Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 5, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 05, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY ft, 181*0. NO. 2 B HEPRESENTA TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A MRW KCI.INO MAITH INK for ruling . all tuiMih of lilaiib i« Un* latfftt a«ulitioii to th** M»*< lmiii«>i»l Departm*-iit of Dunkirk Printing Com pan 4 CKXANI»FICH Co*! and W**od Yard.** /\ Central Aveuur, opposite Nickel Plate pot. All grades of Hard and Moll Coal. WikHJ Lumbar, Shingle# ami I .atli. Frat lei iv    Correa    }Min    deuce    for    wiuicttk lot* tot i cl ted. A CKX. M. MANN, Practical Pluu»lier, Ca* and Hiram tiller. r»|«< mi alN-nlru. (i vert Ui Sanitary Piuuihiug KauinaU*a given on Plumbing, Ga# Filling Steam Heating aud Hot Air Furnaces. *7 K. Third air—C nit. til KHlHli, Sit and Aft Central Ave . Artistic Photograplier. Inauntanaout Pliotographa of llaloea a specialty. Hitter* need not wait for nunnhifia except for ha hie*. Hook HIN DICKY-Jankh Irving, Pro* prietor, No. IC K. Second street, near liuf-taio street, Dunkirk, N. Y. Maga/inea, Mu-4iC, Pa iii fillets, etc., Is iii lid in all aly lea. Order* prompts aitendcl to. All work guaranteed. Ii C itch KIPS CROCK KHY IIOIJsK, .AJH Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in l«c*orted and Itomeatic China, ti las* ware, Ac. CtHAh. II. HARKIN, .MI Central Ave. cen-t era! Insurance, Life, Accident anil tire. lie fore traveling insure Tour lie iii the old relialde **Travelera’.M Heal Estate Agent. Coatis negotiated on y”op#rtv. ( UIACTACgi A HOTBI, J    Kales. $1 per day. I.ivory and Ihiaidiiig Stat de in rouneetion. Virliir Holer, Am and 337 Cion street. / HTV HA lilt KU NIIOP I/    t    has.    Nagle, Prop., Cnder Cake Shore National Hank, corner Center aud Third Mi vet*. A hue stock of Foreign and Douiesiie cigars. / ION KUN St HON, V,/    MHH On ter street. Practical horae-shoera. Particular attention paid lo interfering horse*. Mux* mg of road aal trotting horses a speedily. I) IN KUCK r.\FINING OltlKKVtJL l.argest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. 1) CNK! IIH KNtilN KKKINti COMPANY. Formerly sellew A Popple. Manufacturer# of Engines, Hollers, Pulleys, .shading llaugers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, and Machine Work to order. I v I N K I UK HH I KT C4»„ »tt, and *>7 J./ Center street. Manufacturers of the "Cromwell” and ‘‘Dunkirk” per'feet - titling Dress shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing aud dry goods houses iu Dunkirk. iv r. TUOMEY, I / .    AM    and 4.W Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, >alt. Haled Hay. Phosphates, etc.    .  __ Established, 187*. IN KIK HOTF.I. and Dining Saloon, Union JTj Depot Kasv a—* to all trains and Ints-iiiess lions***. Hest accoil!inflation* for Com-aiercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. DU1.KKN A CMA, Cj    »7    and    vW K Third street Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Upholstering. Picture Frames made to order. I). MATTKNON Si CO., Ail Central Ave., leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. ll AKKCI. STK.AM HEATING CXI., Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H UNK STK AM LAUNDRY. B Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    10c; Collars, go; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A VV. Gumming**, iu7 Center street ll.' IC OKUM, E. Third st, cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoos. ll EN KY YV Kl LEICH NKW STOKE, HW K. Third st. Hooks, Stationery, Musical I n- suruments.Maga^ines,Daily aud Vt eekly Papers, eg pet Cunieg to a first class book 8choo* book# a specialty. and every th lr store. I “’OH PKI NTINCi of every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud lo K. Second St.| JH. VAN BUREN A SUN, Fire Life, Accident and Cameral Insui tcoa. Dealers in Heal Estate and l,**ans. Pariiciilar attention paid to lite care of nm peri y collecting rents Ac. 219 Center st., iud floor. J^JOFKOK’S PHARMACY, WO Central Avenue fleadqdarters for Wall Patter Paint*. Oils, Ae. IxEKKINH, J. W„ •■NM Center street, VI ann lac lurer and dealer in Harness. Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Trunks,VV b |ut. Buffalo Holies, BurseCove I s, G to Yes. M Itta**# a mlSleigh Holies. I>1.1 MUINO. T. W. Murray, Xii Lion street. A st>eciallv made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and lias Fitting. Workmanship guar-nteed. II SCHOLTES. .    17    East    Third    street. Fashionable Tudor. Gentlemen will find it to their adv anlage to cation me tiefore purchasing elsewhere. > It. CAKY A CO., [ ,    ass    Lion    street General Hardware,White i.ead,Oils,Painter’s uppUes, tnl Cloths, Gnu.'ic Ware. A special-;0f uherwii. Williams Pa: tit amt Monroe range. R VIANO, such as blank-Uvoks, bulgers, and ad kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud ll* K. Second ht LPH IMUUlENHAimK. Cor. Third and Hufialo St*,, in Granite, Marble, Flagging and stone. Chil on ant beSore buying • walk. I A Wk,    _    _ 7 and 9 Fast F runt street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. •rat Liquor Store for Family Can. KOBERT R'KAf, Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, reed and Livery Stable. Stabling by ti* day or week on reasonable terms.      * Reid, J. w.,    _    . IM Center atreet Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of first olaaa makes of Pianos and Farraud A Y Oley Organs. SAM J. GIFFORD. 801 Central Arn. (Up stairs), General Insurance and Heal Estate Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention gtvsa to buying and selling Beal Estate. JON KA. 75 F.. Third at, cor. Deer. Aior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and I Meats, Lard, Ha usages. Oysters and Ii T. UOLPfl, M. D., Physician and Hnrgcon, Office fiver Lyoi'# Drug Store. Residence, Central Avenue Telephone No. H. Calls ma? lie left at I von’#. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Stretti HIGHLY IMPROVED PA Rif S of frtrm /HO to 1,1'Jo arm. Jct milt c hmj> tail hi/ ii* ;*/»> ffferrPOM UNK HALK T MK I ROP rnmHJ twit! S’ if tm <’tic* I art lultlrr** H MnjienJ.alotu, /jut NY £ RUPRIGHT GRAND:-. PIANO TDK ll A NDSOVKS T Vl'lifUlIT PI. I NO M A NU FAC TI 'll KIK Entire I nterior Construction EXACTLY UKF. Till GRAND Piano, and on precisk- LY TUR SA MF PRINCIPLE. Men-lit .*» ft. I in; VV id I Ii 5 ft..'I iii ; Depth i ft. I in Does Piano Practice Annoy You? Then gel a Mehlin & Sins’ Piano with Patent Mu tiler, which reduces the lone to a mini in urn Do yon mar the front of the piano with your Ungers in playing? The Patent Finger Guard on the Meh-lin & Sons’ Piano prevents that. Do you want a genuine Grand in Upright case? Then the Mcblin vt Sons’ will suit you. Du you like a sweet, full, round, yet mellow tone? Then the Mehlin vt Sons’ will charm you Have you a taste for the artistic? The cane of the Mehlin vt Sons’ Piano, Italian Renaissance style, with bas-relief paueK is a real work of art. and fit for a palace. Do you want apianoof extraordinary singing quality, ami delicacy of touch? The Mehlin A; Sons’ on these points will win your praise. But here we must st op, for our limited space will not permit us to mention all the excellent features of these superb instruments and whither you intend to purchase or not. we invite you to call ami inspect the Mehlin X Son*’ Piano for yourself. Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue. DUNKIRK. NY. • Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured •V AMIRISTtllM WL HAIMS' HOLBEN SHCffIC. It can bs liven In a cup of cotes or tea. or In ac tic Its of food. without the knowledge of the person taking it; it Is absolutely harmless aud will offset a permanent and speedy rare, whethei the patient is a moderate dr! liker or anglophobe wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARIN a com pit C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 304 M AIN ST.. BUFFALO. N. Y. wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete « ure Iii eve: * instance. 4s paje bool ■■AA, Address In confiden-e, SPECIFIC CO. 185 Race S! . CincinnatLO IVE.XI,KH IX ii nm ui mm Clocks. HHverware. Leather (•<**• Iv. EN*, ESC RA riSG, GOLD ,f SIL I ER PLA TIXG NJ HES, JEWELRY. AC. Jut the Aurora Railroad Watch. R   i-“~ Frank mocker. Repairing a specialty. F. supt. Kl E. Third st Mercbant Tailor. S)6 Central Avenue ANOTHER DAY WASTED. KNIGHTS OF LABOR. SPANISH Ii KIM’ P>LICA NS. fANTED ~ Au ae live man on Li'trrl Sd.vrv to iiet lusiMrntl) rc|<revcn« an A**-«». i.ii ion in-■ orporatr J tu stip,4)    rimr    p ke*grnet,l mrt>'liandisi a;.d all kimK ut Mitt* Ie* tor hi.mc and family use, it*ca* h small <i y. I ,wn, village .md rural disfrict. Ho.ooo metiilvera. Paid up I cit i tit ale"- flM),SfSinl ;v*h. I re it ut Ii riled Kefs—rs c*i hangttl. Kmwrc Co-ii|>.ra.ivs Aa-aociat.on (Link Mo* i7^»;*« *1'1* Y.  -.......-—    .........—^-Thte*.           —------------.Tin,r.ffl SAl.KsMKV Wauled Mr (iiife Local fir Traveling Big l*av. Niteinlr Woik. Mock Warranted Quick Hr*lfiag H|teciattn**i. «Sn I Ii t Flee K \ |HTiencc L ni;cees-«r> . J AH. IC.YA HIT-MKV, Niirsi man, lCoclicster, X. A . STODDART A CO., Patent At tor ne va, SIA 7tli , HI , W ashingtiMi, Ii I , opp I H, I'aleiu office, Patents, Caveats ami lie I-sues secured Trade Marks it*gi-U re»l XII Patent business oowducefl for iinsh-rnte Fees. Iuf>>rm.'tU<>u. Advice ami »|**rial reftrewfes aeniou n‘.|in-^t. XKY. iv F \ PL SHK*- IS \D tIHI X^ A NI h, mtiffwe«l eitrh rnoutli. Steady employment at home or traveling. No soliciting. Duties deli * en ugli int making collection*. No Postal Cards. Addn*—. with stamp. II A FEU A CO.. Piqua, ohio. Iwmli toemidoy a few ladle* on salary to take eliarge of my bu sines* al their home*. Light, icry fascinating and healthful. Wage* BIO |»er week. Reference given. Coml pav for part lime. Address with -tulip. MKH. Mak-io.H VV A Lh KH, l.oiiihulle Ky. «v7*. IHI I.,    IIH A MONTH can Unmade %fdPI ll* vZ'O . ”1 «o,king f,r us. Persons preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the busim -s. Spare moment s may in* profitably employed also. A Irs vat am irs in town* and cities It. F. JOHNSON \ CO., ion Main St.. Kkhaiond, Va, hir Relit i»r Sale. I louse corner He-viml ami Dove streets. Newly lilted up ami iii fine comb Hon XX ill sell on easy terms. Lnqii re at the office of Martin Heater Co. A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS THE HOUSE SPENDS IT IN FILIBUSTERING OVER RULES. A Few Hetiate Kill* Referred to 1 oiutuit* tee*— A ppi opr tat ion Hill* for Publir tin ibi I Mg* Pa«seil — A Bill f***- the Ad* m I odon of New Mexico—An Inquiry' Into Die XX ashing ton fire I lepart nieiit. WAHHIXGTfin, Feb. 5 —The feature of the b<*u»e xe-t»*rdM> wa* filibusteri»i^. Tile Wind ■bnoliiio in his prayer feelingly a I bn led to the bermxentente of With He»*r* Uir4es LlaifXt* amt 1'rai y. The tm-ties ,,f th* minority ware n*j*'ate«l bi t bf sir «leu ut n< I for the n-Hfiiug «*f the jrmrnal in full. This I* mg eimipltdcsl Mr. Springer df*elare<l tliat ti |s»il had I ss-ii umittial, but as Mr. NL Finley was un his feet xx itll a mo lion that the journal ls*appn>xe«l, tim leaker po i* I »h» iii Un! i* hi to the gent leinaii filial lib-mu-, but iveoguiatsl tin* leader of the majority, xx o followed bis fif-sst in,it I*iii xx itll a ileum in I for the prev iou* question, xxhiehxxas ordensl yen*, Pm; nuys, o. A nutiilrer of fietnu:-rat* suflk-ioiit to make a qiionini ware rn ten*! un the journal u.s pit-sent and not Voting Tin- journal wa* ajqirox’tsl—yea*. 1(73; nays, 0, the nj *-aker arranging the oil is ti tut! octal quorum a* iii previous instatHWK. At this (Miint Mr. Springer wa* reixgiiind to make a motion to adjourn. Tile motion was pip and defeated yeas, 114; nays, til. 'Hie s|*eaker laid lief«»r»* tile hffUfe various -enate bills for ref en*! i«-e, among them • me to ndiex'e the IrenMiivr of tile United Stab*** from the amount now charged to him and de-jKi-itml with the several stater. Tile speaker referred this bill under the rules to ttie coiii-mittee on way* and means, lait Mr. Bland mov«*1 that the bill la* referred to the committee ou appropriations. The sjswker at first (lirUiMxl to entertain the motion, stilting that imdr the rule** the bill was clearly xxith-iu the juriwbetion of tim ways and means committee. A long wrangle ensued, and Mr. Bland's motion was |*iit to the ii mi se. It was defeats!—yeas, ii; nays, LM; the quorum was cs*iiiit*s| iii I iv tile *q**afcer as lel<»r* Mr. Flower of New York moved that the bill I** r»*ferixwl to thei'onuuitteeon judiciary. The motion xx as debxibsl—yeas, IM; nays, 135. For Uh* first time in S*v *ral rlay* this vias not strictly a party voU*, eleven Ihqmhlh-aiis voting w ith the Democrat** iii tlieafiirinatixe. McKinley uh* vis I to refer the hill to the way’s and means committee, and demanded the pix*viou* question. Mr, McCleary of Kentucky moxe*l tiiat the bon-** adjourn, lait tin? sjieaker «ieeliiie*l to eiit**rtain the muffion. Mr. M«*< "nary • idled for th** reaann «*f this ruling, and while the tt|**akcr SHN expiainiiig that he considered it dilatory, the Denmerat** demonstrates! their dnwat Isl a*-t ion. Af ter some del site the demand f«*r the previous question was oniercsl ~)eas, LM; nays, 0. During the calling of the roll Mr Springer Had a consultation with Mr. McKinley, the result of which was that the DeiiMs*rats made no further opposition, aud the hill xx as referred to tin* uMiuflittN on ways anil means xx it limit division. Th«*n on uh (iii hi of Mr. MrKiniey the house ad-jounied.    _ IN THE WEN.4 TF.. YY'.xsniNGTON, Feb. 5.—In th** senate yee-t«*nlay hills were reported and pla<-ed on the calendar for public buildings at Zanesville, O.; Martinsburg, W. Va.; Ionising, Mi<*h.; Lurimgt*»ii. la.; Fnq**ria, Kau.; Youngs-tow ii, IL; Fhu (‘laiiw, YN’ia., a»id Waterbury’, Danbury and New Ixmdon. Conn., (1UU,(UU being appropriated in ea«*h instance. Bills wen* al-** n*|*»rt*sl appropriating #15(1,(MW for a building at Salina, Kau.; #75,<KW for rate at St. \limns. Vt., and #100,(KW to enlarge the building at To|ieka, Kau. Mr. Walnut introduced a bill providing for Uh* admission of Ute territory of New Mexico. Referred. On motif rn of Mr. Hawley a motion was agree! to instructing tile committee cm Hie District of Columbia to inquire into Hie condition of the Washington lire department. Mr. Hex* ley said Hie resolutum xxas Imsrsl ujs rn tis* filial fire at Secretary Tra**y’s house. Redid not mean, however, to imply any censure Ilf* hi Ila* h* pa itll lent. Mr. Dawes having uiox’csl that the senate prxxxssl to csuisideratkMi of executive busi-ih*ss. Mr. 1‘lntt said he had intetHle*l Asking Hie senate to take up the bill for the organization of the territory of Oklahoma, but would yi* Id to tile senator from Massaebu-a**tts. and to-day ask the st*nate to consider Ha* bill for the organization of a government for I (k lain ana. Mr. Blair statxsl that the unfinished husi-ness was the odin ational bill, which lie ha*! exj**<*l«**l would I** taken up at oiks*, but as Is* was ititx*n*upUsl Im* would address tile •enate on that measure to-day. At 1:3(1 Uh* senate went into se»*r**t sessi**n and at 5 p. in. a<ij*HirtMst. Th* Troy Conference tudor*#** Pro|vo**-d I.rgUlwl ion — Other Hn>ln#w. j Troy, N. Y., Feb. 5.-—Th# Knights of i^alsir eonfererHS* iii session her# yesterday decided to aet with the F’armei>‘ allu»n«*e in Mtsiinng a nsluction of th# rat# of interest iii th** state to 5 je-r cent. and an equalization of taxes, '(‘he following were also md*him-I ! Tie* Saxton elei'toi’al reform bill; Hie Collins lieu law ; til# weekly wages bill: als*!isbing date contract#; the Linaon anti-Biukarton I tall: a lull prohibiting the sal# of prison mad** giKnts; indorsing Hie action of Hi# state workingmen'* asseinl*ly; an amendment to 1 (lie factory ins]*s*tHai laws, aud indol sing the •eti<ai of the general aawcnihiy at Atlanta, ; Ga., mi goods made by the Fuller A Warren I i-onipany. Iii the afternoon tin* conf*•rem’# considered pro|s*Msl changes iii the ritual of the on lei* Mini d«s*id**l ii | sui si him* to Is* re* sit 11 mci idts I for action tq**n bv tin* general aaaetubly. An I exexqitivi* «shiiii lit tee of tw dity-five w as abo a]q**itiled up*ai tile state of the order. Part I of Hie xxHiimittee'# work w ill la* to se**uie a 1 *s*i |is of lecturer*, wIhj shall visit each *li»-I trict iii the state and deliver le<*turcs upon ini{K*rtaiit mibjex'ts of lalstr inU*iv**t.s. It was also decided that ref*r*wentation in the eon-fcrtaice should l**«*n the lia>is e-tatilislnsl iii the National General awniUy. The fact ; that some #:>,<KW,tKW,«MK> in to is* eTjiended oil , |Mibli<* buildings in    New    York    city the : (sailing season and    the    stone    for th** work is to Is* contracted for Norrmw* Bios. | of Massa(‘htiNt‘tta.    was    also    brought j up ami it ara# decided    to *#t*f** 'int a commit- I tee bi go to Aliiaiiy and nap lest the Ncxv York meii»ls*iw of the legislature to assist in I amending w hat is known as the consolidated j act so that public work shall la* let only to ! j**s q i|e xx it I. in the state. Tin*    jit-esdit gathering    has bren    in    the t nature of a confereime. The real object    ha# ; Gen to establish a state assembly of the J order. Tin* sentiment in many district* is iii I favor of this. but in others it is nut. New Yo^m-ity with its very large meniliership delegate* it hi feu I vs I would con tm^be other plat es iii tile state. The prow-| jss't is that the a ss. *m lily vt ill finally la* organised. Alienly is a candidate for 11m* next J general assembly. The    tinaiMs* committee    rejs*rted    a    lier capita    tax on the various    bran< lH*s    fin-    the J purpose of meeting tile eX|**iHlltun*«i of the I sessions of ti**: congress. Ilejsui, adojited. The follow mg officer* were then ele**te*l for j th** ensuing year:    President, Thomas B. Maguire; vi**e jireaideut. M. A. Fitxjiatrick; secretarA’, J**w*ph R. Mansion; tnanurer, James H. Buckliee. llie convention then de<*i»l*sl to hold its next annual session on the Hist Monday in February, 1-xlM, at Rochester. Of! motion it was ordered that all district a*#-**mbli»-s lie instructed to re|*»rt to the »***-rotary of tile <s*ngress, the assembly, »t*n-atorial and congressional districts covered by their reop*s*tive organization#. Among the resolutions j*asMsl was the folio wing: R<*s«*|\T*(t. Tliat we demand of th** state legislature the jsii-sageof a la* empow**ring the stale railroad coniniisaiooern t** seleci from #in<*ug the different autoinatfc* cor **«*upl»*rs «*n»* that in their judgment shall prove, a'ter siiitsMe trial, to l»e the heat, aud such car coiipi-*r shall lie lite standard f..i use on all freight cars used in lite stat«*( The convention then adjourne*!. :i«4 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroquoi* HoteL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. Delegate* Meet at Albany and Discus* lite I Ie;, ne Itiil. Al,BAW. Fell. 5.—The president atnl «»ne delegati!* from each county agricultural society in this state n ct at Gt*oi<>gK*r*l hall iii this city yesterday to discus* th«*ir county fair aud to ex cl ta ag# x iews aa to l*ettering their condition. They als.* at this meeting took action looking towards a divisi.Mi of Hie money in Hie state society's hand# from trotting events. The question of tin* giving of the money collected bv the Ives jus>1-tax lavx to agricultural societies cam** up for discussion. Them xxii* an id*n that Senator (Vane iii his bill d«*sircd t«* have th** treasurer gixe ibis money to th** state *«s*iety, a sch**me to overlook the county so<*i«*ti**#. Senator iu*an was preaent aud e.xplaiiMst that his bill was simply the annual bill tinder which the iiH*iH*y was pal'I over, and President Wood of the state ws iety a-mu red tin* memliers that Um* usual diatribu-ti«Hi would I#* made. President Wood made a brief address in which, in <q*iM)sitioii to a protest sign»sl by many of Uh* s.**iet»es relative to tin* Syraeuw* jiennaneiit sit**, he prenetitert argument# iii it* favor. At the evening session a vote was taken and Syracuse was faxorxsi as a p’rmair ut site by a large majority. Atiolhcr Tanner 'Ian (.ne*. W AMB two TOH, Fx*b. 5.— The resignation of Hiram Smith. Jr., tin* first *iej*ut v commis- #H*n«*r «>f j#*nsH«is. one of the |*ensi«ai <*tli v employe# whoa# jiensnm was re-rate.I ut#Dr i'.*rp<»ral Tanner, has been accepted, lo take etT.ct Matvh & next Mr. SmiHi's pension was inc reward last spring from F-'tt* to IT- |er month, ami lie rervived over #C*.OK) arrearages of jientrio—. This change is in pursuant* of the policy of renwiving all Uh* re-rated employes of the pension ofiiow. .4 Bogus Miuid. Riachesteh. N. Y.. Feb. ft.—A young man nauM*l George Taft, alias F. P. Zollnian alia* Tliomas Marr. xvas a rn *et*sl here charged with dcfraikling Rochester lo*lge No. fitiil, F. and A. M., and Kislingtmry lodge. K. of P. out of nniiiey asked as alms. Ile n*prv*ented bmiseif to he a Mason and luetnlvr of the Knights of Pythias ami ha* been defrauding val ious lodges all over the country. Masonic Convention. Alb XNY. 1**1*. ft.—The ninety-third annual (Mnxentiou of the Grand Chapter of Royal Ait Ii Mit-ons of the state of New Y<*rk *xm-x-encd at Masonic temple yesterday. Richard ll. Parker, grand high priest, j»resented his anmia! n*|s>ii. Grand Secretary Fox re-ported a t«*tal ii«*nil#*rship of Ift.tWB, l*eing an mercase of    S*s*i--*tarv Runs jirescnted his rejs»rt, which vxas referred to the ccm-mittec <ni finances. The committee# xx»*re then Hp|*oiut<sl. In the afternoon a grand ***auM'il *>f high |*n**#ts was duly *svnvene<| and Hie order of high priesthood conferred nj# *ii forty candela tea I ^tst exeiiing R. E. George McGown, the grand lecturer, o**cu-pie.1 the *iriental chair, and with the assistance of officer# selected from Temple Oiapter No. '-.‘42 exeiujilifksl the M. M. M. degree. rapt. Boyd Released. Obwteoo, N Y., Feb. 5.- Tile jury in the cast* of Cajd. Boyd, (‘barged with manslaughter. iii causing Uh* death **f U>renw» Have# of I .it t Ie Fall# during a I aim sun fracas iii which Boyd sin*t Hayes, returiMsl a verdict of not guilty. TIm* defence was justifiable homicide. The verdict wa# loudly applaud.*.I by th.*** present, who j*n*ssed aliout Cajit. Boyd and extern!*#] their *s*ngratulat i>hik THEY CALL AN IMMENSE MASS MEETING IN MADRID. WORLD’S FAIR COMMITTEE. The senate KIU to he Reported With Nineteen Name* Added. Albany, Feb. ft.—The committee on worki's fair legislation met yesterday in the senate chandler yesterday at 3 o'clock to hear argument# for and against the world'# fair bill as origitffilly j*re#ente*l. The only sjieaker was Senator Saxton, who asked that amendments l*e inserted so that the committee to I#* named by the bill would lie limited to a certain section, and that argument# and suit# could lie brought into court. He thought that aiiM*n*i-meiits to Uiis effect would lietter j*rotect jiroje erty holder#, and would not hurt the bill. There ajqs-nring no other peojde to sjirak, the committee xvcnt into executive session. The committee was iii session for over two hours, aud from what con 1*1 lie Darned the discussion was mostly u|***n the constitutional character of tile hill and then it turned tijxou the qu**stio«» of the additional names. Tile I>enioorat# allow*#] all sujqs**»sl to lie “mug-xxuinjis" Ui be stricken out. but would not agive to the additional names. An adjoiirti-iiM ut xx as taken until 8 o’clock. The * < uiiinitt*#* r**<-onvents I in S**nator Brown's r*s*:n at The Kenmore at 8 o’clock. There xx as a long and stormy Session, but at ll o'cl*s-k it was announced tliat the Kejnile beans had agreed to rvj*>rt the bill w itll the nineteen name# added, as suggested by the conference <*ommitte#. Tlgy had stricken out the name of Hiram Hitchcock and jait in the name of Theodore Myers. They had also agreed not to let the commission have any I tower over land south «*f Eightieth «tr**et. The bill is to Ie* a sjiecial onier diirctly after the rending of the j«>iinial this morning ami, it is -aid, will Im* jessed. Nix fhil«lr**n Die of Diphtheria. New in ho, N. Y.. Feb. 5.—Tim#* children in tile family of Janie# Loekwo*Ml, on Carter -treet. this city, were lamed at one time Monday. ail having died from diphtheria, and three children are dead in a family named Grace, residing at Coldenham. they liaving su*x*unib#il to the same fatal disease. Not Out of a Job Lone, Albany, Feb. ft.—William Shanahan, a •on of ex-Suj*crinte,a<k*iit-of-Public- Works Shanahan, was removed from his clerkship in the office of public works by Sujieriiiteu-Jent Hannon ami was immediately given another posithmi by Comptroller Wimple. A Cfhbratio# of th# AtxUratlon of King A ut sd* a*—A >1 aor hi* star Hook Cask tar Disappear* With £ IO.(KHI— Trial of the KUhop of l.inrolo*»>(««»rmi*ii i a* Intl Irs Adv!***! to Op|HM» buriali«Mi. DOK DOK, Feb. ft.—TIm* fixsjuent stateiiM*nt« •witnut fr*Hii Madrid to Uh* etfts*t that Uh* Hejiublicati element in S|iamsh js iii tics is an insignificant quantity, aiel that th** u|*athv of the in:*ss;*s has dis*sHirge«l tin* leaders to tile extent of causing them tx* algodon thoir cf forts to bring nUmt a demonstration, do ih^, iii aux rcs|*s“t exj»ress the tftith of ti** situation. A# a matter of fact Uh? Republicans (lave Us*ii utitlsualiy active of late and new sign- of increasing activity and cnthushisiii a re ut mer x abl** daily. This state of affairs ha* en. ourag**! the leaders to issue a call for an enormous'mas# meeting to Is* held in Madrid, Tues*luy, Fell. ll, the seventeenth anniversary *»f the u!Mticati.*n *if King Amadeus, Duke of Aosta, whose death ovuiml in Turin a few .laxs ago. TIm* jmrj1*^ of Hmx meeting is to celebrate the aUiicatioii of the Italian king of Sj*ain. as marking the tiegin-nmg of Hie short-lived and turbulent public XX iii(*h existed under the sway of Marshal Serrano, until Hie j»rxs*!amaikni of Alfonso XII as king. A CAMBIER DEE AMI*#. Cashier Hciltxai of tbeOkihain branch of the Union Gink of Manchester has diwxje j>ear**.l from Oldham sitnultaiieoiis with the di#nj>|M*araiH*e from the tiank of Eld,BOD. Heilton has lss*n tracxsl to Ux’erjiool, and it is mu|ip*min! tluit his intention is to eml*ark for America, if he (las not aliva*lv done so. Sir Francis de Winton had a long conference w ith the authorities at the colonial office yesterday concerning the state «*f affairs in Swaziland, lait with wh#t result is not yet kiioxvn. TRIAL or REV. EDWARD KINO. Tie* trial of Rt. Rev. Edward King, bishoj* of Lincoln, for allege I x elations of tin* estale bslesl ritual. ls*gaii al LimG tli jialace, the residciic** of the ai**lit)i-iio|i of Canterbury, yesterday. The opinion is g**n**rallv exj»ressed that th** trial will lie brief aud end in a ver-diet of acquittal. Th.* < Sservator# Romano, theoffb'ial organ of the Vatican, earnestly urge*# the Catholic x*lect**rs of Germany to *>{*j*.«e the K*#*ialisti** candidates in tile ooutiiig general election# for inetiilierH *»f the reichstag. A c* rn vent i< *n of Dutch, French and Belgian ti-hcrmen lias lieen call***! t** sit iii Brussels in June for the purjioae of exe«*riting a treaty defining the rights and privilgc# «*f cadi aud all to fish iii the river Moas. Ex-King Milan of Kervia ha# ann*ameed his intention to sjs*n*l the spring months in Belgrade. Death af th# Duke of Motitpensier. Madrid, Feb. ft.—Prince Autoin# Marie PhillqijM* I sui is d'Orlenns, (hike of Moutpeii-sicr. died suddenly at Kau Linear d'BarranH-1 yesterday. Ile xx a# in the <i**th year of his age. The Duke of Montjjensier was the fifth and youngest son of King Iziui# l'hillq»i*e of France, father in-law of tin* Comte de Paris and brother-in-law to exdjucen l.sals*lla of 8j*ain. S|*e« Ie Miolen on Mhipt*oar«l. Antwerp, Feb. ft.- Thc«lis**o\ery wa#made ujMHi the arrival of the steamship Im Plata, from Bueno# Ayres at this js*rt, yesterday, that $ 17<>,GA) worth **f sjiecie bond had D*eii ■told! from the purser's safe during the \’**y-age. The money was jiart of a large shije tneiit from the Argentino capital to Antwerp banks. War on the t alon. IxxNDON, Feb. ft.—Tile do«*k, wharf an*l ware house ow rn* rn of LoihIoii hax-e fomasi a union w itll the object of making war against the tyranny of the [kick laborers' union. Both sides are now thoroughly aroused and a general locknut or a general strike w ill jirvibablv billow this action. RULES FOR THE HOUSE. I he Committee Citable, a* Yet. to Agr**# I pen a Cod#. Wakhinotox, Feb. ft.—Tlw* committee on rules of the house held a short meeting yesterday and made some progress with the |>ro-jk>nc*! new code. It is c.xjiected that another meeting w ill tie held this morning and then it is jjossihk*. though hardly j»r*»bal»le, that a *s sit* may Is.* agreed nj sui and perfected in time to hand to the house to-day. Tile delay in rejsirtiiig a nexx e*sle of rules is not, it is thought, tiM*rely for Um* jmrjsise of disjs*sing of the election <*ases in the house, in advaiH*e of action on tin* ruU*s; but is due rather to the fact that tile Re|>ul»licaii nieiutiers of the committee and Republicans of the house generally do not agree cai one imjiortant jioint— the manner of the announcement of a x Lsible qu* UTI m. lS*niK* Republican# who l***liex-o that a <ju*>-ruiii attendance is a constitutional quorum also ls*b**ve that Hie new *t#le should emlssly a rule giving the sjieaker authority to un-nounce tliat a quorum is preaent when a majority of Hie meml»ers are present, xx lief her they all vote or not. S|*eaker IUhsI. it is understood, holds that he lias, under the comti-tutioii, the authority to do this; aud that no ruk* authorizing it is needed iii Um* new rode. He is said to think that engrafting such a code w«Hild r»*ll****t on the em Tartness of his rulings during Hie jxast week in the absence of a code. R«q*tiblic«ii- xxh*» differ with him, OU the Other baud, hold I hat w hile the sjieaker lias the right to count an*I announce a quorum as ]*n*s**nt when there are a majority of the inenil#*rs in th«*ir scats iii the hall, whether voting or not, yet Much authority should Is* embraced iii the code. This difference will soon Is* adjusted. It is exjMcted, and the new code r*qs*rt<*d and adoj*t«sl. tinltrnburt Rh##*. Gi TTENBt'RO, Feb. ft.—First race yesterday, selling, % mile: Gold Fish first, King Idier aecood, Miller third; time, I Sts*, a id race, selling, I mile; Stephana* first, Harwood secoinl. Mamie Hay third; no time tak p T ^rd race, selbigt. I mile: Ranker first, Hot Hootch second, Tyrone third; time. 1:54. Fourth race, selling, ft*^ furlongs: Marsliall Luke first. Zulu second, Herman third; Hum*, 1:27*4. Fifth race. % mile: Sh*Mover first, Clatter rfsssMHi, K< Kinta iii thin!; time, 1:0*. Sixth race. % mile: My Own first, Arizona second, Melodrama third; time, 1:41. A Kepi! bliest) Ca tic ii*. Warrington, Feb. ft.—a caum of Re-I rn bi (cai i re]>r»*#eiitat ive# is called for benight to dmu* a line of j»rocedure in reganl to the remaining 'saltest*#! election cases, and to decide (Hi a plan to l«e jnirsued when the new code of rule** is rejs*i ted to the bou*e. f ound Guilty of Murder. Red Bank. N. J., Feb. ft.—A. Asher wa# yesterday found guilty of murder in the first Vegree for the murder of Edward Daggett. Sentence will be jtrunoujiced to-day. LAST DAY’S SESSION Of th# Presbyterian Revision Con ft* re nee. Amendments Adopted, New York, Feb. ft.—Yesterday'* sealion, til# last of th# New York Presbytery on th# discussion *>f Hie confession «*f fa nil. w as m*t well attended. Most of Hie members had l**ft for h*»me. Tile revisionists ha*l little mon# to gain and the anti revisionist* hail (tut little to lose by lienig a!*#eut. Rev. Erdtitie White offetxwf as ail amendment to Hm* first section of Um* first (si mg mph Of til# **vert*ira to the general assembly: ' The Proabytery of New York res{*e**tfiilly overtures tis* general asmffuhly to lux ite th# co-ojM'ration of the Presbyterian and Reformed church.-s of America and of Great Britain aud I retain! in formulating a short, #iiii|*k* creed, couched as tai' as may la* iii Scrijiture language, and coutaiuiiig all Hie essential and tM3c**s.-#try articles of Hr* West-ruinst**r confession.” lh*. Scliaff offensl as an amendment so as U> read. “The allnnc# of ti#: Presbyterian churches of the w«*rld.’’ Dr. Whit** a'-eept* d the ameudin«>nt. A vote was then taken on tin* amendment off tm I bv Rev. lh-. White Mini it was jwtssed. The second portion of the first paragraph w/is tlien taken up and passed. I lie last | st rag rap! i of th# overture was then taken up aud read Dr. Hall said he h«»p**d G<»d xx(in 1*1 r**#cue the Pi *-bx’ter> from embarrassment. He said u xx a- stat.#! time and again that themisKinnarie- ia India can-iM»t bring the inhabitant*, to <#>tnj>rebcnd the confession. “I do not wouder,” said, “that the inhabitants cannot Is* mu ie to understand when our own pcojile U«»ie aiv so mixed (Hi the subject.” The j*aragra{>h xx hi Ii reads as follows was adoj (ted: “We ls*Iiere that then* i# a demand for such a creed, not ohm sulistitute for our confession, but only to summarize and supplement it for Hie work of the church. We wox Id and we must retain our standards, which we have as our family inheritance, and as the safeguard of our ministry and our inst itutioo*. But a brief and «#)iiipn*heiisixe or.##! at once interpreting those standards would !<e weloHXied by our churches as most helpful and lieiieficieut for the expiation of what we ha va meant through all these year# by “the system of doctrine# taught in the Holy H**rij*tures. We vxant no nexx doctrine# but only a statement of the old doctrine# mad# in the light allo in the spirit of our present Christ inn actix ities, of our high prixileges and »»ur large obligations; a statement in xx bidi the l*»x e of G.si, w hich is in Christ Jesus, our Lord,'hall Is* central and dominant.” 'l’he v«»U* was then taken on the ox*erture as a whole, aud it was |*a.s.st#J alnnot uiiani-moiLsly. Prayer wus offered by Dr. Hall, and the I*mg discussion of the confess*ion wa# over. SUPREME COURT BANQUET. An Old I'ablGlier D«*#d, York. Pa., F>b. ft.—Oliver Struck, aged 72 years, pub! idler of The Democrat-Pres# ai thi# city, aud on# of the oldest n#wspaj**r men in the state, died late Monday night of , la gripj**. A Kitting Wind up to th# C#nteitiiial 1'#l#bratb>n at N#w York. Nexx- York, Fell. ft.—Th** banquet in *#ni- neeti<rn with the celebration of Hie sujiivme court centenary t*#»k j*1h**h at th# Is*n«>x Lyceum lad evening. Chairman Janus Carter of tile entertainment committee pn*-sidxsl at Hm* |irinci)*al table, where wera s**ate*l Chief Justi«*e Fuller and ass*s*iat«*s of the supreme *#>urt. ex-1 'resident Ck*xeland, Matthew Hale, president of th** Stat# Bar association; ex Judge Arnoux, C. M. D**js*w, Rev. W. It. Huntington, William Allen Butler. F. R. Coudert, Senator Evarts, Mayor Grant, Prenident L»w of Cnlunihia *#*ll**g>* and Chief Justice Pax son of PHtiuiylvania. At the other tables sat Hie state supreme *#Hirt judge#. Chancellor McGill of New Jersey and many others. Rev. William Taylor op*n*#l the |ir*#s*ed-mgs with prayer. After Hm* ItaiHjuet toasts were resj*oiHh#l to hy Justice Harlan, S*na-tor F7vHrts, Chief Ju-ti*#* Pax soli, Hon. Walter Hill of Georgia, C. M. Ik*js*w, S**th Lux , iV. R. Huntington an*l others. Chief Justice Paxsou, iii his address, said the court#of the future will hax-e j»leuty of work to do. Then* are grave quastioii# 1**-fiu-e us. There are disturbing elements at work in our society. There is a heavy ground swell under an ajqwrently smooth surface. Tiler*: is an irrepressible conflict lietween labor and **apital, w ith the Anarchists' (ninth throwrn. The legislatun#* have been very lils*ral towar*ls trusts, lait the judiciary al«*ne can grapj*le with th# #eriou# question# arising out of th**#** and like coaipllcatiotts. A*tjt. Gen. Kelton's Report. Wasiiincton, F'«*h. ft. The r**js>rt of Adjt. Gail. Kelton iqsin the militia f**r**e of the United State# ha# l#vn sent t*» the senate. It shows the #t,-e*igth of the militia of tin* states to consist af 7,1137 damni-winned officers, 31,-3731 enlist*#! men and 7. “,s'.Rc> men not organized, but available for military duty; of tie* territories. 214 offkers, 2,‘KY» men ami btl ,*»7;j available#; of tile District of Columbia. 141 officers, 1,154.'! men and 42,«t*> available#, making n grand t«*tal for the United States of 8,063 officers, RR.2M0 men and 7,352,171 available^. S**vt*ral of the states either have no regular rnihtia <*r have made no rejsirt to the adjutant general. Aim*#:. *h*jse states are Arkansas, Fku-M-i, Smith Dakota and Wallington. N«*xv Y**rk is the banner militia state, xx itll 74!! (sHiuni—ionod ofHcora, Id,477! men ami 1150,1 ital avaikth! C♦•)»**# from the Queen. Washi.voton. Feb. ft —Til** bdlowing message of comic lew** wa# re**»*i v*\l liy Secretary Tracy last evening: ‘V-'j >nNr. Feb I. To tfae Frill Ii Mincier. XVmOtPi I n: The q«H* ii <1 < t*I* ileplor# c limilv to Mr. Tracy's family inquires after bim anil survivor#.    Pos-*    KUT. To this S*#*retary Tracy sent ihe follow-jug reply:    ‘ Mr Tracy hep# the British minlsfer to rrmvey to her majesty hi# sincere thanks for her gracious RMMMkge **f #ympathy ani bi repy to lier kind Inquiry say tint the nunrivin; daughter and icruiut .aachter are out of danger. Afraid of a Jury Trlsl. Chicago^ F«b- ft—It is i-**j**rt<#l that John F. Graham, chief defendant in Uh* Cronin jury bribing conspiracy cases, ha# gone to Mexico. His attorney says that if the re|x*rt istriie.it is beearn#* of Graham’# fear of a jury trial. He will file two motions to-«lay, one fin- a changa of venue from Hie county, and one. in case the first is refuse*!, to #ule mit the case to trial by a judge instead of a jury.    _ To Revise lh# Const It niton. Afjrany, Feb. ft.—Tile mih-committoe of the State Bar aawK'intion met iii th** attorney general's office yesterday and presented the draft of a lull to (Teat# a non-partisan commission, which shall tie ajqsiintcd bx Hie governor. bi revise th** judiciary article of the constitution so tliat relief may be afforded the over-crowded supreme court and the court of apjiOaK The ♦ oDireil 'ten’s Convention. Wash iv .ton, Fell ft.—Th# colored convention yesterday elected lev. C. J. Price of Norih Ca roil'ta \ crinanent chairman. Me-DHiriaD favoring the Blair loll ami tlianking Mena tor Ingalls f**r his raceut sjiets*b were UiuktOiUai a ad referred. A (HUST OF ACCIDENTS. FIVE DRONERS INJURED IN AWRECK, 1MREE FATALLY. A Wildcat Train Run Down by a Fruit T**l»—A Holler Kx pl mil on af Fhila-delphla Results iu th# Nerlnus Injury of Five Ben—Natural Ga# Hlow-tJ* at DuHuesn#, l*a. Kankkkee, III , Fell ft.—Five person* were I md Iv injtirxsl, tin-## of them jMWMibly fatally, by a wreck n**ai Peotone on the Illinois Central road yesterday morn mg. The fruit ex-pn>« crashed into the calloo## of a wild train. The latter ha.I lieeu made uj> at Kankakee of stock ami men hand is#, and left for Chicago at I:IO o'clock Tim fruit exprea# followed five minutes kiter. The morning wan very biggy and when a mile    this    si*le of    Peotone    th# engineer of the wiki train reduced hit* rate of *j**ed and the fruit train, being close tiebind, struck Hie ca Uh me, overturning Hie st»>ve,    which    set fire    bi    the car.    The ca I (cone and    one    car of    merchandise    were dent my e« L    Five    *1 rover#    in    the car    were tautly injured, their nanus* being:    Hiram Goodwin of Kankakee, l**»tb leg# hn*ken anil injurtsl internally, condition critical; Al Knisoii of Sheldon, 111., leg broken and lower limbs jmraiyzed; Mr. Christen* of Sheldon, injured internally; Mr Isley of Gilman, 111., injured internally; a drover from Sheldon, badly injured. BOILER EXPLOSION. Live Men Rattly Heabled at Philadelphia, Non# Kalallv. Philadelphia, Feb. ft,—Th#expkiskm of a I IO der on the fourth floor of the Edison Ele**-tric Liglit (sHiijNXiiy's building, IHS Sansom str»#*t, result*#I iii scalding aud otherwise injuring fixe num. Investigation shows that the head of the boiler ha*l blown out aud those who st***#! near it were more «>1* Ie-.** scald*#! The injured arere removed to a hospital. Their Hamel* are as follow#; William Ik#itll, ( Imii**# Herron, John Bushel!, James A bliny of 107 Silencer street, Bmok-lyn. William Herron. Chark*# Herron and B*#*th were severely scalded aliout their face# and hands. Bushed received a contusion <if the right wrist by falling fr**rn the toji of the l#»iler and was alwi slightly scald*#!. A birny mid William Herron were not imdty injured by the steam, but the former r*#*eixed a contusion of the l**ft #i*le by lieiiig thrown against some ole ject tty the force of the explosion. Thus far it is not known what caused the exjikmiou, but an iiiv«*#tigatioii will lie made. Natural Ga# K.*plo«l«-s. Ptttsbi r*j, F**b. ft.—At Bl;;i0 o’clork last night the jsiliee department wa# no!ilk#! that an exjilosion had *#*eurn#i at the Duquesne Hteel works aud that eight or ten injured men w'ere coming in on tlu? Pittsburg, Virginia and Cliarlest*ai railroad, due at 10:41) p. rn., to Is* taken to the bosjiitals. Tile hospitals were similarly notified aiel their a nit hi la ii* **# were sent to the station t*i receive the victims. The only |*as#«*«ger that alight*#! from the train was John Burk, one of Hie injured men. From him it xvns learned that an ex-plo#i<m *»f natural gas had *##*urr«#i at the steel w'orks at Duquesne. Frank Bolton, night xujierinteintent, was j>rol*ab|y fatally burned, as was also a lalsirer who caused tile expktsion by currying an exj#*se*l light into the casting pit. Burk xvhs seriously injur*#!. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. The World# Fair Hill Referred to a Kpeelal Coni rn It I##. Albany, Feb. ft—In the senate yesterday after the rending of the journal Mr. Ka*#ett moved to take from the table the world’s fair bill ami refer it to the s|*t*cial committee on the world's fair for amendment. The motion xxas adopt*# I. in Hie amenably Mr. Town#’# hill was pamd, amending the isxle of civil jh#ss#lure relating to motions fur a new trial covering **a#i*s tirougtit als*ut by judges of til** supreme court lieing taken to form a second division of the court of apjs*alH. Ohio    ions. COLtTfUm, ()., Fell. ft.—At Hie sjiecial dee tion held yesterday for refireaentatix-e in (hi# (Franklin) county, to fill Hie vacancy occasion cd by the death of Hon. John B. I a xx lei*. Ibm. A. D. Heffner, Ihunocrnt, wa# elected <»v**r William Hheppard. Ail but three precinct* give Heffner a majority, which will t*e in creased to 4,200 by full returns. Private telegrams from Brown and Clermont counties say that in that senatorial district at the sjiecial election to ch***## th** succewior of Senator Ashburn, who <ii*#iJ, Hon. J<An M. Pattison, DcnHM iat. wa# eleeb#! over Gottlieb Bamhach, Jr., by I,OUI) majority, carrying Brown by I,(MIO and Glenmont by HHH. Runner# at New Orleans New Orleans, Feb. ft.- First ra<*e yester day, % mile: John Mon is first, Rosa Pearl wecoiid. Hollywood third; time, 1:17. He*#*nd race, selling, sjJ mile:    Barney L#* aud Hardy ran a deml heat, Marchburii third; time, Ht'q. The run-**!? wa# won by Barney 1a#*; time, I AKI. Third race, selling, 0-lfi mile; Friendless first. Vatted second, Germanic third; time, F«airth ra*#*, handicap, I mile: Panama first, Hurry Ireland second, Churchill Clark t bird; time, 1:4ft. Th# Emperor Dine# With Hlnnarrh. BEHLIN, Feb. ft.—The kaiser was tlw* guest of Prim#* Bismarck last evening at a dinner given «*s|N# iullv in the emperor'* honor. The enqieror gave his arm to Priii*#*ss Bismarck and k#l Imt to the dining hall, where he silt at her left and ojijMsxitc tlw* chancellor, with whom he conversed affably. Th** emjieror severul tiiiM*s took wine with th** <*haiH#:*llcr and Hm* juan*#*##. After the dinner Prim*# Bismarck remained Mated, at the enijM*n*r's r># j nest. ais I the two sn toke* I j*ij*es and in-dulg*#l in general conversation. V.loper# Marrle«l. Oswtcoo, N. Y., Feb. ft.- Miss Alk* Gilieon nn*l Dr Maguire, an ekq»ing coujde from Gloucester, Mass., wert* married here yesterday. Detectives who were following the (sajple were given the sliji aiwl went on to Rochester, the eloping conj*!# having jmr-< has»#l ticket# at Roiih*. N Y., f«»r that city. The young lady’# jm rents strongly ob j*#-ted to the match. GUm Prl### to Advanr#. PrrrsBi »«, Feb. ft.—A conventical of western window glass niaimfacturers was beld in this city yesterday. It was derided to advance the price ft and IO ('enta on single and double k*ts respectively. The prospect* are tliat jh-ice* will be further advanced in a short time The market is good, w hile the ►took i# small Andrew# C«»nvtet#d. BEi.i.Er.>NTE, Pa., Feb ft —Alfred Andrew# was yesterday fouiMl guilty of murder in the first degree for the killing of Clara Prien, near Karthaus, last November. It may 1>r wifely said that our upw arui elegant stock ol KnihroidericH was never px-cplled in Dunkirk. We have them all ready, and not a piece remains from our formerstockn. This gives you tin* hest advantage offered you anywhere in this all important line of tine and sensible designs and choicest patterns of Kin broideries and Inserting*. Allovers and hemstitched, with neat tucking combined, in all making a most desirable seine* tion. lf INB Ii ACKS FOH PA HTY TSS, Shoulder lengths of tine silk Jersey Mitts, choice in tints. I lid fessed Mo*»si|ue-taire Kid Gloves, in black, drab, tans, browns and grays. All sizes, with newest fancy stitched backs,neat and stylish. The prices are only 95c and $1.20 |m*i pair. The latter equal to eight buttons. A full assortment of the Celebrated I*. Centenier! Kid Gloves in all the desirable shades can I»t* found among our lyg line. Beautiful fancy Hitching. Ladies’ tine Corsets. The C. I*. Corset for fine wear is the favorite corset. The handsomest Face Veiling; the newest and most stylish iii tilt* market can be found here. Madonna Cotton and Harbours genuine Irish Flax Thread for lace work. Ladies’ tine Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. KUIK STORE. BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING rn Tinct mc: snits! $25 REGULAR PRICE $30. BUSINESS SUITS I $18 AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. $3.75 and UPWARD. Them privet good until Feb'JI. I?»£/'. E. A. SALYER, TSH 4F.NTKAL AV FN IK. LADIES! If you want an easy and comfort nl»lc shoe, with a heavy sole. one that will keep your feet dry am! warm, get a pair of D. Arrtmlrong A Co’s Hand Welt, common sc.mc ah OCH. They will pleaae you. - SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. ;