Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 12, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 12, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1890. NO. h. B HEP RESENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES  —?» OF DUNKIRK. ANEW KIXINU MACHINE for ruling • ll kiixtc of blanks ii Un* lato-t »i<litiun Ut the Mechanical Iicpartincnt of Dunkirk Printing Company. A UK YAND KR’* Coal ami Wood Yard, TW C«ntral Avenue, ounutute Nickel Plate All grade* of Hanl and Soft Coal, VV hj4| Lumber. Shingles ami I.atli.    f ree iebv    Corre*|H«ndeuce for wholesale lot* loUutad. ALEX. M. MANN, Bractea! Plumber, Gas I ami Steam Kl tier. ripens) attention given Ut Sanitary Piuuibiug KhIjmale* given on Plumbing, Ga* Kitting ’-team Heating ami Hot Air Furnaces. 17 k. Third street. II IC UIPFUKl), rn ami *» Central Ave. Artistic Plmtograplier. I moan lane! »u« I'm.togr* pint of Itabics a * pert ally. Sitter* need not wait for atinshine except for balnea. Book hinoeky-Jamka Irvino, Pra- pnetor, No. 16 K. Hecond street, near Buffalo street. Dunkirk, N. T. Magazine*, Music, Kau) pltleUi, dc., Ism lid in all stvlea. Orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. B CIU HK KVM CKOCKEKY HOUHK, IWN Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and domestic China, Glassware, Jkc. Cl HAM. H. HARKIN, X*l Central Ave. Gen / eral Insurance, Life, Accident and Cire. Before traveling insure vour He in the old reliable "Travelers*.M Ileal Kvtnle Agent. Loans negotiated on property. CillAl’TAiyi’A HOTEL, j    Kales,    $)    per    day. Livery and Boaiding Stable in connection. Victor Hider, SSS and 337 Lion street. / HTV HA HHK It NII OF ly    Cha*.    Nagle, Prop Under Lake .Shore National Bank, corner Center ami Thin! streets. A Sue stock of Foreign and Domestic Cigars. / ION KLIN * SON, VV    .'CVI    center street. Practical horse-** hoer s. Particular attontton paid to interfering horses. Shoeing of road ^tsi trotting horses a specialty. J JI MKI HK EVENING OHS*. It Vt It. I .argent Daily In the County. An uiMM,nailed advertising niediuui. Dunkirk engineekino company. Kinrerly Mel lew A Popple. Manufacturer* of Unglue-, lunier*, Pulley*, Shafting Hanger*, etc. Patterns. Forging*. Casting*, ami Machine Work loonier. v vl'NKIltK SHIRT (NL, SOI, WW and -Hr; JLI Center street. Manufacturers of the "Cromwell" and ••Dunkirk” perfect - fitting Dress Shirt*, (in sale in all leading furinshiug, clothing and dry goods house* iii Dunkirk. UK. TOOMEY, ,    434    and 436 Lion street. Dealer in Flour, feed, 'alc Baled Hay, Phosphates, etc. Established, INTT. i * RIE HOTEL and Ginmg Saloon, Union Tj Depot. ha*» aoooaa to all trams aud bus-luess houses, lieut almoinim*iaUoiis for Com* men ial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. 1> HI.EHM A CO., PT amiVA K Third street. Kine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Upholstering. Picture Era in es nia*ie loonier. v: jl Ii. MATTKNON A CO., .HOI Central Ave., leaders of Kashiou and Gentlemen Outdoers. AKSU. STEAM HEATING WL. ll U an u far lurers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. OME STEAM LAUNDRY. H r>fniiw»nw* rn » ic; Cuff s. 4c, and Lace Curtains. ary. A VV. Cuuuuing*. *>< Cent* Our specialties:    Kine    Shirts,    10c; Collar*, ■ - ~    ---p—*■—*-^_Free Deliv- Ceuter street. 11^ It. OKU VI. K. Third at., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer ami dealer in Kine Boot* A Shoes. Henry weilrry new store, uh k. Third sc lUMtks. Stationery, Musical In-atruinents,Magazines,Daily aud Vt eeklv Papers, and everithirg pertaining to a first class book •tore. School Book* a s|*iCialty. .I til* PRINTING of every description and al lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 ami IO K. Second SIJ JH. VAN BUREN A NON, Eire Life, Accident and General lu-uracon. Dealers in Ueal Estate and latens. Particular attention paid to Hie care of property col lee t-i ng rents Ac. <10 Center sc, xnd floor. M 0>R0KN PHARMACY, :t00 Central Avenue Headquarter* for Wall Paper Paints. Oil*, Ac. I ^ERKINS, J. W., Center street. Manufacturer amDlcaler in Harness.Saddles, Bridles, collars, Trunks, XX h pa, Buffalo Boite*. 11, tree Cover*. G love*. Mitten* and Sleigh Bol ie*. I slumming. T. W. Murray. I    AH? Lion *lreeC A specialty made of SaniUrv Plumbing, team ami Go* Kitting. Workmanship guar-alaad. I) •cholteh, r t    I?    East    Thml    street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it to thetr a ll anlage to cation me iiefore purchasing elsewhere.    __ PH. CARY A CO., .    SAH    Lion    street General Hanl ware. White Lout,Oils.Painter'* Supplies, Oil Cloths, Grnn te Ware. A special-ty'of Slierwin Williams Pa. ti land Moons* range. » UI.ING. -ach ai hlank-books, ledgers, and v all kinds of blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second st s UOOI.PH MOLDENHAUER, L    Cor. Thin! ami Buffalo Sts., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and aiding Stone. Call on me before buying nr side-walk. J ISLEY A CO., 7 and V* East Front street Whisky, Wine*. Brandies. IPU. era I Liquor Store for Family llae. FRT M’KAY, Lion street, near the Alepot ling, Sale, Feed ami livery Stable, g by Ute day or week on reasonable IID, J. W„ IM Center street aler in Musical lnstrumenu and Sewing lines. We make a specialty of first claas ;s of Piano* and Karrand A Votey Organa. I AM J. GIFFORD, 301 Central Ave. (Up ) stairs). General Insurance and Real Estate gent Fire, Life, Accident and Live Stock tsurance. Prompt attention gi v sn to buying id aeltiug Real Estate II C. JONES, TS E. Thinl st, cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and noked Meats, Lard, Sausages. Oysters and TCHEN. JEWELRY, Buy the Aurora Railroad VV itch. Frank 1P»unpf.a|^.1Tl»Vd st L. MOCREIt Merchant Tail**. fig Central Avenue PROF FUSIONAL. EY T. ROLPH, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Office over Lyuu’* Drug Mon*. Residence, Central Avenue. Telephone No. S. Call* may be left at I yon’*. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SA I.ESM EN XX’anted *t once. L<m-mI or Traveling Big Pay. Nteadv Work. stock Warranted guick Selfing pee a (tie*. Outfit Pree. Experience Unnecawsary. J ah.K. W H it (IXV, Nuntnun, Roehestw, N. V. 0 KIDD A KT A CO., Patent Attorney*. Al' 7th OSt , VV arlington, Ii < .opp ( S. Patent Of-(lee Pa Ie nu, t aveal* and Re lianes *ecureil Trade Mark* registered All Patent t>ueine*« oomlneml for moderate Fees. lo formation Advice sad *|a‘ctMl reference- -ent on request. |SALA BV, fin EXPENSES IN AD-V A N( t, allowed each mouth. Sternly employment at home or traveling. No solo ating I iii t ie* del i ven ng a ml making cad lect Iona. No Postal Card*. Alk! mas with .-tamp. II AFER A CO., Piqua, Ohio. Iwiih to employ a few ladies on salary lo take charge of my baline** at their home*. 1 ight, tery fascinating and healthful. VV ag* * IU' i**r wiH‘k. Reference given. (,o**d pay for part ti im*. Addn** with -I imp. Mua. Marion Vt ALK KR, l,< Ult - > 11 Ic K V. s'T’.lMl I., ^'f'.ll IHI •* MONTH .,r Im* rn.*.lr I#    workingLjr u*. Person* pre ferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the busim a. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacanr ie* in town* and cit ie* B. F. JOHNSON A CO., ioui Main Richmond, Va. For Kent or Sui**. Home corner Neoorni and Dove street*. Newly fitted up Hint in fine condition. Will sell on cast- term*. Enquire at the office of Martin Heater t o WAXAMMKR’S SCU ESE. HE UNFOLDS HIS IDEAS ON THE POSTAL TELEGRAPH. SPRING I Sill! WAIT FOR F. D. MATTESON cfc CO’S K KH. 15i Ii A full line ol all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Evei* brought into this City. WAIT! New Barter Shop. O. A. RU RHEE. for met Iv in Wheeler's liar* iier-shop, has opened the barber--hop in the Erie Hotel. Ile ha* every facility for good work, and customers will tim! its good plane to go for shaving and hair cutting Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV AIMlfilSTCRlM IR. MAINES' MIRER SHCiriC. II can be Riven In a cup of coffee or tea. of In ar betes of food, without the knowledge of the person taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent ami speedy cure, vt bethel the patients a moderate drinkeror an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. 48 page book F B fc E, Address In confidence, AOUDE* SPECIFIC CO.. 186 Race St. Cincinnati.^ C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. ;t«4 MAIN ST., Brrr ALO, N. V. Db Al.Kit IN WATCHES d JETTIE! Clarks, Silverware, leather GahhU, Etc. KNOR A VISO, GOLD «f SIL VKR ri.A TISO A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS lh# Service, Us Thinks, Could bs Tested With leased Wires for Ten Year*. Fostst dei k* With a Knowledge ut Telegraphy to bs UtilUsd Without Furs Compense!Iou. Washington, Feb 12.—P<*rtma.*ter Gen* era! Wariarn&ker ap|ieaml before tile bourn oonunittes «mi pAwtortioes aud post roads ye* teiilay and rrui-i an siaboral* statement it favor of a tty stem ot postal telegraphy. Mi Wanamaker aalii be bad pivjiared a bd bas**i A>n th«* f»mr bills which had been intro ducisl iii the house this WHsion on the same subject, aud he belirit*! that it would be sat lafactory. He yropowd to l**gin t he ei[**ri incut by establishing portal telegraph cxnn-lUUincaUoB ls?tweeu tile 4UU free delivery offices in the country und to gradually extend the m i x i e to smaller of!i< es. A uniforn: rate <«u tn«***Mgi-* could iud lie estwblished. Mr, Wanamaker believed tlu»t tits achcinv shouM I** trie<i for ten years on leased iinm. A HKUr-NUHTAINOrO HYHTKM In answer to t'hainuau Bingham, Mr Wanamaker said be dill not think the wvkv could lie cite bl lilied ami the lia*is of the mail servu-e. but it could bs worked toward such a I to! at. He find no doubt that the service by itself wa>tiid I** s«*lf sustaining The |M»st4ifllA«e d«‘|iartnieut wotihl have the addition! dt* livery bual nee, receiving 2 cents ami e«i'h let ter. In answer to queetinnM from mrtnlwn-of the CAwnniittee, Hr. W atta maker thou;' ht I the establishment of a pwital telegraph system w< >uld promote new luism**** I** arn- of the fact that at present there is no guarantee on ! tcl«*gra|»fi messages. The schema was not ex ! ba •tty in opi*A*>itiAui toany telegraph AHmipany, I I ss *a use the delivery would la* slower than! that of ijw nsa^as tranMiiittfsl by tile coni pan ! las direct. The |Mwtnuister general thought J that hi* proposition Ut u^e |»A>ital em J Joy es a* o|M*i-atA»r» fAii- the pnpoed service would be I *iia is-sslul Iii a great many instances em- j ployes assigned to this w-A*rk wa hi 1<1 I** green, lait lie tluHight that be <*«uld find a nuniler j of clerks iiA»w iii the service who uiul-*rst«H*i Ua>w to w ork telegraph instruments. The | knowledge of teh*graphy, he saiAl, ie more general than it is *up|*«-ed to lie. lu the j matter t*f salary he thought that “the ofiera I tor wouIaI not be worth more than the ordi nary clerk.” Fur short distance*, he said, the rate proposed bv bi* bill wa* al*>ut the same as the postal telcgrrph rate iii Englatul. In reganl to hi.-, pm:I asitr ai to limit Hie scheme to 4B0 ofliA-e*. Mr. Wanamaker wan pressed by : several ntcinlierb ai# the committee to tell his reasot:* fA»r this AsintrHctesl beginning. He 1 repliisl that bis th«ory wa* that everything should h«\# a iiegimung. The 4D0 ofti<*es would Im* eiHXtgh to liegin w ith aiul th<» serv-ite couIaI I*.* iiw-neied in *be discretion «*f the government. Ile tluHight that it should not be left to ti c postmaster general to fix rat*** ft»r the reason that this might be deemeil ai bitrary. Mr. Wanamaker rend a Aletuil**l statement of the history of the iio*tul and telwgraphic fcervu es in the United Stati-s, anti made com Im i Isa ins between the use of the lel«*gra|ih in Knglaiul and this (sntntry for what he termed social purposes The sA* ial bueines* was fur greater in F'uglnnAl than in Aiiu*i iA-a, and he c ontettded that by mean* of the jMjutal t«*lcgraph. the sending Alf telegram* of a sr* nil nature would increase to * wonder ful extent in this country. CNK OPERATOR FOR KACH OFFICE. Mr VV ana maker's written statement contune*! an elaboratiAin of his views on tile sulv jcA*t of postal telegraphy, as given in hi* annual report Ile believid that no additiAinal exjM-uso would lie required for oltic-e or iderk hire. (hie ex|M*rt telegrapher, he thought, cs mid lie selected where pA vital clerks are ap pAiinted. If there wa* miftiA*ient telegraphic l*isin**ss to employ tile w hole <if one man'* time la- thought this would lie liettcr than to have the man do regular jrn'forth'e w«irk i*%rt ut tlu- time ani! tA-legraphic WA»i-k for thv rest. He cont«'nAl(*l that the ex]K‘uaa of the I st* Ut I tek graph service would be but little greater than tin* actual cost of telegraphing. For this reason a11<t Us-aiise the government wouki cl«*ar 2 cent* ou every letter, he tbAnight that low rate* for the benefit of the people won hi Ie* jiistifiisL Mr. Wanamaker also *pA>kein favor of the bill for furnishing *e|>nrate buildings for fourth-class jKwtofflAt** and maile a brief argument against the bill providing for the buihling of poetofTii'e* tiiuler the authority of the postmaster general instead of uiiAier that of Hie aeiTetary of the treaaury. hwUuMter-Giueral Wanamaker sa iii to a reporter that his^Mwial tolegraph bill, authorise* him to a-.*niiHi t with ie*|*AnMble jiaities to ASMiies t the five delivery |A<Eito(1icm by U*mm»hI w ire* aud instrunieiit* to lie operab-d by js ut a a f)i<e emplA>yees. It diA*** not jirovitle that the government should buy or Imild line*, mir employ new set* of men and it cli Aes not call fora large appropriation. It will iiA*t interfere with (he basin**** «*f the private companies to any n{>prectabU> extent, lait w ill be a great convenience to tile jhiIaUc. It prtv lo** a K'-.vnt tate fi>r a twenty-word nies-sagc in any Aine state an<! a rate not to exA^ei-d 2T» cents for I,.'n Hi miles or b's*, a ta I u<a( to cxass-aI .‘in a*#*»11* for any greater distance. I I at«1e and congrat iii tc»l Mr, BpringA*r ou hi* I MIC* ess. •PKN OOirrfi—ION GOOP FON TOK BOUL. Mr. Grosvenor supina ted th# new i-od* aud in referring to the rule permitting the speaker to count a quorum he ackoAjwledgeAi that be hitns**lf had l**-n guilty of preveutiug legislation on many occasions aud he was ready to stand Lciv and say that he hail never done it aud prevented the a< tii*n of the majority tiiat he had uot felt that be wa* guilty ut an unjustifiable anti almost uupardAinable brca< h af duty to his con*tituenta In hi* opinion the right* of tile minority were ended when it tutti etpren-seAl its opp-«i ti on to a measuie, bad rec vt i a led its votea against it ami had pro-tested to the ozuntry. Mr. lb*ltnan characterized the pro|toat>td code as bt ing a complete revolution in parliamentary procedure. He declared tliat the clause pro\ itliug that IUD ineitiliers shall conli it Ute a quorum rn committee of the whttle, would plate the great appropriate*! bills at the mercy of a handful of iii* majority. He sa toke til" tile various oas-hsi<his U|**i which the report to tildNisterUkg hatl lieen beneficial to the country, urn! referretl with mu«-h omphali-to the defeat a if Hie Korea bill by the minority, under the lead of Samuel J. Kendall. He Ahs-lar'sl that Mr. ILmduH * course at that tune would crtiwn his memory with honor as Itaig as the ixss>i*ds of congress wa,111*I survive. Mr. Payson of Illinois defended the pro-posAsl code ami argutsl the ne*-e**ity of rules whit-h vv ou It I give to the ma jority the j*»wer to take afiirmative action. Mr. llnb-b of Misaouri op|tu*ed the pro-jhjnasI change in tha system of proccsiure «»f the h'>ust*, (aas ati-e it wa* a partisan move, originating witli a majority of Kepuhlit-an* whti had ss 111p;h-aI tile minority of their {tarty int*» the traics ami (oin|w*lle<i them to a|e prove the pit ajswchI new rule*. Mr. Ma’Aa|am> of Na*w Jersey antagonised the nile* as giving to the speaker the right to juAlge the (xaiscienA-e Alf a member, to impugn hi* personal honor a* well as to restrtA-t his I ac-rn auh I right* Pending further deliate, the house in ac-cordaiKe with a resolution a iff fred by Mr b|iritiger) at Tio'chek, Liok a rise s until ll O'cIa* k to-day. IN THE MEN ATK. Washington, Feb. 12.—In the senate yea-terila v tim eilm ati<aud bdl was further eon-mdertsi ami the Oklahoma bill w a* briefly discussed, finn I action UAit Ijeing taken on either. During the nmming hour the senate |iassed the senate bill fAir the relief of certain .settlers ahi the pi d ii ic lamis. The oklahAiuia bill wa* again taken up. the pending que-tion lieing the amendment of Mr Plumb til im-lmie No Man * J .ami in the pro|)OMsi territory. Mr. X*A*st made an argument in favor of the amendment. Mr. Plat? muaI that Mr. Vest's earnestness. w as line to Ids deair* to see the Cherokee outlet, lying let wifii the Oklahoma ismntry and No Man * land. opA*ntsl to acttlement. Ha believed that the outlet would be evened at the present session of congress, lait w hen that wa* done it would lie time to talk of including it ami Na a Man'* lam! in OklaliAHna. Xii    Du av as < .p| a<»s,-i I toe ame iiaIiiic ut. Ha ttelieved, however, that the Cherokee outlet should be opemsl. The ChiTAAkees had lieeu threatened with the Iona of their land eu-tiielv if they did not ai-i-epf $l.2&anacre for it. Tile polmy of coiiAienming Imliau lain I. h*‘ said, haAl !*»en fruitful of evil result*. The secretary of the interior had bi*en Apmnsl a* sui ing that the Cherokee hail no title anyway. Mr. Jones denied the insinuation* made by tile itewspa|Aeni and liq Matted by Mr Daw** I Ie ilA-fctiAl.sl Mil* Cherokee CAitmui**iiAii and aalii thfit the failure of their missiAin w a* due to men w Ic ism interest it was that the laud should not lie sold to the government. Mr. Platt sail! that if tile Indian- bink the position, backed by the A'attlenieti, that they wouki not *a*1 I their lamis to the United St uti*- at itll, then their lain is shoulil lie taken from them. Mr. Teller supported Hie amendment because he thought there ought to lie a government over No Man'* I .ami Mr. Ingalls uppo***I tho amendment. To bring w idely s**|«irat«sl tracts of territory under one territorial government wvhiIaI lie a wide dejiarture from what hnd heretofore lieeti regarilfAi a* the proper functions of territorial government; ami liestde* there was no necessity fiir e*tabb.shing a torritoriai government over No Man'* latmi. The bill went over until to-morrow without action or amendment. The -enate then blok up the educational bill ami Mr. Blair resumes! his sj.ee.-b in sup-jiort of tile bill. Without con<*lmliug his ajMs-i'ti Mr. Blair yieliksi to a motion to pro-Asssi to executive huainens, and after a secret session the senate at 5:10 adjournal. THC TA RXI;LL CONSPIRACY IT COMES UP FOR DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. THE DkY IN CONGRESS. Til a Democrat* Secure a Victory la the Mon*#—Other Kii*irn*as. Wash IXC. ton, Feb. I'J.—In the house jew-terdav the journal of X!omluv'* priMiAeAlmgs was approved bv a vote of 1*iU to I—the speaker counting a tjuviruni. Mr. Cannon Allied up the pro}niseil code of rule* and offered a resolution providing that general d«*li«te shall close at I o'clock today, ami that, after delime tinder the five-minute nile. the previixis que-tioa shall lie Asmsid-«nsl a* orAlensl at 4 o'clock to*lay. ProttsU were uuuii* against putting off di’^cuwdon in suA*h liAiit or.ler, but without avail, and Mr. Cannon dei un tided the previous qutMfion. Many Re;dilnuns voted against the lia-inuml and it was iw;is t*sl by an overwhelming vote—yeas .XR. nay* IBI. Mr. Spr.nger muueiiiately claimed the ■asir, but Mr. Cannon dis lined to yield it. Mr Cannon (hen A*all«sl tor the yea* ami nays aa hi* demand for the previous <jut*stiAm. A *ut1i< tent numlier of nwu.lieni faiksi to rise to enforce thin demand, and iann.1 ajiplauso from the tkmnocratic stile) the sp»*aker ha> announced. Mr. Cannon then yieliied tin* floor to Mr. Springer, recognising, as he saui, that his colleague (Mr. Springer) wa* ia i-harge of the reaoluti«AU*. lloiught«‘r.l Th# DHue«crnt* were jubilant over tlmir victory ami Mr. Bpiinger was greeted by many of his <s>l-kvaguc* a* tieing in a-barge of the new «s*ie. Mr. Sjiringer Aiffered a re**.Jillion. wbiA*h wa* mkipteil withAiut objection, providing that general d**i«ate shall jiroceeAi until aAi-jO iinicent b -alay. after which the code *hall be consiilerAsl uttd^r the five minute rule until 6 o’clock Frkiay when the prevRHI* question aha ii lie cvmaidervid as orvlereii. Mi. Cannon cro*i*xi t>v#r bi tha Democratic Guttenburg Rare*. Nkw York, Feb. 12.—Following are the results at Guttenburg yesterday: First raic. puree, \ mile: Bonnie Law* first, Sam Love wecond, Pall Mall third; time, 1:18. SeAHimi rai*e, veiling, I mile; Harwood first, Bein WH-a aik I, Dynamite third; time. 1:51. Thin! tai e. selling, furlongs: Marty B. first. Buckstone *rcA>i>d. Wilfred Jay third; time. 1:28. Fourth race, puree, \ mile: Fbsl Elm first. 1-haIv X^nes -ss a *t ii I. Amalgam third; time, IHM. Fifth race, the Jersey City New* bandi-cap, I 1-1(1 mile-: Royal Garter firet. Parietal! aacoml. Pelham third; time, Sixth rare, puree, •. Hula: Anomaly first, Vueeti of I it -a it* sotNNid, L*auiler thin): time, I r-'iJ' j. ;uu MAIN STREET, Opi 04lta Iroqaoia Hotel. Arre-tcAl for Iii* Kl<iv( Mnrtler. Pf.ATTHBfRG, N. Y.t Feb. 12. — Henry Frazier. 22 years old, mailing at Auger 8|*Wit, five miles from Keesville, ha* liei® arrested ami suspicion of tieing the murderer of Mr* Floyd at Westport, Friday night last. Upon fully recoveriug conaciouanem Floyd tiiaAie a statement to the sheriff that ha wa* Aplite certain that ba knew the murderer’s voice an.I that be was a former farm hand employ as I by him. Thf? prisoner say* he has worked fA>r the Floyds, but claim* that he WMS not at Westport, and (an prove that lie attended aa Indian show at Koe*\il!e Friday night and drove boma with a friend immediately after the performance. He bear, a good reputation auil a* far as known has never been av rented Iiefore. Many are in eluted bi believe the right man has lieen cap-tured. Race* at Naw Or.eau*. New On lea NU, Feb. 1*2.—FI ret race yesterday, \ mile: Tommy R first, Barney I«e sen*md. Lida L third. Seiond race. % mile: Tom Karl first. Jim Heed second, Yattel third; time. 1:02. Third race. ^ mile: Mark T first. Harvester seonid. Fremont third; Unit. Vi4*. F'ourth race, 7^ furlong*:    Man-Ulium first. Buckler -evsmd, Pritchett thinl: time, I Ty|ihn* on Shi|*board. Nf.w York, Feb. 12.—F'redertck Gunther, wboarrived from Antwerp tm the steamer Walland on F'eb. 3. Ila* L»eii found lobe suffering fnsn typhus fever. He has tieen taken to a hospital. This is the se a And cane amnug tb ast vv ho w ere steerage pi sang re in tha Mawbnd. Balfuar aud Sir John Goret Make rn Weak Flea fur Ilia Gorar ii rn eut—Mr. Farnell Accuser th# Guvarnutent of Treating Him with •*lu«'retlibl« Meaiiiiea*"- tither foreign New*. London, Feb. 12 —In the house of (Nun mon* yesterday Sir William Vernon Hare court introd'iced a motion that Tho Time* in publishing the forged Pig at li tters w as guilty of a breach of parliainenUirv privilege Iii su|iport of his motion he declared that the broach of privilege had been so flagrant as to render it imjNMsible fur him to conceive of a worse offt‘iise in that direction. The letter* were aduutbxl forget ie* and the hAHise therefore bul a sure liasis of actiAHi. I he publication of the forgeries hail been timed so a* bi uffiM't the dlvLsiou of the coercion bill. He urged ujsm all members that they bland the act with the ntiguia of the un of the poiioiied weajn'n* Sir John K. Gorst said that the time for such action had jamssisI. •The present time was most iiiojqMirtune and he tberebire moved flint the liAttise refuse to consider Harrs airt’s motion. Mr. (ilai Lh biiia sail! th** offense of The Times against the hiHise had not been purged by the a]mingle* of the |ia|ier before the crmunission. The ajMikigies tally aggravaUsi the offi*nse. Ha was -uiq inst si that Atb.mey General We Ii* ter should tie matie the vehicle of such an a J mingy. Tht» forgeries were a <s«is{iir»cy against Mr. Parucll. They would have resulted iii jsilitical death to him if they hatl been successful, and also would have infiicfeti lasting injury upon the whole Iri-h nation. This, he -aiti, was the first chance the house hail had to ex pre** its indignation aud this time was therefore moat ojijjortune. He (lid not w ish to dwell upon the horrible, loathsome affair, but trusteil that the house would express its full sense of the injustice done. MR. BA I.EA ll R FEKLH INJl RKH. Mr. Balfour declared that the charge that The Ting** had influenced the judgment of the house was calumny. Mr. Ijibouchere said he was surprised at the paltry argumenta of Messrs. Balfour and Gorst. It had been proved that The Times had supjiliAsl Pigutt with liank notes with which bi provide for his family within ton day* of his absconding. Mr. Bradlaugh said that a* Tha Times had assisted tha government to jtass an infamous measure th# breach of jirivilege was against the house a* well as against Mr. Parnell. MR PANNELL rN IHS OWN BEHALF. Mr. Parnell said the house now thought It necessary to in<|iiire carefully and at great length Iiefore exacting a jieaalty for a breach of privilege. “Why,” he askeit, “did not tha government grant til# committee of inquiry wa asked for at the beginning bi enable us bi prove the letters forgeries w ithm forty-eight honrsf “I should never have determine!! not to mu limit bi a jury trial, but that I oonsid(‘red it aleolutelv nr rf— rj to discover from what •onre# The Times obtained tile letter*. \\Te asked for a select committee because that w a- the only method to compel The Time* to divulge the source of the letters. As this request wa* refused we are not blamable for Ute delay. But who is to blan ie! Can you answer that you wanted to use the k»tter* as a |*oliti«-MI engine, not caring whether they were forgeil or not! You saw that it was inqiosiible for u* to prove tha forgery, aud meanwhile the letters were useful to you iii elections. “incredible MEANNFSS." “I am tha leader of a jiarty that must always lie in the minority here, but I should lie sorry to treat the most powerful of my opjto-neuts with the incredible meanness with whit h I have been treat ca I. If you believe tha totters were forged have the CAiurage and frankness to say so. I move to place the word ‘forged’ befAire the word ‘totters’ in your amendment. * Mr W. H. Smith, on behalf of the whole government |«irty, expressed satisfaction that Mr Parnell had proved the letter* forgeries and conacntod that the word “forged” sboukl tie inaerted. Sir William Han-ourt's motion was then rejected, and the amendment in accordance with Gorst’* motion to refuse to consider adopted. SALISBURY ATTACKED. Karl Granville Criticize* th* Premier** Portuguese Policy. London, F'eb. 12.—In the tom-e of birds last evening Lad I tam-av moved the adoje tzon of the address in reply to the sjieech from the throne. Earl Granville attacked the dispab he* of laird Salisbury bi th* Portuguese government, w hich ha said had needlessly irritate!! a small natiAin proud of its colonial history. He also inquired tha meaning of Gen. Simmons’ mission to the jm>j•*. and demanded to know why IPI mention wa* made in tile queen's *|ie»‘ch of the sjiecial Parnell cointni*-■siott. lionl Salisbury defended the mission of SimniAR!* to the V'atk-au aa ms VAMary in order to ai rang* ojen question* relating to the statu* of Gat holies in Malta. Concerning th* Portuguese a1 ispnb he« he mid. tha lords would find when the jiajiers were read that Portugal had lieeu frequently wamol that it wa* imjiosHible for Flngland to accept her claims ujK>n territory ar tribes already tinder British protection, or to permit Portuguese sett lenient in the Shire district or Nyassaland. Moreover, Portugal had been given bi understand that F'ngland cahjIaI not allow native* within the British protectorate to be raide(l w ith impunity. The government Inhered that the exercise of decisive diplomatic pressure was the very l»est course to take in the ultimate interests of Portugal and of humanity. He referred to the greatly decreased crim* in Ireland and predicted that if a just and finn government of that coml* try WA^re continued harmony and good will would grow to lie fast-n**ted among the people despite the generations of dis(s>rd GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Th« Finit Day ta PailiMiusMt an Earneat af Hot Time* to (Oma. London, Feb. 12.—The lively aren re attending the opening of parliament yesterday anti tha promptness with which several rnem tiers of the opposition introduced motions deigned bi ami Aari as* tho government and cause tie ministry to explain many things eonrerniog which they would rather be sileut. betoken a session of unusual excitement and public interest. That the quesm's speech wait framed with a view of influencing the ek*-tim* nee—ary to fill the existing va-• aucias and also with an eye to the possibility of a general election was manife-t from the b-ginning of its delivery by the royal coin-nnsaion. but it is not apjwirent that any a<k vantage rn that direction was secured. The only really new feature* presen Ia si by th# royal address are th* creation of a department of local government for Ireland, ilia betterment of the sanitary and other '“oudi- | Ughs af artisans' dwelling* and the augnam- tation and improvement of military camps and liarracks. WOMEN IN THE COUNCIL. Misses Condon and (Xii* bxik their seats in the Lindon county ca>uiici1 yesterday, to w htoh they were eks bsl over a year ago. The ladies assumed th# seat* on the ground that their election ha- remained unchaltonged f«ii twelve months, and claimed that there, fore there coukl lie no valid objection to their perfornuuica of the functions of nicniliers of the ciHincil. TTieiv* wa- no opposition t<» their contention on the part of any of their mid* col Ii <ag aes. ANOTHER BUIT FUR Ll HEI-. Mr. William O'Brien has taken stcjw to bring legal action against Mr. Smith Barry, the leader of tile Irish landlords' KyndicttLe, IMI tim charge of liliel. I he Ithcm-h wind *pinning ma-ter* have formed a syndicate, or trust, with a view of coutrolling the product aud regulating price*. The amount of capital represented is wry large, and th** trust comprise* every firm en-gageii in wool spinuing in ‘ton region. The North German tiaiik La- AnnouiKVtl it* intention to increaee it* capital «n,(**),0U0 marks. A RELIGIOUS FRACAS. PROTESTANTS MOBBED OLIOS AT HULL, BY OATH- QUE. Fvangellat* monel aud Fired I |n»n by the Tough Flenienl, and a Number of Them Had lr Hurt—(ileal liiiligUMtlou Among the I* rot an I a ut ai—A Woman ('oui mil* suicide at Hatavla. Ottawa, Feb. 12.—The city of Hull, aeron* the Ottawa river from here, wa* the scene of one of the most disgraceful riot* ever chron-icksi in ('ai tai la. A small band of I'roteatentevangelist*from Ottavvu w ere attacked by a bow hug mob of itA*arly a thousand French ('uiiadiaiiM who were arniAsl with revolvers, shot guns, stick* aud stones. Five jiersoiis were wounded, three seriously. It appeal's that the evangelists, annie t wenty iii nullifier, including tour or five ladies, some time ago announced that they would hold evangelical serviow in Hull, which is inhale i t as I ahiiost entirely by F'reiH'h lo.man Cath oli*-s. They were warned t hat serious trouble would result but in *j>ite af th# warning they visited that city last evening aud U'gau re tlgious service* in a small mission hall. Iii Unionist* Hold the I'-otick Scat. I/tSWix, Feb. 12.—The |»ai Im iHuitai v election in the 1‘artick div ision of Lanarkshire to fill the vacancy, caused bv the death of Alex- ,    ,    ... antler Craig Se liar, Unionist, bx* plu.-e ye*-1 H,,ot‘*'r‘"f ,0,‘ of city a crowd of th. tcrdav and remitted iii t|M? retention of tha 1 rou«h,M fhanu-tor* in th# city congregated seat by the Un,.A,lisle, by a v ,te ..I 4.1 In to.    W‘U* Mr. Barker Smith, to tf,IC.* tor Sir t’hark"* Tennant, GladsbMiian. THE SUGAR TRUST CASE. Judge tlu O’Ilrien Decide* In Favor of North River RrHnerv. New York, F'eb. 12.—Judge O'Brien in the sn I Alvine ca Au rf yeatenlay rendered a deet*ion J in the ajAplicati<Aii (Af the r«Hs*iver of the North Rival* Sugar Refining company against the Kugar trust, tor an iii junction —draining the trust from paying out any money* or (tarting with any fund* (lending the result of a suit brought by the receiver against the trust for a copartnership accounting. The receiver allege!- that large divideiuls are Lung paid other iiieinL*rs of the trust:, but withhold from the North River company, which ha* been dissolved liecauae it joiiKsl the trust. Judge O'Brien state* in his opinion that th# plaintiff- view’ that tilt* trust agreenit'iit amount* bi a co-partnership seem* to be sustained by the language «if Judge Barrett ami of the general term iii their decisions against the trust. It is true thatrorporutiouH cannot legally form a co-partnership and tin* fact is apt bi lead to the conclusion that no act of the co-partnership will be recognized by the court*; but this is erroneous, bibi ai Id the decision against tha trust be sustained by tha court of ap|M‘als, it will not affect such acta as dividends, mortgages, deeds, etc., involving third purtie*, mat Ie during the trust period. The present suit therefore bxs a valid hasis of action, and the injunction restraining the trust from disposing of any property in which the North River compony has an interest should lie granted. But |»ending the decision of the suit the trust should Is* allowed to continue its ordinary busine**, (laving dividend* and making such disbursement* as are required by their business, Lung prevented only from disposing of the projierty or assets themselves. Til# payment of dividends, however, should take place only on consiuit of the court, in order to make Niue that su.’h (atymeats are not excessive, ami do nut trench ti (ion the assets. A NON-PARTISAN BILL. revolver*, shot gun- and missile* Die crowd increased in mill iller* withgriait rapidity until when they i'iyich«'d the *tr«*et I i front of the nu—ion hall, where Aiver a thousand fiends in human form ctowdod uLuit the buihling, swearing vengeance <*i the little band inside. Th*! jaoIi v were I (HiWA'i lcs* to diqiersa the mob. The umyot and two aldermen, w’ho tried to uddi •<—the crowd, were stoned and seriously injure*!. Tho apiM-aranca of one of the evangelist* at. a window was the signal for a (s*rlts-t *b>rm of stones. A charge w as made for the building, windows and door* were dcmoli*h#*d and the mob rushed in. firing revolver* and shot guns and hurling stones. Six of the band, including two ladu**, w.-ns seriously injured, the rest em-a | led through a bauk window ami L‘«t a hasty retreat to Ottawa. The occurrence ha* create*! tremcndou* ex-citemwut here, aud the prompt action of the (aailiec alone prevented an armed force of Protestant cit teen* from this city wreaking vengeance on tile French Canadian- guilt) of the outiage. The matter w ill lie brought up in (larliament t*MLy. The niiliiin have orders b* turn out at a moment's nutlets to prevent further trouble. SUICIDE AT BATAVIA. It I* Favored by the World’* fair General Committee. New York, Feb. 12 - The world's fair general committee met yesterday ami received the rejiori of tile executive committee on the present situation of the project. The rejjort sate forth the legislative dead-lock at Alliant’ and -tate* that congree* will never fa VOT n scheme whereby the manngeuient of the fair fund i- to tie a partisan one. Chicago, St. Lulls ami Washington have made non-|Aurtisnu prop»*-als ami one of th>M» (ilnces will get the fair if New York make* a | rn iii-san firojiosnl. The coniniisrion named in the original bill sent to A Hinny was a nonpartisan one. It consisted of 4ti Republicans. 42 Democrat*!, IO ImhqNMideiit*. aud ‘2 IjaLtrmen. The lea*(ing Heptibli<'an* of the city are <*p|M>-**1 to the -tate senate’s proposal to add22names, mostly of Re]»ublieaus, to the commis*ion. The report is signed by Klihu Root, XX'. W. Astor, (’. A. Moore, C. A. Whitney, and John M. Bower*. A resolution was offcrwl indorsing the views set f* rth iii the rejiort; protesting against the attempt to make the enterprise a partisan affair, amt uvTtng the legislature to |a«ss the bill a* originally f: :mad. XX aimer .Miller aud otbei - -p ike in favor of the resolution ami it wa- adopted. general commit bv# then adjournal. JUMPED THE TRACK. I lie III Half a I resea Passenger* .'njored Wisconsin (uiH-h-ti|i, Asm,and, XX L*., F’eb. 1*2. — A disaxt r< Al I* accident occurr>sl yesterday nu the XVi*consin Central railroad, near Xlell* ii Junction, eighteen mile* Mouth of this place. Particulars are hard to obtain, but it i- said t hat six or eight persons are injured, Icjw seriously cannot lie learned at this w riling. Tho train wrecked was the A-Iiland and Be -seiner express, leaving here ut fi o'clock in tile morning over the Central. The train wa* running at th* usual rate of -(»ec I, when, without warning the expn-ss car and two day coaches writ thrown from the track. They jiimjMsl on thf’ ties for an instant and then turned completely over. The cause of the derailment was the spreading of the rail*. Half a <1 >zou (ut soc tigers hid limlw broken and were ot lier wine injured, but none, it is said, fatally. An auxilliary ha.- left here to bring the wounded to this (Ainee. A Mobber Caught. Pt.ATTsBCRG, N. Y., Feb. JO.- Alphonse (’abjean, who broke into the Delaware Sc Hudson dei sit-at Cohoe* and Green I-laml last w<*ek. nn«l *t<Ale some money and a lot of l ailrivad tickets, wa* arrested here last night, be having L*en dwqyed here from Montreal by a bogus telegram. A number of necklace* and ladies watx'he* were found in hut {Kwsewsii rn. _ A ftrtlke Beltled. New Haven, F'eb. 12.—The strike of the corset Bti to liers at Meyer. Bt rouse & Co.'* factory has been amicably nett bal and the 2.'»0 girls resumed w ork to-<lay. They accept one-half the reduction first pro(>o*ed and the firm agree to run the machine)’ WX per cent. faster and to submit the question of tile compulsory liHiiefit assessment to a vote of the employes. Application for a New Trial. Plattsburg. N. Y., Feb. 12.—Application for a ie*w trial ha- L*en made in the ca-e of murderer Chepleou. which will a^t a* a -tay of proceed jugs until the court of ap[**als rte-cidMMOs to the constitute, malty of elect ne law. He vt to lie executed during tim week beginning March 3, and i* now contlued at Clinton prhzxL A Woman SIiaioIv Herself, Probably He- rain** aa! Family Trouble*. Batavia, N. Y., F'eb. 12.— Mn Hayden, wife af Charles R. Hayden, cominitbsi sui-cide by sh.Aoting heiNclf on MiAiiday night. She died yester lay morning at. !»:4.'» o’eks'k. Mrs. Hayden livevl on S(Auth str*-et with her htislMiud. and William Brad Meld, ii brother of Mrs. Hayden, lives next di*>r. Her htisLtnd says that at al*Aut (*til o'clock on MoiHlay night he told hi* wife tliat he would go over to Bradfleld’s for s .-IkArt time, and then put on his hat and went out. Hi* wife, who seemed remarkably j>le;wmt aud agrreabUi that day, went into another room. threw a shawl over h(*r head and followed her hus-hand. Ho had no sAsiner clo*e«l the door than he and Bradficld heard two shiAf* fired. They rushed out aud found Mr*. Hayden lying upon the ground, with a bullet hole in her right temple aud the snow t*overed with blood. The first shot struck a shed on the eastern part of til# house. This led to tha *up|»o-i-tiou that she had first tired at her husband. The revolver had lieen picked up and carrus! off by a Mr. Thmopto Bethany and its kind is not know a. The bullets are 22 calibre l h# motive for the suicide is not definitely known. Home rumors have it that she and her httsLitid quarreled on the evening of the crime, others that it wa* for sorrow and shame Lx-ati-e of family troubles, Mn*. Hayden was 18 yearn of age and leave*. L-side bel- husband, a family af -even children A coroner'* jury was empaneled and will hold an inqu.wt to morrow morning. For Attempting ta PaiIioii Hi* Wife. Ram HESTER, Feb 12.—Aion so Jai Due wa* brought to jail from Brockport, charg ca I with assault in the first degree rn attempting ta (Moi*m hi- w ife. Mrs. La J hie stales licit on Sunday, Jan 28, she drank some cold tea from the -jmauI of the tea|v»t aud almost im mediately L*gan to vomit freely aud other symptom* wera developed which seem -! to indicate that the tea had been |*iisoned fit Mann pronounced the symptoms to lw tho-# ol (MAt-onmg and (iresrriLsl fiAr the si<-k \v< .mini whom life was shvisI bv promp hi-t iAAU. Dr Maim say* that oil of hemlock was. the (sAi-on uned. The Finery >1 order TiImI. Roi Hester, N. Y., Feb. 12 The attendance in the Albion nmrt yustorday at the trial of Finery for the murder of Cora Grimes was large. Albert Grime* tostifi»-i a- to Hie word* IliaY pa—ca! between Fhuerv ami the inurdereil girl before Ie* struck the fatal blow. John Grime* aud hi.-wife, the pa re ii ta af the dead girl, were abo examined a well a- several other las- ini|ioi*t«nt wii ne-.---a. The |*s>(.le n-ted their cs-e at 5 p. in., and the defense wa* opened by Thomas A. Kirby ;Sev eral other witnewse- were then oxamiiusi l»y the defeii.se aud (Niurt adjourned. KME STORK KBW FOR 1890. Very Choice aid Exquisite in Design. Elegant Assortment. Nobody need be disapjioiiit-t*(l, although some people are when they don't receive a w Valentine, evtui it bt* only a comic. Don't let thin terrible feeling strain the affectionate minds of your dk.vk friemD. Semi t hem a Valentine of some kind. We've put the price vlow ii so all can be remembered. We’re Headquarters, and xx lint you cannot find here won t lie worth looking for elsewhere. (Jems of love, .•intl I -act* Valentines, Cupid Dart Lace Valentines. Improved line of Lace Valentines, Love’s Arrows Valentines, Novelly Valentines, Sachet Valentines, Comic Valentines, Klite Card Comics, Trade Comics, Portrait Comics,Sharp Darts, Hit-’emhard Valentines, Fault Finders, Long Jokers, Changeable Comics. Handsomely Embossed Valentine Fn\ dopes. Fine assortment Colden (vemsValentines. Valentines with choice aud desirable verses, We xviii sell the choicest designs ever offered. Don't fail to examine. KUIK STORK. BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING. BLACK 'UBS IB?,TED SUITS! $25 REGULAR PRICE $30. BUSINESS SUITS! $18 AND|JPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION, TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. $3.75 and UPWARD. E. A. SALYER, tm CKNTKiUi 4X KNI E. Haiku af the Revolution. New York, Feb. 12. — In response to. a call for the formation i»f a sootety of the of Hie Ameri- ari Revolution in thi- city, -igmd by C. M. Depew, Alexander S. With, Gruver Cleveland. E. F'. She|»arl, XV. ll f**e, J. c. Calhoun, C. A. Dana, Hon. Jaine* (HL. Judge Anioux, E. C. KtantzAn, XV. C. Whit ney mid others, a meeting wa- beld ye-ter day. at which Hi# above nnim-l hcI otb< i -were refweseriteAl, and a society wa- foi im-d with C. M Depew a* president, Judge VV. ll. Arnoux viA*e preen lent, F’. C. Stanton -A-ore-tary ami XX', ll. 1^-# treosui'cr. The Outlook Thiongh a MnrniAtu** Fye< Malt Lake Cmr, Utah. F'eii. 12    Pr<--i- dent Woodruff of the Mormon oliurrh in an interview *aid Ilia result of the election would have no effer-t on the Mormod* except that they experted their taxes would *>e in • rease<l They also expert that the Gent tie rule will prove such a bed contrast with th-former rule that in a short time the |*»<>pte will lie glad to return to tha Mormon system of economical and honest government. All talk altfiut the Mormon* leaving the country is unfounded. No fro ( nip on tha Hudson. Ron DOUT, S. Y., F'eb. 12.—The extremely mild weather which prevailed along the Upper Hudson yesterday, caused the ire men to abandon ail hope of getting a crop from the river thi* season. Hujjerinten«k*nt Knickerbocker and other ire company officiate -tarted fur lek* Champlain la-t night to harvest ira fat that region. The ferries between thi* place and Hudson are running regularly. Tile river is full of thin floating ice Iii high altitude# in tiie(’att*kilte -even mob ice mas out vesterdav. 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