Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 3, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 03, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XIX.DUNKIRK. N. Y , MONDAY. FEBRUARY 3, ISIK). NO. 1-TO HEP HE SENT A TI VE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 NKW RULING .MACHINF. for ruling t\ all kiiHliof blank* i* the lait st a tdilton ta th* Mechanical Department of Dunkirk I*rioting Compaa ALEXANDER'S Coal ami Woo* I Yard. Tv. Central Aurine, opposite Nickel I'laU Jui«t All grade* of Hanl ana .soft t >.ul iV Hidj Lumber, Kiting!** and Lath. ire* lei iv    Corr«aiH»n deuce for wholesale iou* • incited. ALEX. M. MANN, Practical Plum tier, Gas ami Steam Fitter. Bpecial attention K, >en ta Sanitary Plumbing. Kntimate* gtvon jm Plumbing, Ga* Filling, Steam Healing ami Hot Air Furnaces. 'ii E. I’In rd street. p K. tilFFOKl), <m ami Sift Central Avo J). Artistic Photographer. Inatantanoi.ua I allographs of Jluhtos a tqiecialty. hitters need not wait for sunshine except for balnea. I* KH KEHS I ON A L. |> T. KOLPIf, M. !>., ■ | HOK ill NU EKV—Jam Ka I av I ?to, Pro* I i prietar, No. 16 E. Second street. near Dili* t uo street, Dunkirk, N. V. Magazines, Mu* lie. Pamphlets, etc.., tsiuml in all styles. Orders h -oui pity attended to. All work guaranteed. > (J RC ll KK'S C1MM KERY HOUSE, >    3Ub Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in ii mneatc China, Glassware, Ae. •orted and i I HAS. ll. HARRI#, 221 Central Ave. Gen-l j era! Insurance, Life, Aeei'lent aa'J r ire. IC.I,ire traveling insure your He in the old reliable “Travelers’.” Ileal Fstate Agent. Leant, nejcotiatevl on property. 1HAUTAUUUA HOTEL, Hater. $1 lier day. Livery and Boarding stable in connection. Victor Bider, 3S5 ami 337 I .ton street. 11 TY ll A Kit EK SHOP j    Chab.    Nagle,    Prop., u-ler Lake Shore National Hunk, corner euler and Third stied*. A line stock of an. go and Domestic cigars. HINKLIN ASON. Si* center street, Practical borne shoots. Particular attention yJ to interfering horses, Shoeing of road ! i ■! iii UK bornan a specialty. , I NKIItK EVENING ORSER VEIL Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. I kl’NKIItK ENGINEERING COMPANY. [ I    Formerly    Sellew    A    Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, hafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, stings, and Machine Work loonier. I .UN KI HK SHI KT CO., 2118. MS and 203 [“ Center street, Manufacturers of the cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - ll cts ag tress Shirts. On sale iii all lead tug furnishing, lung and dry good* houses in Dunkirk. Iv E. TOOMEY, ll.    434    and 136 Lion street, realer in Flour, Feed, 'alt, Haled Hay, Phosphates, etc. Established, 1877. ta KIK HOTEL and Dining Saloon, Union Ii Depot. Anay access to all trains and business houses. Hest aeoui mo*ta Lons for Com* sercial T ravelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. > Ii CEILS A CSC, ^    97    aud    IM E Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up* >denng. Picture Frames made to on lev. ^ IE MATTESON A CO., JOI Central Ave., traders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. | ARELL STEAM HEATING CO., Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    10c;    Collars, ie; Cuffs. 4c, ami Irtce Curtains. Free Delivery. A W. Cummings, 2u7 Center street. jj IL OEHM, E. Thin! st., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer ami dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes. HENRY WEILER’* NEW STOKE, HH K. Third sL Books, Stationery, Iiusical In-tlraments,Magazines,Daily audit ©ck Iv Papers, sol every tim** pertaining to a first class book Kure. bchiK>. Hooks a specialty. Jolt PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud lo E. second St.| JI U. VAN BUREN A HON, Fire Life, Accident and General insurer. 34 Denier* in Heal Estate ami Loans. Pariteul&r mention pa<d lo the care of property collect* IDV rents Ac. 219 Center sL. 2nd floor. KDK’8 PHARMACY, 300 Central Avenue H Aquarter* for Wall Palier Paints. Oils, Ae. I JERKINS, J. W„ I    209 Center street, Manufacturer and ileater iii ll ii buss. Saddles, Bridies, collars. Trunks, W h po, Buttal© Holies, low Cot t*rs.Glovc*.M titans and Sleigh Holies. PLUMBING. T. W. Murray, I    3*7 l.ion street. A sjiecialtv made of Sanitary Plumbing, team aud Gas Fitting. MTor k manshtp guar- stsed. I) M HOLTEN. . ,    17 East Thin! street. fashionable Tailor, Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to Calion me before purchasing elm* where. I) It. CAKY A CO., SSS Lion street. * General Hard ware, White l.ead.Oils.Painter’s Supplies, Oil Clotlis, Grai. te Ware. A special* v.ul Sherwib Williams Pa. r I amt Monroe range. ,    Physician    and    Surgeon, on** *• o^er Ly n’s Drug Mora. Residence,Central Avenue. Telephone No. ti.   Valls may lie left at I yon’#. SPECIAL announcement AW-.,/ HK.HI.T IM |»IU I VED FARMS at 'rom J Ho to J ,Ji"» arret,/mr Hole eh* mu toking oh ;mt.v/Joes* 1 MC ONP. II % LF THE « KOI* „M(t /mid f* r pen Menhir! od* frets A .At opes, Lakota, I) Ok WA N TED— An ae axe man on Liberal S.d try to pc rn anent Iv represent an Asst* ijtion in-torporateU to supply.at ro-npt-radve piice-,grner..l inert laud I se and all kind - ut ai titles lur h .mr and taiuitf use, in un Ii ll ti y, (iwn, village* ami rural div.rir' K*».ooo me mlM-rs. Paid un Oitificate# •100,000 In < a«H. i ie it web rat od Retire ice* exchanged. Em tare Uo-op^rauve Assot tat on (Lock Mux 176/ , N. V. SALESMEN Wanted at oner*. Local or Tium ling. Big Pay. steadr Work, stock Warranted. Quick sci Ii ag S|>eci ai ties. Outfit rue. Experience Unnecessary. J an. K. W ll it-NRv, Niirsyatan, Rochester, N. Y. DIAZES IN DOSTON. TUE SPEAKER EXPLAINS. ^STODDART A CO., Patent ; Attorneys, 613 7lh -TV ML, Washington, ILC., opp I*. #. Patent Of* fire. I aleut*, t ali st-and He Issues secured Trade Marks registered. All Patent business rend inned fir moderate Fees. Information. Advice and sjiectai reference# sent on request. >;(•( I" M A'n ,    4    pl FVI* I. N **Ks IN VI* C "Hr \A.N( L, allowed earh month. Steady em plovment at home or Irareline, No solii ilia*. Duties dill vert ng and making col lee non s. Cards. Address with stamp. HAI Eli A CO., Piqua, Ohio. I wish to employ ,» few ladies on salary to Uke Charge of my business at their homes, i.ight. very fasi-tnating and healthful. Wages fbi tier week. Ueirn nee given. Gisal | av for lo?“*“• $|j (ti j(l IHI A ^GNTII can 'm'ZZ '"    * working far us. Persona pre* f rred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the busine »a. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in town* ana cities IL F. JOHNSON A CD., rooty Main St., KR aeon I, Va. For Hen! or Salt*. House corner Kc'ond and Dove streets. Newly fitted up aud in fine condition. Vt iii sell on easy terms. Enquire at the office of Martin Hester Ca. The^ormon Elders’ Book ■ on IhAteJ Htrn;:;lh, msiltal Cl.** to nund mea, ttfC. Ae F. B. Grouch, tbs Oiuud st., hew York xUPRIGrHT GE AND:-. PIANO nib: handsomest rrniQHT PIANO V I X I' h'ACTl' Ii FC D. Knti rf. I nterior (instrit’tion KX ACTLY LI KF THE (IRANI) Piano, and on precisely TUE SAME PRINCIPLE. Height A It. IX in; Width# ft Air; Depth 2 ft I in II t LING, such as blank-books, Itslgers, and i ad kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second *L Rudolph MOLDENHAUER, Cor. Third ami Buffalo hts., Dealer in Granite., Marhle, Flagging and huii.iiug stone. Call on mc before buying Jour pl ie-wai lr. Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then get ti M chi in Si Sons* Piano with Patent Muller, which reduces the tone to n minimum. Do you mar the front of the piano with your fingers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Mch* Un A: Sons* Piano prevents that. Do you w^ant a genuine Grand in Upright ease? Then the Mehlin tis Bolis’ will suit you. Do you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin & Sons’ Alii charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The ease of the Mehlin & Sons’ Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with bas-relief panels, is a real work of art. and lit for a palace. Do you w ant a piano of extraordinary singing quality, and delicacy of touch? The Mehlin «Sc Bons’ on these points will win your praise. But here we must stop.for our limited space will not permit u*< to mention all the except*lit features of these superb instruments aud whither you intend to purchase or not. we invite you to call aud inspect the Mehlin & Sons' Piano for yourself. Reid’s Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK, N.Y. TWO DISASTROUS FIRES IN THE CITY OF BEANS. MR REED PUBLISHES A DEFENSE OF HIS RULINGS. I) ISLEY * WL Lk    7    and    9    Fast    Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. G«T.cral Liquor Store for Family Use. Robert m kay, Lion street, near the depot, hoarding, 'Sale, Feed aud Livery Stable. stabling by Ute day or week on reasonable tarry*. I) Fill, J. w., -U    PU    Center street. 1 Haler in Musical Instruments and 8ewmg Machines. We make a specialty of first class of Pianos sud F&rrand A Votey Organs CAM J. (UFFORD. 361 Central Ave. (Up * t ai rn), General insurance anti Heal Estate “S ne Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock ***«»uritnoe. Prompt attention giv an to buying tft i N ibng Real Estate. I’ « .MINES, A •    TS E. Third st, aor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and sultry. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Curef! IV ADMINISTERING DR. MAIRES’ DOLDER SPECIFIC. It can he given in a cup of codes or tea. or In ar tides of food. without the knowledge of the person taking it; it Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent ami speedy cure, whethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it never fails. " * GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. IS page book FREE, Address In confidence, FOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rate SU. Cincinnati-^ c7c7Tenfold, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 364 MAIN ST., RUFFALO, N. Y. Ten Person* Meet Their Death In the Dealt net ion of a Tenement House—-A drunken Fight Mn* at the Bottom of It—The Magnificent Sears Building Entirely Gaffed. Busti is, Feb. it.—Shortly after midnight Sunday morning tile dwelling bouse, LJ5b-‘JtU North street., occupied By Maurice Ridley's clothing stun' on Hie Hist SI* sir and by lodgers, chiefly’ Italian families, on three upjs*r floors, wa- gutted by fire, which    is supt***d to have originated in the store.    The flames sjietslily cwt off * wa (ie by the stair ways, und the iu-ortU*s of the building hail no moan* of saving their lives eao-pt by jumping from windows. Ten persnns were btirmnl to di'Hth, thrre were fatally injured and six were seriously if not fatally injured. Before the fire was    discovered it had reached tlw* staircane and w'as fresliug up rn tl*e dry Wooden stab's and rapidly’ spreading toward the roof. The fdivpiug lodgers were* •ii hi soil in reinfusion, and some were Isv wi hie red and at ones    Kiiceuiidted to the deadly smoke; of liers attempted to flee down the burning stairway ami fell victims to the flames, while still others lea I sd from the windows to tm vt death or mutilation from contact with the pa vet malt. When the firemen arrival they quickly extinguish'd the fire and rescind those of the inmates who had managed, by Imaging out of windows or taking re-tugs on the naif, to escajie the deadly smoke and flame. The shrieks and prayers of the terriflrel people were mingled with the cries ami groans of the injured, anil the arena was a terrible one. In a few rniuuti*, however, the imprisoned pre (pie had linen taken down Hie ladders, tlie injured removed to h<»p<tal* and the dead to the stat ion bouse. It was then f* Hind that ten persons had l*vn bunted to death. All of their Indies were found huddled together on the top floor, they lm\ ing flrel from the lower rooms w hen they first discovered the fire, tho flames having already cut off emcape by the stairway to the lower floor. Bl UN RD TO A CKISP. Tlie lindies <s»u1aI lie racognissd as human forms only bv their si.a]ie, all of them lieing burned to a crisp. None of them could be identified. The bnrienieut was occupied in front by the clothing it.ire* and in the rear by Mantilla Rouse aud his sou Felix. Tile aecxind floor wb> is sn pi<d by teire-nzo Bianco, owner of the btiikliug, his daughter and three sons. On tile third floor livid Mrs. I hilocicna Tunaso and several hslgeix Mn*. Bel In 8cnulon lived 011 tin- attic fl.sir; also John Basalt, ('harlee Bum •ait. Nk'holas Sa'hi ilau-. Jom-jiIi Cbotlnw anil i.i>. U’botlaw. A DRt’XKTX ROW. It is now believed that the fire' fr >m a k<-ros* ne lamp thrown in a pow. Allvrt Smith, who lives in the re ar of tiw* b*irth-d building says tlmt just lief ore midnight be heard a row in the Iwu'k room of the'liuriMd bouse. Smith looked out and saw threv men quarreling; one man threw a lighted lamp at another and the flames followed. Smith made haste to esca]ie with his family and saw no more*. Partly emptied nim I*>ttles and broken ]nicks of carets found aisiut the ruins strengthen this theory. LIST OF TMK VICTIMS. The following list of the dead is believed to be correct: Bells Scaklojc, 40 yt'ars, a widow. M adauna C'Kl LON a, Al years, who lived wdh ber husband Giovanni. Pkoi.amana U'ici LON a, oO years, wife of Pn.si|uule Ceil* ma. (Jlox anni t'KiiONA, 13 years, their son. PAtMjCLFNK Ceilona, 5 years, daughter ot Giovanni I Vi Iona. I KLIX CONTLA, .‘JO years, a barber, and single. MAUTINO MARCHIONE, 35 years, a scissor- grini'cr. Rosa MARCHIONE, od years, wife of the last Iialllial. Emily Makcrione, 7 years, daughter of Maitino Marchione. R. Pkrtri iaiXZI , 42 years, a laborer. hi: 11 JC Lichi a, 2s yeara Tlie names of those injured and now in the general hospital are: Annie Cli. mon ti, 41 years, a widow. Pazzetto ti aru ink, 7 years. Jimio Lombardazzi, 3s years. IaiDOVDX) MoLOKE, H.i veal's. Boston, Feb. 3.—At 0:25 o'clock yesterday morning the Sears building, corner of Ca airt and Washington streets, was found to tie burning airt three a La rem were at once turned in. The fire- had are Tired a gird headway and wittiin a short time the tipjier stories were a mass of flame, and the destruction of the elegant marble Rogers building, to tile south, and Young's in >tel, < >n the wi»st. si vined almost certain. I'hi* flu uhs, however, were confined to the Scars building. At ll o'clock the fire- was completely limier control, with nothing loft of th<- building but liare walls. Two firemen were baitly injured bf pieces of the falling naif. Tbi- Si-ars building was a five Story marble stria lure*, owned by J. Montgomery Si-ars, anil was one of the finest lmsinfss blocks iii B« st< hi. The building was valued at 1200,000 and was insures! for $ 175,000. It was occupied by tetnking and oth«*i^ponrerus ami yielded a yearly rental of Among tin* occupants of tin* S,*ars building were the Hecoml National and Atlas I Kinks, the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad, the John llaiKiw'k Life I ii sn ranee comjiany and many lawyers and brokers. The loss to these occupants cannot yet be a.see:*tained. resulted drunken DEALER IX mm WATCHES md J2WELE7, Clocks, Siirerwmrr, Leather liorxl*, Ute, EXG RA VI NG, GOLD 4 SIL VER PLA TISO ATC HRS, JEWKLItl, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. _ Repairing a specialty. Frank F. 8Upl. 88 E. Third at X. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, til Central Avenue A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA Y GOODS 304 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. DANBURY SCORCHED. A Nu OI ber of Stores flumed. I ii vol ving a Lams of *300.000. Panic RY, Conn., Feb. H.—At 12:30 o'clock yiKterday morning tire w as diwNivered in th«* basi-incnt of Samuel Harris' clothing store at ijl**rty and Main strevLs and before the flame could lie extinguished the furniture store of Hull Ar Rogers was also Uiming. Tbc firemen gutted the lower part of the buildings, but after they thought their work was done it was found that the tire* hail crept to tin* upi**r stories and was making rapid headway. In ii short time the buildings ad joining, occupied by George H. Stevens, art materials, ami T. P. Hoyt Sc Co., groceries, were also ablaze and despite the efforts of th* ti return ult the alfre-tell buildings w ere anon consumed. The four-story brick structure adjoining Hull Sc Rogers bloc k was hadly damaged by fire and water. This building is owned by Henry Benni, and was occupied mi the tint floor by a clothing finn, w ith ofliies on tLe upjier floors. Tlw total Jins is estimated at £k)l),0U0, ali>.ait equally divided lietween G. Hull, the owner of tire buildings, and the different occupant*. The insurance, so far a- I«*«nnil. amounts to $100,(IOU. There* were ! several narrow eacapea from di-ath, many of the ocru|M]its of the data over the stores being taken from their room- almost suffocated. He Descants on the Pernlctoits Interfere ear* of tho Demoerwtie Minority—Mr. Carlisle's Decisions Cited sn Precedents. Pi oj{ rn in of th* Present Meek —Mr. Ittwine’s Fittest Daughter Dead. Washinijton, Feb. 3L—Speaker Resd last night made the follow ing statiunent in defense of his rulings ou the question of a quorum: “Mr. Carlisle was entirely right when he said iii Kulwtuni'e that the decision of tile house that a quorum w as constituted bi do business when a majority of tile house was present, would change from the foundation the met I a si of doing bu»inet«i. We certainly will do ho, for it will enable the majority elected by tile people to rule by their own vote*#, and not by tile sufferance of the tna-jority. ** The rule of the majority is at the very liaise of our government, lf it be not tile true rule air Taith is vain and we are1 yet in our sins. Irnok at the practical working of the other doctrine. Tile Ile publicans have a majority of seven, but they have only th roe over a quorum—IAH is our number—lt!5 is a quorum, lf we are- to furnish a quorum, Hie whole Democratic party sitting idly by in their seats, hut not jireieiit, dumb and silent when I nisi liens is to be transacted, but vocal when it is to tie obstructed, then th-re can be but three Republicans atmciit on penalty of sto|>|kuge of tile public bti-om-ss. NO CH ANCB TO DO BI’SINESS. “Now l«*t uk see how that works. We are allowed lait three a1 mentis*#. Mr. Rockwell is sick. It would endanger his life lo amie. Mr. T. M Browne hi too Hick to be able to lie hare all the time. Mr. Caswells wife was dying and common dooency required his presence by h«*r liedsiiie. Another member uuist In* with his w ife for urgent reasons somew hat similar. Just about tiii# nurnln-r of naembers w ill at ull titmw lie sick or incapacitated. These may get well, tout others fall siek in their turn. There, then, Lh our quorum, according to Mr. Carlisle's idea, gone entirely to pieies. though even after all fraud Is* ileum ted, the (icople had found/or the Itepub-cans by *bm?h majority. All this time, while we are- keeping in the house other men Itarellv less sick, 140 lusty IkMiiocratKsitKilent in their seat* doing no public duty except to draw their i«y. Is it possible that the United State** is ] my ing those gentlemen $13 a day w ithout even tile }ioor privilege of counting tilt up silent form# ‘ PHECKDKNTS POR THE RULINO. “Mr. Carlisle says there is no precedent for tile decision of the house. A hundred times I have beard him declare* that the numlierfor ami against such a bill was. say eighty for and twenty against, mathematically less than a quorum, and yet declare the bill passed and then sign that hill, thereby certifying under tile most solemn sanction of his oath of nftii** that tla* hill hail preqieiiy ami constitutionally passed the house. How oould he have done this if his doctrine he true tliat a quorum must vtiteI Understand me. Day after day Mr. Carlisle in my praence ha* declared tliat such a bill had votes for and against, by his own count as qleaker, less than a quorum, amt has yet immediately declared it (Missed, aud has signed it—than furnishing the only proof Uh* president could have tliat it was pawed. How could this be, except on the plain ground that if a quorum did not vote, the presence of a quorum was enoughl But this matter does not need argument, In Mr. Carlisle's own state, in Democratic Tennessee, in Democratic New York, in Democratic Ohio, in MasHaehusetts, and in the courts everywhere, as you may Men* by Mr. Butter-woi th’s s j leech, the doctrine just upheld by the house is the law of the land. And it ought tei lie if good government is not to perish from the face of the earth. WASTING THE PEOPLE'S TIME. “Not a ruling has been made in the house to suppress filibustering, w hich has not the full sanction of parliamentary law. That men should resist only shows how ingrained the wrong course has become ami bow necemary Uh* reiiHxly. Wlmt is the house trying to do? Why, to jierform it* highest function, tliat of deckling the right of a member to his seat. I util Inh*2 no man ilared to filibuster against such a cane. No man ought to lie allowed to do it to-dav. Yet every day three hours are wasted in approving the journal when five minutes would be ample. Them* three hours I lek Mig to the public business. The people do not understand that every wanton roll call consume* three-quarters of an bour. “Some of these men are talking about rules. They are now acting under a laxly of rules which tin* American people use iii their assemblies, a body of rules wadi known and un-derstood by all those who are not wilfully ignorant. When we first came ln*re the obstructionist* declared that they would die in the last ditch against any rules they did not approve of, aud now they are waiting to die at Thermopylae in defense of the liberia** of tiler re untry because we don't force rule* cm them, lf lucre* could lie fewer deaths at Th«*nnopyl;ie and more business in the* house ’Im* country would be lietter off. It is true that til* Dimi<n.*ratH* leaders like Mr. 4'arlisk; !uive Ii Mig sin-*!' ceased to jiarticijiate in the defiance in- go*1 government, but theyslHiuld now make th* hi si‘Ives heard affirmatively im the silk* of order.” THE WEEK’S PROGRAM. The Blair Fdtiratliinal Hill on th* Docket. Th* Hon** Squabble. W ABRI NOTON, Feb. 3.—The senate has set aside to-day for the consideration of the Blair educational bill. It conn*** up at 2 o'clock as the unfinished busine** of the senate, and it will continue to come up at 2 o’ckick each day until it is disposed of. Its passage is a foregone conclusion, lint it may b»* dei ateil at Home length and it* consideration may eat up two or three afternoons. A decision is expected from the supreme Wirt of th * United Btates to-day in the suit involving the validity of the Idaho test oath. In event this decision is rendered the eom-mittei* on territories may dispiwe of tlw* bill for the admission of Idaho at it* meeting today. Senator I’latt, the chairman of the committee, has, however, more urgent mate ters to tiring before toe s**nate. The secretary of the interior, in an interview with him last Friday, laid before the senate the necessity of flushing to a passage the bill already refs>rte*I from the committee providing a temporary government for Oklahoma Senator I’latt w ill have the senate consider this motion at an early day. The cuSte mis administ ration bill, known a* tin* McKinley bill, will be reported to the finance committee tomorrow by the subcommittee, Senators Allison, Aldrich and McPherson, and wi.t doubtless be repirtexi to the acuate tile same day. A number of amendment* will bt* suggested, arni when the senate (tasses the measure it will be thrown into conference where it will *tay for some day*. The discussion of Senator Butler's bill to awm tla* emigration of the negro from southern states may be resumed in some form or other. The senator from South Carolina himself may make a brief speech explaining the character of the measure further, as he believe* it ha# Iwen arriouMly nm’indent*»si by some of the speaker* who have discusse l it in the senate. In th* secret session th* nominations of Indian Commis#amar Morgan and the mqienii-teiident of Indian «i‘1hxiLh, Dr. Ikircliester, are still waiting consideration. It is lielieved that much of the delay in comideratiott in tlM*se ca***# i* due to the fear that if they were brought up at this time they would be acted ujshi adversely. Bo they inuy not Is* considered during the coming week. An effort w ill be made, however, to obtain time for the consideration of the Samoan treaty which ia now (lending. Senator Hisoock'# committee on qtiadri-centermini will prokaUy me»*t during the week. but no report is exf**cted from it immediately. DEMOCRAT# W’ILL YI OUT HARD. Th* exciting si vin** that cbaraeteriaed the presvislings of th** house last week will liegin anew to-day and will last until the Republican memlieni of Uh* cofinal UM on rules sule mit Speaker Re>sl's new t5o.le. It is the pur-poae of the majority members of the elections committee to re-jxirt tile Atkinsun-Pendleton re *uti st is I case as » sin as the Smith-Jackson cam is dis]KsnsI of. The committee has beard the evidence iii the case, but ha* ha! no meeting to decide on it* disposal. Acooreling to Uh* agreement entered into by the nicmlicrs of the isimniitte this (ase would come up before the committee on Tuesday, Feb. 13, hut the majority member* have decidrel to call a meeting ami take a vote on the matter so that Hie ease can he refiorted to the house iin-mreiiateiy after the Smith-Jackson ease is gotten out of the way. With the addition of Mr. Smith to Hie Republican ranks the majority w ould lie quite certain of always having a quorum on hand to dis|K«e of the other eases. The Sinith-Jaekson «*ase w ill lie taken up today if (Kissi I lie. Mr. Jackson w'ill lie unseated and then th#* A tki ire rn-Pendleton case will lie calli#! up. Th* Democrats intend to continue the fight to the Last and they w ill use every strategy to delay action. little is known concerning other business that may come lief ore the house. As it is thi re is slight preselect of tin* enactment of any legislation for Uh- present. The member* of the world's fair committee are undecided as to w hat sliall tie done w itll the general bill they have under consul‘ration. Some meni-l»ers of the committee are in favor of letting the bill go over until tin* new rule** are ado]* trel, while other# axe anxious to break in at any time and ilis(siH»* of the bill without long ilelwte. Mr. Hitt of Illinois favors the latter (dan. He thinks that the lull can tie disposed of within an hour. Tile committee on territories will probably A VERY STORMY SESSION. rrT"'‘",,/'fiur'* Ibop,th* *»°k-uib» ready in May. Stanley add# that It will lie atwolutely Im IT IS BELIEVED TO BE IN FOR PARLIAMENT. The Gnverniuent Lender# Will Adhere to Their Kulljrlrg Tm-tiif—Tho French Unsettled nu the Tai IIT' One*!Inn—German Workmen Gratified by a Recent Appointment- Oilier Foreign News. London, Feb. IL—The complexion of th* Rjieeehes now tieing delivered by the Con-nervative leaders throughout Hie country indicates tliat the coming seKsiou of (tarburnout is to U* a lively, mal prediatily a stormy one. The policy outlined iii the speeches is an aggressive aud harsh adherence to Uh* essential element* of the government's program which has been consistently followed in th* past, w hile at the same time there are various side issues introduced which will serve to occupy tile time of (larUamcut and interest, not to say l**fog, the country without accomplishing much of either go si or harm. Mr. Tennant's approval of the scheme for (laying salaries to members of the house of common* indicates that that measure will lie allow ell to take up a good diwl of time, possibly w ith the object of catering to the Radical element in a minor particular. The ter. Bv utterance* of Lord Salisbury In regard to woman suffrage hare also some such j >r« .I mi I de object in view. The I,literals, however, are in the mood to demand discussion of tho dre*|H*r lying reforms embodied in tbi*ir (flat form, and w ill doubt less rebel against the sidc-tru- I. ing of iiiijMirtunt issues while questions of more theoretical than (>ra<*-I ^hret tical value are debated. FRENCH CCSTOWH Th* make-up of the French is*mmittee on customs leaves little room for doubt that the recommendation of the committee will lie for an increase on many articles. l*ro«perity in France is certaintly not iiicreasing, and neither the free trailer* nor (irotre t loaista ae**in able to kswte the caus* of the trouble. There are quite a number of free traders who believe tin* quickest way to determine whether the tariff is really beneficial or not is to increase it considerably and note th* effect. Those who take this view will not op-(Kise the preqiosisl increase of duties, butef the effect re*sulting is not plainly advantageous they will insist upon a revenual of the o(e aration and call forth a marked reduction of the tariff **h*,,ule. Tlu*se eeonotuic opjior-tunists (Kiint out that no nation ha* yet been STORE possible for him to entertain any [>ro(Ki*al* U> lecture this season at least. BA RN I M H LITTI E JOKE. In one of his “drawing room talks” Is*fore a party of aristocrats at tile residence of til* Earl of Aberdeen, the great. American showman, P. T. Barnum, told his listener# alsmt his first adventure in the show husiinws when he started out to find a dog wiih two tails that a neighbor had seen in an adjacent village only to find that the dog the neigh I sir deaerilied had liven seen coming out of a tan yard, and one of said tails, which had originally Udniiged to a cow, was in hi* mouth. There was blank silence and much remnterna-tion on tile British brow when Hie story * as concluded, hut after Barnum had got half way through the next story the joke began to dawn u(mn the audience, aud when the sereuid story wa# fin blu'd they were laughing gleefully at the first one. Barnum worked many of tile chestnut# of early America tijKin th* Britishers and they enjoyed the olden! he#t. In the intervals of story telling Mr*. Shaw whistled, and Hhortis, an American banjoist, o| tern ted ujsm that instrument, and iii the end every I* sly was delighted, and Barnum was greater than ever. Mr. and Mn*. Dialist nae attended the great moral show on Thursday evening and were highly entertained therewith. Barnum tried to get Gladstone to promise to conte to New York to the world's fair in lHfi*2, but the Grand Old Man ref us*# I to commit himself to the projoet. SALA TAKEN CHARGE OF THE T1MF.H. George Augustus Sala has crammed eilit-orial charge of The Sn#lay Times, and is ex-pected to make of that soiu**what old, fogy a brilliant example of modernized journalism. Owing to the dismissal of the Cork board of guardians the Nationalist* are considering the plan of having all the Im lards throughout J tint 8 Ireland ii‘sign, thus throwing upon Chief Secretary Balfour the burden of re*(sinsi-bllity for the administration of the lioanls dutii**. The w idow Kislick has ticqueatlied $fl'2ft,-000 to the town of Halle for public purposes. sa My Hail I elegant sloe tliat k of A NAUGHTY PARSON. It may In our new am KmhroideiieH was never ex eelled in Dunkirk. We have them itll ready, and not a piece remains from our former stocks. This gives you the hest advantage offered you anywhere iii this all important line of fine and sensible designs and choicest patterns of Kin broideries aud Insert! ngs. Allovers aud hemstitched, with neat tucking combined, in all milking a most desirable selection. FineLaoesi t on PA Ii TY VSH. Shoulder lengths of tine Mitts, choice iii fessed ) Kid Gloves, », tans, browns and grays, sizes, with newest fancy lied backs,neat and stylish. pricks are only Me and u pei pair. The hitter ii to eight buttons. A alk Jersey Urn! Moue* pi t^-in black, CI report the Oklahoma bill during the week and I bo,,i eI,ou*h 10 tefit a< t,ml    of the two cystems within eonqiaratively brief urge speedy action on it. HE DOESN’T LIKE INGALLS. A Letter from a Southern Man that Made Iii* Senator Smite. Warrington, Feb. 3.—While Senator Ingalls' mail is always large, requiring the services of two typewriter operators continually, sim**- bis cele!(I abit negro question s(**ecb it has K\*ome iHS’es.vtri- to bring it to his txim-mittee room in a sack, the morning mail bringing almut 300 letter* and the other four mails adding about 400 more. The senator goes carefully over his entire mail singlehanded and disqnsMw of it each day. Congratulations (#mr iii on him. From all quarters of the country he has received hundreds of letters from ministers, ramie of whom have said that they intended to preach on t he sn Ie jcet, using his subject as a text. Many of the great educators and deep-thinkers of the land have also expressed their favorable sentiment*. A number of the senator'* congratulations have come from the South. One missive received consisted of simply a blank piece of (taper inclosing a card liearing on one side a Confederate flag and on the other tile inscription “Bah.” The follow mg letter, written on a busine** firm s letterhead, reached the senator Saturday: V.Hoiu Ga., Jan. 30, 1890. United State# Senator Iii .’alls: We won ii more ohrerfully pay $2,000 to war !# burning every newspaper and their publish your fool speeches, than we to carry thG to you You are certainty the most cursed hell-bent fool on earth, and how a crowd can waste the time listening to you can be accounted for only tliat tbey are * U. 8. seniteors.'* Our estimation on that body gore down nearly every time we hear from it. We can congratulate you on being a successful or lucky maniac. You are lucky that you find fool# to tolerate you. That the devil is crow d**d w ith such as you is evident or he wou>d have taken you alive. Yours truly, B. NIBLACK & Co. The senator had a hearty laugh over this letter and turning to his clerk said: “Well, ra*nd them a pamphlet copy of the speech, although it is very likely the writer cannot read.” MRS. COPPINGER DEAD. Hecretary maine Again Rereaved in the Los# of Hi# Flites! Daughter. Washington, Fob. 3.—Mrs. Alice Cop-pinger, the eldest daughter of Secretary of State Blaine, who has hen seriously ill for several days (last w itll brain fever, the outcome of an attack of influenza, diisl at the Blaine mansion al# nit 5 o'clock yesterday morning. The funeral service# will take place from St. Matthew*' church tomorrow. The place if interment has not been definitely determined 11(1011 yet, but it is expected t hat it will be at I >ak Hill cemetery, this city. Rev. Thomas Sherman w ill officiate. Cardinal Gibbons Notified. Baltimore, Feb. 3.—Cardinal Gibbons wa*, informed of the death of Mrs. Coppinger, laughter of the secretary of state last even-mg- The Cardinal w ill awist ut the obsequies at Washington. A JOKER KILLED. Ho Trifled With the Dignity of un Italian and tv aa Hit of. New York, Feb. 3.—Alfonso Sylvester, a shoemaker, aged 25 years, was shot and killed by Angelo Ctuvio, a lalsirer. Tile men met in front of No. 17 7 Thoiiqiriou street and after a few wiiods bud l#*eii ext -flanged, Cuocio shot Sylventer, and throwing the pistol down walked away. He was captured a few minute* later. While an officer was taking him to the station house, a mob of Sylvester’s friends surrounded th© murderer and tried to lynch him. A detachment of police came up and drove the excite* I Italians I wick, but not until Cuocio had been struck with fist# and club# by several of the mob, and w hen he arrived at the *#n ti on he wan bloody and bruise. J and nearly dead from fright. A colored boy who was the only witacm of tile tragedy says that Sylvester wa* laughing at something he had mid to Cuccio when the latter shot him. Sylvester was known as a great joker and it is sup( meed that some joke that be liad played u(ion Cuccio had led to the murder. Sylvester had a large number of friends among his countrymen, hts good nature and lively disposition making him very popular. Cuccio claims that he never met Sylvester until yesterday, when Sylvester rudely brushed against him in the street and they had some words. He will not alinit that he fire.I the fatal shot. His story does not agree with that of the boy who witnessed the murder. (leriod# in this way, and they argue that such a practical demonstration would lie of such vast ini|mrtamv to mankind that it would lie well for the government to undertake it on general principle#. GERMAN WORKMEN DELIGHTED. The workmen in Germany are much giati-fled at the enqieror's selection of I hi nu i Bi* r-lc(isiii as minister of commem* and industry in succession to Prince Bismarck, resigned. The new minister, during the great coal strikes in the Rhenish districts last mummer, proved a good friend to the (xmr miners and almost their only champion in high places. ; But for him, military martinets would have , treated the strikers as rebels, and it was J through his tact and energy that the strike . was finally brought to an end. The emperor I has had several confer! aces with Berlepech, aud invited hint bi sup]ier the other night. The immediate result is expected to Ik* that the milling department will be Mqiarated i mine from tile ministry of public works ami placed under the control of the ministry of commerce. THINK IT IB A MIRACLE. Tile Spaniard* have not yet cen raid celebrating King Alton.-*.'* recovery, which iii view of the fact that nine doctors were in at-teiHlance they have now no ‘doubt wa# miraculous. Whenever Uh* queen regent apjieurs in public she is frantically cheered as the mother nurse w ho saved the king, and during editor* that j the week Te Demits bnve lieeti sung tlmiugh-» pay 2 cent# ( out the king.loin. Friday 3.1 XXI grand.**# filed through the throne room before the queen regent to prove their loyalty, and addresses were presented from the senate, congreet, and other public hodii*#. The queen lives for her son, and the loyalist demonstrations have made her very biq*py; but jiarty (lassioiis rage as firer.civ as ever, and the politicians are making feverish j>re(>arations for the general electian, which they I* Sieve is imminent. PUGNACIOUS PRINCES. It has been learned that at the funeral the Duke of A.ista Prince Napoleon and his son Victor, respectively lather and brat her of the weeping willow, beliavcd like brutes an I quarrelled like rivjd tomcats. They refused even to shake hands, accused each other of politi(*al (dotting in France, revived family scandals, and finally purled, scowling and threatening each other in the fa-Ilion of stage brigands. King Humbert, for the sake of his cinter, who is Prince Napoleon'# w ife, tried to make (leacc, lait failisi. THE SPLIT AMONG THE SOCIALISTS. The split iii tin* ranks of th© London Socialist# was emphasized Friday night at a public meeting held iii Southwark hall iii support of the eight-honr movement. The attraction prom isis! was a sjieecii by Henry Champion, once almost an Anarchist, but now a more moderate Socialist, and editor of a weekly newsj>aper, The Labor Elector. A thousand Socialist* * packed the hall, but they would not listen to Champion, who was denounced as a traitor and Tory (K*nsii*ner. Champion tried to defend hie conduct, lint commenced with the admiration that lie was an intimate friend of .#«* Mailman Barry, a notorious Tory agent and wirepuller . He was howled down aud narrowly escaped personal violence. Two or three years ago Champion's influence among the British Socialists was aine** (stremount. He was formerly an officer in her majesty’* artillery, ami is an able though not very st roughen. Ie. I man. To his influence is attributed the accession of John Buras from the ranks of extreme Socialists. O'BRIEN KILLING HIMSELF. William O’Brien lias had a disagreeable re-mirnlcr that there are liniitx to human endurance. His highly strung and nervous temperament is untitled for the continuous and heavy strain which he puts ujnrn it, ami, as a result, he fainted twice in attempting to address an audience at Leeds on Thursday. The only nest the Irish [Kitriot allows himself is while in a cell, but Irish prisons are by no means dHivah«c*nt bornan, and tin? sooner Mr. O’Brien reefignija*, it the better for himself and ireland. BT AN LET'S BOOK. Stanley has written from Cairo to Edward Marston, who will publish this book: “I believe the work will lie in two volume*, from 450 to 500 pages each. God know* there is matter enough but I would wish to deal very lightly with the journey from Zanzibar to Yambuga; that I he entire book ma}’ lie of a< high interest as the main theme. If curtailed of the Lower Congo exiierience I cannot a# yet feel assn rd that it will extend to two volume#. I lie ve six notch*ink# lea-Ie* I w ith matter extremely interesting. Three long chapters ! are already written. I have, t*io, a number of most interesting photograph# (rf scenery, ‘ sketches of incident#, etc*., aud maps will be ' HI* Letter to Another Han’s Wife Cause# Hint Trouble. Richmond, Feb. JI.-—During the (inst week there has Us*ii much excitement here over th” [art that th# Rev. j. R, 8turgk, Ut* j fu]| assortment of the CtJeforft- popular (Mistor of I rinity Methodist church, |    ,    , bad written a letter to the wife of a mein I *>r . ti'(I I*. (Vll triller*! Kill ( UOVCH of hi# eongr**gation. The letter wa# given by | .    ..    .    ,    .    .    .    .    . thn wife to lier husband, mid he complained, DI ll*' tilt* tlt*Hll RI ill* HllJMH'S t’.lll whereu|Kin the pnratding elder su*(**ndeil Mr. Sturgis. At n reopening of the cane the com-1 mi tt«>e decided that, owing bi Mick ne##, Mr. It siiaillt* Hliaii be found among our big lim}. Beautiful fancy Budling. Ladies’ tine Corsets. Tho C. P. C orset for line wear is the favorite corset. The handsomest Face Veiling; the newest and most stylish in tilt* eau be found here. and I [andkerchiefs. ERIE STORK. BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING. Sturgis w a# not resjionsiblo for his utterance made in tin* letter. They therefore restored him to the ministry. Saturday evening tim husband of the lady, feeling aggrieved at the action of tho committee, made the letter Mr. Sturgis had written to his wife public. It ta as follows: “I hope you will forgive this aud destroy it after mailing. I know you would forgive it if you could know how sad I I lave lieen made, j how keenly I have suffered within the |ia#t    market few weeks. I do not. know wlmt has caused    %■    i    n    ll    i    ii    i    I tin* change iii you, I blush with shame to A* adoillia (. ()t t Oil and Iiftl'l K)UV 8 know tlmt I have felt it ho deeply, that agal iud ret.nilill« Irish Flax Thread for what I know to 1»* right I care so much fur    ll    IMI    r    lax    I    ll    I    ♦    ail you, so much more than I have the right to blet* Work.    Ladil*s’    Hilt*    11OHH»l*Y care.    I    d Why, from the first time your eyes met I should have felt their attractive power I calinut understand. My Maddest thought is I have not acted so as to lead you to Christ. Hail I left here the fact of leaving you out of the church would have been tin most bitter thought next to leaving you. Iii all my life I have never had an ex(K*rieni*« like this. When I feared you were Hick and called, you did not ask me to remain longer nor to come again, and you srenn*l anxious to hurry Ha* ojieniug of the door and exit therefrom. I could not sleep that night. I have felt that I ie fore and since that day I am annoying you. Forgive me if I have. For* give me for a love that ha# grown nj ion me and horrifies me w hen I allow myself to think of it as I might.    I “Pray for me that I may overcome it, ami believe me w hen I pro)ms© to try to avoid giving you any Annoyance. I have refrained : from going where we met this morning at your time of going for fear of annoying you in tliat way, but I could not help going this morning in the hojie of seeing you. Again I pray 1 you to forgive me this and destroy this at I once. I know I am wrong but I have suffered so much. ** Ti e husband also publishes with the letter the following certificate from Mr. Sturgis: “I ; certify that in my letter to Mrs. , when I used the words:    ‘I have refrained from going where we met this morning j at your time of going for fear of annoying you in that way’ my explicit ami only meaning as to the place of meeitng was 1 her husband's store.” Mr. Sturgis is rejmrted to lie very much debilitated from over study aud nervous exhaustion. blas rara irara mi $25 REGULAR PRICE $30. BUSINESS SUITS! $18 AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT, REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HE AVY WEIGHT. $3,75 and UP WARD. U^Thette J trice* good until Fib* p. 15 'ti. £• Al# KILRAIN VICTORIOUS. He Easily Win* a Fight for 442.000 from a Young Southerner. New Orleans. Feb. 3.—Jake Kdrain and Felix Yarquelin fought at tin* Wi*st End theatre yesterday for a purse of F2.000. Varquelin is a young Frenchman who has bested a untidier of local aud Southwi'stern pugilistic light#. Kilrain has ls**n training at Richburg for the tight. There wa# a large crowd pri*ra*nt, and the (Kihei* did not hi ig but preserve order, though it lias lately 1 ii declare#! that no more prize fighting would be permitted bere. William Muldoon and Doc Adler were Kil-miii’s seconds. Mike Cleary and James Hweeney acted in the same cajiacity for VacijueJin. Pat Kendrick was referee. Three-on nee glovi*s were use*I. Three rounds were fought, at the end of which Varquelin gave up and the tight was awarded to Kiirain. Varquelin was obliged to act entirely on the defensive arid was no match for Kilrain. I he only wonder is that he stood Kili um'.* pounding for three roumls. He hardly got in a blow during the fight. Panton Iteaten liy McCormick Minneapolis, Feb., 3.—A #(s*cial ta The Tribune from Eau Claire say*; Th# world’* championship skating race bo-tween Axel Paulsen of Minneapolis hikI Hugh J. McCormick of St. John#, N. B., was decided yesterday at this city in the presence of 6,000 sfiectators. The distant was ten miles of thirty-two la(is. The day was warm and tile track an inch deep in water and slush. It was an easy victory for McCormick. Timo, 47*^ minutes. Ten thousand dollars changed hands. LADIES! Ii vol want nu c”i«v And comfort# able shoe, with a heavy sole, one that will v-:    &    if '-j -tt A Snow Slide In the Sierra#. Man Francisco, Feb. 3.—A snow slide ore Carmi on Jan. 17 at Logansville in the Hierni Nevada mountains, wrecking a number of houses and killing Mein Leidstrom and Joint W. Fore. Isigansville is two miles distant from Sierra City, w here #even persons were killed by a snow slide on Jan. 3. 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