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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Dunkirk, New York REPRESENTATIVE I BREWEftS IN COiN VENTIOfl. BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. barley in tbe brewing of Justly .ropetly to be oOD.idei adulteration. If Jt it. THREE HUNDRED DELEGATES AS- couU1 Intimately prevent 8EMBLE AT WASHINGTON. done _________ by yonr officers and Mere, an In all our were treat- President Lefan. Say. the Brewing 'T hampered by the totally unfounded im- terest. are Heullhy Condition this awociatloB is a part of a ANCW MACHINE for rnllng Meenanlml Department of A UXsVNDl Coal and Wood to Nickel Plate MiMtM. D emoRD, an and M6 Central Ave. Arttslie ruotonapher. Initantaueous Hotagraplu ol Rabies a specialty. Sitters wait lor sunshine except lor ItOOK IBVINO, 1-ro- D pnelor.No. It K. Second street, near Hat- aod 387 Lion street The n.port, of the brd and the of the various committee. OB I needed legislation and connected with the brewin, interest, were Chronicle columns to giving complete o" California and to found an in- by an- fou I? 1ITV BAMBBH SHOP Nagle, Prop.. UBder Lake Snore National Bank, corner GeMer and Third straeo. A (lock of foreign and OoanuUc ulgars. _ f 1OMKU1I ton. MM ueBUr street, motloa] boiM-tboeri. Particular munition Shoeing of roau 114 trotting a ipeolaUy. rt BTBMINO OBSERVER. Largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising iDedium. I kinnUKK BMetHRKRIMO COMPANY. rormerly Sellew A Popple. IfBBBhctarers ol koglnes. Boilers, Pulleys, MafttBg Hanmn etc. Patterns. Gorging. Outugs, and baebine Work to order. to state that the j well-known citizens of Los ABMles and mort San Diego involved according than they were a year ago. At that j revelations.. San Diego appears toh Mm., he said, brewers feltuneertaln about j been the headquarters of the flHbust.M K> In Penn- The general outline of the plaTX the most claimed, was for the Mexican Land a important opportunities to confirm or re- ject legislation affecting personal righta of tbe people: but waa frluil tn giaU CO LV u state that the people of Pennsylvania had a well-known San Die; Mexican Land and Colonization company, composed of wealthy Englishmen owning concessions to jn tne o( drln President Lefeng warned the convention delegates, however, that they should not relax their -.igilance, for what their op- ponents had lost iu influence with the OP lilled with arms, ammunition and pro- visions for the use ot the revolutionists 1 he officers of the English company claim that the policy of the Mexican officials in people as shown by recent elections where Ixmer has been r Si nous to ths prohibitory laws were involved, they were I land interests of th the filibusters. T sad m Manufacturer, of tho street, Mann_______ ._ __ and "Dunkirk" perlect tuting On ule in all leading mrniuhing, olothiBg and dry good, boose, in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOKEY, 1M and M6 Uon street, Dealer in Hour, Peed, salt. Baled Hay, Phos- eio. ROkbli.bed, 1877. EKU Horn, and liming Saloon. Union Depot Easy accees lo all trams and bus- Best aeeomnuxlaUnn. for Com- John J. Murphy, Prop. e company tioi, h ,t' V tlon that the beer brewing industry be lars iu Protecting its interests and the sal- EHLEIW CO., 97 and IN E. Tbird street flue rurnUura, Cabinet Ware nud Up- uolaMring. Picture Frames made to order. rp U. MATTB80M CO.. 901 Central Ave., Ijeadenof Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. I AKKXI. HTKAJsI BKATlNti CO.. Manalaotor.net Sleaui Healing; Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H LAUNDRY. Oar specialties: riae Shirts, loc; Collars, Jo; Culs.4c, and Laoe Curtains. Free Dehv- ory. A w. Oummlngs, M7 Center street. congress and urged persistency on the II OBUM. K. Tblr.1 M., our. of Bufalo staauttcturer sad dealer in Vine Boots A Slices HIMHT WKIUR'8 MKW STOKE, 108 K. Third st. Books. Stationery, Musical In- and Weekly Papers, everything pertaining to a Irst okas book Soaoo. Books a specialty. sad FOB PBINT1NO ol every deaerlptiou and at lowest llTlng rate by Dnnklrk Printing Company, S and ID E. Second St. H. f AM BITJUEN A SON. Fire Accident aad Oeuvral Insunuuo. in Beal Kstate and Loans, attention paid to eara oj ing Ae. IWOeatersL. Life, Deal- Parlleular .y collect- floor. great exhibit with special buildings, and a complete brewery showing the whole pro- cess of making beer. KKPORT OK THE BOARD OP TRUSTEES. The report of the board of trustees of the association when read claimed the closest attention from the delegates. The board in their report say that there never was a time in the whole history of tbe association when so many attempts have been made as at present to injure the in- dustry by means which do not require the sanction of the people and which would not obtain if they could be submitted to the people. "The bill for the appointment of a com- mission for the investigation of the liquor the board says, "which has beeu adversely reported upon so often, was again introduced in with extraordinary part of our opponent BFtKWERS WANT FAIR PLAY. "As early as 1884 our predecessors in their annual report, submitted at the Rochester convention, publicly stated that the results of their investigation had con- vinced them that if a fair and impartial examination iutu (lie liquor traflio could be had, aud the unvarnished truth placed before tbe people, tbe brewing industry would essentially benefited by it; but that the measure then proposed in con- gress was of such a i liaracter as left no doubt whatever that object of its ad- vocates wai not to ascertainthe truth, but to prepare for publication under sanction such garbled statements as we see dally emanating from the publishing houses of the Prohibition party. It WHS for this reason that our predecessors opposed sai bill, and the same reasom would have ii duced the present incumbents to oppos the pending measure outright had the not been assured by competent judges th vation of the c esterdav for the purpose of discussing the advisability of maintain- ing westbound rates to Chicago on a basis of 71 cents. The matter came up at the executive committee meeting on Tuesday and was referred to the sub-committee for action. The sub committee spent the day Several Tarked to Original Before Its Final Conferees Appointed en the Anti-Trust Senate Ulacuues Liquor and Silver Bills. WASHINGTON, May the pre- sentation, of a memorial from the Manu- facturers' club of Philadelphia asking for the passage of the McKinley bill and that it go into effect thirty days after approval, the houxe went into committee of the whole OB the tarif bill, Mr. Grosvenor in the chair. Mr. MoKialey asked the Democrats to name tbe amendments upon which they CALIFORNIA, desired a yea and nay vote, and several were called up aud disposed of. Among them was an amendment to paragraph 390, which provided that on wooleu and worsted yarns, made wholly or iu part of wool, worsted, hair ef tbe camel, goat, alpaca or other animals, valued at not more than 80 cents per pound, the duty (ball be twice the duty imposed by the bill KB a pound of unwashed wool of the first ilass and In addition 86 per cent ad val- Irem. The amendment provides that the duty should two and a half times as great. On this question the yeas and nays were 197 and 148 respectively, Messrs. Anderson ef Kansas, Henderson and Kerr of Iowa, Lacey, Lind, Struble aud Taylor of Illinois, Republicans, voted with the Democrats. A yea and nay vote was taken on an amendment to the wool schedule to pro- vide that on woolen or worsted cloths, knit fabrics and uianufactute-s made wholly or part of wool, the hair of animals, eto., valued at not more than 30 cents per pound, the duty per pound shall be three times the duty imposed by the bill on a pound of unwashed wool of the third class, and in addition 49 per cent, ad valorem. Tbe bill as nnamended provided that twice the duty should be imposed. This ballot resulted IB another victory for the Democrats, who, with the votes of several Republicans to aid them, polled 146 votes in the negative against 143 in the affirma- tive. The Republicans voting against the amendment were Messrs Anderson ef Kansas, Comstock, Dunnell, Flick, Henderson of Iowa, Lacy, Lind, Owen of Indiana, Struble, Taylor of Illi- nois, Waddill aud Wilson of Kentucky. A number of Republicans sat in their seats and refused to vote. An amendment providing that all man- ufacturers of silk, of which wool or the hair of the goat is a component part, shall he classified as manufacturers of wool, was agreed IT. to US. The Republicans voting against the amendment, were Featherstone, Hender- son Iowa, Kerr of Iowa aud Taylor of Illinois. The vinegar amendment adopted last night in the committee of tbe whole, was adopted by a vote of 164 to 138. Mr. Carlisle had introduced a resolution to recommit the hill to the committee on ways and means with instructions. The vinegar amendment, adopted iu committee of the whole, was agreed to yeas, 164; nays, 1SS. This was the last amendment and engrossment and third reading of the bill having been ordered, Mr. Carlisle the following amendment: The large warehouse of Knsenada was to tae .wgeuiil-.-it-anna, waa presented laid on tbe table. conference report on the bill for a public building at Hud- son, N. Y., limiting to agreed to. An effort was to have the liquor bill under dismission Tuesday taken up again, but It unsuccessful. Mr. Stewart proceeded to address th. senate on the silver bill. There would no preference between gold and silver, said, if the United States would do as France did and establish the ratio of 18 to 1. He quoted the platform ot the Repub- lican party and interpreted It as meaning that tbe party would make no discrlmlua tiou between gold and silver. Mr. Blair wanted to know why the sen- ate had not passed his school bill if platforms of political parties were bind- ing. [Langhter.J Mr. Furwell said that as a member of the committee ou resolutions at Chi- cago convention, his interpretation of the silver plank was that the party la favor of silver money at the market price of silver Mr. Wilson of Iowa gave notice of an amendment providing that the treasury notes issued for silver shall be legal tender (or puvate debts. Mr. Karwell gave notice of an amend- nent providing that the certificate, shall be receivable for customs, taxesand public and shall be legal tender for public ,nd private debts. CABINET COUNCIL CALLED DISCUSS THE SITUATION. Cempensatlon Clause of Ike TaiatloB BUI Will Probably Mad- Is Thovght That Oev- eramenfs Land Purchase Bill Will Be Withdraw.. LONDON, May I __ manifested at annonncemont that 1 f a cabinet council had been called for Fri- day, and much speculation rife to the character of the the Import- ance of whose discussion Influenced government's hasty It subse- quently given out that the council waa called for purposo of discussing; the CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES The bill was then laid aside informally and the liquor bill was up. Mr. Bustla supported the bill. Mr. Hiacock said that inder the proposed measure, the New fork legislature might pass a bill forbld- ing the importation to the port of New :ork of wiuos and brandies that now paid customs duties. Mr. Kvarts suggested that if this were so the language of the bill might be quail- Mr. Wilson of Iowa aud Mr. Hale de- the bill. Mr. Hiscock urther that the law might be used to pro- eel the distilleries, etc., of one state W Center street, D BOHOL.TBS, f. a Bast Third streul, rsshioiiable Tailor. Oentlemen will flnd It to tsnUr adranlaira to call on me before purclnutnz elsewhere. Pa. OABV oo., an Lion street, tionenl Hardware, While Lead.OIU.Painter's SuppUes.011 Clptbs, Oranlte Ware. A speoial- Williams Paint and Monroe range. R blank-books, ledgers, und al I kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 B. Second at, ItUDUU-B MULDKNHADKR, itSofft It, Cor. Third anil BnHalo su.. Dealer In Granite, Marble, Buikiiuit Stone. yoor aide-walk. Call on me 1 aud Kasl From btruaL Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Store lor Family Use. street, near the depot. BwrtlUK. Sale, reed and Livery stable. atabuag Sj the day or wen; on rissonibl. "M 'eti Monej closed at 4 j :KliC I i ei i ei I1. f It'-H 1 1 4.W; uctual fc mm. .m 1 Union MINIS, I lij', w.'.. ''iuii.il-.. i New Yotk "iiey .'.Iiickot. ,v VI.IIK, May S3. icnt The IIHI In 'e-1 4. for sixty day bills, steady; Is, bid; Id'JLi fcld. clnwi ns follows: akltig funds, l grades iLilfi, i.i siiperfl ue wl ntf r, eriiu No "v.'.i No. wini Mir mills e HIKl ttllllllv VIIMK. MavB. ti.ul> jfctcrday. Fin. d.i tpiin .l.ixi: 10; f; 76 dosprinif Heat ,orn tiade Tlran, (.I I.VfM t uot so active yester- In tho early dealing prices were weak uml declined We, but nfler miOday on buying >y the Hiitcbinson crowd, value, took an ut> ivard higher. Spot lots closed firmer. Spot ".Dies of No. 2red winter WMftim. N-0.3 ungraded spring 95c; .No. 2 red winter. May, J.1.01, do June, do July, rto wore tairly aclive and ir- regular and closeilahout JHc liujherall around Spot closed tinner. sales of No Z mined. steamer mixed, I0c- No' 2 mixed May, do do July 4wic- do Aau.. OATS- Option, were firm but oulet, hifher. Spot lots closed Hfr better put sales of No 2 wluie, No. 2 do, No. 1 mined, Mr; No. 2 do, itt-ljUW; No. 2 mixed May, 34Hc; June, ILHiu; do July, PORK Dull. r> for meS LAKD-Closed Irregular: June, July Aug.. SO 03. BUTTBK-Dull; eastern creamery, western do, CHEESE-Dull; factory New York fhed- eastern creamery, part skims. dar, Quiet: eastern firsts, fresh: western Buffalo Provision Market. BcrrALO, May 22. WHEAT-Clossd quiet: No. 1 hard 11 01- o. 1 northern, 99c. Winter wheat-No. 2 red, ic in store; No. 3 extra, 87ci No. 1 wh IU II u track. CORN-Steady; Ne. 3 corn, No. 3 do, J7c; No. i yellow, 38c: No. 3 do at OATS-Unssttled; No. 2 white, 33c; NoSdo committed to the committee on ways and means with instructions to report the same back to the house, so amended by substitute or otherwise, as to reduce the revenue of the government by reducing the burdens of the taxation upon tbe peo- ple, instead of reducing the duties by im- posing piobiliitory rates of taxation upou Imported goods [Democratic applause.] The resolution was HO; nays, [Kepublican applause.] I'he bill was then 164, uay, applause on both sides of the house, t he Democratic applause being derisive in its character. The following is the vote: Yean Adams, Allen Anderson Cau.) Arnold, Alkinnou (Penn.j, Atkiobon (W. Baker, Banks, Bartirie, Baync, Beck- witb, Relden, Belkiiap, Bergen, BlnKbarn, Bliss, BooUiman, BouMlle, Bowdcn, Br.wer, Broallis, Brewer, Browne T. M. Browne, Buotianan 'N. Burrows, Burton, Butter- worth, Oaldwell, Candkr Caunon, Carter, Caawell, C'beadle. Chratham, Clarke Cogswell, Combtock, t'onger, Cooper Craig, Culbertsen Ciitcheon, Dal- zell, Parllng-toa, Di'lluvrn. Delano, Dingley, Delllver, Dorsey. Dunuell, Evans, Ewart, Far- quhar, Flnley, Flick, Flood, Frank, Ftmston, Sear, Gest, Gldord, Greenhalge. Grouvenor, Hall, Hansbrough, Harmer, Hauglieu, Hen- derson Henderson Herman, Hill Hitt, Hopkins, Houk, Kelly, Kennedy, Kerr Ketchem. Kinsey. Knapp, LaFol- lette, Laiillow, Lansing, Laws, Lehlbach, LJnde, Logo, Mason. MrComas, McC'ord, Me- Cormick, McKenna. McKinley, Miles, Mllli- ten, Moffatt, Moore (N. Morey, Morrell, Morrow, Mo.se, Mudd, Niedringhaus, Nnte, 3'Dounell, O'Xeill (Pa.K Osborne, Owen Payne, Perkins, Picklur, Post, Pugally, Qimk- unbush, Raines, Hanilall, Ray, Rey- burn. Rife. Rockwell, Rowell, Russell, San- ford, Sawyer, Re ranton, Scull, Sherman, Sim- onds. Smith Smith (W. Smyser, Snyder, Spooner, Stephenwm, Stewart (VU Stiner, Htockbridue, Slnible, Taylor interest will the bridtw be Taylor (Tenn.l, Ezra Taj lor, Jo- leph, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Town- (Cala.t, Townsend (Pa.) Van'lever, Van Schayck, Waddlll, W.ide, Walker Wallace Wallace (N Watson. Wheeler Wlckham Williams Wilson (Ky.j, Wilson (Wash Wright, Yardley-Total 1B4. Nays-Abbot, Alderson, Allen fMIss An- derson (Miss.) Andrew, Harnrs, Ban, if, Biezs Blanrhard, Blaud Blount, Boatner, UreckVn- rldge Breckenridge, Brlckncr, Brookshlre, J. B. Brown, Brunnpr, Buchanan Buckalew, Bunn, Bynum, Campbell, Oandler Carlisle, C'arlton, Caruth, Uatcb- Ing9, Chapman, Clamey, Clark, Clements Cobb, Coleuian, Cooper Covertl Cowles, Crain, Crisp, Culberson (Tex.) Cum- mlugs, Dargau, Davidson, Dibble, Dockery, Dunphy, Edmunds, Elliott, Kllis, Enloc, Featherelone, Fitch, Fnhian, Flower, Fore- man, Forney, Fowler, Gi-Uienhelnncr. Gibson Grimes, Hare, llntch. Hayes, Hayues Heard. HemplillI, (NT. C) Herbert, Holman, Kerr Lur.mim, Lee' LettiT (Gul. (Va.l, i ?Iagnpr, Mulsh, Mansur, Martin ,MaHin McAdoo, McCarthy. McClammy. Mit'Jellan MuCieaiv, McMillin, McKae, Mill-, will I "The charter was said Mr. Joseph R. Kwell yesterday, "for the pose ol providing a railway bridge across the Niagara It ia needed, but I do not care to go into details and give my reasons for thinking so. The bridge will be built." charter on the Canadian Mde of the riverr" "No. I understand that there is a char- ter in existence on the other side, and scnnc anuiiKcriieiit may be made by which the two interests will lie consolidated. I cannot say anything definite about it now." "In whose bllllf" "Our charter gives us tbe right to grant the use of the bridge to anybody with cer- tain refill.-lions. The cooipnuy will be organised so as to get the best possible re- turns from the property. I cannot say who will itet it." The Canadian Pacific has long been casting anxious eyes towards Buffalo, and has been anxious to compete for business from this point. To come over the inter- national or suspension bridges it would have to pay tribute and be at the mercy of Its, rival, the Ormid Trunk. To use the cantilever bridge would put it In the mercy of the Michigan Ceutral and the Vander- bilt interests. This it dirt not care to do, and as a result the officers have been look- ing for a chance to cross to this side of tbe river. The charter of the Canadian end of the bridge, it is understood, is held In the interests of the Canadian Pacific, and now that a charter hns beeu obtained on this side, a consolidation of interests moat likely will be effected. As soon as this Is Jone the Canadian Pacific will build to Nui'.'iira river und secure an entrance into litiffalo. Mr. ClevoUnd lurlted to Visit Texas. NEW YORK, May 22.-Ex-Pres1dent Cleveland and Mrs. Cleveland were wait- ed upon at their residence lust evening by Governor Boss, Col. A. H. Belo, Hon. John Mnrtin, .1. Armstrong and taveral other citizens of Texas, accompanied by their wives, mid a cordial invitation extended to the ex-president aod his wife to visit the Texas state fair to lie held at Dallas in November. Mr. Cleveland re- plied that he had long debired to visit the Southwest, and if nothing unforp seen oc- curred, he would gladly accept the in- vitation. Mrs Cleveland also gave a similar answer. The delegationstart on their return to-day. National HuplM Anniversary. CHICAGO, May National Baptirt nniversary yesterday morning at ilumet church. The day's scs-ion was devoted to the annual exercises of the American Baptist Publication society Rev, Thomas Armitage of New York the try. Moore Morgan, Mutcliler, Oates, I first vice president, was called to preside O'Ferrall, O'Nell Outhwuite, Owens Committees were appointed, after which Paynter, Pell, Penington, Rev. Ben ,amin Griffith read the report of Perry, Pierce, Price, Qmnn. Reilly, Richard- the hoard of manajrers The flnanH.I shnws: No. 2 mixed. 32c on track. No. 2, HWiiWc; No 8 88BM1 FLOUR- Firm and nteacly: sprint wheat best ttent, per bbl., I8.00ia8.5fl; and low grade, 3.50. Winter best family rkham, BUTTER -Creamery fancy, 19O30c; holce, 17ffll8c; do western fancy, Fancy full cream per Ib., 11MA Uc; ohrtoe do. good do, WBlOHc. and Canada, strictly fresh, iremra tnah, UMOUc. Robertson, .wacm, nuwiann HUSK, Bay- statement ihnum. A Seney, Sbiveljr, Skinner, Springer, Stahl- K i necker, Stewart Stone capital, net assets, Stump, Tracy Tucier Hcv Mr Vonlell of t'onnoctt- Turner (N. Turpin, Vnnable' cnt sPoke "Diitl'idh e Work of this So- Washington, Whiting, Whltthorne, Wheeler ciety: its NaUne r.ml Necessity" fAla IVllrzk do Wika, Wilkinson, Wilcox, Williams Wilson Wilson (W. Va.) Yoder- Total, 142. I'lie speaker appointed A. B. Taylor of Oi.io, bttiwart of Vermont and Bland of as conferees on the anti-trust l.i'l Adjnarned. IN THE SENATE. Drlvrn tu Suicide by Melancholy. May Swindell, a aii'l citizen of Allegheny City, and se.iinr partner in the Swindell Construct inn company, cut his throat yea- terday He was suffering from acute mel.mcholin, brought on by death of his wife, mother and the May 82.-In the latter whom was ki'lled by a railroadacei- yenUirday the mignation .f Mr. Cauady, dent. He will that iu order to shut up a few of the many thousands of public bouse, in this country the people must buy the publican's bas- compensate him for any loss suffer through not being a traffic that the public welfare shull curtailed and actually give him a retiring fund. All the temperance are up is arm. against tlie principle. are being held every whore to protest against scheme, and OB 7 a monster meeting will be held IB Hyde park to show the force of reeling agaluat the government's bill. The celebration yesterday of the queen's birthday, tlie anniversary ef which (alls on Saturday, was generally I he day oa. of quiet festivity and good cheer with very of the noisy demonstration which almost invariably characterizes the celebration of .r.nt. of national Interert. Nearly all of the cabinet ministers and many other prominent Mr- sons Iu private life gave dinners ID honor of queen last night. The monster meeting which It was pro- posed to bold In tbe new town of Tlppcrary next Sunday proclaimed by the government, to in Indignation of JM inhabitants of the new town and surrounding country. oflcial action taken in the Interest of order, but there U a suspicion that prohibitive order was Influenced by Smith Barry, from the Inhabitants of the new town seceded. Lieut. Baron VOB Gravonnmth of MaJ. Wlssmann'H expedition is spending bis In- definite leave of absence from Southeast Africa in recruiting in Germany standard of qualification for service In Africa Is very high and but the vory best men are accepted. Four Germans, who were arrested at Riga a short time ago charged with politi- cal oftense. and condemned to in Siberia, have been set at liberty by order of the czar. No reason given this act of clemency. Will Stop IxwnoN, May 28.-Mr. H. H. Ident of the bimetallic league, has sent following cablegram to Mr. Dana Horton at Washington: "I think silver bill will be a most effectual stop toward the reinonetlitatlon of silver. In no case need there be any fear of shipments of silver from India or China to the United States. While the passage of the bill will give confidence to Europe In the stability of silver, its operation will be well calcu- lated to bring about an International bi- metallic agreement with the Latin union and probably other Mr. Gladstone Leases the Raltb Ibtate LONDON, Gladitom bu rented the Haith estate at Klrkecaldy on the shore of the Firth of Forth, where be will spend the autumn recess. The Bolehstag BERLIN, May reichstag ad- journed until June An Assemblyman IHenpnwnn. TRRNTON, N. J., al-Assemblyman Trier went away Monday, and the Newark Elevated railroad hill, which had been under discussion before his committee cannot be found. Mr. Trier was opposed to the bill, and It wai held back In com- mittee so long that the house adopted a resolution demanding that bill be re- ported. Theu both Mr. Trier and the bill disappeared. There was an exciting da- bate over the matter. It was alleged that Trier had left the stHte till legislature adjourned._______________ Railway Conductors Adjourn. ROCHWTHB, May SS.-The grand division of Ordor of Railway Conduotor. finished up Its business yesterday and ad- journed. There was no business of public interest transacted. The delegation left here this morning for Albany, and after spending the day at the eapltol will given a reception in the evening by Gov- ernor Hill. To-morrow morniugthey will go to New York, where they will spend a day or two In sightseeing and then dis- perse to their A Contested Kleotlon Settled. HRLENA, Mont., May 22.-The supreme court of Montana In deciding the contested election case of the sheriff of Silver Bow county, Involving the validity of the vote in the famous precinct No. 84, unanimously held that the vole of that precinct was so Irregular In all and so saturated with proven fraud, that It should be en- tirely rejected This elects the sheriff aud all of Republican officers in silver Bow county. Governor Hill MOO.OOO ni.b.r. Standard- Is richer by reason of thTsuprenM court decision IB that being share of continge.t fee, duo former law firm, Bill ftf BU i" TT Spring, THE FINEST IN THE MARKET WoHL and for and SPECIAL PRICE. CTODDAHT A CO.. Patent Attorney.. fei? l) Of Trl'rl, KWllrwl rage aiara. reitlsteriMl A i Paian. Jrade Marks registered All I'aujnt bTislnenL omiduoieil lor moderate KeesT Information Advice and sent on ww to orkjni, for u, ftnont a home >nd give their whole me >n gve ter whol time to the Snare momcnu may be profit. Mv employe.! .lie. A few vacancies in town. -.-_. B. Si., MtchBond, f. JOHNSON and rasidcui-o to Nu. 3iK Oove stiwt tm i p. lluu i. m l wcckilay <al veuienlM-i-ouiu liounejclolheniiren- roKl snil wood handMimo Tiranda and vestibule, back and icreen dpnra anil winilowi. atorm aaihei outside handsomely papered, newly Minted Iniklii and out. and sink In kitchen and for lawn. ttfliKW fnilt treiis, garden liot-bed.' ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchants Inqulm.of t< Jacob Wnlner or frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of JUST RECEIVED 4. Carload of the FINEST and RAREST ROSES. trees. Never before will sell them Terr cheap sell them cheap? Because It Will o improve the cilv and make U no. that after time there wll; city or town In whole Chaut. thu. VANDERMEULKN'S GBKEN HOU8I Cor. Eagle and Seventh Equal to any in the city, an .C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIM ST, BCrTALO, T. DEALER m Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Silverware, Leather Goods, etc. nait A rifro. HOLD 4 SIL VKR PLA ntt A COMPLETE LIHB OF r 3O4 MAIN 8TBKBT, >ppoefte IroiinolB HMel. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures, IN SPA PERI NEWSPAPER

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