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Arttsli*’ Phot*** replier. inHUuUneou*-PtiotorrMuiiM ‘if Bable* a »|wwuntt\ • * • . a* otj not wa.t f‘»r sunshine •Vt •!»?». I .'MIK Kl NHEKY .Iamkv IRVIX*. Pf; J I pneior, No. I*> E- s*'* ****** ->*! **«•*- '•* ur ,*‘l * fab, Itreel. Dunkirk. N . Y. •: *    . lr lit*, Pun Itta lr ta, rn.. I* *un* I in nit -tv I. "Jiff prompt Iv atun««nl to. til work irtmrnni*» » I « I lU HKK'k I IMH Kl ICY HOLUM, |>    ans    central Avenue. WlMilmX1 kwI retail .tenlur in I purl* * a*1' *ioui**«iii* Chmn. UI*rw*w. * • I ll AN. II. ll A lilt In, ‘iii C'-utral Ave. «•< •* x ernl Invuraii' i . I.iff, Yr* . lout <ui*l kn* U- for.- traveling insure your lie iii urn oui fdi»*bi«* ‘I revelers’/’ Ii* ii* Estate JyOHl.r* lifiCtitlaU -i OM if operlf. i .HAI TAI Ut A IIOTK1, ItHU h, * I jn » lay. l.»w*rf aint Humtl;i*R Hiai.b to roi.> • rti*»ij. Y ir»*>r Ruler, 9    it*.    nu<t    Ski;    Lion    atretic . ITI HAMI! KR (DIOP U    cima.    Nagle,    Prop.. I ,’*tei Luke M»«*re NaUoda) ll.ink, cm ti* > neuter aiel I Lir<I sired**.    A    llue »t»« k «i I oreign ami DomunUc iK-*Ar** • ION Ii LIN A NON, t j    .'kin    t rut*    •    , I‘rn. ill cai i»or*e-»b<**i».    ('n    *'    atUMituu ,>« •• in interfering Ihmmi*. nu    of    rono ii ^ Lr > til HK home* a *|h tinily. It (J NKI HK KVKN INO OII a HHY Lit. Largest Gaily in lite County. Au uuetjunlletl aiverti-mg lue.liuin. CNH inn KNO IN Kl-HI NO lOMIlM. I )    I*.iii*e,.\ MjilfU .V I *pPle- Manufacturers oi hug mea, Bo* lur . I nil**)** ihaJbug Hangers, cf. Pat Urns. forgi****. -„*eUU*», nut! aln* iii bl Work lo or«l*r. I k I > Iv I HK Oil I III l»L i<‘ >.    «    >*“    ' I f Collu t aired, Manilla, liner*    of    .in "c rom well” »n«t “linnkti k ’ »h • ire! - bum-Ult*** .turin, mu an Ic iii nil failing iur.or.lnng, Uoltutifc, aiel 'try gotnla limn*?* in Dunkirk, J * P. TOOM KY, if    cit    nun    I    att    Ll    ut    vU    ct. Den let in I- lour, t et* L *B. »u,w,‘ Hav.l .itiaU a, Ute    , Lntnltliahetl, »«.«. I HIH lit* TU. amt Dining *nlt*oi». I lin o Fa I ici *t >1. LaaV ar*'cm. u* all triune >m I 1 ■ * .liana (louses. Ilcnt ii coo til >nt x ta ll on a lot Coin- urrciai Ii a voters.    ...    , J olm J. Ylurphy, Prop. I HS.LUN A INK, pi    nj    ami    s*5#    h    11# in I •Heel rim* Puruiiurc, catnncl 'Yan ami I p uotntnrmg. I*iciure ki auic* ma.le lo unit r. * > D. YI ATTI MIN Ai I O., h. ,iol central Ave , •ajAtlrr.* of I aa ii ion nml OcuUenicn OU Hi I ie la. t |AKKLi. RTK AM HEATING ML Manufacture™ of Rteniu Henting Apparatus. Sanitary Pluinliiug a N|»ecinlly. j J OME RTE A YI LA UN HHV. Our npeninluea:    Kine    Shirtn,    Uh-;    *.    ollac», lo; Cufla, ic, Mel Lace Cnrtnma. I r*i IHjIik rr. A VV. Cuutiuiiigs, ioV tenter streei 11^ ll. OEH YI, K. 'I hinl el.. ct»r. t»f lluftlc Ma mf o lurer ami deicer in Kine ltoou A -thtKHi. HEN KY VV IlILKK’R NKW RTO It K, nit tv,. Third A. H'ctkr.. hlaUonery, Munical lu-*DC»ncuU,MaK:oir>e*i,iiaily ami VV * ekl> I e m av, .ml rvimy ibieg perlnmtug c* « *lrBi cIvm imk.k aion*. Ncboo. booka a »|K*ci»lty. oil PHIN TI NO of every tlenci iptiou nml at lowest IinHK rate* bi Dunkirk Printing t oinjiany, tt amt lit K. sectniti St. •I ll. VAN    HI tit EN A    MIN, Kin*    I .He, ti Accident ami General    luaurac."*    l*r i.- e.> in Real Relate ami laman. I'ar.u uiai atUiiitiou paid    to Hie cue of    oroprrly    collect Mig rents Aiv.    SIU linter et., 5ml il«*ttr. «^0 HOK'tl PHARMACY, *■    .agt central Avenue Ue.i*l>, uai Vera for VV ult l’ai*er Pa* ii ie. Oil a, Ac. 1SLKK1NR, J. VV.. *2iiy Center eti.**»i. MauufacAurer ami limier in lim ae'■.'i i ;ie*», br. dim, I oli are, Tm uke, VV hips, Itotialo Lot*,*.. tio.t eOovi*re,t»love*-.Mitten**ami Nteigh ii**' r. . rcholter, 17 Lait Thirtl sweet, I*. i* .namable Tall. r. tienlleinen wtli find ill* glteu ad i a ii Sag* to Cit'.l on me »*clt»re pen im 'n elsewhere. I » It. I YKY A i **.. I .    TS    Lion ah* et o-neral ilaitiw ore, t*, tote I *«ttfOtl«,P*uiiver <* RntMOies Mi i iolH», iii ai. te VV me. A »>* t 'ai I at ■'.K iru. MiHl.t ins Pa * I and YI niterangt j i CLI NO, w.icIi ae blank-book*, letigere, aud II ad kl ade oi blnuke dom* at Dunkirk Pun iug C'timpany, 8 anti IO ii. second st. 7,tW»LPH VtOLDEMI Vt’ BR, K    Cor. Tloni ami iluflaitt Ste., Dealer in Granite, Marble, I lagging ami it to itll ng stone. Call on im* before buying your tude-walk. I IRLE Y A CO., \    I ami I Whisky* t^aneral Litjut OltKKT Yl'KAY. 7 ami 9 Kaet Kn»nt street. Whisky, VV i nee, Bran* I to*. General Liquor Store ft»r Pa rally »’ee Lion street, near tue depot. ifAar.iing, Rate, leisl ami Livery st.-iuii SUH th Of by the <lay or week on reaeo. h* it U’l'lli*. it%M til FEO KIL 3ol Central Ave. .Ip /ttairs', General Insurance ;. el Ueal I I. Avent. Fire. Life, Accolent, aud Live bt*ad. Ina urn hoc. Proui|4 attention givrn to imv ag anti M’lling Kt*al K»ta«* fit C. K. Thirtl eh, cor. Deer. Katieliufc Meal Market. Krwdi, bait an b look cd Meats. Lard. sau**agee. <>vder» an*' Ptmltry.    _______ W VY r ATCHER. ,1 Ii WELK Y, At. tim ibe Aurora kiilrort 'V itch. I.epa nut a k)*o*-sa ly. Prauk k. stapf. RS* E Third et. M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor. • ta *’,.*» in I t *(.nw It. PROFESSION AL T. KOLP!!. M. IL. Phv ienn ami b'lr^i^in (»flier ovir Ly 'n’* Drugstore. Reel lcu«e*,Central \v» one Telephone ’lo. 9. Call* unt> la* left at I.von’*. TK-TK special announcement NATIONAL LA\Y*MAK KRS. 'TODD ART Alo., Patent AtP«rneve, IHA 7th N st, Washington, D C’., opp lf. ii. Patent Of-*1<«* Pater^t*- .Ca yea ic and lie Ibmimri mm* u na I I’rede Mark* te#rt**t**red Ail Patent busineaB omlw*ed f«*r ni'Klerate Keen. Information \«i\ ice ami *|>eeiai it fcn*ncen Kent on m)uei»t. /d(W i«    A    “o    *** m*,lr 1    • working for mc Pervoi* pre- f - » rr<l w.o can (urn di a boree and give their whole me to rite !»u#ui< m. Spare mom en t* may be protit* • bly employed ai-o. A few vacancies in towns .n ‘ our, It. F. JOHNSON a CO,, »oi»> Main •t., Kkhmumi, V a, ‘T*1^>Wormon Elders* Book ■ un £ X I Htnngtb, mailed Cr** to married ■MB, *>c.Ag IT.fl. Crou uh, KS Grand BC. flew lortt ARENTS YVaNTKD-To *R*II the well- ,\ known and I*.-I end«*reed remnlv In the inti**! M ite- for the cure of Catarrh, Asthma, itmnchiti*. liny lever, or any dn»ea*e that • an l*c reached through the l>n*atlitng organ*. for which a*** imr cene can Im* made. K<»r parfirular* addr****, I ll K < A KHO I, ll SMUK K BALL Co. < to* ag**. I ll the deliberations in both BRANCHES OF CONGRESS. SPRING 1890 F. D. MATTESON db OO WAIT FOR JIMAP’S Spring Hat, Saturday, March 1st Call and See Them C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 3154 VI YIN ST., BUFFALO, N.JY. OKAI,RH IN )iaiiii>iitUf    Watches anti Jewelry, Cl.H’k-. btlverwan*. I .rather Good*, etc. KSU RA VI SO,GOLD* SILVKR PLA TISO A COMPLETE LINK OF HOUDA I7 GOODS Hill MAIN STREET, < M»iV“~ u> lro<|urn* Hate*. ELYS    Catarrh Cream Ba’m ri*‘»iie*« the NmmhI j I’.i van a ca '    ' r “ ‘    ^uivrrvrD nlla’i o,ti nm.— ^’lAl I L"Elf ( it bl*. I 111* Slu es, Kenton** the Nemo** of i'aite and Smell. .ii i si;cl a* HAY-FEVER A particle ,* nppl*e«l into each noairil and ta igr Table. Price 'st cents at Druggist*; bv mail egi*rere»l,<iO«;*s FLY BID * I llKUS,.Vtt Vt *rren liwt. New York A Hill Introducei! to Secure Preference for V'eteran* In Fniployment on l*nblie Work*—Also One to Prevent Desertion* from the Army — Other It u*. I new In H oii»e and Senate. WanHOKiTO*, Maith is.—Among the^ftUs intrrxluceii iii the semite yesterday w following: By Mr. Evart**—To I mm re pivf^WF' to veterans of the Intr war in employment OO public* works. ['I his bill jirovidev iii t Union Moldier*, awibini ami marw * rs shall b-* given preference for certification, sineiniinrnt, erupioymerit and relent.on iii e\cry public dejmrtment and on ail public work* of the government. and in competitive ami non-comjiet itive examinatiom of the civil aer vice. Age. lorn of Ii iii I >s., or other phvKical iio]*air meat which do s not incapacitate, shall not disqualify the applicant, provided he pna-■eas-a tim nc**c*rary bunnaa capacity. Such l*er*otis. un lea* employed for a statutory term, shall not I** di.MiiD-od except on charges ami after a hearing. Violation of this law by heads of dcj artrnent*. officials learn!* of exaioiiiution or others, is to Im* prosecuted a* a misdemeanor. ] By Mr Phimh—To pravantdesertion* from the array [The bill provide* that after July I, istsi, there shall lie retained from the [»ay of each enlistisl man f4 I ie r month for the first year of enlistment, which shall not lie (laid hun until las dim barge, and w hich shall la* forfeited unless he *«*rvi*s honorably ami faithfully to the date of bls dis*-barge. The secretary of war is to determine w hat misconduct shall cou*i*t of, but no deserter shall la* det*m**il to have ful!ill«s| them. The sums an deducted ahall lie c*onsi(ler»si a deposit (•earing interest fr ill the end of the year iii which they are made. At the end of three year** wrvk* u soldi* r who has *er\.*<1 faithfully shall L* cut it l**d to tim** month*'fur-I**ugIi end to It dis* harg*d on nj <piit at ion, iii time of j *-H« e United States marshal* ami sheriff aud their d**puti**s, constables amt P*.I« t nfll'frs, are Hnth*»ri7^s| t<i «i*r»*st «ie-imrters. In time of |M*ace the pre*i«b*nt may (icruiit HHV enli'!e*i man to j»*ir«*h«s** hi* discharge. Tile army ration i- t*» Is* increased by the a«lditioii *»f one i*»un<i of veg*‘table*. J Tlir. Ht’SaiAN EXTRAIUTION TREATY. Several petition* remonstrating against th** ratification of an extradition treaty l«e-twecn the Umt<d State* ami Huslia were pre*.*nt*Hl iii the senate yesterday ami gav** rise to quite an animat**! dwu»-i<<n nls<ut tile propriety of receiving )*>tition* in ojien session iii n*ganl to matter* wlii<*h might U* landing in executive session. It was «i***ide*i t** receive the |M*titious in open session. Tile Kpeaker* carefully refrained from committing thein*»*lves t<» any statement a* to such treaty Dong pending. DEPREHHION OI AbHt ULTI’HAL INTKRKsTS. Mr. \ «*»i he*** offer**I a preamble ami r>•solutions its-it mg the gnat depression under which agricultural interest* were tailoring and resolving that it is tile “high***t duty of congi.*K*. iii the pivseiit crisis to lay aside all dis u si<*ii ami «*oii . ic rut ion of mere jiarty issue,, and to give prompt ami immediate at* teutioii to th** prej alation and adoption of *ti«*h uieai'uiT** a* are required for the relief of the farmers ami oilier overtax*d ami un-d -.paid lal*.rei*s of tilt* Unit**! States.” Mr. Voorhees gave iK)ti<« that he would ^ e;ik «>ii the ^ solutionto morrow and would it .c t lh*• remedy for the • Aisling evil*. Mr. I'..ll Hs„*d that his r.-v hot ion in r«*fer-en<* to considering the i lor da laminations rn ott'i ****-'ion Ie laid ’“ fore the senate. Tm* presiding * Sic »r Mr. Ingalls) d«*‘idtd that I he iTLsohitioii lei .-.et to e♦.•alive 1ms-iii**ss an'l wiMiid tmiy i** considered iii *e**ret s**s-i«in. ami tit*‘lim*I to etiiertum the resolution. Mr. fall «said In* had submitted another resolution on the vt rn** subject winch ta* asked to have i ea«l. ’rite chair said that resolution wa* open Pi Ila* san** ruling, but dr. I all thought the repetition on ;1 t !• i bt* heard U*fore the s**u-atc decide.I wl’*,t ii . ohio • to with it. Mr Ingalls insisted tit it the chair had a right t*» | miss up >n the res* ii ut mn. Mr. Sherman movtd to go into executive se* ion for further con* i i- rat. >m of the object, Mr Uall raistd a f*>int of order, lait the chair tleclinc I t • entertain the (mint. Mr-(.'all appeuc*l trmn the decision t»f the chair. The chair ref s al to entertain tilt* apical. Mr. Sherman's motion prevailed and the door* were clos**!, and at I o'clock all persons but senators and senate employes were expelled from tilt* galleries. At 2:10 the dtxirs were reopened. Mr Eustis and Mr. Dan9*1 were api*»intt*d member* of the <*t nu mil tee tai itnmigratit>n iii plat** of Messrs (}**wge and ('all. excustsL TUE BIAIR KIM I ATI* IX A L BILL The edm*ati<mnl bill wa* taken up and Mr, Daniel addr**saed the senate iii its sup|*»rt. It was the first measure t»f general and comprehensive lcj slat! i 'n ice the war which members of the great political (tarty which had in the main controlled the ltgistation of the country, had proposed to apply to the soluii at of those question* which were as tin* aftermath of a hloodv sfraggle. Hi* saw rn th** bill not bayonets, not (•aimers, but an appr<*f>riatioii to education and Nome very (towerful and lunda-mental coiishleration would have to stand in ins {lath before he votrsi a ramst any well de-\is«sl measure for education. hiM*ussing the constitutional plints raised by opp>uentHof tlw* hiil, Mr. Daniel saki he couhl not see any substantial diirt*ren>v l**tween the pawer of the federal government to take a pie**e of land an I give it away for educational purposes and tie* paver to tn^o money out of the treasury with tie* same object. A BILL FOR OOI*BLE TAXATION. Mr Morgan opp* -a the bill It was a bill for double taxsdian, v,id h would compel certain stales to tax tb.-insilv»*s na ire than they wer** now d lag tor t <■ ta-nefU of public education. He did not like the idea of congress forcing ti e p < »ple of A tai Kuna to tux themselves, us they would hate *.o do, at the done of the terra of the bill, year for public si'hool-. wlien they d.d not now *]>end im ac than ^GOO.dUO a year for ull the expenditure* of his st ate government. Mr. Blair denied that the southern states would be called up»n under the bill to increase their taxation. Mr. Hawley obtained th** floor to sp ak against the bill to-dcy, ami Mr. Evarts said he would speak for it to-morrow. The urgent deficiency bill was taken up and a manlier of amendment* a* rep»rt«*d by the committee on npprcpriuti »ns were agreed to; among them one apfirotiriatiiig $H5,0U0 additional expeuaa# of international maritime eoiiferen v; sYB.ikiO for continuing the publi.'atiou of tis* rehellioa reconls, and $*jOa,t»Y> for public printing. The senate then at 5:JJ5 p. in. adjourned. practicnbili*y and appropriate coat of tun neling the Ddtuit river at or r.ewr I>etmit: senata bill granting <*ertain land* for water n-**rx air to the city of Colorado Springs, C'olo. hmis* bill authorizing the taiperintend em ••! census to enumerate tile Chinee population of the United Stab** iii such a manner as to enable him to make a complete and accurate descriptive li-t of all Chinese who ar* in the United Blate* at the turn* of taking tlw* census an I to give each person so ennui •rated a certificate containing particular* n**resKarv for full identification, which certificate shall be the wile evidence of Hie right of the person to tie and remain in th United Ntates. IVnaltiesare provided for ti** In * i* t-unsfer of certificates. One bundi d ti os-*!id dollars L* appropriated to car iv «••! ’he pi<>vim»*ns of the act. Th * ta>usc passwl a joint resolution inviting the King of Hawaii to head delegates to th* p in-American congree*. The bill t * trnnxfer the revenue marine from th** treasury dejiartinent to the navy department was taken upon motion of Mr Lodge of MasMrliifv ta from the committee on naval afTairs, ami umler susjiension of th* rules pas-e*i; also the bill from theooinmit-t«^* on postoffice^, creating the offices of assistant general sujierinterident and a chiel clerk of the railway mail service. Tin house then at 4:50 p. rn. adjourned. KUAM FORhlGN LANUS. THE MINERS’ STRIKE WILL PROBABLY CAUSE BLOODSHED. THE BALLOT BOX INQUIRY. fob wand-* 1e»Dft*» Before th* Investigating Coin m ii tee. Wahhijkitom, March 18.—The testimony of Col. A. I'. Kami* of Cincinnati concerning certain statement* allcgeil to have I xvii made by him to Mr. Kurt/, private se retary to Dot Foraker. wa* coutiBned yeterday morning liefi*re the Imllot ta»x investigation com-notL*e. Mr Kurta que-1n-ne*I Col. Sands c •mvrnmg a letter, written by Mr. Kurt* iii conm-d ion with Hie l»allot ta»x matter Witnccs testified, a* he had ou Saturday, that Air. Kurtz seemed anxious to have the letter destroyed. In answer to questions from Mr. Kort/. witness said he had not given Mr. Klutz any information connected with th** Imllot tan matter, except that \V • mn! said he was working with James E. Unnipliell, ttai iemo*-rat candidate for governor Mr. Kurtz obtained permission of the eouimittee to make a statement. Ile said his i»urj<o*e in coming to Washington w as to ait'Wer any questions put to him by any of the members of the committee. He acknowledged the authorship of the letter produ****d bv Col Sands lief ore the committee on Saturday. He denied meeting Col. Sands at any time ta*tween Sept. lit aixl lie**. 22 or 2-5. He had w ritten Col. Sands requiting an interview between th**se dat**s, bot liad re-ceive l no answer In the l**tt«*r to Col. Sa ii* Is he had state*! that lit* was not responsible for the us** «»f Col. Sands' name iii connection with the I allot-Ihix matter in The Commercia 1-Gazette. H»* had told Mr. Flynn of that juiper tuat Col. Sands hail said Mr. Campbell and others were connect***! with the l»aliot-ta»x contiiicL He had also t*»ld Amor Smith, collector of *-us toms at Cincinnati, atauit this c<>nv.*rsation with Col. Sands. Witnem re-iteniNsl his -.tateiivnt that Col. Sands I lad told him that Wood could give information alout th** l»d!i»t-ta*x contract. Witom de-ni*s| that Col. Sands had told him to <*aution (•overuor Foraker against Wool. Other - it+TiH*nts of Col. Sands ta'fore tile commit t *c were *leiiie*i by witness, Col. San in his ova lielialf, stat*si that he regildt*si very much that ta* had ta*cn •sMiqielled to*11 lier with Governor Foraker and Mr. Kurtz. They ha*l b**en his (lersonal friend4 and he bo|Msi filet would continue *>. Ex Sheriff George Webber of Cincinnati wa-it* vt sworn. In answer t*» questions by Mr. Mason he said he hail hail several con-v> rsatio is with Richard G. Wood about the ball t !s»x. Wood t*ild witness that Representative ( 'nmpliell was t*» take charge of the ballot ta>x bill on the IVm<s*ratic side of th# house and Gen. Grosvenor on the Repuhluain Ride.    rn Wood frequently t eferr«*d to a certain con tract min ta id 1,(100 which W«ssl had show n him in I vis, a y *nr ta*f«»re the forge*! con tract wa* drawn up. He knew nothing about tie* content-of the contra«'t. (tan. Grosvenot tlien t*K»k the sta.i«l to make an explana lion in connection with his former testimony a I s>ut a telegram in which the words “trust me, < barley” ck “curred, and which was sujv l»*-**•I to have some connection with the ballot ta»x mutter, Gt.*n. Grosvenor said he had had hi-memory refresh***! and be could say that the telegram was from Maj. Rutter-worth. promising to s|**ak with Gen. Grot* v**n*»r at Marietta. It read:    “Trust    me Charley, l l! ta* with you.” This was a1) there was in th** matter The committee then ad>mined. I he ttraat Ntrnggle Vln»t Fad In * Compromise or Victory for the Strikers — A Profe«»ioiial YILtwife In Trouble—Prince Bismarck and Count Klsinarrk Resign. Other Foreign News. London, March IS—The concessions grants ed to their employes by the smaller mine owners have had the effect to greatly weaken th* ptaitlon of tho-.- .cu unmg out, by reducing the (g. givgrte number of strikers am’, crnwe-quentlj.!. f Dctini from the ennrm i:- ira-ftortauce of the movement. Never! 1»e k*. the estimates marie by the employes show that Upwards of 150,0X1 <*onstitute the fighting force and the fact that this ta»dy is well sup-plted with fmeta and determined and able leader* is abo taken into cmisideralion as evidence that the struggie must end in a c*»mpromise or victory for the men after a bitter fight and perhaps bloodshed That this view is taken by the masters is abundantly shown bv their willingness to send a committee to meet a cocnuiittce of the men oil Thiirwlay, despite their re! usa I to agree to a compromise at the meeting of the owners yssteniay The • iii j doy merit of non-union *x»lliers in I^an(*a-I,ire is ch tsing trouble that may spread to other hxtditiea. The miners are firm ntid tile mn fe* nv «**]ua]ly so. As yet there has ta-en no vi<tanoe to speak of, but the hitter behn** o ncreasing and the poli**e authorities, ice leg disorder have rainforead the constabulary wherever quarrels ha\e aiiscn. ITS STRENGTH MAKES IT W EAK. The general opinion at the continental capitals is that the new J* rench ministry La a strong *tii«». Indeed, its strength is regardeil as it only object nimble feature, menacing, a- it d res, it- harmony anil unanimity of policy, Including Premier De Freycinet himself the cabinet «**»mprisos tour ex-prom ion* and the prediction is freely made that they will not la* is intent to pull teether for any ^nisi den* bl** time. It would lie strange if they should, for at different times, iii the caecity of president of the council, each has repre-sent**d principles and a*lv*s*at*sl measures to which the otncrs wci*e op|K»se<l. A UEKI .IX SENSATION A tremendous sensation has lieen create*! in H**rlin by the sent**!!**** of a pixtfessional mid wile to seven years' lmpri-omuent, and tile imp- -ition *>f sentences of various de gr*s-s of severity ujsm several tallies of high families w ho were prove *1 to have employed her to aid them in thwarting nature by malthusian pt act * cs. When the woman was arrested some time ag** strong efforts were made on b half of her |*atroiis to prevent her chm* from coming to trial, but they were unavailing. chiefly ta*cau ** of the indignant prote- t* of agitators against discrimination iii administration of tile taws in favor of the rich. Herr Markhreitc. a prominent lawyer of Y’ienuu, has l«een dis**overe*i to be a defaulter t** th** n'noicit of # I .'Vt i.t R R I. Th** j>o».<v are after him. but thus far he has elud I them, anil it is thought he hits fled the couut. y. Fxeitetncnt in Portugal. I.tsitON March 18.—The action of Acting , British (’n,,-ad Buchanan in hoisting and sa-1 luting tic* i kit lh flag in the Slur*- district Ii is created gc*at excitem *nt her *. Th** government is in receipt of advice from Mozambique stating that Buchanan had with him a large fore • of natives, well armed ami officer***! by Knr<•|s*ans. Ile* government ha* formally pr*>t**ste*i to England. I ta* British I* gation here strongly guarded to prevent an attack upui it bv the excited jsipiiiuis*. I he cabinet i* in session. The riifton Hares. Nfm York. March 18.— Everything favored! ••• rn hr* at Clifton yc-ttrday. The aft. ti I * ice. lr*-.*.ever. was light for a holiday. First rn.**, o iling, % mile Teddington first. Cot,si • s*s-*uid, ltos**inary Murray gel*! in xiii I: tin*, I KB. 5*c cair ■*, (airs**, 6 { furlongs. Tiefeml-«nt first, Harrison second, Sam l*ove third; time, I :-’5t>. 'i'm:ti r,we, selfing, 7^ ftirhmgs. Sjsirting fir-5. Mulligan second, P**rick* third; tune. 1:42 i. Fourth ruec, the Curragh of Kildart* bandi ap, l!s mile*. Insight fli-st. Wild ( bel ry mn sin*!, Yan thirtl: time, 2KJ0>^. Fifth r.cv\ the Green Isl** stake-, selling allow nix-.*, 2l* miles. Zangbar fitxt., Fannie ll. s»-*tjii«l. I lulling third; time, 4:20}^. Sixth ra.c, *!* mile. Malxd Glenn first, King Harem second, Carnegie thin!; time, 1:2b. Xii . I»«»I pit Kosy With His Report. Washington, >iar« h 18.—The senate committee of which Mr. Dolpb is chairman, %\hi Ii'aas tas.n investigating secret session I* ai,ages for several weeks, has a1 Mint con-c1ik1.n1 the taking of testimony. The clerk of the committee on foreign relations was ex-amiivsl ycstei'lay as to the method of concealing treaties un tar consideration in the committee, ami Mr. Payne, a member of the committee* was also examined to the same end. .\t ihe con* lev iou of the brief session the well worn Bible wldch has ta*en used by the committee for swearing ncws|»aj>er men, pages an I seiutlt>rs iudiscriuiinately, was taken from (lie committee room ami restored to its resting place in the ofli**e of the ser-g» fi*:t-.*it-{trms. Mr. Dolph is busily engage*) in tile preparation of his rejsirt. The sole j»s*t has lost most of its intereet and will proliably die a quiet death. Or the Liqaor Habit, Positively Curel RV AOMIRlSTERtNS Si. KAIRIS’ SUDER SWIFTS. It ran he given In a cup of coffee or tea. or In ae betes of food. w it hon I the kuow ledge of the per* son taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and wall effect a permanent am* speedy cure, wbethel lit patient is a moderate driukeror an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. Me GUARANTEE a complete cine in every instance. 48 page boot corr Add less in confidence, ( OL JEN SPECIFIC CO.. ISS Rec* St. Cincinnati. O IN TDK HOUSE WanRINOTO* March IS.—The hot:-** y»*«-fearday morning pas***! senate bill iwith an Amendment st! king out th.* appropriation clause) in*-n a-ii g from F15o,0<ii» to ?;'ixi,<wx) the limit of owl of the building at Sacramento; joint retaliation cal£r.g on die s**cre- tarv of war Lit a further report a- to the I * Election of Oftteem New York. March 18.—The annual meeting of the Commercial Cable couif>nny was held yesterday. The following diie*-tors were rif ted for the ensuing year: John W. Mackey, Jauvs Gordon B**uuctt, Hector and Jules De Castro, A. B. Chandler, George S. Cie, W. I.. S**ott. G. G. Howland* Charta Nord boff, E. C. Plate E. J- Matthews, Richard Irwin and A. De Castro. W. L Scott is the only new name on the tabard. A Hood f’urelia*#. Washington, March 18.—The treasury i*q»artment to-day purchased RUO,SOO 4 per •wilt. bonds at 123 and f212,2U) 41* jier cent. at 1QS>{. Russian <»ttt*-**rs Arrested. St. Peter#* ho it •. Mardi in—Two ofTWm of the in>pt‘i ial a! I ti (cry have been a r rest* si I here on th - elm of being identified with toe N:hili-! nan * na ut. An increase of the j night patrols of ConkwIui and policemen has lie.*n ordered. I’rln«-e ItisniMrek K*-sl«r|is. Berlin, March 18. — It is Stat*-d that both Trims* Bisman-k ami Count Herbert Bis-1 ntarck have reaigmsi and that th** emperor 1 ha.- a*s*ej)t«sl the rewignatkm «»f the chan- 1 cell* »r. THE WORLD'S FAIR BILL. It In Almost Really to Present to the House Washington, March 18. - With the exception of one section the world's fair bill is randy to report to th** house Tilt - faction, however, is not iii a lair way to ta* <li-)»>sed of. It .-onevriis til • town* .ai plan on which the fair is to tie conducted, and it caused a long controversy at the meeting of the eotn-mitbe on Saturtay. Yentt-rday morning when the committee members present w*cre Chairman Chandler and Messrs. llitt and Springer of illinois, Selden and Flower of New York and Hatch of Missouri, the trouhkmome section waf taken up, but it *on lie<*ame obvious that the committee could n*»t agree on it, and it was passed over for th-.* preaent. The eighth se<*-tion, which provide- for the time of holding the fair, leav ing blank the dates, was also the cause of di*~ -a .-i m. Mr. ('handler offered an amendment providing that a quadri-oentenniaJ celebration be held on 0*L 12, 18(12, ami the fair the fol-lowing year. Messrs. Hitt and Springer, Chicago'* i preventatives, declined to vote on this amendment and it was vot-sl down, Mcwrs. Bolden, Hatch and Flower voting na)* ami Mr. < ’handler ave. Another amendment fixing th** time of hoi ling th** fair from April to Oct. 20. 120, was off -red an I carried. An adjournment was taken without action on the filth section. Koee« at I. litten burg. New York, March I*.—A large, crowd attended the races at Gutteiitvjr; ywsteniay. The weather was pleasant and track good. First rtu-e, selling, % mile: Peril first, Bass Viol second* Big Brown Jug third: time, 1:20% {Secondrace. selling, furlongs: Oarsman first, Ralph Bi'ick second. Alveola third; Dm**, 1:28. Tic* I rate, ^ mile: Bradf*»r«i first. I^ady Pulpier ms-ond, I*ady Agues thir*l; tim**, 1.05. F'mirth ra t*, the Thomas Egan stakes, selling. I mile:    Glenmound first, Clay Stockton second, Rapine third; time. 1:4-8*^. Fifth ra*s*. th*- Shamrock stakes for 2-year** olds. mil* Eclipse first. Alarming second, Josis YY. third; tune, .VI. Sixth rue-. *4 mile; F -ttw fiost. John Jay S. ftecond. Harwood third; time, 1:201^. Henry W. Kine Indicted. Philadeli hi v, March 18. — Henry W. King, prefect of the Institution for Hie Blind in this city. who was urn ltd on a charge of sodomy ou -»a!h of a jwipil of the in titution, 1 wa- yesterday iudtaUsi by the grand jury, a true hill >»f ail odkV crime lieing found , against bim. The offA*.*** is not a bailable' one. The maxi.nuui j»*nalty for the offense ut tau years in the penitentiary. i STATE LEGISLATURE. Work of the Assembly and Senate al Albany. Albany, Mar* h 18.—In the senate last night aftei Tun. - lay s journal had been read Mr. Hloan aske-1 for the rea.!:ng of Friday's journal. The la* it maut gr>vernor Haiti there w^s un vision T relay. Mr. Sloan rose U> a question of privil*- * and began some remarks relative to Friitay’i* proceeding**. The chair informed Mr. Sloan that ho* remarkx were lait on a question of privilege, but that he could continue. Mr. Kl*him a; ;Honied from this ruling. Mr. Cart r moved to table the appeal. The motion wa* tat—yeas, 9; nay*. 14. Mettsrv .lr • >(m and Roew b voted nay with the R**(M!Mi *nn»i. Mr. Ives said the senate should not qttee-tion the chair's action on i mutter of personal privilege. Mr. Sloan was not preaent Friday ami could not know what oc-urred. Mr Sloan replied that the matter affected tile privilege of the whole senate, and any senator he I a right to qienk on such a que** Mon. Mr. Cantor said there was nothing official to show that anything was done Friday, so there could be no qts s!ion of privilege. Mr. Sloan should have risen to a quest km of information. Mr I vc- -aal an appeal on the qmydion of privilege was *.at oi order. The chair sun taints I Mr. Ive*, new 4 Mr. Sl iitn a d the point was too late, as a motion to i*»l»le had lnvii considered. The chair said it was always in order to oorraot an error. Air. Ives said he had merely called the attention of the chair to a nile; he taut not raised a plant of order. 'Ila* < hair states that the <>b’<s t of the chair on Friday was to bring taiforc the JHI bile the fact that the senate was not attending to public busineoa. The senate chandler had l**eii deserted. The committee work* sh**uld have ta*en done Saturday. Air. Roescb inquired if the fieople should not have a rword of the senators present Fri d»> The chair said he felt like a)>oiogi/.ing for not enforcing th** rata, which the senators had persistently vi< lata),and for Higning jay warrants for senators who might have lieen absent. Mr. Cantor sngg**st<sl that the subject lie dropt**! mid put u* business lie taken #p Mr. SI*tan -aid lie wanted to enter a protest again t t i .da i s action hwTtw* it might lead to pr* mn Haling* subversive *»f (siptilar right- d allow«sl to go unquestioned as a pre-ctstant. Mr. Van Gorder Mid three committee* hod l*»en ex**u*ed Friday. The chair admitted this, and further, that he hail been notified Thur-slay that there would Lie no quorum Friday. Mr. Ibies *h said this being the la*uten season, repentance was in **nler. The s**imte should acknowledge its d*-r**lictioi»s aud cx-ptiugcu.t th** |ax**>*e«lings thus far. .Mr. t Yigge*ilinll said be ha«l not shirked, and lie ohjeeted to the chair lecturing senators mu their duty. Tile chair had sometimes )>*s-ii alisciit himself. The ch or said further discussion was needles*. He hail admitted, and had never denied, that tai was wrong in Fri ia^'s actious. Mr. Cantor saki the chair h action hail served a good purpose. Businetts would here after Is* transacted on Friday. Mr. Ro** ch's motion to expunge last evening1* dis. •a siMii was h«t bv a |*artv vote, the R**publi**ai!H v*)t jug nay. Mr. Saxton presented a sujiplementery |s* tit ion by fi,(XKi Brooklyn men iii favor of hi.*-Imllot reform Gill. The chair ordered it read with th** signa tu res. Mr. Cantor said it woul.l prove to lie a roll of R<‘puhli<*nu voters, On his motion the reading was (lit*!lensed with. The Saxton lallot hill was returned from the assembly w ith amemimenta Mr. Saxton moved that it lie printed. Mr. Cantor said tins would cause delay, an*! aske*l why immediate action sh*mid not lie taken. Mr. Sa .ton's motion wan carried. Mr. Mc Carrell introduced last year's pro-(>oH**d constitutional amendment for additional supreme court justices. Bids were panned:    legalizing    Dutchess county bon fin; provid!*ig f**r the Riooktyn school: the Rome stone culvert bill; the three t illage assessors' Lull Adjourned. IN THM ARNE Yf BLY. Albany. Mar«-h 18.—In the ametnbly last night Mr. Kmth intnxlneed a bill making ten hours within twelve hours a ilay's work on street and elevate! railroads. Mr. Webster int rod iced a bill atafiishing arrests or imprison merit on boily execution* in civil <*asea The annual report of the state commission ere of emigration was received. It shows that the Dumber of fauwcnger* arriving at New* York from foreign f»>rt* during 188H was 420,414. of whom 048,232 were aliene In 1HH8 tile number of aliens landing was 419,-718. The total number of arrivals since 1847 is9,839.035; of this total Ireland sent 2,541,-148; England. 1,178,157,and Germany,3,425,-208. I Ast year th** number of steerage passengers landed at Coatie (iarden was 314,380, a decrease of 09.215 from the number received the previous year! Of the immigrants 92,005 were laliorere, 16,452 farmers. 5,G>2 |>e<Idler*, anil 143,5*8 of no occupation. Sin*-** Aug. 3, lHKj, there were 2.791 immigrants prohibited from landing and 5,317 were returned upon their personal request. lout year 422 were prohibited from landing, and 432 w»re sent back. 'I he ls*aixl's finances show there was on hand Jan. I, 1888, $150,0.3, while during the year there was received *12,299 from rentals, $144,329 from immigrant funds, an*! from other sources enough to nuke tho total re**cipt*s $215,492. The L*a!ance at the beginning of this year is $1,4*7, with $11,682 in uii|wtid bills. Mr. Pecks bill for making the care of armories a state charge, came up for final passage. Mr. F'eci: was supported by Messrs. Bush aud Bridges in his argument for the passage of the bill. Mr. Acker opposed it and said the state was paying en -ugh for the National Guard, aud further expenditure was uncalled for. Tho counties w hich hail armories had got the state to bul d them on the understanding that the counties would care for tile buildings. The bill was jessed —07 to 19. rho general condo vitiation law prepared by th*- committee on st-* ab rv revision. BilLs ordered to third reading: Mr. Brady'*, making th.* selling of pooh except at m -e tracks a felony. Bills intro*lured: By Mr. Guenther—Requiring contractors on public w o k* to fita a bond for the payment of th** material* furnished. By Mr. V an V rrliken — Appropriating $3,(XX) for improving the basement of the (Schenectady armory. By Mr. Crawford -Providing for free public libraries in incot-|*>ratcd village** of the state. By Mr Pierson—Re-aj>propriating the unextended lotlan e of yin,Lid for opening the cbauiiei letveen the waters of Bhinnecock liny and Peconic bay, (Suffolk county. By Mr. De* ker -Amending the charter of Owego. Adjourned. FATAL CONFLAGRATION. TWELVE FIREMEN KILLED AND SEVERAL INJURED. t Twenty U«h Horiod Under (he Falling Walls of a Hunting llultdlng— Frightful (Differing* of the Imprisoned Ylvtlm*. Friend* of the NllMiug Firemen Hevome Franilr with Grist. IvniANAPOMN, March IS. — Yesterday afteraoon fire fnwn a furna *« in the lase ment of the !n-ge ta>*>k (••:,*li*«bing establish meat *»f ti e B,w«€i-Mijrillc«*iii..aiiy rca-h**i some p*Jh . sn<l ai an uisiaii. ihe flumee were carried bv the af«»r rim.'t to the fourth story. Tho building, a tine stone aint iron structure fronting on Washington street, wa* stored with bookland stationary of all kinds Tins large *t*a*k wa* «*on*uuied ami the build ing wr»s*k«vl. At 5310 o'**1«ick this loss of more than $150,000 on building and “bick was followed 1*y the falling in of tile roof, which carried down more thau twenty J arsons, including ttnv*» w ho were working on tile various floors. The fire at this honr hail lieen R iven to a c*»rner lief ween the <*eiling of the fourth story and the cornice. Parts of the fire •'ompauie* war * on the roof working their w ay down to the fiiw. The ro*»f H**eme«l sound and the walls sultsiaiitial, lait suddenly th * walls yielde.1 A man threw up his arms and sank into the seething ruins Another man drop(**l, and then the whole roof, with fifteen men on it, fell on the tap than- where the fire was raging F«*ur men mere on the upfier ftair umler the naif These were crushed lament h the grinding tindieni aud all the men hurled through the falling H«**r lieneath, whi**h gave way lieneath the weight of the untie*. One of the firemen <m top of the adjoining building ran to the front of the building and shouted to those below: “For (bal'* sake thr*m- water into theup|>er window*. Twenty men ere buried there." Instantly ambulances were telephoned for an*) presently the crowd lielow moaned nuder the portal 1 ti*ais development**. The some on the heap of debris immediately after the col-1h|mc was pitiable ami dreadful lievoud all d»-scription. The limb* of men h**re ami there were s**en writhing, while the trunks ta which they tadonged were buried from sight. A holder lay aer***, tho thro** mon ami was weighted down by tons *»f brick aud timber Another poor fellow, who wa* tieyond all (tain, lay clone liesole his fellows, a sha|*eless ami mangled mass. The lathier lay acmes the stomach of one luau, who was screaming with agony; another man with a broken arm ami twisted l««dy lay next ta bim. As fast as willing hands could hurl away the bricks the weight was removed, but the ladder was Rio firmly held to yield The man with a broken arni was drugged free and cai ried away. Under him, mute but breathing, ap|s*aretl the upturned fare of ti (•••or fellow not M*en before. Tile mortal and dust were cleaned from his Ii|ms, but he wan buried st> deeply that no immediate help could come to him. tin all sill*** blackened and blee* I mg faces, distorted with agony or dreadful iii death, urged the crowd who had anal**! th** heap ta assist them ta* redouble their * (Torts. The debris had fallen so it lay with a val ley sha|ied surface, and this made tho nvnila hie s|wi**e for work very small. There was no pin re to de]»»*it the materials dug from tin* b than of the valley except to throw ti,cm u|*ai the sides of the depression, from w bieh they continually rolled down toward tin* «*< litre again. AU the work of relief was t;.u> curried on with great difficulty, (tile by on*' th** men were extricated, lait as the workers went down further they discovered new victims, and the horror steadily grew Th** forward part of the building still stood high and hurtling Herrely, and threatener I every moment to fall and (airy the rescuers, but they gave no heed to tho peril. On either side the walls towered ami seemed ready to fall, but there was no time ta think of them. As fast as the worker* hereme exhaust**! others (Pled their places, so there was not a moment of delay iii the tailor of relief, Every moment was fille*! with an awful siisjieiiM*. for all were thinking of friends who lay buried lieneath them. Names which men inquire*) after were |>asaed hurriedly from lip ta lip, ami people lieut down to scan closely the blackened and scarred fo**es. Persons who hail friends among the firemen, or among citizens who were supinated to have tam in or near the fatal walls, Im* ame frantic as time jessed anil they cmild get no won! As the wounded were carri***! out of the ruins they were met with embraces and tears of joy. but when the still, broken forms were borne away, motion leal and limp, then it was when the full sadness and horror of the calamity came upon the waiting crowd At this hour [11.30 p. in.) twenty-two men liave lieen taken from the ruins, nine of whom w ere dead and the rest more or lest* injured Others are known ta Lie under the debris, but have not yet been reached. The following is a complete list of the killed ami wounded ; Killed: George Glenn. George Faulkner Andrew Cherry. Albert Hueeman. Ulykkks Glazier. Richard Lowry. Thomas Black. Espy Stormer. JOAN BcRKHAULT. William Hkinzle ('HARLES Jenkins. Samuel Neil. All were firemen. Wounded: Anthony Voltz, pipeman Lew Rafert, fireman. Thomas Barrett, fireman A. C. Mercer, captain of the fire detriment. Samuel W. Neil, pitman Thomas A. Black, pipeman Webb Robinson, pipeman. William Partkk. pipeman; internally hurt; may die. Henry Wooerckf, pipeman:    badly hurt. EBENEZER Leach, pi{ieman, rat and bruised. Tom Tailentyre, foreman of engine No. 2, fatally crushed. William Leong, pitman, slightly hurt. Charles Jenkins, pipeman, Iwwlly bruised.    • William Brinkley, pifieman, Iwdly hurt. John Bcrkhart, pipeman, ttadly hurt about the head. Deck Lowrie, pipeman, iii still under the ruins, as is also Walter Jones, and it is aup-pnned they are both dead. 'lh** Bowen-Merrill conqiany'* loss is $125,-000; insurance, $70,000. Ixwh on laiilding, $30,000.    v Ii. P. Wassoil, dry goods, suffered a Ions of $10,000 by sin*Ae and water, and Bryan) dc Sullivan, dry goods, $5,000. Several smaller stocks are badly damaged. To Increase the Capital stock. New York, March 18.—At a spat ial meeU ing of the New York, Danbury and Bouton miIr*>od yesterday a resolution was (Mused directing that the capital stock be increased from $1,000,000 to $4,000,008. Trust to the coming of new things to iudge what ye a Ii n! I wear,—variety is what the world wants Just arrived a lot of Men's and Boy’fl Velour Shirts worth 50 els. which we Will sell at HT cts. a beautiful line of novelties mJewelry. Sleeve Buttons. Col-lar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Bracelets. Necklaces. Broaches, ('ult Pins, Ear Rings, Ac., all with sets of beat inunltaiion atones in Roll Gold not the cheap tarnish kind. Ladie s Medium Weight Poltanjtibbed Vests only IO cts. Children’s Fancy Fast Black Ribbed Hose worth 15 cts. for 9 cts, Best line of of Aria Shields only Wets, IO cis., 12j cts , aud 15 **t*. Old fashioned linen Note Paper only 5 cia. per dozen, and S juare Envelopes to match at 0 cts for (lackage of 25, this Pajier and Envelopes if sold iii box form would sell for *25 cts. A Special lot of White aud Cream Envelopes for 8 aud 5 cts. a pack of 25 en* ▼elopes. Latest Novelty iii Fancy Box Linen Note Paper for ll) cts., worth 30 cts. A Limited lot of Fancy Box Note Paper for 5 cts School Tablets only 2j cts. School Crayons only 9 cts., per box. Extra Large Writing Tablets Superior Quality Paper for IO cts. —Children’s Large Boxes Fancy Paints only IO c.s, Ladies’ Corset Covers made of superior quality muslin only 25 cts. New Style fancy Novelty Braids very Pretty Designs. Best Quality and finest assortment of Black. White, marble and Colored Table hi Cloth ave quant rs wide only 28 cts. a yard. Fancy Linen Torchon Laces a1) widths aud the greatest variety of iii signs ouly *2 cts., 2$ cts., 8 cts., 3 j cts., I cis., 4$ cts. to 21 cts,, per yard the choicest assortment in the City. Anew and attractive assortment of the Celebrated P. Centenier!, Mousquet* aire, Suede Gloves equal to eight buttons in all the beat sizes. The iii oaf desirable Patterns in Hamburg lion (icings at 38 cts., 45 cts., and 55 cts., per yard these are worth your seeing. UA fine selection of Infants' fancy embroidered White Flannel Hkirtings at the low price of 75 cts., 97 cts., aud »l.25 per yard, these tunnels sell for just about one*half more in other. Infants' and Children's Cloaks aud Robes for $1.25 to $8 50 each Latest Styles and favorite colors. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received ii lull line of* IS Overcoats and Trouserings Kijiiul to any in the city, and at pricvH that will pay you tcsee him befoi a n IT -purchasing. LADIES J ft you want an easy And comfortable shoe. with ii heavy sole, one that will keep your feet dry aud warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong k (Vs Hand V\ elf, com mop Henge shoes. They will please you.-- SULLIVAN & SUN, SIH Centre Street. Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe s. _ ;