Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 27, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 27, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 27, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol., xx DUNKIRK V. V FRID VV. JUNE 27. H»>. NO III hkpkesestative xaTIONAL ELECTION BILL USINESS HOUSES A SPIRITED AND LENGTHY DEBATE IN THE HOUSE. fOliNKLL WINS KASI LY. OF DUNKIRK. . sin Kl i.ix* waahi** K'r,8* A »« k.aUaol blank# I# lh# urn Vt«**•&*nu-** D#|»*rtntei»l Duak»rk|Pn«U«i*!’ .wa#*®*-__ TTVxwwr^to* %»«t *    ' arp\i£ A . ,atr*i Av«-ttUf. "WJ"*, ,*j, 0*mo4 VII sr**:*** •»    | | a|J). Frer r t"SS5jS3!Si    *    h* KMidtvl. ■ k IL ».irr«*KI*. J© *«*! **> « antral Am ll AruiT Pi-* IM.I IMH »Vt **»*■    **««*»    “*    #X"#P* AMM    __    . _ . Bim IK    MIMJIHV    Jai*' ‘ “ v 1 * ** •„    j/f Triste W I* 11. *#eoad ’irw*1" «**r *    “L    t - t    ^    Yf    'A/ I 4A®’“J^*    UA |»i<, ,trt**v. Dunkirk.    V    I- * .Ivt , *'r l*r* HI* I* Mill P ti I ^ Iii. *tC~* fakMMHl iii a1*    ' Jwffr*2U«J in. ill •-! »i.*r»»u-t ntasnr* lim in no®**. _ KUPDlfll VVMiW. 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The reautBe tnanu far ure*i .inly br JOHN C WEST A Co ^ui by Muiioi’i PH ak® aer. o kirto, n y Mr. Henptotll af South Ca/wlta* Argue* that the Proposed Measure ta I ae vast I tut tow ai— Th# senate C io*i<i*-r, the Hill for the AU rn I avion of VV yon lag late the I aln. Washington, Jane 27.—The boas® ye* tenlay paaaetl h«iu*e bill gran ring fifteen days' leave to clerks in the first and second clam postoffice* Debate ara* then began on the national election bill. Mr l>*lg* analyze*! the provision* of the bill at great length In th* coarse of bl* remark* be referred to the alleged et ctU»a frauds in New York city prior to IRTO-71 He presented a number of statement* to show the maffictency of representation in the South. Mr Hemphill of South Carolina made an argument to prove the bill unconstitutional, reading from the legislative • ie* I arar ion* by New York Ohio and New ./er*ev. against congressional usurpation of the right U> conduct elections The bill, be said. was sectional, because it proruled that some portions of the United States should tie under the Miperwuou of two active supervisors according to the respective siae of cnngreasioual and jndi-cial dis!nets. Aga.n be thought the provision for putting the law into effect by petition was sectional Sup pone a I toted "tar ••«* inspector should be corrupted aud should return a Democrat. He could not tie removed. That ha*I not occurred to the gentleman from T*eahuwft* There wa* no more initial *s provision in the bill than that which provided for the appointment of an I laundered funv of mea absolutely un I r the dire* ru.n of the *upervisor He erin* i**ed tim provision permitting inspec tors to be brought from any part of the congressional district ami thai which changed the statute of law bo aa to do away with an inspection by both parties of the juries of the country He referred to the charges of partisanship against the federal judge and marshal in Florida as an illustration of hts statameut that it wa* Uot the election* that troubled the people of the "*■ utdi. but the oAoe holders mot to trouble them He said thai the confeaeion that there was a general belief t’.at the corruption existed wa* rn*at hun. .latmg What the country needed wa* a new North that would take the view suggested by the fact* and not by their prevon reive*I prejudice* He ridiculed the Re publican cry of a a free ballot and a fair count ’ aud *aid that it was useless to talk about a free ballot in Kansas when the state had lawn s*. gerrymandered that the 147 intl I ie rn or rat** there hail never been represented in the bouse He referred to the peculiarities of districting which made it take more votes lu ('all forma. Illinois Bod other srBt*** to *eud a Democrat to congress than to send rn Republican He charge*! that New York and Connecticut were U.th uiisreprewprifed on the floor of the senate I sr* ause both of them wen* really Dem* a* rat ic In conclusion Mr Hemphill said “We know we must nther rule that country the South! or leave it N.,w for myself, before the pe- pie of the I tilted stj,^ ami before trod. In all reverence. I -wear we will not leave it [Applause ) It is the b* me of our fat her* There i heir bones lie buried. They tjoughr it with their blood when Concord ami Irvington were the battle field* of this country I do Ult hesitate to say the colored man bas many rights as I have but he can’t have his rights aud mine too and this law .» intended to put him again in control of the Southern slates, intended to awaken that race pre Hid ice which is fast dying out. intended to bring afloat again that constant irritation and clash between the tw.» col.rn* m the South which will retard it* growth and which will be destructive of the very principles of human government." Mr Rowell of Illinois said the bill was only an enlargement of a law upon the statute Iss.k* since 1871. It wa* the eou-vi« lion that every man s ballot counted one at the polls that ma*Ie this a govern mvat of the prople. He thought there was no q ut st ion of power of cong res* to en.*, t this Ibw or *>f the ue*-%eaity of using that power The number wa* increasing of th.ee who believed Mr Cleveland was counted in -it years ago He believed the bl*, k vor*- wa*, suppressed in the South. anil it wa* the expressed intention of the men who controlled that section that the suppression should continue Mr Dare* said that of his own knowledge he knew the statement to tie untrue Mr Howell replied that only on that basis «*>uld the aini at universal absence from the polls of the black men in rnauy southern states he accounted for. Mr Peel of Arkansas and Mr Ie*wig of Mi«st*Mippt both «le*dar*si that there was no charge of fraud in their district.*. Mr Wheeler of Alabama and Mr Crisp of «ie*<rgia -p akmg for their states, dallied Mr Ro well's charges Mr Crisp asked Mr Rowell to account for the silence of MJ per cstnt. of the vote of Maine and M sseachusett*. Mr Rowed replied that it wa* not in a pi>-ideutial year. Mr Breckinridge ami Mr R*iwell had a dispute over the circumstances of the former * election, dunug which Mr Mc-Ka»‘ of Arkansas admitted that armed men rode about the polling places in that state in Bowel Clayton's time. but said there haii l<een better times since. Mr Lehi bach of New Jersey opp*me«ithe billon the ground that, while frauds <icon r red in many district* it would he wiser to let the pe«>ple of the several state* regulate their own elections He thought the law, if enacted, should be uniformity applicable and not dependent upon the petition of ant bu miler of citizens. Mr Tucker of Yirgiuia opposed ’he bill on constitutional grounds. Under it. he said the supervisor* w*-re to determine D e quai; ti-at ions of voters—a right rv-'erved to the -tates He said that con j -irvss -hould take charge of elei'tion* absolutely or leBVe them entirely to the state*. The only way to correct fraud vs* by au enlightened public sentiment which woald frown it down. I he house at 5 25 p rn adjourned A TAME AND UNINTERESTING RACE THROUGHOUT. Wealth to jOtttif . their aesumfg. a. >t * ii# government* Hut he wan unwilling ie see Wyoming admitted in the way Bow prop.**-*! aud he proceed led to stale the rea*ou» why, in hi« opinion, the pa wag® af the pending bill woald be exceedingly unwise In conclusion, Mr Jonee declared himself in favor of pawing an ermhimg act for ail the territories except Fuji aud of admitting them as states, after they had complied with th# provisions of the ait. and he moved a* a suhatitute for the pend mg bill, one for such an enabling act. Mr Platt, replying to an assertion by New La;5Dun, Coon., June 27 - The Mr .Jones that the reason for excluding Cornell University cr» w won th* ir race New Mexico from admission as a state with the L n. ver ity of FVnnsvh inia yea-wa* that it wa* expected % would tend teniay by - x I* u^tus .>v, r the thrwe-quar-two Ltemocrat* to the aeuate. <ieuird that ter rn.Ie course rn the fa*t time of 14 .8. he had been actuated by any such idea. PenD*ylvauia‘s time lP£ The rate wa* He san! that on the contrary, leading Ha- very quiet aud in.uteresuug after the first publicans of New Mexico bad baru nrgiag half mile, ss the Pennsylvania btiys gra*l- Nto. ktoA sec cad. other® drawn, tun#, J4JA -J-5. Sixth rat*. I hi mile#, on the turf Philoa- *rh v flrsr st Luke second SEX Du tiara, tim* 2 23 4-5 GEN LifAL KU ULU. N N KW S. Th* P*aa«vlvanla Crew Gets to Piece*. Allow tug th* New Torh Bot* to YA in a* They Plea*#—The tale Crew ta NplenUttl t uaUitioft tor Their t om lag Ka«* With Harvard. Trotting Barr* at Hartford. H ARTY* >RD. Coo a . Ju ne 27 — Resmlt® of Charter < >ak park rac«ai y» atenlay: 2.44 .Lass, trotting it* admission and had l*-en asaurmg him I that it would send two Republicans to the •enate Mr 'Dewart replied to Mr Jupe* and sal*! that it would be tim# enough in the cane* of New Mexico and Arizona when they cam* before the senate. Mr Reagan opp*wed the bill, alleging. am< ng bi* reaaoiia fordoing ao. the provision for women suffrage contained in the Wyoming constitution In replying to a question by Mr Blair, Mr Kr*k in said that he know that the senator from New Hampshire had great respect for loug haired men an<l short haired womeu He could not say that he > Mr Reagaui hail The day when the fliMjfi gate* of female suffrage reaches! the ! country the *uctai organization would have reached the point where decay and ruin begau At tL* i« se of Mr Reagan's spees h It \ wa* foul**I to tie impcmaihte to get a voting quorum and an underNtandiug was rewi heil that the vote on the bill and amendment® would t**gin at 4 o'clock today The senate joint resolution to con j tin ae the unexpended balance for the free delivery service of the p***t«>ffi<'e depart-I I et r a#* Mi# up to June SU, I WH. for pay for extra service of letter carrier® was ra in .Ii USU) kej ♦ inrr*-Pm*}! atole ne^ri ter s u*a( Pen it-y I vi nile th# Cornell* am.* ca tgut the water first and a le.ig. h mu < on lei!, the lat not betag hea«ie#i straight. ;a start is! ll a.th -21 strokes and Cornell pulling 4*j    <    omeil    moved ap on eveu terms after the Hr st quarter, and then b*-th crews spurted. Pennsyl wan.a ran up to 42 and Cornell to 44 This wa* the decisive and only interesting part of the rat'e Pennsylvania held her place anti! exactly opposite the first half mile flag when they drnr ped to ^stroke* while Cornell was rowin„ The Pennsylvania crew then went to piece**, each man appeared to lie pulling on b s own account, the oars striking the water in one, two, three four ortier Oppose* the navy yard Cornell having a Jean Valjean .... >: * > V * • *■» * * * *■ M-rnorino Maid ...... Alia# .................. Problem............... Imaqueaa ............. '"‘L Elm**.  ....... Beet ti*#—SdK*4-2:.% class trotting Dawson.  ............ A lie ante............. El* tons ............ Col Kipp ............ beat time -t;SN. CHU ai mile !e®d of two lengths, d to IIH while FVnnstIv-« After passing th* vain* improved « n the one and two in pulled nearly stroke grmitially mcreaaini, length*. Entering th crews spurted, anil n (aught two crab* in thereby losing uearh a covering they put in a lip fest their stroke in ha*l dripped to rode fW Pennsyl •shit. ;ind between Ie ti tga the crews for stroke. Carn ell their tea*I to 3'*^ e last half bt>th Cornell qn porte*l and passed Committee* of conference were ap- increase*! their leal. eros. pointed on the puatotfice appropriation length* in advance of tie and on th# consular and diplomatic appro- j crew Pennsylvania mad-pnation billa Senators Plumb. Aliiaon and Bla k bum were appointe*l conferree* on the first, an*! Senators Hale Anderson and Bla'khum on t he second The following lull* were taken from the calendar aud pained: Th* senate bill to amend the law* relative to shipping rom-miwdoner*:    the    house bill f*>r a public buibling at Pan*. Tex., coat not to exceed iKxi.iiOU. th# vrnate bill for the relief of certain officer* on the retired list of the army the house bill providing for the sale of navy yard an*! United State# ho#-pitai lands in the city of brooklyn. \ Y. After a sh rf executive session the senate at j to) p m adjourned a succesaioo, length Re »ng spurt and ift the line six Hem Sylvania a fairly go*si spurt at the finish, bat to no effect. The ■ ‘fficial time wa* Come!!, I# 4S; Pennsyl vania. LVtJt! The Yale crew wa* out last night and their dock like movement* were greatly admired The Harvard ii, -ti are keeping very quit. Cornell celebrate*! the victory by the usual noisy demonstration* BASEBALL news. C to leago Hares. June 27 —First race yesterday, Racine first I red H second, X third time, I 41 *v Second ra*e I mile and I furlong Pm-phecy first. M'ary «#**ond. lew is Clark third, time, I .35. Third r o e Kenwood stake-* •* vear-oids. ■*. mile palestine first. Mount Joy sec • tnt High Tariff third; time. I ti! ^ Fourth race I mile; M»*ra first. Chapman second Mi led a I* third time. I 42 Fifth mc# I ^ Miles Rohe*i lerrv first. Spokane s*a «*nd. Marl# C. third, tim#, 2sJMAt.    ___ % Hoi Her Keeord Broken at *h#*>p«k«#t. New York, June 27. — Another record was ! .wt*re*l *>n the ~dieep*head Hay track y*-*-ferday. Firenxi. with IIT pounds rip running the mile an*! a half for the Coney ! Dland cup in 2 fit, me second lower than I the remrd Cassius, as usual, went out and made the running, followed by Ftrenz’ Cassius i***l by two lengths to J the stretch, w here Kirenzi challenged him I an I dr* ; nu. away won by three lengths j Cassius lent Tea Tra. four length*. The j previous record *2:34 was m.wie bv Flrenzi at Mon mouth park. Aug 2. ;N*s carrying impounds. EDITORS IN CONVENTION. laterestlng Papers Kead H»-fore the National FU! tort al I *•->«- (at Ion. Bolton', June 27 —The session* of the National Editorial a.«s«*’iafu>n were con-tmueil yesterday at the state house. Pa per* entitled *I>owii Below. ’ whi* h bad reference to tLe counting room.and "News palier Making bu* Profits” were read Chairman **f the committee nu adver tisiiij. n id** a rep*,rv of a schedule of urn form ad*ertising rates running per inch from 73 lent* per week to #10 per year and prrcoiiimu from Ho per week to UUU per year Mr Beattie of Arkansas, from the committee appointed for the purpose, reported favorably upou the proposition for affiliation with the American Newipaper Publishing ass* a lat iou for aanociate membership, having agree*! upon terms for all weekly papers connected with the National Editorial aas, bi at ion of #3 for (.tapers pub-lu*he*l oftener in towns «/f under 10.«Aw I population, and Ho in towns of lo.mu aud 15,000 population #1'» The report was ac epte*l. HuflTala Oft*    an    Awful    I>rubt»inx    (rum I hi I a*J*-1 (>h    I *— IM her    ••sate*. PLA T EK*’ LIA*.CB. At ballA.o Bu VT a lo.    I « * 0    J    I ii I I    2 12 Phi art# (>(, a    OI t    2    7 14 E I    •—3B Bat# Lit- h .Ifalo 12 Ft>ilA*tetpuiaTl. Errors Huff *!*# J**. Phi • ' lulu - A I hatleng* from 4 karlay smith. Nkw York. June 27. — *'harley Smith. the llH-p«*und champion *>f Fngiand. ye* j tenlay ir-uied a challenge to fight the win I aer of the Wall ace-Dix on battle if the Pelican club will put up a purse af AJUu I or toitoi* shot bb Apgrentte*. - \N FR AV* !s* o, June 27 —James W Kerr of the firm of >teiger «v Kerr, proprietors of the Occidental foundry, shot arni ki!le.l F.-1 ward Coogan, a molder'* apprentice employed in th# Vulcan Iron w rks Kerr and a non union nmdder named Clans—en were atta* ke*i oa the street by a crowd of strikers and were badly beaten when Kerr drew Hls revolver and fired The bullet struck young Coogan in the heart. AN AMUSING EPISODE IN THE HOUSE OF COMNONS. Raid w: Ma* s*r». Batteries Milligan. Cai hires— Ferga**m jail H At <"lev elat»«i— Cleveian«l  I    I    to    to    0 Brooklyn    ii    0    to    ••    ii Ha-*- b's 4 '<*% --I stet I tv Rr> • k I Ern>r* 4 ’levcl sad 2. Brook I vt. Batten.- limber and ^ut. and Km-low I’mprte Matth#w«ax;d Lea**h At Pltt-htirg Pittsburg......I    «    0    3    to New York    2    to    2    4    to hare hit--PltL-burx IL New Y Errol® Pittsburg L New York Rarteries- Teaer and L'am<1L and Brown. I'oipim* Ka.ght ani J .ae* At Chi. agt Chicago Itojston Ra-e hit.-~ -C Erp^r* tYi 2 3- U 2 M arphy •t issisMippi’s Trtwarcr an Fath«til*r. New 4>rlfaa- .June 27 —Treasurer Hemingway of M --is-ippi was found guilty of etidirxxiement by the jury yesterday m ruing Coun-ei for defendant at OL r ask ti for time to rile a motion in »xre- of judgment, which wa* granted A *>ttk*id* Identities. Dkwfk, .June 27,—The btsly of the girl I 9 to to to ! ' i ie ahi* ti was stipp*xed to be Hazel i.c! e of Kansas <1tv. has been i«1ent!fie*l by Mrs. Gigs as that of Mary I^ydan of KU East Twelfth afreet. Kansas City >rk \ tm. O'Day ... I 3 to n o a 2 J 0 to 9 u ago I*, ftsfun 9. r«» 3. Heron 3. ; I # to A Pr*»m men! ® m Sniride«. New Have®, Conn June 27 —Lncien Sperry, one of New Haven's Biont prana neat citizen* not mam years since, shot an«i kl Heil himself yesterday morning at I ll o’clo* k He was 7o lear* old ami ha*! •erved the cRv a- mayor an*l repre«»ente*i j it in the legislature He was a descendent of one of the e*-he-r families of New Haven, He v»* a brother of Postmaster N D Sperry Th# sui* id* wa- cause*! bv I financial troubles Mr Sperry was some years ago appointe*! trustee of au estate valued at #lr*.i*«J. V' it bin a few weeks relatives have iieen try.rig to get control if the estate and Mr Sperry was order**! by the court to render his account He multi u t a* i ’int f »r but #7 IAX) ami was practically adjudged in em beer, brr and would j.rob* dy have leeti arrest#*! Aa Iceberg TO® Feet High PHII • DF LPHI a. June 27 —The trerman 4fean»er Minister M ay bath. which Arrived Wednesday re>-• rt- having p;**s»s) a number of I *rge icehenr* en rout# on the Cfh fcth in.! ITrh inst line berg ha*! two (leak- one T*i) feet nigh dint the ether 4*at feet I he Fret! h str-tmer Ville de D ual from Cal n- | .* -«-*l more than twenty high ice *-r-s in i *    46 44 long. 45 > W. on the Isn, and li*th inst. Kc4**tiiti*>*4 In salvador. N’f® York. .June 27—Mr Jacob Bail. consul general of tiuatemala. yestenlay re*cive*! the fellowing dispatch from Gau-teniaia from Setior Sobral, minister of foreign affair* »K A TXM A LA. June 25. DWL To Paiz. Conaul tieneraL New York. Revolutionary movement ha* taken place in Salvador Everything in «inatems!a quiet amt tranquil.    M.aktinxz N'»iul Batt cries- Baldwin and Farrell; Kilroy an*! Kelly Cm pi re*-Barnes and Gaffney A A TI OS A I. (.BAUCK. AttTacinnatl— Ctn« mull;    SOtoltoOl?*-*! New York.    .    I    2    to    I    to    to    to    I    to 5 Base hits—Tin* lanaii EL New Y- rg *. Errors 4 un in nan 1. New York 2. Batteries Muiiane and Harrington: Rurse sod Bu* kley. Umpire \|< Uuaid At Pittsburg — Ptttshurg..........0    to    to    to    to    to    to    0    to    0 Boston    101    <>    2 to 0 to 0- 4 Base mrs P’tr-burg 4. B**ston s. Errors l^tt-hurg I. Rerun I. Bar tcries Bowman mil Decker; Clarkson aud Ben nett. empires Wilson and lietzein. At Cleveland — t'leve.Ass l    ii    to    to    T    to    to    I    9    to    4 Philadelphia    111    to    212    to* 8 Bae* iuts Cleveland 4. Philadelphia ML Errors Cleveland 2. PhiladetpAia I Pattern— AA adsworta ami /inaner Smith and Clement*. Umpire Powers. At Chk-ago-Cbi* ag*»    4    to    to    2    to    to    5    to    • -ll Bro*»klyn ..... to    4    I    to    to    to    to    to    to—    5 Baer hits—Chicago ii. Brooklyn V Errors < nn ago 5. Br*- klvn 4. Barteries Luuie and StenaeiU Lovett and I>*1>. Umpire Za**bar is. ANKH i < IS IMCt IT1DV At Phi I a lei (tot: A Athletic    4    '>    1    si    to    a    to    I    I -    to R*s hester........ to    to    I    a    to    to    I    to    to—    2 Base hits—Athletic l*L H , 1 Error* Athlete 3. K.s ti*—» Batteries Mc Mahon and P amt MeKevwisfh. Umpire— iVs»(*. At S> nu Ups* £>racus«*    9    (I    I    to    to    I    to    2    to—    4 Brooklyn  .......to    2    to    to    I    to    to    to    to—    3 Bas*- bits syracuse    Iii,    B Errors -Symcu-e 2. Brool Death of 4 hiaf Flngloeer De Lace. Nkw Y< HK, June 27.—Edon and S. Dr Luce, chief engineer of the United i*tar*r navy died Wednesday at New Brighton. S I it, the 92nd year of his agr He si* promoted to be chief engineer in I'tU A Af oast er Petition from F trn«ls of the Lie* ast ag Rill Obstructs ck* Hu»ib»*. of th* Hon*# and Creates Much Herr! maut for th* Xmteis- Mr. ('ante to be Punished for Meddling I»®D<»iff. June 27—The se nous charact.-of the pr«**'*edings in the holts# of coin mons wv* re lie vet] last evening by an epi stale which afforded general amusement The monster petition rn favor of th* licen sing btl!, to which its originator®, the publican* had obtained .iou ut JU signature** wu carted to the palace of St. Stephen a few days ago and deputed in a corner rn VA est nun st rr hall pending its presentation to parliament. The three ponderous rolls of paper each measuring I feet in diameter which the petition compriser, were trim died into the house with much difficulty and placed in the centre aisle They filled the aisle completely aud it wa* impoaaible for members to see or to hear anything ac rows rhein. The liberal* kept up a con stant stream of objection* to *ocept any of the petition, and for a time the howl*. protests, peals of laughter aud chaffing in which the members indulged bereft the hens# of ail krmbianc* to a deliberative body linier w** finally re#tor®d bing enough to reach tile result of ordering the removal of the petition, aud it wa* trundled back to its corner without tieing presented In spite of Mr Gladstone * desire that IJlierlls of Barrow m Faro*aa assist in the return of Mr ('aine, they have flatly refuse*! to do so and have already selected a candidate. Mr. iHtncan. to opp**** him The cause of rheir op(Ms*itton is Mr Caine's b rive interfereij.-e in several parliamentary election* m london to the disad vantage of Iv lad st on 1*11 candidates, which the Barrow Liberals regani as having been gratuitously offensive. His interference in such matters at home would have baen considered perfef'tly legitimate, but he is to be punished, if possible, for his meddlesomeness elsetrhere The Siar protea ta aga. ust the can<l1dacv of Mr lh mean as an unwise move. which the Barrow Ijtwrals will rue. an*! for which thrre is uo reason If the Ijtierais will < UU erat aly ret sri I fie return of I aion-tsf • to rn,* I • la*| st on tan ranks, they c;tuu*>r rea«*>n.vi ly complain if the dissidents go over to the Tones tiag aud tmggage. Mr Gladstone will -trongly up (tone the cession of Heiigolan*i t*> Germany wben th st matter c*mies up for discussion and wdl ta* supported by Sir William Harcourt, Mr Morley and other leading Ll lier.'tis In any event. Mr. Gladstone will contend, the 1-land must not be fortified by (*#r-many and the inhabitants must h* permanently exempted from military duty or service of any character whatsoever. The Kngh-h clergy have become alarmed at the action of the govern meat in abandoning Mr 4 ruse hr ii s li**eusing clause*, f* iring tbit the ministry may als*i regani it as rxf**di«*nt to withiiravrth# tithes bill They have therefor# arcauged to prepare a petition to >r-1 Salisbury, praying that tile lithos bill is- ret a. ue* I ami Us passage expedited. I'iie es*->*(** **f 4 apt Young## the -tenm ship t 'itv of R.'tn*- fr*>m the I *--of Ila -ail tog certiflcati- i • due wholly to hi* *e-»man like conduct alo! -kill after the a* . aleut t<» h!«. -.hip. I lie court gave doe , 01.snipe at ion to t lies** points, as brougnt out by t e fest im*.av and were of the opinion that to* err ors of ('apt Y<i|itg were merely ent**- *d judgitteUt. Machinery Damageg by Fir*. \*!-w Yorx. .June *27—The machinery and buildings owned by Contractor FVfer-s* n at —hafts and JU of the new aqeduct were il.1ma.si #15,ieiU by fire yestenlay afterno* *n A British AA »r ship f»*r Beh kit! tea j "VV Dll< «*,< "al . June 27 —The British war ship F^piegele has arrived here, and ; after t thing on coal she will proceed to Behring sea She carries ten guns. THE MARKETS. New York Money Market. Nrw York. June 27. Money clo-cil at 5 per cent. yestenlay; iow.-t ntfe iLjt*; the hitfhest wai* 8 per cent. r :    ce    . i ~e*1 steady p*A*re*t rate**, ft 80^ » *    *•    »    ai    rates,    p qq for sixty day bibs. and I.for demand. «. »v*-rt.Tietit bonds rinsed steady; curren*'y •ie ! ! • b s. ie coupon. I —’-y bbl. 4-yp* do. LUM bel. Pm* Ac railroad btimls closed at* follow*. Union flr**t>. I IT1* bel. do sinking fund*. 1.13 bid; Ont rah*. I. i.P* bld. ie-ier 4. ahin-om La* Ii ban efe and •cher BrirfK*; to A Lunatic** I cap to Death. PiTr-BrRt;. June 27 —Yestenlay morn tug Dr iieorge Iaingtltt of Hellevu# j jumped from the third story window of hi* residen*'# while temporarily insane from exceaeive us# of liqnor and opiate* 1 His neck wa* hn>ken and death was instantaneous The doctor was one of th# best known n*en in Western Pennsylvania. Dr I .amt ti tt wa* 47 years of age and leave* a widow and one chih!. Batteries* F and T«ij. Umpire- Di At "t. Loam - RL Ijosw............3    to I auh* Ville   to to Ham- bite -At. Lott!* k. Loaievill* Err>if" **r bm* Lott''Ville 4. Batteries 'tivktt* and A\*ej. h Ryan. Umpire Kerins. At Toledo n to. Met 'a1 to 0 to to Ehret and a ( a, C I to w to IL 3 I Tk J.-do 4. Colon ais 1C Healy and Welch; 4-aetright and IN THE SFN AXE. 5k a*h!®uT!>>\ June 27—The resolution offered by Mr ( all in the senate, directing the secretary of the senate to prepare a table showing the numlwr of billa introduced by each senator and th# number of them pa-sse*!. was taken up yesterday and ton ai ct kmi of Mr Fdmund*. laid on th# .able The house bill for the admission of Wyoming aa a state was taken up and Mr June* of Arkansas add reseed the sen ate He de*:laced himself in favor of the admission of Wyoming, and of all th# ocher territories except Utah when they had sufficient population and sufficient Freight Trains sidetracked. Cairo, III , June 27 — A committee of the striker* ca!he here yesterday, and on their order* every freight train between bere and (Vn4jr*li* on the Illinois 4 Yutral nulniad vi* skirt racked The passenger Toledo .... Col urn •»«». Base hits Emus* T Batteries O'Connor Umpire— Email*. vrw TOR* STVTX LB AUTO. At tine* rn ta ^Oneonta. 4. Johnstown-Gloversville. k eleven inning*. At ('obteak*ii —< ’obleadtill.    Ut lea. S. At Albany -Albany, 4; Tr*iy. A Races at "Keepshead Bae. SheepnhE.ad Bay. June 27—First race coaches were detached from two trains yestenlay. I mile Bella B first. Devote# and local mads were notified not to ban die Central cars going to other line®. Fatal K ••sn It of a Af* ar re I. B*«sTi»s, June 27 — Michael Haley, said lo belong lo Newton, was stable! four times and killed yesteniav by Jam#" Bostwick, a Russian, aged 56. who is under arrest Bostwick is a cobbler at 19^ ('rum* street, and the men quarreled over the coat of repairing a pair of shoes. sr* oud. Rfeoao third: time. 1:41 3-5. Sec on* I rave. Spring u.is. -s. i-year-olds. Futurity course Storm * urn aru flr*t. Fairy areole!. Ambulance tbir I. time. l.*9E2 5. Third race. Sw ift si , . -s. 3-year obis. 7 furlongs Re* I a re fir'f. "t John second. Chesapeake thin! tim-, I 273-5. Fourth race, 4%*tiey Island cup, 1**^ nnles Fireuzi fir *t. CxWQto se*N>nd, Tea Tray third, time 2 3:t Fifth race, V% miles Senorita first. New York Pr«»daee Fxehang#. New York. Jane 27. FLOUR rfanrd qiiet and anehano**! ye#-ter*iay. K ne gra*!es winter wheat ‘•N42.4!!: spn: *<!«». S *■ '2 I k -nPerrine winier, t” 4>*t 2.T.5; d»» -i.riug. $2 lo SJStr, winter, extra No. 2. f2.~    •{ ring <i«.. JC.tn • ii.dr. extra N#. I w ruer. JH.r»:4 Ai; do sprn.g, fSLSQA'tolt city mJI ex’na-. f+ *«,&l.4*> far AA'e«t Indw Southern Hoer el«-*e«i stea*tf: trade and family extras. •' • 4.4ft. WHEAT Options were m*derate!y active and trregijlar. Dealings developed no feature of interest and the » lo«ing figure* were only fractionally change*! fr< rn those of Wednesday. "pot lot- ch—ed 11naer.    "pet wtie** of N<». S red winter. ICP--* ; Na. 3 red. Hfifi No. 2 red wir.’**r July Aug.. WI1-**’: d*» Sept.. 1*1 Sr: «i*» Oct.. to!1**-. CORN Option were fairly ai tive. In the early trading pri**et* were weak but closed firm it K t,r *n<-« for June an*! July. Sp*a lot* •■■■r." I firmer, "'pot sal## of No. t mixe*i. 4ri. ll *. ; No. imixeii Jan#. 4(Eac: do July, 41 be*; '•» Aug.. 4IV: do Sept.. 42®# . OATS OpUors were dull and closed about steady "pot sales of Nu. I mixed. iSc: No. t 4b.    No. I white. 37c: No. 2 do. Sr. Na 2 mixed June, 3B4®r: do July. :0Ay : do Aug.. Jfir. I. VKI* < losed firm and I to 3 point* r : . v. to* ae Aug., ftv la: Sept.. f«.27. U TTER CUwed steady; eastern creamery. It* *-; western do. Kktitoe. t IIF FSE vuiet; factory. New York cheddar, -St western fiat. toi&Te. EtHiS- « loped quiet, eastern first*, fresh. Uwtl5Lgr; wt-stern do. l4Lrifi4t%c: (anatian do. Ii-. It.ilT.»lo Provision Market. Brrr a lo. June 27 WHEAT Higher yesterday; No. I hard. No. I Berths rn. Vk(e. Winter wh«at— No. 2 tssI. tori*: no No. I white offered. LUHN F irm; No. 2 com.    No.    S do. 314,.    \ ,.2 • *! low, 44c; No. 3 do. toto®)-■ OATS "tr- ag: No. f whit#, Ifi®c: No. 2 mite*!. 32ty »n track. KYE WU let: No. 2. 54Hc. FLOUR-Dull; *pnng wheat, beat patent per bbl.. f.»J aAtoJk and low grmda •**-'N ntcr wLeat aaa* family, |5.09|g&J9c gra- ALL HOPE ABANDONED. .4 Mournful Throng XA tiling to Wltn*«* the La«t Act in the Mine Horror. Dunbar. Pa. ..June *27 -Th#ten«inn here is »t»s4 l ifely painful The people are without hot** of finding their friend* and comrade" •'•live, hut f her are firm in the be lief that l**fore long the undertaker* awaiting near br anil have heen placed in charge of the twenty nine dead b*sl!es. The officers of the ftunbar F*!rna4'e<*om-pnny anti the mine inspectors ar# now making every effort to avoid another di« aster when th** dividing wall Is broken through It Is probable thar In"p#«'for Klehlev will take charge at the supreme moment. He will have with him hut one man. the other men on the -tiift will be sent back a safe distance in.I it ..on until the air in the Hill Fiittli Hiilie has been teste*I and pronounce*I safe for them to enter There will he little delay after these precaution* have heen taken ami th* work of rescue will he prompt But few people here will sleep until th# fate of the unfortunate men is known. A shipwrecked Crew Rescued. New York, June 27 —The schooner J N Stearns from Nova Scotia brought into this port i-afer*lay morning the shipwrecked crew. numbering ten men. of the Scotch brig Jennie, which wa* loaf off Sable island, on the coast of Nova Scotia, on April 23, while on a voyage from Fal mouth to B**»ron On the night of April 28 the Jennie was stranded on an island, a strip of tininh «bitate*! land off Sable island. Mare Don t!*! *'ox and two men were loaf while endeavoring to make land in a small bar Tie* car#ain. James McDonald. and the rest of »he crew afterward ref*, bcd the land, built a rude hut and live*! on th* i-l*i. I f**e five week* subsisting on sea gtilD' eg ** and bra* kiah water from a pool form***! by rain. They then Itegan cruising in th# Gait in the hope of tieing pick***! up After two day* the Steam- am* along and brought them into this port Rev. «.e»,rjjc F. 4 ashman De a* I. New York June 27.—The Rev George F Cushman. I).D, of Brooklyn, died in this city yesterday arterin*rn id pneumonia He wa* bora at I'awtu ket, R. I., in 1*19 ami gradnated from Amherst college m ISHO. He < aute to Brooklyn in ls79 and became one of the aes** late rd j tor* of The Churchman. EK.Ii; STORE Mother w< "Mi Fatally Hurried. HnmXtoW»S. Pa., June 27—At Orb! soma. We*lnes«lay night. Mrs Adam H I Wise fainted while filling a lamp, drop-I ping the tai can on the -love She and a ! little son who was standing at her side j were iirenche'i with rh# burning oil and fatal Iv fanned. bani. $.*».<«>. Bl TTEK Creamery fancy. Mc: tin ohoica, Lfctit. : -lo ’••"tern faacy, I IQ 111® C HEESE Faaay fail sraam ®#r lh. Choice do, "V4te row# lo, iMto*#)- Ei><»" Stwt# aad ''%a»5a. atrictiy crates, ive weet#rn fraah, Mi*. K(tilted kl Foreign Competition. Fhslapflfhi a. June 27.—Execution® to th# amount of fit I.(sat were issue*! yesterday agons! the firm of John J Glazier Sc Co . rn-nuf icturer* of hoaiery Foreign com petit tom it is -mid, ruined their buai-ae*a Wast shorter Hoar* and More Pay. Joliet, 111, June 27—The street car drivers in tbs* city ail went un a sink# yesterday for more pay and shorter hour®. I tm £ ^ 5 DO. Liiilius Vt*rj tine Blouse W Hists, «>nly 75c I-ailius' Fancy Flannelette Blouse Waists, ouiy Boys' extra quality Flannelette Blouse Waists, only 48c. Hard wootl Crot'piet Sets, nicely painted, ei^ht halls aud eight mallets, only 95c. Be>t Mexican Hammock*, heavy Braided edges, full fourteen feet, worth $1.35, only 95c. Very strong Picnic and Lunch Baskets, only 9c., 14c., 18c. and 2»h\ Harden Set*—IL**, Rake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjustable Hammock Rojks, 12|c. each. All kiln Is M os4pieto Fetting, only tit*. Ladies' I#-st Summer ('onsets, <*nly ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT STODDART A Clk, Bakra! AStoVMj*,tlA TUI ■o St, XA a*hiugtoo. Ii 1    I " I* * ten I ot to*'# I'vteut*, CavrMt* *nd Hr louis jwvurvd lr*• lr Marks registered AH Patent hitatnrsii ••on* I ite lr. I for BM* lr rate Frr». I n fi.ruitli-n A.*! vie# ami • pre tai rrtereaern mi un rrqurat scifi} t j, y® 'jl toto A MONTH can br rn ate ito ?-sto.w ^ jof uv Perwil. ^ Itrml who can iurnidt a iorv jinl give thor «huk tole la Hie t*u»)B« "parr moment, may be pram ihiy erin'toyed ilso. A lew vacancies m r»waa cad ciu#* k V. JOHNSON to IO. lam Al un it.. Kid;(Bon.!, V*. F A- Lyon aa*! O. Monnw, of DuaXirk ami F. H. Kdtatia*i* ol Err.J.>niA. have june •«•« urn! Ute sair of Dr. It. Ma* Farlan»!’s Ia«ij*ii Pills. A «predjr an*! rat ti ye cure fo siek and Nervous H*,l*<h»* raialr Weak >•«, ladig^sfion. C* nttipanoai and Khrum* in Mr will rrfund th** pro-r of th, Sr** tn I Box that t*ila to ttenrtot pur-•'haiter. I K> of tet pre ladler stand ta your Ugfit. but ai -I one® and purvhaar % box, our la suRi-irntb frat the Birri t of th rn valuator di*-«sjvrry el tv day* trratrurnl for on# dollar Fifty pill in i*ah box. Prior one 'lobar prr G)x. No- r xrnuifte without the abo.r'-uton rat'b box. Brwirr of worthlrna imitation*. CARL SCHAUER PATENTS! Caveat*, and Trade Marks obtaim d. and cit Patent t M-me.it <-oadu<-ted far M'xlerate Frea. Our "d!« r >m appo«it« I S. Patrol oflh-r Wa baw n<>-oil    ail    busto*** dlrr« t,hear# • an Iran -aq pair rn bu«iar<M to Irs* tim. sad at la>»« cwt thaw I nose r#ui»te fr»ua W aahtnx- lun. Sru*l model, drawtox, or photo, with dr# *• ripooo va« advt*r if pat«ntaht« or bo*, tr## af <*hargr «mji f*r not da# till patent in <t#eur#t| •A    ** How to «to,lain Patent*,'* with ref- errueae to a«-tuai < I ma ta ta your "tate, county. ar iowa, mat free. Addr#** C. A. N.\OM A CO., Dppoed# Psf rat ode# W at lagune, D. C. P^y ^ood5 AfiD Carpet?/ IDA911SL0BD1 £ 1N0ERSUM AMERICAN BLOCK. 39t>-402 Main Street, Buffalt>, ...    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto us:    "Second to None.n We wish to be se»*ouil tt> done iii your servil e. Try us anti see. 59 East Third St., Hrs just received a full line of s BWMfliT? WWW TI |)«MOMito im’# M««ee#MiCy Equal to any iii tim city, aud at prices that will pay you to see him be fen •* purchasing. *We have the largest iLs.-sort-meut of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored t4>ps, hand and machine sewed.^VVe carry’ a complete line of NETTLETON^ Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our HENTS    Calf Shoe in Button anti Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that ha.s ever l>een of-fereil to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and l»e convinced. We wish tn iiupresa u(x>n our out of town friends, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff aud the prunable inc rease in the cost of nearly ail kinds of dry goods, that the mouth of June will be nu month for them ta shop. Prices were never lower than they are at present in our alure. If ike proposed tariff bill passel, prices must go up. We are offering splendid bargains in sateens and ginghams and summer wash fabrics of ail kinds. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We (jnote the following bargain* in underwear: Gentlemen <* blue mixed shirt* and drawers in medium weight*, at 54* per suit. Gentlemen s Balbriggan underwear, The per suit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirts and drawers at 90c. each, 40c. g‘x*i* Lathes Jersey vest* m low aa 10c. each Ladle*’ balbriggan veata with lace trimming, only 15c.t worth 35c Good grade Jersey veata at Vc. 'each. W hite and black lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each. Bilk vests, all colon. 75c tach, Linen prices will be considerably advanced if the tariff is changed Our prices are much below even current price*, and we are selling An# cloth#, napkin*. DOyleys, towels, etc . at rara bargains    —— New styles in parasols. New styles in gloves. New styles in hoaiery. Headquartera.in Buffalo for ^Carpet*. Rugs, Draping and upholstering.fabric*. Adam Madill arni Anta, amnic a® bizjc k, ma tv ST Ii ext buffalo, n y. CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 3414 WAI.® ST., BUFFALO, ®. t. DKA!.BK VS I>i amolilla.    Watches ami Jewelry", ♦ UrnA salver war#, I.eatlter Go*et», #4e MSU RA Vt XQ, OULU <f SIL VER PLA TIS A COM PI.CTR LIMB OF SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street :<«4 MAIN MT HK IST, BUFFALO, X. Y Go toMonroes for Curtains and Fixtures WtAMP CHIMNEYS - - err THC w po Ne s :ot the bight orcs PEARL TOP m MILEO MD URE Mi# at? GEO, I. MCBETH A CO.. PITTSBURGH. PA. ;