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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. R REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK- DUNKIRK, N. Y WEDXESDA Y. APRIL 10. 1890. FROM WASHINGTON. THE HOUSt FAMES THE NAVAL APPROPRIATION BILL. Bill M AMCW BVUMO MACHINE for ruling Umta of blanks ii the latest audition he Mechanical Department of LKXAXDKR1 Coal Ud Wood Yard.TW Arrant, opposite Nickel Plate All fndM of Bird and Bon Lumber. Shingles and Lath. Free wtolwate lou orrroKD. at and MO centni Ave. ArtJIlio Photographs need not tic Photographer, loitanttneoni >a of Babies a specialty. Bitten wait for snnshlne except for I >OOK iKTllto, Pro- p printer. No. 16 E. Second street, near Bui- .alo banklrk, M. T. Magazines, Mu- ue. Pamphlets, etc.7 bound In all styles. Orderi promptly to. All work niaranteed. IJDRCHKR'S CBOCKJUtr HOOOC, Wholesale and retail dealer in ported an China, Qlaaiware. Ac. I IHAUTACUCA HOTEL, Kates, 11 per day. Livery and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Uider, 385 and Lion street i (IT! BARBER SHOP V "agle. Prop., Coder Lake Shore National liana, corner 1 Center and Third streets. A one stock ol foreign and Domestic cigars. the Jurisdiction ef Senate Partner Ma- Moninca Election Vete to b. Beaehee- WAHHINOTOII, April IB.-The house yester- day passed the naval awiropriation bill aud bill to regulate tbe jurudictlon of United mates courts. Mr. Boutelle of Maine called up the naval bill, and the house after re- ject, ng the amendment of the committee of whole, striking out the three coastline ewtle ships, panted the bill. Mr. Cannon of Illinois, from the committee on rules, reported a resolution for the imroe- itote consideration of th. bill to define and regulate the jurisdiction of the United States The previous question was ordered and re 118, nays 101. Mr. Carlisle of Kentucky moved to recora- mtt the resolution with instructions to report it back with provision fer two days' debate The motion was to stand. The resolution waa 118, nays 98. After a short discuse.on MJT. Mills of Texas offered ar. amendment providing that of the additional circuit judges (seventeen in num- ber) one-half shall be appointed from each of parties. Lost-yeas W, nays 119. The bill was sassed-yeas, 131; nays, IS, We speaker counting a quorum. deas would hav. tofomution b entirely different. Th city ofButte guve Bepublican majority Ian year; awl there has been a great "turn over" in consequence of proceeding.. Mr. the senator had been at 2 o'clock last night his id. been clearer this morning. Mr. Baniel, resuming his argument, critl- cfced the majority report. The action of the returning board of Silver Bow county to excluding the votes at precinct 34 and the accounts of the territorial returning board ne said, was an open and notorious develop- ment of a conspiracy permeating all the offloe holders of Montana, in order w get control of political power by fraudu- lent pract'ce, sharp device and unjust meth- ods. The whole machinery ef the tration of the law in that territory, be said had been prostituted and debased, and ured, and corrupted in order to exclude from bar. for Clark and who were here asserting then- righteous title and ask- ing equitable judgment. Mr. Daniel yielded for a motion to adjourn and after an agreement that the vote on the Montana quertion wouM I. taken at 5 p. m. ate a ate, at p. m., adjourned. readv' t A SWELL WEDDING. CONGRESSMAN JOHN M. WILEY MAR- RIED AT INDIANAPOLIS. Moot Brilliant Event In the Social Seaoeu at the Homier Prominent People In tlfnl and ents Received. I.TOIAKAF-OUS, April ie.-Virgima Erne line Cooper, daughter of Mr and Mrs John B. Cooper of this city, was married yester- day to John McClure Wiley, representative in congress from the Buffalo, Y district The ceremony was performed at the Taber- at 5 o'clock Albert Rond- NO. ra. Ntimeruiu WORKING GIRLS' CONVENTION. T1.-J Will AH.o.p, to Form Day'. Proceedln, YORK, April 10.-The Workin- the United States held a convention in tbe Metropolitan oner house yesterday for the purpose of forming national federation the aid and unfe the direction of a number of wealthy women. t were present from a ts of the country and n andCand sas center .met, boree-ihoers. Pmioular allenlion to uois.-m. Sbocinf of'road ai trotting bones a specialty. EVENING OR4EBVKB. Largest Dally in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. I lUNKlKK KNGINKEHINU COMPANY. Lf Kortneily Sellew A Popple. Manufacturer, Engines, Boiler., Pulleys, dnaltlng Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forcings, Castings, and .Machine Work to order. I vlTMKIBK BHIKT CO., KB, 200 anil 2OT Lt Venter street, Manufacturers of the "Cromwell" and perfect fltting Ureas bbirta. Un Bale in all leading lurniabing, i clothing and dry Koodo houses in Dunkirk. TOOMKV, ___ 184 and Lion itreet. Flour, Koe.1, -alt. Baled llay.Pho. etc. Kstablithed, 1877. hKUE anil mining Saloon, Union Uepot. Easy access to an trams and but- meat houses. Best accumraodatinns lor Com- veroial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. EHLEB8 A CU, W and W K Toird street. Fine furniture. Cabinet Wan and Up- uoutenng. Picture Frames nude to order, If O. MATTESUN CO., 301 Central traders of fashion and Genllemep OuUlters. i J AHELJ. 8TKAM HBATIKO Coi. Manuiaciuren oi Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plnmbmg a Specialty. II UME STEAM Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOo; dollars. to; Cuffs, 4c, and Cunaini. Free Deliv sry. A W. w, Center street. IY H. OKilH. K. Third oor. of Buffalo Maiiulactnrer null dealer in Fine Boots Shoes HTOTRS WKIUat-8 NFW 8TORK, 108 B. Third M. Bouks, Slationerj. Musical In- audWeekly ravers, and everythirg pertaining to a flrst class book .lore. and everythirgpei ....._____ Schoo. Hooka a ipucialty. JOB rfU.STlNG of every description and al living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, ____ S and Hi fi. Second Su JH. VAX BUKKM SOU, Fire. Lite, Accident and General Insurance. Deal- en in Beal Estate and Loans. Pariicular attention paid to the care of tngrects paid to Ihe care of propert; collect- Ac. Center st.. ind floor. VI "NROK-8 FHAAHACT, 200 Central Avenue for Wall Paper Fatal .Oils, Ac. ftCRKINS I" J. same exclusively in the district of the United and also provides that the circuit courts of the United States shall exercise such jurisdiction by writ of error and appeal as they have eiereised under existing laws. The circuit court is made an appellate court exclusively, except It has the power to issue all remedial processes. Tbe circuit courts are to consist of the present circuit judges and two others to be appointed in each circuit by the president tiy and with the advice and consent of the senate. It requires three judges to consti- tute a quorum, and in case either of the Judges is absent at any term the s-niorcircuit Judge of the circuit may require any district judge of the circuit to sit in his stead for the Ume being, but there must always he one circuit judge present, and no circuit or dis- trict judge before whom a case was tried in the district court can sit on the same cose in the circuit court. The circuit courts are to be cou rts of rec- ord. The terms of the circuit court are to be held at the following places. First circuit court, Boston; second, New York; third Philadelphia; fourth, Richmond, Va fifth' New Orleans; sixth, Cincinnati; seventh, Chicago; eighth, St. Louis; ninth, San Fran- c sco. W rits of error in proper cases and in all cases of appeals may be had from the dis- trict to the circuit courts both at law and equity, and in casesof admiralty and mari- time jurisdiction within six months after the entry of the final judgment of decree in the district courts the circuit courts shall have original jurisdiction to issue certain remedial writs and to establish rules of prac- tice not inconsistent with those of the su- preme court. A writ of error from their circuit court or an appeal to the circuit court may be had in all criminal casf< wherein the circuit court may now jurisdiction by writ of error; and pending appeals of writs of error. Judgments of the district court In all criminal cases are stayed until the case Is fully determined by tbe appellate court. Civil causes, LOW removable from state courts into the circuit of the United States, may be removed into the district court of the United States in the territorial jurisdiction of which they were commenced Circuit courts are given appellate jurisdic- tion by writ of error or to review the and decrees, of the several terri- tories for the review of judgments and de- crees of the district courts. The circuit courts are to have final and conclusive jurisdiction on appeal or writ of error in all cases m jurisdiction is acquired by the district courts by reason of the citizenship of the parties only, on which no question arises, under the constitu- tion, la vis or treaties of the United States- but questions arising in this class of cases of a novel, difficult or important character appointment of committees the formal exer eises were begun and several addresses made on the subject of working girls' societies. Last evening the annual meeting of the New York Association of Working port but chonw to follow some light occupy toon to earn money. None of the thou- sands of girls who in factories or ,t makinS other un- ---------o UU- ul, lalwnous and ill-paid tasks, were lhe g'rls were nearly all wel dressed as tbe fashionable ladies who ar patronizing the-n. nacle Presbyterian churc-h yesterday afternoon. Rev J. thaler officiating. Later in 'the evening weddins dinner was served at the num. of the bride, followed by a reception. The marriage of Mr. Wilev the consum- mation of a romance which began in 1883 when Mr. Wiley and Miss first met' at Saratoga. They were made acquainted with each other by Mrs Thomas, A Hendncks whose husband for many years a friend of Mr. Wiley The wedding was the most brilliant affair of the social season. It brought from Buffalo, from Chicago and Wash- ingtonahostofMr. Wiley's friends Among the distinguished guests were E H Butler J Butler, Nornian E. Mark, Mr. and Mrs W.W s Bissell, C M. BushnHl, Hon O W. C utler and Mrs Cutler, Walter H Dn ham, Col. C. E. Walker, ifr and Mi-s W Cushman of Buffalo: C E Dunkloburge of Lockport, X. Y Mr and Mrs Holier Stranahan of Mass.; L L Smith an Judge t-eorse W. Coth.-nn of Chicago, Ilenr H. Adams of Brooklyn and several of Mr Wiley's congi essioual STORM. Grain Blown from (o LINCOLN, Neb., April Thaver of trurt worth, information from Cheyenn., Banner and other far Nebraska counties giving an account of disastrous storm. The wind blew hard that gram which had been sown was blown entirely out of the ground over thousands of acres. Farmers have no funds tu buy seed and the governor will issue a genera, call for aid for the unfortunate people. BLOOMINOTOX. 111., April IS.-Repnrtefrom the section visited by the hail and ram storm of Sunday fhow that it prevailed in all parts of this and adjoining counties, and was very m many U did great damage Such. delayed gigantic hail stones has not been seen for years. Farm work ha, bee" from ene to and the rnnds are rendered well nigh im passable to say nothing of the scires of bridge that were washed away. Southwest bail was these guests arriv d colleaRUos Most riay evening and Monday night arrangements were made fo a bachelor's breakfast to be tendered by Mr lley to a fen, of hisold friends. The break fast was served at the Bates house nornmg and who sat dow u, ,f were w.H. Dunhini, J. Ambrose Butler Clar ence M Bushnell, C. E. Walk Stranahan, L. L. Smith, C'. E They Joined the tnlon. CHICAGO, April 10.-There was a bit of ex citement yesterday ihe new Brotherbooc park aT Thirty-third st reet -j contractor securet flfteen -anienters, country towns withm the past and started them the new grand stand it bin .hnrt time a committee of th strikers from the lieadquartois at Thirtv Watesh avenue were 01 the ground reasoning wjtl, tbe men and en denvormg pemiarle them to unit The contractor feared violence and asked for pc- a squad of from the Thirtv-flfth street station bent to the 1 had nothing u, do, and theliiu..a incn sicned th All work un the Brotheibood I crest to quit union roll all park 808 Center street, and dealer in Harness, Sad Jles, Trunks.Whips, sfannlactnrer and dealer in Ilari undies. Collar., Trunks.Whips, B----------------. Horse Covers Gloves Mittens and Sleigh ttobw. 8CHOL.TK8, l 17 East Third Tailor. Gentlemen will and It to their advantage to call on me before purcnaalni elsewhere. I) B. CART CO., SSS Lion street. General Lead.Olla.Paint.r's Supuliw. oil Cloths, Qraiito Ware. A special- and Monroe range. RVUMH. inch as blank-books, ledger., and kmdd oJ blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, ___________8 and 10 K. Second St__________ RUDOLPH MOLDKNHAOJCK, Cor. Third and Buffalo M, Dealer in Gr Una Stone, side-walk. your ute. Marble, Call on me Fifing and U for. burins RiaiJtv 7 and 9 East Front itraeL Whitky, Wioe., Liquor Store for Family Use. IIOBEBT M'KAT, XV Lion itreet, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Fesd and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reaaonabfa 8AM 1. OnrFOBD. 101 Central An. (Up General Insurance and Beat Xatatc Atmt. Firt, Lite, Aooident, and LIT. gtook iBBcraBee. Prompl attention ril ra to bnylu and Mllanc Beal BMate. rp C. JUNES, 1. 75E. Third it. oor. Deet. Excaliior Meat Market. Fran, Salt and Bmoked Lauxl. Poullry. W vr ATCHCS, jelTELBY, AC. Buy uir Aurora JUUroad Watca. liepairins; a speclalrjr. frank F. Stapf. UK. Third n. it. MOCKCK, Ucrcliani Tailor. Central Areaoe T. KOLPH, M. D.. I'hyuoan over Urns; Store.' _ Beeidenee. Central Avenue- Telephone No. Calls nay be left at Lvon'e. may be certified to the supreme cou it for de- termination <n the discretion of any two of the circuit judges trying the The house then at p. in. adjourned. IN THE 8EN.4TK. WASHWOTOK, April senate yes- terday continued tbe debate on the Montana election and agreed to take a vote on tuem not later than 5 p. m. to-day. The senate a resolution calling on the secretary of tbe interior for the reportof Jessei Bpaulding, government director of the Pacific railways, as to the general manage- ment of the Pacific railways; also a resolu- tion calling on the secre ary of the treasury whether Chinamen permitted to pass through the United States have failed to leave the United States under the terms of their admksion in transit House bill increasing the limit of coot for the postofflce building and site at Scranton, Pa to was passed. Mr. Hawley gave notice that he would trv to call up the world's fair bill on Friday The Moi, taaa election caw wasthen resumed and Mr. Morgan addressed the senate. After a long argument he referred to present elec- tions in Montana, particularly at Butte in Silver Bow county, in which the Democrate were successful as an indication that the ticular district about hich the whole con- troversy existed was Democratic in senti- ment. He declared that if the state of Mon- tana were now seeking admission as a srtate 1 with all this filth clinging to her skirts she would be kicked from the threshold." Mr. Daniel argued against the majority re- port, which he, characterized as a "padded and stuffed record, made up of make-weighte which do not belong to tbe question." Mr. Vance interrupted to read a tele-ram which lie said had been received from Mon tana at 2 o'clock yesterday inoniiu.. It read as follows: Hurrah for honest cltisea. who vindicate the light; Hurrah for law uid liberty, tbe tbe Republican co Cotton KM hali-r FrotMU. NEW YOBK April l.i.-TU. members of Ihe Cotton President J. H r-arker in the cliiiir. mc< ycsteiday to protest against the the bill offeied by Mr Butterwurth of defining-options" and Jutore-, and imp special on deal- -rs therein The .-ban-man eij.lained the uatm-eof the nijnry to the tn.de hich the the would After a general discussion Mr. J O Bliss, offered resoutions, were imaniim.u.ly adopt od, declaring tlmt the enactment of the nro- iwed measure would be detrimental to busi- ness in general. Henry H. There ere niteen courts witt ami it took several hours under these condi" itions for Mr Wiley to tear himself rom his bachelor friends Five o'clock was the hour set for the cere- nony, and l.mg before that hour the Tabel acle church wa, filled with a brilliant con- grega ion awaiting the of the bridal party The interior o' the church had been most tastetully decorated. smilax hung about the iln. ,rwnv- and of e 'ig hydrangeas formed a soft back- ground for the actors in tbe inony. n.; c-ere- The wedding party, true to wedding tradi- tion, van a half hour late Jt was o clock when the bride's family entered the church and took the ,eats rested for them harmony of a Mendelsohn symphony cave warning of the approach 1DP wedding party. The ushers entered the church flrst, two by i-o. at ,00 Th'ev Dunham, g "'ere It was in I hail was most phenomenal. At Arrowsm.th K t ha" on the IeTel. ear- ned by the rushing water from the unusually heavy rainfall into the gullies, where it was found piled up two feet deep. At Bellefleur the largest hailstones reported fell They were as large as walnuts nnd crushed throuEh shingle roofs like grapeshot. The streak about Padria became torrents that swept away fence, and other property. The barn of John Love at Le Ro tailed ENGLISHMEN D1SGU.STKD AT THE OPERATIONS OF GERMANY IN THE DARK CONTINENT. Remarkable Activity of Sub British LoiHlnn FTTU Utter Loud Pi {ioirhrn'ii midget Can.I Much LOXDON April 10.-Dispatches, from Zanzi- bar state that the operations of tbe German, there are of th. most vigorous character. Every one connected iu any capacity with the project of Maj Wtamann displaying u Kctiviiy singularly at variance with the German national tra.'t of delibera- tion, everything pertaining to the preparation for the new Emin expedition Is "-roughs oy was torn to pieces number of nneborsenwer. DESECRATING THE SABBATH. Will A r.iin.ylv.mla, Judge's Decl.lo. Prevent Oil Pumping. WASHINGTON, Pa., April ID.-Judge Mcll- vanehas deci.led that oil well pumping on bunrtay Sahbath dobecration within the memiing of the law. The case is of vital im- portance in all oil fields of the state It came up on appeal of William Funk an oil pumper, from a summary conviction before a justice of the peace on a chargeof pumping on Sunday. Hurl Bros., extensive "5 have a well on the James P Savre farm and umil Aug. M, had the week i omul, claiming that if the well too, ulle the salt water, which fa he bane of every oil Held, would ruin it the Monday followrig the 25th of August Sayro had the pumper arrested for working on Sunday. He was tried before a nice ami fmwl. The ca.se was appealed In court prominent oil operators testified nat the pumping necessary as the wells nulil lx- permanently affected if they were oj tbefact thatsaltwater muloulitftlly drive theoil southward from well and even from an oil field, if allowed to nil J in the w.-lk. Nevertheless the court de- 1 aitaiiist Funk and dim-tod him to pay he fine, and All tbe oil men lable to ,11-osw-ution and the case in likely to ue taken to the supreme court. H incredibly si these constantly displays the German flag, while the Merman uniform b everywhere visible The British have no office at bar and consequently the English flag Is not to be seen, much to the disgust of meiiwho view with disgust and indignation the Germans' preparations to extend the in- fluence and power of the empire into terri- toryhitherto tacitly admittwl to belonir to England if it belonged to anybody TIB occasional disspatches conveying assur- ances of the safety and successful operations K. "8Veral by pre- sumably competent authority to be dead and to eiteusive preparations for Emln's dfr parturt, hay. created a genuine alarm here for the security of British interests In south- east and equatorial Africa which the press are unanimous in calling upon the govern- mentto protect The Standard insists that the English and German spheres of influence in Africa are marked with such precision as to preclude the remotest possibility of any misunderstanding; therefore any encroach- inent on British must be mado deliber- ately. The Post declares that the German maps purport ng to fix boundaries of the two spheres are wholly inaccurate This Demg the fnct (fermaiiy nnw lie at on-e in- formed of and not allowed to become unfriendly thrcnl h the aggressions and niM-ei.ivsematious of the German press m dpsirh, the ne- cessity and fc'uciie- Junior. 6c.; Bed Boo'm, f Boy, 4c.; and VVe have made preparations for a biK sale of and Ball players' goods, Bats, Masks. Catching Gloves. Ac Join the procession of the Downing Sleeping Coach Carriaire "'mite a benUty' The back Spring pods, garden trowols, rolling hoops, feather dusters, lunch bird cages, kitchen goods and tinware glassware Ac., express wngons, carls, wheel burrows, velocipedes, tricycle flannelette SPECIAL. ANNOUNCEMEN' NOW lit the time for uruntinjr v.mr I Boon it bclimc Inr your r arks anil Inn ns. reea, an Let n be hy for Vun'li and sevt-nt need inciilc; streets. Next mouth we gi t the flncst and rarol TOM in hundreds varieuc- from Holland Ni< wecumgrose for fnnm-al plan and man) nr -liriibs..... Karilenor, niitl then en Ilroihcr'8, corner s and tri-c Order home of them whic n-p will sell so nhrap tlmtjon miiKibny o them. MR. OOSCIlKN's in IH.CT. matlnn f "if ng-iinst the inti- mation of Mr. of ihe intention to retam the increases daily and given rise to some uneasiness m the ministerial fold. It is now coming to be generally Mieu-d that the budget will will show the extent of the K, ahirn, by not only remoUng the i went ad the dutyh-" taki" too, tha a further cry for reduced laxntioii lemenuig (if the mcoine tea. lie pi mil vjcjnuci in town. CO., ,0.., Mam to the popular possible in th tax ami the tai on A Mnrdrrer's Confpsslon BIRM.VC.HAM, Ala.. April Hi.-Ben Elsley Wf r V'J the of J. a year ago las January. llmt be and Bfenothe negro miirdrn-d ,u, ,M.ddler near th in t Ihe the killing pPojilelprw.Heral vears H and munlew! an ,-ld farmer and h .rife in Geortjia several year, ago, and late -.fiot a policeman in Atlanta nnd has kill, two people in this state. Another I'-ii-u, Squeezed. DETROIT, April lfi.-C. V. Bryan Co "f "Inch flm, Pre-sid-nl B.-uiu of if Irade K the moinbor. h'lvu bee -aught short in this market the recent ad- vance and have payment. The anj enough in othe cn-ir failure amount to President Bryan and his friends 4 will be made IhpJwlurewas prenpitat-d hy heavy calls margins from brokers with whom the riryans were operating. A Flrrmnn Killed. ST Lorre. April 10. -The vestibule train un the Kansas City brand, of the Chicago and Alton, ailway collided with a freight tram near Ladoma, Ma T110 arenmn on the car top of him. baggage and express cars were ed. The passengers were badlv shaken up, but none was injured. nn on freight engine was kille.l by tbe c of the express train rolling on top of hi The engi badly smashed. Cloak -na April went to their on Strike. number of the .-loak makers employetl hv F. Zieeel Bros street, quit account of dissatisfaction the foreineu he firm employe.1 several hundred persons, manyofuhoni nre women. The strikers. however were all men. The flrm say the ,tnke will not impair their business. Krtx Firtepn CORTLAND. April IB. _ Robert Griswold who was, convicted of m the first degree for kiii-'ns Dennis u'Shes was 'or a term of fifteen years The prisener accepted the sentence without a word of complaint. strike nt Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS, Apr" 16.-Several hundred ciirpentei-s struck yesterday for eight hours One hundred non-union men and J. Ambrose Butler and r M Pomeroy of Indinnapolis Following the ushers came the bride's r, MR, Carnlyn Cooper, on the arm of the groom', Norman E Mack of Biiffalo-and last of all. walking in stately olitude. the bnde The ronpregatinn and remained standing unt.l the br.de had reached the altar, where she was joined by be groom. Standing before them, facing be congregation, the minister pronounced he simple, of the Presbyterian the words were pronounced the ..rgnn :roke from the simple strains of fMiuman'" raumerei into the joyous music of Mendels- Min Mnr''n- The congregation gain rose and remaned standing as the wedding party left The church The members of tbe wending partv nd a few friends were driven from the church to the spacious residence of Sir. on Meridian street where Mrs. Wiley gave an informal reception. The little company then repaired to thedimng where a bouiiti- lul supper HOJ, served, the wedding cake was cut and all drank iu bride's health in sparkling Mr. and Mrs. the train for Chicago, they will spoud several days, afterward to Washington. Tbe presents were numerous and bpuiitifiil. o clock M Accidentally Killed. N- Y., April about lock Monday mght a Pole Wallack nllutofski was accidentally shot through Meeting. PHILABEI.rRlA. April 18 -The special meeting of the c.....mittidery-in-rhief of the Loval heCTn yesterday, ex-Prpsident Hayes piwiding. A number of interesting addresses- made. A resolution to grades m the order was lost. The annual meeting will be held m St. Louis n-xt Octo- ber. Last nigbt the celebration of nijdL LUrOl the heart in the house of Julius Albnvht on Murray street by Wallaud Baliknowic-h of BalikuoHi.-l, came to thi, city to money due him by the West Shore RaUroad After receiving his pay he purchased a revolver aud went to see his lirother, Stephen Baliknuwich, who lives in the samp with All.recht. There he met Joseph Treuetski, Andrew Yarnslci, An- drew Boholowez and John Sabhski, boarders Ihe men conversation aud Balik- now.cb exhibited his revolver, a seven shoot- er. The weajwn was passed among the crowd, and finally returned to its owner ho, i, i, all, instead of putting U m his podtet, to examine it at the same that he would afraid to Ko f, iu the i jo -Suddenly tie exploded and Wai 'tofski fell n soda water Ixix he had been sitting on to the floor, dead not be twenty-fifth anniversary of ihe the held in the Academy of Music.' present were Secretary Tracy, Schofleld" Govenior Beaver, Gens. Howard. Rlocum' Miles and Fairchild and many others.' Address-s were delivered by Greec jcn. Devens of Massachusetts, ex-President iiayes and others. Honor, for an Consnl BALTTMOlUt, April 16-Mr. James Carey Coa e, of the well-known fli-m of James Carey toale i- Cunningham, has received from Mr. Hoar said that as be. the frrtt the Democratic majority in t ue i-onD-aciors year ago waa 800, bad Iwn reduced had. a meeting last night to take action but to about 25a: that at Precinct K4 tLere was are not 'n yielding mood not a single voter left All of these apparent'--------------________ mters hod gone like last year's snow bank. He left, he said, his "friend from .North Caro- lina to bis comic almanac." Mr. senator from Massachu- dnerves as mm h comfort out of small as any senator on this floor. My fifteen union men are still at work. The contractors A Bill Signed. April Hi -The president has approved the a.-t for the relief of .soldiersand sailors who ei.li-tcd o- served under assumed names while mino i the a--mv navv dicing the late ;-.n.- LAMP CHIMNEYS B -TOU. GET THE SOPT; THE RIGHT ONES PE A RL TOP AN AND ARE scat TJ- v, j c, consul, and Richard M. Sshc-n-v. counsel for that con- nlate, tbe brevet nnd insignia of the Order f the Crown of Italy honor was con- erred on Mr. Coale by the King of Italy in recognition of his services as ai-tinc-vice onsul of that govei ument at this for everal AmoiiL' others rcvci; mg smi. ar decorations in th.s c nntry nre Th'omas. Edison and George M. Pullman. Three Persons Urowiipil NKW OP.IJIAN-S, April lfi.-TheTimes.Dem- scrat's Helena, Ark savs. Informa- tion is received here of the drownin" of three persons of Oldto n Lake by the uosetiinc of a canoe late Monday evening. Tbe.v were Ed Bush, Matilda Jackson and a boy whose name is unknown. During the past" twenty- four hours the rainfall bere was 30 59 inchi The river rose two inches, due largely to the rainfall The killing of two negroes by guards on the line of the Luna county levees in Mississippi occurred Monday. They were belisved to be lev ee The StHte Leel.lHtnre. Ai.BAxy, April the bills paswd by the SHimto y. sterday were the following- Mr. prohibiting police and excise offu-L-rs having an interest in tbe and manutactuie of liquor (conference reiort asjroed to.) Mr. Donne's bill, extending the Ives pool x of per cent to the gross receipts and dues of racing associations Roewh-s weekly payment of wages bill us, W: nays, 7. The negatives being Deane. Donaldson, Irwin, O'Connor Roh. rtson, Van Gorder and Vedder. Mr. McCarren's bill, prohibiting printing a motion to recall from the zove, nor Mr. Fact's bill increasing the salary of Elmira's mayor from t300 to II 500 was passed by a strict party vote. Mr. Fnssetfs rapid transit bill was an- nounced from the senate and referred to the committee on railroads IViiliniii n. LeRoy was sworn in her nnd took Mr Gillice's seat. Oil Excitement In Virginia. PARKERasrHG. W. a., April the last few days the oil excitement in thl uelds about cit> 1ms become greatly in- tensified owing to the coining in of several very large wells. Every day large tracts of and are leased in neighborhoods that hereto- fore have never produced oil. Forty new wells are under contract. Within a radius of four miles from this city twenty wells are being put down. Since Sunday 300 leases have been put on record here and in Wash- ing-ton county. Ohio Tl.o Eureka field hat producing sf.rmo els a day ho great is the flow that the Ohio river is oily for a long distance Wow the walk Land m Taylor. and Ritchie counties is iii tract, for oil pur- poses, and it -joo uew wells are to be put down as as possible. Farmers have gjyen up rnismif crops and profesKional men alaudouetl their ofnivs to oll UKATH OP AI.EXA.NDKII MACKEy fhe death of the famous mission ary Alexander Mackay, has cause I the a deal of interring and jnpoitanl information cnncernlng him, of which the WM iKnol.ant. Mr Maokay engineer and medJ f I '7 "7 in'- mediate} a th doing K "lt he who flrst prominently u, the notice of of Eu by a of admirable he described the and it was niainly mfonnation fur- nishedby bmi that the necessitv for Emin's relief became apjwrent. RIOT is HOME. A serious riot in Rome vesterday the result of the action of the" police In dispei-sing a moetmg. The meeting was tbe largest, one of it, kind ever held in Home, and emboldened by the great increase m the auditors, the speakers who addressed the gathering indulged in revolutionary harangues of the most violent description, n liile their ifsteners evinced thei approval by howls, cheers and curses, as the sentiment expressed demanded. The police were to j.sperse the crowd and were attju-kpd with HEM'S WANTIi.ll Tu" M -I- l-ii Keltic hrltlraliil Mcaineri'iimliineil. The fai-le-l n I) ingliouM'lioldarlicli'iin Ihe niinkcl. Addn-M K. C. MilNNKK.ju Aluaut, .V Oli Inn! ni-nr Ku at 73 K. Hi -IH-I-I. SALE-A tra.-l ol In Uariun <-xiun- I ty, Finmla, in the hull. Large ir hiuall qiiAittilii s u, suil jnirt-hfiHers Tins on is jiiuwinir more niiniljy than olli- of the btntc, mills and hotels) aie'hriuir mill Hid rnilnw! une k.fl' Park, BochcBtcr, N. V. lit- ROOMS TO RENT ID the MorclianU Hank RuMding .Inquire j Jacob Wirtnrror May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just n full line of until they were stones, clubs, the moi were to charge upon with deadly weapons. The rioters, scattered, several of them seriously i as a mem- The military activity in Southern Russia has given to a variety of surmises P-'rhaps Austria will feel caUed upon tx, n nobdity ,he Russian province o! volhyma have joined in petition to the czar praying his majesty to prohibit Ger- mans from in that district. Letter from Kmin. BERMN, April Id-The National Zeitung publishes a communication that comes indi- rectly from Emin Pasha, in which he seeks to rectify the statements recently made con oernmg bun by Mr. Stanley. U tha province wit accompanied by a few soldiers and Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will jmy you to him he.foi e purchasing. V tbe o tw o twenti days which was fired by Stanley as the time or leaving the provinces wasted brief to allow tbe men to be re-enlisted The communication further sjays that Duflle re- edithe hantU the wh th- To Try Commander WismsOTOX, April 16. -Secretary Tracy has appointed a general court martial ta for nw "f I'ommander MeCa ,a, C. S. S. Th, of tlle M as follow- Rear A.lm, Erben, .MwwK.Va- d-l .anand man, Miller, Wn.l! 'US. and l..r-in l H.u-.ronv. Capts. s Phvth- I...v. Bridg- .pr nt Koaii. N. Y, April 10.-TramNo 84 on the FitrhburK ,-a.lroad with a freight car. The acrl.iont oocurrej in the HlilM Thtyar down the track from Rotterdam Junction by the heavy wind and stopped just beyond a curve. The threw PHlings and hi, fireman from the cab and the former was quite badly :ured engine, baggage car and tbe sleeper Zealand" were derailed, the first two benu badly smashed. The gers escaped injury. His Fatal Obstinacy OSWEOO. N while intox.cated, fell under a locomotive which crushed hi, arm. He wastoien to th. hospital, but refused to allow physicians to come near him, and his mother also objected. Ihe man died in a short time. cians say they could have saved hi. life Emin "only twenty boxes of ammunition when Emin at that time had m his possession 130 boies. Dl.m.rck Ripres.es Bis Thanlw. BERLIN, April Bismarck in te.tertothe North G rman Gazette, refer, feelingly to the enormous number of mes- sages of sympathy which he from mends within the empire and alirond on tlie occasion of hfa ami Uis l.iithdav It would Iw imposisiWe for him. he says to act in accordawe with the desire of his luirt and respond to them separately Tlu-refore he avails hiniwll the columns of Tia (ia. zette as a vc-hicln which to convev them all hw most sincere thanks. 1 Hannma Canal. PARIS. April 16.-At the drawing of the Panama Canal lottery yesterday the liquida- tor announced that the report of the com- mittee of inquiry, recently sent to Panama to inspect the would soon be published He said be did not regard the completion of the work impossible, financial support having already been obtained which would render powerful assistance when the situa- oon should be defined by tbe More Rnsslaa 16-A i of high family connections OUR SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OF BUFFALO, N. Y. We have frequent requests by mail for samples of embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, hut we beg to ask for particulars m reeanl to the samples wanted. State whether edg- ings, insertions or floiiiiciugs, also what width and some dea of the price. We have a stock of em- tliat is second to lone in the country and su- perior to any in Buffalo. Ihe money value we offer in simply unparalled. Ihere are edgings from J of in inch to 18 inches wide in jaconet, uainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different ndths of edging and insertion nail desirable kinds of ma- rial. All-over embroideries in reat variety. Mouucuigs iu the different ndths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, lOe, Ifjcand per yard. A n A si. UEi.iiHL'M A ANUBBHON. New goods for this geason are coming iu 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 styles in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring to- gether. The Winter stocks are of fenng great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Meldrum Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, MUUanrrj, MEKICAK BLOCK, MM-4O2 MAiX KTRLET, N. V. ,b ttempting to clerk rf the general staff to procure of mUrtarr The parent, of thegtrl and all of them c wing aerate .f a foraifn WE HAVE THEM" IN PAT- ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANDY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINOS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, p R STREET WEAR SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street. C. O. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN 8T, BUFFALO. N. V. DKM.KH in Diamonds, WatcLes and "Jewelj-y, t-'lfckn, Silverware. Leather OOLD 4 81L VKR FLA T1KQ, A COMPLETE LJNR OP GOODS MAIN 8TKKBT, Iroqnnis Hotel REWARD! aliove tor any case .i Uyapepsia, Sick Headache, ImliicMtlon, om.Hpati.jn or CostiveneM we cure with West'. Vegetable Liver Pills. when the direcuor.s arc complied with. 21CJ nefer fail to give satisfaction. Sugar Cmled. oonlainingSOPIIls.itoenta. Beware of ooun- and Imitations. The genuine nuna- faenred only by JOHN C. WRST CO. Sold by IIOKBOC'IPIIABIIAOT. D Urk. V. ______ fHABHAOT. U kirk, T. o to Monroe's for Curtains and EWSPAPERl MEWSPAPEJRl

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