Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 15, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 15, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. THURSDAY, MAY REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. AMKW BVIiEMtt MACHINE lor rnling aH kinds ot blanks U the latest viditinn m Mechanical Department ol Compsny.1 THEWOIIKJLLN BENEFITED CONGRESSMAN WALKER DEFENDS THE MANUFACTURER. Coal awt Wood T. and LMk. Free lor wtotasale lots OS and m Central Av O turromo, as and as central B. Arttsttc Instanuneoui Pnotoaranhs of Babies a spedalty. Hitlers lor enneklne except lor Balnea. IIOOK Bon> fl pnulor. Ho. __ pttj _____ Pro- Second street, near Bui- V. T. Manuiaes. Mn and in all Myles. All work guaranteed. BOHCBnCBI OBOCKHK UOCSK, 908 Ceatral .ranne. awl retail dealer poneil anil MmuaOe Chlaa, Glaesware, Ac. CMAOTAOUOA HOTEI, Kates, tl per day. lavery and Boarding- Stable in oonneetun Victor aider, JSS and WI Lion street. f SHOP Li Ckea. fTagle, Prop.. Jniler Lake Shore Uatk.ua! Bank, corner Center and Third streets. A Hoe stock ul i and Danueac Ugara. IOHKUB a MM. Center eireet. Practical huiee ehoera. Particular attention inlerfanut ahoemg ol road trotting ncrees a apeoiaUy. D DBKIBK CTKmaa 01 Largest Daily in the Connty. An unequalled inmlli COMPACT. Osstiiigs. and fonrerly Sellew Popple. Iran of Boilers, etc. Fattenu, Forgmga, Work to order. co, am Center itraet. Hanotacturera ol the jwell" aad nerteoi ntung Shirts. UD sale IB all laaainir formatting. Dress Shirts. UD sale oUtthinf and dry goods homes in Dunkirk. ainir f in Du DV. TOUMATX, an.HBR Laun .treel, Dealer ia rUior, Feed. alt. Balert Hay and Saloon, Cniou Ei Depot, bail aeeeas Ui aU trains ami btu- leese Beat aeeomnwdatioas for Com- siereiel Jona J. MnrpUy, Prop. EHI.KBIIACUW and W K. Tblnl atreel. fine raraiture. Cabinet, Ware auit Up- aoUtenuc. Picture frames nude Ut order. F.' O. MATTKHOK A CO, 901 Central Ave.. Leaders at rasbion aad Gentlemen Outfltutra. LiJ HKATIMO CUn Maautacraren of steam Ueauni Apparatus. Saiuuur Plumbing a Specially. II OatB LACMBBI. Oar speeUlttes: Fine Shirts, loc; Oollan. Laee Cnrtains. Free Oehv ery. A. W. Cnmounfj. W! Center street. 11 H.OCHM, E. Tbird St.. ear. of Buff.lc slenntaetnrer and dealer in fine Boots A Shoes Htaaa wmnra mtw STIUKE. E. Tkirdrt. Books, atattonery. Mameal In- evaoMntaJlaKaxiaesJwlyeadWeekly Pepera, end evervthirf pertainini to a drat clui book More, aeboot Books a apuoaltv. f OB FHUTUfO at every description anil at I lowest nflnj rates by Cnnkirk Printing Company. 8 and la E. Seeand St. I niilileel.nil Tlnnnril Insaraaae. Deal en la Beml and Loaoe. Particular la toe of property collect- lngrauta TOOentertt., 3uo Ccmtnl Avenue Hendqoarten tor WaU Paper Paint Mnnataetunr aad denier in ns. Saddles, n MBM; nekkveMe 17 Cast Third atmet. __________Taller. tieuUenien will Ind il Co tkeir edvejetnge to call OB me before parr.hasiag P. ROLDie. each ee bleak-books, ledfers, and all kinds ol blanks dome at Upnkirk PrlnUnf Compeoy, 8 and HI K. Second St. ___ Cor. Third and Buffalo Sta.. Dealer la OrauM. MarMe. and Bnildinc Stone. Can en me raying yonc aide walk. WUekT. Wines. Brandies. mw More (or raiaily tfn. eear tke depot. and Livery Stabte. or week on rrseonahkt _________M Cemtral Ate. (Dp fienevml laeomnee and Beal EetaM aad Lrtii Moea Menaent Tailor. Central Avenue K. T. mOLPB. H. D., PhyslclasaadSurteon ar Calb SWT he lett at Lvon'a. Clelnu the Laborer Dellnr of the Increase uf PrU-r Caosed fcy the Wijidom BUI Oppoaed by Senator Teller. WASH. .1, rov, Ma> house yester- day Insisted on the amendment to the___ ate dependent peiMiou bill, ami a con f cr- eate w isuiitun'd. The of the tariff bill hav- ing been rmuiutai iLr. bjuuiu mured t> reduce the duty on common earthenware from 25 te 35 per cent, ad valorem. He argued that taking this clause In connec- tion with the customs administration bill, it would be found that the duty OB earth en ware would be increased from 10 to 50 percent. Mr. Burrows of Michigan contended that the effect of the tariff was to reduce the prices of articles to the consumer. This contention was denied by Mr. Mills at Texas, ridiculed the idea that If the tariff reduced the prices the manu facturers would come to congress asking that the tariff be advanced for their bene- at. Mr. Walker of Massachusetts said that no manufacturer had come before the ways and means committee and asked thai duties be put up or down on his ac- count. The workingman got every dollar of the incrense of price on account of the tariff. As a manufacturer he hurled back the insult which denominated manufac- turers ax robber barons. Mr. Out h ef Ohio ridiculed Mr. Walker's position and quoted the testi- mony of a manufacturer before the com- mittee to the effect that he wanted a higher in order to compensate him- self. Mr. Mills said he had been charged the other day with an exhibition of plantation manners; the gentleman from Massachu- setts was now giving an exhibition of manufacturing manners. The members of the bouse were told that the gentleman as a manufacturer did not desire to pro- mote the interest of his class. He rose above party and interest. He became a pbilantrophist and presented not himself but the interest of labor. His heart was with devotion to the workingmen. He said that the tariff was intended to enable to pay wages to the laborer. The manufacturers paid 11.35 to labor for producing a ton of pig iron. The jovernment gave the manufacturers K 72 n order to enable his to pay that 11.25. The manufacturer paid labor 13 for pro- ducing a ton of steel rails; the government gave him (17 to enable him to pay it. Why did not the manufacturer give the 917 to the workiugmen instead of turning them out of work and going on tally-ho rides through the mountains of Scotland. Mr. Bynum's motion was tolsti. Mr Dunnell of Minnesota moved to reduce the duty ou chlua, porcelain, etc., from 55 to 35 per cent, ad valorem. Lout. Mr McMUlin of Tennessee moved to re- duce the duty on decorated chinawere from (8> to 40 per cent Various other amendments looking to a reduction uf the duty on earthenware nnd glassware were made on the Democratic but met with no success. In the course of the discussion of one of these amendments Mr McMilhu alluded to a Mr. Campbell of Pittsburg, a glass manu- facturer, asking for protection from for- eign labor while he was charged with im- porting foreign labor in violation of the contract labol law. Mr. Bergen of New Jersey ventured to ly that Mr Campbell was a Democrat. Mr Bynum of Indiana said that on the contrary Mr. Campbell was an ardent lupporter of Mr. Harrison. Mr. Bayne of Pennsylvania testified to the good reputation of Mr Campbell. Mr. Byuum denounced Campbell as a perjurer. Campbell had come before the and means committee and had held a consultation with the gentleman from West Virginia (Mr Wilson) and himself; and then had gone away and made an affi- davit which was false, and had Campbell ever come to bis (Mr Bynum's) district he would he in the cell of the prison to-day. Mr Bayne .said that he would take Mr. Campbell s word as soon as he would take that of the gentleman from Indiana: and knew them both. Mr. Wilnon of West Virginia confirmed what the gentleman from Indiana had said. In the public press and on every stump be had felt it his duty to denounce Campbell aa a perjurer. tn the course of some farther remarks Mi. Bynnm said that the committee on ways and means in the formation of its bill had closed the doors of the capital against the labor of the country, but ad- mitted the manufacturers. The majority of the committee raised the curtain and peeped out to see who was there. Mr. Flower of New York offered testi- mony that the committee had heard al! in- dustries that had requested a hearing. Mr. McKmley said the imputation of Mr Bynum wiis false. He did not permit any man to impute to the committee any bad motives or any lack of courtesy to the minority. Mr. Chandler of Massachusetts offered an amendment fixing the rate of duty on lamp chimneys at 45 per cent, ad valorem. Lost. Having considered sixteen of the 158 pages of the hill, the committee rose and tke house at 8 p. m. adjourned. silver coinage wu. II 0 0 2 Base hit-.- Bostim U. New York U. Error-i Boston W, New York II. Batteries Uurabert and Keefe and Mike and Hank O'Day. Al Buffalo Hnffalo. 0 u I) 0 I (I (I II 1 II H (I 0 U II II '-4 nit- RnlTalo T, Chicago 4. Batteries tVmin and Mat-k. Bartwa and Farn-ll I'mpires .md Mattheus. N4HOVU. I.KAUl'R. Al Bronkhn Bi-ookljn l) o o II II 1 0 0 U- 4 NewYurk I a u (I 0 U :l II t Bane hit- 1 rnnkhn il. New York Emirs Batterlu- and Ualj; Riial.- and Huck- luy. rminres Powers and Lynch. At Buitcin Bu-ton .0 r, 0 7 II l) 0 t Philadelphia.. (I II II :i 0 1 3 0 0- 7 Ba.se hits- Phtlailelplila IB. Emirs- Boston i, Philadelphia W. Baltenes and Bennett: V'lukery and Umpire Mi Dcnnoft. The orber Narumal lettKUe games were potit- pnued MU ju'tount 01 rain. AMRftll'AN ASSOCIATION. All A.SMIK lalion games whfdnled were poned onafi-uunl of wet grounds. THEY MUST STUDY GREEK. The tCnglliih Cuume Abollilied at the Theological Seminary. RfHHKsrEii, connection with the theological seminary commencement a meeting uf the Ixmrd of trustees of the New York Baptist union for ministerial education was held at Rockfelltr Hall yes terday. The most important business of the session was the adoption of this reso- lution after a prolonged debate: Resolved, that from the beginning of the seminary year m September, IftW, the English course, so-called, shall be abolished, and that all stmteuls entering the tnHtituttnn shall be required to puss an eiaminatlon ia Uroek, Mid the Creek Testament aa a part of their coui-seufslady.it being understood that any itudent mnj. at bits option, the study tke Englmh old for the study of Hebrew. This resolution practically shuts the doors of the seminary to all but college graduates, or to those, who can pass exam- inations for which they could be prepared with little less than a college course. The oration before the alumni was deliv- ered in the afternoon at the Second Bap tist Church by Rev. William Robertson of Brooklyn, a graduate of the class of '75. Last evening the graduating exercises were delivered, followed by a reception. How the Copper Got Bqumre." NEW YIIBK, May Cooper Hewitt, son ot ex-Mayor A S. Hewitt, became involved in a dispute with a hack- man and was dragged through the streets to the station house by Officer Rourke, who seemed to enjoy the opportunity of makinii things uncomfortable for the son of the man who refuted to allow the green flag to float from the city hall. It was thought by many who witnessed the affair that rhe policeman used more force than was necessary. The hackman refused to make a complaint against young Hewitt, and lotter, it i.s understood, will make a complaint against rhe oflicer to the police commissioners. Nineteen Killed and Thirty Injured. ROME, 15 explosion of balisite at Aviiiiiaun wax more disastrous than at first reported. Nineteen persons were killed or have since died and thirty were seriously injured. Of these several are hurt Ijeyond recovery. There were 300 workmen present and scarcely one escaped without a mark of some kind. This in the fourth explosion that has occurred in the wrecked factory since WT3. Negro Caught. GOOTRT, Ala., May special to The Advertiser from Hunt.sville says a horrible crime has been discovered there. Ten day- ago Dee Griffin, a negress, gave birth to illegitimate twins. George Griffin and John Robertson, negroes, killed both and sewed the bodies in a shawl, which the; left in the woods and then fled! The negroes were arrested at FaMttcvilie, Tenn. BOYS' AND GIRLS'HAST and Boys' Mixed Muca.mw Straw Ur.-n. H.ts Bojs' Fancy Mixed sftnw Llien. Ilsn.. only Youtb'i flue, nobby phnpe f ncy Straw Hats, silk ribbon band, best qualities, only worth T5c Assorted styles Boys' plain and fancy style Straw hats, for school, only 2flc. Boys' fancy'school extrn jrood qualities! only Girls' wide-rim fancy school Uats. only Girls' wide-rim plain Sailor Hats, solid colors, only Girls' fine broad-rim fancy Sailor School Hals, only S2c Girls' plain and fancy mixed dren Hats, only Me snd ?9c.. worth 40c. Girls' very stylish dmg Hats, fancy braids, only 40c and 48c. Misses' stylish dress Hats, very desirable, only 03 and Ladies' large sunshade Half, only lie. Men's plain while Macaiiaw drees worth 75c., only 37 and Men'i fancy straw dretM Hate worth only Girls' and Buys' Fancy Flannel Capa. stylish antt vtiy desirable, 48c. Old ladies' Mull and Lace Caps, infants' and children's plain and fancy Lace Caps, from ,'Sc. to 50r.. newest pat term. SPECIAL. ANNOUNCEMENT OTODDAKT CO., I'ateut Atu.rneyn, tilt, 7Ui OSU, Washington, l> C opp. L' S. I'atent dce. Caveats anil Inniien neram) Trade Marks registered Ml Patent xmilucted for iuoilerau> Feett. InfnramUun, Advice aotl apecial referencea teuton request. 475IM U A MtMITH can br made W 9UHVOV working (or us. Person, pre- ferred who can furnmh a hone and KIVP their whole icnc to the Spare mumenls may be protit- tbly empioyiui alao. A lew vacancies in mdciuea. B. K. JOHNSON t.O., ioou Main iu. Richmond, Va. buildinK I" I Leopard street Dear Fourth sir t 71 E. Foul Ul Dtreet. REMOVAL. Dr. tieo. K. Bhii-khaiu linn n-mi> and resideni-e ui No. llnve win OK1TI4-K tt. m. till 1 1114 p. in. Sunday forenoon and week'luv ppoiutmenu j In if I m. A MVr n WAN I tll' ir Ki-tiahle Nursery .Slock, on Salary BBfifA ntfo. HOLD 4 pLjtrnn. A COHI-LBTX LIKB OF Holiday MAIN STUKKT. ippnwU tmi noil Hnlrl RE WARD I WB will pay the above rewapl tor any ceee ol plaint, DyBpffprna. Sfcek Indlieitton, i oiutipatiun nr C oeoveness we cannot cure with VRireteMe Liver FiUe. wtten the 'Urecttoae an; Mrtctlj- compUefl with. Tbrv an purely Vegeubte, and nrvrr (ail M give Sozar Coetnl. Laore 4-nnutiainc -10 PiUa. 25 cento. Beware off cnne- UtrleiU. anil Tbe eennine neeiii- only bv JOHN C. WEST A CO SoU D kirk. BREAK? GET WQCNC SOOT CALLED PEARL TOP" -v GE: 8 MACBETH CO., FITTSBUBGH, PA AND ARE Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. EWSPAPERl .'SPAPERf ;