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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y., TIU 'RSH AY. APRIL 3. ISO*. NO. 12. HEPHESENTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES IHS KUK KM IN. THE LONDON PRESS UNANIMOUS CONDEMNATION. IN OF DUNKIRK \nr.w Ki i.iMi all kimlw of blank* la Ute late#-! a-nbtiot-^ MACHINK for ruling \ t* tile I lie Meelutuir&l De part men t of Dunkirk Printing)# ompam ALEXANDER’* Coal and Wood Yard, Ti* , Central Avenue, oi<i«*-;W- Nickel Plat# lei All grate* of liar I ami N#ift < *>al a Lumber. Shingle* ami I>aih. Fret lellv    Correa po re ksnoe for •l.tilmlr lot* •ol i el led. IX K. GIFFORD, amt 285 Central At* lr. Artistic Photographer. Iiiataiitaii«"«ii Photograph* of ItaUiea a iqiecialty. St Mer aoed not wait for eun*#hine except table* I I OUK 111 XI) FRY- -J AM KH IRVING, fro P pouter. No. in h. fW-’-oml street. ncai Bul Cato street. Dunkirk, N. X. Magazines, Mu air, Pamphlet*, et#-., t*oun<l in all Si >’•«•*. * trier pr unfitly attended to. All work guaranteed. R Ult* HK ICS CHIH Kl.ltt IDU HK, sun Central Avenue. Wtioloaale aud retail «leal**r in lu (wru ! and lotnnatic China, Cit*!*ware, Ar.. A Mu.pirton That th* Article* Are Inspired br a Fear of drrmanjr’i Operation* la ttra Equatorial Province*—A Kcpoit That l*o won Ciuim the (aar’a lakiest lllnrM—Other Foreign New*. I/irixiji, April 3.—-The I/>niina pm* in imam mon* in hitter denunciation of the ingratitude displayed by Emin Pasha in entering the service of Germany and organizing an ev|w*dition to return to the equatorial province he formerly governed. Though great at ne» is laid u|*in his null i fire I ion of the work done hv stanley in rescuing Emin from his fierilou* pteition aiel reinducting bim in safety to the Neatioarri. it is quite obvious that tile inspiration of the art idea is lot I born of alai in at the prorated, of German in-i terferenre* with English interests in Africa, aud that if tiles* interest* were not menaced Emin might go whither be pleased without tire -lighrest objection on the jiart of any-body in Knglaud. It ia perfectly well known that Emin has for Mane time j»«Nt I teen de-! sirmis to return to his province, ami it is j equally well understood that he has never AA. (Jf.A.U. A -     X__99 Lf___ I HA UTA! Ut A HOD.!. Ka ten, $1 tier day. aide ii Victor Hider, Mon Livery mid IP hi dins’ HU»l>!< in eon ne SA* and 33? Lion street. HTY * 11X1 It Vltltf it SHOP \j    Cha*.    Nagle, Prop Under Lake .Shore National Hank, come j Center and Third utiects. A flue at**ek of I Foreign and Dumeitic * igar*. I iONMLIS A HON, Av    33s    «.enter street. Practical borne-shoet*. Particular aUcuti»u • paid p, mterferitiK horses, shoeing of road j ai a tr ating horse* a aper laity. I) UN Iii ICH KY EN I NC. Olla Flit FIC. Largest Daily in the c. iiuty. An unequalled advertising medium. I) UN Kl Mix EMCH NKE It I NCI COMPANY. foreavi) aul lew A fopple. Manilla# Hirers of Fug mea, Poitora. Pulleys. Shafting Hangers, etc. Pattern*, Forgings, Castings, and Mach me Work loonier. I v UN Kl KH NII IHT IO, *8, 306 aul . A.* Center street, Munului lurers id tin "Cromwell" and “Dunkirk" j*erfeot - Altin,. Dress 3hirt«. On sale in all leading furnishing, oloth mg and dry good* houses in Dunkirk, I x I. TOOM KY. |/.    434    and    43d    Lion    sit    et iHjaler in Flour, Feed, alt, haled Hay, dilates, etc. Fria Lh st ted, IHT?. I* bos I KIE llilll I. and tuning Saloon, I moi Dei>ot. Easy access ia* nil trams aud bu-met*#- bouses. Ileal accommodate ut* for Coui-•nerciai Travelers. .John J. .Murphy, Prop. I ' HLkllH A < (»., la    37 and HH h T lord a tret t- Fine Furniture, I a bi net Ware and I p-uoistcnng. Picture Frames in..de lo order. ^ D. MA I TESON A til., JOI Central Ave., leaders of fashion mid Gentlemen outfitter* AKEL!. UTICA VI HEATING t o.. forgiven Stanley for ‘Teeming" him, or to put it plainer, for making his desertion of his pct and journey to Bagamoyo a matter of compulsion. While notedly is Hiirjirired 1h«f Emin has entered the service of Germain', it I- nevertheless a matter for regret that he hits done so. TMK « EAR HAID TO BE POISONED A rrjmrt has reached here from an apparent Iv ant h-nt ie source tliat the illness w ith which the «tsr bxs l*##®n mo zed is due to I mi von administered to him in his food. The details of tilts report, or cotiflrmation thereof, are not obtainable, but the fact that the censorship of telegrams has been most rigorously en fort *sl at St. Petersburg since the announcement of the czar’* illness is regarded as sufficient reason to believe that the czar is iii a various condition and that he is not af-fbrtod w itll any on Ii nary malady. Tile criticisms of tho Conservative Dublin Empress (»ii the government^ land purchaae bill are the most significant comments on tile measure that have yet l*»en made and utterancc which cannot tie ignored bv the ministry. Tile Exjir®** has ! hitherto defended tile government thiough # thick and thin and its expressions of opinion I have repeatedly been quoted by Tories in the house of (Sdunioiis as representing the sentiments of the Irish followers of tile party. This Iteing the fact, them is much curiosity j iii liberal circles to oliserv® w hether the gov- i eminent will accept its condemnation of the | land bill as “a public bi llie to the jieasantry 1 and a measure imj*eriling Irish loyalism I whose passage would la* disastrous to the i preselects of the Unionist can se," as a frank j expression of loyal public opinion in .I reland, j DESKINS KOH THE OHE VT TOWER. ACCIDENTALLY KILLED A Young Man Fatally HhovU HI* Friend and Live* Hinself Ip Bcftai/i, April 8.—Arthur C. Padtnan walke(l into Hie supreme court yesterday and gave himself up. saying be had shot and killed Manly Strickland, nephew of Supervisor Zimmerman of Tonawanda Strickland and Padman worked together on Mr. Zimmerman's farm, and the former recently made Badman a present of a 82-calibre revolver. Tile two were fast friends. Yesterday morning thev started for the wood# to yjni't is? shooting, and jii-t a* PadmanY turn came to use the revolver a rat ran out from under a log and Strickland called to PadtnAn to tire at it. The remainder of the story as told by Pad-nuiu is as follows: “Just as I pulled the trigger," be said, “Manly *tepj»ed directly in front of me with hack toward me He wa* stooping and pointing exactly at the rat, He changed his position .so quickly that I did not notice it until it was too late and the revolver discharged. I saw him suddenly straigh en up and throw his arms out like lins,’ and Pallmall inducted the way, which resembled a man In the act of stretching. “I a ked him if he was hurt and he said‘no.' Then a moment later he aa d, ‘Yea, I am too,’ and started to fall, but I caught him and laid him on the ground as gently as powdble and loosened hi* clothing, thinking that he was fainting, as I did not s»*> any blood. But he never spoke agaiu. aud in a few moments blood gushed from his nose and mouth. I felt of his heart audit had stopped bealing, and Manly was dead." After the shooting Padman covered the lindy with a horse blanket, went home and changed his clothe*, came to Buffalo and gave himself up He was put in jailtoawait developments. Siqierintendent of Folic® Morin and others who have questioned him lielieve his story. THE MONETARY CONVENTION. The a I cotillon I'm ii-American* Favor ^Imitating 'tedium. Washiwuton, April 8.—The Pan-Ainen-can conference yesterday adopted, with slight amendments. Hie report of the committee on monetary convention. The preamble and resolutions as adopted read as follows: “d'he Intern tional American conference is of Hie opinion that great advantages would accrue to the commerce between the natious of this continent by the use of cornu that would lie current, at the same value, in all the count cie* represented in this conference, and therefore recommends: “That an International American monetary IU)iou lie established. “That as a lnuas of this union an international coin or coins be issued in all the cnuo-tries represented in this conference. “That to give full effect to this recommendation there shall meet in Washington a commission compot#*! of one or more dele gates from each nation represented in this Sir Edward William Watkin, the eminent !    shall    consider the quam I ti tv, the kind of currency, tile uses it shall j have, and the value and proportion of the international silver coin or coin*, and their i relations to gold. “That the government of the United State* shall invite tile communion to meet iu Wash- I ington within a year to lie counted from the date of the adjournment of tills conference ll Manufacturer* of Steam Healing Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. engineer and mein lier of parliament for fly th. has already nvs'huil eighty-seven design* from parts of Kunqie aud America for the London tower w hich is to eclipse the one which M Eiffel erected in Paris. The de signs submitted suggest, ninny improvements in construction nj mu the work of Eiffel, and several are accompanied bv estimates showing that the tot a I cs >st can lie brought con--id *rahlv w it hut the sum required to erect tin- Paris tower. Tin* wood workers at Gera, near l^eijisic, A ut I-1’roll I hi I in nisi*. Minneapolis. April 3. A special to The Ti time from !K*s Moines, la., says: A •■onfer in of Michigan, while favoring I of all the territories, criticised ; Germany, have gone out on strike for a re- enc® of ant i Prohibition Republican* w as held H GMK NTE AM LAUN DUY. Gut ajiecialtte*:    Fine    Shirts,    loc;    toMara, Ic; Cuff*, 4c( and I^aoe Curtains. Free Delivery. A VV. Cumming*, 2o7 Center street IC OEHM. K. Third it, cor. of Buffalo Ii ktufncturer and dcaier in Fine lbs its A Shoes Hen KY WEH.Fit’s new stoke, lo” I. Third st. Books, stationery, Musical In •trumenUi,MaKazi:.ti*,D:til> audMeekly fnjieri and everythirg pertaiaiug to a ttrst class liook •tora. Achoo. Kooks a s|K*eia!ty. I Git PKI NT! NC* of evert description and at lowest living rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, S aud IO L. second St. duct ion id hour* aud an advani'e of wage*. The iiuiiiIm r in voluntary idleness is 600. A serious split has occurred among the mitier* of the Saar district of Belgium, which will greatly rc*an! the cstablisliment of the reform which the government has pro;*used to institute for the lieueflt of theCiilliers. The here yesterday at which loo delegates wen preaent, representing twenty <*f the cities of ; Iowa The movement is started for the pur- I js.se ..f forcing the Republican party in Iowa to throw over its prohibition principles aud to return to the advocacy of license law; the reason lieing that in many of the cities of seceder- declare that the Belgian government I the state the law is so openly violated that I the Halo*ms are far worse than under a license law. The men gathered her* are Rejnibli-> caus who huve not followed the party into prohibition and who lielieve that the jairty I w ill l*> wholly defeated unless the law is re-jioaled Home stirring ►jMsv-hra w’ere marie and resoluti nis edop ed declaring that the l«arty should u t endanger th* national party bv i-jlousing local issues aud denouncing prohibition J’ H. VAN HEREN A SGN, Fire Life Accident and General It sn:ac * Deal ere in Heal biute and Loan!-. Par.n ulai alw uUoi. paul to Hie c ire of ort .pert y colled mg rent* Ac. SIB tenter et., tad ll«H»r. MONROE'S PM XRMAEV, ;»«' Ceutral Avenue Htunlquartcve for Wail P*|*»r Pn ’a Od*, Ac. P~ ERKINS. J. W., 21*3 Center st* s>t. Manufacturer and «u iiei i1 n -."is ic-. Bridle*, 1 oiler*, Trunke.M hqi*. I. • ii«• IC.Is -, Horse Cover* Glove* Mitten* Mini sleigh Hoi*-. P. SCHOLTEN, 17 East Third street. Fashionable Tai tor. Gentlemen will And it b their advantage b* calloo me Is fore purehasmi «jl*e wliere. I) It. EARY A 4'G., .    3‘<3    Lion    *tr» *t. General Hardware,White Ia-ad,Git* Painter*-Supplies, Oil Cloth*, CS rat. Ie Ware, A special ty*of sherwn. William* Pa.tit and Monroe range. Ii CLING, *«icl» as hlank-lavik*, ledger*, and all kind* of blank* done ut Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second st. Kudoleii moldenhai er, Cor. Third and Buffalo St*., liealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Ituildina stone. Call on me before buying your »ide-walk I X ISLEY A EG., 7 and 3 East Front street. Whisky, Wine*, Brandle*. General Liquor Store for Family Use Robert m*k ti. Lion street, near the depot. Boanlmg, sale, Ftnsl ami Livery Stable Stabling by the day or week on reasonahi* terms-    _ SAM J. GirrOKD. SUI Central Ave. ,Uj stair*), tieneral Insurance and Beal H tab AiieuL Fire. Life, Accident, and Live sumo Insurance. Prompt attention giv *n U» buyin> and selling Heal Estate. nx c. JONES, I    75 E. Third *L, cor Deer. ixceUior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt Smoked Meats, loud. Sausages. Oyster* Poultry. an an VV W ATT ll ES, JEWELRY, AC. But the Aurora Railroad Watch. . Reiiainng a yieeialty. Frank F. surf. S3 E. I bird *t rM. MtH KFH. R Merchant Tailor, 316 Central Alenu* professional. T. ROLPH, M. !>., Phv«iciRn and Surgeon omc# over LyJh’* Drug store Kcsi lenoe,Central Avenue Telephone No. F. Call* mat Im left at I von"*. i- notoriously iDiiixvr* and contend that no dependence can lie jil».‘*ed ujton any agreement it may make. Preferred the Nnim Ile Mad#* I a mow*. Bicnr.iN. Aj»ril 3 —The Vomi*ohe Zeitting say* tha at the farewell interview hetweeo Prince Bismarck and (heemjieror, thefo mer jxwitively dcefjiied to acce)>t the pn»ffered duke,im of Lauefiburg. declaring that it was his de-ire t«> hie in history merely by the familv name which he had made historical. 'I he etujieror fnnste*i ujsui the x-chan-I’ellor's a<ss>ptaiice of the title; the latter said hi* decision w as irrevocable and tiieem-perrir de* *1 a re I that hi- w a-e#p ally so, wliei’e-upon it w is aures- i that I ii nee Bismarek should not jiersojijilly b ar tile title, though it was his. A New London xingarlne. IjONDON, April 3.—A Iiuuilier of members of tile house «»f com tm a* are nupporting a movement looking to the publication in fbi* city of a monthly inaua ne devoted to the discussion of the gro-- a I at.-es in the Russian government, and to full rejmi’ta and debate* of the horrors of the prisms in Silieria The gent lei ne w bo are engage I in the first Ste; w of this enterprise ar** Mr Sh’*w Lefevre, Mr. Burt aud Mr. Peas*, all Lilvials ami ailher-ent,- of Mr. Gladstone’* home mle jioltcy. I'riltri im I and Teacher Exonerated. Xkw Yohk, April 3.- The cotnmitte* ap-l**inte«l bv the lear I of ediacathm to investigate charge- or insinuation* made bv ScbiHil Trustee Tinsdale aff'ding the g«ssl name of Principal Sutherland anti Miss Lewis, a teacher, rem >rt<sl that the all gat ions had I“ii found fai-e and malicious; that tho j counter < barges brought by Mr. Sutherland and Mi— Lewis against 'I ins. la Ie. accusing him of improper conduct as a trustee, were fully pi■ <\«*d; aud tha if Tinsiale h d not already resigned be should have heen ex-js*ll*sl in dis rare. The rejvirt goes further and |vivs a high compliment to Miss Lew'is per->i la I Iv and officially, and also expresses full confidence in Mr. Suthi rland. lite refs >rt w na adopted unanimou-lv, except that U i;nmis-ioner Mary Agnew ref rained from voting. A rrested for Nkw York, April 3.-and Carmino Caggiano Dr. I’eters* I*arty Kale. Compone, April 3.—The Gazette jHiblishe* from Mombassa, under date of Ajiril I, i for the murder of Gaetano Paolo, at Casate Murder. Antonio Mansearo have been arrested wliic’i says that Lieut Phi* rn, who left Pan gain for ML Kilima Niaro with a dota«h-iiKuit of Maj. Wiwmaifi troops, has M»nt a dispatch stating that Dr. Peters and Lieut. Tiedeinaun, with forty jvorters belonging to Dr Peters’ fiarty, are -ate. Lieut Tied■-iiiauii, however, the dispatch sa vs, is suffering from a slight wound. Sot tam*, Italy, two years ago. Mansearo wa- found working in a mine at Wilmerding, Pa., and Caggiano was working on a sam! tx tat iii the Last river and living in this city. Jealousy was the cause of the murder. Paolo hail married Mausearo’s sweetheart. While returning from a neighboring village to hi* home Paolo was waylaid by the two men Caggiano held him while Mansearo plunged a stiletto six times into his breast. A |>ea.sant witncafd tin* murder, but was at raid lo inform the authorities until he beamed that the murderers hat left Italy. Russian Peasantry in Revolt London, April 3.—The corresj*ondent of The Telegraph at St Petersburg say* the jieasautrv    in the government    of    Ria/anmn are revolting and bhnxlsbisl    is    imminent. rile agitation is spreading to Finland am!    Republican Cawea*. Russian Poland and a strong foriv of gend-! ALR ART, A filii 8.- The Republican sena-arim - and Cossacks has liecu sent to quell the 1 torial caucus last night decided to confirm disorder    The inhabitant* ot    the di-turtaai    the    nomination    of    Jam**#    K.    Jones    as    jxirt warden of    New    York.    It wa- also    the    opin- region# ait en ta. in full syinjrtitby w ith the xtud- 4 I.raid stand Fell. Lindon. April 3.— During the pr**gre«*of the im cc- at Foyol iii Cornwall, a portion of the grand stand, thirty feet long, collapsed, juee.foliating SUO p'cfile to tile ground. Many of thinse who fell underneath were injured, some of them, if is feared, fatallv. A Tory Fleeted. London, Ajiril 3—The parliamentary election in 'N in*ls.»r yesterday resulted in a Conservative victory bv an unexpectedly large majority. Mr. Barry, Conservative, rei*eived 1,522 v*»tes to f*?2 ca-t for Mr. Grenfell, Glad-stoman M(.rr S|hirf for the Millionaire* Newport, N. H., April 3.-The Blue Mountain Forest Park association was organized yesterday, with Austin Corbin a* president. The association has secured about IO,POO acres of wild land and mountain range in ! ion of the caucus that the caucus will and J should endeavor to adjourn sine die on April 130. It was decided to oppose the <*anal ajv propriation for l*ridg«*s, etc , outside ot the I f’>00.000 improvement bill, and the canal sinking fund interest bill. It w a* also agreed 1 to oppose all armory appnqiriations this year w ith the exception of those for armories at Utica, Geneva and Malone. It was decided 1 that a bill shall be introduced providing for 1 const itjiti. mal convention to he held next January _ A Joke on th#* Highwayman. SANDIEGO, Cal., Ajiril 3. — The Alamo stage was bel I up Monday by a lone highwayman who expected to get the shipment of bullion from Hie International mine, but it hnjqiened to have lx*en delayed and lie got only US. The bullion would have amounted to $25,000. Nteauiohlp *'iib«idv. Washington, April 3.—The Farquhar this vicinity, and will stock it with buffalo,    steamship    subsidy    bill,    which wa* reported elk, nutelojie, moose, deer, fi-h, etc. The    favorably    to the    house yesterday, is esti- cajntal i> $2,500,000. The object is sport and    mated to involve a    inst    for the first year of the preservation of types of American game.    &J.300.741. FROM WASHINGTON. THE HOUSE DISCUSSES THE A DW IS* SION OF IDAHO. Barat al Struuc qiexclit* In Favor of the KUH—Seine Op|MM»ition to the ProjHaxd (anoli ut ion—The senate Take* up the Montana Fie# Hon Case* — Mr. Gray Speak# "In favor of the Sitting Members. Wauhts\;ton, Ajiril S.—The bolide yesterday paaxed a nuintier of lex- imjiortaiit measures and diacussed at length the bill for Hie admission of Idaho into the Union. In the morning hour bill- were j*a.v#.#l authorizing th#* construction of a number of bridge# On motion of Mr. Maaon of Illinois, from the commerce committee, a tall wa# J tanned amending the act to aid vessels wrecked or disable#! iii water* contiguous to the United State* and the Dominion of Canada [It grants authority to Canadian wrecking ves-seU in distr ss, when similar authority shall have I teen given by the Canadian government to wreeki g vessels of the United Ktatra, to aid United States Teasels in distress. I Mr. linker of New York cal Itll up a bill authorizing the construction of a bridge and apjiroai’h at New York «’ity anoa#, the Hud-son river, and to establish Ruch bridge as a military anil jsist road. The bouse then j*r«e <Nsed#*d to tile c#>iihideration of the Idaho admission bill. Mr. Doney of Nebra.-'-a iii charge of the bill, ojieii#*#! the delate w ith a s|j#*#*#*h in its favor. He sketched tie- j*r«*grea» of the people of Idaho since the format iou of the territory in I**fi2 The only ojifjosiHon to th#* admission of the new state, he -ald, tame from the Mormons. They prof -ted against the provisions of the constitution which «ii«-franchised biganii-t- and polygamists, and persons w ho are memb rs of any association which eiMsiurag#*- bigamy, Mr. Mausur of Missouri dis#*!ainie#i sympathy with polygamy, but he #*ritici#e#l the cou-titutional provisioii disfranchising the Mormon. The reason for disfranchising, he said, was that the Idaho Mormons v«it#sl the Democratic ticket He criticised the anti-Mormon jirovision ni«».-t strenuously on the ground that it did not require conviction as x pnxvslciit t#* diMpialiiicat iou. Mr. Du bid* of Idaho made a strong ap|#*al for the jw.—age of the bill. He said he trusted ti tat no {tartlean-hip woul#i influence the judgment of inemtsu's iii this matter. Partisanship had l<e#*n ignored in th** territory. He saki the minority of the committee was anxious to iin|#>-H upnn the new state the hardship of having bigamists aud polygamist* among her voters. Give Idaho statehood, under h#*r constitution, he said. and Morin* >n qu«»sti*m would soon la* an issue of the j»ast Mr. Smith of Arizona criticised the committee on territories for failure to rejsirt a bill for th#* admifwion of Arizona. That ter-ritory, he sui*!, had every qualification for statehood js»ss**.-.-e*i by Montana, Ihikota or ll ash ington, but the bill for her admission lied Us'ii smothered in c#aumittee, simply lss-aits#* she hail seen fit to send a Demia rat to #N ingress. Mr. Chifiman the admission the jirojKieeti constitution <if Idaho as an in-I ration of    sacred in*)ividt>al    and    religion* right-. Pending further #iel»at#*.    the bill    ! went #>ver until t*e#lay. A t ill wa* jKi.sse#l f«>r the ere#*tioii of a shoj; , at the national armory, Hjiringfleld, Ma>«., [ at a *>»st    of $210,000, atid    the    house ail-    j |ou rued. IN THE SENATE. Warrington, Aj»ril8.—The senate y#*ster-d*y b*»gan    the discussion of    the    Montana ehs-t ion •iimvs. Mr. Kdnuind.-. from the judiciary committee, reputed flack the anti-trust bill iii the form ut a -ub-titute, and said that there wa> one *«s*tion in the bill as rejs*rted which he thought went further titan it ought to go. Owing to a little necessity of health, he w«hi1#1 probably not be in town when the matter would be taken up, but some other mein her of the committee would take <-harge of it. Mr. Vest san! that he thought the sectiou alluded to (section ?I did not go far enough. Sir. George th*night the bill a g#x»#l #>ne so far tis it went, I nit Im* said he would offer wane amendment- to it. Mr. Poke -aid he did not like the form of section 7. Mr F-dmunds gave notice that the matter would lie taken uj» so soon as the election matter had I teen dispo cd of. On motion of Mr. Hale, after some debate, it was ugr#-<sl (82 to 2o» that, beginning Monday next, the senate will meet at noon. ’Hie conference report on the urgent deficiency bill was presented and agreed to. The house i*iced*w from its disagreement to t he senate amcudm**nt,as to irrigation surveys, with a proviso that no jiart of the amount shall be exjieuded i i -inking wells or in the construction of irrigation works, and that the government -hall not lie committed to any plan of irrigation. The senate then proceeded to the oonsi#lera-tion of the Montana ele#*ti*>n case—-the majority rejsirt being in favor of Wilbur F. Sanders and Thomas Po#cr, and the minority tieing in favor of William Clark and Martin Maginnisa. Mr. II*>ar stated the case on the jiart of th** majority of the committee — the wb< I matter turning up on the question whether the delegatee *>f one set, who voted with the twenty-five Republican delegatee for Sanders and Power, were legally elected from the county of Silver Bo a , or w het her the others, who vote#! with the twenty-four Democrats for Clark ami Maginmss, were legally elected delegatee. Mr. Gray (representing the minority of the committee on privileges ami election*) rum Ie a statement in sujqsirt of the claim that Messrs. Clark and Magmniss are entitled to be seated as senators from Montana. Ile commented u)*>u the finding of the canvassing bfiani of Montana which de#dares that no ab-strartof voters had l*een received fnan Silver Bowccwnty; that they had “exhausted tile authority given to them by the statute in <*n-deavoring to obtain it; and it, therefore, lire came their duty to ascertain an I d«*clare*l it “from the best sources of informatio obtainable" anti he argued that the canvasers had no authority to act on any information obtains! from any source other than the election of officers of the county, #ledaring that he had never known such a bold and flagrant act of usurpation and that the members of the canvassing boar#! of Montana (the governor, chief just us* and secretary of the territory) should have been w hijijied at the cart-tail in every country tow ii iii the territority. The title to a yellow dog, he said, should not be decideil in such a statement; much less the title to a seat in the Uuited Stat#** senate. Mr. Gray yielded the floor, without concluding his argument, and Mr. Evarts offered a resolution declaring that the senate had beard w ith d«*ep sensibility the announcement of the death of Hon. David Wilber, late a representative from the state of New York, aud concurring in the resolution of j th* house of representative* for the appoint ment of a joint sel»ct <*ouimittee to luke orders for attending the funeral The resolution was adopted. Henators fltaoock, Squire and Kenua were apjsnnted the committee on the jiart of the senate and as n further mark of reject the senate, at 4:50 p. in . adjourned. MILLS CLOSED DOWN. <>r Rhodes A    II rot her*,    Mann fart ii rem of Textile Goods, As»tgii. Phii.adelpaia, April S.- Rhode* A Brea., owner* ami ojierator* of th** Aston. Knows too and West Branch mills in Aston t «n-ship. I Ma ware county, manufacturing doeskins, shirtings, dom* its and jeans, aud em-jiloying 1,013* |arsons, made an assignment yester#lay to the Delaware County Trust company. John Rhodes, who sinew 1881 ha* Iren jiractically the sole proprietor of the plant, attributes the failure to general shrinkage iii the value of all textile fabric*, and to Lack of a market for manufacture#! stock, of w Inch a large amount is 1 ow stored up. No statement was published, but the asaet* are large, and it i- believed that if reasonable terms are made by creditors the com*ern w ill ultimately resum# business. ivtmuHl Rh#des, who wa* bought out by John in 18S1, hold* judgment note* to the extent of $55,000 and other judgments amounting to $40,000 were made prior to the assignment. j he <’ne*lit of the house has been of the highest grade and John Rhodes was regard#^! as the h ading business man of the county. I he failure therefore muses much surjirise. The mills and the 300 dwellings of the em- uloves cover 2»*» acres of ground*, and, in 'act, comprhe the w hole settlement of Aston. The agents iii I hiladelpbia ami New York through wh#»m the jirotluets of the mills were marketed were Chapman A Martin. LATER REPORTS Of the Damage Done by the Eyelone in Illinois ami Kentucky. Ut Loi ik, April 8.— Rejmrt* from the tor-ua*lo swept region #*f Soutliern Illinois and Kentucky say that fifteen families in the Bay bottom* near Golconda. III., were render***! humelt** ud most of their members injured. The storm literally swept growing wheat from the ground. Ten dwelling* were utterly wreck#*I and ail Isons and other outhouses destroy#**!. Several hundred of cattle were scattered, and must of them are known lo hn\ e lasui killed. Iii Livingston county, Ky., *lire#*tly ac rom the ( fiiio river from Gohvnda, Jacob Schwab ha#! his farm h#uise blown away; his barns and threshing machine wrecked ami washim-w*lf carne.! 2»*1 fe >t and dash*sl agairst a tire md kill**#! distantly. Th** hon-* of William P#*!i was birn to j»ie#*es; his furniture blown into the river five miles away; his tmrn d«e omiished; stock killed, anil of his family of five every one had an arni *»r leg broken or was otiierwise injured Eli Bobhett and family were at sup)cr mid though his house was carri#*d ae ay and «lemoli^h*si no #iu#‘ w as hurt Ss >ine of the dishes on t he sujjper table wen found on the other sideof the Ohio river. A Ne#*- York Firm Assigns. New York, April 3.- F. R. Townsend A Co., ctricumission warden merchants at No. 78 \Y*»rtb strret, have made an alignment to James F. Young of f'hiladeljihia. giving preferences to John ami James Dobson of I’hikuiciphia for $42,660. The firm ctmsista of Frederick R. Town***nil. William M. Richard#. Jr., and Charles H. Wade. Tile liabilities ami assets are unknown. The failure is attributed to the succession of warm winters ami th** consequent dcpre**iou in trade and also mill investment*. The aa-signre say* the outksik is very favorable for the ere#!itor*. From anotb**r sour**® it wa* learned that Mr. Townsend is an officer in a mill w hich ha# or is alout to go into the hamls or a receiver. Tile firm #>f F. R. Towiwnd (V Un. was rated at {Min s Commercial agency at from $125,000 to $201*,OOO. I be Overflowed Levee*. New Orleans, April 8.—. uutington ha* l(#s*n completely almmioued by it* 500 iu-habitants, als*ut half of w hom, with some of their st »ck, are crowded together on the levee, suffering from exposure, sickness ami destitution The others are living more comfortably in lx>x caiw. Many homes have floated away. Home 1,500 residents of the neighborhood are also crowded tij»on the levees *»r have fled to the highlands. A similar condition of affair* prevails in nearly all the country around the break. The back-wat#M- is spreading far into the interitir. The Skipwith break inereaseti Tuesday to 750 feet. the Veta crevasse to 1,100 an*! other* in I import i< hi. Ibe situation below R#h1 river i>. much improve#!, but lietween that jioint ami Helena the outlook is very gloomy. President Diaz’s Message City or Mexico, April 3,—President Diaz, in hi- rn*-sage to congress w hich assembled Tuesday evening, said that go#*! effc#’t«are ex#* t I to follow the American c*>nfercnce and the maritime conference at Washington. He referee#! to the apiology of the Unite#! State* for Consul Mizner’* slighting remarks in (Vista Rica. He said that the United Stet*# bn* pr mused to consider the protest of Mexico against bringing Apache prisoner* uear th#* frontler. The Washington government lias refusal to consider the ac#juisition of Lower California. The last installment of the A bra Md lls claims was piaid to the United States in January, but jiart is expected to lie refunded ou the ground of fraud. Finance*, railroads, harbor work, etc., are stated to I** in a favorable condition. The Rtioile Island Flection. Providence, April 3.—Owing to the inauguration <if the Australian voting system, returns from Rhode Island elections will tie later delayed than usual. Full returns from fourteen towns ami eight districts, including none of the cities, give Ladd (Rep.), f«ir govern#!!’, 2,727; Davis (Dem.), 2,106. l^ast year the same districts gave I .add 1,558; Davis, 2,422. Returns from this city will ii® v®ry late.    _ Methodist Conference ut ltinghHmt«in. Binghamton, N Y., April 3L—The Wyoming confer# m e of t e Methodist Kjiiscojinl church Ie''n ti her® yesterday, with Bi-hop Stephen M. Merrill of Chicago, jireslding. Rev. M. 8. Hard of thin city was elected ##•<•-retary; E. B. Olnistead of Sayre., assistant secretary; Rey. J. F. Warner of Jermyn, Pa., statistic s*-#-rct>trv, and Rev. H. M McDermott of Honesdale, Pa., treasurer. To Abolish Gratis Crossing*. Boston, Aprils.—The railroad committee of the Ie ii* I a tun# have vot#sl to rej*»rt a bill for til** audition #*f gratle cr<»*siqgs, the roads to pay not less than «*5 j**r rent; the city or town not more than IO pier <vnt.. an#l the state the rest. Apportionment of the expanse is to lie made by commtattoner* ap-p#»inte#i by the supreme court. M»J. Coit Declines. Charleston, 8 C., Aj*ril 3.—Maj. James C. Coit, vv I hi wa- n#>iniuate#i for lieutenant goveni<<r bv t e funnel’s' ctinventioii last week, ha* writtem a letter to Capt. Shell, who called the convention, declining the nomination on the groutid that he cannot •upjiort Mr. Unman s platform. THEY ACCEPT TMK ISSUE. They Ara Deterniineil That the l.cegiie Mhall Not Blair Them Out at the Mart. I he #( h.MinIe ('hanged to That tl»» H#pa- luu* af Until Begin «»u the smut! Day. Other Busine**. New York. April 3.—A *|ie#dal meeting of the Player*' Bn-flu ll league was held at the Fifth A venue hot#*l j-esterday to «iiscus* generally the outl#x»k for the coining season ami to provide for the smv**#* of the Brotherhood movement. The meeting watt called to order shortly after noon Antling the early arrivals were M**s#r* Hart amt Kelly from Breton, \'anderalire ami Wood from rhiludclphia. Shire ami White from Buffalo, and Secretary Brunell. The mtvting jirov#*i to be harmonious. The opening dates were changed so that the seasons of both the National league and the Player* league w til ope ti on the same #lay— Ajiril 19. 'J his action of the Brotherhood in selecting the same tijiening day as the Na tional league makes the fight more agressive than ever aud *'ffo# tually silent-#*# the Na tional J ss q <U« who w#>re confident that the Players were ai rani to (lash with them in their dates. The «{uestion *if taking lw«*k d«<#ert«*rs from th#* Brotherhotid wa* settle#! without much argument. It was #l»*’ide#l that Mulvey, Beckley ami Delehanty lie reinstated under a reeolution requiring a utianimous vote of the b*ard of directors bu’ such a parjx*##*. The case iif Johu T. Pickett, the shortstop of the F>hilad«dphia Players’ club, wh*ise ser-\ic**b ai*’ claimed by the Kansas 1'ity club of the American association under the reserve nil* clause, was taken tipi and settled. It was <leci»lc#i to allow Mr. Ifickett to stay with the Brotherhood. A ITI# ta lits from that jdayer were produced Lo .-Low that he ha#! returned the advance money, $200, given him by the Kansas City club and obtain#*! a retvipt for it. The action * if the Cleveland convention in allowing to each club 2 jer cent, of all the tu kets issued as complimentarity was reverse#! anil the figure increase#! to 3 jier #,ent. Daring the season #-a*-h club will Ie known by a Rag as wt-ll as bv a uniform. Mach club will Ie provitied with eight Hug- and tin the ■lay of a game its own flag w ill fly from the flagstaff with that * if the visiting team. ’Hie league also adopted resolution* j»er-mitting the chills to give exhibition gam#*# lietween themselves jirior to the ojtelling of the championship reason. This pie emission is only for the present season, No exhibition games will lie allow#*#! on Sunday The reinvention then a#ljoumed after passing resolution* of thanks to Judges Howland ami Bacon of New York and Moore and Van-dershre of Pliila#Ie}phia f«ir their work in the recent l#*gal difiicultb-s lietween the National league and the Brotherhood. After the meeting adjourned the umjiiree assembled and tils#’!!-.-#*! with Secretary Brum-11 the playnng rules and their pmqier interpretation. Thnae jirrsent were Bob Fergus#*. ##f Brooklyn, James Gaffney of VY or#-ester. ('hark** Jones ami William filbert of New York, Bobby Matthew - of Phila-delpdiia, R**s- Barnes of Chicago, TLmmas Gunning of Philadelphia and Altaian Knight •if New Y«»rk. ('olumhii" Has«-l* ill ll#low Ear. Columbus, O , April JI- The rumor* of the sale of the Uolumbus Baseball club to Jn-tliauajiolis or Detroit are still going the round*. The latest one is to the effect that the Humbly games are to lie KtopijMs! here and that no monev can tie ma#le without them, and that the team has b****u w#iakene#1 so l#a«ily by the loss of Baldwin. Ort and Dqilv, that it is not much stronger than a minor l**ague club and will not draw the crowds (luring the week that it did last year. While there is cousideruble talk #»f stopping the Huixlay games, nothing definite can lie k-amed just now, but it is evident that the directors are uneasy, from th#- fact that they are fltMsling the city council aud others in authority with complimentary season tickets. The club it# making such a jrf*or showing in the exhibi-tkm aerie* that the fieople are bmxning disgusted ami it i* bani to tell w hat the outcome w ill be unless it is greatly strengthen®*!. WITH THE RUNNERS. Washington Knees. WAWH1NGTON, April 3.—The second day of the racing here yest*-r#iav lwminded one of the racing in it* jialmi.-st day* at the capital. The grand staml, lawn and betting ring were jiackt-d, while the in-fielti was lined wnh «-ar-riuges. The track was still very rough, but if the fine vettiier continua it will surely be fa-t by the end of th#- w*s*k. Result*: First rare, jiurse, ti furlong*: Parthian first, Hail Jose s#*#-(*nd. Gyjisy King thin!; time, 1:19;. Second race, purse, 6 furlongs: Pall Mall first, Little Kila second, Faustina third; time, 1:18%. Thin! race, purse, % mile: Kittie T first, Helen Wallace second, Margherita third; time, 51%. Fourth rare, 1H miles:    Prather first, FreoU Ward second, Iceberg third; time, 2.01%. ruth race, I mile: Manhattan first, Carrie G second, N#<t Guilty third; time, 1:49. ( lift nu lea.#-*#. Chirr*in, N. J., Ajiril 3.—There wa* a large crow#! h#*re yesterday, and *#inie excellent racing was witnemed. The track was in go#si condition. II*-suite: First rare, JHI me, & furlongs: Chnjtman first, Golden It#si second, Thetslora third; time, 1:04%. Hecond ra#-e, jiurse, 7% furlongs: St. Mary first, Linguist sereml, l>ady Archer thir«l; time, 1:48%. Thiril ra#-®, jiurse, 6% furlongs:    Roniji Iiemon Blossom second. liairs|iring third; time, 1:25%. F'*iirth race, th## Cambridge handicap, I mile: Glory aud Fah-oti ran a dead h**at f*ir first place; Gie^-ikli third; time, 1:43%. Falcon wou th® r n off in 1:44%. Fifth ra«v, mile:    Lizzie first, Knola recotel, Florcms* third; time, 52%. Sixth ra#e, 6 furlongs:    Fordam first, Rafter se*s»mlt Harrison third; time, 1:17%. New Orleans Its*#-##. New Orleans. April 3.— First rare, 6 fur-l*in^-: Carlton first, Lida L. second. Nosegay third; time, 1:15%. Sec#m#i race, 6 furlongs: Crisjiin#i first, UIL I.-chiel -e#-#md, Reganlless third; time, 14)4. Third race, 7 furl#tugs: Lady Blackburn first. Harvester se#-md. Hart lee third; time, 1:30%. Fourth rare, I mile; McMurtry firat. Macau ley aeron#I, Zeke Har#ly third: time, 1:43%. Kilted by A#-«-i#tent. Wilkes Barre, Pa., April 3. —At Duryee a quarrel occurred between John Pi-yor and J#/hn Lutz. During the prioress of the fight a sh it w as fired, which struck Hugh Graham, killing bim instantly. Pryor and But* are in jail. THE BROTHERHOOD WILL MAKE A LONG AND BITTER FIGHT. EKXE STOKE NEW- ARRIVALS Boys’ and Indies' Flannelette Blouses. New lot Ladies' 0\>r8**t Covers, only ‘25 cents New lot of the popular Madonna Cotton. New Lot Table Oil (’loth, only ‘23 ct*, per yard. New Self-riding Horses. New l«»t of the celebrated Ferris Corsets and Waists, for Lullies, Misses and Children. Call and sc#-them. New lot Men s and Boys’ Flannellote Shirts, only 37 cents. New lot Men’s and Boys’ Neckties, only *23 cents. Children’s School Slates. 'I Im* game of Nelly Blv Around the W orld, only 3X cts. IU IX I EJ STORR SPECIAL AN NOU NCEM ENI N’OW is'th#- tim#* for prattling your trc-#-s, .md •    i it #    .    -I,. i •    ■. i 11 !. i, parks ami liiw’ns. Let it l*ti thine by an exper-I# need gar’li-ner, a# #1 then call for Van«l< r-uumten Anither’*, corner bagle aud Seventh street*. Next month we get the Anent and rarest rn*#-* in huiitJreite VMri#*l;^•- fr#>m lloilau<t. N <-e wt-eping rose for fun<‘ral plan anil malty new -hruh* anil tre#**. Oriler nome *«if tlieiii which we will sell so cheap that you must buy »otne of them. # I ODD A KT A CO., Patent Attorneys, $15 7th * St, Washington, D ( .opp I S latent of-il#*e Paten La, ( avcat* and Ile Issue* H«-#ur«*<f Tratle Marks i-egi*t#*re#l All Patent httaine** i-iiiuliicie#! for in«*#lerate Kt-ns. Informatioti, Advice aud •‘pecutl reference* sent un re# j nest. t« A ’ MONTH can tie made working for us Perzotw preferred who # an furnish at horse aud giv«- their whole time to the huron# spar#- moments may t*e protit-ably employed also. A tew va* an* ie* in town* andci’ies. It. K. JOHNSON A CO., ttn»> Main St., Hichmond, V a. I 'OK SALE —A tract of laud in Marion coun-1 l> , Florida, in tic plio-pliat#* I•#**#. Large or amati quantiiii* to suit pur# hare ut Th#* section is grow I ii it more raoidly lhau any «*th-er part til the state, mill* an#! hotel* are la'iug Inuit amir (lr#i*i#te |iroje#t#’#t., A g#*###l money m <kmg * iiive*tmei t. Charles .Maim, Lim Park, Rochester, N. Y. ROOMS TO RENT! In the Merchants Bank Building. Inquire of tf    .Ia#’oh    Wirtner or Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line <>f Af\ ITH    !    f Overcoits and Trou:e:icg; K«jual to Buy in tin* city, anc prices that will jmy you to sec him befoie ^'purcbasing. ss LADIES! If you wnnt an easy and comfortable shoe. with a heavy sole. one I hut w ill keep your feet dry and warm. <41 t a pair of L>. Arinslroug A f'o’s Hand Welt, commot! sense shoes. They will please you.- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. Buffalo, N. V. W c linv’t* f req lien t requests by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we I leg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or flouncing*, also what width and some idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to nom* in the country and superior to any in Buffalo. File money value we offer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from f of an inch to IM inches wide iii cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Mat died sets in different vv i< Mis of edging and insertion on all d esirablc kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing!* in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at dc, 10c, !2Jc, 15c and 25c per yard. Adam, MELDRUM A ANDKRaom. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are of f( ring*great bargains. Then never was a time when you couldjtrade here more advantageously. Ad am, Meldrum &. Anderson DRY GOODS, C arpets and Draperies, H#Mili»|ati<) Stattou®ry, AMERICAN HIO# K, MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer anil Importer, 304 >1 AIN HT., Ill’ FFA LO, N.J V DKALEH IM Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, < l#«-k», silv#‘i ware, Leather tom#!*, **te. KSU RA Vt NU, GOLD <f HIL IKR PLA TIN A COMPLETE LINK OK NOLI DA Y GOODS #*M*4 MAIN ST UK KT, Opp**®lr Iroqnoi* Hotel. $500 rewardI WK will jiay the above rewar«l tor any ran® •if Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick !lea#lache, Indieention, ( on* ti paten# or Conti vene#** we cannot cure with Wcst’* Vegetable Liver Pill*, win n the direction* are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, ami never fall to give «*ati»fa< tion. Sugar Coated. Large box®*, containing SO PUI*. 36 event*#. Beware of counterfeit*, arni imitation*. Th® genuine manu-facure#! only bv JOHN C. W EST A CO. Sold by Monroe’* Pharmacy. D kirk, N. Y, OO iou# LAMP CHIMNEYS »»«# YOU CET THE’WRONC*80RT; THE RICHT ONES ..".LuoPEARL TOP™« Made only by GEO. A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH. PA.Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;