Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 17, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 17, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, iS'io. NO. I'J. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. t NEW RULING MACHINE lor ruling all Ian-la of blanks is the latest Ihe Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Company. LEXANBEK'S Coal and Wood Yard. "II Central Avenue, opposite Nickel I'lntt All grades of Hard anil Holt Coal Wocfll Lumber. Shinglo and Lath. Free lellv Correspondence for wholesale I AL.EX. M. MANg, Practical Plumber, G_ and Steam Kitter. Special attention f i ten to Sanitary Plumbing. Estimates on Plumbing, Uas Fitung.stcam Heating am Mot Air Furnaces. W K. third street. HR. GLFFORD, SB and EB Central Are Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous I holographs ol Babies a specialty. Slttcri nood not wait for sunshine except foi Dab'es I.OOK BINDERY-JAM KB IKVI.NO, i-ro- l> pneuir, No. IB IS. Second street, near lluf f Jlo street, N. V. Magazines, Mu e, bound in all styles. promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. I >UKCHKK'8 CROCKER? HOUHK, l> SOS Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in IB torted am (omcstic China, Glassware, Ac. U-11AS. H. HAIUU8, Central Ave. lien- oral Insurance. Life, Accident and Kir luifore traveling IHBUI-C voiu- lie in Hie ol reliable "Travelers'." Heal Ksute Agent. Loans on property. allAUTAlKJUA HOTEL, per day. and Hoarding Stable in connection. Victor Killer. 306 anil 337 Lion street. I UAKBEK SHOP V Chas. Niigle, Prop. Under Lake Shore National Bank, corner Center anil Third streets. A line stock of Korean ami Domestic (Jgars. C'UN SON, 33o Center utreot, Practical horse-shocis. Particular allention pfu'1 to lioriM.-a. shoeing of roa'l jr tr.ittmg horses a specialty. vlI.SKIKK GVEN1NU OI13KKVKK. Largest in tlie Comity. An niiL-qnallcd advertising medium. DlfNKIUK ENUINKKKINU COM I'ANY. Forirerly bellew Ptipplc. Manufaotiu-ct'taof Engiiii'S, lioilers, Pnlieyn, Shafting Hungers, etc. Patterne, Furginge, CaatmgB, ami Alucuiuc Work toonlcr. DUNKIRK SHIRT CO., 208, 205 aiut 'M ritreet, Manufartiirers ol the "Cromwell" and "iHmkirk" titling Drees shirts. On Bale in nil iuAthng furtiieliuig, clothing uuil ilry gdotia tiuiihCd in Dunkirk. DF. TOUMKY, UI ft ml I.ion Hlrcut. uualeriu Flour, Food, all. Ifulcil fljiy, t'h.Lton, etc.. Kbtubhhliuil, 1377. LKIE I10TKL ami mnliiK Saloon, Union Dojtot fcutiy accuod to all triiino uiitl biict- iduaa houseit. llurtt itccoinnioilatJoiit) for Coin- acrcial Trnvulerti. John J. Murphy, t'rop. r' 1ILKK8 CO., FJ 'J7 anil 'J9 K Tiiinl etrcel. tine Furniture. Cain nut Ware uml auiHloriiig. 1'icturo FraniuB uutdf lo order. I I i. MATTKSON CO., 301 Central Avc., of Fashum and Gentlemen Otitlllttirs. AKKI.I. STEAM IIKAT1NU CO., ttanufaoturcrs ol Steam Heating Apparatus. baiulnry I'lumbiog a Specially. I I UMK HTKAM L.AUNUKV. Uiir specialties: Fine Shirts, IDc; 1'ollars, Jo; CnQd, and Curtains. Free Deliv- jry. A W. tummiiiga, W Center street. i I K. oKim, K. Third st., cor. ol Buffalo riKJFES.SlONAL. T. IIOLPII, M. II., I'livsinian nnd Surgeon, fi over l.y n's Drug More. Itesidencc-, Central Avenue. Telephone No. il. Calls may be left at I yon's. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT An active man on Liherzl Salsiy lo nennancntly represent an AhsiKi.nion in- torjioratcif t., tnerciiandise and all kimh ol arlales lor home family me, in uuh Bniall illy, town, uHaKe .nl rural HO.OOO Pairlui (lertiticaies In Cailt. Credit well rated Kcftrenctsexclianj.'i.d. Emuire Co-np.-rauvc As soii.ition (Lock Box N.v. OALK8MEN Wantdd at once. Local or O IrnvelinK. Big Pay. Steiuly Work. Block VVnrranteil. Outfit hifpericnne JAK.E Wnrr- NEV, NurBj-man, N. V. s'-. II. C opi, U. s. I'alenl 1 atents, Caveats and Itu Issues secured. iradu Marks registered. All Patent husiuess condueied for moderate Fees. I and special references hunt on reijuest. IN AD- VANCE, allowed eiiRli immlli. Sti-n.ly einiilovnieiitattioiiieor triivrlniK. No soln-it- ing. making collections. No riwlal Carrta. Aililress with stump. liqim, Ohio. I wish to employ a lew tadiea on snlitry to luke charge of my Ijiminess lit their homos. Light, very fascinating and healthful. Wages tin per week. Itclerencc given, (icmil pay for part time. Address with st nap. MK9. MAK- ION WALKKK. Louisville Ky. 371IIII In iS'-TlllOU A MONTH can be made II) MJII.IMI workln., pre- ferred who t.in furnish a horse ;uul givi: Uu-ir whnle lime lo tilt- business. Spare momenls may be prolil- ,ibly aUo. A few v.tcdnucs in towns mil line-, K. JOHNSON CO., inixj Main St., Richmond, V'a. For Rent or Sale. Ilftune corner .Second and Dove streets. Newly fitted up aim in flui! condition. Will sell on IJIHV terms. at tho olllco of Martin He-liter Co. SPRING 1890 WAIT FOR F, D, MATTESON dSs atanul.iclurer dealer in Fine Hoots ft Stiix HKNIiV WKILKK'S NKW -STORE, 103 K. Thinlttt. Uonks, Stutioncry, Musical In- And cverythu-g pertaining to a. flrdt el USB book itooka a specialty. JOis PKINTING ol every desci iption and nt lowt'st tiring rates by Dunkirk TrtnUng Company, 8aiullOE. iSecrjud St. JH. VAK IICKEN A SON, Fire Lite Accident and General Dual- era in Iteul Estate and I.OAIIB. attention paid to Ihe clie ol m-ojierlj uoilcct- ing rents Ac. 2ly Oeulcr nt.. -2nd Hour. I PUAISMACY, 300 Central Avcuue lieadquarlere for Wall Paper Paints. Oils, Ac. J. Center a tree I, aiul tieak-rin il-iriit'80. Sad.Ilea, liihiled, iillai-M, h ilnllalo Uobes, liolim. lll.L'MKLNO. T. Murray, i 331 I.ion street. i made of Sanitary Plumbing, HOI and (ias Kilting. Workmanship irtiar- 17 Kasl Third street, Tailor, liuntlenien will llnd it tu tneir advauuge ui call on me before n. CAKV Lion street. S 'jeneral Hanlware.rt l.eiid.Oils.Painutr'a lupplies. oil Cloths, Ware. A special- Sherwu. Williams Ha. t land Monroe range. ige. ers, anrl 11 s-ich us blank-books, I X a'l Undsol blanks done at Dunkirk I'nnting Company, S und 10 E. Second Jst. RUDOLPH MOLDEMHAII EH, Cor. Thin] and Buffalo Sts., Dealer In Gramto, Marble, Flagging anil Building Stone. Call on mo before buying your eido-walk. ISLET CO., 7 and 9 East Front atrcc-t. Whisky, Winea, Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family OM. ROBERT M'KAK, street, nenr the Hoarding, Sale, r'oed and Livery Stable. Stabling by Uie day or week on reasonable teruus. RKtD, J. W., I'M Center street. in Musical Instramcnts and Sewinp Machmet. We make a specialty of lirst class DUikea oi Pianoa and Parraud A Votey Organft. SAM J. ULFFORD, so) Central Ave. (Up General 1 nsurance antt Ueal Estate Aeent. Fire, Lile, Auuident, anil Live Stock lusuraace. Prompt attention to buying and selling RealtstaML moo I 75 E. Third sL. cor. Ueer. JSxcelMor Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anj Smoked McaM, Lard, Sausages, Oysters ind Poultry. __ FEB. 15th A. full line oi all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. WAIT! Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured ANIIIIISTEklllO M. HAIKV aOLDEK SPECIFIC, ii can.b.e ln coffee or lea, or In ar- ticles ot lood, without the knowledge ot tho per- son taking It; It IB absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent ami upeedy cure, whethei tliepiitlcnttsa moderate drinker o wreck. IT NEVER FAILS, W or an alcoholic GU m Racs'St.. Clnclnnill.0- C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MAIN ST.. BUFFALO, N. Y. Clucks, Silverware, Leather surrender that IHirtiiin of their road over which thu govern- mciit has a statutory lien; on the contrary, every evidence IB shown tending to satisfy any candid that no such exists. That this is a capable, well managed road, abundantly able to pay its debts, requiring only, like other railroads, time in which to pay. That the present management is honestly trying to ell'cct a fair adjustment with the government. That Ihe interests of the government and of the railway company will be promoted by a settlement; und that one can now lie made under which every dollar of the government di-bt, w ith interest, will lie paid. THE (lUVKHNMUNT's SECURITY. It finds thp present security to be a statu- tory lino on u road commencing three miles west of the Missouri river, extending to a point live miles west of Ogden, nnd on another roml commencing onc-liulf mile west of Kansas t'ily and extending to a point miles westerly, commencing in a prairie and ending in one; not enough to protect the gov- ernment debt, if it shall not IK- adjusted until it becomes due within WKI.OOO; while un- der the bill to the security ob- tained U'lll be twice the government debt in value and tho payments according to the terms of the bill absolutely ecrtnin. THK CENTRAL The report on the (.'cntral I'aciflc finds that the I'niU-d Stjitesha.s for security a statutory lien on a roiul commencing ut fi point five null's west of Ogden and extending to San Jov, without terminal facilities at either end, niiidc subject to a mortgage to secure bond-, equally amount to the original indebV of the companies to tho United States; tl.at that [Mirtion of the road from Ogden to thp w-.-s-terly of the Sierra Nevadns is jiraclicalh'only a bridge, without any local business ot tiny amount; that the roads reach- ing from thi- main line into Nevada do not now their actual excuses; that thopres- ent security of thn United States upon this proiH'i'ty is entirely inadequate; that a fore- cl.-urc of the first mortgage would substan- tially exhaust, in satM'netion thereof, the entire and that it would be inex- pedient for the Stntos to redeem it from snid Hi-st mortgage, or to become the owner of the projierty through redemption and foreelostn-c. TIIK TIME SHOULD UK KXTKXUEn. The report finds that it is expedient, neces- sary and practicable to adjust and further secure- the indebtedness to the Unjtod States UJK-ti extended time UJKIII a reduced rate of interest within the ability of the company to ]inv, upon such terms as to advance the de- velopment of the country through which said roads pass mid afford the inhabitants thereof rates of transportation for pas- sengers and freight. H upiKiirs troin the report that the Central Pacific has not ability to pay at all equal to that cil the Union J'ncilic; but under the terms of the bill to be reported, can make tliial and full payment reasonably certain. PllOVISIO.VS (IK TIIK The bill to IK' icportcd includes within its provisions tin- Union I'aciilc Hnih-oad com- pany, the Kansas 1'iu-illc Railway company, thcCVntral Kraiich. I'nion Pacific Railroad company, i-onsoli-'nte I under the name of the Union I'acitie Railway c-onipany; the Central Piicilic Iijtilriuul company, successor to the Central l'iu-iiie Railroad company of Cali- fornia, and the Western Pacific Railroad It provides in the first section for finding the present worth of the indebtediiesi of the Union Pacific- Railway company on the first day of July, and for the payment to tho United States of that amount with S par cent, interest, scmi-annually; also d portion of tlie iirim-jjKils Himuully: so that the entire debt shall be paid in fifty years. It requires in section J that the Union Pacific shall give a mortgage on all of its property of every name and description, real, mixed and personal, and also preserves to the United States its present statutory lien. It provides in section that in oveiit of the failure of t he company to accept the provis- ions of the act, there shall be carried to the credit of the sinking fund one-half of the for services midcrod for tho government, and in addition thereto the sum of a year, or "in per centum of the whole net earnings of the Union Pacific; extending also the Lsions of the Thunnan act to the rvnnsas Pacific railway company and to the General Branch Union Pacific Kailroad company; that on failure to pay, a receiver shall be to take charge of, manage and oiierate the road, branches and line.-, of the company, until the principal and Interest of the debt shall have been fullj paid. o of the bill provides for the ascer- tainment of uie present worth of the debt ol the Central Pacific Railroad company, then for the payment of interest at the rate of i per centum per annum payable serm-annu- ally, and of so much of principal as shull result in the payment of the entire debt in seventy-five years. But in order tc rtlieve the road froni too great a burden during the next ten yeai-s, when it is sary for it to make somewhat extensive im- provements, it for thut time one- half of the 'J per cent, to lie paid Section 7 requires a mortgage of thp entire property of the Central Pacific, including some verv important roads in California, und also Ijy that section and a nulisequent that the .Southern Pacific company and tht Central Pacilic shall make the present lease subsisting !tctween them additional security to thp United Htates for tbe payment of tht debt. Section Ifl preserves tbe present statutory lion on nil thc.-a'nmds.iiul gives the right tc the United Mates to redeem the first mort- gage- bonds in the companies shall not, with a subrogation to all rightsand securities theretofore fci the debt mortgage, etc. It also provide.-, that upon failure of the company lor whom such payments liavo been made, to make rc-paymeut of all cost., ex- penses, and interest within a year, tho whole indebtedness of said company shall become due. Section 11 provides that either of the com- panies may extend payment or refund in- debtedness, prior to that of thu United States, to the extent of the pur value of such first mortgage bonds, rate of interest not to exceed per cent. Section provides in the event of any de- fault for ninety days in the payment of inter- est and princijial, as required by the act, that Ihe entire debt shall immediately mature; ulso for a record of the mortgage by the sec- retary of the treasury in conformity with tht laws of the various states and territories where the projicrty is situated. Section provides that the United States nay retain all money due to the companiet for services until the instalments for inter- est and upon their bonds next maturing after such services are rendered, shall be fully paid. Section 14 provides that the companion shall pay no dividends unlesa the same shall have been nctimlly, and unless Uiey shall have paid all interest and nuituied indebted- ness due, with n penalty for the violation of the act by any director or officer. Section 17 for authority to use the imines of the companies against any who is or has liccn a director. olHccr, agent or employe of them for tho enforcing of any cause action arising out of any violation of duty, misappropriation of assets" or any other net in respect to which tho ilopnitment of justice shall allege that, it desires such action; and that any sums of money recovered in suits shall go toward the payment of the indebtedness to thp United States. Section is pimidcs for a of the law requiring goier.....i-nt also of the laws imposing liabilities on the rights of th companies to acquire property, extend its railways, etc. Section makes it the duty of the attor- ney general to enforce tho provisions of the act and report annually to the president and The committee will ask consideration of the bill during the- first week in March. ON TIIK TORIES IMPALED THE HORNS OF A VERY EXAS- PERATING DILEMMA. to Keep They IJon't Know TTIiort after such n prodiyions fuss has Ijeen made over the events leading lo its preparation would throw a wet blanket on tho government and give rise to endless ridicule. On the other hand, to grasp the other horn of thu dilemma, in- terpret the report at Its worst, and expel the against whom nominal findings were made, would necessitate uu appeal to fhit country, and thu is somethine that tho government is not very unxioiw to risk, in view of the recent loss of Tory strength re- vealed in tlie bye-elections. There is conse- quently much curiosity to sea how Lord Salis- bury will art in the matter. KIFK KKC-KIMCS HIS OORONKT. The Duke of Fife, who received a dukedom n his marriage with the Prince of Wales' daughter, took his scut in the house of lordj on last Thursday evening, his promo- lion, the ceremony, tho origin of which, as a dime novel would say, is lost in the mists of antiquity, was irresistibly funny. The lord chancellor, sitting in the woolsack, wan in- formed of what wiucomine. Forthwith he chipped little co sion entered. It was preceded by the mys- terious nfticinl known us the Kod, clothed iii iiilx- man- agement of the bank so their time could be evoted to other matters. Judge Powers. SALT LAKE, Utah, Feb.. Powers, ader of the recent successful anti-Mormon minicipul election campaign, was given a lanquet at the Walker house Saturday night. >ne hundred prominent citizens were present, ncluding all tho executive officers of the .erritory. Judge Powers was presented with check of as a testimonial from the usiness men of the territory, who are greatly pleased over the result of tho election milked n being ivho looked like an over- dressed old lady, but proved to be an hered- itary earl, the Duke of Norfolk, in ducal rolios, ciirrj ing a white wand. The rear was brougln up by rhe Duke of Fife, with his sponsors, the Prince, of Wales and Duke of Westminster, wenringscnrlet rolies with queer looking liars of ermine. These strange figures walked in single tile lo the woolsack, and Fife having presented his patent and signed the roll (lie prince and two dukes formed in line proceeded solemnly to bow the lord chancellor three times. Fife, however, WM MI OILS Hint he kept on bobbing his head until the pi-mop and as the lord chancellor has to bob to every one who bobs to Ir r m I .-i- often, the liltle'.Mcl.od hat w-an hi i'ii 'i "il of tumbling oil'. The St. d oi.-i-H-IS, h-mover. completed with- i it i.wnd disaster, and tlw house re- with a lecliiig tlmt the British consiinnioii luui been vindicated. AV OHI.KANIST TKK'K. They.....ig Dukr- of llrleans hits received his sentence and i-, demeaning himself with a degree of nmniini-ss which could havt been scarcely expeciod from CHIP of his years. His friends arc acting less seiMblyi and their reckless zeal may make it necessary to keep the lad in prison much longer than kind- hearted President Carnot would desire. There are abundant reasons to justify the belief that the duke's action was deliberatelv I right financially. BARM'M'B SHOW BIDS KNOI.AND FABKWE1.U great moral show concluded its En glish engage-incut Saturday night after sin cess beyond the most sanguine untioipatjoi. of the original Harmmi and the only llailev Fully M were turned away fr the doors last week, and for the last four wee'fii t ho crowd for the evening fornmnoes begun to gather at ;j o'clock i the afternoon, so that when the aftarnoo nee was over the entrances hav lioon lilo.'lvndcd and those in tho buildln have been compelled to make their exi through tne Olympian HUliles. Kattircla night thp I'ri......ss of Wales with PrliKvnse Victoria and M-iu.l, 1'rinco Oeorgo of Wale and Prince ('lirislian of Denmark visited Ih show, and Hai-mmi c-hmU'rt affably will them in the royal box. Hu wa.s much de- lighted, told your witl their loftiness. "It was a real family party, he said, "and I was one of the family. I told thu princess that I coiihidei-ed it a coniplimen that she should come to see the show twice and she said that it a mistake, for sh had been three timei, having comu in once on tho sly." Barimm Prince George with Life of P. T. Hanium." written by him self, and the princolet expressed gratification and promised to rend and profit by it. Sat ill-day evening Bai-num entertained Lori Chief Justice Coleridge and Lady Coleridge the most worshipful lord mayor, Sir Henry Aaron Isaacs and Mrs. Isaacs, Consul (taiwra New, Mi-s. Now. and Vice Consul Johnson and a hnlf dozen other distinguished people in the. royal box. Tin great showman fo theflrsi lime during his visit to Ixnidon ail dressed tlie audience and thanked it for lb generous patronage. The circus will atone lie loaded upon the Furiiossia of the Ancho line, which will come up the Thames for th purpose, and will probably sail for New Yori the latter part of noxf Bailey will in the Trave on Thursday, but Barninn wil remain until the middle of March. The have not, decided yet whether to in Nei. York or Philadelphia. Barnuin and Bailey back with thorn some or thei'e- aboute. in British gold. London amusemon caterers will learn, with regret, tlmt tin American showmen are already considering the project ut mining again, for tha circn; has ruined the business thi.s winter of Severn ither Her Majesty's theatre people ascribe their collapse the Olyinpia's influence, and Uio report of the directors u the Aquarium lays the falling on" of receipt! to the. American show, while almost every theatrical manager yin i grows when Dai-mini's name is mentioned. Mrs. Langtry has completely recovered from her recent illness and will produce "As You Like It" at the St. James' theatre on next Saturday evening. LOUD cnrnrmr.L AND TITK MINERS. Earl Diinraven and Lord Randolph Church ill have consented to receive on Tuesday a [lepiif.ition from the Miners Federaluni who will urge their lordshijis toaid tin- eight-hour agitation by their influence. Il is hinted that Ixjrd Randolph Chun-hill invited the confer and that he intends to tlinlie a leply to the deputation will occasion some.'om iipnt. Churi-hill IIHS Iw-en coquetting witl [he labor question for some time ami is try ng to bring it i.itopolitics iiisomesucli shape us llutl his "loui'ih party" can make capita oul of it. At present, however, all Inlior movements are dwarfed by the project ol Emperor William in Ucrmnny, and eve body is waiting to M-e what will come out likely that, much of Importance will be done in other countries unl.il this striking and unique attempt to solve by one supiume effort the long standing and complex hilx pioblcin Inn reached its result. The (ionium reichstair will hold "rf i "i I Will IlUlU H SlWH'lll! upon will, a view to advance the session, at which the of cause and tj-i thn Orltiinislrausean.il to create tho snspidon that Boulmiser also was not ignorant of what was almiit A big liale of anil lithographs representing a soldier's uniform French flag snrniountal Ihe dtlke holding the by n (inliic cock was seined on the frontier on Tuesday night, The pictures came from England, and they could h.'ive iH'en prepared under a week 01 two. Men known to be in the confidence of the leaders in London and Paris have been Jersey. Rumors of the s were in circulation in duke's ai rival i _ Lisbon, where 1.is mother is living with her daughter, the (Jin-en of Portugal, long before I.e had reached the capital, but after he hiul crossed the French frontier; and, lastly, there is no adequate reason why the Count of Paris should und'-rtaken his voyage to South America except to avoid suspicion arid nuke the duke's action absolutely CONFESSED HER WRONO-DdlXCI. If there is a poor Englishman in the United Htates now of the name of N'aylor, formerlya civil olliccr of tbe township of Mi'mllord, Eng.. thei-H is some good news for him. A girl named Hond, a nursemaid in his family, charged him six months ago with committing mi assault. Poor Naylor. admitted to bail, nnd crnaed by the. charge sworn so emphatic- ally aL-ainst him, sought refuge in America. To-flaj the girl admits on oalh that the story was entirely false, and that it was concocted by her mother to extort money. KI.AVI.V Pugilist Sl.-nin married a bniinai.l in Lon- lonthiswiek in quiet faJnon, but at llur- lintc Hie seaside resoi t ivhere he has lieen legislation will lie the increase in mini lew of milioi ollicinls and the pa-.-siige of n grant for the WKsuiann Afrienii caiitpaign. It Is non calculated that, the Sil.ei inn rail- rond will Ije completed within IhisdwadB. It will nnles iintl is exist'tod to cost roubles AN IRISHMEN'S MEETING. 1'ulrli-k'i A Council Hi Chicago nn Ihe St. Ci-lrbt-ntlon. Keb. Irish- Aniericni. eotiiii-il, of delegates from the A n- dent Order of Hilmrnians and half a discuss of n pai'adv on SI. Pat- rick's day. President, m the course of his i-einarks said: "This is tin. lima "I" Hll times, genlleni.....for the Irishmen of the people of this city that they are united. In years gone by three halls would not hold the Irishmen who ojune to such meetings as tins, and this iil'Uiniooii where arc thi-v' Hy-----, I Iwlieve they are 'ent on to show bow all all-lid of ATr I th' _. important it was that a procession should he given on the ITth of March, "just to show the liress and UH-SI- ixMipli; that we nre nlivp and mean to stay alive." In spite of the vice piesidont'sploa and the exhortations of othei delegates the c'ounc'il, by a vote of 4H to IH decided not to have H parade on St. Patrick's day. Kv'dnnco Aitiih.st IKII.IC Hnwtellti HowiKMTKK, N. R, M-steid.-iy visited the where the of Hiram A. Suwlelle was 'etc w-is held trmi. i 1 ol 11 Irani A. Suwide was ,v. ,M i urate 1, bui'I, ineol ing the coupleat I he station, and lirewo'-ks and iltuminations marking the if the (lay. Klavin was banqueted and 1, and t.vday he and his bride started for Monte Carlo, where he will luueanop- of lightening the purse publicly presented him. NATE KAfLSBfRT HOPPING MAD. When Nate Saulsb'iry, Bulfulo Hill's part- ner in the Wild West show, meets James S. Parks tho latter person will an tuit quarter of a day. Parks is the man who wrote from Barcelona, under date of Jan. 7, assert ing that he was to be connected vjui tlie Wild West show, and tlmt it wuxcluiiKir- iilized, the Imllam, neio BulTalo nil] Imd de-sei-tal liis neojils and gone to England -.I many of the company were to return to America; also that Frank Richmond had died of typhoid fever. Saulsb.u-y is in Lon- don. He says he does not know' who Parks is. but that no man of that name has ever been connected with the Wild West show To prove it Saulslmry showed me his salary list, which, by the way, footed up francs for the week the Wild West show left Spain. "To refute this man'-, statements in said Saulsbury. 'I will say that the show did not close until two weeks after the date of the lettor, and ;hat we did a satisfactory business. None of the Indians died in Barcelona and none had smallpox. The company is compact and is proceeding upon its prearranged tour. Buf- falo Bill did not once leave the company, none of the company will return to America, and Frank Richmond died of heart failure. James S. Parks, whoever he is, is an un- mitigated and malicious liar, and we will make it very hot for him if wi are able to itablish his identity." Snulsbury said the Wild West show had evidently a concealed enemy, who was in- ment', but many minor h.ivo boen brought to light, strengthen ing the chnin evidence against the iiKirdernl man's brother Isaac. The body hns Ix-en fully identified. The theory thalt he murder was committed in New Hampshire is supported by the state- ment made by John Willey, a logging team driver, who says that he pa a carriage, supposed to contain Hiram nnd Isaac, in thn pine woods U'tween here nnd East Rochester, nnd n few inmates afterward heard three shot- m rjincli succession. A nuinlH-rof other people say tlmt they heard the firing. The missing head has not vel been found. niiK.nl In KOIgy. W. Va.. Mi. L. A. ediuirof the Martin's Kerry Daily Clipper, was hailed in cdigy by some un- known parties I'Yidav night. When the editor awoke Hatur.iay morning the figure was being swajed mound wind in front ot his resilience. its l-rrast the insciiption: "The Daily i and cross-bones. "Heware of and signed -Conimillcv." The Clipper has been making things lively for thu disi eputublc element of the dtixenti and they tool' this thod of resenting it. lug Fla.. Feb. Mizzel says the murder of Deputy Marshal Sanders was premeditated and that there was an attempt to decoy him (MiwJel into country as well as Sanders. He refused to go and gave a warning to Sanders of tm sus- picion, but it wus disregarded. A l-ever NEW ORI.KAXS, Feb. breaks in the levee In-low here have been repaired, but a Vickshurg special says that the Longwood 31JW1U, [ne spinng newspaper articles against it, but 1 levee it East fan-all parish has broken, that the show was doing well and was all I causing fonsiderable damage TEE CRIMES OF A DAY A DOUBLE MURDER AND SUICIDE IN NEW YORK. Jacob .Sluxitu HU F.n-niy and I.atter'i Wife and Blow. Out HI. Own Colored Murderer Idaku and Ullli Wrong MM. Other Orlmliml M NKW YORK, Keb. 17.- Inane Jacob shot and killed Herman Royoyinsky of M Ridge street, about 5 o'clock yesterday morning, then shot and fat.-dlv wounded Koyozmsky's wife and shot himself dead, The tragedy was the result of an old quarrel U-tween the men. It is said that Jacob once uniiiggled worth of diamonds into this country, and becoming frightened, placed them in Roycrainsky's hands for safe keeping until it should safe tn dispose of them, hut when In asked Hoyoziusky for thvm the latter failed to account for them. It IH also said that Jacob, who was a married man, made love to ninco until he was for- bidden to visit fnmilv any in.ire. Despite hew events, however, Jacob'and Ibi.rcniiuky net occasionally and hud Ini-iiuws transac- 'ons. F.arly yesterday morn ing .Incob called rooms in tho tenement at M .dgo uti'eet, and awoke taili- ng him to come out to the stable, as some me was trying to steal the horse yjnsky used in Ills business as an rxpressman. Koyozinsky accoiiipanied Jc.cob tliv liable, which is in the roar of Hi.Ige Mreet. When the men rmched yard .Tacob suddenly drew a revolver and shot through the heart. He then went back to No. and shot Mrs. Iloynr.in- sky, who was just coming out of thu house, having become aiixloiu Ix-caiiM her huslianrl had gone w ith Jacob, whom she distrusted. The bullet penetrated her neck and lodged in her back. Slio did not fall until reached tho Delancy street police station. Mean- while her son Otto had sprung out and pur- TOnrl Jacob, who flnd im'il he Ilronnn itroet, Hhrn h. turned mid aimed thv revol verat the Thi boy dodged liuhinit i wagon, and Jacob seeing (wo policemen run ninff up to arrest, him placed Ihe revolver to his own head, Hrnl nnd foil dead in thu cut- '-r. On Jacobs' IK-I-SOII was found a long ram- bling statement to Iheollect that Hoyozinsky and everyluwlv els" whom he imd had anything to do simv he caiut. to I his country hudclinati-d and robbeil him; that the law. yem he Imd e.igHg.-d to look after his mtei-esta had played into the hands of his enemies; that his own wife had rohlipd him, him nut and thrown him mUi tin- street; that he was sick, destitute and nnd had Ibmlly dcvided to wke tlw law into his own hands. At the hospital it is 'lot yet known whether Mrs Ibivmmsky can recover or not. Her wound it verv serious. KILLED WRONG MAN. Colored Amaiuln roinmio a Murder H. Illdn-i Inlrlltl To. NKW YCJRK, Keb. 17-James II, Miller, olored, was and killed early ywtor- IH.V morning m the hallway ol Ihu house where he Third avenue, by Morris Miller, colored. The two Millers were not -cihiled Morris Miller had a (pmrrcl with William Ijuvrom-e, James Miller's hrother- n-lnw, about a Imd that tlu to lave got from Lawrence. Lawrence and James Miller wore returning home to- {ether, and Morris Milli-r lay in wait m thu mil intending to nssanlt Lawrence, limed a blow at Ijiwrence, who Jumjied usldd mil fled. Miller also fled. The assailant pursued Miller, thinking in .he darkness that il was Lawrence. nt out on the. street and summoned a po- iceman, who on mitering found James Miller dwul and MorriR Miller ntdlnn n a i-loset where bo waji arrested WILL BUY. lOc Will buy a handsome edge bliu-k Face Voil. 95c and Will liny a lovely pair of black or colored undressed Kid (ilovef. 48c Will buy an i-xtrafiim Coiwt, in white or colored, or any See them. Will a lusautifid walnut genuine Marble Top Stand. Worth dou- ble what we link. 48c Will buy a (iciitlcmeiru Ve- lour Shirt. To fully ap- preciate this offer you must nee them and wear one. 23c Will buy a Indies' fine, knit black Hose, woith ERIE STORE. Kllleil Two Men With ghnt. COH-SIIH-K, Fob. OeorKesville, a Ittln villaipf miles from here, a .rnjrcilv iK-e-nrreil Sat inlay Tom tymi, a snloon kwiper, out. bin piK mil finil ut Ifcilln UK, hull passing oiiRli his neck an-1 loilj-inp; in the henil ol who fell Ihu HiKirileiui, eiiheiiK is iTixirtml (lyiiiR. ll.van is K Iwd atul VMU< oncu iMiuiiil over to court :ir culling woiiiiin. Ntyjilicim Is in onvict, who hu< in the XillllHI'V, Illlll ln'I.H-H'11 llilll till. Illloollist in) existed. SiKwer WUK M young man of air dunncU-i-, niul just dnippnl into l.h. groggnrj o-lieii llu wim diot. Altcmiiloil Munlcr and Suli-.l.l.. oi.i Miii-H, Dohn, il yeara. got ilrnnU and m-iit to hii ul Knsi. FulUm utiwt uliile U.ii-fler- on denriiim He pnlh-.i out a mi.I shot at his wife, iiillictiiig a mintiil winmrl in her lianil. Then placi .lie pistil at his own bond lie fired a-nd mil wen) through brniii. killing him m- lantl.v. He vrnsa tllilifi nnd in Iron orniccs. Drink and ji'iilousy ol hi- an. .Im cuiisi-ofiliL- Th. tir I he body. I'nkmiwn Man Killed. M-r I Feb. well-drwRed nun about old with ttw idni-loi of l.hr. late Ix-high Valley train osl unlit, and was pul off Inn train at l.an- istei Snilch, iienr here An bom later h in illTlbly llianglnd boiiv was up a slmrl islnnoe 11 on. the station and brought Ui an nderlukei-V rstiihlislioicnt, whnra It mill identification KdolanfInlH PArtlH, Feb. t.ho elections yestenlay larle nc-i-ossary by the of formor lections and the unsealing of vanour Boii- MM. Nanipict and Mery, HcJU- ingists, received a plurality uf the cast n Seine district, but, re will he ecessury, there being mi legfll inn jority. M. n-sly lllltof as many voUix as Uery. MM. Gnuxsot, Kovc-sl and Bou- ngists, were re-elected lor St. and M. elleval, Konlnngjst, wus re-elected for i-eaiix. The latter detented ex-c mister fJoblet, A hteainhoat I YOHK, Feb. Capt. utric-k Duiley, who was drownea on his which sank at the battery Friday last, ascniiscd Iheamwt of Capt. Jeremiah ill. The lalter in conunnnd of the beaiiilmat of New York of the Noi wich ne, winch ran into the barge and sank her he captain was arraigned at Tomln was committed without bull ur Hxamiiitttion. wife claim, tliat he del havk avoided tha collision. Trial Armor Plntm. WAKHINOTOS, Feb. navy depart- ont has invited trials of armor to tnke place at Annapolinduring Mar nly tw.i notices of intention to compete ave IK-CH received by tbe bureau of -Redmond Telrord and the International toll OMiipanjr. A boa'd of will triat CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Has just received u rnli line to any in city, and at prices thut will pay you hi in before purchaHing. LADIES! If you want, an easy Ami comfort- able shoo, with a heavy solo, one (lint will i keep your feet