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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 22, 1890, Dunkirk, New York "- ""SS VO!.. XX.dunkirk, v v. saturday, february 22, im NO IT HEP H ES EN TA TI VE LOUSINESS HOUSE: x$ OF DUNKIRK t WIW Rt UNU NACHIWF tor n»hn#r d\ *1* k 1 ii* rn tit blank* ii th** lab—t a-ell turn I* the MM*h.iuif«l Department of Diinkirk Pruning Cumpanv. * l,F.\ANi)RR'i (oat ani W»i>i Yard, Tv 4"\ Central Avenue, wppmitr St«*kel Plat* J (Ok Ail ara-tea of I tart and Holt ( *«al A' 44 Lauhr, ihm/rlrt an i I.atli    Ire* tellv    Cr*rre*(KHI-tenne    f<if    wholesale Iou ♦•dented. k CKX. M. tA.VN, Bract.-.al Plunder, *»a#■ A an-I "tram Fitter. «4pe. *al atu-nln*. < 1 ven I** samtarj Plumbing Estimate# given in Plumbing, i.w Filling itcam dealing an** Ii *t Air Curuami. ti fc tbinl »tiwt BK. UirroKU, HW ami st© Central Ave . Artiste- Photographer. In** urn tune* *u* Pbotufrrapha ut Babin* a specialty. sitter* ae*** o*H wait for sunshine **\<epi for MI IWM I |OOK It I-AD KHY -J A HIC I iHVIDIi, Pre I ) pricier, N*». 16 K. He****n*l street. neat Huf-f iui street, Dunkirk, X. I. Mag**ilira, Mu-i e, Pamphlet*, etc., li**uii«t in sn sty order* p >u>ptt\ t item Ie* I to. All work guaranteed. I tl'KCHKK’H (IKM KUH V HO TMK, II    AU* Central avenue. Whole** ie aud retail «leal**r in ll ia«i*ti(- 4 tuna. Glassware, Jt u I,*01 u-«I ami . HAM. lf. II I KUI s, HI Central Ave. Gen-\j era! Insurance, Life, Accident and t ire Before traveling in sum roar lie in the old rename “ I nTfu n’." Heal Estate Agent !.oans negotiated on v*<)|wrn, r iNAlTAl’gCA HOTEL, V -    lute*,    ll    per    day. Civet v ami B**n*«hug liable ii* connection Victor Hiller, St'* and :«7 Lion atreeL . .ny it % chi}, "ii«»p V^/    Cbaa. Nagle, Prop., I ii lei {.ake snore National (tank, Oornc center and Third stioeu. A line stock oi ► •♦re.gn an t Do«u-«ti- • tgara. . OSKI.IM AMIN, I /    Sir    (    ruler street, Pr helical tH>ne**b'«ia Particular attention paid to snler ic ring Iwrwa. shoeing of roan «r . lr Ating iiorse* a specialty. I) IM Kl IAK EV ISM I MU 4IHsA.lt V KR. I orgeat Daily in tie Coaaty. An unequalled a InrUun* medium. It I'M KUCK KMilNKI.ItlMl COM PAM I. /    .ricer    i'    se    Hew    A    Po    pi.    ie. Manufacturer* ul Engine*, Holler-, Pulley*, snailing Hangers, clr. Pattern*. A urging*. Bating', amt Ba* dun. Work Pi order. I k UN Kl KH Mil I KT CO., AH. Alf* and »'< I J Center street, Manufa* lurem ut tin •Cromwell" ami “Dunairk” pries t - fliting II re ae un rte. i Mi aal*1 in all lea*lmg furiti-uiug, elotnmg ami dry gwoda imiu*b4 in Dunkirk. P. TOOMFV. '    th    ami    AVK    Lion    air-el, tailer in Hour, I ml, alt. Ikicl liay.Puoa phatea. etc. Est* (tissued, *.<** D.1 *. KIK HOTEL and nm ng Salmon, Union r*j Depot Eaui acre** to ail ira.os and bu* ness bon****. Heat a* ounui«#totions (or C«*id ncri .al Traveler* John J. Murphy. Prop. I ' HI.EK" A CO.. •*7 and IM E Third * tree I. flue F urn I ure, Cat»inet Ware and Up-uiMiteruif. Picture I raine*. made lo order. K. / ll. M AT* ESON A t 41., ail Central Ave., beader* of Fashion and Gentlemen Ouliittera Ii AKI.I I. STUM MKATiMU PC Manufacturers ol "team Heating Apparatus, sanitary Plumbing a Mprciilty H OWE. «*tkah lacmdki. our »i*e.-will es. f ne "tort*. to , i "liar# Ae; Lu#*, 4c. and Lara Curtain* Free Delivery. A W. J unum tigs. AHT Centar street ll K. OKUM. E Third at., ce>r.*of Buff *U> to.ta uric! mer aiel -tea tor in Tine B*«*ta A Shoe* ii RN It Y WKILKKH NKW STOHR. lot fc , , I l l st it, ok-. "tau..i..*r>.'I I' a! In-4trui;ienU»,Magaziiea,Daily amid cekiv fajmr*. aud ever J Un i g |*ertaiamg to a Ural rixsa l*ook •lure, s iMM, Hooka a apweinitjr. 14 a la l*KINTIN4. of every description and at lowest Iwiug raUv by Dunkirk Pouting Cotoomny, ti ami Id K isecond St,| JU. VAN HOMEN * min. Fire Life, Accident and General lusurat ae Deal* ara in Heal fc-tate ami towns. Particular tin. !.Con paul P> the c ire of property rolUjct-»!g rent*. Ac, tl« Outer at., iud floor. ^4^ KORN PII AMK AUY', .MJI* Central vvraue • »eadu oar ten* for Wall Pajwr Pa.nia. Olla, Ai- %\r.KIVI NM, J. w.. I    XU tauter street, Kau* la* -urer and ca erin Hat ne**, "ad l«' or TI- v oilaia, Iruuka.V h pa. BuAalo H<> *e* ll., ae <%.vern.»»i*>ve»,.Viittei»" an*! "leigh H«*l*e- I )Ll HHlN*i X ap-eeiaitv tempi and 4>*» aw**" I T. W Murray, JVI I .Kill Arret. •uade of ."atiitary Plumbing. ► ttmg    A or k tug a sh i p    guar Ik W IIOI.TIM IT East rtiml Maw!. Faenn.nablr tailor. «rCutleo»er will Aud it P tfieir ad vat. tag* P* rail on me or I ore pureiigamt e leg where I) K CAKY A HI., TO Ll* rn atreel («ent-m* Hard ar are, W h Ic I . .»d,i n!*,l' nu r'* Suupl.ea, VMI i I**ths, Oral Ie w are A tpeeiai tv of >her vri u W* ill: aine Pa * tam! Mon na- rang" 4’ieh tm blank'U***ks, le.|ger», an*l KU 1-1 NO. S’lch as blankdsad m I kinds OI blanks >ioue at (H B’iirk Pnnting Company, ll and I** E- Second "U PKOFf>"IOM ll,. Ii. T Hoi.PH, M. IX, I HIK MERRY WAI! GI I KS OY    THE    KAISER    ASTOUNDED Pity "Inan amt sing**..*) »Mire over l,V n't Drug ."lore. H»*sn*ence,f eatral trei.ue Telephone v a, % * alia may lie left a* I yon'* MORE FIFTEEN - MINUTE SPEECHES IN THE FAIR SITE DEBATE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT JALKhMI.M Wanted at none    l.**eai or v Tnt veil ag. Bg Pa* "tends VTork. Mloek *V arrau U"1 t/uick Selfing "p4fci.‘»!ti<**. On tit flee i v|<ent*ii*'e I line, es'gry J ah. I1. W if IT* vD, N ur»y man, kwlnHtrr, N. Y. ’TOD lf A BT A I O.. Patent A tlomev a. it.* Till “ "t, Washington, I* C , opp I S. Patent Of-!•'« Paterta, Caveat# ami Kl* Inanes seeanal Trade Marks regiap'red All Patent buainea** on*luc‘4**l f*»r moderate lee* Information Vdvire ami afieeial ref* reoce* «ent on rc*joe»L ^.1 til'* AU ABT. |4 I \PEN"E" IN MV V* “I \ A NI K, aB**we*l such month, steady *mpl*»> msnt al home or traveling. No solo ling I Miti**«> deli ven rig ani making e«>l lee I nm* Mo Postal Cards. Ad* I mas arith stamp ll AK EK A co, I Pf oa, Olina I wish to employ a few ladii** on salary to take charge of my busiuesa at their home* Light, very la a* mating and healthful Wages Ho per week. lie Serener given, bod j av for s ia rt lime. Addr* "Saith -I nip. M tt**. Mak* tow W alkkk, L*hos>lite Ky. N“jtw t«    A MONTH can bs mad* • working f sr us Persona pre* t .rrd who can furnish a horse and give their whole • me to lh* busine**. Spare moments may be profi:-ibljf employed also. A few vacancies in loam" UM tin** IC lr. JOHNSON A CO., iOoo Main ic, Kichmoad, Va. for Kent i»r ’air. House corner begoud and Dove streets. Sealy litutd up ami in line rondition Will •ell on cast term* Enquire at the ofUt-e of Martin Heeler Ca rmon Elders* Book IT SPH IMI ISHII hr. Hills Hr. Horse and Hr. Peters IVw'I W snt a Fair at All—Hr. < arlisla Is 0|>|M»»eil ta Having It Anywhere K*r#|J in Had aglsn — HTwrit In th* 6V wale. f. D, MATTESON cfc CO’S tiiii ^ full line ol all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERiNGS! Iver brought into this City. Call and See Them New Birder Shop. (I. A. Ill KBFR. tot rn rn I y sn W bee* crV liar-•ar*simp, has opened the bariwv-ohop in the die Hotel. He bai* everv facility for gvwod v irk. and eualomera will dad ti a g-asl iUa«*« • go for sitaviag and hair rutting Ut IMH PII HOLDEN H AI KH, Cor. Third ami Buffalo St*, Dealer in i.rantb>. Marble, f logging am Building "lone. Call on me before buyin y*>ur ante-walk    ______ Drunkenness Cr the Liqvor Habit, Positively Care* IV AIBlRISTdlM MI. HAIMS' MUIR SM Cif It. It ctn be given In a cop of coffee ar tea. or in or idea of food, a uncut the knowledged the per* on taking It; ii la abaci ut*! yr barmie"# and will ffect a permanent and apee*!y cure, whet hoi tie patient la a movie rate drink«>roran kleohollr R ISLEY A CO., 7 and » East Front sinwl. Whisky. Wine*. Brandle* ts'vnerai Li«|Uor Sl<*re tor Family Ca*. rre. k fT NEVEU FAILS. We GUARANTEE a •'ompiete cute in everv iuatnce. 48 paftmal FREE. A'iilrr**in mni*lmH,M ' .DEK 5 rod rase SPECIFIC CO. 11S Bar r SL. Cincinnati fk UOHEKT M K.%¥. Lion street, near the dep«A. larding. ,s*ie, Feel And Livery Sin bl nag bi the 'lay or wivt on reaw.rable term*. UK. I Ic J. VT., i *4 ( enter iLvrl I dealer in Mu#,*"*! ln*>trumculs Aa* rw:»* Mac lunes. We make a spcria.ty cl : tr; Alan* makea of Plan •sai*<i Farrami A Votr -    •    frgatu* CV am J* tilFFORtc Aul Centra; ive. it t O ataira), tienera' lusuranee an I i.» a1 K*UU AgeuL Fire. Ll ie, .lee dent, am* . va St** I iBeuraiuw. Prompt attention git bo buy".bs and Helling Heal E-fat* ♦ I* C. JOXKN I    75 K* Third at., mr ' -net. fcxoeiOH* Meat Market. F . *h. Salt an ftuioked Mea la. Lao I. "a,tsar by»kr* aru: Poultry* C. t. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER A IMPORTER. 3414 H YIN "T.. HI FFAU», X. Y, DEALER IS D litU, I Alem d TORT, Clock* Silverware. Leather ImmmU, Kkr. ESKRA VISK. KOLI) 4 SIL VER PLS TI SO \\ w VATUHKH. JEWELHt. a*. Ituv Ute A«r**ra Badland W ik*. lietvainng a v - eejally. Frank V. SUpI. « B. Third #L rn. HOCK EK, Merehc.it Tailor. YI« Cee. I ml Avenue A CUHrLBTB LINK I ¥ HOUDA I GOODS :t<T4 .Ii AIN ST UK KT, Up po* I ie Inviaoi* Hotel. W tiHiviiToy. Feh '«-Iii the bottwvm-ten! iy Mr^ HoArr of MiM«i*opf»i «*> the tinit "(leaker on tin* world # fair site. He favored Washington, oil a<v«*uiit of it* fine buiklin^vi. U-nutiful aurroundinga, arni he-L-nure it wa# the capttAl of the nation and a men |mrt?"*ii city. MU MILL* OPP1AO* THS FAIA Mr Mill# of Texas o|i|*wd the prop**iti*rn to h<4ii a worlit'a fair. He claimed that ixm-grvie wa- overt rn rdcned with lnminem now, and "bonk! have nothing to do with a world s fair It wa# a Mate prof mm ti* rn Referring to ('hnet*ipfeer Columbus. Mr Mill" "ani that Collun)*!* had never wen North Amen*-*. He never knew that there wa# "ru b a <-ontment a* North America He had left X|miu to hunt Indian" had landed at San Salvador ami gone hark home again He had <"ome a "ammi, a third ami a fourth time and g«*te lank tonne without ever knowing of the existence of the country that wante"I to honor hun Thi" profnwitKwi. he held, wa a businm* pepeitton. Since 1*0> theae fairs ha*) been increasing and if they kept on increasing, h*-lj**d by government appn>(irtatinn(i, the j»vipl** would finally break down under the tmrden of taxation Thew fairs euuid be bel*) without any help from tile government. lf the city of Uhkvigo or the city of New York, Washington or Bt. I#>uto. wante*l a fair its I aidmen men could raise the (itdwary money. He th< alg bt the NU wouk! («"* and it w<aib1 lie charged up to |mtn*di*n) and to t'oiuniNi* He "U|>|Hee that he would have to .-ast hi* vote for some partt«"ular site ami that vide w.aiki la* east for Bt. Lait* When the <|urwtem of {im.-*-mg the NU came up he would cast his vote against the |<r<psition liken little nun. Mr. Moi"#- of M .-i "OVc Ii ii "eft* alw* <>p|io^«l the NII. II* thought that if the fair should be lie 1.1 any where it sit. add la held in Washington Hut he had wane douM* a* to the adv i'«l,iUty of holding a fair. He ttoaight (lint Ihe fair wherever held w**uki rw»ult in a I*se of several million* to the government. There were idher measure* that demanded rwme aiitiled:ate atietitma. He wa, agamwi tile pmf#w!ti<m until other matter* of more impirtame that aile*-ted the treasury '"*ubi la* liiwpnned of. Mr. IVter* of Kaus*i" also oppneeii the NU I »s w«i"e in an est in rn te of the exfietwliturea of the government pre|mred bv hun they ex-rltwled tile recei|gs. He aske<i the fieople to (Htuw la-fore it wa* t*a» late. Mr. O'Neill of Fen u#v I van la maid he had tug at this late day itetinitely ma*ie up hi* I mind on a site He opp***! tim pmpination J prtucijaily tss-ause there wa* tem little time 1 to prvi<ttrv for a fair iii IHF! It was not a Ini'UH'- pr, *| **-it ion. lait ar.eefr.au patriotic | •en tin tent. Mr Hlaiu'hartl of Louisiana favored Wash-ingt«m. He lelieved. however, that wher- ! ever the fair w.aiki be held it woukl regilt in I the greatest b n- fit t*i the Smth. Mr Milliken of Maine Maid that no cia#* of l»s.pie would more gladly i«irYiri|iate in the tan than the men who carne.! the flag The "i 'kiter* w tai Id not thank the man w ho plead j cd the (¥>vcity a**t here. Mr Wilson of West Virginia mid that fair* 1 allayed the **s tkhuiI feeling engen.lei^oii by the war. They chastened tile spirit of one sect I* ai aiel an rn**" I national prnie in the 1 <^her. If the exymsition wa" to lie a great i historic event, it must be carried on by the national government, and the seat of the na- > tional government was tile pla*-e w here it uh* mid he held. Un. tor the ti nan- tai scheme > the fair would >xet tile government no more j if beld in Wa hington than it atmid anywhere 1 else. Mr Vandever of i.'alifomia adv.x-atci St. j lama** claim. If it wa* to lie a financial j transaction jmielv. be said they "tomki ad- , vc rf toe for bul". In the Missouri valley the j foreign visitor* wnukl see the real Bourre of \ th** prosperity of New York anti ( hi--ago and woukl flntl St. Limi* the centre of it all. The commerce of thi* great tall#? ax. ceded ten-ft.ld the foreign ivmimere of New Y«»r^* anti St. Luis was at the continence of the great sLeams of that oHiinwr,#. He believed th# n**xt ex|»►'.I km w«mki be held in California. anti he fa vt tm I th*" clainw* of Bt I#juto a* a re* t arui (ion of the West. Mr. Car I isle se kl that the fair should he , hekl near the t'eiifrv* of the txmntry. Bt. I bai# w»" n«*ar-*'t tliat iHffra and Chicago wa* next. Mr. t'Aiiisto said tliat he must disappiove the Nlis piweiited by the «van-nottee <‘.>ngres*» had im right to hold a fair anywhere but at the national capital If a state wanted the fair it* citizens had only to iu or pointe themselves anti hold ic He thought the billa *tomkl he amended. When * y" fT"**** ,4i    “• Kkr *r. W'",M I rj .» *„t to it. U'i Vi.;# for .st, I# ans Brut aiel they for C ak-ago. Mr. Hat>-h ai Mi— uri said that it wa* I providential that ItoSoto had been fifty ream U h md < '< JumUi-v lf he had dwviverwi th.- Mi-si"'ippi val tov fifty vear* smmer. New klngkvtitl and Manhattan Liand would now I** Indian n-servatitms for nato at fl.'A per arte New- York had m> site—only an ofdion on a die. “arni " lie said, “you ail know w hat an oi«th»n on Wail Street »*." “I "tipi*'*** y°»* have been theref* "aid Mr. S(-Inola “No; I have not," Mr. Hatch replied when the laughter hid »utoti«tod. “anti tliat ut the resi«on I ain trying ma to go tto're.*' Mr llasHi of Itliie>w ovid that when he thought of the many thing* to- had to *ay abut Chicago, Afid th*- few minute* he had to r»y it in. he fch like the Niy who sat in the maklie of the sugar I si ire I andexclaimed: “< »h f*ir a th. ai sa rn I tongue* to do this thing jU'tice." He would like New Y- rU |*s.pto t*> come to Chicago and se»> th- g »e»t "hipping of the lakes- gnwter th ,n th foreign «,otn-nver.-e of New York—an*! a |**a«"*ful navy— not war vessels. Mr. Lhinpliy of New York saw! that aer.mu the Brookli n bridg*. a<*rrew th** Hadna and on *!:;nhartan island. in **ach of th**** thrw pl*, tv was a |si(Mtlat*«>n larger than that of L lii-i»-*> . aivl |s>pulath4i wa** one of the .-on-dderr .MMtuto taken into a*vr*int if the (Ai r wa" to Im* a final ic Lai sucre***. Mr Lacing ul New York in advicwting New York saki that to listen to Chicago pe--j to «tue would supisis*- the fair na* to tie a cattle sh- w. New York city was metropolitan and cnanaopohtan, an-1 there was no .Hher city in the country but wa# provincial in it" surrounding* eofmpared with New YorV. Mr. u' a Un— of New York in advocating New York city said: “We have the motley; We have the site; give us the fair ami we will piOtuise >on anexj*mtionof whichevory Ani**rM-;iu will l«e pnaid “ Mr Ka.ii. » of New York ptoa*ied earm-sth f ir N**v» Y-*rk. A small affair, be «ai*l. suv*h a* a national R* (Hiblican convention, over-Lixed IhiA-igo'" a*xornm< slat ion" in lh(Rt Mr. jut 'ariki of New York mid that the aul} questior at i-aoe was whether the fair ■boul-1 be in .tm! or intarnattonal. wa» it to latkmal through foreign paiticipatiiai No other city than New York had gum rat teed tto* finals tai means for the fair When the fair wa# liegun md fifteen lait thirty million dollar# wiaikl Ie fnrtto-uunng fem the («eo-pto of New York, if *<> much «i< mse^ary to make it a *u<i-m. Mr. Farquhar of New York .topr>-. Mte»l the narrow *(iirit which hail characterised many of tile "|»*»*< be» nunto. New York wtf*«l on an equality with LhmJou ami Fan*, with a <"om-(met front an*) well filled (airw*. ready to assume a national obligation. New York imd $15,000.!RH) guaranteed, no other city had (Tiicago came here with a site unselected, with mwifllcient menu-, with nitMiey -#(neared from workingmen. Anti uh* all til thin froth Why it i# ail from •elfish moti v«a; to ad' ert lee her real estate Tin* question for the house was “Who wa# t*» (my the NIL-T Ferhapi* Ubby prison was the place where hi" friend I Manual bad [emi-ised that tile blue and the grey were to meet A city that would tolerate the rehahihta lion of that horror of Libby should never dare to raise her beati, asking for national recognition He had lived in C'hk-ago bet she hail too much over-w-eeoing ambition to guarantee J i«er cent out of a presumptive million. Mr. t and tor ol Massa* husetto clewed the delate in a few word", saving the *saintry*"ould ■afelr trust the to»u-e t*i di#.*harge its full doty. ais! he toiled for a fa von* Lie conclusion uj*»n the qiM*'tiou uext Moodily. Adjourned. AT THE GREAT INCREASE IN THE SOCIALISTIC VOTE. IN THE SENATE. WasHIKOTOX, Feb 21. — The senate (Jto-powed at a large amount of caton<lar I at*mew* and dtsciisNeil at some length (but wittoait re-oulti the (>k la boma town site bill Tie »" ait ere nee report on the bill to increase the pensiiaie of totally disabled (tensloner* wa* pi^**nta*i by Mr Davis, and was agreed to. after an explanotion to the effect that, under the act of ISH), it ha*! lieen provided I that totally disabled pensioners then drawing $-'#* a month 'honkl receive $72; that the I incremse did not apply to those who Were |**osF#»e«l thereafter; that the bill, as it |*iwe*l the senate was intended to correct that | omission; that the house ha*I amended it mo us to allow arrears of |tf»n*i«ms in such cases; : ti,at tto* <v*nferen<e was on that point, an.] ’ tFat. the result was practically the adoption I >»f the senate bill as orgiiiaily passed— no ai rears tieing allowed. The senate then, on motion of Mr. Ftumh, pr<«sssl*sI to the consideration of the house ! lull to provide for town site entries of land in I ! tklahonia Mr. Flmr.h moved to suletitute the senate hill on the same subj4*ct for the house bill. Mr. Berry opjsvsed the substitution and argued against it. Mr Flutnb said that the senate amendment conferred no right* on any j<en*on in any form whatever. At the end of a long discussion the bill went over till Mondav, Mr Vest giving ive tic** of an amendment which to* would then offer to the senate bill. providing that all chum* for town sites, if maito by a United States o|ti.x*r, oi- ag»*nt of the United States, v. ho w us in tto* territt*ry prior to the time fixed for entering it, shall be deemed and iield invalid. The "enate then passed the follow mg bills: Increasing limits of (-oat for public build- : ings a# follows:    San Franctoco isitc to $s>, itll: Hamnmttt, IM., lo |8U0,t«i«); Kl Paso, Tex., to FXm.dDO; Omaha, Neb., to $2.(100.4100. Making a|>propnati.ms for publto buildings as follows:    Annapolis , Md.. $75,(MA>: Kamas City, Mo., v2."<u().(0>. Angeles, Cal., ‘additional) $Jlo0,000; Allegheny, Pa., f FJTiii.Oiai: Bt aver Fall*. Pa., $50,0(0; Atchison, Ka.".. #10!*OOO; Martinsburg, VV Va . 4121,11*!; Salina, Ka#.. flOO.iXM); Zanesville. O., Emjtoria, Ka*.. Ihinlairy aiel VVaterburv. f*«n.. $100.IM»; New London. Conn.. HOO,- j (Mi; Youngstown. O.. $100,00$. The bill to ameiei the <*npyright went over at the suggestion of Mr. Harris. The bill increasing the pension of tto* w idow <>f Major (renerai Kii|iatrtck to $2,.ri(M) a year wa* taken up, but the <vmunittee on (iemuons ie(*>rte4i an aiueielment. making the }*-nsion j fill) per month. Mr. MclVbon moved to ameml the ameieiment by making the pension #10rt $$*4 per month, but as «q>(M#.ition wa* matte by \ Senator" Berry ami Hai rill ami as there was no quorum present, the bill wa" laid aside w ith-nit net iou. After a l*rtof executive Mwirni the nenate adjourned until M<#Minv. REV. JOINER NOT WANTED. the Colored People of Oberlin. JI. CV, Politely Tell Mint to l*-atr. Raleigh, N. C,, Feb. 22.—lost Sumlar the Rev J M Joiner, the allege«i Engiinh-man who was rur\ «ait of Randolph 4*o4inty jiwt before the boii<la}«. nouto hi* appearance here. He had be* n asMgiasl to a Mt-th-*»lnrt church at Oberlin, a settlement of intelligent, wrell-hfh# vcd »re«l i^opto. a mile icom ltatoigh. Ile jhi v bal tm re last Sunday aud t«*>k up his a to* to in .to* village Ile wra* not called to toe (astorate of the church. rom the very first J the *smgrcgati<m <vbje« f>-1 to hi- prearm-e. (Hi Thom lay their /n't ion* t-ook a verv prm-tMul turn, an-i at a c-hurvii meeting it iv As lie- ated tliat Jo »er was not wanted. Hie ne^rom said the-** r->lat!on with the white jeo(ito had alway" liven ami* able, ami tliat they del not prof* •* to kan> sir-li a man a* Joiner fill their pulpit. Joiner a**cord-iiigly left, lie will lie remem Ie-#*1 as the -nan w bo, claiming that he wa* a British object, alleged that he and hi" w ife had be***i brutally tie«te*l in Randol(*h coonty. He va- run awav by people thrre. iiuiinlv Quaker*. I»s-aa-e he pre*»i h -I ami practiced social «'jiu*l»'V and gave advice to negroes which wa# 11eely to tea,I to grave race troubles. 4 I.(ton Daces Cl.IFTOX, Feb 22—Th# weather rester.iav wa# clear and cold aiel the attereiance fair. First ra«e. I mile: Ban H<»(#* tiiwt. Darling "ecmi. Wnodaoa thinl; time. 1:51. Sc-iHi-l rw*v. 7- , furlongs: John Arkitv-first. En sc to wo. si set'and. Leilair third; time. 1:4*. Third ra*-e. n # fn:!..ng#: Pnsiigal ftpto. Mr Own svhhI. l>*i*K>n Uhsetan thud : tune. I rill,. Fourth nae, tto* I>-towrire handicap, nnto. Uinpiie first. Oolden I: si "ts-rawi.Swift third: tim**, 1:2t» Fifth rare. furlongs: The Alda** tint, Ripley •aonoil. Ben,:it third; tune. 1:22 *. Sixth ra*e. 4 uuto; Young Duke first. Blackthorn second. King Volt third: tuiw, t .♦» The Dem <k-rat ie Leaden Ara Greatly Flated. but Rejoice Moderately for Fear of Losing Their Advaatage — Tory Leaden Aoaadiag Pnblir Opinion Before Aet lag en tao Parnell Report. LondoJI, Feb. *22.—Th* mult of the German parliamentary election* ha# astounded the emperor and abundantly justified the opposition of Prime Bismarck to the practical application of the idea# of state socialism entertained by bt# imperial ma"tor In view of the remarkable strength shown by the Socialists at the po)!# it must be amumed that the number of the people of (germane who prefer democi ati<* socialism to un per ta I »ncial!am to greater than the emperor had believed, and elan that the number must largely increase | rn the near f.itnne through the enthusiastic i i-giiafjon of the victorious deinccrmtic lead I • rs Th# Socialtota are v^ld with joy at their *uc**esee4, and .vvngratulatioa# are pouring in upon them fnon every country in Europe. I Coni para ti vely little disorder his been observable in any part of Germany, a fact which i# due in a great measure to the advice I of tto* R.*-ialiat leaders, who roe I tar that lm-i node mu* conduct on the part of their foilow-i er" e dl cert-inly «leWnw their .*han -e* of lui*tto*t' .*nlv alliage (.ACOIN*; THE Peat.ll* J4E\TmrNT, The (’«Hi«*»*r% atlee leader* in tile bouse of 4-omuKMJ" lmve i:»stru*"t»*d the provincial man-. gem ot th-- jijtrty t,* rcpprt a* anon as poe-"iiito the t.Te-t which the report ol tto* Par-iiell conimtosFiu has had in their iwpd-tive localities, prelinimarv to adion on the report IO the h*>u#e. Th.* agents an* in forme. I that im* a«-1 ion will to-taken on the report until he government I* advised as Pi the manner <»f the rc-eption of tto* document by th# iM»«ipto. tto-i-efoiv* no deiav "to>ul«i be permitted in the istlto*’ti<Mi of the data re. jill red MR liSfYll.X WSR AIWENT The alieemv* of United State# Minister Lid 'X»ln f n >m tie Prince of Wale# to lee V4**ter- • lay in cunsequen*** of the critnal (SHtdition «*f hi" youngest "Hi «-au#e4i general expreie -ion* of "Viiqiathy and regret. Mr. I .incoin ha" rereived a large number of svmpathetic notes m.ss*mj allied bv request# for mforiiui- tk'ii as to the ."MiditPMi of hi# sick boy. Tile fact that Prim-e Bismarck im peraon-ally attending the inx'eut«»ry of bin personal effect* at bis official residence in Berlin, *ep-itnitiug his to-lougmg" from th**#of the gov- * mment. i* regarded as conclusive evidemw of hi* intentintKm to reeign the .-hancellor-"bip    _ IN THE COMMONS. still Debating the Keply lo the Qneew*# *pe*rh—Wolseter'# Ml.ttk# I»NDO!t, Feb. 22.—In the bourn* of cotn-•n*Hi" la"t evening Mr iatto>iK"to*re a*kid the ^•vernnu ut w hat Mini" had been |mu<1 to the informer lad'anal and w hat peri*#! tile puv-i nett t* cwvffwl Mr. Matthew*, borne Vcretary. replied that lad aren had not relived a pajOMt from the government *in*s? be had teditied la fore the sj#s-»al commation. Mr. Iaii#>*ichere d**uiande.l that the government give it'Miran.-e that it would furnish a list of wit :i**ss«*" liefore the comtuiodea w ho 'lad iteen (mid by the government before the v*de for the exjlenses of the commission "It ai Id he pf>*#.»ntei| to the house. Mr W H. Smith said he wa# unable to jive such assurarve nu tiehalf of tile govern-oent. The amendment of James Stansficld to add a clause to tto* a*klre»e- suggesting th** formation of parochial mun. ii* to tie r.ilmrdiiiate o the i-nunty «*oun< ii# wa* rejected. Mr Arthur D. Ackland, Gla*i't«>n:an.move*i iii amerniment to the a*ldres* r.*gn-t!ing that to r majesty'* qiee*-h had not menti->ne*i the matter of free 4*ducatk»& in the primary lira aches. Hon. Ed want Stanhope, secretary of war, nrplvmg is. a question whether the re*-ent article from the pen of Gen. Ixird W«»K*etoy, jailiri>he.l iii Marlier # Magazine, was not an coaction of the military regulation*, ex-iivmhI the opinion that it wra* not. He had. however, «smimuni»-ate*l with I>»rrl Wolaeley <m the subje*"t and the latter bad answered tliat to* had not intended to infringe tto*army regulation*, an I assured him (Stanhope) that the act *ji:c"t»«me.l would n«d be i rf waled Mr Acklaisl's amend'nent was rejected. Mr. Smith aMKMBCHl that the nv*tion to •**#*ept th** rc(iort of the Parnell <-*Hnmi*si**n I tad teen fixed for March 3. FAVORABLE FOR LECONEY. re«ttmowy replanting How Rio* <1 Cams lo be on HI# HI ip perm. Caw den, N J , Pet. 22 - Th, leC.ney murder trial wa# resumed yesterday Iii# flrwt witnew* for the defense was Edna ii Bur-itwgh, clerk of the coart, who testified tiad he ha*! knowrn (*ha!ktov LeC'ooey for thirty- • ight year#; that hi* conduct toward bi* uieiw. Annie, wa* like tliat'd a fatlier. Profeiwcir John R***#.- of (lie university of Pennsylvania "Wore that in hi* opinion the innrdered gn I luel been (b ad let s sen one* half and three hmrs hen found Th* defense r**"t.sl at 'I *i*cl*#*k in the afternoon and the atteuqit to introduce certain r*i- ittal e\ ideme lo toe J.r-e#s-ution brought on i h t toitt to which practically va* • drawn > - Hit The pr**ee4ling# yest.-rlay were more fav- orabl- to the jirisner than on the <iay before. County (’Jerk E*iw#rd Burrough testified to the fj» t that when hi* ne(>iiew an*! himself. with tl»e do*"tor", weiw moving th-* body, a pair of slipper# were foun<l underneath the cushion The defense ha* ma*to no attempt l*efore this to explain awav the bhiod on the "lipners. an*! Mr. Btimaigh# testimony seemed to be a #nq»rise to tto* prosecution James I^HVaiey, father of the murdered girl, nent on the "land and "aid that so far a" to* knew I/T>ioey and Annie ws*nied t*i be "At‘"died with each other, and their relation# were “pleasant enough Th°rc will Im* no court to <ia v, but on Mo*i- • lay -Ha** rebuttal testimony will la* offer*#!. A STATE TREASURER IN TROUBLE. Col. W I- Hetwingeay of VfiMtasippi Haiti lo be A'*.tO.IMM shore New Orleans. Feb. 22 — The Pkwyune# Ja< Ic#*hi. Miss., "(ss-ia! say* that a great sen's* turn wa# created iii that city by the runiar that the retiring state treasurer. Col W. L Hemingway, was short $250,0(10 in hi* account**. Attention wa* called to tile matter in the wnate arid a committee of inquiry a(r pointe*! Col. Hemingway ha" lieeu state trea'iirer for fmirtcen year# The Tune* Democrat * Jackson special says: Ex Treaoirer Hemingway was examined by a Joint investigating *sanmittee of the legislature. A member of the committee, in an interview, said the committee wtaild report t*e<iay. Meanwhile Hemingway will «sane lefor»- them again with a statement that will probably explain the deficit satisfactorily Hemingway wa* seen, but darliiMsi t<» make any statement until the committee lux# reported lie said he hoped a full examination would fie made bv expert# from the beginning Of his term of Office to the close J. J. Evans, the incoming trea"urer, state" that Mr Hemingway ha* turned over to hun rn cash FJOO/MX) and 1in bonds, coupons, et**.. ami that the settlement is not yet complete. It is generally believed that Hem-uigway will be able to explain everything satisfactorily. The German Flection*. Beki in. Feb. '22. —The results of the elec- i'Si". a# far as known, are a* billow*; Etoct-d: Conservative*'22, Imperials IO. NatHHia) Libero!*Centrist* -N2. Fretssinig# ll, So-"i «li"to J*. Ptile* IO. Alsatian* IO. Demo*-rat# \ I tone" I. Independent lateral I. Ile (allots will be ne. r-earv in the contest* for !r2 -eats. whu*h will ca* co4it*-."te«l by ll Conservative". I" Imperia!#. -r"J National I^iberaL*. 14 Centrists. '.**'* Frei**inigs. 40 Brw-ialist*. 2 Guelph" and !» ftoniocrata. • I" in IrrUml. Seventy person* scvetity Ari Dublin, Feb 22. -Seventy person* were vnvstel at New Brwlge County Ki’dai *. .vhile eiii.age'l in rc-etthe h«»o.-e# *if >uai»t" c. ,- t. d fo*m th- (ilong »r estate. A large . :«»-# .i a- e.tibhsi at tto* s*'eue, but were dispersed by the pottna Inung lJmoln M#i limivrr. LoJ(i>'N, Feb. *22.—Tile operatkai per forn»e*t iijswi young A»-*-aharn Lui' **ln. son of the United State* miiw t**r, is pronounced by tint* phys clan* to lie in e\ ery rwjert huovw-Dil, and there is now rwaanu to believe that be will iwover. 'Iorderer King Hange«|. Memphis. Tenn.. Feb. 22.—In the jail en-cl<wure at itoxs'la. Ark., yesterday John King was bin_e*i for the raucl-r of Mrs. Warren an-i her child. The murder was committed a year ago ami King was **on-victed ou the cvidem-e of a !Fvear-old *-hd*i H»»it snow afront In Vmnonl. North Toot, Vt., Fab. 22L—H-wvy snow has fallen for thirty-«ix boors and loads are almost mq<a*<sabto The Canadian Pacific railroaal has sent snow plows over the line twice a day. but trains are several b<»on la»e. Hill* Favorably Reported. W are I NGT* in. Feb. 22.—The house committee tm military affair* has authorized a favorable report «m the bill intmdu*##! iii th** b«*use by Hr. Tu* ker appropriating FII.!*#) for th* const rail wuol’ a read from Stanii-ton, l a . to tlic n:>    >:«ai cemetery in Au- gusta c-iamty, iii the "-coe "tate: also pr«*-v ell ag that offi'ssm oi the ami y who have •en "I iuatinnnuiil.r in one grade with*-ut prouxotioa shall re*-eive th** pay lait not the rank of the next high. st grade. The situation at Nashua. Nashua. N H , Feb. 22.—There to practically no change iii the situation at the Nashua conipanyNi mill It to "tated that if tilers is ne (‘bange the stock of cotton on band at tto* milk, will la* sold at a pmflt aud the mill# fie "hut down. Ijxst night th** operative" had a mass meeting at (Tty ball, w hich wa# filled to overflowing Tile meeting wa# addressed by Hon. Rol**rt Howard of Fall River. Ma.-*. I he spanker alluded to bis suiqirise at a "trike iii Nashua, and at th-manufacturer# w ho had ordered a •■ut-«l*iwn. He had taken (min" to examine into the fa**t* aiel f*Hind tluit the company (mid a 9 per *3i*iit dividend Sa t year that it* stock wa* selling for $>i a "hare a to ive par; that the cut would realize for the company about $22.-!)>■). or if the rsimpany "tomid have as good a season a* last veal it woukl a<l*i 2 per cent. tn the (Uvhiend. inakiiig it IO per <v*nt. He mw no reason for the redu "tion in th * present 'tate of th-* market, and fie didn't believe •torkholders wished to add 2 jvr <#*111. to their divid* nds at the ex(»*n*c of their laborers. sale cf Race Horse* I*EXINGT»>.N, Feb. 22L — At W, T. Woorl-xranl # -ale yesteRtay sixty-five hca*l sold for f Si.770. an a\ erage »»f #412. The lest pri**** were: Pninnhir h. c , yearliag, O. II M*>r-gan. ( hi--ago. UC'c I july Blare-to*. gr. rn., Ed Hare. Iz*xingt*m. fo**). Qn**-n Margaret. 6. HL, William Agnewr, Ia*xingt*in. $»i20; Hilda Clay, blk. f., Cecil Bro*., I ton vol to. Ky.. #l.*i2T»; Jew Eilah. b. f., Cecil Brow., $1,000. Fitzhugh, b. c . A. P. Weil. Greenville. N. C\, $S0U, Vapor. br. f . A A Wadder, Bostou. $700; Billy M. Wilkes, gr. c., Joe Grier, I**xington. *70<O; Mar Hose. blk. C.. O (". Adams. Iz-ruigt*in, »2.400. Storm Queen. ch. rn . B C Crow, Blanford. K v., $975; King (iouji, i lk. **., E. C. Camp. Knoxville. f.*i7*»; Fern Wilkes, h. a. H. ii Hitter, T.pl-e* nni>e O., t'lNl. Ikssiy, b. in , H M rn moi i". Iswnsvilto s*iV». A Lover** Ai6*-mp* at »4«r«ier. Utica. N Y., Feb. 22. lz»"t evening at Herkimer Maggie Hicdtard. w ho *s»n*ln*"ts a botel (here. Iu*d a narrow *-#<■»(*• fixaii beiog nuirdereil by a young man named O wet is, who had tos-ii *"ourting Mrs. Hubbard'* ttkso. When (Iwen" asked for the girl’" hand in marriage Mi"*. HuM«ard refuseil. Owens then *lrew a revolver an*! fir.-d ’~»'h Lu., *t <truck a watch which Mr*. HoUwni u.-i a» to r belt aiel sh • wa* not injunsi. th*en* firad two more shot* at Mrs. Hubbard while "be wa* retreating. At ter wa* *1" 0»eis atte niptisl to kill himself, twit faitol II** is under arrest. An I11J • n*~ti r« D;» Nr v York. Feb. 22.—Th? ItmI. temporary :n- f Ii>o«t at Huron. 4 ai. Huron, Cal , Feb. "22 The heaviest and most ili-sv-troii." ii S’* ! ow ll t*» the -euler* *»f Huron aud tto* #iu*roundia^ countrv *tru«"k Un# plat** yestenlav. a.tong groat *lamag** t** tile tow n and surrounding csjuntry. The fl-od-sl country is atomt fifteen mite* king arni tw'i miles w ide. Troin# due here Thursday ais! v**"terilay are held at Truckee Six mib# *»f tra«-k between bere and Lrmnor 1# airier running water ar.*! there are two we. b-Out» this "i«ie of Alcine. Tile «lamage to Huron and the immediate vicinity i" *10,ui(, fee lie tie** VIore Hopeful. Hondo CT. N Y., F'd> 22.—The pr<#»pe« t" of "•*u ring at lea-t a iwtial ice cron ab Mig to*" up|ier Hudson is en-‘on rag mg. Tlie (*»ld w ave which ma*ie it- apjjearaiwN* Thuissiar to increasing in ae vent'. The nver to rkaal at Castleton, Coeym in.", ?,'«•-% Baltimore on*! other |*-ints isirth of here From Hudson waith to Poughkeep-ie the river is flibsi with ask hor i*v. A larg» minu-er of men are "ti,! engage! in harve-ti i 4 i<-e on inland pond* junction obtained by William Wall and a id stream# through*wit the I. atwkilb other st**-kbol,tor* of the sugar trust, n*-•traimug the trustee* fn>rn transferring the trust property to a New Jersey corporation. or otherwise interfering with it, wa* dissolved by Judge Walla-** of the United Btate> circuit court, who held that the court granting the injunction had no jurisdiction in the matter The C. A O. Caa«l to be toaneit. A.tnaPOLM, Md., Feb. 22.—The bill authorizing the * hesapeake and Ohio canal to be leased for ninety-nine year* to the Wadi-ington and Cumberland Railroad compar y, which wa# formed recently for the purple ol acquiring the canal, wa* pa*eed ta the house yesterday. Anni# Ptxl J III. Phi lade Lehi a, Feb *22 -Mi-*# Annie Pix- tov wa* taken ill short!v a.ter I j- (*erfomi-a:nr of “lf lls- be, a at the Arch Htrwt ti. eat ie last ni ;b’. Tae a signee wa* di— ii ii-si-1 and money ref a«*l*"i. Miw Pixley'# Lim*-'" is tuou ,ht to ie nothing more serious than a vioieut attack ut hy*teria. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. COOLER WEATHER IMPROVES BUSINESS IN SOME LINES. A slightly Is-* I oiitnient Tone Prevail* leg Generally ““ Ii**** flint si f »,lrrn Alai Yet* lute (ii Trai# \.»| so Favorable a* to,l It, ck—Tile V|,.1.ex VI *rSrl Fraeliealljr l ur) in ;r4. New York. Feb 22 It ii Dun A Co'* Wceklv Rcvien of Trade--av" “Wbito tile (Wevaiimg impression in bu*i-tew. rircto* I# rather less con ti* lent than it va" rn week ag**, titer** are arveral "tgn* of in|>r*»v*-i;»ci»t Co**lcr weather ha# <-ause*I a little in*ire activity rn smile line" of trade, wheat is a little stronger, and w.ih«uit clearly defined reason there is a firmer ton# iii the ■•«"tcm iron market*, while tlie miuction in be Bank of England rate from rt to A |ier ent , w itll it" large gam of    g*>ld during the i«ast week, diminish# the chance f in* van tm lent demands fmni abroad. (Hi the til tor ha it* I, general trad** is not inerens-ng iii voiun.e or in profit*, and while it* lutein**#" i." indicated fiv the c*snrr»*iice of ow et failure* than manx ex(*e*-fed, a* the •eeult of plienomeiialtv uiisea^inabl" weather, be complaint **f slow colks-tnuLs k * "tan mon >n«i rath 1 incren*mg The clearing*through lank" at New York fell tiehiw th* we of the rornwiloading week la#t year 3.2 per cent; at Rfwton. ITidattolphia nn*t (Ttk*ago Untether the in* Tea se wa* hardly I (»*r *s'nt ami at all >ther cities cady about 4 |**i «x*ut., a <*ou**4!-rahle «i«" !in<* irotii the re*s*nt rate of gain at other CITIES “RuMiie-s- .it Rwtoii I# rather quiet, dull a# to w*s>1. wi*h pri es favoring Inlier*; more ictive in *1: y g.ssls, w ith eotton* very firm, but moderate in woolen*: hide* are dull and lonwMic weaker, and tile shoe factories ara rot fully employed At Philadelphia the (rv gr*#!" trade 1# not what it "toSlid to for • he "cHsiai. e*m*ervati"rn fwevailing, though letail trade is iwtter ant! a good "j»rinj trade xperted W«*il "ell# "lowly, coal is very dull. Hardware dull, the liquor trad- fair. t-Twc-o trade quiet with "low collection#, ami Die -merry trade depressed, with coll," ti*his verv (rfsir At Chicago grain rereijit" exceeded inst rear *, arui receipts of l**el pr «lui to ami »r«i are nearly or    double, with a gain •f titty |*T cent, in ch*-es** for this week. aud "'Hue improvement in hill** aint wool, bit no change 1- "*">11 in hiv^r. ttomgh the *iry good" trade tvnupans f..*rly wit ii b%"t vear# aiel th*' "lits* trade is only fair “Cleveland notes fairly good trad*', lait til# lad condition of iNmntry road" affcts *’oli**c-Dou*. ttoai-h in some lines tto*y grow l**tter Introit otiservra fewer failuns than were apprehend*"! fr*Hii the mild weather, but at Milwaukee extended time ha* beton given on litany large atixHints. an*! cold weather ha* curie too late to clear the *tork* in mauv country "tore**. Fair leport* from Omaha, St. Paul an*! Denver, ami imbed from tmet western and -outh-rn I*lints, but at Kansas City tra*to is rather inactive, and at Pitt#-i*urg ir***i I* weaker. i*e«aii*e of the increased "Outh**ru «-otii(etition, with a duller <***1 trad*-, but good basin'-a# in glass. rotten.n trade weaker “The f«>reign trade of th# country is not a* favorable a* it was two month* ago. The • xtroardinary outgo «*f c*>tt*in has [Missed ami **X(M>i*t» in January *b*>w an in*Tease in that item of $ I,nm,<UM t aud iii all the princijial items of atomt F 2,000. (Mi, whit Ii imii**ate* an • x»*es# of ex(s»rT." *»ver ini(H*rts **f atomt FIO, OOO. Iii three w»>'ks of F* bruary the exerts from New York show scarcely any iiHTetone, ami the iin(sirts an iii<T**ase of only JI j»*r tent. in ll ating tho* fa r an exi es* of imports. Wheat erfwr^s are -till much above last year * ami file price ha# risen 2t4 cents »ith i-eport# «>f injury to th * gmwing « r**|»v Corn | export* larg'-ly #xc*e*l last year *, and th# I price is *4 ten* lower, with tad* *, cent tower. “Cotton export# this week have i*e**n 1-5,(M) bale* larger t!ian a year ago, but f<*r the mouth thn* far IKM*** liale* smaller, but "(lemlati*>u ha- |*u*hed th*' priiT still h' jlier by a sixteenth P< rk (insiucts ale (Ready, and moving • utwaid fairly, an*l oil, after derrra-jug a million in value of exysirt* in January, has declined I , cents for the week. Speculation iu coffee j, "tronger af 2 cents, but sugar ha# not changed. RETTER EEEI.(NO IN IR* IN. “It to difficult bi a**-»'unt f«*r a to-tter ton# which clearly exists in the iron market here anti at f'hi!-ide)(Jna. un I*-se it is* due to h< >[*• that Miutbern ir»a», whk-ii 1* now moved fr*iiii Shefii-ld at *2.50 jier bm bi Pittslnurg, and ( selling th* re somewhHt largely, may hereafter affect western rather titan «-*»'t*'n» markets. The production ha- Ie* ii so large Uiat j "erkais <(oe>ti<mi hxio- a* t*i the a>toquacy of the ib'inasid. and yet tue resiimptioii •*( work at tile old wag-** by tile striking <"-al mim-i" in Alaiiama will put three large new furnacea into operatioii #pee*iily. For l*"*-inrr |>ig there is no demand at Philadelphia: the liar market is not satisfactory; (he plate and structural mills are still busy on obi order*. lait doing httto new I *,"mesa, ami there ase I rej*ort~of steel rails off**r*-d at less than #!>» * |»*r ton. *    TEXTTLE OOOM STEA PT. “Tlie m rtoU o maniifact ure# hav e not j»*r-l ceptib’e gain**! mu*! *m!« - of raw wool at B*•»-tem were 2.3', 1I.1 ■-*) (Mated" w itll W4*aknes* except f*ir Aiistra.UiU aiel "Hie *juiditie" of domestic. The <"it?oii inaiiiiftocture i" a»"tive, but must -Shi fee! the high i*o*t of tire ma terioL “The bual iisinei market ha" been ea*/ at iinchangtsi rate", although the treasury ha" taken in "in«>- lad Haturday I2,<K*(,-(«J() more than it h.'L- isod out. It i* hardly to he exf*""te*l that toe "Milk# will lie able to gain in "tr*nglh null. April, lait the decline in foreign ex«-hang *0 -‘4 *u.‘4 jmta furtiier away *he (SMsibiiity of gobi exfiorta. In the stixk market there ha* f*en further «topr*»v «ioo, averaging mote than AO cent* per share ex*’liL"ive of the trud st'it-k*. which are now ' falling again, ami a noteworthy decline ha* occurred in Tenn**#-*#* O^al and Iron. “While tile railroad earning* are largr, 1 "bowing for tlie first week of February a ga. < of thirte-n fee rant., ti,* t»< j* an als* me of public * a;*toil me in sn ?ain price" aiel lative market" are larg-iv gov*rue*I bv ex-[ss-tatKins *>f monetary ■dringi-i^v next month and by weakn--"" in the "hxIIhI industrial securif.es. “The busine** failures during the last seven day" nullifier U*r the Unit«d Ktabw '£¥1. an*! for ( anmia 41—total 271. as compared with •m last week. ami 7S221 tile week prev iou* bi the last. For the «orrenpomling week last year the figure* were J7«, representing j*2' ut the Un:? si States and 41 iu Canalla. I he Vitrri* A band awed. Dover, N. H.. F-*b. JI—The search of th# river at East Bot bvPr for th# head of Hiram Sawteli# ha* Lad to be abandoned on or-c-nrot of the severe cold weather. The trial of isaac Kaw tell# wilt p: •habiy not he had until the September term. I I He Hilliard Tournament. New York, Feb 22 —I Tea and Cat ton were the contestant* in yesteniay afternoon * game of Die billian! tournament. Ive* won fjy a srrtre of 5<X) to Catton # XKJ. Average*— Cation 12, Iv** 20 Highest run*—Cation *>5, Ive* afi. Time of game 2 h . 2»m in the game last evening Klossori defeat* I Maurb-e Daly bv a score of 500 to 417. Hb/se *on played the 14-iuch bolk game, while Da y wa# restricted to the H-mch line only. Bb*w *on # average 12 $, Daly * average IO 17-4o Highest run. Women (», Sh; Daly «4. 45. Time, 3h 6m 88 CENTS <) r 11 Daisy Sewing Table ONLY 88 CTS. As aSpecia> Price while ihe pres ult lot lasts BUY ONE NOW. VOL’LL Nor ll WK A NOTH KU CII AMK To (I KT TI IK M so (’NKA I*. p-    *    ■    ■    :    ii ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Has just rucpivt*il a lull line «»t* 1) D li.\ I \ O^rcoats ad Tro::s:ings Ktjual to j*ny in the city, and at pricer that will pay you to Hep him before piirc*hft*irij'. LADIES! lf you waul Rn orhv dn<! com fori-abl** »•.01*, with a heavy sole. one that will kueji tour felt dry and warm. jL'*d a pair of D. Armstrong A ('o\ Hand \\ e’i, common souse -hoes. rhoi will please yon-- SULLIVAN & SON, 218 Centre Street. For Finest Wall Panel at oil roe s. ;