Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 10, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York 'V WWWV V IPHI I Or. Talsagc's discourse AN ISTKHI “-TlN'i SHIMw.N MV t ll I <4 HK AT BROOKLYN DIVINE WIL* HK FOUND ON Til I KU PAU! % j’vv’w v ^vvv** " I ll WI HITTIH K \U I.ITI KH * h*n miy Printing House in Chaa* 1 :| **»i ii,* i • 111. i f n fur I ti t i«i iik OHI tin. », r, tail'll ilfNiirnn in h no Job Printing. ii. .clrti'fa f,,r HUiiimrry* **awJ8 B vol., xx. REP RESENT A TI VE USINfiSS HOUSES DUNKIRK. N. Y . MONDAY, M AID' ll I». 1890. PECHAL ANNOUNCEMENT CONGII KSSION’A I. WOHK. A FEMALE HERCULES OF DUNKIRK \JCF.W KI I.IMi VIA* HINK f-*r ruling j nil kind* of blanks Is th© takwt audiUoe he Mc-ha uiral lif|tartti»Tilnl lMinkirk|l’rmting < on; pan v. A l,K \ ANI»K.ic’N ( uni au l Wtxnl Yard,?** \ Central Avenue. ttiiwtnU? Sn Lei I’iaM-J.mkH. All ara.ten of Ward and Soil < *»Hl, W dJ Lun.lter. Shingle)* aud I.atli.    Irne lei iv    (JorreapondetKje    for    wl oie»aie Iota whetted. UK. <11 KH IHI), 2£< and 22ft < antral Ave . Arustle I’hotogrnplMr. lnsUnUn«H..,w Photograph* (ti Balnea a a^taltv. Hitter^ nee<l not wait for nunshine ex* * pt ta I tie a. Hook hiniikrv -james Irving. Proprietor. No. 1*1 IC. Second street. near to falo atreet, dunkirk, N. N. Mag*** ,H‘*» •ic, Pain itll lela, etc., bound In all ai • I* *• promptly attended Ut. All work guaranteed. I > I ! :• ll I I. ' ( KIK kl lit HOI sK. It    IKM    entral    Avenue. Whole**!* and reUtl dealer in Imported and toOMvtic China. Ulaaaw ire, Ar. (Ill As. II. HAKKI*, 2.'I Central We G j era! luturame, Lite, Accident and lift*. Before traveling maine von. lie in Ute old , reliable "Traviderv’.” Heal BeteU* Agent I I.* ta it ti neaotiatml on it operty. TODD A BT A CO., Patent Attorned. Sift 7th ^ st , Wa-Ii legion, ll < .opp I S Patent office Patent*. * Caveat# and Re l**ue* secured Trade Mark* registered All Patent bunnies* conduced for moderate Keen. luforniatiou Adv lee and special references sent on request. UJ ANTKO — An active man on Litter*I Salary to per rn silently represent anlAsx* lotion in* • or ((Orated ti supply.at co-opera, ive pricrs.gener.il in.-.c and i se and all kinds of articles for home in I I tinily use, in cai h small city. town, village ... I rural di inch ***.<**» member*. Paidup i ertilica'es Wl«MMNM»in< Mali. Cie it well rate I Reference* exchanged. Empire Co-opjrative As Kjiiii on Lock Box 6iq), N. V* Vilas i . IMI L <s4",llllll A MOUTH can be made id H III ♦.*»•» , working f ir us. Person* preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole im.1 to the business. Spare moments may lie pi ofit-tbly employed also. A lew vacancies in towns md cines ll. F. JOHNSON A CO., too>t Main St., Ki< hmood, Va. Elders’ Book _ . sailed free to married Crouch.KS Grand RL. How lark ■ on H< j£t.i flbvnfu, men, ajnt Aq V. B. Grand SPHINIJ 1890 (J *»IAI TAI «JI A HtiTCL, Kates, (I |H-r day. Liver* and Komi ding Stable in connection. Victor Bider, S-'i/t and itSr Lion street. , (ITV ItA KUKIC KNOP duo. Nagle, Prop., i oiler Lake alture NaUonsl Hank, im true* Outer and Third street*. A flue stork o3 foreign and Domestic * igars. i ION KIAN A HON, V )    &io    cci.wci « tree!, Practical honsi-shoeia. Perticulnr attention pa ** to iuurknuf hernia. Mtocuig of road «.i cr- tl'og horse* a specialty. F. D. MATTESON cf? CO I) I N Iv I UK KA EN IN** OHtKIIV KH. I,.‘41 got l*aily in ti e County. Au unequalled advertising medium. * lliNKIKK KNO IN LEHI NO CHM PA NE J I    I    urox'l    >    ae    I lew A Popple. .Aauufacturer* ol iwuginm, Boiler*, Pulley., j snailing Haugen*, etc* Patterns, iorguigs, . Caatinga, anti Machine W "fit lo order. Iv UN Kl KH HH I KT Cl*., Att, 2*0 and Al. I I Center street, Manufacturers of Un- J •“Cromwell” and “DuiiEirk” perfect * fliting , Ores* blurts. On sale iii all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses iii Ounktrk. Iv E. TOC* MKY, /.    LA    MIKI    «»*    Lion    Btl    -    I, Healer in k lour, lets'., alt. Bale-* Hay. I* lime dilates, etc.. Lstal.halied, »aI7. . KIK HOTEL and iimiHK    I    mon yj LH-pol. Easy access to ail trains aiel b.i>-ittc-M bouses. Beal accoumi .alations for Coiii-u< rani Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. WAIT h r don I*'. Hi.I.KS A CTL, w7 aud aw K Third street. flue K uraiture, Cabinet vt are and I p* a ow buri ug. Picture t lames made to on lur FOR ii I y 4l I*. Vt A I I *-><*> Jv CIL, •SOI Central Ave., I leaders of I mbion nn<l Gentlemen iMitllttera. A KEI.I. HTE AM HEATING CCL. I Manufacturer* of Meant Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specially. ti OUK HT KA Vt LA UN I* KY. our specialties:    Fine Shirt*, loc; Collar*, JC; Cuffs, Ic, and Lace Curial hp. L rue Oeliv-v, y. A VV . Cummings, fU7 Center street. i| It. OK.ll Vt. K Thin! sL. cor. of Bu H alo •lf rn uf.irliirer and diut erin Fine Boots A *d «m-b. V , KS KY VA El I.K.K’S NEAA' STOKE, HIH I IJ Third st Books, Htauonery, Mubu m lu- *f rumcut*,Maga»c.t a,Daily aud VV eekty I • »rn »i*.; every Hill g pet tai mug t »a rtrsi t *vw IsxA aioiu. x’iu**. r.«*‘k- a specialty. I OH PUI STINCL of every descr•iptnm and ut ♦ I low, i*l living ran-* by Dunkirk Printing Company, Hand lu E. second >L I ll. AAN MCKEN A HON, Fire lib. •J Aoeidont and Viencral Iusurat.* Deal cis in iii al Estate and Loon*. Par.icular attent'ou paid to Hie cue of property collect* lag rent* Ac. 21V Center *U, 2nd floor. Spring Hat. aturday, March 1st Call and See Them M O KOKH PH ARM ACY, j»g» ceiiirai Avei.ui C. 0. • C.-u tq un rler* for Wait i'apei Pat his, Otis, Ac. I SHAHIN*. J. A'.. ;    2th* Center slnvt, jlanufacturar and dealer ie ilai nest.Had,:lea, Hr idles, collars, Trunks, W h< |w. Buffalo Kol>C!-Hoi sc Covers. Glove*.Mitten* .tnt! Hloigh Bol cs. Ii hcmoltem. 17 East Third stt< ct, I MsWnabie Taihu. Gentlemen will And it to their mltantagi* Ut Calion mo ignore purchasing i (*«ewhere. t > It. v AKA a t CL, J .    .Kg    I.iou si! « ei. t,i in re I Hardware *» loll- la ad,OH* Farmer’* nupit.i* oil violin, ta I ill te dare. A special I if Mill* , i. w iliisms Pa lam! Monroe range. jj I 1.1 iii, 4 it Ii ii* l»lttiik-l*ook,‘, I%**lgcrs, an<l \ a I kind* id blank* done al Dunkirk Printing Company, t* a id in IC. second >t. , ntkd.rn uoedenii u br, ■ \    cor.    third    and    Buffalo    st*., i lea let ie tiraniU, Marble, Flagging moi* building Moue. Call on rn* before buying your side-w alk. U ISLEY A C O.. 7 and East Front street. Whisky. Wines, Bra miles. CKueral Liquor bion- for I arr.ily t si- Is OHE KT k KAY. A.    Lion atr.-et netr tnt depot Boarding, bale, Feed and Livery 'table. buhl mg bv Hie day or week on realms bit terms v T. UOLPlf, M. D-, PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 3B4 MAIN HT., Ill’EK A LO, N. Y. HK Al.KH IN II UIU WATCHES tad JEWELET, ( l<N-k«. Hlleerware. leather IommIs. I N'. es a a a vt VG, nom ,f SIL» rn pl c ti sa V POMPI.KTF LINE OF HOUDA y GOODS .•MU HAIN STK KET, tppo*<ie Ironnois ll-lei. ELYS Catarrh Cr spill Bnim K. Phv -dcian aud Hill goon # mice over l.y u s Drug nore. K--SI ‘enc •, f entral Avenue. Teleph\*ne No. a. I alls mw be left at I von**. _ • at J GIEKOKD, sal Central Ave. tup S lair*. Gene vgl I us ii rn nee a nd Ilea I Kstah Kine Lib*. Accident, and I ive *tock Ie urn nee. VivmmiM sttentton gi% o» L' buyia* "•lot .ielling K*w! Astate re c. JON KA, 75 B. Thint sL, ear. l>eei. KxcclsUii West Market Fresh Salt sn. blooked M-wta, Lint, Mtuaajrea, Oysters and Pouttey.    __ VV w j ATC HEH. JEWELRY, Ai. Buy the Aurom Railroad Witch. IJcpairing a *pei’ialtv. Frank F. Ht*l*f. HA K. Third st M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor. it Hi Ontral Avenue ( h-sii«*t live basal .Passages AMavs Pun and Intl salination.— Si ll . I I Ile Nil*. Bestore* the H u*»*s ofjl a-»t« | ■Hid him el I. nu I iu: mu PROCRAM OF THE WEEK IN HOUSE AND SENATE. A A'ote un lite 111 dr Hill Kv|>ecled on Friday—Air. Imlph's I nve> t'gat ion Likely lo Prove a Masei*— file Pacific Kailroad I muling Hill Alto to t ome I'p — Other Hu«in*o. Wajwington, March IO.—The interest of the joist wi**k iii cvingre^-hHial cin'Un ha* lenteriii in the investigation of secret wssion lonkagee in which Mr. Dolph^'a committee ha* lavMi em|>bired Th«* committee is now en-gag'd iii calling wnator* a* witnewacs, and their examination may keep the committee i usy during the gn ater jiart of tile w#a*k. The g*‘ii« ail itupn-eioti i* that with this ex* amination tin- iii vent igat ion will cen.Hi* and that Uh* pro}*sail imprisonment of recalcitrant n.*w*]»H|ier witness«*s will never take I dace Mr Blair'* educational bill willoecupy the senate s afteruoon* during th*- pri^wnt week ii I id an efToil Willis- made to Itriiig it to a vote Friday afternoon, lf it ap}»-ars that this cannot lie done, the appropriation committee will bring in the urgent deficiency bill and interrupt the debate on the Blair bill long enough to paas it. The committee on privities and eliH-tions will su lim it their report on the Montana eon-l«-st some time during the wi*-k and Mr. Hoar w ill ask that it receive consideration at an early iav Much • it<-rest is felt In the establishment r*f a |*-nii t it order of business when the Blair bill sh. ll ie- out of the way. Mr. Frve will endeavor to have the Pacific railroad funding bill taken up; Mr IMatt will put forwaid the lull for the admission of Wyoming; Mr. Sherman w ill {ira* bi* anti-trust tall (which has had already a partial <-onsider* t loin; Mr Hale will urge his bill for the increase of tile natal establishment; Mr. Poipu will ask consideration of his Mexican award bill, and finally the under valuations bill which will have l*s-:i reported from the (sxnmittee on finance bv that time, will make a strong tight for inine-diale consideration During the morning, through the coming week, the calendar will lie considered and the I Ik la boma town site bill may lie further debated. The committee on territories will push to is inclusion this week in the house the hill providing for the organization of the territory of Oklahoma To-day will is* consumed in disjtosjng of matter* connected with the District of ('olumbia. Mfiws. Baker of New York and Dorsev of Nebraska have given notice that they will call uj» for isuivt«l«*ra-tion the lulls for the admission of Wyoming and Idaho to statehood; but on account of the Oklahoma lull this {tart of the program limy not lie carried out. The committee on election* has the contested case of Mu l t vs Compton from the Fifth Maryland district ready to bring lie-fore the bons**, lait Mr. t'«*»|s*r. who haw charge of tile cane, is willing to let the committee on territories di->{*>** of its busine** lief ore doing so. Then ^ a prolmbi lily, however. that tile case will P* brought up is-fore the end of tilt* week, ami iii this event it will lie pusl: jd to a conclusion tin* seating of Mr. Mudd Vri'lay, as usual, will l<e {u ivnte bill day.    _ _ A SCHOONEit BURNED. I lie Captain ami 'ix Vleti saved — Daugei - •ui I 11h»1 metii»a to Navig ttiun. Gloi i khtkh, Mas*., March IO.—The Ashing schooner tim e Choate from Purtafnouth arrived last evenimr, hav ing <<n txanl Capt. Horatio lf. IJtw on end six men of Hie schooner IJz/i** D. Sin.iii of New York, who were re*seii«*d from a I- wit yesterday sixt»s-n miles southeast of Thatcher's island. The Small sailed Tin sd av from SI. Johu with a cargo of piling sbi;»i<el by Driscoll Brie;., consign**.! to A. J. Murray. Til imp a strong brei-** from the north while the crew was on deck jibbing the liminal! the cabin stove burst, setting fire to the vesHPl. The flvines soon sprv-ad from stun to stern ami the crew t*K>k to a leat. saving nothing I nit what they had on. Tin* captain attcinpbsl to g-*t iii til* cabin but was nearly suffocated, ll** lost all of his nautical instruments ami a considerable sum of money. The captain of the Cil iate, st **iiig Hie vessel on tire, I wire down on her and rescued lilt* crew Shortly after leaving the Small her stern burins! off and she filled and r« lied over. She is a dangerous olxtacle to navigate ii. CigaMiiakeiV ( on vent ion. New York, March IO. -Au ini|sirtant ism-v en tim of cigarnuikcrs wns held yesterday. Sixty-thnv sh«i|*s were represent«*d bv thn*e delegates ea**li. Ctiainnan Harris s.-iid the cigarruakers wert* worse oiT than ever liefore HiecrMuniittee on the scale taritf rejvrted in favor of as Wing the lowest price for making I,OOO cigar*. A motion to enforce tile scale a* soon as |*issible was adopted. The committee on ways and mean* recommended the general enforcement of til** eight-h"ur rub* in the trade that all cigarmaker* join t*ie int**rnational union, and that the f4git«ii.>n W continued until the p*«irest pan! cigarmaker* re*s*tve tx weekly rate equal to that now mviml by the l*—t jkaid The convention ailjoumed for a wis*k. Kmity ll*r|»«>r Suildrnly Acquire* E norm wa* **lrrngtli. ) New York, March IO. — Tile World1* Rochest**r sjn-iMal say*: *• Near!r evcrv «uh* within twenty miles of ‘ lexandcr. < ieoe-u e county, has heard, dur- j ing tlie last few weeks, more or lens coui*em-iog Miss Emily Hazier and her wiHwicrful and suddenly acquired strength Physicians from every tov* in the county have la*en I here to investigate and wise men from the Last und every other direction have seen her and shaken their w ise heads and de|iarted without leaving any of their wisdom Whim! them. Small wonder that tile wise men are non plus*^! and the learru-d doctor* }iuzzled, for wbi> ever heard of a delicate young woman. fur whom the biti ig of a tea kettle was a burden, auddeui} de\ <. loping into a female lieii'ulesf The (k-Ufilel aci-oiint of Mi?** Harper's case ha* not yet appeared in print, in spite of tile excitement it has ouuaed. “Miss Harper i* a delicate looking, though quite handsome young w-oman of 1H years aiel weighs al*nit HO js'iinds f>ue day alsait thi*ee month- ago her mother notn-ed that Emily broke a great many household articlea while handling them She would grasp the slender stein of a goblet and it would break into pieces She would undertake to dean a lamp chimney and it would la* shivered into fragments in her hands. Her mother aup-poeed caielessneNs was the cause and reproved her for it. Now the girl was as yet uncon> 'ions of her newly acquired strength, tin- breaking of the article* liemg due to this lack ol know ledge and the power to gauge and adapt her strength to her requirement*. This in itself was the cause of quite a calamity, for a* ooti as her mother had ceased chiding her. Emily threw her amis around her and gave her a good hug, just to *bow that she I sue no resentful feeling. LTpon relaxing her grasp, Min. Harper fell to the floor with a moan of pain. An investigation disclosed the fact that two of her ribs were j broken “Mr. Harper was absent at the time of the occurrence, and u|kmi Ins return questioned j his daughter concerning the accident. The I girl anxious to justify ii t-elf, rushed up to ! ber father with the exclamation: “This in all I did.” She placed lier arm* atxmt him and gave him an affectionate squeeze. Mr. I Harper, in *|ieaking of that em brace, said: j “I was *a»ce hugged by a l*ear in the Maine W, KS Is, I have wrestled l>ark-ho!d with some j pretty strong men; but I never in my life re- -ceivisi such a shaking up as that girl gave me 1 when she showed me all she did to ma 11 Of course, these two hugs made it plain that Miss Harper had suddenly become pew- I I of remarkable strength, and in spite of , the efforts of the family to keep the matter quiet it -non l*s ame the talk of the town. 'I he writer visited the family and witnessed some of the girl's feats of strength She easily duplicated all the ordinary acts of the st a * athletes, aud Dr. Duvall of the New York S lie >1 of Anatomy, in company with I Hoi* i t .Marsh of the New York Psycho- j logical society, will lie here this week to see Miss llar{M*r and investigate her case; Imt it i is dont ic I wh 'tber their explanation of the HW r - el will lie til' any more \alue than the forty and one already given. road, near a st rip of wood] as an Indian approached THE GOLD BRICK. It Cause* Another Farmer to lie Hwlmlleit Out of Kl,MW. KiMiSTUN, N. Y., March IO.—James H. ! Badcau is the latest victim of the gold-brick swindle. He is a leading farmer of Greene comity. Two weeks ago a well-ilresaeil | stranger aj*|»eared at the Ba<leau residence ' and claimed to lie a distant relative of lia- j dean. He gave his name aa Benson and said lie was tracing up the Itadeau family records!, j Badeau invited Benson to spend a couple of Areek* at his borne and the invitation was ac- , cep!cd. A week ago Saturday, as Badcau ' and Benson were walking along a country , a man disguised thorn. He muttered soinr unintelligible lingo, and pr»*- j tend d to 1*» hungry. Benson told Hadeau iMat lie could converse with the Indian in his own language. The two entereil into conversation, aiel then Benson told the fanner that the indian had run j away fiian Arizona with a chunk of gold, j and was on his way to New York to sell it. He waiit<<i *:y.'«nu for the gobi. Benson had ' only a few hundred dollars, lait he ap|a*ared j anxious to sj*s*ulate. He and Badeau agreed to hate th** gold to'tisl, and if it was worth more than the Indian wanted for it the farmer was to draw the money from, the l«ank ! to buv it. At Benism's suggestion they came to King- | 'ton. where an alleged United StaU*s assayer was slopping at the Eagle hotel. *1111*111*11 sjiid th** gold was worth ♦/».«**!. Badcau drew $d,5n), j*aid it over to the Indian and t<K*k 1 <isscssion of the l»rick. Benson dLsap-jieansl next *lav, and Badeau has just dia-coieiv.l ILC* truth of the old adage that “all is not gold that glitters."1 The police ha\'e been notified of tile swindle. The a-« in --Ii- e who was intnsluceil as the United S« i- - as-aver registered at the hotel a- L. T el'H’uioof New York. Nevi. h 10- TUe ,lapsiie«e San Fk a sets'XL Mar Belglc arrived ye and Yokohama.    new {srpers nix* all discussing tin* |K*iitical Mlttnli n £U»,;,p of them advo*nte th** appointment of Mot zn. present mi .Mer b* the United Stites, to lie president of tile new house of representatives. Fab. ll. the 2,.V«0U» nnniversai-y *»f Jinuuu Tenno's accession aud fouinling of the im-{K*risl line, and the anni el ary of th** m*w constitution, was c**lcl*r .led a'a holiday. A tire iii the village of *’ ■>!•>•. ny on I cb. h destroyed (-IO Im ilding*. Influenza is epidemic in Jajian. ami tlu* vaii**us indiistiies are in a distressed condition. Joe Is Achille for a Fight. San Fe a Frisco, March IO.—The latest sem at ion t 1 c» <rting circles is Joe McAuliffe’s li.i.i •. n< > ompaaicd by (fo00, in which lie - ion. * any man in tile world under >M' ii-.,* f ry 1 tiles to a linish. for any sum j from s‘I J.s*i t*» $10,000, Jim CuHett preferred. steamer j j«»w i-. the latter McAuJiffe’s animosity luny «r *m Hong Kong ^ know.- u>» limit, ami he makes an exception 1 in Corbett1* case when lr* says that he will meet Jim in private or iii public with hard or soft gloves for anything from a pint of I peanuts to fib,OOO. Corbett th** other day J stated in a card that he would |»«y no attention to challenges for at least six months. Corbett left for the K&st Katin day night at M o'clock. Ile was given a reception Friday night by his many friends w ho presented him with a magnificent diamond pin. a diamond locket and a beautiful gold watch and chain. TUR LIBERALS JOYFUL KOBE CONFIDENT THAN EVER OF A SPEEDY VICTORY. AA afer lieai lie* th** Wilkes Barre, Pa.. Min flmt time sin e the tire la an issuing from the South Wiik yesterday afternoon. Over gallons of water a minute bate into the mine for several dr*} now i-eacht* I the fire. By t thought. I he flames w ill la* e\ll further search will lie ramie men who were in the min** broke out. I (Mines. •h IO.—For tire »i ,iu* ike eeas*sl ike.-*-Barre shalt a thou'aud ben j* Hired s. and it has o mot ivw, it is intui led, and for the eight when the tire \ particle is applied into each n**etril and rn »grceat*le. Price1 .W cents at Druggists; bv niatl egiater • (.fillets. LLY BROTHERS,^ Wanww *ret*l. New York . Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Curef iv JimNlSTdlM M. ItAliES’ Nlltl tftcinc. It can be aben ta a cup of coffee of tea. or In ar tick* of food, without the k now ledge of Hie per- I ton i aking it; It ta absolutely harmless and w.ll •fleet a permanent and speedy cure, whethet Hie patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAU 8. w« GUARANTEE | a complete cure in avary instance 48 page boot coff Address In confldenee, rOLDCW SPECIFIC CO.. 185 ffacs St- Cincinnati.<► ,) sick Simons Kncri.cd Out. Hammond. Iud., March 1<». A pri^e fight for the lightweight champi >n-hip of Indiana and a purse of ENJl), of which tile loser revolved $150, took place bere early yesterday moi lung between Jack Ki.uw a sod Dan O’Utrv, O'l^eary w<m, k.*«» !;iug Kim*ais out in th** Neventh round. O I ary escajied with little punishment while Kimoua was badly pomnted. They Have Kl* Option. Kansas (Tty, Vc., March IO.-—Chief Joel B. Mayo* of the Cherokee Indian nation, in on ins way to Washington, having been nim-uioned to ap|*enr bef»*re th***{*♦*•»«! cmiumttee of the senate to winch was referred the Uherokee strip quiwtion. He says he does not think the committee will report in favor of allow .ng the stoc-kmcn who ar*- j*a>turing on Cherokee ianda uu e:. elision of time foi the j reuio\a1 of their cattle. Whe.i asked what ! th** Chcrokfe* h:wl to say about the prewi-tieiit's j*rrsdamation h** replietl; “The Indians I don't say much, i*ut think a heap. No matter I what they say or think, the order must be obeyed, f ir the government is m(»re powerful than Hie Indian*.” Tories I** |»«-fiat I’ 1 M*t* Thetr Manipulation of Hie Mu.I^et lo Hqusre Them With the I'eitple — Mr. % ker»- I Ion ^ la*' ii st Ion—A Tory Member’* strwnge Idea*. CM he I Foreign New*. London, Man-h IO.—The Liiieral* were nevei so j bi’ant as now, and never was the work of i i 'Miizut ion carried on so enthusing t leal iv ct their ranks The results of the recent In * lotions have made it certain that the Coils* native* have lost thi ir majority in th*- country, and that as s«in as an ap|>eal bi the people can la* had the Gladstiuiians will win. Rumor** are again current that parliament w JI 1«* dissolved iiimiislitttcly after the j a wage of tile budget. The Tories seem to have am h*-red their ho}*** on the budget, hoping by some financiering skill to regain the conthleiice which their |*>lk*y in other directions ha' lost them. It is, however, a forlorn h<»{>e. Club gossip ba* it that Mr Akers-Ikaigla*. the Tory whip, has resigned because of Saturday'* night's counting-out of the house, which the government intends to explain as the result of a liberal plot. Tile unpreoe dentisl «K currence of such an iinportaut de^ bate en' , ing iii such a manner is. however, t< K> si i i fe e ut to i*e explained on this hy-I (*tbcsi-, mid ♦he public will not lie deceived. Ib** fnc that the government has made such a in*" cl the i'Hruell commission matter that even its own sn pi torte rn, though loyal eu< sigh to vote ba tin- ministry, will not talk for them, nor count! nance the further discussion of t he quint iou at issue. Ills OW N Hl'HINKSS FIRST. Mr George Kvimm’Ii. Tory iiieinlter of the Aston Manor division, Binningham, has peculiar!' novel ideas of the duties and re-•poi is: bi 11 tie* of a inemlier of }tarh>mH*nL For over two years he has not licen near Aston Manor, mid for eighti'en months pant he ha- ben in the Transvaal. South Africa, looking after various speculations in which he i* intern-ted. lie refuses to return to his diM-oiisolate constituents or to resign his seat, and to all a{i}iearnn(« tile Anton Manor Tories w ill have to go on sighing for the touch of a vanquished hand and the sound of a voice that is still, as far as they are concerned. At any rate it is only fair to place on record the argument of this strange M. P.: “I am rendering more service to workingmen,” he placidly w rites in reply to the last frenzied appeal from the I** a1 Conservative association, “hv looking after British trade in the Trail*'aal than by listening to the dreary drip of dilatory declamation from the Irish I tenches in the house of commons, * NIR EDWIN ARNOLD'S ORIENTALISM. Fir Edwin Arnold's delightful letters from Japan to The Telegraph, of which he is editor, have created a Uhuh in Japanese travel, and many English people are journeying thither this spring. Arnold, as all who read his letters know, is L’lscmHted with Jajtan and ita }**<>ple, but few of las friends would care to believe that lie would give up Europe for Cathay Nevertheless an attache of The Telegraph informs your cor re*}*.lid* ut that it is I*Sieved iii that office that Arnold will take up In* residence and spend tile rest of his dn \ s in Jtqain. “Sa 1.11 win,*1 said he, “is an Orientalist by disposition and teui}ierniiient, and the hurly I inly of the practical world has always jjirr d upon his sensitive organization. He is a man of th** gentlest character. I never heard hint use a harsh or disiourb-ous word. He is polite to a dowsing awcejier or a cate man. He would lie courteous to a woman w ho annoyed him iii the street. In Japan he ha* found the exact environment be has al-ways craved, and we very mucu fear he w ill not return to Eur<»{*e.'1 |a BRILLIANT WORT. The speech which Sir Charles Russell deliv-e: d iii the ho .se of roiuiiiimf last week was on1 <*f til - fiii“sl s}tei iiiieiis of inqiassioniMi datary e'er Keo rd within SC Stepwi1# historic w;.ll*. For two hours he beld thecrowd-eii house *|*ell! 1 *uild, Hli.l Close w*ho listenisl to the point* hee*.!!-* cutively made and logically followed up could have little doubt in their own minds about the l»asel«*K*iM>ss of the calumuies heeled on Ireland's patriots. His denui.i t. lion of tile attorney general was un-eparing. and the quietness with which Wele tier took his castigation was a surprise to every one in the bouse. His rew}s>nse was so dull and fKiintlesH that even his own friends would no! stay to hear him. WILLIAM O'BRIFN'.H BOOR. The b*.ok that William O'Brien wmte in prison tsp* be iffimzkt **ut *mrti after Easter by Longman, (irren A Co. It is a bistorii'al novel, and the title is “When We Were Boys.'1 It deals with the Fenians, and several Iri-li-Anierican i haracters are introduced. A 1 art of O'Brien'* l**ok met w ith an accident similar to the one that befell Carlyle's French revolution. O'Brien lost the first eight I'haptt t's. and at one time it seemed as if his health would not allow him to rewrite them. He ha*, however, just now completed the missing }rn 11 of the hook. It is already in process of translation into French anil Italian. Nothing is known here of Minister Lincoln's intended retirement, but it is under-stood he will take a leave of aitsence shortly to enablt him to a x mii]«ny bisson’* remains to KpungficM. Telegrams of condolence ccmtimie to reach the minister from remote }<arts of the *u*tos. The bishop ol Baph<'i> has forwarded to the parLshes of that diocese, w here {wimful eviction* hii'e Us-ii in progress, $5.0(K» subscnlied for the Tenants1 Defense league by the people of Donegal. John Bums again denies the allegation that the iaU>r movement* organized or aided by him have an anti-Jew ish tendency. A Bi! Ie printed iii an Indian language at Cambridge, '*ia**., in Mi*;I was among the rare bt ok* in the collection just si .kl at auction bere, and fetched eoid. Miss Mather Abused Them. CotXMBUH, O , March IO. -Mias V. Marlowe and Ilia* J. L. Goalie of Mi** Margaret Mather's 1 * hi 11 any left the troupe here Sat-u is lay on wvuunt of Miss Ma tiler'* alleged •btise and m-otent treatmeuL Detroit Hound to Sn* GikmI Hall. Detroit, Mich., March IO.—The directors of the Detroit Baselatli club are working on a im hen ie to ha\e the brotherhood put ten I clubs in the field; one here and one in St 1 I XHii*. Anything n*u.*oiiable w ill be offered. Fading in thi* they will try to build up the International league, holding their franchise to prevent the lcag :• getting the players. If •ll other schemes fail they w ill turn the team oval' to the brotherhood aud offer them free grounds. Detroit ha.* $ Jo, UUU on band and a good team. The Hyde Park Meeting London, March IO.—The rnaas meeting in Hyde park, raider the auspices of the various lal*or organizations, to protest against the treatment bv tile Ru*-iun government of political pnsonera, wa* not so largely attended as had lieen expected. There arere about 2.UDU people prew-nt, mostly Radicals and JSocialists. Ji*hu Burns wa* the prin-ci}»al speaker. He delivered an eloquent and ini}(H.'*ioned address, denouncing the outrages u}*oit 8il<ei inn exiles and calling u}*m the British go'eminent to u*e ita influence to induce Russia to adopt a more humane policy. Several other Radicals and labor leaders spoke, but Mr. Davitt, Mrs. Besant ai.d other prominent persons who were an-aouiKosi to speak did not appear French Klectlona. Paris, March IO.—The supplementary elections yesterday resulted as follows: In the First district of Taulouze, Leygue, Radical-Bocialist, receixed 5/J12 votes and Busini, Conservative, 8,255. In the Second district, Calvmhac, an unheated Radii al-ScM'ialiat, 4,ayu votes. Labat, Conservative, 5,124, and Birwen, Opportunist, 4,055. Reladiota will ba ne Medary in both di*trtcta Is^rrau, th** unseat!*! deputy fnun («ien, was re-i*le* ted, receiving vote* to 7,224 for M Portal is Mausoleum Dedtcatail. Bkrlin, March IO.—The im|M*rial mauwv leum at Chariottenburg wa* dedicatad yew tenlay iii the (nvwenoe of the emperor and empreMs and other meml>ers of the royal family and high jiersoiiages Court Chaplain Knegel officiated F’ield Marshal von Mvdtke headed the Knights of the Black Eagle, who were present in a body. Prince Bismarck w as not present. The emperor and others of the family placed wreaths u|**n the is'ffins of William, Augusta ami Fmierick. <ioing .4 roil nil the World. Lindon, Mar* Ii IO.—The Duke of Connaught, commander-in-chief of the British f<>rce* in India, starts from Boinliay on Thunslay for a tour of the world. He will visit ( hum, Ja}ian, and theni'e proi’eed to Vamsieuver and (Juetiec and to England. In a s}s«ech at a banquet in honor of the event, the duke deplored the utter inadequacy of the defenses of Boulimy, and intimated that lie would urge this question iqsui the attention of the home authorities. An I ii d l|f nan t Audience. Roux, Man-h IO. “Buffalo Bill,** during his exhibition on the Cotri|mgna Saturday of-fensl a sum of money to any outsider who sh*Hild succeed iii riding a certain horse. Some i«a.*ants succeeded in riding the animal, but imvmejit was refused on the ground that they had not mount**! within the required tune. The audience were indignant and roundly hissed the management The show opens at Florence fco-day. The Daltonian Trouble. Paris, March IO.—Advices received from M. Ba vol, French agent on the West African coast, state that the situation in regard to the trouble with the Dahotimus is unchanged. 'Hie Republican press approve the statement of M Etienne in the chamber of deputies that the government intended to confine its oj*>ratutus to punishing the king of Dahomey, aud did not contemplate carrying the war into the interior. DAKOTA SUFFERING. Another Parnell Libel Knit. London, March JU.—Mr. Parnell will ptxw-ecute the Exeter Gazette for copying the alleged forgeries printed in Th* Times and continuing the publication thereof. THE CZAR’S DENTIST. Ile Nays Sonic Very Hurd Things .About Mr. Georg* Kennan. Minneapolis, March IO—Dr. G. (*. IV-marini, w ho has linen practicing dentistry here for six months, was for many years <,en fist to the ( zar of Russia. Dr. Demarini re-rent Iv reoMveil a cablegram from the czar recalling him to Russia, and he left New York Wednesday and is now on the oeeau. Many years ago he (’ame with his |>areut* to America and located in New York city, where he stud ii* I dentistry. He married a New England girl and went abroad. After *]ft‘ttdmg soma tim* iii Ht. Petersburg and also farther north iii Finland he (meanie court dentist. A year or two ago the family came to America once more. Not long sini*H a gentleman w ho had lieen a guest at their home mentioned something relative to the Russian atrocities as dwriliil by Kennan. Mrs. Demarini grew white with rage mid denounced Kerman iii most unmeasured terras. Her husband, too, had l>een aroused over the recent revelations. He *aid recently to a friend that he feared to remain in Mumea}iolis lw*cau*e he was so sure that kennan did not represent the facts as they were that he was afraid he would do something desperate Turneil Adrift. Toledo. O., March IO. — With a Imsket of victuals, $1.50 and a railroad ticket to New York, 20-yeor-old Mrs. Helen Friedlandet alleg»*s that ber husband. Joseph M. Frieil-iander, turned her from his door. The }*npers iii the suit for absolute divorce and alimmiy which grew out of this alleged action were filed Saturday. As the story goes Mr. Friedlander was ntnrrirel to his present wife cai Jeu. 2x, last, in New York city, the marriage having l*een ar ranged through a matrimonial agency. Mrs. Friedlander, who since that time has been I’ompelled to remain in* iliM>rs. says she him Imcri cruelly mistreated and on Feb. 22 wa* coerced after thirteen hours of objection- ou her part by Fried-lander’s family to sign }»uj**rs in which she agreed to a separation from her husitand. Then, she allege**, she was turned out of doors. Twelve thousand dollars worth of Friedlander1* }»ro|mrty is ti«sl u}i l»y an injunction, w hich was granttsi her Saturday by Judge Pngsley. Prriitciou<* Horse Racing. Toledo. O., Mareh IO.—Mrs. Sidney Anson, residing in East Toledo, was fatally injured by the carriage iii which she anil her bush:: nd were riding tieing run into by a racing horse driven by Mr. A. L Baldwin on Madison street. Baldwin and J. G. Hickok were speeding their horses and Mr. and Mrs Anson were coming down Superior street. They did not see the racers iii time and the latter failed to turn, resulting in a collision. Baldwin was injured a!*>ut the head. lait not seriously. < nnninc 'lr. Sclime!* Indianapolis, March IO.—Manager Gus Hchmelx of the (Teveland league club, ac-coni|4uiiad bv Short Stop McKean, arrived here Saturday night from the Forest City. Schmalz *ays ti ley are on their nay to Cincinnati, but as it is rather a round about way to take to reach Cincinnati it seems probable that he is taking the uncertain short, stop away from Al Johnson's influence, and that their destination is more likely to is* Hot Springs. A Suit fur Over a Million San Francisco, March IO.—The suit of I 'barie* Hansen against ll. B. SU vin. the Panama canel dredging contractor, to recover *1,200,000, i*egan Saturday. Hansen alleges lh it iu lssg he agreed with Mavin to take 2.1*10 hap-* of the «*ock in the lat ter * dtedging *•• im anv. hut never received it. The sIjiwi anil accrued jjrofit* wo,lid amount to the Mini sin*! for. Slavin denies that llan-^en e-. er paid for or asked for delivery of any stock. Duryea I ie-ort* the Brotherhood. St liOCiH. March IO.—James Duryea, the pitcher, ha* deserted the brotherhood and signed with the Cincinnati club. Duryea left ( inciiinati on Friday, pre*umably to join the im>therb*od team at Savannah, Ga., but came instead to St. Louis. He met President Stern here Saturday and Saturday night signed a threoyears' iron-clad contract to piny with the Cincinnati club at a salary of $4 .(AJO. So Trace of Mr. Leach. Chicago, March IO.—The police have not a* yet found any trace of Rowland I>»ach. Hie New York traveling man who disappeared no mysteriously last Sunday e'euing. The search for him has been conducted in I every direction, but without result*, and hi* friends seem to be more thou satisfied that he is a victim of foul play. No. :m) AN AUTHENTIC STATEMENT FROM MISS CLARA BARTON The President of the Red C ross Associe tim* tells CA hat the sitrlftnr'i lnventl- K at Ion Has Developed, anil Appeal* for Aid for th* Distressed Farmers — Props a Complete Failure. Washington, March IO The following statement to the American }«eopl«» has b*s*n received by the Unite*! Pre** from Clam Barton, preaident of the National Association of the Bdl Crow*: “For many week* |>a.*t the Iteil Crow ho* liemi in receipt of letters of apical ami state nients in regard to suffering ami destitution existing among the pioneer settler* of North and South Dakota These aft} tea Is have come to ii* from trusted co-workers aud those who >q»eak by nile as Hutbority on such matter*. \t last they lid amie so urgent that they could ho longer be ignored. Living here at the National capital it wa* decided tcf call upon the senators and representative* in congress from these new-born states of lairs, As one result of the interviews then had, Senator L IL Cassidy of Nort h Dakota wrote to Governor John Miller, informing him of the inquiries of the Red Cram. Under date of Bismarck. Feb. 1H, Governor Miller wrote thanking the Red Croaa for the kindly interest evim*dl and stating that he had referred the matter to Hon, ll T. Helgenwn, state rom in is* loner of agriculture and lal*or, with instructions to give all particulars as to the wants of their people. Under date of Grand Forlv, Feb. 21, Commissioner Helgensen wrote iii part as follows: “There are proliahiy 5,UUU to 6,000 }ieo}»le de}<eml(*nt and a g<*Hl many more who have provisions for themselves, lint need feed for stmak. Considerable help has isnm receive*! fn»m Ht. Paul aud Mini lea jKtlis, also from (.'hi<-ago, and from several slate* east and south, but thus far only enough to temporarily relieve the nee*L* of the destitute, and much more will have to be solicited from time to tim**.11 Commissioner Helgensen aroomlunies his letter with a paper which contains an apijeal to the public, signed by the commimiouer, as follows: “The suffering for want of provisions, clothing, fuel and feed for stock In several counties of North Dakota is un} we* vide lite* I in the state and nee*ls some explanation. The destitution is almost exclusively confined to Die newer portions of the state, where the settlement* date liack only two, three and four year*, except Nelson and Ramsey roun-ties, whieh have been settle*! about six years. These new settlements were, like earlier settlement* of most countries, conqmsed largely of (icnple whose resource* would hare l»e*n heavily taxed to ttuoceed and keep thetuselvea ats>ve want with favorable seasons.11 The story as told by the commissioner, is that of all our new states Good seasons at first reward***! them; every acre was turmsl over for harvesting in I HMH. All npjs*are*l well until August of that year when a severe frost, a thing unknown liefore, kilhsl the ripening grain. It did much damage on the older and better portions of th* stale, but it entirely destroyed the newer sections. The hardy men did not lose their courage, but hired out to neighbors, thereby earning the money nece*snry tor the seed and living of IHM'.*. The unprecedented drouth of la.*t year wa* doubtless felt most s**verely of anywhere iii the West, in the fields and families of the newly settled portion* of tsith North and South Dakota. As Commissioner Helgensen *ays a second entire failure in some section* many }**op!e completely destitute. He adda o bile near by the whole state sufferedfrom drouth, only seven or eight counties need much assistance. Iii this area are the coun-t ic* where the gn*at«**t amount of assistaiire i* tweiel, viz:    Nelson, Ramsey, Benson, Pierce, Bottineau, Rolette and Towner. C'av-elier county will also n***l soma help, a* will Eddy and McIntosh, the tatter in the southern }K'rtion of the state, iii the counties nam'si there are not less than 5,(MIO }>anple diqs'tident. wholly or in part OO outside help. until they can raise another crop, ami a still larger nutnUf will need some asaistaniv* for stock. Most «>f them have hay, lint h"fses and oxen v ill not lie able to work sufficiently to get in the spring cro}»s unless they have grain. The supplies heretofore received are far from meeting the demand, sud provisions are urgently needed. The comities are well '»rg mizefi and *u[»plies are distributed thr<nigh the county commissioner. “The greater care is taken to prevent the improper use of t! se donations. All contribution*. wh**t,her money or {irovisions for clothing, should be forwarded to said rom-missioner at (Rand Forks where the proper division will be made.” Commissioner Helgensen exj>lain* the ron-dition of the state by showing that under its constitution, in taking over pr«»perty and debt* from th** former territory, it has nearly reached the legal maximum of dr*bt that may be incurred. It is therefore unable, a* a state, to raise all the money ami means neces wiry t*» Ripply the destitute. There is no doubt, from all the evi ieme that the jcoplc of North Dakota art* doing the very best for their suffering fellow-citizen*. There is no doubt that the appeals already made have met with warm responses from the Northwest. Rut there is no room to doubt that very much more is needed. The Re*! Cross association has sate fled itself as t* that. Inquiries by ita general field agent ronfinii this appeal aud information as well a* other statement* receive*!. There is no russi with the excellent methods adopted by the state ant bori I ie* for tho presence of the Red Cross on thi* field; but there is u duty before it. aud liefore the people of the sister states as well. The Red Crow* believes that ita duty will iw done if by this authoritative statement* it shall lie the means of inducing subscriptions for the suffering people of Dakota large enough in amount to meet all the emergencies that will arise. There are six months of snort rations, of unclothed human U-iugs, of snedles- fields, with all their attendant privations, vet liefore thew jieople. Judging from past e.x}ierience*and obwrvi-Mons it would appear to us wiser to send money that can be used on the ground under direction of the state official*assigned to thut duty than to sj>end it for railroad freight iii purchasing food or other article* of supplies, tluit may be lietter ami more pro}**riy ole tallied with cash in the hands of those who know where it is most n«*eiled. in this way there will lie a double help secure*! a* the people will thereby ba aided to held themselves. The Red Cross, therefore, advise# that nubsrription* be sent direct Ut H. T. Helgensen, state commissioner of agriculture and labor, Grand Forks, N D. It urges this I*-rause of the necessity, and from a sense of the obligation which all Americans owes to these pioneer brethren who built new commonwealth in the VV est. By order of the executive committee, Clara Barton, President of the American Order of the Red Cross _ A Prominent Ohioan Dead. Zanehvillk, O., March IO.—John J. Ingalls, president of the Union bank of thin city, and well known throughout the country, died at noon yesterday of heart failure, aged 67 yearn I Laces,Laces,Laces GREAT REVOLUTION IN PRICKS. TTT k HAN K tlirce Lots of the most ll/useful and choicest line* of cheap I Laces tlint you ll find iii a long ravel,{and this ain’t all, we have cut the 'rice way below the regular, because we’ve got to*big a stock and wanMo rep-duce it, they range from 2c per yard to any Price you want to pay. Big Lace inducements these. To appreciate these values is to see them and to test .hem in to use them, we know if you'll sc** them you'll buy. You’ll say the? re worth getting at these Price*. Then we »e got three boxes "f*Ribbon I! mount* and have set the Prices at 5c and He .these w< n’t last long after a few custom* rs get their eyes on them. Bibbons are always useful and its a poor hand who can’t work em up into some pretty article of fancy work or patch pieces. ’l h* Latest ami which iN attracting no little attention is our Nml Three Cent Counter its anew idea of ours lust to show how many little useful things you can get for Three cents it* taking well; we’re only going to run it during the month of March. fille, will buy aOentlemen's finn Linen bosom Laundried White Shirt already to put on, fine goods for this Price if you're in a hurry to dress up aud can’t wait for your regular laundry,then come and buy one of these shirt* you'll never regret it, money well invested aud many returns of satisfaction. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has Just received ti full litie^of 0 Wa SII Overcoats tai Trouserings Fullfil to any iii tho city, and at prices that will pay *. " —    <*•    *    •»*,    .    *    ,    rn    'ti.. you to sec him oefoi ct (WjMircha«ing. LADIES! lf you wan* nu easy arui co rn fort able shoe, with a heavy sole, one tfuit will keep \r>ur lout drt ami wa im, get a pair of D. Arms! rung Ar Co * Hand Welt, common sense shoes. They "dl please you.- SULLIVAN & SON, / ' Centra Street.Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe s. ;

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