Dunkirk Evening Observer, April 29, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK N. Y . TUESDAY. APRIL I*"'. N<). * 4 H EP ti ES ESTA TI VE MOI imOAWES. Bl U SIN ESS HOUSES KEW**-E* mu. I#«€T it MHThOUT FUMChiNG. IU W til mu ^ va HU OF DUNKIRK A sr rf Kl 1I>G MMU»I for .-.iii*! A »-* Kl» l« af blank* u tor Latest wtdHM *" b. Merkaairai Dewart*#® to! DuakirklPnaliatfLoteU*1" RESTRICTION 0*1 THE PRESS MEETING AN EMERGENCY. ' •    Nim    U KruUli Riel DC J A NKI** Apr* •un l*Tfni»n ha* pier:ne it* psktvskjse and •aiaru.’kf rumor*.” paper* ar tfarsugB ti# < artful Fria*. #» —The ptx.ru*-issued a I we rue •t mtmirrn aewn" either sa im»» •FaanauaaisB of aov. h*ll on the repeal of Two-DOLLAR-A-Oav LAW The a LEVA.NDER ^ Caci A Csairoi Arm***, SavoA Ail grad#* of ff «jH Lumbar, khiagte* A*Lr    CorreapsfoteBsn •ethel tad. aud Woad Yard. Tv* opposite JiieCai Pa** liar I aad soft Loa!. Ud I att Free tor wtoUeair UA# K. tiirrtiKl), CSS aad * caatrai Are Art***# Paou^raj-.uer I aataataaauur of Bate** a S|»s*u*uy Cutters ct tor 9 .u»L.br eiropt motograpks l.r I.uu* BLNUntl d4«w Ibvins, Pr-I) pnefc>r Ny. i« t    “uf* fall ivrvwt, V»iihkirk, Bt. T Ma*»t.i*^. M PaaapLteta. etc., bouad is a. prompt.y st leaded to All MMsty!#*. *tr lerv •ort guaraatanl. Pr n»*M y Im *« ^ k Acct'Kb N T. Apr!! R-TV ma* at Auburn where Kern ta ber Aaa arc a ait mr encl ■abiuret wa xiDdaf far hie a*arb Cf sleetnotf wa* built ic JHS aad the boer* (raw .ap around it uh* We boma* af the renajatry around a *reat aaaor bouse I* took* morn like a a*: ta Wan a jail and Ka top la Mnseuatad by a ftvlal copper flours of a soldier in coati brutal uniform ae Inappropriate aad aa ain a* the painted decoration* aa aa iron af* The op per collier aaa typical yon artar af tha p«opJ# af Auburn a their « par heck. interest in what aucht ha iota* a laa*d* tha saana wait* arar whee* ha ta* stood and Kept ruard for arar bai/ a eatery lh* Cie prison bae aa aterMU tiler pma it by aith the col ie in pc Ii UKC MEK A CHOC EEK! HOUSE. SIP central arenae. d familiarity. and m ba* lea* cockler* Wa puntoAca vin* n ti ma in their err# be raornad W nu lean ie a nd ret*. it.- * b. in, «».aweaare .UllTAiglA ICI and Bu* rd .ag HOTEL. ce, Ii per lay Stabie i* omneetooa. Vietir E. ier, SSE aad ST Lion •irrec C‘T¥ endear BA El ir Ii %HOP caaa. Smg’a, Prole Lane StR#* Hollo iv*- Bank, comer ucatsr and Third itmeu A lac iwd o* Pure.rn aad DoaaeeOc cig ara a 'OBHLX* A SONI. I    Ste    cantar    aware. Practice. borto-okuera Pnrweicar aliene J* eaId to in wrier af hoi new. nhosisg «* r** aa a trotting aorta a apaeuLty D UN EIKE E V EN IN ll O BC EEV ER ! .argwai Oaay la it* co nary. An »ia*qte--#d advertisiag uadi am DI * EIKE t>ul>t£KIBu COMPAU Forwsrtj Micr A f\>p»is-Hnn iLtacturers of a arm ae, Anler*, Falisy*. snajftiua Haagerv. ate. Pattern*. r arg'.bf*. LaetiLgs, and* aob. ne W irk to order -    SHIRT    CO,    SUB, AA and AT I I canter etxeat, Man a Inc lurer* al U»* ^romweii- and •LMiaXirk" perfect - I inn* Dreaa blurt*. Da a * -wuus* and dry food* no aaa* i* Dank J-A D.r TOOHEY. U4 and ae Lion •creel. Dealer rn Floor, Feed. AL Bn.ed tUy. Pe e pea tea. tv. Estauushsd. UTT tmn HOTEL and Din-na Soiuoa, Loon , Depot. Los* acceaa s. a... urn.aa and bur aaa* no.awa. Best *•'*» amodau'n* I or Coo. aer:.A Trare.em.    _ J one J Morphy. Prop. I'1 HUBKA A CO, ^    yT    ana    * E Tt rd a tree i. f'.ae Furn.turn. cabinet * are aad I p-aoiatenof. Pitter* F mama at* ie A order. 1^' D. HATT ECON A CO, Hi centre. Am. Laager* at Fawn. on and Denham** Un th u*r* ll A KELI- STEAM HEA TOD OO, Manufncturer* af Steam Haena# Apparat',* Sa-utero P.umbinf a Specialty. c OME STEAM LACNDRI. Mi *17 • pec.a.ce*■ Fine Sb.rt*. CUE*, ic, and Lnoe earth. aa. A W. camia-af* HT cee ta n R. OEHM. E Third at, cor of B ;Sai© Hen alar lurer and taa.ar rn F na B«xd* A Shoe* WEILER « HEW STORE. :W E Th*rd en Hooka. »tau-marx, M rn ca. in-|UU f »•     .    , nohow. Rook* a »^scinity. HENK* I T hire SC BOJhk. sihuuuaij. wa. ai »■ MTUflMfitA*MAf ii    J    iiitl n RtliJ 44 * efwythiAS pertain.af p^^lre^eina^hDA OB PE1NTIBCO of e»«ry deter.peon an i^weat unaf rata# by Dunkirk Prinunf Coni pan-', I aad IS h, saoond bk H. TAK BUEEJk a AOBI. Accident aad Denami L rn Man. Lata ie and uet»- C aiwt.con paid to the cmd of property im# recta J^^lSOenkH^A^h^w- • I OBkoE S PHARMACY. IOO centra. Areaua Head.*aerier* for Mall Paper Pami .CHla. Wa I .ERRIN'*. J. W, wr    Ah canter *traek Mhholhctarer and denier rn Hnr»«wa, Sa.' Ila*, 11^4',** cc,.am, Trunk*. A Apa, Bul AO Robe*. Horne O rem Goo*** Mitten*and »i*ifC Kooen J) SCHOLTEN. IT heat Th. rd atreek aaSjiOUSbie Ta or Denkaman *r lad to taeir adTaatnf* to on. on ma mlore per^naam# •iaawhara. _   _    ____ I> B. CARY A CO, SM Lion • treat- _ ^    . Dinara. Hnrlwara.Mhiie Land.OHaJtUhtar** ie* OL Cdotha, Grac te Mara. A •pscm.-ilmws Pa.ut and Monro* ran** tea.ar a I • ported aal »Jbry weui dx el thew buAOrw aa ancua-•roe*ii y aa tWvUfb urn epes of the *tW ouutry aad of aountnae acrmm the wa aer* sot turned eat ft with morbid, bn rear. I * eelecttllc iutrnmt And while all tWene people may wonder at che delay, eery few    to    #*w*»der We effect tt amy bare on the murdrrrr or on re#ars bim in any other light eibyect of aa ax per. ic eat of great Hic .ntrreak Fur an ekct/W eJtecutioa m At aa exper.meat Aad bow aunwaafal -he «xj*l uUok amy he wa* partial!* des , sa**rate.j when War>i*m DuiwUtDexplained end rehearsed the execution fur the bene Ba ti A few reporter* af the Catted Preen Ajbxow them wan Dr A P Southwick. me of the elate eomm.eaioaer*. whe ae 'oxnpanird them, aad who bae expertment-sd aa over loc ani run to had ha* n. dru«* A*mr half a doxea chair* for aa* ta execs don by olectrvity Be *a aho wa the hair wbi 'h ha* finally been da vied ape a. the one constructed be Wardea Duma hlmaelf aud of which he la eery J net ie proud He thought there wa* perhaps a •uperabu adance at sri ape aud fast*-king* out it is a matter of opiDicm “I hare killed rn my ax per. mea ta oe*r a bandrol d ig*.” said Dr Southwick." by toectncitj and I have ueeer found tt uecea-tc bend them Th# only parapber ecesnary be.ag n ut between ’heir teeth which wa- fastened to the m’-ixxle end which with tha anil va aad rn ne reed m ami on- ta the a1 mouth formed a com plate circuli *Cfn the nectweary wire* were attached All I found it needful to do wa* x at trad lh* dog • attention by a ward end then run on the surreal A* long a* Ute current wa* prolonged the dog etood rigid a- if ha were frown The moment n wa* tuned off he fell limp and . u«t rung I believe that wuen thia n.etI.od of «xecn Auh reachwa it# perfection them will bs aa attle paraphernal.* a* I mwxl then and .hat ail thew* air*pa and land- will be loo* away with a To -hew how quickly the victim of Hie •x pen mea I could be arranged in pi tee for *ua taking off. att* af th* 'Taitom wa* yin ml .a the chair ana the «trap* aud the piece arr* placed over him The erne wae very brief rh* chair iter!/ is a nraight-h* lad. large arm-chair with a aoveable hand rest faahloHEwd aoooewbai tm tha principal of the b«ad-re*t oa a bar bar • or den ti-ta wLair Over the top of We chai: back is a wooden aum bar -4.** :trough which pas— th* wire attached ta We cap and which rest* 0a the victim to lead There are in all eight broad leather *r*pe attached to the chair, all of which ha- e to be fastened Two of th--e fasten -ne bndv one hold* tn« deirnd, two fasten th* am,- one pateaai over each wn*t, UM. the a^«kil lab leu- th* leather WM bet 1.u»ler .na cl.a axel %. rre •yea la*vtug tile mouth ana auntnto ai perm.! in* ca >uurd atta* la breathe Vjt a imu aw or aw ai leant be: ore ii :»ov«r Kern ii 11 cr a u-«^t .n.portaut rarebit act ta* hee., the maa.ug of Ll- will He ieft to* pttifu,’.} tea llano* he ov.u.- to those whan, he . ta • -a m-i.hUcI a.lh rn the •n» cl Ho B*Me went to Da i«4 Mc Bt augh ton Lo- pm- keeper and the testa t ve -BUI* W em pie th* other watch He onv« the ~piga in clever,” with ehich be am oms h:maeif. to Rev Dr Houghton, and his (date ta Mr Yates, tbs maos chaplain To Mr* Du rat-on he gave toe pr.mer from which ha learned to read antler her teaching and ha little book of Hi hie storm* Them* absolutely nothing nowt am to when the electnv-uuoa will Ake place, bot U ie pwpulariy auppoerd hat it will oscar *wm* tim* before Th a rn lay morning Ute; 1 v..am ¥ rat Deiiv ai Fir* L.fe. ■Deal* Fax!—Mr ■dollar I K ruso. •lien a* biaak-book*. ledgem, and AI a md* ai basil done ai Dunkirk Pr.auag Company, S and to E. Second SC BU IKJ LPH MOI_l>E>HAL ER. Cor. Third aad Buffalo St* Dea*er 1* Drams*. Mart ie, i *ef.Lt an*' Bu. 'Lax Ntona. Cad aa at* yefow buna* ir ii Ye-walk your 1 R ISLEY to CO,    _ ? aad I Int Yr -ai scraet- Whiakv, Wine*. Bran Lea ^roaara. Xoqoor Srnre for Family Ca* Praapa—lve senna* ta k Leal* RT Lor Ik Apa At —A can ▼ am na*ie rn every representative trad* in thto sty to learn the pnjaprcta of May troubles The carpentem will strike for eight boun •ad ES oenta aa hour aad will be backed »y the Federation Them are 4.UOO jour-lermen in the atty, two-thirds of whom ere mem bern of th* union. Of this nom aer £ per cent nm getting the mquirad terms and the same proportion af non Anion men ar* work ag on the demand on We ached ale A amal! strike ai tine smelt im IE/ men it in program rn Carondelet Th* demand is for Che restoration of tear hee barged men Th* otgarmakem am working eight bourn and report only en* nan out af work The pain tem will *t r.ke for eight bourn. Of ak brewer* salt Mo art in the onion They wiil demand ten bourn on week day* aad between three and sight hour* 00 Sunday None of the r cadee •how «gn* of a strike Robert m eat, Lion street, a boartixm. Sato. Fsad by tbs day or •lac un# ieran •ar Ute ie pot and Livsry Stable week ob reaeoaato* Sam J. GIFFORD. SOI Cenarai av*. Cl rfLim <ieoeral Iasuraae* ana Rem k*tav run- F.r*. Lake, Aocide&L ani’ Llv* Stock DmSaaca. Vn mpt aimanoB git sa lo bunns aad SSL: rig Real *•«*» c. JOS TS E. Third SL. oor IWer Msai Market I rash, amt MaaSs, LarL §*o*ag**. Th* terymun Skill Haig Oat Chic Awe April Ait — The carpenter*’ ♦ink* prvweots no new features Reports meal end at tha strikers’ beadq uarters were to the effect that no work wa* being done AI th* meeting of th* Carpenter* council a plan of working witk the new Boose*’ assodnoou wa* 00maid*md The latter or->-ac Ltfkxi ha* leaned a call to all conine-aam to em them to join the en a a view to resuming business tic Foainry. W A TC MEA. J* WELBY. EC. •Buy tits A irer* Railroad WaicA - - .. Frank W mocked Msrchaal Tailor. SS Castra! Av**sr R. PROF EfeNlO> AL T. ROLPH. M D., PbvsiciAa sad Surgwxn ..Ho* over Ly ai # Drag N*ore. _ Bee: de aor Caatrai Atma Xelepcooe Bo. S. Call* (ivy b* left at Lvon’s. DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? . \/ YOU CET THC WRONG SORT; THE RICHT ONES HECKLED PEARL TOP ANO ARE Si* nil lf GEO. A. MACBETH k CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. telegram* under the pewvi**«-ii* mf the da cree of Dec 'A ISM, wtotk subjects the not use. I to military junsd ice sa Th# pa ll* ax ion *f false sew*, injurious lo the stability of the gsvemmetit. comes chere I iv under to* class: fica! is* of oon-spirary against tbs rep*MV aad it* government The decree is severely eriti* ssd though the go venomed! declares thai It does tis* intend ta rvetnct the liberty ai hr press but -implv to put s Hop ta th* literary activity af its enemies In an aru* to written bv Dr An«tids* Lebo ex minister af uhs int mw abe feL lawing statement is made Th*-re most exist, enveloped in * cloud of mystery which the provisional gnvrmmeat ha* not Wee able ta pmetrate. an element that ie conspiring against our prewar ’net it ut ion* and against th* future of the republic. Them I* •• >n.eta mg singular in the report- which from time la time spring into i m uiation and whack am becoming mum and na-.ire freqsent They originate sinai-taneutudy at distent poiuti* ami -prsnd ever the '/onntry as if conveyed by a network of wire* The Insurrection *f th* soldier* wa* preciously announced at dif farenI pities Th* provua anal govern-meat could pea* m rn that *om* hidden hand was touching the spring- of the plot against it bim this hand K was sd* abt* to discover New* fn-tn the I a tenor skates thai mach commotion has bean ca .wd by tha reports from Ria In th* stare of Rio de Janeiro the police farces in the -mal! town* wert withdrawn ta the capital lf th* Biti rn tm v»lurt the A* tok4ig»d ta i«*M S|>«rsiiua,— TW AwwW. Pmm tVa € apt tot A pc Ism aa o*4 Raged fruMi Hill Alaany. April M —isbvsruor Hill a1 lowed tha El e-dmy rwpeei bill to beearn* * law v*—terdav    In a memorandum he any* "In »h* vt#w which I feel compelled ta take af th* mea- im if becomes unnecessary ta con-ider the merit* of th* sc! pm pwwd bs bs repealed An emergency to prewnted which praekicaily over-»hadow* Tm€ Vamoenamor traal ■Wa roe a* « — ------- Mb His herr- bv* sd ika Waaaaa OyaMy Mr H LLY JI /, April 9*    f\* af Mr* Cerro VMdrtftdl far sttrppbBf ** -luwiy pc ana aer to^sm Frank Nwr man ta death by administer ug cFtf an sd a hts t md w-.ib 'be alleged abject af ab-tam. ag ai insurance rn stogy sa his bb ww hr-arui bern ymsertiaff TW ease sn (Re* it real intern* and peep!- ha** Omar in from all the enrruundiag country as bs present in court Dr Hull, th* phy-xnea wh* art rn* led young Nonnas wa* Ck* sa IJ w’.tcew yesterday He testified .Sac when he was called in W found Merman feeble and emaciated and despite all seed ii a1 treatment the youth grew rapidly lit 11    --    t    v    i^i f- rn wm -aw and heard ar the house that thing was wrong He openD accused Mm Vandergrift af adm in..-taring croacm tf.ai    q•.«—«tion    Th* tofftsInturn nf .aet    (id, aid    toll her vhe aught ta    be in jail year    rn huh    pawed the original act omit    j    sh* did    not deny the barge    semi whoa Hull weut further aad accused bar ai I    bavin*    f« uixi ber bu.-band    Sh* merely enacted the    law    and then adjuiLTLied with-    -es.*.mi    aiutlrr pb > <u* ab and threatened providing the mean* ta *ff cut unify j w am*» Dr Hull for defamation af char ted to make th* additional appropriation I J ^ ta enforce it* prov isiona It oat AN N VEST I GAT ION ASKEO Yertaoa Chargoe Agata** Fo«*m**eae Wheat of th* Hmm. New York. .April st— a Washington despatch la The Sun tag- aeneus ck ar pea ere pronounced against James Wheat. past master of th* hause of rrpre*eotati vs* posted:.a. sad • rvoofouoa will he intro-laced imlbng for aa inv«*t:gauan Th* . bar gee are brought by C J McCord and five other amp .tee in the postoffice McCord is a 101 *f Congrvasoaan McCord of M'ieconsin Th* charges ac,ong other things, set forth tha; Whear 9 eon Wa1 tar is receiving The pay of tv* posioona whila it is lnpoesi t»e for one aaa to do the work cMnected with the t*« po-itiutia. aad In 'onsequecce abe work falls upon xher em ploys* Cffvulam aad ocher publication* addressed ta ia«Bbn. ex mecnbers and employ*- have been thrown Ic the waste paper ba-kex* every day in order that Wheat might sell the paper That Waiter W~h**aT lad been guilty of opening at least one -eaied and postage-paid letter addressed to a meniber and J L Wheat wa* aware of th* fact within an baar after it wa* done That ae has corape. led thr ugh fear of di-rrusaal to have th* rout* men to do work entirely f*r**ign a* their regular work That he ha- -Ka me fully impulsed upon ’toe employe* ta many wavs that ha tm •abject to vii teat outkur-ta of temper i* arrogant, mean tyrannical dr* pat ic over bearing and insulting and that he is an tirely unfitted in every war for ’bt peal Hon heoceupies lacking diguity. anre obi v* abil.ty and pm per sense of juitk* Fatal Wrork la Yirgtala. SHknrron. Ta April 2» - At 3 a rn ye* terdar the express train ai tbs 1 'besapeaak# and Odiw railroad far Washington was descending a heavy grade a mile west of Staunton, when the brake rad af the en i glee fell, the air bruke wa- rendered useless aad the wild train ruahed mao -taua to* at et ghty miles an amir tearing away the Ae pot roof The Pullman sleeper left the track and was thrown oa its si da In it wvre fifteen metnPerv of the “Pearl of Pekin troops en route ta Baltimore Off i the company Mu* Myrtle Knott, injured, died while being taken from ttoe car Mum Edith Miller s kg was broken Mrs Edward Webb Edward Stevens. Mice Bertha Fisher Louis Harrison aad Miss Ions Dunham all escaped with alight cst* and brumes W F K ii par rick. lumber mar chant. New York had his kg severely turn sad L M Moman, cern uieixual traveler, f af Cincinnati, wa- bruised TW car took fire, but wa* pat out carry it ant This ocuasiuned a drh* lencr Last year which must bs met The legislature now hastens to repeal (toe law and provide* for only a portion mf the actual ax:-ling dedt Vency and refuse- ta appropriate any add it..ma. urn —quired lo carry out ad a taw “If I should veto th* Besxurv the aaals would bs obliged ta cease sp—tortoni about Augu-t next. a* ttoe usual apprspnatlons therefor would ta exhausted at tao! time. and the legislature refuses to appropriate any additional aum* Instead et benefiting la!*xr this course would thre w ail ttoe employee un the anal sat af work alto-grther The v nai and mu port ant fact which now confronte us to that motoeyv sari 1*itrv I© continue work upon the caaato at th* rates and under the comiiUone fixed in that bdl are nut forthcoming, and my refusal to permit this repeal ta become a law weuid not relieve the difficulty hut only con«pL< ate the situation aa* embar j rna- all labor aa and other .arere-r- of the public work of the -tate * outer 4 apl. to beat a Betfy W ajh:s«,t*'s April At —Capa Whang, the house po-tDiostar in answer ta th* < h^rge- against him made by po^Dg Mc Cord -a..* that th# cirenkar and aewsp*-per null will* a he ordered thrown ISM the wa—to Sa-ke! was addnasHsl to dead me rn ber- and ex memhera and could mo la forwarded uniter ttoe postal rsguiattoo* The letter ad drool sd to He p roe* a teal vs I sw Ie*- soh * pen et I by young Wheat th* pustma-ter va va. man a circular letter aad Mr (Jowl** dad sri*red thai us mail of that -.barat ter -beild be put rn his box Mr Wi.-ai denies that any nae msd* in tar Cl I- a -I a rem en t that Se .ast his arui in the war Mr Co-well aad Mr. Lafellette both explained ta the Re pi toil can cam: us that I apt MTheat s arm woe not lust in the serries. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. rn* Rapid Bill Foe ca* Se ta* T roast! A moo.Si,. Alba Ny April ~A* —In the a—ea. bly last night the -enate bill appropriating WB AIU for arresting the decay and improving tbs condition of tbs capitol building war rood a third time by unanimous coagent Mr Hunted -aid the bill. if poaned would save ffiu.ouu annually of tbs dan.aga going on Mr Fish caid from what a* could fmm Capitol Commiaoiucier Perry and other sour*. - it was absolutely necessary to spend -ome money for repairs There wail no tittie letter than the pre-ent. for th# comptroller had just written him that th* tax rate this year would be lower than for many rears Mr > nee hon caid he objected to work on th* cap:ted being done by Mr Perry under a commis*!' uer He would mach prefer ta have Mr Perry solely rerpon-ihie but this wa* about the only bill that •mild be put through, and it va necessary to -pend money to keep the building from going to ruin The bill p*.-**d—<m ta JO Th* governor sent in a veto ai Mr Gar denier • bill revising the * tool law-af Hudson giving a* his reaeun CBai the btl! mad* general isgalixouon ai »a whem particular one* should he specified Fur na*rn,ore aa amendment added by lima •enate took sway from th* bill so* ibjecv which wa* to giv* the common council and board of education additional moneys absolutely needed and a* th ie amendment wa* opposed by the loitnl tut hon ne* th# gov ernor decided to veto the bin. A*«#in flyman Tuwnos s bill authorizing School district i in Oyster bay to build * new school hon-* wa- also vet owl also Mr Cutter** tall relative to protection of fish in Ens county Mr Andrus’ hill allowing women ta vote at municipal election* wa* favored by Mr tint and J I Burna, but wa* loot— yeas, 47 nay*, db Mr Blnmenthai moved to suspend the rule* and pass the rapid transit bill Car ned—74 to to Mr Andrus moved to recommit the bill loot—A* to <fe The lull waa then passed am mutton af Mr Fish—yea* 7N nays, h Tbs assembly then adjourned IDI I rosa Ste* la C a* Se f*«r a PITTI.*1 jct* April J— W P »argeai»4 af he fa LF Terre Haute IM LL Eh* H aft F Terr» Haute Iud C W Haw. ar»i B of R C . W C -“heehaa, fa at R I 4**.»--b..'’« 111- have arrived m tbs city and are quartered at the Seventh Ave hue hotel John Downey, Frank mhvxi and J A Hall of ih« Switchuien - rn nr* j turn. am e>I last evening These gee: lenten I comp*—* the - 1 p re me council of the Federation ai Hallway Employe*, and the sat ’latten will bs thoroughly iiacussed by them and tome definite ai tion arrived al 4 if tfci* cormel! Mr sergeant is president and in his hand- what will he done to a great extent re-ta When wee he refueed to diet*us* the mailer until the meeting 1* 1 * vee 4 ( 4»i:g> • *>u»aal FU W.DHl.Vi'T1 v April J» —The last act in fhe farce of the investigation of the sedi tiou- newspaper corrvepomVnte wa#* ta acted re-te-niay aft*rn jon when Mr Janes of Nevada a- chairman of the ora rn it tee ta audit and control the ixintmgent ex pen-*— af the senate, -limed the v«nich*rs entitling the five <>rre«»pendent- called ae witne-«v - to USS witnear fees The cor tvspoodent* were in actual attendance on the -*•—-ions of the commit tor two da va but each of them wa*- umier subpu-na for fifty-itr days while toe wnare won deter mining w net aer or not ta rommir them for contempt The investigation «»< the p ibii at ion af the secrets af executive e*#-•mu- ha* cost the -enate about k. sa* aad ha* re*ulted in nothing UvcDrrt Uneoaaenational W a&H in -T’ v April At - The sup roms court of the United Stare* has rendered a ' decision in the case of Leisy beer mans facturer af Peona 111* . sgainst Marshal Harden of Keokuk, la . who had seized leer im port cid from Illinois to Keokuk. , TS* qu*— rum involved in the cone woe the validity of Lh* state law of Iowa which ; prohibit- th* sale of malt liquors in the -fate The • ipreme court at the state de-I tided that the law wa* valid, but th* ! supreme court reversed thai decision and I liecddee the Iowa -tate law ut uncon»tiiu-j tional « h.ef Justice Fuller delivered the opinion of the court. Justices Harlan. <• ray and Brewer dane ate* I from the opm-* i«'0 of the court -aai Mal ta A|wliip«*. Cfi s rd *tte N C . Apnl 3* —ram Jons* pTvsrh—l throe aermons Sunday to audience-    * alk) at oa< h meeting in the Taber nacle in the afternoon, in a sermon to Bleu * Krangnlist created a sen*aiioo and ar •. d ranch mdignauon by denouncing ^h of May cedeltirauon of the M*s kL . ir* declaration of ludependenc# ae fesutdeti a a myth an i nothing but n drunken frolic. The Ash of May is a legal holiday in North Carolinn At th* night j service* J.ne* said his charge that thai Mecklenburg declaration of independence wa* a myth. be had learned wan egregious error He apologised h urn bl j for slander .cg a noble people, and said th* we Phi la delphi* people had impoeed on him in the matter, and when he girt bock to Philadel phi* he would stamp the feathers out ai 1 then: for imposing on him. Fatally Burste and Bruised. Milk ACLEX. April At —The house at : Stare and Fifth st met* occupied by th# family of Robert Yirtel, wa* burned Before the ladder could be raised to the second story to rescue Mrs. Yirtel and her * three children. Mrs Yirtel with one child | in her arms jumped to the ground. It was thee learned that two other children ware still in the burning building, and a man rushing up the ladder succeeded in dragging out • ne cd the little girls. Then one of the firemen went up and managed to get the youngest chilli, who was horribly i burned The mother wa* badly burned and sustained fearful internal injuries by her jump It is thought that aune of the .njured will recover Mrs Yirtel s h unhand is on n visit to se Lotus IN TBS SENATE. ALBANI, April At —In the senate night the bill imposing rn 27 milk tax for a < anal fund wa* passed Th** < able railroad bill wa* rovirod and referred to th* railroad committee—yea*. 17 nay- 7 conal appropriation ext*n«u« bill pas*ell, also making lincoln’* birthday a legal holiday Alto Mr McNaughton * bill permitting the use af Myers patent talkie machine at town meeting- Mr Laughlin • Buffalo municipal court building bond bill and Mr ^loan’s beard af rinime sward* appropriation biti Adjourned. A Fatal Riga. M; VV EA PO Ll*. April * —A •penal ta Th# Tribune from Butte *ar» thai Fat Murphy a miner, working in th* Moun I tarn ('on so I.-lated mine. this city, va killed, and lieorge Little and Tom Bray were seriously injured Tbs throe were J riding down th# shaft an a coga loaded The j with tm. ber- and when about mu feet from the surface one of the timbers -lipped and caught on the timber- of the shaft The cage wa* going at a terrific speed and the entangled timber* swept the cage with irre*let.hie force    Murphy wa* nearly cut is two aud wa,, killed in-rant iv    Two other* rot aped with se no a* in juries Ta Discos* th* FlsKarlaa. Halifax. Apnl At — Ikkgat#- from Newfoundland to Great Britain and * snail a arrived by the Caspian yesterday It is the intention of the delegate* to hold s public meeting here They say their mission ie not confined to the modus vivendi recently entered into relative to I the fir-t the taking and preserving of L-lieren. but embrace* the whole queen, a of French treaty right* an th* coast of V. v'ound-iand In tha present agr t . « • re In a?*o contained the assert ion «    ou-n tuttonol right of the colon y t. if j or alter it* territory and mar: 1. n.ou and in this the delegate* hope to    re the co upe rat ion ef the other colonic- Th* trad* between the Canadian province* and New found land is increasing, and the position recently assumed by th* French will have have an important bearing en it TR* Haiti■*•»*• aa* Chia Ylalda FlTTNBt mo. April At -The Balu mo re and Ohio posted notices granting the demand* of their employee They grant day I conductor* C2 TS per day. night conductor* Fi MI day brakemen k N>. an.! 1 Jut brakemen ki TV Ten houro L- t< - tut* a day - w rk and men are t    *id fer ever time. The Bait!rnor*- ^ . . • »hk> is ro lrcad to break > aug ha* yrt lines berri Im ani from th* fvun-vi Varna Roaa Foe ad De til rn Niw Yore. April At —The jury in the Ola! af O’Donovan Roma and Mr Hendrickson for criminal libel upon P fi C«s-•dday found a verdict Ism night of guilty with an argent recommendation of merry .a the co** of Boson, and out guilty in the ane of Hendrickson Ro*** will probably .p* with a fins AalUvaa Will Figfet. san Fkancucxj. Apnl At. —President Fulda of the California Athletic dub has received a dispatch from M C. Clark, the friend and ad tuner of John L. Sullivan. with whom Pre*: dent JTulda has been con ducting the correspondence looking to a ' a fight between Sullivan and Jackson, -aring Sullivan will accept th* California club's proposition after ha Mississippi affair- ar* settled J ane 23 next Uaegtae* IX* I* Se Die la K«Ml*r'i Flair B Rude LTS April M —J oka M argan*, an Italian fresco painter 'AL year* old. ie under the delusion that he he* been substituted by the state authorities to die in Kemmler s place Tbs medical ^ficers of this city pronounced Morgan.* means he will bn seat to an asylarn Plead* Na# Guilty. NEW Y<>RJL April AA —Jadge Benedict. in the United State* district ecru rf yester •lay denied the dens error of Peter J Cl see -en to forty of the forty-four indict men ta barging him with parvenu un of the funds ut the Sixth Natl..aal bank while be was '* president Clanger:    then    entered    a plea of not guilty T* I a*pac! Car Coaster*. WAsRiyprop. April 2b—Mr Cullom introduced in the senate yester.lay * bill pro-v idmg for the appointment of a board cd fir# men to investigate the relative me nr a of improved cor couplers, and to rococo mead one to the interstate commerce cora mis*.cl for adoption cm the freight cart of all the railroads which are subject to the proroioo* of the interstate commerce act McCoOa’a Bn a* si aa DtacOorgo-l. New Yore. April At -The ffe.QOTi boil of ex Alderman Mel abe on his indictment foe bribery wee discharged yesterday on recommendation of Dt-trict Attorney Fellows, McCabe having been adjudged in sane and tieing now in the Utica Insane asylum Na Salt lag aa! I«stte4. Chicago. April At -Th* conference of the Illinois mine operators aad mine workers was aet productive of immediate result*. and the tone of the utterances does not promise well for the near future Hat anted Wuk latemt. Charleston, W Y*. April * — At Peer iem Saturday mining Dolliver Msesey a driver, playfuDy tapped John Ciennea on th# shouMer wb.le psiwung Clecnen picked up a piece of heavy Iron rail and •truck him twice on the h#*d. -rushing hi* skull like an egg -hell and killing him instantly No am—t ha- yet been made Lynching 1- probable if be ie caught A VAKVKLOrS GROWTH. RARtO INCREASE *l TRADES UNON-*u rn EN JU KNO PrtfafW lorn —ar lk« Baeaalh Ronim tm Tok# fUc# aa Hay Bay—Twa Baa drag aa* Fifty TWaaaaad Baa Esparto* ta Ta** Faro—-A TR ie for Ii-ptoror St aal «# Niyeil Lastno- Apnl JI.—TW impetus gtron to trade* ua'->( wa by cfm groat -trike af the Ito&doa 1.« k laborers ha* aever far a momeoi flagg-d mwv the Mcceesful iw>«r ti that *v#d« lnd«wil toe growth af ar gunned labor during the la#t bx ar rig hi rn serb- aa* h#ee little h-v than marvel his th re ugh wilt the whole kingdom aad toe harmony af a uoa and anon im tv ef pur poor among the various arganizotlocks is equally wonderful Preparation* for th* mammoth Labor meed ag which ut to be held in Hyde Park *a Monday May 4, ha#* tora arttv* a port* rn* England for ••♦era! week* poor and meeting- were hehi in mao v . ttsro and town- Sundae at which the plan- ai Lh* mr es* branch#* which are to parti* pate sera perfected Sevearv tw» distinct union* aggro gat.cg £m* *SJi La boree* will take port. in th# pro-■-emoua wh»*. a wiH he divided into aecCiou- and suirt from *vorv 4 a artar of th# taw* to th* common aseettug plava Hvd# park ane af the union • starch tog •ixteesi astkro to roa.h th# poor;ion to whfeh it is aroigued Of th# who4# aum ber ai paraders lAu.row will form am Iha I’h tm** cm hank ineisk. Three » consider ahi# friettea v<*m tha Wciaii-t* ani the triMies an:oci»ta, ewing to bhe mar.* heated diapueitiea at rh# alw to held them-el vee aloof from the former aa J it is teared that trouble wiU grow jot ef this feeling inie** to#' tea he ad im od to -ink therr projudr -#* and aet together fer the eixuteMia at ieast The SocialisUi ar#, a* usual, th* mere aggressive parti#* ie lh# i»ff»rono# and this attitude furnishes th* greater part at the grew ad- fer the st uh tiomjMMs of the Unionists The newspaper ar# ear ara! Iv di— usefng th# qn«-snob ai honoring >caaie? by cee fem ag a titie upon him aad th -ae jour aal- favoring th# ates ar# a aam thous in B iggest iig rf,at the explorer be created lord stanley *f Congo It is net believed by ta# a;•*"* mismate ef Mr Stanleys fry#ad- however that ae will b# willing to accept a tit!# which would unquewtiun ably detract from his great arow In the roc# for tbs 2,i*» guineas stake a* NVwaiartat -• M’ednesday there will be t weir* starters aaa the kaowing ones ara firm in th# hel>ef Chat the winner of the race will ai-e be the wma#r at the Derby The mal at wxteen Sociaiists who were leaders in the riots st Straaafurt in Febru ary wa# begun at Magdeburg yesterday Five hundred and thirty-one AI vat* ahs eave been condemned to pay a five af loud mark> each for emigrating ta order to asap# military service ami the property of th*or wha left any beh n* them ha# been levied on l»t*«>rd#r ta Gallrta. VrXX> A. April At —The disorder at Kel->naea. rn Galicia, was finally quelled by the troop* Tha pe-a-anr- attempted to burn several en an*, on- hut w#re proven ted The disorderly movemeit is rap lilly spreading in Galicia, particularly rn ta# p*-irof*’in» district* At Drohebeyxe tee men have ;odalged in anu-Jewi.«h noting and there haw Ijeen many arrest* TW gam-on of Pesth will occupy all the bridge^ and square- aa May day A Traitor shot. LuNhoa Apnl At — A dispatch from Vienna to The < ’brome!* ut vs that Schmidt, wha *n!d the plans of the Russian fortification- A CrotmtodL ebtoimng lee* than ll .OIS) therefor was soc retly shot in the fort row mf St Peter and St Paul • ad that the newspaper- were forbidden by the gi v«-rnment to make aay menti.>o of th# matter A yf>»cu»t#r Farad* ta Rnnmal*. faKr ^FLS. April At —It d rot;mate*! that JUO.uuu mm principally miners will take part in the May day labor demonstration Organised dc-nion>t rations will take place in BruaNeia. I Arg# Mon* and < harleroi It is not expected that there will be any disorder Fart* Anarchial# Arrested. Paris, April 'At— Seven men who have We moat promiueat acnoag the leader- of the Anarchiatji in thi* city were arrowted ywrterday A search of th4Hr roauiencew revealed rn wa rot pnntiag proas and alarge quantity of re vol u* ion ary document- TH# Vaj im-rar WtLi Bood tha Troop*. Berlin. April At — It la announced by Emperor William that sn May day bs will command th# Berlin gamaon in person and will rule at the head of the first body of troops whk h may bs called into action. A ••rrhliU Organ inn* Rome. April JI —Nm* group* of Attar hist# are organizing for a demonstration on May day The police and the garrison of Rome have !>vm ro-enforced a* a mea* urs of precaution against disorder Na Para*## WHI a# A Ila wag. Vienna, April JU—Th* authorities ha vs give* not aw that indoor trad# meetings will be permitted 00 May day, but no street d«m oast rat ion will bs permitted A* Adm migrator 4ppotaf*<t. timi. Mont . April 2U —The sensational con’rot anion* the heirs of the |7 OUO.OOu estate of th* late A. J Davis resulted in th# appt int meat by Judge McHattou af John A. Da' is. brother ai the deceased, as a* im. List rot or with a bond of %5* JOG. att) Th# ca^e wail Ss appealed to th* supt*rn* court Laborers At ribs, DclCTR Minn. April JU— About » laborer- on the ore docks at Weal Superior •truck for higher wage* yesterday They ar# now receiving 40 cent* an bour and demand ju John Coke ley, on aged work man. was killed on the Northern Pacific bridge between this place ami Superior A t>raot Besa artal Boneset Brook.LYN. April 29 — U a Grant Pool, 827, GAR held a banquet last night im honor of ‘ ton Grant s birthday t Le guests and speakers wars '.ocnm. Howard. Woodford and Burao* Porter and H Jfc C. ▲ Boutell* A Holiday. Then a Strike. Madrid. April At —Th* workingmen ai Barcelona and Cat aloma have decided to observe May day strictly as a holiday, but will strike im mal lately afterward Herr Roc leaker* ta Resign. Berlin Apnl ’At—It is atnounced that Herr Rotten berg will -holily resign his member-hip in the privy council and take up his residence in England Pm kl te Meeting# Rmi rifted. Br’-MFL*. Apnl 29 —The burgomaster of Litsge has decreed that no procession or public meeting will be perniitted after fi o clock in the evening A Papal I foe# ratio* for B indthorM Rome. April JU —The pope ha* conferred th# order of Christ upon Dr Windthorst, the leader of th* Clerical party in the Gorman reich-tog    __ A Fruit let* Meeting WaSBINLToS. April "At—Th# Reptibhcan -enate caucus committee appointed to from# a c mpromise silver measure tot several hours yesterday, but coms to no conclusion A nosher Levee Break* Niw OHLE AJB#. April JU -The levee at Grosse Tete broke yesterday and that town is inundated Tbs pe<>ple ore in a diatrt-sen condition and oesd aid A Dlatarkaocs ExpseteO. SPRINGFIELD, DI , April JU -It U reported that the First aad Second regimen ta have been ordered ready to quell due tux ban: es in Chicago May L Fit, I 5c. Lillies C haiiioi- Skin (ii >vt--. ‘.c'>c. Ieji*ISilk (t i^ov> - ‘J• * t<» 4-m*. Silk (fli>ves 23c Fir>t Quality Ores- Shit Idw, ] 'n*. Ladies' Fancy Ribbed \ **st-. l»‘c, anil l^c-Gold Paint, full outfit, loc. Gentlemens' Finest Linen Handkerchiefs, Black ail* i Wli ite Silk Fringe, per yafd, Heavy Silk V aud ike Trimming, j>er yard, 4Sc. Fancy Polers Velvet Ribbon, j»er yarii, I4e. Hair Curlers, assijrteii styles, I«>. 12. 23 and 2sc. Ladies' Sublime Quality Fancy Hose, 27c. GentlemenV Fin** Lisle Half Howe, 25c. Three-spring Coiled Wire Bustle, 15c. Two spring Coiled Win Bustle, loc. The N’hw Roil road Puz/.Ie, '*c. iv ame of Nelly Bly Around the World, 3Sc. Popular Standard Novels v<-. Best China Silk, extra wide, poi- yard. 9<k\ ERIE STORR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 ^ I < >DD ART A CO.. Fatetit Atturn##* vet Waahiagtoo l» • , • i >* i! . v * Ic# Pau-au, LavesD aii’l ll** Iwun wrarsl Trml# M»rk» rox:*Da-i All Pal#st tu-tn#-coa-lacteil tor BBo*!#ral# J *-#»- I a ?> rmat o A J vie# a»«! *pe«*xa. ref. r rn-*** *#di o* iv., u. *t <511 U    A . I # vw •*    •roriiinj    :    -r    a in hr rn ade iqj t.jr UA Person* preferred who can furnish a horse and *sre their ah « ar to the busine**. Spare nj’ men t* may be pro#; -abiy emptoved *.-*>. A fem vacancies in t w~m ann < toes. ILK JOHNSON a C4D., loou Main Sc R d son.!, Va. P*H SALI r Leoparil street near I at TY E J -Tw,* I et n, urth street. ULI., urth loc*, •troet. «»♦)»> tau WANTED Neo-l ti riierrccr A.A ii MMB! K AL' N irservtnen. JSrv ie e F'-r ut R- :ai<.e v ;rsery -toek, on ^larv or * **m-mimioa- " r te f.>r term- SALESMEN s I POE SALK—A traetj f land in Mtnoo rimn-I tv, Fiori'la, in the ph-achate bete Large •w amali quant,lies to suit purchaser* Tri -•ert.OB is gTuwin* more ran.d r uian anv other part of the st#:#, rn. la and hotel* &ro ’Mi:a built sod rulral* pr je» DO A xo«»l m**oe' making inveatmetit. Charles Mann L rn Park fi elieater, V I ) Buffalo, N. Y. We have fret pie nt Tequesta by mail for cample* of new embroideries. Such retjueqta we are pleaded to receive, but we beg to a^k for particulars in regard to the cample* wanted. State whether edging, insertions or flouncing*. al>o what width and some idea of the price. We h ave a st4H*k of embroideries that is seeoml to none in the country and sullen or to anv in Buffalo. * Tile money value we i»ffer in siniiily unparalled. There are edgings from f of an inch to IM inches wide in rmon Elders* Book cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Strvagtk, *a*.«i ft** Bund    ,    • >wiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion «>n all desirable kinds of material. All-over em broid erie* in threat variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from 18 inches to GO inches. Special lines of cnmbric edges at 5c, loc, 12Jc, 15c and 25c per y ard. A DA V, M BL DSI lf A. AN DKkwS, New g4MM.ls for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear st<K*k is sjmjilete. al^sj the linen stock. | the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “complete1’ we mean they have all the new rn styles in this season’s new (goods—all the variety that the In purchasing facilities I in the country can bring to-j get her. The Winter stocks are of-fering great bargains. There never was a time when you I could traile here umre ad van-I tageously. , St. X#a I art ROOMS TO RENT Is th# M T iitti Ban! B nilling I aq na if J IX    Jsr-ob    W    rcr»er    or Frsnk Mar. CARL SCHAUER 159 East TLird St., Hah ju-t    a    full    !:ta s L rn Sversokts    Trsarisft Equal t4> any in the city, and at prices that will pay YOU fusee him befoi <* purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Csf:ri Ti:: id SI::;;:: Adam, Meldrum it Anderson DRY GOODS. Carpets and Draperies, Hw»k*|*n<l Stationary, AMERICAS BLOCK, MHS ST It EET, RUFFALO, y. Y. C. a Penfold MaQufnrturer arni Importer, 3G4 MAI* ST.. BUY*FALO. *. Y. OKA LEB IN Diamond*,    Watches and Jewelry, < lin k-* -d»ervr*r#. Leather <j#->i*. eke. a.van a nxe, gold f hl vkh pl a tis**. WE HAVE THEM IN PAT ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH PAN* V COLORED OOZE TRIM MINGS WE AI>C HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TH ER SLIPPER, W ITH A LARGE BUCKLE POR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN & SON. 213 Centre Street. A COMPLETE LJ5S OF HOUDA I GOODS :iR4 MAIN STREET, 'rppoeite Iroquois Hotei 5>:00 reward: WE will i<s> rn# akov#nrvnrl L r *ay rum of Lit -rO'SpL at, Oy-pepeia, suck Mea*lo* ne, lcdl;#es&i<tn, o'.suor 4 .(-liveness we i jar."( < uro with We*t*s Vegretakl# Liver Fiii*, whan the -liro'tio rn are tlr.fOy fi»apl'Si attk. T’ #. -re purely V ret*L e, »a<1 never ted Ut *;!« L*f:*rti oi arar 4 •.>»!#• I. large toxes. coat. ain* ® his. 25 coat*. Beware 4 - u#-V rO-'te. ajb<1 .tBilaO-e.s The gvuh.ne cnxnu-f -are-1 b»v bv    C.    WEST    .t    CO.    foM Mo NBO B'S PHAJtMACT. D kirk. * F, I by( to to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;

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