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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 21. REPRESENTATIVE HJSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK NO. 41. RULING MACHINE for ruling oil kinds ot blanks is the latent aiulitioi' t' Department ol Dunkirk UEXANDKK-8 Coal and Wood Yard, M- Central Avenue, opposite Nickel I'lau All rradoi ol Hard nml Soft Coal Lumber. Shinirle. ami Lath. Fro. CorrBtpon'Uroee lor wholesale lott loUeiled. Central Avc Iiuuntanenur O B> OmrOKD, K3 and D, Artlltio Photographer. Iiuu Photographi of Babies a specialty. not wait for sunahme except foi SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 uJ'KJDDAKT CO., I'atent Attorneys, 615 7t I) C.npii. I" a. Patent Ol ilt-o riitcnts, C'iivciits and Ke Issues securer l'itide Marks lettered. All I'utent biisine.s for inodurute Fees. Inlnnnutmi: andppcciul references sent on re.jues iiu be m.id ferrctl who can furnish n horse and give their who] imt- u. the business. Spare moments may he proli employed al-o. A ftw vacancies in town imUlties, Ii. K. JOHNSON i CO., icxx, Mai Richmond, V... rmon Elders' Book Dtrawtu, milled a. Crouch, aa St.. BW X ROOMS TJ FENT In the Merchants Hunk In. lime of Jacob Wirtncror Knink May. OOOK BIMDBRT-JAMBH IUVINO. i-ro- 15 prietor. No. 18 E. Second street, near ffio Mrect. Dunkirk, N. Y. Mi. etc., hound in all styles, ordcrt attended to. All work guaranteed. BDHCIUWR CBOCKKKY HOUSK, 308 Central Wboleule and reuil dealer in 1 1 ported anil '.tomCKlie Glassware, Ac.. 1HAB. H. HABK1S. iil Contra) Avc. Vy lUBuraace, Life, Accident and Fire. Before traTehne insure rour ife in the ohl reliable rrravelers'." U.uil Estate AKUJU. Lomon necotiateJ on HOTEL, Itutea. per duy. Boai-ding BUtble in coiineetiun. Victor Unler, 38B and 337 I. ion street. t lITV BARHKB SHOP Chas. Naglc, I'rop., Shore National Hank, conic. Center and Third atiecu. A fine stock of Foreign and Domestic i.igars. 1OMKUM SON, 838 Cenuii Practical nonm-sliwirs. fun. .iumuoution interlertng boraea. Hhoeiug of roa.l M4 trotting specialty. SPRING 1890 F, D. MATTESON cfc OO. 1> UNKIBK EVENLVO OBSEKVEK. Larffeat Daily In tbo County. Au unequalled advertising medium. UdiKIKK KNGINEEKLNU COMPANV Formerly selluw A Hopple, ol Eugmes, Ifi.iler-, Pulleys, Hingere. etc. fatterns, Caibnga, and Machine Work to order. 1XVMKIKK 8HIBT CO., ill.') and mi Center street. Manufacturers ui the "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" Drew Shirts. On sale in all loading luniidliing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk, F. TOOMEV. 484 and 436 L.IOU stroet Healer in Flour, Feed, alt, lialed llav.riioa- ithatet, DIC. 1877. i. IUB HOTJSL and Saloon, Union Cl Depot. access to all trains and biu- uuew Jloat accommodations for Com- nercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, I'rop. tULERS CO., m Tnird street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- aoliteriug. Picture Frames nmue to onler. WAIT FOR D. MATTK8UN CO., U01 Central Ave., liMdenof Fashion and Oentlcmun OutlHten-, H AKKI.I. STEAM UKATLNU CO., ot Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. [TOMB STEAM LAUNDRY. Our apecikltiea: Fine Shirts, IDc; tlolltirs, Jo; Cuffa, Lace Curtains. Free A W. Cumminga, 2v7 Center street. n a UEUM. B. Third St., cor. ol Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine tioou> A Hlioea BNBT WEILKK'S NEW STOKB, Itki L Third at. Books. Stationery, Musical lu- and Weekly fn-.c-i anil uerutming to a Ural clusn bonk Schoo. books a specialty. JOB PKTNT1NG ol every description tin.) at lowest hnng rates by Company, 8 and IV E. second St.) JH. VAN BUKEN SON, Flrn l.ile, Accident and General Insuracca in Heal Estate and Loans, rur.iriiiiu attention paid to tbe ol proper! j collect- Ing renta Ac. 219 venter at.. 2ml floor. o HOE'S PHAKMACY, Ol 300 Central Avenue doadqnwtera Ior Paper I'an.ta. oils, Ac. J. 409 Center street. Manufacturer ami dealer in Hat ness. Buffalo Holies, florae OoTera Glovea Mittens and Sleigh Itohrs. T) SCHO1.TK8, r. 17 Kail Third street. PaabionableTailor, Gentlemen iln.lilti) their advantage to call on me lie fore purchasing lfc CABY CO., SOS Lion street Ueneral llar.iw.ire.WhiU> l.iHi.l.OilB.P.nnwr's Supplied, Ml Clullis, Urat. te Ware. A apecml- tr'ol Sherwik W ilbami Pa." t and Monroe ranice. aiicli blank-hooks, and all kioiUol blanks done at Company, 8 and 10 K. Second MOLUENUAUEK, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sts., DealMr In Granite, Marble, Flagging and BnUding Stone. Call on me before buying your aide-walk. _ __ B I8LBY CO., 7 and 9 Bait Front street. Whisky. Wines, Braudiea. Liquor Store lor Family Use. M'KAT, H. Uoo street, near the depoL Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by tbe clay or week on reasonable ternu. ____ I, OlFVORD. SOI Central Ave. Uj, .General Insurance and Hen I Kstiiu ireJLUe, Accident. an.I Live Stock Prompt attentioi Estate. n to buying Third Market. Salt and Bmckidl LaM. Oysters and Poultry. ______________________ r ATOHB8, JBWKLRY. Bur tbe Aurora Bailroad Watch. -Fit. Third at. nriL HOCKBK. Merchant Tailor, PROFESSIONAL. R. T, KOLPH, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Drug Store. Telephone No. 9. am be left at Lvon't. Spring Hat, Saturday, (Vlarch 1st Gall and See Them BUM'S HOl'ES BUsTliD. HIS EDUCATIONAL BILL IS DEFEATED IN THE SENATE. of His l.HKl.-Kl Beaten by a Very .Small M.i.i'.illy. He In Not Dliuxmraeed llou.e Mr. Com pi on and Mr. Knulnens. WAKHIVHTO.V, March SI.-In the senate yesterday, after Mr. Cockivll presented tho protest of ih i I'ork J'ackcis' association of St. Louis afriinst the liill fin- the of meats, which was referred, the educa- tional bill was laken nji After brief re- marks Mr. Blair rose to close, the debate He, looked upon tbe wlucat ion ot t IIP colored penple as Ihe solu- tion of the race question. Hut the white constiluted the jircut maxs of Ihe, na- tion, and on their condition tbe future of the United Slates, and on the future of the I'nited Slates the lutme of tbe world. The senate then proceeded to vote on the lull and amendments. The tirsi vote was on the three unien.lnielits offered by .Mr. Moody of South Ilakota the effect that, Ihe illiterate amons the Indians -hall be included in Ihe calculations Air. Jilair said that there "as no objection Lo the amendments. Mr. Edmunds took the of speaking to the amendments m order to de- fend (he constitutionality ol the bill. Ilo asserted that there was'no moral or lerjnl obsta.le m the constitution to the lull. Ilo favored I he bill for the elloet it uonld Imvo upon Ihe new stales, and also south- ern In the latter il Mould dimmish the ti lotion between the ignorant blacks und the mtelliecnt aiisto, rn. y. He Hint when the poor colored people came know a litlle more they Mould sre that Ihe land ouner, the man ot edllcalion and jjioperlv, was- then- best friend and that it v.onl.1 Iw iK'tter to entrust him v, ith Ihe administra- tion of loenl uH'ans than lo entrust it to ignorant men. .Mr Mooilj-'s, amendments uere agreed I... "i'liesenale then jn.ii-i.eded to vole on Ihe 'hird reading and engrossment ol Ibe lull the vote uns concluded und it was II.OHII that it, had re-ultcd iiKamM the bill Mr. lllalr cbuii'ztd bis vol.. from ycu to nav.   pcrum- uentli elrurcilor U'iih, Ini II will tl.e [i .lu-v ol tin- mil mn without being obliged t.. m-Klifv his notions on the advice of any mini-tor. 'I lie Socialists are passive for the lime Lenig, nient ol the new government's policy, hut their leaders say tlun expect no concessions from unv ginermnent of the picsent em- IHii'or BUILDINGS MUST COME DOWN. Slmkv HALF THE STORY TOLD. Testimony for the In th. Flack All In. NEW YORK, March H. Smith was the first for the prosecution in the Flack trial yesterday. He waa the hus- band of Margaret Smith. He had kaown Flack for twenty years. He saw him at club house on Long Island at the time of the exposure. He said something to Flack about the advisability of getting Mrs. Raymond out of New York, and Flack gave him for his expenses in getting her away. Wit- ness subsequently saw Mrs. Raymond and took her, together with his own wife and the boy Eddie, to Sehenectady and to Amster- dam, where he left her. fins Hoe.ler was recalled. He overheard a conversation between Mrs. Flack and a gen- tleman whom he recognized by his voice aa Will r'lack. 'I'he ludy said: "What are you doing IVhy don't you go buck to New York; You know all 1 wanted was a atiou The gentleman answered; "Well, I know that. You know father was after me all time." The latter part of the answer was stricken out. On cross-fl.xamination Roeder said he was a World reporter and had been ordered to Newburg, a dispatch hin ing been received Jh-s. Flack lias there. W. S. Wright was ihc next witness. Ho testified that Meeks had told bun that his (Wright's] father need not worry about the cu-se; that he would be protected' an an attor- ney of record James, H. Connolly testified that Meekn had asked him if Mr. Wright in town and upon Ins answering no, had said: "That's right; let him keep out of town and keep his mouth Anyhow he is only an attorney of record and will see that tbo matter is bushed up. On being omss-exatnined Connolly saldthia was the only time Meeks had spoken to him He was a clerk in Wright's olllco and had himself drawn up tho uflldavit to the above f not s. He did not know how the proseciiliou gol hold of the atlidavit. Charles U Fosdick, foreman of the grand jury in 18.HU, testified that the Flack, mid Mueks had given some testimony the grand jury after a caution hoi been administered to them. Mr. Mecks wan m error if he understood that what be test! litd at that tmio would not Injured in a crim mid priMvtitiun against him. The pr isecntion here offered in evidence tbe oaths olfi-red to Ihe delm Innts. Jerome Brady, stenographi r of the grand jury, testilled that had taken down the NEW' YORK'S LUNATICS. THE ASSEMBLY PASSES THE INSANE BILL, 69 TO 50. A IJvely tlin Snpportett of mi, "Sickly A.yl.im Bold Up Kxample State IiiHtltullnni.. ALBANY, March the assembly yes- terday the insane bill was discussed at length. Mr. Deyo opposvd tbe bill, snvim; inotiilieni should not be carried away by Iheir si m- pathies. If tho counties were not mid, adequate provisions ior chronic iiaupcr in- sane, tbe state board could remove ibe in- sane to state asylums, lie thought tho asylums were overcrowded and abuses should be corrected, ncheJdupWngliunihinasyhim aa an an ful example and read olliciu! reports in- county asylums. Mr. .Muse held that county carp was testimony liefore the grand jury del e and idem ilied a transcript of all teslmionj taken during that session of the grand jury Monographer Brutly was the first witness sworn a tier recess He read the testimony giM'ii l.j tho elder Klnck before the grand jury. Klnck was questioned as to the abonts.it Miss Kuynioml. but he could not she was at Ilic ttme. He said that tell Hlicr the idea of set I ins a- divorce occurred to him ten or twelve years ago There had u conspiracy agahist Ins wife, Wlml she had wanted was to moid publicity in the divorce case. Klie had consented to everything, anil evcr.i thing b.....i rmtmilly agreed upon. At the conclusion ol readme; of this testimony tlw distiiet nttorney aimounced thai Ihe prosecution rested. The ik-fciis, to-day. Mr. Km, ituek. BKMIIKH POINT, Drr-KiNO (Ji.un, Md., Marai llarrison spent yester- cl'iy between the shore nnil the club house, 'lit into the blind at with his at JinllHiiltpollft That Are Slid fluse. iNniAXAKii.is, March board in, spectors nsseinbled to examine the buildinRs gun and waited for the wary on either side of tlic Uouen-Merrill lnulding duck. In hall an hour bis patience, was ro- deoided that the UVsou and Sloun block's I A slunk1 pair skimmed along the will have to be torn down, and piepiiralionsj and rested almost in front of the 'Pl.....-......'..... marksman popped el t.i Ihe Hlml.. .Mr Mudd then und an oatli oi'ulliir umid mi.ch applitus. galleries Mr Jloirow of Cn'ifor house go mlo further c.v pruition bi 1'J: un', -Ml. mils .7.1. is l-j rl'lle CnlimnlU house a. 1.1 p d took tlie npiilanse fioln the iia moved the done, h dividual the committee were be- dlu r. esentatives of the various in- teresis tint will lie affected by the bill. A In delegation of IViston shoe men entered protests features in the bill. Tin-smelicis and reliners were on hand to inv change from tbo decision of Totnrj of Ilic treasury, nlloning lead c. me m free when mixed with silver, nhi-h c'.e-cdsthe lead ore m value The pi. u of placing a duty on lead ore is still in and was considered without re- fill by the Republican members of the com- iiitlcc si Most of the time spent iu onsul.nl. u, v as devoted to the duty on raw the s( ores I are lie ing made to do so. The rcur half of the Becker block, yet standing, uill bt. pulled doun first, and it is thought tbiil it falls the Sloan block will tumble also Mayor Sullivan has decided that all buildings sup- posed to be in a shaky condition inu.sl m. j spected, and all that are found !o I will lie torn down. The wreck of the Rnu-en-Mcrrillnnd Becker buildings had cooled siillioiciitlv yeslcnhiy to allow workmen to resume operations, but it nos decided to wait until all po.ssibiht les of another accident had been removed hoi ore renewing the search for Kin-man WoodrufTs body. Woixlrnff's widow is iu a slate bor- dering upon insanity. Khe bore up bravely under the news of her husband's death und r.xiiiestod that his remains be brought hero rather than tuken txi Ever since Tuesday in..ruing the nomaii has watch i d without taking n'I, for the re- mains of her husband, When told curly yesterday morning that nnother l.uiMillg had fdlleii over liis Imdy her u.i cmsli was heartrending. In spite of the ad. u-e of lov- ing friends she continues her watch for her Iwloved dead. I he A OoMPI.r.TE OF HOLIDAY GOODS Itai-ca. he 11 sloppv II M VIX STKUKT, Troouoip Hotel, Ollltenl.ur Nrw Y.-l.K, 1 t- iioiu'e, vi r, mud ll.-s.dis: 1'irsl ni-c, "i Ciulim Hi- t, mile BU Second race, selling, (i1 fu man tir.st, Penclcs sc. time. I Third race. mil.- (m.-n Freedom lilt -si Fom-lli nuc, st llr-t, John .lay second. Pvnn- d, time, icl: third; den lii-4. 1 Im rs 'inlc: Minnie Hay Il.irn.iol third; time, Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Curet) AtMIHISTEIimO DR. HAIRES' ODtDEK SPECIFIC. II can be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tides of food, without the knowledge of the per- aon taking It; It Is absoi utelv harnitcsd will effect a permanent am! speedy cure, tyhethei the patient Is a moderate dri nker or tin ailr.uhollc wreck. )T NEVEft FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in evei viustance. 4spagehooi I SPECIFIC CO.. t 8D Rat? St.. Clncliuiall.fr "ELY C i earn Balm Cleanses the Nasal Allays Filth live, selling, foi vcai-old.. i mile: I'-est fust, Priscilla second. Lottie third' time, 52. Sixth race, mile: 'Wnmlermont first, Bay Kidge second, Hlackstone third; time, Didn't Him. CYNTHIANA, Ky., Vnt.li '.'l -Two years ago Ben (ituel ol Station, this county, deflaudcd several of that neighborluiod of sung sums of monev bv negotiating for stock and makim: pnvmen't with bogus checks, (.'lose upon the heels ot Ills misdmls he lied to the of this state an.I did not return .inli] a feivdms since. His two years' absence did not efface the old him lor his wrong doing, and bo was seirxil by a mob of nlnuit twenty persons, taken to a grave yard near- by and banged. New OrlealiM Raceg. Xi-.u ORI KAN-S. March races resulted as follows: 51; furlongs: Somerset first, Lndv lilackburn second, Crispmothird; ti I O'n4 S-' -onil i ace, I :ui i.m Pouith :.ime, n mile: Semaphore first, Ib-cly John tbird; time, mile Floriiio flrst, Pete tess third: time, 51. ,ce. I mile and yards: Ormie iii-t ''mil, hill Clink second, Bonnie King third, I'lllh r.icc. i mile: Castilliaii first, Lex- ington S second., Lucille third.; time, 50'.J. H Hi TKV lllEt'UU -FEVER A particle applied into ench nostril and ia tne agreeable. I'riee M cents at Druggists; bv mail the bank had com. ELY BBOTIIKUS.M Warren oreet, New York. Tilt; Trial H.-cun. TOLKDO, 0., March SI.-The taking of tes- timony in tbe Tjamb trial ye.terday. Bit-hard Brown, the Voimgstonn merchant whose name was signed to the j'w.ixio of notes, denied that he ever signed the notes or ever mcMhe madame or Lamb. Mrs. Near- ing of the First National bank related how ie into possession of the oo YOUR LA M P CHI M N Ey S YOU GET THE WRONG SORT; THE CALLED PEA RllillCrti' by GEO, A, MACBETH' PrTTSBUftStf, w.srnu.in Mine Fire. AsniAxn, Wis., .March Hurley, Wis., special says: Smoke is still pouring from No. -haft at the finrmania mine, shoivm it to bo still on tire In-low. The s hope the llanie-s will not enter tlw moms and drifts, Imt will smother out in the shp.fts It is impossible to ascertain the evict amount of damage until the fire is out and th" mine cleared of smoke. No further ntio'iipls have been made to find the bodies of i'nlliian, W oiler. Banks and tbe two searching parties cannot get In-low. No. 2 shaft was ruined down to the ftmrtii level by caving Neiv C'oi-pornttona. AI.IUXY, JIaiih Tillinghost, Tbcndoic H. Rnker and John M. Tillinghast, all ol I'tion, Hied articles of incoeporation of tin1 t'tica rublishmg company, with a of to publish a newspaper. The Christian Brewing company of linff.ilo was incorporated yesterday with a capital of 5-Joii.ooo. The' Miller Brewing com] of liochester fllert a certificate of increase of stock from to The increase was concurred in by all the stockhol.lei s. niiat They DIouEreed Upon. BEHI.IX. JIarcb 21. -The North German Oawtte denies that Piince Bismarck's nation was c. imectefl with differences arising between tbe chancellor and the emperor over the labor conference. The paper declares that tin.' diirerences mainly referred to con- f-titntional questions such as the limits of ministerial responsibility, and the relations that should exist between the president of the ministry and his colleagues. blind. The executive both bun-els, but only one, bird succumbed to his aim. This satisfied tbe president, how- ever, and he returned to the club house, ro- turmiiK to the blind at 10 o'clock nuain and tni.cdiiinu; the afternoon, his record forthe unsafe 'hiy four ducks The president, Sena- j tor Sewall, Mi. and other members oi the club dined at 7 o'clock on a I part of the Iriiil, of president's inurks- inanship. The presid.-nl hns decided to re- I maiu here until Salunhtv. No Iniinp.liiLto Need of Mnuey. Man-h speaker laid before the house yesterday a letter from the secictary of war transmitting tlie rejiort of tbe Mississippi commission in further re- sponse to th" house resolution of .March Ifi, relating to the floods upon the Mis-issippi I'iver, I'he report is made by E. B. Coin- stock, colonel of engineers He states that in bis opinion tbe commission has as much money as can wisely be used jn the protec- tion of government levels, works mid plant, tar us the siri-e may bo practicable during tho present flood, unle-s there should ho fur- ther heavy rains, in winch case addi- tional would be needed. Thus far, though Ilieriier at seieral points, is higher than ever In-fore, bul four serious breaks have been repoited to him, and from them tho danger to hie is not great. Hut any addi- tional rise iionl'l cause widespread disaster and even ns il is, the danger ot disasters very great. Jn conclusion be says that seven steamers and barges could be supplied to give aid to those in peril. The Trouble hi tlie Transvaal. LONDON, March 21.- News from Pretoria, Ihe capilalof theTransvaal republic, is to tbe effect that an address has been prescnte 1 to President Kruger by tbe Boers. In tlie ad- dress the Boors announce their rrauiifsg to revenge themselve., upon thu perix-lraiors of the in-nlls lately cast upon the flag of the i-e- jiublic at Johannesburg. Replying to the address, the president dismisses the utTair as the work of drunken row dies and declares that the mass of the people of theTransvaal are friendly to the republican form of gov- ernment. McAnllffe'n Challenge to Myer. NEW March McAuliffe, the champion lightweight pugilist, telegraphs from San Francisco that, win or to-day with .limmie Carroll, he will fight Billy Myer for any sum from to a side, The 1'olice tiazette champion belt and f. the t-Lampion-hip of the world, but, not for :lcb any less. McAuliffe he Is in good con jtween ranco ond ilition and expects to win. Tile In.t I'lnc.ioil Contest. WASIIIXC.TON. MnruhUI members of the house on elecUoiis IK liove that the last of the contested election cases will bo decid. d by the ctniiiniUwaml ready to report to the house by May I, and in view of an informal agreement has been made that the Mili-coiiniiiltco appointed trfInvestigate the contested election case of against BrecUmridire, and the eirc-urnste.nces. con- iiivteil uilli the murder of Col. Clayton, will leave for Arkansas so soon alter April 8 as praclicable. The Democratic inuinlieni of the co.ninittpe may oll'er some objection to leaving the city during the pendency of con- tested but the Hepiiphean members think that there will be no delay on this ac- count. The sub-committee will he absent about three week. liisliop K-hcr'n Trial. READING, Pa.. March the trial of Bishop Eslier of for unchristian con- duct, the mornimr yesterday was occupied in reading the extensive correspondence be- tween the bishop and the investigating com- mittee. The bishop having liecn the committee to como to Reading and lie ex- amined, curtly refused, saying: "Of the wrioiisiicss ot the, charges, 1 will in my own time If God spares mv that time will Latter tbe bishop wrote that the correspondence must cease as he had already been examined and exonerated in accordance with church discipline. He re- turned the copy of the charges and refused to subi nut to a second examination. ItaltUN The Reivbsa. iHinitrck Mu.le a Duke. March 21 -A edition of The Rek-hsaiizoiger states that the emperor has sent Prince Bismarck two rescripts couched rescripts n the most cordial terms thanking him lor his past services and appointing him Uul.e ol Lanenburg, colonel general of the the Count cavalry and Held marshal general. Herbert Bismarck retains the office of min- isterof foreign affairs ad interim. Gen. von aprivi hns appointed to succeed Prince Bismarck as ha-icellor and president of the rrussian minis! rv. M Simon Decorated. BERLIN, March 21.-M. Simon had a con- rence wilh the emperor yesterday, at the the close of which the emperor presented M hnncn with tbe decoiution of the Red Eagle Hie subject of the neutrality of Alsace-Lor- raine was broached at the interview. M. Simon brought up tbe possibility of neutral- that territory, and the wnperor replied -t was never too early to discuss a quea- "rnt'tl friendly relations be- td Germany. rommliwtoner Tuttlo Knlgnii. Nnw YOUK, Man-h Tuttte, that (worer than that given by tho state. State asylums were overcrowded, lint this bill provided for enlarged stale iisvlmns. County institutions are r. lies of Im ism. Mr Rush dwelt nt, some length on thecon- ilihon of dm lifoter enmity p.....'house and farm. Those back of the'bill, he d. dated, were "sickly n ho had formed a lobby for bi-enkingdoKit the comity sj stem. Mr. Greene spoke nguiusl the lull.' Mr. Acker defended the bill, lles-iid oxpendilure would only be iib.uii The empli-a state can ij was a quest ion bet ween skill IIM.I in the treatment of tl.e insane. The men who wele backing the bill nere above [iroach. Mr Andrus offered an amendment to ex >mpt Erie county, as New York, Kings and Monroe had already been evemplcd horn thr, of the" bill. KiV- coimij had ample facilities for the care of it.s insure Mr. Tlilt spoke against Ihc amendment. He was partly in favor of the oiigm-dl.ll If Erie comity was exempted other coiinlics would to be. The aim was icmoie UK- care of the insane from Hit. ic.-ilm of ward and county politics All philmilliropists. all men and women of expeneiicn, the Slulc ll.ir association, and two stnto in.-.lical iLssocia- tions were urging the bill. Mr. (Jreene oll'ered itate should "Miniruf mw tbinKttO shall il anmidment that lii.i it, pa v for I he cost of U" wide county asylums according to appraisal commission appointed by the p.neriior Mr. Hheuhim supported Aiidrus' u mnnt. l a Messix. Selbck and Ilendci- bill. ill Ih Mr. Blumenthal favored and Mr. P.-arsall opposed tlie bill Mr. Fish sni.l tlmt tho opposilinn eiinin from avarice and 11 was the duty of state to Ihe, I he U-st earn possible and Unit could onl V be follllll 111 state asylums The cost, was not enoii'-ii U) weigh against, the bill. The amendment, of Mr. A.idrtis was then put nnd voted 14. inns, ill. Mr. Greene's amendment was Ilieu iotc.1 yens, -40; nays, The bill iviistlien ordered to a lliii.l read- ing and Mr. Acker moved the call of II house, which motion was lost. The vote on the Una! passage of the bill was then taken, and tbo lull nays, SO, u.s follows: Acker, Aiiilrin, ll.tr- tou, Blan.-hll.-lil, Ulnmeiitlml, Iiia.ir.ml Bra.ly, .J. Irvine lluriul. K P Durch. W (J llyrne' T. F. Byrnes. Connelly, c.iiu-i- nay, Curtis, Depnyster. Kisli F iti Uanlener, Ollilis, Ollln'e, IJi'el.slnger, IbifT.....-. Hltt, Hone, Husoii, Alliert Jones K.-r- I'lKiia, Klinlmll, King, LUIIUOII, It J Muse Mulirl.le, McKnlirlil, M.-Ti.i nan, II, Monaghau, Nolan, .1. .1 n'lvniiiir.' Pealer, KlioilcH, Kiley. Sau-e, Sunn iers. Schaaff, SlletTer, Shields K.lim.-r, .1 It Stevens. Nelson Hk'vons, Kh-Miu-l, cms, Van Vrnnkeu, Webster, Weeil, Wlssi he spell ker Dennett, W II ItnniR George II Hush, Clnrke. CVioiih. t-ra-ifi.t.1 II.IIH her D.-.npsey, Pey... En.lies. Ir.iat, aiienlher, (iuilionl, Hai-ivoo.l. ll.-u.l.-rson, II. C' .1 hiis.ui, Kimi Johnson, It H Jolmsou Kill, K.irlh, 11 ,1 o p n lt' >Inrllii, Xixon, J K. O'Connor, O'll.tro, IV .rsull, IVek Iti.-e, Rose, Kawnulli-r. K.'lleek, Slli-.'liiin, SU.'in.l- han, Sullivan, Tliominon, Towue, Towns-u.l 1'rea.lway, Whljipln. The order of Hie cjmal lionbill ivas down for next Tuesday morning. Mr. Bradford introduced a bill forbidding -hlldren under Hi to smoke on streets or m imbhc places. Tinst in the i Hl.lge what yc what the woil.l wants. aiiiveil a lot of Men's and Vcioiii wonh r.ti cis. which we ftilUcll ,il IJTcts .V bcalllifli Hoe- Of MOV, Hies iiulewellj Meevc HtlllolW. Col- Uutions. Scail Neok> laces cnttl-ms. King., lU'.ull will, sets of immlutlon stones in not tbe cheap nish Kin.l l.mlic's Mciliiini ('otloii.Hibbctl Vests only 111 cl.s. K.mcy Fast Hlack Kibbcd Uosc Wollli ,-ls. 1( Hest line of Alia Shields only 10 cis and l.'i its. Did fashioned linen Note Puper only "i els. per and H ,11.11, Euvolonea lo mal.-li at (i rts for pin kujjc of this I'aperand Knvclojics if in box form would sell lor cts. A Sp.-i ial of Wbitu and Cream En- s for Jj r, rlK. u M cn% lop. s. l.aicM Novelty in Kaiit-y Hox Linen "ii-P.ip. i fin 111 cis.. worth .10 .lied lot of r'niu-y liox Noll! Is 'i r.ii.i.'ts .miy at ,si only i) porhox. I'.Mia Luigc Writing TablctH sfujicrlor uiililj for id is ilj luc L.nlii-i. ('inset c.ivcrs innilc of ttupor- i I'Hislm .mil a.! .-is. hljlc lan.y Novelty llraids very I'l-ctlj Design... Ik-si and iliu-st assortment of Slack, n.ar'ilc anil Colored Table nly S3 CM. H yard. Kiiiu-y l.iuen all widths ami the giL'iitt-si yarii-ty of designs ooly cl.s., ij ,-IM :icis., ;ij lo 81 i Is per yai.l Hie cli.iicc.sl iiicnl in the city. They Wnnt n OUti-llmfIon. HKW Yoim, March 3I.-ln the action by -he American I.oan Trusl eouiiiioiv for a tistribution of the pniceeds of the wile of I In. assets of the Ameiiciui (iraphic comoany, publish.-d The Daily I Graphic, Andrews ordered service of the smomoiis by publication on alweiit Theiru-t company hud received a moilgageol from The (iriiphie comimiiy, but on ih.- sale nuly had Ix-en realized. tockholders refused to consent to the nll.iw- mces of expenses, of the sale, J.VKi serv- ices of the trust compriny and WHI for law- join' fees, hence tlie suit. Serious Accident lo a l-'relchi. Train. Bl.AIIihVii.i.K, March trnln No. (lion the West IVnnsylvaiiui t.-iiiioiul. which left here at p. m sd u.-U at 13ngdad Ktalion, near Vidley Junction. The Kx-omotive and s. i.-ral .-nrs were thrown into the Kihkemmelas rner. Jonductor (Jeorgn Ringle had to hnve one eg amputated lielow the knee und was hurt about the head and otherwise injured. En-i- neer David Oreasloy, Fireman M. L. Auder- son and Braketnan Sullivan wem njurad. hghlly Kennedy ITn.ler notuN, SAN FRAMJIHCO, March The defnull- ing foreign money order clerk in the San Francisco nostollice, James a Kennedy, Jr., arrested Wednesday evening, was taken b.v Tore the United States commtssu.nei- and placed under tlo.OUO. A cliM. ev.-oiunation >t Kennedy's accounts is beirif; made lor the purpose of ascertaining definitely the amount of his peculations. It is said that he has ad- mitted having appropriated from to tlS.OOli to his own use. n.l al n active of I'. C. iili-nieii. MousqueU Hire, Sucdc (il.ivcsc.iual but- UlllH ill till llChl Tin- inosi desirable Patterns iu llam- 'itii'K lloiin.-iiigs at cts., 4.') and 55  eril to the franoliise. The resolution de- clares that the bill is advocated by the He- mblicans for partisan purposes. Murder in Second Degree. MII.WAITKKK, March Cooper, x-treasnrer of the town of Brerafleld, plead- ed guilty to murder in the second degree, nd was sentenced to twenty years in state wison. He killed his brother Peter last November. Dom Pudro to Tl.lt Italy. March Pedro, the de- JNew York, JSew Haven and Hartford rail- throned emperor of Brazil, will vWt Naole. road, with ueadauartera at New Havea Florence in tho auturni. i tin utid warm, get a pair of D. Aimsiroiio; .t o's Hand Well. coininoi> SCllSO sllOCH. ------They will p'casi- yon.------ SULLIVAN SON, 21'3 Centre Street. Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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