Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 20, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 20, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO!,, xxDUNK I UK N. V TUESDAY. M VY 2". ISM. NO s* H EF ti ES ENTA TI VE FOREIGN AFFAIRS. THE WuKK OF CON .»RES6. B USINESS HOUSES nationalists will oppose the WHISKY TAX BILL. Ttu mil—Ik OF DUNKIRK. * NKW KCL.INCJ SIM HINK for rellBflj A    of    blank*    Is    lb*    Urtr*t    s»*bte*« lit* Mechanical Department of DaakirklPrtnting CoffipsnvJ 4 LKXAWIIKK-N Co*l **<i jESjyJlSS A Central A rerue. oui***** *‘i-kel * UU A-,-of All grsder of Mini ami Holt •*•,, Belle r sol letted. Cormpan de*** Ireland Would Hat* Ie Pay the I .erg eel Ta*. W'hlle Receiving the l^n4 Benefit, fc** l.nrilun • statu# I avell#*!—stanley Pestered by Ii ti ic Ho liter*—tither European New*. liOKDos'. May JO It is Talieved t hat the precut week w ill la* a critical one in pap* liaoient. I he ruin«-tit int.iwl* to fort* bn-Ir»«*-*- titi•* t ;h un rnf itll a p<*>-i.ilc, by the aid of * ii!*-rat Hue of the power of elunure The -Sal loan I into win umkr aa Wrong aa oppuniTreo to the government’s **uen I ie bat I af the Tariff the Hen atte. WAAK INoTui*. May ‘JO.—Yenferdag She boo*e peen ated < on biborate ai of kb# tariff kill. the pending arneadmeat being that offered l»y Mr. ( iib;v|.« af Kansan striking from the metal acheduIe the proviso Unit silver ore and ail other ore. contam ing lead shall pay a duty of 1>$ cents per pound on the lead contained therein according to cample and a--uy at the port of entry ■Mr. Frank of Mimouri rev-retted that the amendment had emanated from the lie pi i hi iran Hide of the homo* and he earnest Ij appo^eil it. Mr. ('rain of Texan said the bill cmild n a be defended from a prole, tive »tan«i-lecaiiu* it was not intended to pro- a bk; railroad mu.) kit. NATIONAL bAPTlST ANNIVERSARIES. A PLAN TO CONNECT THE CITIES OF THE AMERICAN HEMISPHERE. Hic. Iii rn mn. SI and OI lustral Are . Artistic Photographer. Instal) tone*-u Photographs of Babies ase! not wa.t for la bi es whisky tax measure a* they are allowed ^ American industry agamid foreign ta under the rule . The ground of their r,,mn#uitl„n specialty. Sitter* aunrh ne except for Pr,e Huf* %f TI I.UOI bin DRR V -Jam** I > prietor, No. IS K Second    u<jajr (Mio street dunkirk. N. T. Magazine# tit Pamphlets, etc., boun«l in all stv Ie*. < inter* inuajffysueode.! to All work guaranteed. ti KAH KICH CIMX.it KH % MOI SE, jus t antra I Avenue. B Wholesale sod retail dealer .a is ported amt K> rn calic Chi aa, ii lass ware. be. IM ALT Al QI A ailTCL ,    kales,    ti    per    day. Llvury amt Braiding stable in Victor llnter. VV- sad MT Lbs street- . iITV HARBICK SHOP A /    I    has.    Nagle, Prop. Culler Lake shore National Hank, cure*-* ••alar aa* I Third st reels. A Sue sh-k ut rum sn ami Do mastic cigars. / HINKLIN * BOW, v>    ^    center street. Practical boree-sb*»eia Particular attention pat** bo leterfertag hoise*. Sh.#*iug of na ai A trotting hone* a specialty. I) C NKI BK KVKN1NU OBSKKV EK. largest Daily in ti t* County. Au unequalled advertising medium I . IN KI HK ENO! NE KHI NG COMPANY. I#    forir    wet}    Sal    lew    A    Copple VI su a ta* lurer** of n.ngines, Boiler*, “a ll*)*, abaft!ug Hangers, etc. Pattern*. Forging*. i< blue Work u> il ler. (augers, Castings, ami Mai I .CNK I KH JiMIKT Ct!., At:. ** iJ Center street. Manufacturers and AT of Un •Cromwell*’ and “Dunkirk1’ |*er#ei t - lilting Dress shirts, on sale in all leadmg furnish ng. clouting and dry goo*ts bouses in Dunkirk. I) r. toomey. , .    CX    an I Cth Lion sire. I Healer in Flour, (rod. -alt. Bale*! Hay. I boa ph ive, eke. K' Lstabliabol. lfTT and Dining •MR Saloon, Lu ion trains amt bus /KIE HOTEL and Din.u Depoe    Easy    acveaa lo    ..... neaa    bouses.    Beal    accouiiu<slaU«ms    lur tom •en    is! Travelers.    u John J Murphy,    Prop. I ' MLEKN * CO.. lh    <Tt    and    X* K. Third street line rurnilure, Cabinet Ware and Up* j skillful aoli*tenug. Piclura Frames ma»le to order. HI U. MATTESON * CO.. __ SB Central Ave., (reader* of rash ion and Gentlemen Outfitter*. ABELL WTEAX HEATING CO, ii Manufacturer* of Steam Heating Apparel AS Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. Ii OME NTEAX LAUN DBV. I 4_mr specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    Ut; i ollars ie; CuffsTic, sad Lace curtains. Free Dehv ary A VV. Cumming*. NT Center itreet || K. OEHX. a Third #L, our. of Buffalo Manufacturer and «lea»er ta Fine lh*-I* A Shote a EN KY WKIl.EH'fi NEW ETO BE, lug K Third st B«»-k#. stationer>. Musical In ski urn en is, Mum ax t ne*,I ‘oily awd Weekly Papers suit everything perteiaing Cl a first class hook store achoo. Tb*<ks a speciallv. .I OB EMIN TIMO of every .learn plum amt at b-nrrst living rales by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud Id k. xcoai St. JM VAN fit KEN A NON, Fire Life, Accident and General Iasurme sc Dealers in Beal haute aud Loans.    Par.irular stteuUon paid to the cire of wroperty collcct-tag rents ie. il« Center SC. 2ud Aft1 ON HOK'st PHA KMACY, .MW Central avenue Headquarters for Wsll Paper Paint .Oils, Ac. I )EKK1 N«t, J. W., I    JUS    Center    street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harwcsa.Saddles, Mr-.dies, < fillara. Trunks,W bps, Buffalo (t«>l***, K-rw> Covers ti loves Mitlrnsand Sleigh Holies Ii NC HELTEN. IT Last Third street. Fsehioaahle Tailor. Gentlemen will find it U U.eir advantage to Calion me tiefore purchasing slse where. objection is that Ireland would, under the hill, be forced to pay the larged tax in the kingdom while deriving tho least br ne tit from the proceedn Public condom nut ma af the govern aaant’n apathy in regard to England'* in t crest* in Africa ha* born some what roiti gated by th* announcement that the ad miraity bae ordered two guoUiat* to pro •wod immediately to the Zambezi river and watch whatever Briti-h tntenesta may need protection in that vicinity. AEN aoEDOM‘8 STATl'E (7NTXILSB, The Fnuce of Wale* yesterday officiated in his naual gra*.-eful manner on auth oc- j caaions at the unveiling of the statue of (M*n Gordon at Chat ham. His brief ad-drsaa wa* eulogist ic of the daahi ag “ChrtMt-tati soldier,’' and skilfully avoided too * t bise reference to rite cloning el re ii iii-ta rn na of the hero's career, which do no credit to Kngland sad which Kngliahmen do nd | like to dwell upon •TANLKT ANNO) KA EY RELIC HL VTKRS. Stanley »* suffering from the anaoyam e to w bn h all meu of great prom inca rw have to submit in the matter of relia hunters and curiosity seekers There in a brisk competition among managers of exhibitions and museum* in the effort to get poosesMiun of some of the effects belonging to the African expedition Stanley Las received no less than forty-two applies Dona from wax works proprietor*, etc , ! I for the old suit in which he was J clothed when first reached by (european* Indeed, sum enterprising managers— among them a New Yorker—-even sent agents to Zanzibar. Their efforts have all linen in vain. however, a* the exp lorn donated whatever he would *para ' to the Stanley expedition under his pat- j I nonage in london. Stanley's officer* and J coot pan lo us have been subjected to similar solii Hat ions, though of course in leaser decree Th* ex-quaea, Isabella of Spain, has ar rived in Loudon lacogna. New* cornea from Weisbadeu that th* ex (empress Fugenie, who is living there IU strict retirement under the name of I L ountess lh* Pierrefond, iii suffering fgr rifely from rheumatism, which d«ie* not yield to the effect*, of the water* nor t* medical treatment. The once I beautiful Kugeni*. w ho ha* recently plowed j ber **4th birthday, is compirte|y wrecked in b»sty and spirits. The striking spinner* at Linden have fe»***n com lolled t<» resume work at the old terms MR. GLADSTONE CRI FIC (ZED. Loti•(..ii New ^papers I se ti sr*.ti Luuguaga Aga lust th* Ex-Pi sillier. London, May JU—The Telegraph Is nut the only Liberal palier which is exacter | ated at Mr Gladstone's compart**rn af Irish trouble*, with Itussiau atrocities in eauueitioQ with the proposition that formal rep re*en tat ions should fee made to It ii** I a by the British government on the subject of Silierian outrages. The Fall Mall Gazette ** u* that England tsa laud of constitutional liberty where happily the unjust shedding of blood of a I single citizen is enough to damn the government Mr Gladstone's reference to the I Mite becrown affair, the Gazette says, has i no weight with mea like Stepniak. the * I noted Ka siati agitator, who is uuafeie Lo : see what more vr«* want in free Kugland I than we have alt .-ady gut The Staudarxl (Couwervativc) say* it can : not find language to a<le«juatel> expresa its disgust at the parallel dravvu fey (ilad- j stone What can fee thought, it is asked, of a luau who is trying to js-rsuade j bis countrymen to believ-e that a confused street riot eau fee classed with the delib-.•rate flogging of naked women and kindred l«arbarities* “It shocksooe’s ascra, sense," continue*. The Stand aril, “to find that a ! party Leader ha* reached a state of rancor where truth, decency aud self respect ara obi iterated.** The James Gazette .Tory* say* that in making such a comparison Mr Glad stone showed himself a bartered adven lurer, sticking at nothing competition Mr Perkins of Kan*as protested against the amendment a* putting the American miner in •%uipetition with the Mexican working man. Mr. ('louie of California opp«*«ed the amendment. In behalf mf the miner* he ask es! for them one single pine* in Lh is Nil Mr. Rartine of Nev a<la wax surprised how any mau who had stood aa th* Re pufehi an platform of 1«*» ctujd favor the amendment The amendu«*ut was re jected-<m to T3d (Mesarn. Uk.pkina. Fug stun. Mason, Butterwort!!. Kelly, Foal. Adam*, Gear aud Morrill voted in tha affirmative. > The amendments offered Saturday by Mr, McKinley in his internal raven ae schedule in the NII were adopted They provided that upon **ample boxes af cigar* contain mg twelve or thirteen cigars, the , tax shall beleeata; amend the ad tm Hist ra tive feature* of the law and prov id* that wholesale dealer* in oleomargarine shall keep such hook* and render such returas as the com rn.--dotier of internal revenue may require. The following amendment.* were also agreed to ou motion of Mr. McKinley, pra riding that the internal taxes on smoking and manufactured tobacco wad on snuff shall la* 4 •‘eat* a pound aftur the Im of October, Inmo » law within six days from approval of this act, instead af th* 1st of January, IBR, as proposed by the bill making an indefinite appropriation for the paymeut of drawlmck*; reducing the bond of • i if sr in an u fact u re rd fr< >tu (SIM to IUs>: limiting to a minimum fw BY th* amount of drawback claim* on tobacco us original packages when the law takes af- ‘ feet Mr Turner of Georgia made a speech in general denunciation of th* bill. Mr. Hcnder*«io of North Carolina advocated the entire abolition of the internal revenue tax on tobacco. Mr Henderson of Iowa spoke in favor af restoring the present internal tax on to- ; bwvu, and offered an amendment to thai effect. Mr. Tucker, of tieorgia, offered and advocated an amendment abolishing tax OB tobacco. Mr M« Kinley, on opr*‘*mg Mr Tucker's amendment, -aid the n mmitte nu ways and mean* had not entirely «boli*hed the tax ou tobacco, first becau*e the country needed the money, and *eCond, bel SUMI it was not nece*.**ary abolish it in order to preserve intact the great system of the He publican party. (Applause, k Mr. Tucker'* amendment wa* rejected — <6J to IIN. Mr. Anderson* amend rn eat wa* rejected — JH to 11*. Mr Anderson, of Iowa. offered an amendment rc*toring t he precut rats of duty nu wool aud woolen*. Fending a vote the committee tx 5:45 p in the house adjourned. Secretary Blain# Trgcx <    to    Tahr Prompt A cl ten In th# Premetioa af th# Enterpria#-- It MuuM ( aniributa to th# Develupuseet awd PrtmperilI of slater Republic*. Washington. May JO—The president •ent to the *enate arid bouse yesterday a copy of a letter of the secretary of state transmitting the proposition adopted by tbs Pan American < engr se* far aa intar-coutiaental railway. The leuar of the as* rotary ie aa fallow*: Department or Rtvtr I Wash im*, tov May Ti. ( To THE PrFsIBFNT—I have the l*eaor to submit herewith a plan for survey for a railway line ta connect the groat cainmer etal cities of th* Amen* aa hemisphere Ne more iBiportaMt rocemiuendat ie« ha# com* from the Internalloaal Amel lima conference and I earoestlv commend it to you with full isaifidMver Mfctt prompt ac lion will ha takes by congree* to enable tht* govern meat to participate ta the promotion of the en tarp roo* The resolution** of the conferrer# ar* aocompanted by •penal report* concerning the traasporta tion far* in ie* shat already axt*t la xeveral A merit aa republic* Ftjese report* comprise all tbs inforaaa thin that would he gathered upon this im port ant ouhjoct aah anil be found both rn ic roe Un* awd authcauc. La«lifr lite g»n «• pi j ii# and progressive policy of Prrsulrut Diaz. the radwaya el Mexico hero a extended southward a* well ae northward, sod toward the two Oceana. The develop meat of the Argentin* ay st em baa horn equally rapid lanes of track now reach from Buenos Ayres to the northern cities of that republic, aud nearly to the fhdiviau boundary. Lh iii baa a profitable system of railways from toe mountain* to the Pat ili< ocean, and th* completion of the tunnel that la now being pierced through the Cordillera* will bring Valparaiso withia two days’ travel of Hueuos Ayre* la the other republic similar enterprise ha* I»eeu ahow u. Each ha** its local linen j of railway; and to connect them all arid furnish the people of the aouthp eru coiitiurnt Hie a.run* of convenient and comfortable intercourse with their ueighlior* north of th# isthmus, is nu un | den ak I up worthy the encouragement and co-operation of the government lu no j other way could the government and the I people of the I’uityl Stab s contribute much to the development and prosperity j of our sister republic—aud at the same time the expansion of our own commerce, i A very important feature of the report, ta wI,ah I especially direct your attention, , will be found in the international dcclara- I A Iarz# listhfrlxg of Bfvtrve* sad laymen at t'hlrxyx. r it X'.o. >; iv .o —The groat National R };;-t efiuiversarlea op. i»d yesterday morning. It wa* ene of the largest telly in vthering* ever held on thin contineu t, the numtier of divine* and laymen in th# -ity I eing estimated at over 3.UUU. Th- anniversaries will continue until M tty Js and the time lute been apfMirtioued lief ween the following system of church g». •• niiieft \N • men’* Baptist Home Mig sh mary society, Mr*. J. N ('rouse, provident; American Bapti-t Publication ho* (defy; Hon ■samuel A Crxier, president; Women's Baptist Foreign Mission society, Mrs Gardner Colby, president; American Baptist Missionary union, Mr* G. M. Jx ort limp, president; American Baptist Home mission. See rotary C. lf. Kingsly, preahien’ and the American Baptist Edu-(Otioaal s-si fty The latter although the young st the department* will occupy the most prominent portion in the prroeut an iii versa ri.s from the fuel that to it had (jeen con lilied the task af managing th* financial end of the new university, th* Biovernent toward which wa# started by John Rockefeller of the Standard Oil company. Tins geufletuaa le.1 the subscription list with BZI tin#, contingent upon th* chun h raising teufMMU more. All but |3u,-of this amount baw been procured and it la said thai before the close of the week the balance required will be in the treasury Immanuel Baptist church wa* packed in the morning, when the Womeu’* Home mission inaugurated the anniver ~a .CS J i:e pro. **e.liogs ^pr+ opemsl with de orion. Address*^, af vet ho me were thee delivered by Rev Dr. lovrimer and Mr* Caroline Smith of Chicago, and Mr*. S. K. iv t «>f Ohio re>p<uuled. Hie rop*irta of the officer* were taken. Th he Prt»*ee«te*l fer Manslaughter. WILKE - Barre, Fa., May JU—Robert Wa1 . u sr rotary and treasurer of the Cl. -cd Mum* Workers, arrived hero ye* er iv Mr. Watchers ha* entered eight *uif> I >r damages for Iona of life in Not-iugh:>rn against tho IWngh and Wilke* Barre ( nut cuinpauy, and counsel wa* la dructed to brl ug criminal action against he general and a^sj^tant Mi|»erinteudent* and I s»s, the various mine* for man-tlangb . r The warrant* are to tie iaeiied u a few day* The long nutnWr of a<.,ci-ienfs in the Wyuii ing    field*    ha*    af ro ic f th.- aria ut iou of the rn.ae worker** My ani/.at un, nhd they are determined if p*• I t ; it aa end to the wholesale a1.»■.giller i t the untie*. Tit# Neileen *t»sft *till Burning. Sh iKoK iv, Pa., May JU.—The work of tarsiug the creek into the burning Neil-*oi» shaft Km> bei-n g -ing on for the paet twenty I lr hours, ut the water ha* not vet r- a. lied the mine. Six men weut dows ti - shaft y» renlay to examine into , had ut sri I ti reached t heir de?*ri oat ion when were overcome with ga* and all were r n" '“cd i,i! 'on*eiou* They were all re* cm d by t vo?,iR*ar> squad and were soon rtwtore*I to con*oi*»utf!».**«». One of the non w •* f idly l*ruis.-1 in tieing drugged 9 * O' h- mine. Many dwellings in the ne g il orhoorl ha<l tulle wntcbed, a* it i» f *r-d !Hf fro may bo n* mm un leat cd to ibt 'n in ca-se >ra* roaches the Annie* lielow V sliming FFA Lo. day one. At IN THE SI N ATE. W\*HINfiTON, May JU The senate re ■umerl consideration of the silver bill and Mr I Mph spoke at great length. He cos- I sidered the plan of the secretary of the treasury to be lea* objectionable than any other pro|H»s**l. Mr Mitchell expressed hi* dissent from the view* ex pre**** I by hi* colleague (Mr IkilphI. He said he believe«l the people ef hts *tatc wanted free coinage of silver: The conference report ou the Lyun, M as* . public building bill wa* panned aud agreed to. After a brief executive nisi os the senate af 5.J5 p. rn. adjourned. BROTHER ANO SISTER DEAD IT B. LAKY A ANL, .    SB    Lioa • lr eel. General Hardware,White Iead.Oilx.P*!nter’» 8uyi ne*, IHI cloth*. Granite Bare. A Bpecial-»y of aberwii. William* Pa.ciand Monroe rang.! IX I) Ll NG, •iicti aa I.Iank-Usikiv, tislgerx, aud i atl kiartuof blank* dune at Dunkirk PrmUng Colusa ny, a aud iv k. aecoiui UL KID,HIH MOLDEN HAU EK, Cor. Third and Buffalo Ma, Dealer in Granite, Marble I- tg. ug an*, Buiktinx Stoa*. Call on tue    . lore bi four xole-waik ISLEY myinr R A CO.. 7 and V kaat Front xtreet. Whiafcy, Winea, Brandiea. General Liquor Store (or Fatally Car Robert R'lut, Lion atreeL near Ute depot IU .ac Hue Sale, t re. I and Livery *Ubie atabnag by th* day or wert on rea*or.ai.b term*.    ___ dam J. UirFUKli, aul Centra; Ave. ti \ rS ntatrai, troueral lnaurauce aud Heal K-uu Anicut. Fire. lain, Accident, and Live .stuck I oauraute Prompt atUiutiou git«»i u. buym, aud oeioui    Relate. ut C. JON KS, 4    J E. Third eC. cor Deer fcfxoetawr Meat Marke:. Frrob. Ha t ac *. ioke.1 Meaia. Imcl, .Haiiaagea, oyaUrr* an i mttxv. (,er tu aa 0|>« rat lulu la Leat AfrirX k) k kl IN. May JU.—The budget committee of the reichatag ha* approved credits amounting to 4.5uu,uu() marks ou account of (»erman operations in Fast Africa. Of this amount the sum of d5u.U(kj mark* will to* devoted to paying a subsidy to the Fa*t Africa >team*hip company, the ve» sels of whoa1 Hue will ply between Ham burgh aud Bremen and various points on the riot cojvat of Africa. During the debate oa the c redits it was autiounoed on the part of the government that there was uo truth in the report* that it hail decided lo abandum the steamship service ta Samoa Aa Austrian Regiment** Jubilee. Pk'-TH, May JU—The Austrian rogimeat, of w bu b tile czar is honorary colonel, celebrated its jubilee at Peterwardein, Slavonia. Sunday Due of the feature* of the celebration wa* a banquet given by the officer* of the reg im Ait, at which the Ru*-*iau military atta, he at Vienna wa* pn*eut aud gave a toast to Emperor Francis Joseph. Au autograph letter from the czar to the comiuauder of the regiment was read, in which in the most fneudly term* he congratulated the regi-i tueut upoU It* jubilee. The Latter (auld Not stand the Nhnrk Caii»ed by (lie Brothel's Death. BrrFAU). May*JU.—Early loot evening' ■ John Marotiev, a scoojs*r Ii. mg at ICO I Fulton street, while at work on the steam j tmrge Italia at the Coats worth elevator. ! fell into the hold of the ve*ael aud was in stoutly killed Tbs corouer took charge 1 i of the case. Maroney leave* a widow sad (wachildren. ti** has a sister. Mr*. Thomas llaa ration, who lives at IV. Chicago street. Aa officer wa* s* ut til notify her of th# death of her brother, and while tieing told af it she threw up her beild.* and fell ta the floor a corj***. The coroner took ber rase in charga also. ' The woman wa* suffering front keart •list- t*e. aud the sudden shock of ber j brother'* UeMlh. it I* thought, killed her Killed by th, t ar*. Silver Creek, X Y , May JO.—Th# body of an uiuuuuii man wa* foaud <>n th# Laike Shore tracks yesterda y moruiug It i* thought t’u:», lh, -ecuad section of No. 42. which went down about ll o'clock ob Sunday night, struck the man first, as the engineer thought he f. It hi* engine strike something near the place where the mau t body was found, an I the cow-catcher wa* spotted with    From the Bai# he wits fir*t struck until he wa* found four more train* pM**ed over him, mutilating hun terri Iv Dis hat was Mound uninjured. and on a silk, ribbon iu-ule of it w a* a name wa* a mau about five feet eight or ten inches in height aud very well dressed. There was nothing on his pereou by which be could be identified Coroner Blood took charge of the remains. tiou that the line of the propos'd railway J the couditiou cl he TVj foot level. They shall lie forever neutral territory, that file material necessary for the construction aud operation of the road shall ta- admit- I ted free of custom* due* aud revenue shall be alway*exempt from all form* of tax* tion. This guarantee, having ail the for*# of a treaty, will stimulate private aud public confidence, anil thru leu! to the investment of capital that might otherwise I be reluctant and distrustful. It is proposed that a survey to aa ertain the best and moat economical route* be , in ai ie under the direction of a commission, J and that the ripener be shared by the several nations of the hemisphere in pre p<»rtiou to their respective population* The share of the T utted States is eatimated to lie fifffi.UHO.OUO, and I would resjiectfully suggest lh*' propriety of securing from congress au appropriation for that purpose Thro* commissioners will be re quired to represent the Cuffed .state* upon the international laatrd and authority *hould be asked for the detail officers of the army an,, nnvy to serve ae ,'ngmeer* in conducting the survey The headquarter* of the com in i*aion of the international conference will be located in Wjiehington. and it i* prnjHjaed te invite the commis ■Mooers to meet (terr on the 1st of < »c toiler next, or ae *oon thereafter a* n ay tie pra, ti, abl# for lb# purpose of organizing aud initiating the work of survey Kespectfully submitted, James (J. Blaine, Secretary of State. In his letter of transmittal (he president says Public attention has been chiefly attracted to the subject of improved coin munkmtion between the port* of the Tinted State* and those of Central and South America. The creation of new and Improved steamship lines undoubtedly fiiru>*h the reasons for developing an increase of trade with the lait.u American nations. But it •koala not I** forgotten thai it i* possible to travel by land from Washington te ti*# southernmost capital el South America, and that the opening of railroad cola mu ut cat ion with the*#* friendly state* will give to them and ie us facilities for intercourse ami the en bauge of trode that are of special valt*e. The work contemplated i* practicable It will he interest ing to all, ami perhaps surprising to moat of us. to notice how much has already been dour in the way of rail rood eeti.«t ruction in Mexico and South A mer!, a that eau be utilized as part of an intercontinental line. I don't hesitate to reeom-mend that cm gross make ta** very ru<*l-erau* appropriation for survey* suggested by the •'onfenence, aud authorize tile ap poiutrneut of commissioner* an ! the detail of engineer officer* te direct and con duct the necessary preliminary repairs. W a re ii Ka, jkwiu.kv. «'• •tjuj Ute Aurora Kaiir>ai*i k *lcb. kepairiua a ajterisity. £ rank »• HUML « k- TUilsI *4. »t. it*** tx f'K, Mer, hMDt Tai»or, l\g> i cm ira! Avenue It. I'It* IEF. SHIH Ai AL. T.    It.    M.    I*., rill s<‘Mu aud Sargts.n oR.ce over Ly u*» Drug SV.re Ur#i<l«uce, Lontral Aveaue Telephoue No. a.    a • alb oui be left al Lr.m a. To be Created ( anlinaL KoMX. May JU.—At the papal consistory to be held rn June the bishop of Geueva aud the papal nuncio at I a* boa will be eras cd cardinal*. Mr. VillarM Own* No F*aejtl« Ylail stock. New York, Mar flu—Mr. Viltacd, tieing aahed a* to the oorre* tues* of the story published in the New York Times regard ing the purchase of a c*>nf rolling stock ta tere*t in the Pm tile Mail Steamship com mut jointly with C. P. H nttngton, Staten un    I on    a *ue    nm.    n    in-me or it wa*    Glare ie no teuih in in *t.,rt a* far ae '• ‘K,t    »*    could not    be madeaut.    He |    ^ -H ( UlM^ru«d He ha. not bought any of the stock uor doe* he ow .. a single share and has not the remotest mien tion of buying any. He has not seen Mr Huntington for month, and has had uo communication whatever with him on the sn ie* f of the Pacific mail steamship company. spurner*' Htrlk# Nettled. Fall Hi vee, Ma**, May JU—Th* spin tier* strike at the Baruard mill ha* been amicably settled aud the operators have returned to work The term. upou which they went bai k are not known, bat it is understood that soma change* will be made in the carding depart meal TK# City ef DtinAria HaYe. New Yore. May JU —Despatches from Havana report that the Ward fame steamship (Tty of Alexandria aaed ta be aground aff the Florida aoaat km arrived safely at that port TU# Hartford Mine A let im*. Wjlkf-s Barid Pa.. May JO.—All of the bodies of the victims of the recent duiaster at the Hartford mine at Ash ley are now believed to have Leu taken from the wrecked pit* except thorn entirely con .limed by the flames. An endeavor to ascertain the condition of the iutenor of the mine is now bring mode The lo** to the company will lie very heavy. The coroner'* inquest will lie held tomorrow. Ab Erie Brakeman Killed. Hornellsville, N. Y , May JU. — Fred K Decker, aa Urie brakeman, wa* *iruck and t Datsun ti y killed bytheea*t bound vestibule train near Bath bone Ville, twenty-five mile* east of this city. yesterday after noon Decker had just flagged a westbound freight train, and to get out of the way stepped over on the east bound track just ahead af the vestibule. I OBI 111 ere Isl ( Bbl# stork Hold. New York, May JO —A large Work of Commercial Cable spick has been sold to a London syndicate re imp assi of parties interested In the Canadian Pacific railroad W. V. Van Horne ef Montreal and Tbomm Skinner of London were elected directors to represent this interest Ma John W McKay still person ady holds more than one-half of tho capital stock rhnsetl* Prohibitionists, Bouton, May 2d.—The Prohibition state •mum I Vive yesterday decided to hold its •tate convention in Worcester, Sept IO. Mrs I Trask Hill, Mrs I. A. Morrison, Edward F Steven*. Edward Kendall. Dr. John Dam roll. James truced were ap pointed delegates to tbs National Temperance convention. Affray in Buffalo. Buffalo, lay JU.—A serious stabbing affray occurred late last night at Maryland and Niagara *treer*. in which a man named Jack .Mel ’curt inflicted a danger- • iii * wound u (.iii a companion named (>*C«mt», with whom he had Iieen drink-Sa v After leaving the saloon the pair Herrin quarreling, when .NT Court whipped out a jack-knife and plunged it into O'Camp** groin. The latter wa* imtne •{lately conveyed to the hospital, where bn now lie*. The phvsiesan* cannot yet «te- ♦ emiine how xenon* hi* injurie* are Mc-('•.ort «-*ca|*'*! ami i> *till at large. Mr. Powderly Not Guilty. PITT B' Ro, May Jo —A {sh ial to The Time* from Greensburg, Pa., say*: The Criliighan Min piracy case again*r General i t, r \\ n c >n T. V. Powderly, John R Byrl' , t Trier Wiee was called up is the cr- aal •••uirt yesterday. Callighan t. -tiJ --I that t e three consptrrel against him to lief, ar him in hi* renomination to the legislature. Mr. Powdorly testified that he ha*' never in any way attempter! t#» injure Callighan. The jury after beiug out a f*-vr minute* ren-lererl a verdict of not guilty, the county to pay the coat. Brutal Murder In New Hampshire. Woodsville. N. II . May JU —A rejiort ira* bcd here last evening that another brutal murder ha*! be#u committed in Grafton county early last evening. The facts a* near as can be l»'»»*ne<l are that one W H Shaw, employed in constructing a new turntable at Wcnfhworth, N H., became intoxicated, and tieing put out of his boarding house he threatened the arrest of the proprietor. J. W. Emery, but upon being j*er*ua«lrel otherwise he atta, ked Emery, kicking him to death. A Fatal Family Quarrel. Newark, N. J., May 30.—During a fight t*«i*en William Norman and hi* wife last nig!!* In their home, 27 Madison street, hi.* Jan. Liter A Ii e. a-cid Ut, who attempted to take ’he mother'- part, received a blow from her father which kmocked her out of the -e< aul ’ >ry window. She wa.* picked up fatally Injured. A Fugitive from Jostle# Captured. New York, May AO,—Inspector Byrnes received vt .rd last night of the arrent is Havana of young Robert Wallace, who ran away two w»* k* ago with ztfi.mx) lie-lunging to hi* relative, John H. M allace, the publisher of Walhwe * V|.>nthly A reijuisit iou will ie ohtkofd and detectives sent for the fugitive. Tun *t"i*w»er* Collide. Mivnf \noi I*. Minn , V«v JU.—A *i»#cini to Tile lr ‘‘un. in o > of Ste Mane say* Vie -*# mar* Ohio and Sib ria collided ye* tenia\ fort*n-ion at the upj*erend »#f Mud lak»*. i ae Ob J sank and (lie Siberia wa* • I on the Canadian shore. The crew* were wived. A Factory Beslimes Work. Ni :    , Ma. *. >sa> Ja Ail dejjart Bien*- of the I., r. r\ f John O. Wilson A Co I vc agre < i ii j ‘I ii [rice- for oue year aud %‘ill resume w ak t *day. The concern ha* '- en cl"-,*!. «>ver lo.UUU |**r*on* are • a !» t uj n th;.* actory for a livelihood    ________ lh# Laster** strike v-ftlrd. I: *T VI    -1    ti. Mane . M-y JO.-The la*1*    -    i'    via    L'iapp    *    nlioe facto:')    fit    Jy    settled. All the de,., .ti. . - .io i> su iie Work to day. T» i rim *1 .* e fur Higher TV agee. N; v ar. H. I., May JU. —The coal teamster* an .rn -trine for aa iuereaae in pay from %i i5 to Al per day. A THRILLING SIGHT Which Startled a Guest at Oa# of th# flttibnrg Retell. Pittfburo, May JO.—Sunday morning at S o'clock, J W Waggoner, a guest #f Boley * betel, wa* awakened from hi* alundier by something like a tapping ou bi* window He got up iu bed and pe»re l out into the night, and wax thrilled with horror to *ee the white face af a corpse The bod) wa* hanging by a chain around it* neck from the window oa the fi*>or above, and the wind, in swaying it about, caused the noise that awakened Waggoner. The eves of the corpse were wide open and the hand* were clasped together. A* arain as Waggoner recovered from the shock be alarmed the heuaehald. The la aly proved to lie that of John >nuth, an oil driller. He had gone to hi* room about midnighi, taken the chain Used rn* a fire e*<a[>e. wrapped It twice arrorml his neck. and swung out of the window, where he hung until he wa* strangled to death. Several year* ago Smith lived in Ebensburg. A murder wa* coimiutFed iu which be wa* implicated with a man named Howls and another named Brook*. Bowla fled and Brooks w a.* killed. Then Smith turned state's evidence and got clear, but be was from that time en knows lathe •ii ceuutry as murderer John Smith To be called by this name preyed upon his niiud aud led to bis suicide. BATTLE SHIPS NOT WANTED Hut All th# Navy Official* Favor Tor* pet*# Boats. Washington, May JU -The naval authorities are awaiting, with keen interest, the outcome of the deli liers! ions by the senate appropriation committee on the subject of new ship*. For the [inst week the sub-corn wit tea in charge of the naval appropriation bill ha* lieeii interviewing the secretary of the navy and officers of the department, with tile view of getting au intelligent concio -ion aa to the most desirable type of war vessel. The concensus of opiniou of those Interrogated is strongly in favor of the liattle ship and tor[a*to boat The billa* it came from t be house provide* for three batt lentil pa, arui one large cruiser. Senator Ha kl hope* the committee will increase the nurnt>er of battle ships to eight, aud provide for eight or ten torpedo tsiMte of the Cushing t v pe. There i* some difference of opinion among other members of the committee as to the a/!' isability of increasing the number of battleship*, owing to their great cost, but upon the torpedo Lint question the meridiem are understood to lie practically unanimous, aud an appropriation for at least leu of these is expected. BLOODY WORK IN CHICAGO. Due Man Probably Fatally Wounded and Two Other* Badly Cut. CHU (tai, May JU.—A stabbing affray, in which Charles Kherhard wa* probably fatally wounded and John ('arr and VV i11-iaui Davis were seriously cut, occurred here yester lay. Fete Devitt, a notorious ••rough,** did the cutting. F.L-rhard, his wife. Miss ('arr and the other gentlemen were going home from a dance A* they walked along they were singing. De\itt wa.* on the opposite side of the street and made some insult mg re mark a Is nit the sui gem. and hot wurda ac rise* the street followed. !k*vitt dared rhein to coma to the middle of the Street. The three left their ladies and accepted the challenge. Devitt at once drew a long knife aud !>egau slashing right anti left. Ile first thrust the Mare into Elierhard’a breast and tbra laid open his groin for six inches He then stabbed ('arr in tie* -uie and Davis in the neck. Devitt wa* arrested Heavy Frosts in low a. Des Motnk*, la., May JU.—Reports from two-third* of the con a tit's of Iowa show that the past week baa been unusually cold, and injurious frosts have appeared nearly every clear morning. Un the morning of the lbth there was a heavy froat, with ice, in all part* of the state. The full exteut of the damage resulting therefrom i* uot yet known, but it i* evident small fruit and tender vegetation suffered ma terially. There have lieen copious rains, greatly relieving the farmer* who hail Ijo-guu to fear a drought. The general con ditiou of crops throughout the state is uot encouraging. A Raid un Meotisliiiters. SHELBY, N. C., May SO.—Revenue Agent Marrow and Deputy Fat tors* *n, with a i o«v*e of nine men, madf a raid early Sun •lay inoruiug on moou.shiuers iu the south eru part of Burke county aud captured five large “blockade” distilleries. The stills were destroyed with 150 gallon* of whisky and turin gallons of beer. One “blockaller** was captured, but ea^aped. The still* are located in a wild an«l ai in. at inaccessible part of the country, Shota were fired, hut no one was injured. ( Fop* DauiMcrd in lllinul*. Spring FI KU), Ills., May JO — Farmers pronounce the outlook for wheat very bad aud seem considerably diacouraged The temperature has been much below the normal for the post week. and the rainfall throughout the state ha* tieen a!»ove the avenage. Cern planting is delayed in many quarter* by the cold weather. In other parts planting t- progressing slowly. I he frost has injured fruit* and vegeta hic* in most localities, but the damage is md thought to he general. Planting all Along th# Line. Greenville, Mia*., May JO.—The backwater ha* gone off quite rapidly during the past week and planting ha* linen pushed ail al«Bg the tine except north of Greenville. The entire overflowed region, except low places of limited area. eau pea sibly Iw planted tht* week The levee board is making all possible preparations te clone the gap* in the levees in this district. _ Tee Stronghold* Captared. Paris, May JU —The Temps publishes a dispatch from Nesegol stating that th* French have captured I^gou and Os«a« bougas, after confiicta with the Dehorn-is BS. The forces of the Dahemiau* at the battle at OnoMebougnu. which took place April 25, aumbered 1.5BU. All of them were killed The French loss waa fifteen killed and sevssty-two wounded. Insane from Religion. Wichita, May JR-William Thompson, who ha* hee* attending meeting* held by Adventist* is Eldorado, became violently insane and attacked hi* family with a Im icher knife, mile ting slight cut* on bis wife and daughter ba*«eh« was disarmed. He believed Ibm md mi th* world proachiag X X VHT 'TW*- -vJC xxx world waa ap- Sn m Cog (vanleu I rowel*, wood IihihUfn, 5c, Sprinkling onus, \{) to lUo. < hiMivn * clay shovel* 4c. Callander*, heavy, lite. 12 »juart dairy jiHiis, Ilk.*. I Vi rd cag*- hooks, 4c. Iron shelf brackets, 5, X, IO and I Sc. jar pair. t’up-board door catches, Go. Large size hit brace*, l^c. Large monkey wrenches, 2 dc. Lemon squeezers, 10c. Handy vises, 18c. Knife trays, 10c. Toilet pails and slop jars, 38c. Japan trays, I (-inch, Inc. I0 «piart dust j»ans, 10c, Fancy lunch baskets, 23c. Child'* fancy rolling hoops, 23c. Iron axel exp!es* wagon?, 95c\, $1.83. C hair seats, lo and 12c. Birdcages, 13, ho, 73, SRV., $ Ll 3. ICUI IC STO 11 IC. H H M H OM-— XCO - X X X X r■    *    £>«r».i*>^C - 2><o'r'’ -Arf* SLfc-CIAL ANNOUNCEMENT O I ODD A Kl Al!*., I'ttU'fil Alt! >ro#y*», Rift Till ^ *t , Wa-hiit|jU*ii, I* < , ••pp *    - I Blent Of Hi e I'sU nl.i, t areate and bv G-ur* I'raih* -Ylsrk* rvv■**• vt*I    All Itetrnt • umlwlnl lur SMdorab' Fro*. Information. Advice mid !»p«*’ii»l refer**** *** !*«'iit os requetl ti" IHI I C4’J| Uii A MONTH can be m.tde IF vWk)r||j||g lo, u, lVrc-ia j t•— trrrvtl abo un (urntsli rn hors*? jikI gi'1* their wttole •line to the bunn* ss Spare ir.'turnunuy Iw fir oh I-abl) ciupioyetl also. A lew \ .ti .nicies in towns anti cities H. K. JOHNSON A CO„ ic**# M *•« St.. Khbinond. Va 'DU S V I.E.—I WO building bd#,    on * Leopard<*11WI nnr Fourth -liwt. Inquire at 73 R. Ftturth street. REMOVAL Dr. ».*'««. F.. Itla*’kti»iu bas re BM* f tai hl»§»(M*># and rrdiPacr in No. .tK lM*ve street. OF FIC K Hot’ RD—1« a. IU. till ll***Hi; I JI. Bl. till 4 p. in. Sunday forenoon and id *• Wdav •••fling'* i»y appointuo'tit. WANTED For our IP aubin Nurio-r) SU# k, on Salary or Loin tiliMet*• ii. Write f"r torui Nrod so exronenra A I I I A Aff C XI -.A Mid M ti I Ii AC 5 ALtomtii Quivery Barn, Ko*:heater, N. Y. fir ANTED—AN Vt I I \ I MAN fa • lf mc<Hon. '*a’ary S75 to loo, p. ii lib i present a "U»'i:<>'ful N. I ( •• tit on ny lucorpor* ated it# supply l»ry i«o*mI», i lothing. >b<*«*s, .I**a«*lry,    to I'uenutnrn at « ‘iet. Also a Lady of tact, Salary S4(», to em off  nil** ! - .-et**! iiov* enrol leu, flltBi,t*W paid ut-’ Hi • ferenr* - exchaBg»**l. Empire < o-ojw'rnti*** \«-.M'iation I ere* lit w**ll rate*!) Lo*’k Hoi Win, a. y. JBI jiy i ay 111 bay (BR) Dove •treet—« J , * Ft P v en O' ut - - ti n ■ iii house;* lo! hr - pi i -es,' ouI and w**»*«i house, handsono? vtirsnduli and vt subtile, bark Mus.p and slorni-homu< -*• rom do- re anil window*. <*torm -ash*-* and • Mitsui*- btu.da; ha »»d Mom** IJ |*al** r d, lowly painted iiiMid*- aid ‘#ut, water and sink in kin brii and h dr uit for lawn. I t ca»\in?*. i«*w sidrwalks, fruit ire* s, garden and iud ted A bartram.    ________ ROOMS TO RENT " In tin- Mr re ha nu I) .uk.HuiUbi n I n *| ii ti e of lf    Jaeob    Wtrtner of Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has jii't It-cciYeti 8 full Itll*- ‘»f ne -s it mm rn Eipial to any \ut the city, anti at price* that will pay you to see him befoi i pu re b as inc. OUK SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF W Tie: ai ^lisper; JUST RECEIVED :: - — A C’srlnHil of the----- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. St sin rote*. Weeping Roxea. Eeergreent, Shrubs, Climbers, Fruit ami ornamental trees Never before did y«*ti see trees so nice and liege as thane aru. I will sell them very cheap VV tty do I sell them chi ap? Because it will help to iu.prove the city sud make It possible that after some tim** (here will be no city or town in whole (’haul. County better provided with flue trees than Dunkirk. Call at \ AN DERM KULEK** GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle anti Seventh Sis. Bi cr alo, N. Y. Vt «■ Ii ave fret (it ’tit rci(«ieHt« by mail fur samples of new embroideries, Sui Ii re*pleat.* we are pleased ■ to receive, but we |M*g to ask for pal ti* tilais iii regard to the samples wanted. St ;Uj whether edgings, I nae •* lions or flouncing-*, also what width and sortie idea of the pride. W e I ave a sloc\ of * mb oideries that I-* aecoiid to ii* n the country aud superior to any iii Buffalo, S he uit»tiey value w*' ofter is simply nuparaHed. riier*? are edgings from I I of an inch to I h inches wide in a iii brits jaconet, nainsook ami Swiss fin unlit!. Mafehed s«'t*< in different widths of edging and insertion of all desirable kinds of material. Alt-over embroideries in great variety. t ioiint iiigs in the different widths from In inches to do inches. Special line*, of cambric edges ut ac, loc, 12 l -2e. I of, ami ‘Jo c*s. per yard. Adam. M Ki.oh cm A An de it SOK. New goods tor I is season are coming in daily. I he muslin tin-dei wa ar stock is ct»mplete, also the linen -ti/ck, the cotton stock ami the white goods sto* k. By ‘ complete” w*- meat) they nave all the new .styles in this sea ohs new goods—.ll the va rh tv that the tied piiichasii o laciliti.'s in the country can bring tog?th* r. I lie VV inter stocks are offering great bargains. There never waa a time w hen you could trade frere more advantageously. WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY CUI OR ED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A B EA UTI FIL PA T E NT L EA TUER SLIPPER. WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I‘3 Centre Street. Adam ll Idilffl ’ cid AfldOT, DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, lt*Htk*!sii(| •tatlouerjr. AMKIllCAN BUM K, M 4 I ,V .S TK T, BLK KALO. S. V. CC. PENFOLD Mastiff turer sin! Importer, 304 M AIN    Bl    ITAMI,    N.    Y. DKAI.KH IN Diftfiioiidrt,    Watched and Jewelry, Clock*, '•iirervrnre. Leather (»***!«, etc. KSU HA I /.VO, HOLI* 4 ti IL VKR PLA TISO A C*#.vn*l KTF. LINK OF Holiday Goods Hill MAIN STREET, i)ppn#*te lr*>*i**M<* Hotel fPSTiTn • rn Bf t aj I - ll YOU CET THE WPQ*C®p.RT? THE PIQHT ONES ... hued PE A R L TO P .. “ TtAKL I Ur ‘*E Mid? sill by GEO. A MACBrTH A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;