Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 5, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

March 05, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , WLDN KSP AY. MARCH •'». WW. N<). a;. B Ii EP HES ENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK \M"W KE Kl NG MACHINR f<*r rultmr , all kin it of blanks is the int****! auditmr to lh** Mi^haniral Ih>parlmpiil of Dunkirk Printing Company. 4 l,E\ASI>RH‘S Coni and Woo* I Van I. Ti'* /\    (    antral    Avenue, opposite Nickel I lau J* }«o4. Ail grade* of 'lard and Soft t**• *. Wo. LmnlH-r, Shingle# an«l l.ath. Free ieliv    U»m*«iM>n    ten**    for wl-olesa'e Iou •olid tod. a LEX. M. MANN. Practical Plumier, Ga* A aud steam Fitter. Special attention given to sanitary Plmnbiaf E all mate# given on numbing, Ga* Fitting, Steam. Healing Hot Air Furnace* PROF RUNION AL* T. ROI,PH, M. !>., Physician and Surgeon Office over I.jr* a’* Drug Store. K#*idenc#, Central Avenue. Telephone No. H. (all* ma? lie left at I von’*. 'A FAITH rn;!-: HOSPITAL NAT,0N‘L LE_liUE MEET,NQ- ! HIS GREATEST SPKKUII. IT IS established by colored WEN IN BALTIMORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ' living, ni* «ui ti F:. Third street. and HK. GIFFORD, *B and JJS tentral Ave . Aru. tic Photographer. Instantaneous Photograph* Bilbie# # *|**c;aitv need not wait for sunshine babion Sitter* except for |>OOK BINDERY —.I AM aa I RVI NO, Ire I > pro* tor, No. I* K. Second street, near Iluf-talo street, Dunkirk, V Y. Mwgvr.ine*, . I u-iic, Pamphlet**, etc., boun*! in all aly lea. or*ter*> promptly attended lo. All work guarantee*!. I lUIUHEK'S CRIK EFRT HOrSE, J)    .'n**L en ira I V venue. Wholesale and retail dealer in I ' ported anti •ouicetic C hina. Glesanr ire, Ac, . iti AH. ll. ll \RKls. ti! Central We. Geu-era! Insurance, Life, Accolent and Eire before traveling insure your lie in the old reliable “Traveler#’.” Ileal Estate Ageut. Loan - negotiate I on p-opertv. a CHATTA!AH A HOTEL. V.j    Kau***, (I per day. Livery ami Boarding Stable in connection. Victor linier, 335 anti 337 Lion street. I iITV HARltKR SHOP I,    Chaa.    bagie, Prop. { rider Lake Shore National Hank, cornet U-utei aud Third itieeta. A floe alack of Foreign and Domestic igura.    I i ION KUN A SON. I,    .Cis    t    en UT street. Practical tJon»e-.-dioem. Particular attention pan1 t*» interfering howe*. Shoeing xi . lr .lung horal a a specialty. ^ I N KI UK EVENING OBSERVER. l^iigcct Daily in Ike County. ^ I ODD A KT A CO., Patent Attorneys, 615 "th ^ M, We hington, D C-, opp I1 S. Patent Office Pf • j-nt*. < a vc* ti* amt K«* issue# secured trade Viark* registered Ail Patent busine** <*>nduc*e*l for moderate Fee*. Inf«>rmaU<*n Advice an*l »pecial reference** sent on request. J*cyASAf.AKY. N EXPENSES IN AI »-^1 Pf \ ANC E, allowed each month, steady employment at home or traveling. No *oli« it-mg I Mitt*** d«*li vert ng mid making collection*. No Postal Cards. Addn**** with stamp. II AFKK A CO., Piqua, Ohio. I wish U» employ a few la*lie» on salary U* Lake charge of my bu*ine*ci at their home*. Light, very fas* H ating and healthful. Wag* ** $ tipper week. Reference given. «,**od pay for parttime. Address with *d nip. M rh. kl ak-ion tv alk KR, Loin* Ville, Ky. be orking for us. Persons preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole ime to the business. Spare moment» may he profitably employed also. A few vacancies in iuwn* and cines B. F. JOHNSON A CO., ion* v|*,r. Sh. Richmond, Va. mon Elders’ Book Th* Attention of th* Health A Hearted by the Iteath of • od an Investigation VV ill Anthorine* a Patient. be Mad*. H.hI U $$0.N * MONTH can be made startling Disclosure* t i peeled I ai rier* on Trial for A <tu»pi« acy. Baltd**»re, Mar- Ii 5.—The h ealth d*q>art-tnent will investigate one of the most remarkable institutions which ha!* ever linen e>talili-h*i| iii Baltimore. It is a faith-cure b«*s|.ital .-ailed “Christ* in-tit Ie” and is run by explored men. It i* located on Sterling street near Hager. It* existence wa* discovered Monday by the d< nth <*f a woman from Consumption The chief officer of the establishment is “Dr ' Kennard A reporter calleii on him for an interview iu» to the method* he employed. He said: “I ain the proprietor of I brist’* institute, which ha>» l***en e*tabli-hed to cure people hr the help of God. I uwe homeopathic medicines ami cure any kind of disease that flesh i» heir to. I luring the year 1ks3 I las'ame TOnrinowl that God desired through me to raise peculiar people, and on Feb. 2, 1*89, I opened this place Sin*v that time I have had at least 7£,<MKi ,*r 4.O1O yotient*, many of them white persons, ami ail are cured #x<-ept the woman whose **#rtifl<*ate wa- sent to the health office. she had the consumption, ami was dying w ben th**y sent for rn* ” I p stairs were found a numl*er of white and colored j«e *pl# wh*i had l*##n, they said, afflict**i with palpitation of the heart, dy*-]»q*-ia, «*tc., and were all ounsl by Kennard. Health Commissioner Robe an* I his assistants w ill make a rigid examination of the place It is liclieved that th - con-imiptive |«iti#nt, who di*-d Munday, is but one of many deaths resulting from faith in the “institute.” A CASE OF BOYCOTT The Million Holler Otter Tabled — Washington'* Rumored Male. Cue VK I. a nu, March 5.—In Hie National league meeting yesterday afternoon the million dollar offer wa# Hie first matt *r to cc*me up ami it wa* immediately laid on the table. Then a communication from Secretary : Brunell of the brotherhood was read. it re- j ferred to th* arrange im ut of Players' hague dates an*! contained a inquest that tile league retinal th*1 resolution to boycott all did# j playing against the brotherhood The communication was tabled without discussion. The schedule committee then presented a reoommervlat ion in regard to the mileage newt* of each club to be computed tty the league It wa* adopted. After brief discussion of the general Daturas of the achadule, th*- meeting adjourntsi until to-day It is rumored that Washington is to sell out to Detroit, but all league men w ho have Den approached say t tic re is absolutely no foundation for such a story. Ralph Cohen of the Columbus dub and MR. GLADSTONE'S RECENT APPEAL FOR JUSTICE TO PARNELL. Mr f barie* Russell Motel to Tear* by the Grand GUI M in** l.lnfMMO— Mr. Parnell Maintain* a Calm Exterior During It* Delivery, Hut Break* Down Afterwards— A startling Ii |M»*ii re. Lovt* x. March 5. The marvel Iou* q*##*'h delivered by Mr Glad tone in the house of common* Monday evening challenged the admiration "f his political opponent* aud elicit e*l un I** amdt I praise from his follower*. All ugrix* th it it was th** greatest aud most effective pie** of oratorical work lie has ever • lone aud although the adoption of Mr Smith’s administration as a matter of party jwlicy and security is a foregone conclusion, the Torn— th**!us, Ives feel that its favorable President Day of New York had a long con- effect to the government upon public opinion ferene*- w.th tegard to the Lhane case. Day i' totally deatroved At the conclusion of the sajn* lion I br ie intends to let tile the matter. the boar* I of arbitra A RECEIVER IN TROUBLE. SPUING 1890 if road Au unequalled advertising medium. I t'NKIRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. I |    f    onrrfty    :sellt*»    A    i*,»i*i»le. Manufacturers of Kitgioes, Boder-, I ul*eys, rifting Hangers, el*-. Patteraa, kurgings, j c I I D. MATTESON Sh tasting and Mu chi uc Work loonier. X I I N Kl ILK NHI RT ( » . SR, A*5 ami ^'7 I) tenter str»*et, Manufacturers «»f the '^Cromwell” an*t “Dunkirk” ^*rfe< t - nttmg Drvua ^lurt*. On sale in all leading furnishing, eiotiung ami dry gtssi* h.*u*w* in Dunk.rk, iv F. TOOMEY, IM and 4M Dealer in Flour, Feed. pilate*, etc. . Estabbsaed, i^T Li**n street, ait. Haled Ila), Phos- 1^* KIK HG I Kl- an*! »»tnin JU Depot Las) a**ccs» u* a ir Sal*"*u, I niirt, ll train# ami bum mest, house*. Best acc* un in*"la ti*mi* for C<*ui nercial Travelers. John .!. Murphy, Prop, K * HI.FRN A Dis V»7 amt K Thin! strceu PIM Furniture, iabinet Ware and I p- ao'slenng. Picture Frame# made to order. I* D. MATTESON A KO., r . 301 On Ural Ave , Leader# of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters AKEKI. STEAM HEATING (XL ii Manufacturer* of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. GME STEAM LAKNDRY. IU (lur specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    lur;    *    «*IUr", k* Luffs I**, an't Lace Curtains. lr***- Delivery. A W. Cumming-, AC Center str*** t. Ob OO WAIT FOR Hod Carrier* Charged W itll f oii'pirae* Again*! a fellow laborer. W ash I vo.T* »x, M«rrh Y — Th** first pp"*#***!-ings t<* t**st th** legality of the boycott or whether a !**\s mecliaui * has th** right to employ snob (lemons aa he may wish with*ait rx.nsuJting the requirements ami r**srri.‘tn»ns inqswed by tim!** unions ««* in-titiit'si in the the «*niniiiHl (s*uti Momlay, found«xl on a strike of th*- Ii*ai carriers. Iii O* tola*r last five hod carriers working for Howard A Y ates declined to work with a mail belonging tun union which did not afliiiate with th* union to which they be-longed. The man was discharged. Shortly att* rwani the tiw ii*ai carnel.' were indict***! for conspiracy and Monday the «-hm- **ame to ( ha** Mill of Fall River Attached, liabilities RIMM),OOO. Providence, It. I.. March 5. —A «pe*-ial to j The Journal nays: Adoniram J C'hane »>f Fall Hi»er, pr**priet<*r of the August ('ha.se Lycoming mill, is in trouble an*! attachment* have licen plated on the pr**perty. He mau-age<i the astute of th*- late August ('ba**, worth at his death    and the mills ; made carpet warps ami cotton twine. Ruck- j mg ham A: Paulsen of New York are selling , agent- Mr. Chase ‘**cured a mortgage on the mills of g‘i*»,oiD, ohtaim-d RiY.DMi more on j real estate and is otherwise indebted to a total amount of $80,000. Valuable null proje i erty is reported to have l»*en sacrificed to make a payment of $11,500 to a divorced wife. The attachment* were placed by Fall River factories which hail lieen supplying him with cotton waste. They could make no terms fr»r a settlement with Mr. Chase and attached to bring matters to a head J The asset* will cover the liabilities Tile mills ar*' in charge of a sheriff. mdsuien for indictment r. In order usstsl and a trial. Ii*>ward A Yates were I tile men wbil** they w**re limit* and gave t«*s!ini*my in their fav* that the law might lie fully tbs ruling had nuder it from th** court in Int ne, a ver*li«*t of guilty prt* forma was taken ami th** defendants re leas*-d uj»*u their j**rs. ami re**«*gni/jtmx* The caae will m*w go to the general term. A 'liliiary Park at I hick ani a ii ga. W AKIU.not* »n. March 5.—Th** hoiiM* oom-niitt**e <ai mtlitarv alia rs *,ril**r*sl a favor- *n«»r's bill t* |*ark at the * e-Taie fettle d<- for Futile h»* lull provi at w’ui"Ii th* Slat*- bv th*' states -*e aiel j**rm;t- tho land lo taxNipy And h*>1*1 ngs, provided ii.' IL. OEHM. to. Thir*i si., c*>r. of Buffalo IL.nuttcturor aiel •irater in fine Boot# A .*ih««es EN RY WKILKR'S NEW STORK, i€R I Third ut. Books, StaUonery, Musical Di-dnea,Daily anti vs eekiv Papers Ii H *lrumeut*,Magax...—,-—--- -    -    -»    . anti every thug i ie ruining tea tirst civ** rnstk store. !■*<■ boo. IWK»k* a qxvialty. J-* PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rales by Dunkirk Printing Company, b ami IO E. second bt. J H. VAN RI KEN A WIN, Hr** Life. Accident and G<‘neral lusuracjc Deaf* Heal f -tat** and I.'Wilt*.    I’ar.irular attention paid to the cire of property collee t ink rent* Ac. tlDGentcr sl .2n<i fl*#.r. ars m KOE N PHARMACY, 300 Central Avenue Hendquarters for Wall l’aj*er Paii.i*. **ils, A*'. I ERKINS, .I tY., itl6 Center street. Spring Hat. aturday, March 1st aide r»*i«>rt on Mr. (i lisii a national military ti*-id at ('hicakamauga I tile «#.-»* til <*f tile gt« mill I wa- fought t«» the United **f Georgia ami Tenn«*s-* present occupants of the (ultivate their present they J M**ser\e the present budding aiel other filings of historic interest. The }*ark is placed limier the control of the s*s*retary of war. who is direct***) to appoint flirts «*,»rn-missiooers t«* I ta va imute*imte <*li«rge *»f it. I wo **f these are to i»* eivilian- Tin* -urn of $'J50.(MMi i- appl**>prlated l<>r nee*—-ary ex-| s-n.se- Invited to In»|*eet siberian Prl-on*. Washington, March 5.—C*»L Perry S Heath, the well-known oonv-p*»n*lent, and author **f "A Hoosier in Russia.” lins re*viced an invitation from the l,u-.-iau government ami th** offer of a “royal pass ' to visit Russia an*! Sil»**ria. ami ais** an pa ny Duke Alexis, the commander of the Bu—ian army. and heir apparent to tin* throne, on a tour through Sffieria next slimmer. The inviv’* i ex-t**n*Ie*l to ('of Heath, so a-to aff i f him an op!***rtunity of inspecting and pi*' -ming to the pe**ple **f the Unite*! States. si.*l to the world, a true statement of th** mana.1 ment ,»f the Sil*e»ian pris*men* aud th** exile system. Col. H*xifh I- di<|»o-ed to a«**sq*t it, but has not vet |<o«dtieely «t*s i<ie*l wbettM-r or not he will do so. Guff en burg Races. Nf.w York, March 5.—The ra**es at Gut-tenburg yesterday resulted as follows: Finit race, purse, \ mile: (^ii**en of Hearts first, Tom Kearns •econd, Skip thiid. time, I :‘JD. Sec«»nd race. mile: Gendarme first. Hot Scotch second. Banker third; time, USU^. Thin! race. mile: Aalsyrian first. (»y|i«y King s.s***ml, Ik>ver thml: time. F*»urth ra<*e. 3^ mile: I^atly Agn«*s flrstf Harry Fau-tus se**twi«l. King Id!**third; time, I F'ifth ra«*e. selling. Ik; miles: Carrie G. fir-t. Grey Cloud second, AI vc* la third; time. Sixth rH**e, parse, k mile: Mamie Hay lir-t. Pericles -et-.mi, Bothw*]) third; tune. __ For the Benefil of science. Pm I la dei.phi a, March 5. — Magistrate Eisetibrown has discharge*! from custody Dr. 1 Shimw. Il ho hail l*een arie-t^si on a **harge cl illume -.ary cruelty t<* a dog. Dr. Shim-! w*-il derm Hist rator of »urgery in the Melioo I Chirurgk*:il college and lia*l re*x*ntly, iu the course of his kctum, made an aM**minal demons brat i'm of vivisection u|»*>n an eth**r-iatsldog. The warrant for th** d**ctor's ar-rest was sworn out by officers f*«* the Society f«»r the Preventi<rn of Cruelty to Animals, j Tile magi-trate, after bearing the evid* nee, 1 di-mb-ed the ca-*- Defense claimed that the «»peration was male for the benefited science -pe*x*h Sir John E. Gorst. Q. C.. political sec ietarv f*»r tin* India *>ffi*x*. and a moat a*i vawol Tory, remark* I to a colleague: “It is the greatest spe**cb we shall ever hear in our time '* Several time- during Mr. (Hadstone’s apl>eal to the government for justice and ic]Miration to the men who hail been so enormously wronged, Sir Charles Russell was moved to tears, which he made no attempt to restrain. Mr. Parnell sat pale ami silent, lait showed no sign of the emotion to w hieh lie is s,.ai to have given way after the adjournment of th** sitting. AV I XIN ISI* KE or THE TIMES It is announced that Mr. T. P. O'Connor intends to introduce rn the house a motion contemplating a thorough exposure of the met Ie "Is pm-lied by The Times in America through it** swarm of agents in the States, who, it is alleged, manufactured evidence against Mr Parnell and his associates when none wa> forthcoming. H is assi*rte*l that Mr. O'Connor I- in josscssion of *l*x*ument-ary and other evidence *x»nvi«*tiug The Times out of its own inst ruction* to its emissaries. 'Fhe que n Biu ***l at Windsor yesterday an*! wa- gr*s-t*sl by a much smalJer eix»w*d than u-ually Rs-emblee t«* welcome lier. ’I Ie ii:—.-ntion- l>**tw*>eii th** Centrist* ami the Pole-in the Austrian rei h-rath emlan-gers th** ]>r**-'iit government majority in that b<*dv, mu< h to tile annoyance of the mini-try, who still have important measures in conteuqilution f«*r presentation to |>arlia-ment. Th** Ikrlin government has oniemi aUli- ti**nal r«ss*nf*»rcem**nt*» ami ammunition to lie sent to Ma j. Wissmann in s..i»thea-t Africa irnim-liatclv. Th*- -t i*«f» turners at Barmen, Rhenish Prussia, a re on st i ike for increased wage* HARD FIGHTING. WANTS THIM A ll ll KS IID. THE ST. PANCRAS ELECTION It Ke-tili* in the Return of a Gladstonian b> * small Majority. Lonim.v, March 5.—The el*s*ti*»n in the North Si. Panrras division of L*avion, which took pla«*e y* stenlay. r<*>ulte*i in the return of Mr. T. II. Bolton, (ilatlstouian, by a vote ‘i to 'J.oib for Mr Graham, the Union- Tranwferrin^ the Heather Bureau Washington, Mar h 5. —The senate committee on agriculture has authorized Mr. Padd.H-k pi r**j"*rt a substitute for the hill tran-f ring th** weather bureau from the war department to the agricultural dej*urt-nient. Tb** hill provi*l**s that ss* much «*f the work of tie* signal service as jsrtains to meteorological observation* shall lie transferred July I, 1*snI; th it a chi* f at a salary of $4,500 shall Ie- ap;*ointed; that the enlisted fens* rn*w engage I in this work -hall be dis-cbarged from the service, and so many of them a# may l*e nee*-saury shall I** taken into tim employ of the agricultural department. of 2,(157 t i-t candidate. At the Inst election Mr. L'och* ran* - Bmiii*-*. C< nservative, w ho -ii**cee*!ed to the |**-*-rage at the recent d*-ath of his father, Lord la amin/t ii. thus creating the vacancy, I was n-turn* I lr a in;:j *rity of 2»il «»ver Mr. Holton. v»h** was then a* m*w the (*la*lstonian : candidate. Mr. Bolton sat for North St. Panora* in the parliam* ut of lWi, am! after a season of «!<*ul*tiiig final]v voted for the second rending of th** Home Pule i>ill. He is now an advanced Ll I tora I. He i- a solicitor ami has conducted a nuntiier of famous tle-atrical i ca-**-, ain ng them Miss Fort es* pie’s breach ! >f promise suit against Lord Garmoyle, which iv-:iIt***I in a victorious <x>ni]>ioini-<* for his 1 lieut. The re-ult, a* as unr»l i-h*-1 t hrough a Lih-»ral gain of -’-iTt vol* -, i- regard** I as a )mpu-lar in«l»*r»»*inent of the LiU*ral positiou and ; contention regardingth» report of the Par-iic,l .    :I--1    a, th *t it i- a verdict of ac- ! pi:-’ .! f**r the Paris*Hit**- am! a conviction j if The Times. CONSPIRING MINISTERS. A Box’ii# K*h i bi I ion in Which lit# Brooklyn Pol ic# ll ad lo Interior#. New York, March 5.—Palace rink in Br*s»klvn wa- the scene of a peculiar boxing exhibition I a-t night. Th# well-known colored pugilistic -tar, Jackson, the champion of Vu-tralia. together with Jack Ashton of Providence and Jack Fallon, the strong boy of Brooklyn, were tile principal iiarticipanta Liver fifteen hundred i**<J^*le asaeinblcd lief ore IO o'clock to w it ness the contect between this trio of aspiring pugilist* who have an envious eye on the posit I* ai now held by J* din L Sullivan. Previous to the loug h*>kod-for oonte-t, preliminary lieut* lietween h*sa**r |Mi-gliistic light# were held anti were appreciat-i-d by the audient, in which were Police lns|*ector Mclatughlin and ('apt. Short, to-gether with city officials, politicians and -porting men from neighboring cities After George Dixon, the clever colored featherweight of Boston, who lately fought one of the hardest Iwttles on record with the celebrated “('a1” McCarthy of Jersey City, had liecn mtrvxlmxxl, Ja*'k Ashton and Jack Fallon were intoduced and donnesi the mita. At the call of time l*>th made easy play st • ach other, but lief ore the first naind wa* cm Ie* I they warmed to their work ami a little slugging had l*een indulg'd in. In the -*s-on«l round Fallon made an effort to laud his right cm Ashton's jaw, but the wilev Providence lad wa* too quick for him anti th** result was that they clinched, and in close in fighting Fallon «lehl*eratelv threw Ashton to the floor. Amid great excitement the poli<*e junqied to the ring and forced the pugilists apart and off the stage. After a short interval, during which some of the local talent ap]«eered, Peter Jackson nnd Fallon were announced. The first round wa* very tame, although Fallon was lieut on slugging the autqiodean, who smiled to himself a- he took his chair. At the call of time the Australian sent his left out in such a manner that Fallon well understood that he would have to do his best. The round was fa-t ami furious, but Fallon was clearly overmatched The contest, however, became no h**at*sl that the (*olioe were oblige*! to again avert their authority, and together with FUz|*atriek, Jackson'* inseparable trainer, jimi|»ed between the contestants au l put a stop to further h**stilities. The -go” let w*** n Ashton and Jackson, the wind-up of the evening, was a I*eautiful exhibition set-to of two rotimJU. Charles E. Davies of Chicago ami Frank Stevenson of this city managed the affair. An Invitation to th# Pan-Americans. Washington, March 5. — W. E Curtis, cxe ut!vc officer of the (xui-American congress, has addr**Nsed the follow mg note tothe men liers *»f the conference as the initial step tow ani carrying out the pro|*>sed triji through the South: ’ “Th** secretary of state de-ires me to present his lompliinents ami to say the citizens of tin* southern -tate# are i1 rv anxious that th** *l**l**gat**s should visit that -ection lef**re returning to their homes. an*l have forwarded through him many «*or-*iial imitations. He also earnestly de-ires that the trip shall la* made, and ha- directed me to invite you to partici|*ate in an excursion similar to that given in (Vtolier ami N*>-vcniisr last; to leave Washington immediately upon th** final adjournment, and to return bere two or three week* thereafter. As considerable time will lie required to make the ne*assary arrangements, I l*eg the favor of an early acceptance. * B* 'Im, Manufactnrcr ami'lealer in Ha rue***. >a* I d*-.    ■ aa    va j Ha|| gg0 Jljgjjj A larjr Newspaper Btiilrltns*. PiTTsm’R*j, March 5.- Tile I*itt-burg j Times, of w hich C. I* M aget* iji th** chief j owner, has purx-hased for $1(15,0(111 a lot ' fronting 45 feet • ai F**urth ax'enue and ex-tending l«, k 171 fe**t t«»Thir*i avenue, when* ! it has a frontage «*f Ho ie**t < »n tiffs groun*!, which cover* Djinn tajuare fe**t. The Times will ut on**# ere**t a t*‘o-st. i v Lull ling of j granite. The property will cost 15 * .OGI and I A Drug F'irm Awtit-na. •TON, March 5.—Doolittle & Smith, ri-t-. 24 ami 2(J Tremont str*et, haxe | assigned to William F Hort*in, one <*f their ! employes. Tlx* firm has done quite a large | bu-iuess. but it# ere*lit ha- been s**uiewhat limited No statement of liabilities or asset-has l»een made. Meeting of cr»slit*»rs of William H»>lines A Co,, grocers, DI (.'aux*- j way st net. was held. but no settlement was effected The firm offers fin j>er cent, but the creditors want HU The liabilities are (•laced at $2n.'.»*7; nominal asset# $97,000. The firm was given mat uni or M*ttl«* Th# (old Weather in Florida. Jacksonville, Fla., March 5. — The weather i* steadily moderating. Report# troll I nil (karts of Florida indicate that the <X)ld weather of Sunday and Monday did considerable damage. The Times-1'iii* *n puhli-he* rejkorts from twenty five points in the -tate. The mercury was lower at Gainoa-\ ill**. 92 degree# above aero. Great damage 'va- done to orange trees. Peach and fig tre- hpv** l*eeu injured greatly and there will I#* a short cr**p. The givatest damage w as to tru«-k gar*l«*ax, which in %>rne localities were destroyer) entirely. In many instances. however, seed will he planted ami good croji** grown. Thin i*-efornu-d in Tampa and there was a slight snow at Fernandina, ((n th** whole, however, the situation la not discouraging. a week to a*x.v]*t the ulti- j in solvency. will I** a Times is Pittsburg. rn* "lei ne* the youtig *i*ei***r bail iini The -I morning pa]***! rn PLUMBING. a #|h*« laity u*..iii autl Ga# nice*! I*. W Murray, 3:»7 I .loo streeL n.a Ie of Sanitary Plumbing, Fating. Workmanship guar- I) 8CHGLTE*. ^    17    F^a*t Thin! street. Fa^hmnabk* Tail**r. Gentlemen will And it to t!*eir advantage ti* Calion me liefore i*urcha**inr where. IX B. CARY A CO., SSS Li**n street. *«enerai Hardware,^ (nu- l/« a*t,«hls.Prunier’*-gupplic* oil Cloth*, Gnu Ie Ware. A q*ecia! |y*of Sherwil. William* Pa* tan! Monroe rang*. II CUNG, such as UlMik-books, K*dg«*rs, and k ad kind*ol Iklank- done at Dunkirk Printing Company, g and id ii. second st. U (TIM) LF ll MOLDEN HA I' ER. C**r. Thin! ami Buffalo St#., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging am! Building Stone*, ('all on me befur* buy.nu your si*ie-walk.    ___ I ) ISLEY A INK, Ik    7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandle*. General Liquor Store for Family Use. KOBERT M’KAY. Lion street, near the depot Boarding, Sale, Fee*l an*! Livery »Uuh Stabling by the day or week on reasonab** term*. KEI D. J. W, 134 Center street l^eaierin Musical Instruments and Hewing Machine*. We make a specialty of tirst cia*, makes of Piano# an*! F'arrand A Foley Organ* SAM J. GIFFORD. SOI Central Ave. (Ul stairs , General Insurance and Beal Estat* Agent. Fire, i.ife, Accident, an*( love block I as u ranee. Prompt attention giv ?n to buying and selling Beal Estate TC. JON I v 75 E. Third st, cor Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fre*h. s;ih an>, Smoked Meat#. Lard. Sausage#, Oy»ur* an* Amltty.    _ Extremely BAi.TiM**Kr, Md., ('tar;*!ma- tlmv chi* Pitts'ilk*. Wiromkn with «iiphtlu*na. M< M **<| Lock. M a rch 5. — Since last Iren of Mr-, (birdy of county, have l****n ill inlay ni ;ht h«*r hou*#* wa- burne*) t«> the ground, dro mg tile family iiibi tin* bitter air. 'Hie eldest -<*n, aged 17, died yesterday an*! the others art* in a precarious condition. Drunkenness Or the Liqior Habit, Positively Curer IT AIHIIISTEIIM Bl MAIKS* ••IHI JMC.FIt. It can be giv#a in a cup of coff#* or tea. or In ar tictes of food, without the knowledge of the person taking it; it is absolutely barmie-* and w.l] j effect a |«ermanent and speedy cure, vhethei •the patient I* a moderate drink cr or an aleobollr s wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure Iii evei v instance At page bool FRF F Ad*lre«s in con Aden ■*«, page SPECIFIC CO. I SS Rat» St.. Cincinnati.Ck f ow bldrd th# < ti «pl#in. Charleston, S. ('.. March 5.—At Claflin college Momiay Profc— **r Tn Ain cowhide*! John Cardoza, the ooh»j.h1 diaplain of the institution. Th** can-*' of th * trouble has not !*e#n learned Great ex* I min out prevaihxl at the cx)lie*ge. ami a race riot wa- prevenb-d unit by tile prompt efforts of President [Hinton. Mr. straw bridge It#'ign*. Washington, Mar1 b5,-- WilliamC.Rtraw-bridge of Philadel|*hta has tendered to the attorney general his r**-ignati*«i a- counsel f«»r the Unite*! SSt.at*- in th*- ]4it**nt case again.-T the Bell Telephone iN*m|*anv. The re*jum piculs «*f hi-]»ri\ate law ] ra*'ti*'e*x'**a-Moiied Mr Straw br nig* ** Withdrawal. Th** P* a*-# s,H:*ety. Washington, Man h 5.—Th**annual meeting of th** International Christian Arbitration and P«*a<*e aociety, wa# h-1*1 here last ui^ht iii th*- (’bur* h *>f the Covenant Justice Harlan of the supreme court presided. S*«e-rri.try Wmd*»m, [5Mmaster («*ii«*ral Wann- J nmk**r ami a great numl*er of |*e**pie promt- I lieut in political, pu!»li«*. difdomatic and »*> cial «*ircie- were presenL Dr. Boardman *>f I Phila*i« iphia, prest<lent of th<* aociety, made } the a<idi** -s of the evening, which was attentively listetwd to bv on audienee of enthus-ia*tic arbitrationist.- that fille*! the ch:m*h. W ATC HES, JEWELRY. JKX Bur the Aurora Kailmad Watch. Kei*amng a §|»e*'ia!ty. Frank r. btapf. to E. Thin! *L C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 3(14 MAIN ST.. RUFFALO, N. Y. DEALER IN mss, nm tad Bran, ( lock*, Silverware, leather bood* FR*. /CXH RA VI .VG, GOLD 4 SIL ISR PLA TISO W J BL MOCKER. Merchant Tailor, 316 Centra! Avenue A COMPLETE LISE OF HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN 8TREET, Opposite Iroqnoi* Hotel. Prll G#t« .4n**tti#r B<>n*i>iiian. New York. March 5 Broker George H. Pell, who has bees rn t Im* Toui bs since Wednesday la-t. when he wa- -urrendened by his bondsman. Charles Yantme. ha- obta-.msl new l*ad ami l*een released. Deoitoctiv# O iud st«»rtn. Arm rn. N. Y., March 5 — A special tothe Disjwt. b frotn Skancathn says: “The high winds whi<*h prevaihsl last night have de-ctroyed pr\q*erty along the lake to the extent of $‘',(U0.” A Notab e Society Welding. New* York. March 5 — Miss Mal***I Wright, the noted beauty and society leader, w a- married yesterday o Fei-uamla Yznaga. The ■OUpie -aibd f«sa Europe. (•Mind Ie»dg#, A. O U. W. RociiekTKIL N. x., Kl arch 5.—The grand Imlge of t!ie Ancient Order of United Workmen met for its seventeenth annual aessi«*n bere yest*-r«iay Reports from officer* were re*-eive*! and a partial resort was presented from the committee ou credential*. The grand l***ige d**gree wa- conferred on .’"IO «lele-gataa The officers will be ele- U**I *»n Thursday. Bill** Intr*»«l«ierd in th# -rust#. Warrington, March 5.—Among the bills introduce*! iii th*- s* iiat«* yesterday were the following:    By Mr. Butler—The bill intro- duc* d by him last year, providing f**r the em roliment of the naval militia and the organization of naval rest ive forces. By Mr Cameron—Appropriating $150,(FIO for a public building at Altoona. Pa. Mr. Harrington Ac-n-e* Thrni of 1‘lotting Ag oust Parnell. London, March 5. — In the house of commons last night Mr. Timothy Harrington, with the object of proving that while the ••oininission was -itting a om-spirocy was in pr 'gross. in wl i< h me rn lier# of the ministry w* ie *1* ply involved, to obtain perjured -valence against the accused Paraellites, read telegrams sent to agents of Til** Tina's in America referring to Milieu and Sheridan. He ask«*d the attorney general if he had sen of these telegrams. Sir Richard Webster an-w *r**d that he had not “Then, said Mr. Harrington, “you have been be- j traved by your colleague#. A gross injustice i- dime if your name was connect**! with this j matter without your knowledge. Mr Harrington ]>r*ss**ie*! to r**ad other telegrams to sh *w that \<>n aft**r Attorney General elater had ais>l**gize«l f*»r the for-geri**s, I he I ini"- ha*! cis lea vons! to procure evi*len*v through Sheridan to etablkh the authenticity oi the letters. He «l*s*iine*I to say how he ha*! obi cmd pnssea-ion **f the tel*‘grains unless a committee of itiquiry were grant's!, when other telegrams wcaffd lie forthcoming. lh# < mi)molters ( xii Act First. Loni»‘*n, Match 5—In the house of lor*ls la-t evening th*- Marquis of Salisbury, re-pl\ i< . t * a q i*- timi by Earl B *ati«*hamp. tai*I tout a- th * Parnell commi—1< *ns' report ’** I wit ii i ii: utation- agatust member# of t i- I-*- < f <snniin>n-, it I- only natuial that that h -u-e i ii i ta,e a 'ti*»n on the matter fir-t. A-a matter *.f courtesy, he flak), w# will allow the bouse of nommons to take whatever action tn.*y may think fit l*efore we move.    I Mr, Eintibiirn Not an Alien Washington, March 5—Secretary Window bu- sent to Poet master General W&ua-ti'ak**r th** following letter in regard to the employment of the Canadian minister. Fish burn, at Lewisburg, Pa., in violation, as it vvas at fir-t thought, to the alien oontra**t labor Jaw: Sir I have th * honor to acknow!# ig • the r# o-ipt *>f your letter of the Mi ult . referring to the let ter of Rev M H Fishburn and requesting that it may receive my attention. In reply, I am pleas*) to find from the latest information received that neither Mr. Fisnburn n >r bl# father ever Leo#joe citizens of Canada but retain their citizenship in the country where they were born Consequently tb- re is nothing in the alien contras labor law to prevent Mr Fisburn returning to Pennsylvania linier contr ist to serve as a minister of the goq*el s*enat*»r Allison Re-Elected. Des Moiner, la . March 5.—F«*iiator William B. Allison was yesterday re-el*s*ted to the T'nibsl }-'ta’**s vunte by the Iowa legislature Each Ikhim* v*»l**d separately In the senate the vote st***#!:    William B Allison (Rep), ST; L B**#toe (Dernd, JO. William larratiee (Farmer#’ Allian«*ei, 2. In the house Allison rec*-ive*! 50 votes, B**st'*e, 42, and Larralee, 6. This gave Allison a clear majority and obviated the necsseity of a sec*»nd vote tieing taken in joint session Th# Kai-pr ''nubs th# Employ#"#. Berlin, Mar -h 5.—Emperor William will vi,-it Norway next summer. It i* stated that the emperor bn- snubbed the employers, Herren Barren? and Krupp among them, ! I'>r exhibiting an exec- of *••*! in d**fending j their interests at the ex(>euse of their employes.    j A Puhii»bin# Hons# In Tronbte. New Y ORK. March 5.— White A Allen, importers nnd publishers of books, New York and I>»nd*>n, are flnnucially embarrassed. Tile liabilities an* said lo be al tout $50,OUR an*! a—et - are large. It is thought that the firm s *iifficuity will be Lait temporary. T»i#d at Wa San Francisco. March 5.—David G Bimp-aoa, captain of the British ship Benares, die*! at sea of consumption while on the voyage from Newcastle to this port. He wa# 22* vear> old aud a native of Scotland, w I ie re he leaves a wife an*! child. Th# Ureal"ll strike Hpreadmg Br.Rt.iN, March 5.—Tile strike of the factory hand- at Bremen is spreading. The : employes of fi\e la* tories have -topped work, arni tho-#* in others threaten to quit. The factories are guarded by police to prevent any demonstmtiou against tb**in by the striker#. Mad# Member* of lh# Aristocracy. Ixjndon. March 5. —Mr. Thompson, chair-Di«n of th • Firth of Forth Bridge company, and Fir John Fowler, have been created baronets, and Moore. Baker and Arroi, j respectively engineer aud oontractor of the bridge, have been knighted. Fir# in New York. New York. March 5.—Fire at 3H2 Broadway la*t night caused $300.u00 damage as follows:    I    la ton A Eaton, umbrellas and para- »***ls, $!(F),(FFj; M A. C. Ayer. hosierv and gloves, $100,000; William Harvey A Co., smokers' articles and ivory goods, and the Brow n Comb com|*any. together $75,000; A. C Band oi ne, building, $^>,(Fin. Several firemen were injured by a falling ladder, and otb* re were overcome by smoke but reel >vcred Governor Abbett to th# Irish New \<»kk. March 5.—Governor lA*on Abbott of New Jersey prouded at a meeting in th** Cl#-lier Uni**i la-t night, held under the auspice# of the Clan-na G:iel, to celebrate th** 112th niinivermry of the birth of Robert EainH-t. He said he con#idered it a great honor to be chosen as their chairman and ma* 1<* a -i^s-h curring the Irish people and pre*!itimg their self-government Secret ary Rusk's Hon III. Washington, March 5 — Blaine Rusk, the ■sal of Secretary Rusk. has been very ill for several day# aud his condition is causing much anxiety. He wax taken ill with the muni]* on Tuesday last, and complications have arisen which aggravated the condition of the j at lent Th# Irish Land BUL London, Yarch 5.—The Irish land bill to be intr xiuoed by the government contam# clause* to assist eufigrst; tx aud to aboliah the Luff court# aud land co.-eni—ion. M*»I# «*„iu A awl ast Broth#rh«M»d M» n. New York, March 5.—The New York league clit!, ha, brought snit against Tim ICeefe, (leatg»- (ion* and Daniel Ki*>hardson to restrain them from plavmg with the Flayer- I league dub. -I I : MR DOLPH BOUND TO MAKE THE NEWSPAPER MEN CONFESS. tenntor Teller Ail* Ives His Brethren to ('ease Slaking un I 'titbit ton of Them- j (•br* and Consider Nominations In 0|h*h 8##**lon — Dehat# on the Leather**! one-Cal# Contested Election Case. WASHINGTON. March 5.- Th** senate vea-tordav in -4--ret session deleted at length a ivs**lution offered by Mr. Dolph in la-half «'f the committee recently appointed to invest! gate executive M«N-i*>n leakage#, tailing for the arrest and imprisonment of A. J Halford of the Associated Urea# and George Graham Bain of the Unite*! Presa for <tai-tempt in refusing to divulge the sources of the new# ooinvming secret sessions which they have sent out from time to time The resolution ami re)***rt of the committee aet forth the fact that these correspondent# have lieen guilty of making (Xiblic the i'onfi*lential business of the senate contrary to the statute, an*! that tliey have pin*—I themselves* iii con-teni|»t of the senate by refusing to answer question* concerning th** sources of their information. Iii presenting the resolution, Mr Dolph Mini that the committee hail been unable to obtain satisfactory information from live newspaper men who hail Iss-n < ailed aa w itnesses in the investigation which lias U*eii in j rn *g re-3* for some time. Senator Teller off ere* I a- a miiwtltute for Mr. Dolph'a resolution the resolution heretofore offer*sl by him ami now (lending l>efore the c«mimitt*-e *>n rules, j»ix*\ i*imgf**r the con Mderation of nomination# iii < * J *en executive M*ssi«»n. He san! that the senate was making itself ridiculous in its efforts to run down the betrayers of executive secrets. He said that neimtore knew perfectly well that | m*«t of the information of a confidential ; 12}c only 7t*. character was betrmyei! by member# of th.*! MeQg Kxlrit heavy Half llo-re worth 15c 'or lUt*. Mens Super tine Hose double hee s Ladit s Light W* ight Spring Wrap* in*! Jackets a few special lines which we will sell at surprisingly low price# while they last. Two lot- of mens medium weight gray undershirts arid drawers a! 20c and 4Jc in a full Assortment of Sixes ami will offer them al the-e prices for a few clays only. Boys Scotch gray Undershirts only 25 cts. Infants and children soft wind Underwear from 25 cli. upwsrds. Ladies Protect your beautiful cora-I lie x ion from the dreaded March winds by wearing our improved Styles of Face Veiling, we have it from I dc a yard to any Price you wish, then its not to late to buy Jersey Gloves when we're selling them at tile worth'65. M* us Extra heavy long Hi ainless Hose only 10c. Mens Exira heavy Half Hose worth henat#. He did not think it would Is* po**i- I <(t bl* to accomplish the end w hi* h Mr. Dolph desired bv throwing two or three newx|«|ier men into jail. Instead of preserving the dig    .    ,. nity of the senate they would makethat body am* toes woith -I e only I Ic. a common laughing stock    i    Ladies    fast    Black    flue    Bibb    *d    lion: The delist# wa- *-*'titinned at great length, I the matter being un*l«*r «lif***ussion f**r nearly < only 2oc. five bour#. A vote ail! be reached probably j    Hn,j    Childron'sUihbedSleevfflesB t**-*lHV. The mil lea ti on-hi** that th** I>< *lph resolution will not I** agr****! to. THE HOUSE AND SENATE. D« bitt# on lh# EeNth#r«lon#-C'at# Con- V est* worth 20c only 9c. Misses and Children'sKibbedSleeveless Vests worth 20c only He. Eu«li* - Cream Kihb*-d Vfe*ls all #ixe# worth 40c for 24c. ('hilt) re us Fancy cap only 2i!c. Children’s Fancy hats only 49**. Double Thread mending cotton per on lh# f->Nth**r*(«»fi#-('nt# te#t#«! Eleel ion €'»-# akhinot«*n, Match 5.—Consideration of the Fi Btheretone-('at** Arkansan contested elei-tion was a-imu-l -.mil after the bouse met yester*lay. and Mr. Dalzell of Femisyl-vamn i*»**k ti •* floor in support of th** claim- ( of the contestant Winche»*ter rifles, rev**!-, ball only 3c vers and bowie knives, he said. had plav«*d i ,,    ,    .    ,,    »    ...    „ an important |»art in this congree,mud ehs-    Modonna cotton per bali 8c and 9c I tion. He charge*! intimulalion arni framl    Kirby Bi aid AC **s ne Phi* Ultra Pin4, Mr Crisp cif (ieorgia argue*! in favor of 1    ,    „ . .    ,    lrt th** (s>ut«*Mtee    Perfect Jet Black solid heads lac. Mr. Rowell of Illinois *4mrg**d that the ;    ^    —______—o contestee'- majority was procure*! bv crime of the higlie-t * hmacter.    f P? I F    T    R F" Mr Nort* >ii *>f Mi- 'iiri thought Mr ( at** C# ii I Ca    I    I#    Em    • was entitled to his * at. Mr Bm-kalew of Pennsylvania argued that on th# Ma li!- of th** ease th** sitting member w as ant it Us! to r**tain his s**at. Mr. Breekini wipe *•! Arkansan said that gentlemen in di.-*-u-sing th** question Ila*! wandered from tin* *-\ (deuce iii tile ca-** now under conaiderat ion. Nuboiy had adduce*.! a j syllable of testimony ff«* show that a ny ‘ wrongs in Crittenden ****iinty had n**t tss-n J re)*rol*iit**l bv the great mas# of the |»->pJe of the county. After further delmte the hiMise a*ljourne<l. IN TUE SENATE. WARBINGTON, March 5. — In the senate yesterday the resolution offer#*! Monday by Mr. Vo«>rb**es in regard to th** leone of the fur seal islands in Alaska to the North American Commercia! company was reported ba**k from the Ananoa committee by Mr. Morrill, adversely, on the ground tfiat tin- treasury department had already mode the Ease and that th# coniniitb-e hail no power to interfere bi the matter, Mr. Voorhees said that there was nothing further from his intention in offering th** resolution than to make any imputation on the conduct of the -**cretary of th** treasury. The committee having dectd**! that the mat ter was re- adjudicata he a*qui«*s<-e*l in that decision. Hi# resolution wa- indefiniDdy post|s>ne*! Bill- for public Im tidings in Dover and Nashua. N IL, each appropriating $10h,im0, were reported ami plan*! *>n the calen*lur. 'Hie senate then, at I p. na., went into execu-tive s**asii»n, ati'l at 5:50 p. iii. adjourned CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Has jii-i received st full line of All I’rohahlyr I>*•«<! Wilkkh Barrk, Fa., March 5.—The laat rescuing party came out als*ut I o'clock yesterday afternoon. They went within sight of the tire several thousand feet beyond the point where their latest advance wa-male Monday night but found no trace of Hie men. This wa- accepted by Mine Inspector WiJl-lams a#on indication that th# miners bal gone into an air-course that bi am b - <»(r from the main gangway. The rescuer* ernil*! not enter this on account of the gas whi h fille*l the pas“age. ll ie re i* just a l>are possibility that th** men may have crawled into some corner where a stream nuo). by ke* ping their mouths to the surfaceof w hi eh, ife may U* sustained. But th!# is not likely. Death ha- probably overtaken all. New York’# I'alr Committee NEW 8 ORK, March 5,—The exe**utiv# committee of tb# woj Id s fair rn-*t yesterday af tern**on The report of tin* treasurer showed that the total amount received from nil MMjree- for the preliminary exjs*ns#s was ? li,-4U0. Of this there had lieen pm i out. uj"»u properly rectified vouchers $23,838.31, leaving a balance* in th*- hand- of th** eommittee of $17,551.69. Th* r**]»<*rt was nr****! *•**! an*l the committee rooms were giv**n up. Ti*** offer mad# by President Smith of the Chamber of Commerce ]*la dug tit# chamber at the disjHssa] of thec**mmittee, wa- acc**}it*-d and the committee adjourned imbject to th# call of til# chairman. Mayor Grant. xii T:o::e:i5gs j mil to Kiiy in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him before jdi rd i ani ng. LADIES! If you wit.*I an easy aud comfort" aide n! <> -. with a IteHvy^Mole. one that will Won't fin to ( hic^K*). VV A KH IN* TON, March ft.—It is prolmbl.* that the world s lair committee of th# senate arni h«xise will not go to Chicago on invitation of tl*e local b ard of promotion to bilk over th<-pruspe* t* for the fair Several of the senators on the committee of th# senate have •rs-ial invitations for several w##ks ahead, and th*-e H ey do not **ar# to break in r.rder to go to Chi* ago. An Eliiix-nisnt from Poughkeepsie. Porn HK EK PWE, N, Y., Mareb Ii.—Mu* Mary Jackson, a student at the Eastman * Busin#-, college, and daughter of the postmaster at Pine Plains, N Y , eloped Saturday with Burt Washburn, son of the ]s*«t-nlaster at Einligow. N Y. 1'be couple ar# ■aid to have been married in New York city, aud ti la* residing there now. keep your feet <lr\ ait I warm, go t a pair of D. AirustroDg & ( o h Hand Welt, com moi* Bouse sJto«‘a. They w ill please you.- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. Paints, Oils, and Paper at Monroe s. ;