far as to allow Un* striking employes at Winchell Sc Co.'s shot* faetory to return to work next Monday. This action will unlock Hie doors of th** *»th**r fac-toricM and set th** machinery in motion again all along the line. This r«*sult. has lsx*n resu hcd in tie* controversy an«l w ill Is* hnihxl with joy by averybody in th** community. Sympathy for Their Fellows. Philadelphia, Jan. 18.— Secretary Sin-nott of th** Eastern Glass Moiiufueturers’ a#e sociation yesterday nx'eived the following telegram from Hecnitury Smith of Hie Western (Bass Moriufa*'tur*-rs' a-rjiciatIou, which li*siy was holding a busine.;* u*eeting at i'itts-l*urg: Resolved. Tliat symrFathize with the eastern manufacturer- in !h« strike a ul aeron! to thtnu our heart ant HuprsFrt and will do all iii our power to ai I them in Uteir raa-oaaul*demon is. Meeting called Jon 30, to cxmsi lor the stoppage of western factories.    William    ELLIOTT    Smith. Tile Meeting Fniicd in Disnnler. Liverpool, Jan. 18.—A LiB'ral-Unionist mel ting was It**!.I hcn*y**stcr*lay, whi*‘h Is'gon under most favorablo auspioeM, but ended in a <li-gra x*ful row. Mr. T. W. Russell, Unionist member of parliament for H*Mith Tyrone, ntteniiiitxi t*> make a sjxxx h, but was vig**r«*usly aud p**i"siste:itly hi*-cd, wlier*— up<^>ii he left Hie platform. A trcmendmi'* uproar Miwimxl which em lo I in several fi-t fight- and the inform'd adjournment of U;« meeting.    _ Iteenguixfng It iiizi I. New York, Jan. 1«8.—The consul general in New York of tile Argentin** RejHtblic -tales that on I****’. 3 that govennnent formally ree-ognizwl the n-publi'' **f Brazil ami fixed De**. 8 as a day * if national oelebratkm of the event. On the latter day flags were displayed and all public pla*,eH illuminated in Bueuos Ayres ami salutra were fired l»y Argentine men-of-war at home and abroad. TUE AFRO-AMEKICANS. RESULT OF THEIR DELIBERATIONS AT CHICAGO. A Vigorous I'rotest Agaiust th* Illegal Treatment of Their Hare by Kullroads and (It hr r Co* porat tons — Th* l*ropo«ed League to Ie Rtrlrtly Non-FolltlraL Kstablishment of Htate Oi gantzatloiu*. Chicago, Jan. 18.—The committee on constitution ami by-laws appoint***! Thursday by the Afr*>American convention re|»orted ywe tcnlay The report recommends tin* a«lop-tion of an a icicle declaring that the profs is* si Afro-American league should uot indorse any party in politic, ami that any member using the leagues ]>amphlct's or stationery for a political or jiersonal purp*w*t should Im) ex-|i*'ll<xi. From interviews with several dele-gntes it is learned tiiat Hie g»*neral desire is the organization of a strictly non politiral league, arui that refusing to indorse |*artu*s *x>uld not lie construed as a bolt fr**m either jsirty An article ado]ited sets forth th© ot>-j*s'ta of the l«*ague as follows; “To prot**st against taxation without repnr*-wn tat ion; to **ctire a more equitable distrF button of school funds wl»«re wqierata whools exist; to insist upon fair aud impartial trial wherein their rara is a party; to merit by legal ami reasonable means all mob ami lynch law whereof we ara the victims, and to insist ii j ion the arirat ami conv idiot) of all such offenders against our b*gal rights; to i-esist th© tyraimi**rtl usag**s of railroads, steain-IxiHts and oilier (xjrfKiratioiu* ami the unlawful conduct of their employes, in nil «•*»■**>** where we ara *xmcerne*l, by the prosecution ♦if su«'h rar]x»rations ami their employe* iii -tate and federal courts; to Jailor for the reformation of all penal institutions wlioae liarbarotix treatment of convicts is practiced and to assist emigration from terror-ri*bien wectiona. “The objects of tbe league shall tie attame*! by th© education ai a le*althy |»ubli*' senti-• lieut thr* nigh the me«tium of the pix*ss amt fiulfiit, j si bb** me**tiiigs and addix-sne and by ap|i**aBrig to Hie **ourts for mires.** of all denial of legal ami constitutional rights, the |Hir]M«© of th© league Isling to attain the en*Is desired through )»ea*x*ful and lawful methods.” Other article** wer© adofited which pro rid© for the ©tJahlrihineiit of local and state leagues and the holding of state conventions, (Contrary D» ex]ie*'tation th*irc was nu dc-Itato when Hie anti political ai t b l© of Hie constitution wa** reached and Hie fotlowmg was a*b>pt*xi, with a very few di^v-nting voices; This league is a duo partisan holy sad aujr uiMuitier * r oftlci-r of the executive com nil I tee she sball at fen i pl to ut© till* league for puJltlcal purpose* shall ii© ripened. Any officer of lh© league u]foq b iug elected to soy iKihtleal oftl*'**, or ap|F*Fiiite I to the Ham©, siiall Ii© corn|ielt©,l to resign his off! © in this league. The league adopted renolutions favoring th© Blair bill; urging more *s|ua1 dritributi* of the negro isipulation throughout the «'«»nntry ami a*I vising the colored |»coplo to establish scil* Mils an* I I tanks. HIS REMOVAL RECOMMENDED. One of the Ile-lint©*) Pension Ollie© Fiu-ploye© XI *ist Go. Wabhikoton, Jan. 18.—Gen. Haunt has rn-ornmended to H*«cr**t»ry N*»l)leth«' removal if Henry A. Phillips of New Y**rk, *’hi©f *if the middle divriiofi, ]H'iiai*m lairaau. Mr. Phillijie wa* on© ut Hie employes of the office wh*F.-*> position was re-rat4si (luring the administration of <5 irporal Tanner. Several month.- agt• he was asked by th** secretary of th© interior to rudgit, but fail©*! to <**»inply with th© request. No further action wa.* taken iii this ca*© until yest**nlay. It is un icrst*!**! that some action will soon lie taken in the *’a**f»* of n*wrly all «»/ Hi© thirty em ploy*** whiz**4 |f**il-ions were re-rat**l In the interval tiiat lias ela{M*sl sinra Hi** resignations of tw«> of tim cuipbiy*** were rt*-]iic**t*xl th** fneiuLs of Hie re rat©*I have had on opjmrtuuity to s)M*ak in their liehalf. 'I'his *ji|s>rt.iinity has n**t lie*'n neglected ami mini erous b4tt©rs have als** i*een flied m|tiesting th**ir retenti**n in off!*-©. It is stated that while all these employes will not Is- discharged, yet it is not the intel! bai t** f»lb»w them to continue to mxuipy Misitions of inqsirtamv in the pension bur*-nu Tin is*' that ara not disrlutrged, it is sai*l, will reduced to sulsirdinate placm. The action in the Philli|is ran© Is understood to Im* only a beginning and oth*4r changes in the same Im* will follow. in his letter to the secretary requesting th*' lisniissal of Mr. I’hilli|*s, ('ommrisiom>r Raiiiu states that he thinks such action will promote the efficiency of the service. Slav in Challenge- Sullivan. New York, Jan. 18.—.Slav in c&hk** from London, challenging Sullivan to fight for $12,500 a side, Loudon prize ring rules, in America or Europe, or to fight with small gloves, Polk)© Gazette rules, for $5,000 a si*!*4, at the California Athletic club, provid©*l tlu* club will add a |I5,$() fairs© to Ha) -takes, •qkiv ui Las posted a $2,500 forfeit. Cornl-kry Sign* XVIth th© Hrotherhnod. Chicago, Jan.    IS.—Charles    Comtakey lias sign*xl a Players' league contract for three yrars. He will hereafter I*© th© captain and manager of the Chicog** br*>ther is «>• I t*a rn at a salary Urn Ie ring, it is said, oil $5,U0fi jut annum. Arr©-te*l f«»r Selling littery Tickets. CJolumbur, O., Jan. 18.—Tla4 grand jury has iudi*•ted several {•ei'vons for railing louisiana lottery tickets in Hu.- city. Tile a**tion has rausixi consid'-nibb' excitement among speculators in this cla«> of chance gam©. A New K tnk at A mate rd ans. W VSH I noton, Jan. 18.—The Amsterdam National l*ank of Amsterdam, N. Y., capital $'-?00,0U0, lias l*©en authorized to l***giu tmsri nim. < *ii ar rell I fig Over th© ftule© Cit a ut. ESTON, W. Vra., Jan. 18.—Th*4!-© is a hard buttle going <*n in th© commit!©© on nil©* *»f th© legislature. Th© question ut* which th** Republicans ami D**mo«Tat© s|*Iit is th© limitation of delate. Democrat* want almost unlimited *i* l*Kte, but tlw* Republicans w ill not submit to this, and it is protiaiih* that the battle will ii© fought out in th© full a*, sctubly. A nurntsT of important bills were iiitrxxlucNsd yesterday, among them an Australian *4h*©t bm bdl, an anti-trust, bill and a bill limiting railroad ©hargm and establishing a railroad commission. ERIE STORE Yesterday we gave you Dull Scaaoiis (i(k>(Is to read nbout, to-day we give you more. French shoe blacking...........  3c Large p«*t chains .................. He Assorted cake tim*, per *1**2.........HHJ Extra strong bir*l cage springs.....  8c Fancy shelf brackets, per pair......Uc Heavy tea spoons, (I for ...........5c Heavy table spoons. It for...........lite Box wood mustard spoons..........2c Box tin graters..................... 2c Patent broom holders........  fie Combination stove lifters ......... 7c Heavy iron stove lifters............4c Phoenix shears, nickel plated ..... We \\ arranted best hand steel screw drivers  .......................He Forged steel screw drivers.........5c Bronze drawer pulls..........  4c Bronzed sash lifts .................2c Brorzed shutter knobs............4c Warranted stet*! scratch awls  4c 1-Inch barrel bolts................. Cc Bronzed cupboard catchers......... fie Handy bench vises ..............I    We Enameled tack ( laws............... 4c Door and gale spring aud 3 fixtures. I2»* St linda rd coat and ha! hooks, 3 for. . ftc Chitins line pullies................ilk* 8xlfi iron shelf brackets, per pair. ..18c Double cut gimlet bits..............4c Pea aud coffee strainers...........4c Extra strong enameled strainers.,.. We Waminted best steel kitchen knives. Dc Fancy antique oak towel rollers.... 18c 3 ai in t< w I racks.................. Dc fi hook hat and coat racks...........Inc Farmers’ lanterns. ..............34c Kitchen whet stones ..............10c Extra strong tack hammers.........5c Large iron door bolts ..............Hic Nations! tea ami coffee stands 5c Enameled handle rolling pins  We Enameled handle potato ma llets... We Hard wood potato mashers......... lie Hardwood spoons..........   4c Butter knives.....................5c Bulter prints.....................5c Full si/.© hatchet ..................25c Best steel knives aud forks, per pair. Dc Handy fire tongs  ........... .    25c King lemon aq ne* seers............2t    c Extra long iron pokets.............4c Carpenters’ marking gouges .......Ile Fancy stone tea pots...............Dc Combination household tool........25c Brass stove rests.................. He Boy al shoe polish..................lite Farmers’ moil key wrenches........*23c Large handle tea sleepers.......  Hic Carpenters’ clawf hammers..........IOc Round wood bread plates...........19c Medium size wash basins...........5c Exira large size wash basins.......We IO *|t milk pails, extra heavy, 10c; per dozen........................... $1 Large size and heavy slew pans 12c Medium size aud heavy stew pans.. ,10c Pot covers...................3c,    4c,    5c Tin basins......................... 4c Pie puns........................... 4c Jelly pans........................  5c Apartment dinner pails............85c Fire ciay pots, armoried sizes..28 to 40c ERIE STORE GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Ms- Organized tor IUrrrsllnn New York, Jan. 18.—The Ro**qui*t club ha.- been formed for recreation in th© Ad iron lucks, with a club house, to acquire lands elsewhere as required, and to udopt ami enforce measure© for th© preservation and proportion of gain© u|*on Hi© premises of th© club. The trustees of th© chil* ar**: A. Ignorance Hopkins, New York; John H. Dennison, Williamstown, Mass.; Martin Van Buren Ivew, Potsdam, N. Y.; Charlo© Buckley Hub!** it, New York, and William Howard Doughty, Troy, N. Y. Th© Hnow Itlock adc Fluted. Denver, Colo., Jan. 18.—Th© snow blockade has coelia to an en*!, the first passenger train arriving at Alamora from Durango yesterday. It was one of the severest stormi of the headon. Th© snow drifted in many filar*** twenty feet deep, and in the cut when) Hie trains were stalled the snow was six feet al kfvo the t**p of Hie 'jar* None of tlu* |*a *-rangers suffered as they hail plenty of f*s**l and fuel. Commodore Hull Dead. Philadelphia, Jan. 18. —- Commo*lore Joseph Hull, U. H. N., retired, died in this city yesterday, in his H7th year. He was aj*-pointed a midshipman from Connecticut in 1813 and wa© retired as a commodore tu 18152, Fortugiics© Ministers .Summoned to lion — X'lrtury for Htrlkers. London, Jan. 18. -Th© activity and eam» ratn**s* of th© new premier of Portugal, Ben hor Pimental, in tho pursuit of th© policy of th© ministry is winning more adherant* from th© majority and fast disarming ilia Republicans who saw in th© surrender of tho Conies cabinet to th© demands of England the pretext for agitation, if not actual revolution. Sci * hor Lim* ntal has summoned to 1.1.1 Min th© Portugu***** ministers to Berlin, Vienna ami Rom© in order that Ii© may ver-tmlly instruct them regarding th© deair© of th© government that t hey will ftcndstently Insist that the |*owers shall interfere in the dispute with England in l**4half of Portugal, win mm) rights ha*’© l*©en waiit/*tily trampled tq»on. The announcement of this a*’Hon has greatly conduced to th© flow of a tide of popular confidence in the ministry, aiel it is believed that th© efforts of th© representatives thus instructed will rrault iii a considerable mitigation of the severity of England's ultimatum, to tho end that a mutually satisfactory understanding may bo arrived at. Tile Portuguese colony in Paris has held a representative meeting at which resolutions were |*ass©d condemning th© course of Hi© Engli-h government and thanking tho French press for their efforts to somr© til© prevalence of right in th© dispute lait ween Portugal and England wherein Hi© progi nas, prosperity and honor of Hie former is pitted against tbs unscrupulous gree*l of Hmf latter. WORTHIJtHR Ot’tS, It has Ims-u di.-.*srvcr*si that Hie 110-D>n guns curr ied by the ldJkG-ton man-of war Benbow of th** Mediterranean fl**©t, ar© entirely worthless for th** purpoee for whh’h Hwy were deigned. This was intimaUsi s*»m« tun© ago by P«*stmast©r General Ila Ik rn, who took •jf'casion in a speech a day or two ago to denounce Hi© further exjs’^litura of money in th**ir cr»nNtni*’1 i*»n. The statcmenta coiiraniing Hi© guns now put birth by naval experts confirm the assertions of Mr. Raikra and have greutiy depressed th© enthusiasts who advocated th«4r construction. HH* (KM A KEIM WIN THEIR NTRI K E. Th© strike of the shoemakers of Bristol, which has been in f*r**greMH for some time, has ended in favor of the strikers, who have gained every point for which they contended. Tho strike of tho lul*»rerH employed in handling grain at Liverpool is extending and b ars ar© entertained that sympathetic strikes of large pro|¥>rtion.H may grow *mt <*f IL It iia* trail?*]Fir***I that the deficit of the recent turn feet at Munich, a large sum, was privately made up by Priiwe Regent I*eo-poid. The state prosecutor of Austria is preparing to institute pr«*c«©diiigs against the governor of Wotiowic'e, Austro-Poland, for abetting traffic in wliite slaves. must A Jewelry Store Gobbed. Newark, N. J., Jan. 18.—Th** jewelry factory *»f M*s’kri*lge Sc Bons, **n Railnsxl av*»-nue, was enter***! by tnirglars yraterilay morning and $3,500 w**rth *»f jewelry taken. Th© thieves blew the safe open. Shear Works Destroyed. Fremont, ()., Jan. 18.—The (Tauss she*-works of this city were destroyed etfv fire las! night. Lush, $50,000; insured for $41,0U) They will rebuild at once. Portuguese Republican Manifesto. Lisbon, Jan. 18,—O'Heculo, a Republican journal, publishes a inanifeHto issue*! by the tho Republicans of Portugal. The ]>ronunH*-mento *letiounc©a Hi© ultimatum of Hie English government ami strongly orlvocatea latin federation as a pre vent) ti va of similar artsof aggremiou andoj*prrasion. This scheme, it -ays, is making great pr*»gresH and Hie for*-© of this movement is seen in Brazil. Th© manifesto is very moderate in tbn©. It does not advocate revolution, but rather appeals to tl»© |*©**]*!© to rewirt to milder measure© as a mora ©ffe*'tive means of su<xN)sa. All of tho now*|*apers counsel prudence and moderation on tlu* part of the govennnent and the people. A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLWAY GOODS 304 MAIN STK KET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. For Finest W all Paper call at Monroe s. ;