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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., THURSDAY, APIUL 3. 1891 B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSEfc OF DUNKIRK ANEW RULLNO MACHINK for ruling all kinds of blanks id tlie latest audilm lie Mechanical Department ol 4 UEXANUER'g Coal and Wood Yard.TM Central Avenue, omioiiUi Nickel Plau All (Trades ol Hard and Soil Coal Lumber. Shingles and Lath. Krci Correspondence for wholesale lot? I) B. ZK1 and 225 Central Arc Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous ol Babies a specialty. Sitter. need not wall for sunshine except loi niNUEKT-.lAMKH IllVINO, I'rj IJ pnclor, No. It) K. Second street, near Bui tolo street, Dunkirk, N. V. Maituiiiica, Mil lie, ramphlete, etc., bound in all styles. Order promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. UOKCHKll'S CKOCKKHI HOUSE, L> Leutrul Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in In anil .tonuatic China. Glassware. Ac. HOTKL, Kates, per day. IjiTery and Uoarding in connection Victor Kider, SSftand 337 Linu street UTf BAKBK1C SHOP Luke i Shore National liank, cnrnoi and Third streets. A line ol foreign and Domestic igars. (ONJUON HO.N, 83n Cenuir street, Pitruuularalteiitiou i iuterfenng horses. Shoeing of roml trotting horses a specialty. RKPK04CIIKS FORKMW. THE LONDON PRESS UNANIMOUS CONDEMNATION. IN A That the Article! Are In- spired by i. Fear of Germany'. In th. Equatorial Keport That POHOB Cau.e. the Czar'. I-Hteit Foreign New.. LONDON, April 8.-The London press I, unanimous in bitter denunciation of the in- gratitude displayed by Em in Pasha in enter- ing the service of Germany and organizing an expedition to return to the equatorial province he formerly governed. Though great stress is laid upon his nullification of the work done by Stanley in rescuing Emin from his perilous position and conducting h.in in safety to the seaboard, it is quite ob vious that the inspiration of tlie is born of alarm at the prospect of German in terference with English interests in Africa and that if these interests wero not menacet Ainni might go whither he pleased withou theisligln-ost objection on the part of any body in England. It Is perfectly well known that Emm has for some time past been de- sirous to return to his province, and it is equally nell understood that he has never forgiven Stanley for "rescuing" him, or to put it plainer, for mnkiiiK his desertion of post and journey to Bagnmoyo a matter compulsion. While nobody is surprised hat Emin has entered the service of Oer- many, it is nevertheless a matter hat be has done so. for regret THK CZAIi HAID TO BE POISONED from an appar- A report has reached here f titly authentic source that the illness with vhicli the czar has been seized is due to The EVENING OII.SERVBK. Largest Daily ID ttc Cinmty. An uaeqoalied advertising medium. DVNKIRB KSOtNEEUINd COMPANY Foru-nrly Sellew it l-opulu. tun-re ol Engines, Snalliug Hangers, etc. 1'nttcrns, not) Work tt> order. Oastingu, aud 1 SUlItT CO., itfi, Venter street, Manufucturera "Cromwel....... Dress Sb olo thing Dr. TOOMKV, 434 and 43t; i.iun street in alt, lialc.l (lay. I'hoa phatos, etc. mson lulu. mistered to him in liis food. "tills nf report. or confirmation ther f, are not obtainable, hut the fact that the censorship of telegrams has been most rigor- ously enforced at St. Petersburg since the announcement of the czar's illness is regarded as sufficient reason to believe that the czar Is in a serious condition nml that he i.s not af- flicted with any ordmarv malady. The criticisms of fonservatire Dublin i.iti.i ess on the novel ninent's land purcha bill are the most significant Uie measure that have and utterance which J'.v the ministry. hitherto defended the government through thick and thin and its expressions of opinion comments on yet been made cannot be ignored The Express has ACCIDENTALLY KILLED. A loung Man Fatally ShooU Bll Friend Olvo Hlmielr Up. BUFFALO, April Arthur C. Padman walked ink. the supreme court yesterday and gave himself up, saying he had shot and killed -Manly Strickland, nephew of Super- visor Zimmerman of Tonawanda, Strick- land and Padman worked together on Mr. Zimmerman's farm, and the former recently made Padman a present of a 83-calihre re- volver. The two were fast friends. Yester- day morning they started for the woods to ce shooting, and just as Padman's turn came to use the revolver a rat ran out from under a log and Strickland called to Padrnan to flre at it. The remainder ol the story as told by Pad- man is as follows: ;Just as I pulled the he said, "Manly stepped directly in front of me with back toward me He was stooping and point- ing exactly at the rat. He changed his posi- tion so quickly that I did not notice it until it was too late and the revolver discharged. I saw him suddenly straigh'en up and throw his arms out like and Padman indicated the way, which resembled a man In the act of stretching. "1 asked him if he was hurt FROM WASHINGTON. THE HOUSE DISCUSSES THE ADMIS- SION OF IDAHO. and he said 'no.' Thei; 80 d, 'Yes, I am too, moment later he and started to f w.iu Obuj UCU w fall, but I caught him and laid him on the ground as gently as possible and loosened his clothing, thinking that he was fainting, as I did not see any blo.xl. But he never spoke again, mid in a few moments blood gushed Irom bis nose and mouth. I felt of his heart ami it had slopped beating, and Manly was dead." Altor the shooting Padrnan covered the Iiorly with a horse blanket, went home and his clothes, came to Buffalo and guvs himself up. He was put in jail to await levelopments. Superintendent of Police Morm and others who have questioned him believe his sloi-y. Si rout In Favor of the Opposition to the Proposed Senate Takes up the Montana Election Mr. Gray Farnr of the Sitting Members. WABHI-NITHW, April 3 house yester- day passed a number of less imiiortant measures and discussed at length the bill for the admission of Idaho into the Union. In the morning hour bills were passed authorizing the construction of a number of bridges. On motion of Mr. Mason of Illinois, from the commerce committee, a bill was passed amending the act to aid vessels wrecked or disabled in waters contiguous to the United States and the Dominion of Canada. [It grants authority to Canadian wrecking ves- sels in distr ss, when similar authority sha! have been given by the Canadian govern NO. 42. ment of a joint sel-ct committee to take or- ders lor attendmg the funeral. 8ellator" hmnre and Kenua were appointed the p. in adjourned. at of MILLS CLOSED DOWN. Khode, of Textile Good., Afulgn. PniLAimpAiA, April S. -Rhodes Bros owners ami operators of the Aston, Knowi- ton ami Branch mills in Aston t..wn- .bip, Delaware county, manufacturing doe- Unitei in THE MONETARY CONVENTION. Favor Circulating lledluiu. Coin in (i nwr Btrei-l, luanutuctiirera of tin upiniun ell" and "Dunkirk" (.cried I na repeatedly been quoted by Tories la the irte. On sale in all lending furnishing, house of coimnoiis-as represcntine thesentl- meats of the Irish followers of the plrty. I. BIE HOTEL and iMmntc b.iluon, Union El Depot. Easy accent) to all trains and meas bouses. licet accouimodiuiram (or (Join- John J. Murphy, 1'rop. 11 MLB KM Jt CU.. V, andwi; Tliinl atreLt. Cl Fine Furniture. Piclui Cabinet Ware Frames to nn.l Up- MATTKSON CO., 301 Central Ave., of Fashion mid Gentlemen Oiutlttero 8TKAM HBATtNcT CoT, ol Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. Tins the fact, there is- mnch'T-urioslty m Liberal circles to observe whether the gov- ernment will accept its condemnation of the land bill ns "n public bribe to the peasantry nnd a measure imperiling Irish loyalisrn whose would bo disastrous to tho prospects of (ho Unionist as a frank expression of lin nl public- opinion in Ireland. DESIIJXS KOK THE TmVKB, Sir Eilwnrd William Watkin, the eminent and memlwr of parliament for H OMB STEAM LAUNIHtV. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOc; Collara, M; Cuffs. 4c, aud Lace Curtains, r'ree Deliv- ery. A W. Cummings, Center street. TT K. OKUM. B. Third St., cor. of Uufl'alo M tnulncturer and dealer in Fine Bootn Shoes HENRY WKILEU'S NEW STOKE, 103 K Third Bt. Booku, Stationery, MiiBR-ul I and Weekly util everythirg pertaining lo a dm c-liss IKK Schoo. Hooks a specialty. JOB PKINTINCt ol every descriptio lowest Itvmg rates by Unukirk Priuttng Companv. 8 aud 10 E. .second St. Flyth, has already received eighty-seven de- signs from purls of Eurojw and America for tho London tower which is to eclipse the one which XI. Kilfel erected in Paris. The do sitfiis.submitted suggest many improvements in construction upon the work of Fiffel and seven! urn accompanied bv estimates show- ing that the total cost can be brought con- siilernblv within the sum required to erect the Paris tower. The wood workers at Gera, near Leipsic (lei-many, have gone ont on strike for a re- duction ol hours and an advance of wages. The number in voluntary idleness is 800. A serious split has occurred millers of the Hanr district of Belgium, which n ill grentlr retard tho establishment of the reform whi -h the government has proposed to institute for the benefit of the colliers. Tho wv-der, declare that the Belgian government is notoiionslv insincere and contend that no dependence can bo placed upon any agree- WABHINUTO.I, April !l.-The Pan-Ameri- an conference yestentay adopted, with light amendments, the repoi f. of the r-om- littee on monetary convention. The pre- nnd resolutions as adopted read ns fol- "The Intern .tional American conference is f the opinion that great advantages would accrue to the commerce between the nations of this continrat by the use of coins that would be current, at the same value, in all the countries represented in this c-onferenee and therefore recommends. meut to wrecki g vessels of the Slates, to aid United States distress.] Mr. Baker of New York called up a bi] authorizing tha-constrnction of a bridge am approach at New- York city aurnw the Hud son river, and to establish such bridge as a military and post road. The house then pro- ceeded to the consideration of the Idaho ad mission bill. Dorseyof Nebrns'-a in charge of the bill, opened the debate with a speech in its favor. Hi- sketched the progress of the peo- ple of Idaho sinco the loi-malion ot the terri- tory in 1SIJ3. Tho only opposition to the ad- mission ol the new state, he said, came from the Mormons. They prot sted against the provisions of the constitution which dis- franchised bigamists and and persons who are niemlvrs of any association which encourages bigamv. Mr. -Mutism- of Missouri disclaimed sym- pathy with polygamy, but he criticised the American mone- among the JH. TAN BI'KKN SON, Kir.' Accident and ticneral Ingurar. In Real Estate and Loans. tttenuun paiu u. ineiitrcol iiroiierlv collect f. IJea Ing renu Ac. Ucntur St.. inJ floor. ONROE-8 PItAKMACY. Central Avenue HeadquartcvB lor Wall Paper Pan 1 ils, J. IV., 209 Center street. Muulacturer and dealer in Hin noss.SaiU'len Ifrt.tlea, collars, UuiiaK. Knhc- tlorse Covers BIOTfS MlttcngjimlMeiiili Itoliri 8CUOLTKS. L 17 East Third street, rasbioinble Tailor. Uontlemcn will lln.l it t. tkelr advantage to call on me I nurcliaismi. PB. CART CO., Lion street General Painter'. Souphes, Oil Cloths. Orat te Ware. A special Sherwii. Williams Pa. tit and Monroe range RULING, such an blank-books, lenVcrs, am all kinds oi blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St. RUDOLPH MOLDENHAUER. Cor. Third and Buffalo Su. Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging am1 Building Stone. Call on me belurl utmm your Hide-walk. RI81EV CO., 7 and 9 East Front Btrcet. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. CJet-cral Liquor Store tor Family Use. ROBEKT M'RAT, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, Feed anil Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on rcasonatil. terms. SAM J. CHFFORD, SOI Central Ave. (Ui General Insurance and Kstati Agent. Kire.Lile, Accident, and Live Stocl Insoranoe. Prompt attention KIT an to buymi and selling Real Estate. rp I WE. Third St. cor. Deer. lixceUior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an- Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oystcrr an Poultry. w ATCHZS, JEWELBI. AC. Bny the Aurora Kallroail IVak-h. Repairing a specialty. Frank F. Stapl, 88 E. Third el MOCKER. Merchant Tailor, S16 Central Avenne PKOFKSSIONAU T. ROLPH, M. D., Physician and Snrgeon over Lycu's Drug Store. Resilience, Central Avenue Telephone No. 9. Calls may be left at Lvon'e. ment it may make. Preferred the Nmn "Thnt nn International tarv union be established. "That as a basis of this union an interna- tional com or coins be issued in all the coun- tries represented in this conference. "That to give full effect to this recommen- dation there shall meet in Washington a commission composed of one or more dele- gates fiomeach nation represented in this conference, which shall consider the quan- tity, the kind of currency, the uses it shall have, imci the value and proportion of the mtenmtionnl silver coin or coins, and their relations to gold. the government of the United States shall invite the commission to meet in Wash- ington within a year to counted from the date ..r the adjournment ot this conference." Antl-ITolilbllliinlHtK. MINNEAPOLIS, April .1 _A special to The rnbne from Des Moines, la., s-nys: A confer- ence ot nnt i-Prohibition Kepiihli'.-ins was held here yesterday at which l.id dcle-ates were present, representing twenty of the cities of Iowa. The movement is started for the pur- pose of forcing the Republican party in Iowa I to throw over its prohibition principles and b> return to the advocacy of license law- Hie reason being that in many of the cities of Ihestiitflihelaw is so openly violated that the saloons are far woi-se than under a license law. The men gathered here are Republi- who have not folkraed the party into i prohibition aucl who believe that the party T7 wi" lle "'holly defeated unless the law is re- .1N, April VOBSISC-IIC Zeitung pealed. Some stir, interview between nnd resolutions nd.i He Famous prohibitio says tha at the farewell Prince Bisrnnrck ami the the'fo-mer party should not en. positively declined to am.pt the proffered by espousing local dukedom of Lam-iibm-p. declaring that it was his desire to live in history merely by the name which ho had made histor- ical 1 he emperor insisted upon the x-chan- cellor's acceptance of the title- the latter said bis decision nn- irrevocable and the em- peror declare I that hix where- was ap.rce-1 thnt I'rimv bismarck should not hear the thouzh it was his. e A New London Magazine. LONDON, -A numter of members of the house of commons me supporting a movement looking to the publication In this city of a monthly imiirn.ine denoted to the c-ussjon of thpgros-.abii-.es in the Russian government, and to full reports nnd debates the horrors of the prisons in Siberia. The sentlcmu i who are engaged in the first steps ofthisonterpnsoare Mr Sb'iw L'.fovre Mr Hurt and Mr. Pease, all and ents of Mr. Gladstone's home i ule policy. Hr. Purty Sale. Coi.oriVK. April 3.-The Gazette publishes news from Jloinbi.ssa, under date of Apnl 1 ttbu-i says thut Lieut. Kh.Ii.-rs, who left Pun- pani lor Mt. Kilimn Xjaro with a detach- ment of Muj. Woman's troops, has sent a dispatch stating that Dr. Peters and Lieut Iiedemann, with forty poi ters belonging to I Dr. Peters' party, are safe. Lieut inann, however, the dispatch says, is suffer- ing from a slight wound. speeches were made declaring thnt the r the national party issues and denouncing constitutional provision disfranchising the Mormon. The reason for disfranchising h raid, was that the Idaho Mormons voted th Democratic ticket. He criticised the anti- Mormon provision most, strenuously on the {round that it did not require conviction as precedent to disqualification. Mr. Dtiboii of Idaho made a strong appeal ior the passage of the bill. He said he trust- ed that no partisanship would influence the judgment of members in this matter. Par- tisanship had been ignored in the territory. He said the minority of the committee was anxious to upon the new state the hardship of having bigamists and polygam- ists among her voters. Give Idaho state- hood, under hor constitution, he said, and Mormon question would soon lie nn issue of the past. Mr. Smith of Arizona criticised the com- mittee on territories for failure to report a bill fur thp aiimis-sion of Arizona. That ter- ritory, Le said, had every qualification for statehood possessed by Montana, Dakota or Washington, hut the bill for her admission had been smotheied in committee, because she bad seen fit to send a Democrat to congress. i -Mr rhipimm of Michigan, while favoring the admission of all the territories, criticised the proposed constitution of Idaho as an in- vasion of mcred individual and religions rights. Pending further debate, the bill went over until to-day. A bill was passed for the erection of a at the national armory, Springfield, Mass at n cost nf and the house ad- journed skins, shirtings, domttts and jeans, and em- ploying persons, made an assignment yesterday to the Delaware County Trust company. John Rhodes, who since 1881 has practically the sole proprietor of the ilant, attributes the failure to general shrink- ige in the value of all textile fabrics, and to ack of a market for manufactured stock, of Much a large amount is i ow stored up No tateim-nt nas published, but the assets are arse, and it is believed that if reasonablo terms ore made by creditors the concern will ultimately resume business. Sarnual Rhodes, who wan bought out bv John nusfi, judgment notS, to the ex- THEY ACCEPT THE ISSUI ung of Philadelphia, giving ICnmlan Pennantry In Revolt. I'riiielpal and Kxoiierated. NEW YUP.K, April 3 The committee ap- pointed by the board of education to investi- gate charge-, or insinuations nuidn by School Trustee Tinsdale affecting the good "name of I'riiit-ipal Siithurldiirl nnd .Miss Lewis a teacher, reported that, the all gations had Iweii found and malicious; that the counter charges brought by Mr Sutherland and Miss Lewis against 'linsdnle, accusing him of Impioper conduct as a trustee were fully proved: nnd tha if Tinsdale h .d not already resigned he should have been ex- pelled in disgrace. The report goes further and pays n high compliment to Miss Lewis personally and officially, nnd also expresses full confidence in Mr. Sutherland. The re- port as adopted umini.....usly, except that L'omnn-sioner Mary Agnew refrained from VdtlllK. ______________ Arrested for Murder. XFW YORK, April 8.-Antonio Mansearo and CariT.ino Caggmno have been arrested for the murder of Uaetano Paolo, at Casale 8ottn.no, Italy, two years ago. Mansearo was found working in a mine at Wilmerd- ing, Pu., and Caggiano was working on a sand boat in tho East river and living in this city. Jealousy was the cause of the murder i ao'.o bad married Mansearo's sweetheart IN THK SKNATK. WASHINGTON, April S.-The senate yester- day began the dibt-ustaion of the Montana elect ui-i <-nj-es Air Edmunds, from the judiciary commit- tee, n-pm-te'l luu-k the ai.ti-trust bill in the form ul a stili-titute, and said that there was one In rhp bin ns reported which he tlnuyht went liirthei- tliun it ought to Ko. On ins to a little nectssity of henlth lie would probably not be m town when the matter would be taken up, but some other member of the committee would take charm of it. 6 Mr. Vest said that he thought the section alluded to (section Tl dul not go far enough preleiences to John and James llobson of Philadelphia for The linn consists of Frederick R. Townbcnd, William M. Richards, Jr., nnd Charles II. Wade. The liabilities and assets are unknown. The fail- ure is attributed to the succession of warm winters nnd the consecpient depression in trade and also mill investments. The as- signee says the outlook is very favorable for the creditors. From another source it was learned I hat Mr. Tuwnsend is an officer ill a or is about to go into the The firm of F. R. They Are Determined That the Leagn Shall Not Hiiiflr Them Out at Ihe Stai The Schnilule Changed to That tin Sen lloth lleKln on tint Same Other NEW YORK, April 8.-A special meeting o the Players' Baseball league held at th Fifth Avenue hotel yesterday to discuss gen erally the outlook for the coming season am to provide for the success of tho Brotherhood movement. The meeting was called to orde shortly after noon. Among tbe early arrival were Messrs Hurt and Kelly from Boston Vandershce and Wood from Philadelphia Shire and U'hite from Buffalo, und Secretary The meeting proved to be harmonious. The opening dales were changed so that the sea sons of both tho National league and tin i layera league will open on the same day- April Ul. fl his action of the Brotherhood iu selecting the same opening day as the Na- tional league makes tho fight more agressive than over and effectually silences the Na- tional peoplu who were confident that the Players wero afraid to clash with them ii their The question of taking tack from tho Brotherhood was nettled without much argument. It wag dm-iUod that llulvt-y, Bwkle-j and Dcleluinty bo reinstated, under'ii resolution requiring ,t iiimnlmouH vote ol the board ol directors fur such a purpose TheeaseofJohuT. Plckett, the shortstoi of the Philadelphia Players' club, whose ser- MCOS uiv claimed by the Kansas City club of the American association under the reserve rule clause, wn-i tnken up and settled. It was decided to Mr. Pickett to stay with the Brotherhood. Affidavits from tlmtplayei- were produced Lo sLow that he had returned the advance money, given him by the Kansas City club and obtained a receipt for it The action of the Cleveland convention in allow ing to each club a j er cent, of all the tickets issued as complimentarles was re- versed and the figure incieased lo :l cent. Baring tho season each club ill lie known by Rag as well as bv a unifoi m. Eacuclub will be provided with eight Hugs mid on tbe ijayof axameitMvnrn will fly from the nagstall with that of the visiting loam The league also adopted resolutions- per- mitting ihe clubs to give exhibition games between themselves prior to tho opening of the champ.....ship season. This permission is only I'm the. present season. No exhibition games will be allowed on Sunday. The convention (hen 'adjourned after pass- ing resolutions of t linn In, to Judges llowland and Bacon of New York an.I Jlooiv and Van- dei-slu-o of Philadelphia work in the recent legal dilllculti. s Iwtween the National league und Ihe brotherhood. Alter Ihe meeting adjourned the umpires assembled and discussed with Secretary Brunei! the playing rules and then- proiicr interpretation. Those present wero Bob I'erguso-i Brooklyn, James OalVney of Worcester. <-harles Jones and William Hol- bert ot New York, Bobby Matthews of Phila- __LNEW-J ARRIVALS Boys' and Lmiios- Flum.elelle Blouses. New lot Ladies' Covers, only 25 cents. Now lot of tlio popular Ma.lonnn Cotton. New Tabln Oil Cloth, only 23 cts. per yard. New Self-riding Horses. Now lot of the colebmtcd Ferris Corsots and for les, Misses nnd Cliildron. Call and see thorn them. New lot Men's and Boys' FluiineJIcto Shirts, only 37 cents. New lot Men's and Boys' Nock lies, only 28 cents. Children's School Slates. The Kiuiu' of Nelly Bly Around the World, only 38 eta I ii, !iiUinl0 iroea, nml soon it mil lie tune fur ll.vmj: voiii'Kiii-deiiM arks and lawiw. Lot it ilnno by an imi garileiior. m.d llion nill Iu, Vnn n'ulen treetB. nr nn corner KnKle and Seventh Aexl month wo the flnest and roses NII-I. fm l.nnilruils varli-tie- rose for Juneral plan and ninny new irulisnnil trees, order Mnne "of iliciu winch o will sell cheap Unit yon nnwt buy some ol TOODA KT AllornOT-sTiiisTth SI, Washington, I) i' ,s. I'alent  nilnc.leil unnlenite Keen. Infoi-nnilioii .Ivice anil npucml relcrcnccs HCIII on he mailc delphia, li nes of Ch icago, Thomas mill which bunds Mr far as it went, but said some amendments to it. T.., ij, W hile returning from a neighboring village to his home Paolo was waylaid by the two men Caggiano held him while Mansearo Hias'intry in the government of Riazanron arc revolting aud bloodshed is imminent. The agitation is spreading to Finland -and Atissian Poland and a strong force of gend- irnifsund Coss'ick- Ims been sent to quell the li-oider. The inhabitants of the disturbed -egioiis aiv in full sympathy with the stud- 'UtS. A Grand stand Fell. LoxnoN, April a.-During the progress of he races at Foyoi in Cornwall, a portion of he grand stand, thirtv feet long collapsed 'rec.pitating 200 fJfople to the ground! Many of those who fell underneath were in- uied, some of them, it is feared, fatally. learned that the murderers had left Italy. Kepnliliriin Ciiucuii. the nomination of James K. Jon warden of New York. It was also the opin ion of the caucus that the caucus will and should endeavor to adjourn sine die on April 30. It was decided to oppose the canal ap- propriation for bridges, etc- outside of the J.JUO.OOO improvement bill, and the canal sinking fund interest bill. It to oppose all armory appropriations this year with the exception of those for armories George thought the a good one so he n ould offer 11 r. t'oke said he did not like the form of section 7. Ml-. Kdmunds gave notice that the matter would be taken up so soon as the election matter had been dispo-ed of. On motion of Mr. Hale, after some debate it was agreed (82 to 33) that, beginning lion day next, the senate will meet at noon. The conference report on the urgent defic iency bill was presented and agreed to. Th house i ecedcs from its disagreement to the sen ate amendment.as to irrigation surveys with a proviso thut no part of the amount shall be expended i sinking wells or in the tiou of irrigation works, and that the go-, ernment shall not be committed to unv plan of irrigation. The senate then proceeded to the considera Won of the Montana election case-the major ity report being in favor of "Wilbur F Sand ere and Thomas Pom-r, and the minority be- ing iu favor of IViiliam Clark and Martin Maginniss. men-ial has, a receiver ,v- Co. Wtts ency at from tr. at Utica, Geneva und Alalotie. It was decided A Tory April parliamentary elec- i ion m Windsor yesterday resulted in n Con- I ervative Victory by nn unexpectedly large i Conservative, received that a bill shall be introduced providing for constitutional January convention to be hold next on the CaL, April Alamo 1------- i o, ine Ainlno ir Air. Grenfell, Ulad- stage was hel I up Monday by a lone high- More Sport for Ihe Millionaire.. NEWPORT, N. H., April 3.-The BlueMoun- Forest Park association was organized estarday with Austin Corbin a, prliderj association has secured about era of wild land and mountain range in hK vicinity, and will 6tock it with buffalo Ik, antelope, moose, deer, flsh etc TK! apitol is he preservation of types of Amegae I wayman who expected to get the shipment of bullion from the International mine, but it happened to have been delayed and he got only The bullion would have amounted to ________________ Steamiililp Subsidy. WASHINGTON, April Farquhar steamship subsidy bill, which was reported favorably to the house yesterday, isesti- ve a cost for tbe first year of Mr. Hoar stated the case on tho part of the majority of the committee the who, matter turning up on the question wheli.er the delegates of one set, who voted with the tweuty-flve Republican delegates for banders and Power, were legally elected from the county of Silver Bow, or' whether the others, who voted with the twenty-four Dem- ocrats for Clark and Maginniss, 'were lea-ally elected delegates. Mr. Gray (representing the minority of the committee on privileges and elections) made a statement in support of the claim that Messrs. Clark and Maginniss are entitled to be seated as senators from Montana. He commented upouthefindiiiKof the canvassing board of Montana which declares that no ab- stract of voters had lieen received from Silver Bow county; that they had "exhaustel th. authority given to them by the .statute m en- deavoring to obtain it; and it, therefore be. came their duty to ascertain and deolu red it "from the best sources of informatlo obtain- able" and he argued that the mm assp-rs had no authority to act on any information ob- tained from any source othei than the elec- tion of officers of the county, declaring that he had never known such a bold and flagrant act of usurpation and that the members of the canvassing board of Montana (the governor, chief justice and secre- tary of the territory) should have been whipped at the cart-tail in every country town in the territority. The title to a yel- low dog. he said, should not be decided in such a statement; much less the title to a seat in the United States senate. Mr. Gray yielded the floor, without con- cluding his argument, and Mr. Evarts of- fered a resolution declaring that the senate had heard with deep sensibility the announce- ment of the death of Hon. David Wilber late a representative from the state of New York, and concurring in the resolution-of the house of for the appoint- Iho Ovm-flowecl NEW OnujAYS, April 3.-.'untington has been completely abandoned by its in- habitants, about half of wlwm, with some of their stock, are crowded together on the levee, sutreriiigfloin exposure, sickness and destitution The others ore living more comfortably fn box cars. Many houses have floated awav. Some residents of the leiphborhood are also crowded upon the levees or have fled to the highlands. A simi- Inr condition ol affairs prevails in nearly all the country around the break. The back- water is -.pleading far into the interior. The break increased Tuesday to 750 feet, the Vetu crevasse to and 'others in proportion. The situation below Red river much unproved, but between that point mid Helena the outlook is very gloomy. President Dltiz'n Memuge. CITY or MEXICO, April Diaz, his message to congress which assembled Tnesl.-ij evening, said that good effects are expect.-d to follow the American conference and thu maritime conference at Washington He referred to the apology of the United States for Consul Mizner's slighting remarks in Costa ttu-n. He said that the United States hus to consider the protest of Mexico against bringing Apache prisoners near the frontier. The Washington govern- ment has refused to consider the acquisition of Lower California. The lost installment of the Abra Walls claims was paid to the L lilted States in January, but part is ex- pected to be refunded on the ground of fraud. Finances, railroads, harbor work, etc., are stated to be in a favorable condition. in h The Island Election. PROVIDENCE, April to the inau- guration of the Australian voting system, returns from Rhode Island elections will be .atcr delayed than usual. Full returns from fourteen towns and eight districts, including none of the cities, give Ladd for gov- v 1 UOII1HK Oiimmignf Philadelphia nnd Alonno KniMit of New York. Colnnibiii Baiutbill Helow PUT. f'OLi-wnus, O rumors of the sale of the Columbus Baseball club to In- dianapolis or Detroit are still going the rounds. The latest one is to the effect, that the Sunday games are tolw stopped here and that no iiioiiev can be made without them, and that the team bos been weakened so badly by the lost, ol Hul.lwm. On-and Dally, that it is not much than a uiinbr league clu and will not, draw the crowds during th week that it did last year. While there i considerable talk of stopping the Siindflj games, nothing definite L-an be learned jus now, but it is evident thnt the directors an uneasy. the tart thut they are floodin the cit) council and others in authority wit complimeniuiv season tickets. Tho club i making siu-h a poor blnm-ing in the exhibi tion series that the people are flistecl and it is hard to tell what the out come Hill be unless it is greatly strengthened WITH THE RUNNERS. Wunlilncton Raoet. WASHINGTON, second day OL the racing here yesterday reminded one of the racing in its palmiest days at the capita! The grand stand, lawn and betting ring ivere packed, while the in-Held was lined with car- nnges. The track was still very rough, but if the tine weather continues it will surely be fa-st bj- the cud of tlie week. Results: Fiist race, Parthian first San Jose second, (iypsy King third; time Second race, purse, C. furlongs: Pall Mall first, Little Ella second, Faustina thii-d; time Third race, purse, yt mile: Kittle T first, Helen Wallace second, Margherita third; in mm fr "si; iKwCi. S In KJ; "'Riclimon'l Main MAI.K tract of him! m Miirum roun- Kloi'lilil, 111 tll.j hell. l.iirite small iiiiiintiiiiH to sun purcliaeei-D 'rhm etion ihui-owinir UHireriiui.il> than i.nv oil, part uf Hie hiiilo.....llHiinil holels are'lieiiiu nil nnd r, llni'iils projecteil., A guild niiinev .king1 Cliarlim ,Mann, tl'm I'nrk, Itm-liealer, N. ers' Book ROOMS TO RENT! In the McrclmnUi Bank ISuildniK. Inquire of II .Jai-oh Winner or Frank May. race, miles: Prather first rd second, Iceberg third; time, Last year Davis ;ho same gavu Ladd Davis, Returns from this city will he very ate. Melhodlit Cunfrronre at llltlBhnmtan. BiNGiiAJtro.v, N. Aprin.-TheWyoni- ng conference ol t e Methodist Episcopal l-e'4un here yesterday, with Bishop Stephen M. Merrill of Chicago, Rev. M S. Hard ol this city v.as eltcted seel K. U Olrnsteud of Havre., ussLstiuit rotary Rev J F. U'ariier of Jerinyn, Pa tatistic secretary, and Rev. H. M. McDer- nott ot HoiKsdalc, Pa tr'Usurer. time, f Fourth W I'ttth race, 1 Manhattan first, Carrie second, Not Guilty third; time, 111 f I on CLIFTON, N. J., April was large crowd here yesterday, and some excel- lent racing was witnessed. The track was in good condition. Results: First race, purse, 5 furlongs: Chapman first, Golden Hod second, Theodora third- time, Second race, purse, furlongs: fit. Mary Irst, linguist second, Lady Archer third; To Abolish Grade Crossings. BOSTON, April railroad committee f thole'; islnture have voted to report a bill or the abolition of grade crossings, the roads o pay not less, thiui 115 per cent; the city or own not more than 10 per cent., and the tate the rest. Apportionment of the ei- )ense is to made by commissioners ap- xrinted by the supreme court. MnJ. Colt S, C., April James Colt, who nominated for lieutenant overnor by t flrs time, Third ni.-e, jiurse, Lemon Rlos-som .sec time, Fourth race, the Cambridge handicap, I mile: Glory and Falcon ran a dead h.-at for first place; third; time, 1 KaK-oii vv on the r n olF in 1 Fifth race, mile: Lizaie M'cond. Floroni-t" third; time, .W. Kixt'j rine, (i furlongs; Foi-ilnm first, llalter Harrison third; time, furlongs.- Romp Hairspring third, Hrst, Knola CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just rt'ccivod a f'uli line of to any in tlie city, aiul prices that will you to sue him befoi A LADIES! If you want an easy and romlon- ablu shoe, with a lieavy.sole. one thnt will BUFFALO, N. Y. We have frequent requests by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the Hamples wanted. Slate whether edg- ings, insertions or flounciugs, alno what width and some idea of the juice. We have a stock of em- broideries that !H second to none in the country and BU- pwrior to any in Buffalo. 1 he money value we offer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from J Of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets iu different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over in great variety. I Floimcings in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, lOc, 1 fie and 25o per yard. ADAM, HKLnitiiv A ANDKRCOIC. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can brine to- gether. The Winter stocks are of fering'great bargains. Then never was a time when you could'trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Now Orleans NEW OIU.EAXS. April First race, 6 fur- InilKS' Cat-Ron first-, Lida L. seeond, Nosecav tlni.il tiinp, Second race, 5 furlongs: CrNpino first, Lill> sei-ond, Regarilless third- time, 1 :04. Third race, 7 furlongs: Blackburn first. Harvester second, Harilee 'third time Fourth race, 1 mile; McMurtry fli-st, Mac- auley second, Zeke Hardy third: time, 1 'eek, has who called omii uppoi Killed by Arrlilent. fuTtr on the ground that he cannot killine hii -in jaa DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? YOU GET THE THE RIGHT ONES AREC4LLEDPEARL TQpANDARE ml? by GEO. A. MACBETH CO., PITTSBURGH, PA Bookstand AMERICAN BLOCK, MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. C. O. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, ST., lIUFPAIJt. N4V. keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstroug 
                            

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