Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 20, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 20, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol* xxHUNK IRK N. Y. FRIDAY. JUNE *>, HW. NO KW U EP Ii PS KNTA TI VE CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. B CJSINESS HOUSES an animated and protracted DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE. OF DUNKIRK. MFA Kl (.IMI HACH IWB for rul,n*f til    of blank* »* «*»r Jato--I *t'iU1'* ' M--< ti»nn »! I lr part in**** I Duokirk|Pni»tiiii'f wnpaay. TLFXAMlFKSi *! »"'! wrnod A I. ruin I AvvmiW, ©MWW** *»• *«* \ Do Mot- All arariba of Hard ,    **.*' A <11 Lumber. shinf'e* and GW*®* f A ll?    Com*AM**o    K    u*    r    f*>r    *l»ol***‘«    kHs toilette.!. HK. tiirFKKK. i£> an-l i® Unlrtl Are . ArU*u< Pb.riogra|>Grr. I u*u#Ub«>«» PitoUtirrit|>i>i * f K*bt»*» a *§** sally ae**! u<*t «*»-l f«*r tunshioe HMA Sitter* r«<'t*|»L for BOOK Hl^KFKt    IkVIAA,    Pro prietor. Na It K. 9aeiN*l •inset. MAT Buffalo street, Ilunkirk, N. T. Wait*/<a***, Nu •ie, PnaiptiK u, t’lc., bound m til aly lea. orier* pr*jai»tiy at ten.ie.! to All work guaranteed. Ii (J Ha ii AK'** 4 KIK HICKY Mot**, tun ( eu ira I A venue. Wn< ieMle ami retail dealer in 11 port®*! and lo (Bestir ( bi na, t ilancware. A*-. I 'MAI TAI «JI A MOT KL* \j    Kates,    Ii    per lay. I.ivary and Boat >t til a a labia ta connection. V it tor Ruler, Sift anti SJT Lion alreet. , .ITV HAKItKK tHill' I t    tAm. Na#Ie, Prop., Under Lake Shore N»U«aiil Bank, corner center aa! I bird at reel*. A flue stork of Ionian aul Oouaeatu' * tit ara. i ION HI.IN A NON, \ /    -CW    neater street, ha<*tirai borae~»h«iera. Particular alteotioo i* to iDterfenu# bnrpr. stewing of road j trolling horse* a a penalty. I) L NHI KH FIEMING OM*#. KY KH. I argent Daily in Ute County. An unequalled adverting medium. I) I NHI KH IC NO IN I-. AKIN** COMPANY. Vi JI f iiAtUVP, ae' ’i I*. I , Shafting ii»ug« i*. eto . PaUerna, Forging* < a*iturte, an.I I orator! v aa hew A Popple. Manufacturer* of V.ugiuc*, Boiler*, Pulley*, •cr- ti i ne Work Ut ofler. I | CNH I KH NM I KT OI., WI, Jufi anti JUT if tenter street. Manufacturers of the • Cromwell** an.! ’’Dunkirk” perfect - fliting 11 re aa 'hurt*. Ou aa Ie in ail leading furniahtu#. Dunk irk. cloth tug ami dry good* house* in Ii r. TOOM Kl, F.    CK    and Chi Lion * tree I. Dealer lu Fkitf, feed, -alt. Baie*i liay. I’hon- | phatee, etc. halal.iiatie't. I ATT. ■ * KIK MOTY L and Dining Pj In pot. La*? aixea* to all train* and tou*-atea* p. .nm*. Beat ac et. in a*. *• In ti* hi a for iodine re ta I T raveler*. I .nu J Murphy. Prop. tn HI.Kits rn OL j    V, iu I et E I bird *tr»et. Vine Furniture, 4 abl net Mare and Up Bolstering- Picture Frame* rn*.Ie pi order. I*. M ATT VISON A CO* WI Central Are., La*Mr* of Fa-to ion and OenlleioetJ outfitter* A HK Ll. NTKAM M KATIN** OL ll aautm lurer* of steaoi Healing Apparatus Sa.iliar? Plumbing a “peeiailv. HAK STK LM I.Al MDR*. K our • pc* lalLe#:    Fine    sh.rte, lie-; Collar*. to ; i tiffs, P-, and I-ace I uilaiua. Free I ten* ary. A Vt. Cummin#*, JUT cen tar *treet ll K. « IF ll VI. K Third *1, cor of Buffalo Manufacturer amt dealer in Fine Boot* A *tt»*»* HENRY WKIUCKT NF.M STO KF., lur. K , Third at.    "Utcmcrv    ,    Musical    In *i r ii ment». M airan cee,I *aily aud Weskit Paper* au l every lh:i * pertaiaiug to a Amt cia** nook store s« hie*. Kook* a special tv. .I OH PKI NI I N«. td every description and ai lowest It vin# rap** by Dunkirk Priuuu»r Company, A aud Hi E. second ^t. JM. NAN IU Kl N A MJN, Fire Life, Accident tai I General Itisuracun. Deal-et* in Real I--tate and Loan*. Particular attention paid to (tie c ire of properly coliect-in# rente Ac. LIU t enter ti, intl floor. yjONKOKs PH ARM A* V, 4*i Central Avenue Headquarter* for Wall Paper Pi.ut ,Ode, Ac. J KKH I NS. J. W„ AW Ceuter • tree I, Manufacturer aud dealer in Hat ne** Saddle*. Speaker Heed'* Action In deferring the Silver Hill Ie the Signal fur Another Ontburat of Indignation frow Several Member*—The Speaker Addresses the House In Uefeune of Hts Action. WashINGTON, June 30 - The proceedings of the ho tow yesterday morning opened with the expected fight over the reference of the silver lull When the Journal wa* read Mr MHU of Tega* objected to ita approval on the ground that the clerk had not read it in fall Th# speaker directed the clerk to read it In full, which wan done, and it dint-Inned the faut that the silver bill had been re calved from the annate and referred to the committee on coinage sad weight* aud massa res Mr McKinley moved the approval of the journal and demanded the previous question Mr Springer of Illinois made the point that the Journal contained a record of toraetbing which had not happened and which should not lie in the journal The *p»aker replied that tai* was for the bouse to de* hie sud directed the clerk to cal) the roll, which wa* done, while Mr. Springer amid applause on the Derno-; . ratic side aiel* a vigorous protest, saying lo the speaker:    “You can ignore the fights of representatives of the people, but I ie people will put you down at the polls bit November sad your party with you " The speaker wa* unmoved, however, and the roll cell proceeded and resulted yeas, I UH nays. 117. so the Journal was not approved The Democrats applauded vigorously Mr Springer of Illinois claimed that the house had a right to revise its Journal The purpose of referring the bill Ie the committee on coinage was to prevent the house voting un the question of concurrence in the senate amendment* The rules were now prostituted to the purpose of gagging the majority. Mr Bland of Muwouri contended that •he intent ion wa* to strike the erroneous reference of the bill from the journal Mr Butterwort of Ohio said the time had not come when the Republican (tarty wa* willing to alslicate its control of the house He held that the real question was whether or taut the *|*eaker had referred the hill to the committee—not that it was nor properly referred. The resolution then offered recited that a certain thing was done, that it was done erroneously, aud that because it was done erroneously it was not done at all [lAtugh tar ] He contended that under the rules the speaker wa* authorised to make the reference Mr Springer held that the silver bill wa* uot properly (under the rules) before the house Wsdmsday. because business on the speaker s table had not been reached. Mr Mill* made reference to the introduction in the Forty Seventh congress of a revenue bill au l its w rong reference The journal, however, wa* corrected Mr Butterwort said the bill was referred to the wroug committee lwcau*w it wa* not understood that it was a revenue bill that should have been referred to the ways anti means committee The present resolution nought to unhorse the Republican majority and put the Democratic tu.iumty in the saddle. The Republicans should not abdicate to the Democrats until they should determine that they were unable to conduct the business of the majority fKcpublUan applause] He favored an earl) Consideration of the silver bill. The question uow was whether the Republicans should stultify themselves by voting fur a resolution which asse rf sd that a thing wa* done aud then said it was n«4 done. and which rebuked the speaker for hating conformed to the plain letter of th* rule* Mr Anderson of Kansas declared himself au rame-t advocate of free coinage and maintained the correctness of tbs speaker s ruling He a*ked the chairman of the committee • >n coinage, weights and measures whether that committee would give me house a chaute to vote upon the measure. Mr Couger of Iowa. chairman of the coinage committee, replied that so far as he wa* personally concerned he would make every effort to secure legislation on that subject. Mr ( ri*p of Georgia suggested that the committee on rule* might have something to say upon the subject. Mr Anderson responded that the nim among the im: of bills to tw re furred undar the rule* to appropriate committees was the silver bill with senate amendment* The speaker had been asked whether bs had any particular direction to make in regard to it. Knowing ths hilt to be oils of grave public importance and ansious that he should have all possible light on the subject the chair had consulted the Democratic members of the committee on rule* (Blount aud McMillan)and the gen tlenten from Missouri and Illinois (Bland and Springer I not for the purpose of throwing any rewpon«ibilify upon them, but rn order that he might benefit by any light they might be able to give After conversing with the#** gentlemen It had seemed clear to the chair that the rule* of the house covered the question, and that his duty was to treat the bill as he would treat any other measure Accordingly the clerk was notified to make any change in regard to the reference The bouse must bear in mind that this wa* not a question of politics or currency It was a question af parliamentary law, and on the decision of the house depended the carrying out of the system of rules the house had adopted If not satisfied with the reference directed by the speaker under the present system of rules the house could change the reference Did this bill con tam provisions which, under the rules, ought to br considered in committee of the whole* There was a provision in the original house bill by which certain bull ion was to be purchased and certificates issued thereon The senate amendment ' was an amendment for free coinage, and for this an appropriation wa* made If anything wa* dear in parliamentary law it wa* that this bill wa* ane of these which would be properly considered in oouimit-tee of the w hole. and th I* being so, it was lie obvious duty of the chair to refer it in the ss lur manner in which hundreds and thousands of bills had been referred during the present -*-*«»ion The point of order raised by the gentle man from Illinois Mr Cannon) put the chair in an embarrassing position, because the proposed action of the house was a dedaration that an error had been made in parliamentary law It wa* proposed to erase from the Journal a question of fact While the chairman may have some doubt •bout the point of order, he felt that it was a question the house eught to determine He would, therefore, overrule the point of order and submit the question to the house Mr Cannon moved to table Mr Mills' resolution On a standing vote this was carried — I A» to 110. Mr Morrow of California, Mr. Martins NEWS FROM ABROAD. THE IMPRISONED MINER9. DIVISION ON THE FIRST CLAUSE Of THE LICENSING BILL. 1 TH* (covert! iii rut Has a Narrow Kseape from Sa IT* ring Defeat Through the Absence of Tory Member*—Inhabitant* af Heligoland Dismays*! at the Prospect of Betag Coder Herman Kula. London, June 30 —The narrow sarape from defeat experienced by the govern meut in the house of commou* last even ing in the division in committee on the Amt clause of the licensing bill L* ex plained by the Conservatives by the absence of a number of the Tory mc rn liers through their attendance at the Ascot races While this explanation partially account- for the slender majority by which the clause was earned, it cannot la* accepted aM^-fiuai, ainee ii la known that several of the absent Tories would have voted with the oppomtion on the question. The fact that the absentees disregarded the vigorous whip issued Wednesday places t hem in the potation of dodging the question, which they undoubtedly dill, aud the government's realization of it* perilous position is evidenced in th* cen sure which has been administered to the Tory whips for allowing a division to be taken undar the circuinstances It is certain. however, that the ministry will rally its forces sufficiently to avert a similar exhibition of weakness, but the passage of the bill in its present shape is now regarded as extremely unlikely THEY I*.N’T RELISH TRE CHANGE. The inhabitants of Heligoland are filled with dismay at the prospect of beiug handed over to German rule. with the en forced military service and other arbitrary conditions which the transfer will impose upon them, aad the tide of protest against the cession of their territory has set iu strongly. So general is the opposition to the severance of the island from the British empire aud its consequent Germanizat tan should It pass into the hands of the kaiser s government, that the emigration of its inhabitants on so large a scale aa to virtually depopulate th# territory is already threatened as a result of parliamentary ratification of the provisions of Lord Salisbury’s settlement POSTMEN APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC. The London postmen base appealed to the public for assistance in demanding re-tyTannic* of Postmaster lief from the of Nevada and Mr Townsend of Colorado General Baikes    Among the demands voted with the Democrats They stood in a little group on the extreme western side of the hall and were overlooked by the speaker iu his first conal: but Mr Morrow called attent leu to the omission ami it was rectified The motion to table was loaf—yeas. il8; nays, 133 The question then recurred on Mr Mills’ resolution, and it was agreed to—yeas, 131: nays. 117. At the conclusion of the roll call the vote stood—yea*. IHF. nays. 117 A change of one vote would lo* necessary to defeat the resolution by a tie vote, and that change wa* mode by Mr Funston of Kan*«* Kin id the derisive jeer* of Democrat* Thi* left the vote—yeas, 11S; nays, IIN But the change proved unavailing which they inwuri to make upon the gov eminent are a reduction of their working bour* from sixteen to twelve anda change in the rates of pay which shall establish the minimum weekly stipend at 34s Public sympathy la overwhelmingly on the side of the postmen in their differences with the postmaster general, even in the matter of the latter** measures prohibiting poetal employ*-* from forming unions for their protection TO GET MATTHKW* OTT OF A HOLE. It is now believed that the government has requested Chief Police Commissioner Minim to withdraw his resignation with the object of extricating Home Sec retary Matthews from the dilemma into which his arbitrary course ha* drawn him. aud there are many indications that he will do Mr Abbott of Texas and Mr Bullock of    hi*    not    believed,    however,    that    the i Florida, w h*n»e names werv not recorded, stated that they brut voted in the a (Ti min ; live, aud the speaker accepting their statements, the vote stood—yeas, 13U. nays, I UN. Then Mr McKinley arose, and amid | Democratic laughter changed hts vote to the affirmative, and the vote wa* finally announced—yeas. Iii: nays, 117. Mr McKinley wa* then rect»gnized to wage* withdrawal wilt lo* unconditional, but rather that it will be contingent upon government concession to the police of a portion of the benefits which they have hitherto demanded in vain Th* dock laborer*' strike at Swansea Wales, is ended, the men having resumed work yesterday at a slight advance in I Undies, Collar*, Trusts,W k ps. Buffalo Robes, o*r* thai com nu it tee were os devoted to H.wee Covers i»U .-vee Mitteua sad *Iei#b Robes I .    .    .    ...      . I the interests of the people ss the gentle P. N4 HOLT FIN, I? Fast I lord street, t atdnonsbit- I j.kt. (.cutie urn will And it to Uuur sd vantage to call od me t>eforr pure hatting elsewhere. II H. I IRV L UL I; *    3X1    Lion    strewn Oeueral Hard ware, M intr Lead,* dis,Painter’* Nupubes, Oil Cloth*, ural, ie Ware. A special tv of Nhcrwtn William* Pa. nt sud Mourn* range. UL LINC*, such ae bisnk-boot*. ledger*.sud , sd Lind* of bisat* doae st Punkir* Pnatiug Company, S sud lo FL Necoad NL KL tx ILF ll M4JLDKK M YI K K. ■    Cor.    Tmrd    sud buffalo SAA, l»e*ler in Granite, Marble, t agging sad Bnodiug Nione. Call on me is-lore huyta# four sole-walk IRL. KY Iv A IO.. 7 anti 4 Fast Front airest. Whisky, W ine*, Brand.es. ccnneraJ Liquor Nbvre for Family Usa. ■ j OHF'KT W RAY. f l    Ll ou street, near the depot. Boarding, Nale, Feed and Livery ‘‘table NLvUmg by the ‘lay or week on reasormh) terns. ' AM .». GIFFORD, hi) Central Ava |U» ^ aisles.. General i he u ranee an I Krai Ka ta ti Grot tire i.ife. Accident, and lave Stock tneursuce. Prompt attention git an to buy my an«l seiLug Heal F-late It 4. JONEN, I .    75 E. Thud sh, cor i*eer tinrlsi r Meal Market. Fresh, Natl sa-► uoked Heat*. I.ar*I, sausage*. Oyster* an * Poultry- W art MKN. J KW ELK Y, Ai. 'tim (be Aurora Railroad W vt*-to Repairing a * penalty. Frank F. "tsp!. As t. fluff st yy Vt M«M MKH. Merchant Tailor, Uh «'astral Avenue SaOO REWARD! vt k Nill pat the SU.vc reward fjc say caw ol Liver 4 oui plaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache inffiiwhns, ooelipatioti or 4osliveness we < os not cure with West's Vegetable Lifer Pills, when the dtrecuow* are strictly com pl ie-1 with Tbev are purely Vegetable, and never fail Ic .give **tialocUon >ugar (‘ated. Large lanes, containing :su Pills. A cento. Hcware of onus terteiu, and imitaUoa*. The genuine sssau-lo ured owl? by JollN C. W En I A CO. Mold by Mokkob’s 1‘uakm acy. D kirk, N. T. the interest* of the mon from lieorgia. Mr Crisp reminded Mr Anderson that the committee had refused to permit the bt •use to vote ou free cornage Mr Williams of liiiuoi* replied that the majority of the coinage committee was opposed to free coinage Was the gentleman from Kaii'-a* w illing to send the bill to that committee* Mr. Anderson suggested that the bill wa* there now aud it could not be pm vented Mr Canuon of Illmots—The majority can do anything it wants. Derisive laughter ou Democratic side Mr Anderson then proceeded to argue in favor of the position taken by th* «q<eahtT, citiug former decision* of the I speaker to show that it wa* directly in the line of precedent* Mr Burrow* of Michigan addressed himself to sn anal) “is of the rules, holding that under rule 34 it was th A*/ . of the speaker to refer any house bilMrith senate amendment* carrying appropriations) to the apl r- ;*r.are o muuttee Mr Mill* of le\H» said that the point he hail made Was that, under existing role*, the silver bill remained upon the • (•easer'* table to bv dlsp>wed of SS the Ii n*c. and not the speaker should determine. :i Breckenridge of Kentucky argued that if th.* speaker went beyond the scope <( hi.* iut L-oity in his reference of the bill his action wa* uot erroneous, bu# illegal and void The action of the speaker hail no validity unless the house gave it validity. lf the pending resolution wa* voted down, the reference of the bill would be the act of the house, not of the speaker He who voted to sustain the reference would vote to give it validity. The speaker, in rendering his der ision, said that he desired mens «er* of the house ta divest themselves of the idea that any unusual procedure ha I rah* u plat e in connection with this bill The reference of bills of thi* kind and in this way had bern a daily occurrence since the adoption of •he present rules The chair desired also that the house should know that these party transactions Ai t not take place in a corner In the regular nouns? gf business, the journal cVrk had informed the speaker thyt move a reconsideration and also to move an adjournment Mr. Mills managed to sandwich in a motion to lay the mot ion to reconsider on the table On ni«>tlou to lay the Mill* resolution on the table, the following Republicans vol*si with the Democrat* in the nega tive:    Messrs Bartine, Carter, DrHaveu, Ewart. Kelly, Morrow and Townsend of Colorado. Ou the resolution lt*elf Mr Ewart did not vote The other gentlemen men tioued voted arith the Democrat* in the aff! im st ive Mr McKinley also voted in the affirmative, but ouiy for the purpose of moving a consideration. The mot i<>u to adjourn wa* I oat—yeas, IIN: nay*. LAL The vote recurring on Mr. Mills' motion ! to table the motion to re-cou*ider, it w-as agreed to—Yea*. 121; nays, 114 Mr Mills theu moved the approval of the Journal as amvuded, asking to withdraw the preamble which it* lie* (bat the order of ref- J rreuce made by the *| caker referring the silver bill to the committer on coinage, ] wrights and measure* wa* incorrect, under the run- of the house and done with- ' out anti >rnv tinder said rales Mr. McKinley objected, and the que*- ; tiou rev un ca ou tue an opt iou of the pre- ; amble. It was look—yens. IU®, nays, 121. (Republican appiau*e ] Mr Sprit:* r mo.id the approval of the ! Journal a. nun ;; I- d, peti.tiug which, cml mot iou of Mr XI Kin ley, the u>u*e at 7 I o'clock adjcarm J IN TUE NENA TK. Washington. June 3u — Iu the senate yesterday, suer routine bu nine—, the rea-i olutiou offered Wwine*i*r bv Mr Quay instructing the outgoing **r reant-at-arms to make no change* iii his force, came up and Mr. Camcrou moved a »ul**titute dire* ting that the per*ou removed be appointed an additional page Both resolutions were referred to the committee on contingent expenses, and the **-uare resumed con*ideration of the legcdntive, executive and judicial appropriation bill. During its consideration *evend omissions and defects were found and corm ted. Mr. Cockrell spoke of a recently pub-li*hed interview with Speaker Reed in which the latter is reported as Thanking heaven that the hon*e was a deliberative body * Mr Cockrell said that ought account f»r the shape that this aud other bills load reached tile *etiate. The senate debated at some length a point of order mode by Mr Allison against an amendment of Mr. Paddock to iucrea.se the salari*-* of the commissioner and assistant commissioner of the general land them The question had uot !**en decided wrbeu at 4 o'clock the bill wa.* laid aside and the message of the j»re*ideut vetoing the bill to change tile boundaries of the Uncomi*hngrie Indian reservation watt presented, read ami referred to the committee on Indian affairs. Eulogies on the late Representatives Nutting and Wilder of New York were delivered by Senators Evarts aud Hiscock; the usual tee Tut in* *»f regret and sympathy were adopted, and as a further mark of respect ti* the memory of the deceased the senate st 3:45 p rn. adjourned. A secret meeting of German and A us trian Socialists wa.* dtscovereil by the Ans triau police at Eulau, Bohemia, and immediately dispersed. Several of the lead era resisted the police and were taken into custody, but subsequently released upon condition that they would return to their homes at <mce. With the exception of Russia, all of the European powers are represented at the railway conference at Stuttgart. Flattering Weeds from Stanley.' Lindon, June 'JU.—In accepting the free dom of the city of Newcastle ye*terday Mr Stanley applauded anew the wisdom exhibited by L»rd Salisbury in his settlement of the East Africa dispute with Gar many He saw good will on both the treruian and Engii*h sides, and spoke with the greatest en th md aam of the prospects of Africa. He felt confident that if he could muster all of tile chiefs of the region that England has acquired they would acquiesce The date of the agreement would be a red-letter day in the African calendar If Pemba alone were put upon the market, he said, it would bring ten time* as much a* Heligoland He thought the mayor ought to call a meeting to congratulate Lord Salisbury. CONSIDERS THE CENSURE UNJUST. tan Ir edell Service 4.oinmicloner Lyiti sire* to V tad irate Himself. Washington, June SF—Civil Service Com rn is* loner Lyman, who was censured by the hou*e committee < which investigated the charge* ag.aiu-t the commission > in the report to the hou*e on the investigation. has stated to a mem lier of the com mittee That he considers the finding* of the committee unjust, and has requested the committee Lo allow him to appear before it and make a statement. The committee meet* to-dav to decide upon the cour*e to be taken in iuv>**tigat-ing the general workings of the civil **-r vice law (as provided for by the resolution under which the invest leat ion was begum Mr. Lyman will probably be present and will probu|ply be allowed to make the statement he referred to Hanatltoa College ( ommeneenient. Utica. N. Y., Jim 3u—Yesterday won the great day of the week at the Hamilton college commencement exercises at Hamilton. Early in the day the board of trustees, education hoard, the faculty, alumni and friends formed in procession and preceded by a baud, marched to Alumni hall, where the exercises of the day were carried oat    Rev. Edward Lathrop. D I) , class of    of New York, offered prayer James B Colgate of New \ ark wa* present. After the exercises, the alumni dinner was held in the college chapel and wa* presided over by Dean J-N. Andrew* The toast* were excellent and highly enjoyed. A Yforuioo Immigrant yg Hark. New Tore, June JO—Only one of the JNJ Mormon immigrant* who arrived at the barge office yesterday was detained. He is a Dane named t ile*r>n, and has his wife and three children with him He •ays a Mormon missionary told him that if he came #o I tab lie (the missionary) would give hun work as a carpenter, Oieaon will be returned to Denmark. The Wark af ths Resea tag Party ■ tarried by an Aeetdsat. Dunbar, Pa, June 30 —The village was crowded with visitor* restsrdav. Excitement increase* as tke hours paw* and will probably remain at fever kent until the fate of the imprisored mind* is finally determined The work of the rescuing party was again retart rd at I o’clock yesterday morning. Juat as the shifts of men weir changing and while the place where the men had been working throughout the night wa* for a few momenta unoccupied, the roof fell in with a crash. Hundred* of tons of stone and slate fell down, filling up the entry that two days’ labor ha* been spent in opening The escape of the workmen is miraculous. A new *urvey of the mines was mode os far ga it wa* possible to go The engi neer ha* not yet mode his report of calculations Statements from men who were with him show that the rescuing party are much further away from the en tombed miner* than was first thought. Thi* rvj»>rt ho* coat additional gloom over the village. The mine is now well •applied writh air anti if yet alive, aa is hoped, and the men can endure the pang* of hunger they will yet be saved They are now -nice Monday without food or light. It i* *tHted that it will require two or three days' hard work ta reach the place where it is expected that the miners will be found A BAD RAILROAD SMASH-UP. One Vian Killed and Three Seriously Injured—F.ighteen Morel Killed. Kansas Citt, June JU'—A *pecialtoTbe Star from Atchison, Kau.,savs:    A    head end col!i*iou occurred yesterday morning on the Kansas City, St Joseph and Coun cit Bluff* railroad, atiout three mile* east of Atchison, lief ween the pay train and a freight train L Vt Yoct M, engineer of the pay train, wa* killed. The injured are: Coy rn (Tok Pritchard, of the pay train, liadiy bruised about head and shoulders Joseph Hayward, back se rim sly injured Dan Hartlet, assistant rood master, ribs broken. Both engines were telescoped and the tender of the freight engine wa* drive® into a car of horse* immediately behind it, killing eighteen c4 the animals The accident is believe to have been caused by the engineer of the pay train. Alhanv's Kick on th* Fin urn erat or*. Albany, June 30 —There is widespread discontent here over the work and the result of the census enumeration. It is know® that hundreds of families have never been visited, and complaints are lie!mr handed into the newspaper offices by the score It is said that the enumeration will only show about 90,UUU people, the same as when taken ten year* ago, while it i* claimed that a police tally will show over 1U0.UU0 people. It was threatened lost night by prominent citizens that they will «*k for the enumerators’ arrests, claiming that they have not legally done their work In one man’s district eight bolt****, all in a mw, were never visited, and in another there were five discovered at a single inquiry. It la said that Mayor Manning will order an enumeration by the police at once, and will confront the census enumerators and supervisors with the figure*. Rochester** f ount Not Complete. R«* HEMER. N Y., June Jo.—The census enumeration iu this city is plainly incomplete Two cases in one ward in which families were wholly overlooked by census takers have l»*e« brought out, and it ha* been reported that no names at all were taken on Eagle street in the Third ward, the twenty families there having been missed entirely. The names of ten per SOUS at .‘t34 Troup street and 133 Jefferson avenue were reported yesterday afternoon os not having been taken, aud many ot her conc* are constantly coming to light. The suggestion ha* teen made that the Chamber of 4'osimerce defray the cost of an enumeration in a ward or election dis trier a* a te*t of the accuracy of the work of the otfi. ial*. The Immigration Problem. Washington, Jana *jd—The joint committee of the seuate and house investigating the immigration question continued their in%*estigation yesterday Paul Wolff, correspondent of the New York St.tar* Zesting, addressed the committee iu favor of establishing an educational fest so a* to require all immigrant* who land in the United States to be able to read and write. This, he said, would not affect the most desirable cl aas of immigration which crimes from Germany, Ire land and other parts of Europe, while it would successf(illy check the objectionable immigration coming from Hungary and Italy. He also favored attaching im migration agents to consular offices. 4torn per* Accept* Powderly’* Challenge. New York. June JIL— Samuel Gomper*. president of the Federation of Labor, in reply to Mr Powderly * letter published yesterday, promises to lie on hand this evening at the Cooper Union to discuss with Mr Powderly any questions that may arise in regard to the alleged misrap-reqetitalion* of the Knights of Ioihor by the federation Mr. Gomjier* call* atte® tent ion to lite *hortne*s of the notice he received, and point soot that the conditions are not fair for him. but say* he will waive all this and accept the implied challenge in Mr Powderly’* letter. The HulTalo Street Railway’* Charter. Albany, June JU.—Before the attorney general ye*tenlay was heard arguments upon an application to anuul the charter of the Buffalo Street Railway cam pan y so far as it relate* to M:tiu and Niagara streets. The application wa* made by Charles Twitter on behalf off the Central I ai bor union on the ground that the original grant of the city was for thirty year* and that such term expired yesterday. Porter Norton optnrsed the application The attorney general reserved hi.* decision. Refused to Honor the Kequi«ltlon. Boston. June JIL —Brackett ba* refused to honor the requisition of the governor of New York f»jf William L Vinal, who is under indictment in New York county for circulating fal*e statements with the intention af depreciating the value of Lam son More Service sci iiritie*, and who it la alleged has tied to this state to escape pp elution The governor is of the opinion that Vinal is not a fugitive from justice, sod therefore decline* to comply with the requisition. Mr*. Harrison Arrive* at Cape May. Cape Mat, N J., June 30.—Mr*. Harrison aud party arrived from Washington at 5 o’clock yesterday and proceeded in carnages az once to the W anam aker cottage. GENERAL SPORTING. THE IMPORTANT EVENT® ON DIAMOND AND TRACK THE erie sToxtx: Record et Yesterday’s Baseball 4<L Karin# at *he*p«head lay. tit. Loot* and (Yir4|0—Trotting at Binghamton The Cornell Crew Leave* for New Load un, 4 uh a. At New York — New York ...........5    10 0 0 9 4 0 f-17 Philadelphia ......9    ti ti 0 0 a U to f- Hase hits—New York 15. Philadelphia *. Errors-New York J. Philadelphia I Batteries Keefe and Vaughn; t'unuingham ami Cross. I’m jure* Knight aad Jon**. At Pittsburg - Pittsburg 40 0 0 4 3 0 3—IF Buffalo..............0    <19093300-0 Base bits—Pittsburg 17, Buffalo IX Error* Pittsburg 4. Huffoh> A Batterie* tiaivin sud Carroll; Keef® sad Mack. Umpires Borne* ami Gaffney. At (’hieago— Chicago..............0    7 1 1 3 7 0 1 0-JP Cleveland ..........0    (LOUT UUU *- f Base hits—Chicago SI. Cleveland A Error* -Chicago 4. Cleveland 5. Batterie* Baldwin aud Farrell; McGill and Sayner Umpires Fergn*on and Hulbert. national lb aivr a At Brooklyn — Brooklyn...........3    0010400*— I Philadelphia  *    SO I 00000— • Base kit*    Brooklyn    ll. Philadelphia IO. L Phi ladelphia I ftusboug: Smith and •- 4 0~ t Errors- Brooklyn Batterie* Terry and Clements. Umpire* - Powers. At Cincinnati — Cincinnati .......,. 0    0    0    S    0    0    I Chicago.........  0    0    3    0    0    0    0 Has. hit- Cincinnati to. Chicago V Error* Cincinnati *, Chicago 2. Batterie*—Duryea and Keruan; Hutch leon and Kittredge. Umpire Lynch aad Zachariah At Pittsburg— Pittsburg.,...........0    5    to    I    9    3    to    0    *—    « ('leveling ..........•    0    I    I    9    0    0    0    0-    S bai*- hits Pit tabu rg ll, Clevsiand L Erreis Pittsburg A CBvelsad I. Batterie* Will Oumbert and Decker: Wads worth and /.immer “econ • game -Pi; tshur#............ I 99000000—1 Cleveland .....  I    033*900 0-7 Baar b.:* Pittsburg -V Cleveland ll. Emirs- Cit:*burv A CtontUn I 4. Hatferie* /ender, no .der*and Decker: Lincoln an I Zin>mer. Umpire* f»ow*« and Wilson. • mil Aff ASHM IA TIO* At Rochester — Koehe«ter  ......0    3    0    0    0    9    1    0    0—1 Brooklyn.........  0    0    0    1    9    0    0    0    0-1 Base hit*— Rochester M, Brrxtklyn I Error-- Rochester ,I, Broon im 4. Batterie* i aiihan and M- Keough: Matti-Utore aud Toy, Umpire -Tonic. At Phi ladelphia— Athletic  ......4    0    3    3    iff    0    «    I    5—B) By mr tans............o    o    o    o    3    o    o    o    0— 2 Base hit*— Athletic 13. Hymen** to. Err**r* Athletic A Syracuse A Batterie* McMahon and Kobiuson. Sullivan and O'Rourke. Umpire- Disscher Al Columbus— *- 7 0— I  I 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 ...a loooooo Odnroboe 13, Lo«l*viile 3. •iundMi* 4. Louie' .th*9. (•a-t right and O’Connor; Mrakin Colo iii bn*. Louisville Ba e hit* FIrr* >rs 4 I^atterh-K arui Ryan. U uipii> At T T'*l**!«»., St. I>*nis Has h»^ Kr:*irs rh. i t«r» Mat. u, Umpire- Barnum. SBW Toh a *tatb t.ioirt. At Utica— Utica t, John.*town-Glover*ville A At Albany—Albany-Cobleekill game postponed: rain. It* 4 ti \ tm I tlii* w ft- k tor Saturday**    “ale,    l»y[Krie It. from Now York: One -hipraent G,li„ be., fMt Nwk C((tln, lloM wortll ^ ,mly........ R (orth 5Gc,, only. JSC Sic ISO 34c 24c 2Bc 2®c 49c 17c ase ..................Mc .......    Mc ................  4®c   ....48,    50.    65    7*5c    .    ti.3® per yard our price only .......  JUc a. iglu Summer Underwear cv av .    -    -    Hose. due lot ladies best faut him k Ho-e. superior quality. ‘Lie lot ladies’ black dye II.we worth Me., only ... Oui lot very fine assortment lo v, bestrut black double knee Hose worth 44k*., only................ One lot children * best fa.*t black hose, worth 45c, onl).................. One lot lari^* boys best fast black double krnq* Hose, worth fide . only ........ One lot gentlemen's best fast black half Hose. worth 50c., only.............. One lot ladies' very fine fast fancy colored Hose worth65c . only............ One lot ladies new style fancy striped ll **e. warranted fast colors, worth Me only............................................................. One lot ladle*' fancy wide stripe Hone, very fashionable, worth 44)c., only____ One lot ladies’extra Urge Balbriggan lio*e. worth 40e„ only  ........... Ladies best fast black ribbed ILc-e, worth I'm* , only........................ One lot ladies Taffeta black Gloves on v.................................. One lot ladies pure silk Jersey Gloves only.............................. Ladies fancy Blouses   .......... Best fancy Table Oil (.’loth, worih IU New lim* ladies' sud gentlemen’* light- ERIK! STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCE IV, fc NI OU KF KS WANTED Men, and women a*t-iii* Big pay. steady work outili five. Bo expel ic me needed. J. Eli W ll (TMK y, im urwerv man, Roe heat*-r, B. I w i a.* k JTOMiAllT Ain,, Patent Mn me}*, si Tib rt«e Patent*. 4 awat* and Re I -ane* recured fra<le Mark* regi*U-n*i Ait Pan ut buaitifae oiiducied for ui‘*ler.xte I era.    I a formation advice and speetal references sent on request. sJ'ilHl ie i^'Jl IMI A MONTH can be m ule preen tv -y^ew.ee working for us. Person* pte-lerretl who ran furnish a hor»c am*! give their whole ame to the busine'*. Sj»are m-uncot* may lie protu-■Me empio>ed also. A few vjKamie* hi mwn^ And rifle* I F. JOHNSON a L O,, tong Main St.. Rnhmoail, Va. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., lists ju*t meired a full line of it- Em»>lie. •I**lo - ...........0 9    0 9 0    0    0    3 1 ... 3 0    I 0 I    3    0    0 F- Toledo to. St.    D-rit- In. Toledo X St- Ia»u!i» i. Healy ait I    Welch;    Stlv* ft* and race* Nina time, first, time, Race* at St. Lout*. St Lrxrta, June 3l> —^Yeeterday e reatilfcrt aa follow*: Fir*! nice, I mile:    Sens first, Archer *e<-oud, Mary K third, # Second race. ^ mile:    Linlithgow Carroll Re»-<l aecood, 5*ale 'WI third: 51'^. Third race. the Brewer*' cap, miles Heron fir*t. Newcastle secood, FJytoo third, time, 2:42. Fourth race, \ mile heats:    First    heat— Dou*mau tir**t. Annie Burge *eri>nd. Harry Ireland tiiird: time. 1:10^. Second heal -Harry Ireland !ir*t. Dou*man *econd, Annie Burge third; time. 1:19*- Third beat Harry Ireland first, Ilousiiian second: time, 1:10 Fifth race. U* miles:    Carter B. first. Lulu B    second,    Progress    third;    time. *:16V    ___ At Nkeef.j*h«*od Bai. Sheep*hf\d Hay, June JU —The results of yesterday'* race* follow. Fir*t race the Foam stakes, for 2 year obi* •% mile: Ambulance first, Sal lie Mc Ute!laud    second.    Terrifier    third;    time. IAU 1-5 Second race, I mile: Major Daly first. Kenw.Mid second. Eon third, time. 1:40 1-5 TI.mi r;uv. the Volunteer handicap, for 3-year old*. 1miles: Judge Morrow fir*? Admiral    would,    Banquet    third;    time 2:ie» 4 a. Fourth race, the Sheepsheail Bay handi cap. Il, miles: Iaontake first. Stndeavvay second. Cu-itaway ll thin!, time, 1:55 3-5. Fifth race. I mile: Fonlhaxu first. Salvini second. Defaulter third; time, I 42. Sixth rats*. I1# inil»-*: Philosophy first, St. Luke *«s'ond, Zephryrus third, time, ®:ll I-®.    »_ Chit-ago Race*. CKK ago, June ’JU—The race* at West Side park vesteniay result**! a* follows: First race, % mile:    Va*hti first. Bon nie Las* second. Only Dare third: time, utr-i Second race. I 1-18 miles: Joe Blackburn first. Ormie *»*cr»nd. Miss McL’nl-lough third; time I - Tbini race. I 1-18 nid»-s:    Wrestler    first. McMurtry second. Jed third: time, I JiU. F*»urtn race, \ mile:    Tom    Stavens first. Kemp Diila.d aartnd, Diamond Dick third; time. 1:17. Fifth race, % mile:    ll    araru boun* first, Bankrupt second, Texas Girl third, time, 1:17. Sixth race. % mile:    Autumn Ia*af first. Ruth secoud, Pasaion third; time, I UCI. Trotting at Uinghanttan. Binghamton, N Y., June JO—Summaries of yesterday’s races: 2:45 class, purse f4oo Madge first, Fritz second. Dan S. third; time, 2:30*^. 2:24 <li*s. pacing, purse $4*10 King Toskev iir*t. Lucy B second, Billy Flem mg thtnl; time, 2:26!^. *’ 2:-!u class poatponetJ nntil to-day Cornell’* Crew Going Into Training. Ithaca, N. Y., June 2fi.—The Cornell university crew and the freshmen eight, in company with their trainer, Charles Courtney, left here I aet night for Naw London where they will ^o into training for the race next Thursday on the Thames. u mm ass mm, Etjiial to any in the city, aud •it price® that will pay you to see him liefoie purchasing. TLKTt >N S Fine Shoes, you want a nice-fitting We have tile largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain anti light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. V\ e carry a complete line ut N KT- If aud stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS’ $3.<»0 Calf Shoe iii Button and Congress, iii broad, medium or narrow toe, is the liest shoe for the money that has ever been offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and lie convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I 3 Centre Street PATENTS! ( avi'Att, an<l Trad# Mark* obtained, aud all Pair ut I, Miurti coml lie lad for Moderate Feaa. (lur oft! *■ it o|>|u>ette I S. Paten! office. Wa hair no -ul* ..geactea, alt bu*tue*a dire* Lhaacg • an Gar.-.K'i (latent bu*tne** in Ie** limo aad at I aga « .-I than UtOM> remote from W aa to tag - Ion. s. lid is oriol, rirswing, or pboto, wtlh de** •-rip (“ti vt •* advi«e if paiatilablc or not, fraa of charge i *u tt>e uot due till patent la aerured A iMw.h, ** llu* ut Obtain Pateuls,’* tanto ref- crete cm ie ai mal «-li«ut* in your iRala,county. or lo* n, -vin tree. Addr#** C. A. SYO YI A CO., OpIHMiite Patent oaic«. VVanfeingtua, D. C. -CJood^ AJ^D £aF^PET3. iDAK.IKLDBDflZ ANOESSOH A SKK!' AS KLOCK. ;V,m;-40’2 Main Street, Buffalo, -    -    N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is:    “Second to None.” We wish to he second to none in your servil e. Try us anti see. We wish to imp re se u|>oti our out of town friend*, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff aud the prunable increase in the cost of nearly ail kinds of dry goods, that the month of June will Ik? 'the month for them to shop.    Prices were never lower than they are at present in our store. lf the proposed tariff hill passe*, price* must go up. We are ottering splendid bargains iii sateens aud ginghams and sn i n rn cr wash fabrics of all kind®. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen* blue mixed sbirta and drawers in medium weights, at 50c per suit. Gentlemen’* Balbriggan underwear, oik: per suit Gentlemen’s blue angola shirt* and drawers at ‘J.'k: each, 40c. gouda. Ladies Jersey vesta as low aa 10c. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vest* with lace trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vests at 25c. 'each. White and black lisle thread Jersey veals at 75c. each Silk vests, all colors, 75c each. Linen prices will tx; considerably ad vanced if the tariff ii changed Our prices are much below even current price#, aud we are selfing fine doth*, napkins, D’Oyleya, towels, etc., at rare bargains    - New stele* in (*ara*nds. New styles iu gloves New fctyle* in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for JC ar pets, Bug*, Draping and upholster!ng'fabrica. MfJirn and AM KUC AH BLOCK, MAIS HT HK BT, BUFFALO. N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, Mi4 MAIN ST., Kl. FFA IAI, N. T. Id toro, DKA LXK IH Diamond®,    Watcher and Jewelry, Clock*, 'silverware, l<ealn«-r (joods, etc P. S*1RA VINO, GO LU ,f HIL I KR PLA TIS A CG MFI. ET* LINK OF :UV4 WAIN ST KIS BT* BUFFALO. N Y. kS&JtA’ili cftrr tkTx wk IRECIUEO PE/! Hide rn lr ly GEO. A. I lose SORT; THE RICHT OKES <RL TOPAN0<RE MCBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;