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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y MONDAY, MARCH 17. 1800. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK ItUI.INO fir rnlint all km is ot hlnnkHi-. the u lehtioi be Mechanical Uc purluicnt o( Dunkirk Printing Com pan al and V K el AMSXVSDEH'S Coal and V K e ar< i Ontral Avenue. uninMU. Nikil All (tradei ol Hani and oal liamber, Slnnjclcs ami lath HIM leliT CorreBponelence lor lou tolirlted. HR. 2B.I anil t entral Artistic Photographer Inntuntanee.iit I'hotoKrr.phi ol u Bjiieiulty -iim r need not wait lor Hiiniihine txci.pt foi talneo. BOOK UUIDKUV- JAMES IKVINO, I'l i pnetor. No 1Kb cmiel nticcl near bur taloatreel, Dunkirk, N i M uini s, M i PamphletB, cte hound in all Orilcr promptly ott LtuiK lioieca ft specialty O VNKIKIi OHStlH KK. Lorucul Oailj in the Coimty Au uiu luullcei uUrcrtismg medium Ll lulineilv oullew 4. nlfc Munufuuluiere ul Kiigmcb, lie ilcr I'lllleyb SlmlllliK Mnnt'eio, etc I'HtUins. h in singe, CadUuga, aucl 4.nclnno lo order usfmKH suncr co., aii, mid .u, Cenler street, Manutuctmcrs al tin and "DunMik" (wrlect shirlB On aale in all leu ling Inrnlshmg, cloUnnfc and dry goods in Uunkirk, Dr. 4.t4 ii il I I J ion dtr ct Dealer lu lour, r ced, all, liuio 1 I'hc s pliau.s.cu. W77 IllE UOIBl- unit Ulliing Maiuun, Union JE4 Depot bao> aeecsn lo all irimib tiiicl bus .iiCutj bouses, btttfc ttcunnuiuilutionB for Cuiu- .acrcml Iiaveleib John J Murphy, 1'reip UiunilWI- Hun! stu-eu tine turuuure, ciibinci ami I'lclui-e t intuu to oruer D. A CO., All Central Avc Leaders ol taahionund Otntlemcin Tj AKKLI- STKAM HEAT1NU CO., Aiauufacturera of Steam Heating Apparatus Santlnry IMuinlnng a bpeiully rrO.HE 8TKA.H LACJJDKX. uur speciallies tino glints, llle ollurc. to, and l.aco Oniuims 1 n c Uelu ery A tt I umuiinfi, Cenlei alrcel K. OKLIM. E Third cur of Uuffulc, Uamifticlunr anel dealer in Fine Hen ts sliews EMiV Weii.l-.B'S >KW STOKE, h Third bU Hooks Musleul In- nnelueeklj KBIICIB, cvcrjlhu g nciuniting tin Ursl emss tiook storo. Seiioc a JOH desciiptionanil at luwvst living lutes li} liliiikirk rrintllig Comptinj, b nnd lu "scecind St. JH. IllIUEN SON, rni 1 He, Accieltul ami ticncial Itisiirnllwii en in Kent h slum and Loiuu I'ttnlcuhu atlentiun (i n I to Ihecire eil iuopert> eullcet irg renla Ac. 219 Center Bt, 2nd HIHM i JO KOE'S JOO Ctncrtti Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Taper I'l nib YVKKIUNS, j. w., jl 20U Center street, iiunulaclurcr amnlc iltr in U u nesw s i l I s Hi ilnlo 11 ill f) 9C1101.TKS, 17 Last llnrel air-it it tailor CaeiiLlemen will un i IL l thoir aeiainUiKc ioeiiliun me) before nmi Inioln, t sevs i I H. J. t'> f i.ii Lion "tiecu Oe ucrnl 11 u w lute- l.t uet.ejila I'uiiutr Sli.M'l ll el'His, Ctliil U. ti ..j MilliamsPa titod nlonrotniuK' KULI-si. sneli blank boeiks, an I ail kinds ol btunks deiue at Uuukirk I'rlntli g Conipunj Maud JO h Sidoncl i 1 UUOU'H UOLUENHAU KK, It tor Hunt and HuOalosta, UiakT ID tiramte, Mnrlilo, Unggmg auu Bui'tbne "stone. Call on tnc IH fore your side-walk r> ISLKV CO., 7 and Front stret'i. Whisky, Wine brui. lies G iteral Liquor store lor ijse Liou street, uunr die depot Boarding, Sale, Feeel and 1 Meilnt Stabling the or neck on reason .1.1 terms. J. Olt'FOKD, 301 Central (L Inaurmce anil liul I si i Airent. tire, I.iui, ai el Live u  C.opp U 8 Ui atent Of- I radc Chirks icg-iattrcd All 1'atent business for moderate Fees Information Vlvtu) and special re fc rentes sent on request Ml fill III 111 110 A can be made 10 WW.W worklDBfwu, Persons pre ferred who fin furif sh a horse and their whole imt 1 1 husinew Spare momentsinay be profit- ibly i al o A few vacancies in tncluiies IS F JOHNSON CO., 100; Mam Richmond, VT An active man on Liberal Sdlarj to nerinuntnUy represent on in orpor ited t j supply, at o operative intrc undi L A d all kinds articles for home in i f ttmly use, in each small city, town, ull iet iWruiil li.nt'. Htioot) w Paid iitica Lredit well rate! Uc re itts Empire Co operative As oculion Lock Box N Y- knovMi ami uuloibd) uinuh HI tin niti stuU fni tlit uu oftittauli ni Jlav I? tv( i or an> that IK ma hut HnouKh tin hrcalhiritf oiirniiH I- jtHi i M IH I tilth ulttir. ltd IK si4 J ii i- A it HOT if SMOKK itAi i o SPRING 1890 F, D, MATTESON WAIT FOR Spring Hat, Saturday, March 1st Call and See Them C. O. Penfold Munufactuier and Impoiter MAIN ST, HUFFAI.O, N..V. DEALRH IN Diiunouds, Watches and Jewelry, C I ii I cnthe i Ciooetn c te A a KA GOLD SJL rsit PLA TING A COMl'J ETK LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STREET, oatte Iroeiuois Hotel. ELYS CATARRH (.ream Balm FEVER ROM WASHINGTON. A FORCAST OF THE WEEK'S WORK IN CONTESS The Senate Will Vote oil the Edu- catlenal Bill Tl HIM to Admit -Vrjomlng and Important Mill Im Direct Tu Kill WASHINGTON, Mnreh 17 h v utto a to continue corsieleratlon of Hi Ii 11 bill thu weak until when a te be had unclei arrangement intuit ilium.; the last seven duys Mi I'lunih bin to the bill nith meas- ure texlar, b it 11 unlil oly that tfaci wnate will apiae to la> it aside 1 hei e is a general to ml of it for it hus e xe Inclrd othm impoi tant I u for sevei al now The fnte of lull is pi obit matlcal Mr'Blan claims thnt it will pass by n small mnjonty Sunatois A1 Inch and Faulkner, who have taken gie.il in eirst in the tion to ths bill, their is ft good major ity pledged against it no aisuied that seveial smatois nho have voted foi the meaauie hsietofoie will agmnst it IJOTT and they are c minting in tke votes of the senatots from tlie new states to defent it Mi Haw ley is booked for a spert h em the bill this week and Mi ts will el ise the general debate It been nfriccel that on 'Ihuisday at 2 o'clock VI i Blaa sbnll be gn en tbc rtooi for an hont to mak n appeal in behalf of the in as tie anil th it de bate on tht aiiipiidmuits slmll 1 c eoneliiited undci the five-minute nilc n the final -rote- on the Blsn bill has lieen taken theie will It ftstiugglo foi pieceelenec) among the friands of seveial impoitunt 1 be iubi oninntU'u having in i liaise the McKnilf} alual ic ni> bill hjs brmi winking b ml i mm it with n Mew to icpoit- liiK It to tlie l i ,i iee> crniiinttec atthciegu lui I itpsdaj mtniing so as to Lot into the set a e in time to it any othei inensiiie- may c Inlin the rights of ultci the Llali bill TIIK APMISSIIIN OF UUIMIMi Amengthe utliei nieaiuiph which will be piassedaie tbe bill ten the nil mssion of Wyoming into the t inon the laeiliciail road funding bill the Shmnnii antitiiist 'nil, and the Ualo lull tor 111 iniiiasior the naralestabh linient Ilu Wciitunu election ca.se will be ic mted to the senate tin Iv next anil it uill blue light ol waj it the committee fee Is elisj e to pi ess it but it I will iiiolubh mei for aweekat least I The mg  I hat the ninnlutio b e n hldcieel with oiirn doe is Jh, siune I m does not i ic it nitu mi h lull t mi I tlie nominations will 1 ke H be i i se ut THI in t- i i -ex m i In thp linusi I i limltix 1 ill thei mias ure thnt e HIM, 1 ti e- le IIL. el i i I k in the house h'stjc. I is In lip hi uuiit nptneen .lleintie i by Hi uidiiuij ei mil lltec some tilts vice k Ihe contested elei tirm enso cl Mud 1 Compt >n ft >m the Pillli M in 1 ell ti i t wlllx Hilled lip oil lllislisoi Iliis if nothing int 11 will U ]i l le n conclusion the Pe] iiblie t: i Im u Hsiat Ml Muilcl Ihoie is i 11 HUM et nn itli i bit tor pnit} simple ou i llnsen.se On Inns da> the election c omimtii c> expwtsto tnke action in >t I e Hue 1 nimn of the lenth iii'im i ilistmt ml then i, a ibunce thnt it will 1 e I i u lit up in the house an 1 clisi i si lei h I n t eel pas is fo-dnv isthr en i i h e inmlttei, me to'iim in, rind hue them dispute 1 e u i -.11] isi u ul the mis lie toe ll on the! lite if UK 1 i i in, ii of I n u in I 11 U pi i lull 'It) tli it th ]l i i i i pi ipl l i tion I ill uill Ii 1 i m I m, f i tM K i ill ni tlllll tho Otlllook Is Illl ,1 Ims) V> k SECRET SESSION LEAKAGES Ihe Heinle! Tclln Ifocv Mnich IT i] >s of the uiMsiuaticin lxmr inn ih Dilpntniu null" ith n t ns u IHL. U >w t tli n ii SI011S 1 ll 111 I I T I'M 1 i ni i seiinte ot a i lei'e i n t i l ieill anil aboil bile e t ill ition toi the ie ins u i i ic vi tl thy s u ees mi the} 1 nsncl eti in his jiui portnn; ti le t ul pioceteliii'-sand 1  bv adopting n on llint th i tie n the state oi Ohio in hum i i i i i 11 M i tion in i hiie'v sj i i n i oielei ol the s jute, t 1 Tribune, to tell where or from whom the} obtained their copy of the tezt of the treaty itself and immedi- ately following that failure, and despite tbe of locks and seals, and checks to 1 1 event leakage, to have the more important document (the treaty conespond- ence) leak into the n iwspapers was a little tex> mue h iherefotean investigation was orcleif 1 nnd one of the first things accom phshfl wns to find out, by the voluntary statement of Mi fiagm that he had lost cop} of the imjiortant secret document in question ilm pel fee t honestj and frankness Itsainied cnticisrn and he was let off with a ilcl though admonition not to do so rnen feel bound in honor never snuicw of their mfejrmation, and all i know anythnig about the affaiin ofneiisiapn men aie aware how im poitant it is they shoulel keeji faith implicitly m all c ueuuistances Iheiefciis it is not at all temuil in this instance, as in otheisthat before the correspon clpfits questie ncd bv the senate investigating conin shoulel have daclmerl to theiisk ot being oonimitfpd by the senate t t then lefusal to the ques- tions i ir pose d to them THE INTERSTATE COMMISSION. An Important Meeting to be N.w Teirk Week. March Coin nierce Commissioneis Si hoonmaker and will h ilel a public session atthefedeial com t i i mis Now Yoi k e tt> on luesclny and We hie eUv Male his and I'l, e immencmg nt 11 n in foi the puipose of obtaining evi den in rpM.iiei to on prnm tians [Kit tc' 1 fi om the est to the senboiuel 1 he interstate commission m an opinion by Coininis-sionei bdioonmaker Satuiday de- cided the C.ISHS biotight against the trunk lines bj f B rimtbei and others 'Illonms ly lite n and Iruui-i H Leggett efe Co of Nc- nk known as the e arload cases, m ot the i nnpUmants Complaint was made of loogie tt bite i elie esm rates chaiged m ui 1< a 1 an I le s.s than cm load quantities 1 license's ei  the i uini mcl the earned ai f elissimilar, and m IN instify n leasonahlc iliffxipuce in i iti Ihe public interests aio subscnod ly ci 1 ni c la s he ati nib ol propcit) that on ne enmt ot the tiatispcn tctl to teach in u kits 01 supplj the demands of tiade tl i nt tho tountrv lebitiniatcly or usiinlh in nes. m sue h rjiiantities n i ie i s me ne t at lit irtv tei ela.ss.lf} prop- ns i 1 is ef ti limitation mtcs and 11 ii i i l 1 nt the} must tl. s nmv have o isi in t e ,1 NlLe 11 si M es an 1 1 infill m then eli t the i latuo ceiualltv and j stiee huh th ic t pieb lilies ist it se i 11 mijeitant element in flxmn tiniispntatiei i tliiuge? an 1 entitled to f ir e e list le i ition 1 nt it is not alone con ti Ilm not si apUleel m piacttee by cai nei mil the -value of the senira to tho piej ijv nan net is an pssontml factor to bo n ill 1 in mnpeti in Mithothei e omiclei ntiotis IIL public iiitetpsts aie not to be si ti lelin ite t to tl i e of can PI'S nnd leejuiro THE GlillAF FLOOD. REPORTS OF THE DAMAGE ARE NOT EXAGGERATED Serlum Crentril Great mid Stock in Being Kaplillj A NcKro f 1 0111 Dm Hi In tlio Nick uf Time NKW OBI BANS, March 17 Times- Democrat Vitksburg lal says A ijeisonsl Msit to Raleigh 01 Pecan Giove satisfltnl youi corrtwixmdent that the repoi ts had not been etaggei a ted as to the eitent of the At 1 o i lock yestel day the tievasse WRS feet or more wule und the end-, caving tapidlv that it waa foolhanliiieHh to them 1 he levee nearly tiftesn feet huh and the immense volume of watei was i ushllig through it in a Rt ream ten feet 01 mote deep The eTfcmt of of wuter it ma) IK, entimntecl by the lui t that m ioni hoius the liver has fallen thiee uicln s at and foul inches at I akii Providence, though rising steadih liefoic the cievasse Assistant Engineer who arrived at the ci evasse last euing, is quoted as say- ing that mi c levasse at any point along the line of the filth levee district could occasion such senons lesullsas the one at llaleigh The steamer Osceola, which took Capt. lllaid Yon ig of the United blat engl- pecrs to (ntpiiville hutlmlny t, WHS due til le Idsl wi'h a qimntity of matpi lal t lx used m holding tha nils of the hvets ihis -w M k will be diipf tod by Engl neeis lli iinpsnit anl Hvdo who will be al- 1 ved use of a pile diiver Tho tug I'aikci anivedatlip in fioni the cievasse and will letuin nt midnight with mateiial and IHOMMOHS Ihe water from the cierasse hnfi bai Url up hoveial inches and flooded It vull overflow fully oiie- f mi th of Fa-st ai i oil pat and gi eater pai t ot isa-s and Madison nansshes The etustu n jiai t of the latter will esc npe 1 hr H ater has not yet reached the Vicks- burg and Pacific lailload and Kill pnibalily not for sevetalilays Ihede hasexi irrd much i nation in these pai ishes an I sloe k is liemg i einoved as fast as possible A fall ot tiva in hes lined at AKatla levee, (ivH miles above tin yusteidai, gtcatly nnpioving the situation theie 11ns levee was consideied in the gientest diiiigei of all heietofoie Advices f i om othPl Louisiana levees and fiom Missis sippi show that the cievasse bus lelieved the on tliem A levee tor, the sobtaiy witness of the bleak at Raleigh says feet of the levee] eavod off at oucc into the uvoi A telephone message fiom I  inches 1 inch at SlupvMths and d indies at. iinnis vi k in the past twenty fetal hours Hem} Huge i eit Uuval Miss, seemgsome house em the Louis nimshoie lloatmg awnv sc lovci m a skiff, the cieviLsse' his Ixiftl over the levees, anel nil hcd the h mses just in time to save a migioului uas in nni nt tnem A moment later tho I nil vvu swept away Ineenvillc, Miss, that there has been a use of tioni 01 c tei tvvi> inches at vari- ous p >ints in this leve1 listtict fiom Teireno to 'I cisville, where i is stutionai Levees, lell ii II- Xt I) iton Houri> Ilia uvoi lose inches levees all in Id IIL, out Biijou Su i -Assi tint atttte Engiiieei Duval c line tioni Ln vaster dij He Kpntst.i niel anel be ott lev'ce s all 1 1, ii an 1 nil necessary laborfaiicl muteiial on hind Hie nvpi lose two inches Inptund. BilsTi Maich patiolmen cap tuieel fom 1 oys, wheise ages aveiagc 10 yeais, while the} vvpie lobbing SH Kuapp htieet al e nt l e 11 jck batut day night They had Mini'thruiiiie'ot 'ut "I1 leatly to1 removal u SUFFERING CHIPPCWA INDIAN6. Bishop FHILABKLPHIA, March 17 -Hight John D D bishop uf North Dakota occupied the pulpit of the cathedral here yesterelay, and made an appeal for aid for the suffering Chippewn Indians m his He said the govei ntneut had stolen 000 acres of laud from them Indiana without giving a cent of compensation there- for The Indians were starving and freezing on 5 000 acres of barren swamps and rooky giound, which would not keep 100 white men alive The lust op gave (let ills of siilTermg which lie had personally witnessed hile visiting these Indiana. The bishop related hta dunug a visit to the Indians when the thermometer was 44 degrees below o The Indian houses are log huts constructed by the Indians themselves, without flooring, and with sheets and quilts covering the window and doorways The crevices be- tween the logs are filled with mud that e i acks and falls out by the summer heat and is blown away by the northern wintei so the occujMints may well lie sleeping out- ude In these huts it is not an infrequent to to flnd six families living Ihose person! cannot make thoir living there They have nevei supplied with proper agi icultui al implements Last spi ing the directoi of tiu Catholic Indian butcau sent twonty-four i plows to these Indians and with these they managed to bieak 800 acies of this virgin soil But there n as no rain and to-day they are destitute, no gi am no food, no< no money, 11MSU Chustians, 1980 ol Ood s childt en are living on this continent to da) on the point of starvation While visiting these people I euteied the house of an eild Indian no food m the house that but thete weie team and despei ation A pool old InJiau woman had a puny sickly child m her aims bhe wept foi joy whan she saw me, thinking God had sent i elief to hei (hildien bhe showed me child There not a pound of flesh on its bourn I am Hire that child In dead I am not easily moved, used aa I ain to si cues of unset f in lai ge titles, but I could not but ct y on that OOCUMOII In one coi uer of the lejom theie was a tiyeai-old boy nnothci was c lying by the chimney plate, tiying to waim hisshironng foim, while an old Indian was kneeling by the Ilio-place piobably vowing vengeance on the white rae At miotltei hovel a ixwi olel man of 8fi )eai-s was h ing on the giouud dying of eonsi'nip ion, no one neat him but his poor old wife, nhokncltovcn him with a rosMy In UPI hands tot to take hei husband Night was netting in no light, no e andie no one tfl sa) a kiud TVOI d to the pool olel couple and this in a (hiistmn countiy m the United St ol Amei leu, the land of theticp the land of plenty In nnotlici heivel I feimiel thechildipu with nt clothing, gnthe i  000 to these tl W to each one This aim unt is SJM. nt m fiom an I fat poi k and dis tnbutpd among UK in I lie poik is sicl en- mg 1 If vvoulel IK t have believed tho truth of the slot i( 1 hud not witnessed it Duimg tho eighteen months pievious to the 1st of Jauntily is'il, out of M Indians 1UU died Dm ing tho month of January Inent) spven died Inise eleaths aie almost m vatiabl) of staivation The wonioii aie almost univeisally clad in one them anil let it be said to then (icdit that not one was fiom tho little puiish church on Sunday 1 he icv erend speaker closed by appealing to tho ceMigiegation tx) extend to tliese jjooi lie n imlortunate tionoltnei subsUim a foi the i elief of these pool fneiiuiis di U 1C t ECS th in] it i nent )f tiafflc le i e m i it s upon eatlonils anel lesstb n m loads of the snme niPKhanilise tietvv e thp itiio points of coil lage so wiele is t i lostiietlve to eompHht! in between 1 i il sniill deal rs csnccially upon ar- ti 1 si fj icnl neecssaiy IISP, mid ninth un- clu he ex tim, con tin ns ol lia le fuinish a In v nm etbniiissto can lei s H unjust anel ti thcpiovisi us of the act 1 II nine ill iiitis loi a solid c-al load of one I m I it hei lit fiom one cous gnor to otto e i i 1 a i ai load ejiiantity fiom (In sime i i f li pinent to the same i ef bttle or I 1 c hara tei fiom morej than ini to one consignee ol ho none "i i' l t i mole than ono ce is not pst i 1 In the diftemice niceistol handling I nl i thp elite ml classitic itiolis the atticlcs 1 i m tin IP as gioeniy aitielcs aie so tus toelisiiiminite imiustl) m rates- I u n e u loeels a" 1 less than carloads nun in iv nihclps, nnd a ipvision of the i ill 11 v.n 1 i ste s to coi rect unjust dlf nid t'nes Ihpsf ipspcc tup modes of i s mejie ipl Un icasonuble latesis u v and is se u kitd u e 1 iti n lij the i eMi nevvspnpe i il eiv in ie esjjondents to ma i m npcn vv 1 t h imiticlfifltippliedinto each nostril ami p-rns ihlc 1'mi cents at Druggists, by mail t is bLY Warren h nti tcn Or the Llqior Habit, If MMIRISTUIM H. HAIKT Hllll SKtlFlt. It cm be given In cup ol er or In ar> tides ol without the knowledge of the per- 3on taking tt; It IB absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, vrhethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck IT NEVER FAILS, GUARANTEE a complete cure In every instance 48 page booi Addires In confidence, SPECIFIC CO. IB6 RICI M., dcnce foi its violatlc n e f i gai d of it, afterwaid e that in POI ment ami ap foi his eilfenso no tin th i upon fit tit AtUJthl I IllstnilCO V Is term ot henatoi la i Hiscopj ol the ui i the til V LSII lost and senile (it LitiLilt lied t ic 1 contain d Ibis ,i i senatoi 1 o hn I n flcatii n Ihe v te ll e v i i pel Messis i 1 i I t s n t n ill" ant m 1 elisie nn liattl .Is aelo 111 1 MOH i the a knowleil 1 bv sen iteir e nsuie be mflle ted Ilio liiillelei- el o imatigH. Ainu u le t b 1 tl wni e! pnilm nt fioinvaiious ttcis s theie is an} nppro i iti n n ilnllo t i iy the. eviwnsps of veil nils i i- tbe 1 all in 111 ot Ullca 1 i II i i ,11 ot null in irteiitit} li e i In len0ht Iheie is m. tin I vail ble foi thntpuijoe Ujion tli I'i s ot ire Cliiikamnuga pnik bill v In h i i leel eaih m the sumniei, I'lciisvv I IK nt tilth fie .el toe orifel with all v nn ivlii will i theie to assist in i t oil hi i tho In cs I mil then the tun i 1 n efn ti is the field would be cntiiel rinsteel f p no one can be theie to n ake anofluiiii e.iilct the mfoi mation hei eel 01 toiflKiiliv imik p >mts which inyht be ilesigiinti'd bv tl c isitmg veteians A "tramlintt DP il KIMSTOV N 'In Ii 17 Thp Romei and i sten ill it iipi.nv his pin c h ise el ft im the i in Mc i i K it c i up mv the ,u n ll it l nfhe of the lartei I etuceil 11 nulo i in i v >oik IhcCoi iKlle nipnn Its in led en the tiaflie foi iv ve i Mi I i i anl I) liw tie tail t 1 will nt line til nm i ims uo meet the 1 u s I cteifeie ih IP i no tiuth in 1 c 11 m n ilmt (_ neb eoitijiim H nego- t f li I u hie if ih wbmg and ilbi n 1m 11 -t c uis ol Icaelpipp flip} tin names ut delude "Voting, John Harkius and Foley Ihe boys ad miltcel Ijiinkmi? into fom otlwi [jlnces nitliinu weeks nnel stealing lead the let i om The} vv ill he an to da} II In Hewing Denllrd (TITIIKIF I T, Maich 1'hc piesident's pioclimntn n oideiing all settleis on the Che-ie sued i tltit to vaiate is having the ele- Aliead} a ponsiclciable nillnbei h ive lett tile foi bldiien Uiritoiy Icngthi tiains weie loa led with bootmis Inavt the sti ip Man> pool people who ili cUcd ths sti ip nuclei the liiipiession that it was to se tlemuit, have no means to ictiunnnl iiriuint eie uutll the tioops pscoit them out Qltlet Mt The Chlomrle fiom Aj ea i epoitevei) thing quiet in fsnmoa King MiiliUoa hai, not yet foi med a pel rn iiient govet nmtiit prefci ring to wait u itil the ai rival of thi, new chief pro vile 1 fen in the fipilin tioat) The wipcks ol 1lip In ntoii an I ail lalia the hitboi tha tidal cuii ents being diveited at tnnps fi om the iiatunl and diiven n itli gi cat foi e c against the shoi e ISittcn a Mad NEW YoElv, Maieh mad dog ran tin ongh the sti ePte yestei day and bit two IWTS and a nun The annual was finally kit1 el apoliecmaii Thelujined peisoiis had then wounds diesged at The d 1 icl lice n made mad by some boys who e ti >ked it with u lope It rnti aliout four miles, ami is thought to have bitten a uuni- bei tt pel sens but the coses of only three wei e i e ted I lixieleel HnrNeflnitli Kr Maieh 17 Wowlbnrn stud has been sol 1 Hai i inian .S: T} vine; of Burnt ton n, M u inn e i, tiint e olt, by Haiull et in IV K> hv Km H m and H l.tlld i Iiuttlettl hv Yomi Tun Jin i lid Horn by Mam bilno Patchen Hi j 11 e ait pi ivate i >ns 1 Saturday morn U one Stockings also Kim le 1 elm ing the Hani hn i t la m_ i l e !y l i u i t i tie i it i u >f tho i t i inoi ti i i ibi it to i m 1 b 1 e "U a h 'NLW. (Hi s Mu h Cleveland h ih. It nif In i lench 1 luirciuii t toienoeu and in tin nftci noon the} pi game which le Chi 000 i 1 0 0 3 I le-ielind 0 t) i 0 0 1) 0 0 0- J i 'lemiiiil I in hr i sus r moiia1 I JP i vt ii cl jM riaglH Mm i dt Ii a pd i lav lie' liiMtcil h IT -The Me- i by H d was (AIAIS Me Mnicb 17 wo spruce ganj mills, vith two lath machines belonging tt James Mm chip Sons at Mil'town, were bum d at a m A hemlock mill ailjomtng was somewhat damage d I he origin of the In e la unknown Loss Jack Trust rhai lemon CHAHIKHTON S C eh mei- rmv was down to 24 clcgiees hero yesterday morning It is fiaied gieat damage has been elone to the ti nek 11 op It is the first haid fieeze here this wintei A hooiter Slink AFF N J aich schooner Nellie Paine fto-n Lewis Cove Me with 1< e fei Fhilaitplphia, sunk while at anchor teida) iitar shoals The ciew landed at Cape Point ce i c j jueieiits of the Now VorK Fire In Boston BOSTON, Maich in the People's Dr Piston of j storage warehouse, 124 Norfolk avenue, IV n 01 k ]n ac h n th rrmu Mrs Har- caused damage to the extent of '500 to fur- nsrn Mrs Russell Hani- nitnre and to the building Spontaneous sou M ei e among those- pi e.uut. i combustion waa tbe cause FIVL MEN DROWNED The Nail rate of a I'uily ol Shipwrecked BAIIIMOIIB, Marth Sun'sspecial tiom Noifolk, Va sivs 'Ihestciimei Dcllance aimed hoieyistei da) atteinoon from Bait mien e Capt liut- gess ts tint on passing York bpit light bouse jentpnltt) nioiiimg be saw aschoouei n-sbore and sunk on the spit About the same time a yawl boat was seen containing live men leaving the si and pulling tor the lighthouse 'Ibo wind was blowing with teiiilic foice and astbp boat appioaclied the lighthouse it thiown against the piles and swampod ond all live men wtre thiown oveiboaid The men giHspwl the non tods of the piles, but the waves dubbed over them sotuiioush that t hey w soon overpowered fell off anil vvcio ebowned A shoi t time af tei wai d a boat had been lowei ed f i om the lighthouse and a man waij seen to descend a pile and jump into the boat which in getting loose immediately ilntted away The Defiance promptly i an up alongside the di if ting boat and thi ew the man a line and he w as haulml fin board lie pioved to be James U Hurst, the second k  iccotercd, Are has broken out afiohh m the rums A daiiKhm of the late oldest member of tin- house of iiiiiiinoiu, Chrmtophei Talbot, has out of one of the largest fortunes in 1') .land donatnl for the relief of w 11. v s nm IP Mich by the Morsa disaster Un doe kci soli sti Ike at Lheipnol arebe- inniiiii; boiMe ions Though saloons within tin mum tpil InnitH are cloned BniulayB, in tint siibiubs were open yeateidny, find vvcieilhi for many a noisy IKS. lulling Tho sti ikere i piniiin flrm and it vvns nnnnimoiisly agreed yesterday con iiiitn ilu light A BAVAUIAN LUM1IKK Till KT 'I he lumbermen of Bavaria and tbe upjmi pi ovinces of Austria have formed a close i onibinatiiin with a-iiew to enbancing the pi lec of then pioduct I he ciibe t ot Kmpeior William coramniidlnK th ill in itmrnt of common soldiers by iniislieil has borne good finit I In not iliie iiistuuco is that of Ijtcut llxhsnmili has tic-en impiisoned at fiip-Im on a loin mouths sentence for e iiielty to 11 pi iv lie (tieinl.lll AoDUMra. 1 Mm ill Randolph hint lull ie int sjioeicli agaimit the recep- tion unell report bag boon pnbli-liixl In a note added to It Ixird Raiiilulnh says the charge of disloyalty which some paitlsans have brought against him illicit mm c loi elbly be urged against thoee v li ie 11 ii pni luiment into the ol the lommission, a measure which, as blmwn by history and results, has ob- dealt a heavy blow to tbe conserva. live ttMtv and imi ty union Ills chief objec- tions to the si hi'ine wore the offer of n c onnnihsion of Inquiiy was to a large ti nt a recognition of tbe wisdom of the an used in avoiding a tiial by jury, second, Kwasuni'i e-iilcntod, unwise and Illegal to c judges of tbe in a political con- flic t '1 he certain result of no doing was to i ausc a IONS of respect feir the bench. Tlio French Cublnet. PAIIIH Maich 1? new cabinet, an at Mi si aiinotmced, has been modified M. IVbot is to Iw unnlstei of foieign affairs tn plae ei of M 11 installs, who takes the port- lion and M Horn-goo IB becomes minister ot cducul ion instead of interior M Bttinne is assigned to the mimstiy of the colonies. Iheoluei members HI unchanged Tim Now HunKiirlan MlnUtry. BLIDA 1'f.sTH, March 17 new Hun- gai inn nilnisti-y u officially with Count v as premier, in plane of H> 1 I ho premier aim usumes the port- olio of luc mlviioi M Bethlem becomes inimstei of oKiicnJluie, the office formerly held by Count With these exe-ep- tio.is tlio pe'i-somiPl of tbe cabinet is un- c handed Tnist to the coming of new to tulgewhal ye elinll wear.-variety whattlic worl.l wants Just imivc-ct n lot ot Men's and Boj't Velour Shins worth 50 cts. which will soil at 87 cts A beautiful line of novelties mjewelry. Sleeve Buttons. Col- lar Buttons, Scarf Ping, Nock- laces Broaches OuK IMns, Ear all with of bcsl ImmlutloB stones in Holl (Sold not the cheap tar- nish kind Ladle's Medium Weight Cotlon.Klbbcd Vests only 10 cts Childfcn's Fancy Past Black Ribbed Uose wortlT 15 cts for cto Best line of of Aria Shields only 10 CU 12{ cU and 15 e In Old faehiotied lincu Note Paper only 5 cts per dozen, and Bquare BuvelopM to match at a els for package of 35, Ibti Paper and Envelopes if sold In box form would sell for 25 cU A Special lot of White and Cream En- for 3 and 5 cle a pack of 85 en- velopoe. Latest Novelty in Fancy Box Linen Note Paper for IB worth 80 A Limited lot of Fancy Box Note Pa- per for 5 cts School Tablets only SJ eta School Crayons only 0 cU per box Extra Large Writing Tablets Superior Quality Paper for 10 cts Large Boxes Fancy Paints only 10 cts Ladies Corset made of super- ior quality muslin only els New Style fancy Novelty Braids very Pretty Designs Beet Quality anel finest assortment of Black, While, marble and Colored Table 011 Cloth rs wide.only 28 a yard Fancy Linen Torchon Laces all and tho greatest variety of designs only 8 cts 2i eta 8 els., 3} cts 4 els 4} cts. to 31 cts per yard tbc choicest auort- ment in the City Anew and attractive assortmeut of the Celebrated P ntcmcri. Mounquet- airc, Suede Gloves equal to eight tons in all the best sixes The most desirable Patterns in Ham- burg flouncings at 89 els 45 and 55 per yard these are worth your see- ing UA fine sclci lion of Infants' fancy em- broidered White Flannul Skirtings at tbe low price ot 75 els cts. and 91.85 per yard, these flannels sell for jiut about oncshttlf more In other Infants' and Children's and for 85 to 18 50 each Latest Styles and favorite colors ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received n full line of at prices that will pay jou to him befoi purchasing. The ot COB! LONDON, Maieh 17-The miners' strike will, it u thought, be of short duration But even a short stoppage of operations will serious del anKeiiivnts of Industries If the strike lasts one week, scores of fee- toi ten will o lo be shut down, tbi owing many thousands of peivong out of work Pi ices of coal am advancing lapidly The VUUHK Pretender Makx it Rtatcment. PALIS, March 17 Due d'Orleans has Issued a statement that be opposed the peti- tion to President Carnot for his release and Hudson Open. KINGSTON, N Y March 17 b an- nounced that water will be let into the Dcla- n .ie and Hudson canal to-day between High falls nnd tidewater at bddysville. This is P u 'lei tnuji usual, anel IK done to accommo- dut the cement manufacturers in the Ulster cement elwtrict who, owing to tun mild weathei, have run their works during the winter and have stock on hand which they want to get to market Tbe date is not yet lued (or the regular opening of the cnnal for i ho season No freight have been an- nounced, but it is believed they will be about the same as last season. Boatmen are niuioualv awaiting the rawmption of navi- gation A Sailor Armted for Await. March Mittc Cbaileai Flood of the schooner Walker Arm- ing ton was arrested Saturday (or assaulting First Mate Edward Huber with an Iron bar hist Monday. Huber's condition b critical Flood left tbe schooner as soon at she arrived In port, but was fount in a saloon. United States Commissioner DouchM remanded Urn for tr.ai LADIES! If you waul an easy am! comfort- able slioo. with a heavy sole. one that will keep jour feet dry and warm, get a of D. Aimstrong To's Hand Welt, common sense shoes ------They will please SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, lTTSBURGH, PA. Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. 1EWSP4PERS nFWSPAPFRI   

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