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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y SATURDAY, JUNR H, REPRESENTATIVE i USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RVUHe MA (.HI HE I ,r rating ill binds of blanks the a ulitiun be M Department 7LBXA 1DU-9 Coal anil Wood Tir.1. A Central Aveuur, apixMite Sickel Plate All Kn.len of Hunt Soft coal. If Lumber. Shingles ami I Free 4 Uv Correspondence (or wholesale lota Cim SERVICE I.VQUIRY. REPORT OF THE INVESTIGATION BY THE HOUSE COMMITTEE Alexander C Campb.ll Fomad Gniltr of a Branch or ta Copying In the civil S.rvte. Com- for Laxity of WASHINGTON June select com- mittee of the house Instructed to invnti- the charges against civil yesterday submitted its re- committtH) nfts eiamined port. The twenty four wi and has come to the B. oirroKO, as anil SS Central Ate ArnaDc Photographer Instantaneous Photographs aeed not wait Babies a specialty for auiuhine except for BOOK IHVINU, Pro- prietor. W K Second direct, near Buf- falo Uuiikirfc. ?T Ma Pamphlets, eu boiiij 1 in -ill atyU tt promptly itunueil to. All work ffiiaranteeil MUKCHfcK-M tKOCKKKV HOUSE, O !tx Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail taaler i China. 4. HOT 1C L, II pel ilay i very anil Ibwnliiig stable in connection Vuuir hi.ler, 338 I inn street. A I ITY y, caas Nagle Prop cinder Lake National Bank rnrnei -.enter ami thirU streeu A Hue t of sail bomeauc cigars Center itnet, none-a doers. Partieular allentioD utertenng hones. Shoeing g norsei a specialty r.w. IKK EVE.NINU OBSERVER. LarKeiit Daily in the limnty I I' I7NKJKK IO1HPANV t mllew A Pupple Manufacturers of Enginen, Boilers, Pulley Hangers, eu gers, Sacii s, Pu ne Work to order uritmKii I SUim JOJ, an I 3H U Center turura of the Cromwell" and 'Dunkirk uerfect dttlnv Drew boms tale in all letting furnidnmir UoUnug ,lry guuOa noiuwa >n Dunkirk. U F TOUMJSY, i.14 anil ITK I ion srr-et, in Flour, tenl, alt, Baietl Hay Establuhe 1. ljj77 ami uinmg Depot. Eaa; acceiu to aO bouses, bedt i lal t ravelers lohn I Murphy, Prop CO, I 97 and MB CQml itrtel. Tine Furniture. Cabinet ware anil Up aolstering Picture frames made to orter If O. CO, JO) CeatraJ Ave traders ul rutuoo and eentleinen untdtters. f I AJUUJ. JITKAM HCATI.NO CO., anuiactarera ft 3mm Ueauug Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing Specialty our can's. 4c, and Lace cnrtains n-y A W Fine Shirta, Ilk. I ollarn .e Cnrtaintt rree Uehv Ml Centar alreel. II E rtiinl at COT al Bilffnjo tctarer ami dealer i a riae A HKLNKT NKW STORK, KB B Thinlst. Books. itoUuaery, Miuiral In ajarn n lion icaixj buuka a d tu a Unit i Hu JOB PBLNTlSt, ol every uwcnptuin and at lowest living rates b; ng rates by Duukirk Printing r o 8 and 10 i. "ti ouil JO. BVBMft m SON. Hre Lite Accident anil beueral losvaua. Deal m Beat estate ami Loans Funicular snentiun oaid to tae i-a nnb oaid to tae L ire ,1 uropenj collect- Ae. Ha Oeatcr 1C. duor M ONRUK a PHARMACY. 010 Central Headquarters tor Paper Pa.nl Oils. 4c FKnXnUNS. J W, center street. Manufacturer and ilealerm Buffalo Ifube faloves Mittepn anqjiieigli Kolx P SKBOLTBM, J. 17 Kasl Third street, PuuMMAble Tailor tinmen will nn 1 it UHsa advantage to rail on me before pun-hoam following conclusions deducted from testimony taken. Ou first charge affecting conduct, retention and pro- motion of Alexander C brother In law of Commissioner Lymaa! the committee arrived at the follow ing conclusion It appears that Campbell copied certain questions of general uamlnatioa series for departmental ser vice together with their answer, at of Isabella Smith to whom he gave them. These papers came into t. ported anil Mr engaged p coaching applicants for office about to take the civil sarvue examination From of Miss Dabney It appears that Fiynn offered to sell her questions, she being about to take the examination. She refused to purchase the questions took the examination and failed Sh. recognized the questions the being shown her by Flynn The attention of commissioners was -ailed to the conduct of Mr Campbell Mr Oberly Mr Lyman aud Mr Doyle sach investigated to a greater or less ex cent the charges against Campbell, and (jucd him guilty of a breach of discipline lid ha was reprimanded If the adminis- of the civil service was not to fall into Mi- Campbell should ban been His retention indicated gross laxity of discipline and snows that the administration of the commission wan not at that time such to receive or merit pubic confidence It is submitted that if the commission bad discharged its duty with proper vigor ind regard for the public it would have become manifest that Campbell s reten- tion was not defensible and it would seem to follow that if his retention was not proper his promotion was not warranted The committee reports that it cannot accept as satisfactory the answer ofMeasri Otk-rly Lyman and Dovle that they be- lieve th it the questions Campbell copied were obsolete The facts disclosed to the commission convinces it that the omission to ascertain the truth was as reprehensl ble as to e disregarded it after it had beeu ascertained and is little less culpa- ble and whether they failed through in Jifference or partiality to learn the facts or knowing them failed to take such action as the public service obviously de- manded is not a matter of gieat conse- quence 'he neglect of duty in either case la condemned It teen suggested that ommis- sloners Koosevelt aud Ihompbon are de- serMni f the commission aud in noway ire they censurable A charge was al o preferred against the commission reflecting upon the course pursued by them in the case of VJr bhldy AN INOUN Montana OUTBREAK fEARED sendlug Settlor. Alarmed Orvr Warllk. MrutsUnr Moot, June M atti tnde of the f faeyenne continues to be men icing, though no oven act has oc coned since the killing of Ferguson Owujg u. me fact that Indians have eft their reservation and are wt. the country in small parties, are thoroughly alarmed aad women mid children into town lu large number IndUn lookouts are on points ami are constantly signalling by minor B ishes and blanket code F-iendly Indians have to the whites that there is to be an. outbreak and they now making wbir-h is generally accepted to mean that they are w utlng to be joined by allies from the Standing Rotk, Sioux and Pine Ridge to whom messengers have been sent lUetn-ops are an the move and arms ammunition will be tanned to settlers is oocesmi The Indi ou are well armed with Winchester and goternment ammunition. Calf branding and round mg up have been stopped entirely owing to this trouble An outbreak may occur nay day WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. LEGITIMATE BUSINESS HIGHLY EN- COURAGING IN PROSPECTS A Harked In Exports from New 1. Import. OBM th. Buy Feel tfe. Hon., Pros- pect. to b. Improving. YOWL, June 14 G Dun Co 's weekly review of trade CONGRESSIONAL NEWS says A MASQUERADING GIRL rtion, Oo- traiua ami bud- Bomnntlc Storv of tovo, aud CLEVELAND June weeks sgo J A a chemist and part owner of the (jardner Chemical works of thi ca_o, came here with a person known as Charlie O I onnor on a visit Vincent years old H s companion wi_s much younger of slight girlish figure black curly hair blue nyes and a feminine A few days since O'Connor went to his home in Allegheny Pa, and in cent committed suicide by jumping Into ttte lake i lucent went Ed Griffith's house Wednesday night despondent, and de- clared he would kill himself When Gnf 1th next moral n a, Vincent had dis- leaving a note saying he had to drown himself Grimth arrived lake shore Just In time to see Vin cent leap from a blnff Vincent left a rer Buying had killed blnnelr be- iw O Conner had zoue bnckonhlm Sth thinks O'Cjnn >r wns a girl in rent s father is an Kpitcupal in k.tnsas City A DRUMMER SHOT. His sun Kills Him for Abnalng Wnther June U -I uk Warren a LO n me r ml tmvel-r us -hot and in ill I II ,1 ,t Li> ncc hy hisson, H rl err a livynrrlil i )y at an early b r j iu.nUy n i i t irren re- tn ien irom i tn Dmnilay uuht u i hcnan qudrielu ,t i Ins The boy wuo hail m tx 1 arow and inter imrl pi liduifa i heap revoUerof alil.re ihot his father la the tight br with latal lesult Young Waiien WHS arrested He ink the matter very i llv and aavs be SHU Lid father chanmg his mother about bed --eciiig his m )ther in danger of Iwinsj beaten he fired til fatal shut Ibe tun cei wlm arnvwl the sh ufl i. f >UTI 1 H e ll let 0( gjj atffctionate natuie h m j. woman in Vor w .U Lonn naJ i u uoi from Buth, N V miking arati Warren aud his nue quaircleU hequently of late "Speculation has been neither large in volume nor enthusiastic In tone during the past week, but the legitimate business of the country continues unprecedented in volume for the season and highly enconr aging in prospects. Although the treas ury has taken in K 9UU 000 more money than it has disbursed foreign exchange apparently because of sales of American securities, baa advanced about 1 cent during the week The current rate for money on call has declined from 5 to per cent There has been quite a decline in trom New York for two weeks put, value having been 14 per cent below that of the same last year while In imports here a moderate increase continues, lant week 5 per cent But the flow of currency to this centre supplies demands and makes the market easy aud confidence in currency expansion by legis- lation is unabated Interior cities report rather more demand for money and at Boston rates are rising at Chicago St Louis and Philadelphia dull not mm h commercial pnper offering but it most points the demand is fair, with a sufficient CROP PROSPECTS IlfPHOVrVS "Crop prospects begin to rule all markets this season, and are distinctly im proving The government report was more favorable 'ban vtas expected and in ipite of extravagantly low estimates put forth by speculative statisticans wheat has lecllned 1% cents oats I cent and corn Cotton prospects have much im proved with favoring weather and the most reliable authorities now reckon the :ondltion as satiafactory, with a reported Increase of 2 87 per cent in acreage The price has again declined H cent for export Loffee b unchanged, though indifference of buyers is admitted Hogs, lard and pork have scarcely changed In price, and the rise of if cents in oil is purely A better demand for refined sugar is alleged as reason for an advance of amt In price, but other reports indicate that dealers are not buying freely at the high prices now asked The general level if prices is but a shade higher than a week ago and the prevailing tendency ieemsat present to be toward a lower range of quotations for a time SOOD DEMAND FOB IBON AXD STEEL, capacity of iron furnaces in blast 1 was 180770 tons against DH9 Still Dvbntlnc th. BOOM. WASHINGTON, 14 senate yes- terday agreed to the conference on bil for a public building at Beaver Falls, Pa. the cost net to etceed tM OUO Mr Paddot k said he had received several telegrams from Montana in regard fo out rages by Uipyenne Indians and asked if any action had been taken by the com mittee on affairs m relation to the matter Mr had beszun to respond to the question but on suggestion of VIr Plumb that thure wits hut a few hours left for the Jiscushion the bill the matter was allowed to go over The senate silver bill was then taken up, and Mr Morxnu resumed his argument He believed th it i ongress was obliged, under the constitution to make coins of silver and coins of gold He complained that the fl-n m e committees amendment to the hi use bill did not require the coin age of the -Uvei bullion to be purchased by the treisiry etiept at the liscretion j of the of tne treasury It did say that the se f it to pay the i-nst >r the bullion at its market pnte when pun hnsed but it did not say in wh if dem lunation it should he coined Whethei in d jllars or sulmuliaiy coin this meant the of silver He objei ted to the general purpose of that legislation He also ohietted to the pro- vision Iimitimt the i on'inuance of an act to ten The pui use ot that limita- tion was to keep up the agitation which had so long distressed country- the conflict between g I and silver f nder the proposed legislation there would be hirkennu and strife mil contention and uncertainty that would affect every clam if tmsiueHs If congress was not compe t at tide! ule the lestioo now nn sound principles it Mminci.il pulley it should lay the bill on the table And te d me with it, confessing its inability to handle the sub- ject He thought the feature of the hill whi< h would mike ongress a party to lonnuued strife in 1 c jntroversy between the metals was indefensible The p ihcy of other great nati ms wan not measured bv dread ami disaster but by halt lentunes Mr next udiiresaed the senate At to clock Mr Stewart was speaking in reply to Mr Aldrich when under the general debate should have closed But hy unanimous consent it waa MAP AT MATTHEWS. TORY LEADERS FURIOUS WITH THE HOME SECRETARY NO KB 1s AccuiMd of Ad4iUf U Govara Manlf ild Truablo by Bin Action Toward the Thomas Poww O .mnor ifells HI. In thi Lunilun Foreign June M -The Tory lenders an funous over the addition to the fioubles of the government by the action of Home Secretary V itrhews in regard to the police and the hater 'eeling increases hourly an the matter is and its full import is laid hare The rank and file of the Con- servative party are more incensed than the leaders and are disposed to be mutinous T dam out hi tour dorini on Wednesday last off I SfJKL WT Nothing ha. heard Jaae of though called at the world e 14 -Miller have bought of O the brown i by Election ian >o, by Dictator tor iMDj bay and L will ntnra by way of tha TJattad P CHIMNEYS SORT; THE 01CMT ONE PEARL TOP- Boston being only 1 WO DUO pounds and i conduit ot the committee whi, h had dealers there do not regard the. outlook charge of the bill indicated either ur most reprehensible uenh of committee duties He read from a letter finm Representa- tive Cntcher of i was a member of the committee with confidence Philadelphia and Chi cage reports that growers are holding for higher pi i, es But no mi provement is seen m woolen goods though dress goods are m fair request here and stacks of light weight cloths are small Flannel mills are generally cutting down production A HEALTHY STATS OF TRADE "Reports from other cities show a heal rhy atate of trade with clear signs of improve ment where better crop prospect, hate immediate influence Boston the war weather caused activity in jobbing trad boots aud shoes are well sold with risi and shops active leather is Hi with a grow ing foreujn demand for flu lahed and sole and cotton nia are ver flrm but m less active dem md because o advanced prices Philadelphia repoi of prints and ginKliims below pettations a good tnle m leather th season being the eier known fo glazed kid, anil a declining tride m gro- ceries but greatei ai il j lu sugar "Chicago gram receipt are heavy an more largely but wool receipts fai 80 per cent below last years diy good trade shows considerable excess ove last years with good collections but ther is little activity at present in clothing though bright prospect, for fall trade notes strong trade m nearly al lines Pittsbnrg continued activity m iron and tiint glass and the Northwestern and cities generally repoi t bet ter trade with brighter crop outlook. ClTTiNG FAWBOCND RATES "Railway w ir. do not cease on the con trary moie cutting oteastbouml rates ap- pears and spe.ul uive m ra are -MIH- pected of willingness to see lower price' It is but fair to remember tliat the con. petition ot Canadian iud 1 ike lines is felt with constantly mere IMII, seu nty int until the mtemt ite law I i, been changed apparentlj mnst he Pnres of Mocks have been weaker thou_-'i the sugar trust has beeu put up agiai I ord Sthsbur________........- pension M h. ue is iherefure an imperatTve I h i impen d as to he almost entirely u-ilis.s llie pies.sure which is being I uhf to bear upon Mr Raikes by the II I ints is laiismg that gentleman i li urn in 1 uni n i ,Qg tne an. fl is c lie iKue-, lie ar lie. lared I t vei nic lllrtf tile mciil m in Hi, list jfgm, iiuss rmi feel i is nntty generull) shunt by its op" nn it s in i h HI I by his partner in rhe pn e p u U euig til (WO of file ti ins ii turn mi liuie a thit Mr u mnor shall not n tli, r ptpei m Loud m within t I I I If is st, I i-1, tr Henrv Vf Stanley will siiltoi N w V'kwtn Ins wife on (Jet Mi htn arrange II Hllf, f, I m tbe He I (nj Wlutep I I the rill iehveii 1 N, v urk he II 'IVH t III, lu 1 r r in t i v in HI, cities he is to re Mi nilisfs .it luster lunecilled 'i m i01 nrxt to 11 n t tli mri u Of i orp nation of 1 i I I e i, evi uhng to Mr -Stanley the N 1 in I Mn ity n uilier .f Kusamns Dunes and i les I ue expelled from Altona I mis; Of topi.) e s il 1 t Jl y idelltlllc Itl ri rs i 111 n it the aiithoiitiea has ci ateil n HI mi r f i rm in silk plush, handsomely upholsOml Baby with heavy lined satin parasol and standard, the finest in the market, worth and gu for n and ONLY an.l relereni aent on neat It who c l-ss 'i'5. be the 11 Mil t There is no better place to buy Roses, wet-pi ag-roses, all kinda of line omaaiental plants, colens geraneum% toruatoe and cab- bage plants, than VANDERMELLEN-SGREEN Cur Eatflo Seventh 9U. ROOMS TO RENT In the Hank Buil. Inquire of or t rank May tint he on com A Policemen strike Ponlble LUVDUV fnue 14-The Pall Wall Gs 7ette says it is probable that if the resin VIr Mnnrj chief of the Metro aue weights and measures m 1171 and he i turce is iccepted the super subject! and mspeitors who keep the forte f wether will within a m jnfh A -itnke In the [mlicenien The says is by no means impossible arge proiin The del iy ,f th reports of committee in acting upon sugar flnanci duties suggests some the mam the house tariff bill has been accepted by the i ommittee and is thonaht ikely to be passeil without (jieat thauue- The latest advices about silver leinsl UIOL. inggests greater possibility that the two louses may disagree the disposition owaid free coinage being strong m the senate 'Failures during the last seven days number for the Lnited for Can ada IT total iU, compared w.th JOfi last week, aud the week previous to the aat For the corresponding week of last ear the figures were J30, representing _Jfi faaures m the Lnited States and J4 m Canada.' A Stria. NKWTORK June 14.-The 3UO furniture workers who were locked out by their em lloyers last Monday for refusing to arbi trate with the Manufacturers-assxiciation oncenung a strike in the shop of Roui o returned to work yesterday At a conference between employers and em- loyes everything was settled amicably T. Consider World'. Hatters. His June M-Governor infer issued a proclamation UM legislature to meet m extra oa 3S, to consider world1! had never beeu consulted on th of demonitizatioQ Diinug a lollxiuy started by Vfr Ed QUID Is the enator conten led that mfla- tation of the currency re-mlfinif from the alon Mr Allison Uli.l attention to the fact that when .n D n b, r Isttj a resolution was offered m th, b nisi mtu.r retlr ing trreeiibaiks w 1 reiiinuiij specie pay ments every Democratic member voted for it Vfr Daniels -aid that the question was greater than IV n .11 greater th in Pi pi I li so great as- tVmi iwv Without ton luilma his speech Mr Dan lels fo- B secret session after r rather it imsm A11 1 nat pending me ware would benefit the rich I UNIVERSITY REGENTS MEETING H Drpew In aries of Incrra...! ALBINT Tune 14-The regents of the Iniversity of the btite met yesterday afterut n The H m t hauncey M Depew iv is with them tor the first time There WLS i prdjnu'eil m-etmi? at which in cie.cses m salaries were granted to someof the t lerks Hobart college at f was permitted to change its i barter so as to permit the alumni to elect trlisten The DevatiT. s, hool at fenspension Bridge WM Kranteil an absolute charter The ques- tion of ex immatioQ at medical students maile compulsory under the new law was taken up It was found that the law read that students must be examined in arith- metic, geography, English grammar history tnghsb composition elements of national philos- ophy or an equivalent to all these Ihe board decided that any student would be eligible who has a certificate of hiving successfully completed a year of study m any college or inafitu tiun under regents' control or supervision also any student registered by the regenti as having maintained a collegiate stand ard or a certificate of completion of a three years' course in anv regent and having passed a satisfiu tory academic ex immation, or any student who has a regent diploma pass card of eijiht studies or regent certificate in ten studies of any CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just ret. neil a lull Inn of which the senate at H J) adjourned until to-day If THE HOUSE. ;Une U house went into committee ou the sundry i ivil appro pr'ation bill if the hill were juddered With jut completing considerition >f the bill the committee rose anil the house took a recess At the evening )Q thirty private pension bill were advamed to third read but none were p I-SMM! Amalgamated ronventlon. PlTTSBI HO June 14 U u-steniay s ses- sion of the Amalgamated urion new clause i I Ll) the. sheet mill scale reiuliiij heel md jobbing mills wi sheets )Vi r i mtv inches wide sLilllieibiss d as le nulls This men in Mlvinfe fo the u Hers on this work from sfi to per day f ,r pair heating   }ou toste him befoi porch as ing An Captured H -George St vtorni he iu--me sou of tue 1 tte Chic igo lawyer' !.m ry V sr jrrs eli, (r )m he eepme msjine Ihursil iy moraine mt was re raptured in this city yesterday' He was wandering aimlessly about the treets when found He will be taken ack to the asylum Gat Then NEW YORK June 14 -A specaal dispatch a The Evening Post "rom Louisville Ky Murder and Suicide Pnn June 14 -Shortly after Jo clock yesterday afternoon two pistol shots m suuess.ou were heard m street below Cumberland several tered the pla-eand found William fnllen Hrtr nd T118 the dwvii Both m  all kinds of dry goods, the month of June will be month fur them to PrtaM wtre never lower than they are at present in our store. It the proposal tariff hill pri< i-< must go up. We are offering splendid bv- gama in satcen.s ami ginghama ftvd summer wash fabrics of all stack 10c SULLIVAN SON I passengers wa.Mra.PT. Baraam WWnWH I fill W UUIlf n The balame of our ipnog of cloaks are sellmg cheap. We quote the following in underwear Uentlemens blue mued ibirto drawers in medium weights, at 50c per suit Oentlemens BiUbriggiia 'SOc per suit blue and drawers at each, 40c. good, Jersey vests u low M each balbriggan vesta with trimming only IV, worth 35c Uood grade Jersey vesu at J5c White and blark lisle thread fencr vests at TV each Silk vests all colors 75c each Linen prices will be considerably ad vanced if the tariff la changed Oar prices are much below even carnal priien and we are selling dne ntpkins D Oyleys, towels elc u ran bargains New stvlcs in parasols New styles in gloves New ,n hogiery Headquarters m Buffalo for fCttfttf, Draping anduphnUteriag'faaricnV Mm AlCEBICAJf BLOCK, JKAIJT STREET. V. OCPENFOLD Hanuf ac.turer and Importer, MAIM mvmojo, M. T. Watches Diamonds, DBALXB IV and Jewelry, Cloi ks, Siilverware, Leather t.oo.1, rriro. ooLDftit rtt TIM A coMTurrB ura op MAIM STBEKT, BUFFALO, S V 213 Centre Street :ITTiBUPGH, Pi Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures SF4PFR1 SP4PFR1   

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