Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 17, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

April 17, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOT-. XX. DUNKIRK. N. Y . THURSDAY, APRIL IT. I«nfi. No. .VI. B H EP R ES EN TAT I VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK TIF HOPS!-: TA RH F BILL I k* inciNLEV AHD CARLISLE RESENT THEIH REPORTS. \HKW EILINU MICHI*! Cor ruhn* •ii El O'is of blank* U UM us last ail: toro tr> h# Mct-hamrai Department of Duakirk|Pnstiagff ompon v. \LEXANI»EK s <;©al and Wood Yard. TI* I antra i Arm tie, oauouu *ickei Pate depot Ail md es of Hard and Soft Coal, A’ *4| Lumber, Nhtngie# and Lath. Pron tellv C'<rr*wpondeuoe for vLoiesaie rn# toilet tad. Pa. . «*irr«>iu>. su and Artist.*- Photographer    ------ ■ of Babies a specialty. miter* for sunshine except lot togrspo* m I Bot hbu Pro- But Mi • .OOH Bi.MDKKY-Jaxes laving. I I pnetor. *o. 16 E. sec*»«*l straet. uear 'too street. Dunkirk. *. Y. Msg**-. »**■. sc, Pamphlet#, air... bound in all stylea < »rler* (•comptly Attended to. All work fumrsn te#*L iCKlHEK t CMOS KERY Hod! IBN Central A ran on. Mboioaale and retail k*a>r ta la ported and tooamtta China. <1 lass ware, Ac. • HA UTALAit A rtOTtU Ka sea. ll per day ivory and Boarding stable in oonnecUoa. Victor Hitler, VV. and JST Lion straau I JI V B tKHY.lt SHOP Chaa. Nag se, FT®*-,    .    _ Uuder Lake snore National Bank, cornet Uaicr and Third sr rue is. A Ina stock to foreign and I>ose»»Pc igars. a, lr dL.iK horse# a specialty .ISKI UK Ct KS IN ors KRY KR I arrest Daily in ac*! County. Au tine<4aalia*l advertising Hied, urn. I)' , ( > Kl UK KXrINKKRISO COMP A* I Concert it se: Jew A Popple. Man ufa«-lurer* >1 k.igm* », Bol lari, PnJleys thaiUuif IlauMer*, el*:. Pattern*. Forging* vatting*, and Machin# Work to order. tKa TsSsers. Wsol, Ystgar mad ales Whirls rh# Re pa tx mao# it AlfsaisfssutJr—Me. • ta a W Baritg fLport a# His Os* w ann is i *T' OI, April r - Sir M< Kmtey. froca ta* .mmittw an way* and nuans. in Wad u<‘est the ae* tariff hill with the ma jotty rai*ort an it, rn the b« a*w vs# tenter The rasjomv report diecuwoa the effect rbs bill Will have upon the tv sen lie* of Th# government It stares that tha annet effect is lits wilt pf ••Hoertataawav That    thor# will ha a wSMaii’wi redo.-tine ae we    shall show.” it H *^A^u*n*^^ri*»io^apber ^ InnhMlanwuos says. “sdn.»u of ao douha It    is not believed that tha a-r*a» sd dutiaa upon words an • woman g.msis sod upon glaasware. will nave tha effect of larrwaMiug tha revenue# Thu would, of course, follow if the imp* >rtati. >an if tha las: Am-ai rear were hereafter ’# He maintainad. shut, however,    rn ai together rn pi.toe i*ie The resnit will    be that mpor- . . m HEK'! CMM nam to***. *e,    atua* will he *4*— reused aal There: re tile |>    ION Central Avenue.    amount of the r*v*nus from these vmrw will he diminish**! * “In every *#.-# rf increased duty except that irnfxwed by tin piatee. which does not ga mta #ff#c? antil July I, 1*91. and uj**o Uaen f abr b's. the effect will be Ut reduce rather I Than enlarge ta. revenue#, be-nus# imp Ps-tt*»o» will fall off It was th# aim sd ilia coroa, tee to fix the duties np*« taal date af aiauufwtured goods aud farm product# Wbb-a sa ae supplied at koran w. a* to discourage tha use of like foreign goods ami products, aud Secor# to our own people and -* i A Kl IN A PON    mr yWn P^”,lur•^', We    market, b#liev- (    xtf (.euler *uwei.    mg that < writ per mon am* mg ourselves will Practical    a».ree-sn«*ei *.    Particular su#nt**»e    secure reaw,naf<ie prues to orrosuruer* as it a u>    interfering    sum a nu.    stowing    of row’    ^ mrarlaWy ^ in tba pot We seek by —    Ae m.Teweerl a ut ie- recommended net only    j ; to maintain but to enlarge eur ewn maim-    | torturing plants and check th we sn pp ae* from abroad wk.ck (Xii he pr ti tab! y produced at bonie The general policy rf the   ! bdl is to Later amt pnanoia Amen an pro- I . .    duct ion and diverted' anoa of Am* mesa sn DCNMIRR E.>uni.f.anu a** a. *>% formerly He: tew    A    Pop win.    I du^tne#    ___ _ - 1—-—*    ■*    ■*—    L The report quote# eh#    reoom mend* ti* >n**    ; ©oncoming tit# tariff in the president # annual    I ■is**# -* and terms them “*en>ible and pa -»,<    trout;*- * I ,| 'Sinn mn** *    »*».    —    •#*»    ,    .    .    , ii center a treat.    Manufacturer* of th*    Af tar a ajari! sal im af the odin mudra t iv# •Cromwell” and ‘Dunsirk {wriest - I th eg feature# of the bbl tbs report foe* over wa. h vcbssiuie n«ding the proposed chang## and discueuug the reaw.ui* for    making them. sal est.mating toe am. un: ef    duty un each ase that will he affected In regard to wool the report date*, that bv th* proposed btl! the duties apon Amt and ■arend clam wuols are w.ade at ll and Ii cents a pound, a* against IO to I! under existing law t>« third .aa* wool. meting 12 wnta ».>r lee#, the dutv is raixsnl from ‘J’-j wot* s (ouiid tf»3 , ceotf and upon wools of || the third < laei costing above 12 cents, tha MAK SLM rn    K    Ta    ^ -trr0L    duty recon, uMtndwi is an adv ame fiom 5 to 1 cent# per pound IT* ggrV'T OK THE F a HJS f Ka There wins ta be no doubt, the report - u watxkjw.v m IM    says, that w»tb the protection aff *niM by p    th# mcreaseil duties recommended rn the bill the farmer* of the United states will he aloe st an ear' ,- day to aipplv sufcetantiallv all rbe boma demand, aud th# great benefit# . I AKKLI STK    A-a nr,#**-***    whicb tb'A ,n' rea»-l    pr    do    ti-ai w    ^:\e    to a a    | th# agrvmiUiral interest* of the •'onntrv can not be estimated The prodiM'tiou *»f rt»*) *kk' •■■» p..»md’» of wold w.tuld rwqmr* st*nit HMU*k*,illS/ sheep. a OME 1TE..I a L.u    ar an atiditinn f rn,    re    than    •    per    -cut    to —    .—    the present number In rev wing toe w.*>>u    sc    toe*! ole so a# ie aff*-rd aiiaquate pr-*t«--ti*rn V> our w«**>ien man ufa* -turers and w<»*-i ^r- .ver* the oooi- ii    ft. OEHM.    nttee stataa that it has <nriuu 4 th** *ywt»*m compound duties #b« to has pr>>val to he a) essential *r «r»v tai iff which protect# wo* I. providing fir-t for a specific compensauiry I * ai i el • *r    i'm    r    t    dutv. equivalent to the UBRRX was a f * "J”    17^    «*nt> *'hich wnild b# pai*t rn the wool if lm- lhir*i si. Hooka, stationery, M isieai la •-- * ported, for Ik* be,iel*t ol the wind grower, an*: an ait valorem duty >( fnurti to .IO r*er cent.. acconiiug to me tirop*>rr on of ialior J Oft EKi> ri>«*    <ii every «aecnpw**a su** ■*    • cequire*l in the mantlfa rnr~ af toe voTal iuwwi living    rate# by    'ia»aea 4 goo*!# as a pr-cwt ion to the manu facturer against fore ut u con* atit:*-*!. an*! IU ^*-r *'cnt. additional np*ai remtv *imde clothing for the ur<'taction rf the <*i*»tui m manu- JH. * .%> hi    km a    wi#, nre *,*ie    taotun r Ac' idemi and General lnsurmc~n_    j "Fithm tha baal information we eau ot>tain." the report **avx, “it is probable that the in-M**-n>*ed rate# .rf aute giy en to iuanufact»amrs of woolens will rvNiuiw. cartamiy not meres— the revenue trora this wwirv* an*! transfer to ttow (tmntry the niacufarrure of fnan glidlgi.lWD lo r.N» iSki.dl*i of w.*>len g h*1s j i»*)w made abn—rf- In computing the #|.ht mkt*— ta <v«&, dm ta 'aa duty, fa*. - aa a. id* w , ;.^* ac-e»#**y a* food, fokr caroai.ttee aire persuaded that jaffUoa as wet! a# food p Ii*‘T requires ta#! w.c » aa uone-ss-sarv to i'den n rue *av wf a direct tax «hauid toe reiuav*-] lr .rn -ugar and That tha aa eau rage meat require I ta india** Ute production of snider in the Unite*! Mates USou.d be given through a bounty rate *r Aaa by an import duty. “By providing that na* only raw sugar but sugar up ta and inc. id. rig No. Id. Aal! be adnnttad free rf duty. aa epportunity a given for ths free introduction if yellow sugar* *>,.it***l for fsuiuiy ave—an srrangw-saeiit a r. ca a id —cure to #ur peopla sugar at the lowest pr;** exiting .a the markets of th# world, vii.li even imported wa.ta ne Hoed xii par* w it tim subject to a duty of only four-tenths rf I cent per pound.'* af sugar nae ab*,va Na. id ut aa!si' ai#sung a to<— a t<u*> —I ut.-* ism IU u-i.no A, meet!, #* d imiWel, «rf " fTT »>Td pounds aas! then*».ar-, if the .vstesi rsaoita a- rt> aavcs ate# pre*ict. the an i lai pc v men* sot the tree-wry will be >•    .'•> 4Jb. even with- oat any -a*-rea— :n fL amount bow ob •waaed “We protest aguilt ta# gnaw faventmn and lajuati-* of sack a pelter, and we deny tha moral ar canst;tutionai right af tile fov-arnrocat to tax th# people who grow cora, wheat cotton, rye. oats and Ute r ag7-i**ul-tural products for ths purpose of raeung a«orv lo be given to thous *k pruducw sugar or any other article The ; linty pr e vuauns can tai ne* I rn this hill ai* con •***!* ais that the who!* -vsteiu ahi, a it seeks u> Rrengthcn anil extend u. a <vr*tein of di>*-nm-tnati* im. bctw.wn the vari**us pr »lu< live m-i md rte- at tha e*>untry-a system whi> h un- ipi'ort of JU. th* « kt >KlKk *HIKT IO.,    i'd Cauter * tree I, Mw# u fad users ^riBwrll" an*! *I>una.rk jierfsct * BtLag Dress rfnna. 'in ss.s in ail Usa*iiug furnishing, iiottomg sad 'try g**o*ts uo»ises in Liunk ra, Hcverai th* siaand word* of the report are iev.A-! to giving rate-.os far incvwas.ag do-    '+*npm np.« soma for th others, and disregards every principle of just -e an*! equality ui dlatrtbuting the tour den# of taxation ” Of th# ftffwt of th# proposed nrcaxure on th# revenue.rf the i^Mintrv the minority >«vi: ■•Med*] a*d mean t.' a—#rf that tha hill ac-' Tually in«-rcafte-tile rud rw revcoite f»'^.'«k>.-JOO over w Hat it is under exuding law but Ast it j*r<*p*»e* u> imp#, upon rhe arri*-!*** it leave* ii} >• rn the din table but. except ,«ug#r and molaaNo*. that *u*n in axcews of the amount collected on U»a *a!ii# schedule# last rear It pla*v# upon the fr*w li*t artk'ksa which Yielded « re van os of |H,0Bb.9KB durtng the aft A■**oil year. anil make., a reduction af >,'*4.5122. HO. 'k» on sugar and ninlnnrn arui ifcoa two slim*, amounting to g»i**. »'*2.'C&. wing Mortal from in#    leave# a let ini'reaw* of more than    m **nS ainti*m limier *uw bill.”’ The rep**rt o»>iH*iu*l«* — follows:    “In 'air ipiuleai. thewxerr-iw ,rf # just discmninati* n >n the #eie*'ti**ii <rf the subject# of taxati<m sod rn Axing the rate# >,f duty to be nun*wed up a ea*'to w*aii«l anabia the government to raaiue* fn>m this xar.-« of revenue am pi# mean* for it* own support .iiai at the -ame time grear,v improve tim present condition an*! prmqic T.-- ,rf ail our cirusen» w in* hare invented their mean* or embarked their !ab*>r us manufacturing, nuniiig. agriculture and ■xmimer**. Wiuie we would g bai Iv co-*>per-ate with th# majorttv rn the pHft*ag*» of any iueaxurs which w,Hiid reo#*# rue pe**pl* from unnecwneai v taxation, pronwrfe the prosperity at our vartute imiuMnc, a*id secure ample wage# wad StandV employment to the lal»or-vr* etiga-g«l u them, we feel con-Tramed to max# au *aniet protawt agnuiftt thi* bill. because in our opinion it will not a **nj,ii#to any of th*we des.rabic result*." M-eer- Carlisle. Mills, M Mi!lan, Br*# kuv-ndge and Fl*-w**r *igt.eI the minority report. V. TOOMEY. D. Locater lo Y’.our, treed, tttoauat, stu-. Kstabt.soe*!, IS# and WM Limo street* ait. B# «*l ! inn lay, Plus . RIE HOTEL and tuning Saiooa, I’m** tJi Depot. La*y x***#s to ai, ira,as and bus-Bees nones, dost e'Oouine * lati* *os Kit i^ta* •ere.a* fraveiera. J aha J. Murphy. Prop. ULE EHL* a CXE. rf? and — £ Taint strvat. Pl ae gum. lure, Cahtnel Ware aul Up etskimg. Picture Frames made to or tar. I) M ATTESON m CU.. Mi Cantrsi Ava, '.Milers of f ash on aa«i *e*nU«umn *»*iUSiters A REL I STK. AM BEATI NU CCL. rfauufacturers of luau Heaaag Apparatus Sauitarv Plaahiug a kpeciaity. OME fTCAW LAI NORI Oar •{**# islUes:    Fine    Abirta,    lur; lunars Jai Cuff*, ie, aa<l La** C urtail** Free Mf ary , A w. Commings, MT Center street K. OEHM. k Tbml st., cor. of Buffalo taauuLftcturer and tea I ar ,a F ne boom A '■hues EN KY W El IXK'li NEW STO KE. tug A Third sc U*ft>ks. 3U*u«>nerT, Mimical In-j(rumxit.-,Ma*;asi3**A.Daily au*i W **eklv Fa per* »„d av—'jtlur g perta:smg ta a dr*I cia— book ibm. e*-n*ft>. 1mh.cs a spcvia ty. OH P KIN TINO a1 every desert pti aa aud ai I*#west living rate* by Dunkirk Printing compaa*, * an*! IU K. -a* *.nd he H. VAN HI KEN to XOM. rn* Life Acct'lent and General Insuracua. I tea* » is fica* Estate aud L-ans. Par iciiiar collect sumo tem paul u> ine aw* *rf property mg rent# Ae. ill* Center st, ind #*w»r. M ON ROK* lf I'M A tCM.ti I, WI* central Avenue Hc-ulquartevs tor Wall Papar Pa.c lass, tor im EKK LNN. J W, -Mid Center suwec Ma autactnrer and dealer ,n Uni ne bridie#, i.oilara, Trunks.W h p«, Buffai Home Cover# *.loves Mittens and -leigto K.diea. -sa, Had. :iea, ffaio Rot mb#. V. MJHOLTEN, 17 East Third street. r'ateiiouaLae Tailor. Uentteisen -ar-.., had it Id tto#*r sdvautag* to caf I on me before pare baaing rise where. PH. CARY to CO^ cts Lion street. * yen era: Hardware, W hi ie Is$a*t.' 'iis.Pa.nter** SttppiKa, isl cloths. Urac ie Ware. A special ty.of hberwn. W ilhams P* et sad Monroe range R Cl.INO. mick as blank-)*ook«, edgers, anc ail kind? ut bunks tone at 4/uakirt Printing Companv, a and to) E. second st. KC CH ICP H MOLDEN H AC ER. Cor. Thin! and ii affa »o u • , Dernier in wramte. Marine. 'g:ng aa*! bali t.ng Rose. Cai! am ae furs buyta# voar side-waik. UHL ET R to co., 7 and * East Front street. Whisky, W mea. Brandies. <Pkm f.iqnor <*t**re for Family Car ROHE KT WRAY, Lion street, near toe ie pot Boarding, fhUg, fee'! and Livery staining by Ute why or wert on Stable maim ,N IM J. tit FPO RD, JOI Centra, Ave. (Up *ta,isi, teeners. I nsuran. e an I bes. k-iato Acvau Fire, Life. koeidsnt, an*’ Live stock I a# ara nee. Prompt rite noun run Vo buying and seilinv R**ai E-tnte n*    JON EK.    „_ 76 E. Third SU. nor Deer. K*jrwL#ior Real Market. Fresh, Salt Smoked Meats, Lo* I. Nan Pool try. and < tvswrs sad W crt lirs, J It WELRT. AC. Buy the Aurorm Railroad Watch. Repair ag a specialty, k r 'tapf. kl E. Third ac NS r M f rank    ___ kdCKCE Merchant Tailor. 116 Central A von a PROE ENMON AL. U T. ROI PII. M D., i'Uvfti.nun #n*i ^'trge** ,tl* aver f-> n's Drug "U*!*. Bt si enee. Central Avenue' Tm phooe >*c A *,#!># lh j v ne .eft at Lv»m s. , xiei.t ad vai>.rem duty >u monufa*-turns (rf woo'et in the (tnnbination of both the ftpeeifl*-htuty. wb.cto is simply *>Oiiipen#ar.>ry for the duty on the wool used. of which the wool grower receive# the bensrflt. sad the duty rn wbi 'to protect# the manufa«'turer». make# the average : militant rate of the woolen g»*)*i# -otMHiule :*» • >p*wad 91 7^ per cent,’’ KI BAU AWD mo Canoe* Aft«r .iefeudmg its anion in incn>a#ing the dutv on eertatn Hinds of iron and on unpin te. the .»uinut Tee gnee on to? dis**uss the sugar and moioft-e# wtoadule. The *ugar A*hedule wa# oniv derided on Tueaiav night. The committee recoin oen«l* that aizar, up I to and I eluding No. lh. Dutch *tandnr>i. *rf oolored and m*>la»--st«. ba place*] on the free list. with a boti at v .rf 2 -eat* per pound. t*> be paid fr'*n the treasury for a pen**! rf rifteeo j rear# for ad sugoj-* polarixmg at le«*t <1 per eat made rn this country from cane. heets j or wvrsrhuro produced in the Unite*i Mate#. Discussing the sugar question rue I'onimit tee *• vx -.So large a proportion rf our sogor ta imported that tin* h*>nae product#*! rf I *ngar does not materially affect the price. * and the duty is tha re fora a tax which bi added to the price of only rf the imported hut of the domestic pmdtKM, win* a ta not true rf duties imp <#*# i on artK'lea produced sr ma tt here sutotaut ally to Ute extent rf air want* “In UM. the dutie# a* I!***"ted *>ti imported rn gar and tnota-wr* an**.mnted to ^^'..^7.") 6^0 .4*1*1 to this the increase rf pru* of don. -tic sugar arising from the duty, and it i» clear that the duty on sugar and moia.-**-- r .toe Ute '-"(vt OI toe sugar alw! molames con#um*d by u»e people of tin# country at least #64.-JOU.'UM, or abtrot gl for cst* to luau. woman and mad IU Ute Unite*] >'at*e# more than it would nave teen if no -u< b duties hod heen lev ie*: aud the dome-fic pr xinct had r rnn.ned .he same Even on the skuu rn pl ion 'Oat with proper - ni'ouragwtnent w# stoa*? eventually he ibte to prs*in** ail or nearly ail the -near repaired for the consumpt!* .n of our pe*q>ie—on taeuint'ti* >u which your committee beiievew to J* -*U'tamed by many facto. nocwitn>tandmg the Mow progress thus far mode in sugar Jliturv in this country—? tote em.*ourngement ion be given much more econ* >rai(-adv and sffectuallv by a bonity rf 2 emits per pound, ai vol Ting the expenditure rf tout a little moi* than $7.(HIO.ODO per annum, with the present production rf sugar in thai country than by che imposition af a duty involving the aoi-meuaa rf •&u,U7E,41ff rn duties rn the test •to# a1 rear, mad to r»«n Don the amount iodi-eertij involved. Whan it A * CMS on agrx'uitnrmi prxlucta. the nor NTT os nu. Coaceming «lk the committee state# thai | in ©rdv-r to ecirt this m*lu»try a* peed:Iv as puasible thev offer the u******#ary different ai rf a bounty af #1 per pound, about th# #quiv-! alant .rf JO per <*nt. rf the market valua rf goo*! silk. A bt Minty rf 7 cent# per pound it , m stated, to aha allowed on cocoons. INTERN AL REVENCE (THA.NORK Th# "*»mmittee to#.- recommended -baagas 1 in the internal revenue *aw a* follows Ab*4-| tsking th# tax on dealer# in leaf tobotNNi, man a'ai lur#*! tobaBPO, man u fact urvrx rf tobocoo and cigars and ptftidlers rf ti>ba*HX>, reducing the tax ad sin* king ami manufac-I tun#I tobacco aud snuff from 9 cents to 4 i mats per p**undL . he cottinittew recommends that ail pro-vtoa -narf the statutes imj.«ming restricts*» rf any kind whatsoever upon farmers and I growers rf bd a* ■'ti. in regard to tha sal* thereof, ba repeal#*!. Tbi# will enahla tha farmers and planters to -tell their t*Atoccu I wherever and to stn'iiiswer th*v pteaee, j with th# wile freedom they sow iwpnar rf other agrt*-ultural proiucta. Hoi.WMB THC ■OME MARMET la oooclusioo the *N>mniitT#a state*: “The effect of the a* iv «ius rf din use rn agricultural prudu* t# will he to hold our own markets in larger measures than at prwent for eur own farmers without any increase sr revenue. The seme result will follow iii other canes rf increase and the rev#uiM if rn special ra-crea»ed. this mer**## will be far im* than a indioat-d by a computation ba#*#! on the theory that importations rf su**h article# will -on!mu** a# large a# under lower iutiea “In the <xtos rf a manufacturer rf wool, ; where the importation# have been enormous be*-buft# rf inadequate duties. th#r# can ba no reasonable «ioubt that tbs rate# rf duty proponed will diminish rather than increase th# revenue " The c*‘mmitt#e conclude*, therefore, that the proposed bill, lf enacted unto law, will .■wrtmnlv redu<*e the revenue from imports 4 at Wast |CU,9S6.u3B. an*! prt bably more. and from the mtrmoi revenue ♦I(l,!t!7.’*7N, or tn | the aggregate |71.J»>4.474 No ref ere im* ta j mad# iii the report to raw md**#, they will remain on the free list as at present Mr McKenna rf California, a Republican member rf the way# an*! mean# •"•nruittee. uibiiiitted a report dissenting fr -rn th# sugar schedule of th# bill. Mr. M*-K-*nna iiacusae# the protect i *• system and pr* t#t» agamat the propo#e*i iinpo#iti*.n rf a l#>unty ou sugar In conckopion he say*: “I lie bill presents#! I give# a bounty to silk cocoons and raw Milt. j Bt is oi>j#cti«*nal»ie a# a bounty on raw -sugars. HK. CA W IKLE N REPORT. Mr. Uarlisie submitted tne views rf the amenty on Die bill The minority dis ma—! he tariff q—lion at length, pointing out tha J iifferen'*** between the two political parties j in the matter ami defending the d»ft*tnna rf the Deun’crat* Humming up the question tha ninont v -to vs -We believe, therefore, that the —Iv marlier in whi**h oar Industrie* can be be ped by I !egtoiation at the present tune, ta to exempt from taxatbm toe ma ter: a is thev are com-•tell*#! to u»w. an*! to r*#!u-N* prop. rtmoataiy 'he taxes <m fini>ae*l prrfu cs. so that oil our farroerv. mtchaakx. and marufa.'tureni may be able to compete on eqnai t*-rms with tb»w rf other coun ne#. That if r be policy av advocate ani which we deart to se# inaugural-ad an*! o»ani>fcfted just -a# early an*! a* rapidly j ss drruitBtanre** will permit. The capitalist who has invested hi# money in th* we I ad u# trie**, the laborers a# employs, and the do ■nestle c" ti cm mi**r ta whotn he tells, w.aiid all i be be ne!? t#* I an*! notftsly w»u!d be injured. With untaxed material* it is evident tha* they could afford te pay their lab* r#r* better wage- than th#v can afford tojitov them now, J and still ft#ii th-ir products to c*»nMiiner» at lower price* than ar* now eliar.T* i C oaoarning the internal rex*#nu# feature# , 4 the bill the minority say*; “While we scald be willing to rvpeal the internal rev- j •nu# taxes on frrhqrtm. m c*>nne* tuxn with re- I in*'ti.'ii* upon ’>tfcer art! left «hi**h the people . ;r* rfiiicetl to Ute. a# wa* proposed in the tall , vhich passed til# Luet house, we cannot agree io a lueamire which provide# for the aboil- j •iou rf any {tort rf *uch taxe# ami at t e am*- time fane res ft**s the rate# rf duty rf cotton. woolen an*! linen cl«*hmg. and on earthenware. glassware, tab)# cutlery an*! mony 'onto rf iron an i steei which cannot be dia-lented with. Bcenie*. alft-ut the only sub-t.K.rml itxi*n that can be urged for the re-«eai of tile tax on to*a* -o t- the fact that the yovemi Rental -up#rvT*i n and control neceo-^irv to euf orc* it# collect iou to a <“ >n>tant source rf vexation and ann* *vance to th* we •ngxged in manuf c-turing that article A ne re reduction rf t.;e tax freon * to 4 centi **r pound doe* net • I spenae with this super-vist.Ni ami con tm] to any extent w hatever. -aor doe* it diminish to any extent the ex-.s«ift« rf collection. . be same superviaioa, the same book.- and fcrm*. the same h< *nda. toths arni peuaUie#, ami the same number rf Plots Is will be required to collect 4 c#u.,- per ■ound that are r#*piired to (Nillect 9 cent* per pound." The policy rf planar farm pr->iuct* in th* hit labia list, a^ prorkfcol for in the tariff bdl. in order to gl e rne fanner protection, i# referred to as fill lad* urn. The minority hold* that it to impo##i!»l*» to praffBCt the inner agamid f*»reign compel Ilion in h» ^ome market. be*-au#e. it is claimed, he ha# no such com pan toon. a BI RDEN ON THE PS* 'PUE. Regarding the cut in sugar an*! the sugar SENATE AND HOUSE. a public bu*)*!-tl.#*.irj|) adtli-#n the public Th# Montana Cos# ft«*ul**«) In Favor mf the K«*|iui»iic*n * *** te*.tanf*.    * Wilt .v :    April IT.—'Til# ft#nate yester- dav aummanly *ii*.|**aie*t rf the* ii. ee-'nuin-eration bill bv laying it on tbs table, .sod alw> rf the Montana election «*.-** i»y -teatmg the Republican ciaiuuuit#— Mteft*-#. Sander-anti P*>wer. A# no other -wont*)r wan po-fstred to -iesk un the n#** iufi' n the «'b.ne-ft* euuiuci-arion bill w a# taken up. Mr Hair moved an amendment making the penultv for unauthorised 1 hiuaiiuMt f. -und m the L'uiUhI ritate* un-pn» anvnt for un* Tear luetead rf for a term not exc##*l.ng tov# year-*, and it was adopt#*!. Mr Wilson of Iowa offer*#! sn amendment that the a*'t shall md be ecototrued to interfere with Chinamen in rran».' aer*#* the United Ntates. nn.ier pr -per regulation*. which was adopted. Mr Stewart then mov*#l to lev 'be bdl .rn 'he table, a- he    -at.-tuft]    with the amendnietit just adopted Die bul would d* m re harm than go**!. Iii* motion wa* agreed to—yew- »l nays. J s*-uat r# In iph and Morgan The foil* wing bilk were then b*ken from the calendar anti pa-tefti: Appr*>pru»ting #lUb.(*0 for mg at Newburg. N Y.; alw uonai for *N>T»tmuing work bu.lding at Worcester. >lo**. The % *#*:ai*a **U** te*n case was then taken up. Mr Butler moved to recommit toe majority on*! minority r#p* r*> with inM ru*'te>n» to the couuutltee# »n privneg*#* and **Uftdu>ns for further uavosktgatiuii Reject*-*]—nay*. •SI: yea*. JK A vote wa* then taken on the resolution • lee tan ag San.ien* aiel Pow -r#, the Re* Bdl •mu claimant* not entitle*! to nu* ie. Rej. **ted - *JB to U Another vote si the Clark and Magintiue*. rh ants. not entit****! to set yea*. !7f* nay**. Ii*. Sena* <»ib*oo. ti.a ma and VV a11 Republica#*, in lh** n*ftro Mr Botl-r offeml «* a two muluI h ai* dtclanito entitled to seat# a* fallows; Rite<»lv»fti. That it is th • jn tgroewt of rh that there ha* oeen co ch«*«*w of (Jutoi senators from the raj - rf N- nt iu. Tha SBybetftruto was reje* ted by a vote—yea* ??i. nu ft . The re#** lur: lift -.riatr Sailers an*! Power entitle*! up*hi th»•» nta of the ‘MeU' seats in toe -enute from t*.e -Lite of Montana were agree<l bi by a stri* t partv vote—yea*. ■ti. uay* Jh Me*an*. Namier* aud Power w*i> im:ne- vliateiy ewc* rte*i to tis# c:**rk’s desk bv Senators Hear an.I WmhUtru; the .lath of office wa* a* im in iste re* I to th--rn by the vu-e pr*xe i dent, a ta! after a brief executive ft*«*i.)u the senate adj urn* >i. nlutliin .Ie* Loring »**m* erotic clnitn-»oa agr*##! to— Barbour. Ooorg®, ii voting with the ii-ftfirute for the Halers an*I Power senate stat*#* party nit “Cud year the now mafia free all of im*!.'I** -rd, and the nae .in ann ..a1 charge tire engaged la other ooh ore far more iro-a are fuilv ae tnen- ooujity toe minority h .Tad#* *>f sugar winch v seM«*d to the goverom a ha h to no w t*> )e* .ig.tr industry i* to !»rft tip* ti a1* the people wb*> Ktiipatkxn, Mane rf vt do*vent and all rf whi tori* kin as thift. “Lu Isftft. w hich is tH** last year for which we nave complete ret rn*, th*- «ngar pnduct in thai country wa* 277..“.Vi.sTT pounds, so that even if tier# #Vmd tw no increased productiiHi under the bcuntv syfttem the auih v* hr h the people ar# N> )*# compelled to io-au»te-tech vteir to* th ■* i t>»rt rf this favored industry w a1 be 07.2SjU.0i*), or «1 Ui.ilUii ‘Bk) luring the Cf* wa yew* Rut th.* very object rf toe bounty is to anenwage the product Kin of thif arte lo. aa*i it# advocates ciaiiii ‘liar in a f • > h.> .< w ai result in a Inmait' ~ TTT ply t~ ;*T“' T h* »'h(*ie leman*! f.sr home <•* Uftum; • ii In •**blit Kin to the home product we . - r* I m l im-ara J during the sa*t ft* .ye. rr . > .LI.JCpxiBdi IN THE Horsy. Warrington April 17. —The feature rf th# bouse prorwediugN yester*lay was the presentation rf the new tariff bill with the majorttv and minorit y reports *ai th*? bill. Mr Raser rf New \ ►rk, frtjm the commit* tee -in comrnwe. rcj'o.'ted •* .v .rw-ir the r***o-lutioa to in en ast t v lifesaving *ewioa. and it was laio on the table. Mr M«*KiuI*-y . < i i- . »rom the «ft>mmitTee on ways aud meat im. rep* .rte*! to** tariff lull. and it was referred ta th * eon.rn tee rf the whole Mr. Carbide cf Kentii- . y i»»*«fte?if-*d the vieww rf the minorii v, snd Mr. McKenna of Cai: forma pr **- ated hi* irudv iduai vie wa Ordered prm?c*i. The houte then went into committee of the whole ob the mil.tory appropriation tail, which was passed Mr Berger, of New Jersey, from tha committee no electee!*, ca.!*#! up the contented election ca« rf Pdaey va. rarrett from the First Ind.un-’ district, the a min*ttee report* ed uctuimene! in favor rf Jar. Parrott, the sitting memiift*r. Mr. (’head 'rf Induiaa ma le an exhaustive speech ns f.* v of cating Mr. Pixvv. Mr Bergen dc. nd-**. tha report.rf toe otn-mitt e wh,eh wa I i :«*i Mr Rowell I lim.' im -ad-fti up the contested election *te*H rf Bowen va Buchanan, lr rn the Ninth district ai Virginia. The resolution continuing th** rig .t * t toe *ittm.' member wa* adopted, aiel toe h< use then. at 4:35 p na. adj*jurned. A BRILLIANT aFFAIL Dinner given bv t*€ nn a*!**- CAN© TO THE FREd»D€NT. A Dis! i aguish eg Ceaspaav Fraavwt — TH* Ria tug Rosa rf sh* AriNftsa Blastful.y f'ftfsrslrf — PrwHrat H« rite aa kwrfullj Arfiawwleggva tit* Bamar Md •Ive* Atsuraars rf ffviea«4ahia. W \fiHiN«iTON, April IT — TW dinner given in honor rf Pr**i lent Harrison at 'he Arling ton la*«t even ag by the latin-American ie legate# to the Pail- American *# ngn*#s #• ipneU in p> rat rf [lumbers ;-r**snt, hi the high pub lie character rf 'he gue#t#, ai brill loo* w and in Wautj rf xurruuoKtngs anv wad everv similar *n ter ta, a Tent »i se as rh# aa Hot ta* •ii ’a. fir n,.’ the pa-t wmter. TW diaoar we* * triumph OI tev'rar.oii.i* ai and A* rml art. Th** sr# dining most rf ta# Arlington where t>**• dinner wa- -erred a large. «qnarv room w rhont ni or or pent to eft et roc! the nfticTi, rase rub.*-*! a vwitervato rv iou mien tis ftiipriied w ta pion ta aud bl< aa* 'n# TW table, aa eicut-pointed atar uniqn -aod novel inform, was arranged to accommodate ISO •"overs. Th# **entr» of toe table wa# covered arith a .Treat tive-poinfed star ‘hat bor# sa tinmen— wealth rf dower*. TW point* we— rf jacqueminet roaea. the .-entre rf srtow rrwe#. while from tha centre at th# -tar Mooned sp a BUM'*palm with wi.!#-#preod:ng branch— The wail* rf (ha im lug Bali were deoeeated w'h en.-rraouft placque# af pa bn leas—, and n th# * a're of #»< ti wa-* a cioeter rf hybrid ro-es ie r**tnai!i*ier rf 'Ba da* ora turn# Wet# in keeping With thlft Jiftft utv The dinner vu teraptiag ami the wiwe# old and rare. Preaid#nt HarriMon ac*-upied the w*at rf' hftior. with Se* rsitarv Blame op-pftSiite. V . •* Pre**i«lent M rtroi bi rte right. ami Chief Ju-tice Fuller to the left rf Uke president, ■ft eiiker flea.] and Baron Farva. i. ira. .»?: rn,'. r*~r. tear Se* retarv (Lame. •rd **x-“**i if r Hi ndevxsm and Os*varni r Bulk! J rf riaiuai Urn! occupied the remain .iii -war* at the extremekiea rf the diverging extensi u#. Among others pre#ent were Ste*retane# Wmd in Prort*/r. N 'bia, Risk. Att* rnev • re tiara. M.. <*r. Unatmo#t#r General W’ana tim .et ti m ftt.ces rf the IU pf** a*e court the Bi'itcdi. C.*r ;:au. Fren«*h, Portumiete. Cor-**an. Ari:co A'istrian, Meigium. Danish an*l o her mmuibsra, f*eo. A»'h*>ti*-iii. the g»>e •rn a tx rf Ceime*ti*-uS and Delaware. tW may rs of B. -ton. New Haven and Ro*u-m«*re. Andrew Carnegie, Senators Du I ph. H;**< • k, A.’, cb. >nerman aiel Owkenll and teveroi repreteiitativaa. After limner tba vies pressdeot rf the conference pr noted the heo*th rf P reel den' Harrison. whi«*h vu drunk standing. Prern-ient Ham* ai a* knowie*lg**d the compliment .n a few well rh"#»n w >rd*. in w hich he ajoure*! the 'leieTx:**- that the fet-lmgs *>f the oe<>pie of the United States toward* 'he sister ftp*tee was six* lutelv and tewlflAly friendly, an t expreteMd the belief that rn# aesn. uitom rf til# representatives rf the several mnubiax had settled uiiiversai peace an*! w. .u'(*i smit in an interchange rf trade relari. n- *nr» would ta haneflriol ta ail. TW predden's rwauurlB war* raerfvad w ith pr* u.nge.1 aj*j(lau*e dastardly italians. The. VVi.ur * K nm in sad Hgbt With Her Reset****. New Y 'RX. Ai»ril IT. —Mary Null van. a young woman who live* in k#t Thirty-es_lith >tr **' was returning fro— a vi*it to friends n Guttenberg, a lieu -ae wa*seized bv •i gang I lto,i.*n lalftiren* at W eeaawkea md .I* a^/e*! int'* a -nantv Her x ream* r< ii. ut - me i« » k L'ib**rei> to the sp* t, who sirsf ufo the rant bt <#«; d not flrd 'he 5irl. The Ila I inns said -he bad left hut after i s. j*rch -ne was f und bound an*! gngT#*L lying sn a ii? u^-h. Tee ira an- t -en a*ta< ked the reteiierx with kur. e ai. I a bari fiyht ensued Two Doluvmen *• e a'trx* te«l bv the nouw aud /tint#! in the attack up*-n trie Italians. They * "re <•»« iTed ’** ti # * »rn (bota lief- r» the Itaheixft, who o'ltnumherefti the reaming part. «*.    ii*    -u away. I hie italian wa# * undtftl, * I, * i.- .-arri*ftl if by has friend# No orreate were made HW te if# ■•.*» * Hts Wuneg wad Eloped. * I"- 'V 'rr. April 17 —J. Vt' Middleton, a thrifty :i r, living ak Davis. Scott county Kv , wa- I arr **ii about 'nree week* ago tie Jo-,,* r ■•**. »;•*! IV* Ye*ierday Middleton ip‘ eared iii 'h# county • ierk’s ufflc# m Cov-iin pursuit rf his wit# who. he ("lamia, i--«! laet Saturday fp-*ra her a* .me with Mat th*--' VU-W beton, a nephew rf the farmer. Hi** pu.r took wan them about *7.(SH) which Mirhiletft n had secreted in the houae and win h he ntcnde*! to deposit in the hank toe next da v TW elopers ft* Min#! a hcenae rn * iv ;t«ai and were man *! by Judge Shin# )f the - uuty c urt. The old mas says he will keep on in hate rf the guilty pair. for tie can— more to re*nver hi* *7.'SS) than to regain hi# wife. Miner#' feoventiwa. C* Ll mb: •*.<>, April 17.—Tha miners’ convent., n met y*#*terdav .an*! the *pecial wale c*'mni.ttte reported tKit a ba»ij* fora scale for lr:J) ha.-* is—n agreed upon. Mr Bes -aid th# ( -ommittee sr rte* I ann rn rn*'Its Iv to recommend that the vale basis rf the past three veaix be a1' i ted a# tile scale bom* for th# rtwimc year for Ohio and bVunsvlvania. Th*? scale botas was adop’ed aiiamm«aisly. The question of the pr'<x frnr mining, which the miners desire to be placed at JO <"#nts ai*ove the acale bo.*:s. war ref rred to th# special ci'inmitt*#? wh:< a a^r*#**l >n th# scoia basis, and tie* original scale •viniutift## wa# invited to rn.et with this. committee Wnrstnl* Ar# Not H oolons. New Yore, April IT —The important tret case rf Badin, J.~ep!i8 A < « a-sinai th# col-ie*'tor of cuftt.-im to re* '*ver ad* :*#l excetai rf duty poi*! un*ler pfnleet ■ n *ertain invoioaa rf worsted cloths, was der-ided y*-ftterdav in the United r'tere^ circuit <*nxr* by a jury, under Judge Lacombe, in favor the im p* rters. Many similar su.t* will now doubk-le- - be puahed to an ue>ue. The point wa# that the worsteds were t ta seed by the tNd-ie* tor ar voImm. Tile jury finds that worsted* am not teoafcna_ Ov#*s«»a N'sie Co*iv*>nrlon. PoktlaED, Oro.. April 17 -Th# Republican aute convention met here yesterday and rea*em ated B. Hermann for raagiXK D. P Thornpana of Portland wa* nominated for governor. The piatf rm favor*, the Au# trolian ballot system, m.iorw#* th# McKinley tariff bill, Ie- iar<w in favor rf free and un-li.MU rd silver cnnage and appro* *«a Speaker Reed s *N)«irse. Kko*Art Out iu I ** Rounds New Orleaxk April IT —Tommy Danforth rf Cincinnati knocked out Charlie i4ummer> rf I alif m a n dve n*und* at ‘ha Audibon club N# Iud: etas# a Cs Fouaii. Kjx.rtrr n, N Y . April 17 — Sfavaroi wtk-neswe* ai j eared before the grant! jury which rn rn se - ti tier# this we#k for the pnrpoae rf pr ,*u: ,ag in nctment# aga.nst the Board rf lie;•*-. ' rt and clerks for alleged fraud a tba Fifth ward poll,ag city charter samoa last month. The jury has completed Ila lahore bat laded ta find aaJ ndiettDUh GEN KRAL FOREIGN NEWS JS2JEZTTT STOK.E RIOT NG EFFECTED IN AUhTR a ON The FIRST f* NI AY. 0PEklRGICFXTH?XBaSE-BALLXSE130l(, Sc.; Edip66« Sfif.;    _    AmfricAS Club* 23c,; Metropolitan, 21c.; Dollar    I    Sc.; Star, I Se; Jack of t'Iubn, 15c.; Boys IVaetict*. 14**., Boys lucajtue, lOc.; Hoyg’ pro-feogional. lHc.; Knterprisc* 2TJc.; Rc«6luU% 21c.; Skyrocket, lie; Little Rocket. 15c.: tMohawk, 17c.; Mutual. 14c.; Alliance, IO*.; ( hartcr Oak. DK*.; Roy# IVad, N',; Champioii, 7c.; Niagara, tic.; Junior, tk\; Heil Stocking, 5c., Boom, ,x*.; Bully Boy, 4c.; I XL 4c We have made preparations for a hi^ aah* of Ikisebails and plaver# gooiis, Bat-*. Ma.#k'*. ratthing Gloves, tic. Join the procession of the Downiag Sleeping Coach Carria^t* buyer4. Look at it, what a beauty. I he only reclining hack baby hungry made. .^priti^r j£Dod“, garden «ets, trowel^ rolling hoops, feather duster*, lunch baskets, bird cagen, kitchen g^tnls and tinware, glasKware, *tc., expres.# wagons, cart#, wheelbarrows, velocipedes, tricycles, chair seat.#, valines flannelette shirts, boys' and latiics’ flannelette blouse, very cheap, aprons and muslin underwear, embroideries* lace edging* flouncing-, ^tamped linens, towels, hosiery, cornets, gloves, mitt ', dr sa trimming, shopping bii^s. ladies and misses’ circulars fwaterproof), infant’s ai d children’s spring robes and cloaks. Special bargains in men a ami boys suspender*. Spring and summer underwear, handkerchiefs. *te. ELLIE STORE. SPECIAL A N NOU NCEM EN I STOW I* th** time for prumtng v<>»r tr**vi«, anil I soon it v ll Im* urn** fi r fixing v**ur ganteai*, i.»rk!* »n*l lawn**. Let it )>«• .]«.!»*• tjv in *‘Xpvr **0*'***1 xar<:«rn**r, ai.*) then rail fur V«n«i r nvuSen Br*’th«T’>», ditncr tail Ie an*! Neventl* -tr*##*. n h ii nun -Id v«‘vping row* f*»r luaeral p as ft»*) man n*'W -hrnl ft an*] ii * i ft. <Jr*ler rn ae of th**m whu-b ie will seli ft*) rhenp that you mu**t f»uy ** me of thvm. DisgWftC WUK *h# U*»»ernme»*' * Wuk H*s*ttlRg rf the Diaxu' bon Lacr*o*»isg. '    ? S* ft" C'tlT ill 0 > t    B.t -I I'. I    t T«»111    til** cheHJJCSt to the Very best Btemarvk** wiawaa m capHrf’s opawtag    grade: M2 styh-"4.    A uteri    n Letj    A-, ty.'c.; Association, 7i*c.; lK>Uar opeerh R#g»r*«#«f •# Kiguiflvawt — rn i he    R* pillar. u.»ir I':.    t*-sio1    ii D» I* I,    * * c.. Leu^\i* Junior, 45c First R*>(ftiiuo| Hts Lmi f*»|»ulsrtrj. 1>»NTW)N, April ti-The pr**teat outlook thn>ugh*»ut th# continent for s pea*-sable #6-ftervsn*-** rf Mac 'lay u* ruut-h in*un* fsv->rsbte. sJth*»ugh then* ut s likelih***! that the lay will he marks*! by <Jb**»r-ter in vin* I.N'Oiitlea In tver-mnv the attitude rf the working ■Late*— u»    f. .nnnlut ie thou elHewh#re. 'oh*'Ugh there will perhaps )* ftpo#m<>*il< attain pts to r*#»te ru-t» in '0# Larger towns The German workmgm#n sr# ant by snv :nean> unomtn*>ftlft in favor rf a general *1# deni*>n»tration on that dev, but on tbe ••*«-trory a large majority ai*e <>pfe**#l r# say (ftonoertet! movement. In Austria, however the situation u* different, sn*! it is aluuMt csr-CaiM that Uier# will ti# trouiu# there, the rsnpon'ibiiitv fur whu h must rest upon the government. The weak submiwiaa of the •ut hun I lee in th# re*ent riot# in Vienna, Peer I* sn*! other places hits sniUiidrnwl the workingmen to un'rease their ilSMSIwti and given them et>nti*leu*a* that they will tm <*«>ro-ptieit eith. Th# feeling of the tatter tame# uga*n*t the govsnunenL snstng from it# neglect to -unmum the miiitary sud promptly an*! effectively quell th# 'lwonieix. I# als*) in ereoeing with their appreh»-n»ioii 'hat the suthontie# sill again demonstrate tneir in-•"umpeteni'y at the expense rf th# law abiding •leinent. BlftMAlt'K# xii J# in* ant aiLEMV'B. Th# sheen*#• from the general eomnieinia- tiun of ("bancsllor Caprtvl’s q«*#-**li rathe ian«ltag Tueaiav of a "ingle cum pi mien ta rv allusion to th# s*l<ire## on th# part rf Prui>v Bismar k is regardal a# -tally higniff«-ant anil ha* #x*-ite*l wulenpr *a*l 'MHnroent. While it wa* n*d to )«e expected that 'he ex-chan*-el-lor w«>ui«l effusively .-umpnmeur ho* -u<-"#*teor upon th# 'M-t-oHum of his maiden -nee* b in his new .-sjtecitv, it wa** confitently believed that he w-rai*! st sea^t extend hi» >*ongratu-lations, ami his fsilur** to <lo so is accepted ss eviil ii*-e that the br**o*-h be'ween the kaiser iii.i hnnitelt ho-ft be***»ine fttilj fuidher and irreparably widened. Lieut W'o nill worth of th# Brnish armv, a •sin cf Rev J -a-pn AVordsvrorth, i i-h- p of Salisbury, and a grand nephew rf th# pr«t AA ord#worth, committed tuu-nie af Worcester yester* lav SIH MAKI.SK DILKS a CAKE. The I^baral committee .f North Kensington hoK *ftk-l Sir r*bsrtx Dilke to'-ontest that -eat a** the Lihersl can*!I*tate Although it ut known that Sir Char ie# ut anxious to return to puhu** life. it is doubtful that ae will consent to <nak** hu* ti nu effort to that end in a duMus wha-h gave its teat to th# Conservatives at rhe la#t    by    nearly l.'SX) majority He IN undeniable one of the ab lect men in England aud ha* well nigh 'Mitliv**d the fttigma whu:h w as put upon him a few year# ago by what nam men now believe to ha'e i*#eu a systematic coinbinatioD of faite ftweartug ii»ftj:ate*l by men guilty rf ff*-i)tes more heinous than th# one with whu h he wa)- charged. That u** will uiti mateiv r»-«mie h.ft ifteitn-u in parliament n*e body di'ubt-*. but it will protist)!}’ not !*e e the m»*nil*er tor North Keuftington. Ognu VV TRALKW cmoiNu The Herman tra*ieft ui.ioim ar# d^-* utsing th# «{OMtu>ri of forming a joint centnI c*no-out te# which -hail pueeev. tu«* -ole power rf offtlermg fttriKee. <letorm*ning whether *ucb nu)vemeut# are jufttuianis or feasible, na-ducting negotinti*-tu* letween em pl*-ye# anti euipioy-r. ;*n*l in fa*-t swum# the entiredire*> tum *>f lal)or movements Upon thu* com-mitt* e -very tr.ule will ie reprvfteute*! anti it# der-nuon* are by 'ermft of it*, creation to be final flier# apj>earN to he a gvu« ra! en-'lment iii favor of the formation rf ftU«-h a biftty an*! 'he dwruwMon of the matter is c*a»-rine*l to detail raf ter titan to the principle. The Knipje have con*‘iudeil arrangement# for 'he pur-naee of the entire village of Ai ssndnrf. whu h thev puriavte converting int*' a vaftt workaAtofx The workmen in the rifle -hope of the gov ernment at Spamiau have g**n# out un -trike to enforce the reimdateinent rf one of their uiimlter who w v- di-iniMMl. they claim, unjustifiably. Pen* Im if tile ism ie of me "trike. work is st a -tai*< Isl ill f'sing lh# Public Pre##. BEHLIN. Anni 17. —In the huultag vester-iay < haru-eUor Caprivi declared that when the re*"ent Hiangns were made in the ministry the government aal seriously <-onfti*ter*»d the matter of its ase of the pre**. l"uio# that ame rn* a w.>rd from the chancellery bai ap* eared rn the new-japers. Ri'gajMlmg the foreign press, he said, rhe government wool*! reserve to ittelf the facultv rf retsimng newspaper- to influence jmbiir opinion s' n»*t. bul limitations would be dteerved. » I «)I*D AU I' A ■ •1 , Pan-ut Atte roars, Ala 7th ftt , Washington, I* C.,"i»p I - ls.x . ut * »f-lice I'aieci#, (.sveatc an*l He Ii***lies "ecure*!. rrs*!e Mark.-rvgj«t*-r*Ml Al! I'ak-nt basinet** '4»B*tiHMed for abftlerate Fee". InformaU* n Y*1 vne and «pet* tai re lr re live# -eat oil ivjiir-t. j 'fin tft    A v<ONr»*    m-:* ■    *■*    • w ikmt; I if u.. Perwotia j*re- 'erred who can tiMmsh a horse an*! giv*e their wlb.lr me to the hu»inr**. Spare oi"men * may be pi ant ibly employed ai-o. A lr* v.wancie- m *nd cities. B. F. JOHNSON A CO„ **a»j >L. Rh ■ Stood, Va. Main VGK NT- M ASTl.li r*> ll Ak) A HOI' ft R to b**u»e *•»□'s<*<* for cur -ately Ketile Kettle aud -teamer ••*»ml,'ii»e*l. The fa-te-t -ell ag ho lute hold article on the mar et, Vd«lr**-f* fc. C. “KIN NLR SO Hr**a*lw»y. A.many, \ A. -Tw. >uit*tniii lot * I* Leopard-tree! near h iirth -nee! st 75 K. K'liirth ftLi-e*-t. Mix''*', on Inquire I ‘OR SALE —A tra-1 of tan*! in Marto. I* tv, Kiorota, in the phoftphate hen. Large r ft ma! I 'i na nu u« <« to suit pun hafter* ibis -eel on ti* growing more raunity man any otJi •r part of the rtat#, aii.Jsau i boid* an- bong oui It.- nd r ilrowdi* pi ojerieo. A *f***)*l moo*} miking in vest me ii I. Charles Maim, tm Park, Rochester. N. A Yr. Olsrifttone on lo rr rust tonal Copyright London, April 17 -Mr <>in.L**t*.ne, writing in regard to the e*tai .^-bment of an interns tionsi copyright law with America -ays; “When the barbarism of protection -ess## to )ppr#i#» that coan'ry we may hope they will present a plan which will takes form worthy of sn great a nation. ”* Oro. ft*l«-#4n *teotene#d. Madrid. April 17—Gen. Ralcado, who wa*. arr outed a few .iayx ag*) fur writing a letter advxmg nwifttanc# to the authority rf the government, has been "enfenced to two months’ imprisonment in a fort TURF EVENTS. Buffalo, S. V. VVt* have freijiieiit re<|iieata by mail for Ham plea of uew embroideries Such ret pleats Vex* month    we gvt til# finest    and    mrc t n»*te«> I W**    plifflSt'd to TetN'ive, blit hunUre*t#    vane.!#"    from    lloHand.    Nicely ^ ^ t<| ^ for    jt r t i i • I! U f* ^ in regard to the cample* wanted. State whether edgings, insertion* or    flouncing*, al.rf) av hat width    and some idea of the price. We have a stock of embroider^* that i«*    second to none in the country and superior to any in Buffalo. Tilt* money value we offer is rf simply un paraded. [ here are edgings from [ of an inch to 18 inches wide iii cambric, jaconet, nainsook ami Swiss muslin. Matched set* in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing# in the different , widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 7)«\ Inc, 12.ic, 15c and I 25c |>er yard. ADAN, VB LD KUN t VNDSKIUN. New good* for this season are coming in daily. The O    J muslin underwear steak is complete, also tile linen stock, the cotton stock and the white g<x)d?y Mt<K*k. By “complete” we mean they have all the new' ¥ styles in this season’s new I goods—all the variety that tin* lust purchasing facilities in the country <*an bring to I getiler. I he Winter stocks are of-ft ring great bargains. Ther^ never was a time when you could trad** here more ad van- ROOMS IO RENT mn, In (he M'-n h.mD* b.**ix BuiMtog * &lsqttix«fr>< it    N) Jjirub V irtfivr >»r K“Si GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St.. Ha?* jurf receive*! a full Un41 of n \ L His •Tsroais ua iiiueBR Equal to any in the city, am at prices that will pay you to *ee him bef oi e purchasing. tageously. ST PPFIVFH Ad rn, Mtjldrum &. Anderson ll JLI U Ll 11 LIU    TYRV nnnncj OUR SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Csfsrd Tie; ad Hitter DRY GOODS. Carpets and Draperies, Hookn|oii*l fttstlns# y. A MERK AN BLIX k, 3M-40 i MA MS S TU / K i\ BUE FALO N V. Elinbftth K*wvx Elizabeth. N. J.. April 17—A large rmwd atton-i#*! the ra< rn yx-tenlav Track sod w*»ath**i tine. Firot race, purse. $4 mile: Bnlliaiiteen colt flint. Minuet second. .“*{>en<iai! third. time. 1:1734. Sscasd race. frn# handicap, I mile: Ten Booker first. Enc ascon*!, Soiisnto third; time. I 44. Third roc#. Seiling, mile: Van*iergrift first. Harrumn *ec*>n*i. Romp third: urns. 1:17. F*)urth roc#, th** greet Long Island stske*. telling. I 1-M5 miles: HR Paris r,r*t. Mallei Glenn sec* rad. St. J a in*— thipl tim*, Fifth roce. purse, mile: fsnner first, Bro*if"rd "e*->nd. B#*k thinl; tirue. I:16-y>. Sixth race ^ mi ie; Terrifier first. Perfi-Whi'V tecund. Lord Harrv third: time. Al •%. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, A«t4 HAIN ST., KI'FI’ALU, V Y. L>&Al Kit IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, ( J## k>*, !5ilv**rwsr#, Le»th#r G«x#ift, etc. Rav#* at 'I" in phi# Memphis. April IT.—YesterdayN races ro-"uited ai* follows: Firftt re*-#. ^ mile Re**# Howsnl first. Ben March swsjimI. Grsndps third tune. 18 Seccu*I race. \ mile:    Hucktey    fink.    Bli.-s second, ii. W. third time. 1:^34 Third rare, l-s* mile# Blarney St*«e. Jr., flrst. Fayette second. Huutraw third, time, *04 * F'xirth rte?#, I 1-lfl aulas. Pell Mell first, Bonnie Amu# second. Fred Fink third: urns. 1:37. Fifth rocs. I 1-14 mite. burdie Winsl* first. Catalina second. Elphin third, ti ma, rxi*. WE HAVE THEM IN PAT ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA. WITH FAN* Y COLORED OOZE TRIM MINGS. WE AL**) HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEATHER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. F R STREET WEAR. • SULLIVAN & SGN SS a RA VI SO. a*, LD if SILVUS PLA TISH. A CORPLRTR LINE OW HOUDA I GOODS im U\l> HT KF* KT. f1»i r te lr»V|iim« Hofei S^CX) REWARD! W E will psv the Above rewsrd for say *-«•« , >1 I *ver4 *>mpis.nt, Dyft|n>»ju. si* k Herotech#, ir Coeh vases# aa 213 Centre Street. ; Indi.estloa, I oofttipstioii ca- ui *-ure with W*¥st'-V#ir#ta! i# Liver Pills, at- u the dtrec.uo* * sr*- strictly coni (died Aith. Th#- sr# yarely Vexerabi#, ;m*i never f*o w» give "ttt'ftfciction hngor Looted, f.arge ix*xec. OOO Ui a'OX » Pill#, JU rmntM. Bewsr# of -xwin-tcrfeitft, Arni imitation#. Th*^geuaioe fsearod univ bv JOHN C. wk3t IOU by VfoNKOK # Pm AKN ICT D kirk. s T. jo to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;