Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 21, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer April 21, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK, N. Y , MOWDAY. A PRI L 21. im. NO. r*7 6 HEP RESENTATI VE USINESS HOUSES I r«pum SECRETARY WISDOM TO CRITIC HUMS OM HI# ••LVL* POLICY. OF DUNKIRK NEW HULING MACHINE for ruling all kin !* of blank* ta the latest audition to Mechanic*! Department of Dankirk|PrintinffUompany. A LF.XANIIEK’S Coal and Wood Yard.TW A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate >a’Ot. All grade* of Hard and Soft Coal, <11. Lumber, Hill nu lea and lath. free triiv . Corroapon'lenc* for wholesale Iou solicited. ll K. GI EFO HD, MI and Iii Central Ave It. Arnatto Photographer. Instantaneous Photograph* of Rabies a specialty. bitter# need not wait for sunshine except for babies. BOOK IIIM»F.KY--Jame4 Irving, Proprietor, No. lo K. Heoond street, near Buffalo street, Dunkirk, hi. T. Magazines, Music, Paulphleu, etc., bound in a1) style*. Order# promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. B I'KtHtK’H CIU K K FHY ROURK. Mai Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail <lealer in I*ported and domestic China, Glassware, A*. IHAli i At (JI A MOTEL, Batea, ll per day. Uvery amt Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Hider, M, and IST Lion street. I 'IIT! II A It III. K SHOP Chaa. Nagle, Prop., ( uder Lake Shore National Bank, comer Center and Third streets. A floe stock of Foreign aud Domestic Cigars. | ION KLIN A SON, Vj'    Si-    center    street. Practical horse-.hoer a. Particular attention paid to interfering inns -s. Shoeing a# x trotting hone s a specialty. of road D UNK IKK EVENING OHSF.KVFK. largest Daily in the County. An unequal lei advertising medium. DUN Kl UK ENGINEER! NO COMPANY. lonwipy se! lew A Popple. Manufacturers of Unglue*, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, et*. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, ami Machine Work to order. « vUNKIRK SHIRT CO.. PUC, AA au l *u7 JLv Center street. Manufacturers of the ^Cromwell” anti Dunkirk” perfect - dtting Dress blurts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. I I r. TOO MKY, I J .    434    and 438 Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, alt. Baled Ila), phates, etc. Established, 1(177. Pbos- #. KIE HOTEL and Dining Jls Depot. Las) arces* to all trains and hus-jitH houses. Best accommodations for Corn-wercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. AHLERS A Oh, V7 aud K. ti    UT    aud    Mi K. Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and U a Ola ten u g. Picture Frames made to order. P- I ^ I). MA TTP. KON A CO., Sol Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Oath Hero ARELL STEAM HEATING CO., Ii Manufacturers cf Htoam Heating Apparatus Samtarr Plumbing a Specialty. $ OME STEAM LAUNDRY. lur specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    10c; Collars. ie; Cuffs, ic, and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A VV. Cumuling#, HUT Center street K. OEHM. L Third st., oor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes Henry wkh.ek s new stork, iou e. Thinl st. Books, stationery, Musical In-«tru meat*, Mag ar i aes, I tail) aud VV eekly Paper# and everyihirg pertaining to a first class book •tore. Schoo. Books a specialty. JOH PRINTING of every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IO K. second SC JH. YAN MUREN A HON, Fire Lift}, Accident and General insurant Dealers in Beal Estate and Loans. Particular attention paid to the ctre of property collecting rents Ac. 219 Center st., 2nd floor. M ONKOK’H PHARMACY. 300 Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Palter Paint , Oils, Ac. P“ erkinh, j. tr„ ■JOU center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Hat ness Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Trunks,VV hip#. Buffalo Hobe#, Horse Covers Gloves Mittens ami Sleigh Boites. I) SCHOLTEN, Y.    17    East Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will And it kl their advantage Ut Calion me It*fore purchasing elsewhere. I) B. CAKY A CO., .    SSS    Lion    street. Genera) Hart!ware,While la-nd,Oils,Painter’* Supplies, oil Cloths, Gnu.tis Ware. A specialty^*! Sberwit. Williams Pa. ut aud Monroe range. R ULI NG, such as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds of blanks doue at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second bt Rudolph holden ii a u eh, Cor. Third amt Buffalo sis.. Dealer in Granite, Marble t - aging and ag e Hie-1 your sole-walk ISLEY R co.. and V East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. U- OKERT M'k\Y, Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed anti Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms-__ SAM J. GIFFORD, AOI Central Ave. (Up stair* . General Insurance and Real Estate Asenu Fire, Life, Accident, and Live buick Insurance- Prompt attention giv sn to buying and selling Beal Estate. rev C. JONES, 'I    78 E. Third st., cor. Deer. Excelsior Meal Market. Fresh, Salt and gmoked Meat#. Laid. Sausages. Oysters and fbetey. The Oh| ss ta A Ina sd at In His Yreaswry Dspartassnt's Bill —Evils TUa« Woald KssaM fr«n the Purchase af Silver Kab Men ne lfeelred by the Ex I re nits ta The Week la Congress. W asm!*ii ton, April 21. — Heeretary Wisdom has addressed a letter to# W cete rn correspondent in answer to comments and inquire* about the present tutus of the silver question The secretary, diwunttng the pending measures bef ors eon grass and the silver question generally, says: “The bill recommended by the treasury was framed mainly for two purposes:    Find. to meet the demand for an tncreaaa <4 circulation, aud. second, ie enhance the value of silver by providing for R an additional and safe us* aa money If approved by congress, it will, in my judgment, accomplish both of tkees objections, and at tbs aam* time afford a fair and just basis for harmony of action un the si Ivor question To the silver interests it offers every substantial benefit that can be granted w ithout peril to our financial ayu tem, ami far greater advantages than can be found in fie* coinage. To those who demand more money, It offers aa annual I rn'reave of from *50,000,OOT) ie $00,000,OOO To th-ie* who insist upon a sound currency it gives the amplest guarantee# against d*q;radaUon <*f tbs Amencaa del ar. But ie those whe would inflate th* currency by injecting into it a large volume of money without adequate safeguards against depreciation, k offer# no comfort whatever And right her# is found Ut* secret of much of the opposition to some of its redemption features “In reply to your friendly criticisms, lot me invite your attention to th* extraordinary oouceaMious which ae* offered to the diver sentiment of the oountry First, it is proposed to absorb all the silver produced by the mines and reduction works of the United States, thereby withdrawing from the market nearly one-half of th* entire silver product of th* world, and thus greatly enhancing the value of the whole. Second, net content with this concession, which is surely without a parallel as to any other product, the sensu* committee insists that tbs govsrnment shall be compelled to purchase $4,.500,Olio worth of I silver in each month, making $54,000,000 a year, which, with th* amount nee-ted for th# art* and for our trad* with China, will ex- ) oeed our own production by about $10,000,000 per annum How is this excess to bs obtained f Only by purchase# from abroad In th* event of an unfavorable balance of trade when oar gold will he most needed at home. we shall be compelled to export $10,000,00# of gold, which we will then sorely need to pay for $10,000,000 of stiver which wa will not need at all. This compulsorv pun bass of so greet sn amount will maks the treasury : the largest operator in the meet gigantic ‘comer’ ever organised 1111111, the bill reported by th* bouse committee provide* that tile notes issued for silver bullion site ll I* redeemed in standard silver dollars if demanded by the holder. This will givs to owners of silver bullion the power to eon vert every ounce produced la this country into standard dollars at their own will and pleasure True, there is not the slightest danger that this power will be exercised, because no sans man will prefer to convert treasury note#, which the government is bound to redeem in gold, or it# equivalent, into standard silver dollars, aa Ism he may want a limited Sumter of them for eome specific purposes Under this bill th* government will not force silver dollars into circulation, but it will permit any one to have coined as many of them as he can pay for with treasury notes What more tan the advocates of silver coinage demandt Burely nothing unless they desire to compel the treasurv to force standard silver dollars into our circulation for the sole purpose of depreciating and degrading it. Is it not enough that w# take nearly one half of the worlds silver product and lock it up in order to increase the value of the other half For all these unparalleled con ceylon* to the silver interest#, w hat ie demanded in return I Oui? the privilege of protecting the honor and credit of the nation by a grant of power to redeem its notes in either gold or in its equivalent of silver bullion AU of these bills on this subject contemplate a policy to extend over an indefinite period, aud which will result in tbs issue of a very large volume of treasury notea lf they he made redeemable in lawful mutiey, they must tie paid in the best lawful money if descended. la accordance with the high rule of honor which this government ha# thus far maintained, and by which it has established a credit the pride and boast of our people IX the balance of trade shall turn against us: or if distrust shall arias as to our ability to pay in g*ld when demanded, the government will be compelled to discriminate against silver dollars, when gold will at once command a premium, and this nation wiU step down from it# present proud position, and take its place on the financial basis of China, India an*I Mouth America It is to save ai from Urn danger tbet I have insisted so strenuously for the provision to redeem in gold or it* equivalent of silver bullion I know of lait two ways by which the proposed issue of treasury notes can be anchored to tbs recognized value# of the commercial world One is the bullion redemption feature provided in th# treasury bill, and th# other is authority to sell bonds in order to provide a reserve fund to meet the constantly increasing volume of proposed treasury note*. Tile latter I believe to be both unnecessary and unjustifiable The former I believe to be entirely practicable and safe. \ Even with this safeguard against destruction to the fair fabric of our national credit, the extraordinary oon»>essi*»n# above mentioned approach as near to the ‘dangerous edge of peril, as prudence will dare to tread Rather than go on# step further in that direction, I firmly believe that it would be far better to have no legislation on the subject " nu • *»v f ter efVrt th.* w I tn<l if it ye** us it is ukel* iv th# subj *>t far Friday*# debate fc.u. lay th* Besuit* tokes up the oalendsr. Toe business of th# I# >i*#e staring th* w*rk may ii* greatly influenced by the caucus of Republica* representative# en tbs silver question. Should a satisfactory til vt# bill be agree*I upon in the caucus, it will be brought up for discussion and pushed to e eoocluaion before the end of the week This ie the disj*«ition at present Other matters of general interest will also be brought forward in the house. Mon lay will be suspension day, but it has been agreed to iet the regular order go by the board and to take up the conference report on th# Oklahoma territorial bill. This is a privilege matter and take# precedent over all oSher bu sin es# The judicial committee is anxious to bring up th* National bankruptcy bitt during the week, and will probably mieened IU doing se after th* appropriation# com mitt** gets the legislative, executive and judicial appropnatioa bill oat of ti#* way. There is also a chance that the judiciary com mitt#* may call up the copyright bill. No agreement has Ii**a reached between the leaders of the two sui** of th* b ii** eon cerning th* tariff discussion: kit Mr Me Ridley wants to have it begun during th* first week in May, and his plan will probably be - erne* I out HUSH NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN officer* want to mold a convention. ARMY OEbLRV-OvJ. PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK. on th* Hoards. VV W y ATC'HES. JEWELRY, At'- Buv the Aurora Railroad W stein Be nam ug a specialty. TruJt i sup!, rf* THI*! .t IL MOCKER. Merchant Tailor, lie Central Avenue I* KOF ENSIGN AL T. ROLPH, M. D., Physician and burgeon R. Office over LyGn’s Drug store. nescience,Central Avenue-Telephone No. 8. Call# suit be left at Lvon’a. The Word's Fair First Other Business. Washington, April 21—On Monday the world s fair bill conies up in the senate as the I •pedal order, ami Mr. Hawley, who ha# the bill in charge, will insist upon its consideration. Tiler** is likely to be toms debate in it* various provisions, as Messrs. Blackburn and Vest ex)«vt to speak If th* world's fair bill is finished to-day the District of Columbia a|»propriatioe» bill, which Mr. Plumb ha# given not toe he will call up, will be next in order This, however, can be disposed of in o.ie day. The la id forfeiture bill is on the piogram, but may be laid aside to take up the administrative customs bill, upon which there will be considerable dis- I ru sal on, altuough the bill has already passed the senate very nearly in its pre-, nt form. Some of the Democratic stators are in poai-Uon to make this bul a peg upon which to hang political speeches There ta ne particular hurry about the land forfeiture UU, but from the effort* made by Mr Plumb to have it take precedence last Friday, thai • is a chance that he will They Have B**« l*#rr#a*-<1 by Frees s*r’i Fettey. WARMINGTON, April 21.—The reports ie ecivf-d at Ute war department for the urns months beginning with th* fiscal year, July I,    aud    ending    March    SI,    19U0, show that titer* have bee# I.STS Awner lion*! from th* regular army during Bhat pere id. For th* corresponding mouth# cf me previous year, there were 1,893 desertions- a reduction this year of over lh per ceot. Th# desert!nsi for March were but ISI, «etn|>ar#d wish 3H5 during March, 1**9 The pet rentage of de wert ions So th* enlisted sttegth cf th* army has been, for this period, C 1-10 per cent., and for the same period lass year A was 7 A IO per cank Secretary Proctor has Se has active per sowa) interest ic th## subject, aud ha# labored diligently t# remedy the matter, wish sun was a# th* figures show In his annual report be showed that it was only partly a question of administration; hut there was alco legida tion needed The house ha# already parsed Im Ila mi th* hoe of rh* secretary'# suggestions; and it is believed that if r!»s anni* pewee# the •snake and le ar## law#, they will enable him to accomplish much ntors rn this direction. Not only is the prevalence in th# reg ii'ar array demoralizing to th# array itself, but the expense to rh# government in recruiting, and for tho transportation af new men, is considers hie. Fan-Awierleaii# la Virginia. Norfolk. Va , April 21.—The delegate# t* tbs Pan-Amerixn congress arrived at Old Point Comfort yesterday cm their special tram. After breakfasting at th* Hygeia hotel they paid a visit to the fort and W itt netted a drill by th* army troop# At ll o’clock thev embarked on th* l>e#patch lot Norfolk w here they were met be a commit tee from the Chamber ef Commem# aud driven through th* principal «treete Owing to their arrival on Nunda# no puhhe display wa* made, and at I o’clock th vt left for Vir gillie Beach on a special train Luncheon wa# served en th* ocean * shore at th* Prince## Anne betel and at 4 o’clock the visitors returned to Norfolk sad paid a van to Hie navy yard boa*# tim* was spent abroad th# new cruiser Baltimore by th* delegate# who beearn# very ssUhuinastie own her. The battleship Texas and cruiser No. 8 now in course wf construction, were vented The party returned to Old Point last night where they were entertained by a sup;tar and sacred concert be the Fly gem betel. Th# pat ty goes t* Richmond to day Dr. O’Bellly Addr*#**# a Letter to John Dillon. Ashing Mi## to Accur# Mr. Ferns it* a Consent — Th# Order Retd Ie be ie a Mori bood rendition ft# this Country. Anxious for Ireland'# Welfare. London, April ti.—Great interest centres rn Mr Parnell's amendment to the Balfour land purchase bill, which the Irish leader Is expected to offer whoa delate os the bill is ream mad to-day. Mr. Gladstone rn expected to make su important speech m support of the amendment, and a# it will he his first appearance sine* th* re*-es*, and there is sure to be a large atte* lane* and an appreciative audience. The (towability that Mr. Parnell will also speak a his to Hie inter**! lie rn heard #o rarely aud there i# so much mystery and singula* ity a bu ut him, that his -et •Creches are regarded a# marked event*. As for Mr. Gladstone, he now attract* not aion* by his great fame a- a statesman and orator, but also by the fact,which everyone realizes, that the privilege ef hearing h.m must soon, in the coil re# of nature, be a thing of th# inst INJURIES TO TNB CTTT OF FARIS ff I Dunned, the expert of E' glowering, the leading jouma' of that profession in the world, ha# lawn to Birkenhead a tai mads a th sr ough in vent ig# flow of the condition of the City of Part*, sod taken photograph* of th# two wrecked engine rooms Tiles# pbo trigraphs, with an artic}# by Du Duel I on the diaster, ar# published in tin# wees'* Kngi-rieei tug The photograph* resemble nothing so nj urb a* picture# of a heap of old iron rn a junk yard Describing hit visit, Dunnell say# “Going out to the end of what remains of the tottering upper platform we had before us a great chasm, and at th* bottom of th# cha*.ii an enormous heap of wrap iron. Nothing so complete in th# war of a breakdown ha* ever before !*e*n seen The explosion of a great shell might work such havoc in an iron Had It is difficult, in. the face of such total destruction, to ferm any theory a* to what gave way first. We are puzzled to imagine how it ha* been |totedble that material so excellent should have linen se completely destroyed. There is Mot a broken ber or boll that doe# not show that it has only given way as a result of the utmost violence “We begin to a«k ourselves if a charge of dynamite had been nut in the cylinder and exploded, would it Im vs wrought more havoc!** < 'oncoming the causa of the accident, Dunned says; “It » now plain that the br us# Lining of th** propeller Giaft split and gradually groan I d .wu and with the filing# from the bra#* wore out the lignum vitae brush, thus ie Mi nj the shaft down ob loth* bracket, and wore it *© much that when weight came on it it was unable to sustain the strain." He sums ap “It is impossible to see what has taken place in the starboard engine room of th* City of Part* and not conclude that *he ie an enormously strong and safe ship Nothing » bad ever occurred ta an engine room before. k is ias;>o##ible indeed to imagine that anything wore can ever take plane. Yet the skins ef the ship w#re unin Mired. Not a single rivet has been started in the hull. Not a life wa# lost No o*»# was hurt save one engineer slightly scalded The shiv ha# bora# a test af absolutely unexampled «iev-sritv. aad she has rome through the trial to perfection." PRESIDENT CARROT’S TOCR President Carnot i# now on hi* way to Corsica. after a journey from Pari# to Toulon. winch ha# been a veritable triumphal progress At Arle# the president mad** the acquaintance of prolmbly the youngest hero in the world, a boy only .5 years oh!, w ho wore a medal for saving a little playmate from drowning in the canal. His mother had saved so many persons from drowning that her breast was covered with medals And Th# Eight-Naur Moveaaewt. London, April ti —The eighteen district meet# aga con veiled ta London yesterday by the Federation of Labor union, te cons:d**t the eight-hour movement, approved the non Den of toe unto* to hold a laon-ter aieetinz I 1 arnot‘ aft#r kl*ln* tJl'* brav# htt)e aon rn Hvde park os Mar I The largest i»et ahl# to !**-' th# "***" neatest of oompli- 1 men ta at tout hereditary heroism His tour in general, ami this little incident ie part ic-ulrr. are calculated to serve the republic and to give Boti tang ism one more kick A WEDDING SPOILER The czar of Kuwia is attempting to spoil ob* of the prettiest royal romance*, ef the age; be ha* just broken off tile engagement between Him cousin. Grand Duke Michael Mi< ha low itch. and the beautiful Counters Ignaticff. daughter of the Kumuab ambsMi-dor to Turkey, Tile engagement between propose to all toke our May day holiday ■ thou# young people (the duke is only ‘J* years however, whether the employers ilks it oi o* •£« sud the cour ter five years younger) not."    wa# the result of love at first ngbt. Count Ignatieff, however, in not persona gratv with < h anc tog the Iteveaa* Serviee.    the czar, nod hence the objection to ally Washington. April 21.—Th# senate lari himself so closely with the diplomatist's week eyw-iit considerable time discussing th« family. Many oomfironiisa# were suggested, house bill to transfer the revenue cutter aer but none proved acceptable to the czar until vins from the treasury department to tin the Grand Duke Michael offered to renounce lag yesterday wa# in Hvds park. and wai addr*N*ed by several of th* moat prominent leader* of t h* short-day rum ament. Th# chief afieaker wa* John Williams Among other thiar* he said:    “Th#    workingmea    now have feur holidays every year forced apoe them whether they want to observe tho## <iays or not. These In lidar* ars primarily fur the lieneflt of other clossc# than th# wet k j ingmcn, and hts c#nvenienos th not consul’ sc ta the matter st aM The one day that lahot has asked for- Mar I—is now denied W« navy department The hill offers sa ad ii ] Denial compensation ef $182,000 a year to flu officers of to# revenue marine, who now re eel vc lea* en rn pense tion than they wiki lr w-Mre tl*ev in the nary. Some of them woulc j be promoted and many retired. At presem there are thirty-six v##ael* m she service although actus of them are extremely «ru.!l tittle more all his title# and privileges and live abroad with hut wife. To this the oner consented, but Count Ignatn-ff objected, a# he considers himself destined to play such an important part in Russian politics that he will he able to arrange the marriage on his own terms in toe course of time. Consequently the grand duke has been sent to travel and the young than ordinary rowboats Ibn j countess has been appointed a maid of honor ar* tw«* ty-two captain* in the servie* w«tc to the czarina ar* over 62 years eld, and who would b« under the pending bill retired An Insane Ton ag Man's Death. Jamestown, N Y., April 21.— The body OI William Soliday of Glade Run, Pa.. wai found by th# road-id# in Prendergast wools four mile# from Mm* city. Sat unlay night The body wa# Rude, with th# exception ©f * shirt, and th# flesh on the armit and legs wa* terribly lacerated from running through th* woods It wa* at find thought that murdei i had lieen committed, but fr<#u the fact tba’j Sohday wa* once an inmate of the Warren Pa. insane say him, and disappeared fr<*i home last Friday morning, it is bow thought he died from the exposure. His clothing wat found scattered along the road near when th# body wa# discovered The Hridg# flreke Down. Brei NOFI KLD. 0., April 21.-Au tinmen* crowd were watching the negro baptism by immersion hi Iai Cond* creek, when suddenly a span of the foot pa-sage of the bridge gavi away, precipitating about fifty person#, sh were standing ow the bridge to the water1* level. Twelve or more peopi# were seriously lnjumi. Mrs. Iaiwis Meyers and her young HK LOVER THE EMPRESS On Tuesday evening Empress Frederick and her two daughters arrived at Frankfort bv an ordinary express train from Bebra. So ab* did Karl Bonn. a rich merchant of Berlin. Buna jumped from the traia before It had stopped, rushed a* Bear to the royal carriage a# lie could get. took off his hat. placed his right ham I over his heart, and smiled and leered amorously. Princess Margaret first noticed the apparation, and gave a startled little scream. The Empress frowned, and. turning to act officer, said a few words The ofth'er thereupon grabl«ed p -or Bonn and hustled him into a waiting room. There he we* kept until the arrival of the next train for Berlin, whither he was sent Ruder police escort. Bonn m a victim of hopeless ami unrequited love. When the reptile newsjiapars during Emperor Frederick'* last illness were daily reviling the Empress, Benn conceived it to bs his duty to champion ber cause. Chivalrous pity gave place to love. He became passionately attached not only to the Empress, but to her three daughters as well, aud has si no# written to them daily to toil them so. Wherever they hapjien to be Bonn, th# faithful one, is alw ays on hand. He has been kicked and cuffed, imprisoned and fined. --on. it is thought, will dis. Horace Heifer son ef ex-8]>#aker J. Warren Heifer, bad bu but he i* not discouraged, for he doe* not ami broken. Fortunately drift at th# foot. doubt that his constancy wiH orc day have • if the abutment below prevented the borrel it# reward. His only trouble i# that h# can-<»f death* by drowning    not marry both the Empress and her daugh ters. but now that Bismarck is out of the way he hope# to get a bill passed through the The 4 argenter#' Ultimatum. Indianapolis, April 21.—The Carpenters union has extended th* time given to consider their demands until Mo alar evening, the understanding being that if they do not accede all tbs car|icntor* in the city will be called out. It is also intimated that if that should not bring the contractor* to terms a shrike of all the building trade# will bs ordered Reichstag authorizing polygamy. Everybody except Bonn say* Bonn is a lunatic, kart Bonu maintains he is a# sane a* tit* average lover. DI KO OF STARVATION. Nome of th* I-omion newspafiers have bee* inconsiderate enough to harrow the feelings of polite society by publishing the tale of rn East End tragedy wberebv a dock laborer [ du-d of starvation Mark Vade was (tie VV I tim s iishm, aa I his BMM^hbom report hint to bw a teni|<erate. steady imaa wha made every rffort to obtain sufli lent wark to support kis j family. coRMsiug of a wife aad five small children. He bad a biti# money due him aa Thursday, and <iropf»ed dead at the pay ma*- : tor si feet a# he received it Th* doctor who i made the post mortooi said death was due to j starvation, and th* aian's *t«*na< h wa# en ttrely empty. The eldeet boy told til* coroner that their father bad eaten nothing since the previous Saturday, though th* chil dren had had a little stew tens sin.-# thou Their father ar* nothing in order that there should lie more for bis little one# Th# West End was quite shocked when th# Pall Mall Gazette published this story, and more tha’i one good citizen stopped the paper in order that hi# wife and childre* might not lie atmo} cg bv the perusal af #urh vulgar atrocities 1*4-AY'S THAT AR; FA I Ll RKH. Mr*. Burnett's play, “Nixie." with little laick Welding rn lh* leading part# ha# been “Hated Thu. play, and Mrs. Reranger’s version of “The Prince aud the Panier," with Vera tiara ager in the ciiief role, ha# brought ail-»ut an outcry against the aursery drama The Time# sa vs that “Nixie" ► th* worst conceivable specimen of a play #\#r written few the exploitation of a child act re*#, and calls I. “a farrago of perniepju# sentimentality." The other n#w»;»a|ier# not much kinder. “Th# Prince and the Pau|<er" has received a trifle better treatment and the little girl# in each phiv are lavishly praised in spite ef the fact that th* critic# unanimously eon denoted the plays. A PARTI NO MOIETY JOKE bandon editor* are obviously not up in can-C*ni|iorary literature The following (era graph speared in several neavpsjiem here: “A bottle containing a caid, on which wa# f written th# word#; ‘Steamer Erie, Capt Mi-Oisty, at th# te»tto«n of th* sea.’ wa* 1 fucked up at (’adgwith, near the Lizard. It w«» a btimum** card, on th# revers# side af which was printed I). J Woelke. banker arni broker, New York. There is reason to believe that th)* rn a genuine message from th* ill fated National liner Erin, from New York, aud aeeta# to show that th* steamer was Ue»t not far from England " CONFLICTING LABOR MO VK MS NTH There ar# five separate labor organization* in Lindon now engaged in engineering sight-hour movement# for May I. Each will have it# own celebret ten of the ezeut. and all are hostile to one another, or at lej*#t there is no mutual agreement among them. Their doms lei# differ not only im detail but in matters of principle, and it look* bow a# if such a lack of unanimity must have a very damaging effect upon the projected movement for a •tetirral improvement in the pr«ition of labor. The difference# among tbs* various Imdie# are believed to he irreixmcilable. THE EM FLO YE RS1 TRICK. The strike of the bootmakers im not yet settled, though some of the men are expected to resume w- rk to-day. The managers of * he strike claim that the enmlnver# played a •lever trick iii order to demoralize the strikers. They mud* a temporary concession and managed t# have the statement widely published that the strike was en led Til* >bject wa# to stop the donations of money which wers coining in from all quarter# in ski of the striking workmen. This purpose was very largely succesaful, and the concession was then repudiated, leaving th# w.irk-laen in a worst* politic* than ever The manager* claim to lie able, however, to maintain organization siilong th# man and hold them ingather until the situation (weenies generally understood and contribution* again I eg in coming in. THEY OBJECT TO THE DIVISION A profosition bas been broached for the foe ti’lotting lietween Prussia an<l Belgium of »h*- little neutral district of Mo remet, hetter known a# Vltenl*erg. lying between the two countries named. Thi* district ha# lieen gov-rned bv a joint commission of Belgian and Prussian offi ml#, and bn# paid taxes to Iioih government#. The arrangement has l»een a some'*, hat comlicrsoin# one. e*i*»eially in view of the smallness 'if tbs district, the entire I-cpu Int ion ti limbering le». t ban 5,bHU fiersom. It has theref<ire l*een considered advisable to divide the strip between the two countries. But the fas,j)!# of the little territory, it now appears, are not so neutral as the form of their government would indicate, and they have petitioned King Leopold of Belgium not to countenance the projiosed division It in evident from the form of the petition that if their statu.- i- to lie changed at all. they want ben,me Belgian* in nationality, a# they mainly ar# by race ami language. The matter is likely, however, to be'decided by considerations of national convenience rather than w ith a view to the prejudices of tho little handful of citizens. Dr. Falter, minister of justice in the Wurt-emburg government, has resigned, and will be succeeded br Dr KoUms PARNELL'S AM KS im ES!1 EME STOHE TO iALFOUB’S LAND BfLL WILL BE INTRODUCED TO-DAY. OPEN IN GTO FXM EXB A SE-BA LL^SUm. Great Interest Taken In the tF*»rhe» te he M#,*e la Its Haver — It#r*ert of en Engineer Who Siam Died the el Hr ef r>rli—Frrtldtsi Carnous Tour — Other For#lift. New#. Bt Lot im, April .1 Just twfor* the ad journment of th* executive committee of the InMi National Iz*agtie. which held it* meeting her# last w#.-k, they deputized Dr Themas O'Reilly of this city, to write to Mr John Dillon, member of ;«rliament. and ask hun to procure til# consent of Mr Parnell to hold a convention of th# league in thi* country rn the Dear future. The doctor ha# a<Idr###ed Mr. Dilloa or iii* subject, hi# letter U*iug as folhiws: “Bt Louts, Ma, April ?0, 1N80 “John Dillon, Evq., Loudon, Eng - The meeting of the executive council of the Irinfi National league of America ha* adjourned after pang a series ,»f revolutions, amongst them one to call a convent! hi to beheld al Baltimore, M I Thi*, however, was conditional, arni subject to tile oonarnt of Mr. Parnell, therefore no da’e ha# l»een settled <m As vou have Mr. Parnell's eonfldeace, jicrniit rn# to impre** on you that tit# nee*# dty juxt now f<q* calling a <t»nvention ts pressing, a* til* present organisat Km in thts country is moribund. The apor^heriHion# feare<t bv v<»u on th# .itliar *»<Ie of th# Atlantic that the disturbing element on this Hi«ie would do something cal->*til#tel to eompromiH* til* friendly relations existing lint**#en your party rn the I.dieraL throughout England, Scotland and Wale#, is without foundation. This element, though -snail in numlier#, i* noisy aud make* itself heard outside of a ddilierative body; but in convention, it cuts bo figure, for th# reason 'hat the Conservative sense of our [ieop»l# preponderate* aad would not tolerate lan gung# calculated to embarrass you in a m»lk*y likely to be successful, and up to this tune corrected many l*ad laws which th# Irish {Kelpie have suffered “We hold ourselves -ordinate to th# Irteh orgamzatiOB controlled bv Charles Stewart Parnell aud will conform to any projwr couiua w hich may l<# dictated bv him. The character of th# men who assembled during the past week ta tin* city Dem every state within th# United .State* and th* prov race* of the Dominion of Canada, would sat isfy th# most skeptical that no influence ex oept that which pertains to the welfare of Ireland, eould control any onuvention. write this letter with th# knowledge and •mnseitt of all the delegate#, including Prest lent Fitzgerald, and trust you will <*mmu nr-aw w itb hun at an early day. “Truly yourn, “Thomas* O'Rbii.lt, M D., “."stat# I>elet;ate tor Missouri." A KANSAS MURDER Sue our line of Itokobitlls, from the cheapest to the very best jjratle; IVJ styles. American League. ; Association, 73c.; Dollar Regular, f>2c.; I’rofe^ional Dead, oiV.; League Junior, 4f>c\; First Niue, 35c.; F.clipse, 30c.; Levs Junior League, 30c.; American Cl uh, ’Joe.; Metropolitan,-Ic.; Dollar Dead, 18c.; Star, 18c.; Jack of Clubs, I .rk*.; Boys' Practice, 14c., Boys’ league, BK*. ; Boys1 professional, 18c.; Enterprise, 23c.; Resolute, 21c.; Skyrocket, 17c.; Little Rocket, loc.; Mohawk. 17c.; Mutual, 14c.; Alliance, 10c.; Charter Oak. 10c.; Boys'Dead, 8c.; Champion, 7c.; Niagara, 6c.; Junior, fie.; Red Stocking, 5c.; Boom, 5c,; Bully Boy, 4c.; I XL 4c We have made preparations for a big sale of ftusehallfi and Ballplayer'' goods, Bats, Masks, Catching Gloves, etc. Join the procession of the Downing Sleeping Coach Carriage buyers. Look at it, what a beauty. The only reclining hack baby buggy made. Spring goods, garden sets, trowels, rolling hoops, feather dusters, lunch baskets, bird cages, kitchen goods and tinware, glassware, 'Vc., express wagons, carts, wheelbarrows, velocipedes, tricycles, chair seats, valises, flannelette shirts, boys’ and ladies' flannelette blouses, very cheap, aprons and muslin underwear, embroideries, lace edgings, bouncings, stamped linens, towels, hosiery, cornets, gloves, mitts, dress trimmings, shopping hags, ladies’ ami misses* circulars fwaterproof), infant’s and children's spring robes and cloaks. Sper’al bargains in men s and boys’ suspenders. Spring and Rummer underwear, handkerchiefs, etc. ERIE BTOR.E. On* 'Un Kill* Another. Haying ll# Ital, Tau Dollar*. St Joseph, Mo , At.ril 21. —Char Ie# Car Doll, sptHl :*> year*, rn iiAMpiitod fellow, rtiot and instantly kill#*! Gpor^e Dookhorn, ag#! .'ki, a country l»(»or#r, at Elwood, a sinai! Kansas town sores* th# Missouri river, in a most brutal n aliner. Both nt#n bad )«#n drinking freely all day and wers on list friendliest term* Carroll no-liar. I fkickhorii • if stealing $10 from him whi b was untrus. nod when the latter r#mon-trated. Carroll pulled a pinto] and fired two bullet*, striking Dork born in the breast and alidoiuen The murder was ••ommitted in the present of 200 excursionu8s w ho were landing froi» a tx«t Carroll w#« pursued and raptnrsd after emptying hi* revolver at the crowd, but through the stupidity of tbs authorities wa# allowed to #sra(» A posne i* <m«r<'hiiig for th# murderer and when captured he will no doubt (ie lynched. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT NOW im the time for pruuiing your tree#, and noon it \ ll be time fur Axin* your garden#, I ark-ami la w us. Let it be done by (in experienced xardener, ami then call for Vernier-menlen Brother’s, corner Eagle . and Seventh »tr«*et#. Next monthjwe get the ll neat and rarest rose# in huiuhtai# vanebq? from Holland. Sue weeping rte# f«»r funeral plan amt many n**w shrubs amt trees. Order some of them which we will sell mo cheap that you m ii hi buy some of Ute rn. L»TOI>l> AHT Al (I., I’atenl A Rome va, 81.5 7th Washington, D < .opp I ,N Patent Df-ilee. Fate ii ta, t .a veal# and Re Immucm aecursd. 't rade Markn registered All I’atent business cond ne* e«i for moderate Fee#. Information, Advice and n pee tai references sent on request. iii’. IMI la    Ult A M(»NTII un br made 51JW ll    warkm|(    (ur    Brr sons pre ferred who « an furnish a horse and y ivr their whole time to the busint-t.*. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cit ie-. Ii. F. JOHNSON A CO,, moo Main St.. Richmond, Va. VETANTKI)— AV it IIVI MAN for each FT -eelion, ".ital - (#73 to fHHI, ti* UhmII) re present a successful V Y. Company incorporated to supply Dry «.<mmD, < lothing, ihm«, Jewelry, etc., to eonnumerM at coml Also a l.»«ly of ta. t Hulari Rio, to enroll member# ‘Ml,UUU now enrolled, lint),out) paid iii.I Reference* ex*-ban ired. Kmpire t o-op'TMtne A*Moetatiou (credit well rated Lock Box (iiti, N \. I 'OR S.il.K,—Two building lots, fMDdn, on I' Leopard street near Fourth street. Inquire at 73 b. I mirth street. I NIR HALE —A tract of land In Marion coun-I' tj, Florida, in the phosphate i»eil. l.arge or Mtiiall quautitus to suit purchasers Tin# section is jtrowniK inor*1 rauidly than any other part of the state, mill# and hotels are being built and railroads projected. A good money-in iking invwtmeut. Charles Maim, Kina Bark, Rochester, N. Y. Stanley in Krus*el*. BmrsRELH, April 21.—After the dinner at t ie {>aluce Saturday evening, .Stanley passed several hour* in conversation with King Leo-p >ld Yesterday hs took a drive through the city. acconqmnied by two etticer* ef th# king# staff Iztet evening be wa# tendered a banquet by Burgomaster Billa st the town hall. Hixty covers were laid, tbs guest# all l**ing men of distinction. The hall was decorated with flag# of Belgium, Great Britain and Congo Free State. Th* burgomaster, in proptvdng Stanley's health, prophisied ti.at Africa would tjecoms what America is to-day. Responding. Stanley said he foresaw th# day when Belgian* would start from Antwerp by steamer and visit their brethren on th# Congo as they now visited New York alai london. To-day .Stanley dines with M. Lambert, Baron Rotharhild's son-in-law. Whenever Stanley is seen in public he receive* an ovation. Lette.s, cablegrams and present# flour in upon him by hundreds. Strike Threatened In Vienna. VYENNA, April 21.—The workmen in the mine* and iron work* of the Fragile I mistrial company ami th# Austo-Alpine Mining company have demanded th# eight-hour day. and if the demand ta refused they will strike. Tilts important movement indicate* that a general strike throughout th# empire is almost certain, and grave apprehension# prevail in consequence. Th* excitement among the laboring people is so great a* to make it certain that extensive demonstrations will occur on May I. The authorities are unable to conceal their anxiety. Th# «ahinetwili shortly pu bl I-h a proclamation intended to influence the workingmen and lessen the danger of outbreaks. Requisitions for troops have been received at Vienna from various industrial centres. An Important Ca*# Derided. Little Rock, Ark., April ti.—The su prefile court ha* .lecided th# celebret**! election contest of done# vs. Glideweli. It wa» # a bm it ted in evident that ax ballot box** were stolen from th# county clerk’s office her# containing a large majority f<ir Jot***, !»ut it was also ##tabl;Hh#d that prior to th# general election his friend* had organized secret *>icietiea. and the members, mostly negroes, wore sworn to Tote a certain way and to «*ast an open ballot. Th# supreni# court held that the election of th# contestant was therefor* void and affirmed the decision of th# lower court giving th# offi.-# lo Ulid» well. Jon## is a Republican and Glideweli is a Democrat. Th# decision affect* both political fiartie# in this state, and is regarded a? vastly important, a# it virtually dispose# of a larg# nuniter of aiection contest# on Mini Bai grounds. Mind Header Krown to Washlngtoa. Wa AHT NOTON, April 21— Mr J. Randal) Brown, the original mind reader and tutor ef the late Washington Irving Bishop, entertained a large and select audience at the net* National thoatre Inst night with a minder of illustrations of hi# remarkable powers a# a mind reader. Mr Brown introduced several new ex penmen ta, including the celebrated w ire test of reading numbers thf»ugVit of by a person at a distance with au Ord nary coppet wire. extending from the stage to th# upper balcony as th# only medium of cornmunica Hon lietween Mr. Brown and hi* subject This lect was sure#!*-fully performed and brought hearty applause. Mr. Brown will repeat bis wonderful performance again next Sunday night. ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchant# Bank Building." Inquire of tf    Jacob    Wirtner    or    Frank    May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has j ii nt received a full line of e Oi i \ L rn JOrsrcoat: sri "rouserags Etjual to any iii the <*ity, and | at prices that will pay you to sec him befoi ^ purchasing. Buffalo, N. Y. W e have frequent requests by mail for saiujilcs of uew em broideries. Such ret pi eats we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or flouncing^ also what width and some idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to none iii the country and superior to any iii Buffalo. The money value we ofter is simply unpandled. There are edgings from J of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of materia!. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing*! in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, loc, 12^0, 15cand 25c per yard. XUAN, MELDRUM A ANDERKO*. New gtiods for this* season aru coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are offering great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. ST RECE! OUR SPRING AND SUM MER LINE OF An Fpid#tx»i# of TvpHold F###r. Rock Inland, IIL, April 21.—Augustan* <*>n#g* in th Li city, ha* l*»en elo***<I ou account of an epidemic of typhoid fever among th# student* Though Rook Island i* other-wis# fr## from the di*e»*e about forty ef th# student* have been on the xtek hxt. Twenty of them are not regarded at dangerous, but sixteen cases ha vs developed a malignant form of th# disease. Two of th# student# hav# flied au l two other* are in a critical state. Sewer ga* ba* been pronounced th# cause of th# epidemic, a# tho*# student* who did not eat or ?.lo#p in 'De afflicted building have not been troubled. Vt ill Mm O'Brien Enf*c#>l. I>* Rte in, April 21.—Th# engagement is announced of Mr William O’Br en. the well known Iri-h j •urnaiist, orator and member of parliament, and Mile. Raffaloviteh, daughter of the wealthy Parisian banker of that name. A Fight Experted. Zanzibar, April 21.—Maj. Wi.eunmn ie preparing to oo upy and garrison Lindi. Sharp lighting with tb* natives is expected when th* attempt is mad#. A Town VA I ped Out Chamberlain, S. D., April 2!.—Sherman, th# town fi nn which the boomers wer* or derail to move by troop# a flay or two ago, is do more Home cif the town *ite.-s were in favor of r rn vining on the land until forcibly ejected bv the soldiers, but (letter counsel prevailed, and Saturday the work of removing the building* began. Th# bfiom^rs succeeded in purchasing # homestead reiin. quishment from a white man to the vicinity, and it ai to the new tract that the town ie being moved. I he long contested matter w now practically settled. Neutattonal Stories. Atlanta. Ga , April 21.—In a letter to Mr T. D MuiqJiy of the Ailanto Journal John Parnell, brother of Chari** Stewart Parnril. ^ar* that the reoant reports of the poverty and suffering of their mother ars clearly sensational Adam, Meldrum & Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, OM Tis: anil Slipper; _ Bookstand Stationery, AMERICAN BLOCK, 3M-44)V MAIN HTH EET, BUFFALO. N. V. WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A ' BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, 'WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 13 Centre Street, C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 3«4 MAIM ST., RUFFALO, W. V. DEALER IM Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Good*, etc. ANURA VINO, GOLD <f HIL VER PLA TINO. A COMPLETE LIME OK HOLIDAY GOODS :i«4 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iron non Hotel. $500 REWARD! EK will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Hick Headache, Indigestion, ( onstipation or Coetivenesa wa cannot cure with West’s Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to Ari vp anti»fkction. 8u/(ir (JoaU)*i. Large bolti, oontaming JO Billa. Hi «>entA. Beware of counterfeits. and imitations. The genuine m*no* facureJ only by JOHN C. AVEST A CO. Hoi by MOK roe’s I’M arm ACY, D sir*. «• •• IMNEYS«"«’ I ,'*^3-'YOU CCT THE WH OMC jlORT; THE RICHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures.Made only bf GEO. A. MACBETH I CO., PITTSBURGH. PA, ;

Share Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: April 21, 1890