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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX ES Ii EP Ii    ESESTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES riion.sMON %u IL T. ROLPH, M. IL, rhy»i<*taii arui Surgeon, Office ovfr Lf u’s Drug Store. Residcnc**, Central Avenue. Telephone Na. S. ( aile may lie left at I yon'a. A STR KAM OF KLOQI'F.NCK FLOWS LIKE WATER IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. DUNKIRK, N. Y , THU USD A V. FERR UA RY 13, OF DUNKIRK \NKW RI'LINU MACIIINK for ruling j all kiii’ia of lilankn Ii Un* latent addition to the .VI or ha ii oval Department of Dunkirk Printing Oimpaiu. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT A I.ESM KS Wanted at mine. Coral or Travellng Hit; Par. Steady Work. Stock Warranted. 4Jttiick Selling fipedalUes. Outfit Ini* P.\|*enenee Unnecessary. Jah.K.Whit-sky, Ninny man, lim* holler, N. Y. LICXANUEIl’M Coal ami Wood Yard, TIT.* ^*TOl»I» Alt!'A <,<>.. Patent Attor»evn,«14 7th .....1    St,\\ ax It i ng ton, D ( , <*!*** * S. Patent Of- Central Avenue, on no* I ti1 Nickel Plate J |tot.    Ail grade* of (lard aud Soft Coal, A »)d| Lumber, shingle* ami Lath. Free -    wtotal!U    Ult* I conducted iehv .otic! ted. Correspondence for s tic;; Patent*. Caveat* and lie 1**110* aer ii na I Trade Mark" registered. Ail Patent huaiaeaa for moderate Pie*. Information, » CKX. VI. .VIANM, Practice! Plumtier, Ga* \ ami Steam Fitter. »|M**tal attention 4 von to sanitary Plumbing Kau mates given 10 Plumbing, I.aa Kitting, Steam Heating and ti it Air Furnaces. ti K. I'htrd »tri*et. I > R. OtmtHl), tl'i aud t&*> Central Ave. If. Artistic Photographer. Iu»uiutaneouB P; >1.(graph* of liable* a specially. Hitters ne. I not wait for sunshine except for rn tea I I«MIK HIN DK.lt Y—J a M Ka Ihv inu, Pro-1 > prictor, No. Hi K. Second street. neat Huf-talo Olivet, Dunkirk, N. Y. Magazines, Mu* » , r ant palets, etc., hound in all style*, unicri 11    atU-uded to. All work guaranteed. j ti IU iiK.lt * LISAK RCKY I14IUHE, ii    ifiUS    Central Avenue. Advice and *|iecial reference* sent on request. iii PALA BT. #40 EXPENSES IN AIK V’ K"' V ANI K, allowed each month. Steady emplov meat at home or traveling. No nolo it-ing. I Pities delivering and making collection*. J No I*om ta I Car<l*. Address with slam p. | ll VK KU A CO., Piqua, Ohio. 1r wish to employ a few ladies on salary to take i charge of my bu sines* at their homes, j Light, very fascinating and healthful. Wage* .#10 |*er week. Reference given. G«*m1 pay for I part tune. Address with crimp. Mrs. Marion' Wa lh KR, Louisville Ky. i/iM In $£•».»# Vt liolesale and retail dealer in It '•on* stir China. Oiansware, Ac-. .orted and . i'As. I*, ll \ Kit IS, Central Ace. t»eu-arui Insurance, Life, Aedile ut and File. ..Urn traveling injure tour tie in the old r.i 'rn »I*j “Travelers'.'* Heat Kstate Agent, t. .„r» negotiate I on tisiportf. VIONTII tan hr made ricing far us. Persona preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole } tune to the business. Spare moments may be profit-■ ably employed also. A lew va* am ies in town* and title* It. P. JOHNSON A CO., ic**, Main I St., Kithm >n I, Va. lur Relit or sale. House corner Second and Dove streets. Newly lilted lip ami in tine eon*hlion Will i well on easy terms. Enquire at the office of Martin Heater Co. The'M'ormon Elders’ Book, ■ on K.-JLU St ret orth, ceded fro* to married I men, sjJCriV* V. a Crouch, K-S Grand St. Nev York . (HAL TAI Vi* A HOTEL, \j    KuU    i-, #1 per day. i.'Vwiy aud Hoarding H ta hie in connection. Victor Rider, 835 and 337 Lion street. ITV HARRER MUOI* t has. Nagle, Prop.. Cader L..ke shore National Hank, cornel Center m d Third streets. A hue stock <d i'<reigtt atli oouite tic . igar*. • L’NKIAN A MIN, JCO I cuter street, I‘tactical horae-olMMh a. Particular attention ,i.c* to Interfering horses, shoeing of road it . ti- tl.ng hoi .-cs a specialty. SPHINX I HPI ► U' 1> t NKI ICH EVENING Oil SERV EK. Largest Daily ll. tile County. Ai unequalled n I vert! sing medium. WAIT FOR . UN ILI IK ENI; IN I.KR! NO COMPANY. I P    Tone    Ult}    behew    A    l*.»pple. mr*, outsell: mr* ol Kugines, boiler', Pulleys, atrail.ag flangers, etc. Pattern*, Forgings, • ;ii>t ugo, ami Machine Work to order. I .I'Si KI KH All I KT CO., VI*!, #•;« and .‘>7 XJ tinier Street, Alai elm tillers ol the Vrvnvsell" amt “Dunkirk” perfect - nillug tires* shirts. <>n sale in all leading furnishing, ate th i ii £ amt dry giant* !.■ nit.es ut I lunk ilk. J . r. TOOMEY, I i .    Agt    an    I    i    >‘    I Dealer iii F Jour, teed, a Ut atl i , el*'. r.stnhl ts.ied. on sli .nl, It, Hale I Hay, Pm EIK HOTEL and iPniug sal nm, I'alSD pu pot. !.»*> aeecsus U> ult trams and biis-ismjms houses. Hest aconin isodstnwis for Lorn-n*■< I a I Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. I KLEHN A LO., |3j    ti    and    HW    F.    Third    t>tn*fct. Flue Furniture, Cabinet Mare and I p iMiistering. Picture Era me* made Ut order. pi U. MATTESON A ll*., F . JOI Central ive.. Leader* of Fashion and Gentlemen ouliitu i*. ii ARELL STEA VI HEA TINO LO., vianufaelurer* of Steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specially. ii OME STEA VI LAUNDRY. our specialties:    Fine    Shirts, Uh ; i oilai ie; Cuffs, Ie, an i Lace Curta il*. I rec Dehv-■ry. A W. Cummings, 3u7 Center street |j ll OEHM, K. Third st., cor. of Buffalo damLcturer and denier in Fine IRhOs A Shoes. i i ICN KY VV FACER'S NKW STORR, Iud K. ll Third st. IVsAts. StatiiMiery, Musical ln-„u u Hents,Magazine*,Oaily audW eeklv Pawers, atul everything pertaining to a first class !*>••* au.rc. Scho«». H*a*ks a *|K*ciaily. A full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of j OH PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rate* by Hurikii k Printing Company, 8 aud Iff E. second St ,| JH. VAN IU Kl N A    MIN, Fire tan kocident nnd General    lmmraco*    l*eai- 0,, lu ural Estate and (a avn*. Tar. nu la* Attention paul to the cir** of    prop. rtx adknJt l(iC rent* Ae tiff Center st.,    iud Hoof. SS RINGS! O' ROK’li PH VRVI VCV. AK1 * oh tra I vv«'u»te ,i id iuai tem for Wail Tailer l‘ ..i.l*. 0*1* A I jElfKINH, J. VV., I    im* Ce iller street, it auntie imci and dealer in ll ii acs', la I Ie* .a -dM's, v oilars, 'I ruuks.Vt h p<*. Huffs1'.* IL**f**' ,t.c*'Vei.aG!i»ves,Mitleii»ai«d sleigh H*d>e« Ever brought into City. this V LURING. T. W. Murray, Hi Lion street. A •|H,ciailv made of ^i.iutary Pluminng, vca.u aud Gas Fitting W<*rkin»nallip gffar* a hued- WA IJ i. « p at'gtff.TF.*. J ,    17    East Third slew F astitonable Tailor. Gentlemen will dud it to their advantage to Calion me lief.ane uuivha>nng tin w her**. - I I’. ll. CARV A LO. ACI Lion street. lien. rai Hardware, A bite la-ad,Oils,Painter’* 9uppti«‘s. "ii Lb'ths.Grai. ie M are. A »|«e. la ty.u 8n*rwiuV' illianis Pa * land Monroerang* Few Birler Shop. n. A. HI RHi F. foi nietly in Wheeler** liar* i ber-shop,has #*|»ei»ed the barber-shop iii th** F7iie Hotel. Ila has every facility f«*r g<*»d work, and e-isteu ers will fiml it a gm*l place to g.. f.»r whal ing ami hair cutting t , LEI NCI, - leh a* hlank-UMik*, ledgers, and Ii ,*. I kind- ol tdank- done at I'uukirk Ti lilting Company, 8 ami ID F.. Seoond M , , i hOl.ni MIFLI*ENll YI KR. |Y    t or. Thin! and Buffalo ^:s,, Hosier ii* Granite, Marble, I lagging and I Buikling stone, tdall on me before buying j your sub'-walk    . R ISLEY A LO., 7 and ff F.ast Front •ire* t. Whisky, Wines, Brandle* General Liquor Store f»»r Family Os* r| OftKKT H K IY, J    Lion -ire* I. near the de ot. Hoanling, sole. Feed and Livery -uibty Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms.    _______________ I > EIO, J- W., 1\    pit    center sti'eci. Healer us >1 usu al In*tniO»enl* ami Sew;* t Maebtnes. Me make a qwdrity **f lirst efa*o makes *d Pianos ami i'arrand A Vote) Organa. r*AM J. Girrtl’UJ, AOI Central Ave. vi p O stairs), Genera' Iusuranot am! Beal KstAtC Agent. Fire, I.ile, A ecu I* at, ami Live Ntoek Insurance. FTompl attention *iv ?n Ut buying and selling Real Fatale _ runkenness Cr the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured bv AOMIRISTERIIIQ DB. MUES GCLIEH SPECIFIC. Ii ran be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar j tides of food. without the knowledge of the perron taking It; It I* ab-otutelv barmie**ami w.l] , effect a |»ermanent am* speedy cure, whet bel Ute pat lent tx a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAIL8. " e GUARANTEE a complete cute in em v instance. 4M paje book FREE, Adit' *•-* in e u.flden *e, < OLDEN SPECIFIC CO. I B~ Pace St.. Cincinnati.O- O.ljrPlNFOlO, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 31.4 VI VIN MT.. IHF EA LG, N. V. UL A IA K IN T.' L. JON EN. 75 fch Thud st., ow. Geer, lteatatar Meal Market. Fredi Sait ami Smoked Meats, Lard. Sausage*, Oysters an I Poultry.___ MMS. VANESS md JEWSi&T, Cbwka, Silverware, leather Gttoda, Etc. All Slimlr* «f Argument on the I «mI# of Rule* front the Mildest Wit to VYIId and Vigoiou* Harangue — Brasil Loa- | grntulated on Her Adoption of a Republican Government. \VAhHiNiiTOJt, Fob IS.—In the house yesterday the dc I »at« on th* code of rule* was continued. The house met at ll o’clock in continuation of Tuesday's senMon. Mr Ih( kery of Missouri aul the prof*wed code of rules would ralieve «xaigre«s of the Dr*w*iIV «»f re|**aling taaation. at least so fat as the Hirjilu* was coooamed. He predicted that at the end of the schMoii the surplus would have disappeared by reason of the prodigality which tile rule* invited. Mr. M* i.*** of Massachusetts supported the prof irised cole. mid wii«t the Republiiwn majority of tin* Fifty-flivt congress wa* as honeal and patriotic a I univ of men a* ever ament bled at the capitol, aiui that it would lie time enough to charge it with dudumcHty and extravagance wiien tim overt act wa* coid-mitted. Mr. A ii* *ii of Michigan defended the rules, ami rapHdally that which fieniiits the sjjeaker to refu e to recognise dilatory iii*»ti«»ns. He ridicul< «l the ext itemant whi«:h ha t prevailed on the Democratic side, but said it ileal quieted down when the Democrat* and the country !■ id seen that tile sp*-ak«*r was nst a Hissi to Is* shaken by the wind. He criticised the iJcmocrHt* for sitting iii their scat** and refusing to vote, and denied the charge tliat the rules would allow raid* ii|*ai the treasury. At ll :15 the hou*e adjounusl him! at tMX>n the session of \Y»*di»es*lay ls*gan. The journal having ls**n read. Mr. B*(ut**He of Maine Asg e«i unanimous consent that it be approved. To*' Denu M‘rath objected and a roll call w as bul. The journal was approved, the shaker counting seventy-two Dunurrth pivseut and ii it voting. PRWTllK.VTH TlKKIED. Mr. Miff.’n*ary of Kentucky entered his piiit«'st H,rainst tin* new ceste. He said the Kjieakcr had de lh si all prwvtietlb* and ha* re-versed the parliauieutAry decision* of nmrly ail former sj**aker*. He had lait only overruled lilttin**, Garfield, Hawley and Conger, but he had overrule*! hi* own utterances when on the fli*»r of the bouse. The time hail come when the house needed nile* instead of a ruler aud dictator; fairness aud justice ln-stend of communism and Caamri*iii. He assert **1 that the new ml**s would make th** congreas of the United States c*insist of the aenate *»f the United Stat*** and Sjieaker Reoil, Int the litpuldicaii J tarty adopt these rules aud they wiaild col im* I sn k bi plague it. It would I** but a short time before the lobby would I..* clamoring at ti e doors of the capitol. Ile wa- informed that to-day there were mort* lobbyists iii Washington than there ha*l been here for twenty yean. The cyclone would oui*' anil tile Republicans would Im beld res; * nisi hie for their .ut ion. Mr. t *n «'hi on of Michigan said the pro|**sed Hiles t*‘ii*l*sI t«» facilitate business instead of ol«stmeting it DTH ATC STIFLED. Mr. Puck*I,«w of IVunaylvania, the only Deiuo**rat who has votetl when present, rrit!i-oias! tin* fW|»MHl rules las'Huse they tended to stiff * ait* «| tate alai uocwMiry de hate. He protested aga inst the rule relative to dilatory lit*'lion* as b ing indefinite in it* terms, and argue*! that th * claus** making HID a quorum in is ani: lithe »>f th** whole, not ouly wa* obnoxious to the constitution, but w«hi1*I en-couritg** *1 st nteeisni. Mr. Cuimi.mgs of N«*w York said that no snucti'ci of the rules could make the act of til*' sis*' kcr in counting a quorum anything but tyranny, If th** recent rulings were constitutional Iii n* was no ii*s**l t*> sui ut ion tbem by a *o..c of rules; if they were uncoil-actitnti*»«mjI such ha:i**tiou could not make them «'CiH*titutl-»ual. He criticise*! the q**»k-er cir questioning the motives of members in mr.ring tin* simplest parliamentary motion. lf Iii!' s*M*.‘ik« r had til** rigid to determine the nu iv es til a member, in*'inliers had a right to «i- tcunine the motives of the sjiemker. Mr. t nipmaii of Mk'higan wain***! new mem’oer.-* timt one of the grentast fault* of the oid rule* was tliat th»*v ga?e too much power to flu* leaker atul to the (amiinitttea, ami it was now proponed to give to the nj-nhvr a larger control and to the cumin. ti cs a larger latitude. mu, * vip rn waxks wittv. yr t'arufit of Kentucky says that he arui his iv in* rat*** coilcagui’s had ♦Uncovered that “gen rid j uriiamentitry law ” w as an autocrat, wa- a tyrant, wa-a (Foil. Th** sneaker vc (Hini?ji*»f**iit. yet la*-kiug iii one of the attribute* of * in ai i»*‘ten. •— he wa* not the value vc teniay. to-day a.wl forever. He had th* u h* flint ti* *re must Is* wane «ief«*ct in t»M* * j»*ak**r' ' vision which enabled him to see a I Hmm re, »*i»en he -sit in hrs chair, but which would not permit Lim to see a Deuue end wlten he ah* standing at full height, clanning r*ss**-niti*ai. He hail comm* to the con* hisn*., th it the *qleaker dio'il I lie doaed with I *4- italUiy Ecil**ra' water tonic, ex-t* rnni!**, i*d rn&lly audct* nally. [I*tughter.] Ile hod v*en th** sam * s{iea»e.’ re**«>ginAe a Ile-|>ubli* mu l»‘i«u . he had risen from his chair or had ruined hi* voice; anil be had levo nv-UffiiMli d ut Uu* I.**utenant governor «*f a w«*t. et- t 't.it*% wl. i, •‘ailing to the doorkeejmr, aaldt “IJo out aiel find Senator Guusou. He is aer ne where all ait the    Tell    him he i> reeogn e l ami has th** floor.n [l.aiighter.] Mr. ll(*mlerwoa of Iowa said that for the la^'t few w****k» tin* country had witncaaj ac-m s uivqaaUvd iu the history of tile gov-en i mint. The speaker of the house. I‘ack***! bv every Hepubli *an meuibar on tile floor. had been making a st an. I for tile right* ann liU-rty of the people. The little had brought on ecctMM. «*xee*sliug in monstrous pi*opor-tioiis tin all exi-uptcig brutality}, any that has ever **.*ciirrod in the nati**nal capital. Only »Mie picture st*sal out stnaiver ui history, and bult v,a wiiena hme rati** cluL lai*l th * lume ri d Sun.mer on the ll.sa* of the senate. Wit, ridicule a im I the rantings of a mob had ts-en pr***entel to <*•*»,OOH,OOO of jieo pie. Epithet* had lieon burk'd broadcast from the other side of the rhamher at the pio«iding offiter. language whi**h sh<ml*i bai e e\ji**!le*l it* parrs had lieen uttered and fliihhtsl over th** wires. “Tyrant,” ‘'usurper,*■ “corruptun.ist,” “Imckei by a moi*, weie til* •INss lies to which the ismutry bud been Brerd e< I. THE icriTIJCAXII II KAN BCHIX ERA. Gentlemen cuukl not lie *-**11 *d toaixouut f>>r thi' Inn. .. g«*. led them understand that the country bai i*asss! through a fiery fur* Dict* which had ehuiiuatcd the northern d<4[. h-fn«*e. (vent ten levi on the other sid* undertook to control this cxHintry whether they wei*e in tin* maj*»nty or in the minority, They could not *i«* it. fAjiplause <41 the Rh puMic«u ide.] The Republicans rn* ant bus! nos-, an i it was to do that bo. ates*, calmly, earnestly, bravely and patriotically, that th**' were bi ne. A-sanuJt after assault, fnan pleat ami email, ha*! been hurled against th* r, .aker. Gentlemen hail been very chary al nuiking such assaults when th;* sjleaker had been on lh** fl»>or. instead of tieing tied up at pi. .doing eau-VT. [laughter on Itepublhmr •lac.] Jvo Kt-ulk naut had darwd. outside or inside K .VG' ll A I'/.VG, (Ut Ll) j SIL IF"/? PLA TISO of the chandler, Bo insult Mr. Reed when he tM-cupied a seat on the floor. Was this chi* a I nous; was it brave for mea to stand iii front of tile *k*sk and hurl at the *i«eaker epithets they would not liave dared to litter had lie l*een on the floor! Referring to the election cases, Mr. Henderson Maili that if there was a memlier on the floor entitled to his -eat the Republicans I would stand up and defend his rights, but if j theie w as on the floor a man w ho held his seat by black hearted fraud or red-lianded j murder, they would unseat him if th**y had i the power. (Applause fin the Republican ; aide. I    _ IN THE SENATE. W ash I not* tx, Feb. 13.—In the senate yea-terilay Mr. Sherman calks! up the joint resolution congratulating the people of the United States of brazil *m their adoption of a repulr benn form of gvveriuncnt. He said that it was the Hest clause of the resolution intro-durn! by Mr. Morgan, and that as the republic of Brazil had already beeu leeognized in th** confirmation of the appointment of an envoy extraordinary it had linen thought pro]tar to ]>ass this joint resolution so that it might be presented at the same time. The joint resolution was |tass*-*I unanimously—yeas, 45; nays, 0. A joint resolution was also passed reijuost-ing the pres id*-ut to invite the King of the Hawaiian Islands to select delegates to represent the king iii the Pan-American congress now assembled at Washington. Senate bill was {Kissed authorizing the con-struction of a bridge acroes the Arkansas river in Indian Territory. *At I "J;.VO the senate went into secret amnion and at 5:5(1 {». in. adjourneil. HK FO IDI OF THI: BALLOT Mr, Morgan Confirmed. Wash I not* in, Feb. 13.—The senate devoted five hours yesterday to the consiilera-tion of th** nomination of Thomas Morgan to tie Indian commissioner, **outinuing the discussion lM*guu Tuesday. Senator M anders*hi, a member of the c«»miuitteeou Indian atfairs, made a RlNNfh in defense of Commissioner Morgan. Mr. Spo<»n**r. Mr. Da wee ami Mr. Aldrich followed in Mr. Morgan's defense Senator Begun made a strong H|M*ech in favor of confirmation. S*‘iintors F7varts and Dolph also s}>oke iii fav'or of confirmation. Senator Jones ami several other Dt*im***rats made rqieecfaee against confirmation. A vote was taken at ,'r.'S‘» anil tin* nomination was confirmed. "J** to Hi. The manillation of Dr. lK»r**h**ster as sujier-inteml*‘ut of indian schools was then taken up lait no quorum voting, at 5:50 the senate adjourned. t olmiiLs-.inner Morgan hear*! the result at the capitol, when* he remained the greater {tart of the afternoon, NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS. I liey Hold their Annual Meeting in New York— t Banquet To-night. New York, Feb. 13.—The annual meeting of the American New spaper Publishers' association o)M*m**l yexterday at the F'ifth Avenue h«>t**l. About fifty memlier* were present, among them tieing Vk'tor F. Lawsou of the (l)icago Daily New*., George F. Prescott of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, James W. S***»tt of the Chicago Herald, ami Charles E. Austin of the Buffalo Express. The rejKsrts <»f the sn-rctary, traasurer and manager wcj u Jti*a I A committee was ap-pointod to {ircjiare a program of discussion. After hearing the report* read the meeting recessed until I o'**l«»*-k. The conventual will^be in session for two •lays. At the lainquet to-night Hon. Chauncey M. IV|>ew ami lion. Charta* A. Dana will Ive present. Th** n**w siMi|a*rs iii the association are. it is estimated,read by more than 15,000,omlperaons daily jim i the * spital represents! by them is l»«*liev»*d t*»**x «s d %M5,000,000. Th** meeting rc-c«»nveiled at I p. in. The commute * on program made a report and the aft**! nom wa* taken up in discussing the work of the association ao*l how to better it, but no final action wa* reached o*i any single point. _ CLAASSEN'S EXAMINATION. La-hier Col-en and Hank Kiaminer Matthew* on the Maud. New York, Feb. 13. — Commissioner Shi«*l*ls yesterday <*ontinu**d the exaiuinatiot) of Pet«*r J. Claassen. clung**! with e|.pro|»ri-atin" t * his ow n use fun*! *»f th** Hixth National !*nnk, Conra>l N. Jordan not l**ing ready with his promi***d batement was ex-■tis* d until Fralay. Cashier Colden of the Sixth National Itank was :whII< •! an*! nail! that of (SIO shares of tin* Equitable bink *-t** k given by Cktasacn a* security for tile tint*** loans of each, Mr. Jordan had r**«'eivcd I'M) and tile Imlun e remained in the bink. Mr. Jortlan Sind als** re**«*:ve*I as colkitera) 550 shins** of th** l>*m.x Hill hank st*»*-k. On <*ross *'XU lunation United State** Rank Examiner IL-jilmrn t**stified that the security given bv CbkisNen f*ir the three hvins was, according t*i the rtikw of conservative l»ai*k**rs, insuffi'deiit. Mr. Hefdairn then re-!«♦•*-1 the c<»n versa ti* hi had by him with Mr. Claassen whU*b r**s |t^**I iii the former telling the tait<*r that un)**** tile money to take up the *stLfled ciiaLi for UK!,(I0 w as pr<slm*ed by it im*’;It the Plowing morning tb«* clearing hou-e would throw the liank out. Hoard of Medicstl Examiners. Albany, Feb. 13. A committee from the Stat** Hone i-opNthic Me*Beal s< i**ty Mpf<ear**il lefotv the n*>c nldy genera! Liw-s (*onunittae yewterdny att nn*«(ti in favor of th** bill of Galen R. Hitt, providing for three btxsrds *»f state iiH**li<*al eTni»*i!i«*rs to lie sci*** ted equally from tile thrts* schools, ajlo;with, hormcMjiath and e**lc ti.*. rl"be committee state*! that all the other bills introdnced gave the allo|»ath rffnol a majority and was not in the line of fair and gooi legt«lRti*»n. No obje* t ion a|n>earing against the bill the committe* decide*! t*> r**|sirt it favorubty, but Chairman VI hiiiplr says that if anyUsly wants i 1 fie heard up >11 it, he will recommit it. TI;**** am* 1 lite** w.’i reject adverwfdy Mr. J«(hnson*H bill for allow coursing *»f ti Hinds and hares. H.i>*bi)l M»-n iii < onf«-renee. New Y* irk. Feb. PL—Managers Mutrieof the New Yorks, Blady of tk*< Jei>cy Citys, Trott of Newark and P»rat-rs of R«>* bester were all in the city yester*lay afteriniou. They met and talked over tile prosj**ots f(>r the ojienitig of th * season. Manager Brady said that lie had just **igii<*d F L . K *av of last season1* Auburn team. Blady has two or tUr»*e more ne*u in \iew aud will protiahiy sign them til a *lay or two. The new Players' club grounds in this **ity are being pushed forward anil already one can get a slight i«iea of wliat they will !o>>k like. \N NY A TLH Eli, JEWELRY. AL. Huv the Aurora Railroad Watch. Hcpait.ug a a pert any. Frauk F nlapl. 83 K. Ilnid st. r M. MOCKER, Marc ha ut Tailor, jiff leutral A von ne a com rut TK link or HOUDA Y GOODS :n*>4 ill AIN STREET, Opposite Iraqu«*is Hotel. v:e«lu>C **( Gist** Makers. New Y«irk, Feb. Pi.—A malting of the American Glass Manufacturers; was bold hero yerrtentay, D. C. Ripley of Pittslmrg presiding, and the loading plants of the country tieing rvpivsentod. The pnstsslings were s*s ret, but it is believed that a trust was agreed upon. President Ripley and others w ho were interviewed after the meeting declined to commit themselves, but would not deny that a trust was in contemplation. AN Interesting interview with I X-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. He lay* Si * Had Not thought it Would A rift tile Ik-raorrsffc Vote to its Detriment, hut That Would Make No ll- A arent-* In His Advocacy of It—Th* X.fSStcm He Favors. B/w*.t*more. Feb. PL—The YVaxiiington cor-reaps ndent of the Baltnn«>re JSiin has had an extesidrd interview with ex-President Ctava-lan<\, chiefly on the question of ballot reform, whinh is agitating the public min*! in all {tarts of th a country, and oaf axially at fbi** time in Jai* land. At tbf opening af the conversation Mr. Cleveland said that when he went to I is adon with tho late Henry W. Grady he ha*! prepur*-d with the utile aa care the sj leech whir Ii he delivered, in it he had endeavored tog^v’e his vi.*ws frankly and fully iq*ou the inatf •!> which he regarded as of public int**r-«*st. and Ie- thought that would relieve him lh* * th*- ins** -sity of any further expressions for a I* dig time to cs nm-. Rut he wus diaap-|K)int *i in this. Th** ques ion of Maryland {sditicfi wax br tagbt u{i and it was rcpres. ated to ifr. Cli * cia. i« I that some of the ami live rn Demo null* lead** iv at Washta don were fearful the*t the a f >nt i<in of the A**-! r**,ian system w’.oflld iinjieril Demo -r? tic -*r*i"*macy. Ho s**f.'ii*v| surprised and ai • Ie* *1i<! n*»t see why tlt*i>* sh* .itld Is* any fear in that score. *"But said lie, “I have ’lever biok^d upon tho’s qu-Mton from fiat pdnt of view. i Ii av** never * lei ai ted in my own mind whether tis- removal of trickery from th;* voter would sane or benefit th** lk*mocratic |i«rtv. Ballot ref*-nu i' light, aiel that is why I think it should Is* adopted.” Mr. Cleveland said Governor Abb'tt of Sew Jersey and Governor CnmnVll of Ohio were two of th** mo J ast Ute politicians in the * nun try, and no one could b<* more pro-r ameed in favor of tho prvncipk* than each • if th«*ui. Boston DEMOCRATS HATISKI HD. Referring to the late munk*i|sd **l****tion in iks>t*)ii, which had frequently l****n held up as a wa n I in;* to Dem*N*ratic a<!v’(s*Hl*-s of tile Aiis'trr.iiH w-tem, be said it was folly to as ceil* P -puh)i**an victory to the etfectMof vile m-w *. i ag ia.v. Tho Law tuui nothing *w lune vet* to «i«» with it, and no better proof could Im- ask***! *>f tilt* value and iu-tice of the measure than the fact that all til** binding Maxsai iiuM*tts Democrats were entirely satisfied with its ojie rat ions. As to the argument that the muslucated voter would lie embarrassed mid in many instances deprived of his privilege, Mr. Cleveland could in it se** that tLur** was anything in it. Nothing * vail* I lie easier than til** adopt. >n of signs or • levi*"' . apparent for the mast ignorant, indicating th** political complexion of tho candidate to lie vote*I for. TMK IM.AN HE FAVOUR. Ile though* tit • Lest plan would )** to have I hits of all • uu Le ti- s printed «»n one ti«ket, th-' sigil' t*» U* adopt s! starting in at the top of each list aud n Heating bi which {tarty the candidate.- la I- aged. The voter could then by on** mark indicate Ids intention to vote for all the candidates of his {tarty. He did not approve of tit* {lnqKisition requiring tile voter to make a mark opp (site each candidate of bis party. This was cuiiiltersouieand laborious Mild would respit d>sa*lvantage-oiisly so far tis U»th the **<lu!'ate<l and the un-♦siucate-I voter w as concerned. Many business and {trofe-'Sional men would not take the trouble to make a er«*ss or mark oppwite every name. This provision would aLso give the voter w ho was not able fit read his ticket ail the prote< 'ion ami con (duration to which lie was ( nt:* bd. It would not {irevent the independent voter from hi-catching any indi-v tibial candidate obj*s-tiottable to him. RA I.M»TS SHOl'I.D RE “OFFICIAL.” The vital principle ot liallot reform he regard* d a lo !ged in the “official” ballot, To J >e nu it nu unofficial ballot would leave tho *l*s>r as w ilk* op-n a> ever to bribery nnd **or-rnpti ’U. An “official” ballot only would sweep away to a great extent, if not entirely, all eau se for campaign Iii ti* Is, that fruitful •outre of I nil »rry and corruption, for if the state J►****I .iii tile expenses of th<* election there v ot.id !* little |»l«*a to levy assessments U|Miii • aiuiidat' s and contributions (rom in-tt*i***-te*| out'iders. Tile necessity for liallot reform was m**sl urgent and Indiana, a state most * epai(l«* of juilging and apiirociating th** <-* ii - ol tie* pr**K-nt situation was rijie for the movement in that direction. VV IDEHPREAD CffRSfPTIOK. In the last presidential ca'iipnign this virus of corruption of tie* voter h id pH'Scd largely into the rural districts of New York, and thousands of voters who never b**fore east any l*ut an bol teat Ital! *t hu-.l yk l*k**l bt temp tai i<>11 and for two-dolkir bills vot* «! against th *ir own convirtHMW. lf not arit*ste*i by I*-g i slat ion It wuukl It** much worse at the next general elect inn. The area of briFtery and «s*rnt|)ti*-a woidd in**reHse, the takers of bi its*., weald double in nuiidters and in |tri<x* and the corruption fund would inevitably work to greater and greater proportions Rein' in;? ti# opportuuitiM for bribery as far as passible to a minimum would result in draw iti>r p-.i tv lines rlo-s i* than ever before, for th** gen i*riI voter, with no temptation to swerve bim, would uatt rally eust It Lh liallot for toe pat ly to which lie was allieii, however h steely, He exfMvs. <1 t'uo js*rf**<*t confldeuoe that public sentiment was rtmniug strongly in favor of I tall* it reform, and he believed it. w.utsl ere long b* *-.idi i -ntiy |s».-erfiil to o.up I n*sjH*«'t aiel o’, s* lien** Yr* 'iii reluctant legi-latoin. GEORGE WILSONS CONFESSION. The wife-'lur lurer 1Ui|r One Before Ile Was Executed Ih» HESTER, Fell 13.- A great deal of excitement wa- caused ut Albion yretcrday by the published a «*«)uiit of a nqifoaion made by Ge«•I'j'v Wilson, who murdend his wife chi Jan. IR, |ss($. The confrarion was ma Ie to lt**v, Dr. tWwrnr and another reaponslbta citiaen of A I bion whore name is withheld aud was pub it.-bed in a local weekly (Miter. \N ii '•Hi w as execiju «l on the s<*afT< kl in Albion ♦til June IR. IRR*, and he died |»r<(claiming hb innocence. If he had told the story before his trial it would probably have saved bis Ute as lh** sentence womM hoi have bixin un*re revere than imprisonment for life. His OO lit ssion is to the elf (N’t that lie did uot intend to kill hts wife; that the killing took place during a quarrel, in regard to some let tor- -he had written a*x-t.-mg him of associating with another woman. Both grew very angry and finally Wilson arose frmn his -cat and struck his wife, rende: mg her unconscious. When she recovered c*»n-•rtouanesB abe bigan screaming and ha grabiied a Utwel and (ilaced it over her mouth, with the purpose of stopping her screams. YVh**n he removed the towel from lier fa**e he found that she wa* deed. He had smothered his w ife Ut death when he only meant to stop lier cries. In (lie Ohm Billot-Ko* Lave—Governor Eorakcr's HeeI Mr ut loo. Warrington. Feb. BL- The tiret witness exsrnitie*! liefore the house ItalltM lHix «*om-mittee vestorday was O. B. Bim wa of Dayton, 0., v. ho staled in answer to quest loan by Governor Foiuker that on Itehalf of the U>ard of el»s*ti«*ns of Dayton be had gone to Cincinnati before the election to procure Fiallot boxea Mrs \Voo»# jold him to b*le-graph T. (’. Campltell X New York. Witness did not order the boxes Charles J. Pryor of Cincinnati testified that he had given t'JOO to Wins! at Governor Foruker's re*|uest on (k-t. N, IHRY' At Governor Foraker's request Gen. Grosvenor wax sworn. In reply to Governor Foraker the w itii«**« said he had no objection to the publication ill The Kocord of a letter written by himself from which Mr. Halstead had read extra«*ta while on the stand. Gen. Grosvenor then read the letter. BOUND TO GET VOT KS. It is statist that the writer, Gen. Gres* veuor, had made up hu* mind at the l>egiit-ning of tile <*aui{.iaigti to contribute more votes Ut Foraker than any other mail, and that no man was more anxious to help Flaker than he. The writer promised U> make it more agreeable for Fin aker and more disa greeable for the crowd that surrounds Camp-Itell. The letter also stated that if Governor Campion had uot introduced the bill a very distiiiguishtsl Ohio lU'publican would have in-trodueed it. In a p<isLsrript it was alated that Mr. Jennings, editor of the Athens (O.) Messenger, lual told th** writer that Campbell ir.a*i #o,(MX) in the I cli lot Injx scheme. “If this is ao,“ said Governor Foraker, “the Kcheme is a corrupt one THE LIBERALS FOILED 117 Jij J? J^r ^ J» j/ BY THE GOVERNMENT'S ACTION IN THE PARNELL CASE. The Latter Delayed Reeding (lie Lout -mlMioii’a Re|mo 1 to Prevent th* spring. Ing of rn Debate Lait Hinted to tCmbarrwaa Them—Irish Torte* Object to the lawal Government Scheme. london, Feb 13 —Considerable disaiqstint-nient was felt bv those who have tas*n l*s>k tug I or wan I to the pr«**entation in parliament of th-* report of the Parnell oonintuadon that it wii^ not given to th** house Tuesday, a« it wa- relen ted Monday that it would lie. It is learned, however, that the goviimnient tte-caiue aware of th** intention of the opposition to Njtring a delist* on the question «if 'The Times breach of privilege a* noon as the report was read an*! therefore delayed it* presentation until the danger should be averted. I he fat** of Sir William Harcourt'! motion up*in the sing!# quest ion was a foregone conclusion, but it is doubtful that the government could have secured a majority favorable to a refusal fen consider the matter after the reading of the report, which would have op*»n«*d avenues of argument otherwise inaccessible to the cpi*nation. Tin* Timm having been protected and the danger of an t*X]M<Mire of the whole scheme having {Missed, the pitxi'umput will probably present the report today. 1RIMH TORIES PROTEST. I he Irish Tories ara raising a terrific howl against the millilitres local government J scheme, which they insist is a great**! mistake Iii answer to a question from Gov. Foraker j than even the pro {Hisn I U> establish a ('atho-as to who was referred to as a distinguished lie univ en;? ly iii Dublin, which project wax (ihio Republican, the witness replied, “that's J without doubt aiauutnned iii deference to me,” causing a laugh. The witness said that their strenuous ob j**ct ions. From the strength in his reference to the Republicans with and character of the oppoaitioii to many of whom he had talked mid who were afraid to . the government's schemes on the {>art of su|»js»rt tilt* measure openly, he did not mean 'lories and Unionists it may la* inferred that Republica!* mem!mrs of congress but Ohio the measures will tie subjected to radical Republicans. Oita ides I,. Kurtz, private secretary to Governor Foraker, was the next witness. Ile was qu -stio t«*d bv Governor Foraker «*on-cerniii'; a conversation on Ne{*t. .'kl, 1H89, with Col. Kau*is. The discussion Hnuvnial the K{te**ch <leliver*sl by the governor about the Iwllot (six matter. HOUKTIfINO BEHIND TMK BUX, The conversation of Cid, Sands ini(it>*s.s<si the witn**ss with the Itelief that th**re was something ls-lmid tile liallot-tsix matter. In sulwtan<*e Col. Sands wild there was a contract tiehind the bill and that J a Hire E. ('an«{e I *'11 I md gone to see the president in relation bt the bill. The effort with the president was to get certain Democratic leaders to abandon the discussion of the tariff long enough to mod 1 Heat ion liefore reaching a final vote. Ft! Bl.I*’ OPINION A UA I NRT IHXACH The examination of Elizalieth Vincent in the Richmond jsdiee court, on the charge of attempting to shoot Ismis Henry Isaacs, M. P., last (k-toiler, elu*ib*d the fact that Isaarai had endeavored to purchase the jfiaiug woman's si lei ne bv the J (ayin ant of LIO,(NNI, which offer she refused. This allegation seri-ously iii 1 pa irs the value <if the charge s**t up tty Isaacs that Miss Vincent tried to blackmail him and has turned the tide of public aytii|«thy in her favor. It ix sail that Isahi-m hold U|>on hie {tarliainent ary seat, which he o*s*upics as a Conservative, has lieen very shaky for noms time (*a.st, his constituents having virtually repudiated hint, and his early resignation is looked for. pass thi* ballot-box bill. i,eadiiig |*iiitk*iana J in this event the scat will be contented for the op|(ouilion bv Mr. William Saunders, the well-known philanthropist, t**ni|icrance advocate and proprietor of The Eastern Morning News of Hull, who is very |*»pular with Isaacs' constituents and almost sure of t**iug returned hy a large majority. Many bouses have been ruined by the Milking of the ground over the collieries near ItatilKir. Prussian Silreia, and the inhabitants of of lier houses occupying similarly unsafe site's have I! «i. Ow ing to the eontiuuAd ill-health of Herr Kreuger, chief of lh* Berlin bureau of the German secret (silitical (stlice, he has lievu ((ermaiHiitIv retired and ('apt. Naud*rode a|i|»ouite<t to succeed him. and int*mliers of congress, ('ol. SuiuLs hod said, had signed the contract for KU|t((lying the l*ix*»s. • MtVKRNOR FORAKER M A KEA A STATEMENT. Gov en air Foraker t**ik the stand at the conclusion of Mr. Kurtz's testimony to make a statement. He had reueiveil his first information about the patter from Mr. Hadden. No man was more particular than h** was as Ut what he said in regard to Maj. Butter-wrorth. lit* had l«*eu ii >n«»st in hi* political dealings and was somewhat sensitive to criticism about them. Th-* moment he h id found out that Wood was a forger lie had thrown him over!stand. In con fusion Governor Forak *r said: “I will tltiiik to the flay of my death that Itehind this titer* was some sort of ii |Mtj**r, but I don’t want any man Ut imagine that any name which is on this (ttqier was on that.” Hie governor said he would hunt for the truth until the day of his death. VV* Kin TRIES TO VINDICATE IHMNELP. Wood s-ii i; “I don't want this case to close with I*itll {Mirties thinking I have put lip a job on them. Th** whole tiling originated witli that man ({Hunting to Mr. Ila I den). It was business with me. If there was $5,000 down here I wanted ray (*art. of it. I never knew of any {taper except wliat you (to Governor Foraker) impressed me with, and I thought you and Hadden knew what you were ta IL in;; a! out.” Governor Foraker and Mr. Hadticn hoth denied the stnteinenUi made by Woe*I. This brought out from IYixkI the retort.: “Why don't you say y*»u never saw in** before! That's the way to {tut it.” After -o:iii* consultation bv the committee it wen concite I* *1 t*i adjourn subject to th# • •all of tile chairman. Toe ease is practically cktMsl atul th*- wit newt, including Governor Foraker, have lice ii dis hat gist. SERIOUS ACCIDENT to nu Exewralon Train nu w Hunt hem Homi1—Sftrml InJttreiL Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 13.—News (ms just reached here of a frightful collision on Uh* Alid*auii an*! (treat Southern railroad, near Coaling, Ala., U'twecn n south’s anni speriul eicundon train, consisting of twelve Pullman coachee caiTying over a tiiousa.ud |iassciig**r» nl a nor?hl*»tiiid TuR**alouea mi*-<*ommod i t ion. Em;in-pi Ed. Doolittle of the «j>e« ial was killcil instantly ami some ten or fifti*“ii |ss»-pie * »n the a*xs>mm< slat ion were hurt. Ti t* trains w*ere r Tining ut great s(sssl and is>• h engines, tlw* Iwggage hihI several oilier **«i>. were deinolLJusi. Pat ti>-uJars are meagre. The excursion train was en route to New Orleans. None of the (Amengen on the excur ion are reporteii killisi. Thy were from 1 nu ago and points in Ohio un*! Illinois. S*» far as **an is* leumed the wmimbi are; Mix G. D. Irwin, Binning ham, **ut in til** fa*v severely ; Mrs. C. H. A list on. Ti 1 sea Im rai, cut in face; VY', ll. Phelps, Tnscalonsrt, cut in head, I*m*1Iv hurt; Mart im Johnson, Jane Coleman, and Bid* Johnson, colored, seriontiy hurt. THE CRETAN OUTRAGES. Vfr. (iluilntoite lloims the Govern iiient Will Inv#i»tIsnt* Them. London, Felt. 18.- Ill the house of (inn mons yesterday Mr. Gladstone congratulated tin* government on th** amical.Ii- and satisfactory arrangement of the Kaiiionn dispute and trusted t)mt the government would uot suffer the |i*>rte to gloss *iver tile facts of t in* persecution of Christians in Crete mid the outrage* in Armenia. Ile was gratified at the government's admission that crime and •utrage had greatly decreased in Ireland, • nit d**nie I that. the diminution of violent* iii I in -reav* of prosperity were due to the ojieration of the eoeivion |»oIicy of the government. ( hi the contrary, he said, the is>tterni**nt of Ireland s condition wus due chiefly to the im- provisl rtale of agriculture. He ho)sal that th*- I*m-r*! government hill would is* conceived in a lils-ial spirit. lf the pro|Mtsals were uigg.irdl. tiny would merely produce new material, for agitation. Mr. W. H, Smith wiid tin* government would exert its influence in favor of justice Ut the Cretans and Armenians. The IrKh loon! g*n**rimient Itll!, he s;»id, would is* drawn tip*tii tin* lines of existing legislation for Kl 1 glut id and K«*otluiwi, with «*s(ieciMJ adaption t*i th** varying condition*. * [“Hear! Hear!” from til * government benches) He was quite sure that the frill would not Is* found too narrow. MR GREEN LEAVES AMERICA. 4 11 ft on Races. New York, Feb. 13.- A large crowd attended the rue**- at ClifUm yesterday. The weather was delightful aud the track in good condition. Following art* th** n*Kults: First ra**e. % ndl**: Schtick first, Bellair time, I .LNi. • y first. Osceola :se**oud, IJxzie M. third; HwoimI ra*v, % mile; Msoond, I toman* *e third; time, 1.05. Tili: ii race, 711 furioiigx; Prodigal first, Br;,i< se. o:id. Puzzle third; time, lr.'iihj. Fourth lac**, the Kingfisher hnndieajt, I mile: Swift first, Kosciusko Kay wssuMi, Sam I’, third; time. !:45q. Filth 1 ai e, ^4 iuita: .'**-l!i** Booker colt, lirst, SopLi t second, Fnadaga third; time, ,:1WV hiixth rat*, ti * t furlongs; Pomerv S*s* find, Joiib Arkins se*xxmI Gallus Dan third; tune, DW*.___ lh* * Ii CNffo ISrilmri Lm-c*. Chicago, Fob, PL- Tie* ca.-cs of the men * hat gist w ith conspiracy to bril«e tile Cronin jury, were called up iii Judge Waterman's ♦ ourt 3**sterday. Defen«lunts Shanks, Sulo-1110 1, Konen anil Smith {Jea«l guilty aud til* st ’*e - ettonwy iuiimnui -ciI teat he wotd*i use til* ai as witn.-s.Ms*. Tile ••ourt, after infonn- A McnihIhI Lont'ci aint; Him Lniis** fits Lit in to be I Mm* ol veil. New York, Feb. 13. A sensational sb*ry ani * ir*d ut a morning jwqier al*»ut the mar ria :** of 11 >u i • * (• 1 «*< ii. a New York stork broker an ii; ‘s*r«»f the firm of Green A Bateman, to Mr . Ptu-11 YlrCiwt, the divorced wife of Wiley < >. .ii a'ret* mn I the •laughter of the murdered Chicago millionaire, Snell. Th** marriage was said to liave taken place »t Old P«»int, \’a., and a color***! mitiister is said to have tie*! the knot Just after noon yesterday th** official announcement was marie on tit** stork Exchange of Green's withdrawal front the firm of Green A bateman At Hie office of the firm the following statement was given out] “M**sors. Green A Bateman announce the withdrawal of Douglas Green from the firm owing to Hie Manila iou* story published this morning.” Mr. Green liana wife living in New York from whom he has bren for some time seje Hinted but n*»t divorced. He sailed on tile steamer !<aiin f**r Europe yesterday with the new “.Mrs. Green.” Friend* of Green were a bait to have him arrested and suitj«s-lisl to an in*|uiry a* to Ills sanity, lait hi*> sudden de|iarture for Europe foiled them. They claim that his brain wa* injured by a fall two yeare ago. i tit III* Throat. Locihvills, Fell 13.—Professor Ijouis Hast went into Birk’s cutlery shop in Third street ami ask*sl f*>r a razor. One was shown him worth #1.5(1 and he tenderol a #10 bill in {wymeut and asked the shopkeeper to sharpen it. While Birk went to the back {tart of the shop to trop the instrument, the man tr*»k another razor and cut his threat. He was the nes t prominent and re*|iectcd musician iii this state. Mental alienation due to long illness i* Die cau*e. T I .lf * I * rn J ? if I * I J ‘ »#»ra tai I. r 'M 15 * Ii J It FOR 1890. Very Choice md Isquisite in Design, Elegant Assortment. 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BUSINESS SUITS! $18 AN’ UPWARD OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION, TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. $3.75 and UPWARD. Throe, price* yo ni until Fcb'y. 15lh. E. A. SALYER, •rm central avenue. LADIES! lf yen w:int nu oa\y md comfort* alt!*- shoe, with a heavy aoli*, one that will **v    ii A Ri-pitblican Nontinallnn, RfM'HEKTER, N. Y., Feb. 18.—E-iwarrl A. Staiilbrtxlt wah last evening nominated for member of asrembly by the Republicans of th© He**i>mi Monro* district to succeed P. Andrew Sullivan, deceased. St    4    on!    i    ail    let    <    d. i M INNES ptiiJH, Felt. 13. — The Jmirnals mg th rt. to what they wore liable ii l„* mu- fVrre, S. I)., tqiecial sayx: The mmt exag-forveil is* full pen. tty, vtid he would bear geratmi faiaehoods have been sent out by evidence t*> det**rmi;»e w .at mitigating < ir- s{**« ihI •-orretqion*tents since the opening of instanti•> tbie wen*, if any, in their (Mews, the Sioux reservation. There has been no Kavanaugh and <) f toum-ii pleaded not occurreu-e of a sensational nature, but the guilty and the work of securing a jury was most flagrant lies have lieen wired the New begun. 'I here Is se yet no trace of Graham. York and Chicago papers. keep your feet firs and warm, pet a pair of D. Armstrong k Co’s Ham! Welt, eorumon Neuse shoes. They wilt please yon.— SULLIVAN & SON, 2 1^3 Centre Street. For Finest call at Monroe’s. ;