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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW MACHINE tor ruling at blanks u UK latent niii.Uoo to In- HVehaiural Department of Cnmpanv.l 4 LEXAHDBB1 Coal and __________________ Woo.1 A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate tteaea. All of Hartl anil Sun Coal, Wdoa) Luber, Snuffles anil Lath. Free r CorreaponUence tor wholesale lou FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS IN TH HOUSE AND SENATE. MDr. Bellvers a Lmgthy Ad dree, te the lenste on the SUver Bill, renslm BUI. Bouse Alan Indolgee IB a Spirited t.bat.  n Dunkirk. 434 and I'M Lion street, beater in Floor, feed. alt. Baled Hay, r. Established. 1577 EkUE 841TE1. and umlng Saloon, Union Depot. acveas to all trains and bus- laeaa booses. Best accummoiiatinna for C'om- Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. E CIX, 97 and E. 'Snird street. fine ranutare. Cabinet Ware and Up- anislenng. Fie4Mre Frames to order. June senate, afte routine bnsines. yesterday morning, took up the silver bill and Mr. Hiscork' took the floor. He believed that a majority o the people were opposed to opening the mint, of the United States to the free coinage of the world's silver. He also be- jtavedthat the natioBal conventions o both parties would repudiate snch a prop- _When Mr Hiscock had concluded Mr Sherman took the floor. He character ized the bill before the senate as an unuec esaary ghost, wandering without father, without com PHOT, without guide, with no one to call for a vote upon it, and no one to demand a solution of the difficult ques- tion. He admitted that the people of thia countrr needed a larger circulating medium than m other countries, but no where else were substitute, for paper money better understood or more in use than In the United States. Mr Stonuaa attributed the decreased pncea for agricultural products to the opening ap of new fields in the West; re- duced cost of transportation; doubling of railroad mileage, and the quadrupling of capacity of railroad, and steamboats for transportation, and to new-fangled forms of trust, and combinations which reduced prices to producer) and increased them to consumers. Insufficient currency had nothing to do with it. It was claimed that the effect of free coinage of silver would be to advance the price at once to a parity with gold. He denied it. Its re- sult would be to demonetize gold and to cause gold to be boarded or exported He was for a high standard, and that standard gold. He was for the abandonment of silver as a money metal, leaving it to be used ouly as a subsidiary coin. Mr. Stewart gave, from his point of new, a resume cf the legislative proceed- ings which had resulted in the demoneti- zation of the silver dollar In 1873. He de- clared that the amendment that demone tizeil silver was never in either house. It was simply referred to in the conference report amendment number 0, so that no senator or member knew what he was voting for Mr. Sherman produced the original bill of 1873 from the flies of the senate, kept by Mr McDonald, the chief clerk of the sen- ate, to show that not ouly was the amend- DUNKIRK N. Y. FRIDAY. JUNK 6, month the a-rretary of ine treasury shall on the succeeding avmth pnrchaae a amount to supply tme uencwucy Mr of niovwl to amend thi- niuendmeut by striking out and inmjrtinij tl.'WMXiO. Thia exhausted all amendmeutB whit-h can be offered under tht> rule, and aitnongh Mr. Bland was on the HoordcnianJiugrecogni- tion he wa.. ignored b> Mr. iOVva [Bat the Mil would not exactly ,ait everybody, bat there must cDropromiae and he would support Cie After farther debate the Douse adju TERRIBLE OIL FIRE. F FATAL RESULT OF AN EXPLOSION ON A TANK STEAMER. fa GENERAL SPORTING NEWS. Basalts uf tb. to Brot Lragae and Aasoelatloii. At New Tork- Newlfork 3 0-11 OUOIUISOI-J Bam- Lit, -New Vork 9, Brooklyn U. Errorv New 2, Brooklyn f. E L'mplre.- Matthews and At PhiladelpUia. a 0 1 u 1 0 3 u "tou 230K9004 Baw hlta-Philadelphla 11, Boeton 8. Errom- PUiladeipuia 8, BOHIOB 4. 01-2 B Kniitht and Jones. At ......0 ttoonuizo-a Baw 12. Pittsbnrg 13. Errors -Chlcaaw B. Httsburg I. Baltenee-Dwyer and Buyle; Galvln and julnn. and Barnes. At game Dost- poned: raiu. NATIOHAL At New Yurk- 'ewYork .0001000 Boston .7020131 Base bits- New York s. Buston IS. Errors- yrv york j, Boaton Batteries- Welch and Buckley; Ntofaole aad Jennett At biladplphla. ..0 0 1 a 0 0 1- t 5 Base hits-Philadelphia 18. Breoklyn 5. Errors Philadelphia n. Brooklyn 1. and Clements; Lovtttand tailings. and Zacharias. At PJrtibnnt......000000100-1 Uncmuari 8 ba--e Ims-Plttsbarg 8, Cincinnati 12. 8, Cincinnati i But and Bericer; Rhine, and Umpire- MrDermott. game AMERICAN At ASSOCIATIOS. ment read and voted on in the senate, but Brooklyn... that it was amended upon (Mr Sher- a f i 2 t." i man's) motion. RorheMera. Cf 0. MATTEMON CO_ Central Ate., Leaden at rashioaaad Gentlemen untfluers II AJiCU. STEAM tULaTOia CO.. Maaafaetmenel Heabig Apparatus. SauutBTT Ploosbiaff a Specialty. H OMJC 9TKAJ.. LAUMDRT. Oar Ftae 9torta, lOc; t'ollan, te; Caffs, 4c, ami Lace CnrtAiim. Dtttiv A W. c try. iaTa, 2u7 Censor aCnwL II R. OKHW. K. Third St., eor. of Buffalo and dealer i a Fine Boots Shoes HBNBT WE1LEK-9 NEW STTOKC, 103 E. Third st. Books, stationery. Musical In aud Weekly Papers, juul pertaining to a ant class book sure, aebooi Books a specialtv. JOB PK1MTINO ol every iloseriptum and al lowiisi living by Dunkirk Company. 8 aud 10 E. second St tag rent. VAfl BCKU son. Lite, Aceidvat and General Insuraaas. Deal- i Beal Estate aad L'taaa. Particular paid to tae care of property collect- Ac. Center st. in.i VfOMBOE-a PUAJUtACf, no Central Avenue Headquarters (or Wall Paper Pa-ut .Oils, Ac. Pnmns, j. w, Center street, Mannlactnrer and dealer in Harness. Sad.'.les, man's) motion. The silver bill went over without action Senator Evarts. from the library com- mittee, reported the senate bill appropriat- ing tao.OM) for a monument in Washington City to ('apt .John Ericsson, inventor of the monitor. Placed on the calendar The following bills were taken from the calendar anil passed Senate bills grant- ing nf tsn a month to the widow of Rear Admiral Edward Donaldson and to the widow of Commander Winslow of the Kearxarge. The senate at 5-30 adjourned. IN THE HOU9K. WAsTrrSGTcj'J. June the house yes- terday morning Mr McKinley, from the committee on reported a resolution providing that the house shall proceed im- mediately to consider the silver bill and that consideration shall continue until 8 p. in. Saturday when the previous question shall be considered ax ordered. The pre- vious question was ordered on the resolu-1 tiou and forty minutes' debate allowed. Mr. Blount of Georgia had no objection i to the limit set for debate, but he was Oneonta, U informed that the chalrmfn of the com-1 uneonta' mittee on coinage would be allowed to offer all the amendments which were ad- mirable under tbe rules of the house. When these were offered there would be no opportunity for the minority to offer amendments nor would the minority have a chance to aak the honse to vote on free coinage. This proceeding Mr. Blount characterized as a wicked, shameful out- a, RuLhester Bain-nes-Mattirnuro aad Bowes: Barr and .fOiiinj. At 0-3 3 Syracuse ..10000000100 Athletic Base U, Athletics IB. Errors Syracuse 2, Athletics .1. But trries-Casey and O'Bourke: McMataon and RobiuHon. At Columbus. T.jledi Hundred Thousand Gallons of OU Up In Men Death and Several Seriuuaty Injured. OreM Deatruettesi laaeoai Combustion the Canae. PHILADBUHA, June About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon an explosion occurred la the tank steamer Han. aad Kurt, lying at the Atlantic oil refining docks at Point The vessel wa. ruined, aad 000 gallons of oil, together with considera Die wharf property, including a brick storage building, were destroyed by the ire, which resulted from the explosion. There had been no fire about tbe vessel, and ao cause for the explosion Is known nnleai It be spontaneous combustion Josam gciSN. aged 3d years, a shipping clerk, was covered with the burning oil, and so badly injured that he died soon' afterward. HABBIS SCBOSHOITZ, aged 87 years, a baseman of Engine No. 4, was overcome by heat aad the iuhalatioa of .moke, and is believed to be dying. JOBS KiRiWELST, aged 48, the steam- er's captain, was badly wounded and had hi. arm dislocated. His condition is ae- rioua. HlSHT CAMFKX, aged 40 years, wa. badly burned. He is in a serious condi- tion. John E. Storey, William Quinn and Henry Spond, employed about the works, were more or leas seriously burned by the Hying oil. ROBERT POKTET, cook of the steamer, had both feet burned. SAMUEL engineer of No, 1 com- pany, scalded about the body. JAMBS DEVISB, engineer of No. 11 com- pany, was badly scalded. WILLIAM BLACK, foreman of engine company No. 1, had both hands burned. A seaman named Blatrman was scalded about the legs. An unknown man was burned by the oil. In all thirteen wen injured, of which number Joseph Quiuu died; one is dying and the injuries of Karlweuntand Campea may prove fatal. All of those who wan seriously injured inhaled the smoke and the fumes of the burning oil, as did some of the leas seriously injured. The crews ran from the ship aa soon as the flre waa discovered, but the city ftre department went aboard the burning steamer and threw lines to tbe tugs which came to her assistance. The hues were quickly made fast, and as the tugs towed the doomed steamer oat into the stream heavy streams of water were thrown on her from their pump.. After getting her clear of the surrounding shipping the steamer, now a mass of flames, was towed OHIO WOOL GROWERS. They ara DiaasttUfled With Cortaln Prav vIsLns the MeKlnlay Bill. COLCMBW, O., June Ofcio Wool Growers' association held an important meeting here jesteroay. Among those present were David Harpatet, president ol the Ohio aaaociation, Hon. Columbus De- lano, president of the Nationalaaaociation: Judge Lawrence, Hon. Daniel Boyd and other prominent gentlemea. The wool men are not satwfled with tbe McKinley tariff bill for the reason that its pro- visions will, under a recent ruling of Judge Butler of the United States court at Philadelphia, admit clothing wool at a duty imposed on coarse carpet wools. An effort will be made to get the senate to so amend the bill as to remove all doubt on thin point, and make plain the clause de- fining carpet and clothing woola. In a recent suit Judge Butler held that wools named in the third class aa native South American, native Smyrnla, etc., though improved by the Introd uction of Spanish merino, or English blood, still re- mained u carpet wool, and eould be ad- mitted aad classified for payment of duty w such This, the wool growers main- weeps away the good effeet of the McKinley bill aad makes an amendment necessary. If the decision is sustained GENERAL NEWS. JEALOUS OF ENGLAND'S OCCUPA- TION OF EGYPT. and the bill allowed to remain unchanged all wools of foreign countries, notwith- standing the improvements, will be ad- mitted at carpet wool duties. Hereto- fore, carpet wools improved by merino or English blood, were classified clothing or curbing wool, and pay duty accordingly. Judge Lawrence made a strong speech in favor of insisting upon an amendment to the McKinley bill that would effectu- ally stop the importation of cloth wool classified as carpet wool He was followed by George H.Wallace of Missouri, secretary of the National as- sociation, who spoke IB a similar strain. The whole subject was carefully gone over, several letters being read, showing the bud effect Judge Butler's decision on the bill. Judge Lawrence and Hon. Columbus Delano were appointed a committee to prepare resolutions expressing the views of the association on the question and an adjournment was taken to allow the com- mittee time to prepare their report. CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW IN CHICAGO. Be Addresses Large and Enthusiastic Audlfnce In the Auditorium. CHICAGO, June M Depew of New York will henceforth hold a cher- ished place in the grateful memory of Chlcngnans At the Auditorium last night Mr Depew more than made amends for any antagonism to Chicago's interest dis- played by him during the incipient stages of the world's fair preliminaries, and be British Wish the Slave Trade on the Upper a Thorn In Sultaul Oereaao Blgkts IB tb  e. CABK a ctx. L 333 Lion street. Qeaeral Hardware. White Lead.OUs.Painter'i} a upoiica. Oil Clotns, Una i te Ware. A ty of 3herwtx. Williams Paiolaad Ho nroe range. KVLUIO, sucb as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Prating Company. 9 aad 10 E. Second st. R Cor. Third and Buffilo Dealer m branicr-. Marble, Fiairgias' and before Buying rage on .he minority. He thought there were many men on the Hepublican side I who would vote for free silver tor fear of the president, who was m accord with the secretary of the treasury, and both were in accord with Wall street. If tee majority I ami the president yielded to the money power the masses of the people would hereafter dictate and enforce legislation in their interests. Mr Bland of Missouri said that every man who voted for this resolution voted against free silver and those who bad not independence enough to stand up against gag rule were unfit representatives. Mr. Cannon of Illinois said the minor- old allies, mile Ambulance flrst La Tosca second, Sallie McClelland thirt Fourth race Elm stakes, for allies: Gloaming first, Druidesg second Tulla Blackburn third time 1-57 Fifth race, mile- Torchlight flrrt Folsiim second. Pagan third, time 1-28V y mile: Daisy Woodrui time, 11 fl e Nantura 3econd. third NEW Yi Mr Springer said no amendme News of the Ring. i. June dispatch waa re- ay from Luke Short of Tejt., offering a pu; Building Stone. Call on yoar side-mlk. RK T and a Beat front, Whisky, Wines. Brandies. al Uquur Store lor Family pOBUCT ai'KAI. Lion street, aear depot. sale reed and Uvery stable. Srahling by the day or week on reasonable S-AJf J. OirrOKO, 301 Central Ave. (Up ueneral losoranue and rirr, Lite, Accident, and Live stock frampt attention giv an to bavins and sawac Heal Estate. Tc. JUMBO. 3S E. T.irU st., cor Deer. axcerjtnr PooJBr- Market. Fresh, Salt anil Lard, Sauaaaes. Oysters no- W ATCXKS, MX. ;Buy toe Aurora Bailmail Walcb. Bepaixtag a specialty. Irank f. StepJ. SIB. Third st W at. MOCKn. Merehant Tailnr, Central a venae REWARD! le chairman of the com-' mittee. He denounced the action aa in- tended to prevent the representatives of the people carrying out the will of the people. Mr. Williams of Illinois said the van and Joe 3 the match id protection and suggest, that take place in October. The natch between Joe McAuhffe ilrain for a purse offered intuu Athletic club of Lonj A.IIFUIH was willing to SFI, the negotiations forthe match of coinage to stand by the interests of their people. Mr McKinley said that the resolution was intended to give the house an oppor- tunity to pass some silver legislation, which would be in perfect response to the general sentiment of the country It was to give the house an opportunity to pass a bill that would take all the silver buOion of the United States and utilize it for mone- tary purposes. After .more discussion the resolution was adopted-yeas t'20, nays 117 Mr. land next week. Haen at Latonta. LATONU, June races hen yeater- Crawfiah flrst. day resulted as follows. First race, 1 MB miles: secoad' Bonaletfn third; time, T race> flrst, ijttle Prince second, SUver Lake third; time' 47' ud rSCe' Bowling secona' Blount voted in the affirmative aud moved secona' time, a reconsideration. The Republicans 4vho voted in the negative were Messrs. Ander- iiiTl- stakes> for 3-year- son of i Kansas, Bartine, Connell De Haven, featlieraton, Funaton, Kelly Mor- row Herman, and Townsend of Colorado J.o Democrats vuted in the affirmative" The motion to reconsider was olds. IX miles: Palisade first, Riley oud. Good Bye third; time, fifth race, 9-lu Sorceress third; time, voted with the the motion to table. of offend the stitute. bill as a sub- 1 for any .-as. siek i oeaiipaaun ur CoaDveueas Vocable Liver Pills complied with Vegvialilit. aail never bul t> VIMUVVS fOla. 2. 1. rttiu, and. iinitanone. The fticuedonl; by JOHS c. W B fcy tBAUACT. U geuuae ,na. r a ?ti sJkT k T the great South American railroad schemes. Messrs. Brown and Towers, di- rectors of the road, and Mr. J. H. Mai- system railroad, tn the world when i H t .SI iHT ONES: m WILED PEARL TOP SEC A A POLISH WOMAN'S FEAST. Devoured Bad Bggs and Died] from the EBseta. BtrrALO, June Amelia Sweiszing, a Polish woman, living with her husband at 97 Bowen street, died on Wednesday morn- ing after a mysterious illneas dating from Sunday oight. Coroner Kenney investi- gated the case, aad from wild rumors, at ftrst started by neighbors about poiaoniug, etc., it was thought that the case was either one of murder or suicide. After a careful investigation by Coroner Kenny and a post-mortem examination by Dr. Murphy, it wag shown that on Saturday laat the woman a lot of bad eggs, paying cents for a half dozen, which she prepared on Sunday The eggs wen in a pntty aged state, and caused both the woman, ami liar hus- band to become violently ill Aa the hus- band ate ouly one of them, he recovered in a short time. The woman finished the re- maining five and died from the effect. The poxt-mortem ejutmination sho did it iu so handsome a manner'that he won the enthusiastic plaudits of the thou- sands present. well aa Mr. De- pew has rtasffli-to.be proud of the snccess of the evening; In size, the audience was certainly the largest that ever listened to any srt public speech in Chicago, and tn completion it was fully equal to any that ever Hllwl great Auditorium The only of a floral character; a big floral h misphcre Inscribed "World's Fair, to the right of the stage and a beautiful bouquet of American beauty roses and caila lilies ou the sneaker's desk. The eierdaea, aside from a brief intro- ductory by Mayor Cregier, consisted solely of Cbauncey M. Depew's rpeech on "The World's Fair When Mr. Depew appeared on the stage fallowed by Stanley Waterloo, president of the Presu cinb, there was great ap- plause, though A more enthusiastic wel- come to the speiiker of the evening oc- curred later after he had partly completed his speech portion of __..... have brought snch a pressure to bear on the local authorities in Egypt that they are reluctaatly compelled to execute, the decree. against the slave trade, adopted in deference to European Influences, but never intended to be put into actual enforcement. Owing to this negro slave, have become very scarce and costly both in Cairo and Con- stantinople, and there la no prospect of replenishing the Many harems are left entirely to the care of old women, In whom the average Turk has but little confidence. It is probable that Lord Salisbury's cab- met will make some terms satisfactory to Che sultan, although no steps are being taken toward an abandonment of Egypt, and there is probably no intention of taking any snch step. ANULO-GERMAIf BIGHTS [S AFRICA. The Times' leadlag article ou the rights of (iermauy and Enxland in Urica isex- widespread comment inasmuch as the writ, r thereof is believed to have been officially inspired, if. Indeed, tLe article nof penult in tbe forntoi office. The other newspapers, without regard to leanings, vigorously rrotusts against the proposals contained in the article that a mi-asn re of uonrttuuun nbould be made to Urrmany's claims in Africa, and many uf the (o-nuals uaqualitiedly commend that Germany is the one to make concessions, which England should make no delay in insisting upon. It is quite evident from the drift of popular opinion that the government would be bmlly worsted in a division iu parliament on .my question of I'ouniience in its African pulicv, .iii.l there is suspicion that the pres, rn.ibly inspired .irtltle was put out as a A -I -PH-IOlra CHARACTER ARKrsTKD. Tlie police of Weisenbacli. Germany, h ive I'or some days pant shadowed a new iu thai wboseassoi'larlou with men of So, uilNtic and Anarchistic ten- dencies made him an object of suspicion. Through patient inquiry they learned u Underwear. Men's and Boys' Summer FLANNELETTE SHIRTS. Arf Advme sad special references sent on REMOVAL. I Dr. Oeo. B. Bla..tham b. no better place Roses, Sum-roses all kinds of fine ornamental plaute. coleus toruatoe and cab- plants, than VANOERMEULEJTS OREfilf HO178E Cor Eagle and Seventh 8ti. i..rili-HDrei. ses coal and houiie. ban.laonm vcrin.la and vestibule, bttvk Uit antl nutaiite blinds. liiiiuNimifly nunoreil m-wiv painted inside an.l sink I titcben and for li't iSJlm "1 ROOMS TO RENT In the Merfhnn Iniiuire of Jacob Wlrtner or Frank May. INTERSTATE COMMERCE. that there was arsenic in tbe stomach, hu Dr. Murphy states that in the decumpuei tion of the egg a substance in formet Identical with arsenic, which causes gaa- tntia, aad this brought on choking, o which the patient died. The portions o the stomach of the woman, which cou ained tbe poison, have been given to City Chemist Tanderbnrgh for analysts, in or- der that all doubts in the minds of credu lous people who believe in the theory of suicide or murder may be dispelled. Wltk the West Point Cadets. WEST FOIST, N Y June 8 -Yesterday the committees of the Ijoard of visitors were very e'lasged in collecting report which is about the only thin.} that a board of visit- >rs has to do except ro enjuy themselves rhu treasurer's office and the disburse aieut department were looied alter by th and they seem to hare de- Itfhteii with what rliey found In he afternoon, in addition to the regular veuing Jresn parade, the rill took place, the boomini; nf the big Tuna being distinctly heard at Xewburg, welve miles distant. To-day will occur a cavalry drill school of the soldier mounted. Poker Chip. 9aved Him. ST. PAUL, June Lyons, a gamb- er, kuown all oveo the West as "Dia- uond shortly after midnight Wednesday morning met Frank Schafler, desperitte young criminal, who had just Dished burglarizing the Dawson block, n the stairway in that building. Schaffer mmediately whipped out a revolver and red tone shots, one of which crashed iato Lyons' left pantaloon, pocket, be- tma Battened oat against two poker chip. and. remained in the pocket. But ir the chips the bullet would have passed .to the groin and probably proved fatal Schaffer was arrested. Tlldra Will Contest. Nsw YORK, June Beach in the upreme court yesterday signed the aod- ngs submitted by the plaintiff in the Til- ieo trust case. The judge holds the be- uest for the trust to be illegal and void and incapable of being carried into effect 1 a Judicial decree. Governor Tilden is ound to have died intestate as to the res- taae of hb estate. The executors are di- rected to account for the estate and to uav to the plaintiff, Col. George H T11- ate share of the residue. There in likely to be still another appeal noon thr wetfcaw ntiMd in the preaent trial Amendments to the Law Beard by the Cannnntn. June 8 -An interesting of tbe senate interstate commerce committee was held Wednesday A P Walker, chairman of the Western Rail- way association, a former member of the interstate commerce commission, made an argument in favor of the amendment to the law permitting railroad cuinpanies under suitable regulations, to divide com- petitive freight trafflc No action WM taken Tbe committee also heard D B Smith of the Toledo (0 Produce Ex- change, and Oeonie M. Lane of the Detroit Board of Trade, in favor of the following nmendment to be placed at the end of svc- of the interstate commerce law proposed by Mr. Smith: "It shall also be unlawful for any com- mon carrier, subject to the provisions of this act. to charge a higher rate of freight per ton per mile ou the same commodities from Interior points to the ports on the lakes than the rate per ton per mile charged from the same interior points to New York or the Atlantic seaboard; and the rates eastward from said lake ports at no time be any higher than the lowest rate per ton per mile which carries eastward from said lake ports receive on their current tariffs from Chicago to New York, or than the lowest rate per ton per mile which they accept from their connec- tions on rates from any interior points to any of the Atlantic aeJboard ports.'1 READING RAILROAD CONDUCTORS Forsake Tnelr Order to Situations. Rutaln Their PHILADELPHIA, June Nearly, all of Reading railroad conductors who were members of the Order of Railroad Con- ductors, a tieneflcial fraternity, have noti- fied the general manager that they have severed their connection with the organi- zation in conformity with a demand made by the company The men were given the choice of leaving tbe service or leaving he order, and so far no resignations have )een received. There Is growing dissatisfaction among the men at these orders and others of a vexatious character. The superintendent of the N'ew York division recently issued a general order requesting all train hands to shave off all their whiskers, except their mustache, for the sake of uniformity on he division. The order was not enforced mt it aroused a great deal of feeling which has been intensified by the late crn- ade against tbe beneficial orders. Casket Manufactories to Combine. ROCHESTEB. N. V., JuneB.-Negotiations re in progress looking to the consolida- ion of a number of leading casket manu- aetories, one of which Is that of the Stein Manufacturing company of this city. The capital stock will be The firms lat will be represented have work, in Rochester, Oneida, New York, Hoboken, loston and Chicago. The properties are ow being appraised, and it la expected that the Bouaolidatlon wfll aoon that was Stengleit: that he had recently returned to Germany from New York, and that while m America he was au ardent ailnurer and follower of Johann ii'st Yesterday rhe police visiti-.l Steu klfit's lodgings, where rrwy r .and a nf explosives and n supply of se- ditious Stenglcit made hie appearance while his room was being searched and wa. promptly arrested and locked up. Cardinal Lavigerie, archbishop of Al- giers, Is training a number of negroes as physicians with a view of sending them to Central Africa. In the Houae of Comnoas. LOXDOX, the house of com- mons laat evening Sir James Fergusson, under foreign secretary, stated that the government was iu receipt of official cable- grams showing that there had been no landing of French armed vessels in Nova Scotia ND threats had been made, nor hail there been any refusal ta pay taxes, although resolutions to that effect had been voted. The channel tunnel bill was rejected by a vote of 234 to 1.13. The house in committee on the tithes bill rejected by a vote of 340 to 197 a proposal for an equit- able revision of tithes in accordance with the altered conditions of husbandry The division was taken under the closure rule. MILKING A DISEASED COW. Dlsgastlnc Detail, of a Trial IB a BuOalo Police Court. BUFFALO, Jane examination of Frank Schrettenbrenner, charged with cruelty to animals in milking a diseased cow three times a day and selling the milk to customers, was continued before Judge King yesterday. The evidence was com- plete and disgusting in its detail.. It was clearly shown that thia man had caused a half-dead and terribly diseased cow to be milked, and that be had mixed the Im- pure milk with milk from other cows owned by him. The rile mixture was dispensed to his customers, thus endan- gering the health of everyone who used it. The justice was highly incensed at the defendant, who had in the meantime se- cured an attorney to defend him. The lawyer made a great effort to clear his client. Schrettenbrenner received a sting- ing rebuke from the justice, but as he could not understand English very well much of It was wasted on him He wa. held In bail, the highest that could be demanded, for examination by the grand jury of the court of sessions. The prisoner gave the required amount of bail and was released. Buffalo, AMKHK AN BLOOaT. 2 Main Street, NONE7 Our motto ..SecoBd fe motto None." We wish none ,n your Try CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just recpiveii a full line of OTBEQAR AM IMOTG, Equal to any in the city, and it prices that will pay you to see him befoi purchasing. Hill Too to Rec.lr. Visitors. ALBAST, June account of the pressure of visitors at the executive cham- ber, who desire to see the governor in tion to the bills remaining In his hands, Governor Hill was yesterday compelled to' establish the rule not to any callers during the next three days except state officers. The thirty working days allowed to the governor for the disposition of the hills will e.rpire at midnight to-morrow, ant about IS) are yet to besigned if they are all to become laws bills Signed b; Governor Hill. ALBAST, June Hill signed the following bills yesterday: Providing for a medical examining board from each medical school: amending act for licensing physicians and surgeons; enabling di- vorced women to release in Choate right of dower; to qniet title to real estate; reg- ulating price of in cities; relating to supervision of foreign mortgage com- panies; establishing tbe medical examin- ing board: amending toe corporation art; relating to actiona on partitions. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this mate. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the beat shoe for the money that has ever been of- ft-red to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street We wigii to imprea, upon ow out of town in view of the changes in the Uritf tod the prooable increase in the cort of nearly all kin.ls of dry the month of June month lor them to were nover lower than they present in our atore. tariff bill prices must go up. in sateens and aad summer wash fabrics Of all The balance of our spring ttock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following in underwear: Uentlemens blue mixed aa4 drawers in medium at Me. pw Htllt. Balbriggmn underwear 50c. per suit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirt, aad drawers at each, 40c. Ladie.' Jersey Tests as low aa each. Ladies' balbriggan rests with fan trimming, only ISc worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vests at 35e. White ami black lisle thread Jansrr vests ac 7.V. each. Silk vests, nil color., 75c. each. Linen prictn will be coiulderabl vanced if tin- tariff changed. prices are. much below even prices, and we are telling doe napkins, 1) Dyleys. etcr. bargains Wew styles in parasols. New styled in New styles in hosiery. Headquartert in Buffalo Rugs, Draping i IOC. ad- Cur Manufacturer Importer, HAD ST, BVrTALO. Diamonds, and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, vixv. A COHPLB-n fjjff Qf MAIN STREET. Iroaaois, Hotel. AND ARE Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures iNEWSPAFERr NEWSPAPER!   

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