Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 13, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 13, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK N. Y., TU FSD AY, MAY 13, 1890. NO. 7(5. B hephesentative USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. Mf:. .Iimv I’KT HILL A NKW KUUNO MACHINE for ruling all kind# of blank# Is the latest addition o* W Meehaii'cal Department of Duuk I reprinting Uotnpsnv.1 4 LEXANUEK’H Coal ami Wood Til^.7* \ Central Avenue. ouuo#it* NirEel Plat* i>*ipo4. All grade* of Hard and Soft *,'***» Wood! Lumber. Shingles and UIL tree ieliv r Correapouduure for wholesale Iola solicited. Ii K. ttlPTUBD, t» and Mf* Central Are. ■Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous of Ha hi es a specialty. Sitters for sunshine except for ’holograph# a co I not jjad •nines Hook hindkky-jameu i*viw», Pro- pru tor, No. I* K. Seoottd street, near Ituf-faio street. Dunkirk. N. T. Ma«ai|M».Mii-atc. Pamphlets, etc., hound in all style*. order# promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. Ii I K* MKK S CHOCK KHY MOU**, HJS central Avenue tiolosnle mid retail dealer in la p*irle*l ami to nit'nit* China. Glassware, A*'. 1tJ Al TAI (JI ' HOTKL l /    Kates, ll per day. Livery and B*»aiding Stable in connection Victor Hider, iv. and in I .iou street. / OTI HAKIiKK SHOP I*    Cha*.    Nagle, Prop., Uniter Lake Shore NaUoual Hank, cornel Center and Thir*l streets. A line stock of foreign ami Domestic Cigars. I ION KLIN A SON, \ j    SSM    venter street. Practical horse shoers. Particular attention pan* to interfering hull a. Shoeing of road ss .. trotting horses a specialty. I) (J N Kl HK KT KH I NO OHSKKV KH. largest Daily in the Comity. An unequalled advertising medium. > UNK I KH KNOINKKK1.NO COMPANY. Funnel Iv sell® ar A Popple.i * Kl sian u lac lurers of Engine#, Hollers, Pulleys, iiaftiug flangers, etc. Patterns, rurgings, astint*, and Machine Work to order. I vUNKIKK HO I HT OO., JOT, **> and *07 I I Center street, Manufacturers of the C rom wall” anil “Dunkirk" jierfect - fitting ires* Shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, lotbing and dry good* houses iii Dunkirk. K. TOOMEY, , .    AM    and IN*'. Lion street. I .calci in F lour, Feed. alt. Baled Hay. Pima- I. Des ti I lei*, ct**. Established, 1(177. x KIK HOTEL and timing saloon, Union \ Depot Easy access to afi tram* aud busies* bolis*.*. Hest a«OouiU»<alation* for CoUi-iercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. * OLK KH A t o., un and 98 E Third street Pine Eurniture, Caln net Ware ami Up-daiering. Picture Eraiue* ma*le toonier. I). M ATT KHON A CO., All Central Ave , anders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters J AHII I MTK A M HEATING CO.. anufacluiers of Steam Heating Apparatus Aa ii tar? Plumbing a Specialty. j OME. STRAM LAUNDRY. Our epe«-ialties:    Kin*    Shirts,    IU*;    Cellars, i; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtain*. Free tmh? ■y a W. Cummings, JUT Center street. I. K. OEHM. K. Third st., cor. of Buffalo muLiClurer and dealer in F'ine Hoot* A Shoes I ICN KY WEILER'* NKW STOKE., KH E. Third st. H**oks. stationery, Musical In urueutM, Magazines, Dally aud Weekly Pamirs d every thirg perUuaiug lo a first class book .re. Sclioo. Book# a specialty. OH PKI STI no of every description ami at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Pouting Company, 8 and IU E. Second St. II. YAN BUREN A SON, Eire Life, Accolent and General lusuiacoa. Deal-, in H*'al Fatale an«l I Alans. Par* leu tar muon paid to the care of properly collcct-i rents Ic. flu Center si. ‘iud floor. [IN KO B’S PHARMACY, JOU central Avenue (quarters for Wall Palier Paint .Oils, Ac. KK INS, J. W., WW Outer stied, nu ta** lurer ami *iealer in Harness, Saddle#. ic*, collars. Trunks,W hips, Buffalo Kobe*. « Covers Glove# Mittens and Sleigh Holies H* HOLTEN, 17 East Thin! Simi tunable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to advantage location meIteforepurchasing It. CAKY A CO., SHS Lion street, eueral Hardware, W bite Lead,Oils Painter s plies. OU Cloths, Oral. ie Ware. A special f Sherwm W illiams Pa.otaml Monroe range ULI NG, such as Idank-books, le«lgcrs, ami all kinds of blanks dour at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IU E. Second HL DOLPH MOLDEN HALEK. Cor. Third aud Buffalo St-.. tier in Granite, Marble, I egging and mg Stone. Call on me before buying anle-walk IHLKY a co., 7 ami lf East Front street. Whisky, Wince, Brandies. tvu.erai Liquor dtore for Family Use. OH KMT M * KA Y, Lion street, near the depot-• •anting, NAUS. Feed and Livery Stable til tug bt the day or week on reaaot-abh J GIF'FO HD, JOI Central Ave. (Up ire! General Insurance and Beal Estate: Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock K*. Prompt attention givan to buying lug Beal Estate ION EN, 75 E. Third st, cor l>eer. nor Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Meats, I,ar<I, sausage®, Oyster# and A TCHEN, JEWELRY, AC. ;Buy UM Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. f rank I. Slap!, hi! K Thirl st - M. HtH HKE Merchant Tailor, Mfi Central Avenue PHA* FESS I BN AL. T. KOI.PU, M. D.. Physician and Surgeon I mice over Lynn's Drug Store. Residence,Central Avenue Telephone No. I*. Call* may he left al Lyon’*. ME f.1A!'E3 THE OPENING SPEECH IN ITS FAVOR. A Bt rang A nonmen! In Enver of the In-crtSMsi t sois«« al Stiver ami El* Metalivin— I lia Tariff Debate I o^tluhad In th* ll ou#e—Considerable I* rn grass Mad* W ith A tutudaiauU. Washington. May IS—The femur* of yester* la >’<• -ei.nie pnx-evffing* wan a long •pee* It by Vr J ne* of Ne* ju.. iii f apport mf Ilia Hiller bill M r a ten stroke for three hours, aud claimed the clo eat at teuton from senators on both sides of the cham lier 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 nu amendment. Messrs. Vent and Coke stated that, as members of the committee, they did not ooucur iii the report; and Mr. Hoar explained the effect of the action recommended. The matter weut over till today. Mr. J ours of Nevada then took the floor aud spoke in support of the hill reported from the finauoe committee authorizing the issue of the treasury mites on deposits of silver. At the outset he spoke of the general unrest prevailing throughout the country. The prices of all commodities, ho said. had fallen and continued to fall. Such a phenomenon as a constant and progressive fall iu the general range of prices bad always exercise*! so baneful au Influence on the proeperity of mankind that it never fai levi to excite al teat urn VV lieu a fall in prices wa* found operating on the products of all industries, when it wa* found not to be confined to any oue clima, country or race, but to lie diffused over th* civilized world—found not to la* a characteristic of any oue year, but to go ou for a aeries of years, it became manifest that it i-outd not arise from local, temporary or subordinate causes, hut that it must have its Genesis aud development in some principal of universal application What was it, lie asked, that produced a general lie* line of price* in any country* it was a shrinkage in the volume of money , relatively to the population ami business i*rosperity and speculation had liven stimulated at times by great yields from mines; aud when those mines were worked out, then came revulsion aud adversity. He wanted to speak of the natural ratio be- I tween gold and silver existing for ‘J,.MIO or I J,UUU yearn—a ratio of 15ly to 15 -and said that it was only situ* th* legislative pre script ion of silver iu Germany aud the United States aud its l»anistiiueut from the mints of Europe that any material change iu that ratio took place, aud that the pres cut divergence in the relative value of the two met ala was directly due to the legal outlawry of silver, aud not to any natural causes It had always lieeu the object of the creditor class to enhance the value of money by reducing its volume, ao that wheii the gold mines of California aud Australia were producing the largest yield it was proponed to demonetize gold The motive of demonetization In the case of told, as well as silver, was to aggrandize he creditor class of the world and to con riscate, so far as {Miscible, the rewards of (he hardy toilers. The demonetization of silver by Germany after her war with France, he said, inflicted greater evils on her people than her armies had inflicted on France; aud when this evil begau to have its effect, a veritable hegira of the German (adulation liegan to take pbu-e. The demonetization of silver by the United States iu 1873 he regarded as one of those historical blunders that were worse than crimes It was the child of iguorauce aud avarice, aud it had proved the prolific parent of enforced idleness, poverty ami misery. No letter remedy could be applied than the abso lute reversal of that legislation, aud put-tiag ba* k the monetary system of the country to what it was before 1873. if the monouietallisls would compare gold aud silver with commodities in gen erat tile) woald see how the metals had maintained their relations, not to each other, but to a1 pother things; they would bud that instead of a fall having taken place in the value of ailver, the change that had really taken place was a rise in the value of both gold and silver, the rise tieing relatively slight in silver aud being ruinously great iu gold. Discussing the bill (lending liefore the senate, Mr. Jones declared himself at all times and in all places a firm aud tin wavering advocate of the free and unlimited coinage of silver. Iu view, however, of the great diversity ni opinion on the subject and the (KMsibility that by reason of such diver sity the session of congress might terminate without affording the conutry any re lief from the baneful aud benumbing effects of the demonetization of silver, he had joined with other mem liers of the committee in reporting the hill. Net liming to Ilia argument, Mr. Jones 'aid that iii order that pri*-es might lie kept from falling, the numtier of dollars out shoo hi not be reduced iu nu rn tier, for (he purchasing power of each dollar de pend on the whole numtier out. At the auggestion of Mr. Teller, Mr. Jones pi tat (siuts I further remarks until to day. The senate theu went into executive session and a few moments later adjourned. IN THE HOENE. Washington, May IS —The house yesterday, in commit tee of the whole, resumed discussion of the tariff bill, (iu the read mg of the bill by paragraphs for amend meld. Mr. Breckinridge of Kentucky of *ered an amendment, providing that atty manufacturer of the United Stales who sella his prod acta outside of the United ♦ tales shall lie entitled to admit tree of Ally articles w hich he desires to u>c in his business to the value of the art ides exported Rejected. Mr Anderson of Kansas offered bu amendment, providing that the president may suspend the rate of duty on au imported article wheu, in his judgment, the production, manufacture or sale of such article is monopolized or attempted to be controlled by auy trust or com bi nation. After au exciting debate this amendment was adopted -87 to 76—by a division vote Mr. Anderson and Mr. Owens af Indiana were the only Republicans voting in favor of it. The announcement of the vote was receive*! with applause on the Democratic side. On a vote by tellers the ameudmeut was rejected—yeas. YI; ti ay a, HO The Republicans in turn greeted the announcement of the vote with applause Mr. Bland of Mitmouri offered an amendment proposing to admit free foreign goods wheu exchauged for American products. Rejected—yea* 72, nays 22. Mr. Breck iu ridge of Kentucky offered so ame ad me ut proponing to change the isle HJS** which the bill I- to Lake effect from .inly i i „>At to July I, I ate I Mr Melvin^* «iH that the bill should go Into arter* n soon aa possible after ea act tap ut, so as t« prevent i rn perter* freon tilling up oar as ark et* with goods upon which Ute duties were increased Just when the bill wen Id become a law he cauld not nay, but he felt that It should take effect as boom as possible. The amendment was rejected—yeas 74, nays 74. Mr. Niedringhaus u# Missouri proposed an amendment making commercial boraces acid dutiable at 3 instead of 5 cents per pound Rejected Mr. ('overt of New York move*I to strike out the clause imposing a duty of a quarter of a wni a pound on muriatic acid, aud followed his motion with an nrgu me ut against the bill as not tieing for the benefit of agricultural interests. Mr. Perkins of Kansas referred to the Democratic solicitude concerning the welfare of the farmers of Kausas He was satisfied that the arguments indulged in would not deceive Hie farmers. It was unfortunately true, he said, that for Ave yearn or more the agricultural interest* had beeu depressed. Kvery day that lievelaud was president farms depreciated in value (applause on Republican aide.) Bnf there were signs of a removal of that depression by the inspiration of the proposed legislation of a Republican coagresa Mr. Breckinridge of Kentucky ridicule*! the speech made by Mr. Perkins and expressed his gratification that with the fanners of Kansas everything wa* lovely. He ho|ied that the farmers’ alliance would accept the assurance that everything was lovely. After fun her debate Mr. Covert’s amend inent was rejected, as well as another to strike out the duty on sulphuric acid. Committee then rose and the house ad jeu rued THE CORNER IN SILVER. Director of th* Mint Leech Hays Ne Knows Nothing About IL Washington, May 13.—Mr. Izoech, the director of the miot, in an interview with a representative of the Unite*! Presa about the published report that there was a corner in silver iu this country, and that in consequence he was buying silver bullion abroad, said: “I see that I am quoted as saying that the government was buying bullion in Ijotidon and storing it in the assay office at New York, and that it in also storing silver in the West aud burning certificates. The correspondent evidently misunderstood me. What I did say was that ailver was tieing bought in london and shipped to this country and deposited at the assay office at New York, for fine bars which were being stored by private parties. The government has bought no silver in london, nor ha* it stored any silver in the West. It is not storing silver at all, aud of course is not issuing certificates on silver bullion, a* there is no law authorizing such issue. “I did “ay that but little silver is being offered the government for sale, aud that at a price considerably above the market price and a I love tire price at which certificates on silver bullion deposited iu the western national (tank* are beiug sold in New York. In regard to a corner in silver I -aid that I did uot know anything aliout it.” Waylaid and Murdered. Glens Falls, N. Y., May 13.—loamier Paseo, a prominent citizen of Thurman, Warren county, wa* waylaid aud murdered Saturday evening. The uew'softhe I murder reached here Sunday evening aud District Attorney Patterson aud Coroner Streeter drove to the scene of the tragedy. Several witnesses were examined during the evening at the inquest The dead man’s back wa* riddle*! with buckshot I Two heav ily loaded barrel* were fired at , him. The murderer took up a potation at . one side of the road aud as Pasco passed, shot him down. Footprints show where the murderer concealed himself, Pasco wa* a man uliout CO years old and was known to bs # many enemies. A* the i lindy was uot tom bed after the murder I the motive of lite crime is snpistsed tube revenge The inquest wa* adjoined with , out date aud the coroner returned to Glens Falls. They Want the Senatorial Mantle. Frankfort, Ky.. May 13.-. The legixla lure reassembled yesterday after the recess which was taken as a token of resped to the memory of United States Senator Beck, aud the campaigns of the men who are not only willing hut anxious to secure the toga are waxing warm There has been some talk of (Kist(Mining the election for a month as an additional token of re sped. but by the majority this is not regarde*! as good politics, and hence little more than a week after the senator’s deaf h his mantle will have lieen bestowed upon his successor. There are 116 Demo* rats in the two houses and fifty-nine will consequently la* require*! to uoiuinate. A Lon* Circuit. MONTREAL, May 13. -McGill college observatory and Greenwich were placed in telegraphic communication with each other Sunday over the lines of the Commercial cable ami Cauadiuu Pacific railroad and oils*-rvat ions here showed that the time occupied iii transniitting signals the 3,.'AXI miles was three quarters of a second. Further test* are to tie made between Greenwich aud Vau Uncover, B C., with a view of correcting time aud fixiug longitude between coast poi ut*. A Coinage Bill. Washington, May IS.—Mr. Plumb In trodured in the senate yesterday a bill “to *l«-« I a re the unit of value iii the Uuited Slates aud to provide free coinage for the standard silver dollar.” The bill declares the dollar the unit of value aud provides that it may be coined of 4I‘1‘| grains stun •lard silver or ‘Za.H grains standard gobi, he coins to lie “legal ten*Ie. ” Any oue owner of silver bullion mav dejiosit for coinage, but any deposit of less than JUJU value may be declined. W anted Against a VV tonsil. KATON, O., May 18. Dr. A. C. Hawley, who took forty half grains of morphine ami then -tn t himself through the heart in Ids office Sunday, left a mite addressed to the citizens ut Futon lie warns the putilic age.in-t a woman named Mrs. Kliza J. Nossette, who threatened to prosecute him because he hail refused to treat her. She is a dangerous wumau, he says, and should uot tie allowed to live iu any com utility.     (____ Man aud Money Hat* Y an I shed PlTTBBLIW, May KL—A special from Warren, Pa., tai The I .cadet says: Much excitement prevails over the disappear auce of C. ll N. Kenneth of the Pennsylvania Ga*company's office. Ten thousand dollars of tl»e company’s money has disap pea ml also. A number of large billa are unpaid It is ho|*ed he will return to make matters right. He is a eon of Henry Ksa (seth of Munnsville. AT TRE COL URN (LIB. A GATHERING OF FREE-TRADERS IN MR. POTTER'S HONOR Mr. Gladden# Coaunruti tm the American Mel hat of Dealing With the Chines*—Mr. Potter Thinks th* Tariff Will be the Issue ta the Next Pres! deal tat Campaign. London, May 13.—There was a notable gathering of free traders at the Cobden club yesterday, the occasion tieing the presentation of an address to Mr Thomas Bayley Potter, Gladstonian member for Rochdale Mr. Potter for several years occupied the position of honorable treaic urer of the club and is recognized as one of the highest authorities on tariff matters in Kuglaud. The address wan presented by Mr. Glad Htoue who, iu the course of his s(iecch, re fermi to the uuti-Uhiueae legislation iu the United States. Owing to the ambiguity of the legislation on the ('bines* question, he said, he was not altogether clear whether the Aptericau government taxed ('kinase who entered or barred them all out. Auy way, he thought that the C hinese were to be dreaded more for their virtues than their vices, which he did not lielieve to be uearly ho extensive or flagrant as the grounds taken for their exclusion alleged. In an interview subsequently, Mr. Potter declared it to be bis conviction that the tariff question would again be the issue in the presidential campaign in America in 18IF1, when the free traders ar tariff reformers would, iii all probability, be successful. BTA NI JCT IN A BAD LIGHT. Mr Henry M. Stanley is giving way to an exhibition of ill tentier w hich disclose* in his chara*ter an element of egotism which threaten* to increase the number of his enemies if allowed to remain uncurbed. Just now he is complaining of the cowardice of the public meu and the (tress of Kugland in uot takiug an aggressive position against Germany in Africa at his Iffiest and is inclined to lielittle the intellectual qualities of those who do not agn*e with him iu the matter of Kngland's immediate domination of the lake aud other desirable portions of tile interior. He admits, however, that there is plenty of room in Africa for lsith Germany and Kngiand, but thinks that an Kuglisii railroad should lie constructed at once to connect the lakes and place that region lie yond the possibility of occupation by THE MASONIC HOME. The Committee to Meet In New Turk and Select Plans. Utica, N. Y.. May KL—Grand Master of Masons John W. V mon tau left yesterday for New York, where he will meet the elective grand offh'en*. advisory committee and the trustees of the grand lodge, at the grand master’s rooms In the temple. To them will lie submit ted the plans for the construction of the Masonic asylum and -ichool in this city. Six fit ms of architects will submit plau* represcutitig the cities of Buffalo. Roches, ter. AHiaiiy, Brooklyn ami New York. The speci heat ions are to he submitted in cipher, ami the makers of the plans will not be known until after the selection is made Ka*-Ii of the competitors will receive the sum of flfiUO, as a (Mtrtial eompeu* ■vation for the lulorof preparing the plans, ex«ept the successful one. Immediately after the plans have lieen decided U(*oii they will lie o(ien to iusjiec-tiou of contractor*, so that uodelay may I*-experienced m receiving and accepting bids. It i.* iii ten* i ad to have all the plans for const met ion leady U-fore the graud lodge shall adjourn, ami they will lie laid l**fore tha* Issiy for final acceptance. I'he trustees have the jsiwer to accept plans an«l contract for the work, but it is the desire of Grand .Master Vrooman to t y the entire matter la-fore the grand I Ige. ho no mistake may lie made and file advice and counsel of all may be con-ddered. An F'.xritlug Steamship Race. Liverpool, May KL—A stirring race took (dais* between the steamship A Urania and the City of Rome on their last trip from New York The Aureola left New Vork Sat Imlay, May 3, at 4 p. in., ami the City of Rome at 5 p. in. They kept each •titer in sight all the w-ay across, the \urauia^Js-iug always about five knots astern. ^As the ships neared Brow Head early Sunday morning the City of Rome led by aliout ten minutes and the bettiug •dn»ard ls»fh ships wa* fast aud furious. When they approached the Mersey the Rome was fifteen minutes ahead, ami the passenger* wagered with each other on Isturd. while the spectators ashore, who had become aware of the rate, t**»k odds first «mi one ship and then "on the other. Hie Lauding* at Liver|iool was made at 7 »’«l«s-k iu the evening, and the City of Rome was the winner. of other powers. Such a railway, he asserts, would open the interior to trade, the value of which eau scarcely be esti-niated. FTe expresses admiration for Maj. NS insulant!, hut is disinclined to *(a-ak of Kmiu or of bis uew expedition. Throughout the interview in which Mr. Stanley expressed himself as altove be referred to himself as ait Kuglishinan. mrs. lk&lhTs would bk lovnit. Mr*. Frank Leslie ha* arri veil iu london, aud her coming bus a rouse* I the Marquis de lw-u vide to activity. The pre se lice of the lady in London was the signal for the marquis to begin the circulation of re ports that her visit had for its object her t .py ,j7iD 4. marriage to himself and the industry he has displayed in their dissemination (ate yoke* surprise and disgust. The French government ha* recognized Hyppolitea' president of the Haytiaii re public. A Cat holt** F'e«trat ion. Pittsburg, May 13.—At a meeting of liotnau Catholics here an organization was perfected to Is* known as the Amen-an Federation of Catholic socitien. It is proposed to consolidate all the Catholic Hrgani/.ations in the country nuder that name. The main object and aims of the federation as set forth in the constitution ire; The more thorough cementing, maintenance and promotion of cordia! fellow-hip among the Catholic laity everywhere md the upholding ami conserving of the public welfare of Catholic communities iii each ami all resja-cts, as regard* either the advancement of general brot lierho«>d. or die vindication of common iujiiImnnI against any ami all ignoble encroachments Iii this county they claim to have 3i>,UUU memArrangements were (s-rfecte*l for a grand public demonstration in this IN THE COMMONS. The VV Plow Wants Her Share. New Y<»rk, May 13.—An Kimiradispatch *ays. John H. Stanchfield has lieen re aiued Ut contest the will of Gen. fa-ster B. Faulkner of Dansville. The contest is brought by bis widow on grounds that the document offered is not the will of Gen. Faulkner, ami that it was obtained by threat ami intimidation. The will was made iii 1*73, ami leaves most of his property to Mrs. “Jack” Brow ti and her children. Gen. Faulkner was generally known to have lieeu intimate with Mr*. Virginia Beef Must Stay Out of I'liglaud. The License Hill. London, May KL—Iii the house of common* last evening Sir J. G. 8. Kinloch, metal«er for Fast Barth, asked the gov* eminent to allow the importation of state I Brown, and was refuted to lie the father cattle from Virginia, which,    be claimed. ,»f her    three    son*.    I ii‘the will he declares were always free from pW*ur*epueuru*.ina J hi* affection    for Mrs. Brown and asserts Mr. Chaplin, president of the board of he is I he fat her of her tw*» eldest sons. agriculture, denied that Virginia rattle laster amt Howl There will lie a hearing were always free from pietiro    pneumonia, 1 in the    case    Is-fore    the surrogate of Liv- and referred to the reports of    the Amen* I jouuty    July    14. can department of agriculture iu proof of I *    --...................... ........... his assertion. On that showing the gov eminent could not make an exception of Virginia cattle. Mr. Ritchie, ex president of the local government Isstrd, moved the secoud reading of the local taxation bill, tlealiiat with licenses to public lion-es. The purpose of the government in proposing that part of the sums .-ill** ated to l*s*al finances be used for the purchase of license* hum, be declare*!, to promote teuiperan**e. He appealed to the temperance party to recognize the existing fai ts. Public opinion would not support them in trying to re Fears of Murder. Middlesborough, Ky., May 13.—Fears .ire entertained that (’apt. C. ll. Hawkins, chief revenue olin-er, and Iii* (ursae of twenty Melt, who left here Thursday last for Rennet!’* Fork ami Clear Fork, Cum-lieriaml mountains, to destroy illicit stills, have met with foul (day at the bauds of (he moonshiners. Hawkins intended to return her*- Friday or .Saturday, as he secured a sp cia! train to leave Pineville at IO o’clock to convey to Covington, Ky., twenty nine Uuited States prisoners, seventy-five witnesses, three deputy mar- duce to beggary people who were doing a    [    sbals and    seven guards.    Capt.    Hawkins legitimate business.    j    baa not    lieen heard    from    since 2    o’clock Mr. W. S. Caine, Unionist,    moved that    i    Thursday    afternoon, the bill la- rejected The    temperance    j--- party, he said, could not assent to a measure providing for the use of public uiouey to buy up liquor trafficker*. Aui«-ndineut» to the Anti-Trust Hill. Washington, May 13.—The senate com mitteeon the judiciary has re(x>rted back the anti-trust bill with the house amend incut modified by the omission of certain •Iniiil>e<t Into a Tat of Arid. Middletown, N Y., May 13. — At De Bruce lH*t week ii young man named Asa Bishop juintied into a vat of tsiiling acid at a factory abd was so badly sea hie* I that be soon died in great agony. Before i-qm-inittiug the act Bishop said: “Go*si bye ltoya: see me dive.” He instantly plunged into one of the ladling caldrons. Bishop words. The amendment adopted by the was industrious aud seemed devote*! to bouse was the insertion of the following j bi* wife and thr e children, but among hi* words: “Kvery‘cont rad or agreement en- . f* il«*w workmen he w a* unsociable and tered into for the purpose of preventing t eccentric, ami they were iii the habit of chaffing him. it is thought that this unbalanced his mind. com (>et it iou in the purchase or sale of a commodity transmit ted from one state or territory to Is* sold in another or so con tincted to be sold, or to prevent competition in the transportation of persons or property from one state or territory into another shall lie deemed unlawful within the meaning of this act; provided that the contracts here enumerated shall not I a-construe* I to exclude any other contract or agreement declared unlawful in this act.** The acuate committee report* in favor of the adoption of this amendment striking out the phrase “competition iii the put Maiir it Warm for the Women. Olathe, Kan., May KL—The womeu recent ly elected muni--ip.il officers of the city of Kdgerton, this county, Mrs. W. H. Kelly, mayor; Mrs Thomas Greer, poliee judge, ami Mr*. N.it Ross, Mrs. R4>Uh Holden, Mrs. H. C. Browu and Mrs. Stewart, mein liers of the city council, have become disgusted with their acquired honors and have resigned. They were el«*eted origi nally as a juke. Wheu they qualified ami chase” and ending “or to prevent, and! manifested a dispirit iou to reform the old striking out also the last clause in the wax of doing things the men made such a amendment la-ginning “provided Hail Treatuieut af the H!tu«l. PITTSBURG, May KL -Stephen Moore, aged 21 years, died Iu St. Frances hospital yesterday. Moore’s parents, who reside iu Pittsburg, brought their son home from tile Philadelphia blind asylum five days ago in a dying condit ion. M«Kire bad I teen an inmate of the asylum since 1*85 and re lated to his attendants in the hospital a terrible story of ba*! treatment, (Hair clothing and worse f(HNi w hile ill the blind asylum. Moore claimed that Principal King instructed the pupils iu the in t it tx I iou in all sorts of vices, gave them liquor to drink, etc. The attending physicians attribute Misire’s death to bad treatment while in the asylum. Shoemaker* Strike. Bolton, May 13 —The workmen iii laxn-caater fit Co.’n shoe factory at Pittsfield have struck because the firm refuse* to discharge a non union cutter. The trouble may eau*# the firm to clone Its Pittsfield •tor*. way of doing tilings the men made such a racket that life lice;ane a burden to the womeu.__ Struck lt**i k in a Tuuut-I. Campbellton, N B., May KL—Train 44 ou entering Morrissey rocs tunnel, rieur 1 here, struck ten tons of rock which had fallen from the top of the tunnel. The train bail two engines. The first tender I wa-thrown completely over its engine, Hie rear engine ran into the leading en gin*, tearing out the right side of the latter. Fireman Angus Graham was killed tui*l Driver Jae«*b McNutt seriously hint. l'he men in the second engine were uninjured. The Albert statue I nveiled. Lindon. May 13.—Queen Victoria, as aisled by King leopolil of Belgium yester day unveiled the memorial statue iu Windsor paik of the Prime Consort. It was a jubile** offering of tin- women of Kugland. The quecu’s eye* wen* suffused with tears during the cermony iii whiob she took part in semi-state, in the presence of 2,uu0 t noon*. a mg nmicAYiw REVEALED IN THE BANK INVESTIGATION AT ALBANY. William Gould's Statement That He Was Not Concerned in the Matter Proven to be False—Whitney Kearrested—The hum Stolen Said to Reach Over a Hundred Tho in.* sd Dollars. Albany. May 13.—The bank defalcation is developing most extraordinary facta. The deuial of William Gould that he had anything to do with the matter is proved to be almolutely false by the fact that late yesterday afternoon the firm to which he belong* confessed judgment in favor of the bank for Minuted $3i'»,(WO Tina is di vide*!, it is said, about evenly among the firm's members. The hank holds the paper of Anthony Gould, formerly re corder of Albany, for 118.(XXI. Gould bae lived high. He is a brother in law of Whitney’s. William Coil Id, another brother, has pajer to make gisal amounting to till.(XX), and the other fa.(XX) is di vided between the two other brot liers I*ate yesterday afternoon Whitney was again arrested, it being found that two of hts bondsmen bad overdrawn their ac ton Ute, George L. Thomas in the sum of ♦2,500 and Kdward Taylor $2,‘XXI. Whitney wus put in charge of an officer and allowed to go in search of bail. Uuited States District Attorney John K. Smit Ii lias arrive*! iu the city and will determine whether or not to prosecute. The a ii in stolen will reach over tlOU.UUU, hut aliout *40.(X * I has already ia-eii made good The district attorney state* that the uew landsmen will have to prove property valued at twice the amount of the bond, which is now |2U,(MIU on each of two counts. It is stated that ex Recorder Gould hud left the city.    _ Shot El iv Little < onnlii. Glens Kai I *, N. Y., May 13. —A 13-year-old boy named McDonald shot aud killed his 4-year-old cousin at Luzerne on Sunday. The circumstances leading to the tragedy are peculiar. William McDonald died in an insane asylum some tim* ago, leaving a widow aud two children. His brot her then left his own wife and resided with the widow, taking his 12 year old son with him. The house was, so arranged that another family who lived in it had to (Miss through the McDonald apartments iu order to reach their own sleeping rooms in the second story. Recently th® two families quarreled, sud McDonald com pelied his ueighliors to use a ladder in reaching their rooms On Sunday Mc llonuld went away from home, telling his son to sinai! the ueighlxirs if they tried to get into his part of the house. Iii handling the revolver during the day the boy shot his cousin fatally. The father has la-en placed under arrest. In favor of Tariff' Reforms. Philadelphia, May 13. —The following resolutions were presented aud unanimously adopted at the Third district congressional convention yesterday:    “Re solved. That the great and varied industries of Philadelphia and the maiutaineuce of compensating wage* for labor, absu lutely demand tariff reform that will give our industries free raw materials, greatly reduce the cost of the chief necessaries of life aud overthrow all trusts and combines which certainly oppress the masses. Both parties have solemnly promised the people tariff revision aud revenue reduction aud we demand that the pledge shall lie kept by congress by free raw material* for industries; the removal of all needless taxes oil the necessaries of life aud the reduction of all tariff taxes, which have bred and fostered monopoly combines.’’ A resolution was also read regarding the death of the late Samuel .1, Randall. TH* Charge af Plagiarism Dented. Washington, May 14.—Senator Ingalls made a statement to the press concerning th#* allegation of plagiarism in hi* s|a*e* h ou the death of the late Representative Burns. Mr. Ingalls say* that to his knowl edge he has never had a copy of tile Mas silloBs Mormons in his possession. When studying French at school he found in a book which he wa* reading a forcible article on the immortality of the soul It so impressed him that he translated it, and the ideas contained in it he has used a hundred times (clothe*] in his own lan guage) in speeches and letters. One of these occasions was the one referred to by the Kaimas City paper which charges him with plagiarism. The Trainmen Neared. New York, May a—Trainmen, from engineers to brakemen, ou the New- York Central railroad are iu a state of mind over the int reduction of two mammoth engines - Nos 548 and 586—which can haul fifteen sleepers each, or twice the regular number, and w hich are designed to run fifty miles an hours If they are success fill the road will lie equipped with such engine*. The trainmen say this will throw half the present force out of work. A Midwife’# Confession. St. Petersburg, May 13.—A professional midwife, arrested at Yiltia a few days ago, has confessed that for years pa--t -she has disposed of the infants born in ber establishment* by killing them aud throwing their bodies into unused wells. Several persons highly connected have la-en arrested for complicity in her crimes. The Malta Negotiation# Successful. London, May 13.—Th® czar’s bluebook just issued by the government shows that the negotiations of Gen. Simmons with the Vatican in regard to the status of the Roman Catholic church in Malta wa* successful in every particular, the pope evincing a desire to pleas** Kugland. The Old Colon)- Company Indicted. Bots TON. May KL—Tile Transcript say* it is understood that the grand jury has indicted the 01*1 Co I tiny Railroad company for not complying with the law requiring weekly payment of wages. Twelve Hundred Meu on Strike. New Yore, May KL Twelve hundred cigarmaktrs are on strike for an increase iu pay, ranging from 50 cents to $1 per thousand No nununion meu have lieen found to take their places. An Idle Mine Start# Up. Mot NT Carmel, Pa., May 13.—The Mount Carmel Shaft company, after an idleness of thirteen weeks, resume*! o|iera-tions yesterday, giviug employment to KUO ruiners. The President Will Go to CToveland. Washington, May 13—President Har rison expects to go to Cleveland, O., on the Both inst, to attend the Garfield monument ceremonies there on that date. BOYS' AND GIRLS'HATS Mens aud Boys’ Mixed Mac.maw Straw Press Hats. 2 b* Boys’ Fancy Mixed Kttaw Pies* Hats. only *8c. You th’a fine, nobby shape, fancy Straw Hats, silk ribbon band, best qualities, only »7c., worth 7ftc. A sac r ted sty Us Boys* plain and fancy style Straw hats, for school, only 25c. Boys’ fancy school Hats, extra good qualities only 17c. Girls’ wido-rim fancy school Hats, only 17c. Girls’widc-rim plain Sailor Hats, solid colors, only Du-Girls’ fine broadbrim fancy Sailor School Hats, only 22c. Girls’ (ilain and fancy mixed drefs Hats, only 250. and Mkt., worth 40c. Girls’ very stylish dress Hats, fancy braids, only -HH*, ami Ilk*. .Misses stylish dress Mats. very desiruble, only CRI aud boc. Ladies’ large sunshade Hats, only 15c. Men’s plain white Macanaw dress Hats. worth 75c., only 37 and 47c. Men’s fancy straw dress Hats worth 40*-., only 17c    Girls’ and Boys' Fancy Flannel Caps, stylish and vety desirable, only IM*-, Old ladies Mull and Lace Caps, infants’ ami children's plain aud fancy Lace Caps, from 23c. to 50c , newest patterns. ERIE JiTOTLB. SPECIAL ANNOIJNCF M LNT SI ODDAKT A (JO., Patent Attorney s. Hl.'i 7th fit,Washington, I).C-,opp I a. Patent'title®. Entente*, Caveat* anti Re I as ne# s**eure«l Trade Marks registered Al! Patent iMi-uie^ conducted for moderate Kiss*. Information. Advice aud iqteeiul ruff I cures Kenton resilient. IHI la £<ill IHI A MONTH can he made I® •L.'ffUnl W(>rk)I,K tof lls prrHolls (erred who < an furnish * hoi st .trtrt    their whole lime to the business. Spare moment# may la- profitably employed also. A lev* vat am ie# in town# and cities ILF. JOHNSON A CCL, 1009 Main St., Richmond, Va. 1'^oK HA I.E..—Two building lots, ftoviu, oil Leopard street near Fourth street. Inquire at 73 EJ. Four I ii street. ■(IC MOV AL. kDr. Leo. EJ. Blackball! Ila- removed hi- otliee and reside nee to No. .IU Dove street. OKI-ice Hoiks lo a. hi. till ion >11; I p.m. till 4 p. in. Sunday forenoon aud weekdax evening# l»v appoint iii' ut. WANKO For our fit liable Nursery Stock, on Salary or Unin-m 1 Hmon. H i Ie for terms. Need no experience OEI r Abir Kl SA.^:2:D4"'SALtSMEN HtH'hmti-r, N. I . ROOMS TO RENT In iii*- Merchants Rank building. Inquire of    * lf    Jamb    Witmer    or F'rank May. CARL SGHAOER 59 East Third St., Huh just rt ecived a full lim* of OrgcjMU. and_ Trouserings Kijiutl to buy iii tin* city, am! at priecH that will pay you to Hi m him bcfoi * purchasing. Buffalo, N. Y. W c have frequent i»*t|iit*sts l»y mail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars iii regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings , insertions or flouneings, also what width *and some idea of the price. \\ e 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. 4* Flouncing* in the different widths from 18 finches to OO inches. Special Dines of ^cambric «<lgon at fie'I (Nj. 124*.*,;] Ac and 2.V per yard. A ll A M, MKI.OKUM A; A HO KUNO*.I New goods for this season are coming in (lady. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods -all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in tin* country can brills to- I    *    O gluier. I he- VV inter stocks are of luring great bargains. Theres never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. OUR SURING AND HUMMER LINK OF Oxford Tie: ast Slippers WE HAVE ;THKM (IN PAT ENT LEATHER anti BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FAN* Y COLORED 'OOZE TRIM MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEATHER SLIPPER. WITH A LAROE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 21*3 Centre Street, Aj arn, Moldrum & Anderson* DRY GOODS, ( arpets and Draperies ll«Mtl*»|MiMt Hiatt onery, AMERICAN BUM K, MA /.V sr IC EET, _HI    FKAI.O. N. V._ C. V. Tenfold Marin faut ti mr anti Importer, 3«4 MAIM ST., Ill FFA 1,0, fc. V. DEALER IN I diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, ( hs-ks, Silverware, Leather (hhxIi, vt**. h XU HA Vt VG, hoi n SJL VR H PLA TINO A COMPLETE LINK OK HOLIDAY GOODS IMH MAIN MT It K KT, Optmtile Irnqimi# lint**) SbOO REWARD! WK will pay th*: above rewkrff for any ca#® of hirer Complaint, DyspejMfia, si«*k ll»*»<la**he, I mliftcation, t ooxtipatinn or O*#tireoe## wa cannot cur® with Went’# V«qz*'table Liver Pill#, when the »lir«***tiou« are Mtrn-tJy complied with. 7h**\ ..re purely Vegetable, and never fail to •five .all slav ti on Suirar *;<»aUsl. Lance bore#, containing 'AO Pill#. 2ft cent*. Beware of euiin-trrfrit*. and mutation#. The ^■nuine wa nu-f cured only Hr JOHN C. WKS I d CO. Hold tiv tfoNRijR’l l*HAKMA€r#D kirk, N. Y#Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS break! YOU CET THC WPO NC 8 OPT ; THE PICHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AMD ARE Made only by GEO. A. MACBETH L CO., PITTSBURGH. 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