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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, >T. Y THTRSIUY. APRFL 17. REPRESENTATIVE R DSINE8S HOUSES OP DUNKIRK Amw BUUMA MACB1NB tor ruling all Uada ot blaaka U Oa> u, DP MeelualMl Ocpntmrat of OanklrkfPrintl nafCooi panv a LKXAMDnra Coal and Wood A CntnJ oppoaitc Sickel Plate All grade! of and Soft Coal, Lamber. and Lath. Frm Corroapondenae fnr vboleaale Iota TIE HOrsE TAIilt-F BILL ITWNLEY AND CARLISLE RESENT THEIB REPORTS W.01, Hi. IU.nbll.aaa lUport April 17 -Mr McKmtaT from th. coorautto. way. .nd meana in twducod new Unff biU witfc the major- ity raport it, in the bonus yesterdav The majority report dlwuwM tae the bill will upon th. reYanuM of th. (overn rkia uicruu. IB cort, toe tlu dutj a> tuwl So 1 UI ewior majucg j m inn "orniu.ttee Mra wrw a led that as wed unpM-vd frs j unjs as good polic- rt.q in taat TOC'I an unnecea- if the .tsMm as ns bu'dm -i tat of a ri) tax should prwuct the 10 lual pnvment sugar ami th. >u mdu  4JU SV.T with amount now on 'Wt Protest the gram favoritism import duty and uyurti  v out sugar up te ami ineltidme 18 to tu the proplg who p-cm wa ad I BM. omrOKD, aa and VS Central _ Ara.Ue Photographer. ___ Photocrapha of not Initantaneoai Babiea a ipeoialty Slnen for auiubtne toi llOOK IBVMO, Pro- I pnetor, -No. It E. Second street, near Buf atnet. Dunkirk, 21 T Magazlnea, Mn wo, Pampbleta, ate bound in all styles. Onlert promptly attended to. All work maranteed. BURCMKB-S CBOCKBBY HOC8C, MS Central Avenne. Wholeaale and retail dealer in Ittoorted tomeaDc China, (ilaaaware, I Batea, V per day and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Elder, 38fi and 33T Lion atreet. 1 UTT BAKBEK SHOP U Chas Nagle, Prop. Uuder Lake Shore National Bank, cornei OBntcr and Third A one Mock ol Foreign and Domeanc tgars. I aueet, rraetical horae-ehoeiB. Parut.uUr auentioo pwo to mterleruig hoitaa. Shoeing of road tr .ttiug hones a (penalty O39CBVKR. I-argeet Daily labile Conity An unequalled adveruainf medium. maaafEmUao COMPANY U Fonwrly 3ellew PopDle ot bnainua. Boilers. PoJleya Shafting Uanaera. etc. Patterna, Cutuga, and Stacuine Work to order V SHIKT fetX, 2uJ and Center ttreet, Manqfactnren of Onat bhirta and 'Dunkirk perfect fitting ________ On sale in all leading furnishing. clothing and dry gooda houaea in Dunkirk. Dr. T0030ET, and 138 Lion street, Jjeaierin flour, leed, alt. Baled Hay Pboi lAatea, etc. Eatabliihed, 1877 k. mOX anct Dining saloon. Union Ei Depot. Laa; aceaui Ui aD trains and bus bonaea. Btsmt occomiBKHlatmii. tor com ewroial traveler.. John J Murphy, Prop HLCRS fi and M B Tnird street. ttne Furniture, Cabinet Ware an.I Up ring. Pictnn Frames made to order It states that thai eiact affoct u dUB of -That there will be a enbatantial reductioa, ae we ihall show it of no doubt It B not believed lajcraam of dutw upon wools an 1 woetan gootU aod upon will hare th. affect of wereuina; the reyennea. This would, at count, follow U the importatiom of the last year were hereafter to be maintained which, however altogether improbable The remit will be that mpor tatioas wiM be detreaiied and therefore the amount of the raven no from sources will be diminished." "In every case of Increased duty except Omt imposed by tin plates which does not inte effect antil July 1 1991 and upon linen fabrics, the effect will be to reduce rather than enlarge th. revenues, because importa Sons will fall off It was the aim of tho committee to fix the duties upon that class manufactured goods and farm oroducte Which, caa be supplied at home 90 as to dis- oauraajo the mw of hlw foreign goods and products, and secure to our own people and our own producers home market bi-liev ing that competition among ourwlves will secure reasonable prtres to consumers it has invariably done m the past. We bv Cba increased duties recommended not only to maintain but to enlarge eur manil torturing and check supplies from abroad which can be profltablT pro- duced at home. The general policy of the bill is to foater and promote Americim pro- duction and ation of Ami ncan m dubtrlen. report quotes recommendations ooncernrag the tariff in the president s annual aneauuge and terms tfaem "sensible and pa tnotlc" After a discnssion ef the administrative 1 true. C )n, silk the committee states that I in order to nr, this industry as speedily pottil le they mW the m- liflVrent of a bountv ,i po ,n of jl r ellt >f tn good silk V bountr o, ,nla j al )ns J TO nm The. _ _ cotton_____ liv.nfor the fros yeHow for fur family arrange- to be given to th nt vh ir ment >n Ji w >i ,ecure to BUT people sugar l mSs-r other am le Th mir tile J pr ce .-listing m the markets ot c-ontamed m thii hill a >u world wiulo even imported whit, re- wh, le system b it fined -ill ,'ius n ill be t to a duty of only and cttenri is a ,f i> four tenths fi ent nor pound. 'nations between the van ius >iu ti Several thousand I, of the report ar.1 of th. country-a svst m h h in run M giving for increasing du-l up, u som. for th t ties in ultnruprodu ts others and disiegarls .VMI-V pi n le TUB- BOCNTY OT qrLX. Justite anil m the bu dem, 51 tiTir n Of the cflv, t of tha nr p sed n nns-iu 5 the revenue if th- mi i r M -avi e 11 n >t mean tc tha I ill ai tuallv in reuses tin CL t i u. i JOOovei what it is un 1L, jw b; it pr poses to ir i, the ai ti  list aiti which la ot t i lur the last fiscal and makes a rilucti n a TJ'J I 0 rf) on ind n lasses Aesetwo sums ami to 3emg fi s w mnease if mom tlnn J4 u tarlj Axatmn m ler this hil Hie repint LDHLlules aj foil In mr r is  pi-stut n iition and pi oupei ts of all our citizen w u P in- r rfc i-----'onimitte. state, The their meani or "nibirk l th ir lihor 'tssi_-> t any t n pfti from n pi "penty u--e ample t the aror n ti lined to 1 BRlLLUFTiFFili GIVEN BY THE PA CANS TO THE PRESIDENT RO.M a., IL E THASOE! re, ommraded m the internal ue law a. follow, iDoi- whins th. on d, alel> m le.f tebaceo manufa, manufacturers of tobacco an ,Mir, 1 peddler, of tobacro miu IHR the tai ami manufac nud snii-T from pci p cents to 4 hecommittP thut all pro- v laons ,f the ites irni.o.ing rehrrictions of am kmdwhntsoev.r ujwn farmer, and m rartl ujwn m Ihwwil! ro sell tbt mer, and to the sale enable the tobacco P9 jrriwers of thereof Ije repealed farmers and jlaulers other agri, ultm al pr HOIDIVO THE BOHE JL4HKET, In cone i ion the win to hold our own market, in I larger meoiiires than at present fur our own with tho rarmem without anv mcreab. ar r-venue measure whi ule we IA i 1 jnrtfv n the n -n revenue measure wbi h w ulil mu-eaM and the remiue if m soe, ial m-1 of our van us aid wi'l b. ima tluln t m computation based on the n then we f el O CO., 301 Central Ava., dera of raahiun and (leatleuieD UnuluerB. J ARJCLJ STE.U1 HEATTVG CO.. a ol Steam Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty If OMK LAUNDBT. OOT apecialtica Fine Shlrta, lOc, 1 oilara la. Cuffs, and Lace Free Ueliv ary A W Commings, iirr Center rtreet. IT R. OKHH, C Third ccr or BnlTalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boota A Shoea UKSKI WEIJLEB'S MBW STORK, 108 E. Third si. Buuaa Stationery. Muvieal In aud Weekly Papers and ererythirg pertaining to a ttrst book nun. itefeou. a spc-cialty JOB PKIMTIMO at every deucniitiun aud at ItTinK rates by Dunkirk Printing d and lu E. jocund St. JB. TA> BUKEM SON, rin> Llle Accident and General m Beal Estate and Loans. .Don paid to tue ire of attsaaon Pa'd to tue ire of property ing rents te 219 Center st. ind floor OKKUE'S PHARMACY. JOG Central Avenne HcMlqnarters lor Wall Paper Pain Deal Far.lcalar collect- Oils Ac. INS, J i.mu? i J09 Center street, Manmactnrer and dealer in Hai ness. Sad. las. SritUes, Lollars, Buffalo Robes Covers dlovee Mittens an l.sleijth tCobea. 11 DCHULTBS. C IT Eaal Third street, faaniomnle Tailor. Gentlemen wiu and it to thatr advantage to oall on me before porehaalna elaewhere. PB. CART SO Lion street, tteaenl Ixud.Oils.Painter't Sappliea, Oil Llotha, Gran te Ware. A special- VJmf abexwm Williams Pa. ft and Monroe range. RULEJS. rech aa blank-booka, ledger., and all Eindial blanaa done at L-unkirk PnnLiaf Company a and 10 B. Second tst. KVUOLTB JtOLOBNHACXR, Cor. Third and Buflalo o Dealer in Unuun, Marble, niaut and Bnildutir Stone. Call an me i fan Savm. four aide- walk. ISLET a col] i and t East Front street. Whiskv, Wines, Brandies. Taqnor Store for Paailv Use BVB1IRT JTKAT, Lion street, avar tne depot. Sale, read and Livery Stable Stabnag by the day or week on raaaonablt eatures ot the bill tbe report goes over earh cnedule noting tbe proposed changes and Uacusslng the reaaonti for making them and estimating the amount ef duty m each caw that mil be affected In regard to wool the report itates that by tie proposed bill the duties upon first and atcond Clara wools made at 11 and 12 a pound against 10 to 12 under latmg law On third claaa woo] costing 12 or lew tact duty is raised frnm J a pound to 1 M cents and upon of the third costing U the duty reuominended In an advance from r> to S c-entu per pound ITS EVFFI-T ON THE FARMERS. There be no doubt the report that the protection afforded bv the increased duties recommended in the bill the farmers of toe Lmted btates will lie able at an enrlv day to supply substantially all the home demand and the great which thu increased pr InuiouwiU grve to Che auriL-ultural interests of the Country fan not be estimated. The production of 600 (100 IXJC) pounds of wool would reqmr" about 100 UOOIKKJ sheep or an addition of more than luo per cent to the present number In revimni tue woolen] eoodn schedule so as to afford adequate pr ite, 11, n %u our woolen aianufa, Hirers and 1 (jrmver-i the com mittee states that it ha-s c mtmu d the system of ih b proved to be w nr a-n r u iff r-h protect wool providing first f >r a ipeciflc eomnensatoi? pound ir ar equivalent to the dnrv w hich wnuH b- pal I in the- w >l if im portttl for the beneLl ol the wool gioner and aa ad valorem Inty il fr ni W to lO per lent the iiiopmton if labor reqmreil m the manufn if "laaam of goods as a piv 'ion to the manu facturer aiminst foreign and 10 per c-cnt. additi, nal upon ready nmde loth mg fur the protection of the clotlii manu facturer "Fixini the best information we can obtain the report savs, -it is probable that the in Tensed rates of duty guen to manufacturers of woolem will reduce ceitamlynot mcrea.se the revenue trom thw nnnrce and transfer to this country the manufacture of from 000 (TOO to KO fKKI 001) of woolen gocxls now mode abroad. In computing the eqinv ilcnt ail vali-rem duty on -nanufaitn es of woolunn the combination of both the specific duty which m simply compensatory foi the duty on the wool used ol n Inch the wool grower receives the benefit aod the duty m which protects the manufacturers mates the In the wheie the mi port lim iigre i the mm >ntv re- created fhi! indicated a theory that imroitati, n______ "ill ontmue a, as m ler lower duties, j cause m our opmmn lt llot of 11 m in ifacturer of wool, any of desirable result, r been enormous Messrs Carlisle Mills M MlUin be. ause of i m leqnnte there can be no ridge and FI reason i that riw J duty pro- posed wiU dizmiish rather tnHn in, the The c, mmittee toncludei therefore that the prop, ,ed bill if enn  ne v dining rcvim .f A-hnirton r r the dining hall wen. deowrated ith rmous pla palm and n the r ra. h was a cluster ef he lemamder of the decorutioni WPIP n L i pini; nifh this dmplar Ihe inner tempan? and the winee PIVM lent HarrMon o. mpMrf thev it ,f b nor with Sec retaiy Blam. op- President M ,rton Ui the nent uiddnet fi ice Hil-i to the left of th. pres, l, it ikor r and Baron Farm u la ui m i r-r HP i- Se  thar the hup of the H of the I nted stjtes Nn ai the ir.r ru.-. IAS absolutely anri mi the belief that rhe -on n of rl e r p nt the vei il in nl ins had settlwi umvei-sal peace nl w i 1 Jn nterchanse >f trade RIOTING EXPECTED IN AUSTRIA ON THE FIRST MAY With ,h. OaY.mmenf, of Blumarrk'l Silence aa laprlol'i Op.nine slgniHranr UllKr Hi. Liwt Popularity n -The present outlook tniouglumt the continent for a peaceable wrvame of Mav lay w niu. h in >re favorable although is hkelihood that the day will be mai keil by dis ir ler in some localitisa in tn-r mm the attitude of the working claasei is Ins formuiuble than .hwwhere though there .ill peihap, attempt to reate ri.ua m the lai gei towns TheCwrman norkinfnwn ar. n .t by anv nwani, imiuiimnus m favor of a general demonstiuti n m that  n the Vary a huge majority npfioHwl to any In Austria how.ver the situati, n is linVient an 1 it is almost cer tau that there b, trouble there the iwpoiiMhilitv foi must rest rhe government. The of th. autlioritiei. in tho ie.vnt not. m lenna Pesth and place, haa th. workmgmun to nicrrause their demamla and given tl HP, that they will be com plied ith 1 he ,t the better against the government flom lte neirlw t to summon the military and pr, mptlr and effectively quell the lino.dor, creaking.ith their apprehension that the authorities nil! again demonstrate their in competen, v at ttoeipenwof the lan leinent BHMVRruS SII1MFICA1T SILENO The absen e fi om the general eommenda tion of bancellor Tapnvis speech in the landtag Tuesday of a single complimentary allusion to the ad liess m th. part of Prace Blauiar k w regarded as lally Bignifl.juit and has ex. itwl wuieipri'iul comment. While it was nut to be expected that the ex -chancel lor would effusively compliment tits MutMnr upon the occasion of his maiden spee, h m his new it was connd, ntly believed that he w m, 1 a, ie8st his ongratu and his failurn to do s is a u I will sell so cl 21c H IN- I'rutue. 1 4 -j-, "c Molmwk i n or .u Otad, Little ChaitirOiik lOt Km- 1 to the best 7oc Dollar Junior. 45c., Fiwt 50t American Star, ISc. Boya' pro- Skvrotket, 17c.; 21. Mutual U. Alliance. I0c. v'h.uripion, TL Niagara, fie.! Bullv Bov, 4c IXL 4c' of Hju-cballs and Ball- ad, N Junior, (ic Red Pi Boom. h.ut' iiifidt- ni-tp.u.itioiH forn bij; Join tlii pnHf-siou of the Downing Slc.TmK h Cam; I ook at it, it a be.nitv '1 he onlv n. Imino- back bi made f good-, pinion cets, trowels, rolling hoopN t.-atlicr duatern iwL i ft. K.. <1 _____i._ ___ -i lunc h ba-k.t .vprt- wuron- onrts. wh kitclnii goods and tmwan, glassware and sii IN. Itjiinolotle -lurts. bovs and ladios' flannelette UH i p. .iprom and underwoHr, embroideries, bajr-. ladier'ami tc rprcj, 1) infnnt <1 ihildien' nil huiLTun-in im n-i -md un nvuir luindkcn .t, .pnng robes and r- SpnDir r SPECIAL ANNOUNuEMENI the time li OW I II I u 1 g ir r ar rtla i n file pi si i i pr be nge >f trade fit ml to k isvoivwl with DASTARDLY ITALIANS ith a K om Her Re ill Sull van e t m West Tblity t, Maul is in I ILS ram Ilv is uinsrames nil! Ihp ,ralm hi ralm his m th ,se rei-s he mn aid the do ns, r vrh n he el would all nol lnjurej i lent that R O AM J. GTFFOBIJ. XI Central Ave. (Up k5 benerai Insurance and tteal Kstatt AfeaL and Live Stoea Insurance, rrmnpt attenboa invan tobuTina and sellmr Seal Estate. 1 79 E. Third sL, ear DMT. hxeelator aUat Martot. Pnah, Salt and Smoked Heata. Lai-I, Sanaaoa, Ovatan and Pfioltry. W w Bay the Aurora Bailraed Bepainna; a spaotattT. Frank fatmot. tt Tfird M. Merchant Tailor. n tu uvtfr f it's Drujr Btsi lenew, Central Avenue' Telephone 9. out? lie left at Lvon s. average i esiiltant rate of the woolen goods -chudule pioposed 91 "8 per cent." St GAB ATO MOLAShES After defending its action m increasing the dotr on certain kjnds of iron and on tin plate the committee goes on to discuss the sugar and molasses schedule The sugar Khedule was onh decided on Tuesday night The committee rocom iiends that sujar up to and I Uniting Dutch standaid if colored and molax.es be placed on the free lint, with a bountvof cents per pound to be paid from the treasury for a period of dtte-n rears for all sugars polai izinir at least us per vot. made in this cmmtrr from cane beets or sorghum produced m rhe L nited states OucusBing the sugar question the commit- tee "9o large a proportion of o ir sugar is imported that the home procljction of does aot affect the and the duty ia thei-eroie a tax whichi is added to the price ot ouh of the imported hot of the domestic pi oUuce, n hith is not true of duties imposed on iiticles produced ar maile aubstant'ally tx> tne extent of our "In 188P, the duties c. Hected on imported and molamea amounted to IS.) (jlo Add to this the increase of price of d w sugar aiising froui the duty, and it LS Ju-ur that the duty on sugar aud n ide the cost of the sugar and molasses consumed b> the people of this countrr at least uuuiDii or about si for eaihman woman and child in the Cmted states more than it would bean if no so, h duties hud been led and the domestic prodnct had remained the same Even on the assumption that with proper encouragement we shall eventually be to pradace all or nearly all the sugar re- 4Uired for the consumption of our iMJunpOon which your committee believes te be sustained by many facts, notwithstanding stow progreti thu far made in sugar culture in this encouragement saa be given antes more economically and affectnally by a bounty of 3 cants per pound, involrhts the expenditure of but a little more Chan ST per annum, with the present production of sugar in this country than by the hnpoaition ot a duty involving the col- in datica m the but final not OMntwn the amount iodi- rmctij tarotrmd. Wmmtt it ia eonajdarad that mes tli inestu be be urtt 1 an! i n miteiiits 'Lei u afford to pny hpn lib bttter" than thev can HIT rd t TI m nrsv and ,t 11-eil th u pi t nsuin IN at r prn s tli in ire ch ir 1 (oiuen i_ internal revenue features f the bill the mm aar, While we i iilrlbe _ to r i al the mtei nal rev nil, tow. in ,nwirhre. imti is m tie, lrt, l, vh I, the people re mil uit as r, poMdm the tall huh pass, I the list cannot agree o a measure which pi for the aboil art of such tales ami at t e i ei the i ates of iuty of cot- tLnirj and on earth ill, rv and manv -I'D h cannot be dls- T nt the onlr siib- i I. urged for the re i the fact that the i i n ui I control neces- t c i i_s a constant 1 J 11 ance to th se till m- tint aiticle 4 tax li in to 4 cents sixnse with this super anv extent n hatei er to inv extent the ei same supervision, same bonds same number of ol! -ct 4 ceii per >llect en ts per talle ion f n n amt ti i, iei r >n T I, n i I, nine d iar orms f ir n an-i s e I T 1th B vi rial ita.-. n that leal ot r i t x i n overn ,al uper' arv 11 if i >r i ug-ued in maut nt le redn, ti n f i p, un 1 1 n t I isii n inil utirl t nor it umn of c, 1 tion he th, same 1 frrms the aths in 1 r naluee and th, be rtqai ed to u rwju i ed to t n mg at N uoiml tor ntin i i b uliling at tt- ,s The i u i e ase up Mr Huilei r joiit% an, n i in tfl tl e f >i fuithei u W yeas ,t lote nas th, n tiikc n leclanng s-anders am can cl immii not entitled r -Jii u Another v, t, in f e Clark nn.1 M t n xs r j- ants nor eniit nj to s, V nivs l s-mi tlbson tt. i a i i t Republi r Mr P two resolu ill I "l t tun m th> p ase T is tl n taki-n vtti 11 recommit tue ma i -with i is ,u ti ns npnvi CL.IS u, 1 ti ns He e niv- T i f vi >n et ,s iMnrnmsTfrom to til n Is, nl nt it leu nKe waaseized by i jrai 5 t lulnn labjiers at Y, whawkei ml lia.ved mt Her s, reams i u I me lo, k liborers to the spit, who in r the li mt 1 nt c i d n it mij th ,irl The! m ail h, had left hut after 1 mrt b m I and i i the i rv th 1 -i its P, 1 iri i il li J ted ouu It) it The p, h v >f pn i 'nt al le hsr i p ill 111 id i t> L s refeired to us Til in H. kls that it 13 i nnos i j, urn ta in the 1 i m the tariff turner prjtection The minority inpos lit t, protect the armei jst f rplrm b rase It i fl t h ct i >n HIUDSN ON THE PFUPLE 1th a 11 >rei, 1 i us 1 hir _ se It, in 1 I Resolve.! Thai i at] j that there h is i senators from tae sLi f l The sul utc i TS i 11 The re- t s Power ei tie u u L i seats in tne en ite ti j i were agreed t rv i ,tn 32 navsJH Messrs. San ler? and P diatelv esci rtc 1 t e i tors Hoar and n c h in: as admmistei ed t tl in li ti n 1 liiiiiur 'n rin 1 m i_r i It ir U r, i TH n, h the tl nte foi I rs m 1 T tl) en i ra ked the i a irl ti entiint Two f att-i roii bv the and if a in i M the 1m inns Thrv tit, hie pral hit befire the tin nbriptl the rescuing i -11 uwav One Italian was u- an ieti >ff by his friends ruiule r tl 11} a m n i IP 'er, a 11 i rs nr th T.-.O t t.i e "lonta i paitv er w r nn ne- s Hl, and Eloped. TI Vpnir-J w MKldleton a "t Davis s-ott county 'ti ihtnt three weeks ago to ivi m estei day Muldleton m, rv lei k s office m Cov- n put- nt if his nifawho be claims if-iuidiv from her home with th i M likr u a nephew of the farmer HM pin t k with them about I" (UK) which Mi 111 r n hi! SP r ted m the house and win Ij he nt mlcd to deposit in the bank tne n t lir iheel per? sr urti a hcense m 1 OM mn in 1 nere man "tl bv Judge Shine rf tl unlv nn. The old man says he ket p on 1 1 hi.se of the guilty pair for wil he -iro his r r" tner his a7 IKK) than to tl L mtu jf tl] e -i tt e v r res- ident aud a bi el exts, ut senate adj in -i d SEOU the IV metition in his hlllrf he has 1 i Tin- Arnl feature of tbe house ms the presentation of the t ir r i majonti an 1 mm n y i -p t n the I i 1 ill B, rof r! rr n the c n-ml ,r ls lutioutim -si r e ,a and it na liu m he i Mr K, i v In ,H on an 1 n e inj, i and it was 11 ferr d r t h whole Mr Carlisle f kertu I views of the n i i >i i _ Cal forma pi i nls rieicard n4; the tilt in siuu a 11 the sugar Ordered prn. ,1 he v a s Lu.t vear The house t' ,t oinm t ee ot th. whom on the ml tin appropriation bill winch w a" j- asset 1 Mr Berger f >e v ferw from the mittee ele. tion- i up the election rise r jse s First Ind.-m In ,t th, ed unauim m j sitting memoir Mr Cheidl ot live speech n i Mr mitt e Mr Rowell of ed election case u till )l the the lira f lew s onvpntion tlMBtsO Api ill--The miner.'con "nt n m, t v -SI-PI 1 inn I the special scale comrattwMpr rtetl th it a basis f rafale for is K, h is IK. n agi erd llpl n Mr bea said thut mmittee igrectl unaiumonslv to recom men lth-t the scale basis ot the past three rears be a1 tue basis foi the c-onimj ven for Obit and Pennsv Ivama, if -fae basis was adop ed unanimously The inix-non f the or e for mining which the m ners to be placed at 3tt centt il JVP tbe scile basis was referred to tha special coinmittte Tib tb agreed ,n the scale basis and-he rifrinal sc ile Tminiirtea was invited to vrith this coinimltw )f the Binish army a of Jjseph bwhop of Salisbmv and a grand n, phew of the poet th i immittwl sun ide at O1v ester tin i IIAJII.IS DILKK s r mg The ibei al committee f North Kensme ton has Charl s Dilke to contest that seat the Liberal c A ithouuh it u. know Q that SMI (.hailes t, annom to retuin it u d. nbtfnl that he will consent to make nil first elf >rt to that end in a d i LSI m which its seat to 'hu Couse, v itives at the last tion by nearly I majority He is undeniably one of the ablest men in Englan 1 and ho, well niKh mtiived the sruma was put upon him a few by what manv men now be- lieve t, hav, Ijwn a systeninti, combmati m >f false mstu'atal by men gmlty of ire mrre heinous tlnn the ne with he was.haijct That ne ulti matelv r, h s u pa, lenient no- bodvilMilt, Pr babl, not the mi mile- tor N u th Kensington orna TRAryb.B   a m_u ril sen ff-nt the f ii man n >f sn, h a bodr md thu hs Ussi jf th nut er is m fined to letuilsiatKi than t tl, The krui hne ou III Iwl ariangemenm torthepiiuhase if the entue villngeof Al sen.loif M ting into a v tst w u' sh ip The w irkm, n m the nHe of the gov eminent at Spamluu Imve g me nit on strike toenforu fh r. iUh.tat. m, nt of one of their immbei who w-u d iami un justifiably Pen, uu the issue ifthestnke w ik isnt a stan lalill ding- Ftiblfi. BKIILIV Apnl r-tnthe Uuicltas yester lav him, elloi I apnvi dec lured that when the recent were miute In the ministry thegovernm ut had wnruslv itiwdered the I'ntciil Of 7'it Wiiflluiigrin It i. ipn L lice riiicnu Ri> Trade Vll Pnunt ondn, ic I fir ai Ii i u. Hen Inf, nniitl e mi t wpci ii n it H in re in, fcrrcil wl o in nulls! ail isi me t i he HUB ni ss Si tr m thly cmj jlso V I, w indu es. H I V IL Rid m n I Va tin Hrc i wli Ir y tx. j 4 UI MS I h m iv, II, tti I st, nu, nit hi nseh il I mn I C M s M R ci id I OH L, pin "1 h 1- -in 1 ml I n. i I- unit bAI t tin. l I lan I in Win L 1 on lu in til, h 1 ate I r small (iiantm, in unit huwif, ert on le _r h n i- n w u it. ir ulu i i- t, p, n il he pet Je w h Htl Us SOI11 i[ ji. t in 1 all of w h ton >us, as thi- In Isss w m, ij ,s ive narp commtte tet in, m this counti y w as, thatevon 1 tpere J i 1 be no" increased production un ler th" b. untv s stem the sum which the people ire I e L impelled to do- nate vpir i th i of this favored industry nu' b- JO ui i or fin during tie Biit the very ob- ject of tue bouiit t em uraje the pro- duction ot this n its claim that m a f Buj result m a domestic snpph i ih, e demand f >r home c m t i u u, lition to the hoaie product v i i a during the last IKS r n M -He. pounds om 1 ,1Tutt from mm'tw. rtport- In i. im made an exhaug- s-Htiiu; Mr Pis, v li, le rejort if thetom Woistedi, Wonlrnn. Apnl important test jf Ballm J scplis i o a Tjnst the col lector of cust-mu, i er a In ml excess of dutj-nulundei protMt n w, tain invoices the i ,i ourt byaiurv and r .Tudor Lac imbe in fav ,r ,f the im por ers M mv s milar s.uts will now doubt- be pushed to an The point waa lasseil the r miens The jurv Hnd, are not woolens uiattci of its use of the press time not a w >rd from the chan t llei y had ipt eait 1 m the newspapers RcLTinimis the foiPiRii prws be sail to itvelf the facultv of retaining to influence public opinion at r Mitl but lumtutions would be observed. Mr Gladstone on In lern.tlon.l LofDOf April IT -Vfr GlntLstone writme m i-eSni 1 to the establishment of an interna tional copyright law Amenca sa.s When the bni bnrism of protectior ceaies to oppi ess that country we may hope they will present a plan which will takeaform worthy of sn .rreat a nation Orn ttentenead MADKID Apnl 17 -Gen Salcedo who was arrested a few dais ago f r writing a letter advising resistance tn the authority of the government has been sentenced to two months' imprisonment in a fortrem TURF EVENTS Elizabeth Haees. EL17ABKTH N J. Apnl 17 large crowd attended the races yesterday Track and weathei fine First race purse, mile Brillianteen colt fll-st Minuet second Spendall third 1 17 t Overcoats ad Equal to any in the citj, and at piuvs tliut will puj to him purchasing. OCR SPRING AND "I M HER LIN E OF time that tbe vvj.steds a.- lican on 1 reu n i ated i B the Ninth district nt ir? na. Ihp tion conflnniuff the ng t t the sittirj mem her was and tne h me then at 4 J> p m., adjourne t Oregon S'jte Convention AVD Ore r_Th. Repnb- onvention met here yesterday B F raiann foi longress. D P flitnipson if Poi tland was nominated fr-r ti The platt rm the tralian ballot system mloiies the McKintey tariff bill ie 1 Race, at lUraphfa. MZMPHIS Apnl r--, nrmn- suited follows First race, mile ROM- Howard first, Ben March second, Cii andpa third time Second race Ji mile Hockaey flm Bliss second G W third time, 1 Third race, nules Blarnej Stone Jr first Payette second, Huntrem third i Fourth race, 11-18 miles Pell Mell flrrt aim Annie second, Frad Fink third on all tvi lal. All-over gieut vnnctj in tbf vvultL-j troni IS inches to GO inches. Iin.'s ot carubric :it I per j-ard. VnAM VII M .1 X. thu season an coming in daity. The rmiilin atcxk in complete ako the stock, cotton stock and the white goods stock. By 'complete" mean all the new in this mason's new the variety that the purchasing facilities in the country can bring to- gether. The Winter stocks are of- tn-ing great bargains. Ther? never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageoiibfy Adam, Mddrum Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, BLOCK WE UAVb THLM ENT LEATHEU and BRIOHT WITH FAN' Y COLORED OO7E TRIM MINGS W E ALfcO HAVE A BEALTIFLL PATENT LEA THER SLIPPFR WITH A TARGE BCCKLE p STREET WEAR Catttlu- Elphin third, W1P CHIMNEYS BREAK? 1 THE WTJQNC SOOT TH L o ONES PEARL SULLIVAN SON 213 Centre Street -4O'i MAIff HTKhET, BL'l FALO X V C. O. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, mt KADI DKAJ.HB IM Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather nxe, aoio tatLutu rtsa USB or HOLIDA T (MODS AIAIN STKKKTi te Inoinnid Hntti REWARD! WE will pay the above reward tor any ol LiverCompla-nt, IJrspriMia, ti k rieaOacha, Indi.estion, i onsOpaDvu or we -at it fare with I iver Pllla, 1 when the dtrecoort an strictly r-omplietl nittt. The are purely Vexetalite and never tail to iafaction sfivt- loawl contaiamif 30 Pills tf cento. Beware eoan- tnrtelts, anil imiationa. Tbe nnnuw aiaati- facnretlonlv bv JOBS C tto'tl by tfoVROE'a-l'HtARsiACT D kirk W v MACBETH tCO. rSBURGH, PA. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. 1FWSP4PERS   

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