Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 18, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 18, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK, N. Y , TUESDAY, FEBRUARY is. WM). NO. lit. rn £5 ti EP Ii ES EN TA TI PE USINESS HOUSES -  --- »«c    ■ OF DUNKIRK. rKOFKKolONAL 4 NBW RU LI NO MAI HINK for ruling ,\ all knit* of blank* i« th** latest a trillion ta th** Mo balneal Department of Dunkirk Printing Compsnv, Alkxandrk’H L««a) aud Wood Yard, TW Genii*# I Avenue, opposite Nickel PUU* Jqol All grade* of Hard and holt Coef, W -i4i Lumber, Shingle# and Lath. Free telly    Uorreapondcuoe    for    wholesale    Iota toitoi ted. i I.KA. M. MANN, Practical IMumlirr, Ga* A and Mt-ara Fitter. Special attention I von to Haiutary Piuuibiug K>timaU‘i given on Plumbing, Ga# Fitting Steam Heating and Mot Air Furnace#. ti It. Third atreet. BR. OI FPO rd. 5hK and Mil Central Ave. • Artistic Photographer. I n n tan ta ii no u* Photograph# of liable# a a per., alt)’. Hitter# on-1 not wait for •uniluoe except for (tabes I OUK HINIFKKV—J AUKS IRVIN ti, Pre • I pnetor, No. It IC. tenoml street, near Ii ut* fain atreet, Dunkirk, N. Magazines, Mu* I o, Pamphlet#, **U-., IjoUimI in all (ttyirs. Orders p ompio attended to. All work guaranteed. R, T. ROLPH, M. IL, Physicist! and Surgeon, OHI re over Lf uV Drug Store. Broiden** *, < antral A venue. Telephone No. 9. Cells mar be left at I yon'#. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT O alksmf.n Traveling Wanted at once. laical or Big Pay. Mea'Iv Work. Stock • f I lair I * * i |s (fig < «»».    tv    t    f    I    k,    “MMR Warranted Quirk M*lfi«tjr frpeemltiea. Outfit I rec K\|wri*noe Lu necessary.. .I ak. K. tv ii it* MKV, Nu ray man, Hor heater, N. Y. G* IODD A UT A CO.. Patent Attorneys, SIV 7th ^Ht,H s-kinglet), III .opp flee Patents, Caveat* aud Ile bunco recured rya. ii 1ft 7th Patent«lf- it UKC ll Pits CIU HK KUY HOU HK, unit Central I venue. Wholesale .md retail dealer in ll mmcsUr < hma. Glassware, A< . ♦orted an(| . til AH. H. MARKIS, til Central Ave. Gen-era! luau ranee, Life, Accident and Fire. Bufo re traveling insure votir lie iii tile old reliable “Tnt vet err*.** Ileal Kstate Agent, bianii negotiate I on p-operlv. Trade Mark* registered All Pat* til busine*# conduced for moderate Feet. Information. Adure ami *|*eciai references sent on rent neat. pALA UY. 140 KXPKNHBH IN AD-' VANI F., Allowed each month. Steady employment at home or traveling, No soliciting, I Hittes deliver mg amt making collections. No Portal Lards. Aildresa with stamp. HAIKU A CO., I iqua, ohio, I wish to employ a tew ladies on salary to take charge of my business at their homes. Light, very fascinating and healthful Wages Ila jut week Reference given, tonal pay for parttime. Address with'id nip. Mrs*. Marion M AI.KKR. landsvilie Ky. ^77 Mi u ^4*.ii Itll A MONTH an br made 91J Pl I# ..WI working for us. Persons preferred who can turnish a horse and glee their whole lime to tile bicorn ss. Spare moments may Ik- profit* ahly employed also. A few vacancies in towns and* tues B. P. JOHNSON A CD., iOoy Main St., Km bae md, Va. For Kent or *alr. 11«misc oorssr .Heoond and Dove streets. Newly titled up a ad in line «vMi<titioa. Will sell on easv terms. Enquire st the office of Martin Hester Co nrheNMbrmon Elders' Book ■ on * X Mtmigth, Buntal Ins So married mea, swarms V- A Cr*.a h, MS umnd at. Vee lurk Til KY CII KKR FOR PLATT. congress.onal_proceedings. HARMONY AGAIN REIGNS AMONG NEW YORK REPUBLICANS. Cl MA UTA U<JU A HOTEL, /    (Kates,    ti    per    day. Livery and Boarding NL* lib* in connection. Victor linier, Afft anti 337 Lion street. ttlTY ll A lilt*. It HIIOP /    dias.    Nagle, Prop., Under Lake >ii<‘ri* Nail* Mi a I Lank, corner Center and Third siioel*. A flue stock of Foreign and Domestic t ignrs. I HINKLIN A HON, j    M'    Center street. Practical hor»e-»li<»ei#. Particular alt*'it (ion pat*1 to interfering horses. Hhoeiag of road ar , tr ating horse# a s|*eeialty. SPR INR ISHO I) I NKI HK LY KM NO OllNKIt V KR. I-urgent Daily in the County. Au unequalled a Ivertismg medium. I .UN Kl UK KNO I NKL Kl NO COMPANY. | /    Forieerlv hetlew A Popple. ala ii ti lac lurers of Kngmes, Bolters, Pulleys, ensiling Hungers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Casting a, am I Iia*‘ttttt# Work Uinnlet. « vt N KLUK Nil I KT CO., .in, AIG and «/7 I I VNumr ukwaet, Munuf:i*'turers of the ’Cromwell” an*! *,Diu»kirk” perfect - tilting Ureas shirts. On sale in all leading funnelling, clothing and dry go*** it* house# in Dunkirk, Ik F. TOOM KT. J,    *34 and ltd Lion StTMk ■ »c,ilei IU I lour, F ceil, alt. Baled Hay. Plow oh a tea, etc. Established, tall. * KIK ll*»TKl. ami *»tning Sansm, Union I*, Depot. Kau) access to all trains amt boa* ».e«as lions*-a. Beal acorn rn.ate Ibm# for Cornin mal Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. t* ll CKK* a to.. J    MI    ami    '** K Thud street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware ami Up-uoiatering. Picture Frames made lo order. ll. VI ATT KHI IN Mi CO.. ail Central Ave., leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitter#. | I a UFI .I. HTKAM H RATING W)h Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus, unitary Plumbing a Specialty. j j HHK HT KAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Ft    ne    Shirts,    Me; Collars, ic; Cuffs, 4c, and I.acc Curtains. Free Delivery. A tv », ii rn min irs, hil Center street Hi. OKUM. i*    _    _    .    .    _    _    , h Third it, cor. of Buffalo vt .nut icturer and <leaier in Fine B«*»t# A shoes. HEN KY VV Kl LKIt’N NKW STURK, KR ti. Third at. Book#. Stationery , Musical I liar aments, Magazines, Daily aud vt eekly Papers, md every thug |M-rla.aing ton first class Inaik (tort-. .Neboo. Ltaiks s s|k eialty. ■ OH PKI STING of every description and at vj lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, a amt la E. Hecoud SIJ JU. VAN BU BKN A HON, Fire Life, Accolent ami General Bismar « Iteal-srs in Beal F.state ami I.**ans.    Par* leu tar Ilion paid b* the c tie of nr**p« rty collect- c_ -   pi .    . rents Ac. kin Oenter st., intl floor of RUKN PII ARM AUY, 300 Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Pal hts. Gila, Ac, M • ,KURISH, J. W.. I    NN I enter »lre»-t, ll ti ilia* iiitvi a *mI dealer in Hat it ess. Saddles, or cl ins, v ollars, Truaks.Vt h ps, Bu (Ta lo Boles, : to ac Covers, v* tov •«, kl Ute us ami Sleigh Bole*. {I Cli VI HING. T. VV Murray, Ail Lion street. A Specialty    made of sanitary    Phuni.ing, ve.voi    and Gas    F ating Workmanship    guar- nree*! a k HCM OLT KH, J #    17 Fast Third stni-t Fashionable TatUsr. Gentlemen w ill dud it to their a*l vantage to cation me lief orc purchasing t>i.«whfrr.    _ ___ ISH. CARY A CO., £ m    Lion    strtN't. Geuera) llarilwaiv,W lute I.cad,Otis.Painter's supplies, * ut Cloths,Gnu Ie Ware. A special I. ,*i shorw11.VV (Hiatus Pa,» tan*l Vlonrtterange. I y ULI NG. s N'h us blaiik-lsH»W«, le*lgers, and It ad kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IO tv. Second -t. tUooi.i'H MOLOBNHARJ Ut, ,    Cor. Thini ami Buffalo St*., iHuller in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Hiding Stone. Call on me before buying ur Hufe-walk.    _ k ISLEY A (DOW k,    7 and » East Fr>*nt stn>ei. Whisky, Wines, Brandi na. Gsheral I.iqm*r Store for Family Use. kOltKKT WRAY, i    Lion sli'tel, m-ai the dei sit. it*•anting, Hale, Feed and Livery stable tiding by the <tay or week on reasonable Brid. j. w., 134 Center street. Dealer in Mus.cal instruments and Sewing Machines. W e make a specialty of first cia**-makes of Pianos and F arrand A Votey OrgaaA kiAM J. OIFrORU, JOI Central Ave. lUp O stairs), toners: Insurant cand Beal Estate Agent. F ire, Life, Aeetdeat, an*i Live st*»ck insuram*-. Prompt attention given to buying and veiling Heal Estate. iii C. JONES, I    TS FI. Thin! st, cor. I veer. Ex ce la: or Meat Market. Fresh, salt and Smoked Meat*, I-A rd. Sausages, Oysters and W" CHES, JKWKLRY, AC. [ut- the Aurora ttailroml W’atch. He pairing a specialty. *rauk r. nu of. 83 K. Third at HOCH KB, Met Cha ut Tailor, Ste central Avenue WAIT FOR F. D. MATTESON cc* CO’S I 1 ill I 5. loth. A full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. WAIT! New Barber Shop. O. A. HI RH KC, foi inerty in Wheeler’* bar-ber-sbop, ha* opened the barl«er-*hop in the Kriv Hotel, lie ha* every facility for good V irk, and r'tstomera will dad it a goml place hi go for * having and hair elating. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV ADMINIS'rERlM SR. KAIRIS RIIBKR SMClf IC. Ii can be given in a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar belee of food. w ithout the knowledge of the person taking It; It Ie abeoiutely harmless and will effect a i-ermanent and epeedy cure, whethei the patient I* a moderate dei nker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a oompleta cure in every instance. 48 page boot EBEL Addle** In confidence, FOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rat el Hie Kt-Henator Agrees to Mr. Depew’s Two-Thirds Proposition and Hays He Is Aazlous lo Have the World's Fair Held In New York—The Protest Meeting Kudo Happily. New York, Feb. 18.—The Cooper Union hall was densely crowded last night and hun-dred* of fieople were unable to gain ad rn last* rn. The oocazMO of the throng wa* a mam meeting to protest against legislative delay iii lausuug the World's fair bill. Among the prominent |«*rsoas chi the platform were Warner Miller, C M. Depew, John H. Rtarin, A rn br* •*• Snow, .losejdi C. Hendrix, A. M. Tenney, James W. Tapfian anti John Foord. Mr. Ktariii presided and railed upon Mr. Ftsird, a* secretary, to read a aeries of resolutions. hIikTi set forth that the original bill sent to Alliany wa* drawn up by both liemo-rrmts and IL-publicaiis. that it was a purely bu-iness, mm |iartisati measure deigned ba-the lienefft of all the people; that this nonpolitical character (rf the enterprise must lie matntaiiHd, or imgrm will not sanction the selection (rf New York a* the site for the fair; that the commission named in the bill is nonpartisan: that th*- (sxnmittees now in charge, which have lieen criticised as DenMs*ratic nes* to control the project after the oo*n-01 is-1*.ll takes charge, and that there is no reason for dragging inlitkv into the matter in any way. The resolution* were unauimouKly a*b*pted and tis- nudieiice gave threeeh«*eni. Elihu HiG then read a letter from He na tor Evarts sympathising with the objects of the meeting. Edward Conklin read resolution* adopted at a meeting of the Central labur Union, in accord with the npntiments es-ptvNsnl iii the foregoing resolutions. Ibm. Warner Mill* r then made a spse«*h, saying he had thought for thirty years that he was a Republu-sii, lait had suddenly found that he was regard** I bv some as a Tammany Democrat, liecaiise he was in favor of the world's fair bill. He found consolation in the fart that lie had (teen read out (rf the J airt y in gissl company--that of C. M. Dejiew, Elihu Hoot, C. N Bliss. H. V. It. Cruger and others. 'Applause.] Mr. Miller went on to deplore the cry of |ariisatisi*ip that had been raised against th * Lilt. Mr. Milter further said that the committee on legislation was eomp*Med *rf seventeen Re-publu hie and eight Democrats, and the sub-cca i tit duet* there* rf, which drew up the bill, wa- €*'unloosed *rf two Republicans—Dejiew and lbs rf. and one liemocrat, Mr. Whitney, so tbnt if the bill was a Tamnuiiiy plot De pew uimI It* * it were tile traitors. [Applause.] BIL I»E PKW WA EKH WITTY, Mr. |v*-|iew also spoke, saying that if Coinm.Lic haul known wliat trouble this matter w:.s going to cause he never would have discovered America (Applause arni laughter.] Mr. Dtp** appreciabsl his peril iii coming bel e w it Lout receiving permission from the new guardian of the ltejxihlicaii party of New York state, Him. W, E. Chandler (rf New Ilatitfisiiire. He went on to say that evervbmly in St. Ixonia ami t hicago--Democrats, Republicans, Mugwump, Anarchists mid Socialists—agreed on this one |s>iiit of wanting the fair. It was reserved ft>r New Yorkers to leave Washington and (•all each other I tad names at home. Every man is entitled to hi* opinion, wtthmit being charged with jwrty bias. A very eminent and able Republican leader, w ith hi* friends, thinks th-.t a fair iii New York in 1HP2 be-oauae (rf the machinery of the city g*vvern-mcnt Icing in th.- hand* of the Dernocracy, would tea*! to a number of the vast crowd of vi-itoiH ill*Ultimately voting in the presidential election. I, on the contrary, believe that lite j_r<*at prosperity which would follow all over tile country from the fair, would redound to the credit of a national admmistrati* >n under wit*we auspices it was held, th# saute a* the fair of INTO unquestionably did. Each bf us is entitled to a fair consideration of our opinions w itbout cutting each other*' throat*. Mr. ltefiew went on to deny that the commie* ion pro}* wed is a partisan one. < rflier s|ic*»- bes of similar import followed. Finally John F. dinner apjieared on tha platform alai ann* ami ted that if Mr. Depew'* “t wodhirdx" |»mjsisal or csqiipnanise wa* in-d*wsed by the meeting, Mr Plait would agree to it. He said Mr. Platt bad sent for him and told him be was anxious to have the fair in New York city and that if the “two-thinl.-" proposal wa* indorsed there watt no doubt it could lie **arried in th** legislature. Mr. Dejww made a few remarks, saying this showed that the criticisms on Mr. PJatT'» motives hail (wen unjust. Ihe question wa* then pat and the projsisal was heartily indorsed atsl the meeting dosed w ith three cheers for Ti**vim- I', Platt. While the meeting was iu progress several overflow meeting* were held outside. More Fighting in the House Over the Counting of a {Riorum W AHU I NG TOH, Feb. 18.—The house yester day spent almost all (rf the time until adjournment in warm debate over a ruling of speaker Reed. After the reading of the journal Mr. Carlisle arnee and waul that since Jan. *29 the Democrats had teen |*r*>U**ting against the approval of the journal on the ground that it contained an entry ma*ie by dictation of the speaker, showing th** name* of mein lier* pres ant and not voting Isnt Friday a code (rf rule* was adopted which gave the speaker that right Against this they still protested, and would continue to do ao a* an unconstitutional practice. But this question could not lo* decided in this house, and whenever proper cases ans* it would go to some other forum where it could be Anally and decisively paned upon. He saw no reason why the journal should not be approved in the form which the house ha*! a right to prescribe The journal wa* then approved A conference committee wa* appointed on the senate bill to increase pension* ai Moldier* and sailor* totally he I plea* by reason of im juries or disease incurred in the service. Under the sus|ieusH >n of rule*, the senate bill providing for a form (rf government for Oklahoma was made a special order for today. A bill from the committee on war churm, providing for the allowance (rf certain claim* report**! by the accounting ofth-er* of the treasury, wa* [lasNed (It a)*plies to the 4tb rf July claim*.] Mr. Candler thou re;airted the resolution fur (lie discussion of the world'* fair hill* on Thursiiay and Friday, aud lo*Holing on Mon-lay. u(items the bouw* shall have determined bv a vote that the world's fair shall not b* add Mr. Mdb demand***! a second. Tellers were appointed and the result an arm need wa*: Yea*, 14; nays, 8. Mr. Kilgore made the |x>int (rf no quorum. The speaker declared that 172 mender? were present- rn* ire than a quorum Mr. McMillan protected that the rules pre -«-nbed teller* as a means «rf ascertaining th«-Aiwwen*** of a quorum After further protests from the Democi-atic mille, which tile s)ieaker calmly ignored, he declared that del tate on the motion wa* in order. The Dem<«*rats strenuously resisted this de r-iwoiL Mr. McMillan (-untended that there was ne rule that permitted the sjieaker to count a quorum ex<-ept during the progress of a ye# and nay call. Mr Dockery of Missouri said that the nil# cited by Mr. McMillan did not seem to provide for a count by the speaker at all. but only bv tellers The speaker replied that the rule provided for the count of those who voted. Til* vote had resulted 114 to 8—that seemed to lie a majority. —. Tile del rn re wa* continued by Messrs. McMillan. <'ariste, Milk*, Peter*. Candler, llitt, the speaker and <liber*. The question was finally taken on the motion to suspend the rules au*l make the sjiecial (arder for the fair bills, and r»*s iIted in a vote by tellers -yeas SSRI, nays 5ft, and the special order wa* made. l ite call of committees having been concluded, the bill for the relief of the Indians at Devil'* ljike Ajjen -y wa* call**! up and juissed under susjiension of the rules. Mr, Ranks calk*! up a hill to provide for the appointment of thirty additional medical examiner* in the | tension office Considerable discussion followed, w hen the yeas aud nays wren* ordered on the |ia*mage of the bill, but no quorum voted, so the house adjourned, with the underate tiding that the bill will come up on the next susfiensioo day. A IBISON LABOR BILL SENAT TI JR COLLINS’ MEASURE THE SUBJECT. ON It !*r«. VI de* That No Hachlnery shall be lard in Reformatory I ast It attent, and That No Labor shall ba Farmed Out, Coni Farted For, Given or Hold~%n Appro! F latten ter Material*. a# fill He* main tined j ref cm lienal ther* A PRISON BUREAU. Hilratn JONS OF THE REVOLUTION. Mr. Depow’s latter Accepting a Flare OM the T- alimental Committee. Dkti*.! HT, Feb. IN,—The follow ing letter ha* team received from Chauncey M. Depew by VV. H. Brenrly, proprietor of the Detroit Journal: New Yuan. Yet* JA 18R8. W H Brcarly, Ke*j . Detroit : Dcak Kin--Anawering v*oi request that I aet a* member of the cooimittee appointed by the preKitt* 11 <>f til H S te*j- of the Son* of the American Re*oh.ti a, which D to have charge of the lu te* tai cd fur acme pcaper testimuoiti to Franc it: appr«-ctation of her effort« in our behalf in te-unni our national independence, I accept the poMiiioa with pleasure In any evoof there cou11 b - no more gta eful act on the part of the pe*t*4e f the Uatted states than the a** know l-signietit by them in antae penuament and art bt c f* nn of tin- great defat we owe ti F'ranon N iue tie* pr* ae .taU io lo us by the French peo |rfe (rf lh** statue of liberty enlightening (be aorta. Ute duty devolving upon wa |*»,act seems to be imperative. Yours very truly, I HAI NCKV M lh CKW St.. CiaclnnatLO- C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 3«4 MAIN ST.. RUFFALO, ft. Y. dkalkh in pins, nam ai jewhzt. ( lock*. SIHerwarc. Leather U*mmU. |;tr. KNaRA VINO, GOLD4 SIL VBR PLA TING A COMPLETE LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS ;i(i4 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iraquoi* Hotel. f atal 'Ireek in Kanw*. Wichita, Kan . Feb. 16.—The engine and baggage <ar of the Galveston cxi>re*s plunged through a bridge over Chi*h«rfm creek, nil miles south of bere. The fmssenger conche# were left on the bunk. Headmaster K Peter-- of New urn wa* killed: Engineer VS and and Fireman Smith ra h had a leg broken; tile exprw-a inewHeuger. name iud learned yet, both enit* broken: Bli*« (.'ain of Udell, four rilw broken: JommIi Ericaon of Tojieka, arm broken; E*lwar*l Whitney ai Bt. Louis, fra**-turcd collar Im Hie, and several other pamen-ger* suffered from cut# ami bruises A relief train and six doctor* have arrived at til# wreck from this city and the injured will be (Vinco cd a.* soon a* posaible. A Jury Secured. Chicago. Feb. 18.—A jury to try the im dieted jury brit tem wa* at last secured in Judge Waterman's court yester*lay. Amis* ant State s Attonwy Neely made the opening addrest for the kl ate. and the taking »rf evi demo* was lieguu. After Deputy Criminal Court Clerk A. N. Lee, an uiiiuiportaiit wit new. had testified, the court adjourned until this morning. IN TMK SI N ATK. Washington, Fob. is The senate yesterday listciKsi to h con; intuit iou by Mr. Blair of hi* *p**e**h on the educational bill. Mr. Dawes presented more than 24U|*etl* tions from Massachusetts stating that mon* than si Kl,OOO gallons of intoxicating liquor are annually exported fr*»m tlii# c*»untry to Africa, ami praying that under that section of the couatitutiou, wlic-h nuthoriaes congress to regulate <*oinmeree with foreign nations, this traitic should Imp stopped. The petition was referred to the committee on edu*atioii ami lal«>r. Mr. i'haiidl**r presented several petitions front M ten*Mpf»i cxanplaining of the Ktipprm si* >ii of th*- He] ai IJ i- an vote in that state ami representing that the •s*H-all**l legislature of Mississippi had n ceutlv enacted a law f*u-est a 1.1;-bing a new constitution for the state on the 12th of August, Iv*> the same lint to be submitted to the people for rn filtration, and that it was the avowed (ai iqs we of the Democrat* to employ fraudulent methods to deprive many intelligent citizen* of their franchise.** Referred to the committee tai privileges aiel elections. Mr. Frye from the select committee on th* Pa* ifi • railroad funding bills referred to it ami in lieu of them re]iorted an nrigiua) bill (Hi the subject with two rvfmits [The bill anti reports were covered in thc-e di*|iatches vesteniay.] Mr. Frye explained the lull ami refMirts at some length. At the conrtusion **f Mr. Frye'*expatiation the bill was plao-*l on th*- calci- tar, ami Mr. Frye gave noti't* that he wotihl call it up on Mar**h 4. A resolution of Mr. ('ban lk-r. calling on the iittdmey general for infortnntion regard-ing the recent assassination of W B. Haumlers, Unite*l Stat*w deputy marshal for the northern dwtrict of Florida, went over under object ion. Mr, Beek pivscnted the credentials of Mr Blacklmro far tile term tieginning March 4, IWB, and they were placed on Hie. A number of lull* were jiasseil, among them the follow ing- To enable the secretary of the interhir tc locate Indians in Flomia on lands in severalty. Appropriating $40,000 for a static of Janie* Madison in Wa*hiugton. Authorizing the president to confer brevet rank on ofBcer* of the United States army (m gallant servh**** in Indian canqsiigm. Mi P]att gave notice (bat be would * alhq th** bill to admit Wyoming into the union ut the earliest opp*>> tuuity At 2 o'clock the edu at tonal bill was taken up and Mr. Blair a* I tinged the *euate foi Uiree hours in t'onDmiatiofi of hk- remark begun nome time ago He saki the educational hill would 's>mji**nsate the south Iii some measure for Hr* J Massage of the de pendent }»cns:on bi!! (now tbivneuing which would distribute #2t*.*100,000 to <'>' 000.000 a year almost exclu*i\ely in the Nortlmm states. He experted opponitiou to the bill from many Southern senator* whose power was loiilt on the aristocracy that owned fbi labor and t he land iii the South before th* war. He warned them that education would be the enter) ug wedge lo the establishment of a new *>rder of things, even in Tex a.* Mr. Cuke defended the state (rf Texas, which lie saki, spent more motley on educa Mon than any other Southern state. Mr. Blair continued, but did not conclude hi* remarks. A conference was ordered tm the bill Ic take a census of farm mortgages. Senate biU establishing two additional land district* in Wa* Ii. ag too was passed. At 5 o'clock the seuate adjourned At.a TMY. Fab 18. -Senator I 'oilily will wwm i ii reduce a bill which has been reqnewted by the labor organization* of the state, to abolb i prison labor. The text of the bill is iw*: » »n I—No motive pow-er machinery for tuiuring purpose* shall be placed or a the pn*ons of the state, |ienitentiaries. c a tories, house* af correction or any mrf it ut it rn* of this state or the counties if in u hich prisoner* are con Bn* si by the sente ace .rf any court, for the {Hirpmw of pun-islini att or reform, aud no person* in any such institutions shall lie required or allowed to wo ti while limier sentence therein at any trade or industry where hi* labor, or the profit iif his lait*it i* farmed out, contracted tor. gH ’en or sold to any person whomsoever. Sec ti hi 2— The superintendent of state* prise* a, or other officer* having charge of state |iris*» {H-mteiitiarieM, reformatories, houses of coif.’wtiou, tor any (rf the j*mal institutions of ti#* stat.*, or the <*«>untie* thereof, shall cause ti to he inantifacttired therein by the inmates* thereof, *tt**h arti*-l«s only a> are com ni'Hil t needed and used iii such institution# I or cl# thing and other supplies of such imiti-tuth n h, and til** imitate* thereof, and all articles manufactured in sm-h institutions, not required tov use therein, shall be furnished, ho fa.r q* practical, to the several almshouses. Hay 11 pus, ftenai or other charitable reformatory institution*, mipjiorted wholly or {tartly by tbe state, or by the counties or cities thcpfm. for the use of their inmate* u{mmi the itvpii iti**n of the *u|ierintetidef)t. trustees or •nail a ;et> thereof U{k»ii the sii{M*nntendent of -tat**, prison*; and no arti*-le sn manufactured - hall b * j fir hiised for the use of such inmates tmh • the aam# eannot he furnished upon - ti<*ii > *■ pi ob i. ut. N. <r t iou    Tim comptroller, superintendent of MRO.* pi is*ms mi.I th# president of the state IMvaiv I of charities shall constitute a board wince duties shall lie to fix and determine th# vah#H of th# price at which all articles nianu factored in t he statt |>ri*ons. reformatories or other lienal institution* of tin* state and fur-ntshs*d f**r Us*- of such institutions, shall be so fumiMhod, w Iii. Ll price shall lie uniform, and shall in no case exceed the actual coat thereof, Icsml u|rm the expense of maintainanc# of sud* prison# and the cont of material used in th# manufacture of clothing and the articles nlzaf set forth. The comptroller shall devil** and furnish to the aim-houses, asylum* and (rf her <*h*(riteble and deem* my nary insti-tutams a pi**}**i form for such requbdtion*. nml also • |iroper ay Ste u of ac*** hi tits to he kept f*ir all sn h transact I* .ti*. All money re-.-pjvtsl for su Ii article* so fm uishtsl nj on rf q ti ini t ion Ini 11 Is* paid into tim treasury, as now wqoirvd by law in case of sales of the product «>f spit,, prisoners. He.-tion 4 The sum of ff/itNUNNI i* hereby appl opri,-lied for the purchase of materials a* desired by this act.    i Hrction :• The sheriffs of the different * aunties of tim state are hereliy authorized to I I ma rd forty cause all persons who may be sentenced by ! Mailed from the judgment* of any court of this state to lie confined iii the county jail at hard tailor to be at work cultivating the fl**l.Ls, highways Pre* Don* of srnMl«»r Wilson's KHI Cl sling One W ashixoton, Feb 18.—The senate committee on judiciary lias authorized a favorable report im th# lull introduced in th- senate by Mr. Wilson of Iowa to establish a prison bureau. The bill provides for the establbh ■■lent and maintenam’e of a detriment of justice of this bureau which shall he under the charge of a commissioner of pn.soti* The lull makes it the duty of the commissioner of prisons to collect, to collate and to classify the criminal stathitic* of th* United State*; to examine annually the penal institution* of the country, aiel to aasrUia their methyl* of treatment, dhcyline, management of Njrstettui of lalsir, «xwt of siqqK>rt and sanitary conditions; to gather iufonuation concerning crime and it* .•au*e^. to establish a central office for the identification of criminal* and to attend to such other matter* mn may be referivd to him by the attorney general. The ccimiiiwioaer in to he appointed by the pi Vaiden t and is to re* vive a salary of AM**). The bill ap|M'<q>rtaYeM $|5.fHNi for tile {Mir-{Mnie of {laying the couimiataoner and such (rfher clerical aNMistants a* may lie ne.vs»«arv to «*arry on the bureau JAKE CAUGHT A TARTAR. is Outfought at Fvery Point by a Western Nan. New Ori.e a vs, Feb. 18 J. J. Corbett, teacher of the Olympian club at San Francisco, ttested Jake Kilrain in a nix-round contest for a purse of $3,500 at the Southern Athletic club room* last night. Kilrain bad agreed to knock Corbett out in six round#, but wa* out fought at every {mint. Corbett is well educated, ambitious and is Regarded iii the Vt ext a* the coming world’s champion. He ho* never lieen defeated. Kilrain wa* in line trim updo Thursday night, lait the death of Jame* at Dallas, Tex., unmanned him somewhat, according to Muldoon Be/.tnsh, who was implicated in the Janie* affair, defeated Johnson in four rounds Mike Cleary whipped Mike Smith, the Cincinnati heavy weight, in two round#. The club room* were es{iecially fitted up for the matches, and a large number of spectator* were present. Clifton Rum. New York, Fell 18 The weather at Clifton yesterday was pleasant aud the track in good condition. First ra«v, selling, % mile: Ban Hope flrst, Vengeance second, Bellair third;time. LIM1*. Her*aid race, selling, % mile: Osceola first, Bl****ied second, Umpire third; time, 1:03!£. Third ra*v. purse, I mile:    Henry    George first. John Ark in* sec* aid. Gallus Dan third, tune. 1:4V^. Fourth imv, selling. ftly furl*mgs: Zulu first. ('an't Tell *e**«d, Wild (‘lierry third; time, l:42l§. Fifth ra«v, selling, ft‘v, furlongs: Watterson first. Nellie Booker colt se*s>nd, Insight third; time, l;2ft|. Hixth ra*v, pump, % mile: Brait first, Mil.Im second, Glory third: tim**. 1:17 Their Cake Wm nil Delicti. New \ ore, Feb. IK.- The steamer Finance from Brazil. whi«*h arrived yestenlay, had on Germans and Hungarian* who New York last Novemtier to start a colony near Maranham. Brazil. They aiv in a wretch si ctaidition. They sav tliat THE TORIES ARE ANXIOUS REGARDING THE OUTCOME OF THE ST. PANCRAS ELECTION. ftir. CcM-hrwHe-Hallie* LlaMe lo be Mwc-eeeited by » Rail leal—The I’arnelllte* Make rn Ulaim f«*r Re nu ti lime iii en I mf Their Ka pense* In (be Recent Investigation—Other Foreign News. London, Feb. 18 The |MtrltHMi**titarv election in the north division of st PatMvas to fill the vacancy caused bv the elevation to the peerage of the sitting Conservative member, Mr. Charles W Co-hranr Knillee, who Miic*ved* hi* father, the late te>rd I Manning ton, in the house of lord*, is looked forward to with intense interest. The division to tie • •untested is really the key to the london electoral situation The Tory majority at th* last election wa* something less than .'KU, and that, too. at a time when the accusation* made by The Times against the Paniellitee ami the Liberal alhet*, together with allegation* of similar import and gravity were prevalent It in now believed by the Lit eral# ami feared bv the Tories that the revtiboou ♦rf popular feeling resultant from the complete failure of the cotntniaMon to find any warrant for the princqial charges will throw the -eat to the Glndstonians, an event which would indicate almost punitively rn changed state of feeling in the adja*vnt t *msei vat ive strongholds PAR\RI.I.ITES' CI.AIM E<Ml HI. I M BC HHK M ENT The cabinet again met yesterday to d tar uhs the rejMirt of the Parnell commission, an*! the matter of allow ing the Parnellite* a sufficient sum to {my their ex{ienses in defending their cane before that ImmIv. The Parnelltte# liase th«*ir claim for ex{vtiM**H on the statement of Mr. W. H. Smith, that they w«mld lie entitled to reimbursement should they succeed in * tearing themselvHs of the charge* brought against them, lf they have not done this ale solutely they have ivrtainly shown themselves innocent of the ais-usations ti|M>n which their a*s'users **hi-fly relied in the prosecution of the case, while the government (through The Tunes) ha- utterly failed to prove anything more heinous than an excess of patriotic zeal iii th** few minor charge* w bidi aremisteined In three «*irciiin*tancoK the I’ariiellites intend to hold Mr. Smith to hi* promhe. MINERS (JET NO EN* 'OC It A* J KMENT To a deputation of miner* who called on him, Home Secretary Matthew* Maid that they need not entertain hopetlmt tile government would Mipport any mea-un* in the prreent MPtwion of {larliament looking to the establishment of an eight hour law I xmi Salisbury will take hi* d«q ut it ti re to •lay for Bournemouth, w here he will sojourn a short tim** for rest and recuperation. Herr H«.«reki, a {•rondnent So- ialist lead«*r of Berlin, w as arrested yest**r la v for f«»rg'*ry. It i* charged that he has forged the name of hi* father in law to {»i{ier u|m>u which lie realized large sums, the pr*M *-**ds iieing ex-I leu* 1*»* I in the Advaiicemeiit of the Socialist cause. Hemen Flach and H«wenliaimi, e*iitor* of the Pot**lamer Nnchristen, have 1m**h *en-ten«***| to *hort term* of iiuprisontiient for m*ultmg th** cl nj** ror. KILLED A BURGLAR. WILL BUY. 10c \N ill buy a IiaihIroiiip liortler ♦*<liT** Mack Fact* Veil. 95c and $1.20 Will I my a lovely pair of black or colored mid rushed Kit! it love*. 48c Will buy an extra tine (’orset, in vvliite or eolor<*d, or any size. Set* them. $1.48 Will buy walnut Top Stand. Worth double what we ask. a beautiful black genuine Marble 48c Will buy a Gent lenten’* lour Shirt. To fully u| predate tins offer you must see t hem ail I wear one. Vt Kob- they were promised house*, farms, blok* and and at her public works in such locality a* the I capital, but were given only palm leaf hut* IsMird «.f mu|M*rvleor* may direct    j    in a swamp, uncidtivatable land ami imbiol*. Section ft—lf sltal! not Im* lawful for any i but were {mid A) miirei* a month for each •hove name*l institute bi receive Unite*! | family—a sUm „0t Kufllcient to State* |M-is**ii»*r>. Se*-ti**n « VII a**te inconsistent with this act nix* repeated. Section H— This act shall take eff*n*t itiime-• liatclv. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. Irfjt (Im. Porter Favors the <'**n*truet!«»n **f '*-»Mn*l New Armories. Albany, F-b. 18.—Among the bills intro-iluced in the assembly last night were the following: By Mr. I Hotmnideu -Aliolishingall charge* for w harfage for d«M*king pnrj ><*•*** on vessel* •‘ttgaged in freight or |Ms- *nger traflic. The bdl wa* introduc-d at the request of the ('anal and Harbor Protective union. By Mr. (sohmer App <*f>riating ffLtTrfl.orio for an armory in New York city for th# Sixty-ninth a-'i.ii*nt, theeity of New York to appro?*' tate j '.’iSi.ini for an armory sit®. Bv Mr. Hitt — Ffovaling for the printing of lO.iMJl) cojue* of th- memorial to Gen. Philip Sheridan. By Mr. Devr* Amending the charter of Binghaiuten by {iroviding for two assistant chief* <rf |M»h<>e, and making July the lo^in-liing of th- fiscal year of the pol;**- Island. By Mr. Khoti*# A* to the ventilation of pub! ic hall*, assembly room*, theatr***, churclw**, school bouss and public convey-ati' C*. It ns}uire* that the air admitbat and exhausted shall not Im less than 15 cubic feet per minute for wdi jier-ou. Among th** bill* passed wet®: Mr. Guenther'*, fixing th» salary of the aldermen of Buffalo at ♦ I .ODIO per annum ami that af th** president of th** common **ouncil at $1,250. and Mr. Whit* prohibiting }**r-s«is not licensed a* pharma -ists to sell |m*i*oo* **x*v{rf in New York. King* aiel Bn# eoun-t ic* Mr Hilt* bill, creating three boards of medical exam'tiers, wa* recommitted for a hearing on Wednowlay Is-torc the general law* committee, Mi RIkmIc*' Hell Gate tall wa* <altered lo third reading. Adjourned. IN TMF. R KH A TIC. A communication from Ad it. Gen. Porter was laid bef* re the senate recommending the erection of armories for the Silty-ninth an*] Ninth re. i.:i«*!:t- of New Y*»rk city, th# Fourth (rf Geneva, the Twenty-eeventh of Malone, the Eighteenth (rf Glen* Fall* and the Thirty-fifth of Ogileusburg. It is also recommended that an appropriat ion of $25,-tlWf be mud- for a new armory at Utica and that tbi* old armory -hould be sold. Mi FWelt «*ileied a resolutton requesting the rtatubjry revision commission bi prepare a general ew-heat trill. Adopted. Bills were introduced: By Mr. C'ogge*hall- Permitting divorce# on the < barge of wilful dewertion# Bill* were ordered to third reading Mr. Cha*** * Kci.sk*lear Wick rifle range. Mr. Hoes* heV relative to liquor license# of deceased jiersoua Mr. Roliertson'* Young Men’# Christian association tall. Mr Chase'* Cohoe# water work* bill. Adjourned. buy food. After gr**at suffering they were finally given I Rassagi* I tack b* New York. Nnutberii Iron f**r l*itt«l»uru. Sheffield, Ala., Feb. 18. —The Amt shipment of iron from Alai nu un bi Pittsburg wa* sent from here yester*lay. It consist# of 5,«H0 tons and goes on nine barge# via the Tenne«s**e and Ohio river*, in tow of the steamer Percy Keloey. The freight charge is #2.50 jier bm— much lower than the railroad rate. A «-ontract ba* another shipment of I2J3*) ton# ha* lieen make. A banquet was he I* I last night at which prominent busine## men of this ami othei southern cities celebrated the event. tor Fleet rte Wire Conduit*. New York, Foil. 18.— The board of #|e«*tri-• a) control ha. decided to contract with the Standard Fie trie Subway company for the const™* t»oii of subway* for cie trie light and {lower conduit* In such street* in this city a* th* floatd may direct, and that the Mettle-ment of term# and condition* of Much contract* fie fuel at m rn-**)mg *>•' the fs«inl Feb, Pi, ea« h ele**trio light compmy bi submit In the meantime it* pro|*»-ed amendm<qit*to the form of the existing contract. A Double Tragedy, Charleston. 8, Feb. 18.—L. laival called at the st«»re of B Feldman Sc Co., ami asked to see hi* wife, who bad been separated front him for some time. When tile woman applied Ijaval shot her and then *ho< Feldman. Both the victim# are thought to ne fatally wounded. On tieing arn-tad fgival said that it was only a family affair and that tbei** was nothing more to G* said about it. The affair ba* created a groat sensation as the imrtits are well known. Kwcin* at New Orleans. New Orlrann, Feb. 18. - Find lace, % mile: HkolielofT first, Barney f^e second, March bu iii third; tune, I: Hi. KekSdul race, ,% mite: Paasiou fln»t, Mark T. *e(s>n*l, Little Bess th in I; time, I :UC». Thtnl race. 4j^ furlongs; Harvester Amt, Fremont »ssiml, Lottie F. tfainl, tune, 5ft eeconda F*>urth rate, % mile: Lula L. first, Harry Ireland second, Ut nile third; time, I ,:8J. Old Ohioan Gets the Drop on lier aud firing* Him Do vt a. Crestline, 0.f Feb. 18.—Bnmlay night alout 9o'clock came a rap at the door of F. J. Keiigle, an ag**l farmer ami hi* wife, who reside one mile *ast of here. A demand to know who knocked ami what wa* wanted elicited the reply that they had a <lis|Mb*h for him. Beng Ie opened the door ami two men rushed j Nisi him ami drawing revolver# command**! the couple to keep silent under pen atty <rf death. tine of the men gral>lss| Beagle, ami when his wife started bi his assistance she was seined by the other, ami iii th** struggle which followed Istih (j-cngie and hts wife were thrown to tile floor. Beng Ie rom-bed to hi* {locket and got his revolver, lait Unrig fire venturi from using it on the man who held him <l«i(Mi he leveled it- u|hiii the one who beld Mrs Beagle, ami shot him through nu* houri. The wounded man staggered b> his feet, reeled (Hit of the r*sint and fell dead a few step# from the house. The man who held Bougie then released him and ma*te hi* e-cape. Indorsing Governor Hill. New York, Feb. |H, Tile Young Men’* Democratic club has reconsidered it* former indorsement of tile Maxton liallot reform bill ami indorsed Governor Hills iwommenda Don* (hi the subject. The deltaic wa# a lively (Hie Governor Hill was accused by some (rf Helling out to the Republican*, and was eulogized by other* a- the most faithful of Democrat*. A motion was entered bicon sider the action at a future meeting. I tiNrgcd With CmuhIiii a Disaster. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Feb. I*.- Mine In sjiector Williams h:i* obtained a warrant of arrest of John Berkhei-er, inside foreman of the Nottingham mine He charge# hun with the responsibility for th*-'recent disaster Dint caused th** death of eight ruiner#. The ar rest is to Ie made bwtav and in a*vor*lam-e w’tth the finding of the coroner*# Jury 23c Will huy MCK ii Ladies' Hid* knit 11 OKU, WG! ti) GAP. ERIE STORE. GARL SCHAUER. 59 East Third St., IIhk jtiHt received a full lint* of 0 J b A Pr#b#M# Murder, New Yore, Feb. 18.—Tbebody of a woman apparoutlv HS yetu# old. was found at the edge of a pond in the vicinity of Second and Harrison street*, Hoboken. There were marks of v ioienoe on Hie head. The woman had Is-en seen the night before in company with a man not far from wh^ne the body wa# found. An Investigation is in jmvgivws. An Old Vian (omm.t. smcitl#. WATER(*oo, N. Y., K**U, ta    Hecker, a farmer living west of tilts v I!.age, committed suicide by hanging in his baru. The deed was committed w hen Hecker wa* in a fit (rf (tespondeucy produced by tdckne## and a failure of ci*o|im the past season. He wa* about 75 year# old ami leave* a wife and daughter. _ A Email Pol Patient Dead. Mekida*. Conn.. F**b. 18. —Pat rf k Higgins, aged 25, one of the small pox (Nitlent# quarantined at the Fleming bouse, died yesterday afternoon. This is the Hist death since the disease ma e it* appearance liere. Th# patient# in tie* peal house are nqmrtcd doing well. Higgins was buried last night. A MImIb| Mm Found. Boston. Feb. ta.—Walter Katon. reported    a    New    Hun    tar    Boston, miming from North Attleboro, wa* met on BORTON, Feb ta.—Th# Boston baseball the street yesterday by one of bi* non*. He J (.Jjjb ha# signed a Hew catcher in the perwon said be had been enjoying hi motif.    J    of George F. Hodgman of Goton. To Take fttrtker#* Place#. Wf .KR*-Barre. Pa., Feb. 18-—One hundred Hungarian* left here yesterday for the Punxsutawney coal regions. Another lot of Hum and I ok*.-*, numbering over IOO, are to leave to-day. Trying to Mgn Ituck Fwing. Cincinnati, Feb. ta. President Day of the New York league club is hero negotiating with the catcher. Huck Fw’ing, w ho is prominent iii the brotherless!. Mr. Day decline# to talk on Hie subject, but in reputed that a salary of $10,ODO a year, with rn three years' connect, has lieen offered as an inducement to Ka mg to return to the league A Spectator Killed Philadelphia, F»*b ta, — AtTroskow, Car* ten county, a mob of Hun ...arian* ami Pol**# tri*d to demolish an Italian hoarding shanty. John Botikow apfieans) at the d#s»r of Hie -banty ami fired several shots into the crowd. John Paul, an innocent spectator, wa* fatally wounded Baskow vt as arrested. Tit# Peaceable Hr. Lei’eau y. Philadei.phia, Feb. ta -A largi* mmdier of wltm-sses In the laK.'oney murder trial at Camden yesterday tetifhsi to the lo-aceable dis|SJ#ition of Cbaiktey I>*< *inev aud flint his character wa* g*sid. It i* exfss ted that lo? Colley Will occupy Die stand beday or be morrow, im"'r " T 1111 uini l'"i '..................      "NI Another Through Line, Minneapolis, Feb. 18. - A I**-#] pa,s.r -tate* on high authority that a movement is on foot by the Northern Pacific railroad *x>nipony to secure control of the Baltimore and Ohio, thus making with the Wisconsin Central, a complete line from *s*e«n to *# eau. Overcoats tad Trouserings Equal to any iii tilt* city, and sit prices that will pay you to Kite him before purchftHing. LADIES! Cf you want an easy and comfortable shoe, vvitll a heavy Hole, one that will W ill Auk tar a Renewal. New Yore, Feb. 18 —A special to The Post from Ottawa state#, on the authority of the minister of justice, that the government Ila# decided to ask parliament ta renew the Hindus vivendi Gilman in A Doyle’* kehedulc. New Yore, Feb. 18.—The ached lite of Gil-tnartin & fkiyle, who assigned yesterday, show* liabilitie# of $9o,000. aud asset# of $75 -JOO. account# outstanding, $140,009. kpt*i> your fe«t dry and warm. jjct a |»air of D. AnnHlropg ('o’k Hand Welt, common se use ahoea. Thfjr will |)U*a8e you.-- SULLIVAN & SON, ^ I 3 Cc ntre Street. For Finest W all Paper call at Monroe s. ;