Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 22, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. THURSDAY. MAY 22, \m. NO HI 6 Ii EP ti ES KNTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES BREWERS IX CONVENTION. OF DUNKIRK. A NKW Kl I.IPK* HK HIPP. lur ruling . nil IIb<1i til blitnkt ii Uh* »<i'litii>i> 'o to* Uirlitulntl Impartmriit of Duukirk|Priiiliiijr Company J LCXAMlKH'N < oal anil Wood Yar<l. TM* Can Ira I Avruu**, upnosite Nickel Blate ...----- si—.    coal, Free rpot ah yrs-1- of W^nl and Soft oil. h4| Lumbar. Shih*U>s and Lafe. . Ttm Corraapondeuoe l«f wLohaale lota W _ • -.•ll? -•olielted I) h. GirroKD. «3 aud t£> Contra! Ate. Artistic PlKitofraplier, iuatantaueouii rtooUHrraplm of Halil*** a specialty, svtu-rx ?oed not wa.l for suushino except lo* #*M*a. ll (MIM BIN UKK V-J A HCH iHVINU. pro*tor, No. ie K. st* rood *>lret-l. near Pr,»-II uf- (aio street, Dunkirk. N. I. Manilas, Mu mc Paulpblets, et*-., bound in all styles. Order* promptly attended to. All work *uaranU*»d. Ii ti KABAK'* (J KOC RIE KY MOCHA, 3Ue Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in I* ported and louies tic China, Glaasware, Ro,    _ / \M ACTAL'VfC A HOTKL, I j    Kates, ti per day. l,ifory and Hoarding! Stable in connection Victor Ruler, 33ft and 337 Lion street i HTV MAKUCH SHOP I J    Clin*.    Nag Ie, Prop., lluder Cake Snore National Hank, cornet Center aud Third streets. A flue stock of Foreign aud Domestic cigars. / tONRLIN A AON, SIK Coater street, Practical horse-sbovra. Particular alientioo paid to mterferiug tootses. Shoeing of road sad trotting horses a specialty. I) Ii NMI KB K V RN INO OHU.KVKK largest Daily in Hie County. Au unequalled advertising medium. D CNK IKK RNOINKKKINO COMPANY. Formerly Set lew A Popple. Manufacturers of bagmen, Hollers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, eh'. Patterns, forgings, Castings, aud Machine Work lo order. I vt NKI KH SHIRT OO., MII, Aift st. fly Center street, Manufacturers of tit. '•Cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - Ut ting Crees Shirt*, un sale in all leading furnishing, clothing aud dry goods houses id Dunkirk. D R. TOO MRT, 434 aud 43H Lion street^ Dealer IU Flour, Fee-1, r-alt. Hale*! flay. Phonal! iten, etc. Established, 1B77. t' KIK UUl'KL sud inning SUMM, I SMM j Depot Easy a< -ess to all Hums sud bus mess houses. Hest acooinmodutions for Commercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. C1HLKK3 A <<>.. Ii    r,    aud    WI K. Third street Flue Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Upsetter mg. Picture Frames made to order. F.1 D. M ATTIC MON A CO., SUI Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion aud (Jeutlemsn Outfitters. A KEI.I STRAM M KATI NI • to ii Manufacturers et Mica rn Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. ii OMR NT KAM LAUNDRY. ». .a. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    IU'; Collars, Ai; Cuffs. 4c, aud Lace Curtains. Free Deli? ary. A W. Cumuiings, *>7 < euler street ll.1 It. ok.Ii VI. hi. Third st., cor. of Huff alo Manufacturer sud dealsr in Flue Bruits A Shoes H RN KY WKILKK’H NKW STO KR, IU) K. i». I bud st. Books, Stationery, Musical In iruuieuts.Magaiices,Daily audWeekly Papers ad evert tin eg pertaining to a Hist cines Look tore Sc to-to. Hooks a specialty. I OU PKI NUNO of every desert pCou sud at J lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, • aud lo K. second St. jn Van iii kin a hon, n*s Lits Accident and (Jeneral lnsuraaoa. Deal* irs in Real Astate and Loans. Particular ittenuon paid to the care of property collect ng rents Aa tin Center st., fled door. | OMO O M CII I Itll ti JOU Central Avenue sd<|uarters for W all Paper Paint , OI Is, Ac. PR KRINN, J. VY., WM Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Sa. Id lea, Bridles, Collars. Trunks,W kips, Buffalo Kobes, Birse Covers (J lo yes Mittens and Sleigh Kobes SCHOLTRS, 17 Asst Thin! street. Fashionable Tailor, (venlieinen will Bud it to their sd vantage to cation me liefore purchasing <lae where. IV Pima I) H. CAKY ACO.. L .    333    Lion street. General Hard ware, W’ bi Ie I .ead,oil*. Pa inter’* •Urn, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special-Sberwiu Williams Pa.ntand Munroerange. Ii 1.1 NU, such os biank-books, ledgers, sud all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IU A. Second st Suppl ty.of 8 RI RUDOLPH MOLJVRNHAIT IS, Cor. Third and Buffalo SUL, Dealer in Granite, Marble. *■ >aggiug and Building Stone. Call on me im fore buying your aide-walk. R IMI.KY A CO., 7 and V Fast Front street Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. RVI It KUT M KAY, Lins street, near the depot Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by Ute day or we- k on reasonable term*. aAM J. G1FFOKD, All Central Ave. (Up ^ stairs). General Insurance ami Heal Astate Agent. Firs, Life, Accident, and Live Stock insurance. Prompt attention given to buying sud selling Heal Estate #1* C. JONEN, I    76 A. Third st, cor Deer Kaoeisior Meat Market. Fresh. Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard. Sausages. Oysters aud A TCH RN, JRWRLKV, AC. ‘Buy tile Aurora Bai I road Watch. Hr pairing a specialty. Frank F. Stapf. A A. Third st M. M04 K Kit, Merchant Tailor, ilk Centra] Avenue $500 REWARDl WK wilt pay the above reward few any case of Llvmr Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, t on* upsilon or Costiveness we can not cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the direeuo a are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to fire satisfaction Sugarcoated. Large bose*, containing SU Ptiis, A oenta. Beware of ooua-inrteits. and nm ut ions. The genuine manu facurM only bv JOHN C. W KST A CO. Sold by MONACK’* Pa AKN ACV. D kirk. N. Y, THREE HUNDRED DELEGATES ASSEMBLE AT WASHINGTON. President Lefens Nays the Brewing Interests are In n Healthy Condition. The Kffeet of the Peitnsy Ivnuln Blee* tlou en Hie Indus!r> —Report of the Board of Trustees. Warrington, .May ‘it* - The* thirtieth annual convention of the United States Brewers’ association opened here yesterday in Grand Army ball. There were about SUO delegates iii attendance, representing the brewing interests in nearly every stat* of th* (Jaion. The aaftociattou has about 750 me rn liers, and represent* capital invested in breweries in the aggre gate amounting to $HtU,00U,(JU0, and K2 per («nt. of the total production of beer in the country. Preaideut I*rfeu* of Chicago called the convention to order at IO a. rn , and delivered his annual address The reports of the board of trustees aud the report* of tho various committees on uceded legislation and matters connected with the brewing interests were read by Secretary Katzeuniever of New York and adopted without discussion. PRESIDENT LffFKNM' ADDRESS President lefens, iu his opening ad-Arose, said he was glad to state that the browing interests were in a mort hopeful stat* than they were a year ago. At that ti Ai*, he said, brewers felt uncertain about t he outcome of elections to bo held in Pennsylvania. which offered one of the most important opportunities to confirm or re ject legislation affecting the personal rights of the people; but he was glad to state that the people of Pennsylvania had refused to make legislators the dictators as to what the people should eat and drink. President la-frn* warned th# convention delegates, however, that they should not relax their vigilance, for what their opponents had lost in influence with the people, as show u by reeeut elections w here prohibitory laws were involved, they were tryiug Hi regain by national legislation in Washington He closed with the sugges Mon that the beer brewing industry tie represented at the world's fair iu lik3 by a great exhibit with s|»e< is! buildings, and a complete brewery showing the whole pro cess of making lieer. REPORT OF THE HOARD OF TRUSTIES. The report of the board of trustees of the association when read claimed the closest attention from tlie delegates. The board iii their re|»ort say that there never was a time iu the whole history of the asaociatiou 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 tie submitted to the jieople. “Tile bill for the appointment of a commission for the investigation of the liquor traffic," the tioard Nays, “which has beeu adversely reported upon so often, was agaiu introduced in congress and urged with extraordinary persistency on the [tart of our opponents. BRFWKRS WANT FAIR FLAT. “As early as ISM our [lieder-essor* in their annual report, submitted at the Rochester convention, publicly stated that tile results of their investigation had convinced them that if a fair aud impartial examination iuto the liquor I rattle could lie had. aud the un varnished truth plai-etl lieforethe people, the brewing ludiistry would ba essentially benefited by it; but that the meaaure then proposed iu ixia gress was of such a character us left no doubt whatever that the object of it* ail locates wa- not to ascertain the truth, hut to prepare for publication under sanction such garbled statements as we see daily emanating from the publishing houses of the Prohibition party. It was for this reasou that our predecessors opposed said bill, aud the saute reasons would have iii ducts! the present iuciimlients to oppose the peudiug measure outright had they not beeu assured by com pele u I judges that the chances of passing the said bill were very great, aud that it would lie unwise not to do all that was possible iu order to render the bill less obnoxious by having it amended iu a manner promising a fair, impartial aud coo* [ie tent investigation. A LAfft;FR COMMISSION DESIRED. “With thin object in view your trustee* caused to be Auhniitted to the committee on alcoholic traffic a protest against that of the bill which provide* that there shall be appointed a com mission of five persons, not all of whom shall lie advocates of pro bibitory liquor laws; and suggested that a commission of niue be appointed, an con st Ruled as to represent lioth [Mil it leal partiea, the Prohibitory party, the high license party, the United States Brewers' association, the United Stales Distillers’ association, aud those branches of acieuce aud statistics which deal with the question of alcoholism, paujierism and crime. “We have some hopes that the bill uow la-fore the house will be amended in such a spirit of fairuese Your trustees endeavored to OMIviAce the committee on ways aud means that under existing circumstances and iu view of the protection peri-odical* already enforced, au increase of the tariff on hops. barley, malt, rice, corks, etc,, would lie unjustiflabie from an economic point of view; all the more so because. in Mime instance*, the American producers are well aide to compete successfully with foreigu growers iu foreign mar kets. The latter fact was plainly shown in regard to hops, but we failed to accomplish more than the curtailing of the rates of increase originally promised “Your trustees have heard various rumors concerning the causes of this failure, but prefer to persevere iu the conviction that so august a body as the congress of the United States would not exercise til# law- making for purposes other than those which are strictly iu accordance with the requirements of the public welfare. We may regret that the law makers sometimes act under erroneous conceptions of which the public welfare demands, hut we will not believe that the partisan consider* lions can actuate them to jeopradiz* vast LUustrial interests." ADULTERATION CONDEMNED. Respecting the adulteration of lx*r and the bill against it. now [lending la-fore congress, the board says this is the proper time aud opportunity to repeat, that iu dividually and as the represent ices of this Association, we condemn adulteration and fully approve ami suppoit any law de signed to suppress aud punish it. It is our opinion that the pro|ier couis- to pursue would he te have a com pet en t authority say, for instance, the revenue depart meat, in conjunction with th« agricultural, the medical department, aud the board af health determine whet her the use of rice, wheat, corn or the starch derived from these materials, is whole some or not; whether beer, made of either of these is or is not more healthy aud nutritive than barley I leer, And. lastly, arhat her the use of cereals oilier than barley in the brewing of hear ta justly aud properly Fe lie oonaidered an adulteration If to la. forbid it. What ever could legitimately be don* t* prevent the passage of such hills was promptly done by your offic er* aud representative* Here, as in all our efforts, we were great ly ba rn [ ** red by the totally unfounded ins predion that thin aaeociattoa is a pari of a political machine-an impression which is strengthened, unfortunately, by persons conne« ted with the trade in a loose way, but neither authorized to speak for us nor representing our views correctly in any respect. We have so often emphasized the fact that this assor ia!iou is uot a political machine committed irrevocably to any party that rc|ietition of the statement must be wearisome, yet. circumstances call upon us to explain our position. After this the convention adjouruod until this morning aud later in the day mads a trip to Mt. Vernon. TO CAPTURE LOWER CALIFORNIA. iHE TA lf I KF iii!.;. . A.SNK I). IT WILL PROBABLY REACH THE SENATE FRIDAY. Au Attempt to bs Mads to Foret an Independent Republic. San Francisco, May Sd. - Th# Uh ron Ic I# devotes four columns'to giving complete details of MU alleged conspiracy to cap ture lyiwer California aud to found au in dependent republic to lie followed by annexation ts the V ailed blate*. A number I of prominent capitalist* interested in I ai wet California lands aud mines and wellknown citizens* of I-ain Angeles and San Diego are involved according to th# revelations.- San Diego appears to hava I teen the headquarters of the filibusters. The general outline of the plan, it is claimed, was for the Mexican lorod and Colonization company, composed of wealthy Englishmen owning concession* on the peninsula, to place in the baud- of a well know n San Diego capitalist fluff,UOd i to be used in advancing th* interests of the ti Ii busters The large warehouse of ! an English compauv at Knsenada was to tie tilled with arms. ammunition and previsions for th# use of the revolutionist*. The oftb-ers of the English company claim that the [mlicy of the Mexican officials in lamer California baa lieeu ruinous t# the land interests of the company, which has I**u obliged to expeud thousands of dol (ars iu protecting its interests and the salvation of the company, they assert, Anally de|ieiids upon securing the annexation. A lobby has lieen working in Washington in the company's interest, hut aa the prospects of congressional action were unfavorable, a filibustering expedition was fixed upon Two pro[*oaition» were discussed. One was to capture Ensenada, the other was to introduce a large number of Americans on the peninsula, ostensibly as railroad laborers, to capture the Mexican man of war Denus-arta, sod at th# name time give a picnic in honor of the Mexican official**, and in the midst of the festivities, capture the garrison and seize the road** aud telegraph lines. Siuiultau eons rising at other [daces were to take place The facts became known at a meeting last March. When the peninsula had been sei/.i-d a provisional government was to lie de* lared oil or aiiout Aug I, and martial law was lobe eiiforci-d. 'I he land of ilia peninsula was to la* nationalized, and a I wakeful oilier of things secured; negotiations for the annexation to the United States would follow. The names of the projectors are given. To Maintain Westbound Hates. Nf.w York. May 22 The sub committee i of the executive committee of the trunk lines composed of traffic managers in the nam iat ion. met yesterday for the pur|*o*s of discussing the advisability of maintaining westbound rates to Chicago on a liasis of 71 cents. The matter came up at the executive committee meeting on Tuesday and was referred to the sub-coniniittee for action. The subcommittee spent the day discussing the matter and adjourned until this morning. A Prominent Democrat Dead. Handout, N Y . Mav VSI.-Ex Assemblyman Thomas Hill died at Shokan yester day. aged hi years For fifty years he had been a prominent Democrat in local politics. He was apfMiiutcd postmaster at We**t Shokan by ex President Cleveland, which olio •* he lie' ! nut ii ti.* els*'iou of President Ha .rise ii THS M\R*<L1S. Nev* turk Motley Market. >’# * Vt.AK, May J?. Moue* closed at I J -r cml e,t. rd iv.    Th# hi* he I -vat 8 per ««* •. aim* lo hi. I (cli*iud ch -.lls iv: I «► c. rst.w.    “‘si 4.Sh. actual rale-. RXiH fur sixty day    bills, aud    .k»14 L>r de.ital.-I, Govern ait ala t losed steady; . urrency 4*. Lh* hid; 4- • our . I Ti bid; 4^ do. HOV* L>kL Pacific railroad hon closed ss follows: Union ♦G-.t- • •»»*« bel: do risking fund*. LITH bl !.    nu.il>. • *•»'a bk!. New York Produce Enbange. Yon*. Mav ES FLOUR Closed stt.^ly yesterday. Fin* •Trades a inter. ; ’.db *1C. ‘bt *P‘ ‘nL JJE; «uperflae winter, i.4u.- Git do spring. ; rn No - * • ■ r.    >. Co -priu,. fl-.ft aul ar extra No. w inter. JCirwvA.IU: do spring. «3.WHfr.t.- , ,pv niilS cr irs i I •«*-? 4 lY'toi U cst lndi*-' Southern ll* ur eloped steady; I.ade and tatuilv exiras. h» IYM **■'»-\\ HE-Ll Option - were not so active yester-da-.. In the early dealings prices were weak sud declined IYC. but after midday on buyiug by the Hutchinson crowd, values took an upward turn and closed Faille higher. Npot lota closed firmer. Spot *ak' of No. t red winter, WF^al bl; No. 3 d«».    ungraded    spring, UTm. No. 2 ret winter, May, $1.01; do June, tatter; do July. W'tK : do Aug.. W$c-t'tlRN Options were fairly active and irregular and closed alMiut Fs« higher all around. Sv-.i Iota cloMf-i firmer. Nt-.i sales of No. 2 inned. tuMt^tic: steamer mixed, Ilk'; No. 2 mixed May. 401*: do June 40Fffc. do July, 41Fic; do Aug.. 42i$c.    ...    j__ OATS Option* were firm but qobt, oMl| nauc higher. S|>ot lots t !«*snl \+c hatter. Snot wile* of No 2 while, No. 2 do. 37u; No I mined, 85c; No. tdo, **&»*: No. 2 mixed Max 341* do lune, fcg*; do Jaiy. PORK Dull. »i:L7fctl4*kfor new meas LARD Claatd irregular: June, $4*42. July, EC f>4; Aug-, ffft *£4. BUTTER Dull; eastern creamery, 15®l#c: weetern do.    .__. CHEESE-Dull; factory Now York < hed-dar.    ;    eastern creamery, pail skims, ItGOS—Quiet; esstern flrsts, fresh; D'-yAlSc, westsrn do, Hike* ___________ Buffalo Provision Market. Re FFA DO, May S. WH EAT— Cloeed quiet; No. I bard, IMM; No. I northern. We. Winier wheat-No 2 rad «ev4c in store; No. 3 extra.t7c; No. I while, fl.UI ob I lack    _    ______ a j stuiuly; N§. 2 rom, 37^; Nt- 2 [fie; No. 2 yellow, :»c; No. 3 do at 37Fkc. OATS - Unsettled: No. 2 white, 33c; No^do, No. 2 mixed. KV «'n»ra^k_ MAKI EY No. 2, 6S6*ffhc: No. 3,    1 KliOl'R Firm and Grad*: spring wheat,beet patent, per bbL. RffffW •"<* 5A Wister wheat hest family,    Tit ^    reamer) fancy,    do choice. Ueifc. do westera fancy, 17C1R CHEESE Faery full cream per lh., llifrft 1& ch**oo do, 10k4(d.lIc; good do, WilMjc. ^ EGCtS State aad l aaada. strUUy fresa, ere tee loc wssksra Desk. Itffcgftlfe. Heveral Amendments Teeked lo tho Original Measwre Before Its Final !*aeeage—fouferre* Appointed on the Anti Trust Hill—The Senate Dis* usees the Liquor aud Sliver Hills. WAifflNGTON, May *L-At^r th* pm; sen tat ion of a atcuiorial from the Mai facturcre’ club of Philadelphia asking for the passage of the McKinley bill and that it go into effect thirty days after *PP">T*J-hJ house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill, Mr Grosvenor rn lhMrbMcKinley aske*l the desired a yea and any vote ann them was an amendment P* 3MU, which provided that on ^'^.^Vtof worsted yaras. made wholly or ii I w-uol. worsted, th. hair •^he^nmeL goat, Slpaoa or ^er aniirral .    ^    thpduty more than HU Mil    by    the bill .hall he ^^^^CSof the first sn n pound nf unwaaneu ;l““CZSL* of Iowa, I^acey, lAnff, *    with the of Illinois. Republicans, voted with ^v“,°r«d    un*    vol,    wa. Ufc» on an A y,a aau    J    ^h«loS    lo P™ I --sn or w®rnt,<l doth., kuii fabriva    and    lu.nuliotur,- n.ad. oroarto. wool. th. hair of animala, Tu l.luT.1 not mort tbaa » ;r;.;‘“^u,>r:rrd;han WUrt. times the duty imptnwd J    raclasa Th. "bill aa nnaru,nd.d provi.l-d that twice the duty should be imposed Hit* ballot rt»ul.«i la -oothvr vkmrv for t ILaiiiocrate who, with the vote* ol publicans to ald them, polled 140 votes uX neg-tivc against 143 in the affirmA rive Th# Republican* voting aghast he amendment were KaiiWLs. Comstock.    , -nd; F'lick Henderson of Iowa, Lacy, » Owen of Indiana Struble. T^lor ofJUi- uois, Waddill and YMIhou of Keutuc^. A number of Republican* ant in Mild    to    ▼ot^. An amendment providing that a1 nanm Ii fact u ten* of silk. of which w.a.lI or tho hair of the goal i« a component part shall Im. «iKHsifled as manufacturer* of wool, was Republica^ voting against the mn wad merit, were Feat horatone.H ender Mon of Iowa, Kerr of iowa aud laxlorof ^ The ^vinegar .mendm.nt ^optril last night in the committee of the whole, was a*louted by a vote of IGA to I Aff. Mr < h.d    »*t™ l.'rt.omn.it th. bill <« >h<- committM ob vv.V. .bd u..a« with i»,tru<tl.iM» The vinegar amendment, adopted rn commits* of th. whol,. «** “di—' «®- ,T6s,“w«*S:.T«. .rn.bd,nm. .od A. the following amendment: R^dved, That the pending hill »*« re comiuitted ta the committee on way* and . i ism us with instructions to report the -ame back to the house, so amended by substitute or otherwise, a* to reduce the revenue of the government by reducing ,b, burden, bf the .»J«fton “■»”'**>*«- bl. lu.l.bd bf reducing the dutlMhy im pmhiWiory r,t„ of tex...on upon KTporte.i gocl,. The resolution wa* defeated yeA-t, uav* ld4 IRepuhlhan apphtune l The hill was then [iAHseii-yraa lM, UMV 142 amid applause on Ixith sides of the house, the Democratic applause beiug ilerisive in it* character. The following i* the vote: xii Adams. Allen iMloh.), Anderson .Kau > Arnold. Atkinson tlVnn.J. \v Va * Baker. Bunk-, Bart ms, *hxyn<\ Be* k-$th ildro, ■.Ik.,ap. Bergen, Bingham. hi,SA B-M.lhu.su, Boil,rile pru-tius. Brewer, Brewne (> ad. T. M. Bra , Buohansu-N. J-*. Burrows worth. Caldwell. CYsndler    C“J*; I mr.**r ('aswail, < heaille. ( heat ham, t larxe Wls.L*C«g«sweU, Comstock, Conger, ( ooper i Oh to,'. Craig. Cu Die rt-en tFn>, Cut* heon, Dal-yell DHrlliigtuu. lh Haven. Delano, DingU-J. 1^1 liver, Dorsey. Dunnell. Evans. Ewart, Far-luhsr Finley, FII* k. Flood, Frank. Funston, Gear Grot, Gifford, Greenhalge. Grosvenor. HalL Hanihrough, Harmer, Haughen. Hen-jri-on iHU.», Henderson dad* Heriusn, Hill, Bitt, Hopkins, Bouk, Kelly, Kennedy, Kerr la I. Ketchem. Kinsey, Knapp. I-ecey, LfFol lette, LnMlow, lAU»ing. I-**"-Lind#, Loge. Meson. Mc(^'oins*. Met orxt McCormick. McKenna. McKinley, Mile*. MU -kro MoffHtt. M,.n (N- Md, Morey, MorrelL Morrow. Mo.**. Mndd. Niedringhaus, Nut#, O'Donnell, O’Neill    O-liorne. Owen dndd,  ......a-.. r«j-a. Mhhiink Kain*^v KmulaHv    ^ burn Rife, Rockwell, RowelL Russell, -sau-forxl Sawyer, S* rant*.#, BeulL Sherman, bim-onm. Smith (111.1, biuith (W. V... Sm,rtr. Snyder, Spooner, StephetpoB, Stewart (A tj, St I ner, Stockbridge, Strutde. Sweeny, Taylor .mu i Taylor (TennJ, Ezra Taylor, Jo--euh. Taylor. Thomas, Thomieon. T«‘wn* . i iC'ala I Townsend it*#-* \an-iexer, vS Shayc-k. YVaddill, >^ie Walker Mane.). Wallace UMa^d, V\alla«e tN. y ) Watson. Wheeler tMich.i. " ickhain William* (Od. Wiison (Ky.i, Wileon (Maeh.i, Wright. Yardley-Tidal 104. Nays Abbot. Aldec-ou, Allen (Mi-**.). An-JmVmiu (MUs.) Andrew. Barnes, Barwin. Biggs, Rlanchard Bland Blount, Bxiatuer, Brecken-ri!l^ (ArkdT Breckenridge. (Kyd. Brickncr. Brookshire, J. B. Brown, Brunner, Buchanan ,V- J huckalew. Bunn, Bynum. Campbell, I Jailer (Gu Carli*le,Carlton, Carath. I atch-Chapman, Clam ay. Clark. Clements, ('Una Cobb, Coleman. Cooper iladd. Covert, Wra. Crain. CrUp. Culberson (Tex.) Cum-. Dm aaa Davidson, Dibble, Docker) , “S. £.i.. y ratharriune. KltcR. Fiih.an Mower Foreman, Forney. Fow I. r. (iri«wnheianer. .ib*on. Goodnight. Griimw. Mara, Hat* ti, Ila J■ ■ • Hayne*, Heard. HempliUL Menxe -*.n (N. ( .), Herbert. Holmau, Kerr (Fa *. Iu.ru.aJ», l*r, Lr*t» r (Gad, Le«ter ('*.>, Lew ! . ^ . .agner, M ii-h Mansur. Martin <Ind.). Marti i 'Tex.), Be Ado** McCarthy. McClau.my. Met lellan, Met'iv ar v, McMillin, McRae. Mill*. M.intgom* ery Moore (Tex K Morgan, Mutchler, Oatew, OMI rail. O'Neil (Mx*>.*, < Jut h wa Ile Owen* to) Barrett, Pa) Mer. Bell, Beuington, Berry . Fierce, Brice. Quinn. Reilly, Richardson. Robertson. Roger*. Rowland Husk, Say-•r-i Seitev. bhlvsly. Skinner, Springer, Stabl-ue*ker. Stewart (Ga*. Ste wert (Tex.). Stone iKv ) Stump. Tai>h*y,Tilruau, Tracy Tucker. Turner (Ga). Turner (N. Y.l. Turpin. I‘enable, Wallington. Whiting, Wbltthorne, Wheeler (Ala* Wika, Wilkinson. YA ilcox. NMlliama (IIla.1* Wilson (Mo.), Wilaon (W. Va.*. Y uder.- l'be speaker appointed A Taylor of OL»o. Stewart of Vermont and Bland of Vi-aouri as conferees on the anti trust UM Adjourned.    _ IS THE SENATE. W AAH md Toff, May Iff the senate yesterday the resignation nf Mr. Canady, trie -WI Leant it ann a was preaented as*«l laid en the laUle. Th# conference report on the hill for a public building at Hud non. V Y . limiting ooet to fTJi.OUU. wa# agre*-»i t# Au effort was mads to havo the liquor bill under discussion Tuesday taken up again, hut it was unsuccessful. Mr Stewart prtweedsd to addr#** tho (-enate on the silver bill. There would be no preference lietween gold and ailver, he said. if the United State* would do aa France did aud establish the ratio of Iff to I. He quoted the platform of the Repub licau party and interpreted it a* meaning that the party would make uo diNcrimiua tion between gold aud tdlver. Mr Blair wanted to know why the senate hail not [Misled hi* school bill if th* platforms of political partiea were binding {laughter, j Mr. Karwi-ll said that as a member of the committee nu resolution* at the Chicago convention. hi* interpretation of the silver plank wa* that the party was in favor of silver money at the market price of wiver. Mr, Wilton of Iowa gave notice of an Ninendnieut providing that the treasury | notes i*auo<i for silver shall lie legal tender for private debts. Mr Farwell gave notice of an ameud ineut providing that the certificate# shall be receicable for custom*, taxes and public •ebts, and shall lie legal tender for public ,ud private debts. The bill was then laid aside informally and the liquor bill was up. Mr. Eustis supported the hill. Mr Hiscock said that under the proponed measure, the New York legislature might pus* a bill forbidding the importation to the port of New York of w'itic* aud brandies that now paid tty OUI),OUM custom* duties. Mr. Evarts suggested that if this were so the language of the hill uitgbt be qualified. Mr. Wilson of Iowa aud Mr. Hale de-f**mlr*d tile hill. Mr. Hiscock suggested further (hut the law might Is* used to protect the distilleries, etc., of one state again*! those of another. Mr. Hoar did think this difficulty at all p rue ira I. The bill was laid aside without action. Mr. Hale gave notice tiiat he would call (lie naval appropriation bill up to day. After a secret session the senate adjourned.   — _ TG BRIDGE THE NIAGARA. An Opening for tim 4 MiiMiIisn Pnclttc ie Enter Un flam. Brr* \i<t, May 2:2. The signing of what has iieen known as the river bridge bill by Governor Hill, yesterday, means much to the city of Buffalo. The bill which now In-come* chapter No. .‘fitT of the laws of Ism* names Hon. Deter A Pol ler of Niag ara Falls, ex-County Treasurer William B. Sirrett ami .Tames II Ross of this city, Dr. Frederick H James of I arn caster, ex County Clerk Joseph E. Ewell of Aideti him! Charles Pornpkins of New York ti* commissioners to locale a bridge across Niagara river at least 2,DUH feet north of tin* -tate reservation, at least I,MHO feet north of the present railway suspension bridge, and not Is-tweeu the caiitilevsr anti suspension bridges. The commissioner# are authorized to o[rf*n IsMiks for tin* HUiisuription of the capital stock, which has la-en fixed at 4*iUU, OHO wit Ii (tie privilege of increasing the amount to f2(M*MW0, to he divided into shares of AUK* each. The company is to la- managed bv a (ciard of utile directors, each of whom nitikt hold ten shares. The construction of the bridge must be begun la-fore July I, 1*06, aud be (winplated within fixe years thereafter or the franchise will cease. “The charter was secured," said Mr. Joseph E. Ewell yesterday, “for the purpose of providing a railway bridge across the Niagara It is needed, but I do not care to go into details aud give my reasons for thinking so. The bridge will lie built." “Have you a charter on the Canadian •ride of the river7" “No. I understand that there is a charter it* existence on the other side, aud some arrangement may be made by which the two interests will lie consolidated. I can uot say anything definite about it now,” “In whose interest will the bridge he built?" "Our charter gives us the right to grant Hie usi* of the bridge to anybody with certain restrictions. The compauy will be organize*I si as to get the best possible return* from the property, f cannot say who will get it." The Canadian Pacific has loug tieen casting anxious eyes towards Buffalo, aud ha# I **en anxious to coni pele for husinesa from this point. To come over the inter national or suspension bridges it would have to pay tribute aud lie at the mercy of its rival, the Grand Trunk. To use the cantilever bridge would put it in the mercy af the Michigan Central and the Vander hilt interests. This it did not care to do, tnd a* a result the officer* have been looking for a chance to crests to this aide of the river. The charter of the Canadian end of the bridge, it is understood, i# beld in the interests of the Canadian Pacific, and now that a charter has heeu obtained on this side. a consolidation of interests moot likely will la* effected. Aa soon as this is done the Canadian Pacific will build to Niagara river and secure au eulrauce into Buffalo. >1r. Cleveland Invited to Visit Texas. Nf.w Y'ork, May 22.—Ex President Cleveland and Mrs. Cleveland were waited upon st their residence lust evening by Governor Ross, Col. A. H. Belo, Hon. John Martin, J. Armstrong and several other citizens of Tcxa*. accom|*anied by their wive*, and a cordial invitation wa* extended to th*- ex president aud his wife to visit the Ti XA* state fair to Is* held at Dallas iii November, Mr. Cleveland replied that he hail loug desired to vi-.it the Southwest, and if nothing tinfore *eeu occurred, he would gladly accept the invitation. Mrs. Cleveland also gave a similar answer. The delegationatart on I their return to-day. National Huptist Anniversary. Chicago. May 22.—The National Baptist I »iii versary began yesterday morning at I J ii met church. The day’s session was devoted to the annual exercises of the American Baptist Publication society. Rev. Thomas Armitage of New Y'ork. the first vice president, was called to preside. Committees were appointed, after w hich Rev. Benjamin Griffith read the report of the l-oard off managers. The financial statement shows: Asset*, ffK75,2113.7*2; Ila bilities. $27,N*4.14; capital, net assets, $M7,4fis Vv Rev. Mr Xordell of Connecticut spoke on “Di-rii-.-ttv,-* Work of this Society; its Nat Ult* cud Neies#ity." Driven to Suicide by Melancholy. PinsBt’Kn. May 22—Henry Swindell, a wealth /an i ie- fleeted citizen of Allegheny City, and senior partner in the Swindell Construct ion company, cut hi# throat yesterday in- ruing He was Buffering from acute melancholia, brought on by the death of bis wife, mother and son, tbs latter whom wa* killed by a railroad accident He will dia. IRISH LEGISLATION. A CABINET COUNCIL CALLED TO DISCUSS THE SITUATION. Th* Cernpensatleu Ct*u*e of the Local Taxation Bill Will Probably ba Wad I ti cd—It I# Thought That the Government*! Laud Pnr«hn#e BHI Will be Withdrawn. London, May fit.—Considerable surprise was manifested at the announcement that a cabinet council had been called for Friday, aud much speculation was rife as to the character af tho matters, th# importance of whose discussion influenced th* government’# banty action It was subsequently given out that the council was called for tho purpose of discussing tbs situation with regard to th* Irish legists tion before tho house of commons, and th* practicability of modifying the compense tiou clause of the local taxation bill. Tho Star, Iu its comment# on tho sudden sum moiling of tho council, express#* it* holist that the government is becoming alarmed at th* growing opposition to it* leading measures, and thinks it is not unlikely that the present agitation against the land purchase bill willtmd in the withdrawal of tho measure, if it does uot result in a dissolution of parliament. Oak, lf not both of these events, Tho Star opine*, is certain As to the obnoxious compensation proposal, au iuiixieuse amount of pressure is beiug brought to hear upon the government to iuduce its withdrawal It is *a touching that tho govern moat has had the boldness to introduce such a bill after the sorry fizzle made with its prototype three years ago. Tho government was numerically much stronger then than uow and had far better chances of passing such a measure. Public outcry aud tho popular demand for its withdrawal, how ever, proved too much for the scheme and it wa# abandoned speedily Th* same fate probably awaits the preseut proposal It is certainly a monstrous proposition that iu order to shut up a few of the many thousands of public bouses in this country the people must buy the publican’s bus mess, compensate him for any loos he may suffer through not being ahi# to continue a traffic that the public welfare demands shull lie curtailed and actually give him a retiring fuud. All the temperance people are up in arms against the principle. Meetings are beiug held everywhere to protest against the scheme, and on June 7 a monster uiweting will lie brid in Hyde park to show the force of tooling sgaiust the government's bill. The celebration yesterday of the queen's birthday, the anniversary of which falls on Saturday, was vary generally observed. The day was one of quiet festivity and good cheer with very little of the noiny demonstration which almost invariably characterizes the celebration of events of national interest Nearly all of the cabinet ministers aud uiauy other prominent per sons iii private life gave dinners in honor of the queen last night. The monster meeting which it was pro posed to hold in the new town of Tipperary next Sunday has been proclaimed by th* government, to th* inteusa indignation of Vito inhabitants of the new town aud th* surrounding country. Th# official action is professedly taken in the interest of order, hut there is a suspicion that the prohibitive order was influenced by Smith Harry, from whose estate the inhabitants of the new town seceded. Lieut Baron von Gravenrouth of Maj. Wissmaan’s expedition is spsndiug his in-defioita leave of absence from Southeast Africa in recruiting in Germany. His standard of qualification for service in Africa is very high aud non# but the very bent men are accepted. Four Germans, who were arrested at Riga a short time ago charged with political offenses aud condemned to exile in Siberia, have irf-eii set at liberty bv order of lite czar. No reason is given for this act of clemency. Will Stop Bciuunetlutlox. IjONDON, May 22.—Mr. H. H. Gibbs, president of th# bimetallic league, has sent the follow ing cablegram lo Mr Daua Horton at Washington:    “I    think    the Jones silver bill will be a moat effectual stop toward the remonetization of silver. In no case net*I there be any fear of shipments of silver from India or China to the United States. While the passage of the hill will give confidence to Europe iu the stability of silver, its operation will be well calculated to bring about an international bimetallic agreement with the I-atm union and probably other nations. Mr. Gladstone Leases th# Baith Kstato. I ain dom, May 251— Mr. Gladston* has rented the Baith estate at Kirkecaldy on the shore of the Firth of Forth, where he will spend the autumn recess. The Reichstag Adjourns. Bkrlin, May ‘22 —The reichstag has ad jourued until Juno « Au Assemblyman Disappears. Trenton, N. J., May 2-.—Assemblyman Trier went away Monday, aud the Newark Elevated railroad hill, which had boon under discussion before his committee, canuot bo found. Mr. Trier was opposed to the bill, aud it was held back in committee so long that the house adopted a resolution demanding that tho bill be reported Thou both Mr. Trier and the bill disappeared There was au exciting debate over the matter. It wa* alleged that Trier hail left the state till the legislature adjourned_____ Railway Conductors Adjourn. , Rochester, May 22 —The grand division of the Order of Railway Conductors finished up Its business yesterday and adjourned. There was uo business of public interest transacted. The delegation left here this morning for Albany, and after spending the day at the capitol will bo given a reception in th* evening by Governor Hill. Tomorrow morning they will goto New York, where they will s|*-nd a day or two in sightseeing and then disperse to their homes A Contested Election Mettled. HKLENA, Mont., May 22 —The supremo 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. 34, unanimously held that the vol# of that precinct was so irregular in all respects and so saturated with proven fraud, that it should be entirely rejected This elect* the sheriff aud all of the Republican officar* iii Silver Bow county. Governor Hill **00.000 Richer. Brooklyn. May 22.—Tho Standard-Union’s special says that Governor Hill is |2UU,0UU richer by reason of the supreme court decision in th# Flake-McGraw cane, that being his share of th* contingent fees duo his former law firm, Hill A Bacon, In event of their client Fisk* finally winning tho salt. <tlQ 7T CHILDREN'S dlf\ ^O. I O CARRI AH ES    I Best Silk Plush, IlitndHonifly Upholstered BABY CARRIAGES, With Heavy Lined Satin Parasol and Standard, Star Gear Spring, THE FINEST IN THE MARKET Worth $12.00 and $1 1.00, for $8.75 and $9.75 SPECIAL PRICK. BRIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT STUD DA ET A CO., BsU-nt Attorney#, «1.*> 7th _ KL, Washington, D. C.,opp ll. N. i nu-iil office. Blite nu, (.'a vest* sud fie Ixsue* secured Trade Mark# rrginU-red All Bsteiit hiisliienn <-i.lidrn-ie-1 for moderate lee*. Information. Advice aud n|tecial references sent on request. Iii IHI working tor un. Peikoos preferred nfio can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may tie profitably employed also. A few vacancies in town* and cines. H. F. JOHNSON A CO., kmio Main St., Richmond, Va. k CANI! will buy Hie property on the q)i)1 nI corner of Front and swail afreet*. I .of UU bv Bio feet. I ainu have a law library of over ZOO volume* for wale (heap for ra-h. ll. Kheward, Dunkirk, N. Y. KKMOVAL Dr. Geo. K. blackball! ha* removed hi* office and residence to No. 322 Dove street. or Flex Hot;aa—IO a. in. till noon: I p. iii. till 4 p. in. Sunday forenoon and weekday evenings by appointment. JI* I 4|U\" JI buy 42ii Dove street a r«>n-T , ii it " veuient 8-room house;clot bes presses, coal and worst house, handsome veranda and vestibule, hack stoop and storm-house, screen door* and windows storm sanhe* and outside blinds; handsomely impend, newly tainted inside and out. water and sink in itchen aud hydrant for lawn. Lot 00x1 Ho, new sidewalks, fruit trees, garden ami hot-bell A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT “ In the Meri-haiils hunk.building Inquit e.of lf    Jacob    W»i    trier    or    Frank    May. GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ila* just received a full line of HK S rn OVERCOATS ANS KB Equal to any iii the city, and ^at prices that will pay yon to sec him bi foi l purcbamng. -OUK SPUING AND HIMMER LINE OF Odor! Ti:: id Slippers WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street, : JUST RECEIVED A Carload of Hie- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. Htamrosea, Weeping Roue*, Evergreen*, Shrubs, Climbers, Fruit aud ornamental I ret-# Never before did you ae# tree* ho nice and large a* these are. I will sell them very cheap. Why do I sell them cheap? Because it w ill help to improve the cit? and make it pos*ible that after Home time there will be no city or town in whole Chaut. County better provided with flue tree* than Dunkirk (’ail at VANDERMEULEN’^ GREEN UOUMB Cor. Eagle and Beventh Hts. Buffalo, N. V. 'Vc have frcijuent request* by mail for samples of new embroider* lea. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but. we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or llotincings, also what width and some idea of the price. We have a stock of cmb oideries that is second to none iii the country and superior to any iii Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from 1-4 of an inch to IH inches wide in cambric, Jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion of all desirable kinds of material. All over embroideries in great variety. Floiincings in the different width# from In inches to CO inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, loc, 12 I-2c.    15c, and'25 eta. rn jter yard. Adam, Mki.dkcm Ar Andrksow. New goods for this season are coining in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “ooui-plete” we mean they have all the new styles iii this season’s new goods—all the variety that the hest purchasing facilities in the country eau bring together. The " inter stocks are offering great bargains. There never wa* a time wlg-n you could trade here more advantageously. Adam flt'droin- and Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, th*>k»|*n<l Stationary, A M KHIC A N KLOCK, Jtun-402 MAIN HT Ii KET, BUFFALO. N Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer ami Importer, 3444 MAIN ST., HUR FALO, M. Y. OKAI,KH IN Diamonds,    Watch*** and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goo<i», cte. RS (i ti A VISH, VOLD if HIL VEU PLA TIN A COMFLKTK LINK OF Holiday Goods 3414 MAIN HT HK KT, *>ppo«ltS froquoi* Hotel. a, i i x.aaiGo to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;

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