Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 26, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

April 26, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 26, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK N. Y., SATURDAY. APRIL lit). NO. 62. B liETHESENTATl VE USINfiSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A NKW RI I IM. MICHI** lur nill., •ll km<u of blanks is tin* latest *<i<litn»r «*» he Mertumkeol foliar tote ut al I>uokirk|Pnutingyc<iaii>anv. a LKXANDKK'H Coal aud Wond Yard. 7W A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate Ae I KH All Frade* of Hard and Holt tool, Lumber, shingle* and I alb In* lehr    Correxpou    in.o*    for    wholesale    Iou lot lei ted. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT J I ' (IMI Ahi A < « ' I aw s Attorn. ' -^ bt. Washington. I» C, <»[>j> I’ 8. Patent Office Patents, Ca reals and ne Issues secured Trade Marks regtalered All Patent business •on*lucie*l (or awifferat* lees. InfortuaUon. xdvtoe and special reb ranees sent ob request ■" IMI o NU M A MONTH can be made SUH Ii WU1 Worton* for us Persons p»c-Ierred who can furnish s horse and give cheir whole nae to the business. Spare moment* may he profit* tbi> employed also. A few vacancies in towns Old. UWC HK. JOHNSON A CO.. '<**) Main vc. Richmond. Va.__ I X»R SALE.—Two butldin* Iou. aux*', on I * Leopard Street near Fourth street. Inquire it Tri t I ..urtb street. tai a Al T r n *»r ««r Reliable Nursery ■VAN I ► tfl "l.s k. ..u Salary ->t ' **    tnisaioc.    Wr    Ie    for    terms. »s|SF$*LESMtN oi hee tar, K. Y. KHIM WASHINGTON. THI BANK WRECKERS THE SENATE DISCUSSES THE LAND FORFEITURE BILL. K. ulFFOHO, -m and *tt Central Are Artistic Photographer. of Rabies a specialty. Sitters for sunshine except for ^autographs teed not wad atom UtNik bin'UKHY —J am aa I RVI wa, Proprietor. No. 16 t. Second street, near Buf-alo street. dunkirk, N. Y. Magazines. Vlu ic Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles- Oroeri-|ronspti> attended U». AU work guaranteed [.’'OK SALE —A tracttof laud In Marion coon. I ty, Florida, in the phosphate belt. Large or small quantities to suit purchasers This section is growing more ratmily than an? nth* er part of Ute state, mills and hotels are being built and railroads projected. A gi»od money miking investment. Charles Manti, Lim Park, Ro. heater. N. Y. ►n Elders’ Book B 1:r» HHK’* IR«H'KKR% HOCK, 2km ( en bra I areuite. WnoltMMtle and retail dealer in lr ported aud fonii-suc < hina. Glassware, Ar. , ii ai l vi <ji \ in> iii. U    Rates,    ti    p<    r    day. Liver) and Hoarding Stable in connection \ i< tor Rider, VV. and STT Lion street. 11TT IIAUltl.lt MHH* j    Chaa.    Nagle, Pi’qr Biter Late Shore National Lank, coran ! enter aud Third street*. A Him sU> k ol oreign aud Domestic I gar*. ION ALIN A SON, >    33s    center allect. Prat Ucal borae-shoei a. I'm uvular a lieu lion so* lo min fi-rmg hois ■•. >bmiog of road I i . trotting horses a spec.ialty |UNKI UK BVKMlNtl OH* KR VICK. Largest Daily in the Count?. An unequalled advertising medium. VINEGAR BITTERS I I CMU UK LM.IMI Kl NU COMPANY. Lr    Fericer iv Teiiew A Copple Manufai lurers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys,' hailing Danvers, eU. Patterns, Forgings, anting*, aud Mscliiue Work loonier. UNK IKK iMIMT I«aw, Alb aud Ad if Center street, Manufacturer* of lite Lromwell” and ^Dunkirk" j*erfeet - fitting •mas Shirts, un sale in ail leading furnishing, louting aud dry goods houses in Dunkirk. I k r. TOUMEY, I I .    434    and    Ck. Lion sir ret. Dealer in Flour, Feed, ait. Haled Hay, Phoa-phatno, etc.    , Established, IST. I KIK HOTFI. aud Dining saloon, Union ra I>«La*> access lo sn trams and bus ness nouses. Best accommodations tot Com* were rn I Travelers.    ^ John J. Murphy, Prop. b' ti I. F Its A til, j    kl    aud    He L Third street. Flue Furniture, tsbiuel Ware sud C p-uoistertng. Picture Frames made to order. p I*. MATI'F.min A to.. 301 Central Ave., enders of Fashion ah I Gentlemen Outfitters J A ULI.I N I K A Vt HEATING UL anulecturers of Steam Heating Apparatus 8a ntarv Plumbing a Specialty. ^ OME (FTLAM LAIMUKV. Our spectaltie*:    Fine    Shirts,    loc; Collars i; Culls 4c, aud latoe Curtaiua. Free Deli? ■J. A VV. Cummings, Ju7 Center street IL1 IC DEHM, K Thirl st, cor. of Uuflalo Manufacturer aud >leater in Fine Boot* A Shoes UBN KY IF LILLICH NKW STO UK, IQS k. Third st think*. Stationery, Musical ln-sirtimenU,Magakir.es,l>ailv aud Weeki) Patters and everythn g pertaining lo a first class Link store. Sc hon. th aik* a specialty. JOH rill NT! NG of every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk PnuUug Corn pan\, 0 aud IO E. Second SC JU. VAN BUREN A NON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insurant. Deairs In Ueai Lstate aud Loans. Caracoler attention paid to I he care of properly colleci-Ac. Ilk Center sc, Iud floor. ag rents KOK’H PHARMACY, ;*UP Central Avenue ar Vers for Wall Paper Pa.nt .Oils, Aa jKRUNI, J. W., AW tenter street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Saddles, miles. Collars, Truhks.W k ps, Buffalo Reties, urea Covers Gloves Mi liens and sleigh Rohes > SCHOLTEN. .    17    East    Third    street, lahionable Tailor. Geuliemcn will Bud it h cir advantage to call on me before put ‘ baaing I*. CAKY A Cli., 333 Lion street, neral Han! ware, White lxsa*l,<>i Is, Pa inter’s dies, Oil Cloths, Gran ie Ware. A special-She runt. VV llliams Pa ut anti Mtmroe range. i CLING, stich ss blank-Umk*, le>tgers, aud I ail kinds al id a ii k(> done at Dunkirk Printing Company, fe and it) E. Second M R C DOLPH MOLDAN H AT KH. Cor. Third and Buffalo S. Dealer in Granite, Marble t egging 3BAND2ST MOLEK tf DISCOVEEY Trill iii |»li «>f Pharmacy. The only true practical ELIXIR OF LIFE AMI ll LALIM is one that promote* digestion, improves the ap petite, cleanses the ii vet, purifies the blood, and itiinuiatrs brain and nerves without injurious mw lion. ai d one ih*t may be taken alike by adult or infant Profane compounds, made of vile rum or bad whimsey, sweetened and flavored, tinder the ti lev of bitters, tonics, Ac., produce effects tai worse than the disease tor which they are taken, so* ». Vdue**! (titters Is a pure louie, s nervine without bidng narcotic, rn blund purifier wit boul poison, a liver louie without purging, and almvc all, n life-gittug stimulant without alcohol. I he ooh medicine with tmh powers In the world. A GENUINE TEMPERANCE BEVERAGE, (ar surpassing alcohol in any shape as a tonic,and it aught be called Ll VCI D LIFE, ii net it stimulates, invigorates and regulates digestion, nutrition, secretion,*acretion.respiration, and .til the functions whereby lite is maintained — we literally take it vitality In spoonsful. It is not too much to assert that tile equal o 11 ii vicar Hitters does not ealst, and no count erparf or compound with similar virtues has ever bean known. CALIFORNIA, it remarkable for nothing else .would be immortalised by the production of the medicinal fruits, roots and herbs of which this Hitters is composed Many of I he in used by the Indians and the media 1 profession in the treatment of chills sod fevers rheumatism, catarrh, consumption, neuralgia headaches, liver complaint, kidney disease, jaundice, gout, piles, boils, skin diseases. Ac , Ac,, too numerous to mention, but easily understood when die action of the Ritters on the vital functions is remembered. The discovery was partly accidents but the present PERFECT BITTEil.S IU TH* RESULT DF KUNCE ^Millions of sufferers have grateful? and gladly endorsed, during me past quarter of a century the wonderful success of this ^PHENOMENAL TONIC OF THE WORLD J THE OLD STYLE lh STRONGER SLIGHTLY BITTER, AFD MORK CATHARTIC. THE NEW STYLE, PLEASANT TO TUI TASTE. AND EXPRESSLY ADAPTED TO DELI CATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. REMEMBER. There is no disease of low vitality, debility o functions, or nervous prostration for which VINEGAR BITTERS IS MOT CURATIVE, and its singular power over the lower organisms renders it the implacable for of THE DEADLY MICRO AND OMNIPRESENT BACTERIA in malarial diseases, cholera, consum|>tion, in tarnal diseases, Ac., ana so great is its power ss s germicide that it is an UNEQUALLED VERMIFUGE A book could be written of its virtues, and ar -other ol testimonials, but it is only necessary to rem rn ber us general action upon the liver, blood brain and nerves, to realise its use in a majority of the Ills that flesh Is heir to, and that no family should ever he without a bottle of OLD AND NEW STYLE VINEGAR BTTTKR4* IN THE HOUSE. Send for our Ladies* book. Address K. ti. MclkONALD OKI G CML, York $500 REWARD! WE will pay the above reward for any cone »f Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Herniae be. Indigestion, I «>ustipation or Costiveness we ■annot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when tbe directions are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction sugar Coated. Large boxes, on tai Ding 30 Pills. 25 cents. Beware of conn-mr felts, and imitations. Tbe genuine man u-fvc un*I only bv JOHN C. W KST A CO. Ao’d by Monroe** Pmakmact. D . kirk, N Y, An A pp! opr tat IWO Mad* for th* Relief of Hsferrr* bv th* Wont hare Floods—!’•«»»-Sylvania Merchant* Pe ti Ga* Congreea to Ald the Shipbuilding Iud .miry—Eulogies «*ii th* Leto Congi eft«usau Gay. WaMUNGTov, April ‘JC.—In the h-Mie yee-%erdMV Mr. OKieUy of Pennsylvania presented tl»e prrs'ee.iings of a mr*-ting *4 bual-tass* men of Philadelphia and a niqtnonai with I,*«*• signatures, and the signatures of the Board of Trade of that city asking tbe aid of congress on the promotion of the kauMing of Anieri'vut ship* to trade with foreign port* and to establish direct mail com muni- at iou with the w*-»teru coart of Afrtivk. liefer red. Mr Flower of New York precented a petition of seveoty-eight dry goods (vmimneuon Louse and woolen manufactarers ai New York, asking for the jias^age of the bill classifying w orated with wee den. Referred. Mr. Cannon of illinois, from the otnmitte« iii appropriation*, reported a joint rewbutton a|>propriMttng f 150,UUU to enakile Die se retory of war to dt-tril»ute rations for the relief of destitute {M-opU in the district over-Kowol by the M ism-el pp i and its tnbutariea. Mr. Bland of Missouri inquired where i\>n-Ir>e found authority te approfnlate m<>u**y I r the relief id the fieople of the various state*. Mr, CaniK>n n-j.liol that be found it in precedents aiel iii starvuig detnaud* of ittJtlU persons. The joint rweolution was } at surd IJK to 34. Oil ua>Uon of Mr. Butterworth of Ohio, yeas, I JO. nay*. Ilk), the bourn* went into committee of tbe whole on the legislature appropriation hill. On mot ton ef Mr. Sayre* of Texas, ou aiiienduwut was adopted providing that hereafter every applewood for exanunaUon before the civ ii service ootnmissiou -.ball be kc-c aiqianied by a certillonte of an officer with lf* ofHrml stial attached of the county and state of which the applicant claims to la* a citueeu; this provisuai only to apply to per eats who may be in the service ami seek pro-fHitnai or appointment in other bi ancbe* tvf I ie goveruiuetiL On mot ti si of Mr. Curumiugs of New York mu amendment wu adopted providing for tin* ‘‘actual” traveling expense* of the commission . ni't.-ad of oavwary traveling ax-lenses, a* provided in the bill. Mr. Butterwidh gave notice that he woukl ask for a *e|»arate vote in tbi* hon** on the a-iiemiinent. saying that “actual" traveling vxpetmn might t*ankrupt tbe government. I his disclosed of the civil service «'inundation c ause of tile bill. An smendmetit offcreil by Mr. Brecken-r.dge of Kentucky to the mint clause providing that au apisopriatioa shall not Im* avail-• sic until ail laws limiting sliver coinage •hall have lieen repealed, was ruli-d out ou a p )iut »rf order After discussion an u min {ort a ut char-sder the house at 5 p. in took a r»sv*-e. In order to meet every probable demand, two formulas of the same ingredients are now pu, up. IN THE BFN ATE Washington, April 26.—Tile senate devoted th*-day yesterday to delist* on the b lid forfeiture btl! and eulogies on the late Representative Gay of l>oui«iana file senate bill constituting Gladstone. ?!ich , a port of delivery iu the customs dis t.iiN of Sultrier wa* r*j*>rted and {tasNed The **-n.its resumed cnn>ideratioa of the r.iilroad laud forfeiture bill, and Mr, Call V-. cut on with his argument in favor of the a ilendnM-nt offered by him as to the for-f- if ure of railroad lands in Florida Pending thedisonssKoi the amate on motion rd Mr Gilsum took up and pa«**d the house j int resolution a p| wop ruatiug I rat.tun to be u *.1 by the secretary of war for the relief of J utitute {lersons in the district overflow**! by tbe Miaii«,i{qM river and its tributaries The consideration of tbe land forfeiture t ill was then resumed. Several tunes during J ti ta Cleech Mr Call (xmiplaineil of th* ajathy ami inattention of senators. Mr. George f»41owe»i Mr. Call ui advocacy of the proposed ametidmetii*. The a mend I eut, be said. proposed only to give tbe poor i an a standing in court by which he could I. serf his rights. Mr. Pasco took the Distr, nd tbe bill went over to Moislay. The senate passed senate bill {irov'idmg an Amer;tan register for th#- New Y< rk oteaiuer J icridssc*, under the name of Conemaugh; * Hate bill appropriating f7.V*iO fora building at Fayetteville. N C. Bu Ingles on ti** late Representative Edward J. Gay of lemisiana were pronounced bv Senators Gibson. Cockrell and Eustis, r solutions dksdai mg tbe sorrow of the sen-u e were adopte>i and as a further mark of aspect the senate adjourned and R Build.na Stone. Call on me u fore buying your slue-walk ISLEY A UU* 7 and V Fast Front •tieet. Whisky, Wine*, Brandle*. General liquor Blore for Faouly tiae OBKKT M’KAf, Lion * treat, near the depot, carding, Bale. keod and Livery st*bk jim* by the day or week ow reaeunabk J. GIFFORD. 301 Central Ave. liq ore'. General luaurauoe and Real Kaiak Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock no* Prompt attention git an to buy in* ling Real Estate Free - Car - Fare! Order your Suita and Pantaloons of the Silver Creek Tailor. He will pay your car fare or tend a line of satuplee to select from #5 to $7 eaved on Suita or Overcoat*. P.O. Box IW,    SIGY    KU    CREEK. IONICS. TS E. Thin! et., cor Deer. nor Meat Market. Freeh, Bait aaa Meal*. Lard. Sauaagea, oyster* and re HEB, J E WELBY , Ai Buy tile Aurora Railroad VV*u n Repairing a specialty. Frank F. Staph Ss K. Third et. . MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, * 316 Central Avenue PROFESSIONAL. . ROLPH, M. D., Physician and Burgeon ver Lyon’* Drug Store Residence, Central Avenue Telephone No. a Call* miv tie left at Lvon’e. C. 0. Penfold Manufacturer aud Importer. SGA MAIN BT., lit PF ALO. N. Y. DEALER IN Diamond*,    Watches ami Jewelry, ( locka, silverware, Leather Goods, etc. KSU RA ti SU, GOLD 4 AIL FAA FLA TI SU A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN 8TKEET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel • awat Agt tai ion A wang th* Peraona Cow- eerwed la the Affair. Nkw Yurk, April 26.—Everybody re ter-sated in the receut batik wrecking matters seemed to he on »b« qui vive hurt night, and important development* aer hinted at «n every aide. Report* that ex-Governor (Tor-neil and Conrail Jordan were to make n long atwtement Hearing up the inyrytery which ha* hitherto attached to tbe peculiar mampula teal ai tbe Sixth National, Equitable and Lennox Hill bank*, caused a great agitation among the tonaller fry connected with th* affair. Some of the latter declared that they hoped all the facts would conia out. white other* expressed the belief that the le<s said alout the matter the better Mr. (TaasNeii. whore trial for plotting to wreck the Sixth National begins soon. declared that he was a victim, and that a full state met it was just what would Hear hun of all suspicion Bank Examiner Heptmrn seemed nervous and denied certain turnout that have lieen cirr*iilatiug b» the effect that hi- ai-thnt in cloning tile Sixth National wa* premature, oiid that hi* *uheequ*nt movement* were open to rritickia Mr. Siginund Merer said that ha was thinking of lousing Mwnebody to **» arrested for alleging I fiat lie wa* (wniier’ted with the w^reekers Ex Governor Cornell wa-seen at his reai-'Wei*. hut rafuwed to reveal the nature of tic*etatement which lie adinttte<l he wan preparing One of the new <l*vt»lopment* in the .sue in retd to be tile discovery, while Henning out the vacated ria NQM of the Eijuitat.l* I si ilk. of anna ballot- that had evidently leen ueed re the election of oflkvtni at the time that l**iik wa* raptured by tile wr»*‘fc*r*. Tin* Imllota, it in real, contain the uauie* of several of the prominent im-n nhor conduct in the affair has been more or lex* a subject of g«J**ip Bettor VlfoHKU en lite Conference. Nr.w Yore. A|>ril Jti —Senor J**w Alfonso, delegate from Chih ta tbs rvxent Pa it-American conference, r»*gret» that through a re-|**rter’s rarel**-eoee« tile remark* of a Chilian citizen sojourning in this country have tw*en pnhhshed a* if emanating from a delegate to tile roaferwoo* The iin-idi*nt make* it ap-pnqiriate, liowever. for Senor Alfonso to express hi* views, which he does as follow*: “I regani the mere bolding of tile conference as an ini|«ortaiit matter in itaelf. While there may be no immediate result* the work d<aie will surely l**ar go»*l fruit in the cud Chili desire* the trad* of tin* country. We ha?* boon most oourieoualy treated by the |iei qile bere, and I d*wire to denounce a* faire ami unwarranted the entire statement made by the citizen referred to." Binit Hi* Wife aud Committed Suicide. ALTI sis a. Pa . April Jfi—At 10:3U o’clock ye*l« i da\ moi lung Daniel Rittman, formerly of Cleveland. O., aged .*i5 years, very mm-h 1 under the influence of liquor, entered th# sleeping Mjiartnieiit of hts residence on Second avenue, this city, and <-a I led to his wile, “You have only half an bour to live.** As Mrs Kit titian sprang from ber bed. tbe drunken man pulled his revolver ami fired several shote at her as she ran from the room. One bullet -battered the left -hookier and a second bullet entered at her Uo-k, {areing almost through her body Rittman then [ fired a tiullet into bis own bead. causing instant death. Mrs. Hitt man will probably recover. The couple had Ixwn married al* nit a year. A Merchant Arrested. Ha IJFAX. April 26.—Jules Hamel, th* largest retail general merchant of St. Pierre. Miquelon, has linen arrested here at the instance of Murdocks Nephews, dry goods merchant*, who lutve a large claim against him. and who alleged that he wa- alout to alwcond to the Tinted State* Mr. Hamel ha* been in financial difficulties for some time, and has been trying to arrange matters wit ‘ hi* creditors. His liabilities are said to lie about $100,6110. of which MG.00O is due Albernell A Co., bankers. Paris, France, who were hi* hacker*. He will heard in court to-dav. 1.11!Kl!ALS PKRPLKXKD. NO HARMONY AMONG THFM ON THE LAND PURCHASE BILL. Mr. Farn all ( nude in wed fur spriuging Mis IB heme Without Taking Iii* Part) Into His tenhilmm — snrions Aspect *f lh* Irish strike*—-4 German Financier Die appetit With Hi* (lieut** Money. LON IXiR, A f »rii 96.—The Liberal* are at taxes ami sevens regarding the government’s land purchase bill. Mr. Gladstone's speech having failed to improve their {xMition, or to encourage them to make a determined fight. As the matter now stands th* bill is not likely to meet with any further real opposition, though it w;ll proltfthly lie subjected to a number of ulteiatioim during it.* committee ^♦age, iii resja >*t of it# concessions to th# landlord-, winch are reoil) too iiumerous and extensive for many of tbe governmeufx ad he ret i L-to swallow Mr, Parnell is coming in for a great deal of hostile criticism Among hts followers for sfmtigiug hoi ■rheme as he did, the ouuBdset of opinion being that it was not oui) iuopportuno, but that in failing to take the Irish {taifilamentary {arty into his confkleocw Ii# displayed a lack of courtesy aint uiipiie«l a measure af proprietorship af the Naii.xtaiisl lueudivrship in the house, whi'*h hi* coUeagtiee ar* di-jioseii torment As a matter of fa-’t this reseiitiiK'iit, not only ou the j ai 11 of the uieniliers of his own (tarty, but ii|* >ii that of many af bis Liberal allis* Lu* Ins-ohm -o pronouiteed that Mr. Parnell may be -ai l to have beeu "sat upm.” The railway strikes are again assuming a serums phase The strike of the porter* and guards on the great southern aud western railway* hnv* (wtralvzcd railway traffic in all {tart* of Ireland south and southwest of I ister. I lie place* of the strikers are tieing tilled a- far a- poaaibiia withclerk* and others equally ignorant of th* duties they have se Mimed, ami the result m that notasiy will travel on the trains unless bs is abaolutely (smqe'lleil to, b~*t tiler may be killed. Only a few trains are run, and those very slowly and with no attempt at regularity. Tho * i gnu I men are among the ino-t active of the striker-, and their place* not having been filled no signals are displayed, necessitating tim movement of train* at suail’s |«<« for b ar of accidents A German tiuancier, named B* ranger, who recently found**! a deposit bank iii Paris ami bas siii>-e done a large business, di*ap|>eHred a few davs ago and hi* continued aliseiio* led to an examination of his accounts. Th* investigation dis* l‘«seil the fact that lie wa* a defaulter in the enormous sum of fCJSO.UUO, aiel ddis'tivfr- were put on bis track. The • •(fillers have a.* yet tv- n unable to hs'ate him d.-tinitely. but have not obtained a clue siittl-cteutly plain to warrant belief that he hasg. >u* New York, whither he i» being followed. A RussiitJi uHii|«uj baa obtained a concession t., coii-ti ucl a system of railways in I ei sia. Tile company is financially siqe {-•rteI by a syndicate of French (‘apitalistx. Tl»e Clajrtwn ftHlInt Hoi Imjulry. Littljc Rook, Ark., April AUnit seventy-five w ituessm wore exaiuineii by tlw’ Clayton Breckenridge investigating committee to terday. The w ltuesses were n.< ist iv ii* 11 *-- Kwh of the inarms awor* that lie vo*teii for Clayton for congress intlie White River precinct in Vt nod ruff*-olm tv at tlw? N v. ne<er election. A re<*<iuiit of the vote- in the prei in I box sh**wed 210 for Breckenridge and only 44 for Clay ton. The majority of the negr«*w who testilied were unable to read About forty witiiesae* from Pine Bluff, th** home of the late John M. Clayton. Will tie examin'd to-day aii«l next w*s-k aU>ut .VZ* witmsami fr*an Plumnier*-viIk*, w liere Clmytrai v a* assassiuateii, will give their evidence. All effort will then tie n a*h lo not univ reveal the identity of the port ic-w ho stole the lalioY lait, but also to find out who killed Clayton. WHtN THIEVES FALL OUT. (•l|*n(te lr*udi Frortieeii by rn Relief ( * rim Gee ie Khiuim Paris, Tex., April 26.—Deputy Mai-sh.d. liSatbernian aud Kirk{»atrick. who bae# re-tunial from a trif to No Man * land and Went*-1 a Ka usa* report a rtup al hx fraud has tireu pi»eti<-wd in Heaven* county, Kaw , upan to* people d tbe Wert I-ast year on account of < I rout b cnq* were *h it and many farmer* veer* rn a**d of DOceOBanee af lifa A relief committee was formed aiel appeals for aid were sent out. Carload* of provision* w*re promptly sent, ami s constant stream of wagon* was engaged in hauling the ft*als to til* alleged sufferers Recently a car load of provision*. *'onsign -d to til# county rumBiis.it>! oame to Lilwrjil and while l‘adiof the waguue tbe lN*TKti-Claries quarreled among thein-elvo* ’I he su*pi cions of the railmad com {any arni th. peep I* of Litoral »^r# sii»u-e«l and they in VMvtigatoil the matter. k was as.ertain.rt Umre had been about 2UU familia- there who bal r.-wdei help. but a- over AW cai loa.U of ax! had been te.oivtxl tbe railroad cxHiqouy cxviicludeii Mmt the wants af itll bad beau amply provided for and demanded full cbargos on ail further freight It was si*.' learned that a shirk eorn(ianv bad beeu formed to tate charge *f th* g'*»l* s* nt there and :h* vh ue* ware l*-te«l at $75 aa.-h Under tbm arrangement lh*ae who nee.led help th* most got the east < val wa- *i*1*1 fat $12 per ton and corn wa* fro*) bn Tiered for whisky with rii'ion*h iners in “No Man's IaumU" Many men bav* filled their amok* housea, ertb*. granarnw and eel I ars with meat, corn eat*, wheat and pota t*#a g I Van bv chantable airan gent Soto* pi*>pl* are said to have kteiuv* enough stored away to last them for years Money m repirted to be plentiful, exrept among the p**»r, who hav* received init little of the go*si* wilt them by g**iier«*us people It is charged that th* Steveua county relief committee wa* organized ta speculate* u|**>u th* < harilahle i>r<*-li v it ie* of tbe peopla of th* count rv A CANADIAN 0UTRAQ1. Ci*uft-d*rat* Memorial Day. Ati-asta, Ga., April 31—Today will lie c- lebrated throughout Georgia aa Memorial a .y- the day ujxm which tile graves of the 4 .*nfederat« dead are decorated. Here in A dante the occasion will he celebrated with eiaborate exer*‘iw*. Invitations to (lortici-{.ate were scut to ail living ex-Coo federate z nerals and the acceptani'es have lieen very ^ leral Gen. Joseph E. Johus4»n. Gen. E. kirby Bm i lh and (tea. J ame* Lougstreet arrived yesterday, and many others are ex-I (-.‘ted The exercise* will consist of laying th** corner stone • f th* Confederate Veteran tome, an oration by Col. J. C. C. Black of .-'tngusta and a grand procession to Oakland tx 11 ie ter v, aud ajipropruite exercises in deoo-11 ..ting the grave* of the Confederate dea*l ti.- re The c tv is full «*f veterans from all p. rt* of Gfxvrgia and adjoining statea Tbe r* Hiikm is more gaiierally attended than any ex*opting that when Jefferson Davis was b i* four years ago. A VV •Uhwt-s'i Gathering. Nxw York. April 36.— Au informal dinner wad tendered to Rev, Th*anas Charta* Edwards by the «*ttioer» of Bt. David's society l.-st night at the Westminster botel, which wa* attended by about fifty des*'endante of Welshmen Tbe guest of the evening was Dx* prim i|N»l of tbe I'mversity College of Waist*, now on a visit to this country. Rx-Ju*tge Noah Da vt* acted as chairman, aud among th*we present were Gen. James. Gelt Williams. Hon Kills H. Roberts, Rev. Mr IJoyd, Rev. D. R Parker and Rev D. A. James. An F.aibt-uling Clerk. pHltJvliEiJ*HiA. A}*nl 26 —John C. Grail tm, 25 years obi. a < ierk at the iiMxitne d.*srt of tbe IVnnsy I va ma company for m-*.mince on live* and grarTtlng annuities, waived a hearing and wa* couuiutte*! to au-6 ver the charge of entbeixluig about $ti.UK>, trt.mging to bm etnpkiyerv The defalcation b atti ibuted to gambling and fast company. He moved fer Inefltcieney. Coi.UMBUM, O.. April 26 —Governor Campti d! removed W. H. Cap|**ltar from the offloe of state railroad and telegraph commissioner for aitag-rt inefticieiK'y and dereliction of duty and appointed in hi- [dace J. A. Norton of Tiffin The senate confirmed the removal ami Norton's app-.nUncut. Counterfeiter* Cw|iturr«l. PlTTxmiui, Ajiril Sit— Deputy Marshal Garber. Marshal Hana and 4 tfihier M*\Swe**ny tit this city. arrested at Stov<-*town, Somerset county. Jeremiah Wilt. E*lwarxl Rrixlian, John Rridian and John Hi{*c. all chtrge*! with counterfeiting. At the house of J«ibn Bri«baii was foun I a mould for half dollars ami some counterfeit money and a little wa* obtained from one of the others. Wilt aud Nip* are c*«al miners and the Bn.-!.an Brother* are contraHoro. They will lie br«»ught to this city.    __ Sensational Testimony. New York. A|>nl 26.—In the trial of O'Donovan R*»e« for lilieiling P 8. t'assi-day. the latter testified that the Hist trouble he had with R iwb wa* in IBM. when a bill wa* rendered for the payment of $15 to a man named Jim Brown for attempting to aa-sosinate “Red” Jim McDermott. Before tbi* sensational tmtimuny had been explained Die court adjourned. After Seven Year* litten***. Reading. Pa , A{inl 26.— The la'ge furnace of Die Reading Railroad com[iany at Temple, this county, wa- started up Thursday night after tieing idle seven years. YW terxlay aftem*v*n the first ca-t wa* ma*ta It is «ine of the conqiany'ft text furnace* Th# majority of the furnaces of the coo {«*ny are now iii operation. Urged Not to Commit Outrage*. Vienna, April 26.—The leaders of the various labor organizations have ap[*enle«l tx* the workingmen to refrain from committing outrages cm lalior *lny. Tbe rifle factory at Steyr aiel many other large e*tatih*bmciiL* will voluntarily give their employes a holiday on May L lucres*e In ship Building. Boston, April Si —The Herald * Augusta, Me.. spe**ial says:    last    year's ship building season in this state showed -a great increase over previous -es-ons. and a careful review of the field seem* to make it safe to -tate that this year'* building will greatly exceed that d I MXH Iii-* in th* Hest River. Sh he vk FOHT, La.. April 2H.—Refiortefnn from the upper Red river, above Fu bm. in du-ate a big rise. en use. I by the h* avy rain* The stream* are lank lull aiel if the rn# reaches here it w ill flood a good <ieal of low country. Another Fire at Catst-aqua. A LI-KITTO BTN. Pa., Ajiril 26.— Another fire in the rums of the Unii'oni silk mill at (.'ala-aqun yesterday caused further amagt Ui the extent of $40,UUU. A quantity of silk store.I in tbe nulls was destroyed Tit* Dose was fatal. AMsTKRI*ak. N Y., April *36. — Lizzie J. Jackson, aged JI years, died from an over done of od of wintergreen Mbe took foul chi ti*‘es to allay pain. Piny-lve tori boa. VI ex XA. April 26.—Since April I fifty-flvt ■trike* have occurred in Ad tnt martinis Cwsequeaews I.ikeljr. (▼I OI < I TFR, Musk , A[*ril *26. — Copt J -sei h .Smith, agent and [Wirt owner of th* schooner ll qnd I raiisit. w In* h is rejsirted to h. ve met with outrageous treatment attila h <nd- of th** Newfoundland ofti ial*. say* he tu»* n*it received from U’apt. White any parti* ulars of the affair He say* the ves-el was ic*t fishing, but wa* under register engaged iii the f«*r**GTi trade, subject to all customs re- 'ulatmn* aint entitled to all privileges acts r* ie* I to any merchant vesel Ttie unaui-ntous opinion here is that if the facts are as ) reported the officials have committed a violation of law wb <h is likely to have serious consequences Aa Amerleaa \e»*el‘» Carja Throws Bx*rboar«|—lh* Captain K*»1'!'H. New York, A[*rd 26. - A Hei.ibl special from Bt Pierre, Miquelon, says; Captain St hit* of the schooner Rapid Transit ut Gloucester entered Fort Ii os Bay last month under register with salt, ta procure a cargo of herring, having previously taken a *wtge of ti< zeti herring to Boston utntar hon*i. After hi* arrival he wa* hoarded by Customs Officer Mullinwho, ou exatninin; hi* !*aj* r- and finding them «x>i re*'t. enter**) and cleared til* w-boooer coastwise and Bb-mande^i the duty on the salt which White ‘•ar i nd He then authorize*! Ca[*tain White to I<>«<1, Vt hite's former bond beiug related bv Oil-le.-t.it (‘lint**n f.ir that purfioNe Sulee*|iieutlv, when White’s v*«c**l was ihnriy I*si*led with herring, lawfully pur-ha-e*|. arrived tbe rsvanue steamer Fiona, w ith judge aud court IV bite wa* summoned to ap|>car and given thirty minute** to decide whether tog** to jail for three months and hav* bis cargo oonfl*-cated, or retain eighty barrels of herrings, the quantity allowed fishing vessel*, and pay a Ii* ense fee, V\ bite replied: “I will do neither”; but, he-ing i*oiiipede*l to de< »*te, a«-«-e[»ted the latter, wliereii|M>n 4 apt SI*<»rath of th* Fiona sent hi* crew and threw everboard from the Ha iii Transit 1,14X11 .artel* of herring, ('apt W bite stating to hun at the tuna: “ You do this on your ow® responsibility.’’ lie then paid to th* court instead of going ta prison Intense excitement exist* among th* American *'M] it Mins now here on account of th* arbitrary ruling of the court ami th* destruction of private property, involving serious his* aiel damage to tbe owner*. Caph While return* home with tun empty vessel au*i will seek redress A SENSATIONAL CASE. I he venters' first ('oners* ion. Chicago, April ‘hi.—Tlw Master Carpenters a nd Builders' asNociation have ismsented to a conterence with committee* from the 4. itiaen*' association, tbe new hwas' as*** la ti*41 and striking (.ar]teiilers toilay with a vaw to bringing the strike to alien*!. Th* r»l<I rna*tei* in promising to meet tbe three remnmtee* made the one condition that they .-h >ua1 (‘nine se|>arately and ajipointed the lam* for the meeting. This is th* first coner ..-iou made by tho mortars. If a plan of arbitration i» reached it will take uearly a t weak to settle all the question.- in dispute. I ((reals of Killing. New Y* irk, April ‘ii.—Home comment w a* eau***! by the apperiranre iii The Evening Post of a letter from R. W. Gilder, editor of Th# Contui y, to the effect that he had become aware of th rents bemg iua*1e to kill somebody ou account of The Post’s [>nbh*a-ti*io of charge* iiganist [loliti.-al lea.ler*. Mr. (*ii*lrr wa- seen and admitted that he knew of such threats, but lie would not say who made thorn. He had written the letter as a warning and from a sense of duty as a citizen. He w a* not in politics, and hail no l*n»ouai interest in Die matter. flood K*-ftigee* It rough t In Baton Roca*, la, April 26.—-Th* relief st ame Da*•*•»ah brought in y#<st*-r*lay about (ilk) [*-.•}!*•- and a large number of cattie from tne overt!* *wed district. Tile fieopie are in***ily uegmre. They readily find employ-iu»-nL as a nuinlier of planters from the interior are here looking for hand*. The break iii Die obi Morgan-ea levee i* GBI feet wide aiel tbe br* «k in th * (drand levee is I,(XX) feet wide and wash lug rapidly. To IG* Ma le an A ret)Iii*bop. Hi IMT, A pr ii 26 — The [tope ha* announced that at the creeiwtory the bishop of Malta will be el**vat«s! to th*- rank of archbishop in animiGitw with the terms of agreement between t e Y;iti«-Hn aud Iren. Simmons, the Bnti-ii sfiecial envoy from Malta 4 ppolot incur* Mad*. J ACKS* in VII JJE, Fin, April 26. — Tbs governor ha- appointed Gen. W. D. Barnes, the present stab comptroller, a* judge of th* Firs* circuit, to succeed the hue Jii.lge Mc-Gi xii He ha* a[i[i**inted ex-Goveruor W. D. Btaxham a* *-.mptroller. Active (iermsna I/nxD*ix. April 26 — Th# Times’ di*qiatch from Zanzibar say- the Oermans have constructed a fortified station at Mt. K>nia. thus forma It annexing ’iuit territory to th# < herman po^ sadoo.- ROUSIXB BH If BARGAINS at the- EILIE STT? 1ZS.3SS For eTerybody. The grandest stock of itoaseh id Articles, Tinware, Kitcheu 4}o4mIs, GI ass ware. (’rockery aud Woodenware, for the n|>ring and summer deadon that ever wa* exhibit! d in Dunkirk. Ladies and Children's Hats an I Millinery Trimmings, Baskets and Willow-ware. Kit! Gloves, Hosiery and Corsets.    Indies' aud Gentlemen !* Furnishing Goods, Yarns and Worsteds, Infants \\ oar. Bibbons, Laces, and Embroideries, Dress Trimmings. Buttons. Plush and Leather Toilet Articles, Soaps sud Perfumery. Dolls. Mechanical Toys and Seasonable flames, Express Wagons, Children’s Carriages. Airin' Tricycle*, Bicycles and Toys, Fancy Braids aud Threads, Working Materials for fancy Art Work complete line of Notions and Underwear. Chair seats square and all shapes, JO    Black en tincted handle strainers, 3c. lo Rh-.    No, 2 xteel oilers, .V Large strong delivery wagon*. 11.85.    Double cut gimlet bits, assorted sixes, Window M i* * ii- '|*')iig sides - :    ic. 98c., 35c., 45c. Handy book racks only, Toe. Tbermotnclors large size only, 10c. Lunch baskets, clothes hampers, waste aud picnic baskets a specialty, Pillow sham holders per [lair. 23c. Bt and sewing baskets. Knife and fork baskets Shelf paper, all colors per dozen, 2c. J Strong kitchen knives, 9c. Best steel screw drivers, 8c. One-thousand doublowouth picks, fie, Forged steel Urge screw drivers. 5c Bure cftlch-'etn rat traps. 10c. Bronzed hat am) coat racks, 5c. Bronzed vine shape shell brackets I size 4x6 per pair,'9c. Japanned shelf brackets size 0x8 per Patent dress forms adjustable for jiair,4l0c. draping, %3 NO. Towel rollers, 9 ami inc. Towel tacks, (portable). 95c Large wooden spoons, 4c Combination house tool, 25c. Wood buller knives,bye. Maple rolling.pi as best quality, 9c Br assail to vc rests, He. Heavy wire potato mashers, 5c. Two foot jointed rules (box wood brass ends), 7e. Handy pocket wrenches, loc Nickel phoenix shears. Hirable spoons, six for Bk*. Tea spoons, six for 5c Box wood mustard spoons, 3c Japanned pliers. 3c. Nickel plated cork -crews, or Nutmeg graters, 2c. Handy broom holders, 3c. Japan tic*! eau openers. 5c. Fancy nickeled can openers. 9c. A No. I spring balances 24 pounds, 10c. Chandelier hooks for ceiling, 5c. Bink cleaners, 4c. Door bolts, 10c. Stove lifters, Ic. Combination stove lifters, 7c. Kitchen sharpening stones, 10c. Farmers monkey wrenches, 23c. Long stove pokers, 5c. (’lay spades for plants, or fire tongs. 25c. (’arpenters'gaiige, 10c Mahogany broom holders 10c Tea and cr He -train* rs, 4r. Japanned shelf brackets size 4x5 per | pair, 5c. F.x large shelf brackets size 8x12 per j pair, 18c. Clothes lino pulleys, 10c. Tack claws, 5c. (’oat.hooks, three for 5c. Crown tea’pot stands, 5c. I,amp wicks per dozen, 4c. Lamp burners, 5c Infants feeding bottles, lfic. Lamp chimneys, 4 ami 5c. I Counter brushes, 23c Door and gate springs, (complete) 19e. Japanned sash lifts each, 2c dozen IB*: Steel scratch awls, 4c Shutter knobs, 4c. Polished drawer pull*, 4c. Beveil book hat and coat racks, 5c. Ten hook hat aud coat rarkn, 10c. I**iii lied asb knife boxes, IOC, Patent folding ironing board aud stand, only ll .50. Thirteen bar clothes bars, (We. Folding wash benches, 9*c Fancy decorated stove board, 91.18 Fancy [minted toilet pails, 33c. Home Hour sifters, 17c. CharloDe russe [inns, 10c Stamped Jelly rn mids, 10c. Best tin sponge cake pans, Or. Indian mea* bread pans, 4c. Brick loaf bread puns, 5 and Hr. Oatmeal boilers, 65c. Ten quart dish pans. 12c. Eight quart dish puns, 10c. ER.IE STORE. ROOMS TO RENT In the Kerch nil* B ink lluil*litiKqsg—v* I aq nil * $ f lf    Jacob Wirtnernr Frank May. YTi* Fio«l lite «rm Hull at I’ula-kl—Murder Nan rn* Iv Avoided. (JawBCRi. N Y., April 36. —The *econ(l trial of th* sour** hat famous caw of Edward K Frost agnut-4 hi* wife, Mary J. Kr«i*t, for utsMilute divorce rani# to an sod at Pulaski Thunday. ll wa* one of tbe wart sensational and Btu Idiom Iv coute-tod case* ever tried in till.- section. Til* trial lasted ten‘lava, and ninety-sight witnesses were sworn. Much bitli-rii* was -bown and rank [wrjtiry wa* introduced. The* as* wax mnimsil up by Recorder C. N. Bulger of this city and John J ljnn*ires, the two in*wt el*»pi*‘i«t aiftl for»*ihta-|**uker> at th# Oswego * -< rn ut y liar. Each s[sik»* three hiHirv. Mr. Bulger’* pin* was verv aff .active, and move*! four of the jury lo tears Invade* many of th* audience. Just I*** Wiluamx (‘barged tis* jury at C o’clock Thursday night. At 7 o'clock in the morning th* y ha*! not agree*!, and he ordered them locked up until 4 o’clock this afternoon, as he had (teen «uinmoned to the hed-id* of a rick <‘hild and    not    return    before    that tim*. Th* < as* h.’is d**v»dop»-(i many sensational f* a'me- at Ii**th trials. On the ii ret trial lawyer Ij»m**rei* was ►tiilLk down in court bv the brother of a f*-mata witiless, Yester*lay one of th* wit-lu-saes for ti*e [duintiff, a Mrs. Lorraine, liou^ht a revolver for the purple «if vtnot jug Rec*>rder Bulger. Soineltody [Mjste*) the judge and the wsnau fle.1. I iffi< ere are looking for her. Cfiargnd Glib Forgery. Bai.KK. Mavs., A|>ril 26 — A warrant was isAned for the arre*t of George B. Ive*. *x-asMstont dL-trict attorney, on a charge of forgery. I be amount ta said to be $30,000, and the names forged were those of 8*dom*m I unroll! ami B K. Fabens. I rn- complaint is made b> Die ii ret Na th* ital hank of Salem, w bleb hrl*l $1>',« o of the [*a]s*r; til* Salem National bank hold- *7,OHO; Asiatic Nati onal of Salem. flit), and the National (band latiik of Marblehead 91,54Xt. It is also slated Des ha* ms *1 up his wifes estate of $<*d,(J4XJ and Die Jonathan Bianey e-tate of which ne was trustee, to the amount of $7.fibU. 'Hie money, be says. was u-ed in ••xirn^agont living. CARL SCHAUER ^59 East Third St., Ha.4* just received a Fill I line til T lf Overcoat: id torjff Etjual to any in the city, and at pricer that will pay yon to see him befoi purcliasing. linran wed H right Fail. New York. April vfi lh* D>iran-Wright #•* .tnpant, one of tbe I irge-t bucket sh qi- iii exi-tenrw( with bi ai.< h— ail over tlieomnitrv. su«[**n*l*sl |et) inent yesterday. Nettlier <»f Die partner- i- n th* <’i*y on*! the rainier states tliat one i- in Evra|« and the oilier out of town. In tin* office of the concern the em I ti* IV es stale* I u<>one th re trad authority to <qi*ak on til* matter. Found Dead in rn Hotel. Tm>T, N. Y . April 26 —A girl, JO years of age. registered at the Breton hoax* iii this city Thursday as Lizzie Meyerx of Ruston and procured a room, where she wa* found dead Fri*iay lunrnmg from a d'W of arsenic. Kemp Win* th* Rare. 8vdxkt. N S W . April 26. Th* xcuiliug roc* for th* championship of the work! between Peter Kemp and Ned Mattersun. took p’ao# yesterday on the Paramatta river aud resulted in a victory for Kemp. DUH SPRING AND SI MMER LINE OF OM Tie: ani Elim: WK HAYE IHI VT IN RA I ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM MI NGS. W E A LSO H A V E A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEATHER SLIPPER, V ITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 13 Centre Street. Buffalo, N. V. We have frequent requentH by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive but we b«*g to ask for particulars in regard to the sample* wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or flouncing!*, also what width and some idea 4>f 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 simply unparalled. There are edgings from ^ 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 material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing)* in the different widths from 18 inches to GO inches. Special lines of cambric edges at ac, 10c, 12Jc, 15c and 25c per yard. APaM, MX CD KUM A ANDKKMOM. New goods for this season are coining in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goes Is stock. By “complete1’ 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. Adam, Meldrum &. Anderson DRY GOODS. arpets and Draperies, Itook«|aii(l stationary, AMERICAN BUICK. :tur,-40'i MAIS STREET, BUFFALO. N. V. .(-lo to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. LAMP CHUM NEYS DO YOUR LAIV!P UfyHYIIMbmw? YOU CET THE WPONC TO PT ; The RIGHT ONES j    af    5    _______    I ARE CALLED PEARL TOP ANO ARE Made Mlf by GEO. A. MACBETH ACCL PITTSBURGH. PA. ;

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