Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 23, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

April 23, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 23, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , WEDNESDAY. APRIL 23. NO. r»9. B £7> ES ENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF DUNKIRK A JI KW Rl'LIJiO MACHINE for ruling all kind* of blank* I* Ui* latest Aldm©# to he Mrrfcaoieai Dr part me ut of Neat mouth wa gal the finest and rarest macs ta hundreds nntUe- from Holland. Stoa weeping roaa for fUDeral plan and man.? nam •brubu and tm*. Order nome of them which wa will aal] ao cheap that you must baa Monte of them. TH. F \ a WMtun ai LE* Corner Eagle and ba Tan lh. JTOIibkKT A CO.. Patent Attorney*, Sift 7th v7 bt, Washington, ii. C-, opp I* S. Patent office Patent*, Carrat* and Hr laeoen secured Trade Mark* ragintered All Patent bual ne** conducted for moderate Kaw*. Information, Advice and spacial reference* *rnt od req neat. iii* u mM t Dunki rk| Pri n U n g|L o in pan y. CKX ANDER’* Coal and Wood Yard. TW Castral Avenue, op no*: ta Nick®! £»*** All grade* of Hard and Soft Urn!. Lumber, (thing ie# and Lath. free AaUV~l    Correa pen !lenoa for wholesale Iou MMM. A LE! A* MONTH can be made working for na Persons prefer red who can I urinal, a horse and give their whole aine to tile busine**. Sparr m<>mer,:» may be profitably employed *i»o. A few vacancies in town* and cities. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., long Main Sc. Richmond, Va. I,NJR hALE.—Two Luildiug lot*, k)x®>, on I leopard street near Fourth *»tr##t. Inquire at TS L Fourth street. WHAT TH:, FAIIX Kits NKfcD secretary rusk convinced THAT IT IS PROTECTION. K. OIFFORD, BS and «8 Central Ara. D. Artistic Photographer. In*tanlane— k h olograph* of Bailie* a *pec.:alty. si tier* •end not wait for sunshine except for aabtaa i itMfK bLNDERT-Jamkh Ibvino, Pro-1 > prtelor, No. 1« K. sm-ond »tre«t. near Buffalo street. Dunkirk, N. Y. Magasiuea, Mu-uc, Pamphlet*, etc, bound in All stria*- Order* promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. iFor our Reliable Nursery I Stock, on salary or Com-nos. Vt r.te V>t term* Need n<> einerfnof ' A Mn *M lit K ACU.; Nurserymen, Rochester, N. I. WANTED™1 ‘““SALESMES. LHCHER’S CKOiKEKf HOUSE, sos Central A venue. B Who lean ie and retail dernier in la )*ifUd and Domestic Chin*, ti la** ware, Ac. I t HA (.’TAI Ut'A HOTEL, I j    Rate*,    SI    per    day I,:vert and B<j# ding ala I NAH NALK —A lr act Nil land ta Marron ooun-I' ty, Florida, la the phosphate bait. Large or small quanuues to suit punhaaers This taction I* growing more raoidly than aor other part of the aute, mill* and botel* are being built and railroad* projected. A good money oitkin* investment. ('barie* Mann, Kltu Parkr»heater, N. Y. ABS? nm, sjpGtoi F. Jk3oaah.n tam® Bl. Mew York [.ivory and Boa ding stable is oon nee lion. Victor Rider, £(6 sad S37 Lion • I reel. a UTI HARDICK SHOP Cha*. Nsgle, Prop., ender Lake Shore National Bank, corner Center and Third street*. A fine tux k of Foreign and Domestic • lgars. | ION KLIN A HON, V /    Eta    center    street. Practical bor*e-*hviera Particular attention I pan* to interfering bot aw. shoeing of road at . trotting horse* a specialty. I) (NKI KR EV EN I NO OBSERVER. Largest Daily In tbs County. An unequalled advertising medium. Dunkirk kncjinekkino company. Fom'ert} seliew A Popple. Manufacturer* of r'.ugines, Boiler*. Pulleys, •hafting Hangers, etc. Pattern*. Forging*. Casting*, and Machine Work to order. y I N K1KK SH I KT CUn <UB. AB and AIT Center • tree I, Manufacturer* of tile omweir* and "Dunkirk” perfect - Stung Dress shirt*. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry good* bouse* in Dunkirk. DW. TOOMEY. .    CM    and    tSS    Lion street, Dealer in Flour, Feed. nit. Bated Hay, I’bos-phatea, etc.    , Ksteblishart. 1HT7. hKIK HOTEL and Dining Saloon, Union Depot kaay acne** to all train* aud bu*-t new bouae*. Best aoconi mod*t)°n* for Com -nereis! Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. I*HLEKS A UC, L    97    and    Af E Third stmt. Fins Furniture, Cabinet Ware and I'p-ooistenng. Picture Frame* made to order. P D. MATTESON A CO., MI Central Ave., Leader* of Fashion sad Gentlemen Outfitters ARELL STEAM HEATING (XL. ti Manufacturer* af Steam Hasting Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. ti OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our spectaitie*:    Fine    Shirt*,    loc; Collars, Ie; Cuff*. Ac, and Lace Curtain*. Free Delivery. A W. Lummings, AT. Center street H.1 K OEHM. K. Third st , cor. of Buffalo Mauufscturer and dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoes Henry weilf.k’s new stork, kb e. Third st. Book*, stationery, Musical In-*trumenu,Maga*iae*.Daily audto eekly Paper* and everythicg pertaining to a first class book •tore. Schoo. Book* a specialty._ J^OB PKINTINQ of every desert plum aud at lowest Rfiug rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, « and IO K. Second St H. VAN BUREN A NON, Fire Life, Accident ana General Insuraaoa. Deal-i ta Real Astate and Loans. Particular ire Lon paid to the cars of property oollect-■ reals Ac. SIV Center st.. 2nd floor. aa OM MO Rte PHARMACY. v    JOU    Central Avenue Heals liar vert' for WaU Paper Paint .Olla. Ac. FEICK (NS, J. W., Mi Center street. Manufacturer and dealer n Harness, Said lea, Hr.die* toliara,Trunks,* kips. Buffalo Holies, Horae (lover* Glove* Mittens and Sleigh Robe* It JtHOLTKH. 17 East Third street, rasuionable Tailor. Geatlemen will find it to their advantage to call un me before port'basing elsewhere. R i B. CARY A (XL, SM Lion street. Fonda! Hardware,W hit* Lead.Oiis.Painter’* Dull* a, tnl Cloths, Grande Ware A spacial-ofhherwiL. William* Pm ut and Monroe range. I LING, such a* blank-book*, ledger*, sad all kind* of blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. fiacood ne VINECAR BITTERS 3EANDES? KODEBtf DISCOVERY Ti iumpli of IMiitniiitcj. Th? onlv Ga* practical ’ELIXIR OI LIFE AMI H KA LTM it one that promote* digestion, improves the ap petite, oeaasev th* liver, purifies the blood, and stimulates brain and nerves without injurious reaction, and one he; may be taken alike by adult or infant. Pro.ane compound*, made of vile rum or bad whissgy, sweetened and flavored, under the ti le« of bittor*, tomes, Ac., produce effects tar worse than the disease for which they are taken. Ii Vinegar Bitter* tan pure tonic, a nervine without being narcotit. a blood purifier without poison, m liver tonic without purging. nnd above alb a life giving stimulant without alc* i hoi. The only medic ta* with such powers In th# world. A GENUINE TEMPURAS! K BEVKRAGE, i far surpassing alcohol in any shape a* a tonic,und it might be called LIQUID LIFE. since it stimulates, invigorates and regulates digestion, nutrition, seer ti vn,excretion .respiration, and .til the function* whereby lite is maintained— we literally take it vitality In spoonsful. It is not too much to assert that the equal o Vinegar Bitters doe* not exist, and no count erpart or compound with similar virtues has ever bean known. california, I t* remarkable for nothing else would be immortal ired by the production of the medicinal fruit*, roots and herb* of which t is Ritters is composed Many of them used by the Indian* and the medic* profession in lh* treatment of chills and fevers rheumatism, catarrh, consumption, neuralgia headaches, liver complaint, kidney disease, jaundice, gout. piles, bails, skis diseases. Ac., Ac., too numerous to mention, but easily understood when the action of the Bitters on toe vital functions is remembered. I he discovery wa* partly acciden-• I but the present PERFECT BITTER* 18 THE RESULT OF KOENCK. I Million* of sufferers have gratefully and gladly endorsed, during inc pas: quarter of a century the wonderful success of this '.PHENOMENAL TONIC OF THE WORLD In order to meet every probable demand, two ( tor mu I ss of the same ingredients are now pu up THE OLD STT LE IS STRONGER, SLIGHTLY BITTER. AND MORE CATHARTIC. THE NEW STYLE, PLEASANT TO THE TASTE, AND EXPRESSLY ADAPTED TO DELI CATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. REMEMBER. There is no dis#**# of low vitality, 'debility o tunctions, or nervous prostration tor which VINEGAR BITTERS IS NOT CURATIVE, and its singular power over the lower organisms rentiers it the implacable foe of THE DEADLY MICRO AND OMNIPRESENT .    BACTERIA I in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, in terns! diseases, Ac., ann so great is its power ss a germicide that it is an UN SOCALLED VERMIFUGE A book coni* be written of its virtues, and ar -other of testimonials, but it is only necessary to rem-inber its general action upon the liver, blood brain and nerves, to realise its use in n majority of the Ills that flesh is heir to, and that no family should ever be without a bottle of OLD AND NEW STYLE VINEGAR BITTERS IN THE HOUSE. Send for our I. sd ie*' book (ddress K. H. Me DON ALD DRUG CO, York ▲ Long Addr*** Issued. Treating et Mm Ceases awd Cure ef Agr! cultural Depression—Had Methods sd the Farmers aud Bad Lrgislatioa Principally Responsible—Th* Day la Cen grew, W amu VGT* • *. April 9 — Sacrotarv Rusk, In reply to handled* of <x> rn in un Cwt tons from different cotton* of the country afipeaJtng ve kiln for an expiation ef opsniwu r rap ort tag the prunent contek tao* ef a rleu it ural do-pram w*. it* cause# aud remedies, bas meed a long address to the farmers of the resin try The pr»n*at agricultural de pres* Mm, universally admitted, and of which there can bn node, I the aecrriary say a ran he • rased to a comb.natl oa af na uses en many that pretor iv no sit* man ann ewumernte them nil Thaw cause* a hi< •* to the secretary seem mere dim*-tiJ responsible for this severe depression may be divided into two casern those inherent to t armers thsviweDm, and for a heck they alone ran provide a puawbia remedy, and to nee ever which the farmer himself ha* no direct centro!, and the remedy fur which must is* provided by law In the Un* claw ef eau we im ie and he attribute* deprenaI lea of the prod u t* vs pee sr of land to a variety of causes to careless oui lore. want of baw newt-1 tho methods, lack at study of supply and demand, and mar**® price*, and the aw ne nap of more land by tunny than they ess properly ears for After referring briefly to th# discouraging effect* * >f farm mortgages, the difficult ie* of the * runty-ut a t **i pees ten. gambling ta farm |rodu<t* oontmllttig orxn binal ions and th* <lepr**.-mg effect of the increase at middle men im the r*~u)t* at the fanners’ honest KXI, Secretary Rusk advances an argument m favor of duties on agricultural product*. One of th* gravest causes for the pmwnt Mgnciilturai dej»rosKton, in tbs opinion at the eocnrtary. is lack at prote-tion for the farmer. Few people, be say A realise that on I rn po rte af agricultural products, animated at prices paid by the consumer, ars about equal to our agricultural exjwwts rad ai ated at pri ee psud by the farmer, yet such is the * ase Our rn inert* of products sold ta sow (clition V Ilk those actually produced (Si our OKU soli amount to nearly 81 IS, UFI.oho aanually. and as much liters coaid bs pruduued am our own sud ♦wider favorable conditione Our Hoporhs at ag ricultural products for the fiscal year « rded June    aggregated $yffh.(lOU.tlOO, t> * far greater part of which, perhaps $25.-GuO.fffkl, coaid, the secret ar v th:aha, with ]-roper efK-ouragonieut bs produced sa ear •VI soil. T# pr HsrtKjti the secretary kxdm far n remedy. "Owe glance/* bs says. “at the comparative rate* of dwtv levied upon ngn-< alture as compared with ether products; one glance at the free list. the greater portion at which sensate of agricultural pro-Incu. which either grow or * old bs grown 11-en our awn soil. aud a omnparwon of thee* f .nre with the average rate al du*y kvied ll!-MI manufactured articles, ongkt to be s«/-fcient to men 's forever any opposition to the d-uiand I have made on behalf af the American fs!-r»er in my annual report; nun cdf, that bys wise npplicatien ef ear admirable prote-Xiv# rvstem. aff the benefits of our home market be secured to bim for * verytbing he may be abl* to produce. "Our * raisin of tazaUoa detnands improve i leat in certain directions Tbs cost of vop porting tbs government needs to be meat equitably ad ’isled among the differ sot els wee* af aor people At pre-**nt in many states the burden af local ta nation pr***-. heavily upon farm profwrty, its very nature rew-lering it easily n^c-salde Every corporation created by the state, and to whom special privileges ar# granted, either by state, county or Incorporated village or city. should be taxed In proportion to it* earnings, and in all ways roe principle of tex a! ion should bs to place tas burden of niamtamiag th* government, * bet aer stab*, municipal or national, upon th* luxury and comfort* which tbs wealthy enjoy, and to reduce it to a minimum in Its application to th# hardly earned property af the poor man IN HOUSE ANO SENATE. Mr (Ivosvenor of Onto said thst at the proper tau* tm* Kaput-Bean Mike of in* house would -se to it Ilia, the country understood the character at rh* preheat admin nor* nee The anxiety ma if a-ted an the Democrats Rids ut rwgaru to the popularity and sucuem at bbs adm in un ra Use was the be-t sign that the Repubh.-an aide ought to br satisfied with the administration ami for one be wa* At tbs pr« >jier time the Republican side would bring in a silver hill which would bs satisfactory to the public H peaking cif the si Til service system, he said that he did aul believe that the law and its administration was approved by one-fifth at the members of either bouse of congree* He believed that if each member af tbs bouse would vote bin deliberate opinion, he would dec lare that the whole *jrstein was founded ORI a mistake, ami its adnuni.it: anon was on a fab* principle It was detrimental to the vary purpose it was aimed ic accum pi ch [Applause ] Mr Lodge of M awee buvette defended the evil aer vmw law and nee tiled it being characterised as a humbug awd a fraud It was aot un A mer t an and un-Kepubhcjui To hun the thing- which were un- American and un-Republican were favoritism and ne pol urn: and personal intercut by w hich a sp His or patrouag* -ystein aiu-t be always operated. it was un-American to see the repreHentativie nf the people bang tug ahunt the anto-cLam hers of the gevermnent ofti •> It was ued her reapertf ul, nor devnt. nor manly to have oflhwrs of the government giving hear after bout af their tame to I stonmg to personal and political appeal* Th* *y«lera at -p'tis was nut American What was American wa- fair play and aa open field Subsequently in the debate Yr Lodge .had Lorn toe New York Evening Pent a Iud of th* occupation* of tbs Tammany executers committee In retaliation for this Mr Spinola read from the same paper an article reflecting upon the caarncter of rteuator Quay. He was called to order by Mr. Grosvenor, who clanned that it was not in order fur a representative to read a scurrilous attack un a senator Tbs chairman ruled the point wet) taken. and Mr Hpinoia • ootinued ui order, attacking the adm im-lr at iou as being ‘English, you know." It had abolished th* greea stomp*, th* color of old Erin, and substituted a red stamp Mi Washington of Teen lain cn*iciaed the adnuni-t ration af the eivti sore ic* law, declaring that th* law was juggle*! with Mr Hei r said that President Harrison's admiaixtrattan was standing fairly ^ to the ctni servitw law. Mr Dannall of Minnesota moved to strike oat the appropriation of KHI,TOU for clark* for senator* rending a vote on this the committee rosa nod th* house adjourned UUDOLPH MOLD BN HAU EK, Cor. Third and Buffalo St*.. Dealer in Granite, Marble, I of End BuLdina atone. Call on me brfor* buytn# your nae-walk    _ _ R (.-LEY * CO. 7 and « East Font • treat. Whisky, W’mes, Brandle*. Gearral Liquor Store for Family Use. LIBERT M EAT, Lion street, near the depot »retina hake, Feed and Livery Stable. ^ by the day or week un reasonable GIFFORD, 801 Central Are. lip ai General Insurance and Real R-iate Fire Life, Accident, and Live Stock *. Prompt attention g»v sn lo tmym* ag Beal Estate. INES. 75 B. Third ak, cor Doer. or Meat Market. Freak, Salt ac Meat*, Lard, sausage*. Oysters anc ER, JEWELRY. AC. the Aurora Railroad Watch. frffiTSri .l ICB EK. Merchant Tailor, 816 Central Avenue $500 REWARD! W E will pay the above reward for any cass if Liver Com plaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. Indigestion, < onstipauon or Cosbveness we cannot cure with West’s Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never tail to give* satisfaction Sugarcoated. Large boxes, containing SO Pips. 28 ceata. Beware of counterfeits, and imitations. The gen ai ne msau-(aeurea only bv JUHN C. WEST A OO Sold by MOURO*! Naim icy. Do kirk, W ▼. Free - Car - Fare! Order your Suit! End Pantaloons of the Pilfer Creek Tailor. tie will pay your car fare or send a line of sample* to select from. $5 to $7 saved on Suits or Overcoat! P O Box 1W>.    SILVER    CREEK. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 3«4 M AIN 8T„ BUFFALO. N. Y. PROFESSIONAL, T. ROLPH. M D., *    Pbvsician    and    surgeon c ,.,.r Lr:.'.    tr.l    A    ..’in, Telephone No. S. Calls ma' be loft at Lvon's. DEALER IN Diamouds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods. etc. KNO KA TM MG, GOLD 4 SIL FER ELA TIAO A COMPLETE UKE OF HOUDA Y GOODS :Kt4 main street. Opposite Iroquois Hotel. Illtrseiia en IsfbliMvi, I locative J arf ic-lei Appropriations Washington, April 3$ —The bouse yesterday concurred in the senate amendments to world's fair bill, and -peat the re** of the day in dtoinsdng the legislative, executive ¥ nil judicial approfvn*rion bill The house I,ant into committee of the whole on the legislative, executive and judicial appropria-t #fi bill. Mr fluttorworth af iff*lo explained Ae provision- of the bill, saying that in some of t ie depart ineut* thera was nuhptantially a Til h-t of uld employes wh- had faithfully rved the government, being retained in Iueir positions although they were of little rvioe. The committee on appropriations h si allowed an increaw* of the clerical service of th* civil service oanmtodom-rs a* requested bv the commies!' rn Mr. Dex kery of Missouri ents lacd the in c wa-* in the number of government na I oyes w bleb is many mstanoe* should not b ive been made at this Un** He believed t /at if th**re "rn new blood in the depart-l ant* l.&OU clerks could be discharged at a *.viiig of $1,530,00$. I anteed of carrying on a i unprofitable investigatioa. let the coni a it toe take luto consideration the mefftctoncy cf the clerical force of th* department* Mr Allen of MusuMppi quoted from a i serb delivered by Mr Cannon declaring t at the Republican party was devoted to tho country and would aduim:»t*r the government with great eccuonoy. Rmce March 4 )hn9, it bad besa impoeaitd# for Mr Allen ti - keep up with his Republican friend* when bv wet chem chi the afreet rn their wild rush to th# depart men t* to get offices and show their itoioti'-n to the country. Mr Aliet: told a story to illustrate the Ra-publi an opinion of the adm inL-tral ton. Upon niaeting a Republican and asking him what he thought of it, the reply was: W .sr j run* a Sunday achoo., Le* I run- the bar, Baby runs the White House, And. damn it. here wa am Mr Bland of Missouri discussed the monetary question and spoke in favor of the un-iiHilted coinage of silver and oharat tensed toe Wtndom bill a* a demon it nation nieaa-u'l. He wanted to raise the question from Ga* decradati'Ni of a party caucus and bring it before th** bot. -e If this was not duos. let tie* responsibility rest on the secretary of the treasury w ho has assumed to frame a bill a k1 to tell the country that if that bill were tx A i*swd, there should be no silver legislation Mr Kerr, referring to Mr Alien s remarks, ai,id that the gentlemen had tried to make * im cheap capital ont of the president's a feet mn for his grand-oo The gent leman ought to be ashamed of himself. Mr Cannon replied to Mr Dockery’s cnti-ciam aud defended the bill Mr Williams cd illinois criticised the Republican* of the housv for not twinging in n b ll for the sr it Inman t uf the -liver question aud thus relieving cam ©pftc—od people of the country IN TUB BBN ATB. Washington, April 23 —Thesenate passed the mw* of the yesterday in diM’uwar^ the Distnct at Columbia appropriation bilL Mr. Cockrell offered a reeuiutMn, which was agreed to, directing the superintendent of the cenno* to furnish to the -enate copies af th* form*, rides and regulations adopted by him for obtaining statistics a* to farm mortgage* Mr Mitchell made a long -peach rn favor of bis proposed constitutional amendment for th* election of senator* by the people During the course of hie speech ha declared that the secracy of executive Mansions wa* not longer in harmony with th* spirit of the age Public opinion would, at bo distant day, break down and destroy ta# door of secret »«*oiB Secret sews one were a relic at monarchs and should find an meoguition in a re public The anna ta then took up the District of Columbia appropriation hill, which wa* die ensued and passed Mr Morrill, from th* conference committee on the Zoo park bi Washington, reported a disagreement on the hon va amendment requiring half th* expense tm be po id bv the District of Columbia and moved that th# -enate recede from its position The motion was agreed to. and the hill now goes to the president. The -enate at 5:55 p rn. an jour .ted Mr. HirrUss ew til* W»nh W auh I noton, April X. —President Harrison. at the suggestion, it is under stood, ha* determined to keep h mi-elf thoroughly posted about expenditure* that the hnu*e i* making by the passage of public building bill* With this in view he has already procured a list of ah the public building bill* se tar pwa-ed. and also at tho** pending before the house and senate F rein this it is evident that Mr Harrison is taking the chirt interest la the affa rs of congreve, aud beeping a eire* watch #u the appropriation- in arder that th* siigblest charge nf extravagance may la without feundatiosi ll will carefully examine th# material gathered and if it is found that appropriation* have I —n too carelessly made, a bah may tie called by tba exercise of tbs vet© power The explanation offered for this -tsp rn that Mr. Cannon has for some time pa-t advocated greater econ-etiy in the expenditure of public moue va for the erection of public buildings, aud has •.'ailed on President Harrison ti look into the matter The Cltr* Mescals flu nae. Utica, N Y., April 23. —Grand Master V room an and several of th* trustees of the Masonic bine werw bn the eity yesterday <«i busmen in reference to the groun * and building*. The purchase of five a re-of laud ad joining co the north was decided upon. The B eeker strv-t railroad was given right of way acron th* prs ie -se at the northern extremity ef th* grounds, where an avenue IOO feet wide naming para dei w ii h the W eat Shoe* railroad will be laid out. Th* architects wbe have been engaged to prepare plans for the main building are to submit their designs May IO The trustees w ill report to the grand lodge meeting in June ami th* work of construction will bt gin av soon as possible thereafter. Th# Seventy-fourth Victim Lonsvii.iJt, Ky , April - Tis seventy-fourth. and very probably the la-t victim ef the cyclone, wa* added to the li-t thirdly morning at 2 *9. when William Goode died at the City gum*i ta I He wa- in the Jewel lodge room- of ti rn Fails City hall *li;n that building fell. He was one among several who were to have been initiated that night. The delay of a few toNXid* would have made hun a men.lier of the Knights of Honor and have entitled him to a life insurance at $2,000 ____ Beer tw Rornt. Washington, April S. —Til* senate committee on finance has taken favorable action on a bill prepared by the com im—loner of internal revenue to permit the exportation of beer in bond, without payment of internal revenue tax The bill was referred back to the eoaimnwiooer at internal revenue for revision in ac»curiarxw with suggestion* from the committee Royal Areaaen* Meeting- Buffalo, April 23 —The New York Ptata Grand Council, Royal Arcanum, began its twelfth sesame here yesterday Gr tifymg reporta were rwceivad frau the different departments 'Hi# delegate* attend—I an entertainment given by a local ioukre Met night. ADDRESS TO WORKERS. THE FEDERATION OF LABOR ASK® their CO-OPERATION. All Bseept thi Carpenter* ut J eta* re Req sr* ted to Bcfrwls frow Tahlag A* Gun at Present—Th* laJlaaspeiU Strike nettled aud the Brie at Ch I. ag* Likely to be Ie a Few Dave- New York, Ard-il SBL—The American FwJ-eration of I^ahor bas i«*u*d an addrwi •T’o the wage M orkersandsympath:»ni with Progress in America, re-pie-ting ah except th* ■•arpen tern and jomera to ref ram from taking ac ti o to *ecurv cou'weion* until th# first great vt niggle ha* been wen. Their contribution* will be needed in order ta secure the AUO tea of the carpenters aart joiners, whiak trade has bee* selected to make th* find demand for the enforcement of tha eight hour day May I If all trades strike, it will m«an defeat for all, or at beat only t- iuporary advantage Contributions from all are aolictted and lf tl»e fund raised I* not needed far the carpenters it will be devoted to aiding the next trail* which is elected ti demand toe oooceMBun.    Hy rn pa to liers, who are aot actual wage workers, ar* also invited to eoo-tnbute. It was hoped that tha ampia notice given, the a(*(wrent justle* of the demand, and the peaceable method at Bs proven'Ilion would uave canned the eaaceeMoa to be gracefully yielded, but the hostile attitude of the bern builder* at ( lucage and Indianapolis rn evi deuce that the employers intend to make a Htubborn re-istanc*. in view af this, the workingmen must stand all the closer together and concentrate their eff«>rtn as above recoil mended Coutribnti rn* ►b*juld he sent ta ( hnsD»ph#r Rvans, secretary of the Fad ••ration. No. 21 Chaton plarw, New York. The addre-i ie signed by Samuel Dumpers, oreaident; William Martial, tirnl vice presi-d* nt P J McGuire, second vice president, aiM Henry Em neb. treasurer A NEW PETITION. I he Bm lr«>nd Mew Went aa Agre*awest Withed a aerik«. Pi TT** nu no, April 23 —A committee af #m-pic%c*CBHed an Ku;ierinteudeut TuetMK* at the PltUiqirf, Liu ct nna ti aud St Ixmis rail road yesterday. They ref>reaented th* B’otherbond of Railroad Tranmien alee. and left a pvtitKa for the onn-ideratieu at the Pennsylvania oompaay officials. Th* new list of grievance* request* that ten hours or leA- be cou>idered a day; Av# hours or leon a half day. all overtime ti be paid far on the -ame bania; the pay asked rn. day coed ac tors 82 75, day brakemen $2 50; night court uctoirn $2 JA), night brakemen $2 70; on* hour be alined far dirner ne crew ti work short hinnied or tie expected to coal or Band t»B ermine Tha cxmmutti* will na! mast an any other cenceaaioM S E Uilkenstm. grandmaster af tha IW-thethood of Railroad Trainmen, stated ' at be did not he bee* there will ba any '.■•un!# ui adjusting the differences. “In any event a strike will be resorted to only after every ether means has failed.” A Settlement Ie M|ki Chicago, April 23.—TV* arbttratioa eooi-UHt'ee fn.Hii the mw Bes* (.'arpenSen.' associe! ton ret the cc* lie re ii ce comm it to* of tbs striking carpenters' yesterday A thorough can vs -* of tbe <ii nu'ten ahewad that all par tim ar* agr-ed Diet the carpenter* strike ♦•an be quickly brought to a term mat tow when the nie.nbenhip of tha B-a*.' smvu-Lon is so far increased that they hold a bal alice of power among tbs builders aud bosses of tb»* city. To this aud th* c<wiimitte# on arbitration invite th* other association* el carpenters' boais and builders to unit# with them rn the settianaent of th* qnewCuHi I indiana pulls urrike aet tied Indianafolin, April 2Ii.—Tit* carpenters* •trike was settled to th# satisfaction of everybody coe cern cd at a conference yesterday between committee* of tbs strikers and til* b-<-**, lins contractors conceded th* eight-lwHir day and mads an agreement, to h<dd good for sn* year, ta pwv competent carpenters aiel joiners SB cent* per bour The leu and of the strikers was Sa rent* an bour, although they had only been getting from SU to 25 sen ta About 50$ men will resume work to-day. Tti* Mea Will Nat Yield. Pontland. Ore., April Et.—The striking carpenters remain firm in their determine Don to make lh* contractors yield to their demands far eight hours. The bricklayers and plasterers ar* alw* ©ut. and building in tins city is almost at a standstill A BIG DAMAGE SUIT. Over Sixty ThnisnA Dollars CAaiased tar Hr*ach ef Contrast. PHII AtiEi.phia. April 25 —In the United Mate# circuit court yesterday a suit was l r ugbt for A. T. Twierph A Co., of lx>ndoa and Ii nibur|. against Harri-sn. Frazier A < o. of tiiLs city to recover upwards at $fi3,00$ far lo—c- xaid to have bein suffered by eon compliance with a oon tract for the purchase of 2.500 tons of wugar. Tbe wugar was to have been shipped from the t’hi)i|q>ins islands by the ■ teamer Bin press of India. The rf-ase! asioountirad a cr*Ll>-ton and other troubles and put hi at tbe Bermudas and discharged about 700 tem of sugar to hghtea bar Tbs remainder of tbe sugar was to bar# been ibippad by the steamer Trinidad. This proposition was aot accepted by the purchaser*, but agreements were made by which th* sugar brought on the Empress of India wa* sold for $138,306 $6. and that brought ©a th* Trinidad to Harrison, Frazier A Co. far 3,919.21 TV# lose whs Maid to Fe*    .    which    is    now    aa©I for An imvrr atli probably be filed shortly by defendants. A Pansies I''crease. Washington. April S - Hie bouet emu rn it tow on in va! kl peit-ioos has authorised a favovwhi# report on the senate bdl increasing Ins rate of pennon* for certain ejesea of deaf-x.c’w. lh* bill provide* that sot add!ar. sailor or marine wha served m tbs war at the rebellion and contracted disease reeult-mg in ton* deafness in both ears, biali be entitle t to reoe.ve a pension of $60 par mouth, and for severe leafueas of beth ear*, approx rn ating toto! deafneas. shall reoaive an equatable proportKiti of th* full pension. the degre* approximatiag total deaf ness to be deto: uiiK©) by the wcretary at the ln-torior The hill has passed tbe senate PrekaWy a Forgery. Ti KUN. O., April SS dbsrmsc L. Knight, a country M-booi teacher, obtained $1,000 at a bank her* yesterday in a note jkisporting to be signed by his father, a wealthy farmer. lh* gftiiiinenes* at th* no®* rn now qo**-tioaed, an.! the young mea bae disappeared. He ha* boras a good character Ye lliviu ria we rise Hearings. Wahhingtm, April S.—Tbs nm We* on rom mar*# ha* dacsdad to more nearing* an proposal saw wiflmanta to th* rn te mat tonal com mar os tail after April JA. STR* LAA PDO TOUB DOLOUR’ jfeAmP plilmlMEYb BREAK? T^fc Whose sJ»t, the richt ones c >M ULLE!! PEARL TOP*"”"1 • * Milk mk by GEO, A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. J With Clake and CRICAdO. Apr® 33. — The ga>fltiers ton decided to strike Monday Thew demands ara for an sigkt beur day and an mereaaa af pay from $3 23 to $3 M a Any The smth. door aid blind asea ar* pirfid mg a powerful orgeat rat tee They ss pert to be in position ti demand eight bown by May I. Came uf intimidattan and violence by to* striking carpan'ant are becoming a a mar am At tbe Brotherhood' baseball ground* IOO -tinker- assembled and attempted ti ta ital sdnto tbe werkmaa Aa alarm was turned rn and a plateoa af pubes cam* to toe Winn, when tbs strikers withdrew. Al one or two eta sr places non mien mea wen* stoned At a building ie th* earthiest earthen af tha city a delegation of strikers ordered several nan union carpenter* to quit wark, bat were met wnh a refusal Th# striker* armed tbemeeJves ink storks sad brickbats and attacked the men The awner of th* betiding cai WI a pa brei wagon, but before it arrived tbe -tother* bad km ked Fur*ma* Hannon down and severely bent kim with a srantffng TV# striker* wise arrested A crowd af strikers attacked (Feorge and VV ill nun Johnson, who ware a! work on a new ton id mg at 819 Armitage a va# ne Beth alee rec#! wad scalp iou ads AN IMPORTANT INVENTION. ta Applies** ta Meb* Reggieg lessee Stalk-. Augusta, (la., April SR— Wrthsa S Jecksun. a well-known lawyer has perfected mechanical appliance* for making bagging for cot too from the cotton stalk. Experts -ay tbe new bagging rn rn every respect equal to cotton or jute beg clag Mr Jackson will util sa# the bar* Malk* from tbe flrtdi and cam nfferd ta pay about tw* de liars a toe toto •low* An aam ie I stalk yield wfH bale a 'bree years cotton crop The machinery compone* baavfly weighted fv>rrug*ted roller* wtoh vat* of raaatog water sardine ma Mi ma* and Gagging bonn It is estimated that in making bagging from x>ttori stalks SH OOO.SHO anooalty will go tod 'he pocket* of tha farmers far what ie new cleared from the fields at an ox pens* Anguria will ba tbs headquarters for th* oompanvHi mill* and offices, which will extend from Virginia to Texas Tbe rut tea -terk bagging is ha inflammable aud is only a shade darker tha a jute, Cottaa si re ha here ars jubilant BKJ BARGAINS AT TUE r—— £KIS STOH.S For everybody, The grainiest stock of tlouseboiil Article!. Tinware, Kitchen Good*, Glansware. Crockery end Wooden wart*, for the spring and *u iii mer seaxoD that ever was exhibited in Dunkirk Ladies' and Children b Hats and Millinery Trimmitige. Baeketi and Willow-ware. Kid Glorea, Hosiery and Corsets. Igulie*’ and Gentlemen'! Kurniahlaf Goods, Yarn! and V\orated*. Infant* Wear, Ribbon!, Lace*, and Embroiderlee, Dress Trimming*, Buttons. Plush and Leather Toilet Articles. Soap* and Par* fumery, Dolls, Mechanical Toys and Seasonable Game*, Express Wagons. Chil* dren’s Carriages. Girls' Tricycles. Bicycles and Toys, Fancy Braids and Threat**, Working Materials for fancy Art Work, complete line of Notions and Underwear. A Curlew* (teerester Dor* !f*w Yow* April 23— Hiram Kin Mb, a unique resident if Nerwirh, Cana., died an •Sunday, aged 76 yenra. Ha wa* aa expert mechanic and invented tbs wmdaw blind staple cutter, by which ha made a fur to ne for himself and C. B Reger* A Ca., at Chi* city, for whom he had worked far th* peat fifty years, ll# wa* a notable atheist and wrote odd poems, w hich he recited to his friend* One of hi* poem# on tha “Creattoa* was about as long as tbs "RumT and in (be Homeric vein He had th* tang*#* feet bb Norwich, and had ham diversed mer* toman than any other si ti im Kit tong ago bn married hi* sixth wife. bat abe shuddered at hi* dismal mortuary vs pc ne*-* and Iat him within a month With all hi* odditis*, ha was a maul at anhlamtabad rep a ta taos and unquestioned integrity lf ba saki ba would do a thing, be did it evwrv Urn* He was lent nearly intl a bow. shuffling akmg tha sidewalk*, bad an extremely long near, sad worn rieel spectacle# that rested ew th* very tip He dearly laved a cen trove rvy, sad ti wa* a ra-b scholar that tackled bun aa Bthto lore Halt* to (/■ICAIO. April 33.-la city ceuacil some tine stated that far year* tha been kept en depoast in selected by th* treasurer, and drawing interest err* mn ti ag to n toig* sum ami sally, whk h sum ha* bean retained by tbe kreeiarar a* a personal ematomeat. without She aaoe-tioa at law and contrary ti sound public policy. TV* finance committee of th* cxHiweil bas reported a reeolatkm direetiag lh* cor-peration counad to bring suit opus eflLrml bonds af each sad every city treanarer wha ba- arcupted that affies daring tbe last ten years, to reoevir the internet which baa amounted to from $3®. OOO to $60 WW annually. Th* Heed nek* Me ne art en* I MD! an a po i.in, April SB—Tbe Uedrvki monument comm Ute# has rants ved aotiee af th* arrival at New York af Bb* Heudneh* mon un *eut cenkpiete, tram FW reties Thar* are amety crates af granite and fear crate* of krona©,, and tbe toto! weight ie over JOO tons A be ut fifteen car* will be required So t rase port tbe work to tbs* city, and it is expected to reach hare tbs totter part af (ba week TV* mon unsent will be ready for navel ling id about a month will vwa-J a absee Fight. Ban FrancT»ro, April 23 —At a of the raemtiers af th* Cahfomto Athletic club an mformal deciaion ins reached lo match Hu ii I van and Jackson for $20,000 No Agreeru>-at a# to when the fight will tab* piece wa reached, but five or six months banc* -veined to ba the prevailing opinion. Th* proposition will be formally brought before tbe club. (tollers Drowned. BALTiMOftx, April 28.—Tbe *-beaner W H Brimfield Cap®. John H Elliaaa of Tappahannock, Va., wa* sunk off Foist-No-Point Saturday and Mate David Prim. Hee men John Harkaa, J rim betta and filbert BlliHon, ail colored, were drained The captain wa* rescued from the mu tree# rn aa unconscious condition. An ftpldemle af Dlplitbriia. HT Paul, April 28.—Malignant diphtheria bt epidemic in th* village at Vining. Otter Tail county. Tbe village ba* a population of 150 perron*, n nae-tea tbs of whom arc afflicted with the diNcaaa Thera bar* been thirty death* Tbe funerals ar* all public and Largely attended. The people are mostly Scandinavian*. Miser* Killed. Asb land. Wia, April 28.—Two men were killed and five injured, one fatally, by tbs falling of a rock in a shaft of the Great Ka#tern min* near Norwav. Mud}. Capt William Hm»p#r. one of the oldert mining superintendents on th* upper peninsula, sad Jams* Martin, a miner, were killed Rev. Dr McKee** Resigned. BOTTON, April 23 — Rev. P a. McKenna, national vie# president af th* Insb-Ameri-tan league bas resigned as a protist agamri the spirit if th* letter written by Dr 0 Reilly of Detroit to John Dillon. IL P. Th* MeCaH* Trial Began. Mmw Tone, April fit.—Ha* ©earl martial Et Cam mender Bier rn— H. McCall, in •Barge af Un Ruin pi aa, wa tor Bk the Im illy amy yard Children's picnic mugs, 3<\ One quart tin cups. 3c. Thumb scoops, 5c. Crumb trays and brush©®, 23c. Fancy japanned bread box©®. 45 and 49c Ntoie *crapers, 5c. Pie or hot dish turner*. Dc. Cross bread toasters, 5c. Soap BAYers, be. Planished copper bottom tea pot*. 2Uc Extra heaey flat cookers. <Wo. Kgg poachers, 49c Delatchable bottom pie lins, loc Detachable bottom cake pans. Itta Two quart flour sifters, be Scalloped pie tins. 5« , Plain pie tint, Be. Scalloped cake pails. 5 and 3c Ten quart milk pans, l$c Eight quart milk pans, 8c. Six quart milk pans, 3c. Four quart milk pans, 4c. Three quart milk pans, 3c. Two quart basins, 3 and5c. Old fashioned heavy tiu stew pans, 12c. Old fashioned good tiu preserve kettles, IOC Doughnut cutters. 8c. Biscuit cutters, 3 and 4c. Scalloped cookey cutters. 4c. Gravy strainers. 4c. Large milk strainers, He. Large dust pans. 8c. Bowl strainers, 5 and 8c. Embossed dust pans, 5c. Strong curry combs, tile. Apple corers, 8c. Cloths sprinklers, 20c. Patty pans, (six to set). 5c. Muffin rings. Sc. Dennis vegetable presses, 83c. Mila skimmers. 3c. Gem pans, (six to set), 9c Biscuit pans, (six to set). 10c, Horse brushes, 9c. Scrub brushes, 9c. Large tin graters wood handle, 5c. Large size hatchets, only 25c. Boast meat broilers, 15c. Toy hatchets, 5c. Large tin shovels, only 5c. Polished carpet tack hammers with claw. 6c. Carpenter's steel sawt,$5 and ?0c. Child's trays to fasten to tabla, 29c Bubber window cleaners, 23c Hhoe daubers. 5c. Shoe brushes, 10c. Clothes line*, 15 and 19c, Wash basins, 4 and 5c Stove brushes, 9c. * Li ta ais meat broiler. (®c« It). ?0c. Oyster ladels, 4c. Heavy soup ladels, 5c. Vegetable ladels. fie Gravy labials. 5c. Black enameled bandied dipper® heavy be. Throe prong meat forks, 4c. Pierced soup ladels, 10c. Cuspedoro® fancy painted. 9 and 13o. Cusped*ires brass, 88c. Cuspedore* nickel, 76c Cuspedores enameled, fl5c. Infant's bath tubs, Al 98 Farmers’ pride lantern!. 84c. Large square dinner paila, 49c, Medium size dinner pails, 85c. Six quart sprinkling cans, plain, 19c. Six quart sprinkling cans, printed, 88c. Lemonade, mixers, 10c. Japanned spice boxes, (six to set), 10c. in large box 24 and 29c. Fancy painted knife trays, 48c. Tumbler carriers, 88c. Best household ammonia, 10c. Large bottle prepared blueing, 8c. Bread toaster® or broiler®, 5c. Extra strong meat broiler®. 10c. Home flour sifter®, 17c. Charlotte rust® pan®, 10c, Stamped jelly moulds, 10c. Best tin sponge cake pans, 9c. Indian mea! bread pans, 4c. Brick loaf bread pan®, 5 and 9c. Oatmeal boiler®, 85c. Ten quart dish pan®, 12c. Eight quart dish pans. 10c. Two quart oil cans, 10c. E3R.IE STORE] — ROOMS TO RENT In the lf«*rchAnui Hunk Building. Inquire of tf    Jacob    Winner    or    Frank    May. CARL SCHAUER1 — 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Promts tai Trroserap Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him bef ole purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SUMMER LIKE OF Orford Ties ud Hillers WE HAVE THEM IN PAT ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER. WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN & SON, Buffalo, N. Y. We have frequent request* by mail for sample* of new embroideries. Such request* we are pleased to receive, but we beg to awk for particular* in regard to the sample* wanted. State whether edgings, insertion* or flouncing*, also what width and Bora* idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to none in the country and superior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer is simiily unparalled. I here are edgings from J of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edgingand 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 5c, 10c. 12 Jc, 15c and 25c per yard- Adak. Mbldkum A an demon. New goods for this season are 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 Wanter stocks are offering great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. 213 Centre Street. Adam, Meldrum Sl Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Kookatood Stationary, AMERICAN block. MAIN STREET, BUFFALO. N. Y. ——Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures ;