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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               R REPRESENTATIVE (JSINES8 HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. MR. JOJffiS' PET BILL ME MAKES THE OPENING SPEECH IN ITS FAVOR. a MEW BVUMO MACHINE lor rnling A all Units of blanks if the trillion tn he MeehanitiaJ Department ol Conpany.1 AUBEAJOMEeVBCoa CMlnU A All trades ol Waif LusibsT, r tolidled. and Wood Yard.m r__ Sietal art sad Soft Coal, Lath. Free tor wLolesals lots -8. emUBD. sad MB Central Are. D. Artstie PbotoKTSpher. Instantaneous Pbotofrspns ol Babies aspeeialty. Sillers aaed not wait for snasbiM except for UaMca. Progress noon BIMOCBT-JAMM uvme, D pnetor. No. 16 B. Second street, near Buf- alo street, Dunkirk. H. T. Macaiiues. Mu- sic, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all promptly attended to. AH work (uanateed. ItOWitiKrVS OBOOKCBV HOU8K, O 908 Central Avenue. Wholesale and ratal) dealer IB 1 China, Glassware, Ac. ported and A Strong Argument In Kavor of the In- crrawd Silver knil Bl- Tariff D. In the Couilderable Made With Ameuduiouts. WASHINOTOV, May The feature of yesterday's senate proceedingx nas along speech by Mr. of Xpvjdu iu wipport ef his siher bill Mr 4. -IBS spoke for hours, and claimed thu closet at- tention from senators on both sides of the chamber. He made a strong argument in favor of free coinage of silver, increased volume of currency, the demonetization of silver and bimetalism. Mr. Hoar, from the judiciary committee, reported back the house amendment to the senate anti-trust bill with an amend- ment. Messrs. Vest and Coke stated that, aa members of the committee, they did not concur in the report; and Mr. Hoar ex- 1UACTAUUUA HOTEL, Rales, per Utverr ami Boarding Stable in uonDection Victor Rider, S96 and 887 Liuu street. BAKaitK 8HOP Uhas. Nsg-lo, Prop.. Uu.ler Lake Sbore NaUooal Bank, corner Cdnter and Third slieeti. A one jtock ol foreign and Domeslie cigars. t lOMKUM SON. Center street, practical none-sbeen. Particular attention iw" to tntertanng lioilw. Shouag of road si trotting horses a specialty. i VVNKIRK KVKMING OBWSRVBH. largest Daily ia fonnly. An unequalled adrwtislng aiedina. plained mended d" the effect of The matter the action recona- went over till to- Mr. Jones of Nevada then took the floor pressed 'late upon which the bin from .Inlj i i JA1, to !____ Mr M'-Kmirv vMd that the bill should go into effect soon M possible after en- actment, so as piwnrt importers from Ulling up our narketo with upon which the duties were increased. Just when the bill wimU become a taw he could not say, but he felt Uiat It should effect u DOOM as possible. Tke amendment was 74, Bays 74. Mr. Niedringhaua of Missouri proposed an amendment making commercial borac- cic acid dutiable at S instead of 5 cents per pound. Rejected. Mr. Covert of New York moved to strik. out the clause imposing a duty of a quar- ter of a cent a pound on muriatic acid, and followed his motion with an argu- ment ngainst the bill as not being for the benefit of agricultural Mr. Perkins of Kansas referred to the Democratic solicitude concerning the wel- fare of the farmers of Kansas. He was satisfied that the arguments indulged In would not deceive the farmers. It waa unfortunately true, he said, that for Bve Years or more the agricultural interests had been depressed. Every day that was president farms depreciated m Taliie (applause on Republican side.) But there were signs of a removal of that depression by the inspiration of the pro- posed legislation of a Republican congress. Mr. Breckinridge of Kentucky ridiculed the speech made by Mr. Perkins and ex- his support of the bill reported farmers of Kasas evning WM ovely from the flnance committee authorizing gratification thtwth the ing He hoped that the farme allia would 0 AT THE ('LIB. A GATHERING OF FREE-TRADERS IN MR. POTTER'S HONOR. Mr. etndstene Commentii .tn the Ameri- can of Dealing With the Potter Thinks the Tariff Will be the twiie In taw Neit Pi-e.1- dentlal Campaign. LONDON, May was a notable gathering of free traders at the Cotxlen club yesterday, the occasion being the presentation of an address to Mr Thomas Bayley Potter, Gladstonian member for Rochdale. Mr. Potter for several years occupied the position of honorable treas- urer of the club and recognized as one of the highest authorities on tariff matters iu England. The address was presented by Mr. Glad- stone who, in the course of his speech, re ferred to the anti-Chinese legislation iu the United States. Owing to the nmbig- nity of the legislation on the Chinese ques- tion, he said, he was not altogether clear whether the American government taxed Chinese who entered or barred them all ont. Any way, he thought that tbe general unrest prevailing throughout the country. The prices of all commodities, said, bad fallen and continued to fan. greasive fall iu the general range of prices had always exercised baneful an influ- ence on the prosperity of mankind that it never failed to excite attention. When a After further debate Mr. Covert's amend- ment was rejected, as well as another to strike out the duty on sulphuric acid. Committee theu rose and the house ad- journed. THE CORNER IN SILVER. (all In prices was found operating on the Director D UNKIRK KNULNKKHUIO COMPANY. geUew Popple. MaDulacturersot Engines, Bollen, Pullevs, Sbafliag Ua Castings, and etc. Patterns, Forglngi, lne Work to order. 1 SHfKT DO., KB, KI6 and 2U7 Center street. Manufacturers of the and "Dunklrm" iwrteot fitting Dress Sblrts. On sale m all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses iu Dunkirk. D products of all industries, when it waa found not to be conflned to any one clime, He r. TOOMKX, 434 and Lion st treet. Dealer In Flour, Feed, -alt. Baled Hay, Poos- 1 iUf. etc. Bstatbllsneil, 1877. E' and inning Saloon, Union __ Depot. Kasy access to all trains and men houses. Best aoooiuiaiidiiUons for Com- mercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. E 97 and E Tntrd street. Kl l Fiae Furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up- ootolering. Picture Frames made to order. MATraaoN a oo, 9U1 Central Ate, Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outniters. II AKBU. 8TKAM HKATIMG VO.. ManntHctumrs of Bleam ileating Apparatus Ssiitary Plaahlng a Specialty. of the Mint Leech Says Nothing About It. 13.-Mr. Leech, the civilized not to be a charac- i alrector or the mint, in an interview with teristic of any oue year, but to go on for a "representative of the United Press abeut feries of years, It became manifest that it report that there wan a cor- couW not arise from local, temporary or ner'" "'iver in this country, and that in subordinate causes, but that it must have consequence he was buying silver bullion its Genesis and development in some prin- said: "I see that I am quoted as cipal of universal application. What waa it, he asked, that produced a general decline of prices in any country? it was a shrinkage in the volume of money also storing silver in the West and issuing population and business. The correspondent evidently misunderstood me. What I did say was that ulver was being bought in London and shipped to this country and deposited at the assay office nt New York, for fine saying that the government was buying bullion in London and storing it in the assay office at New York, and that it is relatively to the popi Prosperity and speculation had been stim- ulated at times by great yields from mines; and when those mines were worked out, then came revulsion and adversity. He wanted to speak of the natural ratio be- which vt ere being stored by private tweeu gold and silver existing for or I Parties. The government has bought no years-a ratio of to 15-nncl said Bilver in J'Ontlori, nor lias it stored any ail- that it was only since the legislative pre- ver tlle West. It is not storing silver at of silver in Germany and the United States and its banishment from the mints of Europe that any material change in that ratio took place: and that the pres- ent divergence in the relative value of the two metals was directly due to the legal outlawry of silver, aud not to any natural causes. It had always been the object of the creditor class to enhance the value of nil, and of course is not issuing certificates on silver bullion, as there is no lawauthor- izing inch issue. "I did iny that but little silver is being offered the government for sale, and that at a price coiiibiderttlily above the market price anil above the price at which certifi- cates on silver bullion deposited in the western national banks are being sold in uoney by reducing its volume, so that I Nevv Vor.k- I" regard to a corner in sil- hi to; UMK HTKAJI LAOHDRT. ipeclalties: Fine Shirts, luu; Collars, Can's. 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deli? j. A W. Cummings, 907 Center street. II H. OKHM. B. Third Bt., cor. ol UunTitlo and dealer in Viue Boots A H BNMY WEU.BR'8 MKW STOKK, 108 B. cal In- Third st. st. Books. Stationery. Miuica Pa lj Papers, aad every Uiirg perUiiing to a llrst oltsi boos sture. Schoo. uooks a eDoeialty. JOB HINTINO of every description sad at lirlujr rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and ID E. Second St. JB. VAN BUHEN SON, Lite, Accident and General Insuraaos. Deal- ers In Heal Estate and Loans, farlioular attention paid to the care of properly collect- s Ac. Center st., wd floor. ing rents when the gold mines of California and Australia were producing the largest yield it was proposed to demonetize gold. The motive of demonetization tn the cose of .cold, as well us silver, was to aggrandize ihe creditor class of the world and to con- fiscate, so far as possible, the rewards of the hardy toilers. The demonetization of silver by Ger- many after her war with France, he said, inflicted greater evils ou her people than ver I said that I did not know anything l alKHit it. Waylaid and Murdered. s FALLS, N. Y., May lit.-Lean.der Pasco, a prominent citizen of Thurman, ttarren county, was waylaid and mur- dered Saturday evening. The news of the murder reached here Sunday evening and District Attorney Patterson and Coroner Streeter drove to the scene of the tragedy Several witnesses were examined during ere examined during the inquest riddled with The dead buckshot. bar armies had inflicted on France; aud i when this evil began to have its effect, a evening at veritable begira of the German population 1 man hack wan began to take place. The demonetization I ,J wo loaded barrels were fired at ofbllverby the United States in 18T3 he regarded as one of those historical blun- ders that were worse than crimes It was the child of ignorance and avarice, and it had proved tlie prolific parent of enforced Idleness, poverty aud misery. No better remedy could be applied than the abso- lute reversal of that legislation, and put- ting back tlie monetary system of the country to what it was before 18T3. If the mouometallists would compare gold and silver with commodities in gen- eral they would see how the metals had maintained their relations, not to each him. The murderer took up n position one side of the roatl and as Pusco passed, shot him down. Footprints show where the muiderer concealed himself. Pagoo was a man about GO years old and was known to havaj many enemies. As the body was not touched after the murder the of the crime is supposed to be revenge: The Inquest wns adjoured with- Chinese were to be dreaded more for their virtues than their vices, which he did not believe to be nearly soextensive or flagrant as the grounds taken for their exclusion allejted. In an Interview subsequently, Mr. Potter declared it to be his conviction that the tariff question would again be the Issue in the presidential campaign in America in 1893, when the free traders tariff reformer." would, in all probability, be successful. STANLEY IN A BAD LIGHT. Mr. Henry M. Stanley is giving way to an exhibition of ill temper which discloses in his character an element of egotism which threatens to increase the number of his enemies if allowed to remain uncurbed, -lust now he is complaining of the cow- ardice of tlie public men and the press of Kuglaud in not taking an aggressive posi- tion against Germany in Africa at his hest and is inclined to belittle the intellec- tual finalities of those who do not agree with him in the mutter of England's im- mediate domination of the lake and other desirable portions of the interior. He ad- mits, however, that there is plenty of room in Africa for both Germany and England, but thinks that an English rail- road should be constructed lit once to con- nect tbe lakes aud place that region be- yond the possibility of occupation by other powers. Such a railway, he asserts, would open the interior to trade, the value of which can scarcely be esti- mntpd. Tie expresses admiration for Mai. WiHSiriann, but is disinclined to speak of Emm or of his new expedition. Through- out the inlerxiew In whii h Mr Stanley expressed luinsell' ns above he refened to himself as an Englishman. MBS. I-KSI.IlTs WOULD-BK LOVER. Mrs. Frank Leslie has arrived in Lon- don, and her coming has moused the Mar- quis de 1-euville to ity. The presence of the lady in London was the signal (or the marquis to begin the circulation of re- The Committee to Meet In and Select Plans. UTICA, N. Y., May Master of Masons John W. Vrooman left yesterday for New York, where he will meet the elective grand officers, advisory committee and the trustees of tbe grand lodge, at the grand master's rooms In the temple. To them will be submitted the plans for the construction of the Masonic asylum and school m this city. Six firms of architects will submit plans representing the cities of Buffalo, Roches, ter, Albany, Brooklyn and New York. The specifications are to be submitted in cipher, and tbe makers of the plans will not be known until after the selection is made. Each of the competitors will re- vive the sum of as a partial compen- .tion for the Inhorof preparingthe pluiw, except the sucriWu! one. Immulliitelj after the plans hove been decided upon they will be open to inspec- 1011 of com me low, so that uo delay may Inexperienced in receiving and accepting t I.H intctuit-il to have, all the plans ready before Mie grand n, aud they will be laid rtuu iHMjy for final acceptance. trustees have the power to accept and coulnu-t for (he work, but It is csiro of tiraiul Master Vroomnu to f entire matter before the grand so uo mistake may be made anil i> ice and counsel of all may be con- REVEALED IN THE BANK INVESTIGA- TION AT ALBANY, bids Hie An Kxcitlng SK-uumlilp Race. LlVKi'.pooi., May stirring race took place between the steamship Auraiiia aid the City of Home ou their lax! trip from New York The Aurunlit left New Vuik Satimlay, May at 4 p. m anil the 'ity of Rome at 5 p. in....... 'tber iu night all the Auruuia astern iabeiu TSs th ports that her visit had' for Hs'ob'jecT li'er marriage to himself and the industry he -ltyjlllj4- has displayed in their dissemination ino- vokes surprise and disgust. The French government uaa recognized Hyppolite as piesulent of the Haytiau re-! public. They kept each way across, the ig always about live knots s the ships neared Brew Head rarlv Sunday morning the City of Rome led by about ten minutes and the betting nlward both ships was fast and furious. Wlu-n they approached the Mersey the Rome was fifteen minutes ahead, and the passengers watered with each other on hoard, while the spectators ashore, who bad U-mme awnre of the race, took oilils llrst on one ship and then'on tile other. I he landing-nt Liverpool was made at T clock, in the evening, and the City of Home wius the winner. A Catholic Federation. PlTrsUl'iHJ, May IS.-At a meeting of Komun Catholics here an organization was perferteil to lip known OM the Ameri- Federation of Catholic socities. It is imposed to consolidate all the Catholic 'irgunizutioiib in the country under that name. The mam object anil aims of the federation OH set forth in the constitution are Tbe more thorough cementing, main- tenance and promotion of cordial fellow- ship among tbe Catholic laity everywhere mid the upholding and conserving of the public welfaie of t'ntlmlir uommuniiies in each and all respects, a.s regards either the .idvuncfincut of general brotherhood, or ibe_uiiilirati.m of ii.mmou munhood iigainst niij ami all Iu this county they claim to have mi-inbei-s. Arrungemeuts were perfected lor a grand public demonstration iu this William Gould's Statement That Re Was Not Concerned In the Matter Proven to be Sum Stolen Said to Rea'vli Over Hun- dred Thousand Dollars. ALBANT, May 13.-The bank defalcation is developing most extraordinary The denial of William Gould that he had anything to do with the matter is proved to be absolutely false by the fact that lute yesterday afternoon the firm to which he belongs confessed judgment in favor of the bank for almost This is di- vided, it is said, about evenly among the firm's members. The bank holds the paper of Anthony Gould, formerly re- corder of Albany, for Gould lias lived high. He is a brother-in-law of Whitney's. William Oould, another brother, has paper to make good amount- ing to and the other is di- vided between the two other brothers Lute yesterday afternoon Whitney was again arrested, it being found that two of his bondsmen had overdrawn their ac- counts, George L. Thomas in the sum of and Edward Tuylor Whitney was put in charge of an officer and allowed to go in search of bail. United Mates District Attorney Johu E. Smith has arrived iu the city and will determine whether or not to prosecute. The sum stolen will reach over hut about has already been made good. The district attorney states that the new bonds- men will have to prove property valued at twic.- the amount of the bond, which Is lion on each of Iwo counts. It is stated that ex-Kecorder Gould had left the city. Shot HU LIU CoilHln. GLKNS FALLS, N. Y., May la.-A IS-yesr- old boy named McDonald shot, aud killed hih 4-year-old coiutm at Lunerue on Sun- day. The circumstances lemliug to the tragedy are peculiar. William McDonald died m an Insane asylum some time ago leaving a widow and two children. His brother then left bis own wife aud resided with the widow, taking uiH 12-year-old son with him. The house was so arranged that another family who lived in it had to pass through the McDonald apartments in order to reach their own sleeping in the second story. Recently the two families quarreled, and McDonald com- pelled his neighbors to use a ladder in reaching tlieir rooms. On Sunday Mc- Donald went away from home, telling his son to shoot the neighbors if they tried to get into his part of the house. In handling the revolver during the day the boy shot his consiri fatally The father 1ms been placed luiiler arrest. BOYS' AND GIRLS' HATS Mcn'Kand Boys' Mixed ,lo Fancy Mixtd Youth e fine, nobby Klmpc, fancy Siraw Uats silk bund, best only worth Aseorl.-d styles Boys' plain and fancy Mylc Simw for sruoul only 3flc. fimcy school lints, t-xtm good only 17c. Uirls1 wide-rim fmioy school Hnis. only I7c Girls' wide-rim plain Sailor Main, ooiul colors, only Olds' flue fiuicy Pnilor School UiilH, only a2c Oil Is' plain mid fancy mixed dre.-s Huts, only Site.. word, Girls' verj stylish .Ircss llats. fllm-v braids, only nnd -inc. Mists' stylish drees lists very .leHirnulc, only Oil .indli.V. Ladies' largo sunshade lints, only I5c. Men's plain wl.ito Macnimw dross Hals word, 75c., only y? Men', dress Huts worth 40c.. only I7c Oirls' and I'llimiel Cups, stylish dosirald Uoys' only 48c Old c 'miles' Mull and Luc, HIH! children's' M..I f.m-y frun, Ktr. OOc nowcs, t wan,   owiiiigion,  a hearing in tlie cnse liefore the .surrogate of Liv- .-ouuty July H. entertained that rap of Murder. Ky., May 13.-Pears C H. Hawkins, In Fnvoi- of Turin' Kefornu. PHILADELPHIA, May 13.-The following resolutions were presented and unani- mously adopted at tbe Third district con- gressional convention yesterday "Re- That Ihe great and vailed indus- tries ol Philadelphia and themaiiifaimmce of compensating wages for labor, abso- lutely demand tariff reform that will give onr industries free raw materials, greatly reduce the cost of tbe chief necessaries of life and overthrow all trusts and combines which certainly oppress the masses. Both parties have solemnly promised tbe people tariff revisien and revenue reduction and we demand that the pledge shall be kept by congress by free raw materials for in dustnes; the removal of all needless taxe oil the necessaries of life and the reductior of all tariff taxes, which have bred am fostered monopoly combines" A resoli tioiiwas also read regarding the death o the late Bamiiel J. Randall. ferret! who can turnisli dmct ably andcuiM 'II. P. JOHNSON i'To.'.' SL, Richmond, V.i. Tw l <-f K. I'OIII III HllCf .Mix t- IlttMOVAI.. nen. K.nini-klinin line unnl liis enn- m x... an N. V. mi here Friday or Saturday, as he se- ed a sp.cial train to leave Pineville at A Long Circuit. MONTREAL, May McCiill college ob- servatory and Greenwich were placed iu telegraphic communication with each other Sunday over the lines of the Com- mercial cable and Canadian Pacific rail- road and observations here showed that the time occupied in transmitting signals the S.AOO miles was three quarters of a sec- ond. Further tests are to be made be- tween Greenwich and Van Coeuver, B. C., with a view of correcting time and fixing longitude between const points. A Coinage BUI. WASUIXOTON, May 18.-Mr. Plumb In- troduced in the senate yesterday a bill "to declare the unit of value in the United btates ami to provide free coinage for the standard silver dollar." The bill declaies thu dollar the unit of value and provides that it may be coined of grains stan- lard silver or S6.8 grains standard gold Ve coins to be "legal Anone used for the purchase of licenses was, he declared, to promote temperance. He ap- pealed to the temjjerancv party to it-cog- nize the existing facts. Public opinicm would not support them in tr) ing to re- duce to beggary people who were doing a legitimate business Mr. W. S. Caine, Unionist, moved that the bill be rejected. The temperance party, he said, could not assent to n meas- ure providing for the use of public mouey to buy up liquor traffickers. retu i-ure Id o'clock owner of silver bullion Anyone deposit for coinage, but any deposit of ley, than 1100 value may be declined Warned Agiilnut B Woman. EATOJi, O., May 18-Dr. A. C. Hawley, who took forty half grains of morphine and then himself through the heart iu his offlcL- Sunday, left a mite addressed to the citizens of Katou. He warns the puulic against a woman named Mrs. Eliza J. Noisette, who threatened to prosecute him because he hod refused to treat her. She is a dangerous woman, he says, and should not be allowed to live In any coin muuty. Man and Money Have Viuihthed. May special from Warren, Pa., to The Leader says: Much excitement prevails over the ance of C. L. N. Kenneth of the Pennsyl- vania Gas company's ofHce. Ten thousand dollars of tlie company's money has disap- peared also. A number of large bills are unpaid. It is hoped he will return to make matters right. He is a son of Henry Ken. of Mounsville. to the Anti-Trust Bill. WASHINGTON, May 18.-The senate com- mittee on the Judiciary has reported back the anti-trust bill with the house amend- ment mollified by the omission of certain words. The amendment adopted by the words: "Every'contract or agreement en- tered into for the purposa of preventii competition in the purchase or sale of commodity transported from one state or territory to be sold in another or so con- tracted to be sold, or to prevent competi- tion in the transporlatiim of persons or property from one state- or territory into another shall be deemed unlawful within the meaning of this act; provided that the contracts here enumerated shall not be con- strued to exclude any other contract or agreement declared uclanful in this act." The senate committee reports iu favor of the adoption of this amendment striking out the phrase "competition in tbe pur- chase" and ending "or to and striking out also tlie last clause in tbe amendment beginning "provided Uiat." Bad Treatment of the Blind. PlTTSBl-IlG, May Moore aged 21 jeai-s, died iu St. Frances hospital yesterday. Moore's parents, who reside convey to Coviuftton, Ky twenty nine Tinted States prisoners, sev- enty-tivH witnesses, three deputy mar- shals and seven guards. Capt Hawkins has not been heard from since 2 o'clock Thursilaj afternoon. Jumped Into a Vat of Acid. MIDDLE-TOWN-, N. Y., Mny 13. At De Bruce last week a young man named Asa Bishop jumped into a vat of boiling acid at a factory and was so badly scalded tlmt he soon diert in great agony. Before com- mitting the act Bishop said: "Good bye toys; .see me dive." He instantly plunged into oue ol the bolHuji caldrons. Bishop was industrious and seemed devoted to The Charge of Plagiarism WASHINGTON, May Ingall made a statement to the press concerning the allegation of plagiarism in his speec: on the death of the late Representatlv Burns. Mr. Ingalls'says that to his knowl edge he has never had a copy of the Mas sillons sermons in his possession. When studying French at school he found in book which be was reading a forcible article on the immortality of the soul. I so impressed him that he translated it and the ideas contained in it he has used a hundred times (clothed in his own Ian guage) in speeches and letters. One o these occasions was the one referred to by the Kansas City paper which charges him with plagiarism. frllow workmen he was unsociiibli eccentric, and they iu the ha_____ chaffing him. It is thought that this un- balanced his mind. it Warm for the Women. OLATHE, Kan., May women re- cently elected inunioiii.il officers of tho city of Kflgerton, county, Mrs. W. H. Kelly, mayor; Jli-h Tlmmux Oreer, police judge, and Mrs. Nat Koss, Mrs. Holla Hol- dt-n, Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs. .Stewart, members nf the city cmincil, have become disgusted with tlli'ii- acquired honors and have resigned. They wi-re elected origi- pur-1 nally as a joke. When they qualified and manitesitd u disposition to relnrni theold way o! iluniK l i In- men nmile such a racket that life lioc.Riie u burden to the wfimen. Struck Itot-k In a Tunnel. CAMPBELT.TOV, M. B., May 44 ou entering Morrissey rock tunnel, near te.irine; out latter Fireman DO TOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS WPONC SORT; THt AREC. ED PEARL TOP i, BREAK? AND ARE GEO, A MACPETH J, CC Pittsburg, brought their sou home from here, struck ten tons of rock which hail the Philadelphia blind ass-lum five days I fallen from the top-of the tunnel The ago In a dying condition. Moore hail been train bud two engines. The first tender an inmate of the asylum since 1885 and re- latedtohis attendants in the hospital a terrible story of bad treatment, poor clothing and worse food while in the blind asylum. Moore claimed that Principal King instructed the pupils in liou in all sorts of vices, gave them liquor todri.uk, etc. The attending physicians death to bad treatment while in the asylum. Shoemakers Strike. BOSTON, May 13.-The workmen in Un Co.'s shoe factory at Pittsfield Jululee offering of the women of England, have struck because the firm refuses to The uueeu's eyes were suffused with tears win tin-own completely over its engine the rear engine ran into the leading eu- the o( Angus Graham was killed and Driver Jacob McNutt seriously hutt. The men in the hecoud engine were uninjured. The Trainmen Seared. NKW YORK, May 8.-Traiumen, from engineers to brakemen, on the New York Central railroad are in a state of mine over the introduction of two mammoth engiues-Nos. 503 and 585-whlcb can hau fifteen sleepers each, or twice the regular number, and which are designed to run fifty miles an hours. If they are success- ful the road will be equipped with such engines. The trainmen say this will throw half the present force ont of work. A Midwife's Confession. ST. PETEHSHUBG, Way 13. -A professional midwife, arrested at Vilna a few days ago, has confessed that for years past -she has disposed of the infants born in her estab- lishments by killing them and throwing their bodies into unused wells. Several persons highly connected have been ar- rested for complicity In her crimes. The Multa Negotiations "ucceniful. LONDON, May The czar's blue book just issued by the government shows tbat the negotiations of Gen. Simmons with the Vatican iu regard to tbe btutus of the Roman Catholic church in Malta was suc- cessful in every particular, the pope evinc- ing a desii-e to please The Old Colony Company Indicted. BOSTON, May The Transcript gays it la understood tknt the Kritnd jury has in- dicted the Uhl Colony Kuilrood company for not complying with the law requiring weekly payment of wages. Tntslve Hundred Men on Strike. NEWYoKK, May 13.-Twelve hundred cigarmakers are on strike for an increase in pay, ranging from BO cents to per thousand. No non-union men have been found to take their places. The Albert .Statue Unveiled. Victoria, as- An Idle Mine Starts Up. MOUNT CAHMKL, Pa., May lS.-The Mount Carmel Shaft company, after an idleness of thirteen weeks, resumed opera- ,.'sur pai k of the Prince Consort. It was a The President Will Oo to Cleveland. WASHINGTON, May 13.-President Har- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT N. Y. Imve fro.nK.nt requests niiiil for samples of new Hucli ivqui'stH 11 workln f I P'P'WPtl to IfCI'lvW Wli to f- 111 tO tile wanted. State whether edg- ings, insertions or flotincincs also what width -and norne idea of the price. We have a stock of em- broideries that in second to none in the country and su- perior to any in Buffalo, llie money value we offer !H nimbly iinparalled. Ihere are edgings from i of an inch to 18 inches wide iu cambric, jaconet, nainsook and .SwiHs muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over embroideries in great variety. VtFJoiimtingN in the different widths from IKjnchesto GO nclies. Special of at per yard. ADAM, MKI.DKIIII New goods for this season coming in daijy. The iiiislin underwear stock is complete, also tlie linen stock, the cotton stock nnd the white ROOMS TO RENT In I lie Mvrclinnbi Hani, Intjinrenf Jucoli Wiitm-i 01 Flunk Mny. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received n I'uli hm- ol1 Equal to any in the city, ant at prices that will pay yon to see him befoi j pnrcbfiHing. OUR SPRING AND BUM- MER UNE OF WE HAVK ;THEM pu PAT- ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FAN'-Y COLORED ;OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOK STREET WEAR. OIIIIIUALI o onu SULLIVAN 06 oUN 213 Centre Street, goods Block. By "complete" we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities in tlie country can brine to- gether. The, Winter stocks are of fmng great bargains. Then never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Moldrum Anderson1 DRY GOODS, l arpets and Draperies StaUoniry. AMERICAN 'tWi-402 MAIff Mt'J'KALO. N. V. C. O. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 304 MAW ST.. HUFFAI.O, N. V. DKALRlt IN )5amonds, Watches and Jewelry, Jlixiku, Silverware, Leather liowli., etc. XORA VINO, UOLU SIL I'KH Ft. ATI NO. A COHTLBTB LIUK OP HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN Opposite IroqnniK Hotel REWARD! WE will way Hie n-war-l for any case 1 Complaint, Dripc-pola, Sick llesdacbc, niltgeatiun, i nnmipatiun or Cootlvcncss annot ciire with Wcet'u Vein-table Liver Finn, when the arc strictly complied nitb. hey pnrely and never fail la iicnuu'slactmn. MnKarCoaled. Liirgrboxen, mtnining 30 Pills. 86 llrwurcof eouo- rfeit-t, and imitations. Tbe genuine mAnti- :rnre.l only hy JOHN C. WB811 A CO. 8oM y l-HAKMAcy. O kirk. H. y. ITTSBURGH, PA, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. NEWSPAPER!   

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