Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 7, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

March 07, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 7. REPRESENTATIVE HOUSES OF DUNKIRK ANEW RULING MACIIINK fur nihnu all kin mot blanks i- the latest audition the Department of Dunkirk Printing Company. A LKXANDEK'S Coal am! Wood Vuril, 7.1'. Central Avenue, ouj-rwite Nickel I'laV pot All el-mien of Hani anil Soft Coal Liunber, tthlrifdeii unil l.ath. Free lehv Correspondence, for wholesale lotb ALEX. M. MANN, Practical I'linnliLT, Gni and Steam Fitter. Special attention gtren to Sanitary I'iumbing Enlinmte.8 given !in PliimlnnK, Gas Kitting, Steam Hunting am! Hot Air Furnaces. 27 E. Third street. It R. OIFFOIIO, 22.1 unil 225 Central Avo. Artmtic I'hotogrnpher. InatantKiicone Photographs ilaim-s a Bpecialty. Slttcrf need not wait for sunshine except for I (UICCIIKK'S CKOCKKKY IIOL'SK, l> sag Central Wholesale and retail dealer nt 1 ported ami China. DliiBiwirc, Ac. .11AW. U. IIAKitls, m central Avo. Uen- Vy cral Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. Melon- traveling insure lie in the oM "Travelers'." Heal KrtUite boiini nev-aiale.l on ii-oiwrlv. HOTEL, Kates. per tlay, Liver? and Stable in connection. Victor liiilci, 339 and 337 I.ion struct. CITY H.VR1IKK SHOP Chap. NjiRle, I'rop., Uii'lvr Lake. Shore Hunk, corner uii-l Third streets. A flue stock of f'.runui unit Domestic ipara. I tONKLLN JtSON, yjr t Ciller street. Practical Particular nllention pai'Ho loUii-feruiK horses, binding of load it horses a specialty. KVKN1NU OUSKKVKK. Daily in U.e County. Aa une'iujlled advertising uieihuin. I'NKIKK ESULNUKKINU COMl'ANV. Mauufucluicr-oi Kugiiicn, Uoilei-, Pulleys, .WachiiiL Work toorihir. PROFESSIONAL. T. KOLPH, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Ofllce overlay L'S Drug Store. Itfgiilcnce, Central Avenue. Telephone No, 9. Calls may bo left at l.yon's. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT .j'lODDAUT CO., Patent Attorneys, ei.', 7th St., Washington, C., opp. u. s. Patent Of- Ili'e Patents, and Re Issues secured Trade Marks registered. All Patent business I'nndncied lor moderate Xoos. Informatinn Advice anil special references sent on request. EXPENSES IN V A N( E, allowed eaeli month. Stoutly cniplin-mcntntlinmoor traveling. No solicit- ing. Iintiemleliveriagiind making collections. No Postal Cards. Address with gtamn IIAKKU4CO., 1 iqua, Ohio. I wish to rmiiloy a (cw lailloa on inlary to take charge nl my business at their hnincs. l.iKht, very fascinating anil healthful. Wages {I0.per week. Keferenue irlvon. Good pay for imrl lima. Aililregs with Bt -nip, MKB. MAK- WALKKB, Louisville, Ky. S75 01) Ifl MONTH can DC made u for us_ Persons pre- ferred who can furnish a horse and five their whole- urne to the business. Spare moments may be profit- ibly employed also. A lew vacancies in towns .mdrines 11. F. JOHNSON CO., 1009 Main St., Richmond, Va. SPRING 1890 F, D, MATTESON D UN Kilt U SII1UT CO., ilB, 205 and Lcnler street, Maiiufauuiriii-s ol the "Ci-omttell" ttinl "Uuiifcirk" pel feet lilting shirts, on sale in all leading Jiiriuslung, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk, DF. TOOMKli, and tXK Lion ntuet, L-imler in Flour, Feed, alt, Italed Pli llhuUtt, UlC. Esu.bhBlit.il. cfc GO- I Suluim, Union to till tntitio and uua- iuiuihitiniih lor i, KIJC UOTKL ami iH'iiut. I'.uriy nv noubcft. lit'Bt ncc iii'rciul Jolui J. Murphy, I'.op. ULKUS A CO., Cj W AlUt US) K TlMIli BWeL I Fine Furnituru, Cubinul H fcre :u.d Up- j 'uieleriiiy. 1'iciurc Framed maiif to i til U. MATTKSON A CU., SU1 Central Ave Uiu'lersul r'usltiun unil Uenlleuicn WAIT ii AUKL1. STKAM UKAT1M1 CO.. ncturersoj Steam Heating salutary I'lnuitnng a FOR I O.ME STBAU I.AU.NUr.V. our specialties: line Shirts, lUc; Colhirs, ir; cutlo. 4C, uinl Lace t n-e lleliv- A W. (.mi'uiings, Center nlrei-t U. U. OUIAt, t.. i'tiiin i'or, uf tin ft ami tlc.ner in Fine lliK-to A Shut NKW 1U.J vil lit- UGNKV Ihin! .MiH inn. t 1 pertaining it tlrat dl-jru. Srliuo, a opv-cmUy. _ _ PllINTLNUul i- very tltiac.iiitioii li.injj rales Hunkirk I'riiitiiig Company, d and ID K. seroml .-I. P l) attention puiil to lae c no ol l.-i.; rents lie. oiled- I Spring Hat. Saturday, March 1st O HOE'S PHARMACY, .tilqiutriers (or Wall I'apfr Oiln, J. i rcr.ciil IfUitT u. IJiti 'iff, j M' i' i'. Murray, mail i of and See Them 17 Thin! strt-ct, Mntiit.nubtt; Timor, (ientli-raen wili tlnOitlo io callttn tx-foru PB, CAKV CO., Lion attoeu uuncral Into U'ail.OilbJ'aintevV Oi! (Jiutlis, Uf ait-. A --pecml- .IJiunisFu I ami Uuuiucmnffe. J> UI.TNti, s.ich nu and i, a 1 ian blauk.n iloae .it i> link irk tiling Company, H ami 10 K. Si-coml K tor. Third and Uufi.Uo Sts., Dealer IP tiraniU-, Slarble, C'ail on iut! your I1 JlV ISI.EV CO., 7 uml 9 Ejwt from street. Whisky, Uian.tiee. Liquor lor FmnH> tJse. ROBERT M'KAT, Lion street, tne depot. IS mnting, Food and Livery Stable Ski, >ng by the tiny or wet-k runecmaln- t> J. WM i 1M i'enicr street. IH-aler tn Miwirml Instrnmenta aud Sewm, Muclnnea. HO make a specialty of ilrel clas. PmnoaaiKl frarruml A (truant O AM ,1. 301 Central Ave. O General Insurance and AfcenL KIIT, Life, ArvulKQt. Live Instimnce. Prompt attention JTITOIJ to lniyln. STi't snlltntr Koal Kptatt- r.Ti G. i WE. Thiifl at., cor. Deer. Excelsior Meal Market. Frwh. Salt HIV Smoked Meats, Sausajree. Oysters Poultry. -imr ATCUKS, JKWELRV, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Reuuirmp a specialty. Frank SUipf. S3 K. Thin) si. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively ADMIIMSTIIIIIQ H. MAIKS' MUEII SKCIFIC. II on be given la cup ot coffee or tea. or In tr> ticltjs of food, without the knowledge of the per- son taking H; it Is absolutely harmilcsB and will effect a permanent am! speedy dire, whethoi thepntlontlsa moderate driiikcroilan alcoholic wreck. NEVER FAILS. WeQUARANTE" a complete, cine ill even-1---------- CliUSIIKD TO DEATH. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT ON THE LAKE SHORE RAILROAD. Persons Known to Kllli-d and About Fifteen Injured, Some of Them Accident Caused by Train llretililng In Two and the Two Cfinitlli; Together. BUFFALO, March Cleveland and Chicago express on the Lake Shore road, due hero from the AVest at p. in broke in two near Hay View station, about six miles from this city, last night. The two nections cnme together and a terrible wreck resulted. The railnind officials stated that four per- sons were killed, 0110 fatally injured and ten less seriously injured. The south track was cleared ot a. m. so that trains can pass. The accident occurred one mile west of Ham- bui-R. W. K. Delundof Fnirport, who to climb aboard the relief engine, says the train was lichind time and had been having trouble with the brakes At Bay View thn train came to a swhien stop and a moment later there wits a terrific crush. TKI.EHC'OPED THE DAY COACH. The had become separated from the rest of the train nnd then had dashcri into the day conch, telescoping it completely. There ucrc forty or lifty jiconlc on the day conch and Mr. Dclnnd says he can't see. how ono could have escaped uninjured. He stepped oir just before the crnsh nnd was, so far as he kiuiws, tbo only one who espnix'd. A Lake Shore official is saiil to hnvp nc- kmiwledged thnt ten or eleven jieople were I'oi ten people lieen ordered nt tho Fitch hospibil. 'J ho Lakr .Shore rifjidly excluded reporters Irnm the relict (rain unil will K'V" no The killed, hi, far os known, are as follows- E. E. STEWAKTand wife, fiochester. J. MWAI.N, colored porter, Oinvinnati. Mils. JiisKi'iiD. BAUCUS, Saratoga Springs, three unknown '1 he names of the injured are: ItK.v. MYKRS, Cincinnati; cut in bead a nil L. II. KihMKii, Boston: right ankle dislo- cated, head .slightly cut F. A. COOMHS, HT8 North Tweiity-lifth street. Fhiladflphia; side and, head cut. JUI.IA HPAI.Y, Boston; head injured and Oolles t'rp.ftnrc uf rifilit arm. J. C. Kt> Fulton avenue, Ro- ic'tcr; head cut ail'l U'g iujui'cd. Sirs .1. D. UAI t-us, Saratoga Springs; frnctuiv of skull; hus since died. ,V. BUAM.-II, Charleston, W. Va., left arm broken. 'HAlti.rH BAKCII, New York city, left enklcspinincd. II. VV. J Kouth Goodman street, L. F. II.M'i-T, '.i'4 Kuiiiincr strict, Buffiilo, left badly. (JKni'.i.K K. Ai.I.EX, general northern pas- li'K injured UEMIV I'l itlrli, Rochester, knee sprained. J. D. BAI'CTS-, Saratoga Springs, fnco and g cut. Jfl.it'y KiuoKL, York city, left arm broke. .iKORun S. TunMi'sox, ankle sprained in jumping Iixini the coach. J. E. Mlxxic'K, rhiladi'lnhi.1. ami cruihcd. E. E. Stew-nrl of IN) Mate street. Roches- ter, with his wife nnd IK-iuontlis-old baby, was in the day crat h the crash come. T.lr. Steu'ai t us in- (iintly killed. Mi s. Stew- art died before she cou d be lakcn from the wreck. The babv was uninjured. The hero of the afTnir .1-, aldron, the colored porter of the "Wanner car. He was the tb-st man to I'ush iurn tlie car, and the lamp, ulmh was binning in the debris, and threw it Iroiii the window, thus preventing n tcrribie conflagration Ctm.hletor ol' tlu> U'ngner rur also ihs- tinmh'Jicd himself for bravery and presence of mind. Julius buried over an hnnr in the ruins, junneil dnun by a heavy timber, H? heard the groom of Mix Stewart, who bad Ixvn sittius in the seat in front of him, undl death put an end to The latent icpnrt-. shov, lhat en aredend, the naiiics thicc of are un- known. brought to this city and K, the AMER7CAN BREWERIES. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. THE HOUSE AND SENATE. CANADIAN riSIIKKlES. ENTHUSIASM OVER RAPID TRANSIT BY ELECTRICITY- Mr. Says Very of Them Will ba Sold to Syndicate. WASHINGTON, March F. J, Lefena of Chicago and H. B. Scharmann of Brooklyn, prnsident and vice president respectively of the Brewers' association of the United States, appeared before the ways and means com- mittee and made arguments against any in- crease in the present duty on hops. In an- swer to a question from one of the commit- teemen, Mr. Lefens said the reports concern- ing the contemplated purchase of American breweries were usually 90 per cent, wind and 10 rent. fact. Mr Scharmann said that the American hops were equal, if not superior, to foreign hops. year he had not purchased a pound of the imported article They decid- ed, however, to be always sure of having the foreign hops at their command in the event of n failure of ton bop crops in this country. Foreign hops- were principally used to flavor beer. Mr. Scharmann created some amii.se- meiit by the statement that in the prohibi- tion more beer was consumed than in the licensed states, because there was no license to be paid in such nnd beer was consequently cheaper, THE SAWTELLE MURDER. Hlrum's Daughter Some Light on the Myntery. BOSTON, March Some farts that may possibly throw a little ligbt on the recent Suvvtolle murder been discovered by Mrs, Hiram Sawtelle in talking with her lit- tle girl Murlon. The child was not questioned but to talk about her trips to Roches- ter r: th cars UiiL-le Isaac and his mother and ol the strange appearing man who did not -.it with them, but who con versed on the platform or at the extreme end of tho car. At also, where a slop was made, the two whispered to- gether. The child says that the man had dork bushy hair and u Murk mustache, and although she never saw Dr. Blood but once she declares that he is the man who was with them on the tram The grandmother cannot remember any tiling; about tho stranger, excepting that her sun was with him for a long time ut Ntushua. COMMANDER GORDON PRESENTS HIS REPORT TO THE SENATE. Collagen for NeRroeH. NORFOLK, Va., Mnrch A. Hunton, general secretary of the Colored Young Men's Christian association ot Norfolk, bus arrived here from an extended tour of the Southern sUites in the interest of Young Men's Christian association work among tho I colored colleges. He visited in all fifteen Tho'-e at Nashville, New Orleans, Atlnnta, Montgomery and Tuskeges vfere in a llonri-JiinK contlilion. The people of the IIP suys, both white and colored, take special interest in tho work. Fully men nnd women attend these colleges, and they represent the medium through which a successful work may be in- among the miLsses in the South. He suid that in Seltna, Ala., there are five colored one an indus- trial seminary for colored young uomen, over 7IKJ of whom are in attendance. Tlic nmjoiity of tlvse schools are conducted liy Hie while who manifest cons'der- nble -.iliciliide for tin- material prosperity of the colored num. In Atlanta, the sec- ond Colored Yoiin? M.-n's Christian associa- tion in fUe IJmteil States has been organized. A Story Denied. PIIII.ADKLPHIA, March story from Noi-rivtosvn of the death-bed confession of J. (J Henderson that hu murdei-eil Dr. Lever- ing twenty-four years agii is discredited. Mr. Hend-'i-von oars ago, and no 0110 can lie found who can testify to the alleged conU'-- ion. The story is a revival of a long- current but nnautlientic rumor. One man WIL-, seen who declared that he and Hender- son were m the hitter's stoi-e when the fatal shot v, as fired, so that Henderson could not have been tho murderer. Her. Clement Rlltler Deild. Fim.ADEi.rmA, Mnrch Clement Butler, D. D died in Oerni-uitown WedneB- (L-iy niphl, 80 years. He was atone time rcilor of Trinity church, Washington, and fhuplain of the United States senate. the rebellion he employed by the government in sL-veml important and deli- cate merlons, Afiervvard he resided in Rome and was chaplain of the American ein- bussj there. He was an intimate friend of Wcliit'-r, Cl'iy and (.'alhoun in their day A COSTLY DRUNK. It New Orleans Races. ORLKAXS, March race, 1 1-10 miles: Cicole lirst, Barney Lee socond, Event third; tune, Second ra -e, 5 t'mionss: Miss Francis first, Tom Reed second. third; time, Thinl race, mile: Story Teller fli-st, Lu- cille sc 'I'lid, Dakota third; time, Fuiii'l'i nice, 1 mile: John Morris first, Clark second, Vice Regent third; tinit'. 1 FREE, Address In rot DEN SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rat p St.. ClneInniU.fr us (ho of Per- PniLAOrLi'iu Man-li C4ihuey and his wile innl Ihcir 17-3-oai--i Id sei pirl, luinic is not known, ucrc found nucoiisc m fi-oni asphyxiation, al Iheir ".'i ".DO Xorth Seventh street, last ovei.iiifi, and all Ihrec will prob-ibly die. j The atteiifon of Ihe housewas j nt'nictnl by healing -oans msidn An ollict-r broke open 1bc door nnd toimd tho tlr re i-Miii-. in their sleeping apurtments It i liiuiun that Gibuey went home nt an earlv hour in tlie luorning cousiiicrably un- der the inflm iw of liipior nnd the suppoai- tu n is th.'.t he ai-i-uUntally the on utter having put out the Ik'hts. The three per-nns hail evident i bci-u breathing the tlcudly gas all day. '1 uc pbvsidaus have ery little hope of the recovciy i'f nuv one of the throe.__________________" V.'ny of llloumir K-ii, CAP.KOI.LTON, Ills., March 7. A novel way of blowing a safo that adujjted by the buiglar ho secured nil the tuuds trom the United States Express oilice here. At first it was believed explosive j had been blown through the cracl.s in the safe, but the n.'cnt now thnt a I entcicd Ihe a-skcd him to care f'-r a vciy package. This was placed in the safe and 1ms notbec-n called for. It is supposed tho vras an infernal inacl.iiic willi a clink attachment. A liolil .Mine Found. Scm i D Pa., Mai ch 7 tho report of the who has examined the held can be relied on. M and silver in paying quan- tities lias been disi oveiwl on the, farm of Jei-eini-'h Minnff'r, near the Jlinmt Vcruon ore OjnTution-will next Mon- day anil a thorough ti ,1 made. Stanton, the thut the rock B.ssays fr'JSO m .-ilver nrd Iroin 50ih) to in gold lo ti.e toil. A Tennis Tournament. JACKSONVILLE, Fin.. Mnrch tennis loiimamcnt lor the national tropic cham- pionship begins here March 17. Many ex- perts of national reputo have entered in it, including Wright, Trover, Lorilliird and otlievs ot Mew York, Feni-ock of England, Tiull ol rhilndclpbia nnd Tnompson, Worth- inglon and Yorke of Cleveland. C. 0. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 364 MAID ST., BUFFALO, N. Y. DUALER IN Moclu, Silverware, Leather Goods, Etc. G, aoLvj sn FKR PL A TINO MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, 318 Central Avenue A COMPLETE LINE Of HOLIDAY GOODS STKKET, ifpnonlte Hotel. Kill 11 ng MIIU LvRseil. Md., .March telegram has heon received from Vice President Thomns M. King of the Baltimore nud Ohio railruarl to the eHVut that his company bad i-onclutlod tho ne.orolintions for the of the rolling mi U at tlii-i to the Cam- bria Iron works of Pa. A rliilHlitliroiiKl's Krquesm. FHILADI-LPHIA, .March 7.- William Buck- nell. the notwl philaiitrophist, uied of nppo- pitxy Wednesday night at the age of 71) years He gave to iiuckncll college, i about to Baptist chuvehc-, and mis- fcions, and probably to chanties of various kinds. Ki'l'dirnnil tn He ST. PETEKSBURO, Manh belief is prevalent here that Italy, England and Aus- tria will soon formally aokuoirlnlgB tho legitimacy of Prince Ferdinand's Bulgaria The czar is expected to arrive at the (iatechinu palace on March IS to remain Until May. 'Irfnsurer ncri'SHOr. EnCHKSTEK, X. Y., Mttrrh COIU- mnu n uncil, at n last even- :h -e Valentine Fleckenstom cily ti> 1111 the uuexpirpd term ot detanking City Treasurer Davis. Ueuth .1 an Albany Nun. ALBANY, March Charlotte McNally. mother assistant at Sacred Heai-t convent, died at that institute yesterday. She was in France nixy-five years ago, and was a woman of rare culture. Schwab to Succeed Ilaunflt. NEW YORK, March Schwab has been chosen president of the German Emi- grant society, vice Charles Ilauselt, deceased. Ewinp'H rotftpnnml. NEW YORK, March 7 Ewmg baseball injunction hearing has been postponed for a week The Modus Vivendi Largely Taken Ad- of by American Prcitrvmlon of Hie Hiillluit Flnherlei Strongly Family of PerHi.m llurned to OTTAWA, ilarch tho senate yesterday Senator Abbott, in tho absence of Minister of Fisheries Tupper nt Washington, brought down the report of the fisheries protective bervir-a during the past year. In his report to the government Com- mander Gordon, in charge of tho protective cruisei-s, draws attention to the fact thnt the only of an American vessel during tho year that of the Mattie Winship of Oloucester, held and lined for fishing in the territorial waters of Canada. The modus Vivendi, Commander Gordon bays, n as much more largely taken ago of by American fishermen, nml there are certain lines of fishing which no opportunity, however favorable, could make remunera- tive to them unless they can use either Cana dian or Newfoundland ports for purposes other Ilian tho.se guaranteed by the treaty of 1S1H. Foi instance tho fresh halibut fishing on the Grand Banks unless the United States fishermen can nm m fur bail and in1, fishing will not pay tlie-m In illustration of this, it is shown that nl tlie port of Cause alone visits u ere paid United States llslimg vessels. Of these 158 were vessels seeking bait, ice or supplies. Half the United States mackerel (lent which visited Canadian waters la-st year consisted of (13 vessels-, their catrh Ix'ing recorded us barrels, an average of 10S) barrels, ag.iin.st bands the preceding year token oil' the coa-st oi Xovu Scotia and in the Uulf ot St. Lawrence The total catch by C'an- wln's vessels was only barrels. (rurdon strongly ui-fjes the ad- visability of iiiTHiiHiiiK ith the United for the presi rvntioii ol the mackerel fisheries. The absolute prokibilioii of tho purse seine would go lar to accomplish this end, the pro- hibition term to extend for tho whole year in place of part of twelve mouths as at pres- ent in loree ill the I'niled Slater Thf lutal uimiber of men employed on the sea-Ruing fisheries of the Maritime provinces is and m the shore-tibbiiiir in boats IM 1B7. BURNED TO DEATH, Three Children 1'erlsh In the The Grief. PARRY SOI-ND, Out March oc- curred hero in which three incinbt t-s of the family of llobniaou were burned to death. Unbhison atvakencd by noises of I lire dottn slairs, but on running down to it was driven back by smoko and heat nnd in ft I few moments Ihe vihole house, was only a light frame wooden building, was en- veloped in flame.i. Robinson with his wife nnd two childien escaped by jumping from the up stain, windows, three unfortunate .iocs being left Iwhmd. Their names were Benjamin, aged 1H, Linda, Hi, and Ida, 5 years. I The grief of (lie parents at the loss of their .-hildi-cu was distressing and it was with lifliculty that the father was restrained from running into the flames in an elfort to re- cover them. I Public nnlldliiK Mills March the house yes- terday several public building bills were favorably coi Mr. Ciuiiion of Illinois took offense at a re- mark by Mr. Milliken of Maine, concerning in the Hut the matter blew over without any difJlculty, Hills uere passed appropriating for ti postottk-o site Washington nnd providing lor public at. Lansing, Imrg, 111, and San Jose, Cal. The home then nd.journed. IN THK SKNATK. March routine business the senate took up the calendar and passed two jiension granting a mouth to tlie daughter Gen. W. J. Worth, and one increasing io J.KX) a month tho pen- sion of the widow of Maj. Gen. G. K. Wnr- ren. At the senate, on motion of Mr. Dolpb, went into fierret session, nnd at when the doors were reopened, ndjoiirned They Can't Acree. WASHINOTOS, March 7. after tho morning business tho senate went into secret session on tho question of imprisoning i epnrtcrs who reveal the secrets of secret sessions. Mr. Dolph thought such roportws should be excluded from the senate gallery. Mr. Edmunds suggested thut nil the and employes tnko an outb of purgation to relieve them of all suspicion for what had been done in the past, and that tbo mnltci- be closed willi thai. Air. Instills pr iposeil thai a committee lie .appointed to cinifi-r with the press coimmltce. This met with much oppo- sition and without any action the sciiato ad- jonrncd FREESTONE CUTTERS. They Reply to the of Ilio Con- Ufuartllni; WafjCH. BOSTON-, .March Journeymen Freo- stone C'ultcrs1 ns-o-ialinn has adopted n re- ply to tlu1 n'cenf iiianilesloof the contractors. declare that they must them- selves In1 the as to who shall or shnll not U'como membel'H of their 1ion. And that the existing rules of tho union rejjurdinK apprentli-wuul the inhation tee are pi rlectly fmr and equitable. The union accepts the 1-ontriictoiV proportion for payment by the hour, but rejects that sug- U'estinR individual cimlracts with employn) The cutters deny Hint any attempts has ever been made by I hem to blackmail any per- sons. The proposiiions as to the annual ad- justment of hon IN, llttnuis of stone anrl re- dress for employers arc severally accepteil The union exju-csscs its M to sul> mil all onVuses find grievances to a board of lirbilnitioii, lo consist of ecpial numbers of employers and u. t m, ji anil de- to open the CPU il ;iiirl it 1. The convenuo'i llicu and the delegates left for their homes. Heiivy Snow in Kantern New Turk. NEW YOUK. March snow, ac- companied by severe gales, is reported from Poughketp ie, Xi-ubuig, Saratoga, Anister- dani and various points ui the Mohawk val- ley, as well as fiom many in Eastern Pennsylvania. Kuilroad tiafflc is considera- bly iaterfered w-iih. Tim IMillllps lieur ITi-ohlyii. SAVANNAH, (la., March Brooklyn and Philadelphia Brotherhood clubs plaje'l here yesterday, the rinlhes winning 'the game by a score of The grounds were bad and game was loosely plnved The two clubs will leave for Mobile to-dav A -ti-lkn NAHHUA, N. H., March 7.-The striking employes of the mills voted to of Treasurer Armory ami thnt nf his committee and logo to work on Monday. There is much rejoic- ing over the settlement of the strike. The Ml.-nitmlppl Illoh. T'lVE Bl.l-KFS. Ark., M-m-li Missis- sippi r.ver is daugfrously high. The water nt some placiw is but n fciv inches bolow the top ot the levee. Weak phvres in the levee are b im; strengthened with sand-bands. Great prevails. I Noteil Slulllon Sol, I. NEW Yonic, March Thetrottingstnllion Bayonue I'nni'e, sired by Kentucky Prince, has sold by R. Cadongau to Alfred Cor- dova nnd E. R. Browne for Uuyoniie PriiH'O la 1 1 yem-a old anil hns a rp" oivl of Overcome by SHAMOKIX, Pa., March Eisen- hart, foreman at the Cameron mine which 1 has been ou fire for several was over- come by while in the mme. He was taker, out alive, but died boon after. But little has been made toward el- the fii-u. j To Itecelve Anothnr Volo. NBW YORK, Mnrch The Chamber of Commerce nvorsnlered the recent vote con- demning the McKiiiley bill, and the matter will be. vo'uil on at a future meeting. mi Taiilbce Cannot Uecovxr. WASHI.VGTON, March 7 Ex-Congressman Taulbeo's chmices for living are regarded an hopeles.-. His death is looked for at any hour. _ A Heavy Tux. NEW YOKK, March The collateral in- heritance tax upon the estate of Mrs. A. T. Stewart is Tnliu Drnnn M the H.l. of Twenty Mile, mi llunr Welcome Announcement to A Slnhliorn Slrlli. >t Ihcr Debute an Purnvll Koport. LONDON, Mnrch o( th the motive [Kiwer on the underground rail- way system of London art enthusiastic over the successful tmt of one of tbeir motors which was made on the Claphani line. The motor drew an ordinary train at the rate of twenty miles ait hour without the slightest difficulty, and the fact that the work wan seventy feet beneath the Rurfare, and involved passage through the tunnels under the river, showed the fallacy of the object ions of those who have contended that 1lieu.se of elei-tnclty under ground Is not practicable. I'RECAUKD TO HKTTIJC. William Mordenfeldt, the civil engineer and manager of the Maxim-Mordenfeldt Gun and Ammunition company of London, wlio was recently declared a bankrupt, announces to his creditors Ihe welcome inlHIiKuneo that ho pii'imred pay all of lialiilitien in full. THE LIVERPOOL HTHIKR. The strike of the dock laborers promises to a blltor content. Tho men aro llnu In their demand for higher wages and the exclusive employment of union handu, while the masters are equally determined not to yield. Already there are imported "blacklegs" working oil tho docks and the coiiipnnies seem to no diUk'ulty In getting all the men they ueed, though the i Ilia lily of their work is not altogether satis- Owing to the extremely exacting demands of the hands emploved ill the cloth factories at Lninbrccht., the. have decided a general lockout. Yhe Swedish Geographical society 1ms unanimously awarded to Emin Faslia a ..pedal medal in recognition of his eminent services in tho advancement of civilization in. Africa. In possession of one ol the arrest-' ed near the AuiU-hkolf palace, where theczar and imperial family are residing, on Monday, wan found n numlier of lettors containing in- formation which linn enabled the pnllon to make numerous other The- letters iil'osniil lo implicate several persons of ex- alted rnnk, all of whom are understood to bo under surveillance. A llerce light is already in progress iwecii the f'urtel partim nnd the Ontrixta to MM-IIH- the jirehideucy of tho new r THE PARNELL DEBATE. sir I hull, n Kunscll Condenuni tile Mr. WuUNtnr'M Bryce, resuming the dcbaU1 in the house of com- mons la t evening, bestowed high praisuupou Mr. Farm 11 and Mr. Ihmtt for the great sen ii-e they had rendered in elfecting a bet- ter state of feeling Ijetwecn Kngland and 1 rein nd. Sir Charles Mussel! said he could not re- gard the judges comprising the commission us being from prepossessions and preju- dices, nor could he regard them as men who ought to have lieen aski-il to deal with many f the questions referred to thorn. The selec- ticn of three judges to decide questions chiefly of a political aspect vrna a tad prncn- lent. He had the greatest respect for the opinion ol the judges on questions capable of direct disproof, hut not where they began to Iraw inferences. lie npgiealed to the gov- ernment to lift, tho question tn its proper sphere ot untuial justice and national prin- iple Sir Richard E. Welistor defended Ihe onrse he hnd pursued licfore tho commission and declared that, he had only done his duty as counsel. The telegrams read by Mr. Har- rington, he said, hnd lieen sent for the pur- pose of obtaining evidence for tin; defense in Mr rarncll's libol suit against The Times. Throughout no step had lieen taken by the government in behalf of The Times. The jivernnwnt hnil aimed solely to throw the learest light upon the doings of Ihe leaguers and the evidence before tho commission hnd entirely justified the Ijiilk of the accusations against Hie Mnj Snundersoil, the leader of the Irish iliomsN. expre-wd himself as amazed at the iwlilessiii'ss of file Times In accepting the evidence of Higoll. Nr.liodv, he said, would hang n dog on Pigotl's evidence. If the commisi-iou had gone further back, he thought they could have made a much stronger. In the course of bis remarks Maj. Snuiideison accused Mr. Dillon of maiming i-nttle whcrcuixm a Parnellite member shouted "bar." Maj. Haunderson then aesert- cd that the Parnellite members had made speeches intended to shield them from crim- inal unil for this statement he was call. .1 lo orUer by the speaker. A Petition for Mnrch federation of Belgian ini.K-i'K has the govern- ment and pailiiuivnt, asking them to display an inli.-rent in Ihe welfare of tho workiiigmen eq'inl to that evinced by the Emperor of (ivnn.-my. The memorial prays for legisla- tion to secure, a reduction of the hours of lalwjr :md an increase of wages, and argues that as large sums of money are spent in uni- versity education for the benefit of tho upper clashes it high lime that a little should be spm-pil t'oi I ho benefit of the lower classes. The ix-tilioii has created a Hensation and ia generally Ijvlieved to lie the prelude to an important industrial movement. Itrlilnh Protent. LONDON, March Kfiuteforrl, secre- tar.y of suite for the colonies, was called upon yesterday by delegations repreM-uting the Oxford, Cambridge, Dunham, Dublin and Victoria, universities of thi C'ollego of Music, nnd with j-rotext against the prac- tice of the Trinity college of Toronto in issuing music degrees in Great Britain. Lord, K'nutsford promised to take the opinion of the crown i-ollcitors on the subject and ex- pressed the opinion that Ti-inity college had exceeded ita charter powers. Ladies Light WitRhi Sprin-; Wrapt untl Jackets a fuw special linen which we will sell at HiirpriNingly low while they last. Two lots of IIK-US medium weight gray anil drawers at 80o tod Mo in a full assoi iinent of Sites aud Will offer them at Ibesc pricen fur few days only. Boys Scolcli gray only els. Infants and children s.ift wool Under- wear from 25 iipwarde. Ludlos Protect your bciiiilful com- plexion from the dreaded March winds Uy ucaring our Improved Styles of Veiling, we have It from U'c yard to my Price you wish, then its not 10 ItW to buy Jersey IjKives when we're wil- ing them at 10c wortb 35. ijMcns Extra heavy long lOc. Menu Kxtra htnvy Half Host world 12Jc only 7c. Extra heavy Half Hose worth I5c 'or lOc. Mcns Super tine Hone double heelt nnd iocs worth 20c only lie. Ladies faat Black flue Hibbjd Hi M only 2I5c. Misses and Cbildrcn'sHlbbeilSlccTelen Vests worth 20c only Oc. Misses and Cblldren'aRibbedSleevelflM Vests worth 80c only 8c. Croiim Klbbctl Vests nil siMl ortb 40c for 24c. Children's Fancy cap only Children's Fancy only 4Sc. Double Thread mending cotton per biill only Sic. Modonnn cotton per ball 8c and Oc. Kirby Braid >'s lie Perfect Jcl Black solid beads 12c. ERlFsTORE. CARL SCHAUER, J 59 East Third St., I Ins jn-it rcceivt-'il it full Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you sue him befoi j (mrchamng. LADIES! If you WIIM! an easy ami comfort- ablf with a heavy sole, one that will WfMinann the ZANZIBAR, March have jnrt teen received that Maj. Wimmann stormed anil carried Bwanaheri's fortiftad position at Mlvmhuto on Jan. 4. The Herman force con- sisted of (Soudanese aud forty officera, while Hwmmhori's force numbered inen. The lighting wuit very severe but the natives were llunlly i-ontod with heavy low. Kympatby for MlnlrtBT Lincoln. LONDOX, March Salinbury and his wife, the Duke of Marlborongh, Earl Derby, Lord Coleridge, Lord Randolph Churchill, Mm. Maokajr and many other prominent pereone left of sympathy at Minister Lincoln's redidenoe, and a large number of wreaths and ether floral piece, wera also sent by frlenlh. keep your feet dry an'l warm, (jcl a pair of D. Arnnlrong Hand Welt, common. scase ------They will please you.------ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's NEWSPAPER I ;

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