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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 30, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES imney Piw Brick. Clay D T KOI I'll. M PREMIER TO BE MARRIED Calls nuy be It tlm I 5 OF DUNKIRK. A. N N O U N C E M E N T ANEW RVUNO MACHINE for ruling ill kin. IB ol blanks i] the latest aeielitiuu to tin Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Printing Com pun cques, 5TERS, KETS, IRT'S FALO, f CHIMNEYS. loCotti Uwn7uoi r Ififi, l 4 enter St. 1 "r d Robes, it tens, ES. WHIPS. If I'l-lcr. N Y w Prices. ASH flavor. 3AID." LNS. 4 LEXAJTDKR'8 Coal and Wood A Central Avenne, oppoelte Nickel All grades of Hard and bolt Coal, Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free lellv CorreBpon'ieuoe for wholesale loU lolicited. AtEX. H. MANN, Practical Plumber, and Bteam Jitter Special attention given to Banitary I'mmbing Estimates given y Plumbing. On, Fitting Btcam Heating and Hot Air Furnaces a KrTturd street. S25 Cenlgal Are Photographer. InBtaBtaneom l-uotograpn. ol Babies a specialty. Sitters need not wait lor sunshine except for liubies. 1 at. t. IX i Bl s Vatent'o' i adej Jlarku for moduiite All I'm, ni bits in if, BOOK BtHDEBV-jAHKB IKVI-.U. 1'ro- prietor.Jlo. W K. Second street, near Bul- street, Dunkirk, N. Maga.iinee. Mu- etc., bound In all styleu. Orders pcompuy attended to. All work guaranteeil. )UltCHER'8 CBOCKKKV HOUSE, t WH Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Invented and Domestic China. Glassware, 4c. i lUAU. H. HABKIS, Ml Central Ave. Ooti- O eral Inauranoe, Life, Accident and Klre. BUore traTellng insure vour lie in the old reliable Travelers'." Itcal Estate Agent. Loans negotiated on p-opertr. HOTEI, V Kates, tl per dar. Literr and Boarding Stable m connection Victor Hidor, 886 and Lion street. Advice ami special lUncuccn si Am, {40 1 3NHJ v isch, hmc emiJlovmontat lioim No si I I per week uartttinu ION WALKKB, Limit, Kivcn hy hums  LUMBINU. T. W. Murray, t 337 Ijon street, A specialty made ol Sanitary Plumbing, teem aud bus t itting. Workmanship guar- nteed. P BCHOLTKS, 17 East Third itrect. Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will Ond it to their advantage to call on me pnrcuasini elaewhere. Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mchlin Sons'Piano with Patent Mufller, which leejiices tin lone to n minimum Do you mar the front of Hie pmuo with your flugeis in playing The Patent Finger Guard on the Mth 1m Sons' Pnino pi events Hint Do you want a genuine Gi und in right case'' Then the Mehlm will suit you Do you like a sweet, full, ioiine.1 je mellow tone' Then the Mchlin A, Sons' will clmrm you Have you a taste foi Ihe nrtistu The case of the Mehlm Sons Piano Italian Renaissance style, with bus-re- lief panels is a real woi k of ait and ti for a palnce. Do you want a piano of extraoidinarj singing qualilj and delicacy of touch The Mehlm Sons' on these point will win your piaise. But here we must stop for our linutci space will not permit us to mention al the excellent features of these supeib instruments and whtthei you intenil to purchase or not, we invite you to cal and inspect the Mehlm Sons Piano for yourself I" II v eh t ligiiislH.I 101 usai, Pleiv Ih IIIIM ,f h lit pieseitt will eltaiafl event f th, ,n ,sl b, Ibtint ol th'mnu" iw.ldmjstbat ImvH tilin u, Ix n Inn 11 ixiiisiiMi Y AM nn lh ns ot viol ii, e (InmoKd f, paV; wlnl. luin.liids ol PIISOHS ivh, u Km, lib. ofliee de mini liugthc ntiiin of tin 11 mono it. t  l.....I tin em sup s to spue mi) I" th. v eemlelliH ,n 01 i t. Hist tin ft, in .11} lie who mil ntt( nipt to tli Miit tin ill IK niK vvi HKIM MI.N s nt tr Tin miisiMiin viliuli has ben Kill. 1 thloujietit with nt i si withotlui m i vi mi nts I i> lien .loilh I U tliicmu ii] i ii, viu n 101 Lli( Umht ,f th tlitu Insiswl ,'hiM hillii it.iliiiil lilili ittmiij lo avail tin in sehesot the a Iv sthi itr ml, UKI e h V l f' liisonl, icil that C.eiin.iii s. I 1 us uii'iitU laptiiie I n milnU, ,1 lull tin in suuthcisl All 11 (i sh ill pliably icwajilul RAISING THE LIMIT CMcn.i, ,11 Hoiiiln for Mom for the Wmld'H Fan. C'lHAr.o Ian (1 n meet iiiRot the executive lonmiittue of the Imago BASEBALL MEETING. THE BOARD OF ARBITRATION MEETS DUNKIRK, N. Y THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1890. YOHG 31 R. GLADSTONE. THE POLICY BOARD tin Repot t to Si-cretnrj Tra.y on the Need >aiy Jan "U The sec retary o tin navi in to a resolution recently acl ipud ttaiismitted to the senate the rcp I y [imposed m. tease naval establishment On thi. was L.H.SI 1 the repoit on Senator Halc's btl eoiiimitteeon naval affuns lee-eutly In ith mtiodu. tion tin boatd lavs down the pKipositioii that a navy is essential 1 1.1 waging war, and pievtnt war, and the setoml pin pose limy be fai moie important than the lust JheTniUd States untamed to a gr, (It-glee than unv othn ituixjitant na tion iin.l Use Imiica scif vvat would seem to lie. at "Minn.....i but tin ro ate not Hunting it lirntiDtis thnL this compainttvc isolation vvil s em iv to Am, nt; the us Iv to 1 iiiigaliont this eha ll -p e tne competition fur thcixtuti i at MII'li i l, constitution nf a Aim lie n id Hi. ship canal Ihise clntij is will 1 c jiititUito to tin vie tilth ml illness ni the iinti.it but tin v will ul ibiliti. suiifi chances of win -Ih. biui.lgn.sa table of vtss. Is win. h, em let tlese ineliti. us could net against us 1'i.Jit Hiit.iin pi we and Spam will soon sl'Vt Ilimeiilitit ships whl'ch without Inses 't sit] on this stil, of Alluutl. c.ul.l i ate nniitnst us Jh. bolllilLsi f opini n Ilia the I.ill mini? v ISM Is sh mid IH to the I nit.il Stuti s HUM 1 n battle ships uf gnat coal I mill, an.. Intlli ships oflimitod (oal endin n it e J1 e mse i s of tons and OVBI I i el-nisei's of about 'XX) tons rj special c I nts. is foi hum so, MU uf iilmut tons iniiis tin pi   Cor. Third and Buffalo Sts Dealer in Granite. Marble. Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me below onying R 1ISLKY CO., 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky. Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. -pOBKBTM-KAT, JX Lion street, near the depot. JKwrdlmj, Sale, Keed and LlTerf Stable StabUiig- 6V the day or week on reasonVble RtftD, J. W, Center street niX? Li" and Sewing We make a specialty ol flrst olaas ol Piano, and Farrand Votey OrgaJii. SAM J. ODTOBD, 801 Central Are. !Uo General Insurance ana Real Bstaie Agent. Fire Accident, and Lire stock 1 to buy" FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given that I taken my Koch into u tli mt in that tht biisimsb will bereafbr be onnditctod umltr the lirm tuUBOOt ItOuia Kuch.A bon T otrs Kocr. Drunkenness Or the Liqaor Habit, Positively Cured IT OR. NAINES' OOLDEB SPECIFIC. II cm glvtn In a cup ol coffee or lea or In ah tides ol food, without the kuow ledge of the pcr- ton taking It; It IB absolutely harmless and effect A permanent ant, Bpeedy cine, thepstlcntlaa moderate di inker en aa alcoholic IT NEVER FAILS. We complete cm e In eveiy Instance 48pago boo 4 SPECIFIC CO. 185 Rao Cincinnati.O C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. DEALER IN C. JONES. 71 E. Third it, eor Deer. xeeWor Meat Market. and Lart. 8aoaage.roV.ieri SSd Clocks, Silverware, Leather Gooel., Etc. Mai u ietmiei ttiil, 1 alt i the jus. a tasolu tion losdiel Ihe lollnniiiKtileginm IL Davis at ushmgt .11 Hy action of the' executive roininittin of the Ohi r.l ixpisit n u mis pin os d in in i use Ihe hi i I in s i u I v issuance of 0 Din boil Is D f CIIKC im C. Ii 111 IM m Th.snnttci has been m tonttni] 1 ition for son e time and m view ot the sntisf n. tot y conditi m ot the linanc-e s and the liljemlity and ublu spnit displayed by the people of I hi. ac, and tin Noithnist gcneialli it dum.dUstti tiikesmh action at tins time, 111 01 1 I tOIISMlK ss til-It thllllgo VVlli do In i sliMiel.matds making tho exposition the gt e ate st so. ess possible Mi Otto Yoiinir, m offenng tho resolution providing foi the issuance of if. (XX) (KM) m bonds m a Iditton to the guarantee fund alt cndj subsf nbe .1, said it line! never been inesli, mil that Tiruld do more 01 nsinmh nsaitv othn itv COIUJK ting lor tho exposition Mi to v v ohmtoi i ing t, take (XXlnolth of till bon Is Mi lAillminJ Otnthaii vvhe> nstitvtrcna urn bus telt tin pnNe >l the jicoi le, fell e on- llde'llt that would if foit vine mnl. doitl k ilsstoi k subse t iptions All lumens U Nott mged tho nelvaiituse of tin l, solution of the neat iqpiniuh of the final mcon boats (in ie.l bv the battle of gi oat en linramo an I tlm larfrer anil 1. I it shi) i Ihe total c ,s I of wlnih tii" 'K..I is aluady Ol appi ipnatxl (in.) >f tht ilnef ohstiu I. s to nrrying out tins niiMil piogiam is the ulisi'iitpof asouics .f armoi supplv fh. re is onlj one ostab- li him nt to fin msh the leqiiiie I aimoi.aml ss otlii ts ai. iiieparnl no largo cpiantity of ai mo, nil be dcllvotu 1 before But tin be ml Indues that if iv UKI ess w ill make 'Ml, piiatinis nnniiHliatt ]y fot a consldei iiMi iiiimlni of luiuily aimoiecl ships, the dc.ni foi aim ir will induce tho develop mi nl .it the.i plants III his lettc l of tiaiiblmttul the SK rotary of th n of th. Wist it; ima r 11 isp ot G.i -on in In at MM, anil Illibuston On this the Dinuxiats seneiallj rilwd to v. te the loll win, lx i..B Mlleel r lie. el uoUel the names of those oresent and n ,t v In n tho v ite was il was Mind that Mil votes wen In the. allnmative mid 1 m the negative Mi t at onto taise.l the point of "no um ami Sp.al.ei Hci-il dim ted tlieiluk le.onl tlie iiniiKs a list of vvht.hh. lia 1 of mi iiiln i-s in it but plownt A thotit of ipinmal vviw rats on the Ro- 'iilihciiu sili as thennmes of the its nj, i by thespeakei ff't up m tin n s anil ptotestal iKatnst heir names being leuneioel asamst then vill A TUOTCH S Se'ENK Mr Blix-kniniilire of Keiltue kv when his names was Hll 1, to ik thu lion anil lie nouiliml the) action of the spaaket us 'rnvolu ith this tin. Iluiio. i at s stood up Inrl chaorcil him or mtad thmi jiiotesta by riesof win hth) 11. pnbli. ant, Imi the 'jelml 101I" Die s, eno at Ills mom, nt on tho llooi of the. h jtfw was rme of tumuli an t 1 1 it When iiinet wius piuli illj lestouvl t in Ins niiliual lejioit IVES AND'STAYNOR A Hill of Complitlnt Agalnnt Tliein Filed In New k lau Mineial Rnngo ul company Imi hied a bill of com with tliu States ciicnit rourt leu tli smitlic in distiitt of Jiovv Hi in v S H Staynor and Ih nuns r Dorenms individually and as iiiiinUist I tin Inmof Hinrj S Ives Co Cromwell, of that il hp was simply a fn. t lot for ineinlms made n statement in jnstili, atiou of his quoting nieeeeleiiN to nmintnm the comttnevi of his and citing he action of Oov, i nol Hill of New Yoik, piflsirling olllcei of the New Yoik state Henate m rle. i ling that tluec 111 His of tho menilieis jiinscnt win) a although some of them ipfnunini; fiom as precisely biiuiltl to hlsouii Another pio.iss In said nhich Of tlm I'nitml Slute. of III irll the Pi i Wvsnis Ian T hi> tin loiinal oflhu I nn'.il m ul m tlii owns, vest, iilnj alt.ti.H'ii Hln n Hi th new K'n inm, nl an I Mi M.nlona nvivet tiai'idiiiiu> mill nnmsti i 01 a ml mission tu this all. ,1 1> I'stnti I tli n cit.lciiliuls to 1'iisi.lont lla, llson Si.ietjiij lllnint a.c-ompamiil tin tivoieiiiesditatiMNol til liinv einment and ptisuiteil them toth, piest.lent Thece'tiiiioni, s Uiok pit em tin- and wen mm kid In ill UN upon ic.hntials'.pok (U> follows Mi I'M snl, nt It is Ktallfyillf; to me to have tin honoi of mjr vm, hands the l.tiii bv winch tin hut of the plovislonal K, veinmentol tllei Unitwl States of has bey n pi, .onlltm me in tlm of envoi v and mimstoi to tho I'mtc.l btuU of Amen a expHKsion to the nntmii nisand thceiiinest which am- inatothi niwgoveiiiiiiint, of tonuidn this iipiibhi find follow ins un own impulses as will, I of yon that 1 shall om.tnoilloit of an) to uiltivnti the fii.n lly lehitioiis that have e-vei 1 IKV two es 1 v happy to Ill-moult) moii Ilio ocaision oxpmss to yom theKOMM lillient aiicljKopli 01 loi the iiiiicasmi, pios [jeiity of the Amen, an piople 1'ieM.lent II nnsoii iiplml as lollows Mr Ministet-I iecmo jon as theiepte- sentjitneofaiiew i.pnbln always a ninte- fiildntj to the ROM i mm nl ol the 1 mtpil Slutffs 'I he ]x in I ul ionise ol iMiitstlmt liastinnsfoiniislihec-nipiieol mlolha Lmled StuUs of has Ins u olism withdup inUti.Nt g IM i lime nt nnil Jjfoploof thisiinintn llisa winice ol pio- found satisfn. tioii txj tho Ann 1 1 an [Mople that the piovisnniil g.neiiini, nt cil the Ida i.publi. .am. into pow.i with, ut bl xjiLsh, .1 ami without me III list thl< umtimstmxoinay pioui n happy y of OJHIIS In Iho I mini Sink's of i vetj old nitiiibtr w, nl.l I.H wh. by Hiilll plai the opinion tlm c h in is a. e e pt  and eiuphutiuillv no qiioium Yet if tho point was not made tho bill wasalwajs elii-lai 1 pas.se.1, anil that loulilonlj Ijo on a vny ilistmtt hasw anl tint was Hint cvny Mlcntlj agtud to thi. t that tlie-u WHS a iiuoium Ml C l isp upp, aled fiom the choision of tin and Willia 111 111 'Hi. In II rites that complainant on Jan 27, obtained a judgment 111 tho supreme couit of this state., in Kings pountv iiKaiiist H S for the sum ot and t lint the execution theieon has been i turned imsntisfuKl Tho bill that tho asspnnent uimlo Co on AUK H, w us maile'w I'll intent to hinder delay md el, the, ei editors of the salel and the_ e omplnmant therefore jiiayi that the ishiMimt nt dccLued null and void, that a i.u v.i IH apijouiteil nud that a writ of m- innction issue prohibiting the defendants riom pni Imgnith or 111 aii} nuj disjiiMiig of inv ol Ih. of the fliiti wlllcll now fu the of Hi will IM nstnnlnini to iillt fu.nilh litionsvMth vou, liiiieasetUie inti'inn is K. Hi  eui vvill leienounaiiu HI l.om ICngUnil Cue Sot I Let An Ion on Otllnr .t tb. n.rd I( HIM) safely said that [our new ami t-K'syant Rtock of- Mew Jnn a gatlici mg of men nt tho KlfUi Ave- Kill OHlCl'lt'S W.'IS IH'VlT 6JC- nue hotol vi-stciilaj owing to tho m.wtuur of II l i i ii' i Cfllt'd DuilKirK. MioitlvnfU'i 11 oclexk tho Imard went Into Mini lose.1 doom Till) d. Dnv, H..ncrs anil ounK of the 11 fl Olll I Hd) JUKI Jl O.Neill Aim and i foi Ihn AniiMi niiHKHixiatlini, Von VOII Uest ad- Alieaelinifaspioni foi Kach riiehisuiiil f, 1 Inn man, John H VfllltllgO ott I'lVd Oil ailyWHefe "ip-rtant lino of dmgna and The p, in, bnsmevi bwf.ro o New England Tliun eliilw In laketheh old plavei-s w ill, tliom Atlantic lation ihilnn the jilaj Ziu h Phi elc-cted wy-ri'tary of thn maul in plaeuof Mi ol the Hi ookl v u bib '1 Im row, of M J Cody of tin. Clevelnnel "lull wan ilei i.lwl imamst the lub tin Ii v eland e lub can rtiUilu him 'I he bo llmshej ils Inoom at m Tin dispute U'twiwi tho New 1 lim Allantii l IMIKIIO ade.pti, n of th, 11, Milvecl i' nssiKiation nuKsetllecl by DM I'lomilll It l III Ulll II, )st i. tun. nt, to i inni to i ii lHlw.rnth i will find as 1 inn su. .jvviiip; resoluti .11 lint iba New Knuliiml of 11 st T Spiliiffrlel.l anil Hittlfir! pi ie.-ctl.rn of the .jual wtpaiHoI eiiieni HIHIM KiKH.il I in t Um Allunlic IMNO. liui >u by tha liaitfonl UlllM 'I lie n of Ihe admission of tho 1'rov- h.l.tolhu N.w luuuown. Ill Id 111 UllI'lIIIKH stjitus if tin luh AlUnli, bnstnevi the boald imttcrilS Of Klllbroid- theneitl, me ut ol the Imtwivii tin lei, I T resBtiUitivi-sorthi, Atlaitlic and N. Eiulnnd j llWertlllgS. All- _ ......_, _.............. inn! lii'institclied, with IH-at ttickillg COlIlhilU'd, 111 all making a most dcsii aMt- Huleo tion. I'AJtTV I'Slf. lengths of fine Mitts, choice in tinK Mi M ml, dent Uj those till 11 llll.ll KSI 1 til pi.. 1 ho president iep uxi m ti mis simila STATE TRADES ASSEMBLY A KiMoluil.il, Hie 1 r ItllNllKHN AIIHN, Jim ,11 HIP Sl.ite sindily j sUt la> the lep Jlt.el III luioi ol Clink .1 th. inn um ,n )f M. w 01 k H A liatlci ollet ipl U mi lllspupp, aled fiom the ihoision of tho lin? tin p, i nit n.tollh chan, and cpuUd Spenkei lilnmos aiiilaskm f a coimmtU.) ol niimg on thelcuro bill to OIL effect that the upon the mail llv" U) IK" Clllton Race< f i II-TON Jan sixtieth day of nc the lit ton track yestei out a smgle clnvs postpone meiifr-wos as iluiwinfas could lie desired Thci weather was hk. and the ttaik m upital eon diluii The lesttlts lust lace sellm? fiij fmloiigs Avery fiist Ijiktw.xxl second, Tohii AiMm thud time 1 Su ind Hire jiurw milt Lemon Blos- m lust, second, Amei ic a tlm el, time, spouJoer had not tho r to i. unt a   mile Ci isptn first, appiovwlof the pievmhng Maioi sentniu nt and e minned in the opinion Scottand Oimhin anl Aide i man DIKIII ndeled Ins meloisement Mi liiviin the (piling me on prt'ss niul Mi Hullu du lined thnt he was h utilj in tavoi ot piompt nctun m ttj liifiiss He had ahvnvs uniliistood that Cln, nh i w mill issue j (XX) (XKJ m bon Is eji MUHKI.IKX) if niitssaiv Ihe mavoi u resjioiisp to this lniini.il "Li t s do it Vi Scott Mi omiK s in ituir and male suppoi t oi his p. Aleliiinan leitiiuUd Mi illet statement tint (MHI (XX) bonds could Ix luidilv. tloitcil Mi Oiiahan insisted thnt the K solution should lx> unit lud m iinmistul enbk tciitis, and it was m vie.w of tins that M, "ioung" motion us put in the teiini of n i asolutioi: au 1 pas e 1, as follows EejjolveJ That lu aeuhtinn to the iloeksuh cnptmns, MO in bonds bi> issue 1 Uierehj iiictea. me the fmiil tu SIC i a ,00 AiivtliliiK to Get I HIT KMV YORK Jnn D (iimmcns has vut the following lettii to S, nnt El ,m c han man of the senate eommittc. on the ivoilels Ian 'Deal oppone thi woi Ids fu, bill Ixlmo vmi, otmnitteo icnte tliat I.nvn eoiisiilcinblfl that till ft out on tho pi oil OIK Him Itedanel lluiteinth stiect lown but littj- om fiontnge wlndi is inipicnecl m that Kisition I own fuel f i outage w hie h will >e absoibcel bj tlif silo anel which I have igieeel tokasefoi the (emsidtiation of one cl il lar for the poses of the tan Shoul 1 the [iiestion of my ow nei-ship of the hftvfmi eet cause the least cbstacle to anse in the nn) of deciding the momentous question foi fais citj of having the fan located hi r I v ill c he erf nil) give the m ab- solute to one of the wait i> chnntics ol this Fnttil Acnclent in a Mine, Vis, Jm accucnt oc- uiled at the Mentioal m ie which lasulted n the clenth of an Italian named Domimck tovamii and the serious mjur> of Giuzepjxi Giovanni and two othei workmen Ihoy were ecimtng to the surface with the skip, the hoibtmg rope bioke, causing the -ticket audits human freight to fall to the xittom of the bhaft. BATCHES, JXWCUIT, BOT Aurora BaJlroad Watch. Frank iS'rd KNQRA VINO, GOLD SIL VSR PL A TINQ MOCKER, Merchtnt Tailor, W Central ATCBIU A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 304 MA1X STREET, IroqaoU Hotel. Llwud l sunnd, iVm Then thud, tuuej Fouith rare soiling, 1 nub Prodigal 11 J OB second, Umpire thud, time, Tilth itue, selling, 1 Autocrat first, second Fet icles third time hixth inte, b t furlongs Couitier Hist, Je Im Aikms second Lady Atehei third tun 1 'i hist J 1 44'2 YOKK Jan final Ixmts in the sttit, b  deleited D Hagan Pas- time Hoth inc.n were covered with blood at tin ilrstol ai ittluig fyht The judge srliv agiecd in the 1 io-pound match Ktween Hal and H htevenson Pastime and the itteico gave tho bout to Hnrnij Stovinson WHS the favorite of tha audience It was a game hght J Mullen, West End was de- "ented b> T Nonpareil in the hght> weight bout It was a good contest The Ward Cane. .EVV YORK Jan F Duyster, tcpipsnitiiig the Metropolitan Exhibition ompanv and ex Judge Rowland, on behalf if John il Waul appeared before Judge )linei in the suptcme couit chambei'sjes- 11 lav til. sottlemc nt of the ordei on the msebull (leeision 'iuesduv Mi Dujster us] s that thi c isi be put on the calendar im- neeliati Iv Judge. O Bi itn said he would do ill he could to facilitate tlie matter and would thnt it was placeel on the dnv calendar In UeHimland said he did not think he ti v the case before Feb S house but a majoi ity of the me-mljei-s pi-esont and parti, ipatmi; m tho biism. ss ot the house I appeal" Mi Cusp etc linniul from Philip dt mik to I'lnlip soln-t Mi Camion of Illinois said the. constitution dec idecl the question at issue and said plainlv 'The majority of each houso shall constitute. a quorum to do business but it did not say that a mnjoi ity should be rccjuiie.1 to vote toi ameasme a motion 01 icsolution, m or- de t to pass it Mi Cm lislo of K. utm ky said this dec iston was not a question of pailiamentaiy law, but of constitutional law No speaket had LVCI before ele. ide el that less than a quoi um c onl 1 pass on a hill 01 votei m the house Jf the i til- ing of Speakei Reed was collect theie was no necessity tor any ptovtsioii in the consti ttition dehnmg ivhat; less than a quoiurn could do A mujni it> i (instituted a quotum to do business but tlios-e vrere not m the con stitution of the stato of New Yo> k, up.m which Lieutenant (Toveinor HilU decision had buse I Mr McKinle y took tho floor but yic I dec! to a motion to adjoin n, which w as c ai i led vv ith- out ciiv tsion The mattet will come up again to daj as sewn as the house meets, piolmbly on the joutnal nl> sue I Dial I He w I ib, I Alt, i t ussLlmii...... M is (In, mittu on Ii ,111 law ll ilthtlDu lav 'I il i 1 is 1 i v< ll lit. Ill'h HUH I i op, ii i inly jfoiir own ll I tt l n! i onxti r Minliy que tiou of approving jostciduys IN THK SI-NATF. WASiiivr.TON, Jan JO -Tho featuro In the senate je'sh-tdav was the) by Mr Mitchell on the silvei coinage question A c minium ation from the secretary of the navy was to the senate tiailsnut- tmgthe policy t.pott and his belief in thetnpacitj of tho countiy to hull 1 ships leiommeiided bj the I H tl, l, f I Mlv I it, 1 hy il, An, I, an 1 i ,1 i t miit, n IL i nitiilso th, v 1 ,tt d h u i, Wh. n.is I. Is diiiDlislinli ,ti on Jib JJ Whuum l in. lit .fill h fust i, h ih, nlui l) ItesolM  f An, riinn lonvintion um m irliMtl, hi h i i, up wink ne in u of s( u 11 1SS s Imll.lty I, l, anl I in Ih II, it lim )n tj llifol ,chili 8K, 'Jill' connmttxH' on KsoliitKins i til0 th y 111 favoi of holding tlu world s fmr m N, w Yoik toestubllsh it slnlo pi ml mg i alxjjish theiN.wYoik k ,1 distriiiiinntioii m inUs by nil! cnnals to the eight battl tep iitment 1 he senate adopted a n railing on the SB, retarv of the Ire asm v for information j a.s to debts due bv south in states on Indian tmst funds and on tin dtnittavof Istil Mi Mikhellaildt ss, ,1 tlio sonate on tho bill foi the free coinage, of sllvtr He said the bill was not a eluiund foi till issue of unlimited mom v as all agieeel that sue ha pohe.> woild bj suicidal H nlxihsh the loads to aid in estibhs, K, elM, the woikof mmois, n la buns tofavo, an uppt opt nit the ttoiof thocant- tol topiohibitcemtiH ts n, slal, pnsons ti, the o price plan m sons mid tx> point a i to linftaniu bill t.) tint of l.dhmdl Land's t, the conspu v so as they rilnlc ti) hiljin anil to m- cloi-v i inoldcrs.cignimaku, an I sho, makeis Keturnud to Her Firm Love AMSTFRD VM, N Y Jan W -A case that listounts Enoc h Arclen has just come to light n if Mis Norman Houghton has eloped ith her fu st husband a man named Pinch Jmih had just been released fiom state 11 Mm nfte t a flvi 5cars' term Mrs i hnv. Ill, y or Ij.) Ho put md the lutei (OUIHP anil tho board give him b s telcuse "i I u I Ih n u HUH, HIT 1 Mill K (imKMTION lar coiiu'iili.in of thuNulional leainie'wai, open. I Ihe t.) tlm convenlion were) an N. w Yoik. .1 R IMy, WalUi II il is the iltib will have to pay is wild the Rioitx A AlHll an nil. i II, Diilinglmm I'' H WuHhinntoii, John T Mai tin, limton, A n U I .iiinnt (hl.dKo, A (1 HpaulilliiK. htla.li Iphta John 1 Uogei'H, Al mid Ham U light I'iiisbmg, w A Nlmlik.AI Sinndi.ih M Blown lev. land, T A Howe, Inhii itobinmni und 0 A llnwluy Cm innuli llniiy Httrn Aac' '.....f "i "PWKIII for four hourii thu le liH.'Imgiiiljouinud until tc, day Jh  ,ei ciw I In. pidgn, while holding that on the ace of the ic, oid no urgemy that nonl.l win Hint (he issue ofn pn limimity m Mine tion anil that a regular I mil vvns IKY ro- sary tx> disMpnk doubts and to sulMtctiitiatfl n jnoctf niitraiiilna Jiel. i Waid, niiMt uniquivcxally aV id. dt he mum cnntentinn in favor of the engu.'h lium that (ho eighteenth ,f the contract of lull an option on thu playoi 'B sei foi the seoMin of JMK) tec reconimencloel tliat they Ix) aiilhoi d todnect tho piomvution of suits n equity m eve ty state and fodeial court In he States that may be neceHsuiv lo obtain pioper jm Mic tion to lesti am league Jiajus whoaie bcjund or nwei veil by con iae t with league clubs for 18HO, giving .hi n wivu.es to any othei club or i I his npc.it was ailoptixl bj an unnnimon. Jhi iieoinmt'iidation will Iwcniried 'I be negolmtions committee repoi-ted that nbrjiit m applications foi posit ions had been ive.1 playeiH and that n numlwr had iv n i by the cmnmittoe I Ins re] ort was also a. ceptod This consiitutcd the biiBiness of the day A FATAL COLLISION Two Collide at Wan Killed Four V.MTON, N Y.Jan midnight f ni go (xpi ess on tho Ei: Jistliuiind, into the rear of li.nv Kid in black, tans, IH-OWHH grays. All with iiowfHt fancy sliloliod liucks.neatand Htylisli. The iMticics aiv only and 81.2U pair. The latter (o tmttoiin. A full nssortmcnt of the ti-d P. ('cnU.nuM-i Kid Gloves in all the dewiiablo shades can be found among our big line. Beautiful fancy liuehing. Ladicn' h'nc OorsetH. The C. Cornet for fine wear IH the coiwt. Tlie hand- nu-Ht Kace Veiling; the new- est and nioHt Htylmh in the market can be found here. MudornaColton and Barbour's genuine Irish Flax Thivad for lace work. Ladies' fine Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. ERIK STORK. mm N, U, winch wax standing at the uta- 1011 at Tlie rear nlw.pcr of No 12 as w kc I I'HtiKkMolony, n piomment xilitii un of Owego, was putting little 'ill on tin tiam wh( n tho eolliMon iK'cTirrod le niu, caught Ijctvveen cars and killcxi Foui were injured A f antim. VC.TOV, Jan caucus of Dem- ciutie w natxirs was held for over two hours ast evening to conwdtr of party S. natoi of pre- lelccl Scv ei al long hes in favor of the jloption of Mutable incaBiiros were made, nt no action wastakin b. yonrl the adoption f a icwihition the of a com iittcc to consult with the house eoiigieswonal feu the purpose of selecting u ccjn- cxwutivoconmiitto-toTOnduct (he ,xt campaign and to define erf uty The Abeidec n affiii not 'I. i red to in the conference Ci-nttal New York Horumen. NOHAUTOv, N SO At a meet- nig of the- members of the Central Now York C M 1'irndergastof Phoem ichols of Elraira and J BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING. BA'IlfllLTDIiiJPHiSOITi REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS! AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS! and UPWARD: until E. A. SALYEH, KNTBAI. AVKSIIIK. UNDER THE STARS AND Colombian InrlUnt to be or fttatwb NEW YORK, 80-The Tribune the Indians of the Han Blu oowit hnre neiod and their country to tha Umtal SSUtM For years them Indian, have been supplied with merchandise in exchann for cocoanuU by the American They have bad little communication with the rat of Colombia and have lived under tribal rale, never acknowledging the authority of government at Bogota. The recent attain of American vesnela laden with for them, and the utoppagu of trade with country by the action of the Colombian gun boat IM Papa, have exasperated them to the highent degree Several of the of the of the larger tribes have been brought to thfe -ouutry and educated When the learned of f he action of the Colombian gur- nment and La Papa they decided to become c itlattin Moon afterward the 1-a Papa appeared off Ihe coast and a landing party waa ashore The ran up the Americmu flag and the firing of a signal brought a large fence of armed Indlaiw to the spot. They completely surrounded tho tnrv sent txhtm from the gunboat A leading chief Informix! the Colombian commander that the Han Bhu Indian were Americans and would flfrht under the Ameri- can flag IV foroai from the gunboat wen directed to return board vc-w. I or suiter the coiMequencai. The Colom- bian commander had no alternative, and men boarded their and iteamed down the coast A aecond lon.ling wax nioJe, and a Meona time the Inrliaiu assembled in force and de- clared tienwelvei Americaiu Again they demanded the return of the Colombian on board the U Papa The Colombian, n- tiled on Ijoard and La Papa nailed awmf. There are said to be in the flan Bias district, and an attempt bytheColoa't- government to them would fraught gi-oat expenne and difficulty. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. SPAPFRr SPAPFRf   

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