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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York Robes, tens, WHIPS. or um INS, IKK, jr. Y. 864. liies, :TS, 4 Center St. ices. ro ANEW RULING HACHINB for ruling all kinds of blanks ia the latest audition to the .Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Com pan ALEXANDER'S Coal and Wood Yard.Tm Central Avenue, opposite Nickel flate i of Hard and Soft Coal, Kree i lots dopot. All grades UMU auu ami i; Lumber, Shingles and Lath. 1 ieliv Correspondence for wholesale 1 LEX. M. MANN, Practical Plomuer, Oas and Steam Fitter. Special attention given to Sanitary Estimates given on numbing. Gas Heating and Hot Air Furnaces. 1C. Third street. i> B. orFFORD, 123 and MS Central Are. Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Photographs of Babies a specialty. Sitters need not wait for sunshine except tor babies. IHVIHO, 1'ro- 1) pnetor, Mo. 16 K. Second street, near Buf- falo street. Dunkirk, N. V. Magazines, Mu- nc, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Orders promptly attended to. All -work ALKSMKN Wanted hevtor, N" v. BOUCHER'S CBOCKEBT HOU8B, DOS Central Aieuue. Wholesale and retail dealer in iM.iortcd and Glassware, Ac. UHAS. n. HAKK18. 221 central Ave. Gen- eral Insnranoe, Life, Accident and >ire. Before traveling inBDre TOUT ifc in the old reliable Travelers'." Real Estate Agent Loani negotiated on property. HOTEL, Bates, II per clay. Livery and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Kilter, SSS and 337 Lion street. llTY BAKRBR SHOP Chas. Nagle, Prop, nder Lake Shore National Bank, Center and Third streets. A Foreign and Demonic Ligarm. corner flue stock of 8B8 Center street, Practical hone-ehoeis. Particular attention paid to interfering hones. Shoeing of road au trotting horaea a specialty. i> UNK1BK EVENING OCSEBVEB. Largest Daily la the County. An unequalled adrertising medium. DUNKIRK ENOENKERtNO COMFANY. Formerly Sellew A Popplo. Manufacturers ol Kngines, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forcings, Uutings, and Machine Work to order. SHIRT CO., 203, 206 anil 207 Center street, Mauutauturers ol the "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" perfect fitting Dma Shirta. On sale in all leading turiUHhing. clothing and dry goods houses m Dunkirk, i month. colic I'll) mi, cuargeofiny business For Kent or Sale. :-.UPBIGHT PIANO JIANDSOMKKT PIANO MA NL'FA Dr. TOOMKY, and 136 Lion street, Dealer In Flour, Feed, salt. Baled ilay, Phos- phates, etc. Established, 1377. EKH HOTEL and Dining Saloon, Union Depot. Easy access to all trains and bus- iness bouses. Bent accommodations for Com- mercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. EHLEBSAGO., and 99 E. Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- Bolstering. Picture Frames made to onlcr. rp D. MATTKSON CO., 801 Central Ave., Leaden of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. rTARKLJ. STEAM HKATINC1 CO., Manufacturers of steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. jrOMK 8TEAU LAVMDRY. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOo; Collars, Ic; Cuffs, to, and Lace Curtains. J'rea Deliv- ery. A. W. Sv7 Center street. ENTIRE INTERIOK C EXACTLY LIKE THE AND ON PRECISE- LY THE SAME PRIN- CIPLE. Height J ft. in; Width D Jt.3 in Depth? 11.4 in II K. OKHM, E. Third St., cor. ot Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes. aWHY WKILKR'8 NKW STORE. 103 B. Third St. Books. Stationery, Musical In- audweekly Papers, and everytbipg pertaining to a first class book store. Scbooi Books a specialty. JOB PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St.] JH. VAN BTJREN BON, Fire. Life, Accident and General Insuraeiw. Deal- ers in Beal Estate and Loans. Particular attention paid to the care of property collect- ing rents Ac. 219 Center at.. 2nd floor. vr PHARMACY. 300 Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paints, Oils, Ac. PEKKINS. J. W, 209 Center street, Manufaotnrer and dealer in Hrtrness, Saddles, Undies, uollars, Buffalo Bobes, Hone Covers.Uloves.Mi tteiu and Sleigh Uobes. T. W. Murray, 1 337 Lion street A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and Uas Fitting. Workmanship guar- nteed. Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mcblin Sons' Piuno willi which reduces the tone to a minimum. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Rich- lin Sons' Piano prevents that. Do you want ft genuine Grand in Up right case? Then the RIeblin Sons will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, lound, yc mellow tone? Then the Mehliu Sons' will charm you. Have you a taste for the artistic? The case of the Mehlin Sons' Piano Italian Renaissance style, with bas-re- lief panels, is a real work of art. and fl for a palace. Do you want a piauo of extraordinary singing quality, and delicacy of touch? The Mehlin Sons' on these points will win your praise. But here we must our limited space will not permit us to mention al! the excellent features of these superb instruments and whether you intend to purchase or not, we invite you to call lor Properly Owners Tlmt the liill Unconstitutional und Needs Modification Kx-Senator by Snj-ii It Speculative The Measure Dcfi-mli-a by Seniors. AIBASV, Jun. senate committee oil the worlilV fair heard arguments upon tin lair bill Among those in opposition to the hill were Dwight und Willinm W Cook. Sciiulni Cmitor, in favoring hill, mid that the nieiihiire bad been very ctlrefully prc-iaircd und that the majority of peonlo favored it. llr. Cook appeared for w Drpxcl James W. J. VV. DclVystcr, Maria W. Ulitivtcnd uml others owning ovui TOO HI i tli of property on HoraiiijjMd'e He that the hill HU.-, um-oli- stitulionnl liiTiiiiM.it authdiues NL-W York i-itj ti, incur iliu-ss for other tluin city and inspect the Mehlin for yourself. Sons' Piaro Jf. 17 But Third street, Fianionable Tailor, Gentlemen will find it to their to call on me beiore purcbuuu elMwuere. PB. CABT A CO, SSS Lion streat. General Ixuut.Olll.Palnter'i Supplies, Oil Cloths, Oracite Ware. A Sherwii, Williams Finland Monroe range. RULING, such as blank-books, ledgers, and all kimU ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 B. Second St. RUDOLPH MOLDKNHAUER, Cor. Third and Buffalo Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and uildiuK Stone. Call on me beJori buying Drunkenness Or the Liqior Habit, Positively Building Stone, your side-walk. RI8LKX CO., T and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Winea, Brandies. Outers! Liquor Store for Family Use, KODKRT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale. Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable ternta. p cm, JX Center street. IMater IB Musical Instrument, and Sewing We make a specialty ol first olass ol Pianos and Farrand 4 Votoy Organs! J. 80] Central ATe. (UB General Insuranee and Real Estate i.Lile, Accident, and L.ITB Stock Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK, N.Y. FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice Is bcrebv given that I have taken ray son. Ruilolpli Koch, into pni-lnei-Klnp will) me in the furniture huaincaH, nntl that the business will hereafter be unik'r [lit! lirm name of Louia Kooli.A Son. I.ouis Kccf. R. HA1RES' QOIDER SPECIFIC, II cm be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar- ticles of low. without the knowledge of the per- son taking It; It is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent ant! speedy cure, whethei the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure In every Instance. 4S pacro book in confidence, SPECIFIC CO.. 1 DS Rac t> St.. ClncInnill.O C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 364 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. V. DEALER IK rn c. JOVKS, 75 K. Third eor. Deer. Salt and Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, Etc. 4XWXLKX, MX MOCKXK. Xnehant Tailor. Ontal KNO9JL VlSa, GOLD f SIL rSR PL A T1NQ A COMPLETE LIVB OF HOLIDAY GOODS of its property toapnvaU' nirj.onilii bill and title docs not indicate Hie vicious which nre lulind in the bill it, isjiiicuiii-liliiticimil ti> condemn ]aml by power of eminent domain for exhibitions or pleasure purposes; tlic in bonds issued would void and not tho holders were in favor (if a fdir anil would lease their land, but do not it mnddiinitl; such a lull was never presented to any legislature; tlie act should lie amended 'I rrnuxllcd so that in no casu shnll a fee rondeimied, and cdiideniiiiition should beonly for the U-i-ni of years necehsai-y for the pro- posed world's fair .lames A. Deuring, another Inrgo property holder, presented snlistuntinlly tlio samp reasons, asserting that while was anxious have the fair held in Nov. "York, they believed that it should be made, consti- tutional, lie spoke for owners of Morning- aide Park in particular, and favored tlie nuiii- ingofthe executive committee in tlie bill. There is 110 provision for i-estorlng the grounds and streets alter the fair is over. John C. Shaw iippi-aral for Mrs. Mary G. Plncliiiey, the lai-p'st probity holder af- fected by tins proposed ills client had given the use of IK r land free to tho com- mittee, but now she protosk'd against taking her land in fee. No particular land is desig- nated, but they may lake anything; and what is more infamous, they can go on indefinitely taking land, as the life of tlio commission is indefinite. Tlio bill has been examined by n ;reat constitutional lawyer, James Car- ter, and he unqualifiedly condemned it as un- constitutional. Kx-Seiiator Bixby said that that there wore behind the bill real estate speculation and schemes ot all kinds that will appear if tho is passed. The ijill bear the closest Inspection. Itisau outiago on the taxpay- ers. Tho commission can take nnything from the Battery to Ontrul park. was in the senate I would movu to strike out tlio eimct- ng clause." Senator Ivps, in defense of the bill, said :hat tliere was no injustice in it to anybody, tor the city couid not appeal against decisions ot the committee uny more than could the jroperty holders. The bill is not unconstitu- tional so fur us that is concerned. The bill was drawn by men who understood thu con- Itltlltidll. Senator Cantor said that tho commissioners were honorable men, perfectly trustworthy ind the bill is in the interest of the people. It is not a scheme at all, but an admirable measure that should Iw passed despite rabid n-otests. If the delay and heal ings asked for by the opposci-s wan gi anted the fair would not be held until 18SW. Senator Fassett said that the direct consti- tutionality of thu bill could not be ileter- nined by the legislature. Ho thought that bo bill was drawn constitutionally and he jchoved that public sentiment demanded the bill. He thought that ix-rlmps the life of tho eommission might lie limited. He suggested a limit of space and n limit of the power of thu commission in securing land iii foe. But Dr. Vincent Thinks the Unsatisfactory. NKW YORK, Jan. 29.-In the session of the New Yoi-k Presbytery yesterday Rev J J Lamps of Christ Church took a stand againit the of tbo committee. He said it was the conception of a man troubled with dys- pepsia. He was opposed, be said, to any change that might be under consideration, claiming that none could be made without marring the confession. "We do not want a that will suit abnormal, but normal times-." Dr. Vincent said the confession was not adapted to ttie conditions of the times thxl's word is for nil time-i and every must adapt itself to it. It is beside tiic mark to tell us that the fi-amers of the Westminster standards were giants. Those men were learned and able, but scripture is better un- derstood to-day than those men under- stood it. "it is most unfortunate when a church sj m- tKil cannot Ixi made, available m tiio staple work of thu church. Thorn ara important features in which the confession does not properly represent the word of Ooil and these features ought to be expunged." U he said, "Tin. third chapter de- Tbe debate was continued some length. At ita eon. lusion the first part of Mr. Uruy's amendment was agreed to. Mr. (.'all offeixnl sit amendment calling for tho particulars nf tlm hanging of Hrosidw Harrison in rlllgy m fmliinn, uivl the hung lug of President Cleveland in effigy m Kali He Uoi-mi't ICicnw the r-arpetraton of sas- No action was taken on these amend tlw Brutal Assault, but (lalm. That i ll" til f, I to-dnv. Concrmn no Ulght to, After n J j a in ler secret sessiou, toe senate ad Eulogy Jeff Davis to Which Suimtor jouniud. Spoonar Objects. WASIIIXUTOM. Jan. 29.-Tho senate ymt-r- day further debated 'lie Cluuuller Mississippi outrage resolution. The direct tax bill passed also. Mr. Mori-ill introduced the bill authorizing the issue of treasury notes on deposits of sd- is clai-L' (lain, mo tnnt somo men and angels are foror- .1 into evei-lasting death. If eivatw i HindiK) or a Tartar, all well, I Imve nothing to say, but I am not content that <iod, by the arbitrary decree of his will, should condemn me to eternal interment in hell. Paul teltsmelhave no right to reply. I am only a lump of clay in thu potter's hands and he has a right to make me a vessel for base uses if he chooses. I deny it. I deny it on his own representations of his own character, on his own invitation to vvhoscver to partake of the gosiiel of salvation." hiue lioen urged to vote for the confes- sion for font- of creating a division. Why, is it possible that it is not recognized that tins is already fact. The Presbyterian church last three months has traversed a space the separates her forever from what'she wa.s bclore the last general assembly." Ilr. Vincent went on to ask why they should retain the creed entire. Was it simply to the name of Calvin' Was it Cal- vin who was crucified for usf Was it in Cal- vni we were baptized! At the conclusion of Dr. Vincent's speech as many as five arose for possession of tho floor. Chairman Kample recognized Dr. Paxton, who stepped to the platform amid great ob- ject ion on the claim that he had taken up the time allotted to other members. The chair- man ruled otherwise and the doctor took the floor tor ten minutes. "1 merely wish to say a few words. We all love Dr. Vincent, but Dr. Vincent has evi- dently not studied tlio confession, for a sim- ple answei to his whole speech is the confos- -ion iUelf. It is false that the Presbyterian c-hm ,-h hiui cut loose and is fur from what it was. It seems to me the men who spoke this atternnon are not for revision, but division." Dr. Faxtoii, continuing, said he did not be- lieve in compromise in this matter of the confession. Compromise, he said, was the position of a weak and timid mind. Further on his part Mas cut short by the chairman. Bevci'til other speeches were made. SUFFRAGE. Austin p. Grunting It Was a flrare Hlnnrtnr. CHARLESTON, N. C'., Jan. Austin 1'helps of Andover, Mass writes as follows to J. C. Hempblll, editor ef The News and Courier: "I wish to thank you for the courtesy aud candor of your criticism on the remarks of Mr. Henry W. Grady at the Hotel Vciidome, Boston. It I were able I should like- to pursue tlie subject in your columns. I should admit some things, and it swinstn me that J could prove some other things to tho satisfaction of such a man as you must be. IJut I live with more 'than one foot 111 the gravu.1 It is seldom that lean use my with any force except when I FEDERATION OF LABOR. First Day's Meeting- of the Now York Stair Branch at Albany. ALBANY, Jan. state branch of the American Federation of Labor met yester- day afternoon in this pity, and after appoint- ing a credential committee and hearing their report listened to President Ogden's aJdn-ss. _He branded the ti cent, clause of the pre.sent prison law as a device to mislead the people. He sjioke of tho urgent need of a weekly pay bill, and favored the establish- ment of a state printing office. Ballot re- form was indorsed and tin eight-hour law was urged as a boon to tho workingman. The standing committees were then an- nounced and a communication was read from ex-President Holler giving encouragement. The secretary's report showed the financial condition of tie organization to be as fol- lows: Total receipts, disbursements, tWt.-i.'i; balance, 10 The legislative committee reported that an attempt had lieen made to secure the rejienl of the half holiday bill, but it had been un- successful: the action on anti-trust, anti- peddler, cnpitol appropriation and female factory insjH-ctoi-s bills were also referred to. The repoi t spoke of the conference with the Farmers'alliance, w hich hud Iwen of licnefit to all. A part ot tho addiess referring to charges against the Buffalo Central Labor union was referred to a special committee. The meeting was then adjourned until to- day. Last night a meeting upon the eight- hour question was held and there were sev- eral addresses. breathe the ozone of my summer home at Bar Hurbor. I have never believed in negro suffrage. Senator Sumner never committed a graver blunder than in drawing the act which legalized it through congress. It was not on account of statesmanship; it was a thing of desperation. The only palliation is the fact that in the struggle for existence the nation was brought into a supreme ex- igency in which everybody felt that some- thing must, be done, yet nobody could tell anybody what to do. Everything which was done struck nature a blow in tho face. And for that she always gave a return blow in grand rage. "We nn- sure in such an encounter to get the woist of it. That is what we are suffer- ing to-day and what the ond will be God only knows. I shall not lie here to see it, but it would not surprise me if it cost the nation more blood than the civil war did. The eruptions of national wrong doing are on a great scale. You thinking men of the South e tlie sympathy of every thinking man at the North. Fifty years ago Professor Moses Stuart of Andover theological seminary, a personal friend of Mr. Calhoun, foresaw just the present deadlock of affairs and said he saw no final solution but the surrender of two or three states to the exclusive possession of the colored race. But I have never Iwen able to see that Christianity cannot make two color., in prolific races live peaceably together as nature adjusts colors in the rainbow." ver bullion, and asked its reference to committee on i.nunre; and that a bill pre- pared by Wecivtary Windom to the sama pur- pose IK; presented und deferred. Ho ordered On motion of Mr. Sherman senate bill to relievo the treasurer of tho United States from the amount now charged to him and de- posited with the states was taken from the calendar and pn.ssed. [The bill authorizes the accounting otlicers of the treasury tr credit the treasurer of the United States will the amount of money standing to his debit tho books of tho treasury department now unavailable by reason of the deposit of tlw three the nil-plus revenue with the states, rut homed by sections Mam! 14 of tbo act of June Will, tlio amounts to ne charged to nn npijropriution iite.1 for that purpose, agKreguling Tlio direct fax biTl was taken up. Mr. Vest expressed his opposition to tho bill, as dlii also Mr. Berry( who asked for tho yeas oiul "ays. Mr. Hhorman said its passage would remove bone of contention and repair an injus- tico. Mr. Vest said its passage was a foregone conclusion, but he stoixl by his record of i position and especially by President Cleve- land's veto of the same bill Mr. Vance, offered an amendment, a propo- sition to refund tho coitou tax. yeas, 15; nays, Meesrs. Hlair and Call opposed tho bill. After further debate the bill passed by a vote of 44 to 7. The negativo votes were Messrs. Berry, Blair, fall, Coku, Plumb, Vance, and Vest. [The bill makes it the duty of the secretary of the treasury to credit to each state and territory of the United States and tlm Dis- trict of Columbia, a sum equal to all collec- tions from them under tlm direct tax bill of iSUl.J MK riROHfiK's SPKKOII. The senate then resumed consideration of Mr. I resolution regarding the ill- trcalmeiit of Fannce nl Aberdeen, Miss., and Mr. (it'orgo argui-d against it, declaring his Iwllef that ito ailoption a serious infraction of the constitution and a very serious encroachment on the rights of tlm lieopluof Mississippi. He quoted decisions of the supreme court in support of Ins position, und said there could be no the de- cisions of tho supreme court were to be relied the senate, as a part of tlio law- making i lower, bad no jurisdiction to pass a law to punish the men who hud committed the outrages at Alwrdeon. Mr. (k-orge said that not only dill he con- demn the hanging in of any respectable olllcer of the United under any condi- tions or provocation, but in the case of Sec- retary Proctor there was no provocation IN THJi HOL'SP, WASIIIMIIOV, Jan The house yester- day passed a bill granting to the <itr of St Augustine, Kla., uM-fuin public lands for a park. A bill from I ho committee on in- valid incisions was passed providing Unit in cases of pi-union claims of pai-untx, it shall only bo necessary to show to liie jxiii- sion office that the parents aiv without other means of support than manual lalxir. The housu tabled ths motion to thu bill passfd Monday providing for erection of United Slates prisons. Mr. Dorsey of Nebraska, from the commit- tee on liankmg and currency, a bill to provide for the issue of circulating to national banking associations [The bill provides for tho livsue. to national banks of circulation oxjual to (be jmr amount of bonds deposited us security, but, not in orrattH of capital stock paid in.] Mr. Iionvey explained the provisions of the bill. Sir. ninud of Missouri opposed tlm bill. Ifn Miovwl that thcgovenimenl itself should issue notes, instead of bank mites. Mr. Anderson nf Kansas the bill. He was iintiiiully lie wild, lo the con- trol by the national Imuks of tbo money of the count ry. Mr. Cheadlo of Indiana tht bill. No huldor of a national noto hail ever lost a dollnr hy tlio Bystcm. 11 wan safer to rest the circulation on this system than oil tho caprice of congivss. Mr. Uno of Arkansas opposi-d Ihp liill as an- tagonistic to tho coinage of silver and ail effort on the part of tho national bunks to in- crojise tho price of tho Ixmds held by thorn. Mr. Cannon ol' Illinois gnvo notice of n pro- posed substitute for tho bill, proM'd.ng that national banks now or liuroaftor organized, shall not reiiuire. lo keep on d posit, or deposit with the United Slates truas urer, bonds in excess of as security foi Lheir circulating notes, but such bunks sha! keep on deiiosit, or ileixisit tlio amount ol bonds herein nKunrcd; and sui-h of thoso banks having bonds m excnss of this amount are niilhorinnl to rednco tlien circulation by the deposit of law-lid money as wovidcd by law, provided Hint tho amount )f Mich circulating notes shall not nxeond in any CUSP ill) percent, of the bonds deposlteil as herein provided. Tlm bill then wont over and the house ad- for the insult. Us from other any southern comment had never beard Democrat any the conduct d the Question. NEW YORK, Jan. large crowd at tended the races at Uuttenberg yesterday. The weather was pleasant and the track in gootl condition. The results follow: First race, selling, mile: Neptunus first, Ctirlow second, Capstone third: time, 1 Second i ace, purse, mile: Folsom first. Benefit second, King William third; time, Third race, selling, mile: Herman first, Harry Faustus second, Japhet third; time, Fourth rnco, the Jersey Journal handicap, mile: Pelhnm first, lirait second, Success third; Fifth race, selling, 1 mile: Carrie G. first, Top Sawyer second, Vigilant third; time, Sixth race, mile: Belmont first, My Own second, Cheeney third; time, 1 John M. Hi own Dyine. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. John Bffoson Brown, the most pro-umcnt Kepubli- <yn in Kentucky, is dying of pneumonia at Ins home in this city. Mr. Blown is one of the most, prominent lawyers m this section, and although he has never held a political office he hits always been prominent in the OSWEUO, N. Y. Jan. The ease of Edgar Frost against his wife, Kate Frost, for divorce which has brought forth many surprises here lor a week past, developed another sensation yesterday. John J. Lamore, one of the coun- sel for the plaintiff, asked a witness several questions as to the character of a sister of Deputy Sheriff J. Dempsey. The latter on hearing of this rushed into the court room and planted a heavy blow in the lawyer's fa Inn Found Murdered. BEI.LKTO.VTK, Pa., Jan. 29. Andrew Weaver. tiS years of age was found murdered in front of the house of his daughter-in-law Fcitte Weaver, aliout three mile from Coburn] this county. There was a large knife wound between the ribs and penetrating the Fcitte Weaver, Jones Auman and his mother, Mrs. Aumnn, were arrested and taken before Justice Uartboff, who committed Feitte as the murderess and the Aumans as accessories. Thej were brought Here to jail last evening! There had been quarreling between Weaver his daughter-in-law at different times mtl she has been heard to say that she would till him if she got the chance. councils of his party. Bar elected president Brown was spoken of as. attorney general. He was not au applicant 'or ajiy office, however. 364 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquoil Hotel Cottngres Hurglarlied. GLEXS FALLS, N. Y., Jan. number of cottages at Huletts Landing have been re- cently entered by burglars. Among them aro those of Frederick Condit of Providence, R. I.; James and T. Kitchell of Newark, N. J., and C. 0. Kimball of New York city. Rewards of J400 are offered for the detection of the thieves. Secretary Proctor, for which that indignity had been attempted to be inflicted upon him, except that he had performed a painful and delicate duty with consideration to the fenl- ings, the prejudices oven of the people of ths South. Mr. ttenrge said tho resolution sought to blacken the name and reputation of the people of Mississippi, whom he culo- gmvl in the highest terms, instancing among othter distinguished citizens of that state, Jef- ferson Davis, vt ho "hart never betl uyed bis trust or failed in the discharge of his full duty, whether he served the United States or the Confederacy." He claimed in conclusion that the pending resolution was without any warrant in tlw constitution that senators had sworn to sup- port. If the senate was to go on this crusade against the white people of Mississippi, would it not lie well, he a-sked, for the senate to set an example to that despairing people of an obsorvanco of tho constitution! 8K.VATOR KPflONEH'S REPLY. Mr. Rpooner said that so far as tbo resolu- tion apiwnrcd on its face it was not an as- sumption by the senate to deal with crimes, isolated or general, in the state of Mississippi, It did not involve the contention that tiio United States government by any existing law, or by any law that could be constitu- tionally passed, could punish a man in courts for an assault and buttery committed in the state of Mississippi, still ho was not ready to admit that there might uot be cir- cumstances in which jurisdiction might be conferred by congress on of the United States to secure a citizen of the United States his constitutional rights of life, liberty and tho pursuit of happiness, which thu state de- nied him by force and fraud. He was glud that the day hod coiuo when tlie United States had an attorney general who would take notice of an outrage on an American citizen. Ho denied that there existed in the North a feeling of animosity against the Mouth, and cited as an evidence of that the fact that long ago all tho southern states were represented m Ixith houses of congress, and t: at, too, mostly by gentlemen who had fought under their ling and against the American flag. Tho hanging in elilgy of Secretary Proctor brought into tho sunlight tho indifference to law and .Vecency in the South of which the country had tor many years had occasion to complain. Mr. Spooner said that he regretted that the senator from Mississippi (Mr. George) had been called upon to pronounce a eulogy on Jefferson Davis. It was natural that the peo- ple of the South should have shown that re- s-pect and honor with which they had followed him to the grave, but to pronounce a eulogy of him in the senate chamber would striko a harsh chord in the breasts of millions of men throughout tho North. Tlm people belie veil that Davis had sat in tlm senate chamber daily and hourly betraying the highest trust that ever reposed in man. But it was not for that they execrated his memory. It was be- cause they believod him responsible for the devilish atrocities perjietrated in Libby prison and Andersoiiville anil Salisbury. Mr. Gray charged Mr. Sjmoner with having evaded tlie issue raised by Mr. George. The hanging of Secretary Proctor p. effigy was not so great a crime as tho senator from "Wis- consin would have it appear. Recently Pres- ident Harrison had been hung in effigy in In- diana. He moved au amendment the wn --Is "and also the letter of instruction, to the said marshal to which the report of lid marshal was a response and that he ba req-jestcd to inform senate whether iii the i alleged assault on Faunce any right secured to him by the constitution of tlie United States was invaded of violated." Mr. Butler moved an amendment calling Dudley case. The ChambrrUIn aud Jitrnm Factions Fifhtlna; for the- Satls- htolloii 02- Earl Dun- raran Will Try Stamp Ont MM Inf Sy.tnm. Loicnow, Jan. Tlie now certain ab- of the Marquis of Hnrtington from the of the coming amsion ot enfonixi upon him by bin recant llluoo and di-partui-B for the continent to recuperate, it productive of ill ix-sulUi which tin-eaten more serious ooiwequwices tbasi the mere loss of its leader at a critical time would naturally en- tail upon a political party. It had lie sounw an nUsolute oorlaiiUj llttit- ingtou could not be pramit at tlie opening of tho housu than the factions of the UnlonW party lidded muwctivoly by Sir Henry James and Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, began a content ion which has sinoa Into a (low-nriKhl fight to dotulinliio which of UM two was entitled to the ml Interim leadership the dissident party. The Unionist parly, by reason of ils at the byu-olectlom and the diversity of vii-wn Imld by iUi [wl mcmliers on questions of vital importance Is none too cohosivu at thu best aiul Uiu Uin- Hervitllvus view wltb fooling! of alarm thu present for leadership, fearing split which will the moru lukewarm of tho Unionists the. opportunity they long sought to creep back Into the Utudstoiiian fold. 11) RTAMI' OUT TUB HWKATrafi BTSTSII. The Karl of Dum-aven has undertaken a vigorous campaign against tlie sweating sys- tem. A deputatiou of East Bud tailoi-s vaitod ujiou him yesterday to enlist his Innu- raice in claiming that through the alteration of tho pernicious system in vogue, despite the efforts hitherto made to uppress it, they wore reduced to thu vorgnof torvution. His lordship to lose no HUM in setting on foot measures calculated to illcviute their distress and crush tho cause It may he safely said that our iiew and elegant stock was never in Dunkirk. Wt I thorn all ready, and not a piece remains from our former stocks. This gives you the best vantage offered you any when; in this all important line line and sensible demgns and choicest patterns of Kinbroid> cries and All- 'If overs and hemstitched, withf; neat tucking combined, in making a most desirable selec- tion. if it. THE BILL. COMPLETED. Ht-sult of tile I.uburn of SpuelHl Com- mltlre on Woi-lil'n 1'ulr. WASHINGTON, Jan sub-committee of the house committee on tlm world's Tail- has completed tho woi Id's fair bill and it vill bo reported to the full committee It i node up chiefly of sections liikcn from Uio nils introduced by Mr. Ad.iois and Mi .'lower, with occasional extraclx from tho nil of Mr. Frank. It is to In- called: "A bill o provide for celebrating tho -tlKifh anniver- ury of tbu discovery of America by Cohmi- nis, by holding an international exhibition >f in-l.s, sciences, tnaiiufnctiiii-H, and the pro- Incfs nl the soil, mine and sea The time ol' openiiH; the fair and tiiu place where it is in be held arc not mentioned in Iho bill. The bill begins wilh long pream- ble selling forth the appropriateness of celn- bratingtlie-liWIIiniinivi'i'Mii'y of thn discov- ory of Amoni-a by holding an .inhibition ut national nnd iiiu-riiiilional chaniuliT. A comini.ssion is to IK- i-ierctetl uumpos.yl of two n'pri'M'iiIntivfsof of tlio hiatus to bo chosen by the governors of (l.i.-.. stales, one from each territory and Hie District of Columbia, and a sufficient number to to chosen by the city in which ihe lair is to be held. This commission is to he created into a corporationwit.il full powers such. Tho commissioners am to be appointed within thirty days of the passage of I lie act. The commission is to hold il.s milling in the city wl the fair is to Ix Articles imiwrted from foreign countries for exhibition at the lair are to le admitted of dulv, and in connection with tlm ad- mission of foreign goods is appropri- ated. The commission is to fix thcdavon which Win exhibition is to ba opened an'd to arrange a program for the The president nml the secretary of state are to announce the exhibition lo Ion-inn countries by proclamation. Kulwi-iptions to the stock of tho exhibition are to received m the sum of and is to be pledged before the coinininsiim can do any act. It is provided that the first meeting of the commission is to lie held thirly days after the appoint men I, when books of capital block are to opened. Tlm offln-rs of tiio exhibi- tion are to hold oflico for one year. The commission is to pn-pare a olaw-'iflcation of exhibits It is to have the right to issue bonds. The certiilcates of stock am to bo iucd by the secretary of tlio treasury and provision is made against their being forfeited. Tho commission i< oiiip..'.voroJ to convert its property into cash nl lim cl.-so of the ex- hibition. It is to icpoH i.onitime to time- to the president. The torporalion is to ter- minate Jan. 1, T.I.- Cnji to to free from any lialiililv the tk-bte for the exhibit ion. But tl Ls to be appro- !itod by the govcrnm. nt to assist it Pro- vision is made for a government exhibit Jongress is to have the to alter, amend or repeal this act at any time. The friends of Yv'asliington on the com- mittee will submit a separate bill and a mi- nority report, opposing (he financial scheme proposed. It is exp.cted that the will Ixs ready to go through the bouse Thurs- day. Seven Killed. RtrxBURY, Pa., Jan. M.-A gang of Ital- ms, Poles and Hungarians, who were em- Joyed in widening tho roadbed of the Bhain- Jkin Bunbury and railroad, re- tired to await an For some uiiex- anied reason only two of tlio ex- iloded. The men did not know this how- ever and had returned to their work when tho t unl blast exploded, and they were hurled n all directions Three of'the men were in- stantly killed, four fatally injured and a dozen others more or less injured, the recov- ery of two of them being doubtful. Another Italian is missing, and it is thought he is un- der the debris, although it 1ms been abnost cleared away. OH Itui-ned. NEW YonK, Jan. 29.-By an explosion at the Standard Oil Works at Hunter's Point Ive tanks of oil were burned. The loss is The reports that several workmen had killed were un- No one was The dense I a.40 tke firs was under control. IHt. TANNKR OONVTOTBD AOAIN. The iricpressible Dr. Tanner, member of the house of commons for Mid-fork, again an inmate of an Irish jail. On tlio occasion of Um recent consideration anil passage by tlio Cork bonnl of guardians of a resolution expressing confidence in Mr. Parnell, Dr. Tiumnr indulged in an insulting tirade against Mr. Smith Harry, the notorious Irish rack- renter. For this tho latter hail Tanner ar- rcstal, and he won arraigned buforo a magis- trate and sentenced to three months' Impris- it, from which sentence Tauiior ap- NO AI.I.IANI'K KOnMED. The statement that an alliance has IHWII formed between Uermany and Belgium, which has been circulated by French press, is emphatically denied by ItelKian minister al Paris, who deolnrod has any ground for II 11 that even UIK suspicion of an agrncuioiit. Tho which has been ciitertalncd In some quarters of tin, safety of the National lino steamship Erin and hor ultimate arrival hoivi is now ahundomtl and the ship is given uu for lost. ess from which Count Amlramy has is now pronounced critical. FOli PA H TV USK. lengths of flue silk Jersey Mitts, choice tints. Undressed MouBqum'. ti.ire Kid Gloves, in drab, tann, browns and grays. All sizes, with newest fancy stitched backn.neatandstylish. _ Tlie qutil are only and pel pair. The latter to eight buttons The ilh lately sul Mis sons have been sumn'ioiiwl to the beilside iftlicir father and Ins nhyyic.an intimate gttliuilltt Irish HflX Thread f Of i only a tlieir beh'i.f that hf, dc of hours. The oily of (V-s.-l is hy tho over- lowing of river Knlda to Mich au eMeut is to cause a complot.. sii ponsion of traffic During 1-vSliih. district of t worth of goods to the Cuilcd alon-i. A Ui.lonl.i .Inn. Uniniiist di'iimii- it ml ion in honor of tlw lute i.-croy of liv-- Uiml, the of IxiinloiHloi-ry, held bore yesterday, was uvuii'lioyond nx- nnctation. The Duko of Alx-nimi presided. Three Ihousand persons wore present an.I the prociwlmgs wore conducted amid uimbatablo entliusjasin. A munlier of county addrusses were presented totaoMarijuisof Ixuidonderry expressive of appreciation of his administra- tion and condemnation of those who pei-sist- ently ttiitngonia-d his elTorti, to promote tile m-lfui-e of the country. It was a typical Orange maiiilcstution throughout. A REVOLTING CRIME. A Canadian Clergyman Chared with biiuolilDK Twenty Roys. OTTAWA, Jan. government has just beau made acijnalnted witli one of tho nost revolting revelations over brought to ight in Canada. The matter was unearthed in connection with the proposed women and purity bill introduced this session by John Thompson, minister of justice A imminent member of parliament a few'days ago received a letter from a justice of the iwaoe in the province of Ontario giving a de- tailed account of thp occurrence. This letter was Immediately handed to the minister of liistioc, who brought ths matter to the notice of the government. Tho letter contained a sworn declaration to the following A young Church of England clergyman in a populous parish in the western portion of the province of Ontario wan brought Wore the magistrate in question on five charges of debauchery of small boys. The evidence taken m the coses was of m revolting a char- acter m to prevent being published. In four of the cases, because the boys had not resisted the infamous proposals of tho fiend .he charges were dismissed. In the hut caw he was found guilty and sentenced to three months in jail, this being the severest sen- tence the law allows. From the statements mode to the authori- ses in the course of tho trial it apjxsani that .his fiend in the garb of a clergyman de- jauched not less than twenty young boy, jn that vicinity. The revolting offenses were committed in the church vestry and the evi- lencc went to show that many of the victims were of more tender years than those men tioned at the trial. The details of the horrible occurrences were whispered around among tho members of larliament and created a profound sensation t is umieratood the government intends tak- ng the matter up at once and apjiointing a commission to take all tho evidence in every case with a view to inflicting upon the man a more severe punishment. Sir Jolm Thompson admitted to your cor- respondent that the particulars given ara correct. He was of the opinion'that the knowledge of the facto of the case will insure he passage of the purity bill, which provides or the flogging of parties found guilty of debauching yontig boys and glrk. Runners at OrlMns. SI.EAWS, Jan. rare yester- lay, mile: Bonnie King 1 BkobelonT 8, AskeHardyS. Time 1.15. Second race, selling, mile: Hosa Fowl Merry Girl 2, Davfc 8. ery fast. Third race, selling, mile: Creole 1, Florino 2, Germanic 3. Time 1.02. Fourth race, handicap, 18-16 mile: Cot Gore 1, Somerset 2, Cwa L. 3. l.a. full assortment of the Celebris ted P. Centeineri Kid Gloves in nil the desirable shades can be found among our big line. Beautiful fancy Ruching. Ladies' fine Corsets. The C. P. Corset for fine wear is the favorite corset, The hand- somest Face Veiling; the new- est and most stylish in the market can be found here. Madon na Cotton and Barbour'i lace work. Ladies' fine Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. ERIE STORE. "BARGAINS WCBSTOM ClOTIMNC. AT REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS I AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS 1 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. and UPWARD; good unUl Pcb'y. 15tA. E. A. SALYER, Vtn I'KNTIIAI, AVKMJK. THE MARKETS. York Moiuy Market. You.. Jan. W. Honey cloiwj at 'IX per win, ruiitenUr, loweut of tha day. The Witt cloned steady; ported nuoi, Oovurninento clond ntcady; .nirrsnoj h, 1.M bid: 48 coup., 1.M; do. 1 bori.ln u follow.: Paclnc flrau, bid: do ilnklug luoOm, New York Prod Nnr m. FLODR-Cliwert weak dull riot winter Wooj.i IV da, iprlnc, (I tff niprrflnc winter, da mint. extra No 3 .inler, 10: npilng -itra No. I wlntor. 440; da uprlng, dty mill for Went Indl-n Soutbera Aow closed Meadjr; tndu and family utnw MW WHEAT-Optioiu went man and r-ricm clowxl higher. The the upper band throughout while On ware i very Uralcl. Spot low ftmwr. ralm of No. t red winter. 86% to Mo; Ho. do, asaWHjc; unfradrdred, were wea'x at OK openin (Ml steadr and closed at recorerr. Boot clomd Spot mtltm Mo. I mind. Wfi aS7c: steamer do loir mlxsd. WUf. OATS Option. peclallx for Januiry, which sold off le prospect, of good weak and U M Ic lomr. Spot ulw Na 1 wklu. JM. No. do. mini. 30c; No. EYE-Dull POUK-Uull and wcsdur; nxxs, 'or new. Fob.. BUTTKB-Sleadr; mnooy do western, factory state For Finest Wall Paper call at INFAVSPAPERf INFAVSPAPERf

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