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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 9, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               II yon are looting s for IIII-P in Hie T Inn-of Hue Ma. A 'all T 11. f H u n k 11 k Primmr (Cum I pent. vt> hate STATIONtRV inrjor) rnnrrita N lili- lUviirn ami E rv Hit- inli. Inr R ifu- infin in IHI-I- a-sllM-IK- Ill-It1. FAfiUTries uiCr.mu- Fine l'T> VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE (7SINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY. APiUL OF DUNKIRK ANEW RULING MACHINE fur rilling alUklncta of blanks is the latest anilitiop Mechanical Department of At. DunklrkirrintmgJComimny. LEXANUKR'B Coal an.l Wood Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate STOXKD THE POLICE. RIOT BY UNEMPLOYED MEN A SUBURB OF VIENNA. All grades of pposit Hard and Soft Coal, Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free lelnr i- Correspondence lor wholesale lolleited. r> K. W3 and 223 Central AT Artistic Photographer. Instantaneo rbotographe of Babies a specialty. Sitte need not wait lor sunshine except ukblAA IN Two JKjnadrom. of Caralry to th. RloUr. Arrested. IIL.VOERY-.IAMES IRVING, Fr P pnetor. No. E. Second street, near liu Ulo street, Dunkirk, N. T. Magazines. M lie. Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Orue promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. llDRCHEIl'S CROCKKKV HOUSE, l> 308 Central avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in latportcil an domestic China. Olaeiware, Ac. 1BAUTAUUUA HOTEL, lUlea, tl per day. 1. 1 very Boanling Stable in connection Victor Klrter, __ SSi and 337 Lion street. f MTV BARHKR SHOP V Chas. Nagle. Prop., Under Lake Shore National Bank, corne Center and Third streets. A One stock o Foreign and Domestic cigars. 10-NKLlN SON, vy Center street, Practical Particular aUentioi to interfering horses. Shoeing of roui j trotting horses a specialty. EVENING OHSKRVER. Largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. D UNK1KK ENOINKKKLNii COMPANY. _ Formerly sellow A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting IlaL'L-ora. etc. Patterns. Forginga, Castings, and iUchiue Work to order. J SU1UT 205 anillw Center Btreei, Manufacturers of the and "Dunkirk" iicrfecl lilting Ureas Sbirts. On sale :n all lending luriuahmg, olotbing anti dry houses in Dunkirk, Dr. TOOMKT, 454 and 4.% Lion street. Dealer in Floor, Feeit, -all. Baled Hay, Plion- pnatcs, vtr.. Estahlished. 1877. VUNNA, April disorderly meet- unemployed workinpnen was hekUt New a suburb of this city yester- day, which .tilminatecl in a serious riot The mob Atoned the and rushing upon th. police guard room, demolished it, seriously wounding the officer in charge. They also plundered a wine and spirit shop and finally fire to it and prevented the fire dtparfr ment from approaching. Meanwhile another portion of the mob pillaged a number of kept by Jews and severely beat the in mates. The police were powerless to stay the fury of the riot and the troops were ordered out The military were obliged to fire several vol- leys of blank cartridges before the mob could be Anotbci tavern was sacked by the rioters smashed all fa windows and battered down rloors. passing of cavalry and a disperse the mob. Fourteen policemen were "nd rioters were ar- They then hurled stones at It required two squadrons of infantry to A LITTLE GLADSTONE BAPTISED. Hi-Premier the CeremoDlei Westminster. LONDON, ApriJ notable oompanv i ramnt. in fit THE BUTTERWOfiTH BILL. Pmumf, KeeoOM.e.xtod br Ib. Hooee M Arrinltare. WASHINOTOW, April Puns- Mi of the house committee on agriculture submitted a report yesterday recommending the passage of the Butterworth bill to pre- vent dealings in options and futures by im- posing special tales on dealers in them. The report is signed oy the full committee. It is stated in tbe report that the bill is intended to apply to that class of transactions con- ducted in the bucket shops and grain pits of the country known as "puts and in- cluding the whole range of mere speculative gambling in fictitious farm products. "It does not affect says tbe report, "any Irifitinuite trader or dealer in arm staples. It seeks to and does impose an nternal revenue tai upon those dealers in grain, corn, cotton and pork, who, as a rule never see, own or handle a peck or pound of the the articles they sell. It applies to dealers whose transactions hav. the least possible reference to the supply and still less refer- ence to the demand for consumption; who the harvests are blighted or bountiful. "The bill, which m terms affecte transac- tion, for uture deMverv which m themselves and do no harm to anyone, is h class of speculator, ,W .at they not no purpose or intent, near or remote, to deliver stoS In? "5" reqUire HMle stock m trade, and yet who sell in the bucket shop, and pits of the United State, every thirty days mor. wheat than is grown in the whole in on. year, thL in great easure destroying legitimate trade and driving merchants and traders THE ANTI-TRUST BILL. IT 18 ALMOST UNANIMOUSLY PASSED BY THE SENATE. The Election Dtucmnfon Con- tinued But Action Taken-Th. House Ite Time to the Naval Appropriation Amlnut Increasing Naval Force. WASHINGTON, April 9.-The senate yes- tordsy considered the Montana election cases further, but without action. The anti-trust bill was token up. and after discussion passed House bill to admit free of dutv articles intended for the St. Louis exposition in Sep- tember and October, 1890, that maybe im- ported from the republic of Mexico was re- es enga from the 0eld, and forcing the price of farm products below the cost of ng the calling of t degrading toil" produ ion rendering the calling of the farmer u rofltable Th. R HOTEL and Sit Depot, tasy access to all Saloon, Union ..--------------1 IrmiiBand bus- inesB houses. Beet accommodations for Com- mercial Travelers. John J. Murpby, 1'rop. E'ULEKS CO., i 97 ana 99 E Tbird street. Flue Furniture, Cabinet Ware and uolilonng. ricture frames made to order. If MATTKSOK CO., Central Ave., M Fashion and Uentleuien Outdoors. I I AJUX1. STEAM UEATUVU CoT, Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. II OMB STEAM LACNDKY. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, loc; Collars. to: Cuffs.lc, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- W. C ery. A Cammings, 2U7 Center street. isfa.mly, was on. of the earliest arrivals After the ceremony the ei-premier was surl rounded by the company, among whom were number of his political opponent, and i V "andshaking. On hn way to Lomlon Mr. Gladstone was presented with at W7brid8e- I- aoknowledge- is compliment he spoke for ten or teen minutes on the political questions of e day and took occasion to roundly de- uncc the government for its recwit pirfld- lous The present ministry, he de- clared, merely usurpers and and dared submit their claims to repre- sent a majority of the electors to the test of a general election, though they would be forced to do so ere long. DOWN ON MB. MATTHEWS The storm of indignation against Home Swn-tery Matthews by the hanging of Richard Davie, yesterday is raging fiercely and increasing in violence as the facts in the case become known. It is now alleged that far clemency which was made to the queen elicited, telegram from her ma- jesty to the home secretary recommending the exercise of executive forbearance in th! case, which recommendation it is charged Aiatthews deliberately ignored. This BOARD OF REGENTS. .publlcan Canou. Nominal., Itt.ssM. azton and flmlth ALBANY, April joint Republi aucus to nominate members of the boar lican the board of Henator nominated Assemblyman Acker of he unanimously elected. Senator Van Gorder was named as secretary, and Assemblymen Towne and Selleck as tellers On motion of Assemblyman O'Connor the nominating speeches were limited to three mimites each. It was decided that the method of nomination would be to vote for two men, and the man receiving the highest number should be elected. Senator Snxton named Pliny T. Sexton of who with Senator O Connor nam-d Charles M, Dicken- of the Binghamton Republican while Senator nominated Ouilford Ld m that he had not m the U K. OEHM, E. Third St., uor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boott A Shoes EJIKY WKILER'S NEW STORE, 108 E H Third sk Books, Stationery, Musical In- aud weekly Papers, erythirg pertaining to a Bret clus book Schoo. Books a specialty. and everythir store. JOB PRINTING of every description H lowest living ratea by Dnnkirk Printing Company, 8 aud 10 K. Second St. JH. VAM BDBKJ4 A SON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insurance. Deal- in Beal Estate and I.onus. I'ariicular attention paid to the c.ire of properly collect- rents 219 Cen of p ter St., 4 nd floor. ON ROE'S PHARMACT, JJOO Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paint Oils, Ac, 8, J. Mr stat-Mi silt has added very much to the in- teniity of the feeling against Mr. Matthews an, his isregarcl of the queen's suggestion will l.kely be utilized by hi. opponentein the house of commons as a lever to oust him from the cabinet if possible. The action of the American house of reo- resentativfs pension committee in reporting in lavor of granting a pension to Mrs Par- nell on account of the services of her father lu the United States navy has caused a good deal of comment here and has revived all of the old stories about the neglect of her son to provide for her. Most cf the newspapers agree that political mo- tives In the view of the importance of the vote were at the bottom of the con- gressional action, and regard it as a djsrepu- table means to a doubtful end The Sampso of Stanl Only one ballot was taken, and Mr. Seiton received .VI votes, Mr. Smith 47 and Mr Dickenson 44. Mr. Sexton and Mr. Smith were declared the choice of the caucus and it then adjourned. Pardon. Granted and Denied. WASHINGTON, Aprilft-President Harrison has granted pardons to Thomas Primrose couvicte i Michigan for counterfeiting and sentenced Sept. 17, 1887, to five years' 7m prisomnent and to Fred Bellevue, Maine, for violation of internal revenue to pay MO and costs The sentence of charle, Sickel for counterfeiting, and sentenced to three years and fl.OOO fine, is commuted to two years imprisonment; .sentence of Vincent R-Oriffen Virginia, for keeping illicit dta- tillery, and sentenced to one month's impris- onment and a fine of is commuted w inipnsonment 8068- Pardons are denied in the cases of Charles Corven. Vir- ginia, for retailing liquor without a license nd sentenced to pay a fine of and one ported favorably from the finance commit and passed with adding the words "and other American republics and the Dominion of Canada." Mr. Edmunds introduced a bill directing the delivery of duplicate law books to Har- vard university It was placed m the calen dar. The senate then resumed consideration ol the Montana contested election case and Mr Hpooner continued his argument in favor of the right of the Republican claimants. Mr. Spooner's speech was directed directly against Toole of Montana for his course In reference to the meeting of the legislature. The title of Messrs. Clark and Maginnis, he said, depended in part on the votes of men who were not citizens of the United States and who were not entitled vote. Mr. Pugh argued in favor of seating the IJemocratic claimants. After shaking a short time Mr Oeorge interrupted him to call attention to the fact that there were but two seats occupied on the Republican side of the chamber, and that there was less than a quorum present. A motion directing the sergeant-at-arms to request the attendance of absent senators was agreed to. A motion to adjourn was defeated. Mr. Pugh said he did not feel well enough to continue his argument, so it was agreed that the Montana case be laid aside for the day and the anti-trust bill was taken up Sherman said that while the bill was not all that he wanted, he believed that it was the best that could be done, and he would therefore vote for it as it stood Mr. Vest said that he was satisfied that the public interest required the passage of the bill as it stood, and he was therefore prepared to sacrifice his private judgment as to of the sections in order to facilitate the im- mediate passage of the bill. Mr. Reagan offered an amendment extend- ing jurisdiction in the matter to state marls of competent jurisdiction; and Messrs. Vest and Hoar the amendment on the ground that it was not competent for con- gress to confer jurisdiction on state courts. Mr. George, while favoring the bill ex- pressed his fear tlmt its effect would be vcrv disappointing. He favored Mr Reagan's amendment. He proixwed another amend- ment providing that it shall be lawful for any number of persons complaining of such injury committed by the same defendant against each of them, to join as plaintiffs and for the court or jury to find the amount of damages. Messrs. Edmunds and Morgan argued aganmt these amendments and thev were lioth rejected. The bill was then passed-yeas, 52; nays, 1 Blodgett. The bill pawed is exactly as it came from the committee. The senate then, at p m., adjourned. THE SNAITHJJASE AGAIN. Wltaeuen Tertlf, to the E tbe Prlee Paid. ALBANY. April 9.-Testimony I; 0. 1800. CYCLONE. IT STRIKES AN UMBRELLA FACTORY AT NORWALK, O. NO. 47. measure the counsel was successful as he de- clined to answer certain technical questions. H. alentme of Brooklyn, a contractor was called and gave his estimates as to the cost of the n ork. He agreed with the former witness in prices and said he could have built the present ceiling for about oue-half the sum charged. Cross-examined he admitted that the ork was one of great risk and one that would require a great deal of engmeer- ng skill. For taking that risk a man well rewarded and should have a margui. in regard to the staircase hoiiKbt that the settling of the walls ct'us he crack.-, and could not swear that it had lot been properly constructed. Architect Perry of the capitol building was ailed and gave his testimony as to certa" the ceiling and assembly stafrcwe He said that the original cracks in c On. Tonnc Woman Killed anil a Nunitxr ofOlhei, Th. Build) Totally Uprootml and F.nr.s D.nioll.h.d In Direction A Uall Storm. CLKVKI.AND, April 9. -A cyclone struck Norwalk, O., about r, p. The storm came from the northwest and swept a track about half a mile wl from th. It- era mints of the city quit, a long distanc. In the country. The umbrell French was lla factory of in the path of the ln wh case were caused by settlement The present cracks the staircase were cauned by the bad ruction. He said that if he had been the staircase when it was rebuilt, be -ho have placed the und" the and not under the arches He gave othiT toolmici] evidence of bad con- struction. On cross-examination he repeated tne evidence. He was still on the stand when thu court took a recess until 10 a m to-day. JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. The National Bankruptcy Bill Ordered Favorably Reported, Apiil '.I _The house com wc bout thirty young women were employed vas cniahcd like an egg shell. Many of the girls escaped, but others were caught in tbe Calling building. Dora Palmer, aged 19 years, received fatal injuries and died in a short time. Her skull was crushed. NeUe Harding was seriously injured about LQHILDREN'SCAgRIAGESJ HE Downing Uoulini; ing the load. It's a tiling of an.l u joy forev. er for any one wlio u.sost.hom. In a an, in every re pert, and nothing remains wanting to comfortable carriage in (he market. tl.o most Light-weight Ribbed Underwear for ladies an.l oliildivn at the head and upi er part of the body iury completed ite con- WASFILYOT mittee an llic ju of the cnirmierciul convention's in. mi! bankruptcy bill yesterday, and it to be reported favorably Mr of Texas gave notice that he would make a minority report and submit his bankruptcy bill already introduced The bill has been changed in its .iras-ology, the principles which it em- IIlies remain the bame. A favorable report was ordered on a bill by Mr. Henderson of N, linn amending the i The bill abolishes Miss Brush had her collar bone broken and was otherwise injured. Several other girls whose name, cannot be learned received injuries. A dozen barns were blown down and other small buildlne, were wrecked. treee were uprooted and fences torn down in all directions The force of wind was unprecedented in this sec- tion. At 7 o'clock last evening another terrific storm visited the city, the wind blowing and hail stones as large as hickory nuts failing smashing windows and demolishing green-' 9c.. Best Fast Black Hosiery, warranted not to crock feet. A now and full assortment enables us to give you anything you want in hosiery. Some new stylos in Ladies' plain, solid fancy striped Hosiery very cheap. Novelties in Men's and Hoy's Fliiniutlettc Shirts at 37C.. 03c. A new line of Ladies' Funcy Tucked Aprons l.V or slain the and 4Hc. New line Ladies' and Misses' and Waists (u-ntlomen's British and I.isl Boys' Waists at and :i3c. Boys Long Black Hose, Ifo.e Suspenders Ferris Corsets at Collars "flc. houses. STOLEN SECURITIES. Bunk Trll.r Take. L.av orth Caro- revenue tawt minimum punish- ments or violations of the revenue laws and gives discretion to impose penal- ties It fnrtmls the ksuing of warrants on affldavit, made upon information and belief ond iinlws the affidavits are made by the in- ternal revenue officers, and it gives the com- mi-sioners of internal revenue authority to compromise any criminal or civil case under laws and Them and for Part. Unknown. WmiCKRTKR, Mass., April 9.-H has been discovered that Frederic teller of I he People's Savings bank of this city who went away on Wednesday last on a short va- .'rlnUJi, health, took with him about U'fuUime your I noun It. betlmofurl XIIIK vnur and lawns. Lot it be done I, a lenccd garcicniT, and then mil f "t-eou" rwn, and unnlpiiH S Vail! cr- and v.-iith Next mouth we get Hie n IICHI nnd rarest I-OWB in Inmdrcda trarlntie? from llolliiml nf tor liliiu nnd many and trees. Onlrr Home of them whlrli lri Ihcni "0 buy sonra .if A bill to provide for the ratification of a boundary agreement between the state of ork ami Pennsylvania was also ordered t.i he reported favorably. CUE EXPERTS. Schaefer nnel SloMon Defeat Their Men, Despite Ciin-Aoo, April played in thp bill The fii-st was games were BUM. ntn UIW lampson Low company, the publtahera in the case of nley's new book, -Darkest inrt __ SBOWnCed tO Onn VMr'e 209 Center street. ManuJactnrer and dealer in ilarness, Saddles bridle., Collars, Trunks.Whips. Buffalo Kobes Horse Cover. Gloves Mittensandsleiarh Robes. it to E8CHULTES, 17 East Third Mrect, ihtonable Tailor. Gentlemen will fl ad i thrtr advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PB. CABV CO., SSS Lion street General Hardware, White Supplies, Gil G rat, ite Ware. A special- lylolSherwin Williams Paioland Monroe range. RULINtt, such as blank-books, ledgers, an all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St. _ u-al have completed arrangements to i-stie copies of the work, an undertaking which they deem abundantly warranted by the number and extent of the orders for the already received. The book printed in fifteen different languages. Or. Jacoby, Ixwmis and Cutler of New York are announced to deliver addresses be- fore the medical congress, which is to be held In Berlin next summer. The Florida Caeea. WASHMOTON, April 9.-Mr. Call intro- ed in the Testerda filing forth the fact that there had ap- p'S8 pabtic pna "gainst Llwrlea E. Swayne, judge, and Joseph Strlp- Img, attorney for the northern district of Florida, that they had used the judicial powers of the court of that district to serve political and party ends and personal inter- with VmmnOKM ntenced to one year's imprisonment A Kansas Bank Falls. MANHATTAN, Kan., April 9.-The two lliard tournament yesterday. tween Cattou and Ives the experts. Ives was handicapped after tall He his matinee New Yorker, J. Randolph started wito a run, scoring 87 Heiser r! until the fifteenth inning, when the wizard broke out 72, to which his opponent re- sponded 45 Heiser played Either in luck or was suffering from extreme e nervousness. He made a number of brilliant points but they were scattered, aud except one run of 45, never reached 20. Schaefer played carelessly but with vim whenever he lound the ivories to his liking. Score- Man- t structing the committee on the judiciary to take evidence as to the truth of these and report the fact to th. senate withth. evidence, and with recommendation, for such legislation a. might b. necessary to pre- vent a recurrence of such evils urrence of such evils. rred the The resolu- on the TlCDOLPB MOLDBNUADER. _IV Cor. Third and Buffalo b, Dealer in Granite, Marble. I -gmi; and Building Stone. Call on me b Ion bnyinc your aide-walk. _ 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Oei.rral Liquor Store for Family Use, M'KAT. Lion street, near the depot Boarding, Sale. Feed and Llverr Stable, by the day or week on reasonable OAIi J. OIFFOKD, SOI Central Ave. O General Insurance and Beat Estate Agent. Pire.Life. Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention and selling Keal Kstate. TC. JONB9. 75 E. Third st, cor. Ueer. excelsior Meat Market. Frmh, Salt gmoked Lat.l, sausages, Oysters Poultry. r ATCHK8. JEWKLRT, Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Hvpainng a specialty. I rauk F. Stapf. S3 E. Thinl St. r M. MCK'KF.K, Merchant Tailor, Mr! Onlral Avenno Municipal Eleetlnn In Toledo. TOLKDO, O., April 9 -The vote In this city was light and 'party lines not closely drawn. Dr. Jones, Democrat, for natural gas trustee, was on both ticket., but received several hundred more Democratic votes than Republican. Cherry, for police commission- er, on the Republican ticket, was defeated by while Gribben, Democrat, for street commissioner, went down by The rest of the Republican city ticket was elected by 600 majority. The council board is Demo- cratic and the aldermen Republican, with a majority for the Republicans of one on joint ballot. Democrats gain one in the police board and lose two in the board of education. Belief for Profenor Henry'i Heln. WASHINOTOM, April 9.-The senate com- mittee on finance at ite meeting yesterday or- dered a favorable report on a bill appropri- ating for the relief of the heirs of the tate Professor Joseph Henry. Professor Hejirywas fortwenty-Bve years a member of tbe ughthouw board and during that time he received no compensation for his services. He perfected several inventions which were to the government, among hattan one of the strongest institution, in Eastern Kansas, has failed. E B Purcell director of the Atchison, To. eka and Santa re railroad, and one of the most substantial business men in the state, is the principal stockholder. John W. Webb, the cashier was appointed temporary assignee The failure ,s said to have been precipitated by the Brmsh Land and Mortgage company which on Monday advertised sateof collateral because Purcell refused to pay his written obligation to the company for 000 due April I. The liabilities of the bank are nominally and are understood to far exceed the assets. A number of Man- hattan business men will suffer from the failure. No statement has yet been made a. to the exact condition of things. Civil Service BROOKLYN, April 9.-Mayor Chapin ap- Jomted three civil service he place of Edward M. Shepard, Thomaa J lilney and Edwin Packard, resigned. They are: Harnngton Putnam, Albert O. McDon- ald and George L. Nichols, Jr. Alexander t. Orr and Rev. Dr. Charles H. Hall remain n the commission, and it is expected that 'Ir. Orr will succeed Mr. Shepard as chair- nan of the commission. Mr. Orr is presi- lentof the Mew York Produce Exchange r. Hall LS rector of Holy Trinity P. E liurch, DcDonald was a member of the IN THE HOUSK. WASHINGTON, April 9.-The house devoted a greater part of the day yesterday to the discussion of the n..val appropriation bill Mr. McAdoo of New Jersey called up the bill to prevent the enlistment of aliens in the naval service. It was amended by permitting the enlist- ment of aliens in cases of emergency on for- 'Schaeful'. Heiser, 142. eign stations. The bill was passed Mr. Adams of Illinois called up the motion to reconsider the vote by which the house de- feated th bill making appropriation to sup- ply the deficiency caused by the Silcott defal- cation. In support of the motion Mr. Payson re- the decision in the Crane case in the not yet known is also a defaulter, as the bank si "Tletter7 WaTrtei'ved" from Montreal yesterday, which" WHtbyKlmb.ll to the at real, to be remailed by him to Worcester. The postmaster indorsed this fact on the en- velope, thus spoiling Kimball's scheme to "btam a good start on the officers who are on his track. Kimball was a popular young man. an athlete and dog fancier, hi, 8t Bernard dogs taking prizes at all dog show, He leaves behind a wife and young children. Shot by a Craiy Man. MEDFORD, Wis., Agril man illard Williams, nicknamed "Crazy went to tbe house of Judge Clinton Teitor of this city, and addressing Miss Maggie Prit- chard a niece of Mrs. Textor's, said: "Are you Maggie Pritchardf She said- "Yes" and then he said: "You must and draw- ing a flred at Miss Pritchard, killing her mstantly. The man then shot himself He is still alive, but will probably die Miss Pritcliard was one of the leading society belles of this village Advice uii.l rclcrenrwi will on i lo "MONTH Wuikltl lot Us ferreil who can furnisli .1 .llld t .BUFFALO, N. Y. have frequent by mail for samples of nftvv embroideries. Siioh ivquests we are pleated to receive, we beg to ask for to sun jiurclmaere. Tim eourt of claims. The secretary of the trei- ury had authorized him to say that his de- partment would not appeal from the de- cision. A motion of Mr. Holman of Indiana to tible the motion of Mr. Adams was lost and vhe vote was reconsidered, and the bill passed. The house then went into committee of the whole on the naval appropriation bill Sinking to the bill, Mr. Boutelle of Maine congratulated the country that under the policy adopted in building up the navy bad been demonstrated the fact that we were able to produce everything that entered into the construction of large ships Mr. Sayres of Texas said that the report of the committee furnished no information respecting the increase of the navy, and nro- bil1.' ng. Score- Slosson and Daly were the contestants in the evening game. of aw Daly received a handi- iKmits. Henry Rhines was the won easily as Despite the odds given Daly, Slosson Slosson, 500; Daly arrears commission. uwyer. Nichols is The JerwT City Kleotlon. JERSEY CITY, April 9.-The municipal lection ike the campaign tha preceded it marked by great excitement The vote close. Up to a late farmr tbe result PROFESSIONAL. T> T. KOLPH, M. Physician and Surgeon ofl'ce over Lyou's Drug Store. Avenue- Telephone 3o. 9. Calls may be left at Lvon's. device for the substitution of lard oil for sperm oil in lighthouses. This substi- tution has saved the government, the "esti- nated aum of Woolen Mill. Combine. of the in New England, representing u annual output of have com- bfarf for the purpose of selling their own _ mtrclumdise in York, thug doing away wMb the middleman ud his AprU 9.-Henry B. Marsh, an oil These mill, ar, the Hockanum, New wlu> over and JfeifUnd and Springrale of Hookrille, Conn. kiUed was 34 md Mcrth Adam, of North Adams, Uaax Marsh of I Uaabridge. ings -j co majority over George P Perkins, rep. The Republicans gain three aldermen with a change of two more. Fell Down ao Elerator Well. ROCHESTER, April 9.-Mrs. Henry Callta. wife of the janitor of the East Side Savings vator wtll'o'fV" killed. Mrs. young children, both of whom survive her bhe was a colored woman and her husband is city mOSt prominent men in A New Austrian Ministry. VntNNA, April 9.-The emperor has de- cided to create several ministers for the whole empire, who shall be responsible both the crown and to the bundesrath. The chancellor is to be a member of the new min- istry and president thereof. DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? YOU GET THE WRONG SORT; THE RIGHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOPANDARE Mr. Holman thought the present naval force of the United amply sufficient Mr. Peters of Kansas thought the day for battleships on the ocean had passed The strongest mandate was the diplomatic man- nfMth Iowasfti'i that the people of the West took a pride in the increase of the American navy. the ships would be the picket line of our army the quick- est and best coast defense was a navy con- sisting of a few of the best and most tul ships, Mr. Boutelle 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 p. m. the house adjourned. Exonerate tbe Adriatic's Captain LOKDOH, April S.-Capt. Watkins of the steamship City of Paris and Mr Taylor a director of the Inman Steamship company emphatically deny the statements that the captain of the steamer Adriatic refused to assist the disabled Inman ship. On the con- trary be did everything consistent with the dictates of humanity and the requirements of good seamanship. They also contradict breaches were made in the bulkheads dividing the engine rooms. No Investigation. WASHINGTON, April 9.-At a meeting of the house committee on commerce it was de- adversely the resolution in- trodu ed by Mr. Buchanan of New Jersey providing for an investigation of the man- agement of the life saving service A Great Demonstration. BABCKIXJUA, April 9.-Seventy thousand workingmen will be in attendance at the labor demonstration which is to be held here Kc-eplne tha Monolian. Out. TV-ASHI.VBTON, April 9. -The secretary of the treasury haa directed that additional force be sent the coUectors at Santiago, Cal to assist him preventing Chinese from coming in at that point. The collector has already arrested thirteen Chinese while attempting to cross the border of Mexico into this coun- try. These Chinese came over with seventy- four other Chinamen from Pekin were transferred m the bay at San Francisco and landed at a point in lower California, which is under Meiican jurisdiction. These China- men worked their way up and are now under cover of night trying to enter the United Sectary Tichenor says that the Chinese are by every pretext en- deavormg to get into this country from british America on the north and from Mex ico on the south, and under cover of law as Two Kunawaya. NEW YOKK, April Biggars IS years old, and Alfred Le Doux aeed of HprhvlkiU. were found wandering along First avenue by a policeman. They said they came here to visit aunt who ives m this city, but where they did not know. Biggars said he was tbe son of lector of the French Protestant Episcopal church, Springfield. They were put oTa Spnngfleld train and their parents notified Plumbers' Strike Settled. CHICAOO, April 9.-The strike of the jour- neymen has been settled and work will be resumed to-day. By the terms of the agreement I he journeymen will get IS.50 per day at the minimum wage., while the juniors get an advance of Vicente a day. The aeree niont is to last two years, and all future dis- putes are to be settled by arbitration. "Ur, tudcate" Balled. BOSTOM, April 9.-Miss Etta Harris, other- Dr released on bail yesterday from the Charles street jail 8. B. Wheeler of Wakefleld and Miriam vv. Harris of Linden, mother of the 'idoctor being sureties. nnn'dly limn aiiy oil, r part of theatiilc, mil la and lioleis arc liciDB unit and rinlniiid8 projected, A irnad moncv Klui .km, 1'ark, 1 investniriit. oc-hvalcr, N. V. A iro Charles Manii, _ sen ROOMS TO RENT In IhoMcrcli.inuK.-mk MmMing. Inniiireof Jacob Winner or Ki-unk May. we n CARL SCHAUER 159 East Third St., Has just received a full lino hardly prevent some of them from glmg themselves into this country. JudKii M array's Charres. NEW YORK, April 9. -The County Democ- instructed a committee to investigate the charges made by Judge Murray against Mr. Power and other leaders of the orgauiza- WITH THE RUNNERS. smu A Mln.rn TYRONE, Pa., April 9._Three thousand miners in the Houtzdale district met in mas meeting and agreed to join the United Min- ers association in assessed body. They esse themselves 2 cents per ton per month a man for the purpose of creating a national de-' tense fund, maintaining one national organ- jzation. At Phillipsburg, in the afternoon, ...JOO men met in mass meeting and took the same action. The per capita tax collected from the miners will amount to an- nually. The first action of the new organiza- tion will be the introduction of a uniform wage scale for dead work, which, if adopted means material increase in the cost of coal to many operators. The Emigration Ii.qalr.i-. YORK, April O.-The subcommittee of the jomt concessional committee on emi- gration began their investigation of emigra- Uon methods in the barge office yesterday morning. Chairman Owen and Congress- man Stump were the only members of the committee present. Secretary Jackson gave figures and statements regarding the number Castle GardenTrit Outtenberg Baoes. .1 .IK> April usual crowd Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him befoi purcliasing. First race, raUe. The t Maia second, Pontico third; time, 1 -33V Second race, selling, mii.. flrrt Counterfeit second, Glitter third; time, v thlrdl 1 rtM rac8' the Wilkensand Itkens stakes, 1 1-lB miles: Fordham first, lima B. second, titzroy third; time, LADIES! If you want an easy and oomforl- slioe, with a heavy sole-, one that, will 9eUing' Goldfish second, mile: Gray Peri] third; time, the past year and g res regarding thS g routine work of the garden. The member of the mb-cpmnnttee are expected to arrive w 'ngt0n Sh0rtly wLen the work of the investigation will be begun. The Keenan Cane. NEW YORK, April 9.-Argument in the sun of John Keenan agaiast O'Brien Clark was continued yesterday. A motion to dismiss the complaint was denied and the defense will open their case to-day. Stoneman'ii Ciue. WASIIINOTON, April 9.-A favorable re- port was ordered bv the house committee on military affairs the bill to place Maj Gen. htoneman on tl.e retirc-d list of the army with the rank of colonel Sixth race, mUe: King Idle first, Land- seer second, Cheeney third; time, Wain Ing-ton Haeem WASHINGTON, April 9.-The races at Ban- mngs yesterday were well attended. The re- sults follow: First race, mile: Helen Wallace flrst Cense colt second, Sequence third; time, 51 Second race, selling, mile: Vivid flrst Not Guilty second, Mamie Hay third; time[ Third race 1 mile: Prather first, Man- hattan second, Vandergrift third- time 1 -47 Fourth race, mile: Pelhara flrst On- ward second, Blue Line third; time M9 Fifth race, 1 1-10 miles: Shotover flrst Cornelia second, Village Maid third; time] New Orleans Raeea, NEW OBMiirg, April 9.-Firrt race yes- terday, mile: Maggie B flrst, Mary T sec- ond, Peanut third; time 1-21V raw, miie: Dakota' Brrt, Sena A second, Vatican third; time 1-16V Third mito. Luk. v t. U second, Capt. King third- time 1-02V Fourth race, 1 mile: Lucy P Jack Cock, third; time, Fifth race, 4X furlongs: Monte ROM flrst Annie Brown second, Ferryman third; tbW particulars HI regard to the wanted. State whether edjr- iugs, insertions or what width and of the We have a stock of ein- >roiderieH tliat is to "one in country and su- perior to any Bllffui0> lue money value simply unparalled. There are edgings from J inch to mches in Cambric, jaconet, nainsook and "WISH muni in. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over embroideries ijreat variety. Flonnciflgs in the different widths from 18 inches to inches. Special lines of cambric edges at So, 10c, 12Jc, IScnnd per yard. ADAM. HKMIKIIII A AnnKuwm. New goods for this season 'ire coining 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 Htyles in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities m the country can brintf to- gether. The Winter stocks are of wring great bargains. Then never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldmm Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, DooMand Stationery, N BLOCK. 39G-40S MAIN KTKKKT, BUFFALO, N. V. keep your feet dry and -arm, got a pair of D. Armstrong Co's Hand Welt, common sense shoes. ------They will please you____ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN ST.. N. T. DKAI.KH IN Diamonds, Wafches and Jewelry, Uooka, Silverware, RKOKA VINO. VOID 4 811. fKK PI.A TIXO. A COMFLKTR F.INK OF HOLIDAY GOODS 304 MAIN OpiMMito HoteL RE WARD I i-n. when the direction, are complied mtl riw.HS' never fall I Klvc satisfaction. 8nnr Coated, .i; is'------ or we Vegetable Liver Iflla, tb. buxej. f ID oena. Beware of coun- torfcita. and The genuine iniun- tocnred only by JOHN C. WB8T4CO. SoM by MoxBOi'iPoAKXAcr.D kirk, N. r. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures:   

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