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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               DUNKIRK N. Y WEDNESDAY. JUXR 25, 1S90. B REPRESENTA TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A .NEW KILTXO MAIHINE 1 r ruliog ill of w the litDr "J be Sserhanlra] ut DonkirklrVintinirl vnpanv FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. A BUSY DAY IN AND SENATE 'yssterdey the eonfereace report OB (he "aval approsnaueo bill was to Ihe postoalos bill was thea takea np THE SI GAR THUS! BOTH THE HOU8I "d The followmg are the THE AP-Fai eno a c-r.v, SENATE reeomm.nded by the com FOR STAY OF PRO- CEEDINGS DENIED I on appropnaUoas Incresumg the for "Mil depredations in A Long Debate In the Ksase Over a specters, fees and from tjfiu Motlou u> Consider the g.lrer Bill To- 'Meaning the for clerk I "B postofllees irom V! JfXI OuC 390 UTS L. Pension Appropriation Bills. I the item for transportation of foreign June the ho_ to the nr-t amendment Mr Wholesale ami retail dealer ID mad China. Ac UHAUTAUUIA HUTKL, per >iay Utverr and Boar.uug stable. 10 i V u tor Hi.ier. SO anil 3S7 Lion airecL am Putter who hart been deputed by g a LSKIKK bteilNU OHSLRV KK Usilv in the Cotioi> An jueviualled advertiaii if ne.tiuin nailer house bi 1 ihe 4.J and tit, I ion str-et, Opinion Saj. tbe INr. poratloa Has Violated fta Charter and Failed In Performance of Its Corporate Duties. Manufacturing; Corporations Most Re- main They are Created SABATOGA. June il court of peals jestenUv handed duwn i dei i ap- in the of the Nortb River com pans (the ,-ugar trust case; di-mi-.- ug fruru theoidiruf with the ileiiMnt? in [artthede- fecdini mutioii f .ra tlaj ut prix.vfiin.ifi The d ,n was mritttn by Judgs Fin li in Ih- ji' int-nt sought the fenii.it n ,uf of torixiratt- dfaih The l.ich and tLi j J o t lock ednes- bill was passed The senate then proceeded to the con fj- f s tua _ v, ...ju Dealer in sit. Baled flay previous question be c-on- and consular formal or lu idenul but material and 'y ir v >kcd represej s the of the K, nilicwiun mnsi lest nil. n gia cause am! be war ranted by material mucwuiluct Ihehfi of a corporation it indeed let. than tha of the humblest cltlien and jet It en velopes great accnmuliuon of property moves and carries in large volume the i and ent4 of the people am mav not destroyed without clear sue Those would be true even if the lature should debate the destruction of the corporate life by a repeal of the cor xirate charter but it is beyond dispute where the summons ita defender be- I re Its judicial and submits its ro their Judgment and view 3y that process it assnaies the burften of establishing the charges which H has made aud must show us warrant In tae acts for the relief whi( h It seeka. 1 wo of he charges preferred in the complaint lave druppea out of They were of ittle imp. ruiace and have prudently dtamisbe.l fruui the inquiry for that rea son and we are left to consider the one grava aad serious accusation to Thlch alone the proofs and arguments havis been directed That accusation u, adequate to the purpose for which it it framed but upon twe conditions which dictated the like of inquiry and limit the area of dis cuisloa It appears to be settled thnt the state as prosecutor, must -how en the part of the corporation accused some sin against the law of its being which has produced or tends to produce injury to the public The transgression must not be merely l-f Cj Uep, L kaay eas to all trama an I bus- tiuiM houaea. beat (or Cuoi- awrcial Travelers. Jobn 1 Murphv 1'rop EHLKKM fit cabmel ag Firtnre frames lnir.1 dtreei. are an I t p le to orler sidered as ordered I He deniaoded the previous question on ordered and twenty minutes debate was allowed on either side Mr Mllliken of Maine asked whether an amendment was In order and in formed that it was not Mr McMillan of Tennessee criticised the action of the crrn mittee on rules. He recited the action of appropriation bill 8.no aQd as tQ from the committee on the public welfare For the state doe-, not r, to the ouceru the quarrel, of private u.mper.sauon .f the minister tu Tnrkev Ir for them -uthcient Agr etl tn I courts nml lemedleo 1 ut intervenes as a Mr Sherman foreign relati fr.jin ft to 110 000 The amendment relating to tht work of the Hiternuiloual American c. nfercnte was reached and Mr Morgin an 1 iSr Reagan made speeches m prm-e of the Metican and of the e tral American and SIATTE.HON a CO 30] Cectral Ave s of fmBbiODantJ G that committee when the silver bill was American republics tirst inusidered in cuttine off the right of amen.linent prooo-ed bv Mr party oulv where some public interest re- it- ndiun rionuioni may and efteo do their authoritr wherem thair pnv te When are ndjiiMed uus, ends and all harm averted but where the trans- ha-a vvi ler and threateus ItaJ ou- power te mortgage property we wrenty refineries willing to them selv es> IB its ceacroL It b concealed by tbe best authoritj that it Is a trust The growth of the trust u then sketched history shews that there was cor- action on the part of the .Nortb Kivec bugar Refining company which bound it The corporation fhus became an element of the trust. The way the companies could hare prevented the trust beings formed was by refusing to register oriefogmze the illegal tramfer of stock and could have refused to register the transfer upon the books appealing to the law oo -ii stain them thus shattering the trust, at I he outset of lt_s career Toibe lawful all corporate acts should have41ieeu done by all of the various com panyi -t.ickhi Iders and trustee" instead of bv IBM-let- alone The question to be de- termtmed n whether the conduct of the de- f'nnunt in aulmg to form the trust was lliexnl In all of the points which were reviewed it is found that the corporation was tiomg a public injury and in avoiding the state law which compels reservation cf corporate rights proved nufaithful to Its dinner and duties It is a violation of law tfor corporations to enter into a part- ner-tiip u shown in the case of hiteten- ton vs I pt m 10 Oray 598 which funitohee CORNELL WINS. A LONG, STRONG AND HARD PULL TO VICTORY An Excltliig RMC. fruu to Finish or ken Taklac the Lead mad Holding It ta the End. Winning kr Abo.t Two BoM Lengths, With Tale and Colmbln Third. NFW LONDON, Conn., The Cornell freshmen won their race with the Yale and Columbia, by about two boat lengths Iiut evening Columbia was behind Vale The time, 11 rather Blow Cornell started with a streke of 40 and spurted to 43. Yale's was 86 to 46 and Columbia was about W to the mlo nte e At half nul, Ccraell led Yale by iarly two lenaths with Oiliimhl.'. lengths with Columbia's beet reasons at length properly formad If the trust had as a corporation ii AKELJ MTKAJI HKATTNU anulsrtaren of Steam ileitlmx Saiitarr Plumbing s I IOME STEAM our spernlues Fine lu. X cuffa an 1 curlama r ree v 4- Cumoi nic" 3u" center street undrr the laws, the twenty separate com- panies would have been dissolved aod not remain m existence as in this case TIbe prrseut corporation or trust puts upau the market a capital stock proudly .tenant of actual values and capable of an I m bed eipansi jn It H one thing for the to respect the rights of ownership and, quite another thing to add to that pcKibihty a further extension of those consequences by creating artificial per aoris> to aid in such aggregations It cor porntions cati combine and mass their fortes m a solid trust with little added risk to capital already in, without limit to nagnitude a tempting and easy road is opened to enormous combiuations vaitlyexiee.lmg m number aod strength an f possibilities of individual ownership Tbe law seeks to protect individuals ratter than combinations (louclii.ling the opinion says The de c ban violated its char ter and failed in the performance of its coifKirate Jutles and that in respects so mure, ial anj important as to justify a urlgment of dissolution. Having reached th w result, it is needless to advance into wider discussion over monopolies aud ho problem of political economy Our duty is to leave them until some proper eixpncies compels their consideration without either approval or disapproval of he views expressed by the court below Ae are enabled to decide that m the state hero can be no partnerships ef separate and independent corp rations whether dlrectlv r incllre. tlv through the medium }f a trust uo substantial -inch av juL, and tisreiranls the statutory m, lud restraints but that mauu acturing must be aud re- main several o were or one the statute The judgmtnt appealed from 13 affirmed with costs Upping Vale's ConwU's work was good and they gained another length and a half before the second flaaj was reached Yale's steering was rather poor, the ooi- giving the boa) two bad swerves two at the Yale mcu splashed badly and No 4 made matters by catching a crab and throwing the men behind him out of time After paving the mile flag Yale gmned about three-quarters of a length on while Columbia fall back a little Ladie es' Fancy Flannelette Bop extr. quality PlMneMte Blous, 48c. and Lorn, 11 led Yale by a hall leagthiT All through this half the crews spurted plaiuiv showed that they were work iw. ll" twisting himself la every shape I. fm ,K UB- le boat was nearly a aaimnger In e n the last quarter ale reduced the lead a little but Cornell though badly winded crossed the line a m-aer Columbia named a little In the last quarter, but not to chaage the poaitiou cml time U The Hard wood Croquet Seta, ni.vly painty, Chillis eight mallets, only 95c. Best Mexican Hammocks, Leavy braided edges, full four- teen feet, worth 35, only 95o. Very stronij Picnic and Ltin.h Baskets, ouh iud 2Uc. Garden Sets-Hoe. Rafce and Shot el, onlv 22c Adjustable Hammock each. All kinds Fettmg, only 6c. Ladies' Summer Cortets, only trow Cornel! H -48 450 1U ulumbia The Cornell men paraded the streets last Ml_ht with I .nil. lllle coui ni i cclihratm_' ihelr to in irrow ON THE DIAMOND tnlts of Three Principal PIAVEKs Games IB the II K. OEHM. t rtiirl at. jf Buffalo ljtrtarer leawia F ue Hhoea which votug H OKI WEILKK'S NEW STOKE. Thir.1 ,L Bo, t, -utmuerv- MH-H al I Uulv.iuiivYt.eklv Kauei P fcoo. Ixxtkd A cpcciallv (OB PKIflTlNlii.t evert le: lowest l.vuifT rate4 Dunkirk Printing Compaa 8 su 1 10 r -e., u I ir. ripti BPRKN cTKlent L.eDe I Ut the curt Center lu-u.-dc.jfc Iva aj MO central Aveoue eailq for Wall paper P 1.1.1 o I FBKItl-IS. J W_ tenter street Manufacturer and Isalertn Ilai -i Bniijrt. i oilant. Truakj W B 3.ila 1 SCHOLTK-., a cut and dried program 'would prevent the huli-e from upon free mage Mr Kmlev of Ohio -aid that the pur pose f the re- Intl. n vv i, t secure def nite and ee.lv Hctuin on the subject of Mlver HII I he vv cs r -ed at Ihe oppo-l tion frmii the other dc The> invited the house to.oiicur or non-coucur in the senile amendments 1 Mr -printer of Illinois said that the Republnaus had had their ear? to tbe i ground aud had JIM h id m awakeu.ng and at la-t somewhat taiMilv it was true n t the Republican lenlers had been obliged to come river to tlie iJetn.H ritic position On nun nofMr Mi Muley the special rule wa.- n without division 1 Mr longer of Iowa chairman of the I coinage committee presented the report of that committee It simply recom men led that the house non-concur in earh and all of the senate amendments to the I silver bill and a conference on the -unie Mr Blaud of Missouri moved that the I hmis, nuirin the senate amendments I W ith motions pending the del ate l beican Mr Conuer taking the miatiatlve Mr Conger charged that coinage .gent, and the pension appro- a ,d -ep.nd does that excess or abu- pr. now goes to the resident threaten or harm the welfare- we 1 he at b p m adjonrned fin i 1 tna, ir ome an in tegrnl part Hnd element of i-------------------- ombination THE TURNERS' CONVENTION which over it an aUolute con trjl and   Object ro Auy Chance Belug Made terms of Its entire business activity In Immigration Laws. (Alllisstxk is mile t entral association the afternoon l" onsistmjtoQlvof se-s, Timers bund convention lndlvl ''o di-tnhnt a res. lutlon WH> a.li sifruifyiui, us ob-, srO( kl.ol lers certmcates of je uou t anv coaive i i t ie preseut unai 'tLl: lto'lr'1 arrv I -oporti inate inter lt.capital stock Tail loetr elsewhere. filj the senate bill meant a bid of V plr to callon me M re pur nil! a" 1 "U the of the world Mr Conger charKerl that under the senate bill the flSODUl 000 appropriated for pen sions would depreciate ami ihe gallant pensioners would -iitTer a lews Con ger charged that the silver had hired lobbyists to urge a free coinage bill Mr Bland said that there was no H.CAK14CO, Lion slret-l. iieneral Uaniware.n'hite Psinter l Z -upplira, oil CIoth_, Grai. te Ware v Jpe, la] f-herwii. Williams _ ttlaik l kiutisuf blanks .looe at Dunkirk Yi Compauv s 10 fe. secouil st. laws and pe'_ its members upport anv HII l date for congress wh .1 ,1 nut -o th uk In next bunds iurn fe-t will be held at in aud tl e next coaven tiou at ashiugton 111 i-rj Tae head quarters if the 1 uru build will be con t at s-r Louis Ke-solnti int were adopted toaintate the Australian ball n reform HIII! the ele, turn of the bv n i jj il ,r vote instea 1 of t v ele, t rs ds   reeive from th the other refineries amasse, a.s pn tits in the irea-llrv of tin boird 11 pr p, rtiona'e h ire for liv i-, on am mg it UVVH stixkhuUers owning the sul stitutex cr In re urn for thl- a.lvantag it t as liable t be m no fo us own onrporale benefit al. ne butt si with fuu.ls tlie inntrollmg boar wltnthit Ixurd rea  tbe Aurora Railr-n.1 Vfau-n Repairing a ape, tally Frank F S3 K TnirJ at. VITW MIK'KKK, Kercttant Tailor REWARD! "E "ill pay the above noanl for any cast "-omplauu, DjsiKpMa.sit.k Ueallrcbr wv eoalaimagjip.il, s cou11 in that either He leuie-i that there was anv. lobbv If he ul I n .t ci t free coinage be was wilhii.' t, cri t the hotis. bill with an anirii Imeiii pnv.J'ag that the notes out.tHiilnm'shv. id not be limited to the ci.-t pmc of the bullion and an other that the note- sb7nll be redeemed in coin He pre.liae.1 thit under free cornice woiili take the placeof jn an the world s exchange for gold an.i silver 'Mr Kerr of Iowa cntici-ed some provis- ions f tbe senate bill especially the pro- visun lint bulliau owners might receive "let w rh coin ertin. ates Mr Hill -aid he did not, believe the ex i-tms warrnnred free coinage mn u i- unjnim u I I> ir j the afr i teied tht-hill an 1 i tion He was heartil i.i i M Hen en I ed the conven ap] lauded was ever in to that the stockholders o IT al- I one or man> soij aoso h leh to the 1 iheir entire stock an( their own uteitst u 1 th. property ".-aV, mav then it is difficult to see herem the corporal i in has -iuned or what it ha.- .1 )ne more than for a time to omit to do busine-s ls tce apptilent a theory Un the other hand it is contended that there never vv as a sale but a trust cimsti tute.1 1.5 niiiriiiim.iwiiu.it tuattuev who auree 1 were the wl lie of stock hol.lers in eacb ifrpuntion mcessanlj reprr-tnted and bindn i. tie cr rtolIltIOQ ii-ilf thatthe> their shires to the lionrl upon the tru-ts dec1 m the deed that the cei t it c wt by rhe board were their forma! deilartiion of oiporate sti kh binelisnitou "Strike. BIN. HVVITC-. N June fommit of the- ciijar rollers and bunchmakcrs waited on the mauu fact irer- vtstenHv and demanded the ad v inn a _Tee.I up.in by the sinkers They in most instances A me, Una w ,s hel.l bv the strikers for the purpo-e of cnnsulmni; a future plan of j the trust'thatThe action The manufacturers sav the} tan I parted with the title of'their Mr of Illinois argued m favor of pav the lulvanre demanded free coinage and wu.i the house bill treated silver a omiuotlitv Mr Tovvu-eudof Colorado said that if he could u >t get free coinage he would vote for n four and a half million bill aa an improvement ou the pre-ent 1 iw Mr Law of Kansas said the men who lienl the and mortgages oppo-ed thi tu the chiseu tru-tees with the power to vote ui on it hut retained n- ben. n._ial ownersh p thr. ugh the on of the certinca'es and' so the ccrporanoi nan nnt >f the hit comiwtition of the New irk and Penn-vlvauia mannfac timrs all tbe rollers aud bunch m .ker- m the Rre nut The inkers terwla" partner-hip w'uh the' and they are determined to I trol in construing these two theories uev claim to l tLe court sajs that in contract? tbebuver isaiivantiire which m thu case was the board should union will bind it-elf to a term of sale but artord number 2 make a "tubliorn s have the manuf ici and that the f i irn Mr Struble ot Iowa said he drew the 6ne at a law that would consume the entire A me tic in silver product for he feared lunation more than he did contrac- tion. Mr Whjeler of Alabama favored the of senate bill AdjnarnedL _ personal propertv price June JS-lue s ipreme court! In the light of these the board jesterdav the bill in equit> was simply an agent, which is the char onnii..iit bv igumakep. union Xo T, a of a trust The action th" luteruaii ,uaj t uion of placed the stock in the hands of hich a trustee, Mi enco. to rcstraiu lister Br ivton from flow, that no sale was mten.ied but si counterfe tiug that pl> atransfer in trust This is also prov of the umou IN IBKATE. ta the senate Cuant Kalnokv 111 June lit Kalnoky fmu au ack of dysentery ----also proved t by the mortgage olause Xo absolute 1 owner requres permission to mortgage, but here the supposed buyers are author Is Ued put Ba.e r rr arJ lur in Luif ire- 1 -i 0 11 1 0 vn il 0 u I 1 n i hit i in In Pro, khue rs i a. klvn II s Ball MII tarred .r II vttrea and Daily 11 ues iind OaffDej AT IONAL I EAIiLE. At PL Ulel f I 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 "-h i-x UV02111I, Biue hit Philalelphia 1 Pittsburg 8 Err r- H i a 1. pliia Pitt-burn kcr> and Clements Lmpire Pjwera At' in mna in mnaii 0 2-3 o BarstoD 000000 0 0 u 0 0 2 Incmnatl t Bo-ton 4 Errors C m muati Boston 1 00 r and 0-0 0- S li-K-pu at nav view first third timn 1 11 !-econd race the Manuals! stakes for 8- year old fillies miles Her Highness arst Gloaming wcond Flora Ban third time 1 1 lard race 1 i-16 miles Fol-om first Eon third time 2-03 S-5 fourth race Tonev Mini stakes, Ik miles Fnenzi first Prmc, Kor U second aenonta thira time I jo1, llfth i the Z, ,bVr stakes vrar-iMs mMr. B l-ro first -ecouii Hus-ell tilne 10 miles Brian Boru flrst ruin ocaa -econd 3 11 CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just reeene.1 a dill line of PATENTS! C "-ole troa. C. A. 8MOW A CO., Opposite Patent Ofjce D C Main BuflFalo, N V SECOND TO NONE. Our Vone lone in ee. to motto H -Second to be SPPond to our service. Try m and We wish imprvw our Fncea are at fir ericeiir third ChlcaCo til er naim lu, Penmual thirl time Battene- an.i Baldwin Al Cleveland and Bennett Foreman 00 4 2 0 2 0 0 u i) Bj-e i-   M i ,n 1 uapire slW VOKK STtTI I EAOtt A.t -l.ill ble-kill tt. Johnstown- luver v-Me Oneunta-Oneonta 1% L tica L AtTnj-Trov la. Albany a. The ninera >ot let Rnched. DC-XBAR, Pa. June 25-The where- bonts and cm, l tioas of the entombed mers are mysteries still diggers has been The coarse of again slightly langeii This is construed as evidence iat those m charge of the work are coa- nsed The diggers are themselves dis- agreed as to their location. The walls ot a burning building at Hll- -iheim, Hanover, fsU yesterday, klllins! 1 1 tulle for.) "-econd race 1 mile Ixing, vit fort! third tl if Thinl race the st .Us for ysarol.l tiliies 6, Philun Mr-t Ksperaiiza second Ma-y thini time rourth race Rilie-pierre rtt BiiMness second Arundelthird time ruth race heats, mile First heat Lnite first Mdette second third time, 1 17 Second heat K itie S first Inlte second Bertha third time 1 17 Third heat, Katie S first t uite second time 1 A Fight Between Llchtwelghts. DAYTON O June K Bewnian the Cov-inpton litbtweight defeated lomiTi in a 7-J round contest wit two-ounce gloves early yesterday mom ing Tte fight took place three miles from Dayton and was tvitnesMd by a nnm ber of Cincinnati sports Both men were badly punished PENNSYLVANIA REPUBLICANS A Hoi Fight at Herrl.bor, for Ihe Gabernatorlal Nomination. HAKBISBIBO, Pa June J5 were made by the Delamater men jester day to induce Maj Montootb to accept a second place on the state ticket Maj Montooth last night that be wants nothing but flrst place, but the Delsmater people think he will finally ao- cept second place Delamater Is generally considered to have a sure thing for first place but Hastings fnunds express great confidence If Montooth second the Delamater people say it will ga- te either W at res, Mania or Pass ler United District Attorney Lyon of Pittsburg will be permanent chairman of tbe convention, which opens at 10 a. m. to-day The platform will indorse Sena- tor Quay favor the proposed federal elec Uon law the per person th- border raid claims bill, the McKjnley tariff bit! J E4ual to any iu the city, and it prices that will pay ou to him befoi d purchasing. ut of town friends, m view of the Jroposed changes in the tariff and tbe prooable in, ream m ihe cost of nearly all of dry goods, tfaal the month of Jllnp will be TH> month for them to shop. were n.-ver lowei thaa present in our atore. ll the proposed Unff bill pncea must go We are onVrmg bar- gaiug in sateens and ginghams and summer wash of all kind.. tialance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote tbe following m Gentlemen, blue mixed aad drawers in medium weights, at SOc Gentlemen's Balhriggan underwear per suit Gentlemen's blue anqnla and drawers 25c each, 40c. goods Ladies Jersey vests u low as JOc each a secret ballot taw protection of American labor and exclusion of contract foreign labor It will also indorse Presi Unrnson, Governor Bearer and San kMIU ator Cameron. Fatal CoUlalov at Seau DO-., June The bark Ethel from Londoa for Brisbane was We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, band and machine sewed JWe carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If want a nice-fitting and stjlisL shoe, try a pair of this iiake. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, n broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street balbngifan TeaU wub tnmmicg 15c worth jersey al aic White and black lisle thread Jencv at TK: each Silk Tests, all colors 75c each Laoen pneti will id the tanff Is changed Our prices are much below even currant prices and we are selling floe cJolbe napkms D Oyleys towels etc at rare bargains New in paraeols New in glures New nylcs >a hosiery Ueadquartersjn Buffalo Rngs Draping and up' Ada! and AMKRICAJI BLOCK. MAIN HTRKET BUFFALO. K V. Manufacturer and Importer. MAIN Bvrrjujo. m. w. Diamonds, DK4XBB Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware. Leather Owls, etc ntra. ooio 4 tu fLA A COMTLBTB or MAIN STREET, BUFFALO W V Go toMonroe's for Curtains and Fixtures   

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