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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. 1890. B HEPRESENTA TIVE USINESS HOUSEK OF DUNKIRK I III NO MATHINK I all kinMs of tlio InU-si a i ttr Moclmnira! Oepnttmcnt of SPECIAL ANNOUNCE MEN N'OW HIP timo fur prunimK trees, fin noon it nit iKjinrirf'ii vtir KiiHt'n I and il 'lone hv an expo i< m id iranicm i, .'it '1 thru onU (or Vatule IfiiithfiX roriic-r LoKlc and Next montli Ket tlip finest rarest roq in liun.lir.N viincL.p fioni N i ;vi cpuiK funenil pliin miinv ne -Jinil'1' iiid trccK onlor Mfuno of them whit u- so c-hcnp tlmt inii'-tbuj tannc fticm. A O., Patent AttornPVB Rlfi I'. S J'atent O ".ilcntH avcitlri ur- Issues sc iiku l i nd t- All I'litent Iriforniiiii senl on replies LEXANDER'S Central Avenue, nil N'u kel I'lali- All tTTftilea of HaP! ami Soft Lumber. and Lain. KH- Oorrenpon loiM'c for wloh-mtlc lot liolicitcri. H R. yet anil 225 Central AVI ArtiHtir J'hnUijfi u Iimiant-iiiiiiii wrAIitln of ICfiliH-n it d not tor nunwliiin- except f IKVOO. I'r tirieloi. No. K. ici-uii'l -Luet. ncni Uu Intnkirk, N. MI fcir, PamphlctH.vU1.. lifiitKl ni fill ('rdn ftlUjintC'i At] i. CKOCKKUY Ifor.SK, WhulCBJih- mill retail ilculct in I i nu< sfneptic China. Gliispwurf, IJI A UOTI'.I 1 ;i iln) ry nr't M.ihle i eoniiiel.oi Kl.Hl, ion HAK11KK RllOf LjiiikT hhniv SutU'iuil i tit nk, ro _ ami ThiKl stu-t A line aim jKortign mid   :i.Vi i -tied, U'1 to Interfering liurat-a. uf troltiiife liornt a a specialty. KVKNIV; An uiioqitaMeU advcrtining ineiliuni. D1 ManiLfactorers ftltuig eu-. Bt.nK'', ttiifJ Alufhine Work 1'uItt to order. 811IKT CO., ittl, 'X: ,nni 2 LI.-IIIIT Dtrei-t, Maiiulacuiu'r-i ul lli anil "liunkiik" (-ertei-t. lltliii Dress Shirts. On sale in all lea'lniir liirnirthin> clothing ami dr> goods in D F. T4IOMKY, mid i in Klour, lilE HdTKL, an- 1 itccc mess IScttt arco -otroul '1 II-IH. Linn all. d to all Irui J. Mun-hj, I f -rrcd imlt tt.. Ki (mpl i. m furniOi ,i horse jinrl llicir wlio bustmss. Siijireminni-nf, may be profi aKo. A few in tfivvr II. K. JOHNSON' CO., icoo Mai tintunil, VH. mi.K-A tiiui ol lain) in Mnrlon 1-0111 I >v, hionila, in tli'-pliuipliato belt. >r Mil-ill tn Niiit puii-liiiBeiB Tb -ei-t on 11 in ire nn.iiiU tliyn anv oil IT pailnf lllii t. lie, nil Uiinil h'ulclB iiinU inlr ilrmils iiiojcc-ie.i. A g.ioil money n kiliK inreitiiieiit. I harlea Mann Eli I'.irk healer, N. V rmon Elders' Book Hli i twin, led free to jnaSil .B TO RENT! if Ill Hie Merrh lilts li.inl, linlliling iiire o[ Jiic'nb Wirii.eroi Knink Mn> (iiiue rorOooil. It is to be hoped thnt the bnibHroui Inisile has gone for jfood, Inn ii is nn Ihe itrc-Mt discovery of Dr. Fianklii Vlilei has c'line to sliw und alii viati iniiiiin MilTeiing. This wondi iful neivi foml imd ineilii mi- liuilils up wornoii eutes lils. Bpusjiis. hamliu he leiviiiH pro-ti-iiiiin, dixziness. sleepiess ii-si, monthly pains, sexual tioubles MIH John H Miller, of Valparaiso and J U Tavlor, of fraineil a month while it. Finely illustrated treatise 01 Pi.se.-iscs" and sample but 111 if the Rc'toralive Nervine, flee nt Monroe's I'liarmacv who guarantee il mrl 12 to t'O., Ii luc t1 urim im-. t K ruin <_. ilanct i liimi'ti 11 Him MIC U' u VTTI-.SON to., Avt i I AKKLI. STK.VM UEATINCi CO.. SUimn Healing AIM-: Saiutiiry riumbinR a Siiecialty. IT (IMF. STKA1I LAII.NDKY. Our apei-mlties: Fine .Slm-lf, roll Jc-; Clitic, I mla.iirt. Free A W, Cumaiings. 2u7 Center fatieel K. OKI1M. K Thml at   a lirst emus fioul it -re, sciioo. Itiioko a I Oil I'KINTINO of .mil ur Ite. Ice for s-alc, to tons ndics thick, (list quality. Ice is cks at St. Lawicnce Kivtr OHII mi bnigc, or cats AddiessJ U. N Y. In n ipicnt woik (in Iltnrt OlsciiHo.Dr riinklm the nou-il specialisl- ives many n- w iind sinuling fucts I llinisiin Is of pc-nplc me slowly pulsun 'OK liic-insch us, weakening tbeir liedrts >y Die use tifleii, coffee, tnlwrco niul nl- '''hc-eaic iiKAiiTwiiifs. cinising to lirnl rapully, thus Kradiiully wear mi.' it nut. pioducini; shoiincb, of bicalh when exercising, panihin side nnrl lei and faint spells Finally -wcllinf- of ihcanldis .mil iiiddcn dca'h. KOI weakened and iniinted lienits tlip iM-ess, evcry where liishly lecomincnd i In- New lleint Vine discovered by Dr. I'liinklin MilcH, winch is for siile lit Monioe'M Pharmacy CASH AND ONE PRICE FROM WASHINGTON. A NUMBER OF MEASURES PASSED BY THE HOUSE. Tt. to M..t .t 11 Wi-dnenflar Thursday Rtinlntloni of Kr.prcl at Wliber'. Commltu. Appointed to At- the Funeral. WASHINGTON, April 2.-The house yester- day passed senate bill creating the office, of surveyors general in North and South Da- kota; house b 11 admitting free of duty arti- cles from Mexico to tbe St. Louis exposition of MM; bouse bill providing that affidavits ami declarations in pension cases may be taken before any officer authorized to ad- minister oaths for general purposes- provid- ing that depositions of before United States courts may be taken In the uitvle prescribed by the laws of the states in which such courts may be held; bill limiting to six years the time within which suits mar be brought against accounting officers and 'heir bondsmen; bill exempting from the provisions of the law requiring steamers to c-nrrv hie lines, boabi plying on inland wa- f'i ihe United States. ui nl appropriation bill was reported. A i evolution from the committee on rules ovidmg that the house meet at n a m Wednesdays und Thursdays, and that the Idaho ui., bo made a special order for those days was adopted. On motion of Mr Sherman of New York the lion e adopted resolutions of regret on 'Me death of Hon. David Wilber of New ork, providing for the appointment of a committee of seven from from the house and tiom the senate to attend his funeral. The resolutions were unanimously adopted md the speaker appointed Messrs. Belden Delano. Sawyer, Wall.u-o, Bvniiin, Tracy mil l.ee as the coimmltee on part of the house. Thu house then adjourned. IN THK SKNATE. sinuoTON, April H.-The senate passed house anthcris-m-: ihe ihssispippj river to pnreha.j- 01 hire boats as may iniinniliutely necc.-sary tn rescue inhabi- MR. LAUGHLIN TOO LATE. Didn't Buck In Time t. Mop th 6yramM Water Bill. ALBANY, April In the senate last even Ing Mr. Latighlm offered a resolution recal ing the Syracuse water bill from the assembly and spoke against the bill. H said Mr. Hendncks had agreed not to mov the bill while he was absent, as he was obliged to attend the Federal court at Utica He had been unfairly treated. He had amend ments which would have been adopted. H regarded the bill as one of the most danger ous ever passed. Mr. Hendricks said Mr. Laughlin bad agreed to be back by Wednesday, but did no return aud Mr. HendricKs held the bill unti the next Thursday. To have loncei deln-et it would have been unjust to his constitu ents, The bill would not cause water to be learned in the canal.s drop o Mr. Laughlin's resolution was yeas 1 (Mr. uajs, lli Tho followiiig bills were ordered to a third reading: Mr. Pier-son's ballot bill The annual canal sinking fm-d 1 ill. Mr. Connelly's bill for state supervision o; of foreign loan and bui'dmg associations The bill reducing pawnbrokers' ratos was, recommitted, with to report before AptiMI. Adjourned. nts of the overflowed for that purpose. ent into secret seSMon and Mirned. districts and to uso At tbe senate at ,3 p m the foll the bills introduced in the senate wing: By -Mr Chandler (joint Grarfr- permission to the Bartholdl Statue asso- lationtoiniprotenll of Mcdloe's Island and rovide for its use as public park, under he supervision of the .secretary of war. By Mr. Wilson of luun by request To for- id maintenance and oppression in suits ronght upon letters patent [The bill pro- iiles that when it app -ars in a suit eoneern- letters patent that the defense is inter- maintained by a combination ni'lu ubials or not law- il Jefendants, such interference is lared a ofTinsc. Any individual r corporation mdiotid, tried and convicted C thisi.ftVnse and the roceedings Ic-il iissocialiun and is to be fined from to district attorney is to begin equity to dissolve any con- to confiscate its prop- Mr regulate the niatiu- acture, snlo und importation of lager beer, ager beer in the bill is defined to be the average made exclusively from hops, malt nil water Any other fluid is designated us lulteriited lager beer. The bill Imposes ill- upon breweis or dealers in adulterated cr with heavy penalties to take out the reuse All packages containing the bevcr- shall to bianded "adui1 crated Adnl- ratid lager beer imported .ity imposed on lager beer. Simon', Opinion of the PARIS, April 3 M. Juks Simon, the head of del, Cation to the Berlin labor conference, express-, us surprised at the extent of the knowledge displayed by Emjieror William, who, he declares, is great- ly changed and has been falsely repiesented to the French people for some months past. If the conference has no immediate pi-nctieal result, M. Simon says, It will be useful a.1 serving to quiet the fears of skeptics and as the signal for a now departure. M. R.mon gives some interesting anecdot Bismarck, which is his account of the chancellor's introduction of himself to the conference by walking in and saying, "1 am Bismarck." Huinorlut Peck Klccted Mayor. MILWAUKEE, April the municipal election yesterday the Democrats elected their entire ticket Qeorge Peck, proprietor of Peck's Kun, Democratic candidate for mayor, has a plurality ov r Brown (Rep.) of Brown is the present mayor and was a candidate for re-elef-tiou. Murphy, who was the late Mutt law part> IIM-, beaded a ticket. The chief issue in the election was the Bennett compulsory education law. The favor the law, while the Catholics wish it repealed. Jlr. Peck was understood to side with the repealers The fight on the Bennett law is expected to have an influence in state politics. to pay the Jlr. Powderly nt llnrtfnnl, HAn-ri.-nun. Conn April Vr. T V ..poke at Allyn bull last night to a audieiiCH of w orkmaiiiuu. Mayor Jloot ond other prominent men occupied seats on pliitfnrm 'Ir. Pmvdoily spoke chiefly anil pi-m.-iplns of the Knights of Labor. He mid they tavored eight I ours a day; the 1011 of railroads: equal compensation to both sexes for equal nork; the freeing to the people of laud held for the on the NO. 41. MIRACULOUS ESCAPES. SOME PECULIAR FREAKS OF THE CYCLONE IN KENTUCKY. A Family Pinned ID by rnimenie Tim- bern, but Hemry Block, ot Iron Marble Curried r.uni DlitAncn. Entlmittei Place the or Life at LOUISVILLE, April S are hundreds of the most interesting and miraculous es- capes connected with t..e tornado, showing thequeeiestsortof freaks of the wind. A block of iron casting weighing over 150 pounds was blown into the second story of the Chesapeake, Ohio and Southern railway buildmg near the Union depot. Nobody mows where it came from and the nearest building from which could have come is neai ly 100 yards awav, (treat sheets of iron roofing wr-iacU-opiKd upon Ui. Barry's farm ienr lurneiN station, tour miles I rom the ityoi tli.-Shoit Line In the ruins of a muse on West Jla'n sereet, n clock as found the wall. It was a largo office lint no one in the vicinity hod ever ceil it UHfoie and no one knows where it aino Irom. It was lindly broken bnt the muds still Dinted to p. m. A large slab if maibie IMIS loiinii in a residence on West H h i.-h was never t here before. Madi t will w At Buird'a 100 pounds store, on Mnrkpt above Ninth, two bud cages with the bird ilown m through the sky-light. cages verc not injured and tho birds arc as full of ong as ever the building occupied )y Brniul iJetliel. thn tobacco men, on e-ii street went to pieces a portion of the 'lame oik Jioppeil through the, roof of a ittle cottage just east of the factory. It oiibisied ot a heavy timber to which were oitisrtl four upright pieces of timber. Vlien tlis came tbioujth the cottage the nmil} wen- sitting aioind the table m the li u in a room 11 ml th four uprights simply mined llie'ii in, but not hurt them in the It wa pet heard of. ol the most wonderful es- SEVENTY-FIVE DEAD. the tho Latent of Wnrk In Lotil.vllle. ii.ut, ICy a state login- nuiv tins mttul )l- the relief ot t i. sulTurijis dy tho cyclono Ii- rctui us iml.cate that" the number file-id will not reach over scvo.itj -five. [any of the victims' names wore repoiteil to he coroners twice, and several dead were under two names. One mail was three i-p-irate names n tbe list of killed, w-hilp an entire family of our persons was listed among the dead under amncs Many who were supposed to pnrishert and were reckoned RMIOIIK the ad l csmce the excitement lias abated ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI. Ooinc Back Into Situation luproTlyf. OIUUNVIUJE, Miss., April water has nor made much additional encroachment since Monday night, but tlie heavy rain has added greatly to the discomfort of the nit- nation. The is now higher at some places outside the levee than in the river, and i.s pouring back into the stream. It u also going back through the Offutt crevasse into the river. This IBSMIIIS the danger here, but tho Easton crevasse is still pouring water out over the country. There has been no loss of live stock. The mayor has ap- pointed a committee to aid anyone who may be in distress. The Cotton Kxchange adopted resolutions contradi, ims the sensational and unfounded reports as to the seriousness of the situation here. Should tho Hood subside within thirty days a good crop can be made, aud the of the overflow will not then be felt a year from now. The river is stationary. Helena lu Better NEW ORLEANS, April Times-Dem- ocrat's Helena, Aik special says: Owing to the break of the lovee at Austin, Miss., Helena has received some relief, the river falling one inch during the last twenty-four hours. A heavy rainfall prevails here, and a rise is expected soon. The stock that has been saved from the flood lire having fearful times standing the attacks of the buffalo gnat that swarm in myriads. There 18 con- siderable indignation oror the report circu- lated by Bergt. Dunn of New York to the effect that the levees about Helena had been completely swept away by the flood. It in untrue. The levees around Helena art in splendid condition. Surrounded by the Flood. Virichni'mi, Miss., April of a new bieak at Austin, Miss and of waveung lovecs ols-owhei e are inducing many families to move beyond the danger line. Greenville is Mil-rounded and partly inundated. Mayers- ville has yielded to the flood. There is no loss of life reported from recent breaks, but many head of live stock have perished and much property is ruined. VKIlY LiVI-LY IONTKST EXPECTED AT THE WINDSOR ELEC- TION TO BE HELD TO-DAY. Both th. Km.i-l la Carry ve ol Hal- IOUI RMm, Trouble Feared the Oerman Kuiperor. LONDON, April In urpiviitl tlmt parliamentary eleoliou which is u> lie held in Windsor to-day will lie one of the liveliest of late yeni-s. Both parties are working hard, the Conservatives to maintain their majority of about 350 and the Liberals to overcome it by tho popularity of their candidate and the accessions to their ranks through tliu Inci-ease of the total vote in district since the last eloct ion. The Liberals have organised an immense parade, ono of Iho real ores of K hich will lie one of the Bal- four hattoring rams used by the govern- ment's evictors m various parts of Ireland to beat down (he walls and doom of holism whoso inmates n bailiffs and police. _. ......._.......________ declared that they will capture this engine of deed-notion, und should thi-y adhere to (heir resolve an exciting scene will ensue from winch nmy i-esuii many broken heads. rtwmei'ilK-rsuf thn recently victorious Ox- IOvmg every possible assist- LiernlK m their contest, the Miles! and Mr Grenfell Ix-mgall fnsed admission to the The Conservatives have Boys' Hlouses. Now lot Ln.Jios1 Cnrsoi only 25 cents. n. Now lot id' onnn OoHnn. lord ciew iu< anee to tlu- I UluilKtoman a Oxiord graduiito, and lmvuiK coached tho crew to victory. Seldom IIHH (K'curi-ed into which both kldm, entered with such conlldraeo RANDOLPH KKKl'S MI'U Lord Randolph Chiireliill has declined the invitation to addivss a Lihornl meeting on IheMlbjeol ol the conlei-enee of Ihejieac.   t, lie itf i i opt 1 1> Ac. 2Ut r.i..iml tlnur. MON't 'S PUAItAlA  ,'ic M-KAY, Lion rttri-el, ni-br the dejiet Stile, IrVetl ami Livt-rN -ul. smbhnf; itny or week o-i i-cusiui.i termn. _ O AM J. 301 Centra! Hi Hi i i A l Now'-, the lime- I'm c-fi-'iiets and up hnlsieiies Tin-new ptiltcnis aie ln-ie, and nre filch us you have shown yours' Ivcs to w ml The 11 tliines flora Hie irills ol lliis country taken more than 'istial p.iins and spent moru than 11 linn- in choosing these Every kind, every quality. Axministers are of course Ihe lus inns cnrpets Deep of pile, so co or, elegant of design. And here am the ocst ti> be anywhere. Moqucltcs, very similar to the first in appearance, but a shade less costly. Brussels in wonderful variety, yoae ut what me best. None but w at are sinntlard, long-tried makes. A good part of the patterns belong to ua and to us only, for this city. Tapestries of all grades, but the fcrreat l-tilk of our stock is of the better sorts. Anil there's comfort and satisfaction and long wearing nnd a deal of beauty in a tapestry carpet of these in our itock, lire mean. Ingr .ias that have been largely got- ten up expresBiy to cur order, of super- ior ijiiality of wool, in choice patteins, arc sure to give satisfaction. Oil cloths, linoleums, straw mattings, land every wanted kind of floor cover- j inp. down U rugs and mats. House cleanini; coming on. maybe AM d. ,i, Coving, and now's when minds serious- J5 bcnernl Inourance aud Ku.! t i ly tuin to tliouglits of carpets. There's Agent. Fire. Lile, Accidenl. and Live Stool. F Insurance. Proaipi attention giv _-n to baying Mlling Koal KsLite. better place within shopping dis- place anywhere where's op- TC. JONES. n B. Third at.wr. Deer. KxcclBior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an 1 Smoked Heats, Lai-d. Oysujra an. Poultry. lance, in poitunity for such a choice. Vy ATCHKS. JEWELRY, Buy the AmoraKailioail Watch. Kuiiamng a Frank F. E. Tlurrt st Merchant Tailor, 916 Central Atenur PROPKSSIONAU K, T. UOLi'll, M. IX, I'tiV'.iciaii mi! Stiire. lency, i'enii.tl Tel-pliitnu No. 9. may bo left al Lvon'g. And to upholsteries art 1 drapeiies, let Undraw your buying thought, or your mvestmating eye which is one and the same thing Kor here is a collection tbe like of which is not in the cily. nor to be fouud in going from city to cily. I So many aud so varied, that a word- description would hike hours. Au eye knowledge is pleasantly an easily gotten in a half hour's visit. Put in 'l half hour that way. You'll not in years cease reaping ample rewaid for such time so speui BARNES.HENGERER C o. or-] h.'tii'l, a -Or ha Loci, i BAVTIWICH, Mass., April A. nod of Boston, contractor of the Cape od Ship Cannl. has tinnsferred all his inter- ts to Col. Thomas Livi rmore. It does not tlmt the corporation has changed yet, but that Mr. Quincv A. Hhaw, 'is lieen financially interested with Mr. "oil. has appointed Col. Livermore his U-n- i.ul trustee with full power to repre- sent In- u i tores's in ihc cannl company. Mr. Lock wood will retain all the interests he ever had 111 tne canal, bnt tho business will be in the future conducted througu Livermore in- stead of by LockMood. It is said that the transfer js n step toward the final disposition of the franchise to York Opening the Canals. AJ.IMXY, April 3 cannls of the state "ill be opened on Mav 1 for general traffic. Superintendent Hannan sniil that they might oponeil earlier. but the repairs to bo made were erv extensive '1'he cause of the extui re p iii-s is due to tbe fact that the laeli of approjn mtioii lost year to the bill, cans-il tho discharge of many men, and only such work was performed as was abso- lutolv ncr-essai y. Woik of repair was com menoed up .n tho Coboei division on Monday but tne ork- on other dh isions will not com- mence before April 10 or I'i apt. mount Restored. WASHINGTON, April house com- nntte on military affairs have authorized a favorably report oil a bill providing for the restoration of Cupt. Mount, lute of the Sec- ond artillery, to the a my and placing him on the i etircu. list. C'apt. Mount's resignation I-BS sent to the president by his colonel un- der an agreement that such action should be ta'-uiif l-npt. Mount became intoxicated again, Mount endeavored to have the piesiilent's acceptance of the resignation withdraw n, but the law forbids this and he was obliged to go to congress. A WarrHnt for Cox. PiiiLAnEuriiA, April warrant has een issued for the arrest of Lewis S. Cox, the ex-Chestnut street merchant, who failed wme tune ago. The warrant is sworn out by William M. Singerly, who holds Cox's notes to the amount of Cox has left the jurisdiction of the Philadelphia courts and is believed to be in Now Yoi k. Wood Sentenced to Kli-ctrorntlon. FEW YORK, April the general im- lions court Joseph Wood was sentenced by Recorder Smyth to be executed by electricity n the-neck beginning May 12 next, Wood h tbe negro dock laborer who was convicted on the 19th of last May of murder in the first degree in killing Charles Ruffln, a fellow- aborer. ed and held the closeit attention of the aud- ience tor two hours Gnln In tlif Hf-mocrntlo Vote. CHICAGO, April Democrats elected their eutiie ticket here yestenlay for imws- sors, collectors, clerks, snperi iso'rs. etc in all the towns of the city, the noith. -outh and v.-est towns, and for the Hrst time in the history of Chicago there is not u Republican town officer in the territory bounded by the old limits. The Democrats elected twenty aldermen and the Republicans twenty-cue One Citizens' candidate and oue Independent candidate for alderman were also elected The council will be a tie with Mayor Creiger Democrat, to cast the deciding vote. Ruccn. WASHINGTON, April neatheryes terday was fair, wi dy and cold. 'Hie Inici was fairly good Results: Firkt race, mile: Village Maid first, On ward second, third: time, Second race, mile: Kliotover fii-st, Man hrUtnn second, Coitiolia third tune 119 'I bird raee, H mile: Cnpt tt agner first C'i-riolanus second, Elston third- time Fourth race, 1 1-lii Prnther first andergrilt second, Bass tlurd, time Fif tin ace, bin die, 1 mile: Jim Mnrphn m-bt, Bassanio second, Elphin third- tune ____________________ New Orleans NBW ORLEANS, April 2. Last day of Jockey Club race-; yesterday Weather dear and windy, track Rood race, mil he.tington S. first, fete Harlan third; time, 51 Second race, 5 fnrloni.': Oerminie' fir-t Maggie B, serond, Cliijiiot third; tune' Third IVPP, I l-lil 8kobek.fi second. Kn. Fourth race. I Jfarohbnrn first, nnnird; time, HW ViceKe'i-nt lirst, Alpbonsebeeoud, Lolnuco third time Democrat, win at Schenectudy. SCHENECTADY, N. Y., April In the municipal election yesterday tbe elected their entire city ticket, carrying the five wards on both supervisors and aldermen. A Prominent Lawyer Dead, CINCINNATI, April Timothy D. Lincoln, prominent lawyer of this city, died yester- iay aged 75. He was a member of the law firm of Lincoln, Stevenson Lincoln. Siberian papers announce that several high nfflcials in the mining districts of and Verchniovdinsk, including Bve owners of gold mines, have been Imprisoned tar peculation and bribery, The Parnell-OSlii-a LONDON, April i.- Mr. Parnell has tiled denials in the case of f'npt. O'Shea vs Par- nell, as co-respondent, and Mrs. O'Shea has asked a month's C'apt. O'Shea will further delay, d.-li., in filing her pie a the granting of oileies, that postponement is sought lor political effect. It is now rejra' deil us imixisxibls bi ing the case Ui trial bofore autumn at the eai liest. A War on Schemes. ALBANY, April 'j -Warrants were issued in the city of Troy, at i he instance of the sec- retary of the State Rot ul .Mei chants' associa- tion, for tho arrfcl ot the agents of the Tux- edo snap for violation ot the lottery laws of the state Mr. Dexter. Hie se tetary, who resides in this city, in was the lieginning of a win such schemes. r that o assault upon NortlBernprft at Atlanta. ATLANTA, Cia., April Chanm-ev M Depew, A. S. .1 H. C' Calhonn and other Yorl-n, ..n ived bei-e yesterday and were enterti-ined by At- lanta friends. Ihev were tendered a public reception an 1 en.ei tnuied Ly the Capital City club at luncheon Governor Gordon and Messrs Depew, Hewitt and othei-s ma e speeches on Strike. April 150 journeymen lathers employed in Koston and its vicinity struck for fo.50 on m-st quality work and for second qualitv work, which they assert were the paid before the reduction in wages two ago. Turkey to Onrrlnon Armenia. CONSTANTINOPLE, April sultan, yielding to the advice of tho English govern- ment, has decided to repress the lawlessness of the Kurds in Armenia by establishing garrisons throughout that country. eun disciiven-d to ou safe Business is re- imiliK, Hie weather is brinbt, und u energy and cheerfulness prevails. Fulillr WASHINGTON-, April monthly pub- debt stali-nient issued fiom the treasury ejii-rtinent ypiteiday a decrease o'f therli-ht iliii-inf; Ihe past month anir.imting lo Ml, an l for ihe first nine monihs of 11. i-ni'ie'ii tl-c-i.Mearof The 1'he nt tiesMiry to-day is r-.'iin.MJ, or iiliout, Jljo.utx) less than n monlh Oovi rnnient receipts from all Jurln" M irch past aggregate iiVHO, more than in March, Customs leccipts during the pnst month amounted to or more than in .Vauh a vear ago. while in- ternal revenue receipts or greater than m March, Ro- i-eipts fiom nil sounes for the first three (limrtirs of tie current, year ag i.OO l.OOO. and this seems to point to a the close of Ihe fiscal .tearful! l.-u-y Windom's. estimate of in hi-, annual repoi t la.- OARFIELD MEMORIAL. II In to bo Diillinttvd lit on April following has been mldnssed to the public by ex-l'rehident Rulhi-rlcird H Hayes and lion Amos Ton n- senil, president and seen-tiiry'of the Harflold Memorial aRiociulion: "The Gaifleld Memorial association pur- poses to dedicate by appropriate public ser- vice, the memorial struct ui-e eiwtcd in lionor and memory of the Inte Piesidont Uurfleld at LnlteviBw o-n.etery, in this city, ou National Memorial Day, SO next. The trustees of the nsvociation lespeetfully solicit and eor- ilinlly invite ail limlies in the United Stales, inilitaiy. Masonic and civic, and ex-soldiers mid cilwens gen- erally, lo honor tho occasion by their prns- iuce, find to participate m the ceremonies. Arranijemenls are Mug perfected with roil- rond lor reduced rotos of lure 1 rormntioii of which may be obtained al'lI principaKtaUons" The Florida gettlixl. ASIII.VOTOK, April 1 -The senate yester- iluv the iiumiiia- DMi'rt Judge Swain, Dim-let At- torney hi i and United Htutcs Marshal -Wizell of the Kiwtern district of Florida his making am publi ject ,-it ibis lime ii. MAM'S HOHKMIC. It is st'iled that Kmix-ror William Is pre- paring a scheme for a peaceful compiomise of Hie imstin." dlfl'nn-ncii, itetwiteii Grrmany anil liVani-K, and will nibinil the terms to tlie frt-ncli government ,IOT Tbe is .snid to bo entii-ely eq'uifahle thai its tender by the mr.ie niturcwslve of the two powers cannoi fml of coniml niwplflnce by the oHn-r, thouj-h ,t may inmibly be sub- New 23 cis. per ynnl. Tnblo Oil Cloth, only Homes Now lot of cpk'bnurd J-Vr- ris Corsets .-ind for LA- lips, Afiss.i-1 und wo (lieni New Pall mid Boys' I1 IHM- Sliirls, only 37 oonts. Bovs' Now lot Men OK, only 23 coils. atI he which hat o b tiding .since last Decein- The Onttenherg Kiiren. NKWTOHK, April was a ROD, eioud at tho Gutteubers track ycster (l.iy and the course fairly fast, weather pleasant, The results- Fir-t rnce, sclliiu, mile Hieria Nevada Al n njjcld second. Foreigner third _ Scentid racn, scllinn. mile: Tom Kearns 111 -t. O; if -oml, Bi-utick third- tu i .mjf. Third race, selling, iim first, Jim Gates 1 line, 1 Konrlh nice, pursr-, ____e lirst.jlan Lnssio Fifih race, selling, 1 1-in miles- Olendale second, IVaboo third, time, race, pui-sc. mile- Mamie Hay iir-_t, K iiig Idle seco'ld, Festus third; time, furlongs: Sir Will- se-ond, Frejols third, mile: Young Duke for of Mis.-ncr. nTON, Api il -J -r.-lary Noble has been considerably annoved ol Into by'the of bureaus and other officers in the interior department sning out of the city notlfj ing him In several instances 'he lirst intimnt'on he had of their absence mis tho nnnounieini-Dt ill the press that such m onicial n-as out Vast or m some other n of the country. As he notities the -eetioi ircsidetit when be has occasion to leave the ity tho secretary is of opinion that the offl- fii of the departmeiit can let him know %ljen they are about to be absent. He has, issueil an order ilim-ting that here- itter chiefs of bureaus nnil olllcers of the in- deportment must nlilam leave, on M-itten application, helore absenting tbem- the city. iN bile an order on tin's object has before been it has ui tbi custom to obtain such leave of ali- enee. Tlie Conli-urt NIAQAKA KALLS. Apr 12- There is much ver the report that a between tho Cataract Construction ompany and the Xiugara Fall- Pouer coni- lany had been sLjiied. Such n contract waj, igm-d. bnt there are certain conditions vet o be omplied bjfore the building uf he tin, ncl mil lie un asMiieil Those jest posted are now perfecrly contldi-nt of he suci ess of the project. Rogenberger's PHIUIDELPHIA, April 3.-The liabilities of Voah N. Rosenberger, woolen manufacturer, vho assigned yesterday, are about ssets not, stated. .Mr. Rosenberger attributes iw difTunlties to the failure of various parties o innke prompt delivery of manufactured whereby a large stock that he had on and rendered valueless on account of of season. in- her. l-'or three days Air Kdmuiids has tried In vain to get a voting quorum, but the Ltemor ratio senators by filibustering have prevented a vote. Yesleiday .Mr. Edmunds moved nn executive session directly after the morning hour with a view U> forcing a vote, and after five hours wasted in going over ground which had been covered in previous debutes the Democrats gave in, enough voting to make up tho O.UOIUIH, mill tlie nominations conlirmpd b strut iwrty votes Mr. insisted on it ven and nay vote on each of the nomina- tions vote on all was substnntliilly the Mime. 1'he debate which preceded the vote was devoted 10 a review of the charges thnt these three ollicmls Imd used their positions for puitmun purposes. Tin. PHI-IB to Liverpool. LONDON, April 1. -Tlie mivlo liy the asonts ol the Inman line has IK-HI teU-graphwl tiotu Queenstown: "The flooded nnnpai tmentg ol the City of Puns have all been pumped dry Close examina- lion slums thai the bottom of the vessel is un- mid tlmt all the liulkheads are sound, except m Iho engine room, which were someuh.it dhin-iKed h-oiu thq pounding of the brolicn nmcliiiieiy. 'Ihe port engines tire in woi-ijing condirion, and the steamer left for Uveipool under her own steiun. In our judgment the vessel was IhroiiRhout jx-rfectly sate and everything indicates that would have continued to iloat indefinitely, as she was without lurther or risk after the original disaster occurred." I Commlixlim Merchant Suicide. NEW YORK, April 2.-Morris Murks, a wealthy commission merchant at (Ni Spring street, committed suicide at his residence, I'-ast I'hirtwnth street, by shooting himself m the head, lie had recently had a quarrel with his wife whom be married last October .She lett the house and Murks seemed greatly depressed over the occurrence. On Monday he received a message from Mrs. Marks which is supposed to have been a refusal to return to him, aud to have led to the suicide. New York German) Celebrate. NEW YORK, April S.-About 150 persons attended the exercises in celebration of Prince Bismarck's birthday last night at the Jernian society's rooms, 13 West Twenty- fourth street. M. P. Motz made the princi- 3al address of the evening, to which the jerninn M. re ponded. Several oilier speeches wue delivered. Among those were William Hteln- wny, ux-Uo ei..in -Sullivan, Count ICtsler.C. jlei, F. Pik-isand Baron de Thompson. to slight nicxliil.'nti! WANTH WISH WIUIUMAN.X'H Tapl Hohert e has, Ihrough his cdimwl, secured nn order from the de- manding I In, production of Ihe dian.-s kept by Miss Vallery Iho yomi" IURJI governess whose case him for bieai-h of proimsi. ami wdui-iion, has. ueen n-opened nnd pending. H> these nnlb VNalpole Mill nllempl to gravo iniscoiiiliici on the part of MIKH WMi'iiiwin ollk-i-r at Ilin lime -In- claims to IH en completely under his own pmln-tion in the that was his DKKJIXDK nuipnKn WITH. 'llji-pmlestof the shoomnkei-s .igaiiisl being eompelleil to nnrk in the re- -itMUK luoms, by a ik-iiinnd -liiu tuey he piOMdH with Vlnl-lisliops, has v ilh a ravornble on ihe part of nauv of Iho masteis, will M foJliMiod by the others. Already h.m- signed un aKi-eeiui-nl; mde loiinni.lioiis and convenient d Ihls iwogmtinn of the justice ol' the IIRI- uinirti iiRuiust home labor basod on samUu'y timinds cnn senrcel( lull to mlluciice the ..mtur-tiws nt iinlnstrif-H whose wares ire. llmslied in rooms Hlso devoted to cooking, l A MURK DCMOt-RATIC POLICV. Chiuicellor vou Laprivi has annoumvd hi iiiLi-ntioii 10 abandon thu systwm 0( inspired j.iiirnnls, which he believas'to lie unfair U other newspapers, mid prixlm-tivn of no bor iiispirmg uulhonty. lie will decliuo to extend fnvom Ui one are ilenind another, but will, on th ithei bund, a in at a wider and more cqml C'hilHron's School ,Slad-s. The game of Nelly Bly Arouiul HIP World, only cts. ERIE STORE. h to respei'labl lilt- disti iljuti'.n of official loiirnitls, witbmit refeninie to tbeir political 'nailing, than ha, heretofore Iwu the prac IKU The ermieror has decided tbat militar the n-tiri-d list arw uii'ler tli' luilsiiR-tion or Mm civil authorities and mus n all eases be amenable to Ihe civil luws leport of tin- betrothal of An-lidui-lm, Stephanin, widoii (Jf (Vown Prince Kudolnh .o Archduke lx, thc. Auilnan throne, is officially denied at Vienna BISMARCK'S BIRTHDAY. Orem HI. Prlnua Mnken a -ptini-li. BKitUN, Apul a. celi-bra Ion t'riiici-Bismarck's 75tb birlhdav al Kried i' h-nihe yesterday was ehuractenjicd by -n-enthiislasinarid ge-ieml ity than maiked ally bimilur occasion since th ji.sei vanoe of the old dimicellor's natal day lie-'auie an oucnrmice of national interest trains loailedwith Prince Bin n...ivk'n admiren, mingled their freight I lut of the regular muns ialldef Hioii-aiiils of persons nt tho day, and the cn-stle was thronged n ill until a late hour In mlililion .-I visits ihe ei-c-han.-ellor re over I.KOO (HI thday greotingb by mai trim em- iiiduiie ami ninnerous (jeror sent hiu portrait Twelve hundred ing torches railway employee. tu FriwlrfclwruB last and sereliadivl Prince Bismarck, also presenting the ex-chancellor with nn Kepi y ing to the address 1-Yrnee Bismarck nn Id In-ha.I always advocated rajiid communica- tiuii The railway was now tho vehicle of He would never forger the Im- mense service of MinlMer Maybach m carry- ig out the and of .1 I -..lin Mulch. NEW YOISK, i; nl I Ht.Iobn, who the 1 in u hum monsliip of the Jintccl Sluii ui-r-ucl ii, it William Inti of 'I f tliu llnlish Life uards, in a (cnciug miitcn at the Eden Musre yestiTilaj n inning four out of veand lakinga purse of tlOii put up by emlK'rs. of the York Athletic club. Killed l.y Train. AMDOVKR, X Y., April 2-4 man named IN THE COMMONS. 'Ihe Newfound land DrleKalan Invlteil fo London. I OVDON, April the houne of com- mons lout evening Mr. William IWmond .kill (be Rovein.neiit whether the New- I mudliuid .Weifatcs had been invited ilun Uie Msheries and if i ..I, nhctl'i'i the governineut would cable hir .lunii-s Kergn.son iaid the prehner had them unil they would doulitless come 113 soon aB tin ir ibilies Tlierefoi-e it nan iinni'i oteaiy to cable to them. Poi'toi Tunnoraikud vlicther the coiiRect of Co'.Poland obtained to the Vbeat was stmck by E, ic train iiglan.t and Fronca urt west of Alfml Station "f lhu which he e mixlu. Vivendi tfcstrrdny'ii Bawball Galnx. Tbe fi-llowing games were played yester- day: At 30, Wheeling 1. At, New York 8, Metro- politans 1. At 5, Hi Jmversity of Pennsylvania 7. At man uries tioiu which he within a few' "aiu MM monu- vivnnoi uinut--  your feet .Iry am) warm, got a pair of D. Aimsii-oiij? i Co'n Hand common SCildp sllOOfl. riicy will SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. EWSPAPER EWSPAPER!   

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