Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 25, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 25, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 18S*0. NO. lit. B ; HEPHESENTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK 4 NKW Itri.lM' HAI HINK lw ruling /\ all kin<Im of blank* the late*! audition U th*- MaehMial lH*p«rtnwnt Dunkirk Printing: Company. 4 Ut XAN DB ITH 0*1 »nd Wood Ywrd, TW /\ Central A venue, oimmll** Nickel I law J< JKS- All irr»lM of nard and Soft < )**». W h4I Lumber, Shingle* and !<*»• Ure* ieliv Corn* pou de nee for wLoleaale Iou *olicit#d Ai arir im. MANN, Practical IMua»lK*r, tim-and Steam fitter. 8|*e<ial attention riven to Sanitary Pi urnbing    Lull mate* given db Plu«liiBg,ti«»FilUBraUaa Heating ani Hot Air furnaces. 27 E. Third atrceU Hit. GIFFORD, 223 and ISt Central Ave . Artistic, Pltotosprapber. InatanUtneouv Photographs of Balnea a sexually. Hitter* nerd not wait for annaline except for rabies I) (KIK BINDERY —J a m KH I kv I Nil, I’ro-> urietor, Nu. US b. Si-cund *trt*d. near Buffalo atreet. Dunkirk, N. T. Magazines, Mu-air, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Order* pi iou pi Iv attended to. All work guaranteed. pimp KASHIN IL. It. T. BOI.PII, M. D., Physician and Surgeon OKceover Lynn’s Drug Store. Kenidence, Central Avenue Telephone No. M. Calls may lie left at I .yon'a. Ii (HU ll PICH C’lHH KF.KV HOlSK, Whit* ii ira I Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and lomcstir China. Glassware, Ar. , • ll AH. II. lf A Kit IN, 221 Central Ave. Gen* VZ eral Insurance, Life, Accident and fire. Before traveling Insure your Ile in the old re) sable **Trav«dt*r«i\” Beal Estate Agent. Isoaiis negotiated on property. 1HAUTAU(JUA HOTI.L, j    ,Bates, $1 per limy. Livery and Boarding stable in connection. Victor Bider, Sift and 237 Lion street. IT8 HAItllKK SHOP j    Chaa.    Nagle, Prop., inter l-akc* Shore National Bank, dimer enter and Third streets. A hue stoc.k ut ortngn and Domestic i I gar*. ION KLIN St HON, /    XI*    center street. Practical iiorse-shiMiis. Particular attention so* to interfering horses. Shoeing of road e x trotting Imrses rn sp* malty. __ VUNK I KU. hVKNIM. OHSKKVKK. Largest Daily in the County. Au unequalled advertising medium. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DALESMEN Wanted at once. Local or > v Traveling Big Pay. Steady Work. Stock Warranted t^iiick Selfing S|MN ialties. Outfit Free. Experience Unnecessary- •! am. K. tv ti it-nky, Nu ray man, K<*che*ter, N. V, ’ I iii ii»A BT A CO., Patent Attorneys, 613 7th v St, Washington, D C., opp I s. Patentor* lice Patent*. Caveat* and Be Issues secured. Trade Marks registered. All Patent busine** • on d UCI cd for moderate Fees. Information, Advice and s|iecial references tent on request. VI *( Is AL A UY, MO EXPENSES is A I ►-nr" I* * VANCE, all«»w«xl each month. Steady iMiiplox ment at home or traveling. No solo it* mg Duties delivering and making collertnms. No Postal Cants. Address with stamp. II A KEB A CO., I iqita, Ohio. I wish to employ a few ladies on salary to take charge of inv business at their homes. Light, very (aminating and healthful. Wages flu per week. Reference given. Good pay for parttime. Address with st imp. MSA. MAH* ion Wa EK KW, Louisville By. A MONTI! can be matte working for us. Persons preferred who i an furnish a horse and give their whole lime to the business. Squire moments may lie profitably employed aKo, A few va* amies in towns anti cities R. K. JOHNSON A CO., iooy Main SU, Richmond, Va. •sn Kl in $2; lur Rent or Salt1. lions** corner Second and Dove streets. Newly titled up ami in fine condition. Will Hell on easy terms. Enquire at the office of Marlin Heater Co. The'Jtfbrmon * un fUJtai Mtr«-ngth, man, afinrmi V & Oread Elders* Book ■^■mailed fret Co married Crouch*Mi Grand St.. Hew fork SPRING 1890 I v UN Kl UK ENGIX FFR! NG CX IM PANT. II    Formerly    He!lew A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, aud Machine Work to order. I v UN K I HK Hill KT IHE, AH, **» aud All II Center street, Manufacturers of the 'Cromwell” and "Dunkirk” perfect - fitting Dress shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. hr. TOO MKV, CU and CIU Lion street,    i Dealer in Flour, Feed, alt. Baled Hay, Pbos- j uhs Urn, etc.    ___ Established, 1377. I# KIK KOTKE and inning Saloon, Union K Depot. Easy are#** U» all trains and business houses. Best accommodation* for Commercial Travelers.    ... John J. Murphy, Prop. F. D. MATTESON eft; CO’S K y HE KICH St co.. y? and WE Third street Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up-aolsteriug. Picture Frames made to order. Hx I*. MATTKHON St CO., . 301 Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. | J A BKCC HT KAM HEATING CHE. Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. J | OME STRAM EAUNDKT. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    Ute; Collars, Ic; Cuffs, Ic, and I-ace Curtains. Free Delivery. A W . Com in mgs, 207 Center street. I I ll. OEHM. E Third st, c*»r. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine lbs its A Slums. HEN KY W EIEER*8 NKW STO KF, IIM E. Third st Bonks. Stationery, MusiejU I n-• lrumeuts,Magazines,Daily iudW eekly Tapers, and everythii g pertaining lo a first class bonk store. Schoo. (looks a Bpcctalty. (Git PKI NT1NG of every description ami at In west living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second St.| A full line ot all the latest novelties inSpring Suitings! ll. VAN HU MCN A HON, fuv Life, Accident and General lusiiracjc Deal-in Beal Estate* and Iamuiv. Particular clition paul to Hie ewe of nro|*erty col lee t-; rents Ac. 2IO Center st., 2nd floor. The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. M (>F HOEH! 1*11 A IIM ACT, .HOO Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Palter Paints. Oils, Ac. I JERKINS, J. W., I    KW Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness.Had-:lea, Bridles, I ollars, Trunks,W hips. Buffalo Robe*. Horse Covers. Gloves.M Blens and Hleigti Hobe*. I >EI; XI ill NG. T. >V. Murray, I    887    laos    street. A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and Gas Fitting. Workmanship guar-awed. |> SCHOLTE.*, I ,    17    East Third street. Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it to their advantage to call on me liefore purchasing elsewhere. 1> ll. CAKY A CM.. ,    883 Lion street, ikeneral Hardware,Whive l.vitd.MiU.Painter's Supplies, Mil Cloths, Graft*Ie VV are. A tqicctal-tytof Sherwn. Williams Pa.Maud Monroe range. Ik ULI NG, such as blank-book*, ledgers, and V all kitidaof blanks done at Dunkirk Priming Company, 8 and IO E. Second St. RUDMEPH MOLDEN HAU EK, Coe. Third aint Bufialo Su.f Dealer in Granite, Marble, Hagging and Building Hume. Call on nae before buying your ante-walk. HINLEY A (HE, 7 and 2 East Front street. Whisky, Wiues, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family (Jae, RO ll RKT MCKAY, Liou street, near the depot Boarding, Hale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonableCall and See ThemHew Barber Shop. O. A. HU KURE, formerly in Wheeler’s bar-ber-sliop, has opened the liar ber-shop in the Erie Hotel. He has every facility for good work, and customers will Aud it a good place to go for shaving and hair cuttingDrunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV ABMIUtSTIRlM ll. KAIRIS* RUDER SMCIflC. ti can be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar Ikies of food. w (thou t the know ledge of the person taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent am* speedy euro, whethei Hie patten tis a moderate drinker or an alcoholic Wreck, it NEVER FAILS GUARANTEE a complete cute In every Instance. 48 page book FREE, Address In confidence, rOLOOi SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Bact St.. Cincinnati. Reid, j. w., 1.84 ('/enter street Dealer in Musical Instruments and Hewing Machines. We make a s|*ei*ialty of first class makes of Pianos and Farrand A Votey Organa. SAM J. GIFFORD. SOI Central Ave <U|  stairs', xieneral insurance an i Beal Estate Agent. Fire .Lite, Accident, and Live Stoek Insurance. Prompt attention giv sn to buying and selling Real Estate C. JONKE 75 E. Thin! st, cor. Deer. ;*cel»'or Meat Market. Fresh, Halt and ok cd Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and tllry.    _ J atchkn, JEWELRY, IRC. Bay the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frank F. Stapf. 83 E. Third sL C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 3«4 MAIN ST, BUFFALO, N. V. DKA!.KH IN porn nim a* mil CUx'ks. Silverware, Leather Gouda. Eke. EA’GRA I’/.VO, GOLI) if SIL VSR PLA TING w RC. MOCKER, Merchant Tai loc, 116 Central Avenue A COMPLKTK LINE OF HOUDA ¥ GOODS CHICAGO GITS HIH SITE. MER CHIEF COMPETITOR BEATEN BY FIFTY VOTES »«4 MAIN HT It KUT, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. Eight Halloo Taken in the House Before the Result 88 an Reached—Illinois Men Jubilant Over Their Victory—Opinions of (iwv. Hill and Other Albany statesmen on the Result. Wa nu I N<*To JI, Feb. 585.—Excepting a few moment*, occupied in administering the oath of office to John E. Heyburn of Pennsylvania. the i.ew member who succeeds the late Judge Kelley. the bouse hjient the entire session yesterday in nettling the quc^t ion of the projM»M»i mu* of the world'** fair. Hight l»al-lot« were taken, ami on the eighth and last ballot Chicago secured 157 votes ami the prize. Wheu Sj« hL**i Rw*d rajiped foronierat noon there were alinit IMJU representatives on the fl<ior. 'J he galleries were crowded with people waiting to witness the struggle between the adherents of the rival cities on the floor. Chauncey M. I»ejs*w and ex-Se<*retary W’. C. Whitney a*;d <*th«*rs from New Y<»rk city, May ■ or ('iv iger of t.'hi<*Hgo, (Jovemor Francis of Miss. nr* and a host of representatix’e men from ti c-** cities, and many Wafthington men, ti ie rn I a* tx of the original Imard of promotion, were in the galleries or corridors interests) and anxious. At 12:15 p. in., after Mr, Heyburn had be**n j-worn i.i ami taken his seat, the clerk ot the bouse read the special order preacribing this met his! of voting on thesitejqnestion and nsjun mg some one place to have a majority of the votes cast. Mr. Blount of Georgia wanted to know if there w<aild lie an opportunity afforded to pass upon the question as to whether there should Is* a fair liefer* selecting a site. Hpea ber H»*ed replied that under the s}»e«'ial Otxier there «xaild not lie and directed tile clerk to <-jail the roll for the first ballot which resulted: Chicago 115, New York 72, Bt. I*ouis 61, Washington 56 ami one vote for ("limberland Cap, Ga., cast by Mr. Skinner. Be«*ond liallot:    Chicago    UH, New York 83, h't. Uaiis 5M, Washington -Bi. Whole number of votes .‘tim majority 155. Third Iwliot: Chicago 127, New York 92, Bt. Iaatis .VI, Washington 34. Fourth Ballot: Chicago KI4, New York 06, St. l*ouh» 48, W tisl i mg ton 211. Tile eighth Ie Hot n*sult«si as follows: Chicago 157, New York 107, St. I.oui* SS, Washington 18. Total number of votes .307; ne«xw-sary dnira 154. The final vote in detail on the eighth and deciding liallot was as follows:    For    Chicago —Abbott, AdaiUK, Alderson, Allen iMich.), AH ti (Miss ), Anderson (Kan.), Atkinson, Hart me. Barwin, Bayne. IU Iktutp, Boothinan, lU.ut**ll<*. Brewer, Brickner, Brookshire, Brower, T. N. Browne, Bullock, Burrows, Burton, Butterworth, Bynum, Caldwell. Cannon,    Carter,    Caswell,    Cheat ham, fhipman, Clark <Wik). Clunie, Coggswell, CoU-iiian, ComsUwk, Conger, Council, (’<s>jM-r, dud.),Cooper, (I>hiifi,Craig, Crain, Culberson, (Ti xas). Cut**heoii, Dalzell, llarl ngton, Da\ idsoo, Dollivw, Dors»*y, Ituiuieil, Kvans, Kwart, Finley, Fithian, Flick, Foreman, Funston, Gear,Gait,Gifford, Cl reel) bulge. Grosvenor, Grout, Hall, Hans-bnmgh, Hare,    Haugen,    Hayes,    Haynes Henderson. (III.I, Henderson, (Iowa), Her-uian. Hill. Hitt, Holman. Hopkins, Honk, Kelly, Kenne«ly, Kerr. (Iowa), Lacey, La-Follette. I*ane.    I ^inhaul    Iziwler, I*aws, I*ewi*, land, Martin, (Iud.I, Mason, McClellan, MciVid, McCormick, MrA’reary, McKen na. McKinley, Milliken, Morey, Morgan. Morrill. O'Neill, (Maw ),Osborne,Outhwait*, Owen. (Ind.),    Owens,    Parrett. Payson. IViidlctoft. Perkins, Peters. Pickier, Post, I ugsley. Hay, Reed, (la ), Heyburn, Rife, Rockwell, Howell, Sayers, Scranton, Scull, Sen. *. >Hii;ciy, Smith, P. (III.), Smith, (W. Va.i, Sun cr, Snyder, Sjxxmcr, Springer, HtepLeitf o-i, Si ruble. Sw«*eiiey, Taylor, (111.), Tm > lor, (Teuu.l, E. B. Taylor. J. D Taylor. Thomas. Thompson, Town-eeii<l. * (Cola), Townsend, (Pa), Turner (Kan.i, Turpin, Vnode veer, VTan h'chaic) . Walker (Mass.). Wallace (Mass.), Watson, Win;der (Mich.), Whiting, Wickham, Wikr, Williams (Ohi<i), Wilson (Ky.), tVUaon (Wash ), Yoder—Total, 157. For New York—Andrew, Baker, Hank-hend, Banks, Barnes, B*x*kwith, lV*l«len, Ik-rgen, Bingham, Blanchard, Blount, B»ia tiler, BtvdanrMfe (Ark), Browne (Va.). Brunner, Buchanan (N. J.), Buchanan (Va.) Buckal>*w. Bunn, Campi**11, Candler (Ga.) Carlton, Cate, (’laii<*e», Clarke (Ala.), Clements, Covert, Cow les, Crisp, ('unlinings, IMano, Dibble, Dingley, Dunphy, Edmunds, Elliot, Farquhar, Fib h, Flotxl. Flower, Fowler, Geis-enheiiMT, Grina*s, Harmer. Hender-hon (N. C.i, Herbert, Kerr (Pa.), Ketchum. Knapp, I*ai«ilaw, I*ausing, l*»*hllwch, I Tester. ((Ja ), I*odge, Magner, Mush, Martin, (Tex ), McAdoo, McCarthy, McClaniniy, McMillin, McRae. Miles, Moffit, M<x*re, (’N. HA, Moore, (Tex ), Mutchler, Nub*, O'Neill, (Pa ), Payne, Peel, Pennington. Perry, Pierce, Prue. (Juackenbush, Qu .an, I alines, Reilly, Richardson, Robertson. Rogers, Rowland, Russell, Sanford, Sawyer, .diem <a it, Si moi als, Spinola. Stahl-m-A i.er, .'Ai .cr-, Timnan, Tracey, Tucker, Tuircr. (Ga ), Turner, (N. Y.), Venable, Wailiue. (N. Y.t, Washington, Wheeler, (Aln.). Wiknt, Wiley, WiJkenmn, Wise, X\ 'i^ht. Yardley, Sjleaker Reed. Total 107. For M. L*aii.- Bland, Brei*kinridge, (Ky.), Carnth, ( atching*,, C< < aiane, LK**kery, EUL*, Euioe, Frank, Gi*»dnigut, Hatch. Heanl, Kinsey, 'lan-ur, Mill*. Montgomery, Neid-riiighaus, Norton, O'N ii, dud.), Stockdale, Stone, tKy.), Stone, (M<*.), Tarsney, Walker, (Mo.), Wilson, ufo). Total 25. For Wa-slungt*ai—Bowden, Brown (Va.), Compton, Ik* Haven, Gibson, Hemphill, Hooker, I >ce, laster (Va ), McComas, O Fer-rall, Rusk. Skinner, St**wart (Ga.) Stewart (Tex.). Stockbridge, Stump, Wilson (W’.Va.), Total, 18. When the sjjeaker announced the result the ChiiWgoam cheered, and amid uproar the house ailjourned. IN TDK SENATE. W ashington, Feb 25.—Mr ('handler in the senate yesterday, rising to a question of {iei'm aiai )»ri vik*ge called attention to the fact that Senator Call last Thursday had uttered word- jteraocially offensive to him which he had not tiien beard and had followed up that breach of onler by changing arui adding to the official report of hi* ivinark* a paragraph •till more offensive He therefore offered a pieamble and reeolution stating that the senator from Florida had chargetl him in debate with peisoiial reK|K>n*ibility for the iHitraging of women aud the murdering of children ami the destruction of the happiness of households in the South by men who were the emissaries I tell md him and that the senator had in addition inserted the following paragraph which be had not spoken : “The blood of Baumier*, if the evidence shall show hi* death xva* in any way connected with the ptx-secutions in United State* court*, will be on his come hmm.n Mr. Call defended his course, and after mute debate od the proper way to make up J tile m on! the matter went over The education bill came up and Mr. Faulkner spoke against it The debate will lie continued today | Adjourned _ MR. PLATT TALKS. APITAL FOH TUE TORIES. THEY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF NEW LIBERAL COMPACT. THE Ha Nay* He Never Opp«»*ed the Fair. How Chicago Got It. New York. Feb. 25.—Then* was mach regret exiiresNnd by citizen* of New York w hen it became known that the house of rep-resentativ*** had voted to have the work!'* fair located at Chicago. The result was atr tribute-1 by many to political quarrels in this state and by others to the rail rods centreing at Chicago to secure the fair for that place. Mr. Thomas C. Platt was seen at the Fifth avenue hotel. He said: “I am very much disappointed with the vote at Washington, a* I had hojssl that New-York would secure the work!'* fair. I do not give up hope yet, a*- there i* a (KMsibility of tile senate deciding to give tile fair to New-York. Iielieving as I do that tile majority of tliat body is in favor of New-York.” To a Staten lent that it had tieen generally thought that he upturned the fair b ing beld in New York and that he went to Washington to achieve such a result, he auld: ”1 venture to say that any such remark a* to my visit to Washington <*ame from a democratic sou re NS, My visit was on bush**** of a commercial nature, lait while there I sj>eut some time among the Republican inenitsers trying to secure votes for New-York. aud I know that I got votes that would have otherwise gone to Chi)ago. It is not true that I have o|i|sk-ed the fair at any time, but, on the contrary, have done all I could to bring it here ” Mr. Platt further said he did not think the Republican party feared having the fair here in 1892 because of its being a presidential year, and gave as his reasons fen* so thinking that the two-thin! amendment to the bill enacted at AUiaity pnx-luded any possible advantage to any jsjitical l*ody. He believed the result at Washington was due to the macing of U»e southern democratic congressmen in favor of Nt, Ixmis and Chicago, and that politics entered very little into determining the act. The Kou th west, Northwest, Weat, and remote 88'est were bound to have it, and they got it.__ THE ALBANY POLITICIANS. How They Received the Disappointing News front Washington. A LIA KT, Feb. 25.—Governor Hill received the details of the ballot on the world's fair bill a* fast a* they were received by special wire. At 5 o’clock, wh»*n the sixth I tai lot was announced, he remarked that “it wa* gone.*’ When the filial result was announced he seemed greatly disappointed. When asked later to express an opinion U)>on the subject, he said: “I do not care to say anything at present. It is too delicate a matter for discussion.” Lieutenant Governor Jones said:    “There is a |sedibility with such a small majority that the senate, by voting for New York, which I believe they will, will overtialaiKW the objections to New York, anil they will agree ujsm that city in conference and in open session. Senator Henry Coggeshall said: “I think the senate will repudiate the action of the house My idea is that they will agree on Washington and nettle the matter that way.” {Senator Cantor said:    “Our chances are very slim. Hume people I know who had influence do not want the fair in New York.” S|»eaker Hunted said: “Just what I expected.” Judge Greene said:    “Politics    killed    it.” Every Effort lit-lug Mads to Excite tho Protest anta Against the Liberal Combination—Tho London County Council'* Scheme for a Theatrical Censorship Great rd 88 itll Derision. IjOXDon, Feb. SS.—The Gladstonian-Par-lellite compact, which is quite generally briered to have been designed to operate in the nterest of the Irish Catholic*, is raising an enormous howl from tile Conservatively monist alliance, designed to oppoae everything which promises to benefit Ireland or the Irish. It is true, however, that the Tories are making au immense amount of party capitol out of the matter, which, though Np|>arentlv harmless, is none the lee* « great mistake on the jmrt of the liberals and Nationalists in the present critical state jf affairs. Every available spot in the north division of St. Pancreas, where an election w ill U* held on March 4 to till the vacancy caused by the Ruixvwsion of Mr. Coe lira ne-Baillee to the peerage, ia covered with placards in the interest of both |>artie*. each presenting its version of the findings of the Parnell commission. In addition to these affiches the Tories haveeau-*.xi the circulation* it thousands of hand bills denouncing the Liberals for having entered into an agree^ meat with the Pa ria-111 Us pledging the Liliera! jtui tv to the su(>i*>rt of measures designed to throw the ii i>h schools into the bands of the Catholics. A THEATRICAL CENSORSHIP The I>>nd<>u county council has su<x*aeded iii covering itself with ridicule by its advocacy of a bill to establish a censorship of the dage, to w hich authority shall be submitted, previous to their presentation, all plays intended to la* acted in public. Hhouki this board decide adversely upon any play sub-initted to it, it is profs used that *ul*sequeut presentation of the work in any form shall la* regal lied as a misdemeanor punish ahi* as the bill prescribes. In addition to this th# bill pro(to*es that all ador* and actresses shall be licensed bv the Isatni of censorship, otherwise they may not pursue their calling. The extent of the opposition to such a measure and the slim chan**# of it* set iou* consideration may be readily imagined. AN OLD BEAU GONE. Col. Hutchins of Kaltimore Becomes Demented and Disappears. Baltimore. Feb. 25.—Col. Tom Hutchins, one of the host known chara<*ters in Baltimore, has suddenly di.-appeared and his friends are anxiously inquiring as to his whereabouts. Col. Hutchins has been for years figuring as a survival of that institution known in history as the “tiemi.” Alway* attired as though he had just ionic out of a (•and box, with kid gloves on his hands, a high silk hat on his I wad and his mustache thoroughly waxed, he resorted every fine ‘lay to the streets, where ladies might lie met and impressed. Col. Hutchins was married, but some years ago he graciously allowed his wife to get a divorx*# so that she might marry someone els** For his complaisance in this matter his wife, who was quite rich, allowed him a sum of money which has since enabled him to live quite comfortably. Home time ago his friends ot (served that his mind was giving way, and he began to imagine that he hail hundreds of important law cases on his hands. On Wednesday last lie became impressed with the idea that he wa; chief judge of the court of ap|teals, and walking to tile <xairt room in the city hall, he quietly took off his hi^h hat ami overcoat and assumed the chief justice's seat. He was Iliff trilled that In* had made a mistake in the room and then walled out to hunt up his court, He has not tieen seen since. Bell for I he ( level "int Team. Cleveland, Feb. 25.—The Brotherhood team in this city is likely to he strengthened by the addition of Farrell of last year’s ducago team. Farrell is a wonderful favorite here, having l**eu more successful against tile Cleveland pitchersof last season tim Any other player. The eff«»et of an icy wave straight off the lake could not have lieen more chilling than the presence of Farrell at the lait w ith men on liases in a close game. Farrell w ill. if signed, be played every day, alternating lichi ad the l*at and in the outfield. It has lieen rumored that Al John-aal'* new catcher wa- to be George Meyers yf Buffalo; but the al* ive information, obtained from an authentic source, can be relied upon.__ Keroxeoe on the Ice. Rondolt, N. Y , Feb. 25.—The Cornell Steamboat company began catting ice on the pond at Tannersville, near Catskill, on Saturday last to fill its ice house. Yesterday w hen the men went to work it w as discovered that Sunday night some miscreant sprinkled kerosene over the ne in the pond, utterly destroying it for the steaiiitsiat company's use. The poud covers an area of eleven acre* and the ice was of excellent quality, living nearly a foot thick. A reward ha* been offered for the apprehension of the guilty parties. Tile National Guard Case. Glens Falls, N. Y., Feb. 25.—County Judge Cheritree handed down a decision in the National Guard lase yesterday. James M. Patterson, who refused to }tay hts fines ami dues and (ame liefore the judge on a writ of habeas corjms, was remanded to the custody of the ofTWr. The judge upholds the legality af the court martial, and Paterson will be obliged to go to jail. The case will probably be appealed. Clarke Bust Hang. Harris bv Ro, Pa, Feb. 25, — Governor Beaver has declined to further interfere in the case of George Clarke, the Greene county murderer. Clarke will be hanged on Wednesday. the 26th inst. IN THE COMMONS. Cantril Krsoliitiona Offered—Br. Kalfour's Government Attarked I JORDON, Feb. 25.—In the house of commons last evening Mr. John Morley gave notice of his intention to offer an amendment to Mr. VY. JI. Smith's motion that the rejiort of the Parnell commissi n be accepted. Mr. Morley'■ amendment will declare that the house reprobates the false charges made by The Times, th** gravest of w hich were most obviously Ita-sd on <*alumny and forgery, and that while expressing satisfaction that the falsity of the charges has lieen fully exposed, the house regrets that wrong was inflicted through these acts of flagrant iniquity. Hir Charles K. I*»wis, Conservative mem-l»er for North Antrim, gave notice that he would offer a motion that the house deplore* the fact that Messrs. Dillon, O’Brien and other mein!**r* have been declared parties to treasonable conspiracy and that Mr. Parnell aud many others have liven declared (larties to criminal conspiracy in consequence of which the bouse finds the conduct of such mein liers deserving of censure. Mr. Sextan moved to adjourn for the purls is# of discussing the illegal violence of the Irish executive during the Cl angary evictions, citing iii support of hi* motion many cases of violence and lawless outrage on the I ai rf of the jiolice. Mr. Balfour denied the truth of tile assertions of Mr. Hex ton, who, he said. thought that evictees should be allowed to violate the laws without molestation. Hir Charles Russell attacked Mr. Balfour’s government of Ireland a* a des|s>ti.s'm which endangered the peace of the <x>untry. Mr. Sexton’* motion was rejected—l‘J6 to 154. Mr. Graham moved an amendment in favor of shorter hour* for labor. After debate it was rejected, aud tile address was then adopted. THIRTY-FOUR DROWNED. That 88 as the Result of the Dam-Bunit in Arizona Saturday. Pikenix. Ari., Fab. 25.—A courier who has arrived from tile scene of Haturday night’* disaster at Walnut Grove say* that thirty-one white men and three Chinamen were drowned. The flood was fearful. There is no doubt that the main or upper dam gave way. A Victim of Opium. Crab Orchard, Ky., Feb. 25.—When Dr. E. T. Stephenson died bere Saturday night the awful history of another victim to the opium habit was completed. Dr. Stephenson • •ame here ten years ago and at once sprang into {Mipularity; not only iii his profession, but socially. He became engaged to a pix»tty young woman of Lincoln county several years ago, but about that time his friends lie-gan to notice certain e<x*entricitie* of habit. In dm* time it liegau to be whisjiered that the young doctor was a slave to the opium habit, and this was confirmed three years ago when he was found raving in the country, crying for his favorite drug. He was sent to the asylum at Lexington and a few month* ago was released. He returned, but his mind aud body were Irrevocably shattered aud death ended hts suffering Saturday night. The marriage never took place. K»f |>fd (rom the Flood. New York. Feb. 25.—It is learned that H. 8. Van Buren, pr* siUent of th** Walnut Grove Storage company, aud daughter were at Phoenix, Ari., when the disaster at the dam occurred, and are safe. Mr. Van Buren'* Deice, Miss Hanlon, wa" at Walnut Grove but was rwiuxl ’The coin)*ny'* official* in this city do not think the main dam was carried aw ay. They say the loss will not exceed $20.000___ Discharged from au Asylum. New York, Feb. 25.—CoL A. H. Roger*, ex-dcjaity street deaning commissioner, was before Judge Lawrence and a jury in tie supreme court yesterday on his own petition for discharge from Ward* Island, where he has been confined some time a* an insane man. After hearing evidence the jury decided GW. Roger- sane and he w as discharged. Th. New Flag. Washington, Feb. 25.—Secretary Proctor ha* issued an order directing that the field or union of the national flag in use iii the army and navy consist, after July 4, 1890, of forty-two white -tar* in six rows of seven stars each in a blue field. • To Ke-8urvey the Boundary. Harrisburg, Fk, Feb. 25.—A ••*>mmixmoo has been appointed, headed by tv ayne Mac-Veagh, to act with a similar commission appointed by Delaware to re-survey the boun- I dary between Pennsylvania aud Delaware. TWO WEDDINGS DECLARED OFF. A Coachman Stale th# Heart of One Bride; Cupidity Caught the Other. Parkersburg, W. Va., Feb. 25.—Two weddings, for which all the pre) st rati* ms had been made, even to the procuring of the marriage licenses, were (Histpone*! during the last day or two. Amos Ijernon, a young man of excellent family, has from childhood lieen enamored of his fair cousin, Mi** Emma Lemon, who in •iie past reciprocated hi* attention* During their school days A'jjo* frequently declare! that he would marry her or no one Their home was at (Dadeville, but the pr.<*j)eet» for the young man to get rich in that neiglior-hood were not flattering, so Amos a few month* ago bul Emma adieu and went to Uniontown, a much larger place, where he had secured a lucrative position.    I .a tor he wrote his sweetheart that he could now support her and had made all arrange meats but that be was so busy that he could uot leave bi* work to go to her, and suggested that she come to him, when they tx mid Pe quietly married. She agreed and in due tune young Amo* sent a conveyance for her, driven by a handsome young coachman named John Tompkins. There was where be male hi* mistake. The young coachmen, notwithstanding he knew the circumstonces of his errand, did not hesitate to make himself very agreeable to the bride ex)xx-taut, anil, as the sequel shows, succeeded in gaining the young lady’* affect Ho—. When Uniontown was reached and they had lieen rereived by the exjiectant groom, with the officiating clergyman near bv, Mias Emma caused a sensation by boldly declaring that she could never marry her cou*in; that she had never loved him with all her heart, and, furthermore, that John, the coa< hman, had po*xe*«doii of the wealth of ber affection. Amos. after pitifully pleading, burned the marriage license liefore the eye* of hi* fickle cousin and withdrew from the scene. Arrangement* are now- being made for a wedding at (Dadeville, in w hich Miss Emma and the coachman are particularly interested. Mr. Mansfield Jones, a wealthy farmer of the adjoining county, had made all arrangement* to marry Miss Mary Rex road on Thursday. He also bad procurred a license aud given the minister hi* fee A* he was donning his wedding suit a note from Mis* Rex road w as handed him in which sh* requested a deed of INI acre* of his best land aa a wedding present. Mansfield politely said he would do the fair thing, when Miss Reamed res|K)iided that if he would not make the deed )wforehan< he could tear up the H-<**nse, and he did *j. It is now said that Miss Rex mad claims that she was only teasing her lover, but she has lost him for the present at any rate, a* all talk of the wedding is over. TMK CIVIL SERVICE NEW YORK VETERANS. The State (encampment, O. A. It., at Syracuse, Begins To-day. Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 25.—More than 1,000 veterans of the war will gather here today for the twenty-third annual encamp ment of the New York state department, Grand Army of the Republic. The regular meetings will lie convened at the Alhambra. and w ill l«vt through to-day and tomorrow. >%tioiial (’ommander Alger and his adjutant general, George H. Hopkins of Detroit, will make their headquarters at the Cl"!** hotel. State lie) tart ment Commander Harrison Clark of Norwich and his staff will alto Ie at the Globe. In connection with the encampment the Women's Relief cor)et. department of New York, will hold its seventh annual convention at the Alhambra, iwgimniig to-day. This evening the ladies will hold a reception for Commander* Alger ami Clark and the other officer*. At 10:30 to-day the veterans, headed by the local military coiii|iauies, will |>arndr with Col. E. L Walratt of this city as marshal. At the opening meeting Comrade T. K. Fuller of this city will deliver the address of welcome. Every pad commander is ex-officio a delegate from his plat and additional delegates are a Ilowe< I to every HK) menders. There are 'KXI jiosts and the delegates might number 2,4<Xt but I .(XX) will lie about the attendance. The office of dc|iartmeut commander is the only one that seems to bi* in great demand. The candidate w ho seems to lie in the lead is Col. Floyd Clarkson, past commander of lafayette pist, No. 140, of New York city. He is president of the Riverside Lank and has a comfortable fortune. The other candidates for the office are Col. J. Wesley Smith, the present insps*tor, and Gen. Martin T. McMahon, l*)th of New York city. Col. Smith is an ex-asscmblyuiHii and a wealthy i«*e dealer, and Gen. McMahou is well known in law and public life. An Advance in Rubber. New York. Feb 25.—A dis)latch received in this city by a prominent mercantile house in regard to the rubber market r-*ad as follows:    “A further advance ha-, taken place in rubier, both in Para and in Europe. The Para price is now equivalent to .evcnty-seven tents per pmnd landed in New York for new tine rubber from the islands and there is no stock for sale. receipts continuing very light Jn Liverpxil holder* are now asking thirty-nine pence.” Run Over and Killed- Glens Faux, N Y.. Feb. 25. — Saturday afternoon IL W, Higl****, a prominent citizen of Glens FalL, agist 84 years, was struck by a rapidly moving boree and thrown to tho ground. He died Saturday. Before dying be exonerated the driver from blame, saying it was an unavoidable a< »-id.*nt. He has sons and other relatives residing in the West. _ The Veteran* Buat go Kite where. New* York, Feb. 25.—'The s)»eeial term of the supreme court decided that the Veteran association of the Seventh regiment cannot compel the officer* of the regiment to allow the association the use of a room in the regimental armory. The court hol<ls that tile building <*au lie used only for the armory and drill pui pwes of the regiment. Ile Knifed the Clothier. BORTON, F»b. 25.—IV. C. Merchant, colored, of Cai11bridge, quarreled with Nathan Cohen; proprietor of a clothing store at 90 Knee land street, about the purcha 4* of a coat. He cut Cohen tiddly near t.ie heart with a rarer aud injury) Simon Cohen and Lyman Crown. Nathan Collen will probably die. Merchant was arrested. SPECIFIC CHARGES PRESENTED AGAINST THE COMMISSIONERS. The Interstate Law. Washington, Feb. 25.—Mr. Paddock introduced in the senate an amendment to the interstate commerce law. granting the commission power to suspend temporarily the long and short haul clause by reducing the rate for long haul whenever there is a depression in the market for food product*. To Reorganize the Land Office. Washington, Feb. 25.—The senate committee on public land* ha* rejiorted an amendment to the bill to reorganize the land office, providing that their shall be eleven chief* of division at $2,UUU each. Be*«i». Hatton and Un art Xllrj-,. That Mr. Lyman Fraudulently Appointed Bis Blether-In-law to (idler, and That Br. Roosevelt Also 8 totaled the Rub**. Refused Areas* to Paper*. Washington, Feb. 25 Mr. Hatton and Representative Ewart have 61**1 their formal charge* against the civ ii service commission with the house committee which is im estimating the matter. They charge, Al.-t,that Mr. Lyman, while acting as sole commissioner, promoted hi* hrother-in law, Mr. Campbell, without authority; second, that Mr. Campbell secretly abstract* si from the fllee of tho commission a list of question* that had Insm use*I iii the examination of applicants for positions and gave them ton cop\ 1st in the pension office, preparing for promotion, who turned them over to Mr. Flynn, pi in ipnl of tile Ivy institute of this city; third, that the promotion of Camplieil wits cali<*d to the attention of Commissioner Ro*meveIt and Commissioner Thomson, who ref lists I to in yes ti gate it; fourth, that Campbell is st ill ill* gully ret a i ms I a* a clerk, It is further charged that other promotion* were made without examination*. i he charge is made that Thomas Milch'll of Connecticut was Mppainttxi to a |s-si(ion n« a copyist in the i»en*ion office, after he had failed in his examination, also that Commissioner Roosevelt HtHuired the appointment of Hamilton Nhidy to a pla>s* in the comm* bureau when it was known that Siiidv as au ofti**er of the commission, when acting as secretary of the local board of examiners of the postoffice at Milwaukee, had \ iol del hi-oath of office iii making false certification and not reporting violations of tin* civil service law by the postmaster at Milwaukee. It is further charged that tin* civil si rx bv com mission has by manipulation of the rules brought alout results iii violation of the law. Charges were also made that by collusion with dcj (art in* rital officer* appoint molts have lieen made in violation of the merit- system ami favorite* have secured p!u<x** with little inference to their qualili* it ions; that rein ti vc* of offhvr* of the commission have I*-en at tach tx I to tile commission, gaining a know I edge of tho secret-* of the commis? ion a privilege denied senator** aud representative* without (san)salsation and iii direct violation of the law. Mr. Ewart stated to the committee that he had gone to th* odic# of the secretory of the commission and asked tin* privily •*• of examining the imper* in the Shidy ch-** ami that the secretary after a consultation with the commissioner had refuse*! to allow hun the privilege and he requested the committee to have them produ**edho that he as attorney in this investigation could get information which bedevilled necessary. The iin*eting then adjourned until ten o'clock tomorrow when the investigation will lie continued. THE NEGRO QUESTION. Cardinal Gibbon* I lee I a rex That Iteligoii Is I heir "al val ion. Baltimore, Feb. 25 Cardinal Gibbons has liegun at the solemn high mans a coarse of Latin sermons. The congregation wa* very large and profoundly attentive. The Baltimore cat Ins Ira] do*** not furnish tim finest field of for pulpit oratory, but the precis** and clear enunciation of the cardinal made every word to lie Ic ard and to tell. The subject wan “Fennance”. Tin* sermons in the course to follow w ill also Im* {trenched during the high mass. Before beginning the Hermon Cardinal Gite hons made an np|M*ul to the congregation in liehalf of tin* negro and Indian mis-ion*. Hi* eminence reminded his lea rec* that in emu pliaic e with the decree of the lad plenary council of Baltimore an annual collection was taken up iii behalf of those missions on tim first Sunday iii Im “lit in all tho churches of the country. “There are now,” said his eminence, “about 7,(XX),(xx) negroes in th** United State*, and the negro question ha- Im <*< one a serious pr»<L tern to the American p-oplt*. The L-d .iii tion of this problem, iii my judgment, will I*-found iii Christianizing the negroes*. In some Beet ion* of the country, if ref m> rig are true, flair religion hits <h em'rated into a k i • ■• I of fetichism, and is entirely emotional, < levi od of all religious r draints and obligation*. The negro race are naturally a religious people. They are kind, affixt innate, grateful — submissive to authority, and their conduct toward* the close of the late war, when they had the |*mer to do nil chief, was above ill praise, By proper religious ami Christian instruction they are sure to I ms on ie a mod useful element in the community.” The congregation made a generous resp) use to the ap)- .ii of tie* cardinal archbishop. Races at ( litten. Clifton, N. J., Feb. 25. Attendanre light; track sloppy yesterday. First race, 6 £ furlong:    Uskiovood first. Avery second, Blacktborne third; time 1:26*4. Second race, 7!3 furlongs: Tcllie Doe fird, Englewood second, Calera third; tim*; 1:41 q. Third rare, I mile; Mallei Glenn first, Can't Tell second, Buckstone third; tim** 1:46 V. Fourth rare, the Hindoo handicap, I mile: Swift first, Juggler second, Mi— Cody third; time 1:47 : .t. Fifth rare, % mile: Guard first, Sterling aeeond. Unudagu third; time LOV;'. Sixth rare, 6 furlongs:    Auto rat first, Young Duke second, Golden Rod third; time 1:19.    _ It ii ii ne rs at >i**w tlrlejiim. New Orleans, Feb. 25. First rare yesterday, 5*^ furlongs:    Lady    Blackburn first, Friendless mn said, Tommy R third; tim©, 1:09. Second rare, 5 furlong*:    Vattel first, Olympia second, Va’jean third; time, Third rare, mile: Jim Jordan fit -t, Mona P. second. Specie third: tine*, 50. Fourth race, I mile; Buckler fii-t. Churchill Clark second, Harry Ireland third; time, U42V ____________ Hwrvlsrjf Tr»ey Return*. Washington, Feb. 25 Secretary Tracy returned yesterday from Philadelphia, where he ha* l»eeri for tlw‘ jast few day* making an individual inspection of Cramp’s shipyard*. He also {wid a visit to the Vesuvius, now in the yard* and awaiting gun cotton with which to test her gun*. A Railroad A green*cut, Atlanta, Ga.. Feb. 25.—It is announced that the Florida Southern and tire Atlanta and Florida railroad cornpanfc-x have made a working agreement, whereby, with the building of a line from Yatesville, through trains will be running in sixty <lays from Atlanta to Palatka. Twenty Ben Killed. Hambi w», Feb 25.- The iron cupola of an iron building in construction bere fell, burying in it* ruins thirty-eight workmen. Twenty have lieen taken out dead.88CENTS or i *Daisy Sewing Table ONLY 88 CTS. Ah ti special prim* while tim present lot lusts.BUY ONE NOW. Yon ll not have another diane** to p*t t hem ho cheap, ERIC STORE.CABL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Huh just receive'I :i full line (it’SPRING SU! tosh ai Troarirff Iv 11 nil to any iii the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him before purchasing. LADIES I If you want nu cay arni (to rn fort* able shoe, with a heavy Hole, one that will keep your feet dry and warns. ao*t a j' iir of I). Armstrong Ai < o'* ip Hand Welt, commot! sense shoes. They will please you.---SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I 0 Centre Street. Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe s. ;

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