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NOKFQ-LKi VAM SATURDAY. JANUARY 26. 1895. EBIO!S2aKNTS No Deckled Change in the Trol? ley Strike Situation. MANY CARS DEMOLISHED. Ctrike of Linemen Extended. Ex iensivc Wire Cuttings and Diffi? culty of Repairs. Father O'Hare Promises to Maintain Peace. By Southern Associated Pros*. vjUooi.yn, January 25.?No do ci?ed obaugQ rot tbo bettor was noticeable in tho trolley etriko situ? ation to day. The rneu and tho companies uro tis far apart as ever, end there Beeaia to bo no immediate airospeot ot either bide strengthen? ing. l'rcsideut ijowie, of the Brooklyn Heights Company, churned to day ;hut n dozen of his old hands had applied to him for their old posi? tions nud hnd been reinstated, uud lie expressed tho opinion that this V>as the beginning of the end, as a general weakouiug m tho strikers' runks might now be expected. The strike lenders emphatically denied Itnit any such break hud occurred, declaring that their ranks are just its milid now as when tho troublo ifcgun. The striko of tbo lineman wits ma? terially extended to day, as was evi <leuccd by tho difficulty with which Jbc coin panics operated lines on winch wires bad been cut. A uuiu tor of wiro cuttings was roportod during tho day on tho different lines oatisiug more or less trouble to the compunies, lint this sort of wurfuro on the pnrt ot ttie strikers or their sympathizers was uot so ox lensiva as that of yesterday. The Eastern district ot Brooklyn, llidgewood and Maspeth wcro the scenes of various disorder nud yio ienco to-day. Lars wore hold up oud Bloued, and in several casts pistol shuts wore lired at policemen, In tho K?stern district a mob ol about 2,000 persons attacked seven Hailed curs of tho Flusuiug and Graham aveuuo hue, at Drigge ami Manhattan avenues, at 2:30 p. in. After drawing oQ tbo motormeu <tud conductors the mob wreaked the cars completely. Tho moli then moved on to Bed? ford avenue, where it demolished *i\ more oars belonging to tho cross town loads, it also cut tue trolley Wire for four blocks. The polioi charged tha mob, which move.I on toward Green 1'uiut. At Nostrand and 1'ark avenues more cars were stalled. An at lack was attempted on them. For noarly ?u hour the police plied their club continually. The mob refused ut first to move, but after several Charges edged off, 'liiere was nu tniluiu in that section of the city, Father O'Hare, of .St, Anthony's Church, had assured Mayor Scuirou that he would undertake to kocp or tier iu that part of tho city, i'hii afternoon ho was Bnmmoned to the cceue of disorder to use his ltillu once in quiotiug tho mob, The mob, numbering Hevcrul thousand, bad Surrounded a car and was shoutim. lor tho motormau to desert. This tie refused to do. Father O'Hare |>UBhed bis way through the crowd, und, jumping on board the car, ol fered tho motonnuu a ?10 bill to leave in order to restore order. Tbo tnotormau took tho money and do purled. This act was received with Cheers, and order was gradually ob tamed. .lust at this moment Father O'Hare received a message from Mayor Hehiren, iu which tho Mayor fluid that if order was not maintained in Green Point he would bo oocn polled to solid the militia there, u'tio priest read this message aloud find then appealed to bis auditors to disperse. Ho told thorn of Ins us euraneo to Mayor Bobireu and he Loped that tho people would assist him iu keeping order. Shortly after a mob at Bedford avenue and tho Bushwick Creek bridge tore down the trolley wire and wero about to attack a ball dozen Stalled cars, when tho police and a detachment of troops hove iu eight, Tho green motormeu had deserted tho curs and u patrol wagon with others wero brought from the cur Cables. When they suw the crowd they refused to alight from the wagon and wer? taken back. The Iiolioo and soldiers uro guarding the tidied curs. (Special Policeman Meehan, whilo Tiding; on a car on Manhattan mo? bile, was shot at by Bomo ouo iu a trowd, Tho bullot grazed tho of? ficer's head. Prior to tho shooting Ihoicar had beoti stoned and every |lass in it was sliatlorod. J-intu this afternoon r. oar from Nowtown, containing forty non union men, was held up near Mus rjeth and a number of tho men wero inducod to join the stnkors. A de? tachment of tho ?oveuth Kcgiment jrom Kidgnwood, nssietod by tho police, captured a fow of tho non Miou iuuu and took tltoai to the Maspeth stntiou of tho Brooklyn Heigbta Company. T?u Btrikeis cluiiu that thirty men deserted, joinod tboin and wore sout to their borucK iu otbor oities. In Uidgewood a our was hold up ot Gatos and liuuiburg, avenues this afternoon. Tho crowd tried to over? throw the car, but wero dispersed by details of tbo Seventh Begimont and tbo Sixty-ninth Battuhou. Two wouaou iu tho cur wero badly fright? ened. No arr?BtB wore made. At tho corner of dates and Ever? green uvouues tuiB evening n motor man of tbo Green and Gates avenue lino was struck with a btouo thrown from tho crowd ami knocked down lie recovered shortly and took bis our, witb several wiudows broken, to tho end of the journey. Those wero the chief disorders of the day ami oc urred practically in tho suburbs of the city. In tbo city proper, outsido of wire cutting, tbo disordorH roporte? were priueiuaily of a minor char? acter. Humors of ilynaiuito wero current to day. Au alleged bomb was found ou tbo triVlley tracks ut Fulton street and i'iatbuab uveuuo. A man who failed to give bis uuniQ carried tbo bonil? to tbo First Precinct station. Tbo suspicious looking thing was ut onco sent to Superintendent of Police Cumpboll, who, with some alarm, hurried it to tbo navy yard for tho experts there to innko an examination. Com? mander Pliner, of tbo Ordnance I 'opnrtmout, turned tho supposed j deadly explosive over to Gunner .lumes 11 uyes uud Lieut. Com? mander llauuis. Tho alleged bomb was ouo und n halt inches thick und live inches in diameter, It was oyliuder Bbaped, weighed two pounds and had n mo tallic case,covered with-Japan black. A luiis cotton fuse protruded from I one end. The gunner first tried to j explode it by tho use ot tbo "slow j match," lulled. Then a iiro was) built and the alleged torpedo' placed in it. Alter hull an hour's wait it refused to explode. Another lire was built und the out side of the cylinder saturated with oil. It was placed iu tbo gecoud lire, this timo for tbo purpose of melting the caso and thus explode any destroying properties that might be inside. After half hour's wait no explo sion took place and the ollicials came to the conclusion that tho thing was a hoax, Gommaudet Elmer said he would have u more thorough exami? nation made in the evening anil re? port to the polioe. .John Strong was held in tbo Lee Avenue Court, Williamsburg, to dav on a charge ot carrying cuueealtd weapons. The police think he is a dangerous anarchist, Special Oili cer Tammany found Strong at uu curly hour ibis morning acting in a suspioous manner iu the vicinity of tiraud street on Drigge avenue, ills answers to <iuestionB did not taint l'aiumauy, who locked him up, When searobod ut the station L'ammuuy nearly fatutod when bei (muni that bis prisoner bad small dynamite bombs and a large loaded revolvet in his pockets. "1 wanted to make things pleasant for somebody," be said, when asked what lie intended to .to with the bombs. They were placed in pails of water in the Bedford avenue station. Strong seemed unconcerned when nrraigued iu court, aud told Justice (ioettiug that ho did not euro what became of him. Ho refused to say it be was concerned iu tho strike, eitliei through s-ympitthy or by cm ploymoiit. Judgo Goyuor said late to night that Ins deoision m regard to the torm of writ to issue wiil not be handed down UQtll to morrow morn? ing. Tbo Board of Arbitration and Me tliutiou has returned from Albany in response to the resolution adopted by the Legislature, and will at onco take hold of the situation, The board has located itsolf at the Hotel St. Ueorgo and Boot Btiliptunas to Mayor Schiren. (leu. MoLeer,Presi? dents Lewis, Norton ami Wickers, tbo members of tho Btriko commit? tee and others w ho can give inform atiou about what ia going on. The hoard will also attempt to bring tho warring factions together, Tho bearing was begun this aftoruoou, ?(evolution I'eitdiiiti in IIa Isar la. Uy Southern ABSociatod Preis BEitr,iN, January 25.- The St. Be torsburg correspondent of the frankfurter Zeitung says a revolu? tion is impending iu Bulgaria, The tnovoiuout, which aims at tbo depo? sition of Prince Ferdinand from tho Bulgarian throne, ie under the con? certed leadership of ex-Promior SlainbnloiV mid AJ. ZunkolV, tho no? torious agitator, who recently re? turned from cxilo by virttio of a grant of amnesty by tho govern? ment, .Jewelry, cut glut-;, silvorwuro ami brio-a-brao' at reduced prices, pre? vious to inventory, Chapman & Jakemau. Caps of all kinds at tho lowest pricop. L. .Jack Oliver & Co., but? ters, 111 Main street, i Passes the Senate by a Majority of Ten. MR. MORGAN ITS CHAMPION The Sundry Civil Bill Passes the House. Abolition of Gold Cer? tificates. Moonshine Whis? key in Congressional Debate. I3v Southern Associated TroBU. Washington, January '2."j.?Sen- j ate.?The long parliamentary strug? gle over the Nioaraguan Canal bill came to u close iu the Scuute to day, and the bill was passed by a vote of III yeas to '21 nays. From 2 o'clock p. iu. until "> the time was consumed in a discussion, iu which tho speeches wore limitoii to live min? utes, ft was sometimes carried on iu a pretty angry fashion, but noth? ing very important or interesting was said on either side of tho qucs tion. At o'clock tho talk ceased aud voting began?tue result of the lirst vote indicating n safe majority for the bill. Several amendments were accepted by Mr. Morgan, who hud oharge of the bill, and wero agreed to as a matter of course. Tho most important amendment was ono which was offered by Mr, Pryo aud which was amended on the motion of Mr. Woloott. ThH dual amend? ment requires the work of euual con? struction to tie divided into sections and to be given out on contract to tbo lowest responsible bidder after advertisement?the aggregate award not to exceed the amount ol ?70,? 000,000. The substitute offered by Mr. Turpie,requiriug a preliminary sur? vey and estimate and report on the practicability of the Meuooal route, was defeated?yeas, 23; nays, '2'J, Aud finally the hill was passed by a majority of Id, and will now be sent to tho Houne of Representatives for tho action of that body, Tho bill as passed provides that tho capital stock of tho Maritime ( anal Company, of Nicaragua, shall consist of a million shares of $100 oaoli; it authorizes the company to i>suo :i per cent, bunds to th.' amount of 870,000,000, which shall ho endorsed and nuaruutocd by tbo treasury of tho United States, and shall bo Beeured by a lirst mortgage on all the property of the coinpauy. Tho interest on these bouds is to bo pun! by tho coinpauy us it fulls duo, and <>u failure to do so is to be held to pay 1 per cent, luterost to tho United States. Aud such de? fault shall also bring with it the right of foreclosure and sulo. Iu consideration of tho guaruutae the United states is to receive $70,000, 080 in stock ol tho oompauy;$G,000, 000 of tbo stock is to go to the government ol Nicaragua, one aud one half millions to the government oi' Costa Liioa and tbo remaining twenty-two and ono-half millions are to go to extinguish former is? sues tu stock and to tho construc? tion of tbo canal. Ten of tho fifteen directors of the company are to be appointed by the President of tbo 1 nited States, with the advice and consent of the Senate. 'iho morning hour, from noon till 2 p. in., hud boon spent in a debate over tbo lluwuiiuu question, Mr. Mills making a liery speech in con? demnation of the menus by which the Provisional Government was es tul lished aud in defense ot the ! course of the administration, Tho subject will come again to-morrow. i he Senate at 0:20 p. in, ad? journed. liousR.- .Mr. MoCall (Rep.), of Massachusetts, reported favorably Iroiu the Committee on Elections his t ill to refor CODlOSled Congressional elections to the United States Courts for tho districts in which tho con? tests occurred, Mr. Harrison (Dem.),of Alabama, reported from the Committee on ibu Judiciary the recommendation of the committee upon tho memorial of the Central Labor Union ot Cleve? land relating to certain clerk's fees collected by Judge Picks of the United btatos Court for tho North? ern lbst not of i duo. Tho report concludes with the statement that thu coinnuttoo has urioptcd tho following resolutions: l,/\'c6olocd, 1 hat while tho com? mittee is not satisfied that Judgo Augustus J. Kicks has been guilty of uny wrong committed while .lud;-;o that will justify it in report ing a resolution ot impeachment, yet tho couimittuo cannot too strongly oousure tho practice under which Judge Kicks made up ins ac? counts, which resolution a majority of this committee havo instructed mo to report as its action iu thu promises with the roootnmendation that tho same bo adopted by tho llotiso of Roprosontativos." Mr. Bailoy gave notice that tho minority would (lie their views to? day or to morrow, for which leave was granted by the House. Thu Suudry Civil bill was then , taken up und was dually disposed of. The tolal amount curried by the bill, us it puBBod, wub 889,073, 121, rt uot increase of 8107,900 over tbo it mount no report ml. Tho bulk of tbo iucrooBo was duo to tbo re? quirements of tho now printing hill. Two important olUDgM in logisln tion wero made by tlio hill. Ono was to restore to the Scc.rotary of ' tho TroaBiiry tho disoretion that formerly was vested in him to ibsiio uotos of Blieb denominations as ho may doom host, instead of being re? stricted to tbo reisnuo of such do nominations as may bo cancelled and retired. Tbo other ouango was tho aboli t ion of gold certificates. Two amend? ment- nfiored by Mr. Combs, of Now York, wero adopted. One pro? vides tbat no marc gold certilicates shall bo printed ami that nil Blieb certificate.'', boroufter received there? by shall bo cancelled, Tho other provides.that after July 1st, 1893, gold certificates shall not bo re? ceived for customs dncB, not count? ed aB part of tbo lawful reserve of any national bank. The motion by Mr. Settle (Rep.), of North Carolina, to strike out the paragraph appropriating $60,990 for detecting aud bringing to pun? ishment the violators of tho internal revenue laws, was disoussod at some leugtb. Tata (Dem.), of Georgia, offered an amendment to striko out the clause permitting the use of tho appropriation for information and detebtion of such violations. Mr. Bonbon (Dom.), of Alabama, said that t|ie maintenance and pay of informers, as provided in the paragraph, was an outrage upon the free institutions of our Uovernmout aud liberty of its citizens, ft was it fact, be said, that would not be do nied, that Deputy Marshals aud revenue ollicers had conspired to secure fees under the law, He would vote, he said, to abolish tho whole internal revonuo system aud come to direct taxation upon the people before ho would vote for auch n proposition. The provision iu tbo bill was also antagonized by Messrs. Settle, T?te and Swanson, (Dem.) of Virginia, the last of whom oli'ored un amend ?mont-tbat no money be paid except to it regulrr'iy appointed omeor of tho government. Mr. Savers closed tbo discussion in a ten miuuto .speech that drew about him all the members on the door, lie asked why the Govern? ment should not use every force within its power to enforce tbo laws for tho collection of iuteruul rove nue. The provision attained had been included in appropriation bills for many years. There was no ob? jection, he said made here to tho provisions for collecting customs revenue. From somo figures which ho held in bis band .Mr. Suyeru said it was easy to seo why the gentle men from Ni ttl: Carolina, Georgia und other Stutea were opposed to appropriation to eoforoe the law, "Before the corn oropof last year had been gathered 145 illicit dialil lerios bail been Beized. Of these 183 were iu North Carolina and 13'2 in Georgia. These illicit distilleries carried on their business to the do trimeut of the revenue laws, und, bidiug iu tno woods aud bills of that country, murder tho ollicers which tho Government sends out to pre? vent loss to its revenue. Why should not tbo Government endeavor to seeurjAthc observance of Ub laws in 1 Georgia ami North Carolina the I same as in other States?" A Voice?"Any illicit distillers iu Texas?" Mr. Suycrs--"There nro none. Tho law is observed in that State. Moonshico whiskey is made in these other States und shipped into Texas and wo waut to Btop it." Sevorul Moiubors?"It goes, ovi dontly, whore there is tbo greatest demand for it-" i Laughter i. Mr. Simps.in -"Do 1 uu.(erstand tho gentleman to soy there are no il? licit distilleries iu Texas'/" Mr. Savors "There are nono in that State." Mr. Simpson "That must bo be? cause there arc no bills thoro to hide behind." Laughter. . Mr. Bayers?"Well, Mr. Chair? man, we don't carry it around in our eanes as they do in Kansas, I Laughter. Texas does uot pre? tend to be u Prohibition State aud then violuto the law iu every nook and corner. Loud laughter. Later Mr. Sayors was interrupted by Mr. Swaneou, who usked if it was not a fact that the abolition of tbo fee system had boeu reoom mended. Mr. Sayors replied that ho did not know it, "and 1 am uot willing to take the gentleman's word for it as long as bis election to this llouso depends upon the moonshine vote." Tho sevorul amendments wero re? jected?that to strike out the para? graph entirely being loet by a vote of 50 to 76. At 5:05 p. in. tho House took a roccss uutil 8 p. m. to consider pri? vate pension lulls. "Newest Discovery."?Ext. teeth nopain. N. V. D. Rooms, If. 2 Main. ?o family should feel safe without a bottle of Ourato) iu the house. All druggists keep it, DO cenlB, Children Cry for Natural Anxiety Over Heavy Gold Withdrawals, DISCUSSION IN THE CABINET Total Cold Taken Out Yesterday $7,150,000. Assistant Secre? tary Curtis Says There is Nothing to Cause Any Uneasiness, DrSonthorn Aaaouiitfod Pros?. Washington, January 20.?Tho Treasury lost by gold withdrawals to-day au follows: At Now York, $0,700,000; at Pon? ton, .-? 150,000. Total for day. S7, 10(1,1)00. Of tho $6,700.000 withdrawn at Now York $5,200,000 was in gold coin aud $1,50 1,000 in (told burs. Tbo gold withdrawals to-day re? duced tho Treasury gold reserve to $50,582,858. Thoro was a natural anxiety all day iu the Treasury Department ovor tho gold situation. Assistant Secretary Curtis was in frequent communication by tho long dis? tance telephone with Assistant Treesnrer .lordau at Now York. During tho t'nhiuoc meeting a message from New York ntnting that up to 12 m. $1,000,000 in gold hud already withdrawn with more withdrawals in sight, was de? livered to (Secretary Curtis at the White House. It was laid before tho Cabinet and formed )>art, ot" the general discussion ol tho ?unuoial discussion which was in progross. After tho Cabinet mooting Secre? tary Carlisle was tor some lime closeted with Assistant Secretary Curtis. Mr. OurtiB stated after? wards that there wus no public an uouncemeut to bo niitdn. The gold drain, he said, had been heavy, but thcru was nothing iu the situation to pause uneusiuossi Tho general Treasury condition was good aud the receipts continued heavy. It is intimated that tho President may cousider it proper within a low days tu officially call tho uttentiou of Congress to the continued druia on tho Treasury gold rosorvo aud to submit (outsido of any liuuneial meuHiiro dealing with tho currency qnostion) eertaiu suggested methods of providing a remedy lo meet tho existing conditions. During tho day Assayer Mason, at New York, wus authorized by telegraph to sell gold bars for ex? port at an uddttiomil churgo of ' of 1 per oeut. over tho weight value. This was done under section 3 of the uct of Mutch 0, 1891, which em? powers t he assayor to sell gold burs 'with the approval of tho Sec? retary of the Treasury, but not otherwise," Tho extra ol one per cent, covers assay expenses and wiiu lixed hy Secretary Carlisle. Tbo purchase of gold bars by ex? porters at a premium is explained us evidence thai gold coin is of such light weight, i>tit still staudard weight by law, that gold burs, even at tho slight premium, are more profitable for export purposes thuu the gold coin. Jf Congress does not become ac? quainted with tho true coudillou of the treasury, it will not ba the luuit of Secretary Curbs'c, Tho new daily statement of tho troastiry s condition, is by direction of Secre? tary Carlisle, sent daily to the Pres? ident, cabinet officers, and to euch Senator uud representative. (?old Hal unco. Ily Koutboru Adsociao.l Press. New York, January -">.- There wore withdrawn from the sub-treas? ury today for export $'1,750,000 in gold coin, and $1,000,000 iu gold nulluni was purchased from the as Bay oflioe at a Blight premium und wad deposited in the Mercantile Sufo Deposit Company and will not bo exported. Total for tho week, $12,030,000. Tho Treasury ollioiuls declined to stut" the amount of premium paid for the gold bars. There was a report in Wall Street in the afternoon that u formal call for subscriptions to $50,000,000 f> por per cunt, bonds would be issued Monday. It was said that tho Ad? ministration had decided not to wait for action of Congress rogarding U per cent, bonds, as tho heavy with? drawals of gold were too formidable a factor in tho situation. The gold b'llaiicoof the Treasury is now about 7,500,000. The lowest balaueo on record was on August, 1S1U, whon it was $52,189,000. _ I,lice < Iirtum?. Oonuino Brussels, lovoly patterns, $5,50 por pair; Irish point, ;?."> per pair; prettiest Nottingham ever in tho city, Special one week. Creecy iV JL>ill~ 188 .Mam streot. LAST CHANCE At the Great Cle;:rin? Sale of Dress Goods, Cods and Capes, Ladies' and Boys" Shirt Waists. The inducements offerod will oloao out the above goods this week. 15, A. ttuundore, 172 Main street. Pitcher's Csstoria*? \ll KplMCOpOl Cftlleffa lit licdford i.v Houthoru Associated Pr IBS. Bkdkoiid Oitt, Vn? January 24.? oouiniitteo empowered to repre? sent tho Southern Diocese of tho Protestant Episcopal Church iu thin State on January Nth secured a sixty days' option on tho llotol Bedford property. If everything can ho satisfactorily arranged this diocoso expects to establish n college for young men. Whilo it is proposed to nave a curriculum especially adapted to the needs of thuolngical fitudonts. the school, ii established, will aliord tbo sumo liberal education to all j oomers us is ollcrud by other col? leges. Bedford City is the choice of tho committee, on account of its possessing so many advantages iu location, climate, und, in faot, iu every way. Itridtrcm Uta i'otoiuitc. Hy Kouthoru AsHooiateil Press. Wasuinuton, January 25.?The House Committee ou Inter-State nud Foreign Commerce to-day took favorable action ou tbo bill provid? ing for a memorial bridge across tho I'otomac between Washington and I bo Arlington Cemetery, Tho bill wiib amended so as to require tho Government to bnar tbo entire cost of tho structure, $600,000, of which amount $100,000 was appropriated, It was Ural proposed to make tho District of Columbia government pay half tho cost of tho struuliiro. For Huffnr Iii?tintv? _ By Southern Assouiat itl Press , Nkw OltiiEANS, January 25.?A big delegation of business men of this city, headed by President llny deu, of the Whituuy National Bank, aro trying to arrange to leave hero to-night for Washington by special car, to endeavor to have a personal interview with President Cleveland on tho sugar bounty question, tiled ???? tin; Mri-i'l, By Bouthorn Associate)) i'reas. Baltimoub, Md., January 25,? Miss Mury Smith, 30 years old, of Newport Nows, Yo., who was visit? ing relatives in this oily, was taken ill ou tbo btrect this afturuoon ami died iu a few miuutos. It is thought pleurisy was tbo cauto of tho young woman's doatb, Enrcwcll Itiiiimr. IBy Southern Associated Press. Pout QIonuoh, Va., January25.? The ollicers of tho garrison gave it i farewell ilinucr to Admiral Mcade, Oapt. Pvans and (ho ollioors of tbo Qoet at tbo club room this evening. .Tho Now York aud Giuoinnati ex? pect to remain hero until Muuduy. A few of those tailor-made over coats still left. Wo aro selling them at cobt for cash. Nichols o: Wallace, 169 Muiu streot. coo tinvor'b lodiiooi iu uiuniuiiu.'.. 300? head-300 ?OF? AT AUCTION, Tuesday, Jan. 29, '95, AT 10 A.M.. AT THE Norfolk Horse Exchange. Tobe soll for tho high dollar, con guotl to us iruin the followtug well known shlpj er-: A. Ashler, .0 head of lior*i m U Li. Drtcou, U> head of ilursoj 1.. Coi laus, 20 hetul ni llorsesi 11. W. Parr,'id uead of Horses; V, K. Hafer, JMS llia luf Horses, .loo hcu n.;. -.'1 Ii <ul ol 11 or o.s. Robert San Ih^;u, ? 0 lioail of Horses: w m. <1. Heart, Poplar Planes, Ky,, .'>0 liHftii ot Mules: Maxwell .v Orouch, 25 lioad ol Alulo-. John Holm in, B0 head of Mules. Our usual terms will he obsorvod?nl> solute sale, no ay-bidding. Twenty-four hours' triil. und if stock is nut ?a repro soiitoil. yourmonoy will bo rotnudoil. w-i wi-h tu cull the Httoiition of the Jiul 1 e. to tho fact that wo have auction aid 1.0 ory TITKdOAi nnd t" It I DAY, and also tmt wo have on hand, for private vale, a large hue of H?rnen and Mulos, The ?iSieirv-t-lcClE?in Im Stc:k Co., _ 60 and 59 1*2 L'uioa street. Sensible Suggestion Jn* viow 01 tho fact that tho annual dividends au<( easb surplus on Northwestern Policies aro so much Isrgor than thoso of New ^ork Companion, you can make money by 1 zebangiug any others for Northwest? ern polices D. Humphreys & Son, AG EN PS. I? AY ER !&i CO., DKAtiBUiJ IM Railroad -:- Steamboat ?and?; fj'K?ill Swipplio?.3 * and; 6 West Market jSquara Ten Thousand Demoralized by Japanese Shrapnel, ARTILLERY ONLY EMPLOYED Fiokl Marshal General Oyama'g Headquarters. Provisions nro Scarce at Yung Cheng. Japanese Transports Landed. By Bonthorn Associated Pram. London, January 25.?A dispatch to tho Central News from Tokio Hays that under dnto of linrpiug, January 21th, (afternoon), Gen. Nogio reports as follows: "The Chinese, 10,000 stroug, from Tui Dai-Yea, advaucod to our outermost; hues of defeueo. Artillery was only employed mi both sides. The oocmy was soon routed and demoralized by our shrapnel, and retreated in two bodies, one to the Northward anc\ tho other taking n Northwesterly direction. A dispatch from Yung Cheng, dated January 25$d, noon, says that Field Marshal Gen. < )yuma has es? tablished his headquarters there. The third licet of transports arrived at doy break ou January J:id, and tho troops they conveyed wero suc? cessfully landed. iUost of tho livilian inhabitants remaining in tho vicinity aro peacefully disposed. Food and water uro scarce. En? gineers aro repairing tho roads, in order to enable tho artillery to bo moved rapidly. No opposition to tho landiug oZ troops has beou met with except ou thu occasion of tho landing of tho lirst detachment of murines, whou tho resistance of tbo Chinese battery was very feoblo. Tho outposts do not lind any truce of the ouomy, who bavo apparently retreated to Wei Hai-Wei or into tho interior. inn <?> Uuying Glasses In the old * \<* way?guessing at what yon think I? is right. I'll examine your eyes X free ol cost, and furnish you .it ? :i niodfcrate price % GLASSES THAT SUIT, f t DR. QEO. D. LBV Y I 17 GRAN BY STREET. ? FrCTSLADE & GO., Railroad, Steamboat and Mill Supplies. 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