Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 9, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

April 09, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York AWN ’CVVAWW ANA lf von art* looking R for m •»«♦*! hi ii jf n*»l Iliff in lh** T Alonerv, It willin' A im-*i t<* mil ^..n T I’ r i si 11 ii * U ow I * T A T I O in i»v«*r> foncfivi N quality. ‘•tat ion K    i\    (>•» I*"    11 fur tin* iMoir. fur K    tnt    man in    »•«•*' in*"*, an*! fni ^tln* Y    mthflii' is-te. lim* of tim* *t*-t«» jour brat in-1 h «• Dunkirk pain • Wt* hat f* n I. K I til*-    ai»«l u 1 H \ \ I * ll] TTEK P" \riLITIKM • !*«»i ain Printing Ifou*o luthxu-»Hni\ (,,r in nit ti it out «*ry Inie»t dc#tgn# in rine Job tvi* a,*. •a»i'|i»a I alt th Hr*i ntinq. Headquarter* for stationery. WWN VOL. XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y.. NYKDN FSD AY. APRIL 0. 1890. NO. IT. B uepuesentative USINESS HOUSES STON KO THE POLICK. RIOT A BY UNEMPLOYED MEN SUBURB OF VIENNA. IN A hr OF DUNKIRK MEW Kt'LIMU MACHINE fur ruling hlLkiuda of blankw la the latest a<l*»itior to Mechanical Ifrpartrornl of Jfc*. Dunkirk|Printing)4 oaspany. rn, dri Plate a LKXANURH’H Coal and Wood Y»rt f\ Central Avenue, oiiDoaite Nickel 4>eiOt All grade* of Hard and Soft Coal, W*4| Lu inlier, Shingle* and Lath* r re** irlif ,* Corr»**pon»l«u<!e for wholesale solicited. lot# HIL mr POKU, SB ami t» Central Ave . Arnatto Photographer. InaUnUneous Photograph* of Bable* a specialty. need not wa.t for sunshine 'tables is i tie re except for Hook BINDERY—J am eh Irvino, lr* prietor, No. It. Second street, near Buffalo street, Dunkirk, N. I. Magazine*. Mu m mpm Ila aer reg as* Jaws Bum mated. T»« Nitisdrosi of Cavalry Require*! to Diaper*# lh# Mob—fourteen Policeman Wounded mad Thirty miss Rioters A rrested Vienna, April 9.—A nioet disorderly meeting of unemployed workingmen was beld at New lArhenfeld, a suburb of this city yesterday, which culminated in a serious riot. The mot* stoned the fad ice aud rushing upon the police guard room, demolishe*! it. seriously wounding the officer in charge. They alan plundered a wine and spirit shop aud finally aet fire to it and prevented the fire department from Approaching Meanwhile another portion of the mob pillaged a nullifier of «h<«p* kept by Jews ami severely lieat the inmate. The police were powerless to stay the fury »f tile riot and the troop* were ordered out. THE BUTTERWORTH BILL. TIII'. ANTI-TRUST BILL Ref •ic, Pamphlet*, etc., bound in all styles. Order* _ mlij.,,rv    to    fire    »*m*i    v*xi pp im pl* attended to. AM work guaranteed. * «*** nnnu,r'    obliged    to    tire    sexeral    vol- ll CIU HEILS CROCKERY HOHNE, .'We Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Sported and Domestic C tuna. Glassware, Ac. / iHALTAl «Jt A HOTEL, I j    Bates,    ti    per    day. Livery and B^iariling Stable in connection. \ ictor Bider, SA*, and 337 Lion street. / HTY BARBER SHOP b    Cha#.    Nagle, Prop., Under Lake Shore National Bank, corner Outer aud Third street*. A flue stock of foreign and Do OM-* UC Cigars. / ION KLIN ti SON, \ j    SU*    Center strceL Prat tical bor*e-shoers. Particular attention pio»* to interfering horses. Shoeing of road si 4 trotting horses a specialty. leva of blank cartridges hefore the mob could tie di*|wowed. Ariot bel tavern wa** snaked by the rioter*, who hid ado d all its windows and batter#*! Bown it* doors. They then burled stone* at printing vehicle* It required two squadrons of cavalry and a iiatialion of infantry to dtaperwe tin* mob. Fourteen poll*•emen were Wounded and thirty-seven rioter* were arrested I) I N KIRK EVEN I VII 0114111 VFH I argest Daily In U-e I utility. An unequalled advertising medium. Dunkirk enoinkkhijiu cospant. Forv*erl| bellow A Popple. Manufacturer# of r.ngines, Boiler-, I uliexs, Shafting Hanger*, ell'. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, and Mn* lime Work loonier. I \CN KI UK SHIRT UL «, ** »Qj' lf cenU'i street. Manufacturers of the •^Cromwell” and •‘Dunkirk*’ perfect - tilting Dress Shirts. On sale in ail leading furnishing, toothing ami dry goods bouses in Dunkirk. A LITTLE GLADSTONE BAPTISED. The Es-Premier Attends the Ceremonies at Westminster. Lout*).*, April it. — A notable oouqtany was present in St Margaret s church, Weetmins-trr, yesterday morning, to wit news the l*#j>-tk*m of a grand child of Mr. Gladstone, who. with Mr** Gladstone and other members of hi* family, wa* one <»f the earliest arrivals After the <-er*niony the ex premier was surrounded by the i*uDi|«ny, among whom were a nu rn l*er of his political opponent* and subjected to a general handshaking Un bi* way to Loudon Mr Gladstone was presided with an addrewi at Weybridge. In acknowledgement of this compliment be spoke for ten or fifteen in in ti tee on the political question* of the day and took ois-asion to roundly de-a<>iine*- the government for it* recent jierfld-ioiu» practices. The present ministry, he declare,!, ®.-re merely m*tirpeni aud intruders Its Passage KiMoiMstadrH bv the Committee ss Agriceltare. W ash i NOTO si, April t.—Chairman Fuoa-sumi of the house committee on agriculture. sn bin Ute, I a report yesterday m*aniiMW»dinf the j ie •wage of th# Bot tar worth bill to prevent dealings rn option* and flitotes by imposing s|ws-ial taxes on dealers In them The report is signed by the full committee. It is states! in the report that the bill is intended to apply to that class of transaction* con ducted in the bucket shoji* and grain pit* of the <nwintry known as “jolts and calls.” m-j eluding Hie whole range of mere sjieculative J gambling in fictitious farm product*. “It doe* not affect injuriously,’' say* the report, “any legitimate trailer or dealer in farm staple*. It seek* to and does impoa# an internal revenue tax ujton thoee dealers in grain, <x>m, cotton and pork, who, as a rule 1 never see. own or handle a (avk or j*>und of the article# they sell It applies to dealers whose transaction* ha vs the leant joinable referent bt the supply and still Ie*** referent to the demand for consumption: who are not concerned whether the harvests are blighted or Isiuntiful. “The bill, which in terms affect* transaction* for future delivery which are in not- nt in themselves and do no harm to anyone, is yet intended to reach that claw* of sjieculatorm only w ho sell w hat they do not ow n. with no j>ur|*>Mc or intent, near or remote, to deliver what they sell; who require little «*apital or *»Ux-k iii trade, and yet who sell in the bucket shoji* and pits of the United Ktales every thirty *lay* more w heat than is grown in the whole world in one year, thus in great measure destroying legitimate trade aud driving merchants and traders engaged therein front th* field, and forcing the price of farm products balow the exert of production, rendering the (ailing of th* farmer unprofitable and degrading toiL” IT IS ALMOST UNANIMOUSLY PASSED BY THE SENATE. me Maatana tinned Rut Election DImiwioii No Action Taken ('OD-- The I). photos, etc TOOMEY, 4.34 and 4:4*. E.___ 4.44 and 44*. Lion street. Dewier in I cur, Fred. a l. baled Hay, I Ho** and dared not submit their claims to repre- I minder should be elected Established, 4877. , ‘KU noir i. an i> hick Iii De|*nt bas* accuse to ail trains ami business houses. Best accomrn**dali**ns for Comae* cia! Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. h' III LRN A KL a; itll I h*i I I bird sine!. Fine Furniture, < alii net Mare and Upholstering. Picture I rallies made to order. Hi D MATTESON A KL UU Central Ave., I .ear lei bid Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. ARELL STEAM HEATING LO.. sent a majority of the electors to the test of a general elo-tion. though they would be forced to do so ere long I* IW N OS MR MATTHEWS. Tile storm of indignation against Home Secretary Matthew* by the banging of Ii Manufacturers of Steam Heating Ajiparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our sjiecialtioa:    Fine    Shirt*,    loc;    collar#, ic; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A VV. Cummings. *07 Center street R. DEHM. E. I bird at., cor of Buffalo Msnufaeturer and dealer in Fine Bool* A Shoes a EN RY W Kl I.ER’H NEW STOBB, IIH E. rn. rh. rd ft.    >1.11.......1X , Mu-., a: Ii. *trumeuU*,M«ga?.ines,I»aily aud VV eeklv Pawers, and every thug pertaining to a first class book tiorw. Schoii. Books a specially. oh PRINTING of every description him! at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 6 aud lo L. Second st. J H. VAN HI REN A NON, Tire Life, j Accident and General Insurant. Deal-en in Beal Estate and Loans. Parucular attention paid U> the care of iinijicrty collecting rent* Ac. 41H Center sL, iud floor. MONROE’* PHARMACY, SOO Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paint .Kilt, Ac. IxERKlNS, J. VT., 200 Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness.Saddles, bridles, t ollan*, Trunk*.W hi ps, Buffalo K.d-c*. HoncOi>vers Glove* Mitten*an*l tdeigh Holies aint iin reasmg in violence an th** facta in the <-aNe be*-oine known It is now alleged that the apj*e ii for clemency wrhich was made to the queen cli* it*-d a telegram from her majesty to the home secretary re*-oil intend mg the exercise of executive for I tea ranee in the ca-w which recommendation it is charged Mr V att hew* deliberately ignored. This stat *i cut has addexl very much to th# intensity of the fee I mg against Mr Matthews. and hi* disregard of the queen s suggestion will likely lie utilized by his opjMiuent* in tile house of commons a* a lever to oust him from the i a bi n*-t if j**s*it>le The action of the American house of reje reseutat iv*s (m-usiod committee in rejecting in favor of giant mg a pension to Mrs. Parnell on account of the service* of her father iii the United blate* navy has caused a g*x*l deal of comment here and has revived all of the old stone* about the neglect of her eon to provide for ber Most of the newspaper* agree that jxilitical motives in the view of the imjjortance of the lr LA vote were at the bottom of the congressional action, and regard it as a disrejtiltable means to a doubtful end The Kamjjeoit Ixxw coiiijiany, the publishers of Stanley** new liook, “Darkest Afrh-a,” have completed ai*rangement* to i-sue 5.0UI).-OUu isijues t»f the work. an undertaking which tiiey deem abuiulantly warranted by the nimdierand extent of the orders for the b**k already relived The liook will be punted iii fifteen different languages. Dr. Jacoby, leoniii* and Cutler of New York alw announced to deliver addresses tie f**re the medical *'ongrew, which is to be held in Berlin next summer. SCHULTEN, 17 East Third street rill Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen w.ll find it to their advantage to Calion me before porrhasmg elsewhere. IX ll. CARY A CO., SSS Lion street. General Hardware, Whit# Iasad.Oils.l ain ter # Supplies, Oil Cloths, Gran ie VV are. A specially.!!/Sherwin Williams Pa. ntand Monroe range. K CLING, such a* blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, Ii and IO E. Second St. The Florida Lases. Wash!TOTON, April 9.—Mr Call intro du-wd In the senate yesterday a resolution setting forth the fact that there had aj>-P-a-e.1 in the public pre*** charges against Charles E. Sway ne, judge, and Joseph 8trij>-liwg, attorney for the northern district of Florida, that they had used the judicial powers of the court of that district to serve jsuitical and party ends and personal interests by packing juries with persons selected be. ause of their j*arty affiliations, and in-ktru ting the committee un the judiciary to take evidence as to the truth of these charges arid rejiort the fact to the senate with the evidence, and with recommendations for such legislation as might be necessary to prevent a recurrem-e of such aril*. The resolute-ti wa* referred to the committee on the Judiciary Munlcl p*l El eel ton In Toledo. Toledo. O., April N —Th# vote in this city and HU DOLEH MOLDENHAUER. Cor. Third aud Buffalo S* Dealer in Granite, Marble, I ging Building Stone. Call on mc I fore buying your ai«le*wralk.    _    .    . IX ISLEY A OO., |    7 and # East Front street Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Cee. KOBERT ATHAY, Lion street, near the depot Boanling, “ale, Fee*! and Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reaaonabh terms-    ____ _ _____________ AM J. GIFFORD. Sol C«*ntral Ave. (Up S stairs', General Insurance and ileal Estate Asent Fire, Life, Ai-cident, ami Live block Ina urn nee. Vimnpt attenhon git 'n to buying and selling Heat Estate Kef <u bin-an. Cherry, for jtolice commissioner. on the Republnwn ticket, wa* defeated by •J.UUO, while Grfbben, lh*mc*-rat, for street oonimi»!ioner, went down by 8,500. The rest of the Republican city ticket was elected by duo majority. The council hoard is Democratic and the aldermen Rejiublicau, with a majority for the Republicans of one on joint ballot. Democrats gain one in the jiolice b* «ard and hew two iii the lioard of cd ii.'at ion. gas C. JONEN, I    75 E. Third st, cor lK>er. Excelsior Meat Mniket. Fresh, Nalt Nn'Oked Mesta, Lard, sausages. Oysters Poultry. an*; and VV r ATC HER. JEWELRY, AL. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch Repairing a specialty, k F. btapf, t«l E. Third st VV ll I laid at. MU* KF.lv, Merchant Tailor, !|4 * «‘ntral Axenue I* ROK FANION AL. T. ROLE II, M. IL. Relief for Profe»aor Henry’s Heirs. VY ARMINGTON, April N.—The senate committee on finance at it* meeting yesterday or-deml a favorable rvjx»rt on a bill appropriating $‘JO, OOO for the relief of the heirs of the late Piofeswor J**seph Henry. Frofeaaor Hetnry wa* for twenty-five years a member of the lighthouse Ixia rd and during that time be reivivetl no compensation for his servicea He perfected several inventions which were of great value to the government, among others a device for the substitution of lard oil for sjierm oil in lighthouses. This suleti tuts* o has saved the government, the “esti-elatex! nim of $4,0U0,00U. Physician an*! Surgeon o flee over Lyon’# Drug sior-e. Ucsidence,Central Axenne Telcjihone No. Call* m»v be left at I von’*. Woolen Mills Coosblne. New York, Ajiril 9 —Four of the larg?*t wwNen mills in New England, representing an annual output of $2,500,000, have coin-btaed for the jiurpaae of selling their own max hand i-e in New York, thus doing away wHL the middleman and saving his cummin —rmn Theee mills are the Hockanuni. Nee Bogland and Springvale of Ronkville, Conn . Md North Adams of North Adams, Mass BOARD OF REGENTS. I The Re pu Iii lew it Caucus Nominates Messrs. Maxton aud Smith , Albany. April 0.— The joint Republican CAUCUS to nominate members of the board of regent* convened in the assembly chandler at I Oo'chwk la**t evening. .Senator Ye*bier nonimateil A*eernblymaii Acker of Steul*en for chairman, and he was anan im (.Nisi r elected. Senator Van Gunter wa* name*I a** secretary, and AsNembJyinen , Towne and Set leek as tellers. Gn motion of Assembly man O'Connor the ii* mnnat mg «f**e>cbe« were limited to three minute* each it wa* derided that the method of nomination would lie to vote for I two men, an*! the man receiving the highest Senator Saxton named Pliuy T. Sexton of Palmyra, and said that be wa* a man who would fill the jMwition with great credit. Senator O’Connor nam d Charles M Dicken-i **on, editor of tile Binghamton Republc-an, while Senator l^iughlin nominated Guilford Richard Davie* yesterday is ragiug fiercely 1 T Smith of Buffalo, saving that be had not held office and aas a we'J-fitted man for the place. Only one Itallot wa* taken, and Mr. Sexton received .Vi vote*. Mr. Smith 47 and Mr. Dickenson 44. Mr. Sexton aud Mr. Smith were declared the choice of the caucus and it tln'ti adjourned Pardons Granted and Denied- Washington. April U. — President Harrison ha* granted j*»rdons to Thomas Primrose, convict* I in Michigan for counterfeiting and ■ sentenced Sejtt 17, IN*?, to five years* in»-I pnsoiunent and to Fred Bellevue. Maine, for violati«>n of internal revenue to jsty $50 and I swta The sentence of Charles Nickel, Kansas, for i-ounterfeitmg, and sentenced to three years ami $1,000 fine, is commuted to two jean* imprisonment; sentence of Vincent R. Griffeu, \'irgima. fi>r keeping illicit dia-tiliery. and sentenced to one month'* imprue ’ oui lieut and a fine of $100, t* commuted as far a* the imprisonment got* Pardons are fen led in the canes of Charles Conran, Vir-I gmia. for retailing liquor without a license and sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and on* month's iinpnsonnient, and in the case of T. F Ma him. Iowa, for violating postal laws sud sentenced to one year's imprisonment A Kansas Hank Fails Manhattan, Kau., April 0 -The Man tiattan bank, one of the *trong*Kt institutions • in Eastern Kansa.**. hax faileil. E B Purcell, > f irector of the Atcbi«**»n. To; eka and Santa Fe railroad, and one of the most substantial I buxine** men in the state, is the principal , dockholder. John W. Webb, the cashier, i wa# appointed temjxirary assignee. The I failure is *q*i<l to have liven precipitated by | the Briti**h I And and Mortgage company, which on Monday advertised a public sale of I collateral b*cau?*e Purcell refused to pay his I written obligation to the company for $20,-, CGO due April I. The liabilities of the bank are nominally $♦>*>.«KU and are understood to far exceed the aseets. A number of Manhattan buxine* men will suffer from the i failure No statement ha# yet been made as , to the exact condition of things. Llvll Hervlc# Commissioners. Brooklyn, April 9.—Mayor Chapin ap-j»inted three civil service commissioners in the place of Edward M. Shepard, Thomas J. Tilney and Edwin Packard, resigned. They are: Harrington* Putnam. Albert G. McDonald and G»-org* L. Nichols. Jr. Alexander H Orr and Rev. Dr Charles H. Hall remain in the commissi on, and it is expected that Mr. Orr will succeed Mr. Shepard as chairman of the com minion Mr. Orr is preai-wa# light and jiarty line# wear not cloeely ] dent of the Now York Produce Exchange. drawn Dr. Jouee. Democrat, for natural Dr* Hall is rector of Holy Trinity P E. ga# trustee, was on both tickets, but received church. Vc Dona Id was a member of the several hundred more Democratic vote# than J legislative arrears commission. Nichols is a lawyer The Jersey City Election. Jersey City, April 9 —-The municipal election like the campaign tha preceded it, wa# marked by great excitement. The vote lx dose. Up to a late h<»ur the result was doubtful, lait according to the best estimates Mayor Cleveland, dem , ha# been re-elected by 1,300 to I.N00 majority over George F. Perkin#, rep. The Republicans gain three aldermen w itll a change of two more. Appropriation Bill—Argunieiit# Against Increasing tbs Naval Force. Washington, April 9 The senate yesterday considered the Montana election cases further, but without action. The anti-trust bill was taken up. and after discussion jessed Hotixe bill to admit free of dut\ article# intended for the St. I^oui# exjmsition in Seje tem ber and October, I NUO. that may be imported from the republic of Mexico, wax reported favorably from the finance committee and [tax#**! with amendment* adding the won!# “and other American republics and the Dominion of Canada ** Mr. Edmunds introduced a bill dire*‘ting the delivery of dedicate law liook# to Harvard university. It wa# placed in the calendar The senate then resumed consideration of the Montana ism teste* I electi*m enaa and Mr Nj*#mer continued hi# argument in favor of the right of the Republican claimants. Mr Sjmoner’s sjieech wax directed directly against Toole of Montana for his course in reference to the meeting of the legislature The title of Messr# Clark and MaginnM, he said, deluded in jiart cai the vote* of men who were not citizen# of the United State# ami who were not entitled to vote. Mr. Pugh argued in favor of 'eating the Democratic claimant# After sjsqtking a short time Mr. George interrupted him to • all attention to the fart that there were but tao seat# occupied on th* Republican side of the chandler, and that there wa- less than a quorum present. A motion directing the sergeant at-arm# to request the attendance of absent senator# wa# agreed to A motion to adjourn was defeated Mr. Pugh Mai*! he did not feel well enough to continue bis argument, so it wa# agreed that the Montana case be laid aside for the day anti the anti-trust bill was taken up. Mr Sherman *j»id that while the bill was not all that he wanted, he tielieved that it was the Iie#t that could be done, and be would therefore vote for it a# it #L*mL Mr. Vest said that lie waesHti-fled that the JHI blk' interest required the passage of the bill a# it stoixl. and he wa# therefore prepared to sacrifice hi# private judgment as to one of th# sections iu order to facilitate the immediate j>a>*Kage of the bill. Mr. Reagan offered an amendment extending jurisdiction in the matter to state courts of competent jurisdiction; and Messrs. Ve#t and Hoar opi«*#*sl the amendment on the ground that it was not comjietent for eou-gren# to confer jurisdiction on state c*mrta. Mr George, while favoring th* bill, expressed bis fear that it* effect would tie very di#aj>| minting. He fa voiced Mr Reagan's amendment. He propi-xd another amendment jiroviding that it shall be lawful for any nullifier of j**r#onx complaining of such injury committed by the same defendant against each of them, to join a* plaintiff# and for the court or jury to find tin- amount of damage# Messrs Edmund# and Morgan argued against (hee* amendment* aud they were l*otb rejected, The bill wa# then I Missed -yea#, 58; nays. I —Mr Blodgett. The bill a# passed is exactly a# it carne from the committee The senate then, at 5:45 p rn., adjourned IN THE HOYNE. Washington. Aj»ril 9 —The house devoted a greater psrt of the day yesterday to the discussion of the n val ajipropriation bill. Mr M Ad. hi of New Jersey called uj> the bill to prevent the enlistment of aliens iii the naval service. It was amended by jjemiitting the enlistment of alien# in cases of emergency on foreign station#. The bill was jMtssed. Mr Adams of Illinois called up the motion to reconsider the vote by w hich the house defeated th bill making ajijiropriation to stije jdy the deficiency caused by the Silcott defal-< at iou. In #uppirt of the motion Mr. Payson reviewed the decision m th** Urnne lase in the i-ourt of claims. The secretary of the treas ury had authorized him to say that his de-jartment would not ajijieal from the decision. A motion of Mr. Holman of Indiana to t -bl# the motion of Mr Adams wa# lost and the vote wa# rei'oiuudered, and the bill (■assert. The bouse then went into committee of the whole on the naval appropriation bill. S| leak mg to the bill, Mr. Boutell* of Maine congratulated the country that miller the jjolicy adopter! in building up the navy bari been demonstrated the fact that we were able to produce everything that entered into the construction of large shijm Mr Sayre* of Texas said that the rejjort of the committee furnished no information respecting the increase of the navy, and proceeded to criticise the bill, devoting his attention mainly to the provision for the large battle shijMi Mr. Holman thought the jiresent naval force of the United amply sufficient. Mr Peter# of Kansas thought the day for battle ships chi the ocvau had pawied. The strongest mandate wa# the dijWoinatic mandate. Mr. Dolliver of Iowa said that the people ut the West took a pride in the increase of the American navy. Mr. McAdoo said the prop***! lint tie shijis would be the jacket line of our army. Mr. I>odge of Ma*«sachu#etP sa d the quickest and best coast defense wa# a navy consisting of a few of the best and most piwer-ful ships Mr. Boutell* said that to stop the creation of a navy now would be a gigantic farce The bill was then taken up by sections, but without completing, the committee rose. and at 5:25 p. rn the house adjourned. Fell Down an Fl*> xxi or Well. Rochester, April 9 — Mrs. Henry Callia, wife of the janitor of the East Side Savings Rank building, fell eighty feet dowu the elevator well of the building and was instantly killed. Mrs. <'allis wa# the mother of two young children, both of whom survive her. She was a injured woman and her husband is one of the most prominent colored men in the city, A New Aiiotriau Ministry. Vienna, April 9.—The emperor ha* derided to create several ministers for the whole em jure. who shall lie responsible Lith *> the crow n arui to the bundesrath. The chancellor is to lie a member of the new ministry ami president thereof. Exonerate the Adriatic's Captain. Lorton, April 9.—Capt. Watkins of the steamship City of Pan# and Mr. Taylor, a director of the Inman S tea rush iji company, emj>i}atwally deny the statement# that the captain of the steamer Adriatic refused to assist the disabled Inman ship. On the contrary be did everything consistent with the dictates of humanity and the requirement* of good seamanship. They also contradict the ass mons that breaches were made in the bulkheads dividing the engine rooms. No I n Text I gat ton. Washington. April y.—At a meeting of the house committee on o nuinerce it wa* deckled to repirt adversely the resolution in-trodu ad by Mr. Buchanan of New Jersey, jmividmg tor an investigation of the management of the life saving service . Killed by a Train. BOOTON, April 9.—Henry B. Marsh, an oil merchant of this city, wax run over aud killed by an Old Colony train. He was 34 years old and a son of as-Akderman Marsh of Gam bridge A Great Demonstration. Barcelona. April 9—Seventy thousand workingmen will be iu attendance at the labor demonstration which is to be held here in May, and it in probable that a general strike will follow. THE SNAITH CASE AGMV Wltaex#** Testify ta Ute I itrx.a^Dc of the Price Paid. Albany. Ajiril 9. —Teetimony inthe Snaitb ca#* wa# resumed yesterday afternoon when Architect HUI wa* agma put ujmju the stand. Uouiisel for Mr. Knailh examined the wit nos* at length aud tried to jtrove that he wa# not cornjieteiit to give «xj*rt testimony. In a measure the counsel wa* successful a# he decline* I to answer certain technical questions. H. Valentine of Brooklyn, a contractor, wa* called aud gave hi# estimate* ae to the cost of the work. He agreed with the former witness iii price# and said he could have built the present ceiling for about oue-half the #um charged Ut one examined he admitted that the work wa# one of great risk and one that would require a great deal of engineering #kill. For taking that risk a man should I* well rewarded and should have a large margin In regard to the #tairo*se, he thought that tile settling of the wall# caused the crack# and could not swear that it had not been proja*rly const mete* L Architect Perry of tin* capitol building wa# • ■ailed and gave his testimony a* to certain defect* in the i-eiling and aseembly staircase. He said that the original cracks in the staircase were caused bv settlement. The jireseut crack* in tile staircase were caused by the bad reconstruction. He said that if he had Ixs'ti constructing the staircase when it wa# rebuilt, Le honk! Lax* placed the pier# under the othci pier-, and not under the arche#. He gave other technic ti evidence of laid cod struct iou. Du croe*r-«xamiuatii>n be rwjieatexi the evidence. Ile wa# still on the stand when the court took a we#* until IO a rn. to-day. JUDC'ARY COMMITTEE. The National Hxnkrnptry Hill Ordered Favorably Reported. Washington. April I* — The house committee on th*- iudi lury completed it# con sideratioii of th* commercial convention'# iu rut! tfenkruptcy bill yesterday, and ordered it to las rejiorted favorably. Mr. Uulberwon of Texas gave notice that he vt* iu kl make a minority report and submit bis I#! ak motey bill already intrvMiuced The convention bill has l**en changed in it# (•hihs«*..logy. lait the j>rincij)le<« which it antipodic* remain the same A favorable report was ordered on a bill introduced bv Mr. Henderson of North Can* Ona amending the internal revenue law#. The bill abolishes nnniiuuin punishment* for violation# of the revenue law# ami give* tho judges discretion to impose jieiml-tie« It forbid* the issuing of warrant# on affidavits made u|*m information and lielief and unless the affidavit# are made by the interna! revenue officer*, and it give* the com-missioner# of internal revenue authority to compromise any criminal or civil case under tie* internal revenue laws and to remit j»n-alties. A bill to provide for the ratification of a I xvii nd ary agreement between the state of New York and Pennsylvania wa* also ordered to lie re|»ort*d favorably. CUE EXPERTS. Ive#, Schaefer aud Moxnou Defeat Their Meii, Despite Han.rgKtp*. fill* vim, April 9 Three game* were played iii th*- billiard tournament yesterday. The tir#t wa* letweea Cattoii and Ive#, the two western exjiert*. ive# wa# handicap!*#! 25 (minbs. but w<ai after a clone game by a s<s we of 275 to 223. Schaefer j>!nyeii hi# matinee engagement with the tall New Yorker, J. Randolph Hei#er. He started with a run, s»*oring 87 from the Lank. The game wax a weary <me until the fifteenth inning, when the wizard broke out with 72, to which hi# opponent re •ponded with 45. Heiser played either in jioor luck or wa# suffering from extreme nervousness. He made a number of brilliant joints, but they were scattered, ami, excejit one run bf 45, never reached 20. Rchaefer place*I careleanly but with vim whenever he found the ivories to hi# liking. Score: Schaefer, SOO; Heiser, 142. Shcwon and Daly were the contestant# in the evening game. Daly received a handicap of lim punts Henry Rhine* wa# the referee. Ik-spite the (*ids given Daly, Sh anon woo easily as follows: 81o##on, .500; Daly, ;»29 —i— Keeping the Mooxollant Out. WARBINGTON, Ajiril 9.—The se»Tetary of the treasury ha# directed that additional force be s»-nt the collectors at Santiago, Cal., to assist h;tn preventing Chinese from coming in at that ooint. The collector ha* already arilled thirteen Chinese while attempting to eros# the border of Mexico into this country. These Chinese came over with seventy* four other Chinamen from Pekin, were transferred in the lav at San Francisco, and landed at a point iii lower California, which Is under Mexican jurisdiction. These China men worked their way uj> and ar* now under cover of night trying to enter the United States. Assistant Secretary Tichenor say# that the Chinese are by every pretext endeavoring to get into this country from British America od the north and from Mex-i*Ni on the south, and under cover of law a# merchants, etc., and that the utmost exertions on the jim t of the government can hardly prevent nome of them from smuggling themselves rn to this country. A Miner# Meeting. Tyrone, Pa.. Ajiril 9.—Three thousand minors in the Houtzdale district met in mass meeting and agreed to join the United Miners' association in a l«*lv. They asseased themselves 2 cents j»er ton per month a man, for the jmrjxme of creating a national defense fund, maintaining one national organ ization. At Phillijisburg, in the afternoon, 2,500 men met in mass meeting and took the same action. The j#?r capita tax collected from the miners will amount to $125,000 an anally. The first action of th* new organiza tion will lie the introduction of a uniform w age wale for dead work, which, if adopted, means material increase in the txsrt of coal to many operators. The Emigration Inquiry. New York, April 9.—The sub-committee of the joint congressional committee on em; grate in began their investigation of emigration method# in the I large office yester* lay morning. Chairman Owen and Congreet man Kturnp were the only member# of the committee present. Secretary Jackson gave figures and statements regarding the number of emigrant# landed at Castle Garden during the jiast year and also figures regarding the routine work of the garden. The members of the sul>-coniniitte* are expected to arrive from Washington shortly when the actual work of the investigation will be begun. The Keenan ( ase. New York, April 9.—Argument in the suit of John K*«enan against O'Brien & Clark wa# continued yesterday. A moti<»n to dismiss the complaint wa# denied a**d the defense will ojien their case to-day. Gen. Ntoneman’# Case. Warrington, Ajiril 9.—A favorable re-j>*rt wus ordered bv the braise committee on military affairs on the bill to plaice Maj. Gen. Stooeman on tie retired list of the army with tilt rank of colonel. ANOTHER CYCLONE IT STRIKES AN UMBRELLA FACTORY AT NORWALK, O. Go# Yonng Vteiuan Killed and a Nuiubar of Uth*n Itxclly InJur»d-—Tha Building Totally W recked—Tres# Uprooted and Fence* DemolLhed In Every Direction. A Destructive Hall Ntorm. Cleveland, April 9.— A cyclo na struck Norwalk, O., about 5 p rn. yesterday. The storm came from the northwest and #wej»t a track about half a mile wi « from the eastern limits of the city quite a long distance in the country. The umbrella factory of Sprague & French was in the path of the cyclone. A part of the building, in which about thirty young women were em ploy ad, wa# crushed like an egg shell Many of the girl# esrajied, but others were caught in the falling building Dora Palmer, aged 19 years, received fatal injuries and died in a short time. Her skull was crushed Nel ie Harding w a# seriously injured a!Knit the head and up* er jiart of the body Mi#« Brush had her tollar bine broken and wa# otherwise injured Several other girl# wh<*«e name# cannot be learned received injuries. A dozen tarns were blown down aud other #maii building# were wrecked. Big trees were uprooted and fences tom down in all directions. The force of wind wa# unj»re*'edeuted iii this sec tion. At 7 o'clock last evening another terrific storm visited the city, the wind blowing aud hail stones a# large as hickory nut# failing, *mu.*hmg window* and demolishing greenhouse#. STOLEN SECURITIES. % Hunk Teller Take# Them and Leave# a fur Parts Iii known. Worcester, Ma##, Aj>ril9. — It lia# been discovered that Frederic Kiiuliall, teller of the Peojile# Savings t ank of this city, who went away on Wednesday last on a short va-cntioo for hi* health, Umk w ith hun ab ait $50,000 in gilt-edged nerurieties I sd*-aging to the l<ank. It w not yet known whether Kimlmll is also a defaulter, a# tile txtnk examiner only arrived iii ths city last evening. A letter was received by Mr* Kantian from Montreal yesterday, which bad tieen sent by Kmii>all to tile j**«tmaster at Montreal, to lie remailed by him to Worcester. The jx*#tuia>ter indorsed this fact on the en-velope, thus spilling KimlfeH'# scheme to obtain a gixxl >»tart on the officer# who are un hts track. KiniliaU wa* a jtopular young man. an athlete and dog fancier, hi# St. Bernard «l<ig# taking prize* at all dog shows. He leave# behind a wife and young children. abut by a (racy Man. Medford, Win.. Agril 9.—A man named Willard Williams, nicknamed “Urazv Kelly,” we* t to the house of Judge Clinton Textor of this city. and addressing Mis# Maggie Pritchard. a niece of Mrs Textor’*, said: "Are you Maggie Pritchard?” She saki: “Yea,” ami then be said: “You must die,” and drawing a pistol fired at Miss Pritchard, killing her instantly. Tile man then shot himself. He t* still alive, but will jirobably die. Mia# Pritciiard wa# one of the leading young society I ie ll**# of thi# village. Two Runaways. New Yoke, April 9 -^Iioni# Bigger*, IS years old, and Alfred I si Deux, aged 12 years, of Sprugfield, Ma## . were found wandering ahmg First avenue by a jjoliceman. They I sal*! they came here to visit an aunt who J live# in this city, but where they did not ' know. Biggar* said be was the son of the rector of the French Protestant Fpisixqjal church, Kjiringfleld. They were jolt ou a Springfield train and their jferentR notified Flu rn bv rn’ Strike Nettled. Chicago, April 9.—The strike of the journeymen plumbers ha# been settled aud work w ill la* resumed to-day. By the terms of the agreement the journeymen will get $3.50 jier day at the minimum wage*, while the juniors get an advance of 25cent# aday. The agreement is to last two years, and all future dispute# are to be settled by arbitration. “ Dr. Ludgate ” Railed. Bouton, April 9. —Miss Etta Harris, otherwise “Mrs. Dr. Ludgate," wax released on $5,000 l>ail yesterday from the Charles street jail. 8. B. Wheeler of Wakefield and Miriam W. Harris of Linden, mother of the “doctor,” being sureties. Judge Murray’s Charge*. New’ Yoke, Ajiril 9.—The County Democracy instructed a committee to investigate the charge* made by Judge Murray against Mr Power ami tither leaders of the organization WITH THE RUNNERS. (Cuttenberg Races. New York, April 9.—The usual crowd attended the Guttenberg ra<‘ea yesterday. The weather was disagreeable and the track heavy. The results: First race. % mile:    The    Bourbon    first. Maia second. Politico third; time, 1:39%. Second race, selling, % mile:    Peregal first. Counterfeit second. Glitter third; time, 1:04%. Third ra«,e. selling, 6% furlongs:    Lotion first, Neilton us second, He third; time, 1:25%. Fourth race, the Wilkensand It kens stakes, I 1-lfi miles:    Fordharn first, lima B. second, Fitzroy third; time, 1:52%. Fifth race, selling, % mile: Jim Gray first. Goldfish second, Peril third; time, 1:03%. Sixth race, % mile:    King    Idle    first,    Ijand seer #e**ond, Cheeney third; time, 1:83%. Washington Races. Washington, April 9.—The races at Ben nings yesterday were well attended. The results follow: First race. % mile:    Helen Wallace first, Ceri^ colt second. Sequence third; time, 51. Second race, selling, % mile:    Vivid    first. Not Guilty second. Mamie Hay third; time, 1:18%. Third race. I mile:    Prather first, Man hattan second, Vandergrift third; time, 1:47. F**urtb race, % mile:    Pelham    first,    On ward sei-ond. Blue Line third; time, 1:19. Fifth raz'e, I 1-lfi miles: Rbotover first, Cornelia nee.aid, Village Maid third; time, I:»%.    _ New Orleans Race*. New Orleans, April 9.—First race yen-ten lay, % mile: Maggie B first, Mary T sec ond, Peanut third; time, 1:21%. Haeond race. % mile: Dakota first, Bena A second, Vatican third: time, l:lff%. Third race, % mile: Luke Dart first. Vatted second. < apt King third; time, 1:02%. Fourth race. I mile: I Airy P first, Alphonse second. Jack Cocks third; time, 1:42. Fifth race, 4% furlongs: Monte Rons first, Annie Brown second. Ferryman third; time, •■*% EK.IS STOKE CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES! uut    I Wiling Reclining Rack Slopping Coach is tnk- V mg the lead, its a thing of beauty, ami therefore a joy forever for any one who uses them. In a wonl, they are perfection in every re pcct, ami nothing re in ai id wanting to make this tile most comfortable carriage iii the market. Light-weight Hi lilied I nderwear for ladies and children, at 8c. 9c., I dc., 19c., 20c., and 4‘lc. Best Fast Black Hosiery, warranted not to crock or stain the feet. A new and full assortment enables us to give you anything you want in hosiery. Some new styles in Ladies plain, solid and fancy striped Hosiery very cheap. Novelties in Men’s ami Boy’s Flannelette Shirts at d7c., 4de.t 4s<\, 03c. A new line of Ladies Fancy Tucked Aprons at loc., 23c, and 48c. New line Ladies’ and Misses’ celebrated Ferris Corsets and Waists. <icntlemen’s British and Lisle Hose at IO and 26c Bovs’ W aists at 23c. and 33c. Boys Suspenders Re., Collars th*. Bovs Long Ribbed Black Hose, De. ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT N OW i# the time fur pruniing your tnt*#, and ao«>n it rill br lune fur fixing your gardens, (.ark* nm! law n*. Let it tie done tn an exjM-r-leneed gardener, and then * ail for Vauder-nieulen Brother’#, corner bagle and seventh nt-eets. Next month we get tile ft next ami rare-I rn#* -in hundred# vanetie-* from Holland. Sue weeping r**#e tor funeral plan anti many new shrub# am! tree#. Order some of them which we will sell #o eitenp that you must ton some <»f them. STOOD A KT Alo., Patent Attorney#, ti 15 7lh  St, Washington, I* Iopp I S. I a tent Office. Patents, Caveat# and lie Issues secured Trade Mark# reg ut*-re* I All Patent blunnen# conducted for moderate Fee#. Information. Advice and njweial referent e- *ent on request biti a SSW i.,,"’’’!™,' terrect who t an furnish a horse ami give their whole tune lo the busine**. Spare moment* may be profitably employed also. A few varancies in town* and (.me*. B. F. JOHNSON A LO., if.*.) M.u* St., Richmond, Va I NjR SALK —A tract of land in Marion eoun* I ty, Florida, in the phosphate loot. Large or xmall quantities to suit pun ha#er* This section i# growing mon- rautdiy than any oilier |»art of the state, mill# ami hotel* are rinng fault anil railroad* projected. A good money making investment. Charles Mann, Lim Park, Rochester, N. Y. ■evvtirmon Elders’■■ J on “Xii Htrength, in*.bt ft** to married 'n. ajmca# F. B. Crouch. BOS Oraud tit.. Yew I urk ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchants ltank Building I ii*| Hire of tf    Jacob    Wirtner    or    Frank    Mav. CARL SCHAUER s 159 East Third St., Hit!* just received a full line of rn Otis ani Trotpngg Ffpml to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to set* him hefoi * purchasing. Buffalo, N. Y. W e have fretjuent requests by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, hut we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or flouncing*, also what width and some idea of the price, VV e have a stock ol embroideries that is second to none in the country ami superior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from J of an inch to IS inches wide iii cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different j widths of edging ami insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing** in the different widths from 18 inches to tit) inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, 10c, 12Jc, 15cand 25c per yard. Adam, Meloki m a anderson. New goods lot* this season are coming iii daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock ami the white goods stock. By “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are of faring great bargains. Tiler i never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. LADIES! If you want an easy Arni comfortable 9lioe. with a heavy sole. one that will keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of L). Armstrong <St Co'* Hand Welt, common sense shoes. They will please you.-- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street, Ad am, Mddrum & Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, lt<M>k*(Mf)«l Stationary, AMERICAN BLOOR, 3Mi-402 MMS ST Uh KT, BUFFALO. N. V C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, :W4 MAIN ST., RUFFALO, H. V. DKA (.KU IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry , I lurk#, Silverware, Leather 4.*##!*, #!••. KSU KA VI SU, UU LU ,f BIL VEU PLA TI NU. A COMPLETE UNK OK I IO LI DA Y GOODS ;*«4 MAIN STUK KT, Opixtsite Iroquois Hotel. $500 REWARD! WL will pay the alcove reirar*l for any cane •if Liver (jump la int. Dyspepsia, Sick Beallach#, Indipestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West’s Vegetable Liver Pills, when the «lirectioi*s are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, aud never fail to sjiv** satisfaction. Sugar Coated. I .arg# boxes, • containing SO Pills. 25 cento. Beware of counterfeits, and imitations. The genuine m*1*11; foe ared only by JOHN C. W EST A CO. Sold bf Monroe*# Pharmacy. D kirk, N. r.Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. won LAMP CHIMNEYS >"»’ YOO CET THE WRONC SORT; THE RICHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE Mule only ky GEO. A. MACBETH A. CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. ;