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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y . THURSDAY. MARCH 6. 1890. NO. .<lS HEP HES EE TA TI VE USINESS HOUSES IL T. HOI.PII, M ll.. KMP* I'hvnician anti Surgeon Office over Ljr.n’e Drug More. IP »i*1enee, Central A venue. Telephone No. 9. Calls may lie left al I yon’n. OF DUNKIRK, \M AV Itl l.(Mi Al v< it I n F. for nil)nu all kin is ut Plank? i* tin* latent a-olitini* to the Media ates) lo-pattinent of Unnkirk Printing Company, r LKX.INDKK’S Coal an.! Wood Van!, ?M *\ Central Avenue. uuHn-itc Nickel Plat* •I |<Ot- All ara,low of liai«l him! .soft Coal, W’.*4| Lu,, liar, shingle* anil Lath. Pita* leliv    Coritwpon-lance foi wl.ulculr lot* «o4icite*l. A I,K A. VI. VI ANN, Prartnal Plumier, Ut-[ . amt    in    Pitter. Special attention t veil to >.1111 tarj I'iutuGiag Puli in* to* given Oil Plumbing, oui titling. ''ten in Healing arni Hot Air P uriuMMW. 21 P.. 'finn! *tn*(*L IP It. til P until, xix ami tl’> Central Ave >. Arustle PhoU»graph«r. Difttautuiioou* Photog rn pita of Haines a specialty. Sitter* not watt for stin*ltine except tor 'utues J *04*14 HIM) KHY-J AMS* IRVING. Cr *- I I pm tor, No. IO Ii. iii**mill street, near Bnf* (alo street, dunkirk, N. Y. Magazines, Music, Campi t' ta, > U\, !«oun*t in all style*, Or<l«r«* prompt!) aUomlctl to. All work guar* iller* I. J • I KC ll F IC* 4 KO* It Fit Y IIOI SK, Ii    sn*    V    venue. VV iioicsaie ami retail dealer in It ported and toincMtti < tuna. < >. a saw ire, a . j ill.VS. ti. it kltBls. 2J| * entral Ave (*en-Vy em I Ituuniiice. la ie. Accident and tire ti fun. traveling imoire your tie in the obi ri bald*- " I raveters'.** Ili a; K»u»u* Agent. L <-ii. negotiate I on property. I Iii Al' I VI Oft HOTI.I,, D    Kales,    Pl    |ht    day. Livery anil Boat ding {liable in connection. Victor Hider, Sm aud iii* Lion street. I v ITV It V KitKIt SHOP V_y    I has. hug ie. Prop. Iniir Lake .'bore National Bauk, cornet diu. au«i fiord utlMt*. A Hue *t«N Coreign and I inuiotu* igars SIRECI AL ANNOUNCEMENT ^ I olio AKI' A CO., Patent Attorneys, SIA 7th i ^ St, Washington, Ii. C,opp |J. 8. Patent Of-! Hee Pater ta, I a vcMIe and Re Issues secure*! j Trade Marks regi-Ure«l All Patent business I caid (iced f*»r moderate Fees. Information Advice and special references sent on re*|ue»t p VTA KY, f4fl t.\ PPI SHES IN AD-VA NT p., allowed each month, steady employment at home or traveling. No aoli* it-mg. Outtesdelivennf and niakiug collections. No Postal I anis Ad<tress with sump. II A PKK A CO., I hi na, ohio. I* i?lt bi» rn ploy a few lathes on salary bi uke ••barge of my bu hi ness at their homes. I Tight, very fascinating anti healthful. Wages lid.lier week. Reference given. Good pay for pin tune. Address with st .nip. lf Ma. Mas-I ion Walker, Uahvillk My, Ufa (HI i« $£»Md A !IO!!TH cap *** [    ’    • waking far us. Persons pre ferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may he profit* ably employed also. A few vacancies in town* and cioes II. F. JOHNSON A CO., «00y Main Sh. Richmond, Va. The\Afbrmon Elders’ Book L: SRi /WISbBSSadRAWS ON bf,IN A fo»N, if U    .*i-    I    enter    rtrcet. Practical hor*e-»noeis. Particular attention J pa ** bi ittlerfynitg iwim Shoeing of ma*I | ti .. lr ■ ll) ag bor*»*«> a specialty. tJNHflU kVkVlMtt *{lt-LI4V Fit. I .argent I tally in ti v County. Au u ue.i aa I <c< I .« ivei Using medium. i I NblliK I.Nt.lNI I KINO * OVIPAN V. |“ J I    tonner!)    >*    it*    w    a    Poppie.    na •I an u la*' tut * i til t.ng .no, Boiler , Pulleys, i ■ phalli ny Hangers, **u. I alb rue, forgings, hauling <« amt Alanin Hr Wink lo oilier. ‘'SPRING 1890 D. MATTESON liT." i Iv I CK bUIUf 4/0., -0>, 'All aud Zn? { nim I, Manufacturers of Ult I romwen” ana “I MIM turk” perfect * lilting | 'Ct i* doris. *tn sui* in a ll leading itirumliiug, > ciotn.Mfc aud dry goods house.* iii Dunkirk. cfc CO I* I r. TOOM p. V, 1,    4    14    and    4vi I.ion street, I na lei iii Flour, Peed, ait. Billed ilay,Phos* pliules, etc. balu bl I she* I, Hi?. I IHF, IHI I Kl. and inning Saloon, (J ti iou j j in put Ka*} ae* en* b» all train* and bus- i im - in Hires. IU -I a«c**uiUH*laUons for Coil, ai*-1 vial Travelers. .John J. Murphy, Prop. I MLtCK* A l h., 4*j    »* aud so* K Third street. Piue furniture, cabinet Ware aud Up- J mustering. Pi* lure f ta mea made to order.    .. .. _ , ..    ____ I •• y. .VI VI I ».'ON A 4 (»., r . WI Central Ave., Leader* of f ashion ami Kent.cauch Outfitter*. * I A HF 1.1. MF.AM IULA UNO CO., ii Manufacturers of 'team Heating Apparatus, j Nair.lary Plumbing a Specialty. WAIT FOR ii*' SH. V VI LAI NGUY. our spe*uaUiea:    pine    shirts,    lo* J foliar#, h; C uli* 4* , aud Later* * ut la us. Piss* HchV- wv. A W . I u luting', ;WJ Cauter »uwi. It.' ti. or ii d, p.. I liir*l st., * *>r. of Bull lie ft* t tut ..'tun i an I dealer in I me Boots A alloo* . KMB’ WFILLIP* NKW STOHF. lo. K. I I J turd-t B* ok#, stationer), Mu -teal In-*Mu.u*ii.btMar a# ;..* _-,i*.uly aud 'V celt*) I - 'ie. *, aud every Burg pertaining to a br.*I crass book store. Si insi. mink# a *|kjeraity. .I nil PUI *TTNU of every «ie*ei iptioit and at low.-'t living rate* b> dunkirk Priuttng Company, k aud Bi I. .'eeoiid ah Spring Hat. a    *    .1;*    saturday,    March    1st ms in Teal balate aud bon-. Par.u'uUr    /    * aitetiUoi* paul In Hie e ire cif pl op* ri) ouliivt-idg it lits .Vc. 21'..) center st., iud lb*>r. M ct HOF'S I* it A Ik VI Ct V, ax* Central Avenue **.<, iiat U T-s (or VV all Pa|»er Pa.t.is. Oils, Ac. I } PKK I NS. J. VV., f    fin* c’euter street, M.mulfii lurei and it ab I rn Hat ness,Sad de? , i tiles, * ollwts. Trunks,VV h |i», Hnffabi Uobe? Ho: se Covet > .<• loves, Mute.is and sleigh Ibdir? * t\ t ,*iiu st*. J. vv . Murray, J[    .ii,    I.ion street FROM WASHINGTON. MR. DOLPHUS COMMITTEE CONTINUES ITS DEBATE. fin Two Nrnalnrt A grew as to What Should be Hone VV Itll the Correspondent*—Senator Harbour speak* In Favor of the Blair lull —The real barato—* Cate 1 onte«t Ifecided. Wafhikhtow, March A -The senate In seciet session yc'terdav further dtarussenl tile reMiliition of Nlr Doll iii Tor the incareration j for routempt of HIF senate of the n*-w*jiaper j aren who have refused to dtflck— tile source of tlieir eiecutlve session news. The debate til rn*?* I entirely upon the constitutional < ideation at issue, some of the senat*»r>* holding that the H*>iinte hail no right to imprison the newspaper men for refusing to disclose professional secrets. Seiu*tol^*Ih>lph quoted liberally from the drlmte on the* imprisonment of White anti Ramsdell In 1^73 for r»-fu-ing to di*a'l«*se the source where the obtained a copy of a treaty with Great Britain, then lunier «s*nsi*lerat iou. White ami Hama-dell were inipriaoned for aome time and were released rather iii tleferetnv* to public opinion thnn out of ix*sjie**t for their constitutkmal rights. dilator Evarts tnmle a Ion5. dry speech, anil Senator Edmunds and Senator George also hjioI e ut some length on thecs>nsUtu* tional 1 h is** of the question. It seemed evident before the senate «l*ors had been closed for half an hour that the debate could not be conclud'd U*fore b'-day, ami one after another the senators skipped away. When j the del ate adjourned n it more than a dozen ' were in their scuts. Of those who spoken wnntor sai<! ltv^t evening that "no two , agrad.” An effort w ill lie maiie to bring the dis4*u 'ion to a dose to-ilay, lait several , constitutional lawyers of etniitenca are f auxioue to I e heard, ami the w hole matter may go over to nest week. HOUSE AND SENATE Call and See Them }fr. Harbour on the Blair Hill—< onlestant Feat lier»to(ie Neale*!. W AA Hi Kotov, March H. —In the senate y rn-lenlay Mr. Nt<s-kl>riilge precented |M*titiorui ■aid to have 30n,iIOO signatures of adult citizens of tin* United Stales, against th*-passage ; of the Humtay rad bill. The ('alembic was then taken up. and on a j vote on tile find bill—one increasing the pennon of the widow of Maj, Gen. Warren—it was developed that no quorum was present, i A call of the senate was ordered, w hich consumed tho time up to 2 o'clock, when the cal* lidar was laid asi*le and the consideration of the educational bill was resumed Mr. Bai bour advocated the lull. He spoke of the great interest which th*- people of Virginia took in the measure, and said that it bad been favored in the platforms of both p* liti* a1 parti* « iii that state. It was of the 1 dee|ie*t and profound* t interest to the people of Virginia, who had done so much for the sake of •-dlK’ation iii the last fifteen years as the {M-opl*' of any other state. They ha*, expended about #*.».Hii >,(MiU f*sr that punstdc an«l liatl given go,(KXI,OUM to e*lu*'ate the col-ortsl illiterates winch the gimeral govern- j in*ut had put ti|H>n th* in, not only a* citizens, but as sovereign* lie expn-xHcd hi' surprise at the lack of interest in the sui *j*s*t taken by tie* senate. an*) was astonished at the opposition of the N*aith*‘rn senators to tin* bill, j Ile had no constitutional doubt* on th** sui? ject of this bill, as he did not belong to the hair-splittmg class of constitutional lawyers. Mr. Plumb spoke in opposition bi the bill, saying that it was cleat to hun that the (leo* pie of the South did not want this money, am! it w ascertain that if UR*ney was I widowed where it was not wanted, it would not be wisely exp-mled. Within two years, if this bill went over, every Southern state would say they did not want it. The bill, if passed, would Is* the loginning of the control of the educational system of th** country bv the general government, and ultimately the demoralization of the great Is sly of the people on the subject of the common schools. At the conclusion of Mr. Plumb's sp*ech. the senate wa nt into secret s*t*;ion ami at 5;.*iU p. rn. adjourned. t specialty ut cl*- * {un an t Gas I time na ii nary PituiiUing, Workman**!!!* *u*r- I'. S, HOLI KS, _17    Fast    T    ti 1 r f s'n--t, r io-iiloiiablc Tailor. <•* lUlenicn Will ti tnt tt to Ila ir ad t aulae* to el.-**’ alien I 1 ll. (AIB A Ut I., I .    I    JS    (.iou    street- in t al Hardw are, A Ii n U-ail.Uili.htiBMr’t | supplies, val Uhrtl**,Ural Ie Ware. A s|s'» ial- | tv . * I sit* rw>t. VY titian** Pa.* laud Viams-rauge. j 1 11’LIN ti, * i« ii a* blank-book*, I*-dg«*ra, and I I I kin*!# 01 blanks do'iu al dunkirk Pruning Company, 8 aud IO K. X coinl st Drunkenness Or the Liqeor Habit, Positively Cured Liquor «* ADMINtSTERIUfl DK. MAIBES' MLIEN SPECIFIC. I >11X11.PH UOLliliXll Al Elk    ti    can    be fivea in a cup of coffee or tea. erin ar 1%.    tor. I ami an i Buffalo Ms.,    tides of foot*, without the knowledge of the per* Healer in Grand*-, Marble, Flagging and ton taking it; It is absolutely harmless and w.ll Build;mf 'tone, (-si! on u.e    lore buying    effect a |*ermanent and speedy cure, whethei your sfH?-walk. I > ISLP.V A IN |4    7 and 9 P u?l FOut st.a*eu VV ti.sky, Wine*, Brandle*, lateral l*l*|wor (More for Family ( »*- tin i-ationtGii moderatedrinkeroran alrohnlir wreck. IT NEVER fails. We GUARANTEE a complete rule In every instance. 4» page book ERTE Adders* in rnntl'lrn~e, OLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Race St.. Cincinnati.(P IN TH K HOUSE. W ann I no TOK, March 6. — Immclintely after the reading of the journal the contented ejection caw* of Feat herntone va. Gate was taken up, mid the contestee, Mr. Cate, took the fl«*ir in hi* own Is half. He said it was the duty of tie* rn* mlsa-s not to elect a iv*pre-nentative from the p'ir-t district of Arkansas, Nit lay ing aside ail prejudice or jmrty feeling, determine whom thr< people of that district ha«I chosen t*i re])resent them. Mr. Honk of Taniicsseo made a strong pre-■m tat ion of the *-lainis of the contestant. He charge*! that the “Arkansas bull-dozing community" had entered into a conspiracy to prevent the return of Mr. Feat he rst one to congress. He appealed for a fair chance for the colored ]<eop!e of the Hoijth. and said: **l*et no man hold a seat upon this tb»or who was returned by the means of Winchester Title dub? and fraudulent l*nllot Imx'-s.” He was in favor of a national election law, aud he thought the government strong •Bough to protect the colored people at the Nouth. the white j-»s>p!e at I he North and its Citizens at home and abroad. Tlti- gn*at gov-ernment protected everywhere except at h**me. Iii conclusion he demanded the previous qu«^-t ion. which was OBd**red by a v«>te of 145 to MI. Mr. Outhwait* offered a resolution declaring Featberstone not entitled to his seat. This wa* rejected—Rh to 144—Mr. Hitt of Illinois voting with the Democrats, Mr. Springer moved to recommit the ease, w.th instruction* to send a sub-committee to Arkansas to inventigatc the election in the disputed district. Mr. Boutel Ie of Maine suggested the propriety of a provision that the sub-* swum it tee be permitted to return to Washington alive. Mr. Springer’s motion was del rated—138 to 14B. Feat Iterstcne was then seated by a vote of 145 to LI5, ami the oath of office was admin fettered to him. The bouw* then, at 5:15, adjourned. REPUBLICAN LEAGUE. lait Hay** Heeling at Nashville—Rs*slo-flea* Adapted. Nashville, Tenn , March 6.—When th# Republit in league convention lY-aasnnblad yesterday afternoon it was 3 o’clock. The order of busine** was the reports of committees, and the first committee to submit its report was the committee on reno! ut ions The platform aa presented was adopted after a heated diM*u**Nion over an amendment that was finally tabled. It congratulates President Harrison upon his eminently wiae, loyal and oh raTeoc* ariministration, end rejoice* in tlw restoration of dignity, vigor and stairsjnaii.-hip to the conduct of foreign affairs. Chi the subject of tariff it says; “V. e dei 1 mnd the ma in tenant w of the American system of protection to American End 1 tat 17 alai labor, tile policy that bae been identify*! with every jieriod of our national prosperity. But we pU- lge onr support to a thorough and equitable revision of the tariff, rn a* to adapt the protection it affords to changed busine** conditiima, and we arraign the Democratic party for the manner in which for years it has prevented tinyic'oouF plisluiMdit of this purpoMe. PKOTK'TION TO VOTERS The platform demands full protection for Republican votes in the South, protests against seating in congress any one unless his election is untainted, aud indorses the present action of con grew in carrying out this policy: favors the general provisions of the interstate oommert'e act; condemns eom-Wnes and ti list*; aj»proves of literal and cpiitahle fen*ion laws ani the liberal policy of the administration in giving Union veterans preferem'e in apjmmtment*. LA HOH LXOLNLATIOX. The platform continues: “We recognize the digmfy of lalmr and the ne<-essity of pro|»er lcgislatitm to protort its interest*. We Khali uiiswr-rv Bigly opp* se any attempt to lessen the fruits of toil, or to place honest workmen rn com|*‘tBion with pau|ient and convict*, domestic or foreign. The rigid enfon,ement by this administration of the alien labor contract law commands our approbation. The request of w age workers for reasonable hours of labor demands aud should relive legislative consideration "We approve the action of the various Republican legislatures in adopting a system of ballot reform, whereby fraud at the polls is prevented and every elector is enabled to vote mdejs ndcntly and intelligently FA VOX! KU EDUCATION. “We believe the education of the inassee to be the best preventive of bad government, and we therefore favor federal assistance, wh< re needed, in the work of eliminating illitera -y among our population The Republican i»arty has always I teen distinguished for its courage, and always has been prompt in mogni/.ing any display of this quality by its leaders. In line of this policy this convention expresses its approbation of Speaker I tee* I* action in standing boldly for the principle of majority nile against the Democratic lower in aud o it of congress.” The amendment that created the only breeze during the two days' senNion was offered by 1-aac Revet of Washington and is as follows; “And we demand that our representatives in congress redeem every ple*lge made to the p**opk* at Ghu-agn in INXI, bv repealing the internal revenue laws. by revising tlie tariff, by |ta*smg the Blair educational hill and completely restoring silver to tile currency of the country, and by the liberal pensioning of every federal soldier.” Cincinnati was chosen as Hie location of the next convention. Hon. John M. Thurston of Nebraska was elected president, A. M. Humphrey* of New York, secretary, and Hon. I lune— Ixiuiisbury of Connecticut, treasurer. After passing resolutions thanking the prew and citizens of Nashville for their treatment, the convention adjourned Kine die at 7 o'clock last night. Tile Chil Welch Fund. New York. Mardi ti.—The fund raised by the friends and admirers of the late humorist. Philip ll. Welch, for the benefit of his wife and children, has reached the sum of nearly #*~N '.(KIO    Voluntary    sn I ascription* were received from men and women in all walks of life and in all parts crf the world. The story of Welch's lingering death from cancer, and the knowledge that while suffering great agony he continued to amuse the public with his merry quipu touched all hearts, and the letters received by the fund xmimittee contain many feeling references to this •■»*! ending of a brilliant though brief 'areel-. The fund w ill bn deposited with a trust com}viny, to lie }iaid over to the family in annual sums, the last payment to lie made in 1D90.    _ Sir. VllriTiirk lt«*lra»ed. PlTOHU’RO. March 6.—William Minnick. a ritizeu of Brad lock recently confined in Dixmont asylum for insane, under very peculiar circumstance!!, was brought before Judge AN lute in common pleas court yesterday under habeas corpus proceedings for examination a* to his insanity by the court. A large number of witness^, together with the accusal, testified. The effort toeKtabiish Mr. M iii nick'* insanity was a failure and he was discharged from -'n-tody. The case wa* first brought to public attention bv Roliert J. Cunningham, a representative of The leader. Owing to the prominence of the interested parties the cone has excited widespread interest. Ballot f raud* In New Jersey. Trenton, N. J., March 6.—The senate committee has finished the re-«x>unt of the Hudson county billot cast m the senatorial election on the contest of W. H. Ktuhr against the present senator, Edward F. McDonald The official returns show that Mr. McDonald received 24,1*22 votes and Ktuhr 16,508. The re-<s aint gave Mcliotmld 34,343, which includes 1,744 ‘•jokers” or fraudulent voter*, and Stuhr 16,808. If tdi» committee throw out th** precmrta where fraud wa* detected it will still give McDonald a majority of 2,544. A RATTLING FIGHT. THE ALBANY CAPITOL BESMEARED WITH RUDDY GORE. A ms# in bl vin an Rice Take* the Paaco-uotker'* Fart and Get* the Peacemaker** Par-Black Rim and Bloody No**** far Dix—4 hans;<M to th# Saitox Kill Proposal by th* Assembly CommlttM. A LB a NT, March 6.—Assemblymen with black eves and brui<<ed fa»-ew, and outsiders with barding noaea f.»rmed a disagreeable scene in the «v>mmittec room corridors of the capitol yester lay afternoon about 5 o’clock. The caiiNe of the free fight which was instituted is briefly told. Arthur Curser of New York ap|iearel, with his son and five or six railroad men, lief ore Hie senate labor com mittee to opfase the weekly pay bill. Thera were also present a reporter of a New York pajer named Dunham, Assemblyman Rice and a Mr. Buckle# of East Albany. A controversy alose in the committee rooms over the publication of certain article*, in the {•aper represented by Dunham, ami after some loud talk letw«*en him and the elder Car-sey they were all ejected from the committee rooms Hardly had thev reached tho corridor before Arthur Caney made a remark to Dunham. “You’re a liar,” retorted Dunham Quick as a tia-h Caney sent (Hit a righthander for Dunham s face. Dunham dodged and Assemblyman Rev stepped between the men. Carsev’s non. thinking Rica was about to hit his father, jumped forward and sent his fist with full force in Rice's left eye, putting it iii mourning most effectually. Quicker than can be told somebody else hit young Ca 1 Yay, drawing blood and blacking both optics, and then a general nude# ensued, the men tumbling over one another and hammering and choking each other. A squad of or ferlies stopped the fight. Assemblyman Ui«-e and Mr. Dunham both wear black eyes. The elder Carsey’s face wa* red and swollen and his son’s eyes were black ami his ieee bleeding. Mr. Buckbee bai very little collar or necktie left, a man named Douglas was catching red fluid in a handkerchief and several other |iai'tici|tanLi were trying to restore damaged hats to original '-•hape. It was only upon threats of arrest that a continuation of the tight was prevented. Mr. Dunham said, after the aff 6> • had simply told Mr Carney tlu.‘ he was not iqieakmg the truth. Mr. Carney saidthat.be did not allow anybody to call him a liar and his son said that he only went into the fight to protect his father. Assemblyman Rice said that he was simply trying to stop a fight and was not intending to be actually engaged in it. He was pushing the men a}*art w ben he was struck. FROM THE PRESIDENT 1> 4MtF.lt I’ SUHAY. \    Lion stn-cl, near the depot. Hoarding, Stale. Feet and Liver* Stable-Htahbag bv the day or week on rea.-oualm tor uiK. 1> KED. af. W., 4    I.'*4    Center street, IH-aier in Musical Instrument** and vwm^ I Machines. We make a specialty ^of (iret clam j makes of l*ian«s» and P'arrand A Votey Grgaaa I ,    ___________ ...... ______- -    ■■  .............  I OAK J. lilPDMUi, Sill Central Ave. (Up I ^ stairw>, (ienei .< I suraio e aud lieai Kstau AvenL Fire, Ll ie, Awitlmt, aud Live M«*ck j Insurance. Prompt attention givsn to huying j an*! selli ne Beal Pf* ta Mi C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER * IMPORTER. 3414 M AIN ST., BUTTA&O, N. Y. DKALF.K IN ITI C. JONER. I m    75 K. Third «L, cor Beer. >. ere later Vt* hi M.ikei. Fresh, Salt an-' Smoked Meats. Lard. Sausages, Oysters an-. Poll I try. I IMUS, WATCHES md JEWELS!, 4 lock*. Silverware. Leather (lixxlr, Khv KSU KA TISO, GOLD <f SIL IKR PLA TISO Vs Vs J ATCMES, JE WELBY. Ate:. Buy the Aurora ttailmail Watch. Ue]*airing a sjiecialty. Prank P. ^U•l^*^. HS K. Third st rM. M4K.KKII, Merchant Tailor, Jiff Central Avenue A COMPLETE LINK OF HOUDA Y GOODS Ai AIN ST UK KT, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. Runuer* at New Orlestn*. New Orleans, March 6.—The 1'n cen yes tcrday resulted a* follows: First race, 51* furlongs: Tom Karl first lady Blackburn second, Harvester third; time, 1:38. Second race. % mile: Creole first, Fiiend-less se* xii id, Dudley Oaks third; time. I K)2ly. Third ra*o, l4 m%*:    Heely    J*»hn    first, Polder F. sss-oml. Nam lazarus third, time, auR. Fourth raA’e, \ mile:    Somerset    fiimt. Bon- j nie King second, Harry Ireland third; time, j 1:2#.__ Afraid of Poverty. Danvers. Maas.. March Ii.—Mi** Annie * Putnam, aired 40. committed suicide by hanging. She had alway* fevn eccentric, avoiding company, but since the death of ber paivnts. who were buried on (he same day a few weeks ago, she had been de>pon*fent. j Although worth proliabiy over CJO,OOO, she fcai>sl that sh** might betaine dcstit.ite. lY or a-ss I was formerly a school t* acher. I h«* L**hane Cawa. I»t uVILLX, March 5.—President Phelps of the American association telegraphevl President Young of the National league, asking him to fix a date for the meeting of the I* sin I of arbitration before March 15, to sec tfetheLehaneca.se. Mr. Phelps said he did not think that Lehane had signed with New York. lf he has signed Mr Day's contract and tile Columbus club should 'fenland it, liehane will certainly be black-!isted. Mr. Pheijis thinks, however, that the matter will be aHtfed by Ikebana going to Columbo*. Threaten* to Resign. COLt'SiBl'H, I)., March 6.—Owing to the refusal of certain members to act with him in securing a modification of the Owen Sunday closing law .Senator Brown states that he will present his resignation to the governor. If carried out this will greatly embarrass the Democratic majority in party legislate rn ami the }*a.ssage of the cong! tonal redistricting bill. The Chancellor Not f»»*©mira*cd. Cologne, March 6.—The Gazette says that at the coming meeting of the reichsUig the government will demand fresh military credits, and w ill again introduce the antisocialist bill w hich was rejected by the last reich# tag. Sir. Harrison Sends an Knomraging Letts r to the Nashville Con wen I ion Nashville, Tenn., March ri.~In the national convention of the Republican league yeetenlay telegrams and fetters were read from President Harrison, Republican eon-groNKuten, T. C. Platt of New York ami other* President Harrison’n fetter was a* follows Waskinoton. Feb ll, Hon. John M Thurston, President of ibe Republican League of the Unite*! Stale* I (Tzar Sir—It give* ma pleaMireto acknowledge th# receipt of your loiter of the -Cth, emending. '*n kehwlf of the executive committee of the Re publican I*eagueof the United Slate*, an Innta-Don to attend the third annual convention of the league, to be held at Nashville, Ie nu While I > annot a*-repi the invitation, neither can I refrain from expressing my interest in the *11 ceca of your i>rtvp*i*ed meeting, and in the pennan-nce and useful activity of the club* which will ba represented. Such organization** are wholesome and desirable, not oaly from a party, hut from a public standpoint They int**r**at young men in public affai *, and comnact aud organize the interest thus excited mte controlling political force*. The party to which you l«longhaa never < lifter**! by aa intelligent discuasiou of its history or na principle*, and I am sure your organization will continue to furnish courageous and well-appointed champions wherever the lists of debate are open* i    Benjamin    Harrison TOKI KS PANIC-STRICKEN AT THE VICTORY OF THE LIBERALS IN ST. PANCRAS TIMBER LAND SEIZED. rh# Co radical CHANGES In the Maxton Hill Propo«ed by the Assembly Amendment. Albany. March 6 —The assembly judiciary Cnmmitcec s amendments to the Saxton hallot reform bill prove lo ba rather radical. The principal amendment* are: Allow ing the certificate of nomination for senator in the Fifth district to be filed with the county clerks of New York and Richmond counties; providing that when the nominat ion is for an offh-e to lie filled by the votes of the city and <*ounty of New York, the county of Kings and the city of Brooklyn; the number of signatures required for the certificate of nomination shall not be leas than 30U. Posting of the candil la tea’ na inee Ik made unnecewwtry in cities where publication a* required by session IO of the bill it* made in two or more daily }»apen* of the city. The nomination of a man ie void if he decline* twelve (instead of ten) day* before election. Objection* to certificates of nomination must be fife! within three (instead of five} day*. Simple ballote in the form of time# u.*e<l on election day and containing the names of all candidate* duly certified shall be printed and in poesesdon of the county clerk or other officer* or boar»ts having the duty of preparing ballot*, seven day* before election, subject to public ingp*>ction. The official I ta I Iota shall be printed ami in poKsee-sion of county clerks or other officer* at feast four days Is-fore election, for inspection by candidate*. The New York municipal ballot contain* name* for a'l public office* to be filled exclusively by votes of said city and county or of any district within it, except candidate* for congress aud the state senate ami Asse rn I i|y. The two I allot clerks shall be ch* wen from the jarties polling at the last election the largest number of vofe* on state issue*. The inspector* of election shall remove the stub from each ballot in plain view of the voter, and without unfolding or diwovering the content* of the (allot lief ore depositing it in tile liallot box. Nominations for town or village office* •hall lie filed w itll town or village clerks five (instead of three) days liefore election. The n t shell take eff**ct July I, 18540 (instead of Sept. I). The senate bill provide* that un<*d; *ul imllots may be used only when a candidate die*.. The a.sseinblv committee amen-Is by allowing unofficial balete to be used also when a man decline# o.* becomes ineligible. Clifton Hares New York. March 6. — The races at Clifton yesterday re*ul!ed a* follows: First race, I mile: John Arkins first, Eatontown second. Pegasus third, time, 1:51 Second race, selling. % mile:    Dead    heat between Defendant and Ripley; Harrison third; time, 1:08. Ripley won tile run off in 1:10. Third race, selling, I 1-lrt miles: Gonoud first. Little Jim second, Fannie H. third; time, 1:58. Fourth race. lf mile- Eclipse first; Best Boy aeronef, Cerise colt third; time, 5.3 if. Fifth race, purse. ** in Ie:    Khaftan first. Sam Harper, Jr., second, Iceberg third; time, 1:22. Sixth race, mile:    The    Sinner    first, George Angus second, Lizzie M third: time 1:25*.    _ To Nhnt Down I srpct Loom**. Boston, March ti.—The American Wool Rep, li ter says: “The intensify of the depression which prevails in the ingrain carpet making industry bas resulted in a concerted effort by manufacturers to devise moans of relief. A committee ap|x>intcd nome weeks aims* by the Manufacturers’ association has received sufficient *up;-»rt to warrant them in advising a stoppage of 14 per cent. of the looms now in ojwration for nine months. There ta every reason to believe tile recommendations will lie put iii execution. The first of April is mentioned as the date for shutting down, the time expiring Dec. 31 next. Killed bv Burglars. Detroit. March fit —Policeman Shoemaker who was .-hot Tues-Iay night while iii pursuit of lairglars, is J*<ud. Thirteen su.*pect* are in custody, but u-> yet tue police are not in p    of ponttive av * *eiice against any of th*.a. A reward of 62,OW has been offered fen the conviction of the murderer*. Government Claims Title to earned Hall toad Granta. Montgomery, Ala., March 6.-Deputy Unite*! State* marshals, directed by United States Marshal Walker, are confiscating all the timber from the latuls originally granted the Mobile and Girard railroad, the title to which the government now claims. Near Andalusia the saw mills of Miller, Parker & Hodges, John I. Dixon, Lin lacy, Simmons & Bro., H. & B. Garrett. B Mulligan dr Co., W. B. Steele and Jones Bro*, have been teized by the marshals. Mills near Brewton are in tile same predicament. All rafts floating down the Escambia river, the timber 'sunjxising which was cut from the lands in question, have been seized. Hundreds of mill employes are out of work. The action of the government in stopping th# lumber trad** over Im lf a million acit** of the hest pine lands in the South, works a serious hardship on the lumtiermen, and Judge Pardee will t«e ask'sl to mo modify his order as to allow the nulla to run until a final decision is rendered. Motion* for the appointment of a re,*eiver for the lands in question will be \ heard by Judge Pardee in New Orleans' March IO. Attorney General Miller will he } (resent. MR. SCOTT’S BIG DEAL. The ( ong re Santan Boy* a I arg* Dockage Property at Erin. New Yore, March ti.—An Erie, Pa .special sey*: Ex-Congressman Scott ha* purchased thirty lot* in this city fronting on lAke Erie. The price exceeded 6100,000. In addition Mr. Scott has options ou a large number of the other water lota in Erie, which, in the aggregate, plu'-ea him in alwolute control of the largest and most valuable dockage property on the great lakes in the hands of one individual. He propose# to forthwith expend over 61,000,000 on the new purchase in the construction of extensive dock*. On all shipment* he Aud* himself on an equal footing with other dealer*, but interstate law doesn't apply to shipment within the state. Mr. Scott's relations with the Pennsylvania railroad and Pennsylvania Coal 'xminnuy will enable him to bring c oui here from his mine* near Pittsburg at rock lotion! rates. It will then In* rewarded by water. To Pittsburg this in the most irn-}a>rtant business transaction in year*. A Forerunner of the Dleeotntlea of Parliament—Cow 8 watt vee Making Every F.ffort to NI ave Off the Inevitable—sir Richard Webster to be Rewarded for Hts Work for The Tim ae. London, March fl — The result, of the election in the North division of Saint Pa lier as has stricken the Conservative* with dismay, for in the siu'ceas of the G ladron tan* upon t he issue of the acceptance of the Parnell commission’* report a* a vindication of the Darnel I lie* the Tones see the handwriting on the wall warning them of inevitable ovei^ threw at the next general elections. So well seated is this fear that the government will now concentrate all tte anergies in an effort to stave off anything calculated to foroe a dissolution, in the hope that cham* may bring up something that will }»oaKibly swerve popular opinion from the track u|M>n which it is now running. Should the government majority, on Mr. SmithY motion, fall below that shown by the vote on Mr. Parnell * amendment, however, it is difficult to see how an apical to the country ten lie long averted. Before the present delate end* it is exjected that Mr. Parnell, Mr. Morley, Sir William Harcourt, Attorney General Webster and other leader* will qieak. NIR RICHARDS KBW a RD, The statement 1* made on ei*’eltent authority that Lord E*her will resign the poaition of master ai the roll* about Easter anti that the pla<'e will be given to Kir Richard Webster. The iiewtowal upon Kit Richard of this life p<i*ition, carrying with it a salary of Tfi.tXM) }s<r annum and an ex-officio seat on the bench of the court af appeal*, will of course lie regarded in the light of a reward of the questionable servh-e he has rendered to the government in the Parnell prosecution, but it must be admitted that he should relive something handsome to compensate him for the decline in popular estimation which he has sustained through hi* effort* to canonize the forger*, perjurer*, conspirators, (lies and other rascals in the service of The Times and the government. The Berlin government has decided not to ask the reu-hstag to (tass a Socialwt bill for obvious reason* rest ltant from the recent elections, but will content himaeif with merely ask mg the legislative body to strengthen and continue the operation of the bill relating to dynamiters aud kindred offenders, pending its observation of the character and availably to the government need* of the new house. It has lieen settled that the body of Master Abraham Lincoln shall for the present be entonitied in a vault in lamdon, where it will remain until such time as Minister and Mrs. Lincoln shall lie able to acconqiaiiy it to America for final interment. Young Abraham Lincoln Hand IjONDON, March ti.—Young Abraham Lincoln died at 11:07 o'clock yesterday morning. Young I. i n col n Ijcvsati away quietly. He wa* in a comatose state during the morning and his Mtonmch rejected all nourishment. The attend ing physicians, after a careful examination, ex-expmssed the opinion that their pa tient’s end v. as only a matter of a few ABRAHAM UK (OLN. hours For a time previous to his death he was entirely free from pain All the member* of the family were present at the bedside. Opposition to Mr. f'harlton** PHU. Ottawa. March A.—John Charlton’* bill for the I let ter observance of the Lord'* day is meeting with much opposition in parliament. It is not likely that it will }«** the home. The French member* say it has a Puritanical odor. The bill prohibits manual labor on Sunday, buying and selling, horse racing, cock or dog hilting, public games involving manual labor, tippling, drinking, reveling, hunting, fishing, printing, selling newspapers, and excursions, It provide* for dosing nil coaita, postoffice* ani railways, • xcepting one mail and milk train. Sir John Thompson has amended his criminal law bill. Th.- amendment effectually suppresses Mormonism iii Canada. She Shot the Kurxlar. Charlotte, N. C., March fl.—Monday morning nliout 3 o’clock Mise Alice Kinney, 19 years of age, who, with her mother, live# alone on a farm in Sampson county, wa* arous sl by a burglar in the adjoining room. She procured a pistol and hid it under her pillow and then feigned *l,«ep. 'I be burglar entered her room. and believing the girl to lie ask***}) tiegau to ransack the apartment. Miss Kinney raised herself in lied, took aim at the ma fife* head and fired. Instantly the burglar whirled around, and uh he did so she again fired and he then fell to the floor and died in a few minute*. The burglar proved to In* Sam Kerns, a negro, who has given trouble. 4 barile Mitchell In Trouble Again. London, March fi.—Chesterfield Goode, the middle-weight who was recently defeated in a glove fight w ith Toff Wall at the Pelican club, quarreled with Charley Mitchell while drinking at the house of Douglas Baird. During a clinch both men fell down a flight of stairs. Baird urged Mitchell to punch Goode, and Mitchell, seizing a (Hiker, smashed Goode on the beati twice, inflicting aerious injuries. Goode is in the hospital. Mitchell was arrested. The Priest Say* She I* lu rn Trance. Fountain, Minn , March fl.—Mrs. M Marges residing two miles east of Preston, to all appearances died Bunday. The funeral was to be held Tuesday, but the prfest refused to perform the ceremony on the ground that the woman was not dead. The sup})*vied corpse it now lying in the church. Physicians cannot determine whether the woman is dead or not She once before lay in a trance a number of day*. IN THE COMMONS. 9fr Charles Lewis Nay* The Times* Charges Might Have Been Proved. London, March ti.—In the house of commons yesterday Mr MacNeill, member for South Ikiiiegal, resumed the delate, lf the commission, he said, had been intended merely to elucidate the truth the government, by a friendly agreement with the oppoeition, would have selected judge* agreeable to both side*. He believed that the appointment of th# commission was merely an attempt on the (airt of the government to stir up hatred against the Pamellitea. He unqualifiedly charged that the government hail allowed Pigott bi es*-ane. precisely as it had allowed I-Ord .Somerset to ewcape, for political reason*. Sir Charles E. I^ewia. Conservative mem lier for North Antrim, commented on Mr. Dillon’* going to Australia without teatify-ing before the commission. Mr Sexton said that Dillon had submitted himself to the cominiNKion and inquired whether they wished to queatum him Iwfore hi* dejtarture. Sir (’harlea Lewis admitted that Mr Sexton was right, and then proreeded to comment on the^ilisenoe of the league's books. He accused Henry Campbell, Parnellite member for South Armeuagh, of having removed league bookR to place# beyond the reach of the eornmiwiion. A lively dim'usaion ensued, in which Mwr*. Campton, Sexbm, Ia»wia and other* took pert. In the «-onrue of hi* rentalk* Lewis declared that every charge made against the Parnellites which the commission had been unable bi prove would have lieen proved without difficulty had all of the book* Wu produced. Professor J an ie* Bryce adjourned the debate He thought that the vaguely hinted views of the judges reduced the value of the report of tile commission a* a conclusion to a very low ebb. Young Lincoln'* Funeral. London, March 6.—The body of young Lincoln will I* preserved without emliahn-ing. A funeral service will be held at the residence of Minister Lincoln on Friday at which no one will I* present hut intimate friend* and the members of the American legation. A* bi the service the body will lie de J k ad ted in the catacombs at Kensal Green and ultimately interred in the family binib at Springfield Mr Lincolnia desirous that the greatest privacy and simplicity in conducting the funeral service shall lie observed Both Mr. and Mr*. Lincoln are bearing up bravely. Yeaaela In Distreaa IiONDON, March fl.—The British steamer Bostonian, Capt. Traut from Boston, Feb 10 for Liverpool, arrived off Queenstown yee-terday having in tow the Britwh *hip Corio-lanus. front Iquique for Falmouth, before re-}»orbsl a I si rid on cd after being in collision with the British steamer Claymore. The steamer Recto, Capt. I»we of London, from Philadelphia, reports having experienced fearful weather on the pawage Hi* coal be-< ame exhausted and she wan compelled to burn all her yard* and several of her boom* to keep up ber steam She put iuto Falmouth for coal    _ Kl*-rn Ii Exporter* Would Suffer Parim, March ft.—At a conte fen between M I^ecomte, a memtier of the chamber of deputies, and M. Hpulter, minister of foreign affairs, the former represented the disadvantages under which th# French dry good* trade would labor if the McKinley bill now before the American congress became a law M. Spulier stated that ait agreement had already been reached between England Italy, France aud Switzerland to communicate in regard to the matter with the Washington authorities. Rioting la the TraaavaaL London, March 6. — Advice* from t-fe Transvaal state that a serious riot ha* occurred at Johannesburg. Presilient Kruger attempted to deliver a speech, but was prevented by the crowd, who organized a nm meeting, denounced the Transvaal government, and tore Uke flag* from the government building*. I STORE. Lh(lies Light Weight Spring Wrnpe and Jackets a few special line* which we will Hell at surprisingly low price* while they last Two lot* of mens medium weight gray undershirts and drawers at 20c and 48c in a full assortment of Size* and will offer them at these prices for a few days only. Boys Scotch gray Undershirts only 25 cts. Infants and children soft wool L oiler-wear from 25 cts. upwards. Ladies Protect your beautiful complexion from the dreaded March winds by wearing our improved Styles of Kac^e Veiling, w«< have it from UH* a yard to any Price you wish, then it* not to tate to buy Jersey Gloves when we’ru selling them at 10c worth 85. Mens Extra heavy long Seamless Hone only 10c, Mens Extra heavy Half Hose worth I2|c only 7c. 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