Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 10, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 10, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK. N. Y, MONDAY, FEBRUARY IO, 1890. I NO. 0. B uEEHESENTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RILING MACHINE for ruling • ll kinds of lilsnkH it fin* !»W*wt s*nl»tiou lo tin- MivtiauiRtl Depart menl of Dunkirk Printing Company. a LEXANDRK’N Coal and Wood Yard, TW Caotral Avenue, oupoaiW* Nickel Plat* 9«|iOi All grade* of llwl and Soil O*1. W * d} Lamber, shingle* and 1-atto. Et** ieuv    Cor    re**|    h,    i,.    nu    ce    for    wholesale    Iola solicited. ALEX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, line ( and Steam Fitter. Special attention git ell to Sanitary Plumbing, hstiinatea given on Plumbing, lias Fitting, Steam Heating aud Hot Air Furnaces, ti IL Third atreeu II K. (A I FTO RD, 2*CI and 225 Central Are. ll. Artistic Photographer. InstantAiieou* Photographs of Habieis a specialty. Hitlers need not wait for annulli ue except for us hies. HIH IR BINDERY—J am rh Irving, Proprietor, No. 16 K. second street, near it of* fain street, Dunkirk. hi. Y. Magazines, Music, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed Bi rcher1* ( rockkkv house, Stw Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in lm,*orted and Domestic China, Glassware, An. CIHAK ti. Ii ARK IK 2-1 Central Ave. Uen-/ era! insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. Before traveling insure your He in the old reliable "Travelers’.” Heat Estate Ageuh Loans negotiate.I on property. (V HAUT Ally ll A HOTEL j    Hates, $1 |H?r day. Livery and Boarding stable in connection. Victor Hider, 835 and SS* Lion street. |!T¥ HARBER SHOP j    Cha*.    Nagle, Prop.. nder Lake Whore National Rank, corner enter and Third streets. A hue stock of oreign aud Domestic cigars. VON HULIN A HON, j    JO*    center street, Practical borse-shoers. Particular attention aid lo interfering horses, shoeing of road i x trotting horses a specialty. |t MtlKK EVENING OBSERVER. Largest l»ai!y In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. I sl'NKIRK ENtilNEEKINCi COMPANY. [)    Formerly    Wellew    A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, hafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, lastings, and Machine Work loonier. I i UN Kl RK HH I RT CO.. FIS, *ft and FIT LF Center street, Manufacturers of the Cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - llttiug mss Shirts. Ou sale in all trailing furnishing, tothing aud dry goods houses iii Dunkirk. F. TOOMEY, ) ,L '    CK    and 436 Lion street, Dealer in Flour, Feed, alc Baled Hay. Phos- IM UMI. OIC. Established, 1*77. 3 KIE HOTEL ami Dining Saloon, Unto* Ti De (Hit. Easy acorns to all trains sud basest. houses. Best aeoommoiiaUons for Co inert-la I Travelers.    „ John J. Murphy, Prop. .X II LEK* A (NL. \    ti7    suit HW E Third streeU Fin* Furniture, Cabinet Ware ami Up* natering. Picture Frames matte loonier. ^ D. MATTESON A CO., 301 Central Ava., Bedels of Fashion anil Gentlemen Oiilltlters. | ARELL STEAM HEATING CCL, anufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. | OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Flue    Starts,    10c; Collars, ; Cuds, 4c, ami Lace Curtains. Free Detiv-•y. A W. Cummings, 207 Center street I. K. OEHM. E. Third at., cor. of Buffalo mufacturer aud dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes. I EN RY WEILER** NEW STORE, I UCI K. Third at. Books, HUtionery, Musical ln-ruinetiG,Magastnes,Daily aud Weekly Lapels, id everythicg pertaining to a first class book ira. achoo, Books a specialty. OH PRINTING of every description aud at lowest living rates by Dunkirk PriuUng Company, 8 and IO K. Second SL| H. VAN HIT REN A NON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insurant. Deal-s in Heal Estate and i .inns. Particular leu Lon paid Ut the care of limper! y col leo t-g rents Ac.. 41# Center sh, iud door. | O* KOE’* PHARMACY. 300 Central Avenue ‘•Aquarter* for Wall Paper Psi nu. Oils, Ac. {ERKINS, J. W.. •NM Center street. Manufacturer amt dealer in ll vi ne**. Waddles, tdies. Collars, Trunks,W h.ps. Buffalo Kobes, »rse Oovera.Gloves.MiUeusand sleigh Robes. .UNHUNG. T. W. Murray. S87 Lion si reek special!)* made of Sanitary Plumbing, rn and Gas FitLng. Workmanship guur- R’HOLTKN, * .    17    East Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentieiuen will find It to their advantage to cad on me before pun basing elsewhere. PIL CAKY A CO.. .    333 Lion street General Bani ware, White I .ead,Oils, Pa inter’* Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite W are. A specialty;©/Sherwm William* Pa ntaml Monroe range. UU1.ING. such as blank-liooks, ledgers, and , ail kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, ti and IO K. Second HL Rudolph MOLDENHAUER, Cor. Thinl and Buffalo St*., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building MLHic. Call on me before buying your wife-walk.    _    _ RISLEY A CO., 7 ami 9 Ka*! Fmnt atreeL Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liq nor Store for Family Use. HERT M’KAf, Lion street, near the depot triling, Hale. Fe* and Livery Stable. mg by Uie day or week on reasonable D, J. W„ 134 Center street erin Musical Instrument* and Sewing ne*. W'e make a specialty of drat claw of Pianos and Farrand A Voter Organa. J. GIFFORD, 901 Central Ave. (Up airs), General Insurance sad Heal Estate Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock nice. Prom pt attention giv bb to buying lUng Beal Estate JUNEK 75 R. Third at, cor. I>eer. daior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and si Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and R. T. HOLPH, M. IL, Physician and Surgeon, oft! re over Lynn’s Drug Store. Hesidene**, ( entral Avenue. Telephone No. p. Calls may be left at I yon’*. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT WANTED —An active man on Lilwril Salary to pertinent!) represent an Asm*, i at ion incorporated hi fcupiJy.st co-operative pdces.grnend men modi ,e a-id mil kind, of attn irs for home and family use. in ta, h smalt city, town, Milage and rural district NO,IMM) mom lier*. Paid up 1 ertifkates •KNl.iMN) in ( aah. ( ie lit well ratrd Reference* eichangrd. Empire Co-operative Av sanation (Lock Box too), N. V. J AI I - MI V W int* I rn ..I    I Traveling Big Pav. stead* Work, spick Warranted Gun k Seiling H|»ocitiUic*. outfit Free E\|tertem-e Cnnei-esnai y -I AltK. WHIT HBY, N ut »> Ullin, Him-lit'vier, N. Y. s A MI. KT IXG OF LABORERS. TWENTY THOUSAND GATHER AT TOWER HILL, LONDON. SI ODDA KT A CO., Patent Atbirnevs RIA 7tli St, Washington, ll C-,opp IT s. Patent Office Patent*, Caveat* ami He I-sue* secured. Trade Marks regirteted All Patent butanes* conducted tor fielder ate Fee*. In forma ti* hi Advice aud special reference* sent on request ii |‘OSA LA KY, *4'» EX PEN.HEH IN A D- v' B " VANCE, allo wert each month. steady ernplovment at home <>r traveling. No soliciting. Duties delivering a mi making collect am*. No Postal (jenls. Address with stamp. IIAKKK A CO., Piqua, ohio. I wish to emphiy a few I a *1 ors on salary to take charge of my business at their homes. Light, very fascinating ami iiealtiiful. Wages HO per week. Reference given. Good pay for part lune. Address with st imp. kl Ka. Marion Walk KR, LiMiis* die ky. IMI la ftfaiM A MONTH can lie made /*IW Kl wMl.WI wurkinj! fof us prr„onit ,,rc. f cr red who can furnish a horse and give tlieir whole time to the busine •>«. Spare moment* may Ik* profitably employsd also. A few vacant lev in tow n* and cities K. F. JOHNSON A CO., ic*»» Main St, Richmond, Va. lur Knit or Sale. House corner Begoud ami Dove streets Newly fitted up amt in fine condition, vs ill sell on ease terms. Enquire at the office of Martiu Heater Co. ThexMbrmon Elders' Book ■ OB IWX- sr r>-run fat. mailed the So marred •sot *<g£\* F. A Uroooh. M Grand St. Sew I or* SPHINIJ1890 WAIT FOR t I ■ D. MATTESON db CO’S FXS I J. 151 h. A full line oi all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought City. into this WAIT! Drunkenness Or Ute Liquor Habit, Positively Cure* tv AIMIRISTUUM MI. MIRES' MUIR IHC!DC. II cm Sa given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ae ticla* af lood. without the knowledge of the person taking it; It la absolutely harmless aud will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whethei the patient I* a moderate dr! aker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAILE. w* GUARANTEE k complete cure lu every instance. 43 page boot Address in con Aden ~e, SPECIFIC CO.. 186 Bac * St.. Cincinnati. <► EBK. C. C. PEN-FOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 34*4 MAIN HT.. RUFFALO, N. V. DEALER IN nm vss ai nut Clocks, Silverware, leather UkkkIs, Etc. Urged by Hen Til let and John Burns to Attempt a Com prom lee Before They IMrike — Anxiety of the Conservatives Over the Patrick Election — Km gator ti illluin'* Huriallsttr Srhesir. Ig>NDON, Feb. IO—Twenty thousand dock lalioten* met yesterday on Tower Hill and listeiMsl to a numtier of speecbHs by |>ngui-u»*rit laUir leo lie re ou the mibject of the IMO-<ibh* renew al of the great d**'kiiH*if s strike. The well4tm»wn agitator, Tillet. in his »d-drres, alh-Ktsi that the etnpl**yere have linen duikiitg the full performance of their part of flu agreement upon which the settlement of the great strike wa* lamed. The men seem Ut I** i*ager to strike, but are held in check by their leaden* for the present, in the hope that th** employer* may be in*lu<-e*l by pen* •cable argument to adopt a fairer course t*»ward the men. A renewal of the strike would Im a great I dm* lo the commercial interests of louhdon. I.IHKKM.S CYINKIDENT OF VIlTOHY. ITie [mr Ii amen tory eks’tion at Patrick tomorrow is |*Mike*l forward to with great in-terext Tin* voting is evjss'ted to lie cline. The odds have l»*eti in fav«»r*rf the Conservatives, but th** applet of atTaire seems to have changed somewhat within the j ast two or three «lays on account of the e.\traotilinary elf oil* put forth by the I.ils-tals, who have become arouse*! to the im|s»rtm>ce of gaining all the Scotch Malta |«issii»le. The I uiouists are not Is licMsi t*i lie doing th«*ir full share of work, ami the Conservatives are growing lese confident of auoeea*. The I.iis-ral managers rniuh- an error in the first jiart of the eitni|»aign h- attacking laird Salisbury’* Portuguese jsju-y, w hich is not so unp»»|'iilar among the nim men dal and religious elaaaaa as to warrant, making a iea*ling piint iii the canvass. This course has l«een corrected and greater strens put up«ai the lan*i reform ami l*s*al self government elauaes of the Uttered platfonn, ami the resvilt lias lieen highly i«at- i*factory to the Literal workers. THE YOUSO DI KE H ■HCAPADR. The iv* wm| ta j s*re here treat the Dm- d’Or-l«4ti>' escalade wholly in the ligiit of o|*ra bouffe, and do J tot admit that the episode eau have any polities! imjinrtance. The articles on the subject generally conclude, h*>w-ever, w ith the udmlaMon that no foreigner can tell wlint cffei*! any given aet of circumstances will have on the Frf*nch mind: and it is piintcil out that what the young pretender has done is not half so ridienlous as the motion of Louis Nop tieon im several otvaaitaw I a* fore he tin<Uly reached the rulership of Frnni-e, RUMORED RUSSIAN INTRIGUER. The Opinion* <»f ll*nile de*-lam*timt Kusaia b> intriguing against the interests of Italy in Abytednia and is seeking to obtain a harbor on the east African coast at which ships will lie lmiIt and other steiis taken to establish a basis of w arlike operations. Italian jealousness as to her highly prized African pwsew-iona is probably sufficient to aitnmt for this statement, as tiler* are no kiu»w u facts oil which it could be lamed. It is announced that Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria will shortly strengthen the government'* jtosition by creating a number of new firers. THE KAISER AR A SOCIALIST. Tile young kaiser has once more given Europe something to talk about. His re-acripts on the international labor questi*m has kept tongue* wagging in all languages f*q- <fays jm>l. and the opinions expressed are a> diverse as the nationalities. If the im-fierial SoiHalist ex fleeted all tile world to go into raptures over hi* propo—la he has Ivnui wofully mistaken. Even in Hennaiiy there has been no enthusiasm, despite the semi-ofH-cial assertions Pi the contrary. The working classes are skeptical a* to the practii’al advantages to lie gained by international eon-feretvcs, and would prefer to see the emperor put his U-autifiil thts»ries into prartire by allowing their trades unions pi fight matter* out w ith the employer* in free British and American fashion. If the kaiser would only tell hi* bureaucrats and pilicemen to «v*a*e their vexatious and often tyrannical interference ill industrial dis]>utes, questions which have worried ao-called staPvonen for generations would, it is urged, soon lie settled. German pditiciana generally are uncharitably enough disposed to thiuk the .grand rescript* are simply electioneering d(*lg»*> vsMnotesl in view of the new ivichstag eUs-tions on tile 20th inst, by Prince Bismarck iumI his y<smg master, forgetful that the same strategy was tried in 18H1 and fail**!, as it will probably fail now. The remark* of foreign critics are either coiil or altogether disrespectful. Here iii Euglaml the uewsftafier* have manage*I to drag iii the question of free trade, a* is their • -ust*mi iii most thing*, aud the kaiser is w arms I that unless Germany be prof tared to altamion ber present |*mtectionieI f*ilii*y his international lalsir plan* must fail. The mere fa*-t that the United States has not even leeu invited Pi join in the lalstr conf creme is t«i British criUre sullicieiit to damp it beforehand. In Austria tin* critics are ftolitcly skepti'-aL In Bussia the imf*erial ref*inner'* scheme i* openly and loudly ridiculed, and in France, aa might have liven expected, there is an almost universal h«wvl of derision. **tVe will not," says la I an ten ie. echoing in this matter the opinion of nine Ficnchmeii lait of ten, “jsm-e pi jsiiiit oui the imjei tiueiMS- of t he pre*aiiii}»-tion put forth by the German eni|»en»r Pi make u* Interfrtv in the a ttlement of Ger-nuin worldngmeti's interests, ami almve all, of himself interfering in the int* rest of Freooo workingmen. The i<b*a of Franca negotiating with (Germany on any matter! You ha*I I ett**r first l«*gin by restoring to us A Laie an*! Ia»rtaine. which you have ex-Pirteii. aivl the mi I liar* I* yon have Hl«*hed. Bow down liefer* Hie right* you ha\e trampled under bs it. ami then. js-rhaje. we May i**mdes«viid to coeaider the matter.*1 It is extremely «t*oil»tfit! whether the con-fereme will ever meet. Austria ami Italy might semi delegat«*s til onlcr P* please their |iowerful ally, lait, curiody enomrh. liiey have md bivn askist. Switzerland lias a I really convened * taler eonfereive P* meet on May 5, and the prwhlent of the (**rif«slera-li(»u informed y*»ur Beme corresjiondent yea-ten lay that if the ftsleral ctHincil take* his advice they will not withdraw their invita-tfooR. President Garnet dare not accept tin* kaiaer'a invitatirei in the present state (if popular opini«>n. The czar think* the working churrs are already pampered to a dangerous <b*gree an* I has a large and hearty contempt for imperial or any other kind of social ism Hug la lid aovpted the Hw is* invitation. tint in such a half-hearted maimer, and with anoli important reservation* that the goveriuuent is to be qiiBKtioiMsl ami de-nounttsl in fiarliamenL THE AMERICAN W AH TOO MUCH FOH HIM. Dr. Ttkomas Door Crosby (aught a tartar when be brought aUmt the arrest of Jerome Hopkins for lilad in sending him abusive poetry on poMal card*, bteMR* Crorfiy refused to p«v hi* sui wen pf ion to one of Hop-kin*' (vxicert*. Hopkins wa* tried at the OUI bailey Imf.ire a jur)‘ Friday ami th*sigh he EXG RA VISO, GOLD ^ SIL VER PLA TISO HEK JKWKLKY, AC. iv the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a    . rank FThtapf. «« K. Third at mocker. Merchant Tailor. ne Centra! Avenue A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 304 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroq not* Botel. waa found guilty and compelled to euter Into his own rei'ognizanres in £100 and to And one surety in Lob to keep the lienee, ha had fun enough with Dr. C'roeby to compensate all his trouble*. Hopkins ad* I leased tbs jury for twobours keeping them, the judge, spectator*, aud even Dr. fro* by1* counsel in a continuous rear of laughter, while the doctor himself w rithed in his chair, atul doubtless wished from tile bot Porn of hi* heart that he had paid hi* guinea w hen his tormentor had a>ked him for it. It wa* such a scene as the C»ld Bailey never witnessed before, and when the case wa* concluded a throng of bewigged English barristers crowded about the American musician, offered their congratulations and advised him to give up music aud devote himself to the lair. THEIR MOi RHINO PERIOD OVER Tile Austrian curt has gone out of mourning for the late Prince Kudolpb. ami tile emperor let* given {jet mission for full resumption of social festivities. MILAX ON A RENDER. King Milan h i- Ijeen on a wild carouse at Monte ('ai lo. He ba* l«*it 9UU.0U0 francs at the gaining table*, and lias lieeu mean enough. aisHatling P> current re|*»rt. to send • his friend Count Milewaki to Bt'legrade, to the horror of (Jueeo Nathalie, hi* divorced • and greatly wreuged wife. to obtain lier in-! Aurure with the government in order to get ( a large -urn from the Servian treasury. The existence of a {dot to dethrone Brince ! Foniinand. ami if necessary to cut Lls throat, J bus lieen fully J*rovcd. Some of tile most trusted civil anil military officers are implicated, aid the (saintry is in a state of semi* | |rnnic. The plot is of Russian manufacture I ley oud a doubt, and the prime mover Ila* lieen the cxarY minister at BtHHhareat. Ferdinand is safe for the present, but the affair ti an unset the pmniadng inst rim*.nial neg*v Hatton* which were pr**st»ding in the young mao * lielialf. A MONUMENT TO DR AYER. In the studio of Alliert Broo* Joy, one of tht* foremost, of Englisii *rulpP*r*. is an un-| finish**! marble rf colossal size t fiat is dretined to oi nail lent th* Lowell cemetery ami mark tile grave of the late Dr. J. I*. Ayer. The idea of making an American Pun!intone of the British lion is that of young Ayer, w ho ordered tin* mouuiiRmt when iii Europe a I year ag**. Idle lion weighs five Phi*, ami the ; I ■«* b-t rd ti j ion which it I* to rest is four feet high and weigh* seven ti ais. According to 1 young Aver s ai-bes Mr. Joy has represented J the lion with his head liowed ujion folded {taws and a l**>k of melancholy pathos uj*m hi* face. which is turtled ujmju the ground below. Little Abraham Lincoln is slowly recovering Iii* health, but it was only this week that the physicians considered him otit of danger. He ha - had one or two rel«|i*»*s since he wa* brought tiHck from France, lait is stronger now than at any time before since his illness. Mr*. Kate Mary Madkiuough, sister of Mr. O'Brien, the late California millionaire, who ha* lived iii Lindon for the last ten or fifteen year*, and ha* lieen prominent Axially, died this week at her residence in Mayfair. John Douglas iVlille, the United States Ninsul at Bristol, aud author of tile novel “Canon Lucifer," piss I uced a melodrama at Colob*-der last wrek (ailed -In the Queen's Name." which the provincial critics prai-s# highly.    _ It ii ma Urge* a Delay. Tendon, Feb. IO.—At yesterday'* mass meeting of drek lalsirers, called for the purls sr of (smsidermg the question of a strike, John Burns, who suceessflilly managed the former strike, urged that tile men delay action until the Drekers’ union is strong enough to enforce a demand for an additional penny an hour, instead of striking now on a question of the employer’* lad faith. Burn*’ advice will doutitle** have great weight with the men.    _ A Steamer launched on Munday. Glasgow, Feb. IO.—The Hamburg-Ameri-•an company’s new steamer Nonnanma wa* launched yesterday at the yard* of the Imikters, Fairfield ft Co., at Go van. The launching was to have taken jilacv Saturday, lait a heavy fog prevented, and tile terms of the(smtract made further delay inqsMuble. The unusual sfs**tacle of a launt'hing on Sunday was w itnessed by immense crowds of people od both sides of the Clyde. Everything panned off satisfactorily. The vessel is | of H.fiUO pins Isii-den. She is SOO feet kaig and is arranged to acisimtmslate I,:J00 {*»*-sengeis. The Duke’* Defense. Barih, Feb. IO.—Counsel for the Duo J'Orleans will agree that the new recruiting law- abregaP** the clause of the expulsion act which fort side memlier* of tin* former royal families from entering the army, and that the iHic is therefore not liable to any ]s>nalty fre hi* action. A Put Up Job. London. Feb. IO.—The Daily Yew*1 Madrid K|»*-ial say*: Tile actum of the Due d'Oi leans was in accordance with plan*deckle*I upon at a family council at San Ltt<*ar lief«>re the Comp* de I'urissaik*! for America. FROM WASHINGTON. PROGRAM IN CONGRESS DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. file Gnat* Will Attempt ta Ilk|xiW of tho Ulair Ltlucatloual Hill and Will Consider the Admission of Idaho ami til* Kin lam Ina af Oklahoma Territory. Another Fight la the Kunia Washington, Feb. IO. —The senate will try to dittos* of the Blair educational bill during the present week. Mr Blair, who occupied the atta.r»ii"*ns af W»sIneelay aud Thursday last, will restiitie* his retttarks today and probably cunclnde them before the senate .vdjcurns. A oumleruf seiiaPnsi have dguificil th* ir intention of s{s.ukiiig on this measure before a \ote is taken, among them •S»*nat*iiN Hoar, Evarts, Plumb, Stanford, Pugh an i George. Senator Edmunds and Senator Begun are abo expected to sjieak. The enemies of Hie Blsir bill in the senate lytve I shmi busy proselyting the new s»*rm Pun, aud they claim that the bill will lie rejected, OE UA HUM A AND IDAHO HILIX Senator Platt will urge the Oklahoma bill din big tile morning hours, and it will doubtless be {Kissed and sent to the house iii a few days. The urgent m'ed of this legislation has lieeu unpressed on the members of the hotire, and ut th** earliest op|s>rtjuity the bill will be taken up and pnseil u{ski there. Tile senate tsimmittee on territories will likely oi der a favorable ivjsirt today on the bill Pi admit Idaho int** the inn*rn. The decision iii tile supreme court of the United States last Monduy in the test oath case ha* sustained the validity of the Idaho inst Billion and the proteats of Hie Mormons alone statal in the w-ay of a favorable report (Hi the hill In th*- secret »union the nomination* of Indian Commissioner Morgan and Stqier-intendent of Indian Schools I Fire heater are js ndiug and only await the return of SeunPir Morgan Pi Is* taken up atul dis{sHed of. THE HOI SE RULED. A discussion of the new cochj of rides will occu|iv newt, if not the whole time of the house during the week. Pani|*lilets containing the old and new rules, arranged in jiar-elle| (silunins will is* furnished Hie nM*miiers, so tiint tliere w ill I** no difficulty s«s“iiig at once w hat changes have lieen made. Tins will make the di*n*sion much simpler to the new mem liers. It is |ss*itive tliat tome objection may lie made to beginning the discussion to-day (Hi the ground that the menu liers have lieen given no opportunity to study the changes, but if thin objection lie sustained a temporary delay (ady will he caused and it is certain that the diHcussion will begin not later titan Peniornnv. THE ATKINDON-PENDLKTON CONTENT. Tomorrow the ejections committee will meet to consider the Atkinson-PendlePMi contested election* case. and it is lielteved that two re{s»rts. made on strict {tarty lines, will tie submitted to the house. An effort w ill Is* made to limit the discussion on rules, so that tile election* committee may have a chance to call up this case for consideration liefore the end of the week. In event this is done a repetitkai of the srenes enacted in the house during the endeavor of the Republicans to c^ill up the Hmith-Jackson case will in a lesser degree, it is believed, occupy the time of the hi wise. It is a xuestion whether a vote on the rules will Is* had during the week. HER MARRIAGE ANNULLED. An Auburn Girl Who Wedded a Burglar Without Knowing It. Auburn, N. Y., Feb. 10.—A decision was rendered Saturday in the supreme court an-nuling the marriage of Catharine and Ashley H. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson'* maiden name was Gertrude Mettlach. She now resides with her fiarents in this city. Her ho*!sun! w as a sP*p son of George E. Johnson, late of the law firm of Johnson & Aiken, if this city. Since the w(siding, Johnson, under various aliases, has obtained notoriety a* a burglar, horse thief and jail breaker. The couple were married four years ago by Father Ulrich, then (mstor of Bt. Alphonsin German Catholic church. Johnson one night P>ld Gertrude the priest wanted pl see ber and she went to the |*ar-soilage. Johnson met her there and saki he was going Pi marry ber. adding that if she remonstrated lie would shoot bor. Father Ulrich ushered them into the parsonage and Miss Mettlach'n first knowledge of the nature of the ceremony he then conducted was w hen the priest said: “Now you are married I wish you much joy." The girl went home and told her {aments w hat haji hap{**ned and they demanded an explanation from the priest. Hts answer w as very unsatisfactory. He was afterwards removed. The girl never lived with Johnson as his wife. Johnson is now a prisoner hi the Rochester {temtentiary. THE POSTAL CLERK'S CONVENTION. I>* unis fur the suit sn. Berun. Feb. IO.—Tile Emperor William i- alssit to *(*:»d t ’apt. l'lesukow to Constantinople w i»h ta -n tv-four drum* as a present to the sultan. Hitherto drums have lieen unknown in the OtPHnan armv. The Dakota I att ten. Bismarck, N. I)., Feb. Hi.—In the house Saturday 1,4'*4 jiersons presented {**tithni* against the lottery bill, while Iothers indorsed it. A resolution wras introduced and adopted for the ap|K>intn>ent of a committee to investigate the rumor* of bribery in connection with the bill. There are not two-thirds for it in tile house, and Senator W inship, tile leader of tile op{swit ion, claims three a'S'esaories to the senate minority, I making eleven in that body—sufficient Pi die-feat its {ittjssage over the governor's veto. Eloped With a Bad Actor. St. Joseph, Mo., Felt. JO.—Pretty Lula Ruthcrb rd. die 17-year-old (laughterof Z. A. Buth*‘rf >rd, editor of the county {sifier at Bolchow. c! (ped with Ed Torrence, an actor, who ha* long t*N*u out of an engagement on tile stage. 'Ilier met two weeks ago. Miss Rutherford was stage struck and did not know that Torrence already had a wife. The girl's family I* one of the most prominent in tile state. Her father threatens Pi shoot Torrence on sight. Rube Barrows I a armied. Birmingham. Ala., Feb. IO.—Rule* Burrows, the noted A la I lama outlaw-, murderer and express robber, has been positively located near Mi IP rn. Fla., where he has lieeu working a* a farm hand. Burrows recently I t**o*me alarmed ais! fled to the KO<sts, where lie is now tieing pursued. The Due’* Mistake. Paris. Fell. IO.—The request of the Due tfOrlcRHB P> be remanded iii order to have time Pi prepare his defence is believed to have quilled hi* chance for pardon His pmjcr course, it i* said by his adherents, would have been to allow a summary dispo* iitioii af the ewe. I snared or Nympat hr by Mr. Wanamaker. hint Entirely Satiifarlurp Washington, Feb. IO —The convention of the Pootofftee asMs-iution, held bere la?.t week. attracted much atP*nti(Mi. The delegate! represented every mijsirtnnt office in America. The convention was for the pur-Imin© of {letitiiHiing rsmgre*** to ladler classify ♦lie clerks in regard Pi pay, the enactment of an eight-hour law-, and an annual leave of fifteen days. Postmaster (ieneral Warm-maker aud First Assistant Clarkson pledgeil tlieir attjiport to the de’egatcK, and saki they would do everything to advance their inter-e^t*. City Postmaster Ross ami Cay it Sher-w(*si. the aaaistant {setmaster. are menils-tx of WashingtiHi council and heart and soul in the movement The convention adjourned on Friday. The delegates from other cities were well pleased with the treatment given them by the local clerks. Tile Washington clerks are not overpleased with the work acc un pished, for they hoped the convention would frame a bill for {irreentatioa Pi congress en leu laps! P> effect tile |>uI*]sees sought. Instead, they sini{*ly passed resolutions indorsing any bills that might hr iutnviuced. having for their object the reforms desired by the clerks. The Mages of ain. Manchester. N. H.. Feb. IO. —Mr*. Grace E. Huntington, aged 'Si, committed micide yesterday by taking laudanum. The young woman had for the {Kist two month- lieen an inmate of a house of ill fame, and bad becrime infatuated with an out-of-town young man of respectable family. Friday night she w a* ordered out of the bouse and made an appointment with ber liner for Saturday night. His failure Pi meet her is believed to have been the cause of her suicide. THE SITUATION AT NASHUA. All Indications .Paint to a Stubborn and Protracted struggle. Nashua, N. H , Feb. IO. —If anything there is more feeling exhibited In regard to the strike than there bas lieen heretofore. An attempt w ill I* made to-day Pi -dart the mills of the Nashua company. IL emeers have been among the help to enisnirage them to return to work. but their influence seems to have little effect. The published statements irf A. M Shaw have not he!{s*i matter* with the ojieratives. The indication* are that to-day will ojen with a long, bitter light on the part of the help and against the corporation. The employee are more outspoken in their complaints and grievatu'es, and state they will not go to work without a restoration of {sty. Public sentiment, which at first was conservative, is now strongly ta favor of the ojicnitive*. A rn tov* marting of o|ierativeM was held at St Jean Hapt-tot hall last night. The Itali was pocked Speis'hes were made by the leaders and again it was d(X*ided pi staud together during the week or until the coDoeaskm* had Isien ubtaimsl. Agent* from other manufacturing cities have lieeu in town to secure help for their mills mad during the present week many girls will leave for l/owvll and lawrence, while others will goon a visit to th* ol i f(»lks in Canada. Tl»e pnblislMsl remarks from the oflflciab that th# ringleaders would be disehaiged, etc., bus a* libs I fuel to th* flame*. At the mills there is no change in tow* situation. New overseer*, watchmen an I other* are alsMit the buildings. No damage ha* lieen done nor threat* mode bv th** -inkers A* sistaiKNi has boeu tendered the st i Ikerw, which they have fur the jin-s'iit dc hued At the Ja**k*on company’* mill there i** a spirit of uiicarine-w. but it is hoi *11 v pre’mble thot the lielp will join the strike. At the Side mills the jiay of the help has been advanced sud every one is satisfied. At the Sh*ie factory where trouble w a* expected .t consultation was held Saturday at which matter* were arranged amii'ably aud no strike is anta (pated. A CURIOUS STORY. A nummi Who Hart Keen Divorced and Didn't Know It. Cincinnati, Feb. IO.— Assi dont United State* Attorney Harry Prohaaco lins gone Pi Garden, O., Pi investigate a (ase of fraudulent petisnm that rests ujsm a very curious circumstance. Some time ago a pension was grunted to Nancy Smith, liocau.sc sin* was the widow of a soldier. Not Imig ago it came Pi the ears of the district attorney that this Nancy Smith was not tho widow of the soldier but had bren divorced from him for many years liefore hi* death. Min. Smith was at (Hire called to time. Sh** denied absolutely that she had linen divorced from her hu*liand. The record* were searched aud the decree of divorce wa* found and she wa* confronted with it. Then she made a curious statement, which resulted iu the present investigation. She soid that her husband w'«> a worth let* fellow, and was wasting her property in di»-si pot on She (shish I Psi wit Ii lawyers and they in Mime w ay enabled her Pi administer the property as a single woman. She thought it might lie {Missible that they had obtained a divorce for her without her knowledge. She retnemtiered of testifying in court as to the character of lier husband and Pi bls ill-treatment of her, but of divorce she had no recollection. A* proof of this she state* that she lived on with the man who *he supposed to I** her bus I >o lid, keeping him as straight as {Miosjble. This case is probably without |tareliel in the records in {tension cases w hi h contain many curious things. The quest kin is whether the government w ill In* able Pi prosecute its cast* aud obtain tile money which has already lieen paid out, if tile woman's story is found creditable. WAR ON THE CIGARETTE. Mr. Randall Murli Metter. Washington. Feb. IO.—Th* condition of Representative Han me! J. RatglaJl is announced a* much better than at any time during the {last wack. Mas Randall stated last night that the improvement noticed Bap unlay wa* quite marked and ti ult the alarming reports recently published respecting her father'* •oudJt too were greatly es Ag- j prated An Effort to Prohibit Adulteration of the Tobacco Used. Baltimore, Feb. Id.—The cigarette evil has spread so extensively in Maryland that a united movement is tieing marie Pi secure the |iaosaire in the state legislature of a bill w hk h w ill ri*|uire an additional license of 4*«d for the sale of cigarettes not made en tirely of tobacco, ami w ill prohibit under a penalty the sn!** of any cigarettes containing deleterious matter either in the w replier or the tobacco adulteration. Those w ho are most prominent iii the matter are William A. Boyd, president of the Tobacco Board of Trade, and G. S. Griffith, president of the Society for the Props-tiuu of L'hildren from Vice and Iminoraiity. Mr. Griffith static that investigation*made since his uid w as enlisted in the movement have shown that the extent of the evil far exceeds the general conception. Principals of schools have stupsl that they can easily pick out the cigarette sn ok«*rs liy their lLstiuasness and stupidity generally. ITie bill is now {•ending liefore the legislature, anda meeting of theTolsicco Boat'd oi 'I'rndeha* lieen(*allcsl for to-day to ta kl* decisive action. Iu Memor) of Aosta. Providence, Feb. pi.—Tile Italian societies of this city1 held a scskmju yesterday af fermion in memory of inc it*’.? d’A os to, brother of King HuiuU*rt. The ct Airman of the meeting was Count G. N t»efli. Italian v'ke consul at New York. J hit Babbirio of this city pronounced tlwenlogr. AddnsKtw were also made by Gov erin *r I At id, Judge Carjtenter of the I int*-1 Si i •- *b Int court and Professor Aion ah Will:,im.- of Brown university.___ After Iii* I.ntli-li l;i»iii(in. Wahhin'jton. Feb. IO.—There will lie a unique race at Ivy t 'itv this afternoon. It is a maP’h for a col ck lent bk sum money lie-tween Mr. Perry Dray Pat atrl Mr. RjJ*»rt Neville at five mid a half miles on the flat. Tlw horses will carry pounds aiel will lie ridden bv their owners, It is doubtful if such a race a* this has ever lieen d(*ctded in Amerii a, though in years gone by they were qui Le common rn England aud Ireland. ■'I    -.........— -   ---------------rn Oregon City’* Ixeui by the Flood. Or boon (*ttv, Ogn., Feb. IO.—The flood has receded sufficiently to make a rough estimate of the damage possible. It is thought that $125,000 will cover the hws. The Willamette Fall* Pulp company lose nliout $-«o,-f*j0; the Willamette Fall* Excelsior company, EJS,(JOO; the Oregon City Manufacturing eonrqtany, f'JO.OOO; Oregon saw mills, WiHomctte Tranoportatkrn aud Locks f*>m- |4Uiy. $20,000. A Verse! A ba intoned. * New Yore. Feb. IO.—The Briti-h steamship Australian from Colon brought Pi {tort yesP*rday ('apt. Joseph Pearson and.* BV of th* British liark Jane Law bound from New York for HuH. The law encountered heavy weather, sprung a leak, aud when the crew were taken off by the schooner J. B. Teel, she had ten feet of water in her hold. The schooner lauded the captain and (New at Colon. C leveland'* Tcura r»ni|»)*tMl. CUCVKLAND, Feb.    IO.—The    Cleveland League club Saturday rigned V nrent Daily, a young outfielder of the (‘aition.la league. Hu* uulu col auk to* the league team for I NUO. CHIMES AND CRIMINALS. A TERRIBLE DOUBLE MURDER REPORTED FROM MANITOBA. An Aged Man Fatally Shoots His Ann and Da ugli ter-111-1.aw as th* Result of a Dispute With the (.atter—Sensational Story et Smuggling ou the Canadian Border. Minneapolis, Feb. IO.—A qiecial to The Tribune from Winnipeg says:    A    terrible double tragedy occurred near Miami Mtatiou, BNO miles from here. Saturday. Particulars are meagre, owing to the interruption of train service. John Morton ami his wife were both shot ay MorPiu’s father. The murderer is UG year* old and recently went to live with bb laughter in low. The moo was .Vi years old. Uh# em was alment from home and the old man and daughter in-law had some dispute which ended in Ut* w oman tieing struck with a piece of wood. When the husband cam* home flu* wif* told him what had occurred Ha asked hi* father w by he did it and the old mon replied, “Do you see that rifler pointing to rwie hanging up. “Take it and shoot me cr I vt ill de Hit you." Tho son {laid im attention and went into another room. Tile old man took down the rifle, wout out and Aiming through the window, shot his son through the heart Two witnesses of the murder ret) for avddamv md during their alxeiK.w the old man reload'd the rifle and shot his daughter in Jaw a* ae was stooping over lier dead hu*linnd. Sh»> lived but an hour. The old man said lie did the shooting intentionally. The murdered ■duple were highly i es]**cPsi ami gnmt uidig nation prevail.    . WARY SMUGGLERS. 4 SeiisotloiiMl Tate of Tbelr Operations nu the Canadian (tonier. New York, Feb. IO. —The World's special from Victoria, B. C., says: “Chinamen and opium are Iwing smuggled from this city into the United States lo an alarming extent. Every dark night now one or more vessel* slip quietly out of the bnrtior, ouch at some {shut w it hill United State* err I tory, discharge cargo and return liefore lay light. Thin smuggling business in very irotltable p> the shijtowDer* and ie attended oy very little risk. Chinese nierriiauta {my in high ae $60 j sir copita for t ran*] Mir tat ion or (sMili(s( and the profit on opium smuggled ,nto the United States is enormous. Thirty >lcstialH constitute a consignment for an military sloop, Had tile usual (pianttty of ipium necessary to fill out the cargo insure* t profit of over $2,001) to the ow lier fora trip consuming not more than twelve hours’ time.    f    ^    f/$n Within the jiost few day* the opium ring ha* contracted for a small lait powerful -team launch to lie used in this busineNN, and t is estiniMt«Mi that she will clear for hor iwrier* over *10,<M)U {ier year. The chances »f capture are not great, aud the siniiggler* generally get rid of their cargo when pur-rued by dumping it overtxmrd into the Strait* of Fora. The World correepondeiit is assured that case* have lieen known where, when the smuggler* vessel was iu danger of being overhauled by revenue cutters, tile A’hole cargo, ('binomen included, was iunqied overboard, and when the cutter* came up tlwre was nothing to Im* seeu lait a fiat's crew .seemingly engaged in fishing. A BRAKEMAN’S NEGLIGENCE. It Con*** a Col 11 si on aud. lh* Deolh af a Fireman. Harrisburg, Ba., Fob. IO.—An open switch caused a serious wreck on tile Northern Central railroad at Marsh * Run, near this city. Two sections of a freight, running ahead of the Pacific express, had orders to lay up on the siding until the ex {ires* bad {tassisl. After the first section had run ii|s>n the siding a brakeman, sup|Mwing the sfssmd section would follow, left the switch ojm-ii. This section, however, ran in u|mui another switch. Before the mistake could lie rectified the Pacific express rounded the curve and dashed into the locomotive of the second section. Both engines were denHilished and the track was blocked all day Sunday. Arthur Kmrrton of Baltimore, fireman of the express, was killed. Isaac Htenner, eti-gtue«r of the posse ager train', and Engineer Yaffle of the freight, were seriously injured and Express Meosenger Mi t 'alien and Pownall lacily hurt. Mevei al others were cut and br' vsid. TW negligent biakeinan disa{ipeare<l. A Family of Nix Drowned. Kingston, N. Y., Feb. IO.—The f.»ur children of Jacob K. Slater were skati ig on the lake at Binncwater, at snit six mile* from here, when the ice, which was very thin, gave way and the little oues were precipitated into the water. Their shouts were beard bv tlw* members of the family who lived near by, and the father aud mother rushed to the rescue. By the time they had readnsl the lake the four children hud dis-ap|M*nn*d lieneath the ice. The motlier, frantic with the thought of her drowned children, rushed ii pin the ice which gave iv ay w it Ii ber weight and she sank lielow the surface Air. Slater then attempted to reach hts w ife end lie ton, was drowned. Th*: entire family Is wiped out of (existence. A Fatal Wreck in Tennessee. Roanoke, Va., Feb. IO. —A jia*s»'iiger train from this place, going to Bristol, Tenn., <ai the Norfolk A Western l a ii n e I. was wrecked al* ut It o'clock yesterday morning at Huddleston’s Mill, JE* miles east of Bristol. Tile accident was l ac-tod bv the raiis spreading. Five coachee were derailed. (hsiige Kerr, exjueKs riieasenger. was killed instantly. B. W. Bock, mail agent, was fatally injur*sl; Conductor J. IV. Barnes was cut (Mi the head and seriously injured; Baggagemaster Adams was hurt internally and is supposed to lie fatally in jim*!: Jewn WillmniM and - Hartman, |nix angers, were slightly liurt. A Youth Commits Suicide. New York, Feb. IO.—Kamuel Van Duson Ablsitt, aged 17, committed suicide Saturday by shooting himself in the head at Al West Thirty-sixth street, the (talatial residence of his grandfather, S. F. Van Dunen, a wealthy importer of metals. Abljott's parents reside in Lix'erpool. and though I tom here h* had sjjent most of his life in that city. The family will give no informal inn as to th* reason for the suicide. _ Murder at a Christening. New* York,Feb. 10,-An Italian ch referring was brid last night at th* boun* of ( anilino Vito at No. 9 Newark. During the festivities Vito became involved in a quarrel with George Carctno, th* result of which was the ' fatal stabbing of Carriiio. Vito is under armit. Eire at Warrea, H. Hf. WARRKX, N. If., Feb. 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