Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 25, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 25, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol., xx B HEP It KS HST J TI VE USINESS HOUSES FIFTY-FIRS1 CONGRESS.    THE    SU,AK IKM ■ ASE. I he p»*mtuMm A BtiSV DAV IN BOTH THE HOUSt ANO SENATE OF DUNKIRK. sun Kl I.O<» M 44 MlWft mil kin*!* ‘t I'Ufti* ** I*- **«#-» I->r ruling A I- >H I>«b*4# la th* Moduli U ( iHUltltr th* ba; Th* <w>ual« Paw Mall* anat Consular, Hmm Or ar a S.har Bill Ta-a* th* Dipt#-Post ode* anal he M«'haut.'a Dual Paaaina Appropi tat iou Billa. rl|Pm I ta pan v I miMiKi.o    mr A ' antral Av#buc. ommMM Mlafcei I iu PijaH A J i rrs- of 11 or* I *n-i **jf% < W 4| L«ai*r,    *-»    au    l    Utk Err* 4 lit ( omap* lra< i f.*r «t. >•(#»•<# lot* Mliciiai. K hirniKli. its ao.l » « rotral Att l*t».*ft*rr* |*u#r.    Iu»tAataa#o<i* rn spaeiaUy. St Mer* tor ai,ucti at. exrepl tor H. Art»«h ttu*u>*rra pit# of a#«*i not vat aah.#*. 1»0*»K KIMIKK1 -Jams* UviNii. Pre. > ,<r * o.r. Nu. I* L S#» <*o I atm*I. o**r H alfaki •trwi, Dunkirk. Si. 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AV NUB*. cf damnit;#*I line —flirt®, ll* I I i att. h . au l Ijm** I urta.ua Pre* A W. Cumin ne*. >*t tenter *tr»e l*r ti ORM «• K. i lur I st. * Mnaafnr-tnrvr aiel lea** r -*f Biifsk* i a P t ne lh * As A tho HfNKl MPH IHS NKW STORK, im K thin -t.    'Uhi'ufn,    Mipi.-ai    in sty a ase t», Ma. rn/, i on*. l>tui tu4 ii ll) Paper* « i cvcrv Ui> « |.-ru>«.u. s cli *i I- 4 store St bun. Iwsiks a i»p>-« isiti. .I OH PKI.S TISi. <•! ever hi ar est I, staff rat** hi Dunkirk Prtuucf * ti. I lo P. sr.. JU, XAN Kl KPN A tiTi'tebl aa*l t»ea*r*i sr* ta Beal P. cia lr ami I, aitratt.Wi un I ti lt*e . arr »jf .us real* « npt u a I..I al > ouip*u., u t >L M IN, |,r* Life lit-urica l*eai- oaaa. Pv,irui«f or* >i*i1» i-oUe.1- i* Center *C. tau fl.«*r ON KOK s PM ABM ti %, ta* * en ira i arrau# • ea I., larirr* for M all Paper Puul „»J I » KKR I Ss, J. W. I    AM    I    enter    street. Banufa< ti rer aiel tea « r u ii*r#r-»*,- tin#** *.‘ oiiar**, TruuKc.W a pa, Ii I ti.) 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Bear me I. |M>t BmrliCf. .sate, fee*! aul Liver? -taLit stat intr bf lh* Oat >»r week «>*t n-ae*-t.ai t terms. im J. 4.1 PKO Bl*. ^ cia.r» ,i»« -era I JmI Centra, Are, I, claire , <triter* ii.clima,* sa t h»S' Eclat* ayme I ire. Lite, Ar. i. tea I, at.’ I.,ie osel luurtut.    Hr. nit pl    aiusnuon r I en to hut a* an.l sell! ap U* a. E*la u T/ I. JUM A Ti E. Tut rn ac. cor imr. fc see ta, or Meat Market. I resit, sail sa,*.,keel blea ta, l.ar-C v.i»*tri *. * -ut* Pout Ur?. VS J ATA HKS, JHI l l kl. At ’BU) Ut* Aurora Kiitrist it sir a Betta na* a specialty. Frank ¥. supf. »3 E 1km ii NY VA* M BFK. Merman! (a«lor. » « eatrai l»ei.a* SoOO REWARD! W AAB I SCTOX, June » —In the house ' ym-ferdaT afur th* reading of the journal, Mr Springer of Iilin>'H* caiied attention to the fait that it showed Caf the !**m»1a live appropnailoo bill, aa amended by tho I senate bad beeu referred to th* committee on appropriations without notion to the house He maid that if anything had I men der hied in the ma* of the silver bill it wa* that the referrer should lie made m open house and *at the bill should have gone to the rotnmittee of the whole The spanker said that the usual custom had been followed that the record duly informed the house of references and. therefore, declared the journal approved The report of the coot nut tee on appropriations upon the Belial* amendments to the legislative btl! was presented by Mr Butterworth He sat*! that in the < aae of inconsequential amendment* the committee retont mended concufreons, but w here aalan** were increased or new offices created the committee recommended non-coacufretKS The report of the c«>anil, it ten wa* agreed to and a conference order*, i Bena’* amendment* to the house MU for s public buiidlug at Columbine Ga . were diaagrtMHi to and a conference rwqu*sted Senate amendments to the bill granting right of way to the Pittsburg, f.ilumbus and Fort Smith Ka! I row! company through th# Iudtau Territory were concurred in aud the bill pa**r»l A conference was ordered • rn the bills to auf burlke bown* to select public lands for cemetery purp^we*. I providing for a light hour# tender for th# Portland, Ore., district, to reorganise the castrati* collection district of Puget Sound, to increase the number of manager* of national bo tues for sol un leer nrddiera Senate amendment* to the house bill to extand th* time for payment of pur* ha*e I money for lands of the Omaha Indiana in Nebraska w*r* an reed to Mr McKinley of Ohio. from th* com lliittee on rule#, reported lit* foP'wmg resolution Hanoi red. That immediatei) after the !•**#- agr of tht« reaoiution the house proceed t# 1 iH,r,«»d*r house bill i*!*l lh* silver b»!i> with wnal* sui* i*i mc a t». aiel at J o clock ^ r,i:»#a-<l*y. J aa* A the pres iou* question b# caa-shi. r*d as ordered. He demanded the previous question on the adoption of th# reaolution which wa* ordered aad twenty minute* debate was allowed on either aide, Mr Milliken of Maine a«ked whether an amendment w*a in order, aud w%* informed that it wa* not Mr McMillan of Tenuesaee criticised the action of the com rn it tee on rule* He reviled the action of that committee when the allver bill was bm consider**!, in cutting off the right of amendment and debate and *«aid that this was another proposition of the *ame kind —an iron clod rule to bind the bouse and prevent it from vipresslng Its views Mr Bland of Mnwouti wanted to concur iu the wnafe amendment# Mr bl*nmt of tsworgia deprecated th* practice <*f c«»ntrolling legislation eyer clad bv the commit few on rule* Before th* s;i#8ker wa* •‘jve.tkcr. he ha*! always been in favor of a full and fair deflate, but now he found it easier to do Im*me*** VIT hour it He feared that limier the rule fhs coinage committee would come In w,th a cut and dried program which t would prevent the h<>u*e from voting upon free . .un »ge Mr McKinley of Dhto said that the pur-poH of the reaotntion wa# to secure deft nit# aud    a* turn on the subject of „j|v*r and he wa. vurj*r sd at the opjwwi-tion from th* other ride. They invited th* bons* to itHii ur or nwo-coucur in the arna!* amendment#. Mr Springer of Illinois said that the Republicans ba*i had their ears to the ground aud had jn^t had an awakening aud at last. soul*a bat tardily it was true, the Republican leaden, had been obliged U* come over to the ll* rn erratic poaition I in rn >i» n of Mr M Kiulry the special rule w s- a*lof*ted without division Mr Longer of Iowa, chairman of the ‘ comae* committee, precented the reinirt of that committee It simply recommended that the house non<“oacar in ea. h and all of the senate amendments to the silver bill and request a conference on the same Mr Rlaud of Missouri moved that the hoiw . ..to ur in the *enate amendment*. With til*-** motions prod mg the d*i*ate began Mr Conger taking the initiative Mr Conger charged that free coinage under the senate btl! meant a bul of kl per I'ent. premium oil the silver of the world Mr Conger charged that under the sen st* hill the I!.Mi Mi <■«* appropriated for pen sums would depreciate aud the gal isnt pensioners would suffer a lo## M- Longer charged that the silver •peculator* had hired lobbyists to urge a free coinage bill Mr Bland said that there wa# no spec u I at ion in gold, and if there wa# free coinage of silver there would is* no-pee illation in that either He denied that there was any lobby If he on Id u*t get free coinage be was witling to accept the house bill, I with an amendment pn»vi.l.ug that the notes outstanding should n*A be limited Dv the co*»t prne of the bullion, aud an .gher that Hie note* should be rvsieeuied m coin He predicted that under free coinage New York would take the pierrot bondon as the world s exchange for gold .and silver dMr Kerr of Iowa criticised some provi*-K,ns of the senate bill, especially the pro-viston that bullion owners might receive coin cert!ti*ate#. Mr Hill said be dbl leg believe the ex farting condition* warranted free coinage Mr P «*t of Illinois argued in favor of free coinage and said the bons# lull treated silver a# a commodity. Mr Townsend of Colorado said that if he could n-*t get free coinage he would rote for a four and a half million bill a# an improvement on the present law'. Mr [aw ut Kauaas said the men who heel the tioods aud mortgage#opposed th# -liver lull l«e« ause it meant cheaper money aud larger price* for produc#. Mr Hart-ine of Nevaila said that among hi# people the feeling in favor of free coinage permeated all classes. He felt it hi* duty to vote for anv measure that pointed in the direction of free eoiuag#. Mr St ruble of Iowa #aid he drew the I fane at a Isw that would consume the entire America* silver product, for he j feared in ria hob more than b* did cont roc I I loll Mi Wheeler of Alabama favored the agreed btu waa (Wa lakes up aad Coa*i0er#d Th* followiag are the amendmeu'% reeommanded by the com ■utte* on appropr.alien# Increasing the Item for Btail depredations, poatoffb e inspector*. fees aud expense* from tJCc IAR to to gun is reoAing the Lem for clerk* iii po-toff *« i rom $7 Ajo uuC* ti IT 3mo mo Redu< mg the item for mail lo* k« and keys from grsi.UBO to RL* (Ha* lncreaeiag the item fitr transfiortation of foreign mails from «ax* to LL ■o Npv'aking to the first amendment Mr Gortaaa cond*run*d the p*>»t master gen era Is plau for having additional detectives to inquire into sa. h email matter* aa whether the patrons of a poet. (fie# are sat lifted that the busine** of the office la reasoaabir well performed whether the p.*-rtii*~t*r *uiploys m*m Iwrs of his own family. whetneV intoxicating liquor* are sold in the postoffice building, aud other small iuatt*r* He thought that tiler# wa# something ridiculous about all this Mr Plumb (in charge of the bill) expressed his concurrence in ninet af Mr Gorman * remarks, but said that th# in « reaae rec. tm mended wa# simply to increase tiw *ffi. leary of the exuting force of postoffice tn«pe4-tor« The peatn.a#ter general he thought, entirely miecou-cetveil hi« relation* to pu#tmast«rs and their relation*, to bim The amendment wa# agreed to In connection with the lost amendment Mr Plumb *eut to the clerk s desk sad had read a communication fret# Mr William Potter, who had (wen deputed by the department to arrange with th# British Fret), h and iierman governments for international se*, postoffice# ob traits Atlantic Ste unships, analogous t# rail way p*»stofti e* TI,# KrigLah gcveru ■seat. Mr Potter say#, had submitted a proposition, i*ut had made a condition that the fatted Mates adopt the parcel post -a question which he hot! no p*-w*r to c*»Us’d*r, as it affected tariff arrangements The French offii tai# declined the pr>p>- tioB alleging their short tenure-*/ off e Hut the •terrnan officials hod adopt*«1 the propositions and the ameud meat w ts to • arry out the arrangement on the two lines ut (rerman fraus Atlantic steamers—the United State* defraying one half of the coat Mr tromioD opposes! the ame ailment The amendment wa* edvo« ated by Me—rs Ria, kburn. Plumb. Hawley aud Frye, the dis<Ni*a,ofi drifting into the question of sulnidy for carrying ocean mail* The aBiendment wa# qrreed lo and the btl: won passed The senate then proceeded to the constderation of the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill. Mr Sherman from the committee on foreign relation#, moved to lucre*** the compensation af the minister to Turkev from FT Nm to tiff uuj Agr-ed to The amendment relating to the work of the international American conference wa- rea« bed. and Mr Morgan a>.d Mr Reagan ma,ie sp**, h,-# in praise of the Mexican and of the * > tral Ament an and S'luth Amem an republica A formal ani*ndment proposed by Mr FUimunds to limit the r*~* pen chatty af the United Stat*s in the matter of the Inter L<»ntu,*ntai railway wa# added to. Ail i* v amendment* having bean agree,I to the bill wa# passed I he senat* bill- to adopt regulation# presenting and in re! *ti< u to colliaions at sea wen passed. These bill# embody the rules agre#,! to by ti »• international maritime conference » l'tie. *.feren e repcrt OD the pensions appropri *tion bill having !#en pr*s*nted. the -**:> ,i* re, e«i*d from the amen .rn*at foe the .»pj- ut meat of two additional pension int-i*ts and the j>en*ion appro-prtvrion bill now goes to the president The acuate at 6 p m adjourned OUN KIRK N. Y WEDNESDAY. JUNK 25. im CORNELL WINS, THE APPEAL FOR A STAY OF PROCEEDINGS DENIED Th* Optnl*a hays th* Crn. ^o*alI** Ha* Fl*tat*si It* < hart*# aad Failed la th* K*rf»r»naac* of It* torpor Ate Dull** Hsu ut*c l *rt*g (urporttioui H ust It* aals a* Th*? ar* trr*I«l 'ta. car pow*r t# rn r_gage property we And 'm miry refiner tea w.Iiing to But themselves la it# cantred. It la conceded Oj th# l#a#t authority that it is rn trust The growth of the trust is then sketched Th* history shew# that there wa* corporale action on the part of the North River Nugar Refining company which bound it. The corporation Jhus beearn# an el* ment of the trust. VI,* way th# compssn.es could bar# precented the trust bein.* formed wa# by refusing to register J or rrfogmz# the illegal transfer of duck and could have refused ta register the ! transfer upon the book# appealing to th* | law bo sustain them, than shattering th# trust at the outset of it* career Toibe lawful all corporate acta should * havedheea done by all of the vartoo# com psuy* »f.s kholders and trustee*, instead of by trustees alone. The question to be determined is whether the conduct of the defend kilt in aiding to form the trust was ' illegal In all of the point# which were revierwed it i* found that the corporation wa* doing a public injury and in avoiding the state law which compels reservation | of corporate right# proved unfaithful to iu ’'garter and dutie# It is a violation of law Tor corporation* to enter luto a part-r.er-Fip a* shown in the case of Whitetea-ton vs Upton, IO Gray SBS, wha h furnishes the reason* at length If the trust had been properly formed a# a corporation under the la wa the twenty separate COBS panic* would have teen dissolved and not re imam in ex: stems* a# la this com Tfce present corporation or trust put# upon the market a capital stock proudly defiant of actual values and capable of anim tied expansion It i# one thing for the s ar*, to reap## t the right# of ownership. and. quit# another thing to add to that p>eBibihty a further extension of tho## ’'ouwequencBB by creating artidcial p#r- If cor porntlon« can cornbin# and mas* their force* in a solid trust with little added risk to capital a1 really in, without limit to magnitude, a tempting and easy road is «>peucd to enormous combination* vastly exceeding in number aud strength an f possibilities of individual ownership. The law w^-ks to protect individuals rat I, sr titan com iii uat ions t londuding the opinion say#: The d« fen#2ant corporation ha* violated its « barter and failed in the jar rf o nuance of it# cotg>>rSte duties, and that in respect# so m*#r, rial and imp«rtant a# to ju#tifr a ju.fg nim! of diaaoiutloiL Hauug reached th at result.it t# nee,![es* to advance Into th** a ider discussion over monoptdiea, and th** problem of political economy. Our d iffy is to leave them until some proper snwrgencie# compels their consideration without either approval or disapproval of the view* expressed by the court below j Wa are enabled to decide that in the state tiler# can b< no parTnershifw af separate and independent corp ration*, whether dire, fly or indirectly through the medium of a trust, no substantial consolidation, which avoid# aud disregards the statutory provision# aud restraint#; but that manufacturing corporali.»as must be. and re main several as they were created, or one but «b*roh« iran*- I u~l.r th-...tut* Th, I and threatens * trom *• Alfirlueti wlth ON THE DIAMOND IS** tilts of l’*«terdav’s Oaari la th* Three Prineip*! Lea#a**. ri.ATCH*' LA SO CB. At I'-tt-bnr# Pill Abura    .    .3UUV0U00 Fhiiaieiphia ____ iUVUOUOO Ka— hit* Pittsburg T. Philadelphia^ Err«»r- Pltt-bunc I, PbiladeipLia 2. Batteries Male) sud * arroli; baffintonand 0-    a 1-    J THE TURNERS’ CONVENTION They Object »w Auf Change Kelug Mad* In Vinmlgi st Ion lea*. Nm Y‘u.k. June 25—-At the aftarn<,on — i n of the Turners' bund convention a resolution wa* a*iopted signifying it# ob-Je non to anv cban«:r » tr.e present rn.ie. grvt ion laws and pie,!g,ag it# me rn her* not to support anv rand .date for congress who did not so think 1'tie nevi bunds turn f—t will be beld at Milwaukee In P<i aud the next tsjovea ti«*u at U ashiugtvdi in lfc,e2 The bead quarters of th* Turn bund will be con t:nue,i at St [ami* Kesolnti<»n.« w^re wdopfed to agitate the A u st raj tau ballot reform system and the election of the president bv * popular veg# instead af by ele, t*,r- a# at present A proposition to est#bl sh % i.fe iotar* an <e coin pan v am ag the t .♦ milers of the Turuers bund w*- rejected. A com mitten v .pi'-.ael ti>etaBiiDe a panel of ground s..me twenty a, res in extent, ioratrsi in F orido. whn h ha* lately been presented to the bund for the purpose of cst., -bing a home for old and disable,! mein fees A letter v* is*> ire«l fr<*m A J Mills of the Amateur Athletic urn >r, relative to an alleged pr,*p-*s.i arn ti ga mat ion of that organization with ’Le bund. In the letter hedenie-th.it -u h a iu*»v* wa# ever intended aud h es that t..e friendly alii ,nce as h-retof »re »*t’«':nh- I** continue,! A res,‘lotion expn—mg the srmpwthy of the bund with ail matter# looking to the l**tfennw' of the men » is unanim<-M-llaring the after tetvd the hall an i ■ lion He wa* heart • (Mi Itlnclitnilwu < IKA) makers strike. Biv-, H axtun. N Y., June 35—Lomtnit-tees of the st rising cigar rollers and bunehmaker* waitisl on the manufacturers ye-terd iv and demanded the ad-vstve a greed upon by the stnkera They met with refu-a!- in moot instances A m»s*tmg a,* held bv the strikers for the purjsis** of considering a future plan of action The manufacturer* say they can n*»r afford to jvay the advance demanded ob an otint of th# hid competition of the New York and Pennsylvania manufacture es Nearly all the rollers aud bunch-makers in the city are out number lAff and they are make a etuhi«en -i.m I They claim to lurr, at a disadvantage, igarr.i ikers' union will Is, t! »- knight# of later have the mar.ahu and that the L bat k fin in. and a aud Firmers Ail the rn nu af a*rt ta n*i less for th* an,.> thts*- ut anv c; bet a e Witt par the abow re# ar I for any ca# of Liver Loiupua.ut, Ujiyrjau, ’n* k Moa*ia<'t»* ,    .    -    ^    senate    bill Ud ((,b,‘L • ,.OaUP*Uoc or Coati veaess w* I poasagv o* rataui cure with W eel'* Vegetable Liver Pills VIKI Us itnvuoiiS are strw liv , >.#tpoe,i a >th Tbe, are pure ly V * ■• un *-. au*t sever Lu I in give oausta* u*>o -arar Coaid. i_»rjre u>iee eoauuQiaa w Pills. A <s*at*. tv ware of oui tor Ie, is. aa* I laiOkusa I ne yea ut ae tasnu ta*- ure< I oat? by J«»MN L VKSl at by rtoVBoB • Lu aa* act. D kirk. N Y, t Derision Against t ig</uiakera Bun* N. June 25 —Th# suprem# court yesterday diam I--* si the bill in equity brought by Cig ai makers* union. No 7. a Ute ut I **r of the Iutcrt,atii,uai Union of America, to test rain laster Hr artou from odng a I.*!**! closely count erie tius that of the UUU Mi. Adytta rued. IN THE SENATE. Wafture TOE, J UA* 23— la th# #enar# ('ash kabob, III Yik wa. June 25—L« iint Kalnoky . :    a,    g    ; a *«n:<ry SirtAT'vi. June 25 —The court of appeal* yeoterdav handed down a de Uiofl in th# case of the North Ruer Reftuiug com jian> (the sugar trust case distil las mg, with coe'*, the «pi»eMl from the order of th# special Wrm. denying sn part the d# fondant’* motion for* ►lay of pruaee*lm|p» The decision wan written by Judge Finch vu*I says: Th** j idgment sought again-t the de-f«o*i u.t i* one of coriairate death Th# •tai* chich created it asks u* to destroy, and th* pen It j it.. - d repres. the axtr«oic tigox ut the l«w I:* iuffictioa (Bual rest ap# git•••# canoe an*! be war ranted i»y material uiisc<au*iact The life of a corporatu/n la indeed lese than that of the humbieet citizen, aad yet it en velopes grvat accumulation of property, j moves and carne# in large volum* the t busiuea# mud enterprise of the (M*»plr an*! tnav not be destroyed without clear aud ' abundant reason*. Those would be true even if the legisio-j let a re should debate the destruction of th# corporal life by a re{»eal of th« cr porate charter but it is beyoud dispute where the *tat# surnmoua IU defender b# I re it* judicial tribunal#, and submit* .ta . complaint to thair judgment and view By that pr«c#o* it a»s«to.#a th* hunlen of #*inbU#hiug the charge* whi* h it ha# j    ^    ,Md    *n    >*Uch made. aud moat -how ii# warrant in th# fact# for the relief which It *eek# Two of the charge# preferred in the complaint have dropp*«i out of sight They were of little imp*-rtHnce and havr iweu prudently dl-rn,-se*i from th* inquiry for that re* •on. aud wr are iaft to consider th# on# gtav* and serum# a*cusation to which ai< rn* the proofs aud arguments ha vs I eau directed That accusation I* adequate to the purp*i«* for * hit b it i* frame*!, but upon tw* conditions, which dictated th# hue of inquiry and limit, the area of dis- i im**oi it *pi<#*rato ie* settled that th# •t«t#. a- prosecutor, must show en the par’ of th# corporation acc use* I some sin against th* law of it* being which has produced or feuds to produce injury to th# public Th# transgression must not be merely I formal or in (dental, but material and various: and an* h s» to harm or to menace the public welfare For the state does nut .'OUceru ltaelf with the quarrel# of private litigant*. It furnishes for them sn tile leat I court# and re me, I lea. but intervene# a* a party only where some public interest require* it- action Corporation* may ami •flew do ex,ee«i their authority, wherein their private right- ar* affaite*! When tt.'W* are a*ijiist*d ail int** hie! ends and all harm is averte*! J grew'. ;n ha- a wider scope i the welfare af the people, they may sum J mon the offender to answer for the abuse I af it# front bise or the violation of its corporate duty The code of civil procedure authorise* an action for that purp*>-« when the c*>ri<oratmn La# *riol#te,l any ' provision of law whereby it ha* forfeited It* charter or become luiilr to t# dissolve,! 1 by the abu-e of it* power*." A number #f recent de* ision- in keeping with this Im-* of policy are quote,! He I continue* Two quest ions therefore open# before ua Fir*!, ha* the defendant cor- i poration exc#ede«i or zbu*e! it* ja>wer#; I I and arrand, doe# that exce#* or abuse ! threaten or barn* the public welfare* VV* t tin I dis, load that it has become an in* J tegrai part and element of a combtnatioB I which posscs-es user it an absolute con- | i lr *i. and di* tate* the extant and manner ' an.i terns* of its entire busine*# activity. I All Its stork I* in the central a***s.tat ion j d< m note,! bra ieiard and consisting only of eleven .ndlvnluai* ahoto«>k and distr!bat- | e*i to it* own stockholder# certificate# of * j the board, carrying a proportionate inter- J est in what it desert ie** a* it* capital stock It ba* lost the poaer to make a dividend. au l is compelled t# pav #ver it# net earn- I tag-to the master who*# servant it has I«e,a*me Under the order af that master ; it ha.* refu**-,! lo refine sugar and by BO i much baa leswen#»l the supply upon the J tUai-Let    and Dar it cannot stir uale*# th#mooter approve# Umpu an I yet is entitled to re,v*ive from th# earning# of the other refineries, ama-***I a- profit*, in the frea-ury of the board, it* proportionate «hare for division among it# own stockholder* awning the siilatituted c.tirtexte* In return for this advantage it I.a* become liable to tie mortgaged, not for it# own corjMirate ia-m-rif alone, but to supply with fund* the controlling tabard wl.en that iiosrd real be* out for other coveted refiner e# All of thl# is admitted by the defendant The question ta to b# detertumetl ie whether the corje,ration br ame the servant of the board by it# own voluntary a* lion, or th# will and pourer of athar lf what ba# happened i* a-,* rt*m»-d to be that the stockholder# of this et*n*,rHf*on one or many. sold aboo-li.ieiy to the t-'srd their entire stork, and th* latter have meiely ch*wan direct,>r» in their own interest :u*d managing the property a«#!»*< Jute ovm-fi may. then it is difficult to *ee wherein the corporation has sinned, or what it ha* done. more than for a time tc omit to do busine*# This is th# appellant s theory <in the other hand it i« contend#,! that there never wo# a -ah*, but a trust cofkati-tlite,i by mutual agreemei.t. mat they who agreed were the whole Iiody of *t««'k-holder*. in each corporation, u,-,.*e-,%arily repre*,me,! and tending th** corporation 11st If. that they traii*ferre«t their -hares to the inward upon the tru-t# de l ire! in th# dee,!, that the cert iftcate* i*si:e*1 by the b>mni went their formal declaration of the trust, that the corporate st<w kholder* pa rf cl with the l»ga! title of their *f.**k t«i tbe chosen tnieteea with tfw power to vote upon it. hut retained it# benet!, tai ownership through the opennon of the certificate#, and* so th# corp,>ratio»»# en The striker* tered a partnership with the U*ani in en Jetenmned to trol in construing then# two throne*. the court say* that in contrort* the buyer, which in thi* (-ase wa* th# board, should bind itself to a term of sale, but accord mg Lr the stockholders, this wa* not done. ti.* board making no pnc#. In this ca*# in# KL wk holders alone fixed th# pnc# and I .rn vendees did not sign the contract, but ten it to ta* supplied by infere«i«-e of their action. They a1 lo weal the Nard, however, to fix the personal property price In th# light of the*# eveuta the Nard wa# simply an agent, which is th# char ac torte* ie of a trust The action which placed the stork in th* hand* of a trustee. thow* that no sale wa* intended but simply a transfer in trust This is also proved by the mortgage clause No absolute o • lier reqa.rsa permission to mortgage. , The woiLs of a burning build mg at HU-but here the supposed buyers are author- desheim. Hanover, fell yesterday, killing Lied ta put a mortgage on stock Not- * soldier and a fireman and aarioualy in* » ll ha tan Jucg that the board had no cap- junag *ev#n otbera I LONG. STRONG AND HARD PULA. TO VICTORY. -JL. JKSa NO 112 STCTKE Ab Eidtli*g It—# from **t Bt ta ftlalsh th# New Yorher* Tahiag th# lea# aa# Moi# I ac K ta (Ba Ka#. Miaul..* By ▲ Ova; Two Boat LaagtBa. MUB Tai* ksciwai aa# Colca bia IB lr# NKW LuVDOX, Loon, J un# 25.-Th# ('ort»elI freshmen won their race with th# Yale and Lulu rn bias by about two boat lengths iaat evening Columbia was Iii lengths behind Yale Th# time. ll is rather slow Cornell started with a stroke of 40 and spurted to 42 Y ate s was ab to 46 and Columbia was about db to the min Ute At th* half mite Oora#U ted Y ale by aeariy two I engr h# with Columbia s b lapping Yale s shall LorooU's work was good and thoy gained another length and a half [adore the second Hag aaa reached Yale’s rtoenug sa rather poor, the cox swain giving tho boo^ two bod swerves two of the Yale men splashed badly and No 4 made matter* wore# by catching a crab and throwing the men behind him out of time After peaaing the mil# flag Yale gained about three-quarters of a laiigth on Corn#ll white Columbia fail ba* k a little Coming up aa th# last half mile flag Lorn* ll led Y'ate by #neaad a half lengths All through Chia half th# crews spurted sud pUmlv showed that they were work mg nard Ne 2 tn th* Cornell boat was twisting himself IB every shape in aa cb deavor to keep kls end up. white No 3 in th*- Yale boat was nearly a pa see tiger In th# last quarter Yale reduced the *ead a little, but Cornell, though badly winded, rmaaed th*- line a winner Columbia gained a little la th# last quarter, but not enough to i hangs orth Isl time is Craw.    Iff Cornell .......* to Y'ate........ TSO Columbia    IC! the position* The I y.m a ASI DX KOI A Vi ll Ste 11.2ft ll 2* The Cornell men paraded the street* la-t night with bra** band* cete bro ting their votary J hcxt ta ,* w Ii » <1 ,i to morrow a! him# »a-taren t*».- • '’'n'* ll a* d P»rn *y I * oui., im vt. -,i . rn v. *    ti*. .<:>>« aute coui -- I gDl Ie* Fancy Flaunt? ie--.’ Fancy t ream it”. Fancy Fast HI lo* Fancy ( “Im * ie*' Very fine Blo lo*' Fancy Flaunt’ f xtra quality F F Waists, univ 48c. iu#* \\ .‘lists, only 50c. Biol I x#* NS aistx, only 55c. tt*’ Bion**#* -r»cy H •k me Flannelette BloiiM-Waixta,$1.25 u* W ai»ta, only 75c. tt»* BIoiia#* WfliAtA. only 55c. nnelette Bion st* W’aiAtA, only I8i*. Leavy hraiJeii Hard win nj Croquet Sets, nicely jminted eight mallets, only 95c. Best Mexican Hammock let*n fWt, worth $1.35, only 95c. Very Atrous Picnic and Lunch Banket*, only 9< autl 2oc. Ctarden S#*tA- Hoe, liake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjuxtahle Hammock Kt>|»#•**, 124c. each. All kinds Moxqin to Felting, only tic. Ladie* Ih’*I Summer C5»rAeta, only $1 ini. ERIE STORE. eight hall* and edges, full four-14c., 18c. special announcement I al ; PATENTS! ^nc l    *Trou    aitilX^w'lteL^ are# i    **“'    Tr*‘,“    M    <lkn    obuiaed, ss I til Trs'ie Mark- registered Ail Psteat t,usit„**s i    I    "»•***c«miu*-t«-l for Moderate Kraa ,-«hm1ii* >e*i t*r at,<*fo*rste ii##. Ialanaati>>a A*ivlr# au<t sp**,-is! rrter*-o. *-- ant nu request ^7T IMI I.    ho    A    MON    I    ll    *-    rn . lr ■ ' *    **    I    4    u    P.    .    ...us    ,    i* IrrrtJ who van luraivh rn hors# mt*d go* (heir whole isr to th# bos*a#*-. Nparv at onrn i * aaa y be jwott .-sbty #n»ptoy**«l alw. A few vacaoncs ta tow#* I ctttas. It. K. JOHNSON A t O„ ids* M u# Sc. Knt #<a4, Va, ■ “ Cr*, -no r I* opposite I *. PsA#at offtee. We I hat# i*o -nit (•grai l#*. Sit hnsia#** <lir#« t,h* ur# sit (UU « i patent Latin#** ta !#•*> tun# sa# ut lr. i t i iitau His** rsoi' i# from Wfnshiag- toa. n ad nsitci, 'Irswin#, or ptavto, with *l#s* anoa vt r sd tis# rf patentable or not. lr## Bar (CV ou. I## uot du# lid patent is -azured AU; i, "lins to «n>tsiu Patent*,” with ref at-tusl rlitut, ta your Mats,county Addr#**_________ of even,-**- I or taw n, *#ui free. ll., IL rd. Hi rn* K it ..ct rd ay Caipir#*- F«r»uson and Hulbert At Ruffate R.~,    "J 0 U 2 0 I 0    J— * SVwY.rt    0 10 0 3 0 5 1    •-!« ha-# Li?- Huffs.• IX. N»-w Y'ork ll. Error- HnffaJo 4. New York I. Batten,-* Haddock aud Mats Crane nod Bros n Urn(.tree- Knight and Jones. At ‘ ’#v#U.nd rirvdiuil    ____04020000    I— 3 R-fi,    21002 oui* 4 Ha-# bit* « Ie v el* rut S. Ko-’oti S Error* ~ » ieveisu«i 4. Boston OL B*ii*r --0 R.ten and Nut, Life: Kiiroyood Mar pity. Umpn#* Matthews sud I^ea* b At < bu ago - at u :!#y I U#-t tim \ IL *» 4 I I ft #r It.I,I ♦ fS4V * *22 Cit.— trot ti cg pur*e Moi’!# I..... .................3 I 1 I r lith ti ............... I 2 4 2 I . , . .-I. Jr j 4 * i I. • I 4 3 x f F. a Lvon sod IL Monroe, of Dunkirk and F. H. Otinun.u of Fredonia, have jimt r##ur#«i th# -ole of Dr It. Ms*- ► sriaiid*# I ii.ital. Pills A sp#e«l y and Pj#)tit# ,-nr# to sick and Nervous IL »da< he, etna!# Weak •#, Indige*lion. Con-tipation. sad Rheums m W e a ill refund the pro # of lh. ti ret brl I Box (bat faits to ten* fit pur-rhaeer. Ih» ,ct let prejodo-# stand in your light, tut so <t owe# sud purrh.%## a box, on# is • ulti, teat U teat th# Blent of this valuable discover? /’-tty days treatment for on# dollar Fifty pill in each b»>x. Pro-# on# .foliar per box. Na e genuine without the iltu.e rat ut each Nix. K»- ware of worthless tai. ut ions C. A. NAO VT A CO., Opposite Patent OIH. e Washington D Id Df^y -CJ00D3 Af(D Carpet?. tut M. HEUDHU M AAN DESSON AMEBIC XX BLOCK 39G-402 Main v^tr» f*t, Buffalo, ...    -    N.    V. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ha* just received a full line of Chi, ago brook I va Bae bit Error* 0 2-<» 1- Bar*tou At Pl Phi ted* Pitt-hu Ba-* Error Hatt*-LV« k#r Ump! At«'n Lib, n rial i N el on ... 3 Mil id 0 Obol low * 'hi*-ago lh. BrooklyB ff. licngoSfa browklyx IL Maid a m and Earreii; Van iiaifren and Daily. re. Baru*- *a«i oaffile). * * TI OJI AL I.SAUCX. ii! ade! phut— t a    I 5 0 • 0 o I W •- 7 q    00021 lib 0— 5 L,I- Phi vdelphia S. Pittsburg A - Phi lad* pLia 4. Pitsburg 4 rte*-V;, kerry and Clements Raker and I* t I lur. - 21 Il_»»,-• at *heep.h#a*l IXae. Sftfi i>hi !> Pit. I .* ‘5 FI?xt roe# ye*te* -a.,. A uUio) coui-*-, j| Utile Fair view first. Lord Harr J second. PrtsciLla third, tim#, 1 11 *-#< and ra.«. th# Mermaid stake# for 3-year-old nilie*. 1*4 miles:    Her    Highness Anet, (rlnaming wcond. Flora Rau third time I 57 Third race. I hlfl miles Ko I-on. Anet I ♦... v>nd F.«*o third time    lifl Sd.    (I fill I    I U    ll Fourth race Couey Inland -tahr#, 1>*,    rn!    Ill I    y I"    k* rn de- Fi-eB/i first, Priu.e Roy    ,1 *#,-ond    \    \ tenants third: tins# liY^.    ll    ll I    ill    I F'fo. i .-e the 7. , ivr -take- for *f j Iwli'VX nj SECOND TO NONE. Our iiiotDi is:    *’Second to None.” We wiili to be xeoon«i lo none in your service. Try us anti nee. W year- Id* \ mile B 1-ra ftr-r Vagabond *#>oud Ru--eli tfcir*t. time, LIO Stxrh race. I % mil#- Brian iteru Ars* Rai» -o«-a** -e-cond. Verier.ir third, time J ll 4 V 3- U 0— 2 if all u < ■J opted n (den ^iirel #n —#,1 th# conv#Q-pj.lauded Foreman 0 2 1-3 0 • *-12 Zlm- 3- I • 12 tell. r- t hey claim that - f t:.i- ny are payibg i i of work don# than - Powers. n list I — a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 0 2 Cite    in natl 3. R.~tun 4 Error* ( IU* lr.natl 7. h<aton I Rat ter 1*— ‘ret rein and Bennett and Raid a rn. Umpire MdjaxxL At Cleveteml—-Cleve.ami .. ..... 0 ii 0 0 0 0 Bn*A in    .    142012 Ha-# ii-    ‘    I-    ..    *n.l 4. Hrcs.klvn 14. Err,.tv -A’lev#:and L Rr.wktvnO. Bait* n,- I m. .in. Wa.teuorth and mer. I»vi»t aud Daly. Umpire Lynch. At * hi ago— Chi. ag..    ...    I    3 0 I 0 0 2 I New York.    4    u a    0    4    3    I    0 Base hits- <*h»» ago I. New Y'ork Is. Error* -Cho ago X New York I bat t#r-es --ulL wan and "age. Lu bite. Stan-«#il and KU.-ic and bu, kl?. Unit ira /a, Lana* AMKKl* AS OSSO, I A TIO* At Phila<(#ipLia At I. ten.    0    0 0    I    I    0    u    I    4-    T H.. e-fer    „    ii    0 u    9    4    0    «    3    3-    • Baw tu!» Athletic IL K.#b**t*r DSL Error* Ath;#‘ir«*. Hocbtstw I. Matt,-rte* Whitney and Robinson: Barr and M- ‘inire. Utnpir# Tails. At Hjrra* uw-Hyrwrun#    .3    33202    I    3    3    3    3    3—# Brook i rn    I    UOQuo    0    22330—    5 Bah hit- Hymens# 17. Brooklyn 7. Ervws— Srrs ttw 3, br -.kl vn A tefier.- Morrison and U‘K.>ark«. Mattins. «r# and Pita. ( aptre Newbef. sew TOSI WTATK I .SAOTX. At < --kill - Cob A—kill A J.jhn^uwn-Dtever-vt!te. \ At ‘J»e,*nTa~-Otieonia U, Utica L At Troy Tn*y. IL Albany, a TM# .SI titers Not Yet Rear he-d Dtvba*, Pa.. J un# & —Th# wbere-obonts and rood it iou* of the entombed miners ar# mysteries -dill. The course of th# digger* has been again slightly changed This is construed as evbieno# that thou# in charge of the work ore confused Th# diggers or# themselves disagreed as to their local iou. < III, Ago P. ClJCAteO, June 25 —Find ra<e v#*rcrdav, I Lib mile.'. Silver ‘bai in f'i>; vY\a>d ford -ecoud. Pena? r »-a1 third time. 1.41‘Y Ses-ond race. I mil# IxMkgrvit.    •'    **t Rim k wcosd, fort I, ello t bird, ti ie, I v.-^ Thml r»<-e. the I«ik-*ule *L*ke« Uw 3 year old miles. 4,    in.!# Philol.* first. K-|terauxa second. Mary C fhir l tim# I tRJH. hourth race.    miles R die* pie re# ,rst, Bttein-sa se,. u.i Arundel third, time I V* H Fifth race. heat*, t* mile:    First heat, Unite flr*t. Vidette xerond. Re*#rv* third time, I IT Second heat, K Ute S first Unite -erond. Bertha thir>i. time, 1.17 Third hast. Katie S first. Unite second time. I A tight B»i«**n I.lghtwetghts. Daytox. O . June 25 —lamia Beeanian the Covington lightweight. d#f#at«d Tommy C«»n*#r in a 7*J-n»und contect with two-ounce gloves early yesterday morn mg Th# fight took plac# threw mile# from Dayton and was a it nee-#, I by a na lier of Cincinnati sports Both men wort badly punished PENNSYLVANIA REPUBLICANS. fish Ut i in pro** ujMiii our out of town In*n<Ii, in vipw of the pro|*of*Mi changes in the tariff aud the (iroDshie im*re»f»e in tike coat of nearly ail kind* of dry goods, thai the month of June will be the mouth for them to shop.    Price* were never lower than they are at prewcbt in our autre. It* the proponed tariff bill |>a**e* JU ice* rn lint 150 Uj>. MUM LZ Equal to any in the city, ant •tt prices that will pay you tohim Ite’foie purchasing. A Hot Fight Kip#, ted at Harnsbnrg for th# Oabwrnatorlal Nominal I,»a. H AHK1S31 Ko. Pa . June 25—Great efforts were male by the Delamater men yester day to induo# Mal Monto,#h to a<cept a -et-,Kid place on the state ticket Maj Montooth said last night that h# wantf* nothing but first place, but th# Delamater peopte think he will finally an cep! second plac# Itelamater I* generally considered to have a -are thing for first place but H sat tugs friend* expreae great confidence If Mootooth refuse* second plot# the LAT a mater people say it will go to either Wat re# Martin or Pas# ter United State* I fist riel Attorney Lyon ut Pittsburg will be permanent chairman of the convention, which opens at Iff a rn today The platform will tudor*# Sena tor Mufff. fhvor the prop,wed federal el#c Uon law, the per diem pension bill. th# border raid claims btl], the McKinley tariff bill, a secret ballot law, protein ca of American labor and exclusion of contract foreign labor It will also indorse Pre*; d.-ut Harrison Governor Braver and Swn at or Cameron. I als! (olilsioa at tea. l»XDOX, June 35 — The bark Kihei, from London for Bn*hen# wan sunk off Portland yesterday by coming in collision with the steamer Umhtio. fro rn Natal for Londoa Four of the Kin#** crew and one of th# U ta Bt . a* were kilted. ».ld “We havD tLe largDRt ii^ort-lUDllt of I*at**iit Leather Shoe'* iii plain anti ligbt-eoloreil hantl arni machine sewed.JWe carry a completf line of N ETTL ETON’S Fine Shoed. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of thin make. You will like them. Our GENTS9 (3.00 Calf Shoe in Hutton and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the l»e!4t “hoe for the money that has ever t»een offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. sod per We are offering splendid barkan.* in sateens aud ginghams aud summer wadi fabrics of all kiudff-The balance of our spring stock of cloak* are selling cheap. We quote th# following ba*gam* in underwear: Gentlemens blue mixed shirt* drawers in medium weight*, at 50c suit. Gentlemens Balbriggan underwear, "»0c per suit. Gentlemen’* blue angola -hilts and drawers at 25c. each, 40c. goods Ladies Jersey vests as low aa 10c. each Ladies’ balbriggan vests with late trimming, only 15c., worth &V Good grade Jersey ves»* at 25c. each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vests at 7*ic. each rtilk vests, ail colors. 75c eai b Linen pricxa will be considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our price* are much below even current prices and we are selling fine cloths napkins. DOyleys. towel* etc., at rare bargains    - New stvles in parosols. New styler in gloves. New style* in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for .Carpet*. Hugs. Draping and tipholstering,fabrics. Aijhi Meltim and AadusoD, AMKRICAX HI JKK, > M A IA .8 THh E T BUFFALO NY. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer aud Importer. 304 MAIN NT.. Kl KF ALO. N. T. DEALER TX Hiamomi^,    Watched ami Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, I^atber i#szt», etr KNO RA Vt SU. GOLD 4 SJL VRR PLA TIS A COMPLETE LIKE OF HolidayGoo ds SHA- MAIN STK KIST, BU FFA LD N lf. onroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures ;