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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. uEPRESENTATIVE PUSINESS HOUSES N. Y., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1890. OF DUNKIRK.. PIIOFKS1IONAI, NO. 8. T KOI I'll, M 1) .1, t MACHINE rullliK ihT M! v i" the latent audition to the Mtcbaninal Department o( Dunkirk Printing Companv 4 LEXAKDBB'S Coal and Wooil Yarn, 7 n Avenue, opposite Nickel i ol Hartl anil Soft Coal. Lumber. Shingle, and Luth Iree loheited 'or wholesale low U. MANN, Practical Plumber, Gas and Filter. Special attention riven to Sanitary I'mmbmg given on r-lnmbing, uas Heating and Hot Air f urnaceii a i. Third street. R. Plusirint, ami Sin-won. Olltet oipr Lyuu'8 DriiR stoic Ui ai'leui t.Untial Telephone 11 may bp li ft at I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEiNT Wantnl at i Traveimjt BIK Pai stunlvWoik Mm I arranud Quick SellMK Nut NKI, N JAS, O latent r, .223 and ISA Centra! Ave Artistic Photographer. Instantaneoui ol Babies a specialty, situ re nceu not wait lor except lor babies. BDIDEOT-jAMKg iBVtNO, VtO- 13 prittor. No. Ifl K Second street near Bui- laio.treet. Dunkirk. N. T. Mu- nc. Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles Orilors promptly attended to. All wort guaranteed. OOBCHKK'B CKOCKKRV HOU82, Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Im.iortcd and Domestic China. Glassware. Ac. H. HARRIS. 221 Central Gen eral Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire i vour reliable Heal Loans nexotiateU on property. Ife in the Kutate HOTEL, Kates. per day l.ivery and lioaiding stable in conneition Victor Uidtr, 3.19 and Lion tttrccu SITT UAKBEIC SHOP Nagle, Prop., der Lake Shore National Bank, corner Center and Third streets. A fiuc of Foreign and Domestic cigara. V. SS8 center street, Iractical borse-shoera. Particular attention paid to interfering Shoeing ol ronil trotting horses a specialty. 1 Larzest Daily In tbe Count} An unoritmllf il advertising mi'ilinoj V.AXUUKUYS SCIILME, HE UNFOLDS HIS IDEAS ON POSTAL TELEGRAPH THE VHthou h to employ a lew Indus on salmi to tiki II" n J bonus A MONTH vvorki fir 1'tisons rt ferret] who can In.rse and i ur uliok time lo Hie bunlntss Span may bt. profit it in us in to o. Mi .hlv employed also A few jnd Lines II JOHNSON St Kitlunon I, V I. for Iti lit or Sale. lOllee CO! Ill 1 lltu.il sell on uis% tirius Martin Ileatci L.I ;rm Htnni r.a i ts II Hill >ni< i c r DITNKIBK ENGINEEKINO COMTAJiT. tiTu-erly sellow A Popple Manulacmrors oJ Kuginea, Boilora, PulleyB, llanKOrs, etc. Patterns, torKiiigB, Cutinga, anil Maclnuo Work to order. yvrJfKtKK SHIRT CO., 20S, 205 and ST, tenter street, Manufacturers of the "Cromwell" anil "Dunkirk" perfect lltting Shirts. On sale in all leading furnialnng, Glothm( and dry goods houses lu Dunkirk. D r. TOOMET, _ _ U4 and 4SU Lion street, iJoaler in Klour, eed, Baled Hay, 1'Iiou- phateii, etc. Kstablithcd, 1S77 SPRING 1890 WAIT FOR riie Serrlo., He ConlU b. Te.t.d WJlli d 'Wire PoBtnl Cle, With Telegraphy u, be t   and leal an elaboiate statpinuit n fai 01 ofa system of ixistal tihgiaphy Mi Uunamakii said ho Had lui n tin foui bills w hull had IHH.II inti duitdmtht lionsn this stssion on tliosame subj 11 mid liu bdinul thai u wjiilil bu sut Ista t i> to b, the OXJM 11 mentl i i-sfjiblislmn; t 1 mia] h mm m iKtweeu tlio 40U fipediliveij ,tu ltd Mr Spring, r on his suit iss OPKN roMTRSION GOOD TOK THE SOCI. Mi Orosi PIIOI the lode and in rt ti rrniR to the mle permitting the speak er to tount a he aiknowledgcd that ho buns. If had bpin guilti of i Inlion on many oirasionsalid hi was rea f tost mil hup and say that hp hat! npiei dun Til n I CONSPIRACY nement of miMin IT COMES UP FOR DISCUSSION THE HOUSE OF COMMONS IN Jen lean. sy a p a dun ,ir. i the aiti .n thu majoiitv lie "ot felt tbat guilty ot tti MIC loimtij' and togiadually i u to mum an oll tbo s, M i u to smaller oth is mill, i ID m, s luiild not estabhshwl Mi U i lu i iik, i tlmt the si h, mi sh ul I I. t ml 1 01 trn ycms on I, is, d lines A sKll. Ml STAIMM, SYSIKM In ansiMH to Chan man Bingham, Mt Waniiniiilai said he did not thiiil, tlmstiMK be, stabbsbfd on the ot the mm! sfllMie Imt it loulil benoikwltonanl sniha point Hi linil nodiiiilit ILl'jIliH 'ii Mir lii lU.II would Iw si If MIS! iininn 'lh< j.ost. ilipaitmint nonld h thp ail litiiinnl di iv bnsinoes, if, 1 mrt nts on PH h l  fommitlM Ml W th ,n -lit tho esl.ibli h m nt 111 ncn busimss IKIUUP it tin fa, t that at pn si nt tin IP is n i KuaiantHe on h missals Tin siliPliiM niisn >t IT n th m ippisil on ti h npin thu dilnm nimld In' si me i Mm thai r.t missals tiansin tt. d th, guilty___ Jiijiistihable and almost nnpai donable bnai h ot duty lo Ins (onstitueiits In his opim u the lights i tliu ininoiity were ended whu it had eipusstd its opposition to a measuie had ipt 01 ded its votes against it and had pi u txsttd to thetountry Mr thp pioposed codt us Inn f a leiolutlon in pm I i in ntai i i iduit H0 dp, land that thu I1 in i p "ill it that lull s shall loii- a qnoi nm m i ommittib ol tlipwliol, woull Kuutappi. i m bills at flu mi i.k ilaliindlul if tlm in ij nity H I l .1 till Mill is is! upm ttbn.li 111, I 01 l III l.ustt inn; had binii UHiiphual to I hi hi and ulilied nith mui h em phusi t.tbi did it ,f the IOIIB bill by th> nininiti m I i thi I, at! ,1 Saimn I J Ran fall Hi hu ,1 Mi I'.and ills com s( at th it time iionll u .tin Ins mpinon with as I ng as thp of longi ess Wlllll 1 sill lilt .Mi PuTson of IlliiioK defended the pro- postdi.idj in I ai the ol inks wlm h iiould to the it) the pone, ti tain allnmillli ai Mi tf Missoiill opjoed thepio- povd in thd sjstem ot plot pduie of tin htiusi bnaiise it wus a puitlsan inuye, with a of lit pubh J.IIH "li hi I whippid tlip miiiijiity o( tin n pait) into HIP anl tompellil them lo aji- I'love th, j.i .posid new i nips Mi M, ot NPW Jpiscy the nilHs as nii to thespeakei tbe light to the i a membei, to impugn llOHOl as ,s t, IPstll.t hlS jtis nal i F. D, MATTESON CO'S ERIK HOTEL and Dining Saloon, Umoi Kauy aocubd to all trains anil bua- ineaa hotmuB. Beat accouiiuodatioim (or Coui- aiercial Travelers John J. Murphy, 1'rou EUI.ERS A CO., V7 and 19 K Third street- Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up nolBteriog I'icture frames mtetle to ordbr Lfl MATTESON VU., 301 Central traders of Fashion and Gentlemen OullUtera. II AKELI. MTEAM UEATtMO CO.. Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H UME STKAM LACNDRT. our specialties' Fine Shirts, lOc, t Sc, Cuffs, 4c, anil Curtains, tree Dehv ery. A H Cumminga, 2u7 Center street ll K. UKU11. E Third St., cor ol Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoos. H ENRY WEILF.K'S NEW STORE, Itti E Third Bt. Books. Stationery, Musical In- nery, dVve Kauera, and pertaining to a flrst book School Books a specialty, ron PRINTING ol every at I h.nest ItTlng rates by Dunkirk Printing Compaiu. 8 anil 10 K deron.l JH. TAN BCRKN ft SON, Flru Life Accident and General Insuracoa. Dcal- en in Heal Estate and Loans. 1'ann.ular attention paid to tho cnre of properl; colleut- I ng rents Ac. SI9 Center st., ind floor PHABMACT. SCO Central Avenue llaadqnarters lor Paper Paints, Oils, 4c. 3. W., Center street, Manufacturer auddcalerin Bndlea. collars, h pa, Baffulo Uoltea Kolies P1.ITMBINO. T W Murray, S17 Lion strait A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and b.u Fitting. Workmanship guar- E8CIIOLTES, 17 Fast Third street, iliionjl.le Tailor. Uenllemon will flnd it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing: elwwhcre c A fall line of all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City WAIT msdnut The iio.tmistu R, mill thought that his pinpi sitnin to u p prstal Pin) I, Um piujmstd stulie n ouil lie .llitissful In a m in v mst un s i m to I Ins woiK w nil nit hi tin HKht tluu ulil tmil n lu s now in st 11 a who uml i -to t low to woik ttliRiaph nistiimiuits flu tel he sun I ismilp lilieinl tliiin it H Hiijip Ketl to be lu thi. iimttii ofsiilaii he thought that theoixiii toi woull n ,t bf H nth mine than theoidi IPI k I- it shoi t distanpcs, he said, the rate pro- posed 1 v his bill bout the same as the un i n kei lead a dptail, d stntpiupnt iy of the and t, lajrniplnr PB. OAR1T CO., SS3 Lion street. General Hanlwure.While Painter's Supplies, Oil Cloths, Unin te Ware A lal- amaPa ntan.l Monnsj range. K ___ 3. snch blank-books, leili; all knuld ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing 8 and 10 E. Second St RDUOLPH MOLDENHAIIEK, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sts.. Detier in Granite, Marble, flagging and Build ms Stone. Call on me before buying >onr tide-walk ISLEY 7 and 9 East Front Itreet. Whisky, Wmta, Brandies. 69Leral Liquor Store for Family Use. RUBKRT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot Boaitlmg, Sale, Peed anil Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. REID, J. W., 184 Center street. m Musical Instrument, and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of first olM. makes ol Pianos and Farrand A Votey Organs, SAM J. OOTORD, 301 Central ATO. (Up General Insurance and Ecal Estate Agent. Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention gi v an to buying and sellina; Beal tstatt: ni C. JONES, J. 75 E. Third St., cor Deer. Kice'Jior Meat Market, fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages. Oysters and Poultry. W w ATCHKS, JEWKUH, AC. Buy the Aurora m speciaUy. Frank f. Stapt Kt E. Third sL M. MOCKKR, Heroowit Tailor. tie Central Arrnoe Hew Barter Shop. O. A. Hl'l.lllCI fnrnitlh in niu pier bin- has opintxl the bai m Hie l-rle Hotel He h is ciorj lor work, andcistomers mil llnd it i goo I i'l let to go for shav inir mil h ut ci ttiup r the Liqdor Habit, Positively Cured ]jo tul iPlcgii] h imp in Finland In iegu.ul to In isition to limit thu s, hpnie to ofbies Mi U unamaker was hi seMial munberior thi tomnultto to till his leasois In tlis loiitiiittt-d bi.gmmnK He rcplitil tbit his thtoiy was that oieiythmj; should hnie n beiflnmng lha 400 oftitps would IK enoivli to IK gin nith niitl the WM ite Lould lit in, iiaspd m ittion f the govpiiimint He th. thnt it should not btliltt.tli. post mist iguipialto fu iatts ft i itason tint this infill be deomti ui Mi Of tl C hlstoi sei 11 es in tho LmUd St it [uiisons bpfwtpn tin. use of the teli n 1 ngland anil this louutij toi n hat lit U-t mod six ml put posts Tlie SIM ml business fai in r npclnn 1 than in i i and IIP i onluidul that b> mt ins i.f tl IKisful the sendiiiK. I tiltniams-.f a iiatmp iioulil to a u .inlti fill txtuit in this potintty ONK J-OR FVCH OFFICE Mr WuiiHinnkoi s niittin statement con tamed an p'abiintion ot Ins views on the sub jettot postal iphr asgiunm his an Hi helieud that no additional otilit Lm itrjuiitd tor ofhieoi iluk hup One exjieit telpgiaphei he thoiiRht, could be si Itt Ud w here postal fit i ks art) ap- iH.mfpd suttluent telpgiaplnc liiLsmiss to tmpkiy the nil ot one mans time h, th this would be Imttu than to t In m in i pKulai JM stoflii t n k pin t ol tm limp and ti I, ;i 11 ,r k loi Ihe Hi i onti nditl tint tilt pjquisn of thp ]K.stal h   il said to a rppoitu that li I ill aiilhi ta- him to t onti in t with usp ,nsil le puitips to totlll....... leasts! w UPS and msti unit nt In postdllne empli.yiH's It rl lliat tip goipinmpnt build hues, noi employ new si ot nun and it dots not ,ull foi a I ii e a] p union It mil n, t Intel Wllll llIP 1 llsllliss of Hip 11 Illl tOIII is to am ipi u nl.lt exUnt I ut mil bt t I Mill, t till. )llll I l Tt pi II nit Mle h t d ti'inU H ii 1 nus in pn statp tint a i tte not to CM pid is toi 1 ,iio nulls m and unt to exiinl .Diuitsf i ne rlebatp, thp hou se mac rnidami with a ipsoltition olk'ipd li> M 'I'll to-diu O clock took a II Balfonr Hea for Him with "I r Julm aiiikr H Oovei I'uitipll Oovernuiont of redlble MHUIIIIVKS LONDON In the II.HISP mous -vistuday Su ilLiam i u ,n 11 conit intiod ted a motion Hint 1 h. I inns m publishing the fo.ged it ,s guilty of a bioa.h of v l" In supp.it til bl, miilim, hi. Inland that the of t-on, ,-u e of a IheUtUisHu, h.'tisf tlunfuie Jim iiuliln dei it imp, ssd.le f hm, to se oil, udmitt.d t.ij, in, Iths I n sdio iMsisufaitiiii ot thu IKS had bit n tPid i, III Sl'l 111 HI lilst IISS 1 ll Pill 11 1111 th Tllfc fill SENATK In tlie st unte yes Iniiiti. mil bill w is TUI thu ton- Uklalioma bill was bl telly a lion uot belli., taken on morning houi the stnatp piswd tliet ot (.pit am sett lei s thi sinal, I II f, on the publi liunK 'I IIP llklah >ma bill was again taken up tht, pending Ijoing the umemlmuit of No Vans land in tl M pi i J! i st IP an ai gmiieiit m 01 tif th imt ndmi ut Mi Plait saitl that Mi was t, his dpsirp to SPP the hei ,kM ou lit I im., the (JMahoina lonntiyai No Man s I and to stttlemeiit H I'tlititd that tho outlet would be opened a thi pi t suit session of ttmgipss but when tha wasdont it would lie time to tnllt of mi Hit ing it and No Mans Jjind oicluh ,111H Mi the iimendniuit II bilni I h.ntiu thit tbe hii okie tilth sin ul I In thi i ali tinli il tln> dirl not i ept JlJfianau lot it 'Hie ]xiln of tjiidpinmiiT ludi land h 1 lie st 11 timed so as to t tlie diiisiun ol th iiou lill He I all nipnibtis that i l.ianl tin i t nith tht tin ust of thi poison d w up, iu, .Sn lolm I I oi-st said that thp time fo ait ion had passi I pi sent tniu 'is m, st iiioppoilmii. ant! hp thiilon mon d that tin h iiise uliisi to, ,nsi loi llui 'lit t s motion Mi Gladstone siitl th, otrense t f 1 he 1 imp against tho h.tiM had n >t bun pinBid by th, tin pjppi btion tin, loiiimission wjs sin pi is d thit At'iiiuir Oi in in 'I -ti i shoi Id he ma IP the iphi IP t sm 1 an Iliptoi0'eii s wen-a tons) nn, mst Mi I'aini II lliej iiould hint PI! m ]ii liti, il diath t i him il th hiui loen silt itsst nl, and also would lint y the whole Iii-h nation This he sail i-as the Hi st t hum e the lnuis, indhidr. its iiuliniiatinu und this imp was th n hue most oppiitiim II, did .t Wish til h, somi all in but tiustetl th.it tht house 11 less us full stnse ol DIP mjiistui' d, ni itu BAI HH.H 111 is IMI uti Mi Balfoui dctlared Hut the (hat Tb lilies had ititlu n. i 1 the if til. lii.nse was tahnniu jMr I aboiuheie said he n is sin piisi-d it the piltiy ainiimintsof Messis (Joist hal si WOMKt TIIK 001 Mil ninth tlm weiuelntid oipi a itai 1 hi Indies assumi il t stats on Hi lotnul that tluu tin lion hn u m 1111 d un, h ifl d foi tin Iii nuntlis md thiMbue. t no Hi, u b, i il, 'intn i i I Hi, 1, n ti >ns m, ml., DIP >mi ll llu IP wisn Hun lontintim .n ih, pait t i i ih, I in Ic Avinii n stir H.R i IHI i Mi William Olin n hus ttik, n st to I" It a t ,n against Ml .Smith "n Iw..... ol th. ot Mb, I he lihiiiish iiool si mninjj A RKLTGroUS FRACAS. PROTESTANTS MOBBED BY OATH OLICS AT HULL, QUE rmnirellnn st.m.d nild Flrpri I by Hie Touijh and Nnmbrr o Tli..n> Madly Indignation Among Woniiin Com nilln Solcld. at FA 12- Ihe.-m of Hull n.-rxv funn hero, tlw m-mie oT notjiuvei ohrou 1th luue foi mi I a b, a, Q, ti ust onti oiling the pn. llu tutu I'll, amolmt t HI eien (Inn en it, It Hi inian ban! I i to 1IU1IU1.P HA IDINHIHJU 1 In- N .lit, nil it nun I s It hal linn pimtd thit I m, U.piovnlo willi bank his funilj witliinUii Iht thin, kpes had bw d with the loss of th.-ir land id ha 11 pen ft iiitful of i il results HIM ofthpintoiioi had quote th ,t the C hi i ikpp had no title Mi Jones dtnied the insinuations mide b1 tloiii-iismij.pl sand by Mi DinveH Hi dif mi d the Uhtiokee ruiiimismnii am 1 thif the tailmo ol thpn mission du tn infii interest it was tliat tho laur should n ,t IK, sold tt. the eminent I'l itt said that it the Indians took thi pisiti >n L i kill by tha tattiempii that thp> tht u lands to the Stitx- it till thui tbtii 1 met, should be takei fr ,m thpn] Mi Tiller supported the amendment be- tnuse he thought time ought to be a govun nt 01 i N, Han s f and Jit ltipilKoipw.il the am. ndnipnt TV width MJKM ltul tiat tsof terntiii} un liti tu i it, iiul goipinnipiit wind I di'l wid, 11 om iihat had heietofon pnqiei fumtionsoftei i lU i ml gt liniment ami btsidet, there, wa' uo mttsMty tor establishing a tuuturm goi, i mm nt 01 er No Man s The bill mnt OVPI until to-mon 011 without tti in 01 niutii Iment The 11 alt then to .k up the bill a, I Mi Him itsiimtd his speech in sun poi tof flu bill Without p.nthidmg h Mi lilair Titldod to a motion to pio !pd to pxitutiio buslines, and after a sec lit thp s, n it 5 10 adjoin t fire delneij 1.) IH? op, i nut pioiide THE DAY IN CONGRESS Democinfs Secure H Vlilnrj In nthrr n.islii.ss tcirlai tho ,f V ABHi.isTHim w. DAMES' man iKcirn. it can bo given In cup of cofTeo or tos OF In Beta; d food, without tho knowledge of tho per- taking It; It Is absolutely harmless ana will S "d cure, whethei moderate drlnkeroi an alcoholic Addiesslnconfldenoe, SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rsct St. Cincinnati C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 ST, 1IUFFVIO, N. Clooln, Silverware. Lntther mrr.j A COMPLETE LINE OP HOLIDAY GOODS 3O4 MAIK STBEnT, On oalte Iroqnois Hotel. Mi mini n lallttl iij) the pi op, SPI] (odu nf i ults ami otrtndn it solution pioudingthat gt iiei aldtUite shall i lose at 1 o i loi to tlav and that altei dpliatt until i (lie hit immik i ule the piei ions quest ion sh ill 1, loiisd wed as iiidtiid at 4 to Uu Pmttsts inutlt a nnist p ittins; oil il, ,i Bllil, boiroilpi lint Hithout mail an 1 Mr Can Man i tl, luuul, d the pi, iions jn stii n Kip il In ans u.tel afilmst thp its niund nnd tt nis i PI, ted li> an im MI helm- mg ott 1 tils .K IIHIsl-ll ill Spi iinmolnltly tlaimpl the Hwi but Mi Cannon tit lined to lit Id it Mr aimon thin tallnl loi thp on hisfitiiiund lo, thi n is tpits i ,n A luHuiint numliet ot n in Inn, failid to i ise to pntoi i e tins i! man.! limn 1 appl mse the DtiiiiHiatii suit) tht spcakii so announ, td Mi (aimoiithtn yielded tlw rtooi to Jit Spnngtr i ft as, ho said that his eoljeapi.e (Mi Spnngu) wa.s m ihaigeoi tin testilutit.ns [lAughtci 1 The Dumnunts tvero jubilant oiei thiir iuti.iv nnd Mr w.is gitetpd b_, mam of his col- t.s IK mi, 11, i bai ol th, nt w todp Mi nfli-itd a itsi'ulion, which was. ntl, i ltd without objpctlou plovidmg that gi'iipiiil 'hili ptiKotxl until ad- jojinu tut tt-dav attti w huh the rode shall be ponsttleipil nutlet the Hi e minute l ule until 01 lot k Tilda} when the pi ei loub question be tonsidpictl as> ouleied Mi C annon cros-sod 01 ei to tbe Dpmocratic tiulltnhiirgr Racei NlwVonK, Tib Follow ing aie the testilts at (Juttt'iiljutg yttsttti! lu-st, Sun Lmo soioml, fall time 1 is hi i ond iu, P sdling i Ronm Mull I ass llnid Harwotxlnist Djnamito thud time I Ihu I in silling iii., tmlongs Marty I! lust Lu k tuiio sHond, Jay thud lim nil 1 use mile Elm hist ii, nil Amalgam thud, time I tfli lap thp JPI-SPI ri] 1 I Hi mile, H .val Uaiut ml 111 mm thud tniu I Win   d at Wostport Friday night last I pon fully lecmeuug tons, lonsnesi, Floj d made a statemr nt to the shei iff that ho wa.s that ha knew tht niuuleier's i and thnthewi, B foi mer fai in hand r lontl bj, him I IIP piisonei says hn has .ikul the I loj ds but claims that be was nut lit and tan piove thnt be uttind lailnlim show at Kpesi illo Fiid 11 niklit mi I tlioie homo iiith a fuendimme tliatili aftd the pei fin tiiunte He bear a itputation ami as, fai as known bas lit i PI IK in an uled Iwfoie Many are in b the njht man has been cap- s of Ins alsi omli Mi said that as The 1 imps Iia.1 assisted the ROVCI nuipiit to pass an inlam ms asm e tbe hi ear h of pimlege was an'iunst lit use is well as against Mi Pni mil MH PAHTFII ins BniAi c Mi 1'ai in II said the house thought it neiissinyto nuiiiiii) tan InMj nnd at gnat li Infoio o-artiDK a foi abicmh of piniliv Uhy' lu. uskid di I not the ,it giant the ttmnuittoe ol weusU-dtoi it to prim the Ipttprs loigei its within bom s{ sin nld ni'vii drtoi mum! not to sulimit ton tiuil but that 1 lonsidiiptl it to disi OM i fiomwhat souiraThe limps olitamed the lottcis We asked toi a selp, t u.mnnttpe bei.uisn tliat was flu- onh nipthod to comix! Tin limes to dnulge thi sourte of the Iptters As tills IP quest ipfiLspd we aie not lilam il.lp f, i the delay But who is to 1.1am Innjou answpi that >ou H anted to usu tin Ipttus as a polltu al engine nit nimg thi weia toigod 11 noti You viw that it is imposnhle foi us to pi me the foi gt iv and mettnu bile the lettei-s wela usitul to i m electionb "iNCRl-Dini K MEANXESS "I am the Ipadri of a pal ty th it m is m the mmoiitv hue, but I should 1 to tipat tl B most powu fill of mj opp neuts with tho intredible riip .v hit hi have been tipated If the hitters were foiled hmu tho I'lil.mlst. ONbl.v. lib JU ''ninth, laiti k i I ana, tt, lill the i a. nn v th ,t andu ,igs lla, I mo nsi pi s U id u and i ,1 n, llt ''I Hi Um msls 1 i a i I Mi I ail i i Smith to i I 'lomuini nisi lo, h A-imall bniulo lists ft mn i hul THE SUGAR .Imljte O P.ilcn CASE iiinii0 DetltlpH In I of tll( .Ni.llh ItUpi K iFWii.itK mi In, I a is..... in theiipplu a ion ,1 tin up, Umi Siij.ui litlimiiK t iimp my nnm thp stin'iii tnist f, i an ininni tin. tiusl lion, piniiuj mi bl ought In till III HIM 1 U.TIII a iii-pai tut i ship ut t limit t UK that dnidinds otliPi nmmb, is nl the 11 usi but withhold fi om tin .N, i ih Hup, ilas 'itiidissihul beianse ,t (llls, IndKi O Hi n n stiu-. in hisopm, .ntlnit tlm that Ih, tiusl igiipni nl Ottanunoeatt itked In a honling mob of lipuilj a tbousanil Pielit h I anudrniK who veie aimed mill itiioUpn, rfint (finis, sluU and stones Tlie utmn.lvtl till Ol) SPI lotihly ll m-, that in linml.Pi in. indini- loin 01 (heladies, Miine tmiPHM. aim mm id thnt HIPI hold. itednlm. si olus Th.n nut nainod thntsei ions tioubli. "OIllJ 1 suit usitudtnat last and IIPRUU rp Ilki m SUM ,sma small mission hall In mi .tin i pom utj a tiond nf HIP l. si u-i-s m ilio .n, ton0ifkateil and m u heil thiou.h HIP slnvts ai mud mtli lemliiis (-mis nnd Ih, i loiitl m u asnd in nuitiliei smith ,-rwit inpi.liti until tin Ihe stioel I I of Iho missim hall nheu.rrtln ili.usand fluids in human toim uond, I about the building, KHVUIIIIK ,n the little band inside l w, an 1 Lno aldpi mui who tnpd to ndth ssthd tit.ul wtit. sttmptl and vuoiislv njinml 1 ho appi ai in o of one of thp lists nt a nns the signal loi a "t sloim of list UlP tl Ust in Iii ills panl amounts to a taiiKd 1.) tin )l Lhotlllst i PHI hi, i sluj ,11 ,1 lmlBi to I ti nn m then du isions against It is tine nail, us aimot lLKull) f.....i a 10 nil 11 nu ship and tins fait is upt t, lui 1 11 t hat no a, t of tlm :o pn tm i ship mil bn by tln> "nils hut Un, tsiiiomoiH hhoiild the dp. isi m against Iho tins! rxiKiistiunid Iiv om t it 11 ill not allp, t sm h isdiiidpnls .....ileuses, dictls ,u mioli UK thud paitits, m.uip iluiniS thu ii'imd Ihe pi i sent suit Mm .fine liu-s u nlid basis of a.tiou md Ihu m l, m ,e- thw tinsl liom of any nopuij m whu h Hit. N, ,th l( mpmyr lasan iiiun st sh >nld But lenduy tbo riiusim of the suit the Hist should I u all .11, d to lontinue its iili laiyluisiiush )iaiinK tin i len Is and making nth disl.iiisf mi nus as aieiiipimd by then busm.s-s bung piuiin! 1 only hum dispos- ing Ol till plopulv 01 assets themsillis lha ot Jiiiduitls h, neiei should take plu e only on unisint ot Ihaioiiit m tn del to make sine that sn, h nls me I not ttdsstiu anl do ml tienili upon stints hiiuti nits made loi minions mid doors HUB di ,md mob nislipil m Hiinx 101 oh us ami shot um and Inn sttiiiiv, Six of tho band m. hiding two lu.lus, win SKiiously iiiiiiii'd, the test psinped tlnoiiKba bl k nnidow and bent a hllMy ivtrent to Ottaiia 1 he rxmi renro tnniemloiis iiwnt hui, ami Ihe piompt m linn ol Ihp pnllio alone pieveiiUil an aimed I'l. lesliint fiom this titi i nm p on the Pion.h umidiaii- -.tnltv llnontuiKp 'Ih, mattpi will be up m ptiliiimint tiwlny 01 dels to tm u out ut a momtnts n itnu to pieipllt fiulliei tioulilp KRIE STORK NBl'W FOR 189O. ChDico aii Ezpts in amuss ui, jou lul frankness to say so I moie to jiliite th word'foigpd More the noid 'httois' >oui amendment Mi H Smith, on behalf of thenho goveinmpiit paity, expipsspd sntisfuct, that Mi Paiupll hail pioied the lottus lo and t onsentnl that Ihe jid foi 'ii shoultl be mst.1 ted te Sn HiiHotift's motion was I hi ileiterl and the amindment in iidoidm, with Grists moli m to letusi to to Ml, adopt ,1 SALISBURY ATTACKED. ml Granvllle Premier1 .hind t tllltd at New Orle OKI FANS Tpb rape jester- dai J4 milp Tommy R hist, Bai-ney Lee serond Llda L thud Spi end lace, mile Tom Karl first, Jim Reed set ond, .ittel third time 1 (ti rhiidiate, mile MaikT fli-st Hai tei set ond, Fu moiit third Foin th tare fii-st BuiUpi I fill longs Maiihburn set ond, Pi itt hett thud time, Typhus on SlnphoaiH Nrw VOKK Feb !J redont k Gunther, n ho aim ed I loin Antwerp on the steamer Vaeslaml on Fib has Ufn found to be suf- finnn' tiom typhus fever He has been taken to a hospital This is the se ns mission to tho pope and dpini ndid u IDW nhy no mention w is made in th ueen s sjieech of the spppial Pninell tomnus on I out Sah-l.urv dnfended tbe. nnsnon o immons to the atit an as ne, es-.ni in 01 d laiiaiigB qu, stmns lelatmo to th :atns of Lmholi.s m Malta Ctmiunmg he PoitiiKiitso disp t, hiBho snitl tilt lo I Quid (mil 11 lien tho neie th n oitugal had U-PII fipqn, ,itlj warntd thai wus impossible fo, IJiiglaiid u tept ilamis upon teniloij 8i l Parly rnitlpi Hi itish pioteition 01 to ppi nt PmtiigupsBsittl, i u nt m th" Mine ills u toi N} assalan 1 Moipoier, Foitugnl hu 1 sen gntn ti iintlustand tint England p ,n! itallow native within the pnitr to be raultd with mipuiutv 1 lie rament that the expitiseof dujsiie plomatit piessuio was the vuj taki m the ultimate inttipsts ot Poi nd of humanity He letu nil MPHI'IV nine in Ii 11 u d ai d pi edii te-1 I h it of that com, rj wtieiontimitdhaimmv and good n ill would to tustio, (Pd among the dtspite the geneialions of dtvoil GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS The Hr.t Day in an Hot to Tome f .t Feb scenes at- tending the opening of parliament ytstudjy and the promptness with whichseveial mem bers of the inliodueed motions de signed to embanass tho goiernment and cause tlio inunsti y to explain many thiriES concerning which the-r would rather be betoktn a seaion of unusual extito- ment and publu That the queen s speech was flamed wlth lllflumlclllg the electioiu, necessary to fill the existing ia- cancies and also with an ejeto of a general election nas manifest fiom the beginning of its dehveij bj the lojal com- musfflon, bin it is not apjxuent that any ail- vantage in that direction was secured The only really new featuies piesentM by the royal address are the creation ofadepait- ment of local goiernment for Ireland, the betterment o other A NON PARTISAN BILL. It In raioied by the 01   and i, ,tiv 1 ihi i ,1 it-it, p utup till" pllsPIlt sllll ll..... ul Um Iho it stu I, HI, ih, I i) l at Allimii tint t will miu fai 01 H sihi m, by thn manarfpiiipiit rf tlielin fund is to IIP P iitisaiione SI I nns and isliington hue niadi, puitisan ,N u, I will I ll e I in if iNi n oik m il, -a puiti sun ioj ,1 '111 to Ml ion islfd ol H, Kipl.li an'- S, 10 1 huts mid lab, i mi n 'Ihe lulling H, nl In ms i I the ut, aie opposed nth. tat, sum, sp ,p, m .sill I Hi i dill, m to tbt rimini-.., .11 Ihe i. poit is lyml Iiv I him Knot Vst ,i A M.oie A Uhltn 11 111! M I'l 1 us A iisoluliin was tlfucd mdoismg the ilivis st t f ,lh m pit i, ..tini! ntfiiinst the mpt t i inn! P the eiiti ,SB a pint is in thc to thp us o, iKiined m th, lull SUICIDE AT BATAVW A PiolmlilT Bf- t IIIKB I'amllj Iroulilrn HirAitA, N Y, u Mi. HiiMii.ii hnlPRll ir.i tonnmtt.d sn, i nip by shool ing IIP, self on Monday mKht Shotlipil ipstudnj in ,1 nuig at, '14, u MIN Haiden hiiilon Suith ntns-t with h.-i husband and illiam Umdlli Id, a luotlii i Mi-s HnnltMi, bus in it viislhntnt about l, ,0 oiloi k un Monday nielli IIP told liiHinlp that hi m to liiadtltldstoi time, und Ilien put on his hat and tient out His seeimd itmnikably asant and ngiwabU) 11ml dm, in-ill into nnothi'i m a .banI o pr hi i hind ami her bus liand Ho had no siioiipt tliedooi thin he and liindli. Id heiinl two shots n v iiislndont and lound Miu Hayilui lung tipoi Ihe gioiind, with n bullet h m he" tin, snow )iueil Hith blood Iho first shot stluck a shntl on the eastern pint ot the house This to the suuiiosi litui I hill slu. hid Hut 111 ml hu liiinluml 'Ih, i PI oh i r h.id ITI-II pi. op bvuMi IhiooploHi.tlinnvand UN kind i- not known Tim bnllitk me Ihe m illye lot tho MIH idc is not iltlltnuli knoiiii rxiino Illinois Imia il that 'he an, hit hiihbnnil quaiiPlpt] on themenmg ol th, irmip, otbus that it was for lm hotiiuse of family tlonl.les M.s Hnirliii was vparsof age and IIWIPS U side hPi Imsban I, a family bild t n A hokl a Elegant Assortment. Nobody need bo diaappoint- d, nltliough some people are lien they don't receive a Viilfiitine, even it be only a oniir. DDN'-I let this terrilile eclinjr strain the affectionate uiiuls ot jour DKAR friendH. them it Valentine of some shiil put the price low n so all can be rciiiem- leretl We're Iluadciuartera, >iid wlnit you eannot find iciv won't lie worth looking o! (ienm of love, nd Lace Valentines, Cupid >arl Luce Valentines. Im- line of Liu-eValentines, Arrows Valentiiit'H, Novelty N'lileiitinos, Swbi-t N'alcntines, Comic Valentines, Klite Caid CoiuicH, Trade Portrait Darts, I fit-Yin-hard Valen- linesi, Fault Finders, Long JokciM, Changeable ConiioH. irandsoinely Embossed Valen- tine Km elopes. Fine assort- ment Golden UCIHHValentines. ValentineH with choice and deniable We will sell the choicest ever offered. Don't tail to examine. KllFK STORK. Miller the K-s.luLi m md 1 ,t iih< in fliv n nf J llH l JUMPED THE THACK. Itnlf a hu ill lining 01 u Ih. i it n-i, Mtlioul iiai ninj; tl p I iy t oar Iii Iv I- I i 1, l A llsaMl His- T 1 i lay n (hu V, INK M II i Jim. 11 n mihs-s i, tins 1 Pa, t mi lais up hud to nlii i n I nl n i said ih ii six 51 oifcbl p. rs ,ns ait- h .luintit k amed in this iias tin nnd n n i The uispoltli Him nlnistln spumi- the il ill a iv iil.s liu t n an 1 n, f ,tht i t noun it issai 1, litnllv An aiiMlli u j ho-s lilt h, i to lu ng the lonntl 1 t. tins plai p A Rnlibu C Pi ATTsm mj N Y lib in M, house ahitftti who buke into the, Dilawup ludson at ohr, s nuMJiPui Islam! ,pk and stolp s, nip mon and ti I of ailloa I it, ki'ls was itu-lpil lietphsl dpi 11, ,1 h IP ti im M ,nt j a Imgits nuniliti of ner k ues and ladies watt hes weie lound in his os-session. IIOIIPI s (Hllpiutolld .111.1 will m.pipst to moriow moniing For HI. iiFsrt'R Fib U-Alnnm v lo jail f loin with assault in the Hist fogm, m u his wile JUs slat.- th ,t on Siniduv Jan M dinnk ti .in tiro of the teapot and almost m, to vomit frp, I) and svmploms VIPIP whu h m si mdiiatx that 1 IIP tea had bppn Di MMIIII piinumiiKdllM symptoms to those p. und piisriibori for th. sir 1 woman whore life was savwl by iniiiiip IK tion Di Mann that oil of lu the p isou iivd Tile I'm cry Itlmdrr Tilul Hot Ht si Lit N Y Tel, K mun mire m thp Albion i mrt i I ix th tiulnl I.inniyfoi Allx-il (jinnes ti-sllli I as t I w oids that pas In, n mnidi.iivl (..ill iHloie ho stl n i l blow John hip, af HIP dtu I w iu rxiininipl i wrll us s.n pi il ofhr i oiunt mln. ,s s I i, -t.vl th u inscal p in ,Jp fullso d Jh nuns A knliv s, v i-iuliitlui Hitni'ssi, thpii pximinrd lij thud f i om t adjoin ned Rpvolntiot, YORK, leh IPS] to a nil fm HIP formation of a i, 1j tht s l.ioAiiiPii an in this si ly< M Dip. ,v Alfxaiidei S BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING. i REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS! ANDlUPWARD. OVERCOATS! REDUCTION. TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT 75and UPWARD. AT 20 PER CENT. l E. A. SALYER, !1II FMKA1. E A Si tlUe Selth-d HAVTN, Teh IJ The stnke jf at Mej pi Sti S, s fap- n) ha.s been amicably aptlled nnd the ilsipsumed woik today I hoy m i ppt one- all the rpiliiftion fust pioposidand thnhrm jree to lun thp iiiathmev B pu tpnt faster nd to submit tht question of thr pom) nKiry fliefit to a tifei of the i inplni Applleatlon for a New Tilnl. PLATTsm. Rf) N Y.rvt, ir a new tn il Ins IKWI niade m Iho  V U alhonn, A Dana Hon utl .Indffii Ainoiix, E Stanton, ne> and olhiiK, a mmting was P da) atwhith aliovu iininnl and th, WPIP icpiespntnl and u soripU wasf M iv as pii'siduit U H Mr I) pi i; (J in lai 3 and W j-1 The Ontlot.k Mormon'. SAITjjAKE ClTI UtJlh, li dent WrKxlnifT of the Muimon plim, h mleivitw said rtsult of tbo (ilr.tlon would have no effect on t he Moi mom c-xij.pt that they expor terl their taxes would lw They also expect that tho ,tile lule will piove s-uch a bud eontiriBt th former tule that in a nhoit time the petiplp will glad to i eturn to the Moi mon systt m of economical and honest government All talk aliaut the Uormotw having the count i v is unfounded LADIES! I urn wiint un ens) AIH! cnniforl- 'ililr slioo willi i soly, one Ihat will No Ire trop on TV Y Feb li- rttiemely _ _ f ptoictdmtrs until tliernuit of a.s to tht i .nstitnt, ,nalty of ele, ti ic He u, ui lie uttd ilnrinir thn woot Upper HurUon yesteiday, caused the ii-e men to abandon all hope of KettmK a frolll the or ttm Miawn mtcndeiit Kmr k- "'dr   will please yon.____ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, For Finest Wall Paper call at M onroe s. LWSPAPLRl iVSPAPKRl   

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