Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 8, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

April 08, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y.. TI’KS DAY. APRIL NO. in B HEPHESESTATIVE USI NESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK A NIAGARA SHIR CANAL MTW Kl I IM. M.-»-h*nical Itepartmetit of j#*. Dunk:rk|Pnnting|( omp»ii». x LKXAKVEK'M UMI and Wood JTart, -f A Cen tm! Ave® a*. opiate    I Ale Jtpti All grade* of nard an't Soft O*1. W-«Lumber, 'higgle* and IJEih. Tree ■abv . irnnipi*'!*"'* for wholesale lot* niieiaiL R LIU HKK'S CHAK HK HY HOC UC. EP Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in (sported and luDWtc ( hi na. Glassware, Ar. LlHAlTAOil A HOTHI, t    Hate*.    Al    per    day. Llvarv and Boa: tm* nut ie .n con section. Virtor Euler, rift and 337 Lion street tllTI BARRER SHOP t    cha*.    Sag:*,    Prop, under Lake Shore National Hank, cornel center and Th.nl street*. A line atm k of toolgB and I lunier, ac cigar*. U «ONKLIN A SHIN, j    Sh*    center    street, Pra«-ti« ai boree-shoet a. Particular attention ac* to mierfer;a* dane*. 'besan g of road a a trotting bontee a specially. j |l >klRK Ll KMM* OMO RI K K. ii, lurgeet Daily in tee I or n tv. An unequalled advertising used,urn I \ UN Kl KH ENGINEERING COW PANY. Le    I    CV—T    VI a i'.-Ui-.e Si an ufa. lurer* of kngin*.-*, Boilers Pulleve, hafting Ha. a em. etc. Pa tie ms. Forgings aaungi>, and Alai htne Vt rk t< ritr. UN KIRK SHIRT CO, JUK, Alf. and i>»7 Center *tr*t t, Man ut*. lurer* of Hie •unwed” and "Dunkirk’’ {*erfe* t - fitting ae shirts. on eaie in ail leading furnishing, bing and dry good* turn*** in Dunkirk. r. TtHiMEY. AM and ISR Lion turret. tier ta Flour. freed, alt. lia.ed Hay.Pho* M, etc. Established. iii.. Nae am, Union RIE HOTEL and litmus Ta I»e{H.t Ka.*', in i a frame md b ieee nous**. best ancon)in *Uti*.iio for (..Mn annal Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. „ HI *    A t ti.. , J    ll and    I I r>- sir* et. Fine Furniture. Cabinet Mare and L'p-omletnug. Picture frame* made to order S D MATTI 'ON A 11».. Ad I en I rn* Ave , ender* of K aah iou and Gentlemen outfitter*. | AKE! I. HT EAM HEATING CO, lanufa*-lurer* of 'team Heating \i-i.u>    - Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. _|OME HTE AM LAUNDRY. (Jtir specialties:    Fine    Shirt*,    loc. ('allan, I; l uffs, to,, and Lane Curtain*. Free D* iiv-ry A vt Cumming', AG Center street Ii IC OEHM. It Third et, cor. of Ku<T»k> .nufacturer and dea-er in Fine R.»ot* A Hhoe* I EN RY MT El I.ER’H NEW HTORE, loft E. Th.rl sc Rook*. Stationery, Mum>-.ai In-umenu.Magaamea.Daily aud Weekly Payer* A every Ultra pertaining to a Ami cia** book rte achoo. Booka a ape'lam (IR PKI VTI NI *    '    everv    desnrt    lotion    » I.)went living rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, a and IO E Nero**! SC H. VAN Bl KEN A MIN, Fire Life Accident and General linmratje Deal-1B Eeai Estate and Lam. Par, scalar aUon pa l to (be care of urn pen) reller> rents Ac. ii* Ce:.ter ac. in : I or. ON HOEH I* HARM At T. JOI' Central avenue Aquarter* for Wall Paper Pi a .*    ».    A.-. IRK IN*. J. W, SOM Center street, an ti fact nr*-r and deader n Ham-*, Saddle*. Hee, Collar*. Trunk*.M hip*. B- Ta i bollen. se Govern Glove* kitten* and * •• gh h e* SC HOLTEN. ,    IT    East Th.rd streeL minable Tailor, <*eatlera«-n a find .t to r ailvan tage U) .-all on me before purr haring 9 LL ®*0PCSING IT INTRODUCED IN THE HOUSE ■ Mkt HINE for ruling nde of blanks in Use lair*! additur v- I) R. GI EEO Kl* SS and Si Central Ave I). Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Photographs of Bal>ie* a specia l*. Hitter* ared not act for snn»hiae except tor Kbim Hoi IR HINI*ERT—J a Man Irving. Proprietor, So. IU fc. Second street, near Buf-Caio street, Dunkirk, N. T. M agas mea, Mu mc. Pamphlets, etc, bound in al' stvie*. order* promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. H. C AKY A CNK, MS Lion * treat, teoeral Hardware.* h.ie Lead.OiI# Painter** ^p.iea, (Hi c loth*, tint t* m are. A special iiSherwia Williams Pa. ut and Monroe range. ELING. *'ich a* blank-book*, ledgers, and , a l kinds oi blanks «ti>ae at Dunkirk Pnnung Company, e ami lh E. Second sc I IM ILI’H MOLDEN H AI ER. Cor. Third aud Bnf alo Miler in Granite. Martie    kiag    an ding 'tone. Cai! on mf fine buying * aide-walk ISLET A CJO, 7 ami 8 Ea»t Front streec Whisky, W ines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use IBERT M KAY. L*.m streec near the depot larding. ^*i«, Fwid anti Livery Stable .Log by Ute lay or week on reasonable I J. GIEEOKD, I t ti* Ave. I, taint!, ti—raj I aru ranee and ii*-*. k.-uu C Fire, Life. Aettdeat. anti Live Stork ance. Prompt attention g'v *n to buy in* fill ng Heal Kstate IL Thirl ac. our. Deer* at Market. Fresh. Halt an La*'*, -Mintage*, Oysters an lr Is Resigned ta Pl ae* (saudi aa Aaserfeaa Shipping aa aa Equal taal ‘■l la Ap preprint las at WI.OO* aw* for Keg Inning th* Work —The Gnu* Dependent Pension Blit Detente*. Washington. April 8 - Committeeno rail. way* and .-anni*, a red favorably on a btll introduced by Repreaentative Psvne of New York. direr-ting the United .He*re* to male* a Alp canal anguid Niagara Falla from a poult an Lmke Ontario to a point on Laka Ena Tha hill prttvidea the anal shall be 'instructed along o,** uf the mutes for such a project heretofore surreyad. Tha route farorwd is thirty-one miles long It u provided that the canal shall ba inca tad bv a hoard com-pnee I of five perron* to ha appmnted by tha prwdettt. two of them ara to I* fa.arn from tha engineer corp* af the armv two ara to ba civil -tiglon*.,-* of recogniaad skill and tha other ie t»> be in the language of tha bill -a diet inc embed Amanean citiaMi.’* The bill aa intn-iuee.1 proaidaa that tha fifth member 'h.*uJd Im .-b eeii from the ( hi.-ago Board af Trnile hut lh:* na* stru.-k ouf iu the •txn-mittee rile I* ani rn di reeled to make exanuua-tion' of th*, exiatmg survey* and to arrange all preliminary taunts for tarrying out the pro jim t. F«*r tin* w«trk flu,dliu la appropriate I. F<ht Ileglaming rue project fl.UhU.OUuia apfir-    fay    the bill Toe . h a] |, in tate lad a* an offset to tha *    'i. i. ad tan akia of the Fai.s I (tow treaty provtaauoa the United States im ai bi wed to keep but one gun I - at in ha great lakes, arid it would be utterly lm-pomubie liKiiii*. of mi* to concentrate a *qua. i nui quit-aly and effecti v«iy m the event of war It im also in ten ie. I to protect Amar ean ves^l* against what is claimed to ba unjiiMt de* rmiination in violatioa of the treaty stijmlation* by the Canadian govern-ujent m the W\.U*a,i canal. Tha treaty w ith Canada provide* that no diw ruuination shall be shown in the anal. but Canada ail..-** a draw back of .ti j**r tv*nf. on duties for every .argo landed m Canela This la .-la mad to be an injustice to American  mr Ii The pn.pi wed .anal is to ba J® feat deep, UM) feat \ wide at the bottom, and its estimated cost rn about    bt kl. ta m CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. The Ce ••ate'* Dependent Pension Kill |>»-trefe*! In the Hmite. Wash iv ;toh. April H—In the bourn* yea-tenlay Mr Morrill of Kansas in.-red to *u»-paiMl the rule* and J sis. with a substitute senate hill granting pension* to soldiers and sailor* who ara inca; mn lated from tha par f.irmanc* of lah>>r, and providing for panwon* to w idow*, minor .-hiMren and de|iend etit parent* Mr Springer -»f Illinois demanded a*e<v>nd aud the motion w a* seconded, I’Jh to 57. Mr Morrill bnetlv ear In Hied that the substitute provided a sarvua pension of pi a month to M»kiiers who trave reached the nge of HS years or w ho are dependant It was estimated that the senate bill would require an annua! evp.*nditure of fslH.iKNJ.UU) and 'ha house Gi! stifute would mjuire    >«MIO annually. ' r B« s t h man of Ohio protested aga mat bringing a bill of this prof .ort ion and fort-ing It- pa**ag«* with.ait any tuerntiar having tit# right bi offer amendments. Mr Springer enterytl the same ob J** ti**n. The soldiers were not asking for this njeaaura, be said They wanted a service pension bdl ll UiL* bill rsewed coiigraw would have ao •pf*»rtunny to pa** a *ervi»e pension bill. Mr ' arsuev of Missouri said the soldiers were timlof india-nmmatelegislation which platHsl Die skulking crowd an a level with the Lrave man. Mr Martin >*t Indiana suggested that tha I vn." called up in order to prevent tha olf-rtng of amendments in behalf of the widdle s. He w. mid vote f(*r the motion rein* ti-ut Iv !«*-au*e be tieheved that it wa* a breaking of the promise made to the soldiers of the .’ountry Mr Y.wler of fihio said .m Fridav he had went a request to the speaker asking for recognition ycstwrday in order u> put on it* pn.ssaje after four hours, the servo, e jen*ion WIL He had a re^wmse U) that rep leat in this star chamber prvM-aailing veeterday. The Repute ti'am might gag the house, lait thee <*»uld nor gag the soldier* of the iDuntry. Mrt'utchaoa of Mu-higau ndx-uled Dero-orrat* for fwwing a* friends of the soldier an I said that every general pension law had teen enacted against the opposition of the Democrat*. Mr. Cantion of Illinois said that tha pend tog bill e,*,!d plaice 580,000 names of soldiers on the fwusion rod*, and be submitted that no friend of the soldier could refuse to vote for it. even th ugh it did not go a* far a* he would nae to see it. After <-onsiderahle dehate the motion lr Kispeml the rules and pa* the bill was lost— yvars. IHM: rays, *7-im* the necrwiary two third* in the afiirmativa The following bills wen? then pwese.1 uniter *u*pen»»< n d the rules: Senate bill appropriating §15,000 to build an additum to tha public building at H.melon. Tex. >Vnate bill with an amendment striking Bit the appropriation ,-lauaa f.»r a public budding at Saiiua, Can., at a ixwt of §75.(JIM). Mr But ter worth of tJtuo. from The aisttee of appropriation*, reported the iegue lativa. executive and ju*iK*ial app rope lath hi bill. and it was place.! upon tha .-aleo.tar Mr Flower New York moved to suw-I pend the rule* and paw a WU imracing from §4.t*Mi U) fd.UIO par annum the salary of the j supervisung surgeon general of the Marina ! hivqntal service The debate which ensued I wa* .xiufine.! to a diwriuaaoo of the eminent J service* of Dr Hamilton during the yellow i fever cpi* lemic and I he wonderful service be 1 had d<4ia the country Th# only oppoaitioa to the meawiirv came from a few memiwrs : who were <>pposed to the lnereare of wlarie*. The neition to -u*pand the mire failed The Wmmc ti leu want into committae of the whole on the naval appn>pnatti>n WIL Mr Boutade, chairman of tha comm it tea ; on naval affaire, made a brief statement of the aggregate appropriation made bv tha | bul a* c.wupared with other bdls Without | concluding hi* consideration the xsnmittee J rose. ate! at 4sS0 pi UL adjourned. BIG TIME FOR THE BAB £S Tea I k*sM*k af TWas (rack tearer Eggs aw ma rant sui tirssskt. W ashisgtoh, April A — Tan thauaand jolly, rude-kl ag., tumbling children and JO.- , OOO eggs, the children, liha hhe aggs. sari gate. I ia .-fyiar and wd.fferaut rn sire. rod lag ovar re.-fa athar ia bewildering coofusiao wa* tha asm prearm ted rn the White Houaa I grout.ii* on Faster Munday morning, and Baby M.-Kre was ans of the jolliest of tha number No such sight is el*ew bere to ba witnaiawd It has long been observed hers, and Faster Mondav ta looked forward to by tha < hildren of Washington with almost as much interest a* ( hrtsDnas Tha day was balmy and bright the grass green and the frere m the executive mansion grounds wars awaking to tha gentle touch of spring and putting forth their leaves. All the avenues of approach to the White House were early alive with children and nurse* and parents. Tha inevitable basket with colored egg* was aa invariable <'om~ paniou. I inca upon the ground without con-•ert of action, the little ones rolled their egg* down the sloping hill* and tumble after them theinneivew. The music of the Manna I .and enlivened the o-ene vaster ay At 2 o'clock ' President Hammon, his wife anti the McKee habww *ppear»*.I on the Whit# House balcony and were cheered by tha vast crowd of prattling merry children ENGLISH WORKING***. AN ILLEGAL LAND GRANT AN IM ICKY UHM. fake ietira of STATISTICS Sf*OW THAT THEIR CON-BlT ON IS MBBROVING. CONTESTEw kLECTlON. Jsilg* Furs■>wa Takes Testiuioav la the Rlngtteo City Care. CllKWTOft, N Y.f April 0.—The injunction and mamlainus proceeding* in the contest arising o .t of tha recent charter election in j this city were argued before Judge Furman at Troy yesterday. The judge took the paper* and reserve.I his decision. The injunction wa* originally obtained with a view to restraining Henry Back and Enoch Garten from taking their seats, and also the common council from taking any : action towards searing them Twelve of the member* of the oki Bard of aldermen declared Garten. Republican, elected a* alderman in the Fourth ward over Daniel Hallo ran. Democrat. Another injunction was then obtained directing twelve aldermen to show cause why they should not be punished for .'ontampt. An order wa* also obtained for the present .•ouncil to show .-ausu why it >*h.iul I not "eat ami re* ^mxe Daniel Hail* .ran and Patrick Brennan a* aldermen from the j P,Mirth and Fifth ward* respectively. Much interest is taken rn the result of the contest Womans Work. New York. April 8.—The exhibition of the exchange for woman s work was opened at the L**nox Lyceum last night by a reception tendered b the board of managers to Tho ma* A Edison. Among those present were Mr and Mr*. Grover Cleveland an*! many other dinungu.-hampers na besides tha entire I* a rd of managers, among wb< >m are Mr* Andrew Carnegie. Mr*. George Hoad-lay. Mr*. S. B. Elkin*. Mrs. John Paton. Mrs. C R. Agnew. Mrs. Bristow, Mrs F. R. Louder!. Mrs. W. E. Dodge, an.! Mrs. F B. rhurlwr The exhibition will ba open until May 15. Among the interesting features of :be evening* entertainment was tha .-onnac-;»ofi by phonograph and telephone with the M^tr. poiitau Opera house ami other theatrea. (o that th.we w ho ch. ae to do so could listen jo the performance* at thee# places of amusa-nent.    _ Meek* Goes to J ell. Nxw York. April 8. — Lawler J.jaeph Meek*. w h«j wa* referee in the Flack bogus divorce pre*ve.lings, anil    sentence!! to a rn.with « imprissHimeut. but made application b r a stay ->f prtceetiiugs, af •and*-ne.I the ap-pLicatioa yesterday an.! asked the court to let him ser e .tut hi* -euti-mv without delay He -ays hi* acti.m in the Flack ca*# wa* foolish fait tag crmimaL He w i*hci to oblige i old friend* ami he acted on Iv by oreler of Judge B>*)k*taver He dim* mg wane hi* right .»f ap]ie«l. and expect* the judgment again*t Lim to be reversed, but meanwhile he will submit to the ju.igmeot He wa* at om*e taken to be Tombs to serve out his *enteii«v srhiif^r and Ives Wla. CHH aho, April h — Frank Ive* of Chu-ago, _*7'i point*, an.I J Randolph Heifer of New York. SM) point*, playeti the first niatmee game of the handicap billiard tournament veater.lay    •‘The Namiksui" woo, hi* ->ppon- ent making only L'SH button*. Average*— I vc**, IM l.VJd; Hciser. 7 5-19 laud night's game wa* between Schaefer and Daly, and 1 w«* won easdy by the former <le*fMt# the handicap «»f poult* which Daly re.-eive.l Henry Rhine* wa* the referee while Mr Matthew* again acted a* marker. Averages —Didy. 3 5-17. S<-haefer, .*9 7-17. Highest runs - Daly. 18; Schaefer. 10b Eatfrallas Bs* Bee reseed By H OOO Per •ss* Hi nee Last Tear—Nothing to he Gamed ky i oms tag te A user ira —Hporo- iaxtoo a* to (tee Pulley mf Germ***. Narrow Kacsys of aw AeroaseL London. April ti.—The statistt.** submitted by the authorities in charge of British emigration show that sine* Jan. I emigration to America has decreased H.OiJI) below that for the norreapondmg period of 1*h9 Th ta falling cdf, it is represented, rn due to the fact that wage* have increased at home until they are quite a* high aud in some .-ase* higher than the rate* paid for atm liar eniplovment. while toe opportunities for obtaining work here are equally good. These evidences ef improvement are attested by the fag that the number of immigrants arriving in England from foreign countries have increased since Jan. I by more than 8,01)0 in comparison with the month* of January. February aud March, I NHO The farm laborers of Anglesey have ret wiled against the long hour* which they are compelled to work and have organ lie.! a general strike. Hitherto they have averaged f.Hirteen bourn labor a .lay and a* they only demand a reduction Pi twelve hours the justice of their grievance u> apparent to everybody except their einpl.oera The mooe* >if the strikers i* generally predicted. TMX SITT ATI! *N IN OERRANT. The Pall Mall Gaaette. v«a*iuu-i,t mg aa th# situation in tLennaiiv. says: “’The |*nnt that concern* statesman of other countries is not who direct* the policy of Germany, but what course will it take* Prince Bismarck, th-sigh he could not alwav* be interpreted with **er-tainty, repreeente.1 In the main known idea*, prominent among wturh was the statu* qua William ll. in ail probability, ha* plenty of .ieflnite idea*, but at present his policy is known to the world at large cmly from his speeches. Between *pee» he* and acta there is often a great gulf The emperor ha*, for instance, .leetared in the moat positive language that hi* t hief ann is peace 8o ha* every monarch and everv statesman within the memory of the oldest diplomat. But experience shoers that it is one thing to aim at peace and another thing to secure it. The difficulty conies when the choice ha* to be made between this ami and some other aim which happens by the force of circumstances to be incompatible wirh it. For thi* reason tim* alone <*an restore the .imti^n.v which ha* been shaken bv Prince Bismarck * retirement. The em pep >r in hi* npeei'h at the opening of the new rex b-fag tray reassure the public Such a declaration will be joyfully accepted for what it is worth, a quantity which can .inly be determined by experience " A NARROW KSU APT. An American name.! Matthews attempted to .imp from a balloon by the aid of a para J chute at Corydon, and .•aine verv near tieing hi* life. The tm I ti ion had r* bed a great height when Matthew* made hi* leap. Lait it wa* not so high that the crowd of spectators were not able to see that he hat! f-e< ome en- j tangled in the curding of Die air -hip and wa* dangling helplessly underneath hi* -ar. j the balloon mean while drifting aw»v. while i gnuJually .iesremiing. In tin* any Matthews ' was carne!! several nni** and finailv laude.! J <m the peak of a roof, from which lie wa* reamed. He was badly cut. arratcbed ami | bruised. lait not seriously injured Herr Schulte cine -if the most prominent of I the engineers in the employ of Herr Krupp. J the Etfeeu guumaker. committed suicide at E**eu vesterdav. Contemned by alen lev. IMONDI >n. April N.—Tbe ei>rrrepoodeot of The Time' at Alexandria says that Stanley, condemn* the Bntinh Fast Afri.an .'anpnnv for allowing A men, an and Run-urn q«.rt*-men hi exhaust, for mara plesu.ure, tile re-NHir.es of rtx-ir tem tor v It w<>uld be far lietter to allow (termanr to ••ontp»| the due trti-t NukU « nodes a Negtlgeat (HNrlsl 18 \*EiNfTTON. April tt.—Secretary Noble ha* reader*^! an anann a^#n th* repiirt of the tMard appomtad by the connu turn usr of tbe general land    to examine into the fa«-t* and cipmmatdacas .wKeerning the ill*-gal imue of a land patent, date.! Non JR I NHO, to I h-Hiia* Ree*i for IU acre* of mineral land in the Duluth land dwtnct of Min nesota. This patent, if held to be legally burned, would convey the title to land said to be very valuable, and it* issue at the time when the question of ownership wa* (tending before th,* wsfetary gave nae to unfavorable criticism, which resulted in tbe investigation. After review tug the fact* a* presented ia the rejiort of til# t*«rd. Secretary N<4jU* con-demn* severely the actiou of tbe party who prm-up'i the re.sin! of the patent at the Duluth land <ffl«e at 3:15 on the afternoon of the day on which the land commuwioner had at 4 o'clock ti legraphed for the return of the patent. “I therefore conclude," adit* the secretary, “that Mr. VY. B Doughs**, the land office clerk who approved the entry for patent, ha* uiexpiicabiy neglected hi* plain and easy duty ami must be diam lated from the a.-rvtiw of the L’mted States:    that the recorder of the land offi. e. J. M Townsemi, in the conduct of th lh busine* violate.! tbe strict rule* that •houkl have controlled him: that the attorney* in thi* < a*e, Mrerx Harrison, Herring fit Seymour, who were acting for Hartman fit M illet < Reed’* grantee*) one aiel all, by their moth st* of practh-e and by their -.lien.-e when t«.ey -tesitii have spoke i to the government ‘>ffl cia I* regarding thi* patent’* existence. when they knew it lilegHlly uamed, have rendered it proper that their conduct be inquired into •The {.arent is ordered to be held up " Italians Killed. NKWB1R15. N Y . April H.—Sunday night attour Ii o'clock, two italian* rending at Tompins Cove were returning home on the West Shore tra!*k from a jollification. When near Tompkins Cove the men had a quarrel over something and proceeded to nettle their differ en.***' by a fist fight. So interested did the men bo-..me tn pummeling each other that they did not hear an approaching tram. Notwith-tan.hng the engineer did all in hi* power to bring the tram to a standstill, hi* effort* were without avail, and the locomotive struck them, killing out instantly and crushing the -kull of the other, Both bodle* were brought to Newburg and the injured man. Mictuiel G Babcock, taken to St Luke * hospital. Fur * Brei 'usa? Factory. Nrw Orleans, April 8.—! he steamship Mrtupae ha.- arriveii here from Hamburg, ‘itermany, tilled with the elaborate ma > hin»*ry for the te?et sugar factory now under construction at Grand I-land. Neb. She also brought upward* of fifty ton* of Iwet seed Several ton* of these seed go for wan! to the igriculturai .ti-; art merit at Washington Mr Hflnulb-n of Nebraska, who shippetl tbe mac inery for the Graud Island tertory, tis in E'lrope. He exprev-^-s the opinion that the wheat and <'i>m farmers of the West have a profitable future Vf.-re them in the eulti ration of which is the greatest source of prrfii of the Eurupean agricultui-altot to-iay. RufTerinc iu Arhat!*#*. Littlx Rock, Ark.. April 8.—The follow ing ac<s>uut of the overflow iii Chicot county has been relived from John B Simms of fiiike Village. Ark.: “The situation here is distressing. There are many break* in tbe levee from I .aku Village up and the water in the -wa up* has risen to within a foot of the I",* ti od. little dry grourxi is to be seen The street* are all under water exce|k Front -trret. and water tit running aer*** it. The *tock lh huddled upon the high Lunk* and w ill soon begiu to die of starvattim. Travel I* *US|.ended except by dug-out*. Tbe water is still rising. Much suffering is wire to ensue " ITS eAILURE BROUGHT ON BY AN AGENT’S DEFALCATION. Mr. Hilgur sprrslitH tu the Fsteat ut EHXE STOHE CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES.! arvo.owe *M# nird »*e»or#    i-#w «d»*    ^    111'    (%.}< brat*'I    I>«»v\nin^ Hccliiiinx Buck Sbvpin^ < each    is tak* Its Bauds aw BIM—84-ture    A *•«•' |    r|l V    inj;    tin lead.    IU a tiling «>t i*eauiy, and th(»r» t»dv a joy    forev er for any one who uses them. In a word, tin tersn.l f.ifurtsaes af th* Kiad—Muwlel- psl Elrs-ttuns In Ohis. Two Hollies Recovered. StracI'K. N. Y , April h —Charlea P Myers of this city and his cousin, i H«>rge F^ton of Brxige|*!rt, w«mt fishing on <>uei<ia lake on t hnstmas morning. Their bout wa* afterward found overturned. Tbe men were 1 nilling. A diligent search wa* instituted. but the men mild not be found, and it was thought that they had been drowned. On .'un.lay last the body of Myers wa* found on the lake diore rn eight feet of water, and I Eat. a's bi sly wa* recovered yesterday morning near Sylvan beach, it having floated fifteen in.ie* .4 He Louis Dealer EmtMirausd St, Loc IR, April 8.—Trading on ’change * wa* greatly excite*! toward* tbe close of the mal Aet v.—tenlav aftemmai over rumors that k.iss Fraiey. one of the prominent nveniis-r' of the M-n-hajit* Exchange, we* unable to meet hi* .Alligation* All a rt* of rumors are afb at and it I* said Mr Fraley j will he obliged to make an assignment. Mr r raley aud be would not be in a pmutioo to know just hew hi* accounts 'tend I afore for -everal hours. A Reputilieua W*v<»r Fleeted. Hartford. Conn., April 8 —Henry C. Dwight. Republu-an. was elected mayor of this city yesterday by KJfi pluraittv The city government i* RejHiblaNsn on joint haiti* by a majority of two. TLi* wa* the first city cie. ti,rn under the secret ballot law The poll* closed at 5 ami the result waa known Lief,ire 9. Prinee Albert Victor ut Curio. Cairo. April H. — Pr:n«-e Albert Victor of Wale* arrived here vesterdav en nmte from India for England He »»> welcomed by Sir K vex Iii Bary and ot^er noted |**rv»ns. He will remain here a (ew .lays before pro-•-reding homewan! TURF EVENTS. t llfton Kuees. t'urroir, N J . April ' —Weather ahowery ami the track heavy yesterday. Fire* rat. wiling. furlong- Rudolph ftret. Slumber Ttmd. Brilliant third, tune, I "J6\ Second rare. H mile:    Planter firet. Vevay wcimd. Stmti*nt thinl: time. I ‘*5q Thin! race, wiling. 7’*^ furlongs The Sheriff first. Daie-man second, R«mip third. time. 1:41. Fourth rwe, the Harvard handicap. \ mile Glrwry first, >amaria sec..ml. Capulin third, time, I tis**. Fifth race, 7^% furlongs- Carnegie first, St. J,Ain aaooted, Juggler third: time. I FL Sixth rac-, \ mile:    Madoim c«At first. Harn*on se»*»a*l. Addle T thin!, time, I -jus    _ Lewee ( utter- to be Frtewcnfed. Arkansas City, AYk . April h —The river aa* lu-en on a stand ar 47 8-10 feet for thirty-(II bonn*, si that no damage ha* lieen done I ere by th# cutting of the levee at Pus! Fork An eye- w it ne** of the cutting bas ma»ie affidavit lief, >re tbe United States commLwaoner. giving the name* of fifteen white* and eight negroes concerned in the crime The men alii l»e j>r«ae.-iited criminally by tis* levee tsiard. ais! civilly by j. la titers aiel other* w bo have-iiffered Im#* rui amount of the creiawe. Th»* Cattish crevasse is •*. if Mf feet wide ais! still aliening. A W reek#«i Crew et* Bourd. HAijr\x. April h— The steamer Alpha. which arrived here yesterday, Highted Sunday the -teamer Southgate, from St John* for New York, before reported disabled. She -ignal «-i that -he did not ne**! aw:-tarue The Aipiia brings the crew of the -teamer Har*i«i. from Glasgow for Jamaica, which wa* wracked at Turk.-’ Mand. March "J4. also the .-rew of the brig Augusta, of St. John*, which wa* ti at at Turk's Inland. March Si New Orleans N’nr OmutANR, Afuril 8.—Tbe ra.'#* re-tcr-•!ay resulted a- f.Aiowx: F: ret race. ■*» iiiiti*:    Sena A. flr*t, Pete Harlan second. SUirv Teller third; tin.-, 1x Bwoad race, \ mile Tom Earl Aret. , Skobeti.ff aecoml. St ma pie >re third time. LUH- Third race. \ mile:    iAlly L* hiel flrwt. ‘ Fremont wcond. Miw Franci* third. tune. > Fourth rare. I tulle. Joe Blackburn first. I Hardee second. Ladv Bkt- k bu rn thin!, time. } 1:44 Fifth rare. \ mile Friendless fi. -4. Tudor I seconti. Bu«*kier third: tune. I > JKWFI Hf, fit. i min Ital fro#-J W atch. ai Hag * specialty, stanf. 41 k. Th?rd *t EM, .re ti ant Tailor. * antral A von we IN THE RENATE. Wunn*m». April 8-—The senate yasteria y comuilered further the Montana election K*eaan W aa ta Canada. New Yi>RK. Apnl H - Btuuneaa and other: engagement- in I’ .nude prevented J,Ain Kee | nan from being present in the supreme court here yesterday when argument wa* begun in hi* shit against \queduct Contractor* OB men iud Clark for a -hare in their profit* Th* case is still on. PROFESSION AI* Rof.PH, M. D . Phydctaa aa«! Hurge..n er Ljua'a Drug Hiore Real deuce. Central (venue Telephone No, a. Call* ta* v be left at L v.te’s. Mr Vauch spoke ui favor of the minority report, declaring Clark and Magmmaa, the Dem - rate' ta in tan ta. entitled to the seata. Mr Spi-ifier. also a member of the committee • ii pnv lege* ami elections, nu*ie an urge rent in favor of the majority report that Saunders and Pow or. the Republican •lair'ants. ara entitled to the seat NV.tb.4lt finishing hi* argument Mr. Spoiler yielded for a motion to proceed to ex#liftve bii'intv*. and after an executive a<-i si the senate at S JO adjourned. Fund* to be Returned. Nxw York, Apnl 8.—Tbe world's fair committee bas about f 15,ikl0 left <ki hand, am! a meeting ha* been tailed for VVrdn*u-,iay. when the mourner of reuming the fun, I* to the don* >r* will be .ieCHied .mu Min* (odin Pro .xxi need Insane Br* uiLTS, April 8.—A jury after examining Mae Harriet Coffin, tha recant erratK* aduuret of Kyrie Bedew, pr u tiu—i her tn-miw- ami returned her to Amityrill# fcMMM •eylook -_ Matinee Kure- at rn phi*. Mkmphi.h. Term , April 8 —About 1,000 person* att et* ti-1 the mc# matinee at Mont-g..inery park yesterday The weather wa-pleasant, track gum! and the sport fair. First race, 2-vear-oid*. 3^ mile T.x) Sweet first. Black Knight second. R.we Howard third, tune. od. Second ra«'e. sellm *, \ mile: Fan King first. Enterj>rwe second. Deer Lsiga ttnri; ama. 1:173^. Third race. I mile: J<<e VY* I ton first. Ernest Race second. Mamie F«w thin!; time. l:4fi-v _ W •*hiii|iun Race*. WamuniiTun, Apnl 8.—First race, % mile Pa trode* flr-t. Vivid se. ism I. Aquaaco third: time. Ida. Swxmd race. I mile: Beck find. Pelham •wound. Fannie H. third time. 1:44V Third r«ce, >% mile: Beet Boy first. Venue coit sscomi. Easton third. ame. 50. Fourth race. % mile:    Nina VY first. Louie* second. Shouter third, time. 1:1(53%. Fourth race, 1)4 miles. Bawn mo first, Jim Murphy second. Duchart fell, no third, tune, 2:*>v Heore of the IV.I*. Ptttwrcrg. April 8.—The score at I a rn. of the second day’s 142-bour walk ti* a* follows: Hertv, lid mile*: Guerrero, lot; N.ure-ma*’. 112; Hart, 77: M.tore, 121; Cartwright, 23; G< tiien. 108.- Connors, 114; Ho worth, ISS. Hcgeiman, 113; Day, IU; Horan, 105. Bern*. 107; Nolan. 110; Hughes, 112; Crosier. UJ3: Tracey. OO; Ollck, IUD; Gibbons. .58; Barr ley, »U. Hol*ke. MO; Taytiir, 88. Cairt-wrtght lum left the track, sick. Mr. Morgan’s Injiiris* Prohatily Fatal. New York. April 8 -Cablegram* re-reived by the Morgan family state that Mr Junius S M'Tgmn. tbe aged banker, who wa* injured in a runaway accident at Monte Carlo, ha* not regaine*! oon*cion*nMa since th* student, and is in so low a cMwiitKin that bat tittle hope* can be entertained for his recovery.    _ _ A Robber Caught. HaRRI'BURt.. Pa., April '—United f4tate* IVx-rtive John O'Brien arrived here rester ♦lac and lodged in jail one Je—c Thoma*, a yrumg man • bar-yl with breaking into the at Nicboiaoo. Pa., am! rifling certain ti*.tern. The officer will prv»-red with ho- prisoner to Allegheny A Rumored Cyelowe. MiNNEAPOua, Apnl Si—A spinal ti. The Tribune fnim Burlmgtim. la., sent at ll o’i tirHt last night sa s. It t* reported here that Prophetstown, Iii- . was blown away lu.-t night by a cy«-lone. All wire* are down, ami no par*, alar- can be obtain**#. f of, \4 in-law J <i<i»a>i De ast. St J.    M«x,    April A—Chi Win*tiiw Judmm. pc-sulent *»f tbe St. Joseph. HL Loui* and Santa Fe Ka ti rood ompany. died at hai re**ti me in thi* city yesterday of paralyse. He wa?- a sou of the late general R. VV J ie lo. .ii of New York. Int n*~* Hr fee ted. New Yore. April '.—The Amateur A th tit.c um<43 ycrteniay rejected the entry of Matin din VY Ford for the staivlmg brr od jn:np and T. H. Bailey of Provi.ti-ms- for the •Ute > ar ! dank New Yore. Apnl 8.—The annoumvment was made yeeterday that George K. Sistarw A Son*, bankers, have failed Doug lam Huger manager of the Philadelphia »>ffti-e of the firm, wa* f.'uml to be short #1.50.(KW. Mr Hilger died Saturday. This and the Detroit dtfakatioa of A M Stanton for §150,000 a f*-w years aga causeti the <le-falration Sistare's son* hail been m busi-ne*» forty years. A member of the firm stated that tbe defalcation of the Pluladei phia representative of tbe house amounted to over §100,000 He would not say how much more. The shortage, he said, wa* known before Hliger* death, which occurred March 20. He would not say whether proceedings had been taken against the defaulter, nor whether HGger hat! committed suicide, nor what wa* the •■auae of hLs death No statement of the finn’* affair! could be mat ie The finn exjwcted to resume -hurtIv a* they hati no liabilities outside of the Philadelphia office. Street rumors place the finn’* liabilities at ♦GOO,***) and the defalcation at alwuit th# same figure Two years ago A. M Stanton, the Detroit manager for the firm, caused it a loss af #15U,0U0 by falsifying hts noconata, but the firm recovered from this blow ami continued I to enjoy a high credit. Mr. Hilg»*r'» -|»erillation. Phil*DELPH 1 a, April 8.—0. H Needlea. acting manager for Sistaire s Sons. -ays he understands that the late Manager Hiller speculated in stock* and lost §250,000 Mr Hilger died of typhoid fever after a fortnight' ulnes* MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. ey art! perfection iii every rt' pert, anti nothing remain' wanting to make thin the mo^t comfortable oarHage in the market. Light-weight Ribbed I. nderw»*ar for ladies ami children, at He, 9c., 10c., lOe., 20c., and 4:ic. Best Fast Black Hosiery, wairanted not to crock or stain tho feet. A new and full asfortiuent enables us to give you anything von want in hosiery. Some new styles in ladies plain, solid and fancy striped Hosiery very cheap. Novelties in Men s and Boy's Flannelette Shirts at U7o., 43«\, 4S’„ e. A new line of Ladie- Fancy Tucked Aprons at 1.V., 2‘»e. and Inc. New line [didies' and Mis'es celebrated Ferris Corset® and Waists, tientlenien's Britisli and Lisle Hose at HI and 25e Boys’ Waists at 21 Ie. and »>Mc. Boys’ Suspender® 9c., Collar® 9c. Ikivs’ Long Ribbed Black Hose, 9c. ErLIEJ STORE. - —- Tho D«m<«rrat* Curry .Aiuao*t Fvary!King. A Outer Ila,. CnrciJf.VATI. April 8.—Th* city cl*, tion wa* very quiet. An unusually light vote wa* cart, and while there wa* a grent leal af individual enthu*ia*m there was not much poiitii'al feeling. The Democratic ticket wa* elected with the exception of Timothy Max well, oanditiat* for clerk of the police court Fmil Hch-w th* present incumbent, wa* re-efected Evansville. Ind . Apnl 8.—In the municipal election here the Derm erat* carnet! every ward in the city for councilmen ami for city iffic isis Cle vela TD. April 8.—The miimcirml elei'-tion pa**!'I off quietly A very light vote wa* pi.tied. The IWnorratlc city ticket ta -*leered bv almut I,IOU plurality, but the He~ publtian* elected twenty-two councilmen iiifuii>t fi :«**n effete.! fay the Derm«-rate. The boani of e.lu!*atiou is still Democratic Col rn it**. O, April '.—The Democrat* el*!'te.i th* tr entire city ticket. i'*isi*tuig of VV D Dick*»n. police commissioner; Henry Dom, water w.u-k* tru*te#, and Olnbatiwen, chief of police Norwalk. 0.# April 8.—Tbe pamocrmt* -lect f,mr out af five <»un< ll men, water work*    a*-)#*S!ir    ami    member    of    school board, being great gain* in th * heretofore Reftahjiitui stronghold. The proposition to l*>ml the city for fTS.tilJii f*»r additional water work* wa* let*-ate<I M AX'rtEi.D, O . April 8.—Tile Demucratfi electet! tbe municipal ticket bv their usual majriritie'. The ga.- fuel fram-liL*e was l»aiilv • iefeateil A 'trike ( ORI prem-ted. CHiraoo, April ' —Ttie arbitration c«ni-rnittee* ap(-‘inte!l by the strikers att-1 the rna*ter plumber* hetil a four h<mn’ eonfer-en**# ye*tertav aft-moon, and. it is nmler-*tood. praosu-aiIv fixed up matters so that the n en may go u.» w. irk to-day. or Wednea-•lav af the l»te*L Tbe terms of the settle •nent were not made public, lait it lh un«ler--tooil timt the term' ai-cepted by the men are | «-on>nlk*rablv ti -* than tho*** at first demami-»*!. in retuni f*.r which the master; will abolish the ( las* system among the workmen. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT NOW i* the time for priming your tree*, an't soon it rill la* time for ti xiii* your gar-ti-n-. park.* an't lawn*, loft it tie 'lone bv an experienced gardener, ai.d then rail for Vander-tueiiien Brother’*, c-oriier bagle and 'eventh street*. Nevi month we get the finest and rarest roses is hundred* varietie* from Holland. Nice weeping rose for funeral plan and many new -brubu aud trees. Order some #»f them which we will sell so cheap that you must tiny some of them. OTODD kRT Ait)., Pau .I Vt: rnex(lift 7th ^ fit.. Washington, I) i .opp. U S. latent office Patents, Caveat* aud Be (.-sue* *e»Mire«i. Trade Mark* registered Alt Pall'ut business conducted for moderate pees. luforiuatton, Advice and special referencre -cut on request. '7a IMI tit    ikil    A MONTH un br m.* !e 14    workmgtoraa.    Person,    pre ferred who can furnish a h»*rsMr and give their whole time to the business. Spare moment*may be profitably employed also A few vacancies in town* and ciues k P. JOHNSON A CO., i«»i M ur, St., Rk halon. I, Va. I .NJR 'ALE —A tract of lam! in Marion county, Florida, in the phosphate belt. Large or small quanti.os hi suit purchaser* This section is growing more raootfy than any other part of the tate, tail hi and hotel.- are being built sod r-iiiro*dii projected. A good money rn iking inveatnic. t. I har es Mann, Kim Park, Rochester, N 5'. rmon Eiders* Bock ■strength, mailed fa.-a to murrP'd T. P. Crotch, am unut St. Sew lark ROOMS TO RENT (n the Merchant* Bank Building Inquire of lf    Jacob    W    Hoer    or    Frank    Mar CARL SCHAUER 159 East Third St., 11f*.- just rec I ’ cli a Tull i in* o' S. 0 J ie mm THE MARKETS. New York Money Market. tiw Yohe. April 7 M< n#v »4oM*d *r t per cent yesterday, rh* rh* k>w -st rate; the iag-h*-# wa* 5. Kictui’r' flawed 'tea v pout**»| rates. #4 yiq d ♦.HH: moitai nu--*    $: P4%l4 for 4u day* and §4 *7^4 t* for deioan L Government* 'Wee'I -t-,* y; curren- y 8*. I. W bid 4* coup . ’.Et bkt. 43yi«*ip, OSqinJ. Pacific rail row I hood* clo*#! a* follow* I'mon aret* 1.1* bel. do nib King fun ta I. :/t% taal; ( encrain. 1.14 4 aid. IR TGiitiiw auto    Mi)    • MMBfc    __,>    r,__SL K«|ufkl t«» any in tile pity, and at ]»rifV8 that will pay you to him hefoi purchasing. '-« York Prwdoeo Kirhangr. New Yon*. April 7. FLOCH-Ho *1 "i’n ye^terduy 4 % ifU'a winter, ii » •> “ jt; Jo -pnng, §1 fitkfc £ OU nu per fine winter $X. ako < ♦» fbi Npnng. f’i Ont-25; extra No I * inter J: 'VKgi.u0. do apnog. | : it*: extra No. I wint-r $ 'HV^i.yo. do wpring, f3 0tk(*4.'ti city mil!* extra, %*'Sf>hll *> for Meat Indie* rem!hern flour cioeed quiet, trade aud family extra*. 3tK&4 2>. WH FAT—'^psioO' were fairiy active and tbe -L lit* cover* 1 * harp lr in antkripatioa <)t th* gov (•mmrnt rep. rt showing a decreane to percentage Price* cb re* I H^k.'aC tugb-r. 'pot UHM • lowed strong Soot na,** of Vo t red winter. VO I do. Nu* t HUN—!    .*>»)* were active an«t closed «tr>ng .-timing ;-*((• higtier Spa* Iota closed strong >0 « mea of No * mixed.-*P4c 'teamer mixed. *•<4 9c. ' JA > ' —* >p» i' 'im were fairiy active, ckMiiog 'gc bigtier    ti A* ckeeii flrmer Spot wue* No I white state,    No    I do, fct4MY<A|c, No. I mixei. t*c. No - mixed, A)'* : KKgc. BYE N rn Ina!. BAKLEY - Nominal POKE — yuiet: new mesa, f 11 75-41.’ for new LARD—<‘Vwed stemiy; May. §8 414447. July. IIF^Oa Bpt 4-.7'.'St6.7J. BUTTI.ti.—Ste* iy dairy -a*te n, naif tirkio tub-. i(8' a*: 'ret rn creamery. ( Hfcr>r. -St aly New Y* wk cb* :*iar 'atory He; I lulu ttiu. W* :1 q >t* »dy fra*.* -altern Sr Lu. Vd, * b-y*-western do. liV ____ HofTuio frinUmn Market. bcKVAUX April 7. WMEAX Dull No T hard. Un No I norther*. M inter wheat-No 4 reb «c; No. 3 extra <k>, 4 V    I wiute, 871%*’ CORN-Firm. No ye sow, 3714; No I yellow. ®%c. No 3 < «»ra. £**■ OAT' Finn N>» 4 white. Mic No I mixed. (He, N >. 3 White, .ne BARLEY 'ti mg: No t < Vumla «!r: No 3 do, 37c. No. ti extra, 3o-sp.>c. FLOY R ~iea..y. apr il* wheat - twat patent. per Wa, $j % do low grad4. Ii JO Winter wb at beat famil*. §4 75qp» IL; jriiu a. $4.5'_ BUTTER Oam. ry fancy, 454*ti- do boioa XSyte ic. Cfi r.E.'E - Fancy full cream per tlx. ll s%A 14c; cho«-e do. tGG> -Stale and » ana#la strictly frrna cratoa weater* do, lie. Buffalo, N. V. VV D have frequent reqiipnts by mail for 8ainple» <»f new emhroiilerie®. Such retpientH we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or Aon tieing*, also what width and mu ne idea of the price. We have a sttx’k of embroideries that is second to none in the country and superior to any iii Buffalo. The money value we bifer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from J of ail inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from 18 incites to AO inches. Speci.’d lines of cambric edges at 5c, loc, I — Ac, 15c and 25c per yard. Adaw, Mki.cki * A A rn derma*. New idmhU for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stork and the white goods stock. By “complete’7 we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new rn goods—ail the variety that tim best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are offprint; great bargains. Tilers OO    o never was a time when you could trade here more .advantageously. LADIES! If yon want an easy and comfortable oboe, with a heavy Tole. one that will Adam, Meldrum &. Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, H«M»k*|afi<t Stefiooery, AMERICAN BUM K, ■uh;- un mai.s sr ti EET, Bl IT ALO N Y. Penfold MAnnfacturcrand Importer. 3(»4 MAIN HT., MI FFAl.O, N. Y. DKA!.EK IN Diamonds,    Watches anti Jewelry, ( l«w k*. 'ilv**rw*n», l.!*xti»**j- G>*m!*, et**. keep your feet dry a id warm, u;et a pair of D. Arua'lr.mg k Co*' Hand W ell, common hp iise bhoes. They will please yon.-- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. KSU ft A Visa. fiOLDf SJL CKH PLA TIAO A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA YGOODS :««4 MAIN HT KE KT, «» pp* el re Lroqoat* Hotel. $500 REWARD! WK will pay the above reward for any < »*e of Liver ( <»ojplaint, Dy*p*-pata, sick Mea.l**:be. (udireetioa, ( ooetipatiufi or (tiietivene** are ran not cure with West’s Vcg*-Uh)e Liver Pill*. when the directions are strictly c»Hnp!:ed aith. They are purely Vegetable, arui never fail to give outmfacti'.n Sugarcoated. Large la* ire, cm Cum mg » Pill*. SS cent*. Beware af caua-terfeit*, and imitahoo*. The genuine oi.tnu-ficure*) aal* bv JOHN C- WEST A (NL .Wild by MuxioE’R Pharm (CT. D kirk, N T,Go to Monroe’s for Curtains and T OO .oui LAMP CHIMNEYS^" YOU CET THE WRONG SORT; THE RICHT ONES Ake called PEARL TOP ANO ARE JWe alf ti GEO. A. MACBETH A. CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. ;