Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 6, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 06, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol., xx DUNKIRK N. Y. FRID V Y. JUNE «. !*•*>. NO in; B HE rn ES ENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS* YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE AND SENATE. \*rw Kl LIX* VIUUI>r tor rilling . til k u> la «»l blaaka ta ti*** iau—t u*t» *•» k** M>rtukairal I a* part uh* ii I <if 4*wnkirk|Pnttting * ma pan » I a LM I'tUIK’l ( ‘HW A Central A wo na, • ML All crx.l«-* of W . 4| Laai#r, -h.u *•••*» 4 (bv    Carraav*»o-»eO‘«e •oi ic I tat I. aii<t Won*! Y ard, TW* i)o*m*ita* Statal Plate Hsr-t an>t soft coal, anti l-*tk rrw for »t..»ta»ai« »>(« BK. UirroKD. "Ti aa.t SS» ( antral Aw • Artistic Phot* isra plier. I oaten ta Baun* Pttocofrapiis of B«Ui*» a •peoalty aee*l not w»,t tor aunslitaa takix*. | Sitter* #t.-epi for Bonk BINUKKY -J AU KO lavi a«*. Pro-prietor, Sn. IO I. -tacos*t .treat, sear Bnf (kin a treat, Dunkirk. SI. f. Wa^a.u.-a, He st, Paoi pit ta ta, ck-., boon-1 ta ail atrlaa. orUer* arooiptK uu-nteU u>. All work guar** tew L 1} ll KA HtK'1 I IPN KRKY HOI II, I    WsUalral    A    ran    aa. W iowan.a anti reta. Irater ta is porte-l an<l Hi mas cm I ti aa. «*Uk*swara, Ac. ■UVU. tta«an, Si per lay. bono I. as ated ie in •tnnsc.Loa V tc.Utr Baler, V'~> an t £17 Lion Street. U I,aer? aa<i • ITV H tKHtK IMOf < tuM. Ma«w. Prop., I .Bk** -*li<.re NaUoaai Bank. »r*«*r an I Tutni steed*. A ioa atnafc «l L I' atter Canter r ore ten ail.I OoaMXOc • tga rn. e (ON KLIN A WW. .Ste (eater * treat, •ticni Boree elk Jara. Particular allentain •ifai interfering Horse* *ta*#*»ng of r«Sk1 J troika# Boreas a Spaeiaitf. I) Oilkk KVKMINU Oiler Kl IK. I .ar gee I Hair ta tile i on a try. An uaeq u ai lait *i»«r tau us .un ii u sn. J tlNkl HK K.MtjOf KKINb (OSP.|>l YJ    lorweiir    -seHaw A Copy Is. MiaMMNkl K.iirnee, Boder*. Pulleys. SAn fting linnacii. *u■.    Patterns, Forgis**. < a-L,ug», ami Bacin sa Work kl oniar. I ilNklKk SHIRT ML Jug, JHI ani Si Lr Cantar street, Man u fa*-Hire re of Uh Cromwell’’ anil “Dunkirk” j*arfe*-t - Slim* Ureas Mort*, is anta in ail iemtiug (urinditu* i'touiiug ami dry goo*la tnnises a Dunkirk. D.r toomfy. CU and CW Linn street, linier ta Flour, Feed. AIL Bated Hay, Phos- pkatee, ete.. katabt»*tae>L IYH t and ionian baa nm, In.on an traiua am! bun* MOTYL int pot. feuasy arcana bl lniuw't. Bast a*:couiimitations •ar*-tai Traveler*.    _    ^ Iona J. kl irpuy. Prop. for Co* ’ MLI Kb A CXA, J    (7    ami    e*    K. k'b.r*! etreec Fine Furniture, ( abtaet Ware ami Up a .tinier ag. Pi ca** re Frames aim la to or tar. ^ IL «irriio> A UC .BU t en erat Ave., .mailers bf F ann me aa* I t**n Lie turn on (A tiara ITKAX MILA MNC* UC it AXU. (CanaIm’tart)re af -Henrn Heakag Apparatus lavii terr Pi urn rn a* a Specialty. H Oil ITIAX LAC AUK V. Our fpeciaitiea. Flee Shirts. Me; ( ollarn lr; Cuffs, I*', and Imre I artel na. Free Deli? ery. A W. Cumm.uf»> **7 Center street. || ac oatHx. E. Tktri sc, cor of Buffalo ■saufm-turef and .tenter in F ur Book* A su.ws HINK) WriLKKA SIX -(TOKI. HIS I Thin! sc Books, “ta uoneryjlxejea^^ (VKI , ta ll ti Ut-. ?*..*>ks a * pa<-i ai tv. parte* Bing Mike a OH PKI?*TIMO of every •truman ta, Mag ax. are. Daily amlt^eeklv Papers every Burg parts, at ag lo a tr»i class book •bv re .I Insert ptmu sad kl west living rates by Dunkirk Printing to on puny. S amt kl E. -econd bt J H VASI ML MAM A ta*?*, Fire Lite. Accident and to-m-rai Imturaaua. L*enl-M ii Bnai fiscals sad Loans. Par.ieuiar •UauUon paid to ike .-are ti properly collect, t ag rents Ac., ii * t enter SC. -it.I Moor. y|0>K0K * PMAMMALT, we Central A venus Mea*!*)uartem fur Wall Paper Pa.at ,»His. Ac. 1)KKklSS, J. rn.. JUS center streec Manufacturer amt dealer ta Harness, tat-:.es, Bridles, Cut mrs, I'm aas. va k. pa, Buffalo Bohea. Horse C'*ivers Glove# Mittens sad sleigh Bodes I I Vt MOLTO*. r. _ 17 ^ f tsbtonabta rat tor. mett advantage to .mil on elsewhere. Third street I <*eauemc.i will gad it lo I ie fore pur-'ti as, ag t> M. I AKI A LAK. .    -ISS    I.nm streec tsenerai Hardware,'* hi ie la*ml,< nls.Pa.nter’s supyuss, Oil cl.uns, brast* Ware. A special* tv of -harwm Williams Pa. at aa*! Mo erne range. I LIX*, surd as blank-hooks. ledger*, and ail kinils of blanks lone ai Dunkirk Printing Coin pan v, » gad IM K. Second -L Iv • it I (OL PH XtlUWKBAlX IL    Cor. Thml aud Buffalo bts^, Dealer ta *>ran.te. Marble, r angiag and Buiiiitna -tom*. Cml on me before buying your suie-walk IWAMI R I « «K. 7 amt a East Front -Lreau W hiakv, W iaes. Brandies, vr^uerai Ctuaor lUirv tor Flatly Ct E)0HLKT I IH. C    loou -u-aac neat .is icptic Boartiag. SnMe, lewd and Livery -tabla. •Hauling by the day or week un reason attle MV m».    _______ k-AM J. ti LETO MO, Xii C'entrmi Avn. (Up ^ stairs , <*euernl lusuram rn anil Baal Estate %««nc Fire, Lite, A«-*:idebc and Lava -u-k i us ursa* a. Prompt attention fv »b to buying and selling item Estate IV JOKIC 78 E. Tktrd sL. coe l*eet kxneteow Meat Market. * reek. Salt Nhukr.1 Ueata, La* C -sauaage.-. »>y «ktm Pottitry. an«i VV VV v A IL HE*. JIWILR1. A* ‘Buy Ute Aurora (railroad w a ie a Lr pa. ri ag a vpe* .atty Freak F. *tapf. s3 E. Iktnl sc M. MOLK EK, Mer.-naut Tailor, TIS t entre! Avenue $600 REWARD! W E snit pay tee aknee re sart for any cam at Ll ver i oui pin, ac Dyspepsia, -** k Hrada* h« I udiftvUt.s, onai.pauon or t oak venewt w* csastU can! w.tli We**t’n Vegetable Liver Pills when tike dirert,ous are sin. tiv compiled wifk They are purely Vegetabn.. ami never tail k give sausLn bon -user .mk-t. Imrgeboaes , .rn tai ut us W Pilta. SS <-eau. Beware of .-on a k i felts, an.t imitationa. The geuntae rnaau f* ared only by JOHS* C WBirr A CO. reM bv M*i* koB’s Pm nan act. D kirk, N. Y. tksmaa Delivers a Lengthy Adin the Amate ow the kllvnr MUC Pension Mills Passed—The Hush Alew Indulge, in n Spirited Lebsts .rn the Xtlvee (Question. WAJtBixeTOM. Jan# fl-Tlte eeoitt* gftwr routine foiainew* yesterday Uiorum*. balk up the silver bill and Mr Uiacoefc took th* floor He believed til ai a ana jn city of the people were oppunml to ope ut ag the amu of the I*mud States to the free ‘‘idmage of the wortd v sUver He also bw lie veil that the aaUugal coo veil (iou* of j bock parties would repudiate such a prop-unit u >u v* lien Mr Hiarock had concluded Mr j Sherman blok the floor He character iie*l the bill before the senate an an unuec ! *^«x»ry ghost, wnudenug wa bout father, without compass without guide, with no I ! woe to call for a v*de upon it. an*I no one i to demand a solution of the difficult ques- I j tam He aduurted that the people of this J J country needed n larger circulating medium than rn other countries, bat no where nine were substitutes for paper 1 money better understood or mon* in MB I thau in the United States. Mr Sherman al rn hilted the < lee re seed ; pncee for agncultural products to the opening up of new gelds in the West, ie- ; duced cont (J# tranaportatiou. doubling of I railroad tniieage, aud the quadmpting of capacity of railroads and steam boats for trauaportatiou. and to new Tangled forms ! >f frusta and combinations which reduced prices to producer* aud increased them to , consumers In-ufflnent currency had nothing to do with It. It wan clsimed that the effect of free coinage of diver would be to advance rbe price at once to a ■ P*nty with gold He denied it Its re- ! •ult would he to demonetize gold aud to cause gold f« be hoarded or exported He wa- for a high standard and chat standard g'.id He was for the abandonment of silver an a money metal, leaving it to be used only as a subsidiary coin. 3fr. Stewart gave, from hut point of view, a re-ume of the legislative proceed mg* which hail resulted in the demooeti- f lation of the silver dollar in ISTA He de- J .dared that the amendment that ilemone tiffed silver wa- never in either bonne It i was simply referred to in the conference report ameudmeut number ll. so that no senator or member knew what he was voting for Mf Sherman produced the original bill ut !"TY from the flies of the senate, kept by J Mr McDonald, the chief clerk of the sen- I ate, to show that not only was the amend meat read and voted ou in the senate, but that it was amended npoa his Mr Sher man's, motion The -liver bill went over without action. Senator Kvnrta, from the library com- I nut fee. reported the senate bill appropriating ESMBX) for a monument in Washington • tty t*» I apt John Ericsson, inventor of the monitor Placed ou the calendar The following bills were takeo from the calendar ami passel! Senate billa granting pen.-iona of frm a mouth to the widow ^ Admiral Kdward Dooaldsoo ami i t«j the willow of Commander Winslow of the Kear-arge    • The senate at 5 :1) adjourne«l. - IN THE HOISE. MfflxuTt.'f June fl. —In the bouse yester* lay morning Mr McKinley, fnim the committee on rules, reported a resolution providing that the house shall proceed im- I tuetiiateiy to cou-ider the silver btl! and I that cimsi* Ie ration shall continue nntil 3 p rn Saturday a lieu the previous quest urn shall be coo-tdensl a* onieretl The previous question was ordered on the resolution and forty minute*' dehute Albiwed ^ Mr Blount of •*e*«rgia had no objectimi to the limit -et for iWlatr but he was iuf**nne*l that the < hntrsira <if the committee on < «.inage w«mkl lie allowed to offer all the amendments which were ad-nit—able under the rules of the homw When these were offervsl there would be 1 no opp* wtnadly for the minority to offer aniemtiiieuis mu* would the minority have a chance to ask the house to vole on free ( ooinage This proceeding Mr Blount chara* ten zetl aa a wicked, shameful oat- I rage on the minority He thought there were mauy men on the Republican side who would vote for free silver for fear of the president, who was rn accord with the secretary of the treasury, and both were in accord with M Bill street. If the majority ami the president yielded to the money power the masses of the people woald hereafter dictate aud enforce legislation in their interest* Mr Bland of Missouri said that every man who vote*! for this r—olution voted against free wiver aud tho— who had not independence enough to stand ap against gag rule were unfit representatives. Mr L annon of Illinois said the minor ity could offer any amendment that they could un«1er the general rules Mr Spnuger -aid no amendment wax to be offered to the bill. except such as might * be suggested bv the chairman of the com mitt— He ttenounced the action aa m-' tended to prevent the representatives of the people carrying oat the will of the people. Mr Williams of Illinois said the reno- ' lotion was intruded to prevewt a majority from leg i-la ti ag He appeased to member* of the other sole who favored free coinage to staud by the interests of their people. Mr McKinley said that the resol anon was intended to give the hon— an opportunity to pa— some silver legislation, which wonl*i 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 bullion of the I uited .State* and utilize it for moue tary purpose*. After more discussion the resolution was adopted—yeas UU. nay* 117 yr Blount Voted in the affirmative aud moved a recons!* Ie rat ion    Lhe Republicans who voted in the negative were Me-er* Ander sou of kansas. Bartine. Connell, Lie Haven. fVarherst—1, Funston. Kelly, Mot row Herman, aud Town—od of Colorada. No LArui.- rat.- voted in the affirmative. The moi iou to recouslder was tabled—was UL. nays I!!} Messrs I* -at he rat on and V ancle ver who voted with the CVtnocrata on the drat question, voted with the Kepublicans on the motiou to table Tbs bill having been read. Mr Conger of Iowa offered the caucus bill aa a substitute Mr McComas of Maryland moved to amend the substitute by adding to —ctiua A the word*. “And the purchase of stiver bullion shall be suspended while tt is being •o deposited for coinage * Mr. Tty lur of I ll Inola offered an amendment to the original bill providing that lf the not amount of silver bullion received •hail bn lens than B^JUu.uuu in any month ‘he —. ret ary of the treasury shall on tbs s., 'cee*,mg month purr-baa* n snfll* tent - mount to supply the is«. macy Mr O Duo or ll of Micutgan mil, vsd to ameed the emend mr ut by sin king out e.BHuem sn* in—rtiug f! *M»0. This exhausted ail amendment* which can be offered Uudrr the rule. ..na aitnough Mr Bland iran n the floor,!,.oar.,Lug mcngm tion he vt. i+u-jTcd U> Uu speaker. Mr Conger of low*a -aal what the bill would WA exactly -OII everybody, bul there rn n-r tv a compromise sod be wet lid ■Mi pp* tit tar 1 i'd Ai Lr I-rther debate the house aue>ucterd TERRIBLE OIL EIRE. FATAL RESULT OF AN EXPLOSION ON A TANK STEAMER. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS. Besuit- af (toe Manses ie tike Brot Beride agee asg Asse* la! lea. na vans* uLtuca. At New Yurk -New York  ..........J    X    •    •    S    i    t    •    A—ll a I- • Brooklyn    .•••lait Base i*tts New Turk k. Brooklyn ll. Ijroc New York S. Brr -A lyu I batterie* Ewing sad Ewiug: Murphy and Dally. I ut pi re* Matthews and a alining At Phi]«*ieiphte-Pt* l lade I punk.........A OIA IOSUA—    A Bo-iuii    S S A A A 0 A A *—    OI Haw tut* Ptiiiatlelphia ll. B, vt Urn A. F.rrom RI* 1 lade 1 pa la 2. Boetos L Batterie* "Htitdsrs and Milligan. Had bourne, IC*"ii and Nwett. I eni*re--Knight and Joaea At I hit ago - Chicano ........AAAAXSIS    A- A Pltf-t.uru .......... A    A    0    S    J    A    A    A    *-!* base nit- A hit-agti IX. PlrtsOarg UL F.rror- q hi.-mg*. I Hittsharg L bai ter aw Dwyer and Boyle; Maivtn and Mu mn. Cminnie DsfTney and Barnes. At ( ievelaad-A leveland-Bulfalo game punt- j polled, ram. sanes at. uaack At New York - NewY.irk .....0    0    0    I    0    0    0    A    I—* B*let00    ...........7    0    t    0    I    S    I    A    *-U haee title New York A. Bust OO LL Errors New York A. Boston I. Batterie* Wei. h and batkisy: Nichols and Ben nett Ctnpire ffrguakl. At Btu I a. ie I pl* la Philadelphia. ... .0 0A13010 I— A Brooklyn  ...... A l00A§0AA-5 Bane tut* Philadelphia IX Brooklyn A* Error* t’tuiadeipLia L Brsskiyn L Bstterie*—ole—on an*! < I emeu ta. Lovett aud Stallings. Cm lares- Powers ami /aw, Lariaa. At Pltt-i*arg — Plrtvburg............JU A A A A A I A    A-    I cincinnati    tSIAS001*-0 Ma**' hit* Pl th* burg V <'ln<innafi US. Lrrt.r*. I itt.-burg 4. C lo* .anat. i. Batterie- *- ti rn nit sad Berger FLU tues and Harrington. empire- McDermott At (’level,uni ('laveian*i-('Un sgu garu* p**t-ponsd. ram. a URR i< av a as* >• n a no a. At Brooklyn — Bnvfkivn..    3A10AA0AI    I—    A Ro* (teeter    22AAA1AAA    A—    S Bn-e hit- Bn*tkl\ n A. Rtv’h«*ter ff Kl r*,r* Broukiya s. Ko* Ue-fer A Bat lr-r e- Maltiuiore and Howes, barr and M< Luirs. C in p* re—I (*>esr hor At rac'ise -Syrwuve... lAAffAAOAlAA A— 3 Athletic . A 0 0 I    A    A    A    A    I    0    A I— 3 Baar tut* Syracuse IL Athletics lo Error- Syracuse 2. Athletics J. Barter!*-* t —ay aud U Hourke and Bt t tx I im>n Cmpire Toole. At Coiumhua - (.‘**4 Sin I ait*.    A    A    I    I    A    I    A    A Toledo ............. IU4A0AAA Base hits Columbus 7, Toledo A Error* ( omnibus A Toledo L Batteries -imfh and sage; W-liner ON on nor. Cmpire- Barnum At Lou:sviils— Lit ut** 11 ie ..........A    I IN. Louis...........A    I haw hits-- Louisville A Errors Louisville A BL Batterie*- Mesa rn and Many an. I Ut pl re E mal ie. HW TONS VT AT* Kell At J oh ll-to WU J.jhnetown J* to\ vrsvi.te. UT Oneonta. IL At Cth-a— Cth’a. A; CohieskiiL $ At Albany-Albany, I; Troy. I Mc Mahon Eight Hand red Thousand (cai loss at OII Mw lpm Isukt—Two Mea Hurt*ad ta Death and Several Xerheualy lajsrwd. Oeeel Destruct!** at In ne * 1 as ( uabtutlva the C PEILA DEI BH % Jane fl-About 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon an expitmioa occurred ta the tank • tea mer Hana sad Kurt, lying at the Atlantic oil refining docks at Point Breeze The vessel was ruined, and ■xxi -UUU gallon.- of oil, together with considers bls wharf property including a brick storage building, were destroys»i by the Ars. whit U resulted from the explosioa. There had lawn bd lire about the vessel, ami an cause for the explosion is known un tens it be vpoataaeou* combustion Jiit*im MLIXX, aged XJ years, a shipping clerk was covered with the burning 01L and so badly injured that he died sou* Afterward Ha AK la N* Ko > Bul TI. aged 37 years, a boe*man of Engine No 4, was overcome by heat ax«i the tnhaiatioa of smoke, aud ie believed to be dying John Kaiu.WKL XT, aged 42. the -team sr i captain, was oadly wounded sad had his arm dislocated. His condition is «e nous Hexet CaICFKX. Aged 4U years, was badly burned He la in a serious eoudi Uon John IL NCorey, Wiiiiam Quiun and Henry Spood. employed about the works, were more or lex* seriously burned by tbs flying oil Ro a SRT P.BTET cook of the steamer, had both feet burned. saki kl Linn, engineer ef Na I company. aes I tie* I about the body Jane* Dkvixi. engineer of No ll com puny was badly scalded. William Black, foreman of engine company No I, had b*>th hands burned. A sea.aet, named BUurman wa* scalded about the legs An unknown akan was burned by the oil. In ail thirteen were injured, of which number Jo***ph Quinn died, one is dying and tbeinjuriesof Kart wcunt and Campea may prove fatal All of those who wars seriously injured inhaled the smoke and the fumes of the burning oil, as did some of th# lee* seriously injured The crews ran from the ship as soon es the Are was discovered, but the city Are department went aboard the burning . steamer and threw lines to the tug- which came <0 her assistance The Lines were quickly made fast, and as the tug- towed the doomed steamer out into Lhe stream heavy stream* of water were thrown on her from their pumps After getting her clear of the surrounding shipping the steamer, now a mass of flame-, was towed a distance of a mile down the Delaware, where she was run aground Hare for four hours water was poured into her from the steamers which surrounded hmr Her deck plates are warped nit of shape sad she will have to be rebuilt. The Hana and Kart was a tramp tank ■teamer owimd in Hamburg. She wa* loading with oil for Hamburg when the explosion occurred in one of the tanka. The damage to ship and cargo is estimated at tiffO viUb The Atlantic Oil K* An mg company's property is damaged to the ex tent of tS (JOU OHIO WOOL GROWERS. They are DInstUIv*! With CT ftalvM at the X* tikicj Tariff BUL Con mblx. O., June fl—The Ohio Wool Jrow**iV association held an important mreDug here yesterday. Among those present were David Harpster president of the Ohio association; H a Columbus Delano. prescient of the National as*** lathe*. J udge law reu.v Hon. Daniel Boyd and other prominent gentlemen. The wool men are not -an-Are! with the McKinley tariff bill for the reaxon that its provision* will, under a recent ruling of Judge Butler cd 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 -enate to so emen.l the bill a* to remove all doubt ou this point, aud make plain the clause de-fluiug carpet and clothing wools. In a recent suit Judge butler held that wools name*! in the third class ac eat ive south American, native Muyrma. etc, though improved by the introduction of Spanish merino, or English blood, still remained ss carpet wool, and could be admitted aud .ic**;Aed for payment of duty cs such This. chs wool growers main tam. swr-eps sway th# good effect of the McKinley bdl and makes ae amendment Fee assary If the decision is «u.-tained and the bill allowed to remain uuc banged ail wools of foreign coon trice, not with standing the improvements, will be admitted at carpet wool duties. Heretofore. carpet wool* improved by xaerlno or rlngii-h bi**vt were classtfled clothing or curbing wool, aud pay duty accordingly Judge Lawrence rn a* ie a strong speech in favor of m-i*ting upon an amendment to the McKinley bill that would effectually stop the importation of cloth wool ■lass! fled a* carpet wool. He wa* followed by George H Wallace of Miswourl. secretary of the National as -o* latum who -poke is a similar strain. The whole subject was carefully gone over. several letters being read. showing the bud effect of Judge Butler's decision on the bill. Judge Lawrence and Hon. Columbus Delano were appointed a committee to prepare resolution* expressing the views of rbe SMMs-iatioa on the qoretion and an adjournment wa* taken to allow the committee time to prepare their report. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. JEALOUS OF ENGLAND’S OCCUPATION OF EGYPT. British I ais rf* ease With the Xlavs Trail* am (he Appar Nile a Thor** la th# -ult***- Stile — A* (lo - tier ai an Bights ta the Dark Cont toast—(.«ra**n Fallcw Capture a Xappa*ed .4ear* hist. CHAUNCEY M DEPEW IN CHICAGO Is I.Mrv*** m I.arf* and Eathustsstle A ag lese* la th* Aaditarium. I'M Ic .!• hi. June fl < hail ne* y M. Depew and A POLISH WOMANS FEAST, Died A I « A 0 A I- a 1 i a 2 a 1 a- a *t Lotus 14 I vansfl By sa Hamas y and Harris Fsrh K*>-««. Nrw York. June A —First rare, yesterday. S mile Dr Hasbrouck tirst. Kil terse -vrcoud. Pre ak new* Ism third, time, UM “re uud race. Kam oat'ax handicap. I *4 oui**** Tar tgon ti ret Kiev* second. Bar noter third. time. J ill V Third race. L's-anovia -rakes, for 3-yeur- old flllie*. \ mile Ambulance Aret. La T.stca a coml. Stiilie Mct'lelland third. time. LIA Fourth race. Elm -takes, for 3-year-old Al Lea:    Gltsiniing    And.    Druidens    second, Tulia Blackburn third time, I 57 Fifth race, \ mile Torchlight Aret. F >ls*'tn uraxd. Pagan third. time. lJ^. >ixth race *4 mile:    Dai-y M\sj*lruff Aret, Belle of Nan turn second. Iago third; time, I Ll News at the King NKW Y >kK. Juu* A.—A dispatch wax re-eeive*i here v*-*teniay from Luke Short of F,,rt W,,rth, Tex., t ffenng a IIU.OUU purse for a tini.-h tight between John L. Sullivan ami Joe McAuliffe. Short guarantees fair play and protection and suggests that the match take place in October The proposed match between Joe McAuliffe and Jake Kit rain for a $4. UUU purse offered by the Puritan Athletic club of Long 1-laud i* off Kilrain wa* willing to go ahead with the negoriarious for the match, but McAuliffe. cm account of hi* mntch recently nogie with S La vin. was compelled to call it off McAuliffe leaves for Eng land next week Ahs Devour**! fits (tad Kgg* sad tram tbs kffeets. Birr ald. June fl—Amelia Sweixzmg. a Polish woman, living with her husband at I 37 Bowen street, died on Wednesday morn mg after a mysterious iiinxxH dating from Sunday night. « oruner Kenney invest! gated the ase and trunk wild rumors, at Aret started Of neighbors about poisoning, etc . it was thought that the case wax cither one of murder or -auride After a careful investigntlon by Coretier Kenny ami a post mortem examination by Dr. Murphy It was shown that on .“mturday last the woman toughs a lot of bad eggs, paying A eve ta for a half dotea. which -he prepared on Sunday The eggs were IU a pretty aged -tate. and caused both the woman sud her husband ta become violently iii. A* the husband ate only one of ti.em. ha recovered in a short time The woman Ani-bed the remaining Ave an*! died from the effects. The poet mortem examiu.itioa chowed • that there woe tree toe in the »t > mach, but Dr Murphy state** that in Ute decomp*altin ii of the egg a “Uiwtance is formed identical wu h arsenic, wnich eau tx* gas en ria. and this brought ou choking, of . which the patient died. The port,one of the stomach of the woman, which contained the poison have been given to City Chemist Vanderburgh for anairsi*. in order that all doubt* in the mind* of credulous people who believe in the theory of suicide or murder may he dispelled of New York will henceforth hold acher i*hed place in the grateful memory of <'hieing*111* At the Auditorium last night Mr Lh*pew more thau matin amentia for any antagonism to ('hicago s interest displayed by him daring the incipient -Luge* of the world'* fair preliminaries, and be did it in so hand-to me a manner that he woo the -lathimiaHtic plaudit* of the thou sand- present. Chicago Dress club. as well aa Mr Depew. has reason ta bx proud of the -access of the evening. In size, the audience wa* certainly the largest that ever lt-iened to any -et public speech in Chicago, and in comptoir mn it wa* fully equal to any that ever filled the great Auditorium The only decoration* were of a floral character: a big floral ti mi*phere inscribed ‘World’* Fair.    to the right of the -rage and a beautiful bouquet of American beauty roMea and calla tines on the ipeakeF* •leek. The exercises, saids from a brief introductory by Mayor Cregier consisted solely of Chauncey M Depew * »perch on “Th* World * Fair • When Mr Depew r.ppearesi on the stage, followed by Stanley Waterloo, president of the Press chib, there wa* great ap plaii*e. though a more enthuaiafttic wel- locked up London, Junx A—Advices from Con scant ample represents that the sultan ha* ax pressed anxiety to the British govern ment to be permitted to resume hi* etui trot as *u re ran over Egvpc. the British fortes now in that country to give place wherever necessary to Turkish garrtsona The Turki*h sovereign look* with jealousy on England * prolonged occupation of a coati*ry which baa bean considered a valuable portion of the Ottoman empire and yielded a handsome tribute to the alway* impoverished treasury of the ports. It is reported, also from Constantinople, ah sr a powerful motive of wishing to get rid of the British I-their interference with the -lave fraus along the upper Nile The supply »>f negro -laves for Moslem harem* ha* come almost entirely from the upper portion of that river, and th* English have brought such a pressure to bear on the local anthorine* in Egypt that they are reluctantly compelled to execute, the decrees agaiust the slave trade, adopted in deferent's to European influence*, but never intended to be put into actual «ufort.-einvut. Owing to this negro -lavas have become very -carrs and costly both in Cairo and Con -tantinopL*. and there is no pr*w*pect of replvnishiug the market. Many hi re ms are left entirely to the care of old women. in whom the average Turk ha* bat little confidence. It I* probable that Lord Salisbury’* cabinet will make some term* satisfactory to the sultan, although no *teps are being taken toward an abandonment of Egypt, ami there is probably no intention of taking any such step A NO UM* I KM AX git. HTS IX AFRICA. The Times Seeding article on the right* of (icrmauy and En*laud in V.fries ie ex- j Cl,mg widespread commem inasmuch ** the writ. r thereof is believed to have been officially . us pi red. if, indeed. t~* petiole a is not penned in toe foreign office Th# other newspapers, without regard to political leaning*, vigorously 1 rot»**r* against the prooo*al* contained in the aril. ie ti, st a measure of ire nr—Mina should is* rn a* ie to Germany's claim* in Africa* ami anniv af the journals unqualiiiettly c< un me ut I that Germany 1* tile one to make ct acesaiou*. which England should make no delay in insisting upon. It 1* quite evident from the drift of popular opinion that the government would be busily worsted in a division m parliament on tuy question of can (Hence in it* African polit. >. iud there i* a suspi. iou that the pre*, n. »bly inspireil irticie was put out a* it feeler A *1 Fit lots CH A KA CTEK AKKFSTK D. The police of VYei***u)Mte b. Geriuany, h ive for some days past shadow et! a dew earner IU that plate w bt ate asst slat iou with n,eu of So. ialHtk and Anarchistic ten deucies made him an object of *uspicioa. Through (Mi lent inquiry the- beamed that hi* name wa* .“Aragieit. that he had recently returned to Germany from New York, and thar while in America he was au ardent admirer and follower of Johanu jk< st Y»s*tertlay the police visited atta girit's ltMlgings, where they f and qua lit} of explosive* anti * supply of dltiou* Ut -rature StengK it made his appearance while his room was being retied and was promptly arrested and TTT? TTT STORK WIND O W SCREENS,    I SUMMER CORSETS, JERSE Y MITTS, HAMMOCKS. ropes SPREADERS and CROQUET SETS, BASE BALLS. SUN HATS. DUSTERS. SPRINKLERS Light Underwear, Men s and Boys Summer KLANN K LUTTE SFI I RTS, EFIIE STORE. XI’ 11 Rh HR* w t.STKD U^n. sud rn men lf usei 1 ut Biz piv “iea<!y * »rh tiuuli tree. No experience aeetletl. J. t£c<*«*x VA hit *Kt, iur»ervaisn, Roc heater. N. I S « *1, VI a»hi d . i 1 t 1    * )' » ’* ui 1 dee Fsu-ut*. < avi-so* sad R** l.**ne* te,-tired Trade Mark* retrial**re,I hi I'striU btisiuese .;t»ndiicie»l tut inutierale Itee*. I ii for int Un. Advice sud special reference* sent on requent lf’', till I* >'*♦',ll till 4 H(»NTH can be rn cir vt AWI IX    workiag (or us Person* pre term! who can furnish s horse sod give their whole (nae to lhe business. *psre in turn ^ oiv be pront-sfciy rmpiovrfj sis**. A lew vacancies in towns uni ctues. B. F. JOHNSON A I U,, rots^ Vtam Sc. Rn ninon*!, V c to batter plffcce St a la-roues all kinds of KKXOVXU I Dr (»e«K K. Bi*, kin*iii has removed tai* odP-e sud re*iileuce lo '••». S£& Un*** •treel. turin Hoc es—lo *. rn. nil hiniq, i p. ut. till I p. ta. Midday foreutw.n and w*>ekdsv eveiuior* by apptsutuieuc TFiftf is no tiny Rose*"* weeping-roHFs, titiv“ ornamental plants, «*olt*us geraniums, tomato^ and <*aF>-hagt- plants, than N ANDKHM KULEN’8 GHEEN HOUSE Cor Eagle and Seventh Si* I iii l»uv ( “.» I •« > V t* sI re#I S con ’euient --rotroi taott*e ;r brl he* pre*-**e, ct tai anti wood honM, handstnne v eras, It sud vestibule, back sitMtp .sud sn,nu house, •cree* dour- soil Window*, storm sashes uni outside blinds, handsomely papered, Bowly tai a tell inside and out, wafer anti sink in in-ben anti h-dr-t*i for lawn. Lot MMxItata, sew tide w.ti Is, fruit trees, garde* and bot Isil A 1 tar g a. ii ROOMS TO RENT ^ I* the Merchant* H.tuk.Builtiing ^ Inquire of If    Jacob    Wirtueror    Frank    May PHY pOODS AfMD CaF^PET3. ADAM. IEM &ANDKBS0M AMKRlt’AX Ht.tta k :ilMi-4o2 Main Stry'ft, Buffalo. ...    .    N. V. SECOND Our motto in Ntiiie. ” We wrisli non** in -re. TO NONE. ‘ .Second lo to 1*^ sect»n<| to your service. I rv u* arni CARL SCHAUER come to the •peaker of the evening occurred Lifer after he had partly completed hi* speech INTERSTATE COMMERCE With the VV est Point Cadet*. Weft PoI\T. N Y , Tine A —Yesterday Uke committee* of the I SJH rd at Visitor* were very biwly e imaged m cuilxctiug mauri I for their tao aal report, w hick is abtatt the ouiv thing that a board of ust ore La* Codo except to enjoy themselves. The trenxnmr’* o.Ike and the dl*bur*a-tueiit depart ncnt were kwkisi alter by the visitor*, and they xxiii to have been de-lighted with what tliey fo*.ad there. In the afternoon, in addition to the regular weuing drew pal'a, Lr, ihrsen-coa* bit Eery drill t«s'k pi.v e. rbe b>s>Tming of the big gun* tieing dt>rinctly heard at Newt arg. twelve ms lee di*rant. T.day will occur a cavally dull school of the *ol«lier mounted at Lstusla Latonia. June fl—The races her; yester day rexulted a* follows: First race. I I IU mile*: Crawfish ll ret. Dyer second. Boualetfa third, ti aaa. IMH Second race. I mile Germanic Aret, little Prince second. Silver Lake third, time. I 47 Third race, l’x oiilew Prince** Bowling firer. Wary -econ,I. (two starter*! time. 2:17 Fourth race. Himyar stake*, for 3-year olds. I S, miles:    Pahsatle Aret. Riley sac ond. (iood Bye third. time. - OI Fifth race, A-id mile Jeannette first.    ^    m    the    pocket    But Manuoaa second Ssjrcereax third; time.    chip#    the bullet would have pawaed 54,44      j    into    the    groin    ami    probably    proved    fatal Schaffer wa* arrested Poker CNI|*o 4*v«d Him. ST Pal l Juzie fl - Bob Lyon*, a gambler known all oven the West a* “Diamond Bob.' shortly after midnight Wednesday morning aret Frank “Chaffer, a •iesperqte young criminal, who had just finished burglarizing the Dwwsou blo* k. on the stairway in that building. Schalfrr immediately whipped out a revolver and Ared three shote, one of which crashed Lyons' left pantaloons pocket, bela Lie a c«l oat against two poker Ta fun it set WUK tbs Paw-A San ANTONIO, Tex , June A — It has been stated here that Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad aum are at the back of the great South American railroad scheme*. The Tildes I* ill twat est. NKW \oKK June 4 -Judge Beat h intne s ipreoie court ve-tenlay signed the find M-..r7 Browm r.,-«,VoT |W tud *>T.tte pUIMIV rn th. TIU tvci^n, of lh. n»a. and Mr J H. Mal **'“ i™** C.“* Tk*    th' lory of the Cn«hiug sud Mallory Hail road Construction company, were hare several day* last weak. and they let drop the hint that the Burlington and Missouri line would be extended from Northern Kamoi* through this city directly to Aransas Pans. where it will connect with the Pan American line, making the greatest system of railroads ui the world whan complete que*d for the trust to be illegal and void. and incapable of being carried into effect by a judicial decree. Governor Tilden is found to have died intestate as to the resin ae of his estate The executor* are directed ta account for the estate and to pay «*xr to the plaintiff. Col George H Til den, his tears of the residue There la likely to be still another appeal upon th qeneOcos re lead in tha present trial A rn sag mon ta ta rh* Law Heard by the senate (oui un I tee. WaaHIXoton. June A- An interesting wagon of the senate interstate commerce committee wa* held Wednesday A F Walker, chairman of the Western Rail way aaanrtntioa, a former rnemlier of the interstate commerce com rn lac mn made an argument in favor of tha amendment to the Law permitting railroad coni patties. under suitable regulations, to divide com perm vc freight traffic No action w*x taken The committee also heard D B $mich of the Toledo (O) Produce Ex change, and George M Lane of the Detroit Board of Tnote, in favor of the follow! ag amendment to be placed at the end of sec tion 4 of the interstate commerce law. proposed bv Mr. ^mrth: “It -hall also be unlawful for any common earner, subject to the provisions of thin act. to charge a higher rate of freight per ton per mile on the same commodities from in tenor po (ut* to the port* on the lake* than the rate per ton per mil* charged from the same interior points to New York or the Atlantic wa boa rd and the rates eastward from said lake porta -hail at no time be any higher than the lowest rate per ton per mi la which carries eastward from said lake ports receive on their current tariffs from ( hi«*ago to New York or than the lowest rate per ton per □aile which they accept from their connection* on rate* from any interior poiuta to any of the Atlantic teaboard port* ” READING RAILROAD CONDUCTORS (.ardiuai Izivigeiie. archbishop of Algiers. is training a number of negroes as physicians with a view of sending them to Central Africa la the UottM of Coot moas. London, June 6.—In the house of coxn mon* last evening Sir James Fergusson. under foreign secretary, stated that th* government was in receipt of off!, tai abie-gram* showing that there had been no landing of French armet! vessels sn Nova .Scotia No threat* had been made, aor had there been any refusal to pay taxes. although resolution* to that effect bad been voted The channel tunnel bill wa* rejected by a vote of £J4 to 153. The house in committee on the tithes bill rejected by a vote of Mo to IYT a proposal for an equitable revision of tithe* in accordance with the altered condition* of husbandry The division wa* taken under the closure rule 59 East Third St., Ha* ju*t received a full liar of Tft rn MILKING A DISEASED COW la a Bu fflaio Forsake Batata Their of The! r Ordsr to situation*. Phyl adet PH i a. June fl—Nearly all Reading railroad conductors who members of the < >rder of Railroad Conductors. a iieneflcial fraternity, have notified the general manager that they have severed their connection with the organization in conformity with a demand mark* by the company The men were given rhe choice of leaving the service or leaving the order and so far no resignations have been received There is growing dissatisfaction among the men at these order* ami other* of a vexatious character The superintendent of the New York division recently issued a general order requesting all train bauds to shave off all their whisker*, except their mustache, for the take of uniformity on the division The onler wa* not enforced, but it aroused a great deal of feeling, which bas been intensified by the late era “ade against the beneficial orders. < asks! YI <*u u fart orts* ta to ta ta tar. Ro* h FSTTR. N Y , J line fl —Negotiations are in progress looking to the consolidation of a number of leading casket manufactories. one of which 1* that of the 5tem Manufacturing company of this city. Tha capital stock will be Ak) UUU The firm* that will be represented have work* in Rochester. Line Ida, New York. Hoboken, Boston ami ('hicago The properties are now being appraised, and it la expected that the w.usolidatioa will soon bx effected. Disgusting Details af a Trial Foil** Coart. Buffalo. J one fl. —Th* examination of Frank Soh ret ten bren aer, charged with cruelty to animala in milking a diseased cow three time* a day and selling the milk to customer*, was continued before Judge King yesterday The evidence was com piece and disgusting in its detail* It clearly shown that this man had caused half dead and terribly diseased cow to bx milked, and that be had mixed the impure milk with milk from other cow* owned by him. The vile mixture wa* dispensed to bis customer*, thus coden germs the health of everyone who used it. The jiiMtice wa* highly incensed at the defendant, who had in the meantime secured an attorney to <Iefend him The lawyer made a great effort to clear his client. Sc h reft* n bren aer received a sting ing rebuke from the justice, but a* he could not understand English very well mach of it was wasted on hun. He w*a beld in £!,i)U0 hail. the highest that could bx demanded, for examination by the grand jnry of the court of session*. Th* priaoner gave the required amount of bell and wa* released Gov. Hill Too Busy ta Revel vs Visitor*. Albany, Jane fl.—On account of th* pressure of visitors at the executive ( ham ber. who desire to see rbe governor in rein non to the bill* remaining in his hands. Governor Hill was yesterday compelled to establish the rule not to sex any caller* during the next three days except stat# jllicer* The thirty working days allowed to the governor for the di»p»*«itioa of tbs bills will expire at midnight to-morrow, uh! about IMI measures are yet to be signed if (hey are all to become law* VY# wish lo    u^ou    our out of town friend*, in vi*»w of the prof >o*e<i change* in the tan lf and the pro ti a I de increase in the cost of nearly ail Wind* of dry goods, that the mouth of June will he |rni month for them to *h<*p.    Prices were never lower than they arg at present in our store. If th* proposed tariff bill price* must go up. pa.*xe.4, VV. are raar. LZ 32X E({iial to any iii the city, and at prices that will pay you to set* him Infold purchasing. BUI* Slgssg ky Gwvsrssr HUL ALBANY, June fl,—Governor Hill signed th* following bills yesterday Providing for a medical examining board from -ach medical school, amending act for licensing physician* and surgeon* enabling di curred women to relearn in Choate right of dower: to quiet title to real estate reg ulating price of ga* in cities: relating Co supervision of foreign mortgage com pattie*, establishing the medical examining board, amending the corporation act, relating to actions on partitions We haw the largest assortment of PatHitf Leather Sho^* in plain and light-colored tope, hand and machine sewed. We carvy a complete line of NKT-TLETON S Vin** Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of thin make. You will like them. Our GENTS’ $3.uu Calf Shoe in Rutton and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the bent shoe for the money that ha« ever been offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and Fie convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street ottering *pl**udt*l bar* gain* in sateen* aud gingham* and *11 rn mer wash fabric* of all kinds. The balance of our spring stock of cloak* are selling cheap. VYre quote the following baigaiaa iii underwear: Gentlemen a blue mixed shirts and drawer* rn medium weights, at 50c. per suit, Gentlemen s Balbriggan underwear, 50c per suit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirts and drawers at '2f»c. each, the. goods. Ladies Jersey ve*t* as low a* IOC. each Ladies’ balbriggan vest* with lace trimming, only |.5r , worth ific. Good grade Jersey vest* at J«5c. (each. White ami black bile thread Jersey vest* at TV. each rh Ik vest*, all colors. 75c. each, Linen prices Will be considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our price* are much below eren 'arrent prices, and we are selling floe cloth#, napkin- U Oyfeys. towel*, etc?, at rara bargain.*    - New stvlcs in parasols. New styli* in globes. New style* in hosiery Headquarter* in Buffalo for Jt 'arpxt*. Hug* Draping and upholstenng^faorics. Reldrn and AM KRU AN BLOCK. :t<x;-+0't MA IN STR EET. BIFF ALO, N T. iadeisoB, CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN *T., HL'PFAkl>. JI. Y. DEALRR rn Diamuml.H,    Watchrs and Jewelry, Orick*, fliiverware, [.esther (we*is, etc. Kit GR A Vt NG, (iiJLtJ if 3/L VUU PLA TIN  A Co MPI.RTK UNB OF Holiday Goods MAIN ST HK KT, OplKNute (roMitm* Hotel Go to Monroe’s for Curtains anc! Fixtures wwinLAMP CHIMNEYS BRCAX? VOV CCT TMS WROMC SSOT, THE BIGHT ONES (■dunPEARL TOP ANO ARE ’ • Vita Sly ll GEO. A. MACBETH A CO.. PITTSBURGH. PA. ;