Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 4, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 04, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VGK XXHUNK IRK N. Y. WEDNESDAY. JUNE J, IWO. hephesentativb GLADSTONE DENOUNCED B USINESS HOUSES *o« opposing the government COMPENSATION SILL OF DUNKIRK. 4 SVW iULl'Mi KACnil Inr ruiiag j\ all Iua4a at UasaA* >• Mat »ara*C a»niit*- i st ie SI**ha meal I »*|>artutoia >1 DttDlirktPnatu< OoRpaHfi •sd Tketr 4wp|M*Tt*rt ladorM He hi ad th* Ka a »■* aanaii Vjoui an* Ww»l A tratrai Awa to.    ~    . Ami. 411 gr*J*- »< Hart ha*io» ural, lf „,ra Limier fihtagWs aal Late- I nap , MLV L^rar«1rn- tor whciraai* «*• J baw confiaad Prorater ut mb 6»apA*a*rot Ejn**«te—-A Hmm Jsfaro*** War Ship Laanrk*g— 4 Desalter Caught ta aha SMI mt TI aaa. Lust Mas, June 4 —Th* agitation arouaad Irr th* fovamairat i prapnaai to coal* pcoaah- k**p*r* of a itiu boma* for luna of Yam, Two, - q Kihei PW Ucon**'* through tho contemplated rad action af tho nunabrr granted baa hithrrto to tho temperance el*moot 8K. uirroKli, S3 ab<1 rift Csntaal he* . Aruau. Pb.aof rapier.    I jiAjMt%Lfb» .>f Balnea a >p**iai»*» a lot vat t'>r BitttBhia* **«opt lur r>ua»a Bl.wuilf GKM I a vtao, BTn*t.»r, Ka. 14 K. ascon* scram. m*r Bsf Sa acraat, buakirh, N I- Ii.:, Pa.uuh<et*. et. . lMNU*l I tv *. etf UaOWWT . ft'oaptit atien>ia>< u» All wrack |uaraa«*al. | com B t,klbik ii csocmmaif boohs* Sh Can oral A v#siis. W fa*, kraal* sari rem Nat#r ta IwTrarwU ara* to strobe I hioa. tilonaoaf*, Ae. t ULA UT A t 4|t A SOtlL Hat**. I pa lav    > ll — MI    up    III    IMM    I    mm    — .jrare aotl Buarriuif 'lab** ta    caraaatly    supported    tho VIM Bider.      i and others opp aped to tho measure for various raaaona, giniiC th* uaproraioa tho! tho bill boa! f*w lf any fnooda ooh aula of tho mf att ry and its uomodmt* fallow*™ Thla ballat va* druglleaod bf th# a1*boral* praparaklans whicb bn** boon rn ab I no for soma ti aaa for tb* great psutrat mooting wtuch lo to bo boid in Hfd* porh next Saturday wb*n acoma of ___________at hor p ruminant aam or* aanauacad to apoak ta deaudaUoo of tho proposal Yesterday, hawses*. two Im mumm matings of publicans and t balr partiann* worn held la London wit boat nay of tb* naralding of which mast -Mar Jay** opposing m«*#m*ut bas bad tho braodt Th* a po* ken at these meetings government* general sporting news ■mitt «f iMlardaf'i H***fc*Ai trow. RaoniBf .!!■■**. PLiTIM LA aul a At Naw Y ark — K**» Y*rb     .....9 0999 1 3*9—6 Boston    S9999179 •—19 Hmm bit* Mao York A Boston UL Error*- New York T. Boston I Bot tarts* I rase and Br *»; Rad booms sad Kelly tau pf re* Matthews and Goosing At PMladdlnhio PUJaMpkn .......I    ll    I    I    9    I    I    NI Brooklyn    .    29499999B-9 Baa* hit# Philadelphia 7. Brooklyn » Ph Urn tai phi* I. Brusklya V CONGRESSIONAL WORK. THE DAY’S DOINGS IN THE AND SENATE. HOUSE Debs** mu thm Sllvsr Btu ta followed by a Laaftkf DI jeu rate* of aa Important A rn awd moat to tb* fortis eatiwa Appropriation Bill—Tory KJttio Buatao«a Traoooetod m tho * a 9. I— 3 *- f MC and ST Lion *US*t. g UTT BAHHUR 4MOP Ii    I    ttao-    Na#ie.    Prop.. Cader l ab* Shot* >au«*nai “*“*•' seer ao-i Third drwu. A Am stock »• Ko*» «b and Duowtti' - tgar*. ION BLIM A SHIT*, *    Eh    *    eater street, ihrsctieai ho*w*-*ltosvA. Particular sUrotiuo .•to • atortanag nor*#*, lauaiag of rue-A trowing bor*** a ape*-laity I) L) I > HI KH Kl EMN** OBMCKVBH. nm I .ararat UOiiv ta th* county. Aa nnsqunited adv*rt;*>«ii medium IN HI KH BN til > T. E Kin la OU«t*AWl. r./niMirtr saliew A Pupal*. mn of V us. urn, Buil«sr«, Put era Mea u fee Mawr* SAufti u# Usagera, Me. Pauma, I ca*aaa-, aaa 6u< t,.a« Work to onter. a boa»*»J rn, Forgiug*. CaoO a ga, (iliiKIRK SHUrr BXA, A*. AB aul A U Ceater atreet, Hauula* lurer* of tm •Cr*;<!.weir* aud •l>uoAirb * perhe t - Attiay Dr#** SS orts. <J* aob! ta ad iesl.na lurnuAiag ciotii.nf aa*! Ary gouda buoam ta l*unSira. r TOO Ii HT, ^Meeter in floor, feed, (Mata*. *-t*. Katabi.atie*!, aga aud AW Lu'B atnwt, Ba.e*t Hay. Pbu* ait. un. E 2 HIH HOTKL aud vita.ag Lie put Lao? a* c**a u> ai, ira,ua aud uu» mom Houma. Beat accuuiinmiaii-ma tor t orn- aarnii IraveMn*.    _ John J. Barphy. Prop. Et BUCKS A CU.. WI sad m K. Third a treat. Eta* furnitare, l abia*! Arar* aaa Op sots tar; ag. Picture frame* oaade to order. ^ D. WAfTHOON A UO„ Til UMI mu Av*.. tm*tan of fa*hioa ami 0*au*men Oui ?. war* 4ALHUJ STBAX HKATtHU CXA. ti Oaaulaeturer* *f Steam Hoe ling Apparatus Xauttar* Plumbing a Specialty. ti OME VTIAX LAI HOK V. *>ur special urn: ria* Sturts, We: foliar* Aa; Cad*, ac, sad La* C urtain*, f ree Udif-ary. A vt Cumming*. MT center street H K. OEHM. E Third at. cor at Bu Talc « borne sod round if denounced Mr Glad scon* for bi* oppooitHm, reminding him of the downfall of his own ministry through an attempt to impooa a barfan some and uncalled for tna on boor Th* * ma toot anthos! app rn prevailed al both moorings and Abundant evidence wa* flown that th# publicans control a aul Rent proportion of th* elector* to render tho return of ninny members of pari,ament who may vote again** th* biU extremely uncertain lf no* nhoolutely impowdbie at th* next genera] election A WIW JAPAX EMI WAB OB TP Th* now Japanese war ship Chieoda wa* ■uccamfuUy launched in cho Clyde yesterday The vaenel la lion clad, duo feet long and I* designed to carry twenty-eight gunn She ie oleo flued with thro* torpedo tubes Beside* the J apa ara* officer**, who ham been Lo England for tom# time, performing du:*** in connection with the coo-at ruction of the new ship. SOO Japanese en!lore, with additional officers, have ar rived bere for the pnrpoeeof manning and navigating her to Japan. a DEFAULT!HG OLIEl CAUGHT IT TIME ▲ young man named I .amish, employed aa a stock clerk in a broker a office in thin city. wa* arrested yesterday aa he wan about taking bls departure far America. When he wa* searched be was found to have on bi* person BIR.OUI) worth of negoti able bonds, which ba ba*! stolen from his employers, together with oth»*r missing property and tickets for New York (EGLAND ASE ED TO ABBEST AE AB* HHT* The German pres* which, in spite of Chaute* ior Caprivl v declarations that the inapt roo pres* system wa* abolished with the retirement of Prince Bum arak, ars recognizsd aa government organa, ar* besee* h mg Engl* .id to follow the example of Frat, se in arresting Anarchists who ara engaged ia plotting sgamst the complete security of the Fatherland England. these journal* amort is now the only European country la which tho revolutionary element can with perfect impunity and complete person ai safety concoct plans against other governments Herr Krupp the gun maker of Essen. has male a proposition to construct a ship canal < onnectmg th# Danube with the Adriatic aaa TWO TONS OF POWDER EXPLODE HAauUcturer sad dealer is Fiae Boots A Abo** | ^ BN HT EKIUCK'I MEW STOKE. PKI I. Thirl at. Book*. •swu.rtMttJiT '■ sudweel ti Wire    _ .__Ely Papers. tverytSirf pertaiaiag to a Im «iae* nook I. Scboo. b<'<Aa a apvcsaitv. J OB PHU*TING at every .l«*w;npti*m sod st lowest living rates bv Uuakirk Prtuuag Coatpany, • aotl ii k. 'we* , a,i g. JU. van bu haji a son, rim ...te, * Ac*-oleo i sod iion ki I aa uranus Dvai -ars .a Re*. Eats ut and Loos*. Usr.icaiar tlteatat pa, I to lh# care of properly col tee «r til rvstt la fix Oeater at.. Sad ioor. NI *>> KOE’N r HAMMAC ¥. 109 Central A vee se lieatlq aer vers tor Wall Paper Pa, at , Oils, Ac. P MMK Ut 9, J. W„ AN Outer street, Henutsclurer sad dealer la Haraee*. 9a*ldles, MriUies. coiiara, Iraaks.H Hp*. B<iffaio Bnbea. dors* Poser* Glove* Mitten*sad ateigb Hokes. \ 9C HOU THA, . aru. cli atle fa.lor. tasir advautagv to callo* 17 (aet Tbirti street. • veaUemeu will lad ti to 1 before pun haets* rte UAM! Alt, .    UH    Lion    streeu tseaerai Her I war-, w n u* L«a»l.< Mla.Patn tor's tai. vn**>, Od Cloths, Gras it* War*. A specialty af >h«-rwib Wausau Pa. ut sad Mo ara* rsago. K I UXG. such as uiaak-books, letigere, sad all Itui.la of blanks ton* at Duakirk PnuUug Compaav. e sad lh E- "***«*«>u*i *t Kl 1XILFH HUI OOUAl’KK Cur. Third so«l Bi,Sal* ma. Dealer .a u ramie, MarCie, t eg flag aud Ba. <1 ag *tou*. Call >tm ase befur* Uuytaf year side-walk. R laucT a co., 7 and 9 East Front - creek Whisky, Wiae*. Brand;*#. General Liq our Blore for Family Pea. ■ a OBERT X KAT. lY    Lion    street,    eenr    the    lepuk Boar-ha#, Rale, Feed aal Ll very stable. Stabim* by tim lay or^«-i os n-Munabia Bam J. GIFFORD Mi Castra* Ave. «Up jtairs*. trrnernl liu»ura.n. e sad Beal Estate Asem- fire, Lib*. Accideat. and Ltva SOoeA iassraace. Pn»«i»pt aHeab«m giv -a to buy.a* tad seiiiag Heal Eatai* joxr.H, 76 E. l aird sc, roe Deer eLter Mrsi Market FresS, xait aa-: id Meat*, Lard, sausage*, Of#*ers eau A Baby Instautty Hilled sod tbs Mother mud Another Child Fatally Injured. Massrield, CX, Juno U— At 4 JU o clock yesterday afternoon during a heavy storm lightning struck Tracy A Avery s powder bouse located about a mile -ast of tho city The house ia tan! to have contained two tons of powder, which exploded, causing a tremendous report Hundreds of windows in the city were broken, chian and glassware was knocked from shelves, and people thrown from their feet. Many buildings la the vicinity were badly wrecked Two frame dwelling bouse* ok the opposite side of the street from tho niagaiine were leveled to the ground, scarcely anything remaining to show that they were dwellings One of the houses was vacant, the other occupied by Henry Roost his wife and two I children. The husband was sbeent at the time of the explt—ion A 6-months-old baby was instantly killed, it being mutilated beyond recognition, the mother sad another child, ag-*! if year*, ware blown over a hundred feet away and are thought to be fatally Injured Nothing remain# of the powder bouse the bricks are scattered in ail directions. w»me being found a quarter of a mile distant. The explosion wifi heard tea miles away Fully 3,«Ui people have visited the scene Tbs Gas boat bttmalngtoe Launched. Chester. Pa Juae4 —A largo number of spectator* witnessed the launching of tho*l mud State# gunboat Bennington at RuacL s ship yard yesterday. The vessel was christened by Miso Annie Ashton daughter of C hief Engineer Ralph Ashton The Bennington is the last government vessel contracted for at Roach's >he is a twin companion of the t uncord, launched a few month* ago Her dimensions are Length OO feet, extreme breadth 39 feet, displacement I,TIX) tons. Two triple expansion engines developing 3.JJU hone power with natural draught and 3.3UU horse power with forced draught will sap-ply motive power. The cylinders are St. 31 sad NU inches in <Banister with 3D-iach stroke Her armament will conelet of sax flinch breech leading rifle- and a secondary battery of eight rapid firing guns sad a revolving cannon on rail and tripod mounts, also eight torpedo guns and a complete outfit .4 TU MEH, JkWELKf. M. “day me Aurar* Ketlraeu WeiaM. h-pa.nog a *p*’ laity. SS E. t hird ak rf IMM Freak W. smpf. M M«R H EK, Merchant Tailor. Ila <'menu trestle $600 REWARD! WM wilt {**> ate above re war t for say ease at Li*#r * inu (Aetat. D yap# puts, >.ek Mas-lac be l»«tiy*wu*»n. i <’tm; pan oat or * ,onv«aeas w» casual <;ur* w.A Wself*Vagamhto Liver Fill* a sea tb* une» us» .• ar# aknoM| (jookpiied oitik They ara pumy I ef^tsba-, sad o*v«r tan a-giw aanakMHuu swa»r *.«aM*d. Large tioxoa, o>atai atua M Billa. A cents Brwr«r« at own br let ta, sad ioutauoaa. The    avaau ta* ure«l ally bv J* *H> €. Win I CO. Soto bv Mo* aua’Fraaaasci. U lurk. n.Y, Bruker gulsiu Kesuaue* Payment. New YOHE. June A — Washington Quia iaa. the stock operator who disappeared a month ago. ta again ta this city and yesterday aotiiied the Stock Exchange that be was prepared to pay off all claims with interest for tho twenty seven days that have been ataading, and before the ckw* of the exchange several creditors received checks signed by him. Hts family decline to state where Quinlan bas been They say however, that he has been very sick. f»ut that he la now ia improved health. Cat Her Throat With « Mien!Afoul. Minn., Jane A — Mr* Uadiegher. wife of Chria A Gallagher, prooninent lawyer and politician cwt her throat Monday night soon after retiring, with a moor, expiring almoot immediately HI health is assigned as tho Beltane*    Hunted. Buflaioa sad Croak Morphy sad Daily, L'toptrm Height sod Jew At BuHale Buffalo. ........... 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Coiwmhws.    ...f    1 9 3 9 9 9 3 Huff I Toledo............. 9    9 9 3 9 I 9 9 9- I Bass hit*-- Col ambas lh Toledo 4. Error* Ce!’imbu* A Toledo A Batterie# Easton and O'Connor. C neb man and liege T to pure— Easel!*. At Leolavlile— LealsviK#  ______ 9    99tS019*-S Bt Leola  ..........9    9 9 9 9 t 9 9 9-3 Baas bits— Louisville 13. rt Louie LL Errors LowisvtUe L St- Leal* I Borteri«e - Bezette sad Muayan; Stratton and Ryan. , I' tapirs Barnuto. Barr and Harris Parh Morri.# Pare. N Y., Jane 4.—The races here yesterday resulted aa folio ere Find race, H mile Frttx Aret. Lima second. Nellie Bly third, tim*. 4# Second race, IN miles the Algeria band leap Tristan ti ret Prather second. Sir Dixon third time. 2 <»’•% Third race, N mile, tho Yan Nest stake, for J-y eor olds Retribution gelding Ii ret. Chatham second. Kirkever third, time, LOIN Fourth race, Isdlci stakes, for 3-year-fillies 1.44k) yards Sinaloa first Gloaming second Bibelot third time, l l* Fifth race A mile Esquimau first. Maximus second Kern pi and third, tuna, I JBN Sixth race. I mile: Brother Ban first, Prince Royal second. Bella B third urn* ll 43.    _ I .st os I a Rare*. I-atonia. Jutte 4 —The racrohers yester day resulted as foliewre First rat e. I mile: Mamie Fonao first. Silver King second. Silver Lake tkLrd tim*, 144 Second race. I mile and TU yards Clamor Arar. Robin second, Crawfish third: time. 142N Third race, IN milos Tenacity first, Bonita KOP awd. Hydy third, time. I.SAN Fourth race the Laton.a Oaks. I 'n miles, for i-)harold ti..ic* English Lady first. Julia Magee second Daisy F third time. 2:UNkt Fifth race. 4S furlongs Bramble Busk first. Tom Dogers second, Miss Hawkins thtod; time. SSN Stephen B Elklss' Daagbtsr Married. New Yore. Jane A—Miss Sarah Elkins, •ideal daughter of Stephen B. Elkins, and Maj. A C Pliphaat of TrwnUMt, N J , were married laid evening at the residence ii the bride's father Rev Heber Newton >AR. lated Among the usher# were J*me* V Long of Pittsburg, Richard Colter. Jr., of Greensburg, Pa. and Lieut*. Griffin and Woodward, U S. N The wadding WM a quiet and very select affair. Among the numerous costly and beautiful presents were gifts from President sad Mrs Hand von. Secretary and Mrs Blaine. Secretary and Mr# WI ado rn. Andrew Carnegie and Gen. Sewell and staff of the New Jersey militia WaoMIv«ton. Jane 4—Among the me-mortai# sad athar papess presented ta tho senate and referred yesterday. *«*re resoln dona from th* Louisiana legislators extending thanks to congress and the president for the relief afforded to the sufferers froes th* receat Mississippi floods Tho silver bill wa* taken ap end Mr Pugh addressed the senate Hi* ipeocb wa* Largely devoted to a on tic was of the tariff hill He referred to Mr Butter worth’s speech In the beu.#* exposing the “astowadiag robbery’* of the people by the copper orporations and aahed how it wow that a syaten; which produced such mea •treu* result* coaid cantino* tm receive tho snactioa of a great national party that now bad poaooeaion of every branch of the govern meat mad hod obtained restoration to power on th* akerite af protective policy The n^ceosity for a asor* *xpon*iv« cur loney wa* perfectly apparent an i its ex totance could not bo ignored by congee aa, That necessity could not be amt by say Legislation that cam* short of making av*) abl* th* entire supply of American mi aes to secure a circulation sufficiently expansive to meet th* demand.# of the people, and to satisfy their reasonable and lent im * ta want* Ho should, t bere fore join ai* vote to the votes of thane who were in favor of free unlimited and compt; !«ory coinage of gold sad silver bullioR. Here several important senate billa taken from the calendar and passed Th* diver biti wm again taken up Mr Farwell addressed the senate He declared kiaaaelf in fall accord arith th* par p««ies of th* hill, hut said that he was ic favor of going still further He would use for money all the silver offered and not a stipulated #um a* provided for in the bill, sad be would cola it at its ssarket value The national bank system should be prooorved and the sob-treasury system a bol jehad H* bad offered aa amendment to the bill providing that all the issues of th* gov frnment should bo a legal tender for all debts, public and private. The govern meat wa# strong enough and rich though to par all its debts His object la favor mg the abolition of tho sub treasury wm to have all the money of the people in th* channel* of business a# it wm before the pAMing of th* independent act in 1A40 At the conclusion of Mr Farwell’* speech the bill wa# again laid aside sad the fort! canon bill wm takru ap. Aa amendment to increase the appropriation for rifled sea coost mortars from ©SO UUO *o fltOO HUB gave rise to a discussion in whicb th# expo*##! condition of American sea ports wo# discussed by Mt*#*»r# Da wm and Hale and th**ir apprehension* were ridiculed by Mr Cpckrell The Int tor. commenting upon a remark that an iron clad of even fourth claw poorer could levy ■ »ntnbutton# on the seaboard cities. said that he would like Greet Britain to levy * war contribution of even a nickel on New York. The act would be followed by an in vain on of Canada, and a confiscation of every particle of property owned there by Great Britain amouatiag to billions and billions The discussion was continued at great length It wm part ic I patei I m by senators Cockrell, Dawes Hale. McPherson. Gorman Plumb, Doiph, Reagan and Plait Finally the vote was taken and the amend meat was agreed to—24 to 22. The next amendment that attracted attention wm the proposition to strike out two items for tho Watervliet arsenal. New York, on appropriating ©44.743 for the erection of the south wing. and the other appropriate fT* UUU for machinery. Mr Edmund* favor*#! the proposition After debate without action the senate atip n adjourned till ll a rn to-day IN THE HOUSH. Washington. June 4 -The speaker laid before tke bouse the house bill for the acquisition of a site for a post office bai ldmg in Washington with senate amendments thereto The amendments were non-con curred and a conference was ordered. Messrs Milliken. Lehi bach and Clon!* being appointed oaf recs. On m >t)on of Mr Perkin* of K in.sos the senate bill wa# p*c»**d.    < b.u. _ rig the boun*tories of the reservation of the I'tea. Adjourned HIS SECOND MURDER. Hag Llarimi Coagrrosmaa CK rod Is'# Suer#—or. Logansport lad.. June 4—A diapatch to The Journal from Kokomo says Judge Waugh of Tipton county wm aum mated rn the fifty-first ballot leat night to succeed I '<>ngrt**#*naa ('headI# in the Ninth district. Up to then,nth ballot the vote Mood ('heedie. SU; Waugh, SA La Follette. SO Lindley tifi. On the fifty first ballot Waugh rsceivsd 133 votes. A PaUtag Smell setae I! Kill* Two Mea. Omaha. June 4. — During a storm at Ghrasruod. la. the brick amok eel ack oi the Institution for the Feeble Minded fell and crashed through the roof, killing Weakly Emory and William Lane John Achaailli*. Fred Wright and David I Barton were serion-iy injured. The building wan damaged to the amount of 9T.0UU daav. a T«-nnsa*es Desperado, Flu*Ut Hun ta Earth. KXOXTILLF. T#na June 4.-Rep. rte received heie ai ice that Bad lju<L«ny. 3«p nty mardi-ti *b< r and tided Kilt* a distiller in Camp Jell county. Monday. Lindsay got enraged bet* -e Kilt* ref owed to sell him a ^mailer q inertly af whisky than tea gallon* The d:«tiller’* am. tkiakiug his father rn (’.angor, threw a stone at Liud«av f iud tv then attempted r to shoot Kilt#, but bl* party took bi* pistol* flora him They left, sci w h*-n a mile ewer Lindsay asked for his pistols, saying Se would do no barm with th-m. He got them and hnmedisti ly rode bock to Kilt* hi nae The but*? saw iii:., c me and lot kjd the door, but Lindsay *> e it down ami shot Kilts twice. kili>ug film instantly He then at' -mpted to shoot the Nay. * ut tut* od lu*a in JI ..ii % little girl. -I*. I.tiw wuutnd a: b r It is re; ort «1 that Li ndsay’* party ar rented b m and rave him over to tho sheriff af the county Iandsay is o desperate character This is his second rn ■ rder. Tragic Rogler af a Trial. Utica, N. Y . June * - When the jury la th# case of D Webster Stoddard, who has been on trial for forgery at Herkimer, yesterday announced a verdict of guilty, Stoddard ira* and went into an ante room of tho coart hens* palled a revolver from his pocket sad shot himself through the bead It la thought that Stoddard will die. Tho case is th* muet sensational ever tried in Herkimer county and the unexpected tragedy at its close causes great excitement At midnight Stoddard wm still unconscious, but the physicians say that he may recover, though his brain will always be affected. TG* Letkigh Wiley Road • New Term taiU. Bethlehem. Pa., June A—The Lehigh Valley Railroad company ha* purchased a hundred acre farm at Freemansburg a* a terminal for its new road to Phi lads! pUa Apptd ut meat* sag Removal*. WasHINGTox, June A—The secretary af ch* treasury yesterday appointed W G. Koodge superintendent of construction of th* Marine hospital at Evansville, lad., and William Perry, superintendent of con Mructioa of tbs coart house and postoffice building st Greenville. S. (' John H Bell, chief of the sec ret division, treasury department, wm removed from his pool two Kis successor has not yet bonn ap- THE TAX ON FERMENTED LIQUOR A Btl ll Reprolfta« ta* taters*! Revenue Tea Coder Cartels Hrotrietlooa Washington J un* A —Among the mb ate billa pa**rd by the senate yesterday wm one to amend Mrtion 3. TM of tho revised Manito* so m to make it road *Everv person who withdraws say fermented liquor from any hogshead, borrel, keg or other vernal u Ton which the proptr stamp ha* aet been affixed, for tho purpoos of bott!.ag th* same, or who carries oh *r attempts to carry en th* bual ness of bot tliag fermented liquor in ut brewery or ta any et tier place where fermented liquor is mads or any war* house, shall be Babis to a fine of TDD and th* property used la sack bottling or busiooM shall bs liable to fort fit ar** "Provided, however that this section shall not bs construed to prevent tho withdrawal and transfer of fermented I aq ti <>rs from nay of the vats in any brew ery by war mf rn pipe lino or other conduit to another building or place for th* sol* pmrpoee of bottling the same, such pips • sue or conduit to bo constructed and ep-orared in such manner, and with such (Astern* vats. tanka, valves, cocks, fan ort* and gatigoa. or other utensils or ap paratua. either on rh* premises of the brewery or the bottling house and with snob chang#* ar additions thereto, and such I*# k*. seels or other fasten aga and • Oder such rules and regulations ** shall ha from time to Urn* prescribed by the wnmi«i<oer of the internal revenue, sub lect to the approval of tho secretary of tho tree#itry and locks and seal* prescribed shall be provided by the commissioners of Internal revenue at the expense of th* United State* "Provided, farther that the tax imposed in section J t* of the revised statures of the United States shall be paid en all fer mealed liquor removed from a brewery to a bolti.ag bons* by moo of a pipe or conduit, at tho time of a»ch removal, by rho cancellation and defacement by the collector of the district, or his deputy, in tho premace of the brewery of the number of stamps de uottag the tax on th* fermented liquor th na removed. The 4tam M thus cancelled and defaced shall be uispoeed of and accounted for in the manner directed by the cocBoi.sMioner of internal revenue with th* approval of tho secrotary of th* treasury * To provide for th* exportation of fer men ted liquor* ta bond wlthont payment of internal revenue tax. The bill provide* that from and after Jam I, 19)1. fermented liquor may he removed from th* pine* of maaufacturo or storage for export to a foreign country without payment of tax in such packages and under such reguia rums, and a pea the giving of such notices, entrie*. bomi* and other security aa the commission**1 of internal revenue, with the approval of the secretary of the treasury may from time to tim* prescribe—and no drawback of tax shall be allowed on fermented liquor exported on and after Jan I. I sui. ua leva entered for exportation prior to tach date. Threat#** ta Prober ut# Her Hightail SYK acus* N Y, June 4 -Charles F Lewi.# of Jackson.* Pa , is nailer arrest at Cortland, charged with grand larceny by William U Chandler with wbooe wife the prisoner ran away about a month ago It ut claimed by the hun ban ti that when hi.# wrife denned him some of .Iwwls’ friends held him until throe trunks could be got out of t h# house ^h« examination will take pia«*e to-day and a number of wit nesne# from Pennsylvania will be in attendance. Mrs ('handler declares that she wrill not return arith her husband under any circumstances, but threatens to go IMick and have him prosecuted for violation of the revenue lairs if he appears against Le wha Ex - President Hay** Will Prowige. Run DOUT, N Y , June * —Ex President Hayes and daughter reached here yester day afternoon en route to I^ak* Motionk Mountain honor, where he will preside at the negro conference to be held there today The conference will be in sesaioo three days It i.# the first gathering of the kind ever held and baa for its object the education and Uhr.#t timing of rh# colored man Score# of college presidents, professors and prominent personage# from all part* of the country are expected to be prsMnf A CHIM Horned to Death. Ashland, Pa, June A—The frame dwelling of James Fogertv near Big Mine Run, a taw mile# from here, w*# destroyed by fir* yesterday afternoon The flame# were started by Fogertv # A year old son. who wa# playing la a second story room. The fire spread so rapidly that the child could not be reached and he periahed Four adjoining houses owned by John Carl and Peter Joyce were also destroyed. The lorn will reach #12,900 Death mf rn Prominent Ranker Newtt r<*, N Y, June A—George W Kerr president of the National Bank of Newburg, died at hi* residence in this city at A o’clock last evening from the effects of a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Kerr wm a very prominent business non and had been identified with the banking in terests of the state for upwards of half a century and a bank president for the paw thirty raven years. He wm 90 years of age Th* South Carolin* Election Ca**. Washington, June A —Mr Rowell of IHI nota, chairman of the bouse committee on elections, has completed the report of tke committee in favor of seating Miller, Republican, who contested the seat of Elliot. Democrat, the present member of the Seventh district of South Carolina Mr Wilson of Missouri wrill make a minority report for the Democratic mem ben of the committee An Electric Angar Refining Walt. New Yore June 4.—James Moore, assignee mf the Liverpool stockholders of the defunct Electric Sugar Refining company, la suing J U Robertson and W H Cot trail, officers, to recover 93.42U put into the coneen The defease ta that Robertson and Conrail were victims of fraud a# well rn the plaintiffs, and arere not responsible fer the lianes Hie trial wm begun yesterday    _______ Aw Orortiu* #r#*m«r Arrie**. New \ ore June 4.—The steamer La Bourogne arrived here yesterday, two days overdue. The delay was caused by tke shoe on one of the #haft* becoming overheated. and the vessel had to lay to for forty-eight hours, Ga Friday and Saturday she parsed four nee-bergs. Pen no v« r E lev ted G*v*ner mf Portland. Or*.. June A— Herrmaas rap rn* lority foe congress is estimated at A WU. Pwaaoyer idem t is re-elected for governor by I,UUU majority Both branches of the legislature ar* RepubbcaR by large majorities. A POLITICAL SENSATION. ALLEGHENY COUNTY REPUBLICANS IN AN UPROAR Over th* Un*sp*«-t*G 4 ct Ie* mf Crogrom-raaa Th era m H Bays* In D«n* lining a Broo nu rot tea—T*L Afro* • N*rataailon la Hi* Hm3 Utah!* ta Crag* Troahl*. H—elatlea* mt Leaser* Adopted. Pittsburg, Jan* A—Th* various Republican cen senti ens were beld yesterday Hen John Del rail was re-nominated for congree* la tke Twenty second district without opposition Probably the graar«st political sensation that bu ever taken place in Allegheny county occurred in the Twenty-third con grwmional district cue roo Moo The en tire I y unexpected act .ob of Hon Thomas M Bayne ia decile.ag ronom.nation to congrats after having defeated his op pen WBC Gsorgs Shinto. 5 to I, sad the subsequent nom I nation of Col William A Stone to *urewed him created an immense sensation ail over th* county and rumors of all deornptioas ara m circulation. George Shinto, Col. Ba va# # opponent, bow claims that h* is entitled to th* worn I nation and threaten* to cause trouble. la accordance with the rales of the county committee. prominent Republicans, friend# of both Shires and Bayne claim Stone # nomination is irregular and can not stand Mr Bayne’s reason for infusing the nomination was that he wm worn out, and unable to work. He had worked for th* honor of renomination aa a vindication. had succeeded and wa# satisfied. Mr Bayne say# he decided upon this course raveral months ago. hat told no one bat his srtfe    Mr Bevue mvs he will retire to private life and will not again be identified In politics la ta aa official capacity. Thera ara, how ever. numerous rumor* to th* contrary. on* mentioning Col. Bayne as a Quay compromise candidate for governor another that he ta to be appointed to a foreign mission any many ethers Just previous to the cIum of the coarea Moo of th* Twenrv third legislative district in Aliaghepy City last night. George Ll K.d<tle. a prominent attorney, rand a se rte# of resolution* severely tensiir rig Cong re-** u» an Barn* for hi# action rn declining the ncminatlnu in th* manner in *hi< n b - did, and <1: mending that the •ountj commute.* cell another con . cation st the earliest pnsdhle date The resoln Mona were adopted THE M KINLEY TARRlFF BILL EwrtUvh** a #ahj*et far T«« loam**** Heating* at Philadelphia. PHII I DEL PH I A. June A —A business men # meeting wa* held at the Walnut Afreet ' heat re yesterday afternoon ad which A ie Vander K. Md’lur# presided. The tobacco ria plate and w -olen industries were largely represented. Among the -peaker# were Congressmen McAdoo, .^prii'ker Bynum and Breckinridge of Kentucky fast night a ms## altering of workiu men in textile good# wa* beld at Keu*ingroo and wa* addressed by the same gentlemen. Both meeting# were called for the pnrjM.se of protesting sgain*! the McKinley bill. There went from 7 UUU to IU <#11) people at the Kensington meeting, and throe overflow meetings were necnsagry A big po rad* of workiugmen preceded the meet lags. Resolution# were adopted declaring that bot., pa. tic- had promoted to amend the tariff so os tv iemu*• unnecessary hardens and enlarge our market*, that the party now in power had on the contrary, proposed to aud to the burden and restrict the market by tke McKinley bill and thnt th* meeting would be sat tailed with nothing short of free raw materials and such general reduction of the tariff m to cheapen the necessaries of life and open foreign market#, thus securing steadier work and more comfortable living for the workingmen. The announcement of a letter from ex President < 'lev eland wm greeted with great applause. The letter wa* a* follow# New Yuan. May 9, 1390. To F A. Herwig, Esq "secretary Mr Dx * a Si# I fiesir* through yon to thank th* Kenaington Reform club, formerly known aa the Workingmen’# fang Reform asMM'ia-uon. for th* courtcuM invitation I have received to attend a mara meeting en th* evening of th* id at Jan*. Th* term* us which th* invitation I# ex premed convince# rn* that th* q nest Ion of tariff reform is receiving th* attention it deserve* from the** most vitally interested In it# just and flair solution. I know thai with th* feeling now abroad la our land. rod with the intense exigence and activity of such lube m your*, th*claim presumptuously mad* * hat th* people at th* leat election ft nail y p-xrrl a po a the subject at tariff adjustment, will b* emphatically denied: and that our workingman and oar fanners will continua to agitate this and all other question* Involving their welfare with increased aeai and la th* light of increased knowledge gad experience until they ar* determined finally aad ta ac* ordaac* wi th the American sentiment of fair play. I us* mo bile form of words when I ray that I regret my engagements aad professional occupation wrill not permit me to meet the members of your club on th* occasion cif their mara meeting Hoping that thorn who are fortunate enough to parttcipato wrill find it to their profit, and that th* meeting wrill rn all respect* be a groat su< cran. I am yours, very truly. MOO VU (* LAV BLAND. Heating mt th* Maronle Grand Lodge- New Yoke. June A—The Grand Lodge of Fro* and Accepted Masons held their lUUth annual communication at the Ma sonic temple yesterday afternoon Thera •r* #UU deiegates pro-eat The meet lag wm called to order by Grand Master Vrooman of Herkimer who read hi# anana] addr*## showing a highly proeperoiu* condition of th* order This wm followed bv th* report of Grand crefary I-'.biers Grand Treasurer (ior man also read hi* report. The reports wrill bs considered to-day. Plans were presented for the proponed Masonic home and school at Utica for th* widows and orphan* of Masons. To-day th* election of th* grand officer# for the Masonic year ■NR will he held, and it la said that Grand Master Vrooman and his entire staff will be re-elected Catotoitt** Wark. Washington, June A—The house rom mitts* on po*toffi< e# and poet roads yesterday authorized a favorable report os th* hill introduced in th* boom by Mr Bingham ai Pennsylvania, to provide for the employment of twenty ais supervisors of postoffice#. A favorable report wm also authorized on the bill introduced in th* house by Mr Cai well. to reclassify and fix th* salaries of poatal clerks in the railway mall mrricrn. Death af a Proas lam t I. it rn ba rut act. Williamsport. Pa,, Jane A - John White, brod of tke extensive lumber firm of White, least ffi White, and president of the Williamsport company, died yesterday egad Cl fs re NO Ut STOKS ENTLEREJ'I $ fuRNISHIflQ lCj00D£. (•-■utl-nM-u-    ii ii I f, i, n,l ii,-, J whit*- Ski rte only........4lG Gentlemen »    Uuwlri-.| white shirt*, only. (yeuTlenirVs *>r*\ linen ruffq tm\y <ientlrinn-n'9 :J4K\ Su>p*»u,U*r* only ti.-utluiiiuu's 4-'ic. Necktie*only Gtntleuieii 9 35e. Neckties on I \ Gentlemen s 35c\ British Horn only Gentlemen s Linen Collars only........ Gentlemen's 66c. Flannelette >hirt* only..... Gentlemen'* 65c. summer I 'mlerwear <»uly. Gentlemen s l’ije seamless Ifcse only....... (feiitlemen's superior quality h'neat collar buttons per don, 4c Gentlemen's 12J1** linen finest Handkerchiefs    only.......5c Gentlemen’s 25c. wire Armlets only  ......... lie Gentlemen s 50c, Cuff Batton* only................23c Gentlemen s 5<k\ Scarf Frills only.......   .    .23c Gentlemen $ 25c. Cuff Flolders only.................loc .... 6t^c .......15c ........15c 23c ..17c .......16c .......10c .37 ami 33c .......48c ... 7 and 9c erie store. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I^'Ok " A I E. - T w m huiiriing    *i\M' ox !.«*«.par* air**t m*mr l> ><urth -ti *-«-t inqinra st TI L Fourth ilr*#-1. UrukkAKS warted vifu, tn<i w non •gent* Big pav, -ten.Iv work >>ui(ti lr**. No *• \ (/*r'* u« rn u**filt*»l. J. Kl ’.im WiiTMlT, roirsery (aaa, K*»t*h*»i*r. N. I STUDD.% RT A ClI* *tt*ut Attorney*, ti*. TU. lit,WGtUBghm, ll ( .opp I #. Pineal Utile*. Pate UU, I *ve*t» #n«l Re I -hiito -*#-iii#-<1 Tnt* lr lf arks registrrwri All Psteut bonnie-oioiio t*#! for tu<Mlera(* Fees. Iatorm.ii;ou Advice and speciai rrfrreiN r* tout os re., ural JU* M |    -A MONTH ca* be atazir Cl*.** tm -fw aking tor si.    ptr (erred who > aa furatdi a hoc** awl givr their wh lr nato to lite bwunov #parr ai- a»*-nt-i may br prom 3 en ploy rd a1 ira, .A Ira vat'aocw# in t. wit ct tie a. B. F JtzHN'XiN A CO,, t»* Mm Sc Ri«.iua<aftd, Va. KE MOT AL. A Dr tiro. K. Bi»< khsui ha* rrsh>rod Kin ofili-r •nil rosid€Q<-r I* Nu, SS I»*>vr f*trrrt. OOH I HueB.#—ta rn. ta. till noon; I p. at UU 4 p. at. sunday forenoon aud w--*-h la . evsolag» by • ppoiur inriiu ROOMS TO RENT ;; Is th* Herr un air Bank.Budding * laquirs of ti    Jacob    Wirtser    or    Frank    Slav CARL SCHAUER s 59 East Third St., Ha# ju#t received a full line of * rn sTmr. & is fccpial to any in tile city, aud it prices that will pay you to s« e him !>efoi a purchasing. "OUR SPRING AND BUMMER LINE OF Oifd Tie: ad Sillier; WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM-MINOR WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEATHER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 2l3*Centre Street I here is no latter place fo !|U) lories, Stain roses Weeping-runes, all kinds of Hue ernamental [dauts, cajleus geraiieum*, tomatoe and cab-hage plants, thau VANDERMEl LEN’S GHEEN UOCBI Cor. Eagle End Seventh Sin if WA Will buy i I love *lr**«t # eon %«VB" v**si*‘Bi "-room h«*u,#;c i..i (if-pr**-«*#, < <*ai aud w<M>«i bouto, tiaod— ui*- v.-rand i and ro-t,bul**, ba**k *t«<op ted *turm bouto torero d*>*»r# ;in*l window*, «t< rn; rashes and outset* bliiMl-: hand-otu»'>v paper* d, s» wls paint**! insMl* an*l o*.i, vttnr aud -ink in aitch*a au*t b d mat tor lawn. Lot '-ox leo. a*w awl*walk*, fruit ir**», gar*i*n tad not-heil ▲ bargain. P^V -(J|0CD3 A|HD fAF^PET?. ADIX. HELOBOiT 1NOKBSON UM ERK. AN BLOCK 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, ...    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto i*:    'vSecoiMi to None.” We wish to Le second to none in >'*ur #ervi< e. Try un and see. We wi#U to iiu|»r«    upon oui out of town friends, iu vipxr of the proposed cbHHge# in the tariff nod the probable increase in the cont ol Dearly ail kinds of dry goods, that the month of June will be’thk month for them to shop.    Prices were never lower than they are at present to our store. If the proposed tariff bill past** price* mint go u|k W* are offering splendid bargain* in sateens aud gingham* and summer wash fabri* * of all kind*. I he balance of our spring stock of cl *ak- arc selling cheap. W c quote the follow tug bargains in underwear: Geati*<nen i blue mixed shirts sad drawers in medium weights, at f>0c per rail, Gentlemen a Balbriggan underwear, Mhc. per suit. Gentleman’* blue angola shirt* aad drawer# at 25c each, 40c. good*. Ladle# Jersey vests as low as I Sc. each Ladies’ balbriggan vests with lace trimming, only I fie., worth JWc. Good gra*ie Jersey vesui at ‘25c leach. White aud black bde thread Jersey vests at 75c. each • Bilk vest.-*, ail colors. 75c. each Linen pricks will be considerably ad vanced if the tariff ta ' hanged. Our price# ar* much below even current prices, and we are selling fine cloths, napkin-, I) Of ley*, towels, etc., at rare bargains    —— New st vie* in parasols. New style! in gloves. New style* in hosiery. Headquarter* ia Buffalo for Carnets, Rugs. Draping and iph*>l*tering'fal.riC». Adai Meldnuo and Alta, A MEHIC AH BIOCX, MAIS' HT HUET, BUFFALO. 5 Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, JHI 3*4 MAIN NT, KlIFALO, J*. T. DEALER IM Diamonds,    Watubet and Jewelry, ( ira-As, -iiverware. Leather 'iootta, Ste. FSI, r a rn a a, hold 4 silver pla tis a complete llhb or Holiday Goods ain MAIN BT HE ET, Opp*Mitt* Iroi|«<>ts Horal Go to Monroe s for Curtains andFixtiu MWifLAWIP CHIIVINEYSb««’ vmo CCT Tm wpohc sort; the right ones IRE CALLED PEARL TOP ANO ARE Made mil ti GEO. A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. ;