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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y , FRIDAY. MARUM 21. 18W. NO. II. B H EV ll ES EN TATI VE USINESS HOU SE!: OF DUNKIRK i NKW III UNI. MAI HINK    nil    >>. /\ M|| kin<l» of bl»uk* I* the i'l'-    " h* Mechanical Department <d Dunkirk PriaUttgf*;om»pa*»y. a LEKANDER’* Ural and A Central Avenue, of pow ie Vi ft ! I J, s-oV All grade. of Hard audlh *K < **; W.-4I Lumber, smug!®* *'«d '* V ' u. i « ialiv    CmleeprmIrnrrr for wI.«• esaie solicited. BK. GIFFORD, ‘JBT! and < mitral Vv* . Art,rue PtH^.apter. In^ntan-u* Photograph* of Bable, a •I"*' ialW. tl 'lUf(r„ aeeij not wa.t for sunshine    foi bable.. Book iii no FHY-,1 amkm Irving, Proprietor, No. MI K- Second struct. near lim* (alo Street, Buiikirk, N. I. “"TC"'* Ji*’ •ic, Pam i»h let., etc., I iou mf in all sty I.‘>*1 promptly attended to. All work guaranteed.^ HlTKt'HKK'H tWR KKHV HOI1HK, JU* Central \ venue. Wboleaale and retail dealer iu I * ported and Joinewtic China. Glassware, A* . Cl HAM. M. MAKKI*. 221 Central Ave to ' / eral Insurance, Life, Accident ami Hi' Before traveling injure your ife in tnt «»Ri reliable “Traveler#'.'* Beal Estate Agent Luana negotiate.! on property. <Z (HAUTAU'(JI A HOT UL, Rates, #1 per day. ivery and Moulding fstnhle in conne< lion. Victor kilter, Sitft and HSI Lion aired. I ITV HA Itll Kit Milt SI* t    Chaa.    Nagle,    Prop., Ider Lake bitore National Bauk, ooruci titer and Third stied®. A fine .took ut >reign and Domestic igam. ION ULIN A WIN. i    33b Cen lei sir**®!, 'radical bon*®-#te>ei a. Fail Jar attention id to interfering boreen. Mtioeiag of road „ trotting ten*#*:# a specialty. |UNK1KK KY'BN ENH ORNERY Kit. Largest Daily in tlie Comity. Au unequalled advertising medium. .I NKIKK BNOINKBKINO COMPANY I I    l    onnert)    exsilew    A Popple. Manufacturer* of Engines, Boiler', Pullet x, bsf ling Hangers, etc. Pattern*, forgings, asta rig », aud Macluue Work to order. I wllNKIKK bl! I KT IO., AH. M> aud MT Ll Center street, Waiiutactarera of th. Oro in well” ami “Duttkii k    I    •    ii    tim* »reai» shirts. tin sale in all leading furnishing, lolhinp aud dry goods houses in Dunkirk. I a r. TOOM KY, ll.    AM    and    EIS    Lion    all Healer in flour, fee*I. alt, Bated Hay, I busti* ie*. ole. Established, IS.,. KIK MOT KL and soiling batoon, Unum \ De|wit Las) SOOesa to all trains and bus-east house*. Boat accumlaudation* for Com erciai Travelers.    w    „ John J. Murphy, I rep. - II CF IIN Si etc. \    l>7 aud 'M E Third street- fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up* ilatcriug. Picture Frame, made loonier. ^ ll. MATT KHON Si CO., 301 Central Ave , naders of fashion and Hen tie mon Guilt Keo. | A BKCC MTK AM H BATINO CO., anufacturer# of blea* Healing Apparatus, sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. ISIK STEAM LAUNDRY. r specialties:    Fine blurts, bs ; Collars, tiffs, Ac, and Lace Curtains. I rt e Deliv-A W . Cum ming*, MT Center street. IC OKUM. E. Third at., cor. of Buffalo ifaeiurer ami dealer in fine Hoot* A Mime* SNHY WKIl.KK’M NKW MT*IKK, in. I Third st. Books, stationerj, .Musical In Bents, Magazines, Daily aud W eekiy Paton • everything pertaining to a ilrst class L*.k » Behoot Book* a specialty. ll PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rates by Duntirk Printing Company, 8 ami lo E. bec*md bt.| I. VAN BUREN A BON, fire Life, Accident and General insuresDeu -n Heal Estate and iaavns. Par.uulai mull paid U* Hie cire of properly collect ■♦•nts Ac. 21V11 .enter at.. 2nd floor. IO ROK’* PH ABM ACY, JO© Central Avenue ^quarters for W’all Paper Pan.ta, Oils, Ac. I (CKK INS, J. W., AW Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Hat neas.bn I Ie-. idles, collars, Trunks,W hips, Buffa! > R*»te»s, >r*e Cover# I Hove* Mittens and Sleigh Bol*** k BC HOLT KM. 17 fast Third street, bb tunable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it to sir ml vantage to call on me tefore* purr basin,, tew bere A K. CAKY A CO., #    3-^i    Li*»n    »tr»et .General Mar*iware,W biti' UmUNilTumusr't ppiics. v»ii Cloth*, Giai. U* W are. A special «»f bheraru. W illiam* Pa **taml Monroe range. I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ^1 ODD A KT A < <»., Patent Attorneys, fil.t 7tl -t , Millington, 11 I , opp. I’. 8. latent Of flee Patents, Caveat and Be Issue* aerated, fistic Marks registered. All Pat**nt Rum hem-iondueied for imsterate fee*. Information Id vice and *|»ecu»l reftreares sent on re«|ueat ..'.ini I.. V-l'ill itll A MONTH < an be made Ll l« tL*9,m working for u*. Persons preferred wi o ran furnish a horse and give their who)* ime to the bufcint ss. Spare raotnen's may Ive profil-ihfy employed al o. A few v ae amies in town indtiiies, B. L KlHS'SON A CO., ta*. Main St.. Kichmond, Va. rmon Elders* Book ai st re i'inn, mailed fie* to tBarrkd Lit Crvsush, SUK (aland St. Kaw I ark TJ (ENT! BLAIRS IIOl’KS ULAM LD. In the Merchant* Bunk Building Inquiie of tf    Jacob    W'irtneror    frank    May. sphinx i8!io I i D. MATTESON cfc CO WAIT FOR y \ (J Spring Hat, Saturday. March 1st Call and See Them > ULI NG. such blank-book-, ledgers, and k a I kinds of blank-dom* at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IO K. Second >1. I i POI PM MOLDKNH vt I *> V    Cor. Thinl aud Buffalo St?*., Dealer in Granite, Marble, f lagg<ng and Building btone. Call on in* before buy lug your side-walk imlky a co.. 7 and si fast front street. Whisky, Wines. Brandies. General Liquor Sum* for family Use. llltKKT WK lf, Lion street, near the depot, uintiug, bale, fee*! ami Livery stable, ihug by the day or week on reaaonabb as. J* J. ttirPOHD. Nil Central Ave. I i QMtni Insurance aud Ileal fatal* ■nu fi're. Life, Accident, .im' Live -i I ranee. Prompt attenUon gis n t*> ba i., selling Beal Kstate. C. Third #U, cor Deer. it Market. fresh, >>ait an Lard, Sausages, Oyster* an KS. C. Penfold Manufacturer ami I ai porter, aid M AIN sr., Ill l f VLO, N.jY. OKAI.FU IN Diamonds,    W    atelic and Jewelry, < l*«*k-, bdv.Tvvare, I eathcr *,**.«!-, el,•. USG ti A I/.VG, GGLlt ,f <1L VK ti PLA TISH HIS EDUCATIONAL BILL IS DEFEATED IN THE SENATE. The thirling of His loudest Aspiration# Beaten by a Very Small Majority. He I* N«»t Iris.mirage,I Yet-—The House I Unseat • Air. Compton and Meats Mr. .Mi»*td—Other Business. W a mu I NOTO M, March 21.—-In the acuate yesterday. aft*-r Mr. Cockrell piv-ented the 1 l*rot*--t of (bt Pork Pack**!*’ aKsociation of I Ht. Uam N?«;n»t th,* hill t<<r the iuK(MM*tion ] of meat*, wnich was rvferr**d, the ♦*,iu<*a* tioiial hill wa- taken up. After brief remark* bv Mr Bate. Mr Blair n--** to *•!»»»** the delicto He said t(sat he kstk,**! ufsm the education *d tile f>d<»re<l jieojile a- the solution * rf tim race question. But the white people constituted tim gtvui ii iii.—of file nation: and on their condition depended the I future of the Unit«*d State*, ami on til* j future of the I lilted States th** future of the world. The -ensti* then proceeded to vote on the j bill and amendmente. Th** first vote wa* on the three amendments I offered bv Mr. Motsly of S,»uth Dakota to the I effect tiiaf the illiterate among the Indians ; hall la* include*! in the calculations. Mr. Blair said that there wa* no object bai to the amendment*. Mr. Edmunds took tile op|n>riiinity of speaking to tile amendment** in order to defend flu* *-oust i tuti< anility of the bill. Ile asserted that there wa- no moral or legal I olietacle iii th** constitution bi the bill. He) favore«i th** bill for the effect it wtwU have 1 ujsmi the new stat***, ami ul-o ujsai the southern stat**?*, in the latter it would diminish th,* friction between th,* ignorant blacks and th** intelligent a list or a- v. He believed that w hen the |»o*»r c*»|or,*«t )a*ople (ranic to know) a little more they would s*-e that the land owner. Ha* man of education aud projs-rtv, j was their l**-t friend ami that it would lie ladler to entrust, hun with the a*lmims1ra- i teal of |t*al affairs than t*» entrust it to ignorant men. Mr. Missly's amendments were a:rr,asl to. The -enate then pr<s*,*e»led to vote on the I thinl reading arid engross,lieut <»f the bill. I When the v*,f«* was conclude,! and it was kt.owu that it had r«--ult*-l against the bill I Mr. Blair chaip’tsl hi- vote fnun yea to nay. sn a- t<» mat* a motion to reconsider. The rv-ult wits tii**n amiouiussi as:    Yeas, 31; i lays. :i7, as follows: Yet* (It-*piiCleans) Messrs. AU»*ri. Allison, liandter. I uh,'ii. baw«*s. Ditph, FMinuiitls Kvmts, Iliggins, lto.ir, Mi'MiIian, Man-u*raon. Mitchell, M'KHtv, M trrili, PiMtigrew, Plait SpiUv, .-tacfonl Stewart bt.skaridge, T**l-r. Wilson of Iowa. lK*m*srats) Itir **nr, C-tquitt, Daniel, I (ie >rg**, HamfMon, Hear t Pasco, I*turh -.11 >a\s ut‘ptiuii -an-) Almeh, Blair, Davis, Dixon. Farwell. Frye, ll tie, Hawk-t, Hi-c«»ck Ingalls, J*'ii**- of Nevada, Pier ,*. Plumb, Sawyer, j Sherman. 8 o*n *r, A'ol«'ott (Is* no rat -) Iktte ii ny, Black bura, Blodgtdt, t ‘ockrell, <v.ke, j laid n<*r. Gonu>n, Gray, Mar na, J,mc* of Arkansas. Keima. 'loriran. Pay ne, Began, Turpfe*, j Veal, V,mr bee-. Walthill. SV,l-*n St The fttliowuig jmirs were HniKHUicd: | Messrs, lintier, Vance, Paddock, Cos»*y, (»dc on, Brown aiel Call, w ho were for th*' bill, ‘ with M.—rs, Quay, Mel ‘her-. >u. Ku-t is, Ran- ! som. Washburn, Be.-k and t'ntneroii, who I were o|ij»*Hil t*» it. Mr. Blair entered a motion to n-*oiwi<ler the v«*te, and then, on motion of Mr. ! i Until id-, the -*>n.tt«* prods* 1***1 i*» ****n-i*l* r executive bu.-im m au*i anon after tuli<*urnt-l 1 in I iii:    hoi    st:. Washington, Match 21.—In ti * In him* yester*lay th* -enate bill nu- pa--**.I (with nu amendincnt striking out the u(>|>r*ti>rtitting clause) for a |nil«Uc building at Burlington, in., At a limit of c**-t of .-iou.if Hi. »*ii mot ion of Mr. Mai-h of Pennsylvania a bill was i ais-* si for a | ai bl i. laid.ting at York, Pa., ut a liu.it of **o-t of yso.o ii. Tee »tot: e tlieu resumed (saudderatirm of the Itll, xi-t’onipttwi contest***! el* • • . ut <-a-e, an*) *' fis addr*- cd by iii*, t tnj'fon, th** sitting mend'* r. iii Iii- own iiehaif. After leviewing the tesdmginy in th** «•«-*», lie said in (s*u lu»io<i: **l only want lo .-av that I suppose th*- guillotiiM* i- randy an*l the ax -.harp ne*L lf this is - >, th** victim is remly, aud. while he falls w ith th** hot breath of earnest probed on his Iii -, be w ill fall with ait a quiver. I am ma*]**, I ho;*e to God, of that cin*i **f stulf tiiat *l»**s not know h*»w to “crook the pr*'.na*c hinges **1 til*1 knee, that thrift rn iv follow fawning." [Apptouae « h th** I n rno* :ati« id ] At ti.e «*! *-•• of th** debate Mr M «s»re of Texas, on tiehulf *>f th** committee tai el**<*-tioiis, «»irerttl a r**soluti*m de* laring Compton en tit tex I to the seat, This was defeated— va I hi, nay# 155. Th** majority resolution declaring Mud I entitled t*> th** scat was adopt*-iI yea* l.Y.1. nays JLT Mr. Mud*! th«*n apfwared ami took th** oath of office amid lui.ch applause from the galleries \lr Morrow of California n. ovd that the PRIVATE WILD’S CASE Swiu* ten-al tonal le-tlniony Int rod ared st lh* Court Martial. Chicago, March HI.- The members of the Steel** court martial were treated to wane thing of a M'lisation at the opening of th* tlii d day’* session ymtcrday ami the sutae-qu***it pr*a**-siings were anything but agreeable to ex Private Wild, Lieut. Steele’s ac t uner. Just as soon as the record of Wednesday had I*.***ii reail Lieut. Crowders of couuwl for Hbsde mformeil the r-ourt that seine i 1111«* it ** 111 uiidiwxivered eviden**e had come into his paseaflie, He went on to say that tIii-*-** flays ag*» Wild visited the general office* of the 1«*'#1 re**ruiting sergeant and in the course of a lengthy conversation, plentifully interlarded with vile ejuthcta. had fat*-*! that he lane a js-namal grudge against Nt*x'le an*) ha*I at last a chance to get even lie intended, he said, to get him imprisoned or ca-Inbred. Wild went on to say that Steel** hail on**** refused to do him a favor an*l iii «'«*ns*Njncii*e he wa* “laying for him.” Th is was th** first chance he hail gotten. In ordinary circumstances he would have done the work <I*-sired by Steele, lait he ma*!* up his mind that lit* wouldn’t and said a-much to til** men of his troop when Steel* amit for him. Several of these men watched him out of the window at the time of the now famous w *rin I mage to see if he kept his word. H»* went on in a bn»ggad*s*ial manner to -ay that Im* had served fifteen years in the army. but hail never yet got a five years discharge fi*»»m any company. He promised to make a- much money out of the row as he could -<* long as tile museum* were willing to pay him for peeing as a freak. As to bls previous service under the name of Ward, he said that the dine Insure came from a man ti-.in*-I Warren to whom he had written, and who had I•*“en cur enough to give him away. j After this statement had l****n rand, Wild wa- recalled and questioned regarding th**! truth of each |>n rug mph. His invariable re-j lies w* re: “I won't answer.” “That'* got M.thing to do n itll this case.” “I'm "not on I trial " Iii reply to a question to the «***urt he ! a*llicr<xl t*» his statement made Wednesday j fiat no private could testify against nu ofti- ; cer without tieing afterward* oppressed by: that officer, but on being closely prcssssl saki that la c«.iil*l n*it remember a ca-** of the kind. Bergen ut Antoine Weurith of the l*x*al re cruitiug station, a <lignitie*l officer with an Itiipn—ive manner, was then called and con-liniusl the statement that Wild bad talked as r*‘|M*i t*si ll** -aid that he hail never seen Wild lictor** ami had never met Ideut. Stc**le. Un th* oc*-ast*ai in question Wild had re-|#*at*dly I s >ftst * si of the way in which he ha*! |«id the grudge toward St«***le. Wild had volunb-crcd all the information ami was ted solicited to say anything. By order of th** court Wild wa* brought in with Post Trader Comma*, who I lear- a clone tv-* ml Ranee to th* former, and the two were confronted with Weurith. Th** wit!**-', rising ami pointing at Wild. * did in impressive tones: ' That is the man who talked in my office.” Wild s eyes flashed, his fingers worked | n**rvi u-Iv, ami he s*x*ine*l atsait to spring at his accusor. “Icivi- the r*s*rii.'' said the judge advocate in a sharp ton**, ami Wild alKmt-fa«*ixi ami retired with a swagger. Sorgf. Harrigan *»f the Eighth <*avalry was then «vi Hts I ami testified regarding Lieut, st** I**- invariable ixiurtcsy ami gentlemanly ! lavtring *ai all occasions toward the enlisted I iii**n Th** immense audience was largely coni- ; po- I of mom I (ors of tie* regular array and militia, ami during the recess there was a j coli-eusus of opinion that the *levelopiiientH on th** jat.-t two • lay* would bring the s**usa-tional affair to a cl*ate w ith Lieut. Nt«-«*le'-vindicatioii. A FORM JONE CO.NCLFSIOX. THE CAPITULATION OF THE MtNE-OWNERS WAS EXPECTED. They Mere Compelled to Submit or Suffer an Irreparable Loss of Custom—Th* Tailors of Hanover Object to Tholr Present Mage*—Another Vacant Seat Millet* the I.il»erals May Win. London, March 21.—The fact that the mine* which had promptly made tenns with the striker* were of sufficient capacity to Ripply the minimum needs of manufacturer* ami thus prevent a ct ml famine mad** it certain that the strikers would win a complete victory. For the remaining mines to hold out against the miners' demands would merely have Urn for them to see all the custom going to th** mines which had resumed operation*. The settlement of the strike w a* therefore a foregone conclusion after the events of the ttr-1 day, ami iii yielding to the demands of the men so early the mine ow ners have saved themselves a crippling loss of business. The public **onsiders the advance in wages a ju-t one, in vi**w of the g**s| prices obtainable for th** product. an*l the result is regarded with general .satisfaction. STRIKES IN OEHM ANY. J<als>r troubles in Germany continue in the face of the international conference which the enqieror ao confit lent iv expert* to settle git such disagreement* forever. The tailor* of Hanover arc striking against the me th* sh) by which their employer* seek to reduce tlu*ir slender incomes, and the condition of the working clasts in Mavence is so unsatisfactory that an order similar to the Knights of l*alior. w hich ha* recently lieen formed there. is acquiring remarkable solidarity, ami presents what th** employer* of all kinds of lal*»r con-idrr a iii-na- ing front. ONE MORK OPPORTUNITY. The death of Mr Edmond Swotenham, member f**r t’amarvt*n, IVnaservative, *>fs*ns a chance for the Lils-rais t*> acquire an*'flier scat in the hon-**. The UL ral- lichi th* Carnarvon sent up to I *V» and were L*at«*n in .the last election, there l**ing so narrow a majority that in view of the rei***ni undoubted increase iii the Liberal strength all over the <*ountry they are sure to regain the seat at this el****tion. News from Germany and comments u|«>n the portentous events there continue to occupy lh** almost exclusive attention of the I ahs I* *n pres.-. Few lsdieve that Capri vi will remain permanently iii the chancellery. That he is a man who could cxmduct the high office with great ere*lit to himself ami safety bt tile nation is agreed on all sides, hut the general L*li**f is that th** enqieror would prefer a younger and more aggressive character —one more iii *> uqtathy with hi* own feelings—at the head of affairs. Tile fact is 1**-iieved to Is* that tit** emp<*ror «h-sii*e« in css»*m*e, though he «*anm»t in apl tea ranee, to g**t rid fit all <tlista**Ie> to hi- al*-**itit<* <s.ntr**l of tie* g *\crnnient. \Vh**ev»*r may per mallei! th L mc «*h*in**cii »r U'ilh.lm II will sha)ie th** policy of th** na! ion without Iteing oblige*! tonexlify his actions on the a*lvi**e of any iniiu.-ter. i Ii** S. -cmlisfs are passive for the time Ling, waiting for the announce- j nient of th** new government's j*oli**y, but their leader- say they cx|ie<*t no coucr-sious from any goverrunent of the pres**nt emperor BUILDINGS MUST COME DOWN. HALF THE STORY TOLD. Testimony In th* PROTECTING THEIR INTERESTS. I’• il'ilifs 'I* ii M’atcliiiii; the New House Tariff Bill. Washington. Mar**h 21.—Tile Republican riHMiib r-of Uh* ways ami means rxMuniittee v*« r. 'n c*ad'-mile** f»*r -*»vcral hours endeavoring t*> ttiii-h their tariff bill, so as to have it r* aly to pi*—lit to th** full committee lode.. Th re i- lait -light proliability that this will L* done, however. All day the in-diviilual men»t«*rs **f the committee were best I bv n prc **ntativ«*s of the various interests that will I»* afT*s*t*sl by the bill. A large d**!**gation of Boston shoe m**n entered proti-t* u^.iiu-t features in the bill. The smelter- mid refiners were on hand to obj«s*t f.» any change from the d«s*ision of *r**tary of the trr*asury, allowing lead c**me in five when mixtsl with silver, cxc-.sis tile had ore in value. The rn of placing a duty on lead ore is still ins* ami was considered without re-tlie Republican ntemliers of the <*oni-Tday. Most of the time *qs*nt in v». as devoted to the duty on raw t< tle- on* whi h quest h iii a!«**>. suit bv mitt**** ye consultati silk mum ii lot! id tug .1 an .* of th of the pern win**Li Mr. adjournal** Ii* Mi-** g*> into «*o: further comd Ie prmt i *n bill, pc Misi ippi ut’ iv* was 122. na vs I-Mr. Mon * \ \ nays Hit. jtt' is lo.*. Th.* onion i ti**** ilium- bat civ Ii*rn-** a* ->:lo p iii. adtinrtkd. whole for the :<»u ll.* it aopne liter of I A »t — Haiti* 'ii w as then a. rod to me! th* vc Nr. vv t* ubur llill*l ie*- Fiiut rn A COMPLETE LINK OP HOUDA Y GOODS .'Kl I >1 VIN ST ICI-: KT, 'iniHS't** Imuuoi* Hole!. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured time, 52. Giittnilia '4 liiiot, i. K, March 21.— I be trad •lordly wa- slo)>|y and ills: a*, :,i mile: Carlow fir t. at Gut-*lc**p iii Dvnn- titnc. New fit leans Ko* es. New uri eans. March 21.—Yesterday’s raw- n-siilbsl as follows: I i i t ra<* *, Ti i furl*Rigs: Somerset first, I .adv Bl ckLuru secmul, Crispi no third; time, t *oii*1 ra<v, ■» mile:    Semaphore    first, ! * * * I*. -<* *n i. H***'lv John third; time, I HJS1 j. i i ii • I r:u ***, ' j mile:    Flora ne first, Bete .ai. in -'■cond, \ isc*»untcss thir*l; time, 51. l'«*urth roc©, I mile ami *«» yards:    I    inn    ie ii •* t * i i»i r* -I* I ll i lark st*coml. Bonnie King third; tim.*, I Filth race, 1milt*:    ('actinian first, I>*x- ingtoii S s***oiid, UicilU* thinl; time, 501^. mite second, B12 Brown Jug third; 1:22 V Second mw. selling, <*’.. furlongs: (in remail first. IViidkw hiss.rn I, Ralph Black third; tiim*. I :ffU! Thinl rate, mil**: Owen G*dden first, Fnvsiotn Mxxjtni, Blessed tliinl; time, 1:211. Fourth race, m Ibng, M mile:    Mamie Hay first. John Jay second, Harwood thinl; time, I ,. Fifth ra t*, selling, for 2-year-old.-. mile: B*-t Boy first, Priscilla svond, I bittie third: •* ABMtNtSTERINO Pt. MAtRCS' QOlO£N SKC'.BC. It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tines of foot!, without the knowledge of the |*!> son taking It; ll la absolutely harnile-a (md w*ll etrert a permanent ami speedy rare, whethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS " »’ GUARANTEE a complete cure la evei v instance. 41* page book FREE Address In * •nfld*'n*,e, ruLOEN SPECIFIC CO. 105 Rat ? St.. Clarin*att.® JF.WEI.KY, kl . orora Kailnaet W»u*h. airing a sjieeiafty. SPI pf. 83 E. Thirdjtt. Merohant Tailor. XI# Contra I A *»*o»* I* KOK KIWI ON AL Sixth me**, M mile:    Wanderm    -ut    tii>t. Bay Bulge s**«***n«l, Bhu-k-tom* third; time, 1:»». HU N«*i*;lib*»rs Didn’t I **r»;« t Him. Cynthiana, Ky., March 21. - Two years ag** Ben Gruel of Robinson Station, this Couutv, *l«*flaude*! several citi»*us of tliat The Miscoii-in Aline Fire. V sn land, YV is., March 21.—A Hurley, Wi-,, -jxs ial says: Binoke is still flouring from No. 2 -haft at the Germania mine, showing it to be still on fir** L*iow. The niana r- hope tin* flames will not enter tt^ rooms an*! drifts, but will smother out in the -haft- It is inijsiNsible to ascertain the exio*t amount of damage until the fire is out an i til* mine cleared of amoke. No further att«*Mip1a have been made to fiml the L(dies of l ullivan, Weller, Banks ami the two strangers, as nearching f»arti«*8 (-annot get below. No. 2 shaft wan ruined down to the fourth level by caving. New Corporations. Albany, March 21.—John Tillinghast, Tlosi*l"i** ll. Baker and John M. Tillingha-t, all of Ct ion, filed artu-les of inc*Aep*vration of Catarrh ROLPH, M D.. Physician and Surgeon cr Lv a’s Drug "torc. Residence,Central \\**» u Telephone No. B. La!I* may be left at Lvon a. ELY'S Cteara Ba m t't **»»»***• the Nasal rsWMtn tlldO rain and Inflammation.^ ii a1- lh** So: s. It* -tor**- the Senses of Tmtr and Nine)I. no 1 he cm HAY-FEVER A particle *** applied ate each nostril and is agreeable* ITira cents at Druggists; by mail registered .(Wet*. K LY URI >1 IlfRN.Vi VV arrcn tree I, New I ork. ■ ndgbUvihol of snug Mims of money by j the Utica Publishing; company, w ith a shirk negotiating for stork and making pavment with bogus check*. Cl******* upon th** h****ls of his misde*sls ht* tits I to tile mountains of this state an i did not return nut ii a few days Mood. His two years alienee did not effa**e tile old grudges against him for his wrong doing, ami he was *ei/t*d by a mob of aLnit twenty fiersous. taken to a grave yard nearby ami hanged. I lh** I .a rn It Trial Begun. Toledo. O., March 21.—The taking of haiti mon v in tile Lamb trial b»vnn yesterday. Richard Brown, the Youngstown merchant whose name w as sigmsl to the ♦50,11110 of notes, (tented that he ever signed the notea or ever mete tile madame or I .amb. Mrs. Nearing of the First National Link related how the Imnk had come into jswurasion of the note*. of £ I ,-VMi t<» publish a new-jiaper. The Christian Weyand Brewing company of Buffalo was incorporated yestenlay with a capital of UN I UDO. The Miller Brewing ••oui, n\ of R*s-bester filed a certificate of index- of stock fr«Mii f I.VU MIO to #250,000. Tile in nose was ooncturrad iii by all the stock te d* let A*. shaky St rad ii re* at I iidianapnlis That Are Doomed—A S.»*l Case. I Nm anai** >i.is, March 21.—The Liard «*f in-*1 lectors ass* t ii hie* I to examine the buiklings on either side of the Bowen-Merrill baikling decided that the Wa—*in ami Klotin blocks will have to la* tom d**wn, and pre J* rations are tieing made to do no. Th** rear half of the Becker block, yet standing, will L* pulled down fir-t. an*! it is thought that when it falls the Sloan bl*s*k w ill tumble als ». Mayor Sullivan has *lecid*»d that all buildings -up-l«*s***l to L» m a shaky condition must L* in-qiected, ami all that are bauld to be unsafe will L* torn down. Tim wreck of the Bo wen-Merrill and Becker buildings had c*»ob»*l -uffi iciitly yesterday to allow workim-n t*» resume operations, but it was decuU*d to wait until all po-sibilitieH of another accident bal been ram*ired before renewing the search for Fir**man VVo*»lnifT* body. WoodmfTh w illow is in a state Laddering upon insanity. She bore up brawly under the news of her huslMtnd’s death and requested that his remains la* brought here rather than taken to the morgue. Ever since Tuesday morning the heart-broken woman has watch* d without taking retd, for th** re-n tai us of lier hunband. When t**l*l *-arly yesterday morning that another building had fallen over his L*ly her anguish was heart rem 11 ag. In spite of the adv ii v of loving friends she continue* her wa Uh for her lieloved dead. far th® Praseeutton Flack ('as® All In. New York, March 21.— Samuel H Smith was the fir-t wit new* for the prosecution in the Flack trial yesterday. He was th® hute band of Margaret Smith He hail kaown Flack for twenty years. He saw him at a club house 011 Long Island at the time of the exjxmurc. He said something to Flack about tile advi-ability of getting Mrs. Raymond out of New York, and Flack gave bim $185 fear his expense* in getting her away. Witness nub-***jt!■ *ntlv saw Mix Raymond and took her. U-gather w ith his own w ife and the boy Eddie, tx* H**benectady ami to Amster* dam, wher»* he left her. Gun Rooter was recalled He overhear*! a conversation between Mrs. Flack and a gentleman whom he nx-ognized by bis voire as Will Flack. The lady said: “What are you *l<*ing here? Why don't you go I sick to New York? You know all I wanted was a **q»ar-at ion ” The gentleman answered: “Well, I know that. Y«hi know fattier was after me all th® ti nm.” The latter j«art of the answer was stricken out, On cross-examination Boeder said he was a World reporter and had Imen ordered to Newburg, a dispatch having been received saving that Mix Flack was then* W. S. Wright was the next witness Ha testified that Meeks hail told him that his (Mi right’*) father need not worry aLiut the cam*; that he would lie protected as an attorney of record. James ll GonnoIIy testified that Meeka ha*! asked hun if Mr. Wright was in town ami upon his answering no, Meek* had said: “That s right; let bim keep out of town and keep his mouth shut. Anyhow he is only an attorney of record and I will see that th® matter is hushed up. On L ing cro*»-examin<xl Connolly said this was the **n!y time Meek* had spoken to him confide! 0 illy He was a clerk in VY right's offh-e and hail himself drawn uj* the affidavit to the above facts. He did not know how th® prosecution got hold of the affidavit. Cha ides Ii F'umI lek, foreman of the grand jury iii Hepteinlw-r, IHNff, testified that the Flacks ami Micks had given some testimony I**fore the grand jury after a caution had Lien administered to them. Mr. Meeks wa* iii error if he understood that what Ii® t*-ti tit*! at I hat time would not lie use*I in a criminal pros*.aition against him. Tile prosecution here offered in evidence the oaths offered to the d<*f* ii tents. Jerome Brady, stenographer of the grand jury, testified that lie had ta\**n down the defend/tut*' to-tiinoiiv before th** grand jurv and id**iiiiii si a transcript of all testimony taken during that session of the grand jury. Stenographer Brady was the first witness sworn atter recess. He read the test in tony given by tho elder Flack before the grand jury. Flack was questioned as to the wliere-alsails of Mims Raymond, but he could not tell where -he wa.- at the Wine He san! that the idea of getting a divorce *»cciirr(sl to him ten or twelve year® ago. There ha* I l*een no conspiracy against his w ife. What she had wanted was to avoid publicity in the divorce chs®. Sh** ha*! consented to everything, and everything had been ntttually agreed upon. At the concitation of reading of this teetiimaiy tim distiict attorney announced that th** prose**utuni rested. The ilefcn- will o|- !. to-day. STr. fffirrtsnn Kao Dark. Ben*.ifs Point, Dicki.ng Club, Md., March 21.- President Harrison spent yesterday L-tweeti the shore and the club house. II** went int** the blind at 7::Ufo’**l*K*k with his *1'nblc-Lirreted gun aud waited for th** wary dock. Iii half an hour hi* |*aticn*c was rewarded. A single jiair skiuinaal along the water ami rested almost in front of the blind. The executive marksman |*op|icd Lith laurels, but only one bird su«x*iiiuIwh1 to his aim. This satisfied the president, however, and he returned to the club house, returning to the blind ut IO o'clock again aud tw i*-* during the afternoon, his record for the day !*eiug four ducks. The president, Senator S* wall, Mr. Knight, Col. Dale an*I other iimmiiLtk of tile club ilined at < o'clock on a I«*rf of the fruit- of Hie president's marksmanship. The president ha- <le* i*l*sl t«* re-maio her© until Saturday. NEW* YORK’S LUNATICS. No Immediate Need of Mnney. Washington, March 21.—The sjieaker laid liefnre the house yesterday a letter from the secretary of war transmitting the rej«ort ai the Mississippi con unix-ion in further re-m)liaise to the house resolution of March 15, relating to the flo**ds u(ion th** Mix-ixsi[»pi river. The rejiort is made by E. B. Comstock, colonel of engineers. He states that in hi* opinion the commission has as much money as can wisely !<e used in the protection of government teves, works and plant, *0 fur as the same may bo practicable during the present fl'Kwl, unless there should lie further heavy rains, in which ease #150,000 additional would ii® Heisted. Thus far, though the river at several pants, is higher than ever before, but four serious breaks have l**eit reputed to bun, ami from them the danger to life is not great. But any additional ri-e would cause widespread di-a-ter ami even as it is, t he (hinger of disaster is very great. Iii conclusion he says that seven strainers aiel barges could be supplied to give aid to those iii {ieril. it hat They Disagreed I'pon. BERI.IN, March 21 -Tile North German Gazette deuie* that Prince Bismarck's r»*«ig-tiatiou wa* ** uuected w ith differences arising I let ween the chancellor and the emperor over the labor c*>nf*ience. The diaper declares that th * differences mainly referred to coo-stituti 'ual questions such as the limita of ministerial rt-spomubility, and the relation! tliat sh mid hxi-t lietwecn the presnlent of the almistry ami his colleague#. Th® T**f»uhl® In the TrMii**vaal. IiOND*in, March 21.- News from Pret »ria, the capital of th** Transvaal republic, is to the effect that un address ha- been precented to President Kruger by the Boers. In Hie address th** Boers annoum*e their rendin*s« to revenge themselves upni the perpetrators of the insults lately cast upon th flag of the republic at Johannesburg. Replying to the address, the president dtemis-es th** affair as the work of drunken rowdies ami dei Lares tliat the moas of the p’< ]>1** **f the Transvaal are friendly to the republican form of government. _ McAulifT®** I hallenv;® to Aiver. New Yoni; March 21.—Jack M* Auliffe, the champhai lightweight pugilist, telegraphs from San Francisco that, win or I*-**.* to-day with Jimmie Carroll, he will fight Billy Myer for any sum from #5,000 to #10,000 a side. The Police Gazette champion belt and the champe m-hip of the world, but not for any less. McAuliffe say# he Is in g*x*l con ti mon and expects to win. Til*- I »* -! I lee*ion Contest. Washington. Man h 21 Th** in* inL*rs of th** holts*' c< iniuittee on ete**tiotls L li<*ve that th* In-t of the contested election ca es will lie decided by the cmniiiitteeaud ready to r«p>rt to Hie house by May I, ami in view of this an informal agreement ha- tieen mode that the sub-corn in it tee app»inte*l bf investigate tin* contested election <*asc of ('la v I on against Breckinridge, and the **ir<*uiiistnn<*es con-iiecte*! with tile murder of CoL Clayton, will l**av® for Arkansas so s**»n after April H as pinct i'ttble. The Democratic iii* rn liers of the cot unlit tee may offer some objtvtion bi leaving the city during the pendency of contest*-*! combs, but the Repttplican menders think that there will lie no delay on this account. The sub-committee will he absent aln 'Ut three week. Ili-Iiofi K-lier’s Trial Reading, Pa.. March 21.—In the trial of Bishop E-her of Chicago for unchristian conduct, th*- moraine yestenlay was **•« tipied in reading the extensive correspondence between th*' bishop ami th® investigating «*om-mitteo. The hi-hoj* having L*en in( itcd by the commitb*e to come to Beading ami he examined, curtly ref us* st, saying:    “Of    the sci iou-m*ss of the charges. I will -(leak in my own tune, lf God spares my life that time will ismie Latter the bishop wrote that th® correspondence niti-t cease as he hail already been examine*! and exonerated in accordance w ith church discipline. He returned the cofiy of the charges ami refused to submit to a second examination. THE ASSEMBLY PASSES THE INSANE BILL, 69 TO 50. A Lively D»I»at® Pr®®«d®*l th® Yet®—Th® 8up|Mirtetx of (Ii® Hill Clian»®tcria®<l a* •' Htrkly s®utia>®ntali«U"—Hlnfhsmtos %-V t ii iii Held I |i md N|,    1    turn    pl*    **( State I i»-t it ut Iou*. Albany, March 21.—-In th** ao*’inblv tw-terday Hie insane bill was di-ouw.l at Mime length. Mr. Tteyo op|s®»**i| the bill, aurin,', uiemL*rs shouhl not la* carried away bv their syni-[iMthieA. If the countiea were not making adc(}uatc provisions mr chronic («iu}***r insane, the state L*anl could remove the insane to state asylums. Methought th** state asylum* were overerowiied and abune* should tw corrected. Beheld up Binghamton asylum as an awful example ami read official reports cotnmcmliiig county asylums. Mr. Mas** held that county en re was in-eompttrably |*s*rer ttian that given by the state. State asylums were overcrowded, but this bill provided for enlarged state a-i In ins. County institution! ore ri lie* of Iwrlwi i-m. Mr. Bu-h dwelt ut tome length **n the condition of the l ister county poorhouse and farm. Those back of the bill, he d**clar**d, were “sickly MentiinentaliHt*” who ha* I forimsl a lobby for brcakingdow n theci»untv system. Mr. Greene sjs*k® against the bill. Mr. Acker defended the bill. He said tin* expenditure would **nl\ L> about -Jot.usi. The empire state can afford to L Ininuim' It waa a quest ion between skill and tenonim-e In the treatment of the insane. Th** men who were Linking the bill were aL»\® reproach. Mr A minis offered an arnemlment to ex empt Fria dainty, as New York, Kin.* - ami Monroe hail already I wen exempt.' I from tho ojierntiou* of the bill. FiV «*oiuit\ had ample facilities for the caret of it- in ..ire Mr. Hilt s}**ke against th** amendment. He was partly in favor of th*' »>t . i s I I ll lf Hi ie county wa- exempted other count *s woukl ask to Iw Th® aim was to remove Bucare of the insane from the realm of war*i oimI oonnty politic!. All philanthropists, all men and women of exjierience, the State Bar association, ami two state medical a— cia tions were urging the bill. Mr G reene offered an amendment that th** •tate should pay for the cost of dim ai** Us I county asylum* according to appeal ii <>t a commissi*m apjwanted bv tile p<>ver»ior, Mr. Hbeehaiistip|H>rte*i r. Amini* amend nicnt. Messrs. Selln-k ami Hendeison ««pjs»s*sl the hill Mr. Bl iinentha! favored and Mr. Fear all Op|M»sed the bill. Mr Fish sai.l that the opposition came from avarice and scltlshne— It was the duty of th® state to give tho insane th1 L L care pomihie and that roukl cully la* found in state asylums. The cost was not enough to weigh again-t th** lull. The amendment of Mr. Andrus was then put ami voted down —yeas, 14. na\ -, HL Mr. Greene's amendment was then \oted down yeas, 411. liars, Ll. The bill wuf. t Ic ‘ii ordered to a third re ad ing and Mr. Acker moved the call of the bouse, which motion was !**st. The vote on the final |*assage of th** bill was then taken, ami th® bill pa- * *1 yea.-,tU; nays, 50, as follows; Y*-*s Abbey. Acker, Andrus, Baltei.Hee Marion, Blan* ht!'*ld, Hluiii *nthal, Boy****, B u jf«*r*i, Hratty, J. Irving Burns. R p. Burch, W. Cl Byrne. T. F. Byrnes, Connelly, Coon *y, i**»rn*‘ll, ( >urf-nay, Curtis. !>®f»uy-ter, Dink**l**|>i®». Fish. F ffs. Gardener, Gilitis, Gillie®, UretHinger. Ilaffn**r, Hitt, Hoag. Huson. AlL*rt Johnson, Jon***. Kerrigan, KiuiLil , king. Lannon, R J L e i-*, M g*. McBride. M* Kniglit, Mi T <*i ii.tn, M*'iinlng*»r, Monaghan, Mullaney, Nolan, J, J <>'C**rmor. Bag**, realer, Pierson. Rhodes, Riley,    Kano • era. A*hajiff, S1ii ff<*r, Shields S »h n r, J ll Stevens. Nelson Stevens, Stenarf, Sn,/ *r. Totnp kins. Van Yrs ck eu, Webster, Weed, Willis, Wia-i , t he speaker. Nays Adams, Bennett, Bridges. VV B Pnrns. George ll Bu-h. Clarke^ ('■*<.us, cra*vf<M*d D.ivH, lic ker. D**iiips**y, I»ey<*, En«lre«. Everett, Gfeern*. Groat, Gm-n'her, Gut bord. Harwood H*-n ler-on, ll. V J Ini-on, Sam Johnson, R S Johnson, Nefiy. Kill, Kurth. II J. Lane O. F. Line, H, ll l^*wis, LIlomMteti. Martin, Mit*-1i*-il. Mott. Nixon, J. K O'Connor, O'Hara, I’e.r-ali, p. *k, IU*.*®, Rose. Sawiniller. Selleck, Sheehan, St ta ii 1-han, Sullivan. Tbonijx+on, Town®, Town-*n*l, Treat way, Whipple. The H|s*eiHl or*l**r of the canal appropriation bill was put down for next Tuesday morning. Mr. Bradford introduced a bill forbidding children under lh to smoke on streets or iii public pte**cv T -t to the corning of mw things to J itnlgi what yr shall wear,- variety is j what the world want®. J Jdri arrived n lot of Men’s mid Hoy’s V**l nr slorts worth fill ctn. which we will scil at Bd cts. A bcautlfu line of Mov, Uhs in Jewelry. Sleeve Bullous. Col-■ it Lilt tons, Scurf Bins. llrncclctK, Neck-dice-. Broaches, t uff Bins, Bar Ulnga, «Vc , all w ith nets of bast iiuuiitation -lotu s iu Roll (ltdil not the cheap tarnish Kind. Ladle’s Medium Weight Cottonjtibbed Veils only IO cts. Children'* Fancy Fast Black Ribbed Hose worth lo cts, for 0 cts. Hest line of of Aria Shields only Wets. IO cis., I2j cts., aud 15 cts, Old fashioned linen Note Paper only a cts. per dozen, and S plan* Envelopes to match af ti cts for pat Wage of 25, this Paper and Envelope- if sold in box form would sell tor 25 cts. A Special lot of Whit® and Cream En* V* lope • for JI and 5 cis, a pack of 25 en"* velopes. Late t Novelty in Fancy Box Linen Note Paper for IO cts., worth 80 eta. A Limited lot of Fancy Box Note Paper for 5 cts. School Patriots only eta. School Crayons only 0 cis., per box. Extra Large Writing Tablets Superior Quality Paper for IO cts ( bibb en - Lur g* Boxes Fancy Paints only 1(1 cs. Ladies Corset Cover# made of superior quality muslin only 25 ct*. New Style faut y Novelty Braids vqry Pretty Designs. Heal Quality and finest assortment of Black, White, marble and Colored Table rid Cloth five quart' is wide only 28 eta. a yard. Fancy Linen Torchon Laces all widths and the greatest variety of designs only J cts , 2# cts , Jets., J J cts., I cts., IJ cts. to 21 eta., per yard the choicest astort-mcutin the City. Anew and attractive a-sortmeut of the Celebrated P. iVntemeri, Motisqueta aire, Suede <iluv* s equal to eight buttons in all the best sizes. l lie most desirable Patterns in Hamburg flouncing# at l\H et#,, 45 eta., and 55 its, per yard these are worth your weeing. A fine selection of infante’ fancy embroidered White Flannel Skirtings at the low price of 75 cts,, U« cts,, and >#1,85 per yard, these* flannels sell for just about one-half more in other. Infante and Children's Cloaks and lie bes for $1,25 to $11.50 each Latest Styles and favorite colors. ERIE STORE. CARL SCHAUER GO East Third St.. Ila- just received a full line of rn ms HUmsrrk 'L««l** a Duk®. Br.Rt.lN, March 21.—A Kj>c<*ial edition of The IL k-hsanzeigar states that the enqieror has -**it Prince Bismarck two rescripts couched in the most cordial terms thanking him (<<r hi- feist serviooa and apfMiiuting him I bike of I .ancnburg, colonel general of the cavalry and field mar* ha! general. Count Herbert Bismarck retains the office of min-isterof foreign affairs ad interim. Gen. von f’aprivi lifts bv ii Qfipointed to succeed Prince Bismarck ua* *®llor and president of the Prussian minis?rv. >1 simon Decorated. Berlin. March 21.- M Simon had a con-feivnce with th** emperor yesterday, at the the cl**-® of which the enifieror f>resent-ed M. Simon with the (te**oi*ution of the Red Bagle. ’iii subject of the neutrality of Alsace-I»r-rauic was broached at the interview. M. Simon br*>ugilt up th** possibility of neutral iziug that territory, an*l the wuqs-ror replied tliat it we.- never t«a> rarly to disciiHH a que*e tion which concerm-l friendly relations t*e-Iween France and Germany. They Want a Distribution. New Yohk. March 21. In th** action by the American ban & I ru t conqwiny for n •list iii nit ion of th** proceed- of th*- -.'ii'' «*f the assets of the American Graphic (suniiany, which published The Daily Graphic, Judge Andrew# ordered service of th** kuiiiui"m-> by ]aibli« ation on ahecut defendants. Th* li u-t company ha*l received a mortgage of >    <1 from The Graphic company, but on ti,. »| -only #5,BOU had been realized. Bom® of th<-st(K*kh**l«l**rs refused to consent to the allowance# of #(IH5 expenses of the sale. $50U *>rv-i,.*es of the trust (*ompany and #5H0 for lawyers' f****s, hence tiM» suit. Serisii" Accident to a freight Train. Blairsville. March 21. Freight train 1 No. Al on the West Pennsylvania » * * i * ••.•cl. whi«*h left hereat ll; 12 p. in, struck a >• k at Bagda*! Station, near Al’e^heio \ Hey Junction. The hicornotive and -* v* i ii ■ ri -were thrown into tile Kiskcminetas river. Conductor George Ringle had t*> haver!!© leg amputated below the knee and was hurt aL>ut the hca*l ami otherw ise injured. En i-neer David Giva-tey, Fireman M. Ii. Ari l* r-son and Brakeman Sullivan were slightly injured. Kennedy Pinier Hon*!-. San Francisco, March 21. -The <!• fault ing foreign money order clerk iii the San Franc taco poatofSce, James H. Kenre*ly, Jr., arrest®*! We*In®--la v evening, wa- ta Un Li-fore* th** Fnit®d Stat*-, com rn i— u®r arid plac***l under #1<»,h0h. A close exnininatkm of Kennedy’s accounts is being made for the purpose of as**er*taining definitely th** a .»*»*iut of his peculation*. It is said that h** has admitted having appropriated from #12,(XI0 to #15,000 to bis own use. Overcoat: ani caring; -(111 ii I to an} in tin* city, mid at prices tliat will pay IT you to stat him l>**toi purchasing. _ LADIES! If yon wa ♦ an cfi y Ami couifort- abb* hJio . witli ;t heavy sole, one tint will TNtnni'inyit®- Denotme® Hallol Reform. New York. Mare h 21.- Th** Seventh assembly district Taininanv a socjation last night adopted resolutions denouncing tie* ballot reform bill as un ,ais* tutioi ii md a- a |»eril to th® franqhiae. Tile re—Jut iou declare* that th® bill is advocated by th® R®-publi**ans for |iartiKaii |rti rf jones. No Coal, No Work. London, March 2h.—The cotton md list rv of Bolton is paralyzed owing to the lack of coal on account of the strike. In Burnley fully 30,000 looms are idle < mum intoner Ttritl® Ke-ign*. New Yguk. March 21.—Lucius Tuttle, ctanmiv-i.mer of the i*a-e©uger committee of th® T; tick lane association, has resigned to accept the i*»sition of general manager of the New York, New Haven an*! Hartford railroad. with he#* quarters at New Haven. Murder in th® Second Degree. Milw ackee, March 21.- Edwin Coonier, ex-trea urer of the tow n of Greenfield, pleaded guilty to murder in th® second «legree, and ww set!ten**e*I to twenty years in state fjriwjn. He killed hi* brother Peter last Novemlwr. Dom Pedro to Visit Daly. Ibondon. March 21.—Dom Pedro, the de-thrcne*! errqteror of Brazil, will viait N ap lee and Florence in the autumn. keep \ oui feet tin anti warm, get a I air of I). A) iii st rong A < c’s Ila lid V\ cit. cotninoi* sense shoes. They will please you.- SULLIVAN & SON, 218 Centre Street, Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe s. ;