Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 28, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 28, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Dunkirk, New York innppiRliPil VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1890. NO. 22. rmiPKKMlONAL HEP Ii ESENTA TI VE CZLLZ3    |>    I    KOLFII,    M.    IL, USINESS HOUSES    i*h,...i I (lls I < • I ! ! Resilience, I antral Avenue --11    Telephone    So.    ll. Calli) may Lie left at I yon’*. OF DUNKIRK. THE EXILED EMPEROR. PAPERS IN THE EWING CASE. th* DOM PEDRO SAYS HE IS THE VICTIM OF INJUSTICE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT A NKW KCI.I NO MACHINE for ruling . all kind* of blank* i* the latest audition to the Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Company STODDART A CO., Patent Attorney*, 615 7tii ii hi, Washington, D. C\, opp I’. 8. Patent Of Hee. Pat**ut*, t.aveat* anti Re I**tie* lecirol Trade Marks registered All Patent bu»ine** finduced for moderate fees. Information Advice and *|tecial reference* sent on request a CKX ANDRICH Coat and Worn! Yard.: /\ Central Avenue, opposite Nickel • ‘*9 jj< ttot. All grade* of llur I and Soft <J»al, W > 44 Lumber. Shingles and lath. f ro teliv    Correspondence    for    wholesale    btl* solicited. f-P» EX PI. NS KS IN All- VANCE, allowed each mouth, stead) employment at home or traveling. No soli* it-ing. Duties delivering ami making col lections. No Portal < ..ardu. Addr### With stamp ll AK Kit A CO., I iqua, < limy VLBX. M. MANN, Practical Plumier, Ga#-arx! Steam Kilter. Special attention given to Sanitary Plumbing Labmates given on Plumbing, Gas Fitting, Steam Heating and Hot Air Furnaces. 27 E. Thin! sins*!. HIC OI FPO KO, Ut and ti!> Central Ave . Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Photographs of liable* a si**cialty. Sitters nee.) not wait for sunshine except for babies I ><HIK IHNDKKY—.I A M KM IKVI Nil, Pr e lr    ..    -    -     *      *    —Bul- 1 wish to employ a few ladler on salary to tnk« I charge of my busine** at llieir borne*. bight, very fa*< ii.ating and healthful. Wages flu |M*r week. Reference given, lit**! pay for parttime. Addr- ** with st imp. M us. Man ION tv a La KU, Louisville, Kjr. sij IMI I,    :* MONTH tan Ik- rn at lr working for us. Persons preferred who < an furnish a horse and give their whole time to the bumnAi. Spare moments may be profit ably employed also. A few vacancies in town) and l ilies B. F. JOHNSON & CO., ioc*» Man St., Ki<!im ,nd, Va. 1> praetor, No. I« K. Second street, m ar Buffalo street, Dunkirk, N. Y. Magazine#, Music, Pamphlet*, etc., lK»und in all #tyle*. Orders promptly attended to. All work guarantee*!^— B CIU H KICH CHOC KKR V HOUSE, MO* Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in I* ported anil domestic China, Glassware, Ae. til AH. Ii. HARRIS, til Central Ave. eral Insurance, Life, Accolent and lug insure your reliable “Traveler#’.’’ lieu! i/oans negotiated on property. Gen- Fire. lie in the old h*btle Agen! TheNMbrmon Elders’ Book ■ on * >fc*l Strength, ms,ad ft** to marrl*-} men, SigfrAm I. H. Uroo.ih, Mel tiimud St.. Sew I ort C 1HAUTAUQUA HOTEL, j    Atule*.    II    per    <lay. Livery and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Rider, SAI and 337 Lion street. CATY BARBER SHOP I    Cha*.    Nagle,    Prop., Un«1er Kake shore National B ink, corm i Center and Third street*. A line nloek of Foreign and Domestic Cigars. CION KL IN A HON, ,    33.'    tenter    street, l*ractical boree-shoer a. Particular attention paid to interfering horse*. Sluieing of road ai .i trotting horses a specialty. I) UN Kl KR KVKNING OIHKRVKB. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising moll urn. I DUNKIRK KNOINKFRINO COMPANY. II    Korn'crly    Hellew    A    Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boiler*, »*u Key a, Shafting Hanger*. etc. Pattern*, forging*. Casting*, aud Machine Work to order. nCX Kl HK SHIRT tW, KB, and »>) Center street. Manufacturers of the “Cromwell” anil “Dunkirk” perfect - lilting Dress shirt*. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods bouses in Dunkirk. I \ F. TOOM KY, ll.    434    ami    4,tti    Lion    street. Dealer in Flour, f eed, alt, Baled Hay, I bos-pbates, etc. Established, Im. ’mon > RIE HOTEL and Dining Saloon, I J De I a* I. Easy access to all tram* and bus iness housed Hest accommodations for Com nerci a1 Travel* r*.    ...    „ .Iolm J. Murphy, Prop. E* HLKRH ti CO., ll    FI    and    VW K Thin! street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet 'tare and I p-uoisU rmg. Picture Frames made to order. f: A-y |». M ATTIINON a co., 3i*l Central Ave., Le»«ler» of Fashion and Gentlemen Out ll tiers. ti ARELL HTE AM HEATING UO„ Manufacturer* of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OMK STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirt*,    loc; collars, Ic’ Cuffs ic, and Lace Curtains, f ree Delivery. A W. Cumming*. Art Center street ti.' IL OKUM. E. Third st., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine limits A rimes. EN KY WEI I.KICH NKW STORE, IQS IC. rl^Thirdst Books, Stationery, Musical In •tntmenu. M ..gallaes,Daily aud W eea Iy Fe mr* and everything |M*rtai»ing lo a Unit class i»ook store. No boo. Book* a specialty. |4>li PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rah** by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second SC J- H. VAN BUREN A HON, Kin' Life, Accident amt General insurant Dealers in Heal Estate and Loans. Paracular attention paul to the cire of oropei*ty collecting rent* Ac. 210 Center ut, hid floor. NI Of ROE S PHARMACY, .JOO Central Avenue headquarters for IV all Paper Paints. Oils, A.. « VEKKINH, J. W.. mr    -JOO    Center    street, a *____  line Manufacturer and *ieaiei in llano***,s* i 'Ie.., bl idles, Collars. Trunks," hip*, Buff an* Hobe- liorseCovers.Glovo-.Mittens and Sleigh Hoi ie*. F‘ LATMBLNG. T. W. .Murray. 337 Lion street. A specialty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and Ga* Fitting. Workmanship ^uar-nfced. , SCHOLTES. £    IT    Last    Third    street. Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage t* Calion nu11 ie fore purchasing cbewfcere. 1> H. CAKY A CML, 333 Lion street General Hardware," Int* l*-ad,Oil#,Painter'* Supplies, Oil Cloths, Grill U* " an-. A * lienal-t*-*of shcrwin VV ilbam* Pa * I and M mroc range. > CISING, Bilch a* blank-I**ok*, h#Iliers, and i.V a I kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 an)! IO K. Second >t. Rudolph molhsnhauih. Cor. Third and BuQalo SU., Dealer in Granite, Marble, flagging and Building Stone. Call on me l*efor* buying your side-walk    _    _ R ISLEY A CO., 7 and 8 Last Front street Whisky, " mea, Brandies. General Liquor Store for f amily Use. ROH P.KT M KAY, Lion street, near the depoL Hoarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms.    -    _ RKH), J. W,    _ 134 Center street Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machine*. We make a specialty of lirst class make# of Pianos ami Farrand A Votey Organs. SAM J. OI FPO RD, 301 Centra) Ave. (Up stairs), General Insurance and Heal Fatal* Agent FireLLife, Accident, and Live Stuck jk.fi'tit. f iIT^l*UP, Jilt Hif III, itIP» OlYU Insurance. Prompt attention given to buying and selling Real Estate rii c. JONES, I    75 E. Third st, cor. I mer. Excelsior Meat Market, f resh. Salt and Smoke*! Meats, I-ani. Sausages, Oysters and Poultry* W ATC ll EH, JEWELRY, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Ret ut i ring a *P®£‘•]*>*• Frank F. Stapf. 83 E. Third st W BL MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, 416 Central Avenue SHUNG ISHO D. MATTESON cfc CO WAIT FOR ii PILA P’S Spring Hat. Saturday, March I i Call and See Them New Barter Shop. O. A. IH’KIIEF. formed)’ in Wheeler’# bar-her-eimp, has openeil Hie barbershop in Hic Erie Hotel. He ha* every facility for good w irk, nm! customer* will find it a go)#l plate to go for shaving and hair cutting. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured SY AIMIUtSTERINu OR. MAIMS' COLDER SPECIFIC. It can be given In a cup ct coffee or tea. or In ar tides of food, wit lout the know ledge of the person taking it; It I* absolutely* barmie** ami will effect a permanent ami Bp«*edy cure, w bethel the patient I* a moderate drinker or an alcoholic meek. IT NEVER FAIL8. " «* GUARANTEE | H    ^^^Miice.    43    page    bool |Ad«ln *•* in confiden 'e,H n complete cure in evei v infoance. 4* page FREE, Addn **1n con Oden'VB, rOLOEli SPECIFIC CC.. 13!i Pac r St.. Cincinnati.^ C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 3414 MAIN HT., RUFFALO, N. Y. DEALER IN’ pons, WATCHES tai WK, Clocks, HUverware, leather GvhmIs, Ka-. ESKRA VISK, GOLD if SIL VER PLA TISO A COMPLETE LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS ;ttt4 MAIN ST UK KT, Opposite Iraq nota Hotel. He Thinks, However, That the Brasilian People Were Heady for Republicanism, hut the lander* Have a Difficult Task before Them—Ile WHI Issue No Manifesto to the People. New York, Feb. 28.- The Brazilian consul general, Dr. Mend ones, has received a copy of an interview lietween Dr Morel, editor of Iji >btoion of Buenos Ayre*, ami Dom Pedro, late emperor of Brazil. Dr Morel remarked lo the ex-emperor that the Bio de Im Plata would deplore hi* abdication, liccauMe he was the Iwlance of power iii that jsirt at the continent. Dom Pedro replied that this ne**I not be an, because the fact that Ii)#-ayuva was minister of foreign affairs, was it***lf a guarantee of international |ieaee. He *}Mike highly of Bocayuva and further remarked that the provisional government had too much to do at home, in consol idnting the repul die to occupy theniselvee with affairs abroad. “They have committed an act of injustice again*) me,” the ex-emjteror added, ♦‘but it is done ami remains,” He agt cd with Dr Morel that the Republican* ha*! a very difficult task IWore them, and said: “They have lieen obliged to send some military men from Rio to the northern provinces to organize their admi nisi ration. There were no civilians to entrust ugh this ta*k.” Dr. Morel asked “Then how will they lie aide bi consolidate tile llepublii an system. ” KRA7.II ISNS ARK PATRIOTS. “B** aiis» til*- Brazilians are iiatriots,” rn- SJHinded Dom Pedro; “and I ls*lieve they will exert tliciuM'lv**s f*ir tile good of the country I shall serve them in Europe a* bing as I live in Itanishmeiit the same a* if I occupied the throne. This has always I teen my way of thinking, and this is my irrevocable resolve.** Dr, Morel expressed his sense of Dom Pedro’s *• lf -abnegation ami a*ke*l. “But if the ivople. tii**I of trials and strife, should become react i*mary, ami sfMmtaueously call iii#hi you to lie their ruler, w<ml*i your majesty returnT To this I torn Pedro replied: “I do not know I can assure v*hi that I am now a* a1 ways ready to subject myself to the will of the Brazilian people. At the same time I will not lie the *>ue to pnicure, directly or indirectly, intestine divisions and strife.” Dr. Morel—Then you do not think there is cause for abdication! Dom Pedro There is no reason why I boul*!. The facts are consummated, ami the facts have force for the |iresent. Dr. Morel- It is said that you will issue a manifesto and it is anxiously l*M>ked for. Dom I'i-.ire—I shall not *lo un; at least riot for the present. I am a man of actions, not of wi mis. Dr. Morel—Does your majesty lielieve that Brazil will maintain the union under the new order of tilingsf Dom I’Mro—I do. Uh* nation, the fatherland, is alrnve all. Dr. Morel—I look upon the Brazilian people a> prepared for the republic. 18 an Pedro—I believe the same. Dr. Morel Does your majesty think there will lie a reaction in favor of a restoration? I Nim Pedro This lielongs to the future, nlmut w hich I know a# much as you. Thi* ended the interview, so far as political matters were concerned. Mr. Day Declares He Cannot Fill Famous 4 atelier's Place. j New York. Feb. 28.—The papers in the ' action brought tty the Metropolitan Exhibition company against William Ewing, the fanning catcher of the old New York Base ball cora}wuiy, to enjoin him from playing with any other club than that of the coni|iariy for the season of I MRO, have been tiled in the office of the clerk of the United Htates circuit i court. They are at'compatned by two affidavits; one by John B. Day and the other from Arthur W. Bell of the Exhibition com-pany. Mr. Day in his affidavit states that Ewing had caused to lie published in the newspapers that he would not render service* to the crim- THE 1.11’.El! ALS’ SLOGAN. THEY PROMISE TO GIVE THE CONSERVATIVES NO QUARTER. Kven the Rabid Tories Unable to Agiea 'V itll the Government's Action In th# Parnell Case — French Papers Protest Against tbs Government's Mending a Representative to the Berlin C onference. London, Feb. 28. ~ The Daily News in a I aeon-hi rig leafier on the political situation de-! clares that th* Liberals are again in the I'ascendancy and are fully determined upon | ""aging a war against Ix>rd Salisbury’s men plains tit according to the contract for 1*610 | daciou* government in which they will giv and that he had engaged with a rival organ ization;that Ewing told him he would not comply with the terms of the contract, Mr. Day avers that Ewing ha* lieen iii his service for five year^ow and at this late day in the season it wo Fi not tie p**wible to secure another catcher to take Ew ing’s place, If the other players under contract with the complainant carried out their threat* and refused to render services he could not get a team skilful enough to compete with the other chil* of the league and a large sum of money he rep if* ire invested i^iil'i Ie lost. Hr Bell in hi* affidavit say* that a* agent of the complainant he paid Ewing f2,(«W salary under the contract for the season of I HHD. He ap)tended to his affidavit a note lie sent Ewing Oct. 22, I HHP, notifying him of the retention of hi* services by the New York Ball club under hi* contract for the season of 1890. YELLOW FEVER ON BOARD. CIVIL SERVICE INQUIRY. Three Men Dead and Others Sick—Only Two Able to Work. New York. Feb. 28. —The three-masted acbo*mer A. M. Brutubet of St. Johns, N. F.f sailed for that port thirty flay* ago from Barcelona, Venezuela. She came into port ye*ter«lay and i*an**h<ired off Quarantine. It it) said by the health authorities that she has yellow fever on board, t in Feb. I when the schooner wa* three days at sea, Jacob French, an aide seaman, a native of St. Johns, fell ill aud died after three flays sickness. On the follow mg <iay Hayward Marshall, the mate, •lied. A fortnight after John 1’arsoiis, the steward, was taken ill ami died iii one day. Hi* brother. Abraham Pars*ms, a s*iariian, became ill at the same time, but is still alive on board the vessel. Caph Foote, who is in command of the vessel, with the aid of only one seaman, had Yo navigate the vessel during the last fortnight, and when the schooner was Imarded by a pilot the two mon wei-e in a state of utter exhaustion, t’apt. Foote said his crew were ill of typhoid fever when the schooner left Barcelona, and that the three death* were caused by weakness resulting from the disease ami ex j# inure in navigating the vessel. The quarantine authorities lielieve that yellow fever attacked the men. The vessel will tie detained at quarantine until a thor*sigh investigation is made. I no quarter. The attempt of the ministry, The News says, to force the country to ac-I **pt the rejiort of the Parnell rommini<m, i exonerating the accused members of the Irish party of the charges against them, a* a [ veil!jct of “guilty” is a dose too nauseating for even Tories to swallow, a* the govem-: men! will I. arn at the cost of it* power when j the purging filtration begin*. ANGRY FRENCH EDITOR* The French newspapers of the Opposition j are raising a terrific bowl at the decision of the Paris government to participate in Em-jieror William's labor conference at Berlin. The decision, these journal* declare, i* a complete surrender of the principles which every French government ami every French eiti-Xf‘ii ha* beld since Franca was despoiled by ; German greed ami German vamlalism, and in I that spirit the act will lie treated by the I French elector* at the earliest op{>ortunity | offering. NR. BIGGAR’* WILL. The w ill of the late Joseph G. Biggar bn- i queaths to Archbishop Walsh of Dublin the sum of £2,000 and gives sums ranging from | £200 to £1,000 to various charities in differ j ent parts of ireland. It is announced that King George of J Greece has arranged to flay a visit to the czar in May, to lie abeent from Athens three months. During the alisenee of the king, his son, I Yulee Constantine, will assume the rulership and there is some curiosity to oliserve the extent of the young mail's ability to wield the Hellenic sceptre, which he will in the natural course of things, inherit Arrangements are making to hold a great exhibition of {minting* at Stuttgart in 1891, the feature of which will be the predominance of works of the old masters. THE CONTRACT LABOR LAW. of A MARVELOUS HOLD ON LIFE. The Cases of *■ I en fig ta pliers Bailey and .Sturgis Bronchi Up. Washington, Feb. 2h.—The investigation of the civil service co*uinirakai was continued before the house committee on tile reform of the civil service yesterday. Mr. Bailey, the stenographer who, it is alleged, wa* pron* it od improperly over other employes, test died that he hail lieen required to flo stenographic work, and said that he would lie willing to do the reporting of the present proceedings and had done so at the ti* st sitting of the inquiry. ('oimiossii >iier Roosevelt here tsmk the stand and gave the fact* in the case of the trail*.'cr of Stenographer Sturgis. He said that Sturgis had lieen told that he would have to leave, but out of kindness to him he had gone to the war *ie|mrtment ami told an official that Sturgis had been w'ith tile eoni-niis-fion and hi* work hail not lieen satisfactory, which he believed was flue to the exceptional circumstance* of Sturgis’ (insiLinii because lie laliored under the lielief in theoffice, that he was a protege of ex-Commissioner Edgerton, ami that feeling made bim a poor clerk aiel disgruntled w ith the cotiimission, lait this would not interfere with his tieing a useful clerk iii the war de)iartment, to which he wa* tian.sfernxL The committee adjourned until to-*lay. Hi ill an 4Ypeti Question. I#*\Df*\, Feb. 28.— In the house of cornin- ii* last evening Sir James Fergussoo, under foreign se.rotary, denied that the Behring’n sea question had lieen settled. The Iieg<>tint ai* to that end. he said, were still proceeding. Baron fie Worm* moved the * x>n<l reading of the hill granting a resjion-sible government to Western Australia, reserving th*- imperial jsiwer to sub-divide the colony. A Lucky F.nrape. Newark, N. J., Feb. 28.- The Chicago limited express train tm the Pennsylvania radi<tad due at Jersey City at trial p.m. ran into a f/diigh Valley train at Newark. The locomotive of the express train was badly wrecked, ami th** rear ear of the liebigh Valley train, a baggage ear, was slightly dam-agtxL No one was hurt ami traffic was interfered w it ti lor only about an h*Hir. Burned lo Death. Minnkapolih, Feb. 28.— A Tribune special from Chamberlain, S. D , says: An old negro woman, well known iii this section, wss burned to death yesterday. Her building caught fire ami she wa* unable to escape. The general lielief is that she was murdered ami then burned to cover up trace* of the crime. Charge* Against Bishop U.-hrr. Shamokin, Pa., Feb. 27.—Bishop J. J. Faller of Chicago operand the Eustorn Pennsylvania Evangelical conference yesterday. One hundred anil sixty-five ministers were present. After prayer by the bishop ami the N|i|*iintment of Rev. W A. 1as>|io1i1 a* secretary, flair elders preferred charges against Bishop Esher. Tho charges w ere of such a nature that the committee considered a trial absolutely neeesKary, ami fixed March 9 a* the time for the trial to I** held in Salem church. Real ling. The bishop was then requested to leave the chair, but thus he declined to do, saying his duty would not permit him to vacate. The charges against Bishop Esher an':    First,    slander ami evil speaking; second, false bood; third, creating dissensions bv per|ietuating ami intensifying the agitation iii our church ami disturbing our }w#ace bv a revival of old and previously adjusted difficulties ami differences. What Investigation* Cost. ALR a NT, Feb. 28.- Comptroller We m pie, in response to a senate resolution asking “How much money bas been paid out in ten years for investigating committee-,” submitted his report as follows: Total |i«id out, F-MM.5G4 37; for counsel $14ti,(MM). HO, of he* exiieii a** tS>7,-.S0tf.57. This does not include claims of the Indian investigating ami assembly investigating committees for I8N8, the former f<ir $5,-HH4.29, and the latter for ti 1,8'Jfi. I J. B«-siile* these, there are expenses for contested eks'-tions amounting to over 14,<NR». ain! disal-lowixl claims under his administration of $l$,2o2.28. The governor also vetoeil last year over #11,9U0 in claims which have not been paid. Young l incoln Survive* Another Operation Miifl Viny Recover. LONDON, Feb. 2H.— Young Abraham Lincoln underwent another surgical operation yesterday afternoon with the result that heil greatly relieved of jiain ami hi* symptom* are generally more favorable. A drain was inserteiI and pus is flowing freely. The sue-eess of the operation ha* revived the hopra of tile family that the patient may recover. Mr. Lincoln requests public expression of his own ami Mrs. Lincoln's appreciation of the many cablegrams of syinjiat hy caused by the erroneous rumor of the death of their son, which have l#s»n received. Minister Lincoln states that the physicians attending his son say that the patient has surprised them and all others a1*nit him by not only surviving Wednewiiay night, but by lieiug sufficiently strong in the morning to permit the oj ie ration of tapping, which relieved the heart aud lungs from effusion. What wa* pronounced to tie an Almost certainly fatal opt "ration tiasat least temporarily reverstsl the |mtient's hojieles* condition and measures have l*>en taken to prevent further accumulation of pus. Though there is still great flanger, the doctors are not without hoi** of toe patient's recovery. Can ad laws Dab* ti Mg the Expediency Retaliation. Ottawa, Ont, Feb. 518.—In th# house of commons yesterday Mr. Taylor’s contract labor bill, which is an exact counterpart of the American law on this subject, came up for a second reading. It came out that Mr. Taylor had taken upon himself the authority to issue a proclamation last summer warning American fishing parties which crossed into Canada along the bt lawrence river that they would lie liable to heavy penalt ie* under the fishery ach Kir John Mai'donald admitted that Mr Taylor made out a strung case The Ameri-can government to all appearances had acted unneighborly, thus causing indignation along the bonier. He imagined, however, that the legislation wa* aimed at European immigra tion rather than intended for Canada. The position of the countries was different. While wa wanted more immigrants the Atn4»rtcan* were seeking to protect their domestic labor He proposed an adjourn merit of the deltate. Kir Richard Cartwright scored Mr. Taylor for issuing a warning to American fishermen aial others. The Dominion had a minister of marine, hut he never realised before that it owned an admiral. Hon. Mr. I^aurier thought the bill was un-ne*-es*ary. The American legislation was not conceived in any spirit of hostility to Canada, ami remonstrances would probably produce a lienefleial effect. Mr. Lister, coming from West Lamhton, a btirder county, agreed that this course was the safest. If representations failed then he would favor a retaliatory measure. Sir John Thompson admitted that consid erabic harshness had attended the enforcement of the American act, but could not support any proposal for a policy of reprisal. It wa* all very well to figure that Canada should tie exempted. This could not be done unless an exception were made likewise in favor of every British subject. An exemption in the cam of Canada meant that this tx>untry should prove the weak point in the American wall. If this were done thousands of foreigners would flock here to gain en-tranee to tile United States. He regretted that Canadian currency on deposit in American lianks was taxed as personal property. This could notlw remedied as it was author ixed by statute. Iii regard to the labor question he saw no hofies of any change in the existing legislation. The subjert wa* brought liefore the attention of the American government two month* ago when t wo mem hen of the Dominion government visited Washington While not existing any change they urged the secretary of the treasury to see that the ism tract labor law was not enforced with any undue severity. The American cabinet minister in reply said that it was far from the American government’s intention to annoy Canada. The law existed and it wa* within the sphere 'if the humbled American to see that it wa* •nfoired. Investigation would show that the American oAUer* along the boarder hail jier-formed their duty under compulsion from private individuals. Canada did not p<i*se»t# a surplus j*-pulation and it would be unwise to enact similar legislation. TH KY TELL NO TALKS. MUMM’S THE WORD.” Fatal Collision. Elgin, 111., Feb. 28.—A Milwaukee ami Bt. Paul freight collided with a stock train at Salt Creek. Twelve iwrs of the stock train were demolished, much shirk killed, two persons fatally injured, arid two boys badly hurt. The victims were:    Fireman Ogden of Chicago, fatally injured; Charles Alexander, fatally injured; Patrick Ryan. seriously hurt; Henry Alger, badly injured. Alexander, Ryan aiel Alger were boys who hail run away from their homes at Beloit, Wiz, and were comeaksi in a stock car. Death of a Prominent Urinal Man. Syracuse. N. Y., Feb. 28.—William R, Brewster who, for more than fifty years has been connected with the canal office here, died yi**terday. He was a Democrat of the old school anti we prominent in jollities until w ithin rwent years. There wns no man in the state lietter known among th® t ating fraternity. Mr. Brewster jumped or feil into the canal two weeks ago. and the cold thus contracted led to the illness which resulted in his death. A Letter from Stanley. London, Feb. 28.—A letter from Henry M Stanley wa* read at the meeting of the corporation of the city of I*mdou yesterday. Iii his letter Mr. Stanley says he holies to arrive in Ixmdon on April 15, when he wi’l reeei\e the address which it is the intention of the cor]* iration to present to him. Two Billiard Game*. New York. Feb. 28.—In the billiard tournament ye*terday afternoon Ives defeated Keiser bv a score of .itll) to 199. Averages— Ive*. 25; Heiser, IO 9-19. Schaefer defeated Daly iii the evening by a score of 500 to 800. Averages—Schaefer, 18 14-27; Daly, 14 2-27. For th* Enumeration of the Chines#. Washington, Feb. 28.—Mr. McKenna of California re|iorted favorably to the house yesterday from the census committee the hill to provide for a complete enumeration of the Chinese imputation in this country. VI Mull lion Inundated. Pittsburg, Feb. 28.—A Massillon, O., special to The Times says:    The Tuscarawas river is out of its hanks. The northern {airt of the city is Inundated, a nullifier of streets being im|iassible. More than fifty residences are surrounded. The water is almost to the high-water mark of ’84, and the damage to property will be great. Heavy Rain* In Arizona. San Francisco, Feb. 28.—Heavy rains continue to prevail in Arizona. Wednesilay night the fit aids wa*hed out a large portion of the Prescott, Arizona, railroad. Telegraphic communication has also been cut off from Prescott so that the exact nature of the damage is not known. Th* VI iulti-C tun fit on Ca**. Washington. Feb. *2*—The majority re-j«rt of toe committee on clo'tions in the contested ca*e of M ud<l. Republican, against Compton, Democrat, from the Fifth district of Maryland was made to the house to-day by Mr. C«io|K‘r of Indiana. Mr. Moore of Texas submitted the views of the Democratic mends*rs of the committee. Both report* discuss the case at great length and each sustain* the claims made by the |*rty in whose favor the reis-rt is marie. The majority report decisive that Mudd is entitled to Compton's scat by a plurality of 154. The minority bold* that Compton was properly elected. It con«,ede* to Mudd a few votes claimed, but not counted for him. A Scheme for Getting Ire. Halifax, Feb. 28.—J. R. Raymond, representing a syndicate of New York capitalist*. is visiting Halifax for the purpose of purchasing land in t he vicinity of Dartmouth lake* w ith a view to erecting ice houses thereon and securing th* right to cut ice on the lakes. The New Yorkers claim that Nova Scotian ice is sujierior to most of the lo* obtainer! iii the United State**. It is the intention of the syndicate to ship ice from Halifax to the large cities in the state*. Mr Raymond state* that he represents a number of New York merchants, the greater part of whom are extensive dealers in fish. A Tailor Hissing. Syracuse. N. Y., Feb. 28.—Jacob Brodsky, who ha* conducted a large tailoring shop in this city for several years, employing from fifty to sixty hands, has left town and no one seem-, to know whither he bas gone. He is indebted to a untidier of firms here in sums ranging from 410(1 to $800, and it is said that be also owe* all of his employes for services. Brodsky ha* always lieen considered financially sound, and hi* credit wa* good everywhere. His disappearance is a mystery to his friends and a surprise to the people generally. High Water stop* Trains. Cincinnati, Feb. 28.—At midnight the river had reached fifty-five feet, two and one-half in he* and still rapidly rising. Two inches more %*. ill cause the railroads to abandon all trains leading out of the Grand Central station. The liack-water from the Ohio entering at the Mill street sewer has covered the facks at several points. Washouts between Lawrenceburg and Aurora are reported. All the Big Four trains are not I running. Cattle Frozen to Death. Bowlder, Mont., Feb. 28.—Tuesday night the ternjierature fell to 40 degree* below, freezing a herd of IOO cattle in the stock van!* belonging to the Milner Cattle company. The average for the state is now about 25 degrees below, the coldest in seven years. Bill* I ut roil ii red. Washington, Feb. 28.—Among the bill# introduce)! in the house yesterday were:    By Mr. Wright of Pennsylvania, for the relief of dependent widow s of soldiers who flied from otlier causes than that upon which [tensions ary granted; Mr. Miles of Connecticut, amending the world s fair bill so that at least two of thp twelve members of the board of control shall be women. Russian Military Manoeuvre*. St. Petersburg, Feb. 28.—The military manoeuvres to take plate next summer, preparations for which have already begun, will be conducted on a much larger scale than any limilar event of piwceding yearn. A Blizzard In th# West. MivNeapolis, Minn., Feb. 28.— Special dispatches to I he Tribune stat# that a regular blizzard prevails in Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri and Kansu* and portions of Illinois and Nebraska. Th# snow is several inches deep at many point*, and their is apprehension that railroad traffic will be greatly interrupted sir John Macdonald 4'onnset* allene# on Hie Flutier ie* Question. Ottawa. Feb. 3H.—In [arliaiiient yesterday Hon. Peter Mitchell asked the government if their attention hail lieen called to a telegraphi»* report [lublished in the pres* to the effect that the Ruiaian government hail lirected its ambassador at Washington to take [art in the negotiations in relation to the Behring sea. It looked a* if the contention on the part of the United States that Behring sea wa* a closed .sea. had lieen given up. If this was true held matter stood well for Canada. In reply Sir John Macdonald said: “I do not think it is in the intereat of Canalla that we should enter into a discussion or state precisely what we lielieve to lie the state of affair*, liecause anything said will be published in the United States. It is infinitely lietter that this matter be not discussed now iii this house while it is under discusaion at Washington. Canada i* represented there as well as England. The United States and Kus'la are also represented, and are considering the lieut means of preventing the extermination of th# seal. I ant glad to inform the house that at present everything is looking a* satisfactory as we could wish. WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS REMAIN SILENT. Hot One of Them Will Breathe a Word a* to ll Im Sion re* of Information — And Still th* Executive K«-|iort* Appeal Iii th# Paper* — Busine** Transacted Iii Hon** mid Senate. It Didn’t Stop th# Leak. W amu noton. Feb. 28.—In accordanc# with the new ruling of the senate that during the tim# that body i* engage I in newt session, no one, excepting employes, shall be allowed in the senate wing of the capitol, all representatives of the j ire** were yesterday required to leave th# gallery and their work the moment the secret tension began. AU thi* notwithstanding the fact that the hug# metal trimmed oaken door* between the gallery and the senate cha inlier were securely locked and guarded, each by two sturdy [xiiiceman The secret session of the senate yesterday was devoted almost exclusively to the consideration of nominations to which there wa* no objection and to receiving reports from committees. The (-onimittee on commerce reported favorably the nomination of H C. " arinoth, to lie collector of customs at New Orleans. Washington, Feb. 28.—The senate committee of which Senator Dolph is chairman, appointed to investigate the leakage iii executive new*, examined several newspaper corres[x»ndent* yesterday and questioned them at great length a* to their sounv of information concerning executive matters Jules Guthridgeof the New York Herald was questioned a* to whether he obtained any of the information published iii hi* jxqier from any alem lier or employe of the senate, ami he declined to answer the questions. Several other quest hills of alike character were put to hun with tile same unsatisfactory result. A. J. Halford of the Associated Press testified to having furnished to that association a paragraph i*oiicerning the confirmation of Indian ('ommissioner Morgan, but declined to •ay where he got his information. the rkitikh treaty. George G Bain, day editor of th# United Press, testified that he had written published paragraphs about the confirmation of Indian Commissioner Morgan ami about the ratifl cation of the British extradition treaty. He dts'lined to answer questions as to whether h# had ever discussed executive matters with senator* or employee of the senate or not, or whether he was in the habit of talking with senators about executive matters or not. In answer to a question of Senator Dolph about the [Hiblication of the British extradition treaty in the New York Tribune, Mr. Bain said he had seen what purported to la* a copy of the treaty, and he was glad to learn on the authority of the chairman of the committee that it wa* a correct and authentic mpy. Mr. Bain finally stated to the committee that he would give no affirmative or negative answer to any question bearing on the question w here he obtained executive news. Asked if he desire)! any time to consider his position in this matter Mr. Bain replied that Id* did not- that he considered it his professional duty to decline to give the source of hi* information. Mr. Bain wa* ordered to appear again to-day. M G. Keckendorff, correspondent of the New York Tribune, was questioned very briefly al#nit the publication of the British extradition treaty in his [wjier. He declined abnnlutely to tell the committee where he ole tamed the treaty or where he obtained any executive information. F. A. Dupuy of the New York Timew de-clined to tell where begot his executive information. He volunteered the statement that no newspajier man ever obtained any information by listening at a keyhole or by questioning the em pl) lyes of the semite—the inference being that they obtained it from the members of the senate. Indian t’)>mniis*ioiier Morgan was at the capitol and he np|#'nred liefore t he committee to explain the [uiragraph which was published in a I)sal i>n|**r stating that he wa* at the capitol on the day the nomination wa* confirmed ami that he had received five minute bulletins of the progrew* of the debate. Mr. Morgan testified that he had come to the <apit)il to bt* prepared to answer any questions that might lie ask*#! concerning certain charges which he had heard were made against him, ami be had head that his nomination wa* confirmed while he wa* at the capitol. _ NEW ARRIVALS! THE DAY IN CONGRESS. Langtry Curling Irons only iou. Ideal Hair Curler*, 95c. Electric Hair Curlers, only 12c. Cream Macronic Twine, per bult! 8c. Colored Tint Macrcme Twine, per ball, fie, The improved Walfet Irons,.only 49c. Misses Spliced Immovable black and guaranteed stainless Hose, only 2 ic. The dye of this stocking is absolutely fast. It is free from all poisonous sub stances and does not injure the fibre of the fabric. We have them in a1* si/os from fi to 8 I>*2. No. *2 BeslU. F. Velvet, only 54c per piece. No. 3 1*2 ReQ ti. F. Velvet, only fide per piece. LaTosca Bustles, only 23c. Stocking Darners only 5c. Fancy Lunch Baskets, assorted styles, 15 cts. We keep the latest improved DRESS FORMS, so much desired for fitting and draping dresses, the most convenient contrivance of the age. A new lot of the genuine Irish Feasant Cloth Surface Circulars have arrived. The style is very pretty. This makes a most desirable garment for this season, when it can be used to such advantage. The regular price is 1125, our price will be 11.10 Unique Earthen Teapots. 25c. Slop .Jars, 3’ic. Toilet Pails, 88c. ERIE STORE. Th* Day at Outtanburg. New York, Feb. 28.—A large crowd went to Guttenberg yesteday. The weather wax threatening and the track heavy. First rare, mil#: Aftermath first, Counterfeit second. The Forum third; time, 1:32)f. Second race, 1>* miles. Rapine first, Neptune second, Harwood third: time, 2:06Vf. Third rare % mil#:    I    july    Pulsifer    first, Pilgrim se**ontl. Goldfish third; time, 1:06^. Fourth rare, 6^ furlongs: Harry Faustus first. Little Barefoot second. Millerton third* time, 1:20*4. Fifth rare, % mile:    Hamie    Hay    first. Banker second, Both well third; time, 1:38. Sixth race. % mil#: John Jay 8. first, Billy Crane second, Velvet third; time, I Rec#* al New Orleans. New Orleans, l»eb 28.—The rates resulted as follow* yesterday: First rare. 5^ furlongs:    Creole    first.    Tom Karl second, Pritchett third; time, 1*09 Second rate, % mile: Lottie F. first, Lilly Los hiel second, Fremont third; time, IKK Thud rare, ^ mile:    Miss Francis first Porter second, Maggie B. third; time, 50>{. Fourth race, Ti mile: Buc kler first. Dead heat for se)*ond place between Bonnie King and Chur) hill Clarke; time, 1:29V- Narrow Escape from Wreck. Cleveland. Feb. 28.—A special from Independence, O., says a young fanner mag VY illiam Cassell discovered three ties inserted in a cattle guard on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. He removed them just in tune to prevent the wrecking of the fest express. Mr. AtkiiiHon Neatol by th* Republican*. Giller Busine**. Washington, Feb. 28.—The contest**! election caw* of Atkinson va Pendleton was caIWd up in the house immediately after the reading of the journal yesterday aud the floor was accord# si to Mr. Pent I let) ai. Mr. Pendleton said that although he knew he was addressing a jury which was prejudiced against him. he felt it a duty to sqieak in his own b#-half. He reviewed the avid)’nee in detail and declared his lielief that he had been honestly and fairly elected. Mr. Cooper of Ohio clewed the deliate, sufe porting the claims of the contestant. The vote was then taken on the minority resolution declaring Mr. Pendleton entitled to th* seat. It was defeated—yeas 142, nays 159, a strict party vote. The vote wa# then taken on the majority resolution. Th# Deimx'rat* refrained from voting in order to have the contestant seated by less than a quorum so that the question of the right of thespeaker to count a quorum may Ii# taken before the court*. The vote resulted—yeas lfi2; nays 0 (the iqieaker counting a quorum. Mr. O Ferrall of Virginia raised the point of no quorum, but the speaker ignored him and the newly elected member (Mr. Atkinson) app4»ared at the bar of the house, and amid applause on the Republican side took the oath of office. A resolution was adopted making bills from the committee on public bai I#lings and grounds a special order for March 4 and 5. The house then in committee of the whole proivxxled to consider the urgent deficiency bill, lint after some discussion aud w ithout action on tile bill adjourned. CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Huh J tint received ii full line of SHU SHK Dvercoits and Tronrisg Equal to any iii the city, anti at prices that will pay_j you to see him before purchasing. IN THE SENATE. Washington, Feb. 28.—In the senate y*a-terday the calendar wa* taken up and the bill for the erection and location of a bronze Ktatue of Christopher Columbus at the western entrance to the capitol grounds was passe) I. Mr. Evarts stated that as Mr. George did not desire to spmk on the resolution as to the election of a president pro tem. he would not ask it* consideration at once. Mr. Blair mad* a like statement as to the educational bill upon which Mr. Spooner was to sjs-ak yesterday. The senate then pr)#-eeded to the consideration of the bill to declare unlawful trust* aud combination# in restraint of trade and production. Mr. Sherman, who reported th# bill from the committee on finance, said that he ha/1 been instructed by the committee to move to •trike out the section which fixes jienaltie* for entering into trusts or combinations Mr. George opp<ised the bill on the ground of it* inefficiency and unconstitutionality. The bill he characterized a* an abortion that would aggravate rather than diminish the •VIL He quoted Mr. Sherman's statement last congress to th# effect that trusts could be bent put down by tariff legislation, and argued that this Dill entirely ignored that idea. A bill framed with such utterly contradictory anil irreconci liable ends could not fail to be inefficient, and to lie a miserly •ham. Th# senate then went into secret session j and shortly adjourned. LADIES! If you wart an easy anti comfortable hIk> \ with a heavy^Hole, one that will keep your feet Hry ami warm, gut a pair of D. Armstrong A Co n Hand Welt, common sense shoes. -They will please you. SULLIVAN & SON, A Protest from the Merrh*nU. New York, Feb. 28.—The Chamber of Commerce ha* adopted a memorial to congress asking for certain modifications of the pending McKinley customs administration 2 1 3 Centre Street, Era I# Rapidly Recovering. Zanzibar, Feb. 28 —Emin Pasha ha# „ i far advanced toward complete recovery as to 1 kill, especially mo a* to retain the right of un be able to take long walk# daily.    j    porter# to have lame* of fact tried by a jury Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe s. ;