Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 14, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 14, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol- xxDUNKIRK N. Y SATURDAY. JUNE G, l**>. no la-. hepkesestative jCIVIL SKhVICE INQUIRT. 6 USINESS H0USF3 REPORT OF the INVESTIGATION BV THE HOOSE COMMITTEE. OF DUNKIRK WPM Kl I IX. H.UMI'f t r rulilii sit kiuU* <*f Monk*    *»Hflto«*    *<>    ; ll rtuau'tl I»#p«irt*u#nl ‘»f 4 I. BK A JI IMW* (J al *o*« Wood TyrLJN A ( en trail Aveuu#, off!#)**** **•iW Cat* pttuOA All *T*ir* <»f liar*! ted    J• W .41 LuuniMrr. Stuagl#* *»•»    rp***f • ljV    <    mit***!#****tl*ru«ae tor *bol***l* lot* lalidtBd. Bk. «*im*KI», 22:; Att*! *® tentra) Ave. s ArtiwUr **le*uirr*J»t»*r- I asta* W««n Phutoffrapk* ..I ll*)***-* rn *p«fuaJty •m^I aul wan f*»r *ua*kiu«! soler* •seep! f‘«r I)(M»K HOUr.KI -JAMIN I MV IWM, Pr.i- fe praetor, >•*. I# It.    itrwtl.    near Baf- (»ln .uwl, l‘auliirt. N. Y-    M« sui,    I***!!.-!    ii* All teyte*. * iraler* prwiapUy Att. ii. Im I bt. All w<wk <f<iaraal##d- ULKIHKKN ( WMK ICKY MMM NC, H    *► Central Avens#. am! retail WAi*r ta I • pocwu •»> KMMW' Chi HO, (il**#WW#, A*'. I <MAtTA( ijl A HOtlCl, " I    fcUUt!, ll (WI- IAT. I.iierr aa*I SbtBi <1i nd Cil.it* ta <*«taae>'lir>a V i.-b»r Kt'lrr, IU*I VT. I.* »a street . .ITV H (KHCK MUH' V y    «    bas.    axgto, Prup,, Under I Ak.* "li«>rr N tee taal Km*. '.tater Aa.I Itu raj •lr##u.    A bae -ba:I of Fwrvqm «ii<i Ia.tOfMin* i min. i lUAtUN * MINI. t >    Bf    t eater •trweL, Prartieal ihtm thteri PArlteuisr a lieu cow Mil* tau t (* r<un ta tea#*,    staeiiif of I trot Ll UK OOI At a a apeetalty. II I ML IKK MV KSU NKA OHM KLAK. torgrat Gaily I* the County. Aa unequalled atu*ru .mr iue.huta .I NKIKK KbUISUIlIIU COMP A.AV. I 9    |>.,ru*et!v    Nfiit* A Popple. *• an ufa* lurer* of feugi ara. Holier-., Pu i ley#, bb .IUag llA.tp.ra, ck . FxUerna, K .rg.uva, ( auaffi, Aiel H e tau* Work u» artier. t 11 A Kl KH AM I KT OR AKI. M Aa! MR J I (.eater atreel, Mahutoiura-m of the ‘cr.iaiwell” aa.1 **i>unkirk’’ perfect - Minn# I*r> ae >tan». tm **l«s ta Ail k-adin* furn*-*i» a#, • a puuLtrk, .‘.lout.ag Au* 1 try g<M»ls b..uee« I k K TOOMKV. 11.    «M    aa<t    Ail I water ta Flour, Keen, pbatee, ck*. Kata) n 1 Atle. I, I, IOU Att S#L ait, Hateti Hay. Itow* knife. U«irM. Ant im a. it a a.*- a, I a a .a I* L*ep«*c raev ».■.»-•«« a. ah lr ai aa auh bu#* aeaa Monte* Heal accum i*‘»d*U‘>**# for Coal* aer. tai I raveler*. loan J. MurpOy, Prof* K MI. CK.* a AO., (7 aaa Ai £ l lorU itnat Eta* I* st rut lure, 1 Abt aet lb ore »n«l U p-•otMter.ng. Picture Frame* aueie bt order. O. MATTBtMfeN 4 UR KU ceatr*. Ave.. ea.|.-r* tf P ar In .« in ! (aeoUetaett nu ta lier* STRAM Mb. %ri.A(* to. ll (KA1.I aa u tar Lurer* af H tea at Uranus Apparatus Sanitary Plutabia* a *i>#(-,a.iv OIC VTKAM LH AUKV. .4 Oar apetualuee Ti ae Abt ria, Mr; (NO.ar*. ie; cc IT-, 4e, aa<l Las# I nrtain#. ► r**e Deitv wry. A W. cumin, ag*. NT ceotar atreec J j K. OKUM. K. Third at , cor. Munuf *eturer an.t teaiena of BoiT*u> Pi aa Boot* A OI. AM HAN KL WKILCK'I NKW ATO HK, HK K Third st. Htxiti. subuucrv. Moat, ai la tit uaea U, Mig att a*A,tiai y atuiWeekiv Paaer*, awI every Ult 1 4 peria. *.u4 bt a drat <-!%*• Um.K • tore Acuoo. iuatk* a -p»*>-taiiv. J* MI PKI.A TI At. of evei lo«eat Uviug rate* by teat rip ti oq %u«l at UuuKtrb Prtauug ( ouipaay, e< ao.J Iii IL 'NA'uaO ac It. VAN HI Kb N st Ac uieat aa.t ireueral ta Beat A .Mate aho L ama, fe-re Lite, I u-araca*. Lu*ai->«tM. P iraruar uu-uc q tot ta (to ear* .if vroftrty 1^1 fajita ____ AiL«L_Aa t. * it. I #§<*•..' USUI Ae. UA Uaater ac. itl l dotr. ON KOK A PH AKU At V. WI) I eutrii A Ce US ta *(.•0.1*4 tar vers (or Wail Paper Pa. it I .Oil*. Ae, »> IC K K I A A. J. M . Alb Center street, Kau u ta* lurer an ttieaier ti* Hat hum, A*«l,lieA, BrtJiea,« ta I ara. Trunk*, VA fe pa, Kuffato Boiiea. H**«ieCover* i*l»»ve* M tteu-an*! 'ueign IC..lie* I) Al BOI TKA. I ,    17    Baal Thinl •treet, Faaue.aabie Tailor. «ova Heme u will bal it bi tfletr *.1*antae*’ b> rail on ne Mef.tre pureboatua elan ar bara. I) K. CAKY A UR VB Lout atreaC * »ener*i Har I arare, W hi ie la-.wi,« uln.PaiaterS Aupotiea, (HI I iotba, Cran Ie Ware. A spaetai-ty of ■'berancVN .'l*aia* Pa nt ao»l Monroe range. R I LI Ai*, s i«-t) as biank-i*».k«. ie*lifer*, ta i ai) kia*ia of blan IU lone at liuaktrk PrtaUag Com pane. 8 an i lo K. At-ttM.l AC Kioolph koluohu lh, Cor. rbini aik1 Buffalo >ut, lieaier ta craaite, ll art.ie >*440* anti Buiktiug AOM. Call on me before buying your Aitle-waik R IAI.AV A CIR 7 natl I Kaet front -treec WaiaAy, Vk’tnaa, Bran.he*. «* 'cerat Liquor Autre for barney l a KMHKKT MO. Lion *tre«c near the lepoc B*tar>itag. Aaht, be**. I an. I Livery a tabla. StabliBg by Ute Oar or week ob reawvnaiiim ana Ate J. eirroKO, Nil Central Ave. ti p ^ ,Utr»i, leenera Iuauraa»e au>l Heal A.-.tau Aaeac lire, Life. At. ..lent. au<» Live stock I na ar awee. Prompt auenboa giv»a b) bayiag an*! aeibug Beal KeUb* Lie loader C. Campbell Foist! (iailty et a Breath of lHaripilae ta Copying ti est iou* In tike Civil Ae r* tee b. lamination— Tan Report I ensure* the Com miss.oners for Laxity et Ulsrlplim. VI* ASBI xiiTo't. lune 14 •'The aatert cobi-rnittee of the bouaa in**t ru» test to iovaad-<axe rue * Carve* twat ast rh* civil servkw 'Omaiiseion y enteral ay luLruitteil it* m-port The cowmittr* ha* ex am toed iwvfety four wttneaaaa and ha* com* to th* '•Rowing road aal on a deduct cd from th* ’amti-anay tatoo On th* Aret charge, affecting th* cood act, rare nth rn aud pro motion of Alexander C Camp ball, brettor in law of Com ana* loner Lyman. che cum rn it tee baa arrived at the follow-ng corn Iusiom It appear* that rampb*U •opted certain question* of th* general •xaminatioA se ne* few departmental aer rice, together with their answer, at th* <wque*t of Mn Isabella Smith, to whom be gave them Them- paper* came into the banda of Mr Flynn, a person engaged a coat: hi ag applicant* for office about to rake the cl Til mr vt. e examination. From th* «viMent-e of Mum I Ha boe y. it *pt>**ar» that Flyun offered to aeR her bene i|ue*Cioua, she being at*.ut to rah* he examination. Sh* refused to purchaae Ute quesst Iona. balk the exam t ant ion and 'ailed >h* recogn,red th* qiie-tloos aa th* ou«m being shown her by Fly an. The ar taction of th* co rum lim* otter* wa* ailed to th* conduct of Mr I ump heil Mr Oberly, Mr Lyman anti Mr [JoyUt ach in vent 1 gated to a grearer or lean extent the charge* against ( ahi pf ell, aod I und him guilty of a br*ach of tit.*ciplin* |.d Im reprimanded If the adaunt* I .• uiou of th* civil service ss a* not to fall uto I is; aplite, Mi I 'axnpbell should have been diemiswid Hi* retention indicated < roan Laxity of diam pit a* ami show* that che ml ministration of the cotnmumion wan not at that tim* «uch aa to receive or merit pubic confidence It 1* submitted that if the coot ru taal .rn j hml ti is. barged it* duty with proper vigor tnd regard for the public it would ha** become manifest that Campbell’* reteu :ion wa* uoc defensible, anti it would see ta I to follow that if bi* retention wa* not proper hi* promotion wa* not warranted The com rn it tee report* that it cannot arc -pt a- *ari»factory the answer of Memsra i in»*riy. Lyman and Doyle that th«y believe that th* question* Campbell copied were . J mo (et*, The fact* diAcloaral to th* 1 >iiun. sNiot* convince* it that the omiamon i to a*c-*rtatu the truth wa* a* reprehend hie a* to have tlisreganled it after it had tweu amertaiued. and la little ie** culpa I hie. anti whether they failed through in inference or partiality to learn the facia, >r knowing them, faded to take such action as the public service obviously de-(nauded. ta not a matter of great co use queuer the ueglet t of duty IU either case 1* ct iud flu lied It §)..1- (.wen 'U**)*stei that < 'oui rn iv sionera Ktsjaeveit aiel Thompson are de serving of censure f. r not having taken iccitin in the Campbell cane. The committee report* that it doe* not j share in tiiat view (_m rh* contrary there 1* nothing iii their conduct to chailetig* j lit ic ism When their attent Min aaa ; aliet! to the matter by newspaper report*. they calissi the part ie* concerned before them, -o'parately anti without the oppor-1 > unity of their cotife vmg with each tither, tad there wa* a concurrence of statement that the matter hail t>een fully iuvetitigat-<si anti ('auipiteil punished and it being a* to them re* adjuctara they dhl not take 1 further action in the matter, and in that the committee thinks they were thorough I ly justified I he comm 1 rte* report* that it ha* mv**-tixausi the charges against th* connu iv Aion in relation to the pra»m«>tion of Ed win D Hailey, another clerk of the commission. aud in relation to the appoint me ut of Thomas Mitchell of ('ounecticut ! to a position iii the pension office, and ha* j fount I that the action of th* commission iii both esses wa* nut contrary to th* law J and rules .»f the commission aud in noway I tre they censurable A charge was also preferred agaiust th* •omuiission redectiug upon the cuurw pursued by them m th* case of Mr Shidy, who wa* an employ* in th* postoffice at VIdwauke* and discharged by th* p«M»t-master for giving the commissiuuerA in ftirmaiioQ when th«y were investigating the affair* of that office After his due I ciiarge th* commi»*i<>a*rA recommended Mr Shidv for a position in the ceusua (Tice. which wa* given him In this cai* 1 the com iii lAsjt liters report that it i* unable to riud anything to cntidMB in their behalf They did nothing in their official I capat try rn the matter of giving or sectir tug Shidy employment, but a* individuals, in the view of his effort* to aid them, they . recoin mended bls empiovment to Mr. I Porter who gave him a clerkship lu conclusion the report says -With regard to the conduct of the civil service ■ commissioner* in matter* submitted to the committee for investigatiou. we find: j Flint, that Commisait.nerA Roosevelt and I Th.‘inps«»n have dLscliargrai their duties auh eutire fitielity anti integrity; second. < that the offit ial conduct of I'ummivunotr Lyman ha* been characterized by laxity j A dtecipiine in th* adnuuistratiou of th* aff dr* of the coinauwuon and 1* therefor* censurable. * The committee also report* that it will proceed at one* to investigate the workings of the system ami present a *ubi*-q 1 tent rejsirt The committee also submit* a resoiution that a copy of thin report. together with a copy of the testimony taken he seut to the pre*id«ut. AN INuisN O JTBREA* FEARED. Moat ara Sett Hr* Alarmed Over th* ( k#ir«H«>' Warlike A IIH a.ie. MILEN ( ITT, Mont,. June W -Th* ant rod* of the ( hevenne Indian- coo tm aes to be rn et i.u. tug. though no overt ack ha* oc CBTre*l stud* the killing of Ferguson Ow lug Im cue fact that th* Iud lea* barat eft their reservation and are -caff. -s-d aver tlo; ou.itry in small partte*.    rn are thoroughly ai .rasl sad are semliug 1 women and children into town la iacg* no a* Lier Indian lookouts are on mil h.^u pi.mts and are countaallv signaling • i»y mirror ff,»snes and blanket cod* ¥~-«utily Indians have r *port*d to the whi*** that there ta to b* aa octbreak and i they are now making '‘odmIh loe," which la generally acueprcd to mesa that they ar* waiting to b* join*-*! by allies from the Standiag Ro* k. Sioux cad Pla* Ridge Che yen sea, to whom maaaengara have been sent. The troops are to the bh>v* and arni* au d nuinuuitioo will ba ,*aued to set tiers is u-ct*-- 0 . Th# Indi tim are w*il amiral with WincKeaker rifle* and government ammunition. Calf branding and round ing up have been -topf*d entirely owing to this trouble An outbreak may occur any day A MASQUERADING GIRL. Romantic Af»>rv af Lava, Desertion. Despair sag Aa I cig a. CLI TV LA NO, June 14 - Throe weeks ago J A Vincent, a .bemist and part owner of the (rardner Chemical work* al (hi ca ti, cans* here with a person known aa Charlie ON ’nunor on a visit. Vincent wa* JU year* old H » companion wca much younger, of alight, girlish figure, black carty hair, blue eye* ani a feminine voice A few day* tune* O'Connor went to hi* hum** in Allegheny. Pa and Vincent cons tm tied Nut.ride by jumping into th* lake. Vincent wrut t* Ed Griffith a houa* W^iuesday night *e»pondant, and declared he would kill himself W hen Grif-ti’Ii anew next iitorniaj. Vincent had li-•i -ared leaving a not* saying to had g .ie to drown himself Griffith arrived • ' me lake -bore just in Urn* to ae* Vincent leap from a bluff. Yincant left a lefter -.tying h* hail killed himself he cause ON onn*r had gone bm k on him j (ii {lith think* O'Connor was a girl Vin j cent * father in an Episcopal clergyman in Kaw!) City. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. legitimate business highly encouraging in PROSPECTS A GIDO / DRUMMER SHOT. HI* lilt*M-f»*raiitl sa Kill* Hub tor Abusing ll .a Writher. F.imirr June 1* - ; ak Warren, a on’n menial tra.*i*r, ** h -not and in--f *ritl. k ihd at hi- p **, I nice ny his som Hirbert 1 ifvyrtr ‘id 1" 1 v ar an early j b . r > s..niiy u. »;aiug Warr.*n re-tt.r.ie.1 irajtii 1 ti*, tri t Hill >Uf mrht j * • bec sn quarreiii / \ ira hi- a ife Th* btiv who hail 1 »eea m u*-t. ararae aud inter fercd, and pr<-i umg a . heap revolver of j 'N-'**libre, shot hi* fatuer in the right Lr.ft aitu 1 at ai irAult. Young M'arreu a c» arrested. He Ut , th* matter very co. ll v aud say* he sa.% hi* father chatting his mother about tre bod. S*«riag hi* rn it her in daii*er of iwmg beaten, he tired th * fatal shMt lite cora-lier. aii.j arn.-si shtirtl} after i the -h< .tin. f >uud .et ii le”r r- of aa I affect I. uiate natuie from a woman in Nor- j walk. Clum. aud aiic tor from Bath.. X. Y making apj < int’neats. W*rT>*u aud hi* i* de quarreled LequMfetly of late A FLORIDA TRAGEDY. A (Juarrtl Between Ta* Farmer* Wbirk Bad* ta Horsier. (JI I NHY. Ha. June U News ha* reached here of th* munier of Jrs«* iutuan by William C W ust.n - \teeu miles from here. The men were neigh Lira aud there bai too bad blood bec we** them VK ilsou la a cen-.»- » numerator. He caile«i at Inman a hou.se. ..(ti lolly, to gee statistics. In the enure of the conversation the old troubles came up, when Wilson accused Inman of stealing a hog from him. lunian anti bm brother thereupon attacked Wilson, one wifh a knife aud the other with a club. As soon aa Wilton was struck ke drew his kni’e and rushed at Jem* Inman, slashing hts neck almost from ear to ear Inman died ai most instantly w 11-HUI fled and ha* not lawn captured. All concerned are reputable formers There la gre.tx excitement over the tragedy. A POWERFUL COMBINATION. tai C. .HMfKtS I    78 K. Third at. cor l»eer kxcelauw Meat MaxkeL Frawn, Salt r ooked Beau. I ar-L s*aaa*e». Of alar* POU! UTR W w J a TA MEA. JEWELRY fft ‘Bay the Aurora Batiroaei A JU n Repairing a specialty. Fraak r staid. S3 IL. I k.r l at. M. KOC Ik BK, Mer* haul I’ador, ilk < antral Avenue $500 REWARD! WE will pa* (Ae above rat sari for any ca* ut Laver I ompfamt, l*yapep*ui, s*ck Hea«lactoe In‘loresuOU, • du-i. paiiuti or » oadveaeaa #• e 01 .tot cute wi to West* % acetable La raw Pilk when the direct on* are »trie ti y compoed aith Tbay ara- pure f f agalabte, au.l never fail b give saualat ut.*.. Nuat tr Coat*-'I. Large taoxea (-•Hiuiiiikf » Ftffa. XI carat*. Beware of coua urfeiU, aud . in i tau-, ii a. The re a rn ae ostaau tar ured only bv JOHN €. W B»T ACO- Hold by Mumbo i'« I* a a av u t. It But, JI. T, I ut pot tan I to Hankers. Albany Juu* U — Attornev (general Tabor haa rn atle a ilrcisuui of importance to all savings bauk* and other bauk* of this stat# In resp.use to a lefter from the president of the >yracua»e >avmg* bauk as to whether trustee* of the i>ouk, who examined property about to be pur chased or mortgages given by the bauks. could be remunerated out of the bank fund*. The attorney general say* that no law of the aface will so allow anti trustee* can only be remunerated wheu in regular at ten. lance at meet lugs. Even expenses of such examination* cannot be paid oat of th* bauk funds. A Hew Political Party Horn la (ta po. jfn ( out to it Ire Appointed. ToPFk-% Kin June 14.—A Joint conference of delegate- fra rn the Farmer*’ Alliance anti Industrial union, the Firmers Mutual IVueot a- — alation, th* In dustrial I irange, the mon loabor and Knights of I a i mr si- I—id here at Repre-seutaiiv* hall, ami was attended by about loo representative* from all part* of the stat*. It was decided to pat full teat*, congressional and county ticket* in th* field. A committee of iv* wa* appointed to mite an ad<ires* to th* people af the state. Campaign material, im lading songs, will be scattered broadcast? and a great effort will be made to enthuse the people A Woman KUI* lier Hu •band. Albany. Ore . June IL.—Near th* town of lebanon, Thursday, Mr* .kurusburgh shot and killed her husband, Grout Anni* burgh, aud than blew h*r own brains out. The sister of Mn A ir-i«b<irgh has beau living with th* flakily aud Mrs. Aune* burgh suspected that n«*r uiishand and her sister were on int un .1 * terms. Early in the morning she mis-uR tor husband from her sin*, and on gum it . >• ber sister • room she found th* latter sitting in her hn»-lap. A Datv am Loa a* iou W okiNwTiyk, June * » -tars Tictouor ha* a.1v.--, customs at Albany th..: card*, imported tiir.    < ‘furlable at the rat# c orem as "printed rn*:** st rue fed him to peeve... the prat.tic* under w u *: these card* kav* Irau att rn > tied in    I    ut    a*    without    pay ment of duty. Pasta! Carga. -Asaistaat S*crw-i the survey** of Canadian postal th* malls, ar* per rent ad val-u*," aud ha* m-• cwntinuaace of Eight FUhcrtu- H taal ag. Halifax. Jan* 14—El*ut mea belong mg to th* American fishing schooner Fannie A Spurting a**mis*iug The vestal arrived at North Sydney yaateraiay and Cape. Dor* reported that th* man were out In four don** on Wednesday Isnt off Cap* North A wrong tida wa* running an,! th* men went unable to reach th* schooner Nothing ha* sine* bean heard of them though th* *chooa«r called ai A*py bay and Anfigonteh A Stadia* B<mi . N Lmwiw, Ky., • Sibley of Franklin. G. H Hopper of I n •*. ) si ai iiwu R OU urn sSe w . * 1 *r, ‘lam Constda:. sr I I) JDO for • I A. OOO e 14.-Miller A have bought of . Ie, O .the brown j •■ar-*, by Electiofct oy Dictator, for A Markral Dveliaa la Expo*** from Haw fork I* .NI at rat. Wk 11* Impart* im USM m f k* I arr aaa*—Aa Easy F*el-lag ta «k* Moas? Market —( ra»p Pro* part* Bepart ag ta to I im pros I ag NBW Yoke. June 14 -R. G Dun i Co’s weekly review of trade say*: "Speculation ha* been neither large In volume nor enthusuMtic in time during the past week, but the legifimhte business of the country continues unprecedented in volume for the season and highly encouraging in pro*pert*. Although the trea* ary ha* taken in El Juu.tiuu more money than it has disbursed, foreign exchange, apparently because of sale* of American sac an tie* ha* advanced about I cent daring th* week The current rate for money ow call has declined from 5 to 4*4 percent. There has been quite a decline in exports from New York for two weeks past, th* value having been 14 per cent '♦low that of the same weeks last year, while in import* here a rn.derate increase continues, last week 5 per cent But the flow of currency to this centre supplies demands and rn okra th* market easv aud confidence in currwocy expansion by legislation is unabated. Interior cities report rather more demand for money, and at Buteos rates ar* rtdng, at Chicago. St I anti* and Phil*d*lphia dull. not much -•ominert ial paper offering, but at mote: point* the demand is fair, with a sufficient *tppiy 4KOP PR»*iPlCT9 IM PUI VINO. "Crop prospect* begin to rule all mark rte it this •eara.u. and them ar* distinctly im proving The government re {airt, wa* more favorable than wa* expected, aud in ♦pit* of extravagantly low rat im ate* put forth by •peculteive <rattsticon* wheat ho* iacliued 11% ceti is. ..at* I cent and corn % ♦ut Ctg ton prospect* have much im groved with favoring weather, aud th* mote reliable authorities now reckon the ouditiou os satisfactory with a reported increase of id? per cent, in acreage Th* price has again declined % cent for export, Coif tem is unchanged, though indifference >f buyers la admitted. Hogs. lard and pork have scarcely champed in price, aud the nm of J1* cent* in oil in purely sparu-iativ*. A better demand for refined sugar a alleged a* reason for on sd von.* of X ♦ut in pnce, but other report* indicate -hat dealer* are mg buymg freely at the high pnce* now asked The general level jf price* is bat a shade higher than a week ago. and the pre vol hug tendency •rems at present to b* toward a lower range of quotations for a rime WOOD DEMAND FOB IRON AND aTVEL. "Th* capacity ut iron furnaces in blote J un* I, wa* I VU. TTO tou* against lHMMt May L and IJT. HK a year ago It seems •■areely credible that the actual eon*.imip-Uou can be JI per cent greater than a yimr ago. aud yet the tone of the market is fairly confi.ieat. and itoes not indicate material accumulation of stocks. Esteem maker* are said to have checked the ut splent advance in pnce*. in order not to establish a market for Southern aud West era producer* to unload on. The demand ' for van.<us forms of mauufactunsi iron ami steel ta still good, and prices steady, and sides of lu.uM> tons rail* are reported. 1 with EU quoted at Eastern mill*. “T he wool market has been dull, sale* at Bolton being only l,.>lu.uuu pounds, and ieaiers there do n< t regard the outl«s>k with confidence. Philadelphia and Chi j cago report* indicate that growers are I holdiug for higher pre es But nu im pruv«ment is seen in woolen go«sL». though dress goods are rn fair request here. and I stocks of light weight cloth* are small I Flannel mills ant generally catting dowu production. A HEALTHY stat* or TRADE "Report* from other cities show a healthy state of trode with clear signs of improve-1 aleut where better crop prospects have immediate influent At Boston the warm weather caused activity in jobbing trade boots aud shoes are well sold with rising prices and shop* active, leather is firm with rn grow ing foreign demand for bundled and sole, aud cotton go**!** are very firm. but in lea active demand becaaae of Advanced price*. Philadelphia report* sales of print* and ginghams toiow ex pectations, * gixgi trode in leather, the seneca 'wing the he- r ever known for glazed kid. anil a «ie« iiiiiug trade in gra> itnra. but greater at til ny in sugar 'N'bu ago groin receipts are heavy and hide* more largely, but wool receipt* fall MI per cent below last year s; dry goods trade shows considerable excess over last year’s, with good collections, but there is Utile activity at present in clothing, though bright prospect* for fall trade. St Louis notes strong trade in uearly ail line*. Pittsburg continued activity in iron anti flint glass, aud the Northwestern and Southern cities generally report better trade with brighter crop outlook, i iTTwo eastbound rates. “Railway w in* Jo mn cease: on the contrary more cutting of east 1 found rates appears, aud speculative rn onagers are -inspected *»f williuguess to see lower prices. It I* but fair to re me rn I sr taal the competition of 1 triad! tu iud luke Hues 1* felt with constantly increasing seventy, nod until iii* interstate Lu* I t- levo changed apparently must he Prices of atocha have been weaker, though the sugar trust ii** I we a put up 04*.im wr.1 tvjiorti of large proms. Hie delay of th-* senate ti nance committee in airing up«)n sugar duties* suggests some un*ertainty. hut in th* main the house tariff bill ha* been accepted by the committee anti is thought likely to br paseos! without great changes. The la teal advice* about silver legislation suggest* greater possibility that the two house* may disagree, the disposition toward free coinage being strong in th* •enate “Failures during the late seven flays number for the United State* IKA. for Canada IT. total -Ti, compared with AJA late ween. ami 219 the week previous to the late ¥ br th* corresponding week of bate year the figures were iou, representing nJU failure* rn the United State* and 24 in Canada 1 _ A teeth* A as Ie ahi y tottlral. New York. June 14—The dub furniture workers who wens locked out by their employers last Monday for refuging ti* arbi trot# with the Manufacturers. as-<>« lotion rom (ming a strike in the shop of Roux dc lo., returned to work yr it*rd*J At * conference between employers and em ploy** everything wa* settled amicably CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. (to Sliver Th* *en»fe Hill Dwhattag Bill—la the Settee. Washing To*. Jan* 14—Th* senar* yra-teralay agreed to th* oonfereice os th* bill for a public building at R*aver Falls. Pa., the cute ate to exceed t-ld.uun Mr Paddock said be had received several telegram* from Montana in regard to out rage* by th* Cheyenne Indian*, and asked if any actiou had been taken by the cum mute* on Indian affairs in relattou to the matter Mr Dawn had begun to respond to the quest ion. but en sug„'#»tioa of Mr Plumb that there was but a few hours left for the discussion of the sliver bill, the matter was allo wet I to go over The senate silver bill wa* then taken up. and Mr Morgan re*omed hts argument. He believed that ‘-(ingress wa* obliged, under the constitution, to make coma of silver and coin* of gold. He complained that the Anam** cwni nu tree’s amendment to the bouse lull did not require the coinage of the stiver bullion to b* purchased by the treasury except at the Niaereturn of t he sec ret arr of tu* treasury It did say that the secretary should coin enough of it to pay the root of the bullion at it* market price when pur* based. halt it MAD AT MATTHEWS. TORY LEADERS FURIOUS WITH THE HOME SECRETARY CHILDREN’S CARRIAGES. not say in what denomination it should to cot ne* I. whether in dollars or sutonliary coin. This meant the demon it izat ion of silver He objected to the general purpose of that legislation He also objected to the pro- I vision limitiug the ra ntinuauce of an act to ten years. The purpose of that limitation was to keep up the agitation which 1 hod so long distressed th* country--the I conflict between gold and silver Under j the pra>p«<*ed legislation there would to . bickering aud strif* and contention and , uncertainty that would affect every doss fef bual ness If congreet was not comp* I ut to d*-t ide the question now on sound H* U %*■«■ us*-.) of Adgtug U th* linMO ■ min Wauil >1*1 Trot*Hies By HI* Action Toward th# Pol*## — TIhnmm Power U t uHnur tells Hi* Interest la th# London tear—OIh#r fe'orelgn Ni#w*. Ix)Nis)\. Fun* 14 - The Tory lenders are furious over t he addition to the trouble* of th* government by th* actiou of Home .Secretary Matthews in regard to the police and the bitter feeling increases hourly ae the matter is discussed aud its full import ie Laid bare The rank and Ale of th# Con serval ive party are even more incensed than the leaders, and ar* disposed to to mutinous. !n the presell! state of popular feeimg. along with the venous par!:.uueu tary defection, the government sees the abeolut# ueces-.itv. as a measure of self preserve!iou. of enfora mg th# suspension rule who## pra)p»>-al rn Thursday's caucus caused so much disM#refaction Sbuaid a did < division now to taken on any one of the important measures w inch the rnmmtry desires to carrv over till next session without re-introducing them. the result would moat aawhrraily to titsaetraois t«» lord Salisburygovernment and the sus pension scheme is kherefore an imperiMiv# ne*** ssity. The rojs* given to the government com bi.ted with the additional length of cordage it has forcibly tekeu, is m^w so in#x tricably entwined about the necks of rto in in (st ry that the hanging pras*e*#» semi mg far off. As though this were n**t enough, the mercantile portion of th* community ut raising a great cry against the unjiistifl ss 1.1 SJI.?;") nilk [>!iish, handsomely upholstered Baby C’.ti riagpn, with heavy lined satin parasol an*I standard Star spring, the finest in the market, worth $12 and $14. for $8.75 find $9.75. Special price. principles of financial ptdicy. it should lay I »bi** w-verity of the st net ii res which Poet Th* ( Ear#wit* Will Visit America. St Peterj-ai Wi, June 14—'Th* wit* will start for a tour of the world Anc L Ho will return by way of tho United the bill on the table and to don# with it. confesMiug it* inability to bandle th* subject He thought the feature of the bill which would make congreve a party to continued strife aud controversy tot ween the metals WM indefensible. Til* policy of other great nariou.s woe not measured by dread and disaster but by half centuries. Mr Aldrich next add reseed th# s#nate. At Ho’clock Mr. Stewart wa* speaking I in reply to Mr. Aldrich, when. under the Agreeftont. general deflate should have closed But by ii nan i mon* consent it was | agreed that the senate silver bill should be J*id on the table, the bouse bill substituted for it amt general deflate extended to J o’clock Monday afternoon, to-day : to to devote*! f"» billa on th* calendar In reply to Mr Edmunds question whether we have now a double standard, J Mr Stew’art said that we hod to an extent, but that we were asked to give it lip by the house bill. W# would now have silver on a parity with gold if th* secretary of the treasury had not iLsed his discretion j against silver rather than in favor of it. The present law wa* good enough if its •pint was carried out. Iu reply to a question of Mr Blair. Mr Stewart said that a compulsory coinage of 4.t*JifN)lfe> would to much more satisfactory than any of the pending measures. Mr Blair said that the worst features about these propositi..us was the provision to make the cert i heat es legal tender. He believed That to to in violation of the coo- } siltation. Mr Reagan advocated the unlimited coinage of stiver. Mr Ilaniel addressed the senate in support of the free coinage He said that the I conduct of the committee which hod charge of the bill indicated either dens# ignorance or mote reprehensible negli- J gene# of appro pnat * ct mini it tee duties. He read from a letrer from ex Representative Cntcher of Virginia, saying that be \ wa# a mem tor of the comm it re# on coinage. weights and measures iu I HTY, and he hat uever fieeu consulted on the subject of detnouitixation. During a colloquy started by Mr Ed uiund*. the -sMiator contended that infla- < tattoo of the currency resulting from rh* pending meaaare would to ne fit the rich alone Mr, Allison called attention to the fact that when in Dec**mb##. INKS, a resolution wa* offered in the house in favor of retiring greenbacks ami resuming -peel* pay menus, every Denmcrafie member voted for it. Mr iHniel** said that the question was greater thau I fe-inocraev—or. rather, it wa* greater than Re publican ism and not quit* ; so great a# Denus'racy (lj%ughter J Without concluding his leis yielded for a secret session, after which the senate at fi’JU adjourned until to-day. GIRLS I* AT HNT. SUIT SPRING TRICYCLES ONLY $6.95 $8,75 $9.75 EniE !3TORE. ■9 Hr • )K h fe IL' ffffif *|tenu Ire#. master fit nerol Raikes has put upon th# postmen, the effect of which ut already ap parent in fhe character of th# poetal ser vice. which in tome directions is so sen misty hamjjera-d a* to to ai moat entirely iise|i-Kj» The pressure which us toiug br ugh! to tour upon Mr Raikra by the rn -reliant* is causing that gentleman i * ii uneasiness and a. grav .iing the an-g r >f lo* colleague - TH* >;or declared I -t eve: ng thar the govern oh’til i* in I he I.tst -tag* of gfMgv’iness and this feei-i I- i.ra-rty generally shared by it* opg ic *• '*> s. R (FCigBurN intrnte, in The ar lias to. ri purchased by his partner in tile iii- rt ris*-, the price paid being tl.*> '*»> iii# t» cut* of the transaction include a tetpul.tti.*o that Mr (J’Coxitfeor shall not *.ar an. if her paper in london within t! ree fears. It I* sf.it(sj *-hat Henrv M Stanley will *-al fur New 'guck with hi* wife on Oct -< Mr stanley has (simduded arrange to elite to <h*iiver fifty lect ii rra in the ■ .iLeil State* during th# fall and winter h r til# lect 11ra-s deb vc, cl iq \,»,y York be I f»» re eive i.'i.iiO. aud for co* ii lecture thereafter in til# various cities he la to re I ct i ve 1.1)1) I lo- Socialist* of Manchester have called a meetlug for next Sunday to protest I a ansi th# action of th# corjMiratioa of I t t j-lace in ext#uding to Mr Stanley th# ! fi leiluiii of f h# city. \ ll ll lo tor of Rilteian.s, I hi lies aud ! F-M<lr* have lieeu ex^a-lleii from Altonn I I'russia, because t>f their imiblluy to pro- ’ d'.<-e saiisfa> tory ideurilicati.m palier* Toe ut iou of the authorities has crc* re* i »» im* excitement lh. German wool markets ar# glutted [ with rh.af product and price* or* coca* qu*nmy falling. A Poll## ai cu'« st ri he Pos»il>l#. LoHDOU, June 14-The Fail Mall Gazette says it is probable that if the resig nation of Mr Munro. chief of the Metro pelican police force, is accepted, the super intendent* and inspectors who keep the force together will resign wirhm a mooth. A strike by the policemen. The Gazette says, is by no means impossible bFElJAL ANNOUNCEMENT I u ., ... .    %1    I    Fiiere    is    no    Uttor pl ach w IN I KH Hee, and women    * Bi* pay. *t**ily Wi»rk oetffl I    _    _ rn iito hiiy Hoses, Stani-roses w h iT.NiY,    luau,    BiM’henter,    X.    I, I    *    * NI 'OIH* A BT A ( (>., Patent \ tUrue-i, kl.. T < ti W**»‘nil|fM*(JHy*S, fill kinds of OSA, Woaktaffto*. I» I ..pi* I s Paten I«if-    1 a#*. Pal#at*, ( aveal* anil lit* imiHs secured .*    . .    •    .    * Trade Mark* regiN(era*.t All Paten I teufera ll ll*- t »ni;tl * ie* ll t ill plfUitS, i*OlPUS cond im* led for moderat# Fe#*. I a forma Ic u. J    * Advice aud aped*! references teal on request I    .ill. 'G r.Tiiemiis, tomato** cai>- SV4 a IM) I*    A Bi INTU can br m.ule • NAU iff gwJMt workm|, tur UNU pervjMl I .    taal litrred who . an tai tush a horse and Kl vt-thru w)n>l# * f»;i«r»* jHailtS, infill ibm? lo th# buat nr ss. Spare id. >uirT«M may !># profit- I ably employed also. A lew vacancies in towns I and joe S. a F.IUHNSON A ( • >., .tao Mon I VAN DEHM ELLEN'S GREEN HOUSE NL.. Mu Halon.I. Va. xii I J i ii i " 11. u I (-j * L * veuteut - ro i£t I nu** street a con- I HMM boun#print Bes pres- I sea, ci»*l im) w<*<«| Iidiim*, ha at I me Vc rand a ' ami v> sii bn Ie, lack stoop anil storm house, screen doors aud wi*di»w», storui sashes anil lilt blin * ti *kii 11 s41 m t * I v p.i ppri «i, ut wiy P*1 nl#<l taalii# anil out, water aud sink in kitchen ami h <lnnt for lawn. lad nit irtn, new sidewalks, trull tree*, garden and hot bed A iiargaiu. Cur Eagle aid I Seventh 8t* P^y -C|ood3 AjsD Carpets. ROOMS TO RENT (u the Merchants Hank Building. I aq un# of ti    Jacob;Wirtn«r    or    Frank    May. ffi-1" .. IDU, KW HOM AM MMC AIV BLO! A :W6-li)2 Maili {Street, Buffalo, ...    . N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto im:    *    ‘Second to : Moue.” We wish to he nrt'Ofld to none in your service. Try ua Ami I nee. CARL SCHAUER s 59 East Third St., Ha* ju*t received a full line of rn ) \ L f I UNIVERSITY REGENTS’ MEETING. IX) TKF. Hill SE. Wa><hini*T<ix, June 14—Th* hon*# went into corn im r tee on th# sundry civil appro Chaoocev M Depew In kttendanr art## of Clerks Int-rewarai. Albany, June 14—The regent* of th* Univ#r*ity of the State met yesterday often#*>n The Hun. I ’hailMTT M Depew wa* with them for the first tim*. There wa* a prolonged meeting, at which in crease* in salon#* were granted ta nom* of the clerk*. Hobart college at Geneva woe permitted to change it..* charter so a* to peech Mr Dau- 1 permit the alumni to elect trustees The [levaux whiiol at Suspension Bridge wa* granted an absolute charter Th* question of examination of medical students, mail# compulsory under the new law, wa* taken up It wa* found that the law read that student* mute be exam Hied in arithmetic, geography, English grammar. mm    tub5, Equal to any in the city, aud at prices that will pay you to sit? him In-fin -purchasing. We wish to unpresA u[M»n our out of town frit*ads, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff aud the probable increase in the cont of nearly nil kinds of dry j^ooiis, thnt tile month of Juue will be [tub mouth for them to shop.    Prices were never lower than they are At present in our store. If the proposed tariff bdl passes, price* must go iii*. pnanoil bdl    V arioa* clon*** of the hill I orthography, American history. English composition, element* of notional philiW-ophy. or an equivalent to all th#**. The board decided that any student would to eligible who ha* a certificate of having successfully completed a year course of study in any college or inteitu tiou nuder regents' control or supervision; alxj any teudeut registered by the regears a.* having maintained a collegiate stand ani or a cern Acate of rom pie! ion of a u#w cia i-e \*> I fi wa*- added to the -*h*et j three vears’ coarse in snv regent institute were considered. Without completing consideration of the tell the committee roe# and the hon*# took a rec#** Af the evening seseiou thirty private pension hill* were advanced to third reading, but none were pa.****t, % mw) cam ated Ara««iwl ion 4 *n vent I on. PlTTSm Rti, June 14. — At \eteerday’s sew *iou of the Amalgamated *-**.■« int ion a mill scale rending “AII-heel sud jobbing anil* working ••beet* over thirty niche* wide shall to cia*»ed a* large* Iou Lie mills.” This means an ad va ne* to the milers «>n this work from ll *.r> tt» #2 per dav f..r pair heating. *1 rid to #1 so for matching, and SI 50 to ll 75 for d.iubting. The scale for roughing anti catching and the scale fur rolling muck liar and finished iron for sheet bar* were adopted ae reported, and made to apply to all mills. Xfewily R#:»dy In Report th# Tariff Bill, Washington. June 14.—The R#j a bi icon mender* of fhe finance committee hare disposed of ail the schedules of the tariff bill with th# excepti*»uof tho** relating to sugar and tobacco and they hav# lj##n delivered to Mr Carii.de. representing the minority of the committee. It ie thought; the ted will be ready to report to the sen ate early next week. An F ■#.» ped I it Batt# Captured. New York, June 14 -George M. Storm, th# insane *»*u of toe late Chicago lawyer, Em. ry V "forrs, #*« aje*l from ’ he Pough keepeie lupine asylum Thursday morning, but wan re captured in this city yesterday. He won wandering aimlessly about the it reefs when found. He will to taken lack to th# any la rn. I Tm Coated#r World’s Fair Matters. > PBI na FULD Ills, June 14—Governor Fifer yeetenlay issued a proclamation cai Ii ag th* l*g Isla fur* to meet in extra •esoion ob July JU, to consider world » fair rn attern mJ    J rte! th* Wrwi Tip—UMH Skipped. New Volta, June 14 — A special dispatch to The Evening Pos*, f-om Louisville, My., says that Edwin T Elliott, amustant pas •eager ageut iff the Louisville and Nosh Ville nu I rawd at Lo u, grill* im rn ism ag with about ff5.ijiiu of th* company’s money which he ut supposed to hav* loot on the and having jxtnoed a satisfactory academic examination, or any student who bas a regent diploma, pass carat of eight studies or regent certificate in ten studies of any nature. Suspected Murder aud suicide. Philadelphia, Jim# 14. —Shortly after 3 o'clock yraterdav afternoon two pistol sh((fs in rapid •ni'ii'suo* were heard in the cellar of the dwelling on Maple street tolow < utntoriand. Several persons en Ie red rh# place ami found William Unllen aud Charles fhsrniond lying on the floor dead. Both mea were about :5u years of age. Cullen had !mi shot through the right temple ami Desmond in the mouth. B**th men were plumbers and had 'wen at work on the building They were friends aud no motive for the crime can ba given. Aa Fx-4'a*hi#r to be Arrested. Albany, -lune 14—The rumor to the effect that there wa# another bank defokuk tiou is proved to to baseless There are to to some exciting developments, it j.s said, in the original rase ExCashier Palmer of th* AI bu ny (Tty bank la to to arrested by the I nited State-, authorities .hi a | charge .ff criminal oegl gene# in allowing a defalcation iff Ave years' standing to proceed Another (ow tract Lit bor In vest I galoot. Ni-w York, June 14. —Fiv** Armenians are detained at the barge office suspected J of being contract UU rers. They ar* alii boa ti* i for VL oraester. Ma*#., but refuse to say what they are going to work at. Th# j ca*# will be investigated. Th* te#amer Germanic landed 376 immigrant* at th* ' barge office yesterday. Among her cabin i pow**ager* wa* Mr* P T. Barnum We hiivi- the largest arwort* iii^nt of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored t«»p*, hand and machine Hewed. We carry a complete line of NETTLETON S Fine Shoes. If you want a uice-Htting aud stylish shoe, try a pair of thi* make. You will like them. Our GENTS $;OM> Calf Shoe in Button and Congree, in broad, medium <»r narrow toe, is the liest shoe for the money that has ever I tee ii offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and lie convinced. VV*- are offering *plen<lnt iutr- 2;atn« iu sateens aiel gingham* Anti •HUnnuer wa.sli fabric* of ail kl miff. I lie balance of our *pnng stock of cb * ak* are selling eheaj*. We quote the following bargaiu* in underwear: Gentlemens blue mixed shirts aud drawers in medium weights, at 50c pier suit. Gentlemen’s Balbriggan underwear, Me. per suit. Gentlernen's blue angola shirts and drawer* at 25c. each, 4bc. g*>o<is Ladies Jersey vests as low as Hic. each. Lollies’ balbriggan vest* with lace trimming, only I V , w irth 35c. Goes I grade Jersey venui at 25c. [each. White arni blo* k lisle threail Jersey vents a1 Toe. each Silk vesta, all color*. TV. each. l.inen prices will be considerably ad voared if the tariff is changed Our price* are much below even current jwice* and we are selling Ane cloths, napkins, Ll Gyley* towels, etc , at rare bargains    — New style* in parasols. New style* in gloves. N**w ityies in hosiery Headquarter* hi Buffalo for JU ar pets, Rug*. Draping ond 'ipholstenngTadrics. Adam Mm arni nim, AU ERIC Ai* BLOCK. main stheet, BUFFALO. N. \. CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, Ute MAU* ST.. BC FT ALO, X. I. OKAI.EH II* Diftmoudfl,    Wfltcbfft and Jewelry, ChM’k*, sdverwar#. Learner Gotten, st# KS t; RA Vt TG. WILD 4 HIL V KR PLA TIS key” .... HIMNEYS*««’ ^ _ _ ujbrr Tbg. WPGMC SORT; THE PICHT ONES t£&LinPEARL TOP *"D ARE fc Fide Mir by GEO. A. MACBETH k CO,. PITTSBURGH. PA. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street A CoMFldFI LHfl or Holiday Goods JAI MAIM STREET, BU EF ALG. Bf Y. ■ I —Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;