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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY ll*. I 890. NO ll. It RP Ii ES EN TA TI VE ^USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK 4 NKW HULING MACHINE for ruling /\ all kiwi* of blunk* I* the lated amhtmn t** lh*- Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Comourn. ALEXANDRIAN Coni and Wrnsi Yard, 7KU Central Art-ll ne, opt mimic Nickel Plat* J |Ot Ail grade* of flan! aud Soft < <*al, *’ »dj Luoib*-r, Shingle* ami l.ath. Free leliv    Corm* porn Ie uoe for wholesale lota ♦oh Cl U5*l. 4 I.F.X. M. MANN, Practical Plumlier, Gan .\ ami steam Kilter. S|ie<ial attention <1 vv" to Sanitary Pi urn bing    Kali mated given on Plumbing, Ga* Kitting, Steam Heating and Hot Air Furnaces, ti h. Thin! street. I I It. GI FPO it l>, iii and SM (Antral Ave I I, Artistic I*boingraplier. Instanlaneoiid I’noUigraptis of Balnea a specialty. Hitter* oeed not wait for sunshine except for OS bt es I #OOK HI NU KRY—J AMM la VISA, Pro-i I pricier, No. IG h.. Second street, near ll atturn street, Dunkirk, N. V. Magazine*. Mn ic, Pain pit lets, etc., Istund in all styles. Order* p.,iii idly ain lilied to. All work guaranteed. J it IU lit It'S ( KOCKKHY HOUSE, ll    •'KM    Central Avenue. Wlmlenaie and r*‘tail dealer in lap irted and i iui'Klic China. Glassware, Ae. I »H AH. H. ll Ileitis, 221 < mitral Ave. Gen* Vy eral Insurance, Life, Accident ami Fire iU-fore traveling insure your lie in the old reliable "Traveler*’.” Heal Kstule Ageut. I.oaiis negotiate I on p-opertv. PKO PUNS I ON AL. t IHAUTAUyI’A HOTHI., V J    .    Ha    tea,    $1    |>er    day. Livery ami limo ding Stable in connection. Victor Holer, til and 387 Lion sir*-et- j <1TY HAKltKK HOOP \_y    dias.    Nagle, Prop,, Under Lake shore National Hank, come tenter and Third streets. A tine stock of foreign anil Domestic < igars. LION KLIN A HON, H    Ms    tenter ntrnet. Practical Uurse-rimei a. Particular attention pan* to interfering Horsed. Hhoeiug of rom! *r . tr ating tiors«-s a specialty. l» ('N Ll HK EVENING Oils Lit V EK. Largest Daily In the County. Au unequalled advertising medium. Iv UN Kl HK ENG IN ELKING COMPANY. I    loru'criv    sellew    A    Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boiler-', Pulleys, snailing Hangers, et*'. Patterns, Forgings, Callings, and Machine Work lo*»rder. nil* Kl HK HH I KT CO., att, AA aud 207 Center street, Manufacturer# of the ‘Cromwell” and ‘‘Dunkirk” perfect - fitting Ureas shirts. On sale iii all leading furiudnug, clothing ami <lry gouda lioums tu Dunkira. Iv P. TOOMEY, I ,    114 aud (.‘Si I,ton street, I mater iii ¥ lour, feed, all, Haled Ila), Pin* ahaU s, etc. EslabbrhiMl, 1877. I KIK HOTEL and tutting Sat** rn, Union \ Depot Las) access lo all trams and hn»-,iium Houses. ileal acc* mom Minima* for Lew uerci a I Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. h» ll LE ICS A OL j    97    and    99 E fluid aire**. Fine Furniture, I abl net Ware and l.'p-•iowtcriug. Picture Frames made to order. O. MATT KHON A CO.. KH Central Ave., tjeaders of Fashion and Gentlemen on mite rn. j I A HK Ll. HT KAM HEATING WL Manufacturers of Steam Heaving Appal atua. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. | | OME MTK AM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    .Shirts,    He;    Collars, lo; Cuds, Ae., and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A W. Cummings, 2d7 Center street. j| It. OEHM, h. Third st., cor. of Hutfalo Mauuf «ctur* r and dealer in F ine Boot# A Shoes. I I RN KY WEILERT NEW S1XIKK, tut K. II Third st. Hooks. Stationery, Musical In* •u unieiib',Mugs4ir.es,Daily aud W eeklv l a viol sud ever* thicg pcrtaiatng ta a first cia*# Iss.k sutra, Suborn Hooks a specialty. I oft PKI sting of evergreen piton and at ♦I lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, Hand IO FL Second st.j JH. VAN MUREN A HON, Fir*- Life, Aeeideut and General Insurer.*. Dealer' iu Heal Estate and lmftti*. Particular attention paid to the c ire of properly collecting ivnts Ac 2191'euler sc, 2nd fiwv. Al' O-' KOE*H PHA Ii VI ACY, .jut1 Centra! Avenue ti* .^quarter* lor Wall Paper Pa.ids. ohs, At. I >EKKINS, J. W.. I    200 Center ativt, kl a ii u tat lurer and ica rr in ll ii ne**. S:pt des, .i.es, collars. Trunk-,H h pc, Buffalo Holies •    „«»    Covers.    Gl*»v« s. Mi liens and .sleigh Holies. ♦ yl.EMMING. I VV. Murray, I    S    Lion    ©tract. .v specialty    made of .-salutary Plumbing, team    and    Ga*    Fdung. Workmanship    (lUai- lll “C l I i UC 11 OLT EH, J .    17 £a*t Th i ni »'rw'L Fasnionsole Tailor. Gentlemen will find it lo tho r advantage to Calion mel«efore i-ur< luting elsewhere. H. CAKY A CO., i Lion Street. -m-ral llar*lw»re, White I va l,Oils.Painter** [oii'S, i HI Cloths, Gnu. ie w ar**. A special Hberwu.William*Pa • tam! Monroerang*. FLING, s ich as blank-boukn, hedgers, ami a I kinds in hlanksilone.it Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IU K. Second >C RCIHILPH M OLDEN II ait EK. ,    t or. Third and Buffalo Sis., Dealer in Grand*-, Marble, Flagging mil Bunding stone. (Ta!! on me »s*f»*re buying y«nir sub--walk f ) ISLEY A CO.. ; ami :* East Front -lr* cc Whisky, Wines. Brandies. General Liquor .Store for F'amily Cst. Robert wk tv. Lion Greet, neat Hie de|a>c Hoarding, Hale, Feed and Liven Stable. Htabling bi the day or w«sk on reasonable R T. HOLTH, M. II., Physician and Hurgeon, Office over by'n’* Drug Store. Residence, Central Avenue. Telephone N*». 2. Calla mav Im* left at Lyon's. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT J aLKSMEN Wanted at once. Local or » * Traveling Mig Pav. Hleadv Work, stork Warranted Gun k selfing Specialties. Outfit Free. Experience Unnecessary. J ah. K. Whitney, Nursy man, Hoc hosier, N. Y. OTODDAKT ACO., Patent Attorneys, (lift 7lh ^ SC, Washington, D C , opp I H. Patent office Patents. Caveats and Re Issues secured Trade Marks regisU-red All Patent business conduced for mrslerate Fees. Information, Advice and iqiertai references aeuton request. a*A CSA I MIY. ll. EXPENSES IN \ I ►-V’ H ' V ANCB, allowed each mouth. Steady emplovment st home or traveling. No solicit-mg I miles delivering and making collection*. No Postal Fards Address with stamp. HAFER ACO., I (qua, Olin* I wish to employ a few ladies on salary to take rharge of my business at their homes. Light, very fascinating and healthful. Wages Im |»er week. Reference given. G«sst (av for l»art time. Address with st nip. MKH. Mas-Ion W alk KH. Loins* die Ky. M'lllfl Is    (ti) A MONTI* .sn Is- made •Nfdffu Is ...IW.W woririag for ut. persons jne-ferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed abo. A lew vacancies in towns and «iiit-i B. K. JOHNSON A CO., moo Main Sc. Richmond, Va, For Kilt or ‘ult*. I bulse corner S**cnml ami Dove streets. Newly fitted up amt in fine condition Will sell on ens? terms, Enquire at the office of Martin Heater tin f"he\JK!formon Elders’ Book ■ on    Strength,    mailed    fie#    to    married men, s^fra* r. & Crouch. Maraud BV. Hew lurk SPUING ISHO WAIT FOR F. D. MATTESON db CO’B FE I i. I *~>i Ii. A full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. WAIT! New Barber Shop. O. A. HUEBER, formerly in W heeler's har-l*er-fdiop, fins openeil the Imrber-shop in the F;rie Hotel. He has every facility for good work, and cis to men* will find it a good place to go for shaving and hair cutting. Drunkenness Gr the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured r* AOMiuisnimo on. tutus' oeiDEN swine. It can he given in a cup of coffee or tea. or In hr ticks of food, w about the knowledge of the person taking it; It is absolutely harmless ami will effect a permanent ami apertly cure, whethei f lie patient Im a moderate dri u ker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAIL8. "> GUARANTEE a complete cure in everr Instance. 4S page boom FREE. Addre**inconfffkmrm. rOL0E>l SPECIFIC CO.. td5 Race St.. Cincinnati.^ 1> KID, J- W., v    IU tenter street, m-aler In Musical Inatruinciitn and Sewing Machine*. We make a s^s milv of first clam make* of Piano* and 4 arrand A Votey Organa AM J. GIFEDKD, am Central Ave. tUp 0 .lairs I, I •♦-nere I IIM! ranee and Heal F. eta tv .vgenL Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock 1 t'fetoacce- Proiupt attentioi, giv^n u* buying and Helling Heal E*t*u- re U. JONEN J    75    k. mi tai ML, cor Deer. 4 *x cc 1st or Moat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat*, IdHM, Sausagoa, Oysters and Poultry.      _    _ ii- A TCHEN JEWELRY. Ai. Buy the Auntre Kailnmd Waled. He tut in ug a Muociaity. Frank rTHtapf. ta K. Thirl vt T M. MOCKER. Merchant Tailor. tiff Central Avenue C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. 3«4 M XIN ST, It! F'F' X 1.0, X. Y. HEAI.KR IN pins, VARES d JSWELRT, t locks. Sitverwwr**, leather Uoods, Etc. XKO UA Vt NO, HOLD 4 SIL VER PLA TINO w A COMPLETE LINK OF HO LI I) A Y GOODS NOT STRICTLY UNBIASED. THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE. CRITICISM OF THE JUDGES IN THE FARNELL CASE. Their I ourtenmalIon of the Paraetllte Party Not Warranted by Their Findings tu the ( a»e of It* leader*—The Kaiser’s Ile-* r. pts Likely to Csuw a I leer rased Hmm -relist X’ote. London, Fell. 19.—Now that the exultation Af the Parnelliteu over the a«*quittal of Mr. Parnell ami bi* chief awas-iate^ of the moM bemoil** of the crimen charge*! against them i* airting, the opp<Mition new*}i«|>erM arc liectiuiiiig iiKire nevere in their critH-lsnis of th** Mweeping indictment of the polit ical met In Hie of tim Irish by the txaumimion Having eionerated Mr. Parnell ami hi* colk-agiH-M fniiu the charge* of I’riniiiial prac-tkwe ami direct or indirect a.w* inturn with crUniiial* the (.ilieral an*! Home Rule prea* maintain that tins judge* stultify themselves in denouncing the party of which these men an- leader* h- |*»rticipator* in or lieueflciar-kw of questionable |<o!iti< al pnu tk*s The IMH tisaiiMhipexhibited by the ivmnilMnn, it is cia mud. inqiaini the value of the re|*»rt as a truthful expremdon of tile findings of the btMly, es|Hs-ially in view of the fact that tile bins**! opinions of the judicial gentlemen are gratuitous ainl often irrelevant. TIIK KM i'KRl tit’n IUUURIPTH Tile getn-ral opinion iii regard to F.m|«eror William's lalmr mr ii pts is that they will have the effect to cripple the S« vial I st propa-ganda. though in some district* the Socialist vote may lie increaaed for local reasons The Italian SAs-ialists at Milan have a<lopte<l rew-oluti<ai* praising the nwript* and complimenting the euqiernr upon the wisdom which directed their issuance. At tile same time the resolution! isaigratulate tla* G*-nnan Ho-rinlists iqs>n their victory in having forced the kaiser int*» the step he has taken by their persistent agitation aud the rare ability they have displayed iii presenting their case to tile government and the flense. The government has awarded a life i**n-■oii to tIm* daughter of the late |hm»L Martin Farquhar Tuftier. Th*- government of Holland has notified the Berlin government of its willingness to (tarti<-i| ut** in the proposed latsu' conffmw iii Berlin. Under the nsently published edict* expelling Jew* from certain portion* of Russian territory the court* at < Vl*-ssa have disbarred thirty lawyers professing Hie Jewish faith and onletied their withdrawal from tliat district within a sfieciflod time. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Continuation of the Debate on the Ad-Ji*-'- to the Queen. Lonuom, Feb. 111.—Iii the house of commons last evening Maurice Healy asked Hie government whep er it was true that John Daly, now a convict in the Chatham prison, had lieen grossly ill-treated and nearly |s>isoii«si siiw-e Ie* hail refits**! to give testimony, which would (♦Hinel the Pamelhtre w itll «Iv Haunters. Mr. Ilealv requ»*st«sl that a sworn inquiry !*■ ina-k* into the matter, or that member*of the house of <“oininon* lie n!low«sl are-es* to Daly in |>riao»t, the same as The Times had lieeti. 11 olm Secretary Mattliewrs said lie had no authority to grant the inquiry asked. He denie«I the allegations that Daly had lieen ill-trvatr I. mid stabsl that Daly himself hail iiia<k-no «*ouipl'iint. The di*|s*ser arf inisli-«ii.es in the prison, who had *-arel«*ssly put an int-iiliM* of I<ellHd<»niin iii a pmacription for Daly, hail Is en suspended from duty. In reply to a question bv Mr. I^ilmuchere. Mr. J ic I; on, Ii na i ic in I secretary of the treasury. said tfiai noilemund for the (nynient of ex|M*iis»-s of willies .«s who testified for the rarncli commis ton hail lieen made upon the treasury. Mr. II. C. Campi»*ll Baimcrtuan rminieil the del -ate on tin* aldim The government, be said, ha*! wit,fully ivsiirted to coercion wbeti such a c*«ur*H : ad Ims-ii prov.sl bi In* wet e th in i..s it■««%. There could la* no jiaci-ficution of Ii land while the masses are alien-attsl front the governinent and their reuifi-denee iii thA- adniiiiistratioii of justice was deaf iv*y«s I. Mr. Balfour, defending the jioiicy of the ministry, said that brutal attack* hail lieen made tqmn hi* government, precisely tile Kame na Mr. O'Brien iii the press hail made ujM»n Karl S|iHHvr and Mr. Trevylan. Mr. O'Brien proteste.1 against Mr. Balftair’* imputation of ““tH-utal attacks" tifwui him, vhen-tipon Mr Balfour witlalrew the epithet “brutal." but quoted an article in Mr. O'Brien's |»a|M‘r «k*iH*utK*ing Karl Njiencer severely. Such wild phrase* as th*»*e era-ployed bv Mr. O'Brien were current eoiti with Hie I’arnellites now. The government aimed to free the Irish from the Ismdage of unsmipuloti* conspiracy, pi siippr»-ss intititi-ilatioti ami to give Pi th** people the isunmon rights enjoyed by indivhtuals in every civil* iwsi rvMintry. His op;sHi<nts. J r Balfour said, heil admitted that lr. ia:ul was now jieais*ful and prospeiiKi*. He ini“.t«sl tliat the house and the country wmild <smtmue to Mqqsirt tin* pill y uidvii had so givatly tiene-tit«s| li>-l.oid A di\isioii was taken on Mr. I’arnell* a i net .dimwit to the add*e-s asking the re|ieal bf the euerei«ai act. Ri «H-t-sl Mr. GI «l«tnne Hear- the Miner*. I»XPON, Feb. 19. — Mr. (Hadsp.ne was w aite<i ii|-»u by a delegation of miner* yesterday and lhdened with ck we attention to the address of their spokesman. Iii reply he sn a1 that th*-v must first consider the question w bet her working men were not willing to work more than eight hour*, after which they should ask thetns-ivw seriously whether turner* were entitled P* separate and exceptional treatment. He was unable, he said, P> give any pledges anti must la* left entirely free to act according to his juiigment. The O’shfn Snit l‘o*tpone«l. Ixixdon, Feb. 19—Ca [it O'Shea ha* filed a supplementary |ietilioti iii the matter of his - i:‘ agd'ist his wife for divorce, extending th# period her adulterou.s relation* with Mr. I’arueU. In conaequetKe of this the time wit tim whu-h answer* may he tiled ha* also h •* ii extended. Mr. XV outlier, Ca pi. O'Shea'- solicitor, #>xpr>Mwes doubt that the trial w ill take plare Iwfore autumn C tv FlectP-n*. 8 THA CC.si:, IM* I”. — Wdltam Cow ie. Republican, wa* elected mayor yesterday by NM majority over William B Kirk, lk-nitx-rat, the present inmmleut About 17.0U0 votes Were ca-t Bl\a«hAXTON, N. Y., Feb, 19. — The common fDnmil by a vote of ti to 4 re-aj>-poiuttsl F. \\. Down* to the ofike of recorder for a term of b«ir year*. Xii I ppr**fM”#MtU»t* for rn HwrlHir. WAJtfllKoTOv, Feb. 19.—The senate committee on ci4iimerre at it* meeting yesterday agn«ed to report favorably the iwvhltion appl-* qirii: tin •• nu atry for the construction of a die,* water harlior at (ialvesPm. Favorable rej-orts were made on Hie bill to improve the marine hospital at Vineyard Haven (with amel *i mental Loeal Klretious In a Number iii Cities In Penn»vlv*ii la. Fill la delphi a, Feb 19.—Rey bu rn, rep, for congress iii the Fourth district, ha* from 9.0IIU Pi 10,000 majority. Tile Republican city ticket is elected by alruit 21,000. (’apt, John Taylor wa* elected rweivir of taxes and Charles F. Warwick city solicitor. Ca RLI HLX. Feb. 19.—('apt E. B. Watt*. rep., has I teen elected mayor of thi* city, York, Feb. 19.—Dr. NaalL, dent., wa* real*-ted mayor yesterday. ITTTHBi’Rii, Fab. 19.—The return* are ssti-mated a* follows    II. I. (rourley, rep., for mayor, majority about 5,000. Republicans gain five me iii liers in the city council. Allegheny (’ITF, Feb. 19.—James D Wyman. rep , majority I, ST I. Bellefonte, Feb. 19.—Heller, dem., for mayor wa* ele* te<l bv 1‘JH majority. The DenuM-iMtic candidate for overseer of the poor wa* also elect**!. The rest of the official* eh*-ted an* Kejiuhlic&n. (’HKHTER. Fell. 19. —Fourteen of the eighteen precinct* of Chester give* (’nates, rep. ,593 majority for mayor. The Republican* elect 13 of the IG common and 7 of the H select councilmen, the city treasurer and «*mtroller IjOCK Haven. Feb. 19.—George P. Shaefer, dem., wa* elected county treasurer by 1,523 majority. ChamrermEUEO, Feb. 19. Frederick Hen-ninger, rep., was elected burge**. The entire council i* RepubllcHll. Chester. Feb. 19.—Coates, rep., was elected mayor of thi* city. Gettysburg, Feb. 19.- Major Benner, ilem., wa* e|e<-teil burgee* by Lf? majority. Lancaster, Feb. 19.—Roliert Clark, dent., wa* elected mayor by JIH majority. Tile Re-pu bl lea 11> n*tain o nit rot of l*>th branches of the city *s*tmciL Hkapimi. Feb. 19. — Thomas Morritt. deni., wa- ele<-Psl mayor by 550 uuijority. The Democrat* eh*-t also the city treasurer, all three aMNPfNors and will control the crnncil in l*»th branch*** Williamsport, Feb. 19.—F. II Keller, rep., wa* elei-Psl mayor, aiel Comptroller (George, dem , wa* re-ole«'eed. A CRONIN SUSPECT %rresi#<l In Nt. I.«*ul- — He Disclaims All ('onncrtlon with Hie Murder. St. Louin, Feb. 19.—I Ifticer Thomas of Chicago and Detective* Fries and Seigier of this city arresPsl a impi who is suqiecteil of tieing «*on»*eri»e*l iii the murder of Dr. Cronin. It i* not known iii what (tart of the city the man wa* arrested, as all information i* *uj>-premed by the police authorities. The man ar rest »s I i* not a citizen of St. I^mis, lait i* a stranger who has lieen iii the habit of visiting hereat interval*. Chief Huebler intimate* that the arrest will eau-e a »*n*ati«m if the man prove* the |ier*oii he is suspected to lie. The man wa* interviewed in his «-ell by a reporter. He said: “My name is John ll. Kelly. I had nothing to do with I Im* murder of Dr. Cronin. I admitted to the chief of |toii<“e, however, that I ani the party the Chicago |mlice are looking for. It i- a ca**- of mistaken identity, I first \ Isl Psi Chicago Feb. 15, I SNH. I left there the latter |»art of June, the same year. I have never lielotiged to the Clan-na-Gael or oth«*r Irish organist ti ouk. I know none of Via* |**ople a<-<-us**I of murdering Dr. Croom. “I came to St. I^iui- Aug. 15 last aud have br«nl*sl at the People's house, corner of Fourth and Lucas avenue* ever since.” The prisoner a Pl >ea l ed ill at aaae and tried to evade all direct questions. He denied know mg Alexander Sullivan. He stated that he w a* a clerk but refused to say where ha had Im-ii em ploy ell. Detective Thomas of Chicago stat**! that Kelly is believed to I** “Smith” who drove Dr. Cronin to the Carlson cottage un the night of May 4 last. The proprietor of the People's house our nil tora P>* Kelley’n story a* to hi* I*•aiding there siiu-e Aug. 15. A Complaint Distill— cd. Warbinotox, Feb. 19. — Tile interstate oonmM*roe commission has rendertsl a dts'is-lon iii the « as>* of the complaint of tile Chicago, Ho«-k Island and Pacific railroad against the Chu-ago and Alton Railroad i-otnjnnv for tran-porting cattle from Kansas City to Chicago at Ie?*, than its local rate liet wren those two |s*inLs in favor of tin* latP*r company, aisl has dismissed the co : plaint. Tin* cotn-inission boh I: “Where property is billed front law station Pi another, with the understanding that it is Pi lie uni'iadisl at an intermediate station, and that whether it shall lie reloaded for further carriage will de|iend iijsm the volition of tin* shipper or of any one who may have ln-en purchaser, the rase doe* not fall within the reasons governing rate* on through transportation, and the carrier is im it at sin-Ii int -rnnsliatc points entitled to have the carriage prole--ted a- a through shipment a- against competitors.” :IH4 MAIN STREET, opposite Iroquois lintel. Mr. Jw-hIoiir. Received a I wiling. Jamestown, Feb. 19.— While the Hon. W. I* Retail NL* was on Third street he was surprise! bv a blow which knocked off his bab The fii-st blow was followed bv another, which int a deep gash in his head. Sessions then turned on his opponent who wa* quickly overpowered. Hi* assailant was Frau Griffith, formerly landlord of Griffith** Intel on Chautauqua I .uke fWions wa* etNinst I in a • a-*- involving Griffith s Bol ut. and Griffith ha* thought la* was deeply wlunged. The Mmtion euiployeit in the a»tae!< w.is a cane with a heavy iiK*tal he..ii. aud Serious had a very narrow esmpc I rom serious injurx’. Griffith waived exam ie*. I ion en a charge of as*ault in thi seisa.d d e and wa.- <smimiP ted Pi jail. A Fatal Fall. Medina, N. Y., F«-b. 19.—George Porter, an employe iu Howells quarry, while wheeling dirt aero** a narrow runway, stipel and fell Pi the rocks la* low, a di ta nee of nearly twenty feet. He was picked up unconscious and iii a horribly bruised condition and taken to hi- home. wheie he wa* care*! for by Dr. Munson. Tile skull wa* laid Iv crushed ai*! no h**ja*s are entertained of his rv«-o\ery. He wa* alaait tin y.-urs of age, mar no I. and had worked but two days in the quarries. “Ne.•ba’* NniiwhallH. Nashua, N. H., Feb. 19.—Huowlatil* were thrown and a few aa-ault* were made when the employes of the nulls quit work last evening. Agent Shaw of the coin]«ny has i“ailed ou the mayor P> protect the mills and see that Uh* employe* are not molested today. The mayor announces that be will preserve tile ]*-»<>- at ail lia/ard*. A Nquaw I on im! Dead. Tonawanda, N. Y., Feb. 19.—Aa unknown squaw was found dead last evening near this village She had linen dead about twenty-four hour*. The caus** of death is not known. No bruises were found on th- lofty. An in quest w ill la* held. Ta Pay Mini for Hi* XYhipp’ug. Washington, Feb. 19-Henry Franz, the tinner of Ahenlaen, Miss., fame, has bren recommended for appointment as a special agent of the census office to collect statistics of reiordeil indebtedness. FROM WASHINGTON. THE BRITISH EXTRADITION TREATY RATIFIED BY THE SENATE. Political ('lime* Not Kl I rad itabl# — Tha Horn# D!*cu*%e« th* Oklahoma Tarrl-tary Hill — Mr. lilair Continue His Rpeecli on HI* educational Hill—Convention of the XX oman Suffragist* W Atm I NOTON, Feb. 19.—The senate deflated at some length yesterday aftern«MHi the British extradition treaty, and at J:.'lo a vote wa* taken on Mr. Gray’s motion to strike out the clause relating to manslaughter and the obtaining of money under false pretenses. The motion was defeated. 8ome unimportant ameudmenta w-ere made and the treaty was ratified. The trisity maken applicable to the article of th* extradition treaty concluded lietwreu the United State* aud Great Britain on Aug. 9, I HSJ, providing for the ext radition of person* charged with *|»e; iflud crimea, the additional crimea of man-laughter, counterfeiP mg money mid bringing it into circulation; embezzlement, lan-eny, receiving stolen firoiierty: framl of all kinds; perjury, rape and atiducti<>n; Imrglury. pira<-y by the laws of nations; revolt or conspiracy Pi revolt on the high seas and crimes against Hie laws of iioth countries i-oneeratng slavery. Political criminal- are exempted from the provisions of the treaty. DOING BUSINESS NOW. The UkUlioitu Hill Debuted in the House. tit!,cr Horine**. Warrington, Feb. 19.—The house yester-»lay transact cit a quantity of miscellaneous busiia*** and eonsideml at some length the Oklahoma bill. The journal wa* approved without objection. Saturday, March 15, wa* set a | rn rf on motion of Mr. O'Neill of Pennsylvania for eulogies u|*hi the late William D. Kelly. The pension appropriation bill was re|H>rted from til*- Hp]*ropnntion* committee anil referral to the committee of the whole. A <-onfen*n<-»* committee was onl«*r*sl on the bill Hr*s t mg th** *u|**rintendent of the census to <»lle*-t farm mortgage statistics. The house then went Into committee of the whole, Mr. Burrows of Michigan in the*-hair, to conskler senate bill providing for the ap-|sliniment of an assistant ws-retary «if war at a salary of #4,5uil0. Smile «»t tile I democratic uiemls*rs *ip]swe*l I his bill a- one of the attack* upon tile surplus. Tile bill was laid aside anil the Oklahoma bill taken tip. The deimP* was limited to three aud a half lnmrs. The Democrats demanded five hours, which wan refused, and they then demanding the reading of the lumse and senate bill* in full, which bs>k an hour and twenty minutes. The bill wa* then debated, aYid without iva<*hiiig a vote tha hon-*- mljouriKsi. IN TMK SENATE The •sliM-ntional bill wa* taken up iii the senate, Mr. Blair resuming Iii* remarks in favor of the measure, iii th«* course of his remark* Mr. Blair commented on the fact that very little of his .-J****-Ii had a|»|saired in the daily ]*afiej-s or hail Inch telegraphed from this city He stated that he would probably occupy th*- time of the senate for two af term Mins more. After a sis-ret session the senate adjourned until to-day. Woman Suffrage I oui cut ion. WARMINGTON, Feb. 19.—The twenty-see • >nd annual convention of the National American Suffrage association o|*>ned at Lin-<-oln Music Hall yesterday. .Mrs. KhzaUdh Cady Stanton, the president, ca 11**1 the <shi-vention to order and gnvea long and interesting sketch of the woman suffrage movement. in which she predicted that within ten years, women would lie voting in every state in the Union. Referring to her going abroad, Mrs. Stanton said that in going to England as the president of the association sh*- felt it a greater honor than if sis- had Isen sent as iniiiisP*r plenipotentiary to any court in Euro] ie. THE JURY BRIBERS. their ('ase ( ontiiiiiet! wt < lilcHgo— I Im iii aging Testimony. Chicago. Feb. 19.- Th** Cronin jury bribing rase wa* renamed yesterday. % Clerk l>*e testified to the |tleas entered in the Cronin caw* for the |hu'|»im* of showing the issue* in that ease (Jeorge Tschoppot. the man who first revel* |c<l the tact **f th** •■••us] >i racy to th** state's attorney, was then called, lie wa* summoned Oct. K a- a juror iii the < i«*niii «-a*e. Iii the jury waiting room he D«)k«*i with Bailiff Solomon who told him he cs si kl make    by getting on the jury and voting f**r a«-quittal. The money would Is* jstid his wifewhownuld wear a certain kind of dr**** in the jury room to show the money wa* |<aid. Witneas was examine*! that afternoon ami ex«-u*e*l. Hoke mon met w’itu«*s* afterward and P>ld him lie had l«een instructed to |wy F5,(XI0or any price The defense di*I not er«v#eexnniine. I AHI is Akxander te-tifi«s| that Flied W. Smith had told him s*-veiwl times during Septmubei and (Art*4* r that it would Is* worth his white to gel .si the CiMttJlt jury. Harry C. Maley aL«*» t«*stifi**«l Smith had s|M>keii t<> him. P. II. Nicholson, a liookkeejier, testifksl that lie was summoned a- a juryman lait not examined. Smith «*ffer**d him ♦.VHI if be would get a<x-ept<*d and hold out for act] ii Itta I. tiutteiilmrg Hurt-*, OUTTEN BU KG, Feb. 19.- The weather was delightful, whi h brought a large crowd to witness the racing. The results follow ; First rare, 9 furlongs Little Barefoot first; Top Sawyer se*-on*l. St. Clan third; time, I ilk). Second race, Ii furlongs:    Ij»«1v Agnes first, Millerton second. Pall Mall thud. tim**, Thinl race, ti furlong*; Moonstone first. Amalgam second, lira. lf old third; tim*-, 1:17% Fourth rare, I 1-lfi mil**:    Swift    first, Sn*•«-ess se*-on*I. Pelham third; time, 1:5<i%. Fifth rate, ti\ furlongs:    Jim Mulhollaml first. The Forum second, Topeka third: time, I Sixth ra-e, 7m mile:    Alve*la    first.    Duff Mound. Biscuit third; time, I;34. XX’ho Wan *w w telle » 4'oiitpwnlon ? DOVER, N. H , Feb. 19.—In the Sawtelle inquest at Berw lek yesterday an hiast Rorh-eater storekee|ier testified that on the day of the murder Isaac Sawtelle drove up to his store and I*wight a lamp. The man in the carriage with Sawtelle had a smooth fare. Hiram Sawtelle wore whiskers. This raises the question a* to who Isaac* owiqtanion was The inquest rontinue* to-day. A Farieur Institnte Opened. New York, Feb. 19.—The first Pasteur bisti toe in the United States wa* opened last night at ITH West Tenth street. Dr. Paul Gibier, the promoter of the enterprise, was formerly one of Pasteur's co-laborer*. He will be assisted by a corps of French and Amen*an physicians. The consul general of France assisted in the opening ceremony. M’CARTHY KNOCKED OUT. He stand* Up Hefor* I ha Nonpareil for Twenty-Fight Round*. Wan Francisco, Feb 19.—The fight between Jack Deui]**ev ami Billy McCarthy at Hie California Athletic dub last night was witnemed by 2,900 s]*s-tHtors. Mr. Cook of this city was referee. Deinp*ey weighed 147‘y. McCarthy 151 First Bonn*!- Both men came to the centre of the ring promptly. Dempaey le*l w ith his left ami «a ii ; lit McCarthy lightly on the chin. McCarthy wat<-lied closely for an opening and led out several times, lait Dempsey dodged The Australian seemed inclined to forre matters, but wa* able to a s*ompli*h nothing, Bees md _ Dempapy relight McCarthy savagely in the fare twice ami then gave him a terrific right-hander on the body. McCarthy attempted to return it, but Dempsey got away. McCarthy landed lightly on Dein|Mey's neck and the round closed with several point* in the Nonpareil’* favor. Third— MK'arthy caught another lefthander iii tlie chm, whu-h Dempaey followed up with a gissi blow on the rill*. The Australian ducked well and saved himself from a Herre blow aimed at hi* neck. Just a* the round clum*! McCarthy struck Denqiser hard in the win*!, but rereived a hot one in the foretiead in return. Fourth- McCarthy followed Dempaey elev. erly, but the Notqiareil wet*-be*I his opportunity, and his left soon found the Australian'* neck half a dozen tunes without a return. Fifth —lN*nqe*ey landed on the body, lait got three sharp blows on the ear from Me (’art by. Hixth—McCarthy opened with a vicious upper-cut, which fell short. He then walked to his ow n corner, slow ly followed by Dempsey. The men re*t<si a moment ami then Dempsey rejwated hi* attack on his opponent's Is sly, landing heavily three times. McCarthy (teemed a trifle flurried a* the round ck*4x1 amid applause for Dempsey. Seventh—Dempsey led out strong, but MH'arthy showed wonderful quickness in getting away. Deni]***?’* left-hand landed on the Australian's jaw several times, aud just before the round closed Md artily returned it with a half-swing right hander which (-might Deni]**ey tai the chest. McCarthy wa* knocked out by Denq*sey in th* twenty-eighth round. THE DAY AT ALBANY. EXCITED CANADIANS. THE RACIAL FIGHT WAXES HOT IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. The Amendment* to the World’* Fair Hill Fail tit Arrive Ai.BANY, Feb. 19.—In the assembly last evening Mr. Troadway offered a concurrent resolution enqtowering the governor to offer a reward for the arrest of the murderer of Julia Floyd of Weatport. Adopted. Mr. Fish then read a telegram from C. M. Dej**w saving that the committee on tile workl's fair had ho]**! to send compromise amendment* to the assembly. A* the document* had not arrive*! he mo\«>*l that the house adjourn. Mr. Andrus inquired if the conference committee could not prejtare its own amendments. Mr. Fish replied that Hie conference «“om-niittee hod several times agreed to disagree, and that it could affoiil to wait twelve hours and get the amendment* correct, Mr. Fish'* motion to adjourn wa* adopted The senate held a brief s«*smoh last evening during which the following bills were intrte dtMvd: By Mr. t'oggesliall -Providing tliat workmen shall not lie intimidated bv being restrained from using their tool*. By Mr. I.aughlni Relative to the licensing of physicians and a new charter bill for Buffalo. I lie Ll alo* Hill Reported. Washington, Feb. 19. —Senator f’latt pre sen ted to the senate the report on the bill to admit Hie state of Idaho into the Union. The committee reviews the objection to the state constitution made by the Mormons, and refer* to the decisions of the supreme court of the Unit si Stat*-*, sustaining the validity of the coast it uti* hi so far as it applies to the Mormons. The committee say* that no jicrxon will be red rained from voting under the ant i-Mormon clause of t he constitution unless lie is a bigamist or a polygamist. When it ap|leaj-* that Hie Mormon church no I*niger puts allegiance to the church higher than allegiance to the state and wit n bigamy an I polygamy cease, no on** will Is- iii iran* hi ed or excluded from holding office by the constitution of Idaho. Dwtota'* Suffering Farmer*. Minneapolis. Feb. 19. — The Journal’* Pierre, 8. I)., s|#* ial says:    “Tile house has jessed a joint r*-s( tint ion admitting that destitution exist* in many part* of the state, ami that the farmers must U- furnished with se»sl wheat by public and private *ul»s« rip-tion. The m-s* tint ion declares that under the state institution the state and c*Minty are powerless to render aul and that all assist-anee must com*’ from outside source*. The whole matter i> pin***! in the hand* of Governor Mellen, whit w ill ap|ienl to the East for aal. This action of the bouse is regarded as a complete indorsement of Governor Mellette's bagging errand. It will douhtles* ]*a*s the senate. To I-.triode Liquor. Warrington, Feb. 19.- Senator Ingalls Introduced in the senate a bill to amend the interstate commerce law bv adding a section providing that it shall Ire unlawful for any j re rem i to ship into another state or territory any intoxicating liquor tint Ha- laws of the state »»r territory forbids The bill also declares it unlawful for any transportation company to carry any intoxicating liquor into any state or territory where the laws of the state forbid. The bill makes parties vi«K lating these law* guilty of a misdemeanor and provide* fine* in bit Ii cases. A Democrat Fleeted. Rochester, Feb. 19.—Robert Courtney, Democrat, w as elected member of assembly from the Be-mid dis!net of Monroe county yesterday in plaice of P Andrew Sullivan, de*eas**d Complete return* from the dad rh-I, which rom prise* the wli>»Ie eity, give (kmrt-ney. 5,J5l> and Stahlbnslt 4.159, a ma|*MTtv for Courtney of 731. Nu lligiii to tile IjukI*. Washington, EVI*. 19 Th** f(resident1* I (tx*'la! nation warning «-:ittle aud live st4ick owner-off the Cherokee strip sera the animals must be removed not later than Get. I, I HSI. The proclamation »> liased ou an opinion of the attorney geiM iai to the < fT** t that th** Cherokee nut ion has no right to lease the land-.    _ Pension Af»pr*»|*rLiti*(H Hill. Washington, Feb. 19.—The pension a]e propnatiou Nil, accompauied by a favorable report, was submitted to the h»m*e yesterday by Mr. Morrow. The bill a|(pro]irutLe* #!*<,-427,911. The ;.ppro|M lation for the current ♦ ear was iTH.lJlitt. Tile number of |ieii-*1*(tiers on the “oil is given at 4*9.724. The .Xl.vsp'tjr Hidden bv billow. Rot hest KR. N H , Feb. 19.—A snow fall ha* checked bu* the present the search on land for the head of the murdered Hiram I Baw telle. Dalton McCarthy’* A peach Create* a Terrific Uproar—Nlr .lolui Macdonald Threaten* a Dissolution of Parliament — It I* Feared That Herlou* Rioting and Per-hap* Civil War Mal Take Place. Ottawa, Feb. 19.- The excitement over the French question iii the federal](arllaineut ia more intense than ever. Never l<efore in the history of Canada have the |(*tlitieal kstd-ere l(e«-r. in natch a dilemma. The racial ft«el-iug roused by Dalton McCarthy’*crusade has lea|N*l the tsninds of [mrtv line* aud now nm* rampant with an intensity which presages future trouble-even civil war, Every day the animosity between the English and French shaking member* is increasing until now almost every s]*ss-h on the queatkai t* a series >*f interruption*. Sir John Mncihuiakl. in his speech last evening, said the government were committed to vote for Dav in’* amendment, leaving the matter of dual language* in the Northwest to the legislative assembly there to decide Thi* announcement wa* fiercely de notinced by the French Coeeervativew who, to a man, will vote against the amendment on the ground that it* adoption would mean that parliament recognize*! the crusade against Hie French. Sir John Macdonald finding his effort* to whip the French element of the ]««rty into Him* hail most utterly failed and knowing that to grant the demand* of the French would raise a storm of indignation in On turin, has stated that link's* the French accept Davit)'* amendment he will dissolve |»ar-I la met it and Hpp-al to the country on the • Illestion, dc|»-nding on the Protestant vote for re-election. It is thought, however, that this threat is made simply to make the Frenchmen come to term*. Iii a Kjieech last evening Hon. J A. Chafe lean characterized McCarthy a* a firebrand and'H demagogue In his *]*s*-h subsequently .'lei arthy denounce*! such language a* un parliamentary ami the result of bigotry. McCarthy’* speech wa* exceedingly bitter and raised a perfect storm of indignation among the French member*, who hissed, howled aud interrupted with great energy during almost the entire sjieech. NEARLY READY FOR ACTION. Ke- Prcpaint Ions for the Convent Ion of publican Clubs. New York, Feb. 19.—The preparation* are almost completed for the National Repute Ih-an league convention which im>et* in Nashville, Tenn , on March I next. About 1,(199 delegates will attend Tile delegates will go to Chat tam* (ga on March fi to hold a political mas* ii ms* ting there. Other cities iii the S*miHi may Is* similarly visited. Among the prominent shakers who wifi attend are Congressmen McKinley, Burrows, Grosvenor, Mason, Evans. Honk and Taylor; also Senators Evarts, Ingalls and Sjiooner, Gen. Stewart L. Woodford of New York. Gen. ((off of West Virginia, Hon. John R Lynch of Missouri and ex-Governor Butler of Georgia will l»e among the veterans. It in believed that Chauncey M D* |*-w and ex-Senator Thomas C Platt will also attend the convention President Harrison ha* sent a letter to Hon. John M. Thurston, president of the league, iii which be says: “Bilch organization* are wholesome and desirable, not only from a party, but from a public standpoint. They interest the young men in public affairs and conqiHct and organize th** interest thus excited into controlling fsditical forces. The party to which you lielong has never suffered by an intelligent disco sirwi of it* history or its jirincijik's. and I am sure your organize Hon will continue to furnish courageous and well a[>|*nnbsl chaiupious wherever the list* «xf delwite are «>pene*!. “I doubt not that you will l»e cordially received by the ]ieople of Nashville, and l»eg D( express the ho|ie that your muling may Is* Iioth sue essful and pleasant.” Killed lit m Prayer Meet lug. Lebanon. Iud., 19. — During a prayer meet ing at Howard Randall's, five miles south of this cit v, alwait H oVhs-k Monday night just as tliev were singing the closing hymn, an unknown assassin shot through the window. Mrs. Randall screamed that she was shot. During the excitement that follow cd the assassin made his es*-a|*“ The tut!! went through the stove pi]**, striking Mrs. Ran • Inll in th*-cornel of Hie eye. She is fatally injured. No motive is known for the crime. Th** family i* the most respected in the county. Representative Hlair Unseated Coli*mbun, O., E’eb. 19. Th*- house of re|»-resentatives last evening, by a strict {(arty vote of-YI Ll 21, unseated Hon. William A. Blair. Republican, of Adams <-ounty, and gave the place to Hon. It. II. W Peterson, Democrat. The vote at the November de*•-tion in Adam* county stood; Blair 2.9SG, IV-tersoit 2,92-i. but the eoiuililttee Iii the eontest rejs>rt*-*| that ten illegal votes were cast for Blair and that til Republican I aliet* were marked in violation of law, which, ln-iug thrown out. gave Peterson *■» majority NltMMdi < I Use as Dnt on Hail Ai OfHT A, (»m., Kell. 19 Th** vvriitom citizens of Sharon, arrested and brought here on charges of interfering w ith the discharge of his duties bv P»ik1 ma tor Duck width of Sharon, were examined by Unit*-*! States (*otiiniiNKiiNP‘r Alexander and Isiund over in 9*(90 each to a]i]s-ar at the April term of the federal i-ourt in Augusta. All gave Ism*!* and left for Ip Mile United Slates Attorney Erwin w-ill t*( day begin taking testimony in the case before (’onirrissioner Ak-xaii*ler A Schooner La(in*-b«-d. Tltoji arton, Me., Kt-h. 19. — Washburn Brother* yesterday launched a foui-mawted schooner of tem La**, named tie* Charles L. Daveii]i*»rt, under command of ('apt Samuel Watts of St. George The vessel is named for a Boston salt merchant, one of her owners. A Mottled take New York, Feb 19 The im (to in a Is (tile picked tip yesterday, purjmrttng to have lieen w ritten alssod the burning steamer Erin, off the Barlock (es, Jan. i* a h««rti The Erin was lost s»-* n Jan. 3, off Snide Island, 1,999 miles from Ha* Barba loos. Mutderer Jones Kc-|(tted Bentonville, Ark . Feb. |q. — Samuel Jones, who wa* sentenced to hang is*xt Friday fin Hie murder of C. VV. Keltner has lieen ie-.p»ti*I until March 14. (ira* (elebrxtioKs. Mobile. Ala., Feb. 19 -Mardi Gras was celebrated bere yesterday arid last night by elal*(rate parades, tilt ruinations, and a general blow--outs. WILL BUY. 10c Will buy ti liHiiilsoinp bordar etli^i* black Face Veil. 95c and $1.20 Will buy a lovely pair of black or colored undrcHHed Kid <iloves. 48c Will buy an extra tine (’orsct, iii white or colored, or any xi/t*. Sec them. $1.48 Will buy a beautiful black walnut genuine Marble Top Stand. Worth double what we ask. 48c Will buy a Gentlemen'^ Velour Shirt. To fully appreciate this ofter you must see them and wear one. 23c Will buy a Ladies' tine knit black Hose, worth .‘I.'n*. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Mas just receive*! a lull line <»j' P 0 J pl \ L NGS I Overcoats and Trouserings K< | mil to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to nee him before purchasing. lf LADIES! you want an easy and com for able shoe, with a heavy Hole, one that will keep your feet dry aud warm. pet a pair of D. Armstrong A ('o’* Hand YVe’f, com mon sense shoes. They will please yon.-- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. Hr. Af iirpit v Made Chairman. New York, Feb. 19.—The -xecutivw com-inittre of the County Democracy dc* ta*I Michael C. Murphy chairman for th** #*» mu ing y«ar. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. ;