Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 27, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer May 27, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. TUESDAY. MAY 27, B HEP HE8ENTAT1 USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A NKW HULING WAI MINK for ruling all kl ixia of blank*. ta Hie late**! auditioe Ii M •* hauuvaI I>**|iarliuent of I>uakirk|l*nuUriK Company.I A LKXANUKK’B 0*1 »«»•! Woo*!I Jlfar«l, 7** A Central Avenue, oou**«ite* Nl''kH I late D«l>Ot All jnrtxle* ut Muni »ml Hull VV -4J Lumber. Htun«t«M and I AU*. rrw itll? . Corr«i|Mio<leuoe for w bo lea* Ie lute aul lei ted. Bk. UIKKUKJ), ret ami **1 central Ave . Artistic l*lx>te*gr» plier.    I nxUnUueou* Pbote>*r*Mb* ‘»l liable* a a|Ni .ally. Siller* awd not ea.t for aonalmie except KW babies. I I OUK HINDF.KY -.I A ll KH Ikvimo, l*ro > pnetor. No. IS K Seomi l street. near Buffalo sln-t-l, Dunkirk. N. ¥. VI aha/mea, Mo vie l*auBplib*te, et'., MMin«l in ab aly lea. * inter prom pity utten.ledUi. All work * saran lee'I. ■ al Kl H* Kl ‘ KIK KHI! H«»t HK* ll    .ale    I. eu ira! Avenue Wholesale and re Ut I dealer in Ii |x*rte*d amt Honester China. Glassware, I*-. I ll AHT AI 1JI % HWTKl, j    Ka lex, ll per day. 1.1 val v and Boa. dune Stable in run Hel lion VieUir Hider, Tib and *17 l.iou slrect- ( I HTV KA K Ht.lt MUM* I j    I    baa.    Nagle, l*rop. Under I.ake Hh.tr* Nattonal Bank, eotfMM center and Third at ret; ta. A due aUek «>l ¥ oi ei* ii aud Domestic cigar*. J IIIN HI.I N A HUN, \ /    At-    t enter street, Bra* 'Ural buran a bori a. Barite ill ar attention pun* to interfering bora **. Sbiving of r«n*'l ua * lr.lima Imrwi a B|*ert*lly. i> I'NKI IIH ICY HNI NU OHIKKVKK. I or geat Daily in ti e Cornily. An uut*!united a«lverUaiog medulla. I) UNHIltK BN CHN IC KHI NU 4N***PANV. ,    Forum*    Iv Nelicw A Copple Unit ii fail it rera of Engine**. Boiler-. Put leva, Shafting Haugen*. eU. Pattern*. Forgings. Canting*, and Machine Work Ut onler. « kHNKIKH NMllir til., 4U«, and #r‘ | r tenter street, Hailu(arlurer* of tbi ' Cromwell” aud “Duakirk** perfect - limn* I ire aa si.ills. Un aalii iii all leading turmoiling, toothing aud dry good* houses rn Dunkirk, I. K. TtK)«K¥, I    434    aud    4'tti    Lion    atreet. Deale* in Klour,Feed. mil. Bated Hay. Clio** ult -j uv, etc. Established, l«77. ■ i KIK lltlTKL and Dining saloon. Union Ti De fart. Kaay acone* lo all I rat na and bus meas bouse*. Best accommodation* for Commercial Traveler*. ....    .    ,, John J. Murphy, Prop. I JI ll CK Ka * co., 1^    sr,    aud    99    K.    Third    atri-eC line Furniture, Cabinet Ware aud Up-uolatni tug. Picture g rallies made to orler. j^h ll. MATT BNHN A CO., VU tantra! Ave., Imdtn of g'aahmn ami UemHemen On toner*. V HCI I STK.AM NKA I INO IO.. II laiiu tar lurer* of Steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. Ii <1 VIK STK A VI CA ll N HHV. Our eoecialtiea:    Kine    Shirt*,    loc; Collar*. a; Cub*, ic, and Cace Curtain*. Tree »h*Iiv TV. A W. CU in im mrs. Ai7 Center street. ii. K. OCH.VI. g 'I bird at . cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in g lue Boot* A Shoes HEN KY DV KICKK’N NKW ST** HK, BH K. I turd at. Bouk*. Stationery, Manu al In-atrumi uU.Magaainea.Daily audWeekly Papers aud everythin* pertaining ta a drat crass l«*»k store Ncliuo. Book* a afaacraltv. I tilt PKI STI NO of etery desk • I piton and al • I lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud I» kl. Neeoud SC era ii IAN Iii KEN A St IN, hrs Cif*, ' Accident and Ooncrat InsuracjK Dentin Hee! KaUfe and Ixmne. Par.iciilar attent‘Q«» paid u> the care of property f ounding rent* att. m# I Venter ac, and distr. M ON KOB*!! PII ABBACY, .amt central avern** M» »dquaiU*rs for Wall Palier Paint , Oil*, Ac. liKKKIMN, I. VV., I    Md c enter att cot. Manufacturer aud dealer in Harness.saddles, Bi .dies. Collars, Trunk*,VV hd*. Buffalo Bohea, Mi>rss(i<iit'ni Glove* Milieus and Sleigh Boite* II rn MOCTKS. I .    IT Ka*t Third street, rkahlooatdf I ador. Gentlemen w ill Un I it lo Uietr ady anlage to call on me I ie for* pun basing cie w bere Ii H. CAKY A Ct*., ,    JJS    Cum slreeC Genet al Hard war*. White* l.ead,uila,p.iinu*r% Supplies, Oil Cloth*, ti ran1 lr Ware A sjmcial-t, of slier w ii. VV ii hams Pa "laud Vt., nroe range. ULI NO, such as blank-l*ooka, ledgers, and ail kinds of blank* done al It Dunkirk Punting Company, » and lo L. Second we I* DOLPH MOI.DKNH AC KIL I OI. I Iii rd at. I dull ill- Ms., i.-aiel tx Granite*. Marble I sggtiig aud nldiug Htetm*. Call on me la fore buy in* ur side*walk II ISI.KA A IAI., k    7    aud 0 l ast Trout -ireec Whisky, Wines, Brandies, i,-i.rial Liquor Store (or gamily Use. I) OKKKT MCKAY. ^    Clou atreeC near the depoC Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. I*tabling by tim flay or week on reasonable tesram. W’A.M J. OIKPOKU, MI Central Ave (Up 0 stair*),(General Insurance and Beal fc Cite agene Yura, Life, Accident, ami Live stock 1 os ut in.'**. Prompt attention given te» buying and selling Beal Estate*. * I f C. JOMK.S, I    75 K. Third ac, cor l*wr kxehior Ileal Market, Fresh, sail and Smoked Meat*, Lard, Sausages. Oysters an. Poultry.    » A TCM EN, JEW ELKE. Ai •Buy Hie Aurora Bai I road Watch. Repairing a i|»ecially. • Frank F. Stapf. *» K- Third »C M. MOCH KR, Merchant Tailor, SID textra! Avenin $500 HEWARD! VV’ k will pay the above re war-1 for any cat** if Cl ver Complaint, Dyspepsui, wick Headache. ludigesUou, < ousti|iaU*Mi or I \*ali yeueas w* rn a not cure with Weal’s \ egctabte Liver Pill*, adieu the iliroctto.i* ar* strictly ctompbed with. ri*ev are purely VegeUl.le, ami never fail b jive satisfaction Sugar Coaled. Large bokos, nob taming S) Pill*. 25 cam ta. B*'ware of oouu mr lei Ut, and imitations. The genuine uiauu lacureti oaly by JOHN C. W EST A Co s*dd i»y huNkult l PM AAM ACT. D kirk. N Y, Til K I’M KSU VIKKI ANS. CLOSING DAY OF THE CONFERENCE AT SARATOGA. A Heaolutioii Passed Regarding tho El* elusion of the Bible frum the Public Nth....la—The Hep«*rt of the Mantling Cern ut It tee na Publication — Detroit (♦elected as the Neat Vf*-etlug Place. SaraToua. N Y , .May 27.—At the after noon se-- in;* <jf I He Piwb\ trrlHii outifer-euce jr«‘dc; ’ay Rev lh Hi roil submitted the f. ll ..ri;.g re elution regarding the ex-clu.siou of lh- Bible from the public schools, which was UDauimoualy ailoptesl by the BHMeinbly. W hereas. A recent derision of the supreme our! of one of our states baa affirmed the Bible to bee sectarian liook. and Its use in the public school* to be nn.-oii-titufiooal: and Whureaa, WV see In this de* Isb.n no were local matter such a* affects simply the people •f that state, but the culmination of that (fort t*-ii*g made with relentless |teiteniM tty ■iy a foreign hierarchy to overthrow the *y*-em of public ac boo la throughout the land; i be ref*»re, Ktmolved, That we affirm the uxipurtan*'* «»f our public sell.ml* to the welfare of our {tropia; that with intellectual cultivation must go moral (ruining, or the schools way prove a curse rather than a blessing, but this moral 'laining must be based on religion, otherwise it* sanction will not be Mining enough to grasp lie oonacieweof the people, or its utterance* I I ig a tory enough lo -haps their character; ..at, as the Bible in th* source of the highest moral teaching, we regard it* ai el union from our public school* a* a menace to the national welfare, and we urge the lur in ber* of our hurcb to arouse public thought ou this subject from the pulpit, the pres* and the ere teal-out leal assemblage* that this book shall be re-- to r.-d to its true place in our system of education. The Rev Dr Howard Crosby presented (he report of the ataudiug committee ou pti bl teat iou Considering the stir that this is.ani haw created during this session it was a very impartial statement of the work that the board has accompli shed during the past year All the departinenta of the Hoard have met with a large measure of pro-i»erity. The business department closed the year with net profit* of 116,1*14, w hich elm).led it to pay over to the mis-sionary ti I.’JBT.. Although the sales of liooks aud trai ts were somewhat les* thau last year, the sales of periodicals has largely increased The missionary depart lieut has received larger contributions t hail iii any pre.-edtng year, anil wasthereby enabled to place a larger niuul*er of stu lent missionaries in the field, aud to in crease the nuiuliei of permanent lalsirers. It has established I,Lib Sabbat ll adinole, from which aliea.lv a large number of churches have ls*en organism! The follow mg resolutions were offered by Dr ('rushy ami wen* unanimously adopted by the assembly: Resolved, Thnt we r«*gsr*l the boar*! of pub-th'at iou sud Sal.iMitb M'b.s.I work as on* of the tn***t imjs.rtaiit agents of home evangeliza-:Ion, aud that as such it* un sxmat ) work Jx.iild tw liberally siip|*.rt*-d by all our burdies, Resolved, That ourchun be* shonki a* far «* p.a»sibl« use and circulate the publications if our ow u board as a sound aud wbote-..me ('bl isttau literatui v for b«<tb old and young. Resolved. That pastors be urged to el plat ti to their people the difference between the business and the missionary depart incut of lite IsMtrd. and nbow them that the tatter dele-nils elderly on the cunt n but loin* from oui hill. his* and Sabbath sci*.sd*. Resolved. That Hie board take Into consider -iliou the advisability of publishing lu tbs 'tel mali. Spauish and S auditiavian language* -neb Sabbath -. bool book- aud {.apers as may I -npply a want in nut ow u -* hts.I* v* her* pupils ! .peaking these Isngu *gc- are found. The names of t he committee appointed to make an investigation iuto the foundation of the reports, aiiuost diametrically opp*.site in tour aud statement of fact*, [that welt* submitted by the special coni I initte ami the business committee of the I boHid of piiblii-atiou are as follow* Alfresi J llarti, lVnusylvania, Eli ah Vloiitft.rt. ('incitinati. A I) K Randolph, | New York. tie*»rge S Din|s-r. St l>»iiis. Reula-n S Smith. Cleveland, W C. Mar till. New Yolk an*! \\\ A Bro*lle, Ruch ester T'he report of the coniniittee on the freedmen, h« to allowing colored Presbyteries to appeal directly to the other isuinls was against tile request. The report was taken up. Dr. Ilnutli was ,.pp**sed to discriininatiou, and thought .ne Presbytery wa« a* gisal as auother To place the colored Presbyteries in a *ep irate category was unfair, ami while it was done the malt lux *1 of the colored people was impugned an*! they could not feel it home in the Presbyterian church. He moved that their request lie granted. Dr Morn* said the freedmen’* Ixiard wa-intended to carryon a spe. i tic work tuiuug the colored people of the South Iu brief it doe* Hie work of all other boards He thought this Uiard was needed, and tuii-t do the work it does for the wards of t be church at large It is a question affecting the very life of the board aud to repeal the rule is virtually moving to dudish the freeduieu's board. Dr Patterson sympathized with the colored Presbyteries aud did uot want them branded with the stigma of inferiority. Diller hoards can take mde|M-udent action with their Presbyteries aud ail should have it Dr Crosby said the logic was with the colored brethren The vote was taken on Dr. Booth'* amendment and the call of division settled it in the affirmative The vt.ie *t*ssi IM) to 145 and was taken amid considerable excitement The motion to adopt the report was carried, the vote tieing 179 to TJ5 The report on deaconesses was tnkeu from th** docket. Dr Warfield advocated the report. He thought womeu who serve the church should have ecclesiastical recognition Dr. Parks brought out the fact that the women were uot asking for the office, aud Dr. Van Dyke said that nudest women would not accept it Rev Warren of California quoted adverse action of precious assemblies and -aul there wa* no evidence in the Script urn* for the office Rev Bouser liked the spirit of the report and the desire to recoguue the wo tofu orth tally. Dr Crosby held that the New Testament I cognised deaconesses Dr. VauDyke was surprise*! to see such a revolutionary movement emanate from where it did. He did not think there wa* Scriptural authority and we have enough ou hand in the revieiou business without undertaking other contracts Dr. Agnew opposed the paper. Dr Stevenson said Dr Warfield hail said that Princeton was distinguished for never bringing forth a new' thought iu theology and he was surprised that be should pro|awe this innovation Mr. Warren moved that no further action than that previously adopted be taken; reading the action of previous assemblies. Mr Warren » resolution was voted down aud the recoin mends! iou to send dowu overture* waa adopted, after Dr. Moors ha*! amended that tbs dsa*caesar* bs simply set apart by prayer. At the evening sesaion the nominating ca in rn it tee announced the committee on revision aa follows; Professors W. H. Greene, Princeton; Thomas 8 Hastings, Union; lf B Riddle, Allegheny; W' J. Hee* her. Auburn; K. D. Morris, 1-ane. Herrick Johnson, McConnell; William Alexander, San Francisco. College Presidents — Francis L. Patton, Princeton; William C. Rola-rts, I .ake Forest Pastors—W. JC Moore, Columbus, O., (moderator of aa-embly); H. J V’an Dyke. Brooklyn; Ktenraer Ftekine, Chambers burg; J. T. Ia*ftwicb, Baltimore; 8. J. Niccolls. St. lgjuis, E. H. Burkhalter. Ceiiar Rapids, la Killers — Kx J tint ice William St rong, Waxhiugtou, ex Senator J. R McMillan, St Paul; Judge Alfred Hand. Scranton, Pa . Kniersou White, Cincinnati. Judge Henry Say tar, Huntington, Iud , Winthrop S (itlinan, New York. Harker Kumere, Trenton, N. J.; William Krnst, Covington, Ky ; (ieorge Juukiu, Philailel-plus. Charles R Charnley, Chicago 1'hi* is the committee w hich will do the actual work of revising the confession ami will report to the assembly IMH The committee a* mimed wan accepted by the aasembly by uuanitnoit* vote IM roit was selected as the placeof the next meeting A committee of arrangements for the nevt a—•nobly wa** apjMiiuted, with Dr NN a!lac*- Radcliffe as chairuiau Adjourned SPORTING NEW3 lte*uIt* of Yentrr*l*y’« lta«ebali (Jaiues Turf Note*. t»i.A y t a*' Iva cir k At R<»-ton Ro*t«>u ..............It    0    I    I    0    0    A    I    4—8 Chicago. ........... I    Iu200(t&*    9 Raee hit- B<*-t<m ll, < 'bicago IU. Errol» Ro iou ll. ('tm ago IU Batterie- h.uibourue aud Kelly: Bald/in and Farrell. Pnipire- Ferguatou aud llolbsrC At New York New York .......1    0    0    U    U    0    0    I    ®~2 Cleveland............"4    U    I    0    0    0    I    I    0- « Ha*e hit* New York IU. Cleveland IO. Error- New York 5, Cleveland 4. Batterie- Kuiug and Kw'tng; Hakeiy sud Sutcliffe. (Tninr** Uuuuing aud Matt hew* At Philadelphia Philadelphia ................(I 4 I Cl U- « RulT do. ......................0    ti    ll U 0-tl Game called; rain. Bu-*- Ii 11 - Philadelphia ti. Buffalo t Error* Philadel|ihia ll. Buffalo 2. Batten*-- Knell and Cro—. Keefe and Mack I’in pi rev tiaffueyarxi Barnes At Brrxvklyn Brooklyn.   U    5 t    0    0    0    U    I    T—15 Pittsburg............ti    <12    0    2    I    0    lf    U- 7 IU*-* hits K roo 1.1 j ii 15, Pittsburg ll Error- Brook!> a ** Pittaburg ti. Batterie- Murph> and KUislow; Galvin ana Carroll. Umpire- Kuiybt aud Jour- a Anoa al lcaocb At N«-w York New York..........I    0 I    0    0    0    3    0    0-6 ('bicago....... ...    I    2 H 0 0 ti 0 0 U- 8 Ba-* hit- New York a, ('bit ago ll Kiron* New York 2. Chicago I. Batterie- Ku-ie,    Binkley    aud    'Summers, Hutchinson ami Nagie empire Lynch. At Bo-ton — H*«t*»n    ...0    0    I    0    0    0    ll    I    0—    t ('im in na ti    2    «    I    it    0    0    ti    I    •    « Ba-* hits Boston I. Cincinnati 6 Krnir- Ho-ton 5, Cincinnati 4. Batterie- toirem and Hhellha**; Rhine* and Harrington. empire* Power and Zacharian At Philadelphia Pliilailelphia-Pittsburg game calU-l at end of fourth inning rain At BrookIvu Brooklyn.. ........0    n    I    I    u    U    2    4    O    B < ’lev eland ........ U    ii    (I    U    0    0    U    0    2    2 Bas# hit- Brooklyn lo. Cleveland ll. Error* Brooklyn 2. Cleveland 5. Batterie- ('ai lither-and Daly. Wadsworth and /dunner. empire M<'4Jtiaid. A VUKIC AS A!»a*.H I ATI ON At Brooklv ii BrtMiklvu .      0    3    0    I    3    0    U    0    1-8 Columbus  ii 0 4 0 it (I OOO 4 Ba-* lilt- Brookli n ll, foitiuibu* 7. Krroi- Brook I* n 2. Columbus 5. Batterie- Mattim«*re, Tov anti Howes. Uast-right amt O't Vuinor. Cnipire- Barnmn aud Fm-lie At S) r.o-.i-e Wet arround*. At Philadelphia K ii i. At R«* h' »* i VV, i giounds. Ka« u g *l (ii tve-end. (jIJAVKHfvu May IT The races venter day re-tilteii a* follows Fir-t ra< c. J j mil* Civil Service first, (ierahli -e A-ct ixl. Toimcutor third; time. 48H {('ivil Service aud Geraldine ran a dctul beat The ow ner of Civ ii Service wanteil to run the nice off, but Geraldine’s owner re’it—J at: ! the purse ami bet* were giveu to Civil Service. J Second ra« e, IH mile*: Wilfre«l first, Salvuii •ei’iMid, F.«<ti third; lime. I Mjtj. Third rue. the Brixiklyn Derby, 11^ miles Hurl n^ton fir-t. Torso second Keu w * h »*! I bi tv!; time. 2:12*4 Fourth run*, mile:    (iregory    first, Bel la B second. Kolrt thinl; time, 1:15. Fifth run' Yj mil* Retribution first. Servitor *« i on*! P.*-iileuce third: time, I de** Sixth rice I tr.ile: CJoesal fir-t. Mauola -eisiixi Sun W*-nl third; time 1.43 TO SUPPRESS ANARCHY, the customs administrative bill. I.atonia Race-. Latonia, Ky., May *27. —Yesterday’s races resulted a.- follows Fir-t rate. I mile Major Torn first. Vi-dette secoud. Germanic third; tim •» I 46^' Second race, I mile aud TO yards: Birth day first. Snu Ardo second. Boltin Hawley third time. I ITV Third lace I I Bindles- Sportsman first. Daisy second Catalpa third. time. I Fourth mc*. i’*4 miles. .Jack Pot stakes, j two stat tern Huntress first. Outbound I second; time, 2:53V ■ Fifth race, mile: Wo*wlford first, Milt Yoigtg second. Rhotly (tale third, time. 53 Mitchell Ha- a Man for Mavin. New York, May 2* —The Police Gazette ha* received a cablegram from Loudon -tatmg that in rep!* to Slaviu’s challenge to light Mitchell, the latiei offers to match t sn uukitown against Slavio The uu know u is said to Ive Kilraiu A Ball Player Kitted. Savannah. Ga., Mav *27. — Ben Myers, rate liar of a colons! bas** ba 11 club, while I laying at Montgomery yesterday, was -tm* k iii the mouth by a ball thrown by the pitcher aud instantly killed. A Rubber Factory Destroyed by Fire. MT. V EK NON, N. Y., May 27.—The Hodg-man rubier factory was burned yesterday with machinery and stock of crude aud manufactured good* Jams, f4U,0UU, partially insured.    A lieut    300 employes, mostly girls, a^e throw n out of work. The Kaiser'* Injured Foot- Berlin May 27 —The emperor’s injured foot is much swollen aud his physiriaua have ordered him to remain quiet in his room for teu days. AN INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT TO EXTINGUISH THE REDS. Krauce Wauti the C'o-opertxtlon of Other European Powers to ('rush the Follower* of the Real Flag—Germany C'a-ting Greedy Fye* on Morocco—Other Foreign New*. London, May 27.—The French govern rnenc I* Mounding other Furo|*eau states in regard to an international movement against Anarchists, the article suhstau Gally beiug a mutual agreement among the nation* of Kuro|ie. and of America also, if they can la* induced to join, to deliver up all jiersons guilty of anarchist violence, ami to spare no effort to suppress such offender* Iu this re*i*ect the French and German* ar# for once agreed, the French ministry expressing entire accord with the view* of the German emperor that if the condition of the common peo pie is to be improved anarchy must be ex Giiguished It is thought that Austria will take an earnest share in bringing about the desired cooperation, as the subject in oue upon which the Austrian ent-l»eror ha* heretofore expressed very decided view*. A I-*ut nineteen years ago tun |M*ror Francis Joseph made a proposition through hi* minister to enter into nu agreement with Germany forthe suppression of anarchy, but notwithstanding that the plan was approved by Bismarck, the Germati cabinet took no action. The countries must iu the way of such an arrangement would be America and Kugiand Iii England very decided evl deuce of actual participation iu murder or other serious critue would lie required Itefore popular opiuion, alwaj’S powerful in Great Britain, would permit the extra ditiun of au allege*! offender. The little Switzerland has always sturdily main tallied the right of asylum for men ami women Hying from political (terse*aition, «nd it might lie difficult to draw an exact iiue ween such persou* whom governments like Russia, Austria and Gerinauy would regard as Anarchists WANT A SLICE OF MOBIX TO. The Germans, not satisfied w'ith their achievements in Ka.-t Africa, are endeavoring to gain a foothold iii Morocco, and inducting quiet negotiations with the milan to that end. The news has created much feeling iu France and Spain. Isithof which countries have eyes on the riches of the barbarous empire of the M«x>rs, Spain regarding Morocco as hers by right of succession to th** Moorish sovereignty in the Spanish peninsula, and France following out ber policy of bringing the North tm African states widen French control, s policy interrupted for long intervals, but apparently never aliaudoned It is uot thought likely that the other great powers of Western Fur**(*e will consent to Die Germans obtaining any advantage iu Moorish territory. IRISH LEADERS CRITICISED. The expressions of opinion by leading newspapers and politicians of various learnings as to the wisdom of holding the meeting at New Tipperary. Sunday, are decidedly unfavorable commentaries on I lie judgment displayed by Messrs Dillon, O’Brien and the others who conducted it. The Daily News, the Fugli-h champion of Irish home rule, I* particularly severe iu its condemnation of the course pursued. I It would have been much more sensible, it maintain*, for t he Irish orator* to have aired the grievance* of their followers lie- . fore English audiences than to have allowed Mr. Balfour, as they have done, to j make the point that depression in Ireland j is as highly necessary now as it has ever lieeu The harm having been done, how ever. The News warns the Irish leaders against a repetition of such dernon-tra turn- iu the pre-ent condition of Iri-h affair- anti public sentiment, if they would lieuefit the cause they essay to promote MR. GLADSTONE’S COMINO SPEECH. Mr. Gladstone will deliver an important speech at Hawarden to-day, on which occasion it is ex fleeted that tiler* will lie at lea-t IO,UUU people present. Arrangements have lieeu made for the transportation of delegations whicli coot em {date the carry ing of 3.Out) from Bristol. 1.000 from Hud dersfield, 1,000 from Crosthwaite, ?(■) from Ilkeston, ami le-ser ti ii milers from the smaller place* in the vicinity of Hawarden castle. The ex-premier’s speech hasbeen »pts-ially prepared with reference to the leading political questions affecting Ire land, Wales and Scotland. Fatrl R«*seberry preside*! over the deliberations of the Briti-h workmen’s cooptative congress yesterday aud laid be fore that body some intereMitig statistics showing the increase*I prosperity of the country and the working cia--***. Iu the last six yearn, he stated, the profits accruing from Fin gland'* manufactures had aggregated £39.000,000, while iu the same lier!od the sale* of manufactured product* ha*l increased £2,000,o0o each year. Iu an establishment for the manufacture of artificial lee in Atliarraen, Kiieuish Prussia, an ammonia .-team pipe expltxled, scalding three men to death and seriously injuring several others. The recent heavy rains in the vicinity of Hamburg, in the duchy of Brunswick, have fi«Mxle«l the country, doing much damage to crops, buildings, fences, etc., aud kitling large number of live stock. The Conferee* Conclude Their Work—All Disputed Point* Nettled. Washington, May 27.—The conferees on the customs administrative bill yesterday concluded their work ou the measure, an agreement having been reached on all points in dispute There were ninety two amendments made to the bill by the senate ami the house conferees accepted sixty eight The only unsettled quest! >n when the conferees adjourned Saturday was the date at which the law shall take effect The senate had fixed it at July I, but the treasury offic ials informed Messrs Allison and McKinley, who visited the depart ment yesterday, that It would lie impossible to make the necessary arrangements liefore Aug I, aud that date was inserted by the conferees yesterday afternoon The section providing forthe ap(*ointment of (he nine general appraisers, however, I*to go into effect Immediately. By the term* of the agreement the conferee* retain the bouse provision that the invoice of ship inetit shall contain the declaration of th# purchaser, manufacturer, owner or agent, that it (the invoice) was ma<lt at the place from which tbr merchandise is to be exerted to the I nited States Senate amendments to section 7 were retained. These amendment* I in (misc a penalty of 2 per cent of the appraised value of au Invoice for every I per ceut. it is found to lie undervalued, if the appraisal ex<-eed* by It) lier <1*01. the declared value; lf t he Hppr:u-al im more I hail 2u per cent, iu excs-s* of tile declared value the entry may be held to he presumptively fraudulent. The *alari«*s of the Hue general ap-prai*er* ar** fixed at $?,(JU0 each. The hoti*e originally made them fcrM*iU and tbs senate im rea-ed them to fT.'itiO The iin-(lorter i* giveu two days in which to ask a re appraisement instead of one, as in the house bill, but at the re hearing before the ixiard of general appraisers he may not bs represented by counsel Section 156, providing for apiteal* to tbs circuit court, retain* the authority given to the court by the senate to pa** upon question* of fact a* well as of law involved. The decision of the circuit court shall be final unless the court deem* the question or such importance a- to warrant review I iy the supreme court, iu which case an appeal may be grant# I The government shall have the right to appeal til the supreme court, if th** attorney general apply for it within thirty day* The senate struck out of the house bill section IT, imposing a fine of HOO u(iou any l»er*ou refusing to appear, attend or answer when require*! by the general ap prai-er, or Ixiard cif general appraisers. It is uow restored. The amendment to section 19, 1m|xising additional duty upon covering* or hold ing* of merchandise at the same rate to which they would la* subject if imported separately, stands. Also theEcnate amend meat to section ‘JO. providing that the duty on merchandise in I mud paying specific rate* of duty, shall lie assessed on the weight at the time of withdrawal. 'I’he provision inserted by the senate fixing the com(leusattou of custom* officers bv salary instead of fees i* retained The house conferees agree*! to the striking out of section 29, classifying merchandise for the purpose of estimating and assessing duty thereon, the sub*tanes of it tieing contained in the tariff hill The other changes agreed upon were relatively uo important. THE BREAK IN THE ERIE CANAL. The Damage Afore Disastrous Thau Was at First A ut Ie I pated. UTICA, N Y., May 27. -The break in the F.rie canal at Whitesboro, Sunday evening Im* proven more disastrous than was at first supposed. The breach iii the bank is -evenly six feet wide at the top and fifty at the button ami is fifteen feet deep It wa# caused by the gradual washing away of the earth, which was due to the fact that pump log*, which had been put in by resident# to carry spring water had not I <een properly laid At the Central tracks great damage had lieeu done. The engine la\s in a batik of sand, ten feet Ixdow the roadbed, and is almost entirely covered with dirt, washed over it by the water Twelve freight cars were entirely wrecked aud are piled up in a mo-f promiscuous heap. Due track has U*en repaired and the first train to pas* was tile accommodation west, due in this city at 8:36 p in. It is thought that the amount of damage will reach f::uo.noo. Work on the caus I will lie pushed rapidly and it is thought that the boats will be running by Sunday. CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. THE NAVAL APPROPRIATION AILL PASSES THE SENATE A Steamer’* Narrow Kwrape. Havre;, May 27.—On Sunday morning an accident ixx’urrcd to the steam-liip igi Gascogue. which arrived here from New York yesterday, creating a great sensation on board. The vessel wits steaming at half speed off the Seill1' i lands iu a dense fog Suddenly tile fog lifted and an immense rtx.‘k was -igiit;*d only a few yards ahead The engine# wet** rtwersed aud I*a* ked at full s|»eed sud t he -hip -I ruck t he rock with only slight daittt.ge. Hie sudden lifting of tile fog undoubtedly saved the vessel from lieing wrecked. Killed by Water and Lightning. Berlin. May 27 —At Al vensleben, F’rua-sian Saxony, yesterday, a homo* surrounded by the waters of the prevailing flood, resultant from the recent heavy rains, lie* ame undermined and was awe pl awny. There were sixteen inmates of (he building and all of them were drowned. By the falling of a bolt of lightning upon a house at Suplinger yesterday five (x*r-sou§ were killed Mordered by Masked Men. RaLF.IGH. May 27 —John Starling, living near Salina, in Johnston county, was surrounded by a party of masked men while on his way home list Saturday night, tied to a tree and shot to death, twenty bullets lieing put In his laxly. He hail made some threat- against a peaceable citizen, and was returning home from a magistrate's trial v. bere he had been to answer to sum mons of a peace warrant. His wife was in the wagon with him. The mob threw a rojie over hi* bead, dragged him out and * arrie*! him far enough iuto the woods to pre\ent her from being an eye witness to ids fate. Starling was a notorious character, su8|»ected of several murders, but had terrorized the coiomuuity so that no one dared to ap|>ear against him. Appointed A m basoid or to J he Tat iran. Rome. May 27.—The Tribune say# that Gen Sir Adrian Dingle, president of the court of apfieals of Malta, has lieeu appointed F.uglish ambassador to the Vatican.    _ Den. A u nm knit on HI* Way to Part*. London, May 27—Gen. Auuenkoff, director of the Central Asiatic railway, is on his way to Paris, whence he will visit FugUud aud America (Jeorjje Could ll xx Not lte«igned. NEW York, May 27.—Hearts were current yesterday afternoon that George J. Gould had resigned the offi *# of president of the Pacific Mail Steamship company aud had lieeu succeeded by Thomas B. Huston, aud that Calvin S. Brice and Samuel S. Thomas hail lx»eu elected directors of the company. The officers of the company stated last night that there wa* no truth in the rumors. It was stated by parties Identified with receut buying of the stock that they were only premature. It is underst«xxi that the names will ap (tear on the Hart ticket at the annual meeting to morrow, w lien a lively contest for control is expected. Puddler* Want an Advance. PITT-Bl BG, May 27.—A week from today the Amalgamated association will lx*ifin its annual convention here. About 4*10 delegate* will tx* present. Next Friday the wage committee w ill hold a meeting to prepare a basis for the scale for next year. All the lo>ige.- have handed in their suggestion*. The puddlers will un-doe btedly ask for an advance of OO cents lier ton.__ Shot During Target Practice. Newport. Ii. I., May 27.—Corporal William Hacked of the marine guard of the United State* training station, was accidentally shot during target practice. Acting a* mark# * at the target, he stepped out just a* a inariu** fired The bullet (Missed j through his body, making a serious and I jm -si >ly fatal wound. His family have j I teen summoned from Salem, Mass. Several Amendment* Ie th# Original Meataxe Ar* OIT* red aa# Rejected The Committee on Tension* Instructed ie Report an Ame idment ta the Pension lain—Hon** Proceeding*. W ash I NOTUS. M ay 27.—The senate yeate r day resumed consideration of the navy bill the peuding question being an Mr. Cock red’* amendment to strike out Chs pro vision for the construction of three heavily armed battle ahi(x* at a coat of |4,OOO,OOO each. Mr Cockrell quoted a rsruark of Mr Hah- s. In tbs discussion on Saturday to the effect that all that was sought in the pro vis i ou was to begin, that it was only a tiegmmng. that it was not Intended to stop there He also quoted a report of the naval policy board which declared that the Uuited State* “must maintain a navy at least equal in strength to the most powerful uavy in the world.” Mr Hale said it would be difficult to find a senator or a responsible official who indorsed the report of rthia policy board." The report had not been accepted by the secretary of the navy as layiug out his policy The lordly scheme laid out by that board wa* hindering the legitimate progress of building upa respectable navy. Mr Cockrell then quoted from tbs re port of the secretary of the navy recon) mending the construction of sevauteen battle ships, twel*« coast defender! and tweuty-niiie unarmored vessels at a cost of about fl3.YUUD.U0b i'ua report of tha board he said, was in accord with recoin uieudation* of the army board for an expenditure of $125,0U0,000 for fortifications to terrorize other listicus Instead of set ting mu example of peaceful arbitration to the world Mr Cockrell thought the construction of buttle ships hazardous and extravagant in view of the invention* in submarine de (•troyera. Mr Reagan aud Mr. Voorhees supported the amendnieut sud Mr Stewart op poaed it Mr Gray said the United States could not go on forever living in a fool’s paradise, relying ou its ability to get ready for a fight. It must have at least a beginning from which preparations could be made when an emergency arose Mr Butler opixieed the amendment, saying he regret te«l that it was uot lu his l»ower to vol*- for eight battle ships instead of three Mr. Blair moved to insert In the provision for the three battle ships the follow iug:    “But this provision shall not be available until the government of Great Britain shall have been requested by tbs president to withdraw all her naval forces luau American waters aud to dismantle lier naval stations in both North aud South America and in adjacent islands, aud shall have declined, or shall have neglected for one year to do so.” Mr. Blair said lf this was not adopted the I iii fed .States would have to lie prepared to rejiel fore# on the *-<*«. He said a large proportion of the British parliament favored arbitration, and why, he asked, should they not favor disarmament Mr Hale—The senator is not nearly as simple as his remarks would indicate I Laughter). Continuing, Mr. Hale said that lf the senator from New Hampshire were In h responsible position repre*enftng the honor arid dignity of the country I;* would • x- the Inst man who w’ould verdure to make such a proposition t the British government. Mr. Hawley said the* here was evidently some lime in tbs history of the world when In very shame, for the sake of iiiauho4xi and decency and patriotism, for Die sake of God and country, a people must fight. Anti these were the days that lifted people out of their sensuality, out of their worships of the almighty dollar. He was in favor of peace, but a proposition from a nation already disarmed to Great Britain to disarm was simply hullo roux After further debate Mr Hale mad# a dosing appeal for the bill. Mr. Blair'a amendment was then rejected aud Mr, Cix-krell'x amendment to strike out the provision for the battle ships was also re* j<*cte*l yeas, ie. ua\s. 33— as follower Yvas Messrs. Bale, berry, blair. Carlisle, Cockrell. Coke, Doiph, Ingalls, Jones, (Ark.), Moody. Ivttijrew. Plumb. Pugh. Vest, Voorhees. Walthall. VViLtoU (Iowa), Wilson (Md.I —ie. Nays Messrs. Aldrich, Allen. Allison. Bar* lx>ur. Butler, ( all. Cameron, Cullom, Daw**,, Dixon, Edmund. Eustis, Farwell, Gorman. Gray, Hale, Hampton, Hawley, Hiscock, Hoar, Paddock. Pasco, Payne, Pierce, Plait. Power, Ransom. Sander*, Sawyer, Spoon**. Squire, Stewart, Stockbridge XL Mr. Dolph offered au amendment pm vidiug for three floating batteries. Dis agreed to On motion of Mr. Butler an Item was inserted appropriating 1200.000 for a dry dock at Port Royal, S C., the whole cost not to exceed I5UU Oik), Th* bill was then passed Mr. Mitchell offered a resolution (w hich was agreed to) instructing the committee on pensions to report au amendment Ic the pension laws so as to provide iu a mor liberal manner for the widows, minot children, and dependent relatives of de ceased soldiers. The MMiate at 6:15 p. in. adjourned IN THE HOCKE. WASHINGTON, May 27.—The bonne w«* called to order yesterday by Clerk Mc Phersan, and on motion of Mr. McKinley Mr Burrows of Mirkiguu w.a- elected ^(leaker pro tem (U* motion of Mr. Mc Kin ley Hie -.enate ’ *1 w -a pest J for th* erection of n pi Mb- ‘mil .mg Canton. (J., at a cost of ti'*’,O'”1. On motion of M*. Davidson of Florida semite bdl wa*ns««ed incv»-;x«un*/tof2/5,lim the limit of cc ‘ of Cie ; util*, building at Jacksonville, ria. TI** iiuur vt JI iiicoi uui to the coli! lull lee of the District of Colombia arid Me. Manson of Pennsylvania called up the Rock Creek para biti. The pending qnestiup was a motion to lay on the table th * motion of Mr. Hemphill to recon.-»der the vote by which the hon*# r«■ jetted t he bill. 'I he motion was defeated, the mo*iou of Mr. Hemphill prevailed aud the bill was pa-sed The bill is a senate bill, but was amended in various particulars by the house aud will bave to lie returned to the senate. The foil ming bids were also passed: Establishing a free public bathing beach on the Potomac river near Washington monument; for the relief of bolder* of District of Columbia special assessment certificates; requiring street railroad companies of the District to make annual report. Adjourned. The reported resignation of George Gould as presi A-ut of ftie Pacific Mail ie denied. I NO BS EE.XE STOXli; ldtdies arui Mirncn' corsets and waists, Madam Lorp latest improved corsets, Dr. Warner’s health collets, I)r. Warner's ('maline corsets, Madam orris Short hip corsets, Schilling's coiled wire sering col sets, Madam McGee's easy fitting corsets, Common Sense French wove corsets, Thompson’s glove fitting corsets, Ferns corset* and waists foliages and children; Warner’s cold wave summer corsets. We make a specialty of handling nil parts of children's carriages, such a^ parasols, rods, springs, brakes, wheels and handles. The new things which are attracting considerable attention is hammocks, croquet sets, the latest and neatest things in lunch and card tables, very cheap. Everybody is buying their step ladders of us because we’re selling them for 75, 88, 98c. and $1,15. Large servicable express wagons 95c. Children's painted two wheel carts with iron tire, I Heyworth 20e. Ladies’ cool summer vests, IO, 19, 25c. Gentlemen's ties, 17c. Luuch and picnic baskets, IO and I Ic. EITIE BTOHB. -    ^ SPECIAL * A N NOU NCEM ENI SALI I Leopard street sear fourth ut! vet. luquue at *3 L. Fourth itrwt. IYT UKK LR** \\ ANTED. Men, end women TY agent* Big pay. Ste dy work <mult free. Nu expellein-e needed. J. E Uor.sk Whitney, .4 onery man, Rochester, N. \ . JTUDDA1IT I CU., Patent Attorneys, 815 7th o St, VailiiiiftttD, I) I .opt* I* 8. Patent Olde#. Patent*, Caveat* aud lie Im* tie* nee ared trade Mark* registered Ail Patent Imam**** 'H»uducird for moderate Fee*. Information. Advice aud apecial reference* aenl on request. £7*. (Iii f.4 ;*C|I int A MONTH can be made MJW (0    workinx tor u# perin ferred who can tut lush a horse and give their whole time to the busto* vs. Spare moments may be profitably employed abo. A few vacancies in town* and cities, ii. K. JOHNSON ,*w LU,, lOOy Main Ste, Richmond, Va $ r^j|j ( AHII will buy lite | roperty on tin* nnn'i of Front ami Hwan. -In » I.-. Lot IU by RU feet. I also have a law library of •ver-O', volume* tut sale cheap for « a-h. Ii. ehtwani, Dunkirk, N. V. REMOVAL. Dr. Gen. E. Blackball! ban removed hit* ofHee and residence to No. JfcW Dove street, OF kick I Iou kh—it) a. rn. till noon; I p. in. Itll 4 p. rn. Sunday forenoon and weekday evening* by appointment. lf YA Will buy 429 Dove afreet a con %    "    v en ie ut H-rixmi house ;e lot he*, pi el se*, coal and w«*xt bouw, hainboint* veranda and v< •uhuh*, back at**q> mid storm house, screen do* ra and windows, storm #a*-hes and outside bin ii*; handsomely paper* *1, newly fainted inside Mid out. water and sink in itchen and ti drant for lawn. L< t I’sixIt’s), ew sidewalk*, fruit tree*, garden and hot-bed. A bargain. " JUST RECEIVED A Carload of the- — FINEST and RAREST ROSES. St am roe?*. Weeping Hoses, Kvergreenx, Shrubs, Climber*. Fruit nm! orunmcn-fai tree* Never before did von ae# trees so nice and latge as these are. I wrill sell Ibeiu very cheap. Why do I sell them cheap? Because ii will help to improve the city and make It possible I lr ut after some time there will lie no city or town in whole Chant County belter provided vc It ii fine trees thau Dunkirk Cs!! at VANDEHEIKULRN’H GHEEN HOI HK Cor. Eagle and Seven tit Sis. pF^Y ’C(00D£ AJM D    Ca^PET^. (.Mill, SIK MIBHMJN AMERICAN BLOCK. ->9<)-402 Main Street, Lu H alo, ...    .    N. Y. / SECOND TO NONE. Our mot to is:    ‘‘Sodom I to None.” We wish to lie second to noiM* iii your nervier. Try un ti lit I Hee. ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchant* Runic Building r Inquire of Cf    Jacob    Winner    or    Frank    May. 9 GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Off I mas a tan Equal to any in the city, anti at juices that will pay you to eve him befoi a purchasing. JUST RECEIVED "OCR SPRING AND SUM MER LINE OF Orford Ties ad Slippers We wish to impress upon our out of town friends, in view of the proposed changes in the tariif and the probable increase in lite coat of nearly all kinds of dry ^oods, that the month ol June will lie 'the month for them to shop.    Prices were never lower than they are at present iii our store. lf the proposed tariff hill passe.*, prices must go up. WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER *fc BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WF. ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street W v are offering splendid bargains in sateens and ginghams atidg summer wash fabrics of all kinds. I he balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. W e <piot** th(* following bargain* in underwear: Gentlemens blue mixed shirts and drawers in medium weights, at 50c. per suit. Gentlemen's Balbriggan underwear, 50c per suit. Gentlemen's blue augola shirt* ami drawers at 25c each, 40c. goods. Ladies’ Jersey vests na low as 10c, each. Ladies’ balbriggan ve-ds wilii lace trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good gra Ie Jersey vests at 25c, "each. White and bim k bde thread Jersey vefet* at 75c. each Bilk vests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current (trice*, and we are selling line cloths, napk ins, O’Oyieys, towels, etc . at rare bargains    — New styles in parasols. New style* in gloves New styles in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for Carpets, Rugs, Draping aud upholstering fabrics. Adam Maid* aid Aid™, AMERICAN BLOCK, 'IDG-40 J M A IA S TH H K T, BUFFALO. N. CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 304 HAIN NT., BUFFALO, N. Y. DKAI.KR IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, leather G<*xln, **te\ ESOLA Vt SU, HOLI) <f HIL VER PLA VIS A CO MPI JOTS MNR OF Holiday Goods :*«4 MAIN STKF.KT, Upfnsite Iroquois Hotel. Go to Monroe s tor Curtains and Fixtures. ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: May 27, 1890

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