Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 17, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York -JI— U vol., xxDUNKIRK N. Y. SATURDAY. MAY" IT, IWO. NO Ro B ti KF ti KS ENT A TI VB USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A NKW KDI.IMO MArHINK for ruling ult Hu t* of hlauk* ta lh* Ule-t nmlltmr Mocha*!#*! l»«*p»rtm#*nt of TWEMV-SIX KILLED. THEIR UNRECOGNIZABLE REMAINS TAKEN FROM THE MINES. l»uukirfc|PrtnUBg Company.! A t.KXANDF.K'H Goal *0.1 Wood .Yar^TS* ( entrat Avrnu#. oupoAit*    £**, All grade,, of Hard nod Soft ^Al. m -4| Lumber. Hhmglcs And LAU. FfJA AOI* » Correspond#*©# for whole**!* Iou toitoi ted. h. GirronD, rn *».i » central At* r. lusiAOk Sitter*- |^. ArtiMir Photofrapkw. in*uuat*neou* Pliub >gr* ph» of Ila bk* * wwliltf. •tied not wa.t for •unabiR# exe*Rt *«* AMW ii4K»K BLM DMY -JAM aa I MVI MO, Fr<> I I pro*tor. No l« h. 8wxm.l *treet. near Huf-'i»lo    Dunkirk,    N.    Y.    H»f**i»e*, Mu . e I*-»iupbl«*ta, et*-.., b*»uud in nil style* order# it out pl!) ai tended to. All w#*rk guaranteed. ll IU HKK'N UMOUUIV HUt«, B    SUrt    Central Avern*#. Wholesale and retail dealer iii It port*.I And •s tau? •br Chm*. Gl***w*re, A#. HOTKI i lHAtrTAlUjUA I /    Kake*.    $1    per    .lay. I .I Terr aud Hanti na -'table >a ooaeectioe. Victor Hider, lift aux 387 I .iou a Ire# I. / UU HAKHKK Nit Of* \y    Cha*.    Nagle,    Prop.. Unde* I.ake Shore National bauk, oome ueuuo an.I 'I'bird afreet* A due ak* k o foreign and int mealie • igar*. / HIN HI.IN A SUM, \ j    ttt-cautel anent, Trtchul k,»ra#-*b«iera. Particular *U#otioa« pai-' to luterfenug nota#** Sb<*i#| of road aa « lr -iii ng Horae* a apomaliy. i) CNH MIK KVKMIMU UH1KRVKH. Large*! Daily In t» e COMtJT. Au iine^nalla-l adverb*tag medium- UC NKI KH KMUINERRINU COMPANY Ftanreclv Sellew A Popple. •Iaitufaelurer» of Lupine*, Boiler*, Pulley* S ii ai ling I la u vera, etc. Pattern*. turging* Caatinga, au>l Mat lame Work loonier. I v UN KI KH SHIRT CCL, KB. A* aud AT. ■ I C»-nle» atreet, Manufarlurer* of lh. •Cromwell" and ‘'Dunkirk” i»erfect * Atua* Urea* Shirt* nu aale rn ail leading furnUbiiig ‘ *    —    in    Dunkirk. olotiiing ami dry good* houaea V TOOMEY, D. am and *36 Lion air eel. neater rn Flour, Feed, 'Alt. Baled Hay. * tM* philter, etc. haUhhabed, 1877 I'KIE HOTEL and inning saloon, tutor. Hi Depot. Ka»y ao#*a* to Ab tram* aud bu* for Cow- lie pot ----- .HBM houae*. Beat accommodation# uere.ial Travelers.    „ J ob u J. Murphy, Prop. t* HI.BKS A CO.. ll    U7    aud    W K. Tliurd atrcet f ill I urn.lure. Cabinet Ware and I p-uolatering. Picture Frame# made to order. ^ ll. MATTKNON * CXI.. MUI Central At#.. «.atle rn of F aah iou and Gentlemen Outs Herr amble NTKAM hbatino co.. II Ure iifaclurera of Steam Heabug Apparatua Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. Ii OMC STBAX LAUNDRY. loc; Collar*. ___  Free    I    lei    iv VV Cu rn in i n ga, SMT Center street Our special bee: Fine Shin*. ic; Cu0», ic, aud Lace Curtains my. A " " Ii K OEHM, IC Third at, cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer ta Fine boot* A Shoe* ll Third at. Book*. Stationery, Musical In atru men ta, Magazine#, Daily audX eeklt Paper# aud evcrythii'g pertamiug U> a Unit cia** book So boo. Kook* a special tv. •tore .I lilt I* KIN TI NO of every description aud ai lowest, living rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 ami l-i K. second St. J H VAN HUBEN A (HIM, Fire Life Accident and General lnauratje. Denial* In beal Estate and Loan*. Paniculai • iteutioii iiald bi the cai-e of proper!) collect JU;, tit Griller ab, red floor. lug rent* VI PII AKMAL Y, ON KOK** UUU Central Avenue ties*I<|darters for Wall Paper Paint .Olla, Ac )ARBINI), J. W., *    AW    Ceuter    street,    ti Manufa*-lurer and dealer rn Harness Saddle* H idle*. Collars, Trunk#,Whip*. Buffalo Kobe* ti ••-•cCover* Glove* MilteiiaaD-t Sleigh Itotiea I*. Si ll OLT KS. 17 East Third street. FaHinouable Tailor. Gentlemen will dud it b Weir advantage to calloo inc before put chasing elsewhere. I ) It. CAKY <•0., SXI Lion street. Supplies, Oil Cloths, Grat ie Ware. A special tv.oi Nhcrwu. William* Pa.eland Monro*range | > CLI NG, aitch as blank-tiook*, ledger*, and all kinds ol blank* done at Dunkirk bruiting Company, 8 aud IU fc. Second SC Kl DOLPH KOl.DKN kl Al' EK, ,    Cor. Third and Buffalo SM., Dealer in Granibi, Marble. ► J aging and Bi.luting Stone. Chill ou me is tort buying able-walk. your UI.KV ll A CO.. 7 and * East Front street. Wbiakv, Wines, Brandies. G'ceral Liquor Store im Family Cl Kokkkt vriAY, Lion street, near We de|»oC boai'diug, Sale, FAM and Livery staid* Malibu* by Us* day or week os reaeocabi. arias • i AM J. OIFFOKII, Sui Central Ave. (Up ^ -ta-is>, tienerai Insurance and Real Kstah x.ei.t, Fire, Life, Accident, ami Live Skid Insurance. Prompt attenbon gtv sn bi buying and Helling Heal Estate. rii C. JONEN, 75 K. Third ab, cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt am; smoked Meats, Lard, Sausage*. Oyster* am- I on.try. ATI HES, JEFFBLKY, AC. tbuy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty, ik F. 8ta)*f, HS E- Third st VV I- rank M. KIK BEK. Mert-Uant Tailor, 'ie central Avenue ii. I’ KOE ENS I * »N AL. T. ROI.PH, M ll.. Physician and Surgeon I IIH* e over Ly a's Drug Store. Resi.ienc*. Centi al Telephone No. k Call* may be left at Leon'*. Avenue A Horrible spectacle at the Vsbley tallier j—Tbs Fir* Bm* VV bo I .tnod the Explosion Terribly Kiirn*-«l. aud Stiffs rim, Int sn*# Agon)—Not Ga* of th* Bodies Could be Identified. Wu ki> H*. rf. r.t,. May ll.- A heary rush of ira' at:: o'elurk reefer-tav im..ming totem11Heil i be work of at tempi inq to roniiielke iiiipiiwainl rni iere at Ashley. For four hour* nothin” con let he done, hut •t 7 o’clot;k a large party of reecuem eh fared the slope and commenced work upon the cave, beyond where three men were found Thursday night. They soon broke through and rushed into the cham her beyond, where in the semi darkness they Mumbled pver yielding bodies A close seam h revealed six blackened corpses near the opening, none of them recognixa hie Further along at various places were found thirteen oilier bodies, all more or lea* burned, but none of them could be recognized The sight was so horrible that three of the rescuer* fainted away. A scene ensued about the mouth of the slope which will never lie forgotten by those who witnessed it when the news of the ttndiug of the liodie* became known to thoer in the vicinity. A strong guard of men held back the women who pressed forworn! madly to enter til* mine In a short time four men appeared bearing a body en a stretcher. The women tore away the blanket, but saw only charred and blackened remains. Other bodies were brought out as fast ms possible and at noon all bat five of those who were iu the mine when the enve-in occurred had been found. These ignites were conveyed in atHhiilHiire* to undertaking rooms and prepared for burial. ’The excitement was intense and the street* in the vicinity of the morgue were completely blocked with people, many of whom came from other towns. The scene* of the entire morning In the town have never been equalled in the pitiful spectacles presented since the great Avondale disaster many years ago when over IOU miners were burned to death. A guard of Kpecial policemen is found none* nary to keep the preasing crowd away from the morctt*. At one o’clock two more I xxi lex had been brought out of th* mine and the search for other* was still progress! ug. The body of Michael Henry, known to tie under the immense mass of debris, may not be found for several days. John Allen, the assistant Are boas, who Ared the gas. is suffering intense agony, • While Allen’s face aud hands were but slightly burned, he inhaled the fatal afterdamp. Anthony Frayne and Robeit W. Roberts, the men retailed Thursday night, are to-day in a critical condition aod it Is be lieved both will die. Th* names of those reported by the re* cuing party to lie dead, in aud out of the mine, are as follows El.I is D WILLIAMA. Harry Parry Owen Parry. Michael Henry. Thomas C Davia. John St Ai ley. Michael St alley. Daniel Si li.ivar. John Hasson. John Allen. Harry J. Jones. Kouert X Pritchard Charles James John James. John Williams. Jonathan Williams. Rich ARU JAMEE WlLI LAM KUM A RUS. Thomas J. Williama Thom as C. LAt'ss. Owen Williams. John Hfairify. Frank GALLAGHER. M leu a it IL shy and two Hungarians named Hefts. General Nuiierintendent Phillips, in an Interview vt ith a rei*t»rter of the United Press, said: “The men lost their lives through the negligence of Assistant Mine Boss Allen, who insisted on relighting his lamp iu the presence of a large volume of gas Had he nut done so. the men now dead could all have been rescued alive, aa there was a good cum ut of air passing through the chamber where the men had taken refuge after the cave in had taken place.” It is now learnt*! that it was through the daring efforts of Mine Inspector Williams that the terrible fate of the itnpria-oued miners was learned yesterday. After numerous attempt* to enter the mine through the uewly-matie opening the ofti vials concluded that the air currents must be changes! and left with their workman for this purpose. Being a matter requiring conaiderable time, Inspector Williams beearn* impatient of delay and with Abed ligo Bees of Nauti<x>ke made another attempt to pellet rat#- the workings. Gas abounded despite the stroug air current draw lug th rough the gangway and their safety lam|»s glared aud flickered in a manner telling of fearful danger. They jiersisted in their attempt*, however, and followed the gangway AMI feet. Waiting but for a moment for the air to clear they ad*auced down an incline of nearly sixty degrees HOU feet further, wheu ga* became so plentiful that they again paused Fiually, advancing MX) feet through the main gangway, they came to a large chandler, w hich proved a veritable cb.-tni-oer of horrors. By the faiut glow of their safety lamps the two meu discovered on every side of them corpses, blackened, bu rued and mangled. The mine Inspector, •toopiog with bis lamp! examined aud counted the bodi***. nineteen in all. Here lay a luau with bis head missing: there a boy st rip {ted of every shred of clothing and covered with wounds; another lay near by with cue arm and oue foot blown off. Dead bodies of mules lay crushed to a jelly by miue cars, which were scattered about iu splinters. Pausing but long enough to ascertain the numlier of the dead, the two men hurried hack to the open air ami summoned help Stretchers and sheets were brought, ropes provided, aud a rude -led built to draw the corpses up the steep incline Soon the work of removing the dead bodies was under w ay and terrible scene* were witnessed as they were brought to the surface The first lindy was that of a Hungarian, who was taken directly to his boarding house. His fellow countrymen refused to receive the body, hut it was taken in and de|H*dt*d in spite of their protests At 5 o’clock last evening it still lay there uncared for. an unsightly object. A* soon aa the company learned that the bodies were being removed, orders were given that all the dead should he taken to au undertaking establishmeut and made a* presentable as possible. They war* then la'er in the afternoon removed to their botue* and the to their proper burial. At 8 o'clock last even mg all *peratioas at the mine w*-e abandoned There were •till six men iu the fatal chamber They are Michael and John Scalley (brother*), Robert Richard*, Michael Henry. Richard Joue* and Joshua William*. W’ork will be resumed to day and pushed forward with vigor. Six mules were taken out alii* yesterday afternoon The hodie* of five Pol anders were buried yesterday, no one having claimed them c«iui>«uy willm« AS INTERESTING DEBATE. MR. SHERMAN GIVES HIS VIEWS ON THE SILVER BILL. A Nma*I*r •( Features Which lls Does Net Like—Senator Fiaaib Thinks the Herretary el the Treasury's Position •hontil bs Less Arbitrary—Further Debate oa the Tariff BUL SPORTING NEWS. Yesterday’s Hall Haoles and Tart Kveals. Weir Challenges Murphy. eta r KR*' na tora. I At Host on -Boston    I    0    I    •••>•*-« Cleveland .........,4    0    •    I    0    4 0 I    *—10 Base lilts Boston 7, Cleveland ll. Error* Ho-ton •. Cleveland IL Bati«*ries Kilroy and Kelly; Gruber and Sutcliffe. Umpire* Knight and Joue*. At Philadelphia Philadelphia........0    .1    *    0    0    0 0 t    0-10 Pittsburg............*    14    2    0    110    *—11 Ba-e hit* Philadelphia 17, Pittsburg IE Error* Philadelphia 3. Pittsburg E Ba; I erie* Htirtiuton. Senders and Cran*; Galvin and Carroll. Umpire*. Guuaiug and Matthews. At Rrooklya    _ Brooklyn.............0    06020000-0 Chicago .............*    0300000    0-    » Ha**- hit*    Rrooklya    ll. Chicaga 0. Error* Brooklyn    5,    Chicago 7. Batterie* Murphy and Km*low Baldwin and Farrell. Umpire* Gaffney and Barnes. At New- York New York-Buffalogame postponed; rain. NATIONAL I X VOCK. At New York - New York............0    0000 1000-1 Cleveland.,..........I    a 0 0 0 I 0 0 •— S Ha*# hit* New Y’ork 7, Cleveland 7. Errors New York J, <'leveland I. Batterie- Welch anil Murphy; Beat In and Zimmer. Umpire* Power* and Zachariah At Bolton Boston ............. 0    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Chicago............ 0    0021002*— 5 Base bit * Boston 3, Chicago 0. Error* Bo-to* 3, ( hic ago a Batterie* Nichols and Bennett; Hutchinson and Klttr«*Jge. Umpire McDermott. At Brooklin - Brooklyn.............I    3 Pittsburg..........  0    I B*-e hit* Brooklyn    t. Errors Brookl) u 0, Pittsburg 3. Batteries Caruthers and ('larke; Baker and Wilson. Umpire Lynch. At Philadelphia - Philadelphia.......0    I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Cincinnati ......... 000200000—    S Ba-e hit* Philadelphia 4. Cincinnati 10. Error* Philadelphia J, Cincinnati I. Batteries Gleason and Schriver. RLines and Harrington. Umpire McQuaid. A MKN ICAN ASSOCIATION. At Rochester— Roche.ter    1    0    1    0    0    0    3    1    0-0 Columbus  ......0    0    I    0    0    0    0    I    0    2 Baw hits K«#cheater ll. Columbus 7. Errors Rochester I, Columbus 0. Batteries Caliban and McKeougb; Whiner and O'Connor. Umpire Final;#. At Hyracuse Bv nu use ..... 0    2    0    2    0    0 Bt Lout*............8    o    (I    I    I    0 Ba** lilt* Syracuse St. Uuiii. Error- Syracuse 2, St. l^>ui*4. Batterie* Morrison and Denly: Chamberlain and Earl*. Umpire Barnum. At Philadelphia Athletic    I 200*01 OU E t Louisville........0 122000100 0 Hare hit* Athletics 8, Louisville IO. Error* Athletic* ti, Louisville 1. Batterie* McMahon and Robinson; Stratton and Ryan. Umpire Does#'her. Al Br«*>kiyn Brooklyn-Toledo gam* postponed; wet grout!#!*. 0 0 2 0 0 • 110 0 Ptttabnrg E 0- 4 #_ J Hall Players Punished. STRATI HK, May IT. —McCarthy aud Rose mali were tined Ei-T, Pitcher Witt rock 0*0, and First Baseman Hartnett wa* releaaed by the St. I xiii is Baseball club, beeauae they went to the tail of the Fortieth Separate ctimpany Thursday night and did not get back to the hotel until 8 o’clock yesterday morning. Mads ger Frazier of the Syracuse team. Ane#! Mike Dorian HOO and suspended him for iiitoxiiott iou, and also tined Joe Ratlin th* waiiie amouut for tile same reason In reference to the report fr#*nt Sr. Ixmiik that an ex# hailge of stock lief w een You der Abe and Will Johnson, the Bt. I»uin street railroad magnate had been made, Mr Von der Ahe to night made an uuqiialitie#! denial. He said the story was a “fake". Fly sr* at Gravesend. GftATOBFN'D, L. I., May 17,—The here yesterday resulted as follows; First r*«v, \ mife: Keinpiand first, Shotover. second. Royal Garter third; time I :#?*;. Second ruce, 1^ mile*: Judge Morrow first. Were SriL'V Third i 1-18 mile*; Raymond G. first. Golden Reel second, I xii ion third; time, 1:86. Fourth ra#*e,    mile:    Woodcutter first, Sequence colt set on.I Paroliue, third, time, 14T»>f. Fifth race. *, mile Daisyriau first. Ran cocas se. otid. Stryke third; time 1:17^. Sixth lace, I nole: Exile first, Liaimony setond, Sam Morse third; time, I Yd**, W ARHIN6TOV, May 17,—la the senate yesterday Mr Da we* presented re rn on stranre* of joltier* aud retailer*of foreign goods in Springfield, Mass., against the provision of the McKinley bill relating to good* made wholly or in part of wool and tbs increase of duties on silk ma na facto red. Th* house amendment to the anti trust bill wa* reported hack to th* senate with an amendment striking out certain words aad inserting th* words “so that the rates of such corporation may not be raised above rn hat is just ami reasonable." The amendment was agreed to and a confer eooe ordered. Tho hill to permit the manufacture and printing of securities of loreign government* on paper used for I nited State* securities, wa* re po rte# I back adversely and was indefinitely postponed. The silver bill wa* then taken, up aud Mr. Sherman offered a *u l**t it Ute for the amend meat heretofore offered by him las to covering into the treasury the fund* now held for the redemption of national bauk uotea. Mr Sherman stated that the substitute wa* to the same effect but in better f%*m, having been prepared in tho treasury department. Mr. Plumb offered an amendment to the Sherman amendment to insert tile following: “Aud hereafter no funds available for the payment of th*public*debt (including such as are kept for the redemption of treasury note*) shall be retained in the treasury to tile extent of ll 10.000,UUU Mr, Sherman opposed Mr. Plumb’s amendment as putting a restraint upon the treasury department ami preventing it paying government obligations as they become due. As 01UO.OOO.0OO bad to be reserve*! for the redemption of treasury dom. it would leave only $10,000,000 for j current busineMa. Mr Plumb argued that the treasury department should have nothing whatever to do with tit* currency supply of the country. The secretary seemed to think himself the keystone, the linchpin of th# financial institutions of the country. Tho bolding of money io the treasury (except for the needs of the government itself) which had been liefore that time in circulation wa* an eixmomic crime. He compared every secretary_ of the treasury to a hen sittiiu! on a nest of egg* ami regard-. lag tho subtraction of say of them as a mortal offense. He (Mr. Plumb; wanted, so far a* he could by hi.* vote and influence, to disassociate tho treasury #le-partment from the business of the people of the Unite#! States. He di#l not want the secretary of the treasury to be the inst rn oxen t of apeculntion in Wail street or elsewhere A* a matter affecting the aec-retary’a official good name, a* a matter affecting tile interest* of the American people, congress ought to put rn limit on the amount of money to be kept on hand in the treasury. Mr. Vest said he wa* in sympathy with the general purpose of Mr. Plumb's 2 a mend ment. but he Kuggented whether ten million* reserve w a* not too *mall. Mr. Plumb replied that he did not think that ten millions wa* the limit fixed by his statement It simply said that the total amount in the treasury, including Much amouut aa may be retained for the redemption of treasury note*, shall not exceed ffllU.OUU.OUu Mr Sherman—That la fixed by law at 01UU.UUU.OUO. The secretary ha* no die cxrtioa in the matter. Mr. Plumb—I do not think it is. The law h# not imperative. It is permissive on)y. The largest amount of treasury aute* presented for redemption in any oue year was It UUU.(JOO. and the total amount p.esented in eleven year* wa* only $J8,-000,OMO. The «iiacus*ion waa further continued by Senator* Hiscock aud Sherman Uouiing to th* di*cussiou of the silver bill itself, Mr. Sherman said: I tlo not like some of the feat ure* of the bill. I may lie driven to support it. Some of the friend* of the bill seem to have atmndoned it already. The gentleman who int roil need it seems to have abandoned the principle of it. But I will debate that further on. There are some good features in it which I like very well. lf we can agree upon some measure that will furnish to the people of the United States more money (for I think we want it) and will also tend to advance silver bullion nearer and nearer aud up to the standard of gold. I am willing to vote for such a measure But I do not purpr>se of repelling, absolutely, the idea that tie value *f the United State* notes eve# depended ll) the *!tght*»t degree OD the fa t that there wa* a reserve fund in the treasury. Mr Aldrich a^-ked Mr T»*'rall* whether bethought United State* no. e* would ha v# •ny added value if a hundred million of bond* bail lieen deposited in the treasury •s security for them. Mr. I rural!*— I do not. Mr. Aldrich—Then that would hav* been equally unnecessary a* tothe gobi reserve Absolute!? anne#-canary, Mr. Ingalls asserted. It is rn mere vague *uper*tition and nothing but that. Mi Sherman remarked in an under tone —flat money. Mr. iugall* Fiat money. Mays the senator from Ohio. There is no money in this country. It rest* on the creiiit of th* government and on it.* capacity for redemption. The silver bill went over without action. The delivery of eulogies on the late Rep-resent*ti\e Keliy of Pennsylvania was postponed until next Tuesday After a brief executive session the senate adjourned till today. NEWS KROM ABROAD. MR. GLADSTONE MAKES A SORT OF TRIUMPHAL MARCH. His Admirers Ttira Gut la Crowds Greet Hisn—Au Offer sf Cunt promise Made by th# Cle gar rte Est ate— Prep:* rat lens far the Celebret lea of the Queen'* Birthday. At louisville. YIU I, May IT.—Yesterday’* race* Ja Ja third; first, time, want to embark upon the wide sea of free second, Grimaldi third; time, j coinage. I would buy every ounce of silver produced in this country, keep it in the treasury vaults anil issue certifiestas, based upon its market value, to any extent that may be desired. And I would make them a legal tender so that they would travel all over the world, be asgoo#! as gold aud lie on a parity with gold. But this other measure which has been debated at such voluminous length, and with such fulsome nil gy which invites us into competition with ail the world in the free coinage of sitver, “I do not want auy of it in mine," to use a slang phrase. If we can adopt a measure that will make use of both gold aud *ilvcr arni keep them together at par with each other. I will vote for it. lf not, I will content myself by simply voting in the negative. The discussion wa* continued by Messr* Cockrell, Aldrich, Ingalls. Farwell, Harris and Edmund.*, chiefly on the point of the gold reserve of a hundred million* for the redemption of treasury notes. Mr. Cockrell asserting that there wa* not a particle of law on tb* statute book* requiring such a reserve and arguing that there was no necessity for it, as treasury note* were rarely offered for redemption. Mr. hklmuud* said that the treasury uotes had not been presented for redemption because the pe«M>ie knew that they could get gold for them whenever the? wanted it. D three wa* a panic and a run on the treasury, aud lf there wa* no reserve to meet it, the treasury would fail, just as a bank would. Mr. Cockrell, in the course of his remarks, referred to the Mum* necessary for pensions, and said that if the house bill be-I tne a law the surplus would be wiped out aud the revenues of the government would have to be Increased. He admitted that a reserve fund of 050.000,000 might be ne#e»aiary for the redemption of treasury not expand $70,000,000 for all other expenses Mr. Ingalls argued that for some year* after the resumption law, the gold that had been *btaloed from the sale of 4 and AH P*r cent, honda was not held in a special reserve. It had not been net aside aa a special fund until 18ft!—a year or two afterward. He mentioned that for the LOUI resulted a* follow* First race, I I 16 miles: Camilla strand. Whiten.#** 1:56. Second race, I I IO mile*; Spo: first. Blarney Stone, Jr . second, Polhemua third; time. I:.V»V. Third rte-, I mile:    Bib*    first,    lieder kranz *■    * . ' Melts-tty third; time, l:51M- Fourth r;ne. \ mile:    Huselaud    first, Rose Howard second, Ethel S third; time, 18)6. Fifth race, I>* mile*:    Birthday    first, Rowland second, Julia VV’, third; time, 'J UGH. Weir Challenge* Hill) Murphy. New York. May 17 Ike Weir, th* “Belfast Spiller,” ialle#l at The Police Gazette offi ce arni issued a challenge to meet Billy Murphy #>f Austral** tor rT.’Ck) a side and the I JO pound championship of the world. Weir state* that if the California Athletic club will put up a purse of $8,UUU he will go to r^ati Francisco to meet Murphy. A Narrow K*eitp*. New York, May I#.—An elevator at ICH Broadway, containing ten young women employed by Zimmer 6i Feldatein, feather and flower makers, fell six stories, the accident tieing caused by th* breaking of the cable. One of the girls fainted from fright during the fall, and all were badly frightened and suffered from shock, but no one was much hurt otherwise Their escape from death or serious injury bt considered marvel loon IN IMH HOLAK. Washington. May 17.—Petitions were pre*eut#*d iu the house yesterday from the em ploy cep of several knitting mills in Philadelphia urging the passage of the McKinley bill; also one from-C’ollin* Bros. Si Co. of St I Mini* against a duty on sugar of milk Referred. The house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill. Mr M cKinley offered an amendment sjiecith’ally including glass chimneys in theclau.se relati\eto thin blown gins***ut a I’uty of ten cent* a dozen aud forty per t ut. ad valorem * Mr. Bl .lid ut Missouri sail the proposed incre;u#r wa* intended to enable a few gentleman at the expense #>f the people to make flirt ti ne* He denounced the measure a* |»#*tty thieving and highway robbery. The motion wa* debated further by Messrs Henderson, Heard. Springer and McKinley. Air. Henderson offered a substitute amendment providing that lamp chimney* should couimue to pay the pre*- I ent rate of 45 percent. Ile lea ted. ma to 107 j Mr. Greeuhalge of Massachusetts said lie did not see the necessity of iu< rea*iug the duty ou flax tow , fie did not see the ^ necessity of increasing the duty on third class wool*; he wa* opposed to putting lime sn the dutiable list, but he supposed 1 that gentlemen were to consider these matter* in a spirit of liberal compromise J aud in a spirit of mutual concession. A j good deal wa* said alw ut farm mortgage* ' and strikes. Mortgages were old things; Adam would have mortgaged his farm •f Eden if lie had anybody to mortgage it to. Whether-the Democratic party was there or not, the farm Lad finally gone to the devil. (Laughter.) A* to strike*: Today all Europe wa* shaking nuder the tread of thousands and hundred* of thousand* of workingmen who celebrated their I May day by demanding more rights and privilege*. Gentlemen on the other side ; talked eloquently almut free coal, iron and salt. Tit# Republican* saki there were other articles of prime necessity—free tea, free coffee, free sugar, j Mr. Coleman of Ism tai a na—There is one on thi. ^ide who does not say free sugar (laughter.) I Mr. Greeuhalge-—^That may be, aud that is one of the gentlemen I wish to appeal to in this spirit of compromise aud mutual concession. Mr. Mill* of Texas wa* glad to hear his friend (Mr. McKinley) revise hi* speech of two year* ago, iu which h* characterized the then {lending bill as a free trade measure. The high duties on the glassware schedule <»f that bill did not meet bis (Mr. Mills’) view. He hail been forced to accept them. Hi* friend was 1 placed in the same position in regard to hi* bill. He (Mr. McKinley) had put a protection on hides in his bill; and yet he had been compelled to take a free trade position aud put hide* on the free list. Air McKinley’s amendment wa* adopted. Mr. .McKinley then offered a series of amendment*, many of them unimportant, which were all adopted. The duty on sugar of milk wa* redu<-ed from IO ta 8 ceuts a pound. A rebate was provided of duties on ii Hinnied salt used in curing meat for ex port at ion. The duty on yarn made of jute wa* increased from 80to85 per cent, ad valorem. Binding twine compose#} of manilla, jute or sisal grass wa* taken from the clause imposing a duty of 1)4 cent* a pound and transferred to the ljtf cents clause. The claus* relative to carpets was amended so a* to provide that carpet* made #>f jute or other vegetable material shall pay 6 cents per square yard; and mala, ri;**-* ami s#-r#-en* 8 cents. The duty on iiui <n#a exceeding UU inches in width) wa* t hanked fr#»m \% to \% ceuts per pound. The duty on bag* for grain made of burlap wa* fi xed at 2 cent* a found. Russian camel’s hair was brought under the beati of wool* of class 8. The duty of .fci per cent, at! valorem wa* placed on wools of the thirtl class and ou Russian camel’s hair *>f the thin! cia**, the value of which shall lie 18 cents or less a pound, including charges. The duty of GU per cent, is imposed on wool of the third class exceeding in value IS ceuts a pound. It is provided that on woolen aud worsted yarns, valued at not more than 30 t-eut* |**r pound, the duty shall he two and a half times the duty Imposed tm a pound of un wa-lied wool of the first class, and in addition thereto 35 per cent. ail valorem. A long debate ensued, principally devoted to a consideration of tile subject of farm mortgages. The discussion oc#»*ion-ally drifted into politic** and the house wa* kept iii confusion entirely humorous, but so great a* to elicit fr#»m the chair the remark that the re#*#*nt presence of the circus in town must hare had a detrimental effect upon members. Mr. McMillin acid reeled himself to the bill antagonizing an amendment offered by Mr. Mi Kinl-v, pro> ;»:nig that on man ufactun * of Wiiol :.ad worsted valued at not more than SO ceuts a pound, the duty per pound shall lie ti!rex* time* the duty imposed on a pound <»f uuwa*ifcd wool of the first cia**, and in addition thereto 40 lier cent, ad valorem. The amendment w a* agree*! to. Mr. McKinley offered an aj0r>ndmeut fixing the duty on Oriental and Berlin rug* at 60 cent* |**r square yard and 40 per cent. ad valorem. Mr Mansur of Missouri secured the floor and arou*#*! t he indi'Tiation of the Iowa Republican* by the statement that they hut! le-en repudiated by their people. Th* house wa* in mu uproar for a few minutes. The sjieaker said the gentleman had been taking advantage of the chair's good nature to insult the bouse and to lower hi* own standing iu hi* own estimation Mr Mansur—That may be the opinion of the chair, hut it will not he indulged in outside t»f thi* chamber. Pending a vote the committee rose and at 5 o’clock the bouse adjourned, I AIN don, May IT—Mr. Gladstone*! route from Ipswich to Norwich yesterday wa* literally line#! with his admirers At every station he wa* greeted by crowds people who had assembled hour* before th* arrival of bis train and patiently awaited his coming. At a few of th* sta tions be wa* compelled to speak In response to repeated calls, but bis remarks were brief and unimportant from a polit! cal point of view A* the train rolled in to Norwich a tremendous cheer went ap from the great crowd surrounding the station, and the ex premier s appearance on the platform wa* the signal for a great outburst of applause. As Mr. Gladstone and the committee delegated to meet him entered carriage* aud were driven slowly away the vast crowd formed in Ha* and followed, chrering a* they marched No greater demonstration of popular admirn Hon ft>r a British subject than that which characterized Mr Gladstone's triumphal entry into Norwich baa ever heeu wi$-neoned. THE TENANTS WILL COMPROMIS!. The offer made by the agent of the Clo-gerrie estate to settle with the tenants OI the ba*i* of the payment of *ue instead of three years" rent as previously exacted has been accepted conditionally by the latter. The conditions laid down by the tenants are that the estate shall reinstate all of the teuant* who have been evicted and place them n|K>n the same footing in tile future a* those remaining, aad that the houses <iestroy#*d shall he rebuilt aud put iDto the possession of the evictees without expense to them It is thought probable that the conditions will be accepted In order to avol#l further trouble TMK QUEEN'S BI RTM DAT. Elaborate preparations are making for the celebration of the queen’s birthday which, although actually occurring *u May 24, will be observed on Wednemlay. May 21. The infirmities aud vagaries of her majesty have combined to plai-e her birthday in the list of moveable feast* and the an UHM I celebration of the event re quires *|tecial appointment iu order to insure spontaneity in its observance Forth* se#oud tuna within the week A\ {gliana, Italy, has become the scene of disaster. On Tuesday a quantity *f the new exploalve, balistite, explode#! at the factory for the manufacture of govern ment arms and N*iiunition*. killing four teen workmen outright and injuring up ward* of fifty, several of whom died sub sequent ly. Yesterday the cartridge fac tory con netted with the work* took Ure and was entirely <Je*troy«Hi. The building wa* filled with workmen at the time, and in their efforts to escape many were trampled under foot aud killed. Sixteen were taken out dead and a large number were more or less seriously injured. Emperor William ha* positively refused to give his sanction to the re election of Herr Foreikenbeck a* mayor of Berlin. Angry IV Itll .Hr. Terrell. BrcssEIj#, May IT.—The Independence commem* in an angry tone upon the attitude #>f United States Minister Terrell In opposition lo the action of the anti slavery conference in imposing certain duties on imports into the Congo state. American prosperity having been built upon a foundation of blood sod tears and th* sweat of negro slave* the paper declares the United State* ought to be the last of all ('ountrie* to oppose anti slavery meat* ure* in Africa. Ne Change Propesed. Berlin. May 17.—In the reichstag yesterday Chancellor von Caprivi said that Prince Bismarck.* bequest to his successor had becu so clear aud so peai-eful that the government would not alter its policy in any way. In any event the government did not desire to ext en,I the boundaries of Germany to the eastward. Our. 1^*0    >'*.    vc - -yv <ve#o O#so X X X X Hii El Colton elastic, amort cd binding, 17 PICCO. » lisle els*tin .ii i ’ T col us. ic to Ac per yard. Silk elastic, all color*. JOc per y..rd Ribbon nos rn to HOC. per piece. Bilk binding, ate per birne casing. *Y. per piece. Belting per yiml, loc. Ti,im blesse. Hairpins. Ic Best English pins. 8c. Jot head PIM. 4c per box. Hook ain! t \ e tup**, per yird lh* t lunk boons and eyes. 2 dozen on a card. 5c Linen mark ing floss, all colors, he. skein White marking c#»tton, He Best drcsi steels per d#>z . 5c Safety pins per card, 3c. Kid covered Lead hair crimp# rn per hunch, lot Button moles per doz., 3c. Exira large hat pins, Ic. Dress weights per doz. 10c. Madonna cotton, per hall. 8c Novelty braula, assorted patterns. 4 and 5c Herring seam binding, per piece. 17c. Fancy box note paper. 5c Behoot writing tablets. 2 for 5c. Envelopes, Se. per pack. Rubber tip lea#! pencils, 3c. Ink 4c, Mucilage, 5c. Blate pencil boxes, 4c. Beat note paper, 5c. per dozen. Pen holders with pencil, pen anil rubber tip. 2c. Colored crayons. I 2 dozen in bo*. 9c. Spinning tops 2 and He. Tooth brush es, 4 to Sc Children's circle combs, 5c Linen bobbin, 4 to be. Dressing coni bs, .5, fi, 8. and 9c. Children's carriages, silk,plush.saliu parasols.$-1.75,#9 75,$10.75 $11.75 EKIdi: STOK i X xxx —- -wto, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT > I ODD AKI A CG., l’*o ii Att.ti..-# », *1 TU. 81 , W**hingl#»n, ii <J.,#>|>i» U a Patent office. FsufuU, Cav#-*!* ami it#* Issue* Becurst Trade Marks regiAtcre*! All I'au-nt huaine** conduct#*! for moderate Fee*. Information. Advice au«l special reference wilt un re<|iient iii (WI 14711 (lit A MONTH can I*- m.»*1e **4 ™ I*    working for u*. Person* pre ferred who can furnish a hor»e zn#! fcivr thru whole lime lo th# biMin* s*. Spar# moments may br profitably employed also. A lew vacancies in t#iw«»s and cines B. K. JOHNSON A I U,, ia»# Main St.. Richmond, Va. ,'UR SALK.—Two Inn Min*- lot*, SUxlMl, oil at Leopnritstreet »i»‘ai Fourth street. 73 K. Fourth street. I n.| nile .in. IIF.MOV AL. Dr. lieu. K. Pin. Whim, ha* removed hi _ and resilient*# t«» N»». 322 Dove street. unlit Hor as—lh a. iii. lilt noon; 1|< till 4 p. rn. Munday forenoon and weekday evening* hy appointment. JUST RECEIVED A Carload of the---- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. Hi am roses, Weeping Rosea, Evergreens, Shrubs, Climbers, Fruit and ornamental trees. Never lief ore did you s#'e trees so nice and laige aa these ar#», I will sell them very cheap. Why do I sell them cheap? Because it will help to improve the city aud make it possible that after some time titer#* will be no city or town iii whole Chuut. County better provided with fine tree* than Dunkirk Call at VANDERMEULEN^ GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle and Seventh Hts in WANTED For our UHiahle Nunnery Alack, on Salary or Commission. Write for ti*rim Need no experience 8.A MCOMBER ACo Nurserymen, UtxHester, N. Y. II loon (ll . VV K *    •"#    A*,'    I    Mi- SALESMEN $1,400” ill buy 421* Dove ‘.tre«*t— a «*«in-reiueiit S-rooni house;(dollies presses, . tan ana Win*, house, handsome varamtah and vt subtile, l*a#-k stoop Mud storm house. # i«*en do# rs and win#.ow* storm sashes and ut*idc hired*; hai.dsou cly palter# d, new ly painted inside aint out. water Mini sink in titchen and h.relrant for lawn. I*#.t 00x100, new sidewalks, fruit trees, garden aud hot-tied. bargain. ROOMS TO RENT if *pn Hie Merchants RSU ^Building. Impure of Jacob W retirer or Frank May. NY Buffalo, N. Y. lot vc frequent requests by mail for sample* of new embroider-ies, Such request)* we are pleased t#» receive, blit we beg to paitieiilnrN iii regard to til wanted. Stiite whether int»eilion* or (illuming width aud nome idea of ll We have a stock of club that is second to lit i * try and superior to any Hie money value we oiler is ai in ply ask for samples edgings, »lso what he price, jid cries in the eouii> in Buffalo, CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Stsuley Mal##* Another Conquest. London, May 17.—It in learned upon th* wry beat authority that a marriage on ga germ* tit ha* liven entered into lietween Henry M. Stanley and Mi** Dorothy Ten naut, a young Engli*h lady of artistic tendencies and greatly admired for her beauty. CARLISLE NOMINATED. H# I* Chosen by th# Kentueky Democrats to Ku«-eeed H#nat#r Beck. Franfoht, Ky., May 17.—Immediately after the Denex-ratic joint legislative cau-cn» had l**en called to order lout evening, Senator (’ooper arose aud announced the withdrawal of ex-Governor Proctor Knott as a candidate for United States aenator When the Piloting began there was great excitement, a* it became evident that the majority of Knott’s supporter* were going to Carlisle. Mr. Lindsay’* followers, however, stood by him and eight qf the Knott vote* went to Representative McCleary The ballot resulted. Carlisle 52, Lindsay 83, McCleary 3U. Senator Smith then announced the withdrawal of Representative McCleary. Be fore the roll call for the second ballot wa* concluded it wa* evident that Mr. Carlisle would rec#iv# the nomination, and amid cheering anil much confusion the vote waa announced: Carlisle 42, Lindsay 43. On motion of Senator Thomas, on behalf of Judge Lindsay and hi* friends. Mr, Carlisle’s nomination was made unanimous. and a committee of five wa* ap pointed by the chairman to n#»tify Mr. Carlisle of his nomination and to conduct him to the cham lier I OVERCOATS AXD KEEM. Equal to Miy iii the city, ami at prices that will pay you to set* him bofoi <* purchasing. unpuralleii. There are «•< Igingi I i ol un cambric. w ^ from inch to 18 indies whit* in jaconet, nainsook ami Swiss muslin. Matched set* in dilb'rcnt widths of edging and iiocrlion of all desirable kinds of material. All over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from I 8 inches to fib inches. Si tee jai lint > of < Minim** eii ;it and *25 c’s. ILik im* 5 c ii A Anderson. this he season are muslin un Ca -The nam mou Hill Appeal th# Kingston, N. Y., May 17. council voted to appeal from the decision by Judge Foreman of Troy, iu th* matter of the contested aldermanic neat* from the Fourth aud Fifth ward* in which he de cided to issue a writ of mandamus to compel the seating of Daniel Halloran and Patrick J. Brennan, Democrat*. Th* case arise** from the recent charter elec tions. when claims that fraud was perpetrated by the boarda of inspector* in the above wards caus*#! the contest to be carried to the tx> art s. Borrowed Money aad Disappeared. Detroit. May 17.—C. H. Smith, preai-deut of the Western Knitting company, formerly of the shoe manufacturing house of Pingree Sc Smith, aud reported to be a wealthy capitalist., baa been rn lasing from the city since Wednesday night. He leave* heavy I in bi lit ie*, having borrowed In every available quarter before leaving. He bad lost money heavily In an electric motor company. OUR SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Orford Tie: lid Slippers 12 Idle. per vat ii. Adam, .Mklddi New gouda for coming in daily, derwcar stock is complete, al -o the linen stock, the cotton stock and tlie white good* Block. By "com. plet» " we mean they have all tho new style** in thi*# seasons new goods—dl the variety that the bent putchusing facilities in th can bring togo tin r. 'l iic V' inter atocka great bargains. 'I nert time when you could tia#Ja here more advantageously. country ft i e > (faring never w.-ut a I Jim - aod Auto DRY GOODS, Carpets and fit aperies, Hook* ami Wt*ti«»u«*ry, AM KUILAN HI AM K, Him'-44M ma is s rn/• k/, BUFFALO, N. Y. WE HAYE THRM IN PAT' ENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TH ER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. STREET WEAR. KOR SULLIVAN & SON 2 I 3 C« ntre Street, CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer aud Importer, ms MAIN HI\, HH FFA 1.0, N. Y. DKA KKR LN Watch CH I iiauiondH, ami Jewelry, (.'locka, Silverware, Leather g#mn!h, «*w. KSU KA lf VG, GO Lit <f fill. VK* PLA TINO A COMPLETE UNK #»P Holiday Goods :;«4 main sti;I:jct. OpfMNiite froquoia HoUil . YO.U 6£T\Tf*R#frQN<i%OPT ; THC RIGHT ONES U_np a. n *’*>•■■■ aa aa }K CALLEO li.n ‘ i. -POND ARE **\ Mid* ofiiy by GEO, A. MACBETH t Off., RTTSBUBGH, PA, Go to Monroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;