Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 11, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer February 11, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y , TU KST) AY. FEBRUARY ll. ISHO. NO. 7. B REPRESENTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES It.1 PROFESSIONAL Hoi.|»|l, M. D., Physician an<J HitrRenn, J oft!**# aver Lf-a's Drug store. ^irtewa*, ( en lr.ti Av^uiif. Tell |Oniin* No, 5*. 4 allo nj !\ ti** left al I yon'*. OF DUN KIRK. \NK.W ICI LIM. M AI HIM-: t**r rnliRR all kind# of Manta la IIM* latest additum ut Uh! Meihauieal Iopartmen! <>f Dunkirk I‘ii n tiny; Conpinv. A LENANDER** 4 <.al ami W<mhI Yard, Central Avenue, < > | q>* in i u- SirkH I'laU •* ’tiOi VII arn de- •>( ll it I and •' .I' I "Mi, VV »>4| Lumber, SU iii a Ie* ami I .atli. loo 4eiiv    Curnt«|Mtu<ku(X!    lur wholesale Int* lulicitad. ALKA. M. MANX, Practical I’lualu'r, ti^ ami Steam Fitter. tj|ieci»l attent***! given ta* sanitary Plumbing Lottiii:iu> given nu Plumbing, Ga* Kitting. steam I Ii*.*ti nic ami Hot Air Lur na cue. ll h. Tit ini Bluet. HK. UirroKll, «l ami I entrnl Are. a A ii loin Photographer. In»uiitMn«o.uo SAU LAKE ELECTIONS. GENTILES CLAIM the victory by 1.4C0 majority. DISCUSSING THE RULES. A BLACK-CAP OYFRAGK. THE POPE’S ENCYCLICAL. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT O Al I - VI I N in Traveling Wan tnt at hih« La al or lit Af Par. Steady Work. stock Warranlol (puck Net Ii ag special!****. «ana ti t Fire. Kviirrienre I’nwmsaiy. .I a-. K. W hit* hey, Nu fey man, Kneiuvtlrr, N. Ti. I'lion»kl a pith of awd not wait balnea. Habit** a M|H*<t;alty. sitter* for autisbiue ex*,«|»t for I >»MIK III N UKK Y -Jam KH luVIN.i, IT.V |) pnelor, No. il> fc. berend street. m ar Ii ti f-faio street, Dunkirk, N. V. Maga/ini a, Mil-• ic, 1‘aiuphl* l», etc., IhMin'I in all -Ivies. Order* proinplly attended to. All work Killian teed. I > I!IU lir.IC H CUiH Kl KY HODNE, I    mr*    Central    A    venue. Wholesale am! retail dealer in Im airted ami Ironies tic < ii i na, <>lan»w are, A\ CA Al AH. ll. II % lilt! s, ±ti tantra I Ave. *.<*•>-/ era! Insurance, Life, Accident ami tire lie fore traveling insure Tour De iii Hie *>l*l n*ltal*!e “Travelers'.” Heal Estate Aeeut Loami negotiateI on urdpertv. ^TolifiAKT Ik CD., Patent Vt form va (iii Uh it HI., Washington, DI t opp I Hee Patent*, Craven ta amt lie Nim amiral Kinde Mark- registered Ail Patent hmdne • conduced for underate Lee*, luforinati *n Allotee ami »|***eial reli iencei* sent nu requrel Hie DVirtnons Arknnalnlgi* Their Defeat, hut 4 Large Vt holesale Fraud amt Itriheiv ou (he Part of (he Ll bara I*. The flay l'a«*rd Quietly, the Expected Dio itiy Not Taking flare.    ;    (t,) Hah La KR (Tty, Utah, EVI*. ll.—Th# Mullelection yretanfay |«we*l off j si ;o HA LA UY, fin KXI'KNSKs IN \|i-V A\< I., allowed each mouth. steady employment at home or traveling, No rom it-mg. I* ii tie* lie liven ng a ml making r dtect on*. N** filial (ani*. Address with ala in p. IIH LH A CD., I* nj un, < Hilo. I WI nil to r in ploy a few la*lre* on salary to take cha rge * if my busine*# at tliefr home*. Light, very fa#eu, ating Mini healthful VV agt ■-(IU lier WHI. He ieee nee given. tn«'*l pay for (fart tone. Addrest with *t iii)*. Mum. Mak-io.n VV a I.a KH, Lott'** lite Ivy. MONTH ■ricing for to (erred who can (urnnh a home aret time to the Ihiiid* .**. Spare n*'<nien ably employed nl-o, A few and cities !». K. ii lHNM i\ vt.. Ku muon I, Va. ran tie rn cie Person* pre* yr their wrlu.le may tie ptofit- vacamiea in t*»w*i-A IT»., rcv»» Main c tHAHTAl'Ut A ID (TLL, Hate*, ft lier day. Livery am! float ding stanie in connection. Victor linier, kYi aud SJT Liou street. i> / (ITV HAKDLIt 8 MD I* Cha*. Wag ie, Prop.. Under Lake Whore National Hank, corner Ueutrr ami Third afreet*. A tine stock ol Foreign ami Domestic cigar*. ( IDN RLI N Si SON. j    SIM Center a tree t. Practical bove shorna. Particular attention paid pt interfering horaea. Shoeing of road aid trotting horse* a * ped atty. I NKI HK KY KW IND OBSERVER. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. I v IN lit HK ENG IN KF. It I NG 4 OM I*.VNV. g J    tonrrriv    Mellow A Popple. Manufacturer* of kngines, Holler*, Pulley*, j Snafuug Hangers, etc. Patients, (■ urging*, J Casting*, and Machine Work loonier. \ it NKI HK BMI ICT CO., KW, St© and -NC if Center street. Manufacturers of tim “Cromwell” aud “Dunkirk” perfect • tilting Dress Shirts. Do sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry good* house* ut Dunkirk, I V F. TtHlMEY, f I.    LM    and    I'M! Lion street Dealer in Flour, Feed, .-alt, Haled Hay, l’h<*»-l> tm leu, etc. Established, 1S77. I'KIK HOTEL and inning Saloon, Unioti JPi De|M>t. Easy acre** biali trains and busmen* houses. Hest accommodations for Cotu-luercial Traveler*. .lohii .1. Murphy, Prop. tor Retd or Sale. Hoti-e corner N*cmd an I Dove s!r<*«*ts. Newly thud up amt in line romld.uu VV til M*ll on easy term*. Ku<(liiie at the olBtx* of Marlin Hester Co rmon Elders’ Book al htrvngth, luaihd fie* to t&ariisl F. a. uoadi, arc Uraud 8k. how I rk SPHINIj ISPH WAIT FOR t I i K ' III.KUM A CO.. 97 uud Mi E Ttunl *trueC Flue Furniture, Cabinet VV are and l!|“ Bolstering. Picture Frame* made ut unit r. IV. MATTESON A CD., :toi Central Ave., (gutders of Fashion and lien tie uicu Dutlilter*. ll A KELL STEAM MEAT1ND CO. Mwiiufaeturers of Steam lidding Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Si*edalty. •(MI. STK WI LAC NUBY. D. MATTESON CO S Patent of. j quietly. The etty was ertjwdeil with sj^eeial fsilitx, i<‘feetIvea nod d»»f>utjr United States Vier si AK for tim. |>ur|*o*** ttf |»ia*venling illegaJ \o*tug. which each itoiTy defined that j the ut mr would rnsort to. It wa* fen ml that j an nttenipt t«j cballertge aiwl arr»**t voter* J won kl result ut not aud li!<**l*bed, hut this nut mutation was iud reali/c<i; ami though j the excitement wa* tut in ten*** that half of tin I isiim**** house* were closed, order pre- J amb*; Rods jK-i rmh-d the streets, and thethonaigh- J fare* Jtere uniiine^I w ith e*cjl«*l citi/»»ti». abo rwilia' I that ti|sui the result of yest«*iday's j lmttiedeju-mhsl lite future of the .Mormon clint ch a* a |s>!itiml organization. The voting yin1 I off quietly aud only six arrests were made for illegal voting aud tlm*e were ntssaiqg kiwi by tm demonstration from either able Sim w began fulling early in the morning and e a tinned until u«s»n. when the sun came out. tr *'tmg th-* maw aud ttiT ttiug the st»>*ets into rivers of sludi Tho db! nut deter the voters, many of whom waded tluoiigh the mud to the ^Milling places, while buudmlsof carriages ran I«etween the preciiwi tinatkfuar-tees anil every j»ail of the city, conveying voters L> and from the (sills. Bv lr sin .‘Ct •«) votes had Iiwmi rad, wlii«h by the poll Isioka *ltotrel that atwxit 77* |»*t j eetit. of the tVnftie’n IVluftiKtfl1 r**gistens| had l*s*tt east. ami al*ait .'at |**r ia«ut. of tie* (JberaI* iticotil^. At that luuir it was estimated that the returns at the (Jeiittb* > J hcadquartt'rs gave them a majority *>l 'Jib j I vote*, t In nigh ap to ll oYI'trk th** Mormon* had a majority ranging from J*«» to :jin». At 5o’ektck it wa* rdtiimtei that the returns i friHit every ward in the city gave a total vote ■ of HJS**, divide*) as follnw*: lift, til***    j Mormons J.sV*. At (J oVlock 4Tiairtuaii Powers claimed 1 that the<ientile nutjorttv would reach I.PXI. J This, however, was dented l»v Chainnan Hi'-hards of Ute Mormon party, who vt id it j was uiqm>ssihie t*» say' which side was victorious until th** complete returns had Iseti counted. The Moriiams claim that nim Pain- [ ars and fraud have lieen the order of tim | day w ith the Centiles, and that if they are I victorious it will lutve Us*u bv illegal nieth- I I ' KlI 5 th Our*»|*ecialtie«:    Kine    Blurts,    bv; Collars, Ie; Cub, 4c, and La*x* Curtaiu*. tm1 Delivery. A VV . Cuiniuiiigs, vJuT Center street u « E. Tlnril at., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer aud dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoes. URN KY WEI LEICH NKW HTD KE, lift K. Thin! sc Hook*, stationer}, Musical Instrument*, Magazines, Daily ami VV<>ekU I'afro, and every llnrg |h*ruining to a llr»t elvs* Lssik spire. School Histk* a *(k;eialiy. IDU PKI STI N4« of every de*enptiou aud it lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, ti ami IO E. Second SCJ JH. VAN BUREN Si H4»N, Fire Life, I Aocuieut aa«t Cieneral Insurucow. Dealer* in Heal Estate and I Aam s. l'ariu uJar attention paul lo tim care of pn*pert\ collecting reuu* Ae. 2t» Center Bk, iud rttmr. M «>> KDK’H PHARM ICI, :»ta' Central Avenue Ii svdqiiarleni f**r VVall I’aja-r Pa.uta. Oils, Ae. tilKKINS, J. VV.. •-’OO Center str*-*L Ilanutamurer and dealer in ll ti ness saddle*. bi idles, t ollars. Trunks,VV h pa, Hiiff tlo i;«»Ih*s, tn rae Cover*, ti tov ea,Ritteu» and sleigh Uol»e*. I ) LUM I* I NC. r. VV. Murray, j    :VC Lion *tnvt A apeeiHlty made **f Sanitary Plumbing, team anti i*•*« Fitting. Workmanship guar-nteed st iioi.rt.s, IT East Th int atrret, Faahion.ibh'T.'Mlor. t.enttemen will ll lid it to tneir a*lvautage lo Calion me before pureuasing gltwfr Ilium    ______ IV B. CAKY A CD., #    SB Lion street general Hardware.White t*ea*t,4>il« Painter's Supplies, tut Clo1 h*., < irai. te VVnie. A *p*s*ial-t>.of Sherwu. Wibtam* Pa.ut and Monroe range. Ik ll Ll NC. W«'IHi> blank-l***k-, I*- Leiaud I a I kind***! blank* dom*al Dunkirk Printing Company, a and IO E. Second st A full lino ol all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! Mr. Can dom Cpliolrf* the Report of Vie. Ilrol * Committee. WaKHixiiTojc, Feb. ll.—In the bouse yee-terday the delmt# on the cutie of ruk» was Itegun, The journal of Thurwtay's prooee*! lugs was approved—yea*, 14D; nay*. I, the s|**aker counting a quorum. Frulay's journal wa* also approve*J. Tile *■«inference n-|>**rt mi Hie bill ttj remove obatnh’tioti* fnuu the MpmouH river ngivtsl to. I Ah agree*! to the bd! a(#j*r.»-prifltei ti i.dtMi for th** removal of snags from th# Mi-e-ouri river and $77».*xx» for th* improvement of th* mouth of th# tVlutnbiv riv**r } MerV annon of Illinois, from the eommlt- tee OO rules, I*-J loft Cli Lek the new Code of rule- and the house pn«’H*<!el to eot*suh-r it. It wa* understood I lint the debate should be carr led nit with* Hit limitation yesterday and noirnuijcvtwitt wa-’ arrived at us bi when the dt-rtiekw -hoidd t* rmmaU* SIK CANNON «#K MAJORITY RC Cg, Mr 4*anii<ai evplaiiwsl tin* prr»vfc:or»* of the code, and statal that of Hie forty-seven rule* w Iiicb governed tim last Ikmis# twenty-tihn* a.-1-,, re;xii t*-1 without material ebauga. Tile •barigo* were wk-Ii a- would eitahlt* tie- will of I the majority to lie us* el la mid aiel express***!, I *s*ii-t-te*it with fair nn<l due dei site ami tun--Kl<-ratr*n. lit the hc-t congress, bf* Mud, not I 7* |**r rent. of the buKtneaK on the calendar I had l*s ii eoo-tdered. The |ie*tple dematuhsl I a cok of i ides that wiattd enalde a majonty f «*f Ute ts»pr"f-**ittaliv**s of t he jH-oj.ie t«* register I their will in th# aba pa of law. He defended the proposed rlingv probibctlng the -j*-aker from • nt«'rtaining dilat*try timtinoa, and ; den ie* I thai the prupofrd rule was tyrannical; hut if it was, then it wit* a tyranny sustained by Ute majority of the house. If he hail to chi sis** tietween the tyranny of a constitutional inajontv. rewponsjld* to the |*s>}i|e. and the tyranny «*f an irnsqKMisible minority he winikl stand bv til** cot)*-1 it ut mu and sir act a- to let the ma torii v nile. Referring to the rule permitting th*- spieaker to count a <pioruin, he said that if the Define -rat* wanted to go b* *lie conn try as aga I ast the principle contained in the rule, I he Be- j oin-e ariv I Mild lea ti- weir* r**.»d\ to m*s-t them Mud let    Til tin* people *h'**»s- Mr. Caution rev lewis I the other chairc**s in the code and cmtteitded th»*t their effect would is- to fae.iitate the transaction of iMj-ine-s. Mr Mills ciaime*I that the end# of rules WM foufpldl on the principk* that theumjor- i*v w as dninelv tsiii-titubsl and could do no wising. Buies were not intended ahaie to facilitate l*u-in»*ss; they wen- i*«tend«sl to pn>-!«s t the righto of the minority and they had always done so front the limning of the government. It wa- tijs'tt tho seiner se<*ond thought of th** j)»*op|t? Uiat the g«»vemnM*nt rest*-*I. Rules were inten h-d b* make the holist* pitit**e, de!il*eia»e, aud in loins inst a rn vs* go ha* k. Mr. Bavne of fVnnsvh antu argu**d that the o«Ik. In this event Hie Montion* will contest . th* < !••< 11' I ' Of tv it tot:,,.    ....    out    ;    I"    I    —I’-I" yt "ll.-- Wouldj.e liitate the The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought City. into this wa s HTovr Birb*r Shop. 41. A. BIT RH EF. form*-! ly in VV heeler’!* h.nr-hPMhop.hM opened the bar tier--hup in th** Erie Hotel. He bas every bu iliiy for go**d Wirt, and en st oilers will find .ta p***! place to g for »ba\ mg and hair emf' :ig. OI th** I 'lilted ,SLit**s. A IJ BKR A I. nFMONHTR ATIOX. The {n ils dos,s| at tip. m. Tin* Liberal lender** p>wt«*d a bulletin claiming l.tjflu majority. I'lie news spiend rapidly an*! th** Gentiles Ins arn# wild with joy. They literally t*e.k j*«,--<---i<*n of the city. th# Mormon- retiring to tle ir homes. Flag* v\t*re nm up iii all directions, and latBenw ami fiiewoi ks illuruiiiated the st tnets and buildings. Cannon- IxNtmed. UonUres w ere lighted at every «-orner, and hundred* of men in Im** paraded the st r***ls with drums and tmqie-do*«*. yelling like mad. No such seiie* w «*re ever Ih*fore wit»#Mi| in Utah. The Mormon- admit their debut, hut hay it wit* brought about by the most glaringly illegal meth<ids. and that the result will I#* reversed by the courts. They do not think tile majority shown bv the returns will exc«**«t 400. At IO oYkx k tIm* crowds on the streets hts ame ho great that the horse cars were cotn-|x*JI«s| to -t*»p nuipmg. Th** excitement is in* !ea-mg Notwithstanding tile gieat ex-eiteiiKuit tile spirit of good nature prevail* an*! there t- no disjjositioti to quarrel or raise listui i*ance. TU'- saloons are all closed and not a single drunken man can Im* s*vn. 4 lifton It ire*. New York. Feb. ll.— The weather at Clifton yestonia} wa- ph*nsant and a large crowd was pres* nt. Th# track wtu» heavy. The remits are as follows; First (-«'•**, selling, *( mile:    IIow**rson first, Irtkewnod secoml, lk*o*!le third; tune, I :*J1. S*s*otkI ra<e, purse, I |-|t! miles: Van first, Su*sess mv<.lid, Middh*stoiH> third; time, IM'{. Thin I ra<e. scllmj*. I mile; Ram D. first, Pux/Je second, Th* Abbess third; tune. 1:IN> ;. Fourth race. the In, von dHr ham Ii* ap, 7' furloie> 4HcnniomI*I first, Kom iusko Kay -econ*!, le**la*rg third, tune, I:!!1,. Fifth IM I*, selling, *, mile; Qu*- ti<at fiis-t, A very second, Neptunus thinl; time, I :'*i. hivth race. purse, % mile:    Ban    Las-ie first, i.liii.-tooe so ani, May Que**n third; time. I rill. Lu!l.er-oik* Annual Dinner. New Vne.K, l-'ch. II,--The auniinl dinner **f the Martin Luther a-Not-iatmn was faekl last night at Clark h restaurant on Twenty-tlnril dI'M, The un*st iiol.ihle sjess'h of the e\«*nii*g was made bv th** Rev. Dr, Wolfe of (»ett>sLu g Tii*s>l**gi» a1 seminary nn*l author ot ’ I aid.erails m Am**ri<-«,” and the “Cone mon Se* v i. e of the Lutheran Cbttrrb." Ile pm toed Hie y*n us as tieing not only fine In its*-It, lait ietiiarkaltly adapted t*» ti# age ami to the cimnel. Among other notable * l**rgy-inei pi**-eiit were th.* Rev. Dr. J. B Bi**-meusrthufer of Ht. Jane—. F.ugland, Lutle-ran church til** Lev. Dr. \Vu«l*lekin- ami Rev. Dr. CtxMeil tnmsai-tiou of husiness ami p?evenr a small [ minority nullifying Hie will of the majority. (I** argued at gieat length iii «ip|*ort of the | of»en to -cttlcm* ut the ri*hn«|ui-hed j»«trtioti of eulIve 4>r«l**r 1l»r*»wliig Part *»f It D|>eii lo ^etlleuient Wasiiixctus, F*-b. I!.—Prrafdent Han ison vestei*lav issue*I a pro* lamation throwing (siUHtitntionnhty <»f the rule (M-runtting the counting of iiK-mle-rs pre#ent mot not v*«tmg to make a quorum, and he cit«sl decision* of state legislatures, an*l many h*gal *le» isti*ns as well, in suji|x>ii of tins |*o-itt**n. Mr. Blount of (imrgia made an argument against the pr*<j>*>se»l code, dwelling es}#-* laity on the rule making KH mein I am* a quorum of Hie Damnit Ie# of the wlmlc. AI tei ! arthel discussion the 1k*u*#* at I’rMo adj* tut tied. IN TDK SENATE. Washinoton*, F*'b. ll.- Iii th** senate yea* terdav the Oklatnunu hill and the educational hill were further considered without final a«*tion U-uig taken o;i either a*xl a number of bills were taken from the calendar and ! pa * I. Mr. Fvart-s, from Use eomihittc# on privilege aud ekx'tioius re|#*rt<vl a rt*s**lution (wlu*-h went over) declaring it competent for th* senate to el*s*t a pr**sidcnt j*ro tempore, who shall hol*l office during Hie pleasure of the-enate an I until another is elected, and who shall execute the duties thciv-’f w hen the vice ptvsident is *»l*-*-nt. TI*** ***nate |*;tss*si tie* h*)ttse bill hppropri-nting    (to l»e iuune<liat4*ly available! f*»r th*- Marital branch of the National Home f**r Volunteer S**Idters for tlw* curr**nt y«*ar; an*! the senate bill appropriating $nju,U»X> for a site for a public budding at New Orleans. The senate resumed consideration of the bill ti* pro vale a t**rn|*or«ry gore mim-nt for th** territory of Oklahoma. Mr. Chimb offered an amendment to include within tin* boundaries of th** territory all that tract of lan*l In Hind'si on the oast by th** BXB Ii m**ridianvon th** south by the state of T* xas, on the wc.-t by the territory of New Mexi ii, ami on the north by the states of Colorado and Kansas, and known as tho I m hi ic land strip. Mr. Ingalls sugc**st*sl that this land was 125 miles from Oklahoma. Mr. I’latt arginsl against taking Hits action In*fore Ii.** Clieiok** * strip which intervenes U-twet-n Oklahoma and No Man's Iuiml shall have I ss m oj»*ned to s**f t!*-mcnt an I addtsl to (fiilahotita. Th** proj«osi*l amendment was «iis*'ti—'-I at som** length and a vote being taken r«sult*sl in vtas, 14; nays, pi. No quorum having vofrst, a call <>t the -smate uh- ordered, and then, viithotit taking Im t her action «*n the < Iklahotiia hill, th.* *#*imte took up the «*lu< at Rata I bdl. and Mr. Blair i»-htoutsl Id-argument ut fa\**i of ii- |>us.s«ge. Mr. Blair »**a*l rcjxais of s im ii cauumis-hianrn in New York, Connecti ut. ]lh*Mle i-Intl* I. un*l otlter Kin tea howtug that tl*e condition * » edacntkim in ta# ma lit to# lie t toiiuwl) was mod ilaliger*ais. When Mr. Blair had iqtoken for two hours, he vt* ld*sl the fi-sir to Mr. Allison, «bo de-Mi is! to call up other buMnes sud a ihiihUt of hill- wet# j.a-s*s| On motion of Mr. Morrill the following senate hilD were (as-ol Ap|*ropi luting F45.DX* for fire ptvtuling the roof of th# I’.Msy D’le*t-*r KiiorkH D**(. Bl'FEA i j.», Feb. 11.-—Pa t#y O'Leary of New' York ami Faddy McBride of Philadelphia, lf®    “I    !    Smith-*    inuit! btu I* hug! i For Hie organizing of the National Z*«v l*»gii*al park. F**t the issue of ordnance and ordnancx* RL'HOI.PH MULIU.MI ti EK. Cor. Third ani! Buffalo Sts., Healer ti* *.ramie, Marble, Flagginf aiel Halidom Stone. Call «*u me tvfore tiuytng your siife-wsh. Jy InEEV A i^    Front    street Whisky, Wines, Brandies, tiei.eral Liq nor Store for Family Use. Stable. I 11HIF.HT M’KAf, Ic    Lion street, near the ilcpot. imantiug, Sale, Feed ami Livery Stabling tty the day or week on raasonal ie terms.    __ KEIM, J. W., PU Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments ami Sewing Maeduues. We makes specialty of tirst class makes of Pianos suit fr arrau*! A Votey Drgar.A re* AM J. Ut FEO HD. SUI Cential Ave. (Up O stairs'. General insurance ami Heal K-tate Arent. Fire, Lib*. Accident, ami lave >Ua k Insurance. Prompt attention giy ?n u» buying am! selling Real EsUte. tit C\ JUNES, I    "ft K. Thirl sh, cor Deer. Excelsior Meal Market. Fresh. Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages. Oysters aud Poultry'. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV ABMINISTERIffh DR. MAWS' DOLSEN SPECIFIC. It can bs given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar betes of food, without the know ledge of the person taking it; it is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, Wbethel the patient is a mo*lerate*iriliker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NFVER TAILS. "> GUARANTEE a coin pine cure in no v instance. (■* page Lkk»5 FREE. Addn--** in COOtbb'iiT, r-OLDEM SPUQTtc CC.. 185 Rac» St- Cincinnati.O- ■ C. C. PENFOLD, ' MANUr ACTURER & IMPORTER, annual r»e#l#tween the two U!>L'*.nj 304 MVIS ST., Ill'FFA LU, N. V. dub last iii,.lit for a |*ut># of K*<h* and g.'«m on the <*ul-id# T»«h*hm<v gk*v**> wert* ti-#**!. lite tight w a- -bort and - harp. Hm* **vi 'hatig**, It'ing haul aud lively. Iii tim filth round M'Bnde pax i* (TR ary bis quietus with ti vicious Wow on th** jrguUr. M* !’n l# w its matched after the li^ht t*» ncet Ja* k Ifatik v of tLl- city I r a |mi’n# of th* dal* r * i»-aitwaiHwl later. tale aud A tai anta to K«r«*. New York, Fob. IL—It is announced that Capt. Alien of th** Val** university ei.dil-oniod crew ai»*l ('apt. Van Radon of ti*e Atalanta «***nt « I I* have agr* «•*! t** a rn. * l>*» tvM-en Hit***# two filii <ni- crews, t* take j iac«* in Mav on lv(ke Salt* >n-tuiJ, near New Haven. *-t**re< t‘> tho state of Washington (to the ttuii’uot of f!;* WW) in lieu of ordnance and ordurt'S'e    Ik    >rro his I by Ha* stale of * 'r* g**n during tho Ne/. Ben cs. ij*diau war of * <77 tun) t' **>. T Ie b- -I-*- t *!! to constitute Albany, N. Y., ti n **t t i»M**-diate transjiorUti ia. Tin N'Jiair then procoeth-d to the considera-ti ai of ex«rotiva huvim —, and at 4.45 ad-joui *.* J. the Sioux rcseiA at ion in ancordttnee with the terms *<f th*- act approve*! l«-t Man-h, tlivitl-ing the reservation into two separate res*-ra-li'iii* and |aovi*lmg for the reliiiijuirhiueiit of indian title lo the retnaimh'r. The president in his pro**lamntion, after annouiK'ing the acceptance of am! eonat*nt bv th** Indium to th# provisions of the art, ami <’tting provisions of the law protecting the Indians in their pi'o}*ertyaud i4iuiuity'tr i^Lts, says: “Subject to all the conditions ami limitations in said act contninc*! it is therein piw vid* *1 that all tile lands in th** great Sioux rescrvati*in. outside of the s*-}*arate reset-va-t ions *l**acrilte*l in aaid net, ex«v}d Amet n au island, farm land and Niobrara i laud, iv-garding which Islands s|i#cial provisions are therein made, and section* 16 ami I'M in **a*-h township thereof (which are re.s**r\e<l for school purposes) shall lie disposed of by the United statre u|mnd the terms, at th# pri**e and in the maum*rtherein set forth, to actual settlers only, umler th# provisions of the homestead law (except section 2, 501 thereof) ami umler the law relating to town sit**s.” Afb*r reciting other proviat<ms of tho law, reserving tracts from settlement for school purpose* ami Indian agen*-lea, the president concludes his proclamation as follows; “Warning is hereby hI-o expressly given to all persons not to enter or make settlement up*m any of the tracts of laml sjieciaHy re-serve*! by til# terms of said act, ot by this proclamation, or any }i«*rtioTi of any tracts of lan«l to whi«*h any individual memt**r of eitii**r of the Ismds c*f th** great .Sioux nation, or tit# Ponca tribe of In* ha os. shall have a |trefer*»nee right, under the provision* of re|*eal *»f **ai*l act, ami further, to iu no wis** interfere with th# occupancy of any of said tracts by any of said Indians, or in any marmot to <iisturb, rm»lest #r prevent the peaceful pca*-s*-s-ion of sax! tract* by them. “'Hie surveys required to be mad# of th# lands to lfc* restored to the public domain under the provisions of th** said ai t. and as in this proclamation set forth, will I#- commenced ami ex*vute*l as early as }«ossil*le * The proclamation throws oj*en to sett lenient !(,0IID,4)H0 acrr*s of lam! w hieh will lie di-j***-***! to sri I let* under th** provision* of tLw- home--tead law. In addition to the fere en* I* -**t-tl#r will la* required to pay ii‘A j*rr a* re, bim! tifioti the lull }«yin<*iit of the money ane, w iii I#* entitksl to a patent. A Grand Kii-H for the Ke-erv»tion CnAMBRKLAitv, K. I).. Fell, ll - Iu accordance with the preaidiett s prm-latiuiti«»u, hun-* ire* Is of team« with groat bonds **f |und*er -’artesl on a d*-a*l run a* !'#■* the rixei je-fer-*lay ami Ute bun*)ic*t or more Indian jk.Im#, pla* e*l as 0 guttitl to fxevent atty pien.Htura mva*tott. jtUvjtl <!.;//! anti beild-sx as Hiey vu*we*l the great irre-Fistabte rush. A ino-t novel -ight wa# the moving of a large buthling tinder which I»m>1 lieen placed heai-y ttmberxand wheel*. This, bk# the other wagons, wa# pulled across the river l*r gn!l.*pn g hoi's**s. There were a nu ii iller of smasi;-up- in the ct mil. but a- yet no ta ta I it ic*,    |<een r*- pirtMi. Houses w**re l**-ing cr*** t* »l by the light of lanterns all iii jilt and tit# mot I ting sun shone »*k si‘*.ire **1 ti**w ho*: i s, in.tov of ttietu grouted in the new town on the west sui# til th# l iver. A Trip A let n.Inned. \Y AKIU vt STON, Fell. IL—Tee preshient has Hi*aiidoiKsl tit- proposed tup to Pittsburg, The dntwmw will be either one n*ile, a mile | J'a., to op**n the Caruegto library ta that and a half or two rn ilea. \ ai# will go to ti*# nu on Thursday, F**£. lit. Recent sail starting ane w ith the -ame crew with which | #•■« ut# fe-te !»a\** mterferel so much with his the i- to row th# Harvard eight in th** great attention to jKiblic bustmre that be doe* not I*** t that he* an s#wv th# time and go away Lu a few days to the negkxt ol urgent put. I ic , hu.-lU* —a. A I rwil* In til# r*>m PlTTSBL'RO, Feb. IL—A special to Tne Times I rom Oil City -av#. Ka rn ml I). VVay-maij, wanted at Hpritig Mater, N. Y. on three indictiiienf# for chloreformmg and roh-lierv, wa- arrested lier#, by KLx-rifl liauipton of t»i*ttfj#*, N. Y Ile t!» now iii the \ enango c«*ui,tv jail awaiting re*|uisitioa fiapera. Miss Guild, a maiden laity of IJ vingsi.jti cotiniy, N. Y , v. a# OI#* o! bt- victtliii. 1>K AL Kit IX nuxasB s, n uikiiaiff t Aes • - J F V r.1 R.Y • SIH senti Clocks, Silverware, Leather Good*, i N-. six Ho tie* Recovered. Roxih ;*T. N. Y.. Fe!*, ll.--Tbs lireli*'# of the MX i r-ori- dt ow tied ta Btu tie water lake Fudday lia\# l»-ci* rata<*red. tin la-1 being found about non® yestenlay. The victim# w ere; J..- oil R Slater, agol (it. hi** wife, aged    t **ir two soi^, ag'd Ik ai.*! lo; I.<'Uis Whitaker, a grandchild, aged 5. and j.attid i Hii*-h. a^***l 14. When ti.e i* # first broke J hr* >'.a‘er boys w we utuwing lx»uia Vin Un. : on a hand aiciglx. FXCHA 17.MI, VOLD .f SIL I SR EL 4 T/XG A >!(«*• I-Inched. IV11.KES-!L\eke. Pa.. Feb. ll.—Operations ! at the AYiiiHlbir I mn ti hat* licea suapeuded f*»r an intl' /.nit# UHM* ou account ol Hi# flood- j lug c*< th* workings. Whether toe water coture from Die Surfjuehxnni ruer or Hie nun dies near bv has m»t as yet been ascertained. F.v* tiundred mon aud boys are Uumtto nut ot e:upio> meet. Twenty Thousand round* to K iv Lind. 1»XD<>N. Fob. ll —It la slated tlpoti re lialil# Sdttiotritv that th# govenmc-nt will ask [*ur liana tit for a grant of Jt'JOjJHff for • bual put 11,»-re in Ireland, t!?# mqte-st being etiibodied in ajiitl piovi tmg tot ti.# exteii-5w« of Mi# A-ii)#iui ne a< t ana an en la (genie) it of its power*. A FIENDISH CRIME REPORTED FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. Neyro tinmen Dressed In Male Utile at Kuril well Itiia-ti One et I heir Number and Kill Her Kaby HrrnuM* She Didn't Kj iii pal hire IV it Ii the Victims In the Itcceiit Ljurliing. UnAHi.i'.sTox, S. c, F**b. Et.—A '(ranj;# story *-*iinre from Allemlale. a small hamlet, ta Barnwell county, near th# sc**!)# of th# n*"**nt lynchingx Hattie Frazier, a negro woman, aud her infant a month old, were the victim# of a queer !> lack-cap outrage When the news of th# butchery at Barnwell court ; bone reached tlte Allendale •*'ctmu, Hattie Frazier was i*tie of the few n#gr*K*# who did ] md join ut th# cb »r*w ef condemnation of that art. On the contrary site oi#-nly #x-prevwcl th# opinion that the murdered men had only got what tlaiy deserved. Since that tint# th# w*Hiian has been ta bad odor with her race. Sh# had received threats from tune to time but treated them with scorn. But one night last w«*ek. while asl**ep iii h**r hot.-** with her infant, only a few wacks old. ch# wa# aroused by a noise tail. -atom: that *v rue cue wa* trying Li get iii at tit# door. WOVEN IX MDR STUKE. N<*t suspecting anything sit ' went out w ith her < hi!*! ti* her arms to see what was the matter Arriving at the door sh# was seized and dragged aw ay fr*mi th# house and subjected t» a ne *st brutal lieating. The Iv ti-liers wet# in masculine attire ami wore black ma-k* and cn}*». Aft4-r U-atiiig the woman nearly to death they thrwxiened to kill her if slie di«l not h-ave the neighlHirho**!. TIm* woman dragged herself lnfi*-k ta her bott*** where she found her child lying dead on tIe* ground. The next day *l»o identified two of her a-sailants. They were negro w*»ni«'n Ii*, lug iii th# vicinity ami wet# at LB and lodged in jad. E PKK)*KETK\TORN CClNFKS.4. The-** w'Hiien turned state's svjbiwt and : confe»*se*l that the Hogging wa* done by a t>a*i*l of fr*»m twe nty to thirty ii**gro women j wh«* wit# ilies-*-*! in tualeatttrv with black | masks ami *•«}*> and w ho umlei to**k t«» puni-h * th* ir victim for the mother s expression of opinion alsiut Ila' B;«mwell ilegn#*- fate. U|«»n th**ir testimony ttftren negro women residing in th# vicinity were arrested, 'l a** affair lins crent*s| c-nsiderahle excitement iii Barnwell county. Great effort- were made to h*-*'p ti ♦* matter quiet hut the Mot} has leaked out. THE SIOUX RESERVATION. An F. Favoring Hi# liLlio Hill. Washington F**b. Ii.—Hie senate committee ou territories at its meeting ytssteiday onleind a favorable report on Hie bull for i tbs aimisuim of Idaho into tbs U mon. Aa Important Doe*iiu#at tleliuing tbs Duties of th# Faithful **.»y I New Your, heb, ll.—Tile Time# says th# most hnpoituiit encyclii’a!. from a w »rWly jaunt of view at I* ast, i#sned bv loo XIII since his accfrea-n Ll th** thr*hic of th# jioiitiff, r*>n* h*sl this city Smitlav. ami mi- mad# Hie snhje*I of di-»\»ui-c- in and «!w*ut -#v«al of the Itoman Unthsdk* I’hutvbm. It is a king document, dealing with the relation of church to state, an*! will lo* liiterestiag ta Prutestanta tai h-w than to Uatholn’H, from the fa**t that if d.*fiin- th# duty «»f tile ( alb 0110 cit lieu, his . .1*1 • - ite.ns to Ins «*hun*h aud th** extent of hi- otasfi#ncn to tie* stat**, The letter argue# that al! power cornea from God. Hlstts that iiejiiei t (hid tilth** a*iiuiiiia-tration «*f their aff aire, Hie jaqa* rontemis, rat i rn it long remain safe, b* sit use, “wiieu Uhri-tian lu-tituf ions and mantis fall away, the priiKMjial fouitdatirm of human society must crumble.” ll# says if the natural law ordains that Catholic* should protis t with putticular affection th# land in which they ar# Gun ami reared, with greater reason ought they L> I*# aijiin«**-l w ith similar sentiments to war* Lh th# church, the city of th# Living Cod, from whom -he ha*! re■’rivedher constitution. The nato# land in whi«*h w® have rwdvel this mortal life is, th n to la* but it hi iie**es-ary to love with a more ardent love the chuixh, to which we ow# the immortal life of the soul, hi aus* it is right to prefer th# welfare of th** soul to tis- welfare of the I Hid} , and ta regard our duties toward God a- more *,-t Ted Own oui tiuthvs toward men. “If th# laws of til# state are u o|**tt con# t rad lotion of th# tin me law .** -;i> s Ia*o XIII, “ii they command anything projudi* lid to the <‘hutx*h, or «uie h'V-til# to tim duties ii ii jKiaed bv reltgi'iu, or violate iii tho p- re ut of the supreme J# »nt tfT the ant bority of J«sn-t hrist, then, imbed, it is a duty to re-i-t tlieut, a id a crim# to obey them; a eriine fraught with injury to Hie state itreif, For every offense against religion rncoUs on the -tate. To love the two fatherlands, the earthly and th# heavenly, but in such a manner that the lav# of th# heaven!} country prevail* over that of the other, and that human laws are not preferred to the lair of God—(Melt is th# essential duty of Christ nuns from which spring, a.- from their touive, a1! th# other duties.’* An extended resfat. cent of th# claims of th# Bonum church t«* infallihility in matter of faith follows, lo**» says the a*lmii;istra-tioti of church government is *lilti«Tilt and give** rise to n tuneroua ooh die ta “For th# church rules people scattered throughout all parts of th# world," h# add-, “«!ifferent in race a i a I manner*, each *if which people, inasmuch as they are subject to their own national la vs, owes obedience ai on»s» to the «*iiiian*i (he religious poverH.-’ Tho<-hiir**h approves of all governments that r»-sp**ct religion. aud divine law is indifferent to parties, an*!, according ta the p>|«e, to s***k t«»engage th*- *’hit reb in lh# quarrels of (untie* and to at tem j it to make use of it- sujqsirt to triumph more easily over adversa! i**-. i- to **oinmit an indiscreet abuse of religion.’’ Tile p*'|*c ls-liev**s. however, and so advises, that “in jsilitioi, which are io- jiornhly bound up with the law s of mortality and religious •lutipH, men ought, always, and iii the tirsk p!a<*e, to take *‘ara ta serve th# interest of Cathol<w*ism. As soon a- thr-;c interests aru seen to Is* in danger all «litTereiice» should cease between them, rn that, united iii th# same thoughts and sn ie* designs, they may undertake the protection mid defense of religion, th# common and great end to which all things should Is* referred." •'it i- it duty a.--i**n* -I t** th# church by G*sl," coat iii u#s the Kn«*yclical “to offer op}* nut ion whenever th*1 law * of the stat# in* jure religion, and to rodeov r earnestly to infuse the spirit of I Ii * Gosjiel into th# laws ami instil*)!ions of fs-opl *. And since the fat** of states d«j*»nd* prin*1p illy on tho-# at the hea*I of tlu* goverumcut, th# chtuch cair not grant its patronage or favor ta men whom it know - bi he hostile to it, who o|s*nly ref use to re-pect its rights, win -»a*k to hicak the MlliaiK'e est a I dialled by tho nature of things between religions int.<u»sis and th# interests of the civil order. 4 in the contrary, it is its duty ta favor tho**# who, having sound ideas a* ta th*- relation l*#tween church anil state, w t-h to make them Bch harmonize for tile common g*Kid. , “These principle* contain ti:# nile a*svrd-ing bi whk*h every Catholic on bt to modal his public life, that is to say whenever it is lawful in the eyes of the church ta take [.art 111 public affairs, men or ns-ogni/e i probity, and w ho prom is* j to m«'rit «**11 of Catholicism, ought ta he Hurqeirtori, and there can lie no*-us** in which ii would Is* |»#ruii-:nble to prefer bi tic in in r» v* ho are Iwn-tik*to religion." A reference which may I e f >«sM#red to haves l**-al appli* ation i- that in which tit# jiopt* di*clar#s that th*' « lci gy and laity nhoitld live in direct union with the bishops, and that if any on.* of Ut# ck*? lay himself open to clit conduct or in t he * >t im I* * din’s not I idling b* any ire] lo himself in hts own i judge. ‘The actious of a to Im* struck at with the even when th**} ap;** sr t* -lire as Ft. fin gorv r! laity “alnmill either in ins maintains, it ii to arrogjita til# oilier! of mr ought not r» sword of sjresh, <* iiM*rit a just «cair rent [ms saith" • hr viliu; ginl sn? AN AGED UNFOR tUNATE. Ills I imn" IVIf# v«Tnr4'- Iii* t*»f»|»crty and Torus flint .4*1 lift. Camano AKITA, SE. Y . } Bigehiw’ <if Sa van na In    a timrri*si for th** first ti alai now , after two \ em - * ness, has I wen cast a«lrift I secured title *1* *' I- bo all h low was for tiff •■•cli years * tug vessel an*! mn*!" etKHigii the G*-t farm in K- -re Wayne lie settled two y ear- ago. Th* Nam u* i a LY. a* J Ie* agt* of 72, ii* >u ted ti Ct luippi-iii- >\ if# win* hail }H ■ iiertv. Bi ;«*-fain of a wlml-tn<mey to buy unity, where he met B*- # Smith, a woman of 30 y ;>rs, who cia inn I to Is* a w illow*. Sh*' captivated th" ok! captain and ii# married her. Until recently th y liw*d happily together, and Bigidow deeded her bin tar*a. Not long afb*r the papers h i t b*s.*;i e\<* ated John Smith, who intro*lure! himself as .lire. Bigelow’s husljanrl nitniler <*u#». appeared ami m--istcd u)ion reclaiming her. Sh# received him int** ie**' hmtwe nn«l turgd CnpL Bls**k»w out. The old ugiu is now supporting himself meagerly in g log bona# <*n the farm of John (Jroat, ie Savniinub. filing saws. I h-iv ie lf . at indigoatson throughout Wayne Dmnty over th# affair, hut the okl nam r*‘fus« s to ppd-s-ute Ins w ifi*, saving THI he car*’-for now ix deal ii to relieve him of hi- troubire. NO DCT AT ORSHiP FOR FONSECA. Th# l’r#-i«l nt f:#f*i«#4 to Liit'ii to lh# In man*! ol a Mob. Rio de Jam iko, F#b. ll.—A mob made a d««no ast ration tai Freiay before th** resid'-m-e of Gen. IN) Fomeca. president of the provia-ional government, in favor of a itictab*r»diip. They urg«s! Fonseca to assume He- }«<*-idon of di«*tator f *r a jicrfod of five yvars. 47en. I>« Fonseca d;*l not put iii an appearance, but cau'>d th** mob to !•<• di-;i«*n»t-d bv Vue police. Among tin? niemljeix of th#iuo!) w#remiuiy soliiiers. The presid#tit in a KahaqwDt interview said he was opp(**xL£o a <li tutorship nu*! that th *1 . URI rn ti* a wa *iL-ra-b*fu( to him. A MOU I! NIT I, SCt NM BURIAL OF THE VICTIMS OF THE ABERS /CHAN HORROR. Seventy Hint ic* 4«mi*>«»tl    t«* llirir Lilt K***t1in 1*1 .tea Amid (Ii# \V#e|»liig of llidow* and Or|ili.ttt« intl th# slnglni of Doleful Dirge* Th# Kc|*oil of Ut# Darnel! CmiinsiMiotu London, F#b. IL— Th# burial of the bulies of seventy of th# colliers who were kilt#*! by th# explosion in th# Ab#rsychau mine, iii Monmouthshire, la-t Thu in* lay, t * # >K pla*1# yester*lav l h# soul# iu itself was extremel} impressive, but the we ping and waiiiii*; ut th# liundi'-ls f will ms aud orphans wh****' manitest.it ions of gri**f were un rest rat md, mark'-1 the s'easion an ok# twvor to I*# for got! :> I 1». ti l,cid 'i- As th# procession stall*-.! ii .u th* church it was heud'*d bv a choir ot h' > - aiel men who chanted wired U * i-h dirges, wInch, tmiig!>*d wit,Ii lh*' eri*# an I gn-•iu- of th# mourner*, prod ii*-1 mu effect wl ll til# I* ast etllot lo I Ut I to-t.till* f was | iwei ire to with-tand. Th# -hoj<# iii) the town we.# all * hosts I ami ilurittg the tai rial 'st.* .I i;.Hs I. ti-hicks of livery kind was •us) »• udad. HE ITI RT IN THE FARNELL ('AHR. It is |M>sit|v#|y stated that the report of th# Kjie.'tai einniissiott to investigate th# charge# mad# l»} I Ii*- i jin**- against Mr Parnell an I his ii til# Kula od I* >agure will Im* pr* - ii fed to is**'(lenient immediately atter the formal ojs'ning of taut ho*ly t«.«lav lf is learn# I that a van containing !,2Ut) cop!*-* of the report, Lu tho ttwo ot metnli’i* ami tithers en-llt' si to lie -*t.cd with it s| rt**-iaii v. w ill lie driven to th# bouw* of cimuiimhis -Icretlv !>**-fore |'.ai iian.' Kt is convened, umler a guar*! )mrti*‘uiarl> charge*! with the duly**! pc*— venting a copy from tailing tub* unauthorized banda. Six new lueiulxTs. who have lawn returned during th# moss, will !■*♦ a worn in. Four of th*‘M* are I.iIhthU aud * th** remaining I wo ai t* Tories, l ie* nuuiei aitl XI rang th < I I tut Tories iii tins we-Kit i of pal*- i hani' iit will Im* |,rv- by thirty-two mend*##* than at the Ix-giiiiimg of lh# scwaon <»l I*->*#», since which 'line the Conservatives have < giathmllv grown weaker. Lord Randolph Churchill La antlion/*-! the ntiiKMiuceiimiit that he will uitr'since a hill to rt*;'*tlat** ti a liq hoi traffic, which will include a claus# pro- * Vhiitig tm* focal tipt iou. I Le i ***-clit r< -Tipp* of Emp*ror AY iIlium <*n the liJx.r 4|Urefiott have had gtv**n b* th** ii throughout the empire the great * i pMC-ihle )iti(dt#itv. This Im ck) Kraal ly tin# «*f Saxony, w ti«*re Hie imjs-rial *|tsa-*s* is plttcatileit at every street i*orn«*r in every biwa in the king* fk»m. It i- significant, bm, that wink* iii th it part of tla* empire, more jiai ticu?arly Dam elsewhere, a crowd congregating on a street corner is orehtiarily made b* disjiu-»> with*) ;t delay, the gatherings around tlr-s# a ti ic ti-* are not molested, An * xpl -ion of gas occurred in the cellar of a win** met h int at Eiturt, killing two iiifii aud luidly damaging th# Lull ling. .IHF] r > I;* IV nj VV FOK IBOC). Very Choice ud Expiate in Cesi^n. Elegant Assortment. NdIkhIn licet I he ilisaj>jK>illt“ etl, although SOUD* jMHiplc arn NX In n tlie\ don't receive ii Valentine, even it he only a e >niie. 1>*>\'t let tli’iH terrible feeling strain the nlVeetionnte mi im Im ut your i»kak frieiuls. Send them a N alentiiu* of somn kind. We've put the ]nice so all can he remend W'e're IIeathjiiarters, what you eannot find worth l4M>king (ieiiis ot love, Valentines, Cupid down be red and 11 ere for e and I fart Avon t I “CW here Lace 4*’iee THE QUEEN’S SPEECH. It Tell* YI hat Iii# Government fro po*#* to flu for Ireland. IjiN'iwa.v. F*b. ll.—Th# queen's R|x*#cti, which re to l*e d**liv*-r*sl to parliament at th# ojicning - ion to alay, was read at th# ministerial limner last rn ;lit. The a*hir« sh n*ts forth that tii# fr<)iilil**s with Bortn^ai h«iva Ikh'h w tt!«**i. Th# |ut|vis relating to ?samoa nu*! tin*extra*lIlion treaty with the I i,n*<| States ar# Ltnl Iisfora pnrliaineti? for approval. Ireland, bar majesty stat*#*, will *!«*-I not id a prominent plat*# in th# attention of imrliamcrit. Silica th# aitjournment .if th# Inst session tln re has Ik*#u ti marked diminution of agrarian ennui iii Irelatul, in cons#-quel* v of w Iii* ti the govorntnaiit ha-? largely decreased th# inimt>cr of count u - wherein »t*# ex* #|»t»oiittt btu, kit mn as tho clin., n* *, is eiiiorm). lh# government will also lute*mPi<v fur Ireland a land pitrchas* hill aud a hiii fine vtding for Iim-mI government, beM*t#s other mea I ires design#* I to HnprOV# tm* II*.,*, rial infer* t- of In-tand. For Kugland liar# w iii Im- int i ■hIiid *1 a land ti a ti.star hilt and employ#*- liability hill. For 8* oil.rn*I measure- will tx* int tortured ta irnprov # rn# d .. tilings of workingmen and to hII>-»talc tu«* dre tcessed ooteiiLton of tits hightatids. Th# Tilling Due's N#nt«nee. Pavis, Fell. lf.- Til# government has #f»s-ciried that u|kui tho amugiimeot of th# Due <!'4)rlrattj» to-morrow bo shalt ••** s*iit#ne»sl t*i two y,*ai^’h’ imprisonment. Att *r tho #.i-t.-u< # r- )itx>no >ne«sl Pr«-id**ut Carnot will pa* don iii# royal pi honer, at th# same tune Ord#* tug that he I*? conducted to the lr* a tier. es is 1st is! to I’rrfto slit* to slavery. I’li rsf.i ho, Fell ll A s|*e**i;jl di }>at h ta 'Fi# Tim#* from Footplate, Pa , says- llnliort ftasg* ii. a German of Ik-uvei Fall-, Pa., commut'd Mil* hic lien* last night. By men* of a razor he I mb hen d himself in a (mu rib]# manner, fie cut a deep gash hi Ins f I.j •    . two in * a< h a. iii nn*l one iii each leg II# is tu-hm d to Inn e been sJightly «lciii* af I hut ins Icttcre to the public ai# welt word* I oral ♦ lei,1-in ? i deft that h«' was an edu ,*n*d man. Ho came lie tx* af#ait a week ag**Hiiii #-* ur<sf »*.<*rk in th# Kenny foundry. He I- I#-!<«*’vtil to L* a F- * ;. Ii I, ii-- in Ona of hi- J"ftc»s lie says bls heart i- toll of fit tort y find ruttier than I*# a slav# for either his ti u * •* I - or c»e*-iiM#- he would die. Ho leaves a w idow and three children who r #-»<!# ai Beaver J’al •*. \ aleiilines. Im-[HOVetl line of LaeeN alentineH, Love s Arrows \ alentiiies, Novel t\ \.'lieut lues, Sachet N’aief.tines, Comie \ aleiithies, blite ( ani ('oniies, Trade (’Dillies, IWtrait ('oinies,Sharp I kil ts, 11 it-Yin-hard \ ttleli-tiin's, Fault hinders, Long Jokers, (’haiij'eable ( oinies. I Iaiidsoinely Kin bosset I Valentine Envelopes. Fine assortment (iolden (leinsValeiitincs. Valentines with choice and desirable verses. We will sell the choicest designs ever offered. Don’t tail to examine. KIM E STORK. BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTIIINti. BLACK WCEBTES MW SUITS I $25 REGULAR PRICE $30. BUSINESS SUITS! $13 AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 PIR CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT.$3.7*>and UPWARD. 7 'n sr jn i< t m yo n! until Feh'y. 15th. E, A, SALYER, •»;*i 4 KATKA!* A VENTE. I he 4’«tlf«*n fnda-tty. AN ASifiN4iTON, F* b. I! Th# < -of I • *n ran his of th# department of agriculture (or Febru-nrygiv#! • .ii estimate of lh# |<r< ;«.rtion of the trop whicli tai* l#ft th# phi ob* I iou. lh# <i»nv,li«UiUoii makes 90$ p i c»*id., (ca' mg *, lh |•«*» rent, -till to go forward and aloud 9 U IO of th# crop hw th"r«*foi # I JC#!# lejMj: l* i J in sighr. or is in o.iall -fto* k repoth-d u, t|„* ha od *«i < xm miry tn#i < huit- or rn iran it. More >11.1 Mamti go Out. Nash ta, N. IL, Feb. 11.—Th# JKJ em-} Joy CS hi the cariling room of the .Nashua company yesterday joined th# -ti,ting mu Jo spurners an*l weavers in a demand for restoration of )»oy. Th# mule spmn**r- aud weavers met yesterday and rej#ctfd the agents' prof ton! Don ta return ta woik at th*; reduced wag#* )>en*img arbitration. 'Hid lunk* s th# outi*»k more gloomy than ever. LADIES! It v*di w tnt an rah)’ and Comfort aillt* shoe, with ti heavy nolo, one that will € attaghan Surd f *•> Ll ta-1. Pitts av no, F#b. 11.—A spe**ial to Til# Times from H*xitbial#, Pa , viys; Hon. Edward I alin 'ban was arrested here y*-t#rdav on (Jinjjil Ma der Woiluiian PowderlyN war-rant fr#-criminal libel. Bail wa# not ask#*!, as Mr. Caliaglian as-ur#*l Wi# sheriff that ho waukl be at Scranton for a hearing on March 4. Mr. Powderly want# HO,UUU damage#. Til# Hid I aith Good Enough. San r wan two, Feb. I! Hie veto ow the question of revi-i'm of th# oonf*~euou of faith wha a wax tai en by the prrebylei r of San Francisco Uo-t October aud uhu h resulted against til# revision was recomideied by the presbytery yesterday. The ballot again resulted agaiu-t th# revi-ion, the vote lxmog ‘fl to 225. k#**|> your feet iiry ami warm, ^c*t a pair of I). Armstrong k Co’s II mil Welt, common st* ii sc; shoed. Thev wiil please von.-- SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I 3 Ct ntre Stceet. VV J ATt’UEsk JtWELKY, Buy the Aurora Railroa*! Watch Be ria: ring a *i>e**ialty. k r. Staid. Si K. I tun! VV Frnuk TM. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, gie Central Avenue st. A COMI'LETK LIKE OF HOUDA Y GOODS 304 AIAIX stki:»:t, Uppratte Iroquois Hotel. F or call at ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: February 11, 1890