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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y TUESDAY. MARCH 1890. REPRESENTATIVE USINES8 HOUSES OF DUNKIRK HEW BVLINO MACH1NK (or ruling A all klneli at h tbe latent audition be Mechanical Department ot SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SOU' is the time for your treea, luid .-oiin it lie time your K'trdc-ns, i ancl lawns. Let it lie clone bv an exper- e-iH'c-d KKrelcner, IIILC! then call for Vniidrr- Brother's, corner kagle and Seventh streets. month we get the finest and rarest roues in hundreds vanetic- frctm Holland. N.ee rose for funeral plan and mnnv new Ill-libs ,ind trees. urelcrHomc them we will sell so cheap thatyou i-mut huv some of them. 'TOJXJAIIT A CO.. I'atent Attorncvn. Bl.', 7lti Washington, n. C npn. C. S. I'atent I flee. 1'atvntn, Cavtiito and Iff ncctiro.1 Trade Marks All I'atcnt biiriinefs conducted for moderate Kecs. Infnniiuln.n. I Advice, and special rciferenc-es senton request. A LEXAMIMOcVa and Wood Tarcl.TiW A Cantrml Avenue, opuoolle Nickel Plan ctcpot. All fnAet ot Hard and Suit Coa Woojf Lumber, Shincclect and Lath. Fro ietiT Correspon-leDoe for wtoleBalo lou wUclled. l> B. OinroRD, J2S and 229 Central Arc Artillic Photograpber. Inaluntaneon of Bablea a specialty. Silver Mccod not wait lor except to bkblw. BUcTDERT-jAMxa IRVING. I'ro I> pnetor. No. 1ft E. Second street, near Uui N. T. Mu Pamphleta, etc.. bound in all styles. Orden pfloatpUy attended to. All work guaranteed. I lOKCHKK'g GBOGKKKY HOUSE, l> mCeatral i venue, Wholesale and retail dealer in la ported am Domestic China. Olaxware, Ac. lHAB. H. HAHB1S, 221 Central Are. Ucn- oral Initarance. Life, Accident and Fire. Before traveling insure rour ife in the ctlil reliable "Travelers'." Ueal tstoUi AKOHI. Loans nevoUate.1 on p.-opertv. MOTEL, Katec., II per day. LJterr and Boarcliug 8lable in connection. Victor Klder, SSfiancl 3S7 Lion street. 1 1ITC BARBER 8UOF Uhai. Nagle, Prop., Under Lake Shore National Hank, cornei Center anJ Third atieeu. A Une stock ol rotelgn and Domestic Cigars. 1OMBX1M A SUM, Sto center Practical bone-shueio. attention interfering horses. Shoeing of road bones a specialty. kCNKIRK EVENING OBSERVER. Largest Daily in tbe County. An unequalled advertising mudium. DUNKIRK COMCAXY. ForD'oily iellew 1'opule. Maaniacturerb oi kngines, Pulleyn. Stalling llanKera. elti. fallems, Forgmgb, Caatinga, anil Jlaunine Work to order. vVNKIHK SHIRT CO., -Ae, 2UJ uud Center atreet, Maitufactururs ui tlit and "Dunkirk" perfect- Hum "Dunkirk le in all le clething and dry goods houses bbirta. On sale in all leading lurmdbiii s in Dunkirk, W. TOOME Y, 4X4 and 458 Lion street, Uealer in Flour, Feed, alt. llaieil Hay, I'liox- titC. Eatabhfthetl, KKIK HUTK1> anil ummg Saloon, Umui. DepoL Kaay access to all trtnuu aoit bus- iiiMi hirinmni Bent accommwlaiinng lor Com- aereiai John J. Murphy, I'rup. EU1.EK8 A CO.. tf7 and 99 K TbirJ ttrccu Fine Forniture, Cabinet and aolalenng Picture frames rnnde to onlfcr. rp BftATTESOM A CO.. 80] Central Ava., Leaden ol Faahtonand Gentlemen Outfitters. who c.in furnish ahorse and yivc Lhcir wliolt- lime to the business. Spare moments may be profit ;ibiy employed also. A ft w vacancies in towi1- and cities. H.K.JOHNSON ft CO., icoy Mail. St., Kichmonti, Va. NO, 44. DEPRKCIATLM; VALUES. THE STATE ASSESSORS' REPORT RE- CEIVED BY THE SENATE. Farmers In Almost Every County Unable to Keep Up Their and tlie Mortage-Holders Renplng a Harvent. Other lluiitiieiis In the I Foreign Asttoclitt iont. AI.BA.VV, March In the senate last night the annual supply bill was reported Has suffered with Ihe other counties. Values generally The salt, industries have added fco ihe Adjo value. urned. IN TUB ASSEMBLY. and made th rder for April 1. It ROOMS TO RENT! In the M M-ch'inta Mank litulding. of tf Jacob Wirtin'ror Frank Sluy. SPRING 1890 F, D, MATTESON cfc H AUKIJ. 8TKAM HEATIMO CO., Manufacturer! ol Steam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H1 OKB STEAM LAUNDKV. Oar specialties: Fine Shirta, lOc; Collars, to; CaffMc, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A- W. Cummings. 2u7 Center street. R.OKHH. K. Third it., cor. ol Buffalo kUnnlitctiirer aud dealer in Fine Boots ft Shoes. II ENKS NEW STORE, Htt K. H Third at. Booka, Stationery, Muttical In- and Weekly fa pern, and eYerythirg pertaining to a urat class book Scbooi books a specialty. JOB PRINTING ol every description and at llTing by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 Second JH. TAN BVREN SON. Fire. Life, Accident and Oeneral Insuracoe. an in Real Estate and Loans. 1'arHcular attention paid to Ibe c.we ol property collect- ing ko. 119 Center at., 2nd floor. BOE-B PHARMACY, aot Central Avenue Hcndqnartara tor Wall Paper Palnu. Oils, Ac. nnuuMs, j. w., f MB Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Suil.Mos, Bndlea. collars, Trnnks.Whips, Bntfalo Kobea, Horse OQTera Gloves Mitlena and Sleigh liobes. T> f aa ir srcc. Fashionable Tailor, Gentlemen will Qiul It to tlieir advantage to call on me beloro purchasing elsewhere. B. CART 333 Lion itrieL General Hard ware. White Painter's Snppliee, Oil Cloths, Ware. A special- Monroe range. RULING, such as blank-books, ledgers, and all kmdiol blanks done at Company, 8 and 10 E. Second sL nOIWLFJI HULUBNHAVEK, iV Cor. Third and Buffalo Sts., Dealer In Granile, Marble, flagcmr and Building Stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk._____________________ CO- 7 and 9 Eaat Front street. Whiaky. Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family Cse. UOBBRT SfKAV. JV Uon street, near tne depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Btalrhiy by tbe day or week on reasonable Spring Hat, Gall and See Them makes various additions to the lull as it passed the assembly. The sum of added tor the L'tioa as) him. The IMi com- nuViiin car appropriation of an. 1 the capltol carpets appropriation of >'7.ooot nre. stricken out of the housn bill. Th.. net ad- dition made by the senate it, Bills were pa-sed: Allowing lor cither to hold of proiwrty, yielding income. Kcir tliH tbe claims of the as- Hembly ceiling architectural IJebari-inj; attorneys convicte.1 of felony. Four bills the of asylums. Heapiiroprintini; S1..VK) tr, remove causes of malaria from the abnndoned Bills were introdur-ed: By Mr. "DesignnfiiiK the su- perintendent of pnliiie the retary of the hoard of nts, the president the Society of School Hupi.i-.nten- denls, the picMilenl, of the Ktale. Association AUIAN-V, March In the nss-mbly last night the following bills were introduced: By Mr. Junes-Making the price Of illum- inating Jl.Tr, feet in cities bnung a population lietwoen and and in cities having a tlon iie-twe-en and By .Mr. the New York and X.-iv and Industrial suc-iety. Among the mcorporatois are Eras- tiis (.'m-iiing. Robert Colgate, Edward Mur- phy. Jr .1. 11. Sturin and Jacob Ruppert. Th" obje-.-t tjf the society is to hold a lair in an i Kens-elaer counties. Thesoeiety l. te, a proper share nf tlie moneys distribute d to the agricultural societies of th.. state. Mr. J. K. f jT'onnor's Deerfleld annexittion bill came up on third reading. Mr. OVon- nor disowned the bill oil account, of the amendments made by the committee on The action of tho commit NH; W-H.S de- fen-lccl bv Chairman Andrus. -Mr. 11 C, Jolmson. in whose district De-er- field is located, wanted the lull passed as aill'-llded. llic oto nn the' measure resulted in nays, 4.i: navs. is. Xci quorum voting the bill was la, 1 Mi1. I onm-lly's bill erative ami loan associations doing business in th.--ipte to file with Hie n! in bonds an 1 to be under of the banking dopnrtment, eanie m, on its third reading THE AXTI-TilUST BILL II" RECEIVES AN AIRING IN THE SEN- ATE CHAMBER. Mr. Idler Sn It ihe Montana senatorial ease Mr. Hour Rave notice that e sen.-ite to coiiMder tbmi on of Teacher, and thu pi incipal of tho Albany j n" ltl> thinl "'niling Normal school a stat.-boin-d on school text "k 'he bill committed to til to such books; abollshiti" ar- -M'-o'ciary eo rests in civil held that th, STATE ills' UKI-nUT. j annual report of the atatc was luhmittcd. The. report says.: j Then-continues bo a marked deprecin- tion in the value-of f.u-in lands m nearly svery county and thi' aiming i lurinors continues, while the tor j niprovementi.s not good. Many assert that held tbnt wns 1" I le tleo for atm-ndine'iit. He L- mc'asitro in its present form liticnial -jnee. it interfered with ueen the stnt  reports 01 were he would ask th, liousi- bill appropiiuting flill.DOO for a public buildiiiK at Fie-iuoiit, Keb., was pas-scd null a snlisiitutc, and a confcrc'iico was ordered uiih the house., -onsto ninlip thiband all public' buildings i-orri'spond in foi ,n. 'Ihe to declare unlawful u nsls and iu ivstiaint of trade and pro- ilnctiein w -is taken up. Mi- Turpie and Mr. Pugh spoke briefly in support ol the bill. 'liie aine-ieln.enl olTered by Mr. his the Ilisi. to lie voted on. '.h. Co regarded the aineiidnient as he did Ih, hll. n, nit..ily without "arrant iu he thought Ihe anicnd- vient more cllleic'iit than the) bill and would for It. .Mr. T, Her said hen.is in full .sympathy with the ohj.cts of the lull. He to vole' for the, bill, he nas not san- of th.- pu forwhich anil he eloiibtid very much nelie In., derned from ta'i's look hold of U'S LANDFILL. THE IRISH SECRETARY SPRINGS IT ON THE COMMONS. ers Gocrhtz, Pruwian Silcfia, who de- manded higher wagm ,B4 hours, wai of short duration. Th.y vent out on Satur- BRUTAL MURDER Of On., .street Car r.iml.ictoi- by Another NM.i seel ST. I.oi js. Mareh .M. En-dish a ill--, l.-.rc. .1 'trect- ear c-nndui-tor, shot anil Kill- ,1 .lam. s A. FitKLTornld, wlin was the c-on- ilncb.i in of a wu-thonnd car on thu sheet lino. Enejish. who had drmkiiiR slijrhtlv, bonr.li'd the car at Xmtli and Krnllly haid to hy in d.in't yon t'-.-n-h your driver to bewail abusing him, improper intimacy ti! Ill 1 siipjiie-scd tho.se trusts by limiting -nut ..1 i-nhilal thiite-an be m iniv tlie> troible would con- tinue. 'I'll, I.ill. he said, would upplv to the furin- alliance and ihe N-il.on-il Farmers' Ic-iiRiii', wbic'h with i he avowed i.ose ol Tue prie es of farm iiro- diicr- n tliiim wli.e h he a.s most ele- siinhle anil a.s al.-eilute lo the pros- perity ol the, for everybody knew that uule'ss the price, of farm produc-is in of the furl: 'al-lla anel Inni. ,1 Mr. lieo, i.ld b.. in i that Hmt he. h.- M.il.l to K thru ran. Tw near c.-'i.l m-ed tl' l-'il'thdi trie il.- C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 304 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N.JY. DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, >dvervvnre, EsaRA nxa, GOLD if SIL run PLA A COMI'I.ETE LINE OP HOLIDAY GOODS 3O4 MAIN STKKKT, Oppnaite Iroqnoie Hotel. J. SOI Central Are. (Up General Inanrance and Uual Fire.Life Accident, anc) Lire stock Imorance. Pro v.t attention nten to taymc ud iellinc Keal Kstale. c. n E. Third at., cor. Deer. xceiaior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Lard. Oysters and Poultry. W r ATCHE8, JBWKLRV, Bur the Aurora Kailroad Watch. Bepairing a specialty. fnnf f. Stapl, 88 B. Third at M. MOCKKR, Merchant Tailor, W '-rnilrtl PROFESSIONAL. R T. ROLPII, M. D., Phjaiclan and Surgeon ;n'e Drnjr Store. Besidence, Central Avenue- Telephone No. 9. BUT be left at Lvon'a. ARE MLLED Made oily by CEO, A, Drunkenness Or the Liqior Habit, Positively) c MHIIIISTIIIM m. HAIRES' sptcinc. II can be In a cup o! coffee or tea. or In ar- ticles of looc. without the knowledge of tho per-' ion taking It; It le absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whethei thepatlentls a moderate drinki-ror an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. 48 pace book FREE. Address In contldon-e, f SPECIFIC CO.. 185 tiacp St.. Clnclnritl.O ELYS CATARRH Cream Balm the Allayi Fain and II- the i, jinrelv a farming ouiity, and, lik" nil of e-la-s, value, have tfiiclily depre-ciatc'd, while values lave been generally maintaiiic-el. Ch.lUtauqua-Outsiele of .Imnestnun (here ias U'en no gain in several years, but, on the emtrary it depreciation in purely lariuiii- county; in the real pi-opertv was an.) in l.s-.s, nt j bulk of valu- in this county sat I'lattsliiii-ftaiid tl... Inl-c.. whe.lc. i-outily has mater- illy in three yc.-us. Ncarlv nil lulube'i- has bKjn la'-e'ii oil'. in'r thons- ndsof acres of no value. There are w sale-; of real estate. I', itlor. which is-Hie aj.Ie iiroduct of the  f the'bill because the was to mere-ase- tlieir to increase the cost le-tioll Mr Heairan thought the first necrssity was an and eoiuliinaf ions to Knights of and said: -I'll Ret tw. more of them around here I -MI police oftleers who happened to be v. to stiike d, nhic'h gave trad-- mil uts. Tin- drifted from Mr. Reagan's iiiiipialnient to tn.-il by Mr. Ingnlls (aimed at dealings in faUn-.-s anel -Mr. Sherin-in opj.es ,j it a, nol, in haritiouy ihe bill a.-i, leningto an entirely dif- wapi.n, d and f, tut (which ci.uld not originate in the M.nate') and ns not himii" been eon-i lercd by a c'omniiitw, fie also opi, Mr. (whi'-h h-el not he. n considered bv anv conimitte.'e) and Ihe passage of the bill as re- from the-tin-nice e-ointnittee. .Mr Siewart ,aul thai the wh.ile subi-e-t was. -in 1. .1 w.lh dillii-ului', nf thu He l.Hiiellonl. are IteueHt to th. Cnuimnnlllrs They 1111 Was Not for I.Hii.llorJ Hiiel Tenant Prob- able or In] pellet Ing Elections, March the house of com- mons la-st oiening Home Secretary Matthews, replying to an by Mr, Labouchere, deuie'd that Jarvis, au attache ol Scotland Yard, hail ever gone into business at Del Xorte, ne'iir Sheridan's rnnehe, for the purpose of obtaining evidence to be used be- fore the IJarnell commission. Sir James Fergus-son, in i-oply to a question by Mr. Redmond, stated thnt the govern- ment was ad v ised that the Dominion parlia- ment protested against the modus Vivendi with regard 10 the Newfoundland llsheries establislii'el between England aud France, and that the Newfoundland authorities had also tnlii'ii similar action. Though agreeing to the principle they did not approve of what they supposed would be tho result of the orransemeut. Probably, he thought, when the action taken by tlio government should b" better understood the objections would be- come niexlifleel. Mr. Halfour introduced the government's bill for the purchase of land in Ireland, tho purpose of which was to improve the poorer and more- emigrated districts. He declared that n universal agreement was n necessity in order to tui-rea.se tho number of ex-cnpying owners in Ireland and argued the practica- bility by reason that land was cheaper in Ireland than in England. He refuted the policy of excluding landlords from rural so- cial life, taking the ground thnt in England I hi-landlords contributed to the well-being of those who were nut landlords. There are now, he and sale giiiimte them into one. mm- leivr and loil station. lines to say a word i.i-'edv. him in the to the -.T, weather i i rarvs. The track wa ei.Mihtl'.U. T.; furlonjs; Tripl Il-iv.-llfr M-eond, Tai-tliiaii tlui'-cl purse, id, Thud mile: K..we '.i nil ll d t i lie lil.i- the ie.'l ,-lf. The 1 I !n llicni lor In Rilleck first, lin.illy I'lini.. lo the ut I lie third; time. 'i'-j Sparl- ee.tiid, tairel; purse. mile: Haft, r third; ftimi- 1 mile .ee.iii.l, Dave. Caru, S thin first, timo, purely agricultural county, with the same, marked depreciation. of Rochester property has generally depreciated. Niagara-Fruit is the staple of this county and for several years it has been n failure, nnd from other causes fnnn prope-rty has de- preciated. its flourishing cities of Rome and Utica is one of the best counties of (ho state, but farming land has followed the gen- eral eoui-se1 of the wbe.le.- state. rae-use j, constantly appre- ciating, while farm lauds are going the other nay. is no material growth iu the county. .W up ti the average assessment proximity to New York places this among the counties m Hindi nearly all real estate is appreciating in liue. farms in this county have city the the Senses of Taite and Smell. TKITHEOJK! A particle is applied into each nostril atiei agreeable. Price 60cents at Druggists; by mail ELY BBOTUEKS.S6 Warren treet. New York. suffered in the general depreciation. of tin county has depreciated in value. is a purely agi icullural county, with a general and marked deprecia- tions in values. same remarks may be made. St. has been a general falling off iu farm values and village property is generally assessed higher than farm prop- erty. has been a general shrink- age in values. has been a decrease in the value of lands since 1SS3. has been a slight increase in values since 1883. except in Ithaca, has depreciated. has been some appreciation to Kingston, but real estate generally has fallen off. Outside la depreciating. ol Queengberry real Vollett first, third: time, Deiibt.'nl Krniinmy. W IN, March i'. speaker laid ef.n-e the a letter from the e 1" the interior in reply to tbehoiiso ig of puolie- ex- the fanueis to uore liciter Mr. lil-ui nppi as rcall> a sooie.1v, The.y evil of cii-ii- -h pes.ple tried ti, ds of years, and had oiieliision that legisla- ilijects pimply ri'tarded ,1 ,.e the same result in e wn attempted. rant in "ion. h the lull were- e-onsti- li i jc'i'init the prosecution of Ivaii-iL, who COIH- c-oi-a until prices a-i. wbut if any. could be made by j ten li-g 111" bureau of pension- fr m "the. de- pi. I i.cM ,4 th" interim' to the war dcpart- 11 lit. tu re-ply the secretary says that'he ias e-onsi leivd tbe subje-ct in its general ami in his judgment there w. ill be liti'e-if a'iy saved by tho clinuse If Ihe .mbiarv of the war department and oc-lisi ,11 an were brought under the eon- nol pan iiient. he says, there might a small -a-, 'ng by a more readv reference. .ut f .s is r.uh T .loul.tful and is' about (he ililysiuiii.r (In the o'her hand the transier would lead to additional expense m -ome elireet) .us. Mr. amendment the on, 1" bcelWlIB of in' i nun oi m -fmurt's un con- dition ol jajing a ln..h Mr. He.ar criticise ,1 th.' bill in some of its lo-nl aspects, and c'l.iim -d that it failed to alien el any ade-ijtiatc le-in.-dv. Mr Sherman, replying to Mr. Hoar, said that if thecluty on cedtoii cloths or woolen cloths was a in tie too low to protect the ell not a mcjnth owed to pass before he demand a remedy in N.-iv Oilfiim dr.nvxs, Jfnrch Yesterday's rnc-e, refilled ns fullcius: l-'ii-t furlongs: Clara Jiciore first. S..MIICI, Fliiune third; time, fck'cond raee, mile: Ladv Blackburn first, llnrves.ter second, Hardee" third- time furlongs: Monte Rosa nest, second, Hominy Bill third; Third rae-e. Annie, rire.w time. 1 Fourth race. mile: Hardv Pn-st, Li la I.se-eond. Marclil.urn third; time, Fifth lace, furlongs: Col. Cox first] second, E.imey Lee third- time r a day would 1 a I (Mr. Iloai-1 would I the way of raising thu duty. Here remedy for n greater than any tlmt resulted from a low lari.'f. courts had I hccnen.le.ivorino to i lions-. He the sugar trust, com- of seventeen and luskiKl what rcmodv ha.l the p, New York i.n.nst that conibni-itioii. at all, ho -ai-i. o.ie ni.-liidi-l m it. A r. ,n. dv would never come he said, from the m.-n iu sit, h m.'iiopolies llnlind ,.-PII the gradual growth combi- nia.oli, and I new thai their power was grow- ing greater and and stronfer and stronger. Audit' MO, impotent to deal with thatevil. if ,i not jirescribe nni thing but qua.--; m di.-ini', it would prove ils.'lf ultfi'ly uiifitt.-d to pel form its ilutic-s Mr. ivmarks'at .Mr. Wherman. denying that there was anv- thmginthat career that gave him the right toi.ss.inie that h-i.l discovered the o-ily r an 1 tut only road to aid, live bodies for the valuation f land. This bill proposes to amal- lie denies that there was any warrant for the Tttggest.i.m that tbe introduction of a land purchase bill was compulsory, except through the necessity for such a measure. landlord, were conijielled to sell, tenair ought to he. made to buy, The govornmen su i no possibility of instantly trunsforrin lauds imm owners to occuiiants. Some d give of llrilish e-radit c-ould be used to secur landlords against loss, though the BHU taxpayer she.aiel bui-u no risk. Tbe bill e coin-aged ihe landlord mid thci tenant to ba to t ho price of a holding. If tho failed to agree the question of price was r furred to land department, the olllein of Hhic'li lixod tho conditions that must b adhere'.! to [Pa.nelhto laughter.] The land he said, might issu a order making a tenant the owne of a holding from obligation ej.-ept jX'r cent per annum on the monev udvanccc This -1 com he called the norm.il aimuiti but dm ng Hie first live years I ho bill n quired to pav Si) per cent, of th net annual the rent in h the tenant would pay i'MO, of which th goveiiiineiit PI-OIKIPC..I t ictaiii as th lenanl's insnriuice to ir.w! the season's roecia clisliv-s. As seenrity for purci uses the bill the ,-oiitrilnitiu.is of thc> Brilislic! lev-ai purposes, and ns i-orollary, niplfc the Iwn] county ailtllorititw rc'sponsible lor any delault. Tho bill woule thus establish a guarantee fund consisting o two portions, cash and contingent Thecash portion would consist of JWO.OOO yearly which Ireland hsd neviir received, but ough to ree c'ivc, as a against England's ane Sc-otland's getting tho ndvnntnge of licnnDluf; duties. Next there would lie aprobablo dutj grant assigned for tho future, estimated at Next a fourth per cent, on annuities payable by tenants. Tue contingent portion would consist of government contributions to the poor law education and like purposes. Experience showed that less than IK.T ce-nt. of amma insfUlments reinained beforo an> seeurity was touched, except the 4th pel cent, rese.rxed from tenants'annuities. U Uss there should of IMIi the guara audi'.hie.ai-.oiial grant, would liev. proached. It was de from the tenants' annual 4 per cent, for the erection of lalwrers'd-vcllings. A congested district, covering -Jo p-r cent, of a county would bo made a seiwirato county for the n aur- day and yesterday the employers gave them au of -ju iu ucec their working time by a houses were destroved flm a repetition of the famine e, nfiee-img the poor law be ap- to use the 4th per cent purposes of tin, act, a honrd of eight Iivluiul. a dc.letflte the chief se.-relnry for f ihe land department ery Ixmrd, to c-on- ngeste.1 A grunt of m the Church surplus would be de- g the leveloping eitl- suc-ccss hi, judginc'nt. it can-e. as a lauyer. h: prenii! court voulel not melit and because it signitviue. nothing." Mr. an 1 the bill as n.'t iiroini-in-: e will work full time during the 111" bill beejiuse. in Minors Almost ttilel With .Joy. March K The Susrpie- hanna 'oal jioste'd notices vester- .lay that from April 1 the company's mines lit Xanti...... -eason. 'Ib" .-..otxi miners who have been on the verrcof-.tanatioii for months are nearly w-ildun'n jov, and every humble home in' is a place of thankfulness and hap- I piness. The notic-e suites that canal naviga- yestei-ilav Mr (''.vm tion uiil op, n alioul tbe time named, nnd em- less soni" catastrophe like la.st May's flood occurs, there will be full work during the spring aud summer. i ben tliat the sn- enlert.iin it for a 1110- tvs -xiiimd alKl furv spoke against li.dMr. Teller the celm- to-.lay with- rt -jti-, e se.--ion nt p. m a IN "I HJi IKIirSK. Marc-h the house ,-'i-ted a resolution, which was- ndoprtd, iiiuking the world's fair bill a order lor ihi- morning after the lea.lii'K of the journal, the previous question as nrdc re-1 at 4 o'clock. The lie C deficiency bill was reported back with A Miner Killed. SHEXAXIIOAH, Pa., March rope of the coal plane at the Indian Ridge colliery broke ami a loaded car thus liberated dashed District of Columbia were' then considered, fromth, top to the bottom of_the plane and The senate bill appropriating menel feret and a delegate of tbe fis! trol the i-, fre votetl to rclieviir fisheries and fmtcring indiutrseo. In conclusion, he said, the scheme wi without n conceivable risk to the' imperial taxpayer. Mr. Gladstone briefly said the scheme was too complicated for discussion nt present. He thought, however, thnt thanks were duo to Mr. Bnltonr for the pains he had taken in preparation of the bill. 'Ihe bill then passed its first reading. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Probable of the Coming Elec- Return. LONDON, March tho five parlia- mentary elections which are now pending, the Liberal-Nationalist coalition is sure to win one, that in West Caron, to fill the va- cancy caused by tho death of Joseph G Bigger, nnd reasonably certain to win another, the seat for Carnarvon, Wales formerly held by a Conservative. In tht contest fur the East Windsor seat the Lib- erals will doubtless greatly reduce the Tory majority, but not sulirieiitly to elect their candidate, while in th> Orange stronghold of East Down the Conservatives will maintain their supremacy and possibly increase their majority. In the Ayr district, where the flection will take to-day, the contest will be very close. At the last election in tlmt constituency, which wns June 15, 1885 Mr. Gladstoaian, was elected' bva majority of in a total vote of but the Tory candidate is Immensely popular among the electors and may possibly pull through. Hoi h sides are working hard but neither is confident ot victory. WJHU HAlm.VOTO.J SUMMONED HOME Mr. Balfour's Irish land scheme, exacting local security, is regarded even among Tories as extremely fishy and has' aroused tremen- c.ous opposition, notably among the Union- Ho strong is the feeling that Lord alisbury has deemed it necessary to urge ord Harlmgton to return instanter, and in o ists. Sal I bedioiicv to this summons the dissident lead- er left Cairo for England yesterday to assist in bolstering up the tottering fortunes of the certain vuate amendments, "which on recom- ad'lition to the land scheme lio-i were noii-concurred in and-a con- I, "'llandothsr new legislation which Matters pertaining to the J, oprang o killed Miclmel Murticmn, a Polish laborer, the Rock Creek public Dark was PTOtracwU and A young man named Robert Tempert was bated ici committee of the hole until 5 D rni the lilies, launching upon the Is Discussing a plan of as- certain to raise a Several escaped with ttieir lives. debate, Altogether jntilSp m. so far as the present barely and ttwn pending action on the bill the house B "re in pleasant adjourned. I The strike of the ca rpenters and wood turn- Gel-mini BERLIS, Mareh Tuu Schcllendorf has been appointed mond of the Tenth army corps. Count ler to the Sixteenth and Lieut Gen. to the Seventeenth. A Oerinun Klectlon. BERLIN, March election for mem- bers of the reiehstng for the Kirat district of Berlin took place yesterday and resulted In the choice of Herr Maer, Progressist. Demands Granted. LONDON, March demand of toe engineers in the North of England have been grunted and the men will at once resume work. THE MONTANA SENATORS. Majority and Minority of the Committee. WASRIMJTON, March majority of the senate committee on election in favor of teating Kandnrs and Powers (Rep.) KM senators from Montana, consists of an legal argument and a review of UM 'acts in the Montana sitlmtlcw, but the ker- nel ot the report is the tctatcjiient that the people Inquiry turns upon the honesty and of the election at Precinct No. 84, In Silver Bow e-ounty. If tho vote of that pre- unot be rejected, states the report, the live Republicans were chosen; if it be counted, the nve Democrats were chosen. The com- uittee decides that the election held at Pre- cinct 5 was fraudulent. This of course logic- ally necessitates the recognition of the Re- publican legislature as the lawful body, and of Messrs. Sanders aud Powers, who were (lectod by that body, as entitled to the seats 'rom Montana. The minority report, which will be pre- sented by .Senator Gray, seta forth the fact that the true legislature of Montana consisted of the senate and the house, which met at the court house in Helena and wns recognized by the governor. The act of the board of canvassers of Silver Bow county in throwing out the vote of precinct 84, which gave a largo Democratic majority, wns without right or authority. This board being wholly Uepublican and anxious to serve the lican in what was thought to be a great emergency, refused to count or canvass tho real of the people of Silvnr Bow county, and certified to the elect Ion of nve pel-sons not chosen by the people in tho hope and with the expectation that these spurious n-prespntativns contrive in some way to vote for partisans of their own pollliciil faith as candidates for the United Hlaten DOWNING CELKUKATKD RECLINING BACK Far Style anil Hi-auly, Durnl.ililv ami Comfort Everybody approves of it being tho only carriage you should use. The greatest favorite aniony the ladies nurses, and is found in all familjeg in large citied. Too-1 They FUvor I.luti.l. NEW YORK, March congressional committee on immigration has not yet selected a new location for the landing of immigrants. Ellis Island, in the harbor near the New Jcreey side, pleases them better than any other bite yet examined. The com- mittee has requested the secretary of the treasury to allow the present contract with the Castle Garden authorities to be con- tinued, with some modifications, until more time has liecn allowed the committee to pur- sue their inciuiries. much cannot bo said of this makoof o.niage. it ull of the long-felt wants for the porfoct comfort of whun-oiit riding. has given Slloli universal latiHlin-tioii lo ihe trade in former vears that we will no other make this but ihe Downing. iivording to our varied and long "xperiencc in the sale and make of children's we can safely say tho Downing is superior in stylo and workmanship to any we ever handled, or that can be found in the market. For all the advantage! you have in usinK the DowninffCa? riagp it docs not cost you any more n the common utt night back style. We are enabled to show the li.i.-si assortment of car- tiagcs in the city, or that you will lind anywhere. Kvery carriage up- liolstert-d in the latest and newest shades best silk plush, giving them a rich appearance, and in all making them a most deshanlc and useful household ornament at well as the pride of the street. Warning; to Huntent. Asm.fOTOK, March president has issued the usual timely warning against unauthorized persons killing fur-bearing iinimals, such its seal, marten, mink and able in Alaska or Heliring sea. All persons round violating the law are to be arrested md uunuihrd nreonllng to law, and all ves- -els so employed, together with the cargoes, will be seized and forfeited. SOLE AGENTS. Hrr .Sanity to be BHOOKLYN, March Harriet Coffin, the heiress, who has been confined in an luylum siiu-c her attempt to shoot Kyrle Jiellew, tho actor, for whom sho manifesto! a violent infatuation, is to tried by a jury is to her mentul condition. The necessary wore taken in court yesterday for tbe wginiiirig of the action. A Klmi-t Honeymoon. KJNOSTON, N. Y., March 25. Frank Stokes of East Kingston, aged SO yearn, was uecretly married two weeks ago at Newburgh o a lady two years his junior. Bmnlay night le retumed with his bride after a short wed. ling tour and was placed in jail, charged with inrlecont assault upon Eliza aged 14. TH E MARKETS. New York Money Market. NEW YORE. March 26. Money closed at SK per cent, yesterday, tie owest rate. The highest was 5. Exchange closed firm and hlgber: pouted rabw, actual rates, for (X) clays, aud S4 for demand. Governments closed b-teaily; currency (to, 1.18 bid: 4scoup. bid. Pacific railroad bonds cloiseil as follows: Jnion ni-stis, 1.17 bid; do sinking funJg, bid: Centrals, York Prod no Exchange. NEW YORK, March 25. dull with little change fester lay. Fine winter, do spring, superfine winter, do .pring, 8S.OOcaa.a5; eitra So. H winter, .00: do spring, eitra No I winter, do spring, city mill extra, for West Indies. Southern flour losed steady; trade and family extras, were fairly activo, hut rt-lces were somewhat irregular, cloning ower for tho early months and hldiej- he late months. Spot lots closed firm. Spot sales of No. 2 reel winter, No. 3 do, No. Sred. were dull and clotted ligher. Spot lout closed eonier. Spot of to. z mixed, steamer mixed, teamer white, 4uc. were quiet but steady, ftpnt ots closed steady. Spot sales of No. I whiw tate, No. a do, 34c; No. 1 mixed, 30c; No. active and higher: April, J6.43; May. tO.44 q 6.50; July, f (i 60. dairy mstern lull firkin ibs, western cream. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Equal to any in the city, and JTat prices that will pay "ou hi purchasing. LADIES! If you waul an and comfort- able shoe, with a one that will CHEESE -Steady: New York Cheddar factory, Ohio flat, Steady; freab eastern BraU, I4Uai5c; esterndo, I4J4c. _ HuOUo Prorlslon Market. BrsrrALO, March 56. WHEAT-Dnll; No. 1 Bard, 93Hc: No. 1 north- 93c; No. 2 northern, tojic. Winter wheat o 8 red, 8Tc; No. 1 white, COKN-Strong; No. 3 yellow, No Syel- w, 35c; No. Scorn, 83Jjc. OATS-nrmer; No. a white, No. mixed. on track: No. 3 white, We BARLEY-Unsettlod: So. 1 Canada, o. a do, No. 9 extra, FLOUR-Flrm; spriOK wdntt-batt it, per bbl.. low grade, inter wheat-best family, keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong Go's Hand Welt, common sense shoes. -----'They will please you.------ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, Paints, and Wall Paper at Monroe's 'SPAPERf   

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