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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y . THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, im. NO. lo. HEP ti FSE NT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK \NRW BUI, I HQ MACHINE for ruling till kina* of blank* i* Ute latent audition lo ihf kerb an ural Department of Dunkirk Printing Company. \l. EV ANDRICH (’(Mil arni Wood Yan!, 7 <* < antral Avenue, opposite Nickel PUU-.J ISH. All grade* of Hard and Soft I <»al, W . dl Lo in lei. Shingler and Lath. I're* jelit    I Correa pond* no* for ar tolerate Iota •filial ted. A LEX. M. MANN, Pi ac ti ca! PlurniH'r, Ga* and istoaui Fitter. Special attention m von to infMuv Plumbing Estimate# given on Plumb.nj^^ik Kitting. steam Heating and ■Hot Air Furnace*. *7 K. Third street. 4 I IC UIKKtlKU, TOH and SH Central Ate I I. Arustle Photographer. Instantaneous Italnoa a specialty. Sitter* for sunshine except for k'Uotograsfca of •arad not wait •a h< ex I i ut I h HIND KHY —J a M aa Irving. Pre I I |»neU»r, No. Irt P.. Second street. near Buffalo *tr«-<lt. Dunkirk, N. Y. Magar.inca, He a ii, Pant pl Jots, et*., InmiimI in all at) It a Order a J) unpile ttu nded to. All work guaranteed. i ) I IM ll Kit’s CHOCK KHY HOt’HK, II    .W5    Central avenue. Wboierato and retail dealer in lap »rted and YiHiit rtii: Clinia, tile-*ware, A '■ ll AS. it. It ARKIN, CII Central Ave. Heavy era! luau ranee, Life, Accident and fire. IP titre traveling insure your ife Cl the old cha1 de “'Ira vet era'.” Leal Estate Agent. I ...any ii* aoli* ted on p-iipcrtv. I* KO FES* IO NAL. Ii. T. IIOLPH, M II., KROM WASHINGTON. Physician anil Surgeon, mire over I.) u’« Drug Store. Real dene *, Central Avenue. Telephone No. P. i all* ma) be left at I von'a. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT JJA LLS MKN Wanted at tince. Local or ^ Traveling Big Pat steady Work, Stock A arrau ted. Quick ailing Sjsjeialtiea. Outfit I'lee Experience C ii necessary. J AS. F. W ll IT-rey, N drayman, Rochester, N. Y. 'TODD ABT A CD., Patent Attorney*, "lh ^ St-, W ashmgten, D. CV, opp IV S. l atent of-ilce Patent*. Caveat* and Re I**ue* secured Trade Mark* registered All Patent business Muidiieied for moderate Peen. Information. Yd view Mild *|M*rtal reference* gent on request. &i»f|HAL.4KY, 1411 EXPENSES |\    \    I    ►- V ANCK, allowed each mouth. Steady -in ploy lieut at homeor traveling. No Mill) it* mg. bulies delivering and making col loin ma. No Postal Curd* Address with stamp. II AK PHI A CO., I i«i na, Ohio. I wish to i iii ploy a few ladies on salary Pi take charge of my liuaine** at their home*. Light, very fascinating amt healthful. Wage* HO lier week. Reference given, tbs*! pay for parttime. Addn** with st < rn p. Mr*. Marion Walk KR, Lim* vt Ile Ky. vUilHI ta id Til (IM A MONTH can be made pl J “I lf    working f sr u*. Persons j>re- 1 erred who can furnish a horse and give their whole imr to the busm ss. Spare momen's may tie profit- ibly employed also. A few vacancies in town* md cities B. K. JOHNSON A CO., iOOy Main »L. Kl* hmond, Va. Por Rent or *ale. House corner Neoutid and Dove street*. Newly fitted up amt in tine condition Will sell on SMT terms. Enquire at Hie oMoe of Martin Hester Co. The'Mbrmon Elders’ Book ■ ga * X air. nmh, mailed fPwa Co marrisd ie -q, s#&TVg Y.JL Crouch. WIUmodM.. Mew Turk I dlAI’TAUtft I HOT Kl, Y,/    ilLite*,    11 p,-r ilay. Livery ami Iloatding stable in < imntn tM/u Victor Rider, AW and SXI Lion street. , I LY HARBICK SHOP \j    Cha*.    Bagle,    Prop., I nd«r Lake shore National Bank, DOPW Center aud Third struct*. A due ab* k of foreign ami Domestic ' liars. , iONKI.IN A SON, \ j    4!t)    * enter street. Practical Uor*e-*li'"‘i *. Particular attention pal*1 to interfering louses. shoeing of road cr . U -Vliug horse* a «t«elalty. SPMNU ISHO if IIN Kl HK KPKN I NO (lltiKltVKK. largest Daily in the County. Vn unequalled st Ivertismg medium. WAIT FOR I .I SHUCK ENGINEERING COHPAKW. [ f    t    one ere hellew A Popple. Manufacturer* of Engine*, Boilers, Pulley*, snailing Hanger*, et*-. Pattern*. Forgings, Casting*, amt .Marmite Work murder. i .OKI Illy sltlltT CD., ftft, ift ami *i7 I f center street, Manufacturer* of sue “Cromwell” ami “Dunkirk*’ |**rfeet - lilting lire** blurts. On sale in ali leading furnishing, clout Mi* and dry goods bouse* in Dunkirk. I. K. TOUMKY, I.    LU    amt    CM    Lion    street. Dealer in Flour, Peed, att. Bated Hay. Pm** phase*, «W» Established, tin. • KIK HOT KL ami inning Saloon, Union DepoL l.tuty acce** tai ail train* amt hus-taera house*. Beet accommodation* tor Cote* ncrcial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, I cop. 12 HIT K* Si CO., »7 ami v*J Pi Third sired. Piue furniture, Cabinet Ware and t p-mowlertng. c 11 D. MATTESON ct CO’S ill 15. loth Picture Frame* made to order. II. MATT KNO N A CO., All Central Ave., ‘Leader* of Fashion and Gentlemen Ou lf tier*. bV ll A It Kl.I. STK AM ll KATI NO CO, ‘Ma*ulaclurec* of steam Heating Apparatus, sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H DMF. STRAM LACA DHY. A. full line ol all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! Jo; Cutis, ic, ami Lace Curtain*. Iiw Delivery. A W. Cumming*, AIT Center street ll.1 IC OKUM. E Third *C, cair. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in P ine Boot* A Shoes. ll •Du an store. KNKY it r.lLLK H NKW’ STORK, KW K. Third st. Books, Stationery, Musical ln- uuieut*. Magazines, Daily aud Vt oekly Palier#, d evci vthu g |k>i laming to * hr»t ci«w** b«*>k SchMi Viook* a specialty. J oil PHIN TI NO of every de*cnptiou ami at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second NL* The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! lf. VAN HIHKN A SON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insurac Jt Deal* Beal Belate ami l.onn*. PariUMilar VttebU<in paid to the c ire of property collect mg rent* Ae. 2I» linter *L,2mt tb*ir. ar* in Ever >1 O*'KOK’H PH AH M ACI, .itll' Central Avenue Headquarters tor Wall Pkper Pa.nu. Oils, Ac. ■ yKKHINS, brought City. into this J. tv.. Outer street. Mauufai lurer aud dealer in Haines*. Saddle*, ut. Ill*, I olla!*. Trunks,W h p*, Buffalo Bol^f, Horse Cover*. G love*.Mittens and Sleigh Bol***. Iv CC 'I HING. T. W Murray, SC Lion »tm*t A • peel ally made of hanitary Plumbing, u am ami Ga* Patting WorkiuAnrthip guar-ataed. I » aCHOLTKA, I #    17    P.aat    Thinl    atreel, Faohumaiiie Tnitor. Gentlemen will rind it Ui their advantage to Calion me before pur-hasing elsewhere.     ’    I ■ , It. I IRY Ail* t #    SMS    I.mn street General Hardware.'! b.te Lead.Ods.P.untor’s Supplie*. ml Cloths, Grat. ie Ware. A *|HS«.ial* iv of slier wii. VV illiam* Pa.* I ami Monroe range. II L IAN ti, *.ich n* blank-book*, ledger*, and \ all kind* of blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second >t WAIT! New Barter Shop. O. A. KUKUK*, formerly In Wheeler’* bar-ber-atiop, has openeit the liarber-*hop in the Pliie Hotel. He ha* every facility for good work, and customer* will Had its good place to go Air shaving and hair cutting MOI.DKNHAl EK. Rudolph Cor. Third ami Buffalo St*., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Hagging ami {Building stone. Call on me i**foru buyim j -your sido-walk.    _ I x ISLEY A IXP, iv    7 ami ii P:»*t Front street Whisky, Wines. Brandle*. General liquor st«ue for P'amily t!ae i)OIIF.KT M'tAI, |i    Lion street, near the dejHit Boarding, Sale. Fee.! ami Ll very Stable. Stabling bv Ute day or week on reg* -liable terms.    ... ..... ...... I) KIO, J. F, m Center *tna*t Dealer in Musieal Instrument* an.* .Sewing Machines. VVe make a *|>ecialty of tis it cia*.-make* of Pian.is ami Karrami A Votev Organ* J. (IIITUHK, 301 Centra) Ave. (Up O stair*;, tieneral I insurance anil Beal Kstatc Agent Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention giv a to buying and selling Heal K*«ate Vt’ C. JONES, I    TS Pi. Thinl st, cor. ,ieer. E xcelsior Meal Market. Fi-ah. Salt and ^rnokeit Meat*, bani. Sausage, Oysters amt Poultry.      _ Pkg* SPECIFIC CO. 185 Racs'SL. Cincinnati.©- tm* Address Inconfiden'*e, C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER A IMPORTER. 3«4 MAIN ST, III FFA LO, N. Y. DEA1.KK IS viSBB ai nm, Clock*. Silverware, Leather GwmI*, Kke. BXU RA MSU, GOLI* if SIL IKR PLA TI XU » XV ATCHER, JE WELBY. AC. Buy the Aurora Bai coati W’ateh. Repairing a c-ectalty. Frank r. Stauf. Al IC. Thin! st TAL MOCK KH. Mercbnut Tailor. U6 Centra! Avenue Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured RT AIMIRlSTIIiaa It. HAllis* SSlBtN SFICIFIC. It can be given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tic lex of food, without the knowledge of the person taking It; It la absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, wbethel Ute patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in everv instance. CH page book TNE SENATE PASSES A NUMBER OF APPROPRIATION BILLS. Mr. Blair la Yngiy With the Newspapers for laking Little Nutt ice of His Speech— Resolution* IG ga rd lug Railroad Hate*— The House Doing Busine** Mere Quietly—Mill* l'a**e«l. WahhIJCGTOJC Feb ’JO.—The senate yesterday im-Atel bouw bill for the sale of the military re.-er\af mn of E'ort Bli»*, Tex., ami the aelo-tion )*f a new site Mi. Cullom, from Hie interstate commerce C*«iiinitt« e. reiiortivl a preamble and resolution. will- h weir agt'e**l to. rew-ittti^ the allegation that by resMXi of exowedve fieight raU- on line* of railroad, tin* great aertioo of c»-ll it try lying lad ween the Rocky mountain- ami the prin<*ip«l ftaai di?drit*ution centra* iii lb* Gad, is uiuible to market it* food (uiid-uct* and to Gleam for them the artual coat of |tn*UH'tion and directing the committee to inveKtigate sm-h allegation and to re;Dirt to the wnate whether an* h rate* are reSuMStaiile or uureaMmable and whether a roiiM’ti-*n of ouch rntiw is prevented or hiti-dered by meson of any provtaioci of the in. tervtete i*< mmei)v aet and whether a more stringent enforcement of that a«-t i* praetie-able and would remedy th* evil* complained of. Tiw raw Jut oui of Mr. C’handk*r calling on the attorney general for information aa to theaxawinatkm of fiejmty United State* Marshal Haul*lent of Florida, wan taken up and Senator Casco addressed the senate in explanation of tla* ciivuinstaiuw** of tile case. The resolution went over again with*wit action. Tile senate pn.w-'l bill* appropriating tlBB,-(kli each for public Imilding* at EXirt Ihaige, la., and lansing. Mich. Mr. I’luiub having made inquiry of Mr. Morrill a* to tho statu* of the bill coiH'emiitg the lease of tile seal e lands of Alaska, Mr. Morrill said that In- lim! ben instructed by the commit ice on finale** not to pre*** the matte! as them wasn-d sufficient time to give it n lull consideration. Mr. Clunili th--light it unfortunate that congree* sin add not act in this matter liefore the *ilst of February, when tile secretary of tile treasury Wiaihl make a new leave for twenty years. Mr Hale gave iMitue that he should call up the bill for the increase of tile naval es tale I.student w hen a vote is taken tai the educational bill. 'i lie semite I vowed senate bill establishing a cust«*ms ceile) lion district consisting of North ami Suit Ii Dakota. Mr. Flair then resumed his remarks in favor of the educational bill. He said that the bill had Is-en killed iii th** J last by {Nicked committees, in dividual memtierx of which ha)l I e'en t i I na t eased by anathemas from tin* church. Hi- sai)I that Uh* oaintry was not to la* given over to th«*s* who would teach a civil allegiance elsewhere than within our own I sn der*, whose prescient livrsl on the hanks of the Tiber. Mr. Flair again abuse*I t ie press, which, he said, regilded a dog fight i ' more ini|Mirtant than hi* s|w*s-|i on a gi t ut * d-jeatio<tai measure. Mr. Flair suspended hi* remarks for a ms cr» t mss! in. and at .Y.’ki p. iii. the senate ad-jounasl. IN THE HOUKE. XVA’-niifOTv*v, Feb. ’Jb.- Mr. Buttcrworth, fl*otu tile (simmitt -e oil (intent*. prt*^enUsl a fat (awide n |*»rt u;*ni the hill (irovidiug for the app liniment of representatives to the International Industrial conference at Madi id Ap.il I next. but Mr. Rogers of Alkalises ol»j‘s*ttsl to its cond i nation. Mr. Howell of !Liii<>is, chairman of the rks-tkms conmutt**-. gave notice that ho would <all tip the Atkinson-Pendleton case on WedrwH lay lu-xt. Mr. Adams of Illinois, from the judiciary committee, called up and th** house (Missed the bill to iii* i'ie tile judicial district of North Dakota into four district*, courts to be lichi at Bismarck, ti rand Forks, Fargo and Devil's l^ike: also a similar hill providing for the division of South Dakota into three divisional <*iurts to is* held at Hioux Falls. Pierre aiel Deadwood. The Immmmi also j si ss) si bills creating the Em tern division of Hie Northern federal judi tai district of Georgia: providing for tem** and places of holding Uuit4*l State* court* in the district of Minnesota; regulating the sittings of Uiiit« d States court iii the district of South Carolina; and senate bill au-thorhdng the president to confer brevet rank u(sin army officers for 'allaut service in Indian caiii(>aiglis sin<v W>7. At I :L*f» tlie bouse went into committee of the whole on the bill for tin- applotment of an assistant se ix*tary of war. Atter soma discussion the <*>niiiiitte»- dim* and tavorablv re|M»rt4si the bill to the hotMe arui then tile house 11-sui tied consideration of the Oklahoma I iii. Mr. Baker of New York favored the bill and Mr. Turner of New York opposed it. Mr. \\ ashing ton of Tent »*>***• dec I a red that it would Is* a cl ime against civili/ation to leave the t*,DXl |»siple in the territory without any govern cut at all. After further discussion, and without action on the bill. Dm* committee rose. On motion «»t Mr. \\ ilkinson of I louisiana Saturday afb-riM*hi, March 21, was set apart for tie- delivery of eulogies upn Die late Edward J. (fay of liouisiana. and u|*>n motion ut Mr Cuinnnngs of New York Thursday evening, April w as fixed for the delivery of eulogies ii|khi the late Repnweotative 8. 8. Cox of New York. The house then, at 5:85 o’clock, adjourned CIVIL SERVICE INQUIRY. Hr. Liman Tell* *1 Hi* Brot liar-in-law'* A |‘|M»lnt nient ami Indi-rretion. H ash in AITON, Feb. ‘JO.—Tile investigation of the civil service commission by the select committee of the house on reform of the civil service <»(*v»ed at the capitol last Hight. Civil Bervu-e Commissioners Lyman, Thompson and Kooevelt were present Mr. Lyman was tile first witness sworn. He said he was a Kepubli- an and had voted the Republican ticket at the last election, and told about the appointment and promotion of his brother-tn law, Mr. A. C. Campbell, who had been • Pl-mined as a laUtrer under the commiarion w^it hon t examination, tat who had l*<en pro-moted twice snne. Hie last time in A|»ri], INS!*, when Mr. Lyman wa* th.* only member of the comniissMu. The rules of the civil service, he said, did not require that persons ap(tomteti to work pirectly under the commissioners should (lass a written examination. This wa*, be said, now the rule. Mr. Catnpliell had tieen promoted I s'th tunes w it bout examination. Com-mhwioner Olr.uly had first brtmght to him a list of quest to-is whi-b Mr. Cauqibell had ain- e leon accuaed securing in advance of the exiuuinatiou, and disposing of them to candidates. They were in Mr. Campbell's handwriting but this fact had not attracted hi* attention at the time. The next day he dis overed that tile questions were written in .Vi ria rn (-bell's handwriting. Ile told hi* brother-in-law the matter would have to be investigated as a serious breach of discipline. Campbell's last promotion, Mr Lyman said ♦oliowed a year after he had been reprimand sd for this breach af discipline Quite a tiff followed between Mr Roosevelt and Mr Hatton in regard to some of the editorials that hate apparail rerautly iii the Washington Post. The commit:** adjourned subject to the (all of the chairman GLADSTONE'S SITCESSOR. THE    on    the    stand. JOHN MORLEY’S FRIENDS BELIEVE HE IS THE MAN. TRYING TO FIND THE LEAK. The S*nat« I’aah la to Be«p It* S*fr«t I'riNNoiint* r»eni the Public Washington. Feb. JO.—In the secret Waldon of the aviate yesterday afternoon the question of the secrecy of the secret session was deflated at anne length. On Tuesday (Senator liolpli called the attention of the senate to the fact that certain newqiapen* ((ublished luoat elaborate reports of the pro-(eedings of the senate in secret session, and that the press association* reneivd every evening all the tm-dneiM transiu'ted by the senate l**hind clos**! ikion during the afterturn. He was in favor of a sweeping investigation. The matter was (setplied until yesterday, wh«-n it was again discussed. Attention wa* rail)*-! to the fact that in spite of the nj tee ta I injunction (*f secrecy placed on the priseedings Tuewlay, the news-Inliers yesterday morning contaimd the usual full and accurate report*. As tie* senator* would not plant* the blame on each other the (sissibility that reporters obtained access to the galleries during the secret session was discussed, as was also the |*Risibility that the enqdoycs of th(* senate leaked. It was (irojsiNod, among oilier thing*, that the entire -enlate wing of the capitol lie clean*! of all but -aviator* and employe* during the J** ret session. After some furthei discussion the senate disposed of some routine busine** and continued several nomination*. liter* ar* I Ito.r, However, Blin WHI Fight Him lor the Honor of Leading the Liberals — A Protest Against the th »loading of Ship* — Barnum** Profitable F obligement. JaONI-on, Fell. JI). —The qleech delivered by Mr. John Morley in the h<Hi*e of (SHnuton*, Thursday night, in supjtort of Mr. Parnell's • mi-niiiiK-nt t4i the address, created a ver-i t able sensation and mtenselv (tehgbttvi his friends, who see in him the legitimate *ure i (s-ssor to Mr. Gladstone iii the leadei >bip of I tile Home Rule LiU-roU Tliat Mr. Morley is Ilk* tit rouge -t luau in all re>pe -t* in the l.ilH-ral party, next to Mr. Gladstone, nobody J denies, lait in spite of tliis recog iitioti of his J ability there are other* among toe tot lowers of the ex-premier who expect the mantle to j fill ujioti then, and will light hard against its descent ujsat other shonlderv. ovvKLOADiNn or SHUN. Sir Mu-line! 11 leks-Beach received a depu-t Bion of shipping reformers, headed by Mr. hauiuel riimsaU, yesterday, the object of v hose visit was to urge the adoption of i teasure* t<» |»ravent the overloading (if ships. Mr. I *1 ii i X.—4S 11 represented to Mr. Beach the enormous Imw of life and property annually resulting from tin- fact that the laws ragulat I ig the hsad line of >hi(is were totally inadequate and apj*-aled to tile government to (.rescrils* licavv |M-iialties for excessive load-lug. Mr. iV-acb, iii rej»ly, depha^xl the refusal of the American government to consider England'* (mqsisai for an international measure restricting the depth to which shijw may load, lait was ems rn raged to believe that ultimately some understanding would he Approved by Die President. Washington, Feb. JI).—The president has approved the joint resolution racoguixing the I readied whereby the present reckl*-** di*re- republic of Brazil; the act forth tla* sufferers by tile wm-ks of the Trenton, Vandalia mid Ni(wic, at Samoa; an act to constitute A litany, N. Y . a (tort of immediate transportation; an act appropi lating E4o. ■ III) for Marion home for (thudded volunteer soldier*. sixty Bodies found. They From Were liidiau* Wild l‘eri*h«il SI arr al iou and Neglef-t. Brainard. Minn., Feb. Jo.—Tie*    of sixty Indians of the Mille I^c-i Laud of t’hi(e (**was, w hose death resulted from pneumonia, uegks-t and starvation, Im ye been found at the south end of lake Mille Ijv■*. The first word of the trouble was received at Brainard a short time ugn, to the effect that the Indians were dyiug off like *heep, ami a medical and relief ex|ieditinu was at once organized and Kent (ait. When tile Indians signed the Mille Iacs treaty they were promised a certain sum of randy money, ami relying on this they failed to make th*-usual provision for the winter. Each Indian was led to exjxs-t that the sum of #1J wiwikl lie forthcoming immediately after having signed the treaty. Heavy snow s set in aiel the hunting and fishing has lieen very bad, and to make matters worse they were Heired w itll the grip. When taken sick they huddled together in little mud hut* ami perished for lack of food and attention. The re I* ut of the commission has been iii the hands of the president for some time, and nil now requiri-d to carry out the provisions of the ticaty is his signature Why it has not Ins'll signed before is a mystery, and the delay lias caused no end of suffering and Ion* of life. Caid. Minier, Indian agent at Wliite Earth, is now on the ground ministering to the want* of the afflicted savage*. relief for | yard of the safety of sailor* on merchant ►iii)** should Is* checked. R A U.NLM’S SHOW SAIIA TODA V. Barnum'* “Greatest Show on Earth” sail* for New York oil th)* steamer Fiirnessin today w ilk a • Nils nee of profit* to the credit of t - ie veteran showman of ti Kl. The syndi-( ate deal, which (suite.uplatod the merging of the Fore|taiigh aggregation into tile Bnr-nurn-Bailey combination, is off for the pres-| eat at least and (mdkatily permanently. Tile steamer Tuetonic, which *ailed for New York yesterday, raiTwd I .III) Norsemen es steerage passenger*. The great bridge arrow the Firth of Forth was tested bv the (lass&ge over it of a train weighing I .HUO too*. The test was regarded by the engine**!** as even rn*ire successful than they hail looked f*»r. The Norwegian government is si-eking to negotiate a loan of Jinni crowns. A new colliery, imniLdng a pheuoinenally Kbimdunt yield an I affording employnient to several hundn-d men now idle, is being opened iu I‘russia ii Silesia. Chalkier Ufsncj Testifies la HD Ova Behale. Camdkn, N J., JO —la the LeConev mur der trial yesterday the defense (-ailed ( halk ley IjeOonay, the prisoner, to the stand. Ixr Coney, who wa* ('alin and collected, told • bout the life led by himself and his brother Richard, now dead, at the farm; how Annis leConey, his niece, came from Waverly, O., to keep house for them after hi* mother’* death; how he and his brother bought pree-ento for Annie and tried to make her life at th#farm pleasant. He said that he sent Murray, his farm hand, on Hunday night dqftvn to toll Francis lunge to come to work the next morning. Mnrray returned that night at ll o’clock and said Lingo wa* coming They got up early in the morning and he did the chore* while Annie cooked break fast He swore that he last saw Annie alive in the kitchen as he went out to go down in lbs citron [latch, and that the first he knew of the murder wa* when James I aver tv (-ains down into the field and told him. News that IwH'oney wa* on the stand made the crush for admittance terrific when court reconvened for the afternoon sewnon. Th# prisoner, continuing hi* line of testimony, hsmI he could not ride the hor** all the way lmcauHe hi* lack was weak He had laen suffering from a weak lack for ton years and [thysioiHiis had liven treating him. When he fiixt reached the bouse he sat down on the side porch a few minute* to collect himself. “William livery and I went in,” said Iav Doney, “I looked at the lindy and felt her left wriHt I could f**el no (iiilsation. I went out (loot s a few minutes and then (ame in aud went up .dairs. I saw my key* in tile cheet and u|KHi examination discovered that iii gold and over fllK) in bote* had been stolen.” TUR NATIONAL GRA HO. ADJUTANT GENERAL PORTER MHS HIS REPORT. SUR' He Think* the state wltmilri Relieve lh* fonntie* nf Ship » «»f their F v penult lira* for *u|»|»iMt int 11 iii or ie*—font eat* Be fore lh* l*rl v I lego* and Flection lam-milter* Hill* to he Reported Albany, Feb JO.- Adjt. Gen Porter'* annual report Will lie presented to the higuda-ture to-day. The adjutant say* : The iin-t tonal gun rd now comprint* fourteen regi men to. one Imttnlion aud forty-five s*«|«ttrate (NMiipattkiH of infantn , five lotteries of artillery, one ti«m»|» of cat airy aiel two signal c« liq *4. The quarterly returns of the :«»tli of Sejs tom lier ultimo, allow that on that date there were in service i 44 officers anil Ll, ITH enlisted men, making an aggregate of I i.JJJ ollicer* and men. Better evidence of an itu-reartng interest Iii military matter*, and of a desire on the |mrt of tile young men of tile state to enter It* military service, is found in the large numtier of application* coming from all (iart* of the state for authority to raise (Naiqianies, bat tories or tixNipn. The national guard i* limit**! by law to 15.000 enlisted iis-u, a numlier brlievi*! to be sufUcieiit for all practical [»ur-[Hwes, at least for the present. The need of new rifles to replace Hie Remington is urgent, lait the time has not yet arrived when it can lie determined what the rifle, or even what its calibre shall ba. It i* a nm n need by the I nitosl Stat(*s ordnam-e d»-l-ai tinent that a 30**alihre rifle, which i* en tirely sali*factory, has l***n made. and that a :<0-calibre magazine arm is iii proems of (*»u*truction, but unfortuiiatelv the status of WILL BUY. wore on murder. He said those having the blood stain* on were not hi*, but hi* brother's. He did not change hi* clothing, and did not see Billy Smith the day of the murder. Witness did not believe Smith wa.* over half-witted. leDonev admitted that be told Don*tahle Naylor that he suspected Francis Lingo of Dong tin- murderer. Tile prisoner will be on the (Land again to-day. Bixin trek lo Refile from Active Duty. Berlin, Feb. JO.—-The Freiwinnige Zei-lung learns that Prince Bismarck ha* or* ) i-iwl an inventory to I** taken of his |ierMonal effects in ti*- Wilheftnstntase |*dacc, iu view of his retirement from active ministerial duty at nu early date. Witness (lescrilied his clothing and identi j the powder question, resulting from the ad-tied the trouser* he wore on the day of the, vent of the so-called smokeless powder, leave* tile question of wlmt the new small arm should lie still unsettled. Under the law as it now stands tin-countn*s are rtspiired to provide armorii-s for organizations within their limits, furnish heat and light, and |iay for armorers, engineers and jai ii tore. 1'here SCI-IIIS to Is* no reason why thoe-burden* should I** imixw**! U|*>n the county treasuries. 'Hie national guard i* a state force and it* maintenance, it would aje j**ar, should lie borne fairly and (qunily by tin-whole state. Moreover, a* a military consideration, it is submitted that the arm ories, which are in fact military imst*, should lie directly under the charge and control of the stab-. Surprising progress ha* been made in rifle practice. Iii scale organizations nearly every officer and man has qualified as a marksman. Great credit is due to the zealous and efficient general m*|iector and the brigade and regimental inspectors of rifle practice lite President in I’lttNhitrg. PfTTHRCKG, Feb. JU — President Harri*oii arrived in the city at ll o’clock last night acts>m|uniiisI by Cougresamea Bayne and 1>al7A‘ll, and Andrew Carnegie of Pittsburg, Professor iAinglev of the Siuithsoiiian institute and Enoch Pratt of Baltimore. A committee from the Duquesne club met tile presidential [tarty at Braddock, where the train stopped half an hour to allow the (wirty to insjiect Carnegie's Edgar Thacn|**on steel work*. I'(sui the arrival at the Baltimore and Ohio ruilrend de[«it in this (Tty the presidential party was escorted to the Duqu“*n<* club. The president retired immediately on Iii* arrival. President Harrison will hold a public re'-eptiou at tile court h')ire* J o’clock and then proceed to th free library in Allegheny City for calorv exercise*. - I ’a meg ie the iledi- Kwc* at ( lift.>M. New York, Feb. JU.—The weather at Clifton yesterday was pleasant arid the track in -apital condition. The result*: , First rats*, idling. furlongs:    Little Jake first, Freedom second, lA*m<in BlosKom third; time, LJJ1*. Hecomi i-ace, 73a furioog*:    Troy    first, Brown Charlie second, Zunglmr thinl: time, I*. Thinl race, selling, I mile:    Henry    George first, Bonnie S. second, Question third: time, 1:44. Fourth rare, the Valley Forge* handicap, I 1-lfl tnilc-s: St. Paris first, Miss Cody second, Coburg third; time, lifttPg. .Fifth race, mile; Watterson first, John Atwood second. Hafter third; time. I .-(jci. Sixth race, purse, % mile:    Brail    first, Red Elm se*-cmd, Dol. Clark third; time. l:lfiV- World'* Fair Speaker*. WakHIROTON. Feb. ‘JO.—The New York *up|iorters of the world'* fair project have arranged their list of speakers for the depilate to-day ami to-tnorrow. Each city w ill put forth it* arguments for an hour to-day, according to arrangement, reserving the half hour remaining for Friday. Mr. Flower will lead off for New York. He will Is* followed by Messrs. Moore of New Hauqishire. and Covert. Cumming*. McCarthy, Tracey, Barker. Spine la. Duupii.v, and Farquhar of New York. aud pos*il*ly by Mr. Blount of (teorgia aiwl Mr. Blan'ha rd of ')is*oari. I1k* representatives of the oth-r cities have lait -enipleust their lists of nj .cokers. St Iswii* W’ill follow New York, and then will come Chicago alai Washington. Hoe la ti-ts Thank the Kaiser. I/»xwix. Fob JO. ’n enormou* meeting of German S.*ialist* wa* held here last night, which jas-ed resolutions thanking the Eui|**ror of ttermany for having i*Nued hi* labor rescript*. %m>ltiei Plot Again*! Ferdinand. Koki a, Feb. JO,- The govern went is iii pis session of information sufficient to justify the I b*ar that another plot a;;ai:i*t the life of i Prince Ferdinand is in existence. The Ituffalo I'liMtnltiee Mite. Washington. Feb. JO.—The secretary of th** treasury sent to the senate a detailed re-|K>rt of the negotiations w ii tell have l**en carried on under the act of April I, in**, for the selection of a site of a public bunding at Buffalo. From this re[K>rt it ap|>ears that no site ha* been selected, and the department, after making several effort* in thu direction, is unable to take further action on account of the inadequacy of tile liahuire of funds available (the original appropriation having lieen $280,0001. The secretary recommend* that congress iqs-edily make an additional appropriation f>»r a site, as well as an appropriation for beginning the construction of a building. Itr*vy storm in the Northwe*t. Minneapolis. Feb. JO —The Tribune'#spe^ rial* from all jn-Ti of the Nor til wed say a fierce bli/tmrd is raging and that the thermometer i* falling fast At Ashland. Win., a heavy snow storm is tieing driftel by a terrific wind. and in nearly all (torts of Northern MinneMito mid Iowa a fien-e biii-zard is raging. Th* therinoiiieYer is falling ra[tklly in this city ami before morning a howling blizzard may lie prevailing. Big Order for Kl des. Vienn a, Feb. JI). —The Argentine govem-iiH*iit has ordered the maiiiifat-ture of JO.tKMi nfies at the factory at Steyr, Upper Austria. AFTER THE HOOSIERS. to Buy President Day in Indian* polio Hut the tint*. Indian a poi J*, Feb J)).- President Day of the New York club said: “I am here after the Indiatui[Htlio team, if it is poK-ihle to get it. We want the v*hob- outfit, “It is well nssignized that an eight, club circuit would enable the league to make a mon- successful and determine*! fight against the brotherhood. Of course if lndi>uia|M>li* gi**s out it wo lid forre out one other club. By the reduction it would more eienlv Iml-nnre the tea ms, aud all wmtld In* in good cities and have good tram*. If we could get the Indianniiolis players we would stand on an (qual footing with the brotherhood.” When asked if he wa* prepared to use con siderabte |iersua*ioii upon Pmideut Brush to convert him. Mr. Day said: “I don't ran* to say as to that.” At ll o’clock Mr. Day joined President Brush at his rooms w here a consultation wa* had that lasted until 11:80 o'clock. Day stated aller the eoti'ti Ila finn that no offer whatever had lieen made Bm- the In>li&na(»olis players, but he only presented to Brush the advisaMlity of a reduction to an eight club league. He -jnd; “I don't know what action will bt* taken, that lie* with the league, and the qit stion will be dis unwed at the meeting of March I.” Mr. Brush made *ubtautiaily the same statement. sharp Shoot Idr tor m ( tiHtn |>ii>n<*tiip. Lakaykttk. Iud., Feb. JO.—Gaorgw T. Berk of lndiaua(Mtli* won the American field championship w ing shot <*up of America, defeating Fred E;*b of this city, who won the cup from J. W Rudd of Iowa. Tip* bird* were sprung from five ground traps at thirty yards, London Gun club nil ** governing. Beck made a total of 4t» to Erb‘» 45. Immediately alter the contest Erb challenged Beck tow another match for the cup. snow at Natalia# Lake. Ampersand. Ha rime Imke. N. Y., Feb. JO. —Eight inches of snow fell in this region during Tuesday and Tuesday ni^ht, which is the heaviest fall till' winter. It will enable the luiutieriiien to get ail thrir timber to water. The thermometer stands at six degree* above at tile signal station here. A New Lank at Watertown. Washington, -Feb JO—Application ha* bran filed with the (*imj»troller of the currency for authority to organize the City National bauk of Watertown, N. Y . by John R Kemp of Watertown, N. YI I ar* Running loo p'a«L Boston, Feb. 30. — A hearing wa* held before the railroad commissioner* yesterday in the case of George H. Bradford, who, while riding horseback last Monday, wa* run down and killed by an electric car. Tim evidence showed that in certain sections of the city the car* are run at a qteed of fifteen to twenty mile* per hour Immediate action will be taken to regulate the sjieed of the car* The Duckworth Case. A UGL ST A, Ga., Feb. JO.— The taking of testimony in the case of the seventeen citizens ai Sharon charged with intimidating Postmaster Duckworth wa* concluded yesterday. The result will protiably be a technical case against the accused, but in view of the ab-seiK** of personal vie bora toward, or direct interference with the p>*st master it is thought that th* case may be dismissed at the April term of the federal court William* Alumni Banquet Boston, Feb. JO.—The Williams alumni banquet last night wa* attended by many prominent Bostonians. Judge Justin Dewey presided. President Carter and (Jeu. 8. C. Armstrong were among the speakers. •    The Smith Deft* cal ion. New York, Feb. J)*.- With regild to the Natchez d is] witch stating 11 vat IL E. H. Smith of that place, who represented the Corbin Banking coiiif>auv at Kinde), Ijl, ha* de-(«m|«d with MIMM). Mr. W. (*. Wbeerer, manager of the Corbin Banking company, -aid: “The dispatzh is an incoherent version of the affair. Mr Smith did not represent us, lait we represented him—that ig he wa* (Sie of our corre* pondenta for w hom we negotiated loads. Hie iii)ist that we can [**t-sibly lose by hi* defalcation is £5,3fiO; and we lire likely u t to lose more than Im lf of that sum, as our special agent in Mi»*issip(»i and LnuiMinna wa* almost iminedmtely on the ground and placed an attachment on some piv*perty of Smith's. Hill* to be Favorably Reported. Albany, Feb. JO The senate bill on com-mittee* w ill re|*>rt favorably the following t,H yHt bill* to-day:    Mr.    Ahcurn's    bill (irovidiug for 24 aclu sd commissionerM, one from each school district in New York city, Mr. Stow-art's bill [irovidiug that only |*'i*sons who bu vc served a* I* dice justiew* heretofore, or rj> counsellors, Is* eligddt* a* js>lice jo'tiii** in New York city; Mr. McCarivns bill for the relief of widow aud orphan funds of volunteer fire de|Mirtment* iii Brooklin. Mr. Birk-ctfs bill giving #10,(i0ti of Bnsiklyu money to each of thi* two branches of medical missionary siwicty: Mr. Md ’arren’s bill relative to assessment tor Brooklyn Proapect (lark, and Senator Coggeshall's bill annexing Deer-Leld to tile city of I fica. Senate miscellaneous (sirpirations will re[*ort favorably Mr. Hawkins' bill relative to the Pap|ienhiisen in-stitution at College Point. Ij. I. Killed Hi* Wife sud Himself. Hyattsville, Md., Feb. SO. Thomas I>ee • ssalilted aud fatally injuivsl his wife at Bladen*! urg and then (*ouiniitt«*l suicide. The couple had lieen living ajmrt for the (last two months, la** went to where Mrs. I>ee was enipi.>yed and liesought her to return to him. She refused, whereupon lit** [licked up a [sit of ls»ibi!4 water and scalded her tiddly. Then he ga b<*d her th'->iat with a knii'c, inflicting what will on.)inblv prove fatal injuries. Immediately afterward* I.eecut hi* own throat from ear to car. A Traip’s Crew on Trittl. Chicago, Feb. JA.—I hiring the pr>*-e>*d-ings in the Twtittildcy ljvi 'loche-Buford case, the crew of the Rock Island freight train on trial for th** killing of seven pennon* in a milroHtl collision. Assistant State* Vttornav Elliott announced tint he would eider a nolle pros*qui in the cm* against Conductor Charles I*. Buford, a* he wuscouvinced there was not evidence against him sufficient to convict. The evidence of the (irosecution is all in with the exception of w it ness Smith, w ho is on Id* wav here. The Deadlock Broken. Ibex Moi NKX, la.. Feb. 30.—The Iowa house of representative* succeeded yesterday in breaking the d<*ad lock with which they have been wrestling for the }>ast four week*. lA*t night at 7:.*ifiJohii F. Han.jlton. Democrat, from Linn county, was elected speaker. By tile ti I m<> of coiiqiroinisc. which have lieen accepted, the Democrats have the sjM-aker an*! the Republican* important ehaimian--hijis of conunittees. while the minor oftest ate divided as ispially as jiossibie Minong Gith parties. The Woman Xuffiaie -I*. WAHHINGTON, Feb. JO.—The Woman Suffrage convention yesterday at first listened to the rending of state rejxirt*. “The attitude ut this association toward political parties” was then discussed. Miss Alite Pickier • if South Dakota insisted that women should have a hand in the management of all public institution*. Short sfxvche* were made by Mo. Fray oft Hilo, Rev. Olympia Brown of W weoiisin, Miss Bia.ie and Mr*. Root of Michigan.____ ( (tiemilled *ulci<le on Nhiphuard. Philadelphia, Feb. JO —Mr*. Ida Walker, w ho was a saloon |ia*sen ^er on the *b*amship British Pi in ess w hi h arrived hereyesterday from Liverpool, committed suicide ow the lith inst by taking an overdoaeof iuiidaniirn. She w a* burk'd ut sea the next day. She w a* tile wife of a well-known English bicyclist, She had suffered greatly from seasickuee* •md had not mixed much with the fwssenger*. Ii is understood the suicide was premed-itabsl. A situ rn t omtug Knit Washington, Feb. JO.—The storm central Tuesday night in western Colorado ha* de-vekqied remarkably and is central in indiana. A decided cold wave extends from Mimu-sota to nortlieiTi Texas and will follow the storm eastward. Rain aud *n<iw ha* occurred in the lake regi<ms and in tile upper Ohio. Am Unknown Man Killed. J’oruHEEEPxiE. N. Y., Feb. JU —An unknown man wa* struck by the Troy and Utica special on tho Hudson River railroad at Fishkill aud instantly kl Hod. state Het»i*te ( out cut*. Albany, Feb. JO. The senate (*oniinittee oil privilege* and election* iii**! iii the senate chandler last evening with Senator Ywider presiding. The election contest of Janie* C. Rodgere for tile seat of Senator Michael F. Collin* of Troy, w a* considered A number of w itnexHes wt*re called on to testify, and tile foreman of the job printing establishment where (he return blank* were printed, wa* exaiiiiiM*! ms to a mistake in printing the name of Rodger*. Nearly ali Hie witness***, alsiut thirty iii iiutids r, swore they vol is] for Janie* C. Rodgers. One witness swore that iii the First district ai (he Seventh ward over sixty people were challenged I**-fore noon time on elw*tioa day. The hearing lasted f)»r over three hour* and will pr>.baldy Ie continued today. •fail Titmice* Censured. Rm’HKMTKir, Feb. JO. The committee of su|s rvisora which has l** n investigating the account* of the courthouse mid jail trustees of Monroe county has made a long liq tort to the Is aril. The trustee* are severely arraign) d for then Imjwe butine** meihoda, aud many figure* are given showing that Eduard J. Rice, a plumber and a brother of a stipcrvixor, grossly overcharged the county for repair* made on the courthouse and re-< eived pay for material* and In lair not furnished The commiHee rcomuni mls that the law lie bo aiuendwl tliat supervisor* siiall lie ptohibited from liav big any interest iii county work, directly or indirectly, Afraid of the Proclamation. Leavenworth, Kau., Kell. JU Fort Leavenworth is awaiting the president’* ain nestv proclamation bi d)-*rter* with alarm. It is [‘rewin**I that it w ill iiberab* a hundred or ii wire desalter* here. (.apt. I ’oj**. prison (Otnmni)daiit. feaix the prison vt bl Im- depopulated and tie* dosing of tile army shoe hop lie made necessary. 'Hic government give* a deserter when discharged new clothe*, #5 in currency ami tlitn-jx-rtation to his former re-ideiD e. There are no funds now in this de|Mtrtment to apfdy to this [NirpoNe. and the danger of a wholesale prison delivery of pen ll ilea* men i* a|e paraot New Orleans Race*. New Or ijc a nm, Feb. JA. First race ye*ter-<lay, \ mile: SkoUloff Ii rut, Torn Kurl *ec-ond, Sam Jones third: time, l:lfi3^. Second race, -elling, 4^ mile: Harvester and Jim Rzxsi ran a (tend heat. Nickel Blate tliird: time, LAJ1^. llarve.ter won tile run-off in l.-OS,^. Thud im e. -elling. furlongs. Vattoll first, Vati<an second. Fremont third, tune, 57 >4. Fourth race, I mile; Getalong fii>lf Brobux second, Recluse third; time, 1;4J Court* to bo 4 ooxbuUtfil. I^iNDON, Feb. :JA. —The governiiM'ut’* land pnrdia*e bill will provide for the combination of the landed estate* coml and tile land oommiaidon in a single tribunal for the settlement of diqaites. with a view to simplifying tl»e transfer of land. The amount involve,! is unlimited, lait it u, believed that £ JO,000,000 will rovpi the ex(iense of the operation of the act. ProbNbly a Verdict Ag*inst Nawteiie. Dover. N. H., Feb. J*).—The coroner * jury in tile Sawtelle case will conclude their Inborn to-day. It is understood that they will find that the murder wa* committed by Isaac Sawtelle in New Hampshire territory. 10c Will buy ii handsome border ‘dirt* black Fact* Veil. 95c and $1 Will buy jt lovely black or colored it im I K id (* loves. pair t»f reused 48c Will in buy an extra tim* (’ornct, white or colored, or any size. Set* them. $1.48 a beautiful Id ae Ic genuine Marble W ill I my walnut Top Stand. Worth don bit* what we ask. 48c Will buy a Gentlemen’* Velour Shirt. To fully appreciate this offer you must sec them and wear one. Will buy black 23c a Ladies 11 use, wort filii* knit Ii .loc*. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Huh just received ii filii Iii))* of J J ii I Of \ L Overcoats and Trousering: Kl pud to any in tin* city, and at prices that will pay you to see him before purchasing. LADIES! lf you tv nut an cany anil comfortable alme, with a heavy Hole. one that will keep your feet dry aud warm. aet a pair of D. Armstrong A Co’a Hand Welt, common fceiiHC ahoea. They will plcane you-- SULLIVAN & SON, 2 13 Ce ntre Street, A COMPLETE line (IE HOUDA I GOODS :*«* MAIN STR KIST, or pool vt Iroquois Hotel. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe s. ;