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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. T, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1890. NO II. HEP RESENT A TIVE USINBSS HOUSE! OF DUNKIRK A NKW RULING MACHINE for rulm all kinds nf blanks the latent solitie.n t the Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing tompanv 1 LEXANOEK'8 Coal and Wood y ard. 71 Central Avenue, opposite Nickel I'lal All jtradoB ol Hard anil Holt (oa Weiodl Lumber, Shingles and 1 ath Krti le.lv Corrcflpon tencxi for wl olcsale lot LEX. M. MANN, 1'raciical Plumber, On and ttteam fitter Special attentio to Sanitary 1'iumbiug Katimaten gire onVlumuing, Gas Kitting Steam Heating am Hot Air furnacea IT, 1C Third street. I B. OIKKOKD, 2Z3 and 226 Central Avi, Artmtic I'liotograplior Instantaneou of Kablce a specialty Sitter need not wait for aunalnne fo mines BINDERY-JAMES In.vl.NO, 1'n. It uriclor, Nu lb h. btixmil street near Bui tuJu street. Dunkirk, N Mafffuinea, Mil I'limplilLU, tu bound in all It a Or lev attended to All work gtiaiantied I lUKCHKffR CHOCKKKV HOUSE, I 10s Central avenue and retail dealer in Imp >rtcd an china ,HAS. H. IIAKKIH, 221 Central Avo oen eral Innuraiice, Life, Accident and riro t.i fore trtvehiiK intture vour lie in the oli -tlubic "rr.npii.i-B'" Koal fcotatc Agent I nexoliutc I on p-oiwrtv. HOTEL, Hates, day LIVCM and Hoanling Stable in conuei Hoi Victor Hidei, 8S5 and 3J7 Lion mri ot. '1TV KAUUKK H1KIP Chas Nagk, Prop I nnei Lake. Shore National Hunk, conn. (.'Dlcr tinel llnnl streets. A fine slot k ol -rcnen an 1 Dtiintbtic I igara tUNKLINikSON, O .Us ntreet, rractirul horst nlie-eia. Particular attention piue' to inteiRruiK noises, btinuing of loae ir.tr hurriia a ML IKK hyiiMMi OltSKKVKK. L trKcnt ni tlic Au a-lvtrtming meelium DUNKIRK KNbLPtEttKING COMPANY t orirwrly A jlai uraiiurbra ol r HK'nert, vlINKIUK H111KT CO., Mi, Ml Ctaltr fltrttl, Muniif tt tuiticj ol Llit 'CrouiHtlJ' uml jierftU- lUtnif; On HS MiirtH 4 in suit, in nil loiutiug loihmg anil   in I'unkirK, D P. ttii I ion Htr it, in Houi.tet'i, all. Unit l Kit IK HOTEL ami t 1JI I- au> .ICCLnH Ul 111 Intllla tinel u uerciitl frnv tl I nini cl IMIF- ai ooiuiuiMtaliMiib fur (cm luhn J Murphy, I'rop 1 'ULElvN A CU, Cj 97 anil 49 b. rmtil sin LU piue turDitnrc, abnitt Up .oelcriiig 1'ioturc rratnt.ct muilt to order MAXTrSON f CO (01 Centra! Ave r'.isliitiii nnil (tuntleiiitn I AltKLI. -iTKAIl llf.ATINO CO., .nufzte luieid of Heating MiinUtrj- I'liiinhmi i I eu-Alfc. STCAVl Our -ptLialln.8 tine slurlB, eulltvirt M, Lulls, 4i, anil Late Curtains tree Dtliv IS A Cuiniuings, Jo7 Center street K. OMIM, h Unnidt ,iur oi nuir.k- iuf c turtr HinJ Icaler in I me Uoota AdtiooB ENRY NKW STOKK, lot b Haul SUiliotturr, MUNICH I In- ttkl> h.t )Ois 1 T. Lh i g t u firm ttusb ifouks II H Jolt rui'NXi'X" of and ill luuLrit li.nig rates h> Dunkirk I'rtnling Coinpam, 10 seiimil M j JB. %'A.N 11UKKN A SO.N, Kirc I A ecu lent and dcntiul A Dtal- tif- ID Hi tl tntftie ami I.OJMIS 1'iiriu ular .uuniiuii ikiui to ilifcncof nropiri> Lollta itnUAu 21111 uiki rtt.hiii itnnr piiAintvcv, JXiueiitnl vvuntie t .1 iiiaru-rs (or all 1'apei J. W., 20U Ci liter strte t, tnutae itiier an-l lea ti in II n nt-s, s el o. l t-3, t-ullai 1 runks h )ji-, t! iQ tin Uol I Man iv A I ion etu-tt i i ill) ma le of vunt try 1 c i kinAtmhip tcuar t l it 3 17 t ml Hunt strti t otiicn U'te r iitiitlfinen timt u to ihe r U> n mt hefort i un Inning- t where U. O P I um Ormral h U 1 1 i l.Oilb I'imtcr Ihi urn tc penal 8hcrwn Uhiuus Pi taml MonioeiariKi HULIVG. is bl lulgt rt anil n 1 KmtbxH biunksdone it Ounkirk Printing Coinjmni, dund tU K Second -.1. RUDOLPH UULUEXHAl'En, tor 1 tnrtl and HulTilo Sts IJCiiltr in drnniu, M.irbk, mil BuiMint, Call or me fare buj inp v. ilk IV I> CO. 7 aint i Knst I- atre e u Wiucti, Iiranelit.r al I Slure lur I-ainih 1 um nehr Ihe elejiot. iiiK, saw-, teed ami I nor) Stable b) the d.i> 01 ftt-ek terms j. cenu-r street. lit.alerin anil Scwinv We in.iko.l spctlaltT ot claas makeu. of Pianop Hiitl t ariatiel Votey Organs SAM J. UIFFOKU, Central Ave. tftnirsl, ueiu-rai tiiKiir.ini e and Uuil k.utatt tire. I atttl Live stoik Inoiirnnix ITiiini" anentiim tu liiiTinc %nd aelline lloal K ataU 75 t Third M.. Uecr Exceleiur Meat Market, l-resh. Suit anil Smoked Lanl, s.-iUBSgos, Otatcre and Poultry. f> 'J HOI I'll, M II I'hvmrjaii uml Surgeon, Ofllt t over Ly n'a Drtijr More lie m lence, C cnti al A venue telephone ii Calls may he lift at I von's SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT CALKSMKN at time Local or .Jl rravehnjf Dig Pav Steaely Work. Stock Warranted (Jmck Helling Ipu mllics Outfit l-rcc ru m e t tint t essary NFI, UochenK.r, N V. OTOIHJAKT ft W) Patent Attorneys, 815 7th St I) C npii t Patent of- flee I otcntu, Cavcati-anil Re Issues rti.curi.il rradc Marks leR-mUicd All Patent business loneliincl lor nuiileuiu, hies 1 iif.iriiiati. n Atlyicc anil ei la) icfeic.n  veriliKnnel In ikinjj toilet Hems L f V AelelrtHn with stamp II At Kit ft CO, I NOT STKICTLY UMHASKD CRITICISM OF THE JUDGES IN THE DARNELL CASE InMh tnrmplii) a few ladimon milaiy to take charge of raj Ijiminen4 nt thur hoinrs I very taw mating and healthful per week Itacreni i trm n Goeiel ay for part turn Aililrrita with i-l im> MKI AIAK- ION [.uiiinullo K> hi fe.ncd who infutnisl l h ,rse. and i.iv their imt tej tile Spar m mtnlsmtylti prolit thiy tmploytef also A few v tcantics in tiivvns andines II I JOMNSClV .v. itxiei Main bl Kulimonl Vi l-or Kt nt or lloimc corner S( road ami Dtive htretts Newly lltu.'! anel in Um iiuieliliein Will sill on easy ILrms KntiuiK at the olllce of Martin lleutci Co ThexnObrmon Elders' Be on SeJCd Btreniith, milled en? to-m nun, y.s. flrotich.zoa SPRING 1890 W w Buy the Aurora Kaitruail Uepati >UK n dpooialty (rank K Stanl. 83 G. Third at H. MUCKER, iil Tailor. S16 Unlral Avenue WAIT FOR F, D, MATTESON cfc FEB. A. fall line of all the latest novelties in jring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. WAIT! New Barter Shop. O. V liUKlUCV. totnurlj intthoclor'nbnt ei opened tht IJHI in the ne Hotel Ho !ms lor good ami t istomurs will ttnd it a Rood ]il ice i for mrl lialr t uttinjf Drunkenness r the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured AOMIHISTtRINQ DR. NAIKS' OOLDEII SPECIFIC. It can be In a cup of coflcu or tea, ot In ar- etes ol food, w thout the knowledge of the on taking It. It laabioiutcly harmless aect a permanent ami spceely cure, whethe.1 lie patient a moderate driiikor 01 an alcoholic rccx IT NEVER FAILS, We GUARANTEE complete cure in evei "instance boot "Inconflilen-o, OLDEN SPECIFIC CO. 185RacrSt.C C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, ST, IIUfFAI.0, N. Y. Al Mi IS pong, Cloelu. Slliertrare, Leather KGRA I ING, GOLD if S1LM.R PLA TIKa A CO.MPLfc.TE LINK DP HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STREET, Dfpoulte IroquoiB Hotel Their I ondemnatlon of I'ailv Not Mail-anted by Their In the HM- of llu Kalaei's IJkelv to Catine a HollHllHt LoMior, Fel) I1) that the exulta tion of tin Panit over the attiuittal of Mi Paim 11 and his cbief of the most In mtrns of the crimes charged nKainv tin-in is the opjMjsitlon nt vvspHjier arc liwoinnif; inorH severe m then ciltldsm1 of tlit KU typing indie tment of tht ixihtica ntetlieids til tin Irish b> the itjinmishitm Having Mi I'arnell nnd his t s f i oin the c-lmrges of e riminal prac titt-s anil tliitft tir mdiroft asnew latlon with ciiiiinifils tin- LilK-ral and Home Halt prt-ss maintain ttutt the unices stultlf} themsi in (leiioiini the part> of h these men aie le adeis as jiai ticipntors m 01 Iwiufiei les questionable jxihtie ul prnetiees Ihe pal tisaiislnpexhibited by the t ommisMoii, it rlalmeil utipiu-s the value of thn it jxitt a.s a tnithful exjnession of the finelinys of the csjiti lally in view of the fait that the binst d ipimoiw of the judit ml geiitloineii are giatiiilons and often inetevant Till- KMl'EROKS RESCRIPTS The nil opinion in legard to Fmjieror Williams lulior ip-a-iiplji is that they will c t h i-fli e t to 11 ipple the Sot mlis-t pi opa gaiiild th >nwh m some tllstl if ts theSotialjst vutt, may lie mt for lot_al leasons Ihe Italian Sotiallstsat Milan have adopted les oliitn MS pi jusing the rescripts and conipli nit-ntiMK tin emiM-itn upon t hi wlselemi whit h eltitett 1 the n issuance At tht same time tin 11 solutions t OIIRI ntiilaU' tin Giiiiian Hu- i inlists upon Hit n m huving fortt-t! the kj-iTi inlo tin-step he has taken by then !MsU nt n ami tho rale ability they p I el m ptcsentmg then t use to the govel limeiit rinei The e i mi i lit h IH a life mon to UK il.iiigiite i ol the late Martm Falipihii Inppn lilt ot Ilollnnd hai notlflpel the Bt i Im nt ot its willingness to paiti m the ploposetl Utboi toiifeient-e til Hi l Im I lelti theieientlj pnblishtd etllttsexpell mg .le u> fi om ct i tain ol Russian Hie [euiitsat (ItlpsMi tlisliai red yioitssmi; the Jewish taith anil 01 tb nil tin M mthdianal Ii oin that dis- tiiet within a spititiitl time HOUSE OF COMMONS Continuation nf the Debate on the Ail ijiesi to the   minison tin same a1 'i In I inn s had lit t n Home S, ii Inn Matthews -.nrlhe had no oiillitiiU tei the asketl He tie me 1 tin nil tlmt Dnh hail been llltitattl nnd that I) himsrlf hail inaelt nei t e mpl tint The ol mteli mix, in tht pus >n who hail tai eh ssh put an e -.1 i t 1 t llu 1 mnn in a plest i tption tor JJllv Illlll 111 I'll sn Mill I llcimtllitV [I t, 11 I Ml M, i, All Ii un Illinium] Mdiliin til theticas- 111 th it no Ml enel f I the l itMiKllt (.f nnnisis who lisliluil lot the Faimll ioiiimis.ion h itl htm nmilc upon the tie JIMIl Mi 1) fiinpbell Kitniurnmn resunuil the el, 1 tte e n t ie Ihu g >M i nine nt lie saill tll.ulh It'llltUl (OPKlOIl II Ml h l  tit ktt is t It t ted bv alKmt _i OCM) Capt Jolm Tajloi nah eleeteel IMIIVCI of taxet Warwick-itv seilte itoi CAKIISII' Feb fapt E B Watte i ep has i KM n elec ted nmv or ot this city YtmK I eb Noell, dem wasre- elet ted maj or estei day PITTSBLKU, Feb retui us are esti mated as follows If I Gomlej, rep for majoi, majonty about Hepulilicnns fjaln five mt mtieis m the t it> eonnt il AITEI.III-NV. n Feb D man lep maiMily 1 "ill BEMLFIINTI-, I tli l'i dem for wiu. tie ttel Iv Uo majeiit> Th Demociatle tandielate ten civeisetl of the [loor was als cle e t el The lest of the oflic lals elct te el an Kepnllnan HI-STHI I-tl 1') htnirteen of the eigh teen pit me tsot hcstei givesC oates lep fi'l_ majtiiltv feu inavor The Republicans elect 1-J ot the H c im nem and 7 of the H selecl c ounc ilmen, thi e itv tieasuit-r and tontioller IxiiKllAVFV I'd) Pi hhaefer dem waselettxtl tieasuiel by majority liAViRFRsnuiirt Fib ttti ick Hen nmgei tep was The entire touncil is Pa-publit an CHKSTKR Fed Coatcs iop watdect- ed major of this t itv GFTTYSBI nn, Fth Kemier dem was elt e ted bin bv 117 nrnjeu ity LAM Fib I'l Claik, dem Haseletttil mavi i bv J1K maim ity The Re- pnbhtansi tame nti ol of lioth branches of the city count il IlUDlM. IVb I'l Ihoma-s M iriitt dem wastlieteel mayoi lij TU) ma im ity The DeniiK i its e It 11 also the c it) tteusimr all tliict asse sseus line I w ill i ontiol the t eiune dm Inane lies Wil i IAMSIIIHT Fib lcl_r H Kellei vvas eltettd mavoi md f omptrollei lit uge dt in was n IK ie I A CRONIN SUSPECT 11 rested In St. lie Uijrlalmn All (onniction with the Mnrclei eST 101 is Fib MtHtei Thiunat, of hnagoaud Dtttftivis Files and Selgiei of this titv anested a man who is snsjiei ted of iKMng'nmlined m theminili i of lit lonm It is not known m what jinit eif the city the1 man vvas as all infinmatinn is. snp- picised In the pollen anthouties ai i esteel is not a t n nf st I The man but is stiiiiigm who has liten m theImlntof hen at nit) i hie f Hntblti intimates that the ai list will cause- a sensation if the man pious the peisi n hi issisjiedid to he Ihe man was inte i ie wt-d m his ti.Il by a I ('lit I til He sal I Mv name is hn B Ktlh I bad nothing totlo with tin iiuiidei nl JJi I i oniii Jul nutted to tht tinel it pulue howtvn Hint 1 tin paitv tin hit ipeihei ait It t km, [i is a t use ot nnstak i i It ,i[ 1 in st Mslte 1 t hit jtb Ii Ikft then the lattci pint ot Junt thi sanu veal 1 havt neve i lull tei tht I I in na ol othei lush I kunu n me of the at instil ui nniidt un, Di (loiiln lilliiKtoSt lean, 1 i list and have hoaidcd at the Ice pit s housi cot nti nt Ftnii th and avt nues evci s net, Thepllsonti appealed ill at ease and ti led toevatle all dlitet tniestli us Hi tit mid knowing Ali-xalitlti Sullivan He stat d t i it lie was a (It Ik but iclllstl ti suv w he i e hei liail bu n employed t. tive ih Mints ot ChKHM> stflt el (hut Kellv is liehev t-d to In- hiintli" nhndiovH 111 Lionititt tin Inils.m e .iitlie lit ,f M iv 4 List Jlit pie.p, i, t ,1 ct thi) Peoples hoiist ten loboiat, s Ki lie v sstoi) as his lie tiiilinn the 11 sun i Ii A hb ion m tht. t us i t thi teimpliint .it the Un ago Hoik Island ,iml J'mitu iiulioiil against :ht in Kaihoacl e e iiipan> leu horn ICaiisas CiU to In ago ut Itss than its 1 M nl late en those 'wo pi mts in Im u ot tin latti i inmpam, md h is dismissed the u> pl nut Ih iom sie 11 holel ]ii 11% is billiil lioni iiicstalion toanothei witlilhe iindi i stanil- that it is ti be unlmdid at an mtvl me- diate station und that "h the i it shall lie le- oadoel foi fmlhii will ilipcml upon .In nl ihe slnj IH i eit anv ne who mn him'In ui pun h ist i the tast- el.xs neit "allnltlim tht least is goMuimg on tiaiisp in tin m and the lameiis >t at snt h int inuelmt punts entitltelto him. the t piote- ttil as a tin (nigh nt as against t Mt lioiiH a ailing Uvii.vre.WN Ftb I'l the lion W j Sts> ems w is on'1 hud stn t he was sm iilse-el bv a blow w hit It knot ked off Ins hat he fust lil iw was tollowtd bv anothei, i Inch e ut a dee ]i Rash m his head Sessions hen tt mt 1 in Ins ipp mntuhe was pi] evtipmveitel Ills assailant w is I i in ith t 11 inn 13 Und mil e I (.iilii h s t, in Inki sissioiiswa eeiiiselma as, nvolvim, ninths I'euut i i.el lastheiufrlit he tlee fhe union imple vtvl m the i itae w is aeane vith a he i. v in tal In el s, ls had a eiv naiiovv eseap i s, .llfflth vv ssault m the. ,1 _. an I isminmit- to )ail A 1 rtlAl I tl] MfPINA N 'i Fib Pol tei m employ i. in Him ell, epiaiiv while wheel UK tint ttfitiss a nan iw iiinwav slippetl and ft 11 to the inks be lovv a eh tun, e nl rh twenlv leet He vvas pi kid np un onsc ions an 1 m n hoi i iblj In ni u lon md takt u to his hoi H wheieht was eaite] 01 bv Di Tht si nil iv is luillv l ushed and no u ale tut it until ot In. uovciv Hi w is alxtit id v i.i, ol mil iit-d and h id w I'rel but two he qtiai t les FKOM WASIMGTOiY. THE BRITISH EXTRADITION TREATY RATIFIED BY THE SENATE Not FxtradEtubltt The House DIxniKHiM the Oklahoma Teirl- torv Itlll -n r Continue. Rli Speech on Hid Fduratlonal Con- vention of Hie Wnmun Fth II debated at some length veski day attei noon the But ish extiadiu m lieatv, ami at J 10 a vote was taken on Mi (Jiays inntion tost nko out the lulls. taming of inone and the ob nndei false pi e te uses The time nelme-nts- nue made and tin was i ntitieil I IIP tu nti makes applicable to the aitlcle eif tilt o-itiadilion tl t at v conch di-el lietween tha I md I states and (neat Britain on Aug 1SSJ piov itlmp; for the extl aehtlcm of pel sons Inithspeili It units, the adeli- lieinal 11 inn s eif manslatightei i ounterfeit- mgmonoi andbiingmg it into tireulatlon i laleein leeeumg stolen fnniel of nil Umels pciimv rape and abdniti. u binjii v In tin laws e f nations ipMltoi oinptiuiy to levolton tht se.is anil i imes a nnst the laws of Iwtli e ounti s .ne e i sliiM-i v Politie al e i nil iils.iu exempted horn the ploMsi ins- t th DOING BUSINESS NOW riii Oklitlmmn mil butiMl In the House. (Ith. l HI) I'l Ihe house v. estei dav tiansae tt-el a ol nnsi i Hint-oils business anil onsultul at senile le ngth the Oklahoma bill Tin imiinil was appiou-d without olijei tion Sitinilav Miith ht-t apait on motion eil Mi of Pennsylvania enlogiis upon the ill .am D Ki Hi The lisn n appi opnatltin bill vvas i epoi tt el Ii.....tl' rnpi intiems eoininitttt anil it- Itlleel tei Hie ti inmittee of the wVili A onfneii nnimttie wasouli nil the bill hrte tint, the- n-lti n lent of the e t nslls to olltit tin m m u tgnp htatistits Ihe henisi the n we nt ml lonmntUe of the while Mi Hun IMS it Mi in thet hall, lei eeinsi In senatt bill piemeling foi the up jKimtmcnt eit an assist mt seciettuy of wai at sal n -si i ot M ,IKKI e t the DciiKiciatit members ippo this bill as OIK nt tin attacks upon the1 Hit lull nn, oinu bill lake n up i In niil thuOkla 1  twenty HOP nti m ol tin Nuti mal Am- IISSIH lati HI c in cl ut I, in Hull ti I the pi i si I nt nl anil I 111, w Mrs ulliil tin eon nl nig nmlinti ust eii slid M'CARTHY KNOCKED OUT Ho up Before the Nonpareil for Tui-iit> tight Rotinilii. HAN KHIM isto Feb tight Iw- tween .Turk Dempsev ami Htllv the t ahtol mil t Inh last night vvas witnessed bv spettutoiN Mi ook o this tltv was lefeito llempsey welghet Me( aitlu Tin, Fust H iiinil Beith men came to theeent] of the ring pi Miiptlv Dempsev led with h left and tan In Metailhy llghth on th thin watihs-d closely foi a opening and led out seveial times, but Dem] sey dodged [he seemed Inclinec to forte matters, but was able toavomplu nothing Bet caught Mc-Carlhy agelv in the fuee twice and then pive him teriiflt light hantlei on the Mt-Caith attempted to i etui n it hut got aw a} Me (in tin landed lightly on UdnpneY" net anil theioimel tloseil with points! the d s faun Me i aithy caught another left bandei m the i Inn which Demnsev followoe up with a gtxHi blow on the nils I he Aim trahan due will and saved himself fion a fit-no blow aimed at his neck Just as th i omul i lnsi.il Met aithy atluck Dempiwy hai In the w mil but letened a hot one in th foi c head m letuin Konith- Mt-Caitby followed nempsey clev erly but the Nonpareil watt hed his oppoi-ti nity nnil his left soon found the Anstialmii leek half n dozen tunes without a lotitrn Fiftli- Di'iniwer Inudetl on the Ixxlj bu got thien- shtu p blows on the eai fiom artlij aithy openesd with avinou npp-i cut which fell shoit He tilt 11 walkec to his on n toi ncl slow I) followed by Demp i'he men i-esttd a inonient and the HiK'iitctl hisattae k on his oppoi tntslHulv lunilmg ht tin ee times Mt inthy sttmetl atiiflo llun led as the lotni c losed amid applause foi led out strong, IHI Mi( aithy showed v. nuclei fill i getting away s lefMinnd lamlet on the Australians sevt ml tunes, ail inst liefone the lonnd i loswl Me I arthy ie turned it with n half-swing i ight hancle EXCITED CANADIANS. THE RACIAL FIGHT WAXES HOT IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS wlntli cnujihl on the chost wa.s knoc kini out twenty tiKhth rniinil n THE DAY AT ALBANY I he Ami inline HIM to the H I itlr III! I ail lei Arrive Al HAW Fell I'l In the assembly las iMinngMi Tieailwav eelTeietl a comuiien it-solution empowi the gmrinoi to offei anwaidfiu the attest it the nmnlerei o Julia of W eslpoi t Mi Pish then luid a tclegiam from C M t'lu-n siMiiij that tht commitUe on tin Moilelstin hail hoped to senel t einipienmsi ttincuclmints to the assembly As the elm n mints hail nut mined ho mouel that llu lioiist Ml Audi us it the ceinf, u-llee oiiinnttt e toiild nit pit pate lU own amend mt ills Mi 1 ish u pile 1 th it the e onferone o i om inltti e h id si u i al limes agiet-el to mil 111 U It e ..111.I litol.l tei wait honi' md iht am n me nts e e i m t Mi Fislm iiiolion l i iiljiiuiii was 'I hi st mite he i I 11, i st -isnm last ennii IUIHIK win h tin tollowinK I ills neie intlu tut eil Mi Piovidmg that woik- meu shall not lie intnnuluted bv stiuintd tiiim itsny tl t n tools Hi Mi IjiiiKhlm licl.itive to the liiens it ph> sn inns tuid n new t hai u i bill Wilt 111 11 she pittlii lid thai nithmlen tais wome n wottt I be m state n tin 1 m MI Id lining to IHI Mis Stanton sal i that m MUIU tei Humane! -hi felt it a ,Kalfl IKIIIIII tluin it slu hail Imn wnt as imiisu i Itnij e t, i n u 1 i am t un t m En- ofie BRIBER0 THE JURY Vnnr il.C 11 IMi I'l was 11 stnne tl linnnv 'llu Cionin jmy In ib .ti iilav _ Itik testilltel to tht plias intmel m tht Cionin ast Iji tin of shonniK the s, in hut t use I.e. iji'Tsdinppiit the inim who n .laleelthi i i t ih, iispn it teithe states It em V Istli lieilll el II UlLs sunimeinell Utt s ls t in the I ie inn ease In the UM muling loom he t il'vid with Hailiffhol- ieni 1 hini lit t mid in ike -M nod )ty Hilton tin inn and inliiiK le l attjinttal e niiinev wonlel IH- puel Ins witt whowoultl em a (11 tain kintl ot di ess in the jury room .lion tht nmnc> was paitl itness, was exinnneilth.it iftt inotiii anil Holo- non met ivitntss ultuwaiel anil told inn lie hnel been nistin tie! lei im 11 ne Ihcelefensi Ii I nt I e i iss e, mime is Me nidi i It til'i I t iat 1 i d U h nl ti 1 I hn i u nil Hints dm u -pten In i m d O t Hut it wi ulel le en th In- "1 n I _e ul i i in in, Ham t Mai al o t lihed Ninth had peiken tei him I' H Nlehe.ls.il i beieikkequ-i, testified hat In n is sum m n d as i but not xa.....ie 1 smith oTeied him if he tllllel unplttl and hi lelemt ten neepntt.il well- t asi N Y, Feb I'l com mon loini il bi a -vote of d to 4 re-ap- pomtc 1 1- Donns teithe office of retoider Coi a tt i m t I fo.ir J tal s pnre-pi ttitlon for a Hiithor WASIIIM in- Feh senate com- mittet on u nn-ieice at its meetniff agieiel to up tht it- olntion ap- ti'i tnonui foi the construction of a hai boi atOnHeston orable vrti -vcte made on the bill to nnpiove the mi., hospital atVmeyaid (with ameiidmciits) Scion" Snon-hallpii NASHI 4, NH ieb P> -hn, lnown and a fpn ,i.s.sanlts weip nude nhen he empltn PS ot the mills quit hist veiling Agent Shan of the i ouip im hnt, t ailed on the 01 te pioUstllu nulls and see that the emphnts aie not molt -u d to dai The maun mm uncps that he will pre- sei ve the peac e it all A 1 ounil ToNAftANDA, N Y Feh unknown squaw wa.s found dead last neai this vdlagt bhe had lieen dtail about twenty four hours The i aust ol death is not know n No bruises were touml on tht both An in quest will be held film fur Hit Whipping (.litli illinru I ills irrfNiii PI 1 i b l'i ih, we ith i was whi hill 01 .lit 1 lenel to l It less the l ae 111 n sulis le rust im e, Little Paiefoot list lop Sin see tint! St (.Ian time! line 1 Jll Secoutl late fm le jigs Leeh tnst, Milleiton second 1'all Mall thud tlmt, IK Ihneliace I, fni Inns M.fii-t m (list nmlgain second I i t il il iiinl tmit Hoillth i lie I I i, mil s Swift first Snt e ess spi i Ptlhamlhi, 1 time 1 iti1 Fifth lace I, fm 1 Im, Mnlhollaud first The loMtm suoii I, thud tune. 1 Sixth la i milt Alveda first, UmT second Biscuit thud time, I H Who Wm Suwtellen t .MMp.inleiii DOM-H, N H Feb the SawUIlt inquest at Bein nk j cstt i duj an East Rex h estei storekeeiwi testified that on the day of the nun del Isaac Sawtelle dime up to his stole and bought a lamp The mnn in the carnage n ith Sawtelle had a smnoth f ai e Hn am Sawtelle wore whiskers Itnsinises the question as to who Isaac s e ompamon was The inquest continues to-dai agent o: of recorded in I filHloti 1 illoi, Hill Fell I'l pension ap pliipi lalioil bill, aet mipameel bv a favornble i epoi t, w as si bunt te 1 t tht house ostxjt thiy by Mi Million Ihe lull applopimtes The i.ppiopiiitiem loi the mneiit Aromas Ihe miinb i of pen bioners on the oil is at 4W'l Mr-etfir Huldi-n br Know RoiHEHThR, N H Jeeh I'l snow fall r-------- a. tji r l emu rulu c llet ked foi the pIVHent tilt Sfauhon ittlceto collect statistics Aroeucan physicians The consul general of land foi the head of the mm derail Hnain France assisted in the opening ceremony I bawtelle. A IllHtltnte Opened. NKW YORK Feb 19 first Pasteur m- stitue in the United States was last night at 178 West Tenth street Paul   will In ell llaiie In eel oi iMhlelcd fio; lioldniR olllte bv tlieionstitiitlon of Idaho Dnl o'li n SuflerliiK Fat mem MIS.M-AI n is Til) Jijurnnrn Pie ne S I) nil mivs "The house lias passtil ii init ie sc Intion aelinittniff that dt s tltntlon exisls m inilll> paits ol the state, and that the taimeis must In Ininislnvl with seed wheat In public ami pi ivate snbst i ip- tion that nndei the state constitution tin stale ami eeimityniH powciliw, to lenelei aid anil that all assist aniemnst mine tiom i ntsnlc vnnti-s 'Ihe nholemattn m the hands ot den- ei mil Mi lid I who will appeal to the East foi mil I liisat tion of the house is rogaided as .1 complete luilnivnient of (roveinol Mel 1 tli s Itwill donbtle-ss pass till s, Til F x  ie lunis fiom thedistiie t whle II compl 1st s the nholi. city Rivet i it) and StahlbieHll4 a maioiiM (.e.nniie v r t No Ulffht to Ilii- VASHIM.TON Ft b l'i prosident's lamufleju naimn-4 i iltle md IIM stock nnei oil the Cheiokee sti ip savs the- am m l Is must be it move I n tt l.ttei thanOet I, 1-vSO fhi prexlamuti ti jsbiise-el m an opinion ol Ikeuttnini) Kciiiinl tei theillett Unit the (ht.iokte nation has no right to lease the lands Dalton Mcf.irlh.v'K rri-nlen a Ter- ilnc John a nilinlntlmi of Ii Feared Tlmt Si-ileni. and hftpH Civil U MI MHV Tiike Plave OTTAWA, Feh 111 The ext itement the Piench epiestion in tin fedt inlpai luimnnt is moi e intense t hnn ev ei Ni v el Iwfore in the hisloiy Canada have the pnlitnal lead- ers IKi'i m sin h a dilemma The intlalfeel- niK loused Daltem Me iiMhv's. i usiule li-uln'il the loimilsof linee- anil now uiiu lainpnnt with nn mtoiisitv whith liituie ven t iv d nai Kveiy tlnj the ammositv betwix-n the Kiurlish und Fn-ne h niomncn. is Im 1-eai.iiiK until now almost t vei v em the question In a seiles of mlt i inptlons ISn John Mai deimild m his specUi last evening, said tht ,-ovei mneiit wei-e commitr tod to vote ttu Davms nniendiuent, leav injf the nmttt-rof iliuil lunnnaKos m the North west to the li'KlhliiliM nssemlilj there e ide HUM iinneiuiitement WHS tlerti-ly de iioumed the Fienth Conseivntiven ton man willveito iigainst the iinioiiilniont ontheRionutl that lu. adoption woiiltl mean that pin hamt-nt nx-ognlMsl the rniimde apimst the Promti Sn flndinK his effoita to nhip the Fiunih tltmuit of the paity into Imt hiiel most nttoilv fuilwl nnel knowing that In the demumls of tlio Fronc-h would itiise a stonn of m On laiiei has stall el that nnlish the I'leneh ac ivpt Hiivin s ,ilmn.line-in he will dissolve pal liiiinent anil to Ihe t'euintiv on the ilt-jM titling the Tiote-itant fell leelettion I tin thought however that this threat is made snnplv to innke the FIPIU hmen i nine to (41 ms In a speoih las! evening Hon .1 A nwp- IPIIII i hai at Mi I ai thy us n Ilieliuind ele nniRojjne In his SIKHS h ilenonnied siuh as un ham, iilm and the- it-suit of liiKoliv Mi (.ai Iliy's spec-ill was exceeilniKly hitter and laised a poifixt hloini of millKPatlon nmoiiK the Fi ench me mliel s, w ho hissed, howled ant intvinipluil with gieat onnigj dmmp ahneist the i nine SJIOIH h NEARLY READY FOR ACTION iif tluliH fm Die Convention pnhlUiin Cllibn YtmK Fib I'l The prepnialmns are almost coniplek-d leu the National Rapub 11 an league nlni h meets in Nash ville Tinn on Miileh t next Alxiut lil.Vlltes will attenil I lie s w ill Ko 10 on Man hli to heilda pohtiial miuss iiuitiiiK tin-in Othci nlies in 11m South may IK similarly Ainemi; Ihn liiomment speakers who will altetiel ale Cemijiessinen Me Kmlej lluiions.liiosvenoi Mason Ilians Ilouk and also Sen I'v.uts, and Spoeinei den Stevvait L M'.Killonl ol Sew 0011 of Uist iinmia lion lohn U h >f Missinn anil llnlli i of [leoigin vvdl lie unions tin velintns It in ix-lieved Hint (hauniiv M Diptw and ex Senatoi I hennas Plait n ill alsti attend tho convt nlion Presidi nl Hai i ison has sent a lettei to lion .Mm M [hint.! ,n pttsident of the eagne in ninth he wivs Such in whilesome and desnabli not only from t jiai but fiom a publii stiinelpiunt 1 hey iiitt-iist thojiuiiiKiiiiMi 111 piiblit alfnii-sttyid oniliiiit awl ih. nit, thus ,x ill (I inlo politiuil ftottiet The iiutv totvhl livembel UK bus ni-ve i sufTerud iv tin tlist nssiciu of its Instolyot ts pi mt ipli-s and 1 am MHO vom will eeinlmnete tuinish i-oniaKeous and well appantetl t hampions wheirvei the al tltbale me >pi ne 1 1 diMilit in 1 Unit jim will beionlinlly IV by the people Nashville am) IH-K ixpiess the that vom merting may lie Ktlll stit cssftll nilij plulsnnt Killed In a Piajir IfeeihiK LKHAMIN Ind I'l -DuiniKn piuvti meet llR at I. iwinil Itanilalls, (hi miles south of Inseiiv about i, just us they ntu the e hviiin an ii assassin shut Hiteintji the window Mil. Kiimlall seiearneel tlmt she was shot the exiileinenl that followed the as- made his Imll went >vi sliiKntK Mrs Him lull 111 Hie i oi m l ol She is fatally npiie I No is know n foi the! crime Ihe family is the most n-spw u-tl In the onntv Illalr Un COMMBIS O Fib pi -The house of rep- last by i stmt v oli of ,'I to 'I nnseattd lion W illiam A Ulan Hepiiblinn of Atlains tonnty and Kave Ih plate to Hon R II 1 Demon it Ihe vote at the Novemln-i i lii- ion m stood Ulan "ISO eisein 'lj.> but thi eommiltee in the i onU-st ejMii ttel t'laf ti n illegal we H e tst foi iilan anel th it Kepublieaii ttketsneu- nalllid m I..Inn.ui nl 1 iw vvhieh h i on n out g ne i'e lei-son H.J ma jiy WILL BUY. lOc Will buy a handsome edge hluok Fiu-e Veil. 95c and Will buy a pair of Hack or colored tiiitlrcHHtnl (Jlovcs. 48c Will liny an rxtrn titu> Corset, in wliite or colored, or any See them. Will buy a beautiful black walnut gcnuiiif Marble Top Stand. Worth dou- ble what we 48c Will buy a (Jeiitleinen'i lour Shiil. To fullj ap- piviatc this ofl'er inimt we them mid weal' one. 23c Will a Ladies' line knit black Hose, worth ERIE STORE. stimuli Olll fill Hull I en STA da Feb 111 'Hie- seventeen us of Shatein anesteeland hei-e m ihatnfsi t with the disi lmrgi> this duties bv I'oslma tei th of Ulalon, were exnininiel bv T mteel omimssiont i Alt van lei anil Ixnmd over in liOOeath tiiapixnrat the Apnl inm tho pelt-nil limit m All Iwnels uiel le It loi home I inted Hlatt-s -in will today bejrin taking ti-stimony in he use In loie omiiiissioiier Alexander A i IjHiini lied. lllOMAHTON Me Pill I'l Wnxhblirn Blothin. limn, hitl a loin masted hotmi i ol MSJI tuns nniin ,1 the (hiules 1, iinili i i iniiii mil ol apt Sainui 1 Watts iilSt teeoini Ihe vessil is named oi a Huston suit ineietiant one -if hei wneis. A Iliiltlod I Hill- NFW YOJIK, Fib l'i Hi, niib'ina Violtle kkeil np yisteida> pill j toil tti have idKiaiel the binning nil off In rliiilwlms I'm Is hoax 1 he Kiln lust n Ian 1 oil Sitble Kin llles fiom tin Haitm dms CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., full linu o) Orercosis and Trouserings to any in the city, nnd at pi'ices that will pay you to see him before purchasing: LADIES! Ff wnni an easy and  and wurm. get a pair of D Armstrong A PO'H Hand We'r, common BCiiae ehocH ------They will please you------ Ml Murphy CIlutitnAn NKW YORK, F.-I, lfl._The executive com- of County Democrat-; elected it hael u Murpby than man for thi> SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street Wall Paper call at Monroe's. LWSFAFLRI   

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