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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , TUESDAY. MARCH 25. !«*>. NO. ll. It EP It ES EN TA TI VE USINESS HOUSE!: B OF DUNKIRK ANEW RI UNO MACHINI all kiwis of Monks I* ti**    * he Mechanical Department of dunkirk Printing! -Onapa*}. 4 LK\AM»KK’N Coal and 1% raid 3 ar*!, • '1 A Central Avenue. opioniU* s’lrk7. * ,ltU j< tot All smiles of »iar«l aint Soft Coal. Woo*! Lumber. Shingle* and £■»**- .    ,    ” ieliv . Corresj* in'tenor tor wholesale lot© wbstad. th ii. UIITOKII, BS and rtf Central An IS. Artinite Photo*™idler. iMtanUnoon-Photograph* of Bable* a specialty. Hitter* seed not wa.t for •unnbiae except for -rabies. nCH I It BINDERY—J AMK* I av I NU, Cr prietor. No. 1*1 E. Second street, near Buffalo Street, dunkirk. N. Y. Msaarines, Mu •lo. Pamphlets.sir., bound in an styler, rricr promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. UDIHIHKKI CBUtkKKV HOUSE, SUH Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in la ported arni lomentic China. Ulasaware, Ac. Cr HAK. ll. MARKIS. 221 Central Ave. Cen r era! Insurance. Life, Accident ami rin Before traveling umiire your lie in the »»i*i reliable “Traveler*’.” Ural Estate Agent bam negotiated on property’. i IHALTAI <JCA HOTEL, w    Ka    tea. II per day. Livery and Boarding stable tn coil nee tn.n Victor Hider, S35 and 337 Lion street. I IITV HARBER SHOP Iv    Chaa.    Nagle, Prop., Under I Ake Shore National Bank, corn**' Center and Third street*. A flue Block o1 foreign and Domestic v igant. ( ION KLIN A SON, \y    ,'(3r    center -it ©el* Practical bor*e-»hoeiB. Part ■ iilar attention pard to interfering home*. Shoeing of road ii tr ating boras a specialty. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT \’(i\V ii* the time for pruniing your trees, and *r*m it sill Ire ti mc for fixing your gsrdena. i\rk - and law na. Let it Im? done bv an ©X per-* need garrtciier, ar d then call for Vander* ... u'en Brother’s, corner Bagle and seventh street*. m \i month we get the tine*.! and rarest me*-* ti hundr“<1* varlet;** from Holland. N <•« veeping r»w*c f-.r funeral plan and manv new Ii rn ta* .rid trey*, tinier a*-me of them which we will sell so cheap that you must buy some of them. ^ I OIH i A KT A * o.. Patent Attornevs. kl A 7th ^St, Wiihiiifton, I* < .opp I* S. Patent Of-flcie. Patent*,) a veal# and Be I -- ires ariled Trade Marks registered Ail Pat.-ut business ©undue?©*! for moderate Fees. Information Advice and s|a-ctal references sent on request. can be made Persons preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole .int to the business. Spare moments may be piotit-ably employed al-o. A few vacant les in town* and cities. R. f. JOHNSON A CO., nx«^ Main St., KichSJond, Va. The>Wfbrmon Elders’ Book 1 on 8*Iv*. MrenstI*, matted Cr*-* to married man, aF. ii titouch. M clrand St. haw I orb ROOMS TO RENT! In the M ‘reliant* Bank Building Inquire of lf    Jacob Wrrtner or Frank May. DEPRMATl.W VALLES. THE STATE ASSESSORS’ REPORT RECEIVED BY THE SENATE. SPUING I SPO I) TMKIHK EVENING OBSERVER. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. F. D. MATTESON ■ .UNKIRK KNtdNhKKINt* COM PAN 3. I f    Torv<tll    sellcw    A    Popple. Manufacturer,-of Engines, Boiler*-, Pulley* dualling Hangers, etc. Patterns, I*urging*-. CaaUngB, aud Machine Work to order. t kUNKIKK SHIRT Ct#., W-, J**-' ami J . if Center street, Manufacturer* of Un "Cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - Ullin,. Dress shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing aiel dry good* houses in Dunkirk. UT. TOOMEY, .    Ut    and 4 ih Lion street Dealer in Flour, reed, alt. Baled Hay. Cho* ghates, etc. Established, is77. EBIE Hi) I » I    -    Sa it. Un oi Depot. Las? access lo ail trains anti bus mesa Houses. Beet ancona laudation* for Com den ial Travelers.    ^ John J. Murphy, Prop. t' HL EHN A CO., 'j    »7    anti    99    K    Third    street. Fine Furniture, I atli net Ware anti U p-soistenng. Picture Frames matte tootler. cit* CO F.1 /I D. MATH MIN A LO.. 301 Central Ars., Leaders of Fashion anti Gentlemen Outfitter*. DDR LAP'S ll ARELL HTE AW HEATINU WL Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. ti OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine -tarts, lot ; t ..liars, ic; tuffs, 4c, anti I Ace Curtains. Free Deliv-aiy. a W. Cummings, MD7 Center street. H R. OEHM. Spring Hat, k Third st., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoes. Henry tv filer’s new stork, bb k Thin! st. Books, Stationery, Musical Instrument*, Magazine*,Daily aud w eeklv Facers and every thirg i***rut;ning lo a first class l*ook store. Bch OO. Books a specialty. JOB PKI NTINO of every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk PrtuUng Company, 8 and It) E. Second St.| JH. VAN BUREN A HON, Fir** Life, Accident and General InsuracJB Dealers in Beal Estate and Loans. Particular attention paid ti* the C ire of property collecting rents Ac. ll# Center SU, 2nd floor. yjO B4#E’8 PHARMACY, C    jot* Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Palier Paints. Oils, Ac. Gall and See Them C. C. Penfold M anufacturer and Imposer, 3)54 MAIN HT.. BUFFALO. N.fcY. S JERKIN'*, J. W„ J    20# Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness.Saddles, Undies, collars. Trunks,W hips, Buffalo Unlet, Horse Covers Cloves Mittens and sleigh Kol.es. . I\ SCHOLTES, mf    17 East Thini street. Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it U* their advantage to Calion me before purchasing j elsewhere. I) H. CARY A CO.. .    S.’tS    Lion    street General Hardware,White lead,Oil* Fainter’* Supplies, oil 4 loth*, Grat. ie Ware. A special-tyjuf Sberwii. W ii bams Pa »*tau*l Monroe range. ULI NC. such a** blank-l»x»ks, k*dg**rs, and ail kind* of blank* dose at Dunkirk.Prlu'ing Company, g and IO E. Second >U Kudo leu holden hauek. Cor. Third an-l Buffalo Ste., Dealer to Granite, Marble, Hagging and Building Stone. Call on ms before buying your ante-walk DK ALICK IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clock*. >il\erw are. Leather <.**«!*. etc. BXG It A riXG, GOLI) <f SIL I KR PLA TIXG H R ISLEY A CO^ 7 and 9 East Front street Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. HOBERT M’RAY, Lion street near the depot Boarding. Sale, Feed ami Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable Merna. S AM J. GIFFORD, Sill Central Ave. (Up stairs), General Insurance and Beal I- -Ut. Agent Fire, Like Accident »n«» Live stock Insurance. Pr- * I attention git sn lo buy n* and selling Heal Estate rp C. JON KH, I    TS E. Thin! st, cor. l»eer. Kaceisior Meat Market. Fresh. Salt an-Smoke*! Meats. Lani. Sausages. Oysters and Poultry.    _ NY \Y ATU HEH, JEWELRY. AC. Buy the Aun*ra Kailnw l Watch. Ucpairmg a specialty. Frank F. SUpf. S3 K. Thir*l st TM. MOCKER, Merchant TailO", Ma 4 mm irs I ' re * **** A COMPLETE MNK or in nj i> a } noons 994 >1 XIN ST KKR I. Opposite Iraqwiit Hotel. Drunkenness Or the Liqaor Habit, Positively Curetf sr ABMIR1STIRI1I6 ti. NAIRES' ODLBtR SktCFIC. It can be given bi a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tides of foot!, without the knowledge of the person taking it; it Is absolutely harmless and w.U effect a permanent am* speedy cure, wbethel t he patient I* a moderate drink* reran alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAIL8. We GUARANTEE a complete cure iii evei v instance. 4* puj;e book FREE Addrr-s in cor ti Im -e, rotOitiil SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rac s St.. Cinclnratl.B ELYS Catarrh .learn Balm ‘    cod? Clean-**** the Nasal Passage* SSteW -J a— '^°Lq S Allays Pain and /ii.wrrwrr, C Inflammation.— FJ*nil*"kllA PROFESSIONAL. ii Al*, the V'l»*•. Bestore* the Hens**** of Taste and Smell. T. ROLPH, M. D., Phvstcian and Surgeon t over Ly Vs Drug st**re Residence,Central Avenue’ Telephone No. 9. Calls may be left at Lvon's. USA nu IHE ct s. HAY-FEVER A particle is api»li**«l mu* ea -h n.**tril and is airrt-cahle. Price At' cents at I#ruggi*U»: bv mail register***!,#!#ct*. ELY BRoTHLRsi^M \4arrea treeL, New Y ork. Farmer-* in Almost Every County Unable to Keep Up Their Interest, and Hie Mortgage- Holders Reaping a Harvest. Other Hu-due** iii the I *gislattire. Foreign Limii Anociation*. Af,BANY, Ylnn-h 25 - In the a-rmfe lait Aigbt th** annual supply bill was reiiortetl and ma-ie the «]«■ *inl or*l*-r for April 1. It n.al.es various Additions to the lull a- it pas-ed the a-e-etnhly. The sum of lid,(MIO is added for the Utica asylum. The ft-Ji coin-niiseioti car af»propriation *»f    an*!    the ca[Ub*l <*arpet» appropnati--n of tT.iSK), are *tri-’ken out of the boa,**** bill. Th** net ad-I (tit.on made by the senate b- f 11 TJX to i. Bills were jm-s.-d: Allowing (orjuirations orgniii/*-1 for other | than bind'i**-,x piiq>*ise« to hold    of i projierty, yielding 4250,000 bicnaw. ( For the auditing <»f th© claims of ti#© as-! sei u My ceilmjr an-hite<*tural ex | ie ii.*. J D©l»»rriiig attorney* convict***i of f* l-»ny. Four bills changiug the nanu** of four state asylums. Reappropriating $1,500 to r**iiv"ive cause© of malaria from th© alsui-ion--1 < ’hemuug -'anal. Bills were introduced; By Mr McNaughton—^Drsignating the *»u-perintendeiit of ^aiblic instructBm, th** secretary of the Uiard of rep lits, th** }*r* -i»lent of the Stat** Society of School Sujw-rmtcn-*lent*», the pr*->i*ieiit of Hie State Association of Teacher.* and the princi|*al of the Altmiy Normal school a ntate t»*nrd on school text hooks to (kasigliate such Ig>>ks; als dishing arrests in civil actious. ST ATK ASM -x s. irs’ REPORT. The annual rej*ort of th© 3tate as-essors w as submitted. Th*- rejw.rt .say*; Then- continue© to lie a marked depreciation in the value of farm lands in nearly every county and th*- d. pn-s-i a among farm *™ continue*, while the pi<©poet for improvement i.x not go**!. Many nss.-rt that atter pal mg expense* they cannot realize from their farms sufficient to pay the interest on iiK-rt^as*”' and <v>n fluently UkusiwIs of farms are falling into the hands of a mort-■©. Vt fann pr«»js*rty iu counties, in detail, the refs-rt says; A Hinny—There is a steady falling off in the value of farm pr-*}«erty. Fr. in Issei to I HHV the value «*f the tours outside of Albany. Cob-ws. West Troy and Gn-en Ulantl fell off $SJ3UtfsW. Aiie^anv- R«-alty has constd--rablv de-pm iated in the last thru©years owing to the failure of oil bm-Is an*l to th** general de-pr****iati >n of farming lands. Broome—Outside ut' Binghamton property has depreciated in value. Cattaraugus—This is purely a farming county, and, like all of its cla-s, values have steadily depreciated, white as -v-tcl valuta have l>een generally maintained. ( h.iUtauqiia Outside of Jamestown there has I ie** ii no gain in sevural years, but on the contrary a depreciation in valu*-s. Chenango—A jai rely farming county; in Bs7 the ml property was a*.-* - si $111.15.!,-70>; and in JKs-s, at lid,ItiJ.idJ. Clinton—Hie bulk of value in this county is at Plattsburg and along th© lake. Delaware—The whole county has materially depreciat**! in three year*. Nearly all th** lumber has been taken off, leaving thousands of acres of no value. There are very f* w sale-; of real estate. Butter, which is the staple product of th** county, is lower than at any t;n*e since IHSonu-l cont;** tit ion with western producers renders it improbable that the price will I** higher. Erie—There is a constant and rapid appreciation of values in Buffalo, but there i* a depreciation of the town© of th** county, with one or two ex-epti*>na. Essex — In Hr* last three years the county ha- d preciated in the value of real projierty ♦Isl LUI. This represents, we D-ii**ve, lait putt of tile r*-ul dt-pro intion. Iron industries. which are the mainstay of the county, have enoi na ai sly depreciated. Franklin—It isdaimed with such satisfac-tery evidence that the r**al estate of the county has depreciated in three years 25 p«»r cent. There I*, no siile for property and a huge pr**fKi**ti**n <*f lh** farms are for sale. Fulton—With the exoeptiou of Johnstown and Gloversville, w hich t*iwn* are growing iu wealth ami population, the balau-*? of the county has suffered dk»pre**iati it. Gi lienee—The re-id* lits of th.- county sh*»w that the farming lands have depreciated during the last tw»*I\** year* js*r cent. Greene-Tw(vthinLs of the county is mountainous. barm lauds have d-pre*- ated from 15 to Jn per cent, in the last th Tis* years. Hamilton— It isaakl that thens is only on© tolerably fair farm in t he sh Ie county. Ijaud> an* gem*rallv depreciating iii value by r*vex.m of the removal of timber. Jefferson—W ith the exception of YVntcr-town an*l the summer property on the river, therein little growth, ani what there is is offset by th > depreciation of farm property. lipwis—It is a purely agricultural county whore lands have followed the general tendency. Livingston—The same geueiTil character as I jew is. Madison—A purely agricultural county, with tin* same mark** ! depreciation. M<*nr«s* Outside of Rochester property has generally depreciated. Niagara —Fruit is the staple of this county and for several years it has l*s*n a failure, hi id from other causes farm property Uu- de-preeiaUsl. Oneida With its flourishing eiti«*sef Rome and Utica in one of the best e* mo tie* of the state, lait farming Lan<t has followed the general course of tile w hole state. Onondaga—H\ ra<-us»* is constantly nppre-ciating. while farm laud* are going the other way. Oswego—There is u«> material growth in [ the county. (ttsego—Not np to the average assessment Richmond—The proximity to New York I place* this among the counties in whi<*h locally all real estate is appreciating in value. Saratoga—The farm* in this county have suffered rn the general depreciation. Schenectady—Outside of the city the ! county has depreciate*I in value. Schoharie -This is a purely agricultural county, w ith a general and marked depreciation* in values. Schuylkill—^The same remarks may lie made St. Lawrence—There has been a general falling off in fann values and villagepr< j>erty is generally assessed higher than farm property. J Bteuben—There has leon a general shrinkage in vain**© Sullivan—There has lieen a decrease in the value of lands since 1HKL buffolk—There has been a Blight increase in value* since 18HH. j Tompkins—Value©, except in Ithaca, ha© depredated. Ulster—There has been some appreciation J in Kingston, but real estate generally has fallen off. Warren- Outside of Queenaberry real astate is depreciating. Wa llington—Has suffered with the other I agricultural counties. Wayne— VhIu***» generally depreciated. Wyoming—The salt industries have added I to th** a*4'c*w*©d value. J Adjourned. __________ in the assembly. Alba NT. March 25 —In the assembly last night the following bills were introduced: By Mr. Jon©**—Making the price of ilium mating gas $1.75 j**r 1,000 feet in cities having a population t*etwe*»n 100,000 and j ‘jOL.OuO. and $1.25 iii cities having a |iopnLa Mon between 500,000 and 1,200,000. By Mr. Hilt Incorporating the New York arni New England Agricultural aiel Industrial ©tciety. Among the Hicorpnrat*irs are Eras tun Corning. R**U*rt Colgate, Edwar»l Mur-phy, Jr , J. II. Starin and Jac*»b Ruppert. The object of the society is to hold a lair iii AIIsin v ami Bens.«elaercountkNL The society i t** re*vive a proj>er share of the moneys distributed to the agricultural societies of th** state. Mr. J. K. 0'f*«*nnor’» Deerfield ann* vat iou bill came up on third reading. Mr. O’Connor disowned the bill on account of the amendments made by the committee on . citi**s. The action of the committee was de-j fended bv Chairman Andrus Mr. R. ti John-'ii, in whose district Deerfield i** located, wunte*l Hie bill jias**©*! as am**in led. ‘I h** vote on the measure resulted in nays, 4.5: na vs, 1H. No (]u*irum voting the bill was laid «>: Ie. Mr. Connelly's bill compiling foreign co-op erative an*] loan assix'iation** doing business iii th:** Mato Ut file with the superintendent of banking (l«i,0U0 iii bonds an I to lie under the wpervkioo of the l*ankiug *i»*j<artment, j came up on its third reading. Mr. r©**k wanted Hie bill corarnittel to the j judiciary committee for amendment. He held that the m**a>ure in its pr«*s**nt form was nm sixtirutkMial since it interfered with commerce LAween the *-tates. Mr. Mn • l*elit*ved we should drive out ! wild-* ut foreign co-operative and loan aawe cint ions. I Mr C.V«tn-*Uy said the bill was unconstitu-ti aal. It simply regulated foreign associa- I Dona. I i h< bill was pas*©d bv a vote of 7!) to 5. HK ANTI-TRCST BILL IT RECEIVES AN AIRING IN THE SENATE CHAMBER. BRUTAL MURDER Of 0»»«* strict Car Conductor by Another VI ho ll sol Keen Iii ^charged St. Is ii is. March 25.—C****il M. Engli-h, a dis* harg*-1 streak car conductor, shot and ■top lur g* nt pleasantly, lait accu-mg Fitag with his (Ens kill 'd Jam*-* A. Fitzgerald, w ho was the conductor in charge of a westbound car on the Washington s»t;-eet line. English, who ho*! liven drinking slightly, boar*ied the car at Ninth street and gruffly said to Fitzgerald: ‘‘VV by iu h—I don’t you teach your driver to emeu C Fit z.g**rald replied English ts'gttii abusing him, ‘raid of impro;>er intimacy lish’s) wife. When the car reached Twenty-fourth str**et English sud-deaiy drew a revolver and fired five shots at Fit/gerald. wh>* fell Pi the rear platform, dead. Eoeli-h sp'itng through the car, which was (Kx-upi' d by several ladies and g**ntle-inen, and covered the driver with his pbtol, forced him t*» drive as fast as the team ct hi Id haul the car to the stables, over a mile away. rmally he made th** driver !•*«j» from the car and drove the car him-elf. Reaching tile ©taiii** h** drove the car inside, and pointing to Fit/gerald’© Goy said: “1 11 get two or three more of theta around here yet,” and ran. Two police officers w ho happened to lie near s. iz**d a grocer’© wagon, pursued and captured tee lour lercr and lodged him ut the Fifth district station. English d« bn(*s to s*iy a word a.s to the cau.-e of the tragedy. ( Ilium Kite©*. NKW York, March 25.—The weather yes-terday w h } I* isant and a good-eised crow ti att* iii; i th'* <'lifton ra vs. The track was in excel tent coudition. Fir-t ra<*'», selling, 7V furlongs; Triple Cross first. Raveller second, Barthian third; time, 1:41^. Scroll i race, jHirse, **g mile:    Hillecb    first, Ctiapinan s»* sui I, Tim I Rowe third; time, 1:04 Thir*l ra<*«*. selling, furlongs:    Sparl ing firs*. Falcon second, Lakewood third; time, 1:25’/. Foul th ra<v*. parse, mile:    King    Ii    ase    in 0 I ‘ - I • Fifth rac*-. purre, I mite: Ca rn* *g ie first, Glentnoimd -e**« ll I, I>ave s. third; tune. 1:49. Sixth ra«*e, purse, 8j mite:    Toilet!    first, Stun Lo\e stolid, WinfieM thini: time, 1:103m'. IKeo»»obit. Washington, March 25.—The ^leaker lai*l U*for** the bouse yesterday a letter from the secretary of tile interior iii reply to the house resolution asking what saving of public ex-(lenditare, if any. CTiuid l*e made by traiis-feri jig th(* bureau of fw'iisions fr iii the d,»-p.ii t i.clit «*f th** interior to the war depqrt-iv ut. In reply the secretary says that he ms considered the *ubj**ct in its general isjxe’x and in his judgment there will lie dtt’.e if any saved by the change, lf the unitary recoils of ti)© war department and j»**nsi >n bur* an were brought under the control of one drjmrtmeiit, he says, there might lira small saving by a more really referen«v, Hit ti s jx ruth *r *b*ubtful an*! is aliout the •illy saving p ssi’.le, I in the other hand the transfer would l«*ad to a*ldition:il ex|*ease in Hime direct!* ma. Vll (lilun* Ila* es. New Orleans, March 2.5. — V'enterday'© races reeulted as billows: Fiist r«v*e, 5c, furlong*: Clara Moore first, Volei recond, Florin© third; time, I :tF*l^. 8econ*l race, h4 mile:    Im*iv Blackburn first. Harvester second, Haniee third; time, Tltird ra**e, 7- furlongs: Monte Rom flest, Annie Brown second, Htwniny Bill third; time. 1:37 Fun ti h ra**e. ”«y mile: Z**ke Hardy first. Lids L ©cts Hid. March burn thini; time, 1:30. Ft*th race, 5 , furl*mg*: Col. Cox first. Maeauiey second. Barney Lee third; time, IKT<. Miners Almost \4 ii*! IVith .lor. VV 11.ks>-Barre, March 25.—The Susquehanna Coal company psted notice© yeeter-; lay that fn*m April I the company's mine© ut Nanticoke w ill work full time during the . neason. The 5,009 miners who have been on the verge of starvation for months are nearly i wild with joy, awl every humble home in 1 Nanticoke is a place of thankfulness and hap-; piness. Th*' notice states that canal naviga-j Hon will ojKii a Glut the time name* I, and unless s.*m« catastrophe like la-t May'sfl**ed occurs, there will tie full work during the spring aud summer. balfoits land bill. A Aliner Killed. Bren WIK*ah. Pa, March 25.—The rope of the mal plane at the Indian Ridge colliery broke and a loaded car thus liG-rated dashed from th top to the Gitkotn of the plane and kills si Michael Murtr••tan, a Polish latiorer. A young man named Robert Tempert was severely injured. Several men hardy BS*-tiped with their lives. Air. Teller Ney* If It mild Hake the Farmer**’ Alliance and Knights of Labor Aa*orlatlon*i III«*gal—Opposition to the Ait>«-ndm**Mt Aimed at Dealing in Future* and Optloii«~Other ltu*ine*a. Wash I NGT* in, Mar* h 25—In the senate yesterday several petitions from Mansachu-x©tt« and Mf x**uri were presented protesting against th** ratification of th** extradition treaty with Russia. Mr. Hoar said he would once more raise the question of their consideration in open sosRi<>u_ Several seiiatoi-s expre«s-**d a desire to have a full senate when the question wa*- discussed, whereupon Mr. lb^ir withdrew the point of order for the time tieing. The rejH*rts on the Montana senatorial case were presented. Mr. Hoar gave notitv that Ic* Would a k the xj*aat** to con-ide I'# the iii on Thorsday n»*xt. II uv* bill appropriating fffO.OOO for a public building at Fremont, Neb., woe linseed with a substitute, and a conference was ordered web the house so as to ma!.© this and all public buildings corrrepoud in form. 'I he bbl to d*s lam unlawful trusts and combinate hi restraint <*f trade and production was taken up. Mr. Turpi© aud Mr. Pugh spoke briefly in support of the bill. The amendment offered by Mr. Reagan— bis anti-t Mixt bill—was the tirat. que-ti on to l*e voted on. Mr. « •*« rg»* i>*gard*-*l t!ie amendment as he del th/ Lilt. a.- utterly witk<*ut warrant iu th* constitution, but he thought the antend-picnt more ellicicnt than the bill and would * *t* *r it. Mr. Teller said lie was in full synq«thy w uh the objects of the I*,!!. He was inclined to vote for the bill, aith nigh he was not sanguine of accomplishing th© pu im ©ie for which it was iiiten .tsl, and he doubted very much whether any IwaieAt would la* deroed from it. Un Ie* th states took hold of the «ju**e-tiou an i siqijHessed tho** trusts by limiting the amount «*i capital that can be aggregate*! iii any eorjM>rati.*n. the trouble would continue. Th* LUI, he said, would apply to th© farmers’ alliance and the National Farmers* league, which were organized vvitn theavowed {Airpoee of increring the prices of farm proil ms *- a thing wha h he regar*le*l as most de-si raid© arni a.s absolutelyeeaential to the pro**-|*-rity of the country, for everybody knew that unless the prices of farm products in this country could l»e increas**d,a great many of the farmers w :.!d s*s»n G* in l»ankrupt<’y and turneii * ut of their homes. Mr. G Mig** xai<l that he thought that that was a go d J*.im, nut only against Mr. Re ran’s amendment, but against the original bill. Mr. George referred to the Knights of Ltbor as another organization that would Ollie rn it bin the scope of the bill because the object of that order was to increase their wages and consequently to increase the coat of production Mr Reagan thought th©first necessity was to stiike down trusts and combinations which gave life to Knights of LaGir and trade ani ms. The discussion driftol from Mr. Reagan'© ai• ieii*lm*‘i11 to that offered by Mr. Ingalls (aimed ut di alings in futures and optimist. Mr. Sherman opjs v d it as net in harmony with the bill ae referring to an entirely differ. i 1 matter, a- proposing a tax (which could not originate in tit** senate) and as not hat ing Gen considered by a committee* He also opposed Mr. Reagan'*amendment (whi-*h had not Gs-ii considered bv any committee) and fden*led for the i*as.xage of the bill as re-ported from the finance committee. Mr. Stewart mud that tile whole subject was surrounded with difficulties of tile gravest kind. Comb nations were at the foundation of nil civilised s**ciety. They sinned to Is* like th** n*s*es«ary evil of civilization it cif. The Et.gi -h p*v*ple had tried to check them for hundreds of years, aud had finally com** to the conclusion that legi-la-tion on all such subjects simply retarded trade, aud there would i>© the Maim* result in fibs country it the like thing wa.- attempted. Ile could find no warrant in the constitution f*T such leg: latum. L the lull w* re constitutional it would p-rntit the pr sedition of the fanners of Iowa or Kansan who combined to hold back their corn until price* were lief ter. Mr. lf. iii opfjox. d Mr. In all-’amendment as Gang really a legalization or licensing of the crime of gambling hi “futures’ on condition of paying a high tax. Mr H*ar criticised Hie bill in sc*me of ite legal aspect*, and claim si that it faihsl to afford any adequate remedy. Mr. Hherman, replying to Mr. Hoar, said that if the duty on cotton cloths or woolen cloths was a lit th* too low to protect the manufacturers of > Axsachus. tis. not a month or a day would Le allowed to jklss before he (Mr. Hoar! would demand a remedy in the way of raising the duty. Here was the remedy for a greater w rung than any that result©*! from a low tariff. .State omrts haji Is rn endeavoring to wreath* w it h c*>mbina-ti<»ns. He instance*! ti.** sugar trust, cont-jsf-t.sl of seventeen co, j* ration*, and asked w hat remedy hail the p opie of New York i»a»nst that combination. None at all, he xaid. except against one of th.* corporations included iii it. A remedy would never come, he said, from the class of men engaged in such monopolies Ho had s en the gradual growth of combt-i ult kins and knew that their |s»w**r was growing greater and greater, and stronger and stronger. And if congress w as imp .tent to deal with that evil. if it could not [*rescribe anything but quacg m.siicme, it would prove itself utterly* unfitted to perform its dutie*. Mr. Viet aimed some sarcastic remarks at Mr. Sherman, denying that there was anvilling in that -“linter s career that gave him the right to assume that he had discovered the only r uwdy an I toe only road to success age inst combinations. Mr. \ est objected to the hill because, in bis judgment, it would effect nothing: bes (.•ails**, as a la wryer, he believed that the supreme court would not entertain it for a moment and because it was “Hound and fury signifying not bing.” Mr Hts’.el a’> I 'fr. Triter spoke against the bill as not promising relief and Mr. Teller favored remitting it to the jndiei&rv <xim-mittee. The bill w. ut *»,*er until to-day without a- (ion aud after a .short executive session the senate, at 5:15 p. rn , adjourned. IN THE HOUSE. Washixgton. ll irch 25.—In the houae yesterday Mr. ( an non reported a resolution, which w;l* adopts J, making the world’s fair bid a special ord**r for this morning after the reading of the jtmmaJ. tla* previous question lo lie considered as ordered at 4 o’clock. The ut rent deficiency bill was reported back with certain -enate amendment*, which tm recorn-mendstion w «re non-coocorred in and-a con-ferenre orderetL Matters pertaining to the District of Cdumbta were then considered, n.e senate bill appropriating $1.2U0,000to establith the Rock Creek public park wax debated tit committee of the whole until 5 p. rn., and tten pending action on the bill the house adjourned. THE IRISH SECRETARY SPRINGS IT ON THE COMMONS. I’robHhlv It*--u I is «l the C'omini; Flee-ti«m«—Hurlinutou’* It*-1 in n IjONDON, March 25.—Of the five parliamentary elections which are now pending, the Libera (-Nationalist coalition is sure to win one, that in Went Caran, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Joseph G. Bigger, and reasonably certain to win another, the seat for Carnarvon, Wale* formerly held by a Conservative. In the contest for the East Windsor seat the Lite erals w ill doubtless greatly reduce the Tory majority, but not suTiciently to elect their candidate, while in th* Orange stronghold of East Down the Conservatives will maintain their supremacy aiel jswibly incr**a-*e their majority. In the Ayr district, where the election will toke place to-day, the contest will be very close. At the last election in that constituency, which was June 15, 18H5, Mr. Sira lair. Gladstoaian, was elected by a majority of NI in a total vote of 4,584), but the Tory candidate is immensely popular among the electors and may possibly pull through. Both sides are working hard, but neither is confident of victory. LORD HARTING TO f SUMHOXKD HOME. Mr. Balfour's Irish land scheme, exrating local security, is regarded even among Tories a* extremely fishy and has aroused tremendous opposition, notably among the Union-I isis. Ho strong is th** feeling that Lr»rd Kaiixbury Ila- deemed it nes-essary to urge j Ijord Hartington to return instanter, and in obedience to this summon* the dissident lead cr left Cairo for England yesterday to assist in bolstering up the tottering fortune* of the government. In addition to the land scheme the t.th-ft bill and other new legislatirm which the government purp le* launching upon the boti** th- caLioet ta discuRsing a plan of as-si-ted **d i ation, which is certain to raise a protracted and bitter delate. Altogether the government lines so far as the present ai-sion is concerm-d, i re not fast in pleasant place*. The strike o: the carpenters and woodturn- J He Say© Landlord* are a Benefit to the Com man it lr* They Inhabit—The Bill Wa© Not Compalaory— Encouragement for Landlord aud Tenant Alike—I’roh- able Kc-iilt© of Impending F'.leetion©. London, Mb reb 25.—In the house of commons Ia.-1 evening Home Secretary Matthews, replying to an inquiry by Mr. ^boucher©, denied that Inspector Jarvis, an attach© of Scotland Yard. had ever gone into busine*! ut Del Norte, near Sheridan’s ranch©, for the purpose of obtaining evidence to lie used before the Parnell commission. Sir James Fergusaon, Iii reply to a question by Mr, Redmond, stated that the government wa- advised that the Dominion |»nrlia-meiit protested against the modus vivendi with retard to the Newfoundland fisheries ret abl i-hcd between England and Fiance, and that th© New toundland authorities had aLso taken similar action. Though agreeing to the principle they did not approve of what they stijqiosed would lie the result of the arrangement Probably, he thought, when the a.-ti*ai taken by the government should G* lietter understood the objections would tie dome modified. Mr. Balfour introduced the government’s bill for the purchase of land in Ireland, the puiqvjse of which was to improve the jxjorer and more *-ougested districts. He declared that a universal agreement was n necessity in order to increase the nnmber of occupying owners in Ireland and argued the practicability bv reason that land was ch*-a|ier in Ireland than in England. He refuted the jiolicy of excluding landlords from rural social Life, taking the ground that in England the land lords contributed to the well-being of those w ho were not landlords. There are bow, he said, five Guiles for the valuation and sale of land. Tin© bill propose* to amalgamate them into one. He denies that there was any warrant for th** suggesti<»n that the introduction of a land purchase bill was compulsory, except through the necessity for such a measure, lf landlord* were compelled to sell, tenants ought to G* mad** to buy. Th** government -iii ii** p-Nobility of instantly transferring land-from owners to occufiaiitK. Home de-gov of British credit could Iv used to secure landlords against loss, though the British taxpayer Mi* aid have no risk The bill encouraged th** landlord and the tenant to bargain a* to the price of a holding. If they failed to agree the question of price was referred to th** land department, the officials of which fixed tit© conditions that must Iv adhered to [Pa mol I it© laughter.] Th” Ion i dofiarYmeut, he said, might issue a vesting order making a tenant the owner of a holding lr*-© from obligation except 4 per <vut. js*r annum on the money advanced. Thi- 4 p» r cent he call©*! th** normal annuity, but dm ag the first five year* the bill required the to:.ant to pay HO fvr cent. of the net annual rent. Pnppre ng the rent to Iv ill OI) the tenant would jw»y £80, of which the government pr qsved t > retain £12, as the tenant’s m-uranee tom***’ the season'* special distress. As ae airily for pun * asea the hill proponed to take the contributions of the British exchequer to h©*al Iris) purpo-re, an*I as a corollary, make the Uval comity authorities responsible for any default. The bill would thus establish a guarantee fund consisting of two portions, cash and contingent. The cash portion would consist of £441.900 yearly, which Ireland had never received, but ought to receive, a- a set-off against England’s and Scotland’* getting the advantage of licen»iug duties. Next there would Iv a probable duty grant assigned for the future, estimated at £200,OD) yearly. Next a fourth jvr cent. on annuities J lay able by tenants. Tue contingent portion would consist of government eontrilmtions to the poor law, education and like purpose. Ex|vrieuee showed that less than 2 jvr cent, of annual installments remained unpaid before any security w-i- touched, except the 4th jvr cent reeerved from tenants’ annuities. Un-l**ss there should G* a repetition of the famine of l*4fi the guarantee** affec'ting the poor law and educational grant* would never be aje preached. It w a* de igned to use th© 4th fvr cent, from the tenants’ annual 4 jvr cent. for the erection of Laborers’ dwellings. A congested district covering 25 p*r cent, of a county wc«j Id G» mad** a se ria rate county for the purjKwe© of the ra*f, a Goril of eight members including th** chief secretary for Ireland, a delegate of the land department and a del*-gate of the fishery Gaol, Pi control th** congested districts. A grant of £1,-500,(KJO from the Church surplus would be devoted to relieving the congestion, leveloping fisheries and fostering industrsee. In conclusion, he said, the scheme was without a conceivable risk to th© imperial taxpayer. Mr. Gladstone briefly said the -“hem© was too comphcabsl for discussion at present. He thought, however, that thanks were due to Mr. Balfour for the pains he had taken in preparation of the hill. 'lh© bill then flossed its first reading. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. ere at fbvrlttx, Prauoan SUhsia, who demanded higher wages sad ©hurter hours, wa* of short duration. They went out on Hatur-day and yesterday th© employers gave them au advance of JU per cent iu wages and re- j ; ‘ll|,>*d their working time by one hour a day. T w©tity-two houses were destr»v»*l by fir© at \ alraun. Italy, and three |vr*on* were I burned to death. - GertMMIl A ppii I ii I lite ll I a. Berlin. March 25.—Gen. Hronaart von Hchclletidorf ha* I veil appointed to the cow-maud of the Tenth army tsups. Count u~n ler to the Sixteenth and Lieut Gen. Leut** I to the Seventeenth, i!dren’s-:-Carriages! •Iii Y TI IK DOWNING A f*erniMii Election. Berlin, March 25. The election for member* of the reichstag for the First district of Berlin took place yesterday and resulted in th© choice of Herr Ma©r. Progreaaist. Enxlneer©’ Detnaiuls Gmnted. IjOMsin, March 25.—-Tin' demand of the engineer- in tin* North of England have Iveu granted and the men will at once resume work. THE MONTANA SENATORS. Majority Min! Minority Reports of the Knott* Committee. Warrington, March 25.—The majority report of th© senate committee on election in favor of Mating Sanders aud Powers (Rep.) as se na tori from Montana, consists of an slaG>rate legal argument and a review of th© fH**L- in the Montana situation, but the kernel of tile rejiort is the ktateiuent that the fvople inquiry turns upon the honesty ami fairness of th© election at Precinct No. .’44, in Silver Bow county, lf the vote of tliat precinct be rejected, states the report, the fire Repubii ans were chosen; if it be counted, the five Democrats were chosen. The committee decides that the election held at Precinct 5 was fraudulent This of course logically necessitates the recognition of the Re publican legislature as the lawful Gsly, and of Messrs Sanders and Powers, who were elected bv that body, as entitled to the seats from Montana The minority report, which will Iv presented bv Senator Gray, set* forth the fact that the true legislature of Montana consisted of the -enate aud the hon*©, which met at the court house in Helena and was recognized by th© governor. The act of the hoard of canvasser* of Silver Bow county in throwing out the vote of precinct 34, which gave a large Democratic majority, was without right or authority. This board being wholly Republican and anxious to serve the Repute bean party, in what was thought to be a great emergency, refused to count or canvass th© real vote of the people of Silver Bow county, aud certitted to the election of five persons not chosen by the |vopl© in the hope and with th© expectation that these spurious representatives might contrive in some way to vote for j artisans of their own political faith a* candidates for the United States senate. They Favor Ellis Island. New York, March 25.—The congressional committee on immigration has not yet selected a new location for th© landing of immigrants. Kill* Island, in the harGir near the New Jersey side, pleases them I vt ter than auy other hit© yet examined. The committee has requested the secretary of the treasury to allow the present contract with the 4’axtle Garden authorities to Iv continued, with some modifications, until more time has Iven allowed the committee to pursue their inquiries. Warning to Hunters. Washington, March 25.—The president ha* issued tit© usual timely warning against unauthorized jvrsons killing fur-G*araug animals, such aa seal, marten, mink and ■able iii Alaska or Behring sea All persons OU lid violating the law are to be arrested and punished according to law, and all vc*-*ehi so employed, together with the cargo©*, will be seized and forfeited. Her Sanity to be Tt*«ted. BROOKLYN, March 25.—Mise Harriet Coffin, the heiress, who has Iven confined in an asylum since her attempt to sh.sit Kyrie Bell©w, tile actor, for whom she manifest*da violent infatuntKHi, is to be tried by a jury ut to her mental condition. The necessary -tops were taken in court yesterday for the ivginuing of the action. A short Honeymoon. Kingston, N. Y., March 25. — Frank Stoke* of Ka-t Kingston, aged 20 years, was secretly married two weeks ago at Newburgh to a lady two years his junior. Sunday night he returned with hi* bride after a short wed ding tour an*I was placed in jail, charged with indecent assault upon Eliza Steigart, aged 14. THE MARKETS. New Y’ork Money Market. New Yoke. March 25. Money closed at 5*4 per cent, yesterday, the low-st rate. The highest was 5. Exchange cloned firm and higher; posted rates, $4.s3V% ri4.*6Vk; actual rat©*. $4.8^4^4.8^94 for 60 days, aud $1 (D)64h4b8&M for demand. Governm©ntg closed steady: curr-n y 6s, 1.16 bid: 4s coup. 1. SYI! bid; 4t%* coup , I.oa^hid. Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows: Union firsts, I 17 bid; do sinking funis, 1.14(4 bid; Centrals, 1.14(4 hid. New York Produce Exchange. New Yore, March 45 FLOUR— Closed dull with little ( hang© yester day Kine gra te* winter, $1 t#*4£4,:£J; do -pring, $1.40(^2.00: *tip©rflne winter, $2. .D&L*): do spring, [email protected]'iS; extra No. 4 winter, fZ»»4 3 OO. do spring, $: 5u<&4 Si); extra No. I winter, $i 006*4.50: do spring, $H OO ^4.50; city mill extra, ftstf&th) for West Iudnv. Southern flour closed steady; trade and family extras, 4 90. WH EAT -Option* were fairly active, hut price- were somewhat irregular, closing Hr* lower for th * early months and the higher f >r th© late montliM Hf»ot lots closed firm. Spot sales of No 4 re*l winter,    No 3 (lo, *4(^f©c; No. 3 red. LOHS—Options w©re dull and closed Mjc higlier. Spot low closed easier. Spit »ai©a of No * in tx©-1.    steamer    mix-. I, ’-5)* ; steamer white, 4oc. OATS—Option* were quiet but steady. 8jx*t lots closed steady, ftpot sales of No I wints state, 43^4©: No. 3 do, 34c, No. I mixed, 30c; No. 3 do. 36>£4&2#v LAHL—( lose*I active and higher: April, |6 43; May. $** ll a ® -V>; July. $*i 5-4^6 to. BLIT LR steady: dairy ©a-te< n half firkin tute,    w**»tern    ©resmen*, CHE EBE .Steady: New York cheddar factory, l)>4c: Ohio fiat, vr&U^c. KtiGR—Steady; fresu eastern flr-u, 14(4R15c. western do, 14(4C. _ Buffalo Provision Market. Brrr*no, March 36 M HEAT- Dull; No. I hard,    No.    I northern. 93c; No 3 northern,    Winter    wheat - No 3 red, We; No. I white, 87c. CORN-Strong; No 3 yellow, 36**?; No 8 yel-low, .35c; No. 5 cora. 3t6$c. OATS-Firmer; No. it white. 384^'®-'$:; No. 8 3 mixed. 3614c on track: No. 8 white, 37c. BAKLEY —Unsettled; No. I Canada, &3&6Sc; No S do, rVti40c; No. 8 extra, 344$56c. FLOUR Firm; spring wheat — beat pal ent, per bid., $5 254*5 73; low grad*, $4 75. Winter wheat -best faintly, $4 5o^$5 Ck); graham. $4..Vt BUTTER -Creamery fancy, 9fl<5$26c; do choice, western fancy, *©<*#0. i ELK ll ll ATK l> reclining back For Style am) IL linty, I bi 1 iil>i lif t and Comfort. I5V pry body apjirovps of it being the only (‘arriage you sh on Kl use. Th© jreateat favorite amony tin* ladies md nurses, and is found in alt -the leading families in large cities. Too iii ne ii (annot be said of this make of carriage, it HIU till of the long felt wants for the perfect comfort of ‘hildren when out riding. This carriage has given such universal -at is taction to the trade in former years that we will handle no other make this year hut the Downing, leeording to our varied aud long xperienee in the sale and make of children's carriages, we eau safely say the Downing is superior in style aud wiirkinanship to any wo ever handled, or thai eau he found in lilt* market. For all til© ad vim ta get you have in using the DowningC’aT riage it does not cost you any more than the common straight hack style. We art* enabled to show the Ii lest a-sertmerit of children's carriages in the city, or that you will ti lid anywhere, Kvery carriage upholstered in the latest and newest, -hades «! best silk plush, giving them a rieli appearance, and in all making them a most deniable aud use!til household ornament as well as the pride of the street. SII I SOLE AGENTS. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of e; OI WIK Orsrcsat: and Iroxsricgs Equal to any iii the city, and 'at prices that will pay rn you to see him hefoi purchasing. LADIES J If you want an easy and comfortable oboe, with a heavy^aole, one that will keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Arm strong At CV* Hand Welt, common sense shoes. They will please you.-- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street, Paints, Oils, anc! Wall Paper at Monroe s. ;