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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               B REPRESENTATIVE (JSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. a NVW KDUMO MACHINE for rullrg A all kinds ol blanks Is the lattmt Mniuoo   hips. B Buffalo Saddles. Horn Covers Mlttemana J. II Kul Thud itreet, Tailor. Oratlemen irfll---------- Uetr advaitaie to call OB me be purcbasmi nud It fe. I) B. CABf CO., i SU IMM street. tteotml Hardware White A special IT of Stolen blaak-books, ledgers, and Unds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 Second St. VDOLPH MOLUBNHADKB, Cor. Third and Buffalo SU., twnJer in Granite. Hnrblc. r .agging ano Call me before IBLK1 7 and Kaat Front street Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor store for Family Use. ITKAY. It Lion Mrwl, near depot. BHUdiM. Sale. Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by day or week on reawnahk SAM t. eiTFOKD, Ml Central Ave. (Up General Inraranee and tttwl Agent Fi I------- Accident, and Live Stock andMlUngUoal AMale. pt gi'u to buyinj X. TUrd it, cor. Deer. KueUlor Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an Smoked Lard, naMnges, an Ponltrv. W ATCMM, OKWBJ.BT, tmr the Aurora KaUroad Waloh. Sepakring a specialty. Frank FVStapl, W M. MOOKBB, Marohanl Tailor, i< Central Avenw had beeu caused not by that act, but partly because of the demonetization of silver in Europe, and partly by the increase of the silver production in the world. Mr. Call, rising to a question of priv- ilege, referred to a pamphlet published against him by W. D. Chipley, in which he was accused of false swearing and dis- graceful transactions iu a land deal in Florida. He declared that the pamphlet from first to last was a falsehood, and that It was published la the interest of the con- spirators against legislation in behalf of the people of Florida. The conference report on the military academy bill was presented and agreed to aud then the conference report on the appropriation bill was again taken BP and the canteen system proposed by the bill was discussed. The conference report being to the effect that no intoxicating drinks should be sup- plied in canteens or in traders' stores In states or territories where prohibition legislation exists. Mr. Allison claimed that the reform recently instituted, of substituting the canteen for the sutlers' was well received in the army, and that the house conferees had presented numerous letters from various military written by and others claiming that the present arrangement was in the interest of good discipline and morality, Mr. George thought the provision dis- criminated against enlisted men in favor of officers. Mr. Hale thought the canteen system would make itself in a little while. Mr. Plumb said the flght was between the canteen aud the post trader, whom he described as "the curse of the army Mr The senator from Kansas has lived enough to know that there is houMty and sincerity and philanthropy n tira world, and he will have a hard time in persuad.ng the thousands and thou- sands of honest men and women all over the country who look upon the canteen scheme as a backward step, that they are being hounded on by the poet-traders. Th, pwrt-trader is a bugbear. He Is got up iu llie imagination of the senator from Kan- this detuned cannon for an army post in his district made objection, and a number of ihort "home consumption" speeches were made. Mr. Anderson of Kentucky raised a laugh when, In response to a remark by Mr. Flower of New York, he suggested that all the cannon should be used to aid New York to erect a monument to Gen Grant. On motion of Mr. Wright of Pennsyl- vania a bill was passed to ratify an agree- ment enfered Into by commissioners of New York and Pennsylvania in regard to the boundary lines between those states. On motion of Mr. Morrow of California the senate bill was passed relieving the Union Iron works of San Francisco from certain penalties (amounting to incurred in the construction of the Charleston. Bills were passed increasing to 000 and the limitaof the cost of public buildings at Dnluth, Minn., and Fort Worth, Tex., respectively. Adjourned. compen- REWARD! or bostiveiMM wi oOBUIaiugWPlua Send BJ fiAuairt. o kirk, N. T; I, legalizing the setting up of the United government as seller of Honor to the noldier. Mr. Plumb and Mr. Dawes sparred over the question for a short time and Mr Plumb was led to say that Mr. Dawes could make more mistatemeuts than auv ever knew; and that he believed that Mr. Dawes made them knowingly! Mr. Allison said that the men who were opposing the canteen knew that the sol- diers at Fort Myer could come into Wash IngUiu any day and get drunk under the dome of the Capitol. The secretary of war was trying not to Increase intemper- ance, but to institute a reform which would lessen desertion and elevate the esprit du corps of the army. After farther the question taken mud the conference report was 85 to 8. The nays were Sena ton Blair, Colqultt, Dtxon, George, Hale, Sanders, Teller and Tnrple. Mr. Edmunds offered a resolution In- trusting the committee on fuherlea to early investigation into the admin- totration of the United flsh com- mlsjioner'soffloe, eepeoiaUy In reference th, 1 ore. iud coi Heart and a. to or ndm THE COURT OF CLAIMS. The Claim of Alfred B. M illicit for Com- n Architect Ulimlned. WASHINGTON, June R-The court of :laims yesterday morning dismissed the 2laim of Alfred B Mullett against the United States for compensation as archi- tect of the building now occupied by the itate, war and y departments, amount- ing to about During the period of hissnperintendence of the construction of the building the plaintiff was in the employ of the govern- ment as the supervising architect of the treasury department and was requested by the building commission to submit plans which were adopted. In 1875 he re- tired from the service of the government and an offer was made to him by the com- mission to pay him a salary to continue his supervision. He rejected this offer aud the building was completed under the care of an engineering officer of the army. The court did not enter into the merits of the case at all, confining its attention to the question of the operation of the statute of limitations, which was urged by the government as a Uefeu.se. Appointments by Governor Bill.) ALBANY, June 3 Hill and Speaker Husted have appointed Franklin Bartlett of New York aud Louis Marshal of Syracuse as members of the judiciary constitutional commission in the places of Hon. Warner Miller and ex-Governor Hoadly, resigned. Mr. Miller, by reason of private business engagements, and Mr Hoadly because of professional duties were compelled to resign their member- ship. The fii-st session will be held at 11 o'clock to-day in the senate chamber and Judge Dun forth will probably be selected as chairman. Hyde park on June T against the sation for publicans, or the publicans' en- dowment and pension bill, as It is now called. A whole array of members of par- liament will speak and numerous public bodies have signified their Intention to be present. Vigorous propaganda Is being pressed by those who have the meeting in charge and distribution is being made of 150 000 copies of Sir Thomas Farrar's letter con- demning compensation, and copies of Sir William Harcourt's speech at Ber- mondsy. The inquiry now in progress by the board of trade into the loss of the National line gtearnHhlp Erin is being pursued in the direction of ascertaining whether the was not overloaded. The suspicion that this was the case has long been enter- tained in official quarters. SHARING PROFITS WITH EMPLOYES. The Guinness Brewing company has voluntarily added a shilling a week to the wages of each of its employes, supplement- ing the announcement with the statement that the prosperity of the company's busi- ness justifies its sharing the increase of with the men who have contrib- uted to it by their industry and fidelity. This increase of wages, made quite unex- pectedly and without solicitation, will add the sum of a year to the com- pany's pay roll and incalculably increase its popularity with the working class. BOYCOTTER8 REFUSED ABSOLUTION. The Rt. Rev. Edward T. O'Dwyer, Cath- olic priest at Limerick, has Issued a pas- toral letter withdrawing from the priests in hii diocese the power to grant absolu- tion to persons guilty of boycotting or ad- vocnting and practicing the "plan of cam- paign." The action of the bishop has cre- ated much surprise and indignation. The court at yester- day sentenced four strikers to terms of im- prisonment varying from six to eighteen months for intimidating workmen who refused to abandon their employment and take part in the general strike. Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria has issued a special order thanking the troops for their splendid conduct during the recent labor disorders iu Vienna and other of the empire. tion in respect of tlin offenses mentioned in the first section of the act that they by law have and possess, in respect of the of- fenses in said chapter and titles in the first section of this act mentioned, and said courts respectively are also for the pur- poses of this act vested with all, and the same jurisdiction they respectively have by force of title IS, chapter 8, and title 18 chapter 7 of the revised statutes of the United States and BnruM. NATIONAL UTAOITK. At New York- NewYork o 0002010 8-0 Brooklyn 100120000-4 Base bits-New York 12, Brooklyn 0. Errors-New York 6, Brooklyn Bulterles-Rusle and Buokley; aud Clarke. Uuipiie -McQuaid. At Plilladelphia- PhlUduliihla ft Gentlemen's S0c. Sutpendem only.'................... Gentlemen's 45c. Necktiesonly Gentlemen's 35c. Neckties Gentlemen's 35c. British Hose only Gentlemen's 20c. Linen Collars only Gentlemen's 65c. Flannelette Shirts only........3'? i Gentlemen's (J5c. summer Underwear only...... Gentlemen's 12Jc seamless Hose only___........'j Gentlemen's superior quality finest collar buttons pJrdT H Gentlemen's 12Jc. linen finest Handkerchiefs only Gentlemen's 25c. wire Armleta only___ Gentlemen's 50c, CuflF Buttons Gentlemen's 50c. Scarf Pins only.................... Gentlemen's 25c. CuflF Holders only.......... SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 Boston ,....p 8-14 THE PUBLIC DEBT. A Decrease of During the Month of May. WASHINGTON, June 3. The monthly public debt statement issued from the treasury department shows a decrease In the debt of during the past month of May, and for tbe eleven months of the current fiscal year. The total deht, less cash in the treasury on Jime 1 was The net cash- or surplus in the tieasury on the Istinst was against a month ago. _ The Manitoba Wheat Crop. WINNIPEG, Man., June re- ceived from fifteen grain centres In Man- itoba and the western territories all give very encouraging news of the condition of the crops. Mauy farmers assert that even if they should have no further rain wheat cannot suffer from drought, as the plants have taken good robt nnd are in a healthy flourishing state. It is estimated that there are acres, an increase of over 80 per cent, over last year in wheat alone in Manitoba. The western territories also show a large increase in acreage. Baltimore Will Hold the Shares. BALTIMORE, June Davidson, chairman of the finance committee, yes- terday called aspecial meetidg of that body to consider a proposition from Edward B. Bacon, president of the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railway company, for the purchase of the shares of Balti- more and Ohio stock held by the city of Baltimore. The offer, which named par as the price, was declined. A Blnfhamton Man Bulcidm. BINQHAMTON, N. Y., June 3.-Wallace Franklin, aged 80, of Preston, Cbenango county, committed suicide Sunday by hanging He recently eloped with the wife of Eugene Bosworth, but the woman soon returned to her husband Despondency over-thta affair is the proba- ble cause of the suicide. Mr. Makei a Denial. LONDOW, June 8.-Mr. Gladstone, In re- ply to questions sent to him by Liberals denies that he ever stated that the shoot- ing affair at Mltchellstown, Ireland, and the Siberian atrocities were parallel out- rages. Though, he says, he spoke of them together, be did not desire the inference to be drawn that he regarded the Mitchells- town affair as equally as bad as the out- rages perpetrated by the Russian officials in Siberia. ______ Active Speculation In American Stocks LONDON, June B.-There Is great specu- lation going on at present in the shares of the Tennessee and Kentucky land com- panies. In some cases the shares have risen rapidly, until they now bring from 390 to 800 per premium. The Lon- don Economist warns speculators that these ventures are pretty generally over- done, and predicts that the present in- flated prices cannot be maintained. The Emperor I. Angry at Bltmarck. BERLIN, June emperor has In- formed Prince Bismarck that if he does not at once cease his utterances on politi- cal affairs and other matters relating to bit retirement, with which the press bare been filled of late, the result will be serious to him. National bank depositaries to-day hold of government funds at about half a million less than a month ago. The gold fund balance has increased about five millions during the past mouth, and to-day amounts to and the silver fund balance exclusive of trade dollar bullion, has increased a'llt- tle more than one million, and now amounts to The fund of standard silver dollars keeps steadily in- creasing, and the treasury holds 988 092 of this coin. Government receipts during the month from all sources, aggregated and receipts for the eleven months of the current fiscal year ending May 31, aggre- gated The receipts for the present month will probably reach and thus swell the government re- ceipts for the current fiscal year very close to four hundred million dollars or fifteen million more than Secretary Wln- doni'a estimate made early last fall. On the other hand expenditures during the eleven mouths just passed aggregated or about fourteen more than for .the corresponding eleven months of. the past fiscal year. Pension payments sofar this year have amounted or fully thirteen millions more than during the corresponding eleven months of the previous year. Coin- age at the mints during May aggregated in value or in gold coin and in standard silver dollars and the remainder in minor coin. Hop Growers Petition the Senate. UTICA, June a meeting here yes- terday the executive committee of the State Hop Growers' association pissed res- olutions requesting the United States sen- ate to adopt the provision of the McKlnley tariff bill placing a duty of 15 cents per pound upon importation of hops. Resolu- were also adopted asking congress to amend the bill regarding the adultera- tion of lager beer, so as to make its provi- sions apply to ale and porter, asking that the bill to limit the provisions of the inter- state commerce act be defeated, or that fermented and malt liquor containing less than 5 per cent, of alcohol beexcepted from the terms thereof The bill iu its present form makes no distinction between dis- tilled and malt liquors, and It is to this that the hop growers object. Base hits-Philadelphia 11 .Boston 81. Errors-Philadelphia ft, Boston 2. Batteries-Vlckery, Smith and ClemraU: yfonols nn-1 Bennntt. Powers ilKl Ztti At Cleveland u n o 0 u 0 X 1- 3 Cincinnati OHHOOloUO-4 Dare hits rirveuviit 7, KrroiK -Tie -elmul 1, Cincinnati'! Bmti'ili'i -Boutin indXInunar; Rhine, and Harrington. Al Pltthbiirg............D 00100000-1 nlmno..........o 3838000 Bane Chirac n 14. Enora-PliuburK 12, rlili-anS 2. Batieilns urn) BiTger; Hutchison I'mplre- Mi-Derniott. KXIUBITION GAME. r Jersey City Jersey City 2, Rochester 18. Base 11, Ho EiTors-JcrwyriivT, !.cster7. nnd folllns; Wells 10DDAKT CO.. Patent Attorneyi, V. S' Caveats and Re- Issues secured Trade Marks raglsUired and give iheir wfiole 10 the biuincti. be profli- aWy employed also. A few m town. There is no better place to buy Roses, weeping-roses, all kinds of fine eruameiital plants, coleus geraneiims, tomatoe and cab- bage plants, than VANDERMEULEN'8 GRKKN UOU8K Cor. Serenlli Sti. and H n ike. Turner. Beacti Races. mi.Hros BEACH, June 3. -First race yesterday, J  dram for lawn. Lot new .Mewalis, fruit trecn.gnrilen inn..... A uargain. Fifth race, 1 mile King Crab first, A Popular Artist Dead. Kiw YORK, June Morgan, the popular and widely known artist, died yesterday morning. Dismissed for Intriguing. LONDON, June Chronicle's Paris correspondent learns that a number of officials at the minor German courts have been dismissed for intriguing, at the instigation of Count Herbert Bismarck.to the emperor's policy. Cnpt. SratraM Commoted. SOFIA, June sentence of Capt Kalaboff of the Russian army, who was a co-conspirator with Maj. Panitza, and condemned to nine years' imprisonment has been commuted to banishment. Presidential Nominations. WJUHHHGTON, June president has sent to the senate the following nom- inations: Capt. Clarence E. Dutton of the ordnance department to be major; Second Lieut. Onar, Third infantry, to be first lieutenant. Dl. Bralncrd Rpvomr Dead. BOJTOK, June inventor of the Spooner water meter, Dr. Bratnard The Placed In Commlaalon. PBILADELPHU, June the League island navy yard yesterday the United States government took formal possession of tbe rtyimi..i'e cruiser Vesuvius, and that vessel was placed in commission as a man-of-war. The Vesuvius was trans- ferred from the possession of the Cramps, the owners of the ship yard In which she was built, and launched by Mr. Charles H. Cramp and acceped on behalf of the government by Capt H. B. Seely, oom- maudaut of the League island naval sta- tion. The Vesuvius will remain at League island for a few dajs aud then proceed to some poiut on the Atlantic coast to be designated by the secretary of the navy. A Negro Ravliiher Lynched. NEW ORLEANS, June Picayune's Halliesburg, Miss special says: A negro man named George Stevens attempted an outrage on a widow, .'u'rs Oearman a few miles north of this Friday night He was captured und after comparing tracks made with HIM nnd finding them to be the same, he confessed. Two men started to Augusta to put the in jail, -jyl about 8 or 9 miles from here, 30 men overtook them and took the negro by force and hanged him to a tree about fifty yards from Die road. In of CHICAGO, June Collins an- _ Beck second, Reclare third; time, Sixth race, mile Jack Rose first, Insignia colt second, Centaur third; time, Seventh race, X mile: Osceola first, Prince Edward second, Faustina third' time, Morris Park Races. NEW YORK, June The here yes- terday resulted as follows: First race, miles. Eon first, Ni- agara second, Gipsy Queen third; time, Second race, 1 mile: Clarendon first, Dr. Helmuth second, Klngsbrldge third- time, Third race, H mile: Mary Stone first, Gold Dollar second, Martha Washington third; time, Fourth race, mile: Claudlne first, Priscilla second, Kvangellne third; time, X. Fifth race, mile: Civil Service Ant, Fitzjames second, Fordham third; time, Sixth race, X mile: Arab first, Dahvy- rian second, Pelham third; time, Latonla Races. LATONIA, June The races here yester- day resulted as follows: First race, 1 mile and 70 yards: Brook ful first, Brown Duke second, Lucr P third, time, Second race, 1 mile: Uncle Bob first Prince Fonso second, Outlook third; time Third race, 1 1-18 miles: Hypocrite first, Catulpa second, Climax third; time, Fourth race, the Merchants' stakes, 1W miles: Princess Bowling first, Rosemont second, Glockner third, time, Fifth race, 5K furlongs: War Plot ROOMS TO RENT In Ibe Merchnnm liaiik.lliillillng.C Inquire of t Jacob Winner or Frank Hay. CARL SCNAUER 59 East Third St., Haa just received a full line of JVIECDATS AND HMSM, Equal to any in the city, aud it prices that will pay you to see him a purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SUM- HER LINE OF Negotl.tinr lot n Prlu Fight. NEW YOKK. June are pending for an international prize fight between Frank Slavh, of Australia and Joe McAuliffe of San Francisco. A promi- nent sporting man of this city received a cablegram from London informing him that Slavln had agreed to fight McAuliffe at the Pelican club for i.800 and the championship. Slavin allowing McAuliffe pounds for expenses. Billy Madden, McAuliffc's Lacker, replied that McAuliffe would fight Slavta on the terms men- tioned. Ozfor. Tie; A Census Enumerator Hulcldes. NEW YORK, June Langue who had been drinking becaiue his aweet- heart rejected him, and who had lost bis position as carriage maker, but bad ob- tained an appointment as census enumera- tor, committed suicide yesterday after- noon. Langue was, it is said; alarmed at the stories that the censua men would be met with violence and be drank heavily in the morning to fortify hU courage He became intoxicated, and when he awoke itwa.too late to begin bis work. He remembered thaf there was a In such caaee and took rough on nta which speedily enda I existence. i BIKOHAMTON, N. er meer, r. ralnard nne ,-uge ap. Spooner, aged 90 yean, died very .uddenly Col. George B. Davis Sunday momtag from some nnknowi I Gas Trust company, .ow tion.1 at the hcwnlte frnicairo Gas OB i -i mvw wiv vttnuu mmm. I c.nicairo Gas company, in of tMtoMiM. DOYQQRLAMP CHIMNEYS TM[ ONI BULLED PEARL TOP UiJ..-. AND ARE -qooop AOAMJELDiiANDIBSOII ANBBICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, NY NONE. Our motto m: -Second to None." We wish to bn second to none in your scrvirn. Try and wee. We wish to iraproHR upon onr out of town friends, ju the proposed changes in Ibe tariff and luc probable inurease in I he coat of nearly all kinds of dry gooda, thai the month of June will be [tin month for them to were never lower than they aw at present in our store. If the proposed tariff bill prices muni go up. We are offering splendid bar- gains in sateens and glnghama and summer wash fabrics of all kinda. The balance of our spring stock of clonks are selling cheap. quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen's blue iniied ,blru aad drawers in medium weights at Me nar suit. Oenl'.emen'8 Balbrlgg.n underwear, 50c. per anil. Gentlemen's blue angola shirts and at 'Me. each, 40c. Ladle.' Jersey low as JOc. each. Ladies' balbrfggan wllh lace trimming, only I5c., wortb We. Good grade Jcney at 35c. {each White and blank lisle thread Jersey at 76c. each. Silk all 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanced if tbe tariff changed. Our are much below even current and we selling floe clotbf, napkins, IVOyleys, towels, elc., M bargains New styles in parasols. Mew stylej in Now ktyleo in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for Carpets, and iipholsteringXabrica. THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATHER BRIGUT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COT OBED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR, SULLIVAN SON, 213rfCentre Street art Horn, BUNK, 396-402 MAIN HTStEET. _______BUFfALO. N. OCTPENFOLD MaDuracturerand Importer, 864 MAIM BOrFALO, H. DKALEB n Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leatner etc. KKORA rrrra, goto 4 HA Tin A COHPLBTB IJHB Of 384 MAIN STREET. ftppoeltt HoML GEO A' i mi JSBUPGH. Pi Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures NEWSPAPER!   

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