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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE UNKIRK, N. Y, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1890. T KOI.I'H, M D OP DUNKIRK mn-ma MACHINE t ruling ;ij -J11 of blanks It the lateat an to me Mechuieal of Dunkirk ITlnllng Com pan A LEXAIIDCK-K Coal and Wood ianl.Tro Lentral Avenue, opposite Niektl I'tate yVOt All grades of Hard and HoJl Coal, Lumber. SI, ingle, and Lath Vtoe Corrcsponileiioe lor wholesale D CallB may at Ivon'i, SPECmi. ANNOUNCEMENT M. MANN, I'racUcal Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter Spricul atuntioc (iven to Plumbing Kutiraato pTOn oil rinmbuig, (JBB titling, Steam lltnliuf ancl' Hot Air Z7 K. third street. BB. QIFFORD, 228 and Central ire ArUstio I'hotographer. Fbotognphs ol Babies a s W6" Instantantonf laltv Siucm lor and fanuly use and rural ni'tr, c 1, 1, .icM.so.o, i References ex, haag d FinT.in soci dion (Lock Bui ,-r y f Cu "I nn e As tlic addi Tin pn ientnt BDIDERT-jAllIg IRVING 1> pnetor. No. 16 E Second street near fiio street bantlrk, N. Magaiiues Mu- f smpUleu elo bound In styles (Jrltrs prompUy attended lo. All work guarantee t Alt, rntT ol,   all el tin mmoi itv me mix is to day in its till, is ns follows it situiiliiin m the hens il lepto- annial us and th, impio- of the speuk, so lull "-'sl" f stnt, nu nt I the la. ts in" That the pinjiiiitv ,f the .omst we hnvotul.nua} diUiniineil The house me t on the secon 1 cluv of m x IKS l and v tll( asp. til 11 and odd ,l'i -Mln} bv not tlie h th, speake, wasauthonad to app a oninnt tee on an I tl, ,ules of the list ing bouse nt.u.d to that eonmnttee lho coimmtte. eonHstm the bnnsell and 1 othe, "nunlHis puintid on the HttlKlniof anj the iimlb it made, a auth the spfflk.it. appoint all th, othe-l eommittees and (hen I milUion.l, tuns to wind, was, I, n eel all eas, s m, mg f s K-at, vvas appolnk I on th of i coMvnrTFp ON HIIHS Although nun ly have ellipse! smietheceunnntteeon rules vvas mt ,1 I U] ,n the mitt, is ixie-pttlu, m on the Dec 3ieeii e mjjH 'lit anj iili the, NO. 1. the proceeding would have been valid in eithe, case if the official record had shown the fae t In order to secure certainty and stability in the administration of the law it u a rule in our jurispindonce that when a particula, construction of a constitution or a statute has been foi a long time acquiesced to, not onlv by those H hose duty it is to execute it but also by those whose personal and propertv rights are affected by it, the courts H ill 4 REPUBLICAN SKATED. THE RtPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON lecojfiiiaMtasthetrue consti uction and en fo.ceit accordingly Even if this were an iMigmul question, it would not be dillieult to that the practical construction of the constitution which has prevailed in the house and senate fo, ovel one bundled years is the uictt Spnake, Reed himself, when m  nts li un, tKllllf lulls HRiilii inetl of tht boast, i, i, Utiltinip t, flip loiisul, Bill Mil iLi tin jio ]L 1 IkE A TGI [TIC VI The Aineiuun hous, of lepnwentatms ban Iwn dunng all i" JiimiliaUi this se ttlefl on oonstitutu n and dee id. .1 thai I lee old wine I, ibo eonstiln tnui.qunes the house to kftp shows on y, as and najs that a quorum lias I inn eount mcmbeis pit-sent and nn 1 thus by his own act out-slde led v itc determine that a meas ins passed we iimsieleied it 0111 dutv as ii i nil icpiesentativesof the people to "ii foi m available to ind l tin clicimistan es N )T Tn V UI I IK L I milnTI f... I t the the ,ty thi memlwrs o( the house 'nst.tiiu lo business Ueaie iiu luling that the inn joi tty shall take the ns, uhieh belongs tothe reb 4 -Ii, the house teidaj theie was a dispute P, thentloi of the jouinal It was finally odopfc, counting Democrats who did not vote The Smith JB, elect, cose was the n resumed ill Uvmini of Indiana moved to ndjouin which vvas Mi the question of tion fhesptakel eh lined to ent.lUlll, It nsp api.-nic I f, )m tills d.cision and i lined tienlet tain tbe appeal Oleiiill it Viijmia was lerognunl find i sum, d his nifruimnt in tlle contested election, ase in suppoit of the mmoi ilv i-e- L the rase M, n I, null made "l the t B 'K'J l'le tune nod me an I giant it might never come whenth, aateniitnuatpowur, whethei vviddcd b> Ihe of the house of icpiiwntativ.B 01 people bieathmg tlie inspiring ntuneiita of "u, t, mstituUons today filled the syesol all el hi i nations of the world with r the 1'aiuell Rpeelal uoinmlHlon It hu iui ot Is" "i' 01 HKiondv ,ash Hill Mslbl, hu of point, of considerable ,tbaN Ua" and agBi-awive snirit has Mi hi. who was oourt, na plent of ma.ij lOiH.intulat.om u i vijtoiy the l. la, min as there pon his Among those who .ish lmde, M, n the v, toran Amei u an uliownwu 'T tto Mi Baniuin was inluxluml to It may safely said our new and elegant stock Embroideries was never ex. felled in Dunkirk. have them all ready, aud not a piece roni our former stocks. This gives you the best ad- vantage offered you anywhere n this all important line of fine and sensible designs and hoicest patterns of Embroid- J-ies and A li- vers and hemstitched, with neat tucking combined, in all making a most desirable selec- tion. oeen dunng all tins tune and still ,s ani shall U thVl iZ uf which the than man mid his pa, tisans ab "hinive lonotvote lountny us cniiifi K _ 11 solutelj all the r.o ineasine eau get befoie the house t, consuleiati unless the speakm choeses toallon ittolwpiesented and intmbei shave BO means of knowing m advanee what they aie to be called ujmn to discuss OI deeide 1 his is the first time in on, histoiy that a legislative assembly en even a public meet ing has attempted to tiansaet business for any eonsuleiable ,exl without a itenla, cexle of ules pi esci ibmg the order of its pi o ccedings anel the iniemvemoneeand them justice resulting from sue h an attempt have been fombly ilhirtiateJ m the piesent in stance The speaker has lepeaJlly dm, g these extiaorrtmaijr lefnsid to entertain pailmmentaiv mi tions that have as legitimate evei since the ;oveinmentwas establwhcd and when at- liniprs ha e been made to appeal fiom his decisions he has refused to submit the tints tion to the house. Bj his aibitiary uilings sustained in some instances by less than quorum he has subvei ted pun. ,pk of and parlmmentarv law hciet, recognised in the house This pe, tonal and partisan donimatnn of he house was submitted to, though not vv itb repeated protests until vve con nncedthatitwasthe purpose of he speake, and his mppoiters to without i ules to oust tho Demouatic mem J h i Inim ot the majority that they have a nnhlr m tin F, mth distil t if est 11 ginia Ins vat in th, hi use Hi Outhwait. Piati, imno, itv foi t p istpon imlth, n tuiiiny hisotteiitioi toth, imnts ,t the cam aiguul uvpul of lad si n HIL conUstte Mi ot Vienna made I, ,1 n Hen .ulme.soCS, Hu 1 h, h 1< )i Hall is Ins plan of using the love of as a foot note Hi, applause that fol- d this  U was then taken on It, uimnlimnt and ,t nab lost bj a ,te of 00 ,t the Hi oii iniilinftion to auipt th, and an it, Hw tion tie tenth ted on minontv of bora whose seats their Republican opponent are contestwl and adiu.t whothei Bleitel TO STOP PROCEEDINGS On Wertpesday, Jan J8 the committee on etootionscalledupa contested election case and the Democratic membeis detei mined that mtht absence of rules it should not be cons.deml if they could prevent it by any proper parliamentary proceedings ngly they the question of conside.a tion demanded the yeas and nays and on the call of the, oil Ief rnmed from voting The result v, as that less than a quoi unnoted but thespeikcr m violation of the umfoim piattue of the house foi moie tnanacentui) to count members n ho Here piesent, but not ami do- laied that the house had deeded to take the case up Piomthls decision an appeal as thls and ninjiiasstiu niost tjianni.nl laws foi the "PI ress, of the people aud the most cor niptliiHs foi the srxiliation of the publi, tieasuiy Whether so intended 01 not its Ineet tendeiuj ,s to bleak down the bameis he, etofoi e ex.stmg foi the p, otee I ,on of tho again t th, of povve, an 1 spohati, of the tieasuiy by destioymg th, limit which the const tutmn has wisd> imp, sed the ment C mstitut! ms aie mnToiitios and piotoet mmonties A ma jontj lestiamts it, powoi is a pura despotism and is in consistent with our sjstem of goveinnient and applause at I' litxal fnuids and ,p, hims.lt )t simn smil, p I u, h, K, ,11, ans tin oin, i s, the ueinf Umt Is )f tililiisUuiiB ad ults alld tll MIlts, uswln.h in, tho the m tli< ihle by J p, taken on n the month ad.ptionot the l poit of til, ..mmatee to seat Mi Smith and it was 1M 111JS 0 calls uquiied b, f, the Hnal v ,le to M, Smith was taken and n, ho Has leplai, l.ntitlod to his 1M, made to ipstiam Mr this f of o u, and ,eUe) apphm led vvasapiopei time to make a m  HonUlKglad t, s iliange ,hi. t tion xxv s, n i, Usswep, fe, to 'evisni, to th. thud ml t nth .InpUis a abovomduat, I A v was th, i taken n th, lllfnll, I h, ntlien w hi, I, the do. 'ORD UAUSBUBY'S IUNKSS .n r oi-d SallsbuiyatHatfleld house Friend. f tie hill, but It 1, pMllve-li kiuuvn that bus lM-n ailing for s .m, ,Mst ,s gix-atly in V inlmi, I ,1 1W held to-moi ,ow, (bo iwf IniMiHss of whKhwilllw Urn fnimmg to lie del., ere I at it pailiamcnt "OH Kit MAk-FHS ON STIltkK ayed against M Mis 'V hus lieeii omlnnd n 'i n It ,s eiohH that she Lm.ed u mi ulled and th, ,e- wlmh mavbetaku, as th, ling of 1 ll n Bin I Chin Its It eli t! n Inn Kxrnne. ait.on bi, light fame I Miat alu-i l 1 a, lunmtmit of .ouitof the against papei b3 Mi the wilhdiawal of the E ll.nn M I, l J I house th THE TEST-OATH CASE i ligion Cannot be Legally loak for Crime Feb 4 -In th h nM 0 "3 s the table the yens ancl nn, s we, e taken less th an a quo, urn ,oted again numbe but the spcaku rs not xotmg and ,le- mot.on In Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, JDITNKIRK. N.Y. Hablt' of cotl B trtii' e knowledge of the per- C. C. PENFOLO, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MAIN ST., -BUFFALO, I DEALER IN Mcrckut Tailor, Ot erwure, tenther Ftc. COMPETE LINE OP HOLIDAY GOODS MAIK STREET, IioquoU Cldeel the ruling Ihe.ebv sustained T st v ides that a nmjontj ot tmh I, mse shall constitute a quouim te, do busimss but a sninll., nuniKi ma> adiomn d iv to da} Mini d ti ntten lane e ot absent s in siuhmm, nei Illlllnnilt, such penalties as eat h lit use mas pioMdc i clause ol the i in stitution leqniKseaelihiisi t knpn Munnl ofitspiexmlmjM and tint who ru andS tution than a ImnUu house >f repiestntatives an 1 tlu senate hnv umfonnlyc.asnued tlie hist clause of th constitution quota! above to mean that mnjontjotall the members elect must piestntandactuallj mthetians action ot business and that wheitvei call of the aud naji it apware the join mil, i., the mh that less than the e .institutional qnoium hn voteel on any pioposition the v ot> vvas a niillitj and no fuithei busimss toull rteiiH until the nquisitt ntimbei apjieaieel am voted A TIM PI FCLUKNTS Eveiv piesi.lmg officer m the senate anr j sjioaker eif the house except the prese nt ono has ruled that when W than a qnoinn verted on a call ot the leas and no mat te, how man> might be actually pusent n nashisdntv to take notice ot the fae t and deilaie that tbe pending bill 01 motion ha 1 not passed When the vote is not take n by yeas and najs it is not enteied upon the journal, but if anj member makes the point that no quorum has voted tho is a nullity and the vote must be taken ovti The presumption of the law u, that when nothing appears to tho contiar> the pi ex ex el Ings of a legislative bodv ere legula, and valid, and thuefoie when the odi, idl does not show that less than a quo, urn oted 01 attention is not called to the fa, t in such a way as to furnish le-gal evidence of it the question cnmiot be made alte, wards Many bills been passed when them was no quorum voting and it Is equally tiue that n.Bnilme passed when theie no quorum acruallv piesent, but this does not prove that supreme com tot tlu United StatcsiesteidayJust.ee Hi Id lendtrcd an opinion affirming the ml" mentof tlo third ,uduial distiut omt of Idaho m the of Samuel D Dav w against H U Bcason of Oneida count) The iase is (ommonly known as the Idaho test- oath case in winch the qutstion involved -was tin of the Edmunds test c ldg c.tizens of Idaho to make oath when thu apply to register that they are not 1 igamists 01 polygamisN do not teach alvise emouiage bigamj or polygamy' and that thej a, e not members of Feb 4-lu the sonata yos- tei laj afte, the uadmg of the oarnal Mr a.m.unud theieivnt nffli, tl ,ns m the o( the secietai-j of state and the secretary of tlu navy and moved an aeljommnent wlmh was unanimously agleeil to, and the senate at once adjomned V U O I Sh St., c l Snilli eete.1 will, li, us In reh s-lol ll 1 D 1 Atkn son tite SYMPATHY FOR MR TRACY Cabinet Member, Will Not Attemel Supreme Court Dinner WAqnrvGTON, F, b 4 ison m view of the tenible afflietiem which has acj re, ailed all mvita toustothodmnei m Imno, of the justii es of o, encourages such te convietrf of mila ub ix-iveitnigthelawsof the ten, to, "by ath while a member of the Moi ,s the case to taking the i ll I -.In. the test thnt th i' i m 111 disuissnn iMusto the "st of take cngnizan ouuies, he holds States and of To eal n ad v o, a, y a tenet of religion is to offend thi ponmic n sense of mankind 1 he first amendment to the lonst.tut.on deUaungthat shall make no aw esixetingthe establishment of oT oibudmgthefiee eierc.se theieof" r th Bigamy and e os In the laws States and of e jusii es o the supreme court of the United States was to have taken place at the executive mansion on Thursday of this week The IP maim of Tiney and those of he, dnugh ter to ?he eiecutive mansion last mght and placed m the East room, wheie th.y will lemain until thefunerel at rangenients shill have been completed It M probable that the tuneralwm take the cxocuhva Catlm of Biooklvn the brothc, of Tiacy, decide about the fnnoial arrangements was exiw Kd to amve heie fiom last night i s I M D John H Q Mllle, ,SIIt'; "y hll A 1) J H-v (hailisRobiiiHnn Kav e n ti Ihalhe of the imn nine nt was then unn'l io Ila'v' A' THREE MEN KILLED A Train W.c.ked I gal nv but to, t "I li lm J ll, esiil Vll Vi" ablothal h, ..pon II 1, tuis 1 he 1 lines lea, and the, efoienoalte, native iniso, abide t lt howevei does not THE BALLOT BOX CASE mllt.e mtt, col known a two'Tve'o'b twoweok lu, houMi to liivcstlKBto what 18 Ohio ballot box fo, Kery ish, I Un led to allow everyone to entertain su, h notions letting his .olations to his and the dut.es they Ilnpose mdgmont and i i ui t o ins, lot til, by includes It is nssume 1 >nel that IHH ins. no mid ,f Ix. o, ,eli tenets m toicc tins conntlj therefoi. any of maj be followed and any tents hovvevei destiuctive of societv mai be held and advex ated ,f asserted to be n part of the leligious djctiine of those advo- ating an 1 p, ae tie ,ng them But nothing urtl e, from lho t, uth Wh.le leg ,slat ont o, he establishment ot uligi ,n foi bidden and jshectxemse peimilteKl it dots not hat eveij thing which may be so-< ailed can betxleiated Cnme is none the less odious valise san. tided bv nnit am paitieulni sect niH el signatc asieligi. n betietary fiaej is still at the usiel.nce Bancioft Da-vis Ho will ,bablv lle moved to-day Piestduit Hainson said the sepoit.i that I, thin -ht in Ira j pies.siilan.lpiostrntKl  lu ,11 be removed with sal. ty Ihe se.ietaij snffei ing fiom the 11 hal ition of smok. ai Ins lungs m cons, quern e aie extremely wea TELFCBAMS (IF I M Thp calamity that ovei wln'lnud Scciitni tracj bos caused piofund KI uf llu nigho the count, y anel man} of lolcnce have been lecnvoet tli lesiilen nmong them the follov 1U, 101 of lihotle Island teltg, aplPs Aeeept the sjmpolhv of a 1 on, o I In tl Sixth >atlonal Hank Hi-orlon NEW Feb 4-Thes-xxkholderaof 1 lt aJ lectelthef llovvmg ot dl.ectors t H Ltlanl, t J Laiidon Joseph Paik yumlji, J, caallle, of the Chenncal an IF D Tappan, plesident of the (rallatiu bank Tlie mimedmtel, organized bv electing Charles H Lelaml piesidentand Charles J vice pres- ident TMF STARTED ie started and taaJmg to the nppe, sto.es rear of the woodwoik of th firemen generally thmV that th wo caught flre fiom the ov e! heated pipes. ln th mantel The th, the rndiana an esUm a I nosPjlortuentvhaddlMx a letthei, foi the.astnt 7 mght and before it had outol the nt, was completely wmked and time luoslos The tiaikciosses thoUln.oisiiv.i at Ib, low, H, the I lg, n Ull st wi'Mi's-n hamannei plane into the, nvu lho hlStst, o llu lnstfieyht.ni plowed ,ve, tlm tend and mto the, ,al, ly on u othn Inth, N Hi, man OH, 1 illofL.baua 111 N, "lc w u t k l> his hi nl HUM mt of l. ate irntsHti 17, altci two h mis w nl UK wiM into the live, liounm Inn, least I ui, l, be.1 nieel awav an 1 tl m. n that th miaiif il loss l t ,t its of Hi. u It ,s est mat. f Him sj-jsthat M, hoi 1 1, I.is, th An aftoinrein pup. I the >w nei n Wiie Ins. bull Annuls guuii Is th New I'njand Uailioad ompany tiiinof imielvnmej.nis M, it M has made an offei t New club rf orthe.xijonse mem, 1 nttm the how (ol t tan.e of this Coogan is magnifitd bv the fu, t mtthePlnjeis League, ust u, ,th of the pi, t be f ntromnu leil possession nhil, II, oldinau- era must look ilsew line Mi nttmg M, DayanilhodKl not he V, vv -V o, k U ague 1 U acite then present gioun.U a tl, s one mo, e year The otofM, For MnnlerJng III. Jath.r KiNF-tFin Mass Fib 4 The trml of mcoln J I'-inlall fo, the thei at Montague flam honlmiolnwas onl} IS wns un yestcida, Mr Ran lall was shol Ihiough win low ,f hi, h ms. 1 x ii, and suspi, mi, f, n hliv llmsvenor made a state iKntinwIrnhhesaid that a Uiecomnntte.. and Craaitto whweowuer of the ioi, Imd published re ,ti, m the umnnitw and ihnt den Jrosvciioi was de.vbtt In his duty not loss etammniK ce.tam 1 dont think I bad anything to H.tb it asked Gov, kei Nothing at was ion lea lawvei governor" Hen mld he Mrai of witness, s m ord, ng out tlm fa, something Ilkeloglal Ooveino, Forake. stated that he Imd made ove, y eivleavoi to get the truth (iiosvenoi HUK! he was a prosecute i 'f v He was simply def, hw i is were being onstantly lonliontodbythe assertion that they i.ni e, n, d n, some other ballot-ta ,ontia< t Hehuwnolhmgofsmh o cont.a.t C Hutu., worth appeared Is-fore the and stated that sptanmg foi all ,e g, n II, men whove names on the foiKiddiumunt, he domed the Ix nut onstantly p, that thes, g, ntlwneii not desuous of having a full aild om" plite mvistigation HepiesentutiveJustlioWlnimg Mlthl San name appealed on th. I, ig, I M IMX was KWO, and t. ihat th si had not ,t Pi-' M, nintmgsaidMr lllln w, mi. tluantxwaphof t   Ixulot Ixixuontriut The ,uxt witnesB was Uovemor Ca Tie was si, the foiged o" thatlw had nev w m ,f t ie had s.gnod liket, pape, Ctavci the ome three he had ,who hove hista of tucn Ishe ballot box m tho eiHiic of T r he box was manipulated by H o no l Sometime after Mr Campbell had ieof thewtoxeg to Washington to txbfi.it a tlu congressional committee on elee tlons was at this time that tlie witness agreed to ttoduce the bill Hb attention rought to hw connection with the ballot box "ftei by the publication in Tht Oommercuii tte. ____________ Franoo-Crerman Alliance. BKRL.IY, Feb 4 -Tbe North German Ga- commenting on the pamphlet of CoL olfel on tbe Franco-German alliance, which that assumes might be purchased by tho cessiejn back to France of the eanture.1 provinces of Alsace Lorraine, rid the buggestion Germany's Austim after Sadowa, The were vastly different from her relations with I'rance Fo.bea.ance with 11 ance, it declares, IB usolens Ornianv cnn tmues to be to the reckless attoclofSr nei uniiic neighbors but piobaWy comtar a ,n the poZf sion by Gei-many of military f I to guarantee the safety of the protection to the people LADIES! If want an oauj AIH! nlilo shoe', with i sole, one Unit will i j country and keep your feet dry .nd warm. a pair of D. Armstrong A o Hand Welt, eommou sense shoes, -----They will plewe you- SULLIVAN SON, 21 S street, For Finest Wall Paper call at Mom- X r i _' 1EWSP4PERS   

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