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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 31, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               Coan t, lire, sail, I me te-ne.it. 1'ipe, Tile, (.tnronev Tops Ckimney V re Bnct. Fire Clay Pooapnates, I antlplaster Telephone. No. 40. 1ED 1864. icqnes, LSTERS, iCKETS, v ERT'S CHIMNEYS. Store ans l-'4 Center St. i or id Robes, Mittens, >LES. WHIPS. RKJNS D N. Y. LUMBiNG Filial. .Lew Prices. CASH ies! 3. ty flavor. F SAID." EANS. Dried, DUNKIRK, N. Y, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1890. NO. 148. a REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NFW BIT-INQ MACHINE lor ruling A ill kin is ol blanks la the latent audition tu ibi Mechanical Department ol Imukirk Printing Compan LEXASDEB'S Coal and Wood Yard, A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel 1'late Dtnol All frritdes ol Hard and Soft Coal, W linD Lumber, shingles and Lath Tree leliT Correspondence tor wholesale lota ALEX. M. HANK, Practical Plumber, Gat and Steam Fitter. Special attention jmtn to sanitary Piumblng Estimated given on 1 moihmg, das Kitting, 8team Keating and Uot AT I urnacca 27 E. Third, street. K. OIFFORD, 128 and SZ5 Central Are Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous t of Balnea a specialty Sitters net t not wait for sunshine except for ja its. 1 BOOK IRVING, Pro- prietor, No. IB K Second street, near liul- sireot, Dunkirk, M. Y. Magazines, Mu- i'dmpoleta, etc., bound in alt atyles Orders pruuiptlj attended to. Ail work guaranteed. pUKCHKB'B CROCKERY HOUSE, I) 3tB Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and Domestic China, Glassware, Ac. CHAS. H. HARRIS, S21 Central Are. Gen- eral Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. Before traveling insure your lie in the old reliable "Travelers'." Seal Kstate Agent. Loans negotiated on property.   ROE'S PHARMACY. 300 Central Avenue Headqnarlen lor Wall Paper Paints. Oils, Ac. PERKINS, J. W, S09 Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, t miles, collars. hips, Buffalo Robes, i 'urse Covers. and Sleigh Kobes. T. vr Murray, S37 Lion street. A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and Gas t itcng. orkmunahip gnar- nteed I) i 17 East Third street, r aehionf.ble Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advaatage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PH. CART US Lion street. General Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special- fs'.of Sherwit. Williams Pa. ot and Monroe range. RCI.INv., sneh as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Pnntlng Company, 8 and 10 E. Second st RUDOLPH MOLJIKNHAUER, Cor Third and Buffalo Sts., in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk. R CO., 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies, l Liquor Store for Family Use. ROBERT Lion street, the depot Boarding. Sale. Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. R KID, J. vT, M ?M street Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specially ot first olasa makes ol Pianos and Farrand ftVoter a. onrroRD, 301 central Ave. cup O General Insurance and Real Estate Fire-Lite, Accident, and Live Stock loMOranee. Prompt auenbon nv DB to bnyinx and selling KeaUCstata. p rp C. JOMK8, I 75 E. Third et., eor Deer. Bicelaior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Lud. Oysters and D T ItOLPIl, M D Offlee over 1 yvn u Di ntf sioie JJ1 Kesi Itnee t_  w k -L btllinp h tin, JAs I. A MKi, man, N .a.nnumy, u, O 6t asliiiiKton, I> c upi) 1 SI nu flee 1'auinto.taviau.aml'ic Iraelc Marks All l-at4.nl I re, conilurieil for moilcrau, rets Injonnal i AUMU. and siiecinl scut n cmplovrutntat honiLiir truchiii; So s ihi it ing liutici.li luciim, ui.t in Iwishtofinijloyalcwlmlicsoiisaliii) t. tiike chaigeofiny uubiiiLss at thtii h.iiu, Light, tery iasunaung ami htalthlul W ,M h per week. Ke'ercmc f "l MK'1 isville Kj ror Kent or Sale. Hoiiae corner Secnn I niiil linvi streets Nowlj iHtecl up aim in lint i (inilitiiin Hill sell nn easv turns bn ,11111 ut tin ,1 Martin Hunter to Elders' :-.UPRIGHT GRAND'- PIANO THE TTAJfO MANl F I anil THE THE HEATED DEBATE OVER THE RULES CONTINUED ENTIRE INTERIOR CO EXACTLY LIKi: 1JIK PlAXO, AND OX PUF( Is! LY THE SA.M1 1-HIN- tlPI.l t in, nlthSlt tin. Depth 2 fl 4 n Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get a Mcblin it Sons Piano with PatentjyiiiiHer, which reclucci tlie tone to a minimum Do you mar the front of tht piano with your fingers m playing The Patent Finger Guard on the Meh lin Sons' Piano prtvcnts that Do you want genuine Giaucl in Lp right case' Then the Melilm A, Sons will suit you Do you like a sweet, full, round, jet mellow tone' Then tht Mehhn A Sons will charm you Have you a taste for the artihlic9 The case of the Mchlm Sons Piano, Italian Renaissance stjlc with bus-re- lief panels is a real work of art and nt for a palace Do you want a piano of exlrnonlinaiy singing quality, and delicacy of touch' The Jlehlin Sons' on these pomts will win your praise. But here we must stop for our limited space will not permit us to mention all the excellent features of these superb instruments and whether jou intend to purchase or not, we invite you to call and inspect the Mehhn Sons' Piano for yourself Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK, N, Y. FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hcrebv giv en that I taken m> son.ttudolph Korh.iuto pnitnei-lsip w tli uie n Uie furniture business, that tht irill hcrenfur bu cnnducicd under the lirm name of 1.01115 hoUiMl Sun LOLTIS KOCF. Drunkenness 9r the Liqior Habit, Positively Cured AIMIIISTIIIM DI. HAIIES' BgiOEN tf EC1FIC. II cm be givsn In a cup et coffee or tea. or In ar tides ol load, without the knowledge of the per- son taking It; it Is absolutely harmless and will affect a permanent and speedy cure, whethei (be patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in every Instance 48pagcbooa FREE Address in EtOtKU SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Race St Cincinnati 0- C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 364 MAIS ST., BUFFAT.O, N. 1. DEALER IN mmi Clocks, Silverware, leather Gooels, Etc. OOLD SIL PL A TIXO JKWELRT, MX Bar the Aaron Railroad Watch. Bepairinr a speolaltv. Frank f. StapJ. if B. Third at TET It MOCKER, Merehant Tailor, f W Central A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, OppMiM Iroqnols Hotel. Mr. tliKlnliy Explains Tint Tlilngn Sine the Ki publii-am Vilile I nr- AS ASIII-C.TON, Jan I -Ihe gall, i n s of thi hou i weie euwdi-d v steulav n antiei i f a U'umplioi il eelni vl u s t n Mi Km kmndge of Kentucl v sum eUil tin pieliminui) wai er) of tin Dimiuats '1 hi iliik m leading the inuinal onuttul tin naini-sof those not v it me, on the jne-stunof eemsid lution U e-ilni sdav llnsli mn'ht Mi Bill Mill !lM to Ills tlllslll lltmgfol .gill tun Hi li nan lid that the names if i i se not v >tmn si ul 1 be 1L Ul ,111 e mill the iisUini ossente j to the ic-c) estnndthe coin i tion was ma Ii Inn the leading of the n il was iver scvenil members weie on thin feet The s-peaker Mi McKmliv, who that the ]oiiiiial appioved uiddtmanded the pievioiis question Mi Khiiu hard of lallmgatthe top of his vc n soastx In IK aid alwve the dm said he lost to a i ot pi iv ikge llu SJN nkei iilusid to him and put the n on the appnial of the ji uinul amid shouts of disiippi >val fiom the Di moi nits Mi Springer of Illinois one of the Demo- ciat.i Indus, manured to make himself heaid btfoie the sjjeul ei ma'e his dec LSI 11 on the vote He said he men id tliat the house adjoin n before Mi MeKmlev s moti .n was put and the vviu obliged lei put Uie uioti >n to aelj inn 10 the house ilr bland othei Ui mo f tin sptakti sdrsk madt some un intelhgil Ie lomaiks at the top ol his voice tl at wiieileul) tine iinjilinii utar) to Mi Peed [It is nnderstoexl that Mi Blind said, that ever pic s-id'dovei al and I deiionnie Altii tlie confusion had ome less intense tho put Mi Spi ingn s moUon te ndj mill Mi Mi K mli domandi d the v eas an 1 mv s, 1 the) weie oideied The mil i all ills closesl a sti ic t pait) vote and the motion was llil) veas 1, Mr Mi Kinle) dcmandtil the prev ions ques- tion on the approval of the join rial and the yeas and navs wire oi del eel on demand of Mi Cailisli hlk thise piiceedmgs were going on BI nil ing parti s lad bien si nt out aftei re-c i eant me niln i s an 1 little s jna Is Ije- gan te> i ome in Uhe Demcitiats'left amid fn m voting on the u 11 call hiu the n 11 call was finis-heel it was evi llent that a imoiuin had not voted The sjjenkel then followed his pioceedmg of bv leading a 1 of namci of Demon ate pi c'sent who had not voted and deelnnil that a quorum was m the house and tliat the previous question was sustained JIKIS and groans came fiom the Dem H i ats cheers and hand-clapping f l om the Repub- licans Mr 8j i mger rose to a question of privilege but tlie spuikei refused te> letogmzehim be- tause the i leik had alieady begun to tall the loll on Ut motion of Mi MeKmlev to applove the jouin.ll Mi nf Kentuil v, with vehunent lejeated hislemaiks ot denounemg Mr Fei'd s ae ti >n as lev olutionaiy All this time the roll cull was going on and tin DeiiixniTs1 enlivened the proceedings by Question, qil( s 1 HI Mi C ai hsl w is finall) d and fhe roll ea'J was susjiendcd Mi Carlisle said time was so much con fusion th it nothing could IK1 heal I an I to th s tlie lepheil that it swmeel to him that tin disc i del eame from the gentlemen who el mancling c uli i A theer fiom the Ripiniuans tihoed his remarks Mr Ket.il then snUd that the question was on the tionof Mi Mi Ivmli v s motion to approve thejouinal anlfhcioll c ill was proc-eiHled with the IKlioclats as befon-, abstaining from v itmg At the iinilnsi n of the roll call the thai a immbi i of ciaN were in then seats givingthui names an 1 din'ureil a quorum i esc nt Ihc veas he anncunced, weie the 1 lie declared the jounial ui1 pte-d I ajijieal film that died 5Ii Ihesjx ikor lefnsed to rooogmre him and Mr Mi Knde) aiose and j i on ided tci speak Without minding Mi MeKinln Mr Splingei ion mi id to al the ti p i f ins 1 ue f 10111 llimois is in t m oiik i sad thi i 1 am m i li i mul Mi Sprmgi r Hi Oinn lanwilltaki his seal 1 the spcnkci i T 'IT DOWN I w U 11 t fnkt mv si it said Mi Springer Thin ni in. uies I mid i me 1jii- 11 si at" jhiiii-s.'K t i tin I ai 1 Hi sitiic that livulle Ian, 1 tl i en utist lie- gin Mi 1 Ivmli v i jntl me 1 U spin en the questu n i iisiil alumtthc i eiwei ot llu sjjcakei to count mtmliel-s im plisentwhj ri to vote m 01 kr tei siture u quonim Mi Springer in quick tones continued to that he was out of oiclei He was theeied by the Demex i ats aud the gallel ies A lull enabled Llan 1 of MISNOUII to rise to protest the n >n lonstilut i of Mi Spun ei He was leelarcd out >t iidnr I am m oi iiied Mr Bland exi lUdly an id a him ing i heers fio'n his lolleagues Ihmgs to quiet iliwn wlen Mi M Cieiiiv ot Kentuikv iUn tndid rcv-ogmlii ri _ml piiKiided to make otui i out of i Imos b) exj laming how matteis stis_xl and asking that Mi Spun0ei be Phis ie- quest the spi akei ginme 1 and Mi 'siinngti stateil h s Devalue He denian led a CM rectlon of the lecoid hi 1 'nig that it was tLe. pi iv of v ei) mefiiliei to see that he w as correeth lecoicied in it Ihe speuke- sus- tainexl Mr anil the latte. sat down without fuither interfeience Mr UtXmle) thtn exintinued his remarks He reMewed thi piocee-lmgs of AVextn sdav contending t'i it the six-akei, in countu g the membeis who lefuseel to vote as piesonT, had violalcd no rule of parh imentai v law A pailian entai> ensued dur Sir MiKinlo s addiess Mr Me Kinky and Jli Cailisiron the speakers ruling that it vv is not neies-sai) to have a quorum vot.ng to pass a miasure but simply to have a quonim piesent XsoneorfJie other gentleman se-jred a point he was greets ed wuu applause by those on his side of the house OVE MEMBER S-CrFICIEVT All that n as m v olved in the appeal, saici Mr was simply a question of fact Was not the count correct' The tonstituti in did not declare that a majontv of the mi mbei-s who answered to their names should constitute a quorum It was not de- i how the ques-tion of should bo detennined He thought it right that if sitt) -se v en me mbers sat silent f n their places om mi mlii i should have a right to pass a bill It was the dut) of the others if they wjs'il t) deli at it, to cast then >otes it Mi in INK inquired If one man could pass l) 1 ill i Mr the veto Mr Mi kndey said that the constitution (roviiNI that u and naj siluuld be tuktn n a Mjjwl bill Mi Cuhl that i nc fifth of the in mli rs Imil u uiidu the eonstitution to lull li.i the >oas and on an) other li it ii n mil it thin became as nnjiertt tut as tin th r 1 Ml M s e Mr MiKmliv saul that whin Mr tathsle in. sigi man) I illi that ha piessid without Ihe jiiisiuie of a Hi iru u Ik i us to admit that he had fil Instil til m past M rs but he i ould ni t now if-allthat he had done it from a i in Lie or a woithv jiis-JKise [Ap- nisi N iminoiit) Imd i voi can HH! on lihl ust, i that had not Iicen ashamed of it- sill afteivvaid Ifgentlemin on thi other sidewuntxil a reviluti n let them get out of the house [Applause Ihose gentlemen wanted a hctioii that said that ft man uas absent from his seat e e nstn i tue- 1) w hi 11 in futt he wofc Tht Hi puli- luans the jomnul tu deilaie the truth llwtuanni of the mm mtv was in flmtilv nn lecxlious than the yranny of a m i Mi tiisp mttrrupted "Ui Jti Kmle) to sav that Mi Blum hail denied the rlflit of an) om sav that a mi mbcr was present THF 01 IN nooil TO ANARCH} Tuinrrof Gloria said m re to Mr MiKmlivthau if thewilil view piesfiiteil line was once grafted on the pi a ti e of the. In use it we uld inanimate a reign of anarehv and piofiuui) unprei eilenUd m thi annals of the tin itn He at used the llepulilicaiis of hnv ngihangi-d thin views on this ques ti m to sun, a nt inieig ncv Mt Hesyil in liis eh at -uixk had said that lihlmsteiing was a dishonest, unpatriotic prm tue He denied the light of the sjwaker nc to him a" nt aud not-v iting, thus helling him up to the a.% dishonest mid un] alii itie The speakei had nn moie conti ol ovei the minutes than he had He had n i doubt of the dei i-um of the people when this question should go to the but as an American anxious to mam tain th> ti-e condition of the fathers he osttiil inembei-s to put Ix hind them this ti mptaf i n M But rworthsald this dinisim was a cliiaitni Him the piaetlee w hlc h had Iwt n tnleiaUd m the house half a ei nturv and whiihv as sanctified b) antiquity if antiquity loul 1 sun tify that which wasmitsUf wiong This quest] ni involved the power of the ma ji i itv to 11 li m this countr) and members should diUunine whethei the constitution eontttin t in it elf the element of suu ide Mi linttei woith dissented fiom the. pn> position ailv iiK-ed b) some of thummoiity iiiemlji i s that u member must answer to him stlfnnd his constituents alone whethei he would vote and discharge his duty here or not lint doitrino would have passed when it was hdl that memlxis .vere amlmssadors from the states but it would not do m Janu- Is lei member was heie to legislate not simply fm himself and for htsconstitu ents lut for the whole counti) and the connti) had a right to exatt of hmi that he be in his place and perform his duty At the close of Mr Buttervvoiths speech Mi Mi Kmlej moved tola) on the table-tho from the speaker s d ision Mr Spimgtr moved to adjourn. The mo- tion was defeated The roll call was pro- cetdeel w ith and the motion to lav the appeal on the table was 163 0 No Di mot i ats responded and most of them Ie ft then seats during the call of the roll akei llee.il again no sd dow n the names of the IV nix rats present and not voting When the announced the result of the vote and declared Mr MeKmleys motion carried theie weie shouts of 'n i quorum and exclamations of indignation on the Dem- ociatn side In the midst of the tumult and uproar the s-peiku i ei ogmzed Mr Mi Kmley for a motion to adji urn put it and declared it cai i led, but 1 efoieheli ft the chair (amid shouts ot film the cxiitod DeniKiats) he paused long enough to give Mr Sjninger a chance to say that he lin 1 demanded the )eas and nays The spiukei said he had hi aid no request for the v ns an 1 navs but if the gentleman from Hlmi is said that he rise m his place and called fi r them the speaker would recognize tho deniano and -o Mr Springer had the jxior satis-fac tion of hav ing the )eas and nays lalled with the result )eos I'i4, >7 The house fhen nirneil tho Republicans jubilant over their suit-ess and the Dem )ciats feeling eon espondmgly depiesseJ IN THK SfNATE Jan senate vester il iv listened to speeches of Senators ance and Hampton on the lace question Mr Hali reported back from the i ommittee n i us is i bill appropi luting 1 IXKJ 000 to um 1 Ihe s q i nntt mbut of ci iisiis to pi-e- st us of farm owners renters, moit- s in i lists re nts etc Mi Miiiian oppi sed the bill and i liar ai U 11 1 tl l qniid sta'ttics as of no v il ie Hi in m v In said u ml 1 tie wasted A.IU1 si nn lis uv-u n th bill was tei4 llu 'silk iibbon'lidl was takin up and aflei be arionied, was pasvsl A resolution was agreed to instructing the ronu nttee on public buddings and grounds to n eiune as to the necessity for an addition to the lute House, a new gov ei iiuient print- ing office, etc MR "VANCE OV THE NKGRO QLSSTIOX Mr then took the floor and ad di t sseii the senate on the nigio emigration bill Mi anei a speech took a humorous turn and wis fiequeiitly apiilauded liy the crow tied gallt i ic He DC fan bv sav mg that the sins of the I itlu i s shall be v isitwl upon the call di en, win h he wild was another w a) of saving that thi mistaki-s and ci lines of one geneiation i-emain to plague anothei genera- tion He sketched the historv of slavery fi >ni its introduction to its abolition, and said that fin the sake of the negio we aie to- ln) threatened not >nl) with political afflic- tion but with a servile war, whose weapons shall be the midnight torch and the assassin's dagger and w hose ictims shall be sleeping women and children He criticised Mr Ingalls reimrks as pv roteehmcs concealing [ttuicitv of ideas He had si ai cbeel that speech and wondered where the re me eh tor the existing ev ils was Siggestwl m it The Kansas senator's solu tionof ju tiee' was about rj definite as the twinklmi; that romamed urdei the closed the withdrawal of light tice meant that the people of the South should quwtly and gi acefuljy submit to negro rule whc re-v er the negroes were in the ma jar- It V Since the wai, wherever the negro had ruled, his course had been marked by failure and ruin A few years of suth rule would constitute a damnable blot on the memory of those who it and n ro hi 1 ked on with complacency so us tin tlui'vis were Ilepubluans and tle-vi t in-Di iiHKnits Ml tlmt thi nivi >hi! prosper i nlv nhen the i ontiol of ulliurs hu 1 been taken from his hauls II, nl the s-uppiessu n of tliepoiulii vofi 1101 th of Mason line t> the en lusion of negroes fiom ineatres and othei plan's there He said it was tube that om bl i k man nuuldbt ihosen toiepiesi nt Hut e tu 11 m isingiess s dav and tnat tin mMligelit black man might some ila> lie s, nt I i lepie- sent the L States som< w hi 11 1st than m H or 1 ilxiia (I-anghtci Mi that notivithstin b iq; the thnatsofMi In, alls that thu of the N irlh w mid uish to the resi ue ot then Southern bn tin in il Hint lin iat t i loi tho m-gro m the Northern and U esti i n st ites Ml said he the lsa_ thing let us In idu him uigh tei VIII HVVPTON MA'TS A DKMAI Mr Hamphin nd lussi 1 the seimti nt soino length lit di med tht statement of the Sena ten tiom Kunsiu, (Mi Inifttll-j, hiLsiii on a newsjiapel extnu t, that hi- was m favor of tlie extermination oftheiiegiu Hi) fuvowl no sui h horrible jwlliv He did nit think the methexls ol Mi Ingalls m dealing with gieatpubln quistions wi re ben oinmg Mi Hampton tuined unst Mr Ingalls b) qui ti im tin -Vtlimtii jnsti tntiim tin foil nving i xtiai t 1 nh ss hist )i is n Inlse lull her, it is not IMISSI! 1, f >i distjjit uuivs not homogt n ions to exist in turns of political equalltv un U i the same government One 01 the ithii nmstgi Ui the wall" 1 that, sal 1 Mr Hampton is signi 1 J J Infills Mi Hampt ni jiid (hat w lull in lull an end with thi nuasuii projiosed 1m haidh thought the lemidv me t the li pinemonls of thi ease his would have to IK lesoited to an 1 niniti KI iltli and nun li nanustton si 1 latiin w mid hiivtt to be given to it riuieuas as vit n >t sullii jnrt mfoimation on win h to basi i tl >n And until such mli i niati ul was ibtamed all ac1- tloA on tin pint of th senate would be pie- mutllle It was fust loin osi ei tamed vvhc tliei an) negnxswcu mfavoi of emtgiati in an i if vi what destination the) pief i Then it w uld have txj be seen whether a suitable 1 n c mid be fi nnd f >i thi in an 1 some appioxnnat'il estimate of the i ist U tlie com I isi >n of Mr Hampton s spei !i lln bill we it without action and the si nati aftei a In u f ixeeutho at -1 i ad join 1111! until Mi inlay THE WORLD'S FAIR BILL IT IS UNDER CONSIDERATION 3Y A CONFERENCE COMMITTEE THE NATIONAL LEAGUE Last Session of the New Meeting for Stile. NEW YORK Jim ,1 National I3a.se- ball league met again at noon After a session of two bom's ami u half thy convention come to n close The held an informal discussion on the piopositu n of inciiasiug the li ague munliei-ship b) ail nutting Di trolt and Baltimore '1 In i lia .In! not meet with favor ami tht muttci was chopped "without any final aiti m being taken Mr Stearns of the Detroit club and Hairy VanJerhorst of tho weic piesent and took part in the talk A commumcatie 11 was reeciveMl fioni the agent of the old Intcrnatiunnl Buffalo cluh ting that he was authorized to negotiate for the release of M H Lehane foi fl 710 C. C Collins for 000, J J foi E J Flynn foi W W Andnu for C Hanilmtg foi A Shcpard tor and P E Dealey for fJOO llns conimunua tion was referred to the com- mittee It was resolved while plajmg on the home grounds dubs must wear white umfoi ms Aw ay 1 rom home the) may weai an) othen color The question as to how many pel vim each club should be allowed to grant fi oe admis- iion to games Has discussed nt length and the matter referred Uj the schedule comntitti-e When the convention Rdioumed it MILS solv ed that the next gathering at the call of the chair should be a leeonvened annual meeting This w ill be the schedule meeting, and the action is taken so that anv business may lw transaoted instead of matters being confined to committee work Gnttenberg R ices NEW YOHK, Jan il Outtcnlwrg trai k yesterday was veiy but afforded a safe foothol 1 an 1 most of the evi nts we ie- till h will I Ki-slllts Fust ri e puixe fm 1 ings s first, Hamlet second binees-s thn I time, Sixth ram, 1 mile Binnsilc fist I illy Equine) second, Hai WIMK! thu 1 time 1 >i'j Civil Examinations ALBANY Jan il I ho eui! seiviceoom- missionei-s liave issued an older appointing an open competitive examination of cants foi aipoiutment undei the Imard of electrital eontrol us msjiectoi-s m New York city The exammufcon will take place on Tuesdav, Feb. II commiiuinir at 10 oelotk a m Candidates must bo of the state Theie will also be- an examination for luterpreteiii at the same time Appointments on Public Works. AIBANY, Jan .il Superintendent of Pub- lic Works Haiman has appointed Thomas Oalv in of Troy, a oca of I'ostmaster Gal vm, chief clerk in tue i fice jf public works Terrenes I Harclm a division su- perintendent was appointed nssisjint super- intendent in pkee of John K Ashe resigned. The Mowfltt Case N 31 -Referee WU- lettE Hoysiadtof Poughkoeijsie in the suit of Miss Marv C Monatt Vb llieodore C. Wowatt and othnrs, will begin taking evi- dence today The main point will be to ascertain what the defendants have done with the money MKM Mowatt has paid them. Anirntbly Kejeetfl (he or th I luli.icil tri bn of Him T C Lletmti. In Uie Con- fervntu MeetinE Jan Hssemblv roiisiiliuxl the unite wuills fan bill and aftei 11 long diM ussii ii Mi him s motion to sti ike out tho nann s of the twentv Ivvoad diti mill coiiimissioiins who it is asseitnl would lie undei the eontiol of I homas C Watt was adopted bv u vol. of UN lo Id Bills wile mtroiluiixi Hi Mr H 1' foi the dis- tribution of dend tKKhis to mi i i atetl medical si hools iindu u Ham londiiions B) Mi 1 mv iding lhat when hoi-se (lush is usiil m the nuimifactuie of sausage sol I as for the fait must lie announusd on a cousnu uous sign B) Mr for wvvcn? on thi Kings eomitv faun and piovilmg that tux. valuuflun of tin faun shall noteveed fll (XX) also n hit u i to Ihe disi liaise of m sane [laujieis and the itiummit nuitof Ihoso Mi J K Oli un ir-Appiiipiini-mis (HK) foi the expenses of a mmisMeii of flv e Io i, v isc and i oil f tin gnnu s III the evening SIXM m the- mi mi mil of the New Yoik Ha i ussi a i n ie oniiiu iidm nn investigation >l Julri 1 ikstavus indiitt m the Flat k cluoiei i as i ci i u an I lefeneilti the judli i iv ininnltii A eonicieni e i ommiLl v i is a) [KMllteil oil the win lils fun 1 ill Bills weic passed B) Mi for die uemni; the outlet ol luiiil Inku By Mi mtis t law stnb lislnnga finest uiinmissioii In CM. j ting KM tain lands Mi mum intioduied a hill Io tnable tlvirs limn elt to Hint Iliiu un pinl Ls 1 11 w lib limn bv public nn tn n sail of i Is Adjouii 1 IN Till si NATI Thesenato afti i tin mil ilmtim if lulls took a HII ss until 1 uliilc o Hut senators could u tn tin I bull in the nsj mblv on the w >ilds Ian bill Bills wi i e [msst il Mi 1 assi tt s fu tivi I win and building ass MI us 1 mii bus Illl Shlll tills sl.lU dijioslt sKIIIKKI i w nh the bank di pai Um nl and up it tin 11 U) annually Making employers III st n fi 111 d 11 editors linns sot lonlissiim of I nabhng Ehmiato bmlda pul hi aiademy Ihe si-nnte woilds Inn bill was mummed fiom Ihi UKSI mblv on tin nioiiunlng >I the si n iti afli i lei i ss Mi aiilni mini 1 foi om in in the nss in bl) am n Inn nt m I HSS th I ill Mi JIHIII mo iil in n u ni Hill-lire and askixl that u lonlinnie i onnnilut be Ml I mson iLslcwl how tin In iisi i up. point a i mli i nn i, uimnUs I as it h 11 a ij mi m d Mi I mm said th s, mt" mid n main in sis i m hist until Hi lull In a il on Mi Ivissnil the tutnlv (wo in minus in u mi] 11 i tin bill in I s ......as >n must In gui n at i n e foi (h i Iditi in i i the new nann s Mi SiiThm suit ,t uns In to the dli'mU of tin senate I i. n li ivni ti f! K t an amn i ble snliilion of iliili nuns tin iiniilii cm e The in n inn h id bn n I doubt nisi it w is ii nnd ndvuible to briadinthe ci i nm s: n mvnw of iLs nn Mi nntt r said the n w nann s wi re addiil solil) toinabli Mi 1'hlt tn mampnliiU tin fair 'Ihi iss mi; lit mil ton ion ferini'e If it did llu i nniniiltii loiillnot meet IK foi e tn lav and (h I ill ouM not 11 ai h tin i mill III.M "Ml sin 1 hum nnv s duullv sltion tin twuitv two in nn n iwopli the leal leusjn v lln si m w names weie ad leil Mi (Jtonnoi said tin tw ntv IHOIHW men should IH? Ittamnd to tin oligmal compoHiticnylif tho eommissi m ivlmh gave eontiol to lammanv and evii) senator should slnnd b) those names, e n li Jiew lost the fan Mi (alitni (iiiKiiu tmgl -lhat is a Re- publican posit n n Mr Blown pml a glonmg ti ibute to the metropolis and di-i lai that, h w as not In ie asa partisan No one will ton h tin fun bonds if tho new names ai i add il Jin pubhnns had introdni lino lin lull lilies of aslmi) and filth) imtiiu 11 Un bill passed us (he ptiiplu want it he vvonl 1 give toward the fall it i in e Mr liniid (haf tin- ndditu n of names would impt ill lln sm s., of the 1 ill Ihomajoiit) ol the me UJKII itoni were iieihajis Dem HI ats whih wilh the amendment tin m 110 it, vv iuli' jn i h ips Itepulilitau Hi in u nuns wi it no! in dend U Iw plwid onl list by an> om Mr Platt was afiiin.loi tlie fan as vvas slownl) tin fact tint he was one if thn tin in jjoi um s Mi Shan mil tl i sai) tn in nn ill all ml Mi Ivi-s saul th il i aji i ot cnatid bv il than half ot the u 11 to '1 mum in tic null not d i gei had i iiml t, Di i vv Shniil i 1 km tinl III-fail and hit, In nchlni n >u.ut n if t t eontiol of New IKKl 1 hi us-vMnbH s i (iii n i ji-itul I latts mw iiHtnis un I Iti pulili-ang thin had thu w n off PI ill nlhu lie K-C! tho seiuti lit; ul h, i i tlle sui n Mr Tttssett in rrjilv uf, riivl tn Messrs Ives and Cantor as twin angi of non- partisanship and e nlii to. 1 famman) scan-or fiom the time of lwes-d lummanv had assured the Kepublicans that ivmthegov i nor dare not diviU) its 'I he JOOO saloons m New Yi rk, undti jiohtf rule, made up tht ma jonty Mr Fassett said hi c-ould if it were worth hile deny ever) statemi nt of Mr sonal to himself 'Ihirtv-ono out of thuty two w ould i. ,pec t the iiwh t-s mori- ifthe) hud thm of Mi O Lounoi to say that, as Utw CM n the vv m JI s f alr and tlie mtegnty of the state ix.nslitu ion he wan for the constitution For hn wll h had not that courage There was then road by Mi Uoosc h an m tervitw had with Mi H O m winch he. opposed New York for the fan site. Mr Roesch asked if Armour were a pi up >t for the Mi Fuasett, den mncivl Mr Ives as n rebel, beannga b name" He uvuwe-d the new names of tne commission and eulogized them as w jrth) to conduet the fair The only question was wh-ther the Tam- many or the Republican bill pass Rather than have the Republican bill the will obstruct tbebillaud it is al- ready unid the goircmor would veto It. He did not boliev e Hat the governor would obey farnmanv If the gov ernor etood the bill it would ln> UM governor's rqrard for his until would prevent him from approving a bill he consitiensl mn-onstitutioual Ml Aheaili olmrait.iuwl tlie discilsHoll as fivolDusundlielieveil it imix-nled the bill He was willing to vote foi the twouty-two new im oi jHirntoin Aftei remaiksbv MI I IIINOII, Mi Erwi motion to noii-foniiir and for a conference committee wns tan 9, Aluarn voting m the atlllillative with the Kepubllialls 1 he ivinfi ivnoo committee was then named us follows Messrs Kiwm, Stewart and (an tor A large ciowd wns present m the galleries w hen the senate! reusneinbhil at S p m Im inedmU'h after the ojieiiiiig of llu- wssiou Mr 1-assi tt announced that tho conference WUK m uDiKion, but us Uie asouin- blv had a I gum mil, mid as tlmt Ixxly llllixt llrstait inth i onfi 11 n tho wimte was pomiliss Hi tlnn-feiiu iimutl that siMiati udj lui n Cui 1 leii roiil.rvnog fun II 1 i onfe 11 in e t onimittii, of the wen Id s fair met ut S (Up in 1 he Itepuhhian membem pro (xsetl ii iimipiomiso tlmt thn tumutit ui le-nd mi ill In ni 11 (id but that tho e hanges pro posed In tl. HtiiiiNialK m the tweiitj two IIIIIIK s b made I he Di mix rats i hiimisl lhat Iho t null mint committw cimld Uo nothing but ae 11 pt oi rcjii t (he neiuito amendment wnh its twenty two naiini, m Its eutnetv Ah no i om hision tould IH- reaeheil on this [Runt tin i ommittee adjourned uutd a. in to din GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS limne Marrlaire A In MII l.eiNpoN, Jim -Tim iimninffB of Sir Hi niv Ne-vill OladHtoiieto Miss Maud It n Iil w hu h took pliici- itsterdiiv, wasanmi- biillmm nflan m view of thu v n us unniuin i inentji that the ciiuminv vvoul i IH- t h inn bv almost tiuveio HK bi uie woMattendiMl by neivcn binlismiii Is eai Ii attireil m a costume of Ii sh p and the wedding divorations wuecxttnsivt and b The of isnns wnsvel) Imge KOIIJ- inosl among tin m m leHpec t of the attention In him b) eveiylxiily foituiinto git nun him wtui the vein ruble! It iiiaj' be lafcl) said that our now ami c-U-gnnt stock of Riiihioiilt'rioti was never ex- ct-lli'tl in Dunkirk. We have thi'iii all ready, and not a piece M niiiiiixfioinoui foinierHtocks. l'i u juti ill lust ad- vantage offered you anywhere in this all important line of fine and sensible designs and .-lioicest patterns of Kmbroid- eries and Insertings. All- overs and hemstitched, with neat tucking combined, in all making a moat desii able selec- tion. FlIVB TRACES I'SK. Shoulder of fine silk Jersey Mitts, choice in tints. Undressed Mouftque- ti.ire Kid Gloves, in black, ?n, tans, lirowiis and grays. All with newest fancy titehed backs.neatand stylish. Die PIUCKS are only and pei pair. Tho latter to eight buttons. A i I. sn H b m and 1 arl Giam ill.' 1ABOH HL1TIY eOMI'AVY !ed p- vui t, i in all the desii able sliadcs can aillOllg Oil I1 lllle. tmpliv.is to islahlixb a "lalioi supply iinpnnv the f millions of which in tout to irnish m n of anv Milling dusmil to take the lac is of im u  ti it' s in-s I l I S t i nn I t vli 1 lad A DI-STI11 (TIVZ A ternfli huiiuano passed over "Jord- iiisui, J iiissmn e-aming ;nal damage When the storm taint tijum tin a lineman was ongageiT In reciting a win on tin loof of a hiiuwi The foi ei- of Ihi wmdswipt him from tho roof, (mil in his fall ho sti m k tho top of a lamp port w ill h passid Uiiough hU killing him in stanth I he exertions of sevnol nit n were, riquinil iilease the dead Ixieiv from its im mint hi venil steeples weielilown down and manv i jofs were loowntd or toni en tllelv by tin gain A tninado also pre vailtil at ItUnkonhuig, piostrntmg the town of St Ijpoigi and infill ting otln i damage Hei mug l lots havo occurred at the Unl- versil) of >aples glowing out of the. oppo Hition of the students the. nmg of tho umvii-sitv during the prevalence of influenza Iliusfaitlu students have the advantage, Ihe institution remaining clewed STATE TRADES FEDEHATION Indorses the Massachusetts Hallotlng Sys- ALIIAM Jan il The stab- tiades fe lera lion dimusmd ballot icfoini A nsoliilion was ndnplcd indorsing tin Mama hu Its ballot leforin bill Ulld leiiuimil lldlng it to the Ii gislature Kosoluti ms wiio recommended favi i and thi n adopt.il ami nd the mii hnmi e lien law so that alien cannot In-Immli d t> icqucst moie sehool facilities m New ork ut) to leiomniend Yoik i it) nn the. pine e f ii holding the world s fair to mdoine the 1 Ilaltjis' label. In request legislituii to muko it Uuieutu tiusls to mdoisi' the trade unioiiM, of ,S) in- cuse, to pi event m gium, torn dmst the iiiiihunns hi n Ian A UK liitii n to mdoise the pi tirof liuffal i was laid ovel A n- 'ntum Ixi isk foi onl) the cm) of un im men on thi Alb ni) and otln i state am in. was a lopu 1 Tho Knssttt bill and the ti i I, nblv bdl the numki of laitory 01 s mil ailing women win> lead, nnd 1'n I u.ett in, asurc, with a amend' minis, wasade ,tei it was a ielepitt liom that Mi nnellv, factcwy waj, lliiompe-' tt nt and the law was not carried out 1 ho Passttl bill allows the Renurnoi to tight women foctoi) msjiei tors I hi ton- ventim then went into executive wmi ui to i nnsuli i the finances of the oi li r, after wlneh adjournment was had unlil fins morn BARGAINS CLOTHING. i REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS I AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. 75, nd UPWARD: t Thtm )u goiid uulil Veli Xi'W YORK Jan il hi niismen w ho weieon the Ixmd of Cashier Loui ii) of the pefctofflie detideel to maku no contort over tlie payment of the obligation of the luiui long itmfeiences with the lehitiv of berry, they decided to make up 1 U-.ev tin m the sum and to turn it to th authonties The bondsmen fitrui i then lount it about HVWO After consultant n with counsel it was decided that Lountlwrr) s estate coulel be turned over to the bondsme n and an estimate of the estate brings it up to just about the amount of the defalcation nailly Managed NEW YORK, Jan 31 A presentment made by the grand jury severely condemns the con- dition of a nutnlwr of the institutions of the chanties and corrections. The various insti- tutions on the jslanrl in the East nverand the prisons and honpttals on Manhattan island were visited by tlie jurymen The icport comments severely on the lack of accommo- dation for patient; in the BlackwelPn Island Female iKvlnm and nays the wooden paviluoi were unlit for occupation. E. A. SALYER, 22O KTTKAI. AVKNUK. Hiillriais Kleet BT I'ALI., Jan .il National convt-ntion eleeted the following Praidcnt, JolmJ Tinker, Now York, Hrst vice prai- dent A McAllister, Cleveland, second prc-sielent, Anthony Ittner, Bt Louis, escra- uiry, W H lUyward, treamrar. Ororge Tapper, ChiraRo The resolution at- reied by the New York delegation for orfaii- i.-mg local and state BO. ietiui and a national society composed of employers and of all trades and callings, was adopted. conv ention adjourned sine dlo. A fatal Kzploelon. OHWEOO, N Y Jan 31 Carey wmm awakened by a In DM cellar of hii buJU- ing, and going into the cellar struck a match Instantly an exi ocrurred which jarred the npighljonng building and the whole place was envi-lenied in flames Carey managed to p-t into the street with his clothing in flamei and a by w rapped a noat about him and xmothei ed the fire. Carey was horribly burned and will die The building wan gut- The canse of the explosion in a mynte-ry. Fonr Periwns Burnrd. HALIFAX, N H Jan DetatU at ater- nhln affair aM i weired from St Johns, M F four lives being lent by the burning of dwelling The victims were John Oor- leyandhfa throe children, two girlnand a boy, agod raipectively 8, 8 and 15 yean. Gorlev'swife Oorley had reacud throe of bin children before be perished with tho others The bodies the four victim recovered, horribly burned Itaitltutlon In I'lERRE, 8 D Jan 11 people of thto ctty are indignant at reports being circulated of (treat poverty m this state among Joint denouucing the untrue wire unanimously adopted by both hones of the legislature, and both an preparing to give crop statistics and other irrefutable proof iu the near future eettuw forth the fact that there can be nodMtite. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroes, NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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