Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 4, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

March 04, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol-, xx.DUNKIRK, N. Y . TUESDAY, MARCH I. 18<x>. NO. JO HEP RESENT A TI VE I USINESS HOUSE? PKOFKuRIO>'AI» OF DUNKIRK |> T HOLTH, YI, I)., I'hvNiniin And Surgeon Office owr By a’s Drug Htx*ra. Bran (enc**, Central Avenue Telephone No. ». Ca I Im nrav be left at I yen's. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT i m’ v, ii'lli\ i tr mline    ABT    A CO., Patent Atbmerii.tU 7Ui 4 MVI IU UN*. MU HOK ,,    ,    *    St, W sitlitnrtiHi, It. C, opii I?. 8 Patent Of- A all kin I* of blank- is the I alert aiditioi ( n,^ ,.Hl4M u Areata and He lasiMs secured the Mechanical Department of    Trade    Murk*    registered. All Patent busine** , . . ,,    4    _    I    cwoduced for iii rah-rate Fees. Information Dunkirk Printing Cum pm*?.    |    Advice and special reference* sent on request \LKX. M. WINN, Practical Plumber, liar and 8 tim in Fitter. Special attention liven to Sanitary Plumbing Estimates given on Piumbma, tine Fitting, Hteaoi llrating and Hot Air Furnace*, 27 Iv. Tturd strra't. B. B, OIFKtlltll, Agt and Ti'i ( . ntral Ave. ■ wa Av'i-tii- I’ 11 ■ ■' • ’ - i.. |. I > < • r.    111 - ‘an taii.'oii “ Photographs of Babu*# a specialty, .situ o rn*.*.! not wait for sunshine except for jab es I ((KIK HIN lf KHY I A M Rh Invisil, Pro* I I pnetor, No. Ie K. So'uud ntrw't. near -ii (alostreet, Dunkirk, N V. Matriline*, Music. Pamphlets, .a.--, I*.hind ’n all st} ii - • »r ter*1 p—ooi et I' attender! to. All work guaranteed. Iwi-li tor uiploy a few ladies on salary to take charge of ray bumnc** at their home*. bight, very fascinating and healthful Wag. .-•Hillier week. Reference given. liras! pay for parttime. Addr. ss with st nip. Mira. Hah-Ion VY a bg rh, Louisville, Ky. til IHI Is $£IUH| A MONTH tan te made working t »r us. Persons preferred who . an furnish a horse and give their whole nine to the basin* ss. Spare moments may be pi otic-ably employed also. A few vacancies in towns •rid cines B. K. JOHNSON A CO., roo, Main Nu. Kit amoral, Va. II I lU HKIt S < Hd( K CHV Hlirsr, rats t entral wen ie. Wholesale arui retail dealer in I r ported and tamest if * bins. Glassware, A". I iH.VH, i*. H ileitis, I en! r.il Ava. Ova* t e«at liMUniiiic, Lite, Acridest and hire. I‘.eh ire tr«vulu*M in 'ire your lie in the oil phale “I ravelers*.** Peal Estate Agent, Loan, negotiate*I OB p”v|H*rt\. . It* ALTA POI’A HOTFX, \ ;    Pat' >. ti per day !.ivers ar. t leMiiling (stable in connectant. Victor linier, SSS and 337 Lion siri*et I HTY ISA KHF.K -HOI* I /    Pilau.    Nagle,    Prop,, I «i* "T I -vki sh--re N*i4on:;I Dunk, corner Pence; aud Th Ut I 'ti ft s. A flue suck of fmetgn and Dom* -tic ilium i HINKLIN * NON. I j    .. Is < cute! st rn t , PU . Heal lior**-?h a is. Pat ticular attention paid to interfering horse*?. Shoeing of load | sr . lr .tting ti** OM r> a specialty. fir ANTED— An ac live man on Libers I Salary VV to permanently represent an*Ass«K ration in* < orporated ta supply,at ro-operative p.ices general mere antlike a id all kind, ut articles for borne and (amity use, in ea< h small ci v, town, village and i ural district. HO.DOO men,tan, Paid ii » I ertiticates ADMI.(MMI in ( aah. Crc lit well rate I Revere ices e changed. Empire Co-operative As-xaiat.on lawk Hoi bio), N. V- TheviVJbrmon Elders’ Book un H-X.l Strength, BUU lad fie* Co m*rr1^ man, sjeT*| I. ii. Orca ck. tai uimnd SC. hew York SPR I NR 181)0 D t NKI Kit LY CNI NG * MI 8 FRY'KB. Con ii tv. Largest Dad} in t; Au unequalled a Ivertteing medium. a vt NKI HK KNDI NKL KIN H 4«*.HPANl. J f    kortperly xllew A Popt-'e. Manufacturer **f Engine*, Holler-, I idle) a, limiting llaiweiN etc. Putt. rim. * urging* Jastir.g , aiel Machine Work loonier. • .J VHI Ult MIHM CO., att, - » and • if center -’.net, Macula* lur* r* of I.* •Cromwell” and “Dunkirk’ perfect - UtUng Dress Nhirt*. *»n oalc ie ad leading furun lung, clothing sud dr) good*, houses in Dunk? k. I, F. TlMlM KY, I    414 and *'!'■ Lion sir M b Dealer in Flour,Feed, alt. Haled Ha}, Phosphates, etc. Established, v*il. I HIK 11 DTK I. and Dining Saloon, Union K Denoi. baa} ac*‘©*» to all tram* and bira-,< I iou sea. Heat ace* *«u»**?‘** toms for Com lerriai 'I ravel* r».    „ John J. Murphy, I cop HLKUN A CO., Pj    VIT aud *» K Thin! street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet 'Yare and I p-metering. Picture I name* made lo order. lf, MATTESON ii t o., Sill i e Mira I A vs., .cadere of Fashion and Hen Heme.* Du til Mar*. : JAKKI.I. HTKAH ll KATI NO CO.. Isuu fac lurers of Mea in Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a specialty. i I OW K NT KA YI LAUN DHY. Our 'OtociaMies:    Fine    Niurl*, I"**; loiters, r* * i-Ts to aud Lace * imams I roc Ochery. Y W . t urn urn ; -'UT t enter sti ct II IU OKUM, | s I,. I him ab, cor. »d Hurt .ie I . tttfvclUH r Sod dea'er in Fine Hoots A 8h»Hh* URN RY YVKIl.KK'N NKW sTOKI', n*t K. T rd St I* x»ks. M.it!oni*i \, '< ii-c.t I -trument.-.Maga/ir.r .Daily aud W -eklx Fa vees, rid everything pertaining lo a tlr»t eia^^ bra*! biro. S'dirai. iiraik- a -p M-iaity. IOU P.ti NT! NO of every d scriptnm and ai lowest Ii.mg raUM by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and M K. -etond St. c I I D. MATTESON cfc CO WAIT FOR NI * Q\ ll L ii I ii IU. VAN IIC RFN &    ’HIN, Fin Life, Aeenient ami General    ltmurao    Deal - era rn Heal I hup* and la. mf. Par..en tar attention paid b» the C ire of    t.rop. rfy collect ing rent* Ae 4H»< * ho r st. 2nd floor. a so K4IK’» PHARMACY, ;tOt> . en teal Avenue ilesHquartett IMT W*U Pbjttt PDM*. Oils, Ac j I SEEKINS J- 'T - o*i** I enter street, Msnufnetnn'r aud ienler n Hat iu*h», 8 ..I Ie-, ftfdl - olla!*, Ti ilk-," h J*-, Buffalo Uobi ., Hoi se divert-. Clove .MitU'iisand Meigh Holies Spring Hat. saturday, March l&t |(.(fMBi>«L I W . Murray, bum liiM'b v p.KN’iaity i ie of Nan nary Plumbing, . /« .I au l Cive ••’.mug. Workmanship guar- Gail and See Them Iv SKIIOLTI'n, IT Last Third street. r ..turnable I .Hor, Centleun n will And it to (heir advant tge I > call on me liefore purchasing Cise w tier**. I > It. CARY ii CO., I    3    Ci    Lion    stieeb liet.eral Hardware.*' btl I a .id,* ii Is,Painter’s flupphes. oil Cloths, ti cm ie v*;tr**. A -jhm isl-t\ of Nlierw n" illinms Pa * land Monroe rn lure. Is (j LIN*), ^uc’i a- hlank-lMiok*, h’dger-, aud a l k s ad - oi Ida ilks doue ,*t Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and lh E. Ne. olid "b runkenness the Llauor Habit. Positively Cured Or the Llqaor Habit, Positively SY AOMINISTEIIIIO el. MAIICr BOLDEN SMCiriC. ii ran bv given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar bries of loo'". withoiittliakiiowlnlpaoflJieper-,..d n taking it; it I*absolutely harmless and w.ll R ('HOI.PH YUH.Of'N ll YI KU. COT. Tiiin! ami Buffalo Sin., tinnier in liran'te.    Marble,    I    lagging    — itiiii.lt na stone.    Calion    me    t-fere    bm tn>.    I    affecta |N*rmanent nm *|wedy cure, w bethel „..n    the patient I* a mraleratedrinkeroran aleoholir *2"*'"A"    ;    wreck, it NFVER FAIL8. " ‘'GUARANTEE Iv imi s'V x t o    I    a complete rut aln ovary Instance, (pipage book <    -    Kant    Front street,    FREE, A *W rose In roof dense, ‘    FtofusFtc.. ic    ci-«-mls Goners’ Liquor 8b»n- for Family *tm* 1> OII KUT YI’KA Y, ■c    Luna *1188*1, near Hie depot. Boa rd mg, Sale. feed and Livery stable. Subting by lilt* da} or week on reaeonaba term*.    __ ______ I) KID. .». Y    134    center 'strecb limier in Musical ln*ini>i**«l» an'1 Sewing, M»eniiu>. "eiiuikc.1 spec’ialtv of hr*t Cia*' J make* of Putin** and Farrand A Y otoy ( Irganf. I C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER St IMPORTER. sai main st., nurr.UA n. y. DEALER IN iiAM J. GIFFORD. SOI Central Ave. tITp    _ _ ^ stairs', General I n#m ..nee ami Real I -tat*    a* I    •>*    ?P!P?f!5V Alenu lire I h AT-id.mt and live Mra^t    T|u^y^fl§,    BiiibHRH    ae-    •■ calli lriMiranee. Pr»*uipt attention u-v ;n to buying    11 and M'ilme Real Katote    ^      ~    —*-- f|i C. JON KS, I    75 K. Third *b, cor. Deer. Exec tai or Meat M.uk.t. fmk Snit and Smoked Moat**. Lard. Sausages. Oysters anil Poultry.    _ \\ w 7 A TCH KIS, J K IV FILBY, AC. liny the Aurora Railniail Watch. Reuainng a •P^»*J,4y- , Frank F, SttpL *53 K. Third st Clocks, Silverware, l>eather G«mm1s, I-ta. KSOR A VISO, GOLD »f SIL IKR PLA TISO TREATED UNFAIRLY. MR. PARNELL OEF ENDED BY THE GRAND OLD MAN. He Says the Tortes Shoo IO Have the Manhood to F xoacrate ll im Ni»w That They Have Failed to Prove Their Charge* — l>or«l Salisbury Makes an El-planatlon YY'hieli Dites Not I * plain. I»niv>n. March 4.—In the house *if rum mon* yesterday Mr. .Min la*ng. mender for Dundee, a.-k*-! whether the (kqiartment of agrir-uituro were rA-ady to grunt the <leniaud of the Hcotrh farmers for fa- ilitie* with Kngland to imjxn t cattle fnun the I’nited State' ami Cana<ia aud alw* whether the condition of American cattle jiiditied their slaughter at the jmrt where they landed Mr. Chaplin, minister of agriculture*, replied that Auierhmus, not having raunplusl with th** c< m« I it i< >iut of the net of I**;*, the present n*strict «m* coukl not I** relaxed. Comrnunicat ions, be said, w ith regard to the enforcement of the act were now lieing ex 4‘hange<i with the Washington government. MIt. GLADSTONE SPEAKS. Mr Gladstone said tImt in moving consideration of th** amendment of Mr. Morley, in-trodumd on Feb. 'M. opi**sing the motion of Mr. Smith that th** r**|*ni of the Parnell special oonttnisNion !*• ad<>pte I, be <b*-n>si to avoid jiarty recriiutitaticwt. lf the motion of the government liad sufti<*od to do justhv to the inemliers impugmsl h<* would have l»een willing and really to support it, but it was utterly iii-ufli lent. Although la* deemed it hi* *luty it leis** some of th** statement* of the judges, h" I*die**-<1 that th- r«* \v;ts not a lim* of th* ir r**j*>ri that was not written in honor anti go»*l faith, Hut in what respect, h** astral, had th** judges more weighter authority than tither experienced men in *1**-eidiug how far crime iii In-land was due to the league or lo oppressive evictions? Th** judges bad unearthed anottscure paper •-all***! The Irishman, lining several jvages of their r*q*ort with extracts th> refnun which Archbishop Walsh had characterised as abom iii ride. Were they equally lils-ral in a< ••■on Ii rig blame t*» cither things equally abominable. I.i .I .-ding with t! «■ grand ami capital off**?i *- coho ming wliicij tla*y were especially clin •! to imjuir*, all that they hrnl said wa- tit:*I tile letter ujrni vilii«*h the ••barges were f» meltsl was a forgery. The report comicted the re-poml tits of joitid'g the league with a view of serrating Ireland from Knglaitd. This occurred in In'NI. In I NHO he ie joe •• *«l to believe that the blea of sej*a ration was dead. REF* iKMS ST A HTE D BV PA HXELLTTKtl. The chargi ' that the I’amellites in their apeecbew Im*I incited intimidation were ten years old. It wa* a dangerous |»ri*eedent to recur to these l*mg dat* s in order to obtain matter to hurl at j«»liti<al antagonists. Changes, Im* said, had already taken place in IrehiiMl and reforms were impending, which ow*sl their inipettm to the PanielUte- aiel would la* a<*eoniplishod without violence, largely through the ww meth >*lsof th** Iri-b party. Th** charge*!* against Mr. Parnell were n**t made at ramlom, but with th*-assurance of the most careful scrutiny. Pot a l**ng time Mr. I amell hail l**s-n thus pil-lorieil U*fore til*' country. Win not rep-ira tion .lo Iii in f In* as!,is I. Surely me inliers should not hesdnt** t<» give what acknowI«slg-nu*nt they could t*» a luau who had suffer*'! ait enortmsis u r«»ng. Sir Michael Hieks-Hea<*h sai I th*- rejiort was devoid of political prejmlhs* an*l i*as-sion, and the lr nix* tvrtninly ought to accept it. Citing Mr. Parnell as authority against th** assertion that the Con * rvativo •Niming int** odic*- were pkwlj <-*! not to renew coercion. ?dr. Ibwh demanded that Sir William Harcourt aj*ol**giA* for thit calumny. Sir William Harcourt i pli I that h** had not beard the statement, and then l«’ft the house, declaring that Im* would not stay to la* abused. Mr. Peach, c**ntifining, said h** inf*-rre*l that the Paro**llites had volmit..’ iiv supjjort-e.1 til** Coiis**rvntivi*s in UN* iii order to ■quali/** lh** |*arti«*s ami M-**ure t h- 4*il«nee of power. Mr. t»la*lstom* dei*lar««l that although in Mini*1 sense th** judges, the Parnellites an I the goveruineiit \*»-re «sjualiv * ii trial, it was mainly th*' < bara*der of the hon-** that was limier investigation, and wIm-u bn rn lit 1**-fore the tribunal of history that character w ill gain or suffer in prop u t i-ti as on this «*o»*asion the *s urst* **f the hon-** is wise and just He declared that. nothing was afllrtnral against th** Parnellites now that had not lieenaffirmed bv Secretary F«>rst«*r aud him-s**lf. The Parnellites were ti t c**ii*1*‘iiiu*n1 then. Th** Tories, he* said, had ridden into power on Mr. Parnell's shoulders, aud now they forsake him. In condosi n, he appealed from th** I ’onservativ*-- us a |s*irt \ to the(\vn-servativesa- individuals. He I* gg**l them as nu*n t*» acknowledge the law of equal moral obligations, to jjImw themselves iii Mr. Purnell's j*..siti*iii. He earnestly ap|>**:»l**d for judgment from heart an I eoiwicneo and clofKsl by saying:    “I    entreat,    aye. deniami such judgment as will give s anty n*paration for an **m*nnous wrong.” GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. club in Pall Mall, an organization *h*voted ta literature, science and art, ami in no sense political. He has just !»ecn l*allote«l for with the result that he was blackland to such an extent that his pro|s*«*rs have felt impelled to ajiologize for having presented his haute. A NOT HEH STRIKE PROBABLE. A fresh strike is threatening among th* coal miners of Westphalia with every indi«*a- j tion that it will Ive more general and w ide-spread than any of the previous great revolts of th** colliers against the oppression of the masters*. It is thought, however, in view- of j the approaching labor conference, that the s emperor will use his influence to effect a set- j llenirtit or at least to j*nst|*one the outbreak. Th** Russian government ha* purchase*! the line *f rail Wray extending from Roomy, the j seat, of one of Russia’s live great annual fairs, to Lihatt, a seaport on the Rabic. PATERNAL GOVERNMENT. MR. SPOONER SAYS THE REPUBLIC IS RUNNING THAT WAY. The Premier’s Answer. London, March 4.—In the house of lords last evening the Marquis of Salisbury, replying to the assertions made by Mr. I .aboil chere iii the house of commons, explained that he did not meet Gen. tSir Dighton Probyn J *! with a view to enabling Ixird Somerset to escape. Probyn wired him (Salisbury! asking an interview. As Probvn did not mention the subject of his recent interview he *up|**vsed that it referred to a proposed journey of the Prince of Wales. He met Probyn casually in the railway station an*! hud with him ii brief conversation, in the course of which Probyn mentioned the sea tidal-. Lord Holist hi I y declared that he never said a war runt was nlsHit to lie issued for Ix*rd Somerset, and he dill not believe thatOeu. Probvn's •■hunvoter would permit iiini to do anything w ith the intention of dc tenting justice. Me Opposes the Blair Kill on the Ground that th*- states Should Kilurste Their Own IVople— A Hill Passed Fixing the F.tlari*« of District Judge* at SANO (York III the Hon** Washington, March 4.—In the senate vea-terd-Ty the bill fixing the salaries of United Plates *listricf ju*lg»*s at #A.(KX», wras jta»*e*l, and ti;** *-du nti*>nal bill wa* debated furtlier. Mr.V«--<rh*s t, re*l a pn-ainhh'ami reno-lut ti n f> rt»*l t*» the committee on fluance) ree l ii i* I th- re**©nt l«*aso of the fur s*-.t!    • i of M-> KH to the North American ('••nim* ■ ii «>;ii|iany. all the forms of law I a*I ti- t t» n «s*mpiie*l with, anti calling on tv - et t’lry nf tin* treasury for cofiiew of all ti.** In Is 'o.d alt correspondence w ith bidders, d dir---t ing th** secretary to refrain fnun ex* o’ > r deli vt ■ ing the lease until the matter hud Imvii inquired into by the senate. Mr. M it -ll offered a resolution which was agreed t«». d»r»-*tii.g tIn***«vmmittee<»n foreign relnt i. *!«. to <snisi l«-r the advisability of raising th*- Turk.-h mission to the se*Hind class. and mal nig til* - m n y <*f the American min i-t<*r to that country *1‘J,(XM». < in >1 son *d Mr. Hoar, a bill Axing the an far slot I Mr l.atest Hefurns frein Germany. Berlin, Mar<*h 4. —The retains of the re- Uiiots have alt L'eti rtsvived excejit nine, i The «y< seats in the r**ih-tag ti I Its I by the re turns r***8*ived are divided as follows: I'entre ll”. Fr w iling*'and Volks jsirty *0, Social- i ists :{7, Conservatives fit*, Imjierial 30, Nation-1 a1 Lil*crals ;£♦, Pol<*s lh, Anti-Semite-* 4, lnde-l»endents S, Alsatians ll. Y Riot al Dortmund. Berlin, March 4.—At Dortmund the an-j nouiH'einent of the result of the s****ond Lab lot caused a riot, in w hich the police and the Socialists were engaged. The rioters st*unsi the j ml ice, who finally disjiersed them at the |s*int of the -.word. Thirty arrests were I na* Ie. -of United States di-tri*-t judges at w a.- taken up and after annie diwus- :is |*!<s.-*sl. Tl<-ar explained the provisions of the I iii    I .* vo ted ifs |*asaage, stating that tin-    wen* n*'f uniform, un*I in many *    i    i id -jn-ite to —'cure goral ju*lges. >!r.    t .    .    *, j * - d the bill and questioned th* -tnt* no ut of Mr. Hoar na to the in»i>«iKHi-|i ! r el .« • -i.'nj • 1* ut jtalges at the I-;.anilin;, -wdui • . He was in favor of low Hi.!    Lu ti Is-lievtsl that it was just an*I I    ii it th* .a! 1.IS of judges ill New York m    -i V largely incn-as* *L lit a majority o    th-    fa*«*s there was no nn'-sity for in- c    i star , hut in some cass there was p* *>.I n a -on f«»r it. !*:!! w - pi--cd by a vote of Ss to IS, Al the cdncutional bill was taken 'I    lr. Sj>o *i: r ooke in opposition to .i i It** it.,*I voted on<*e f**r the bill ice against it ami now he again op stanley** (took. London, Man*h 4.—Th** publishers of Stanley's b**>k annoiui'-e that the titleof the work will lie, “Darkest Africa; th** Quest, R**s<*ue and ll* tr* at of Emin ” Scribners of New York have secured orders for .‘SMAKl copies of the i*o*>k Sloiipii by SiifiMlUt*. Berlin, March 4.- A Progressist meeting at K«w*nigsberg was '.t<tiie*l aiel di-jteisssl by Hen* la lists last night. The p dice charged on the mob and arrested a number of the ringleaders. *in N*-w Corporation*. Albany, March 4. New incorporation" flasl yesterday with th** st*cretary of state were: Buffalo Sa whs I Stone company, for quarrvitig, sawing and manufacturing st**ne for s.ile, hen.d*piart<*rs at Buffalo; capital, #311,CKK). Ro* lM*-.A* r power comjiuny, to buy, improve and s. Ii n*u! **sfute at Roohe.ter; cupital, cHH.dUU. Oak Grove Laud conijany «*f Piiffalo, to liny, improve and sell land; caplin). $ IGO,OGU. Th a tai at I ui*. ai *» it. He and one po.-rfsl it. I.- *-*>:ijdiin -ut*-d Mr. Blair upon his in-dn iv,* -mage and ability in Ins advocacy • f *!*- - ii!, lit* denied tliat the Rejmblicai! is rte va' ptedgisl to the -upport *>f the bill. IS** .1-1 u*>t admit that tin* Federal band c*'. ' t ■ uni dict ion of the school av stem of a stat** and ta’--* it into exclusive charge, fsj - i' ng »*' Mr. Blair's allusion to the j tress . sn a con-; ira *v in I iv or of ignorance, lid tint ti • ne’.* .J ta jam* j»r**ss e*'uld have I-. i ii tit*1 «g.*neral interesiof the 1<- I, * u!-1 wt have an interest against * al know!-. I i* lf it had any special c-t on the sub *• t it was in the direction every man. woman and child should lie bt. not only to rend, hut to read Hewers. That t he press ha*I not used more I e * 'cly Mr. BUirV able, analytical and c\:    i    ii    CSJ    - • -h«*s was due. h** thought, to th - i.!• t th it tin* j*-q»le of the country were not to-day, as they had lieen t«*n years ago, int' <1} nit r*--t*sl in favoring the bill. In J ta V.« ? ;>n«l South there had I teen a great • I*.    | in hi ic «*j )iri ii >u, and in tile attitude •    •    •    !-- teat hail formerly fuvonsl the I b.- i no i I* UU'- tnt* i t! at iattp IMH bill. Mi St EDUCATION IV THE fMJt'TH. : i o 's* in t. rui>of praise of the Mr. su,/cr Sqnelehed. Albany, March s. — Mr. Mulier attemjit d to introduce in tile assembly last iii.bt a {-•■solution protesting against the proponed I use of Decline's Island f«*r an iiumigrant land- I ing station as unwise, unnecessary and unpatriotic. The resolution was objected to! a ti* I was withdrawn. ti. THE MARKETS. New YOrk Money Market. New Yore, March 4. Money clos***! at ^4 per c--nt. yesterday. The highed w as t aud th** low • st rate wjih I. Fxcbange «-los»sl lower: posted raL*s. t.%; a* tual rat*-**. #4.8"*4$^ I 8o^ for 6*» days, Hud ft sn j 4 f,,r if-noiu I. Governments <-l«e.e*i steady; curren -y tis, 1,16 , bid; 4k coup , I.$£ 4 Md; 4'ysi-oup., I,OLO hid. Nciflo raiiroa*l N>n*ls cloned as follow*: 1 LIlion tlrsts. LUI11* bl*I; do sinking funis, I I.O4 btl; UentraK Ll 1*4 cid. ii lent ays h; >«-w York 1‘rwliiee Ecrlianfe. New Y'*)rk. March 4 FI DFR Firm, aft r a mo ierate *1 *y’s trading yesterday Fine gra ie- winter, 51 ft d.*>»; do spring. # I.fir id* a. (IO: -up rfin* wint*-r. #3. .Vc #.:«»; do spring, $3.‘» -<£'.* -.5 extra No. t winter, S”"d ic 3 <►». do siring, $ o’iWyiiD. extra No I winter. $ • **"    4.-KL do spy* g, f J HOI 4 I; city null extra. $ * '!'>>: ».4 4* f *r West Indies. Sout hern flour coscd quiet, trade aud family extras, *:»> * 4 i» WU LAT >ption* were Arm and actine v**-dav on covering bv the sh rts and firmer enbl s •sing prices were up Sj'i>t tots I In ck *se. I firmer. Spa •»!. s of No .* r»-i winter, [of fqosity.-: No 3 do, **■•; ungra*le-i reu, TO 4 <iiiN—1option* were fairly a. tive and firm, •dosing <- tqe higher. Kpof lots e!'*s**d dull Spot -a.os of No 3 mixed, /l^-dOc: No. 3 do, SI cb: uearner iuixe.1, OATF • ions Clos**! fairly scTire an i str rag JA. MOCK KR, Merchant Tailor, •iff Centra) Avenue A COMPLETE LIKE OF HO LTD AY GOODS 304 MAI X ST HK ET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. the Tories* Duly Means of striking Bark at Die 1,1 Serais. Lindon, March 4. N tliir.g tint h is hap 1 jenal iii piliiiml eirclt'* iu re **nt years has ! created th** intciiMty «>f fee ling which ha.* J l*>cn stirre*! up by tin* su-pen-i“n of Mr. Is-1 I ouch*-re an i tho circum-:ain*os which led to it. Everywhere the matter in the chief sub- j j.s-t of *lis<'Ussi*iii ami He iiuuiL*r and variety of long-fttrgotten watnlals, which are {•♦-•‘all*-*! bv th** argument^ over t i** present incident, I give promise of a politi«*nl ami s***ial **arth-•juake in the near futuiv if th** intentions of th** Radical Uodors rail be carried **ut. The bouse of lords wa* « rowd* -l with Tory commodes last evening to Iw-ar Lad Salisbury's version of the story told by Mr. I gt botte he re iu th** h**;is»» Frit la. night an-1 th-Hivh the |iremier'i» explanation was rf the sort that did not explain, hts ut tem a ce, evok***! al-iiuet iiuvssajd cheering from hi< j-iliti.-al brethren. CAPITAL POR THE TORIES. Mr. GUiLstones two hours' spe*H*h in the house of ex mi mons in sujqiort of the jswdtion afwumed bv Mr. I^a)»ouch»-re bristled with telling J*ants and gave the lie direct to most of the asserti*aiI the t’«> s- t vativcs, as voiced by the attorney general. Sir Richard Weir-ter The Conservatives ar** making a jmtint. however, by asking who were occupying the offices of prime minister and at torney general in 1871, when a peer was jiermitted to escnjie the jmnnshmnt bis csmi in vt iou with the notorious Boulton ami Burk yvandal tneritci, thpHtgh the intemwioa of high officials Alth*mgh not «me of theseqn*w-ti*jnei> lieli«*ves that Mr. Gladstone, who was then premier, was cognizant of the matter, the revival of that infamy i* expected to serve th*' purjmse of silencing th** Liberal* and preventing their probing too deep into the J.1 wilt scandal. BR FLANAGAN BLACKS At.LED. A sh*'ri time ago Mr. FUumga*i, one of the editor* of The Times and th** writer of that psjter’s **l*orncUism and Crime 'ai tu les, was prop Mud for uiemL<ersliip in the Athona*utn al We >4.- advara e. >p<t k*ia close*! '40 hi 'her. I pl* n s < t wiles No I w nit-*, lie No 3 *io, -.v 44^ helf* No I mive l, •■O-- No. 3 do, 3S>^c.    j    nHV BAH PKY Nominal. IL rr: K Quiet:    weso*ru    cr*    un    ry.    '.*1    <# vV. J- (gin, 27(d;3w<N dairy . astern half Al kin tubs, :>fr* TV UliKKSL Quiet: New York cheddar a tory, hffVc-1* **4e: western flat. Ld(is—steady: fres 1 < astern fir ts western dis 16c. Canadian not quoted. linty. 11. I’roUninn Market. Be FFA to, March 4. WHEAT-*Hnn; No. I Irani, Sic: No I north* e n. M'%ci No. a northern. 84^.-. Winter wheat —No 3 n*d, sSCv-; So. 3 extra white, H.iv. CXiRN Finn; No 3 Yellow, .ii1 ..e; No ti c«>rn» ff-” 4 ** S-*4e, OATS la*ier; No 2 white, -JRft 2<VY4e; Nil. 2mixed, 35'x    36.*    on track. >*o. 3 while, v fcARLBY—Lower; No I • 'alinda. 6! (jtClc; No. 2 -.a 58<t 6 C; No 3 extra. 53%4oC, FL *L'll Laid and weak; sj*r ng a heat — Liest patent, per bbl , #"* 35q£-'» Ti; to* grad-N Sd.7A W intel w ii ai bc-t fat nil , ft u •; grah .ta* $4 5 bU ITEU —Ur* ai aery fancy. 27c; do choko, 3,.‘ -..3 k; west-* rn foaqy, t^tt.*; fair to good. 15 s tor common s*-b«**jl e*iucati«*n in era stele., im I s.-iid that the people fates had not only bien doing well it**ulii»n of white children, but trad ig well in the education of colored He had seen, he said, no stronger at ion of th** measure than the argu-tbc- president in his annual message, It the senator fir*m New liam|*shire I as an argument in it* favor. The bad said, ‘ Such aid shotil*! lie, as it as been, st»ggest*»d by some excep-i c 11;i< I,-." Were there, Mr. Spooner . * x *-optional coalitions which justified qo-opi kition of money for school pur-!•» Kansas, t o Wi-cousin, to New York, lib'rnia, to Illinois, or to Iowa? If c*hi-w < r© to < *ffer to apj*ro|irint« $H,(iOU,UOD b- <d pttrjxiaes iii .N. » York it would la* .•ti at, com i'*nt*-*l tip *u the fa**t that this bill »t **'iitain h provision which the former hod (xatainel, requiring the K'hool in use t * liH\e the approval of the sec-» i f the intel ior. Ile supp*s*-*l that its ce now was to be construed as a •xukvs-; > t: *• South in order to obtain vote** I- bi IL Blair ivnmrked that the amendment >1 ti.rn.n hi by the most persistent l!* i>'ibi * jui opp ici.l of tne bill, iii order to tantalize ami assail the s»*ii*itivtniesH «>f the F' nth. Mr. S^xs'iier, continuing, and in conelud-iii said he thought eilueation on the instal-rn* ut plan was dangerous; and that the effe*l the bill would lie to stimulate unduly s',h<Rls in th** South; an*l that Winn t •    **1 ’it years end«sl (if they ever <H*1 en I* tile Southern States would object to rai-ing by taxation the fun: ti *t would then t»* necessary to ktvp nj) th*' dmols. He L’liev* I that, with |ie*v it« mdi\ idueis, s>*lf-b* lp was the la*st Ie L beveil Ilia: the tendency (>f the . too much lo pateniulisiii in governed that ilie policy of the bill, if en-H**v,i. v.oukl never end. All things red, the step was a • tan cerous one, it Wan a neee.sRary st- p-ami he denied that it was a ne v«H*ry sn p. Mr. Bl.dr obtain***! the C* **>r to raply lo k***i e Mr. Sjio tier s argnnwMits; hh<1 the •enate, aft**r a brief se i-*n for th*? conskler-Rttoil of executive business, ad«>unu**l. pro th Of t in t I* ch (i Cl/ III* * aud coo pre alw tim 0 a* th*- I' to t go for lau, I did Lill boo r*t. ab •* si 1 l-.r mi had IU* / Ll« COD tail littflAlo I.ive Stuck Market. East Bi ffai/O, March 4. CATTLE — Total receipt* for lh** week, 6,180 h**ai; shipments 'tining th- name period, ..    ,    »    ...    , 4.S50 lead; I sa l,4RiK .unsigned through; id-toads klu: of KiUwls ur-‘H‘the n*cwsity for q»ee*ly od rule Market stron ^ Extra export steers, aition on the bill, and Messrs. Ba rues of IN THU HOUSE. IV A SHI NOTON, Mar* Ii 4.—Iii the house yesterday Mr. O'Donnell of Michigan pre->entt*l a fvtition of th*- fcVventh-day Adventists, having •j;u,01*o signal tires, protesting against the enactment of any law in regard to Hah bath *tl»s. * vRn«v. Mr. Raffs of Massachusetts secured the luspenriou *;f the rul<*K ali i th* pi; age of a j* int r< - (Inti* ■ 1 aul h viz mg tun upjsuntmeiit cf thiit} mcili al examiners in the pension bui-eau. Mi. I : ktii'-of Kansas moved the suspension of th - rules to put upon its jm.'wage the ■enate lull for the organization of the territory of Ok nhoma, with the house substitute therefor. Messrs. Washington of Teuneswee, J. D. Taylor of Ohio, Baker of New York and Fer- #4 6 -M HU; go-I do, #4 15414 50, choice heavy lunchers', $3 85*34 30;    handy    do. $:» Sc *4, i *-5: cows and h -ifera. exits. $.* ll 3 4.15; common to go***!. $2.3    5**; calves, gr«»aera |3 5 » -I 3 5*): veals. $ V ?q« 50. 8HKKP AM) Lambs T.JtAl rsceiptK for the w**ek, 12,4*0 head. shipm-nts f.r the sains peri.*d- S.IOU he.*d 22 iomis cciiKigned through; I'!•>»).-« on saie. Market nIow Uh<»i**e to extra slits-p, $5 2    B!;    comm<i!i    to gravd, $4.5Ua& UU; ch* >ice to extra lam rn, #6 * .37 15. i-oiumon to grad. #*•    rt5. H< KIS—T<>; si r**ceipt» tor lira week, 18,480 bea.1. shipment* f**r the same p rh id, >5,24*1; 57 Ira. is con-i . ne I through 75 loads on soie. Market strong Mewl turn sod heavy mixed, $4 A; Yorkers. $4 35<ff 4.3U. pigs. $4 UOQ44.25. Georgia, Bm batlan of Now Jersey. Holman of Indiana, Hare of Texas and Hooker of Mi b ij-j'i dt*j)recat«Hl the passage of such on important measure under suspwwion of the ruli>. without opportunity for delate or amendment. The motion to suspend the rules was lost. Mr. Houk of Tennessee called up the Arkansas contested election case of Feather-Stone va Cate. Mr. Outhwaite of Ohio, in favoring the contestee, exhibited w hat is known as the double action ballot box, which the Republicans say was used in this Arkansas district, aud enabled the precinct judges, Mr. Outb- aait*' said, to throw aside the vote of any Republican. Mr. Outhwaite sai«I that there was no evidence in th** caw* to show that such box was used at th** election. Feuding further debate, the house, at 5:15 p. in., adjourned. Ferret Session of lh* Senate. WARMINGTON, March 4 — The senate iii wvret session yesterday aftern**on devote*! nearly an hour to the consideration of the nomination of Henry C. Warmoth to lie col l*<ctor of customs at New Orleans. Mr. Rolph, who reported the nomination favorably, from the committee on commerce, mad** a Nj**och in defense of Mr. Warmoth. ami said that the committee had not found the charges nm.ie against him by Loiisiana Republicans well founded. Mr Eustis let! tile opj«*siti*m to the confirmation, resting his case princi|iaHy on the record male by Mr. Warmoth when he was governor of Louisiana, when, Mr. Eiratis charge*!, be materially increased the public debt without r*«s*>n. The nomination was confirmed by a vote of dtt to 14 A long list of other nominations was taken up and coo firm***!. READY FOR BUSINESS. Nation.*! Leagua Hen at Cleveland— The HootdeiV I ii tent ton**. Cleveland, Maivh 4 —The city is full of basella!! men, and every boily is anxiously waiting to see wlmt will be done by the league. The schedule committee held a meeting in the Weddel house yesterday, but what wa- done has not l*een divulged. It is hinted, however, that a ten-club schedule was adopted. A brotherhood schedule was laid b*f**re the committee by President Nick Young, who ha*! received it from 8*M*retary Brunel! of the Flayers’ league, but no attention was jwud to it. The league schedule w ill lie made up just th** same as if the broth-h'ssl had rn) existence. It is pretty well set tied that there will be no reduction in the number of the clubs composing the league circuit this season. I‘resident Brush of the lndiaiiajsilis club arrived here yesterday afternoon, anil when asktsl by a reporter if he had any intention of selling out his team he saki: “I have not. I shall stay in the league this season if any of them do. It may lie that the brotherhood could lie f«night harder with eight than with ten chills, but I don’t Riel Ilk** sacrificing my interests now for somebody els**. I have a good dull—one that will stand well up in the ra«*e -and I don't intern! to give it up. This is the season, abova all ethers, that Indianapolis ought to lie in the league. Wa have no opposition; our j iraq de are enthusiastic ami the indications ar** that we will have the l**st season ever known.” Tins is generally taken as Brush’s final answer. It was rumored that Detroit would make another effort to break into the league at this meeting, but thus far no one representing that city has put in an apjiearance. It is said by the delegate present that there is no chanee whatever for Detroit to obtain a franchise. “If another eastern club could lie secured,” said a delegate, “we might take Detroit in urn! have a twelve-club league. But Baltimore is the only eastern city that would la* large enough for us, and they an* in th** Atlantic league to stay.” through the Ciran«l (anon. Beach .Springs, Ari., March 4—Chief Engineer Stanton and his jiarty of railroad surveyors reached the mouth of Diamond Creek, twenty-five miles below this place, March I. Every one in tile jiarty Lh well ami no serious accident of any kind lets hapjM tied since that of Photographer Nims, Jan. I. The trip through the •*rand Canon of Colorado was one of much danger ami excitement, but has lieen so far suravssful in every way. One lioat wa> hist while letting it down a fall, but 110 on*' was in it. After that the chief lioat-11 im* iii charge of the fi‘*et deserted the jiarty. In running one rapid, Mr. Hisiop was thrown out of his b**at but his life preserver k* j*t him uj> until be was picked uj> further down. A sud*ten rise of ten fe*'t in the river last week iliad** the two days' ride through the narrow anti crooked j*art of lh** canon very dangerous. Th** party are all in grasl health aud will be here for a few days to get anew supply of provisions liefore going farther. I lift**!! Karev. New York, March 4.—The track at Clifton yesterday was very heavy. The results; First race, selling, % mile: Blackthorn first, Falcon second, Ling Time third; time, 1:28%. Second t ats*, 7\{ furlongs: Englewood first. King Volt second, Ialv' Archer third; time, 1:44 V Third race, selling, \ mile: Mowers**first, Lakewood second, Crispin third; time, 1:33V Fourth race, the Jack Ri»e handicap. furlongs; Young Duke first, Can't Tell *ec-ond. Golden R*xl third; time, 1;3#V Fifth race, jiurse, % mile; Fitz.roy first, Mallei Glenn second, Moonstone third; time, 1:04. {Sixth race, jiurse, 8J j furlongs: Zanghar first, Landseer sec*>nd, Calera third; time, 1:30.    _ C'lialkleY I^eCouey Acquitted. Camden, N. J., March 4—Uhalkley lo?-C'oney was orquitt<ed of the murder of his nei***» in the Camden court yest**r«lay. The jury was out aUmt two hours, but arrived at a unanimous decision in I**-' than half that time and sent in word to that effect alinit 3:30 o’clock. Judge Garris*>n. however, did not ajqiear in court until 74:45 when the ver Ii *t was jiromptly ren«lere*L There was a great crowd present and there was much excitement, but the judge enjoined silence as the jury filed in. I he friends ami neighl*oni of LeCuney e*>ul*l hardly restrain their feelings, how**ver, and no sooner was the decision aud court aljournral then there was a great m-h to congratulate the lihcrat>*d man. Mr O'Hara*! Itankin«r Hill. Albany, March 4.—’I he bill introduced iii Bm* assembl} yesterday by Mr. O'Hara amending the general banking law confers upon the - tate Imnk superintemient the same powers thiit ara vestesl by the United States governin'ut in the ramiptloller of the currency rain live to national banka Over-cer-ti fica tion is made a I«I«*ny, and reorganization <*f lioords of officers aiel directors is mad** niijiossible until after advertisement and notice to stockholders, ami an election approved by the supreme court. The liability ut a retiring officer is continued until his successor is ajq** mitral by the court. MR. SII EHI IAX OBJECTS. HE CLAIMS THAT SPEAKER HUSTED DID HIM AN INJUSTICE. A Lively Tilt Ihtwrrn the 8|)eaker wild the Deium-rwiir Lewtler Over the I’ell-tlon for Itwllot Keloria — >lr. Hlieelinti Not Allowed to ltl«>rk the Aisle — I exports Deceived and Hill* Introduced. Albany’, March 4 — In the assembly, Sjieaker Musted askral uimnitmms consent to preeent a J adit ion. Mr. Sullivan objected too late and the I, iMVpouiul book, uiatle up of TD,(JOO nonwM in favor of I ta I lot reform, was carrirai in Mr. Hamilton Fish, Jr., was in the chair when the jietitum was offeied. Ile r*cog-ru/jp*l Mr. Htiste*i on the floor. Mr. Musted said that in the nome of over 50,000 citizens of all conditions an*I |siliti**s he jn*"entral the jietition. Mr. Sullivan ami Mr. Sheehan attempted to enter ohjra-tions, ami Mr. ll listen I remarked that the jtetition would Is* placed before t h** desk and would Ira presented at the clo»*« of the srassioii as mjuirral by the nile Fourteen men carr ie* I the jietition •Iowa the aisle amid ajqilaus** from the Republicans, Mr. Sheehan was standing teiilt* his s*?nt in the aisle aud was pushed down th** aisle by the bearers of the petition. He protested, declaring that the rules were being violate*!, ami that lie objected to the tender of th*' j»e-t it ion He demanded recognition ou a point of order. All this time he was obliged to move down the aisle to avoid tieing run over by the small army of jietition bearers. The bulky d*>eu-ment was finally dejMisitral iii the well of the house. Then Mr. Sheehan returned to his seat and again raised the jsiinfc of order that petitions should la* presented by til** clerk, and at the chise of the session, aiel only on unanimous consent. He ajqs-alral ft oui the N"tion of the chair in receiving the petition. Sjieaker I lustral, who ha*! resume*! the chair, said the petition had not l*ra*n received, ami would rn it be until the chis** of the session, when the clerk would present it according to the rules At jiresent it w as only lying *>n the thsir of the house. Mr. Sh«***han said that Mr. Fish when in toe chair, Imd consented to mxdve the petition, but had declared him (Mr. Sh*i*ham out of order. From that *l«s-ision he wished to ajqieal. The fc|H*aki*i' sai«l that the petition had not been received, ami that tli*-re was nothing to aiqs'al from. Mr. Shra'han then rising t*i a question of privilege, declared that he had certain inalienable rights as a member, and yet th*? sergeant-at-arms—an officer of the house-had crowded him frotn his |H*siti«ui in the aisle. This was an indignity and on outrage which the sjieaker should not have a11**wed. [ Applause ] The sjs-aker repli*d that the member hail not the right tx* obstruct the aisle. Mr. Sheehan -Umler a question of privi-lege I have said what I wished to say at first. My rights ami tluise of the minority have hen most outrageously infringed iqs ai Th- "e has been an attempt tx* dignify ft jieti-tion that lacks dignity. You have sii< « *'*slral iii getting iii this petition against all rules The speaker began to rap vigorously with his gavel, but Mr. Sheehan, raising hi! voice, said: “I want to solemnly protest against th** speaker’* violation of the rules he has sworn to obey and which lie lias fathered. II*? has broken his own rules.” The sjieaker stojtped his gavel loo ; emm h to say that Mr. Hosted had not t*rok*>u Die rul**s of the house. The excitement increased as Mr. Hheehon shouted a reply and his voice was drowned by the noise of the gavel. The speaker finally said: “Th*? chair will take uo threats from Mr. Shra.Jian. The clerk will continue with the regular order of business.” Mr. Sheehan-— I ain through. I have sci*! all that I w ish*sI to say ami therefore yield. The clxrk then liegan reading billa The sp*?aker |*re*ei,t**d the rcfxwrt of the state engineer and the Adirondack survey. Bills wen* intnxluced: By Mr. Van Vranken-To amend the char ter of S**!i*'ne*'ta<ly. By Mr. Kuith—T<* authorize justices of the js*ac** iii Flatbush t*i issue js'il*l!**r, hack ami amusement li«vns**s. By Mr. End res —To allow elector* **f Buffalo to vote iqs hi proposed new char Ut. By Mr. Kurth To amend Graves*?iid jjral-dler and vender act same as for Flatbush. By Mr. Guenther—To revise charter of village of Alden. By Mr. Lane—To allow town auditor* tx* examine all town commissioners' accounts. By Mr. Greene—To provide for commission to prepare amendment to article tx* constitution. By Mr. O'Hara To amend the bank tag act. Just before the close of the session tile ballot reform petition was formally jirraM'ntx'd ami referred to the judiciary committee. Adjourned. _ IN TMK SENATE. Albany, March 4. —In the senate yester-<iay the report of th** state factory inspector wa* received; aho til** report of the state engineer ami surveyor. A petition concerning laundry work in state prisons was presented. The report of the committee *m statutory revision ami the sjiecial order on registration was la:d over until Monday, March IU. Bills were introduced: By Mr. Collin*—To amend charter of 1.2*0-singburg village: also, to amend charter of Hoosick Falls rn regard to village improvements; also, tx* amend charter of lira >siek Fail*, so a* to givt? trustees more [lower. By Mr. Sloan©—To allow religious corporations to apply to the HH (ire tm* court for power to mortgage j>ro|ierty; aLsxj, granting additional jxiAel* to the Rome, Watertown urn! Ogden-.!*urg railroad. By the Committee on Revision—The general registration aet agree I upon. By Mr Hendricks- Relating to taxation ' npon town houses The senate then went into general orders aiel at the conclusion-after advancing several bills to third reading, adjourned until this morning at ll oclock. im sir I)   o ——ti ( lioice Reluct ion of CORSETS! 11 t*r M ;i just v s (’orst'ts, (for stout people). Mrs Wanvn's Modul Coruet, (improving: tin* form). j M; 111; 1111 Koy s (’or.suts, (skirl support ing). lh'. \\ iirnui's 11 unit Ii ('orsuts. Warner’s (’oraline ( 'Oi*set8. Dr.Grny’s Shoulder Hraee, (tor Imuk and slioul-del' support). (’. P. French (-orsets, (fnvoritv for receptions). Common Sense Corsets, (our Standard Woven), rhoinpson's < i love Fitting (Oi'sets, (for ease mid comfort). Madam Morn s Aldine Corsets, (for dunihility of wear), Hourtee s Duplex (drsets, (t lit* tried and t rue). Ladies Ferris (Corsets aud Shoulder Brace. Misses! tot a1 Sense Ferris Waist. Misses (\>rsutsat lo\v»*st prices Brewster’s (»muiiie Long W haleUmo (’orsets, esiHteially adapt(‘<| to large and stout people,ami highly rueomnuuui-ed hy the hest judges. A special assortment iii large sizes only. It you ll carefully scrutinize the makes of our favorite list of corsets, you’ll find them all to he only reliable brands. We have studied tile corset business and make it one of the specialties oi our business, and have tilled many a long-felt want,which can only he acquired by strict attention to.all the minor details ip    „ which go to make upaperfect corset. We will be pleased to explain tie* merits of each corset, so you may get just what style and make that suits you best and give you best results. O   1) »""■—■■ ’-O ERIE STORE. GAHL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Hum pi it r**(*oi v***l a lull lith* of 0 ’ill Gvercait: ai fairings Espial to anyjn the city, and at prices that will pay JI you to see him before t purchasing. Mr Tu|ipor C alls on tim President. Washington, March L—Sir Uharles Tuj>-jier. acra.mpftnlx «l by Secretory Blame, callral on Pi*'-.-!- ut iiarrtsou at til** executive man-siuti \ rat* relay morning. He* was re?-ei erat in th*? library and remained for s**rn** time in conversation with Die president. Until ye«-terday the [ira •soc* of Mr Tuj*j*er in Wash-Lugtxiu has te*- n ••Ai hilly ignored by state . dejiartiuent officiate. AflenucT In Ituhber Prices. New York, March 4—Several leaxiing rubber maniifa* turers have announced an advance of j*er cent. in tile j>ric<» of j their goods. I The DakoiM I.«iit*-ry Hill. MINNF.APolis, March 4.—The .Io*inmr« sp*s'ial fr**m H«sl Wing says the billowing circular ha' lira n rrai ived here from Mayor Bentley of Bismarck: “There are strong rumors that th** infamous lottery bill will I*} raiuti - diu-ed in the legislat ure March 4, or K*ion thereafter, «n*l that M. A. Dauphin, president of the I>>tih4anm Lottery conijKiny, i- now in the city Forward J*rot* -ts to the secretary of this committee at on**c.” The citizen- hero ara cxmsideraldy excited, and the sentuneut se*-nu* to be that th** bill will pass if iutrodneed again. LADIES! lf you WM ‘ a>! cany aik! comfortable o . with a heavy^nole, one that will ( . uh I’.a-..* In* 11 learns Hit Soul ii. New Yore, March 4 —John Ward and his tea'll of baseball players departral for the KouDi yesterday afternram on the steamer Chattohoecliee for Savannah. Th*? Philadelphia brotherhood team aceompaniral them. The Brooklyn “Bn*legrooms” alo left at 8 o’clock on the steamer Clyde for Jacksonville. Fla. keep your feet dry an t warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong *fc (Vs 11 and VV cit. common sense shoes. They will please you.--- SULLIVAN St SON, 2 I 3 Centre Street, ■■  ... Paints, Oils, and Vv all Paper at Monroe s. ;