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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOT- XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y . TI" KS DAY. APRIL 15. 1890. NO. 52. B It EP It KS ENT J TI VE USINESS HOUSES VR FROM WASHINGTON. PLUMBS NEW BILL TO EXPAND THE CIRCULATION. RAILROADS AT WAR. A CORPSE IN A CASK. OF DUNKIRK AWK W KITLING MACHINE fur ruling all kind* of blank* la the latent *<iditior to be Mechanical Depart men t of I Min kirk} Prtii ti ngf<'‘>in pan r. a LRXANORK'H Coal am! Wood Yard. TW A Ontral Avenue, oniwviite Nickel Plate J«l*o| AH grade* of Hard and Ho ft Coal, W.H»d| Lu inlier, Shingle* and Lath. Free teliv r Corroapondenoe for wboleaale lot# vol un ted. HK. OimiRI), ret and ret Central Are • Artistic Photographer. Inntantaneoiifc Photograph* of Babies a *|iectalty. Hitter* need not wad for •unshine except tot baht#* I .(MIK HIN'DF.KY—J AMICI IRV I ft (J, Pru-I P pnetor, No. 16 E. Second street. near Buffalo street, Iluuklrk, N. Y. Maga/itu*#, Mu lie. Pamphlet*, etc., bound in all style*. Order* prom pf I) attended to. All work guaranteed. (J IU ll KICH CRtKKEHV HOU HK, Central Avenue. Ii Wholesale and retail dealer in In ported aud j .Hraiestic China, Cia**ware, A* . IU A I TA I VII A HOTEL lea tea, Al |wr day. i very and Boarding Stable in connection Victor Bider, 3SA and 337 Lion street. M i. / UTA ll A Kit Kit MUOI' y    Chaa.    Nagle, Prop. Under Lake Shore National Bauk, cornet Center and Third a tree ta. A fine stock ut ; Foreign ami Domestic Cigars. / ION KLIN St HON, VZ    S3n    Center alreet. Practical horae-shoera. (‘articular attention I paid to interfering hoi aes. Shoeing uf roa<t > aaa trotting horses a specialty. I) I) I NKI KU KT KXI NO OHHEKVKK. La r gen I Dally in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. UNKIKK KNUINKEKlNtt COMPANY. Formerly Seliew A Topple. lager*. RHI ah ti n ga, aud Mac ill Ile Work loonier. Manufacturer* of Unglue*, Boiler*. Pulleya ! lafting llangern. etc. Patterns, Forgings. vt SHUCK SHI KT CO., 203, Joft amt HT, J Center street, .Manufacturers of tin Cromwell” and ‘‘Dunkirk*’ perfect - tit tm* rcns Shirts, on salt iii all leading furnishing, othing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. v F. TOOM FT, J ,    AK    and 486 Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, - alt. Baled Hay, Phoe hales, etc. Fhtablished, 1*77. • HIF, HOTEL and timing Saloon, Union Ti Depot. Ka*) MMM to all trains and bu* meas Houses. Best accommodation* for Com I inercial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. (^■UEIUI A to., Ti    97    aud    tai K Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up-aolsteriiig. Picture F rames made to order. D. MATTESON Ai CO., 301 Central Ave., ladders of Fashion and Gentlemen Out title r*. | | AFIFI.I. STEAM ll FATINO CO., Manufacturers of Steam lleatiug Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. OME STEAM I.AUN DKT. ur specialties:    Fine    Shuts, US'; Collars. Ae; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Delivery. A VV. Cumming*, 2o7 Center street. |j It. OEHM. F. I bird st, cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in F'lnc Boot* A Shoes I EN KT ?V FI LEICH N FAV MTO KE, 103 K , Third st. Books, stationery, Musical In-rumen ti, Mag a/.im -,Gilly audW'teklv Paper* it everything pertai^uK lo a first class link jre. Hchoo. Bouk* a^^nalty. ult I’HINTIXi id con description and al lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud lo FL Second St I IC VAN IU KFN A HON, FII* l ife J Ac- I-lent and General Insurant* Deairs in Real F.slate aud Loans. Tsr.iculai tleuti-'ii paid to I he care of property collect ig rents Ac. 219 Center st., 2nd door. ON KOACH PHARMACY, not* ventral Avenue Headquarters for Wall l*a|»er Pa.to .Oils, Ac. nrUKINs, J. W„ A.    2<J9 Center all eel. Manufacturer and dealer in Hat ness.Saddles, Bridles, Collar*. Trunks.XX hips. Buffalo Robes, HorseC-'icr* Cloves Milieus and Sleigh Robes. I > sc iii iii iv I .    17 Fast Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on me I adore purchasing elsewhere. Ha Points Oat Oraat Defects la I Ha Present Ny ate as af Flsasoa and offer* a Ko to adv far Then* — Resolutions la Kaferaaca ta ffaagrassnsaa Kssdsll'i Daath—-Csueas Ceaiaittee Meeting*. W a*hi NOTO ar, April 15.—In the senate yesterday the chaplain, Dr. Butler, in his bisapening prayer, alluded tenderly lo the death of Mr Randall and invoked divine blessing and comfort on his bereaved family. Mr Plumb introduced a bill intended to ex (Mind th# circulation, which wa* referred to the ti na me com ut Ute*. Th# bill provide* Uiat the money requ red to ba desalted fur the redemption af Ute national I lank cl nu la-Lion shall be cM«i*d into tike treasury and treated os fund* available far the reduction of the public debt ami for the current expense* of the government; that all funds held for the payment of the matured debt and interest due, and unpaid, shall ba similarly treated, and t oat hereafter ae fund* available ab»v« the sum of 110,«NM»,flfMl shall bu retain**! in the treasury Thin is nut to be roust rued, however, as permanentJy diminishing the fund ut $ lim,BUU,inst now held for the rw den if Pi. *n of treasury notes He said that there was lews than seven I indeed millions of dollars uf circulation for the usa of the H5.Cinu,000 of the United States —probably not more than Uh per capita. Til# system of ti run ne ti.at hail been Inuit up aud maintained and brought about the result, hail it# merits and it hod its great defects One of the great--A of tin**# defects was the oornpulaory hohliug in tis* treasury of that very large sum of money—on the theory that it wa* needful (a theory confuted by every known fact} and un the further theory that the secretary of the treasury was to la* the arbiter uf the financial questions of the |(Copia It had liven stated iii the public reports thai in pur-uauc# of his policy of controlling the tbiancc* of tie* country the secretary of the treasury bm I contracted t be currency during the mouth of February over $11 i,i nu 1,0 Kl Mi. Plumb believed tiiat that retention of money in the treasury ami that a.wmniptjou un the pat t of the *erT#tarjr to do what might have been unee proper, but which now i-omtitutei a menace to tire business of the country, ought to Is* prohibited by law. From every quarter there was abundant av idem*# that the pub ic needed money for the transaction of it* business, aul that this money in t lie treasury should lie disbursed For nil useful purpose* »t might aa well It# in the bottom of the sea as in the treasury. The busine** of the country w an languishing. New enterprises were withheld old enterprise*! were struggling to keep on their feet. And there wa* dread and terror and apprehension where there ought to 1»# hopefulness, helpfulness ami enterprise. Tins condition of thing" would continua until the remedy wa* attained, and that remedy could oulv come bv legislation be -mise legislation, eoin-bm»ti*w'ith executive action, had brought the country to where it is, Mr Hoar said Mutt Ins noti«*e alinit the Montana case would be applicable to-day. The message from the I OU** announcing the death of Mr. Randall mid the appoint-nient of a committee to attern! hi* funeral having been presented aud read, Mr. Cameron rose aud in a voice tremulous w ith emotion, aalii: “Mr. President ‘'be announcement Just made of tie* death of my dietin^ulsheil colleague, Mr. Randall, will produce siu<*ere sorrow in the heart of every member of tin* senate, ii re-} mot ive of [*artx I offer the following i evolutions”: K-wo!vwi. That the "enate ha* heard with deep r-gret sad profound sorrow the announcement of t a death of th** Hon, Samuel Jackson Randall, represent*tiv«- from the state of Pennsylvania Renoir in I, That the senate con^ii'w in the reno lute>n of the hon-e of representatives for the appointment of a cml" 'tee t > atten t the funeral of th* decease I. an t itiat a coin .tie** of five ob the part of the wiuu.1 tie app**inted t>y the pre- i irot. Tho resolutions were agreed to. ami Senators Quay, Allison, I Hsaes. Voorhe** ami Bunt!* were appointed (ne committee on the (■art of the senate, and ai a further mark of iv >| i*<t to Mc. Ramin iii memory the senate thru adjourned UU to-day. THE CAUCUS COMMITTEES. Th# K*sdl*t Sue# th* Po nosy Ivsala Far a rauollattMi of Contract. Fffll.AOCimiA, A{*ril 15.-Buit was hegiai yesterday by Ilia Philadelphia and Reading Railroad company against th# Pennsylvania Railroad oonqiauy by tiling agnm*t the latter a bill in equity im which Alda.# K. VValker of Uhi<ag<», hairmac of th# Intent vt# Rail way association. is named as codefendant By this action tim Reading eompany seeks to Co in [sd til# Perimiylvania road to surrender fur < *ai i eel lain >n an agreement made by them two conn •an ic* in reference to a division u# coal traffic, to vcurv a do to# declaring th# agreement v« id and to restrain Mr. Walker from making a transfer under the agreement. By tit# agreement in consideration tim! th«* Pennsylvania would not antagonise the Reading the latter w*" to supply ie the Pommyivania and Schuylkill Valley railroad I .(HG,0<MI tons of anthracite traffic annually for ten year*. < hi Iv tKNi.060 Uh is have I wen so supplied The Pell ti-y lvania claims damage* and appointed Mr. Walker to arbitrate th* ua#e The Reading wus #"ked ta ap|i>ml an arbiter, sh') with Mr, Walker would clio*sat a third This the Reading ref Used to do, and to stop the arb:irat icm hegaa Ilia suit ii* mod Tiler# ara in ny difference* between the two railroad compone*, and th# litigation will probably d**v. lop some interesting testimony. At the oili'-w o| til# Pennsylvania Railroaul company it wa* stated that th# Peiinsyl van la had live ! up to the agreement ia food faith VV hen the H ailing in th# hands of a re ceiver arid the kelp of hanking house* wa* needed to affect a reorganization, the Penult lvnma wa* a I (pen lei! to, to preserve harmony, aud it was only by reason of th# help ax ten iii bv the Pennsylvania that ilia support of banking bon* « was obtained for the Reading reorganization. Now that the Reading is on it* feel again it feels uiora aide pendent. WAITING FOR THE EARTHQUAKE. HORRIBLE DISCLOSURE AT THE NEW YORK CUSTOM HOUSE. Hie <>« 11 lorn Im “ Doom Healer* ” Watch-lug UU llich (iround. Han Fkaxciwx>, April 15.—According to the prop! e< v of Mrs. Woodwortll, George Klick-on and several other revivalist*, who created coushieruble excitement in Oakland some time airo, yesterday was the day on which San Francisco and Oakland were to be destroyed f»y earthquake ami tidal wave, and the cities of C’hioago and Milwaukee were also to mfTer the aa me calamity. There , have b-en no imlicatKMi* of any convulsion af nature here. but the “doom waler*," as they have hero termed, evidently held their faith in tl»e ]»ropli«s>v tip to the last moment. Sever*] hundred |»*rsons who attended Mrs Woodworth and beoama la*lieven» in her prediction" of destruction have Iwro leaving Oakland for high ground during the past ! week or two, and yesterday they were an camped ou the bill* near Santa Rosa. St. IL Iona and Vi* aville. Ii - Ming religious ver-Vi. e, and waiting for the new* of deatruc-I tiro. large st .* re ti Factory ltarneil. { Dks Moi NEH, la. Apii! 15.—Gill airt’* im-| men*# fiv< story vtarch factory at Ch**ter-llctd. mHitb'*a"t of the city, wa* destroyed by fire. It started in some shaving* in the box i factory jud rost of th# big brick building, t un! quickly spread to the boiler room, where it burned off the h r-# aud effectually prevented any effort at gtopping the flame*. The tire quickly bilk hold of the factory, and in Us*, thnu mu hour the building wa* in No live* w ere lost. The fire department was summoned but coaid do nothing to chock the conflagration. The low on th* budding, machinery and contents is probably nSoo,U0u, a d the msurauoa altout $300,000. The projierty was turned ut er to the starch trust a few days ago The factory employed 112 men and alinit as many more children. 1 It w ill no doubt Iw rebuilt K It. CARY A CO., 338 Lion street. enc rn I Hardwrare.NN hue I .cad,Oil* Painter’* ipliea, oil Cloth*. Grasi to Ware. A *}*ecial-fgherwia William* Pa.ntand Monroe range. ULI NG. sue Ii a* blank-book*, ledger*, and all kind*of blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IO E. Second Ht DOI.I' ll MOLDEN ll AC EK, Cor. Thirtl and Buffalo s. » , aler in Granite, Marble, t dging and ling Stone. Call on mc I < to re buyiux Bide-walk. HLF.Y m co., 7 ami ii Float Front attoiet. Whisky, Wine*. Brandle*. O-M.eral Liquor Store f<ir Family Cue. IlitCHT WKAY, Lion street, near the lie pot, arling, sale, Fetal and Livery Stable ling by the day or week ou reaaonabb- Tbey RIMM the Hitter q lotmn la Advance af the .Dont Meeting. VV ashinutoh. April 15. Secretary Witi-doiu and Director liiH*h of tile mint bureau bad a ccnfereno* with the house    coni mitUai nu the silver question. Th# chance* of a veto of any bid that would not meet tho president's stated views were discussed, and it wa* agreed that caution should lie maintained iii prerientmg a } da ti for the "ettlemrot of the question to th# house. There nae an alimwt general expression of O}iinion iii favor of clinging to the line* of the house bill with a concession to the silver men. providing for the purchase of bullion certificates in lawful motley or ooiu at the option of the secretary of the treasury. The senate caucus committee devoted the cut ire afternoou to the discus*i<Hi of tile "liver question. The stand of the house committee wa* discuswil, and there w as nome talk of conceding certain point* to them, but when the meeting adjourned it wa." wnh the undeiwtanding that the senate bill should lie insisted on when the joint house and senate caucus committee* meet to-day to endeavor to affect some coni}*! omls*. LM J. GIFFORD, JOI Central Ave. ti J stairs), General Insurance and Ueal RsUte* pot- F ire. Lite, Accident, and Live Htock uranee. Prouipi attenUou ga an to buying selling Real I Hate' C. JOMES. 75 E. Thin! st., cor Deer, xrolsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an.! iked Meats. Laid, Sausages, Oyster* ana Itry. A UEN, JEWELRY, AU. luy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialty, f rauk F. Maid, S3 K. Third st MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, XI* Ontral Avenue R PROFESSIONAL. T. ROLPH, M. I)., Physician and Surgeon Office over LyCn’s Drug Store. Residence,Central Avenue Telephone No. ». Call* may be left at Lvon's. Aldermen Ckargetl With Hrihary. Minneapolih, April LY—The grand jury after two week* investigate>n of the aldermanic boodle charge*, ha* issued (tench war-iwnt* for the arrest of Aldermen John T. McOowwu ami Kiwi Biowhabler of the F'irst ward and City Clerk Ctiarle* F Haney. The charge* are hrilwry ro attempted briber^. The aldermen ar* accused of eoftei ting money for th# va -ation of a street and th# city clerk is alleged to have offered a Chicago company to deliver twenty-live aldermanic vote* for an asphalt [laving contract if he wa* paid $7,000    _ Working the Itlark-Ltst Nkw Haven. Conn., April 15.—Certain dry goods concern* here will attempt to form I combination to govern tim.employment of alerts. They pro}*ww to $npk)j ne clerk who. for any cause whatever, has teen discharged from any city dry go-ii." bouse A female clerk recently discharged by F. M Blown & Co., because ake had been previously dismiHeed by Will tom Neely A Co., will proliably bring suit against the latter Arm. Dtrtirk by Lightning. Chawford#*vimc, Ind., April 15 —A terrific thunder and wind storm pre\ailed at Darlington Sunday light. Tie Vandalia {wtsaeiiger and freight tie}nta, John Moral barn, containing six baiaied Belgian stallions, the schted house and John Rue's dry gmite stop* w**ra ail struck bv lightning and burned to th# gnmnd. A Ult .liiilcinfni Kf iiJrred. Washington, April LY— In th# court of claims yesterday Judge Richardson delivered the opinion ou the claim of ('barie* H. How'll, pa-Mii a - '.taut engineer rn the navy, for longevity [ny The claim arose from a difference in the dates of the officer's exannna-.ion for promotion aiel the creation of a va-•aury for him. The court decided that an >t?i<*er takes rank from the limo the tow entitles bim to that rank and uot from the date of receiving hi* comm ""ion. In the present casa the examination for promotion did not take )iluc« for four \car* af’er the vacancy was created and tile ofllror was ready to la1 examined. Judgment in th# sum of $.531,(NXl was render**! for th** claimant. New York Presbyterians. Nkw York, \pril LY- The New York Presbytery met in annual "**s."ion yesterday. Moderator Sa < pie |»resid*«d. Jesse K. Forbes wa* elected iu -L*rut<ir f«»r the ensuing year. \ft«*r roc*'"- def'gate* were el* tell to th# general a^M'inLlv, which meet* at Saratoga .day 15 for final action on the question of rw-rision «if the conf* ""ion of faith. All iii# lelegates elected yesterday favor rwvision. They i«ss'iv*sl from fifty-six te* ninety vote* ach, The highest vote «-ast f«»r any antirevisionist wa* fifty. Adjourned. Wreck un the I-rte. CaNIhTRO, N. Y , A|»ril 15.—A had wreck J occurred on the Ko ie rnilixiad at Adrian, I I bout four tildes of ben*. The wrack wa* I caused bv a freight train running at til* rate Jof ali*ut twenty five miles an h«Hir, crashing J into the rear of an-tiler train that waa tnndiiu "fill Th engine and twdvs loadad I - ar* of the freight train were complately I wrecked i'hu engineer mthI fireman sav#d j'ii"«rlive* by jumping; til# latter relived -light injuries ali>ut the head. lite J tit-Ii frail* Wrecked. Matt* I IN Ills., April 15 —The Juch Opera company's sjn iul train of six roach#*, from St. Lend* to Terre Haute, was wrc* ke*l in the Big Pour*’ yard" in tins eitv and delayed tao houix N ii" of Die people were injured. The engine and lir-t three baggage cars of the tram were derailed bv a misplaced witch. Tl*e engineer ami fireman jumped and es' a}is! uninjured. A New 4 ital 1 ompany. Harihsbi no, Pa., A|>ril LY—The De la >vare, Sos [ii- haniia and Schuylkill t’rol company w as allow*'■! a charter jest-‘rday, with i rai- * stork f f-fifcijMIO. This line will Ie i brut tiiirty miles, extended from Driftro, IAiaerne county, to Eckley at th*1 junction of I.u*ern<% Schuylkill aud I oiuiubta counties. kVkley B. tu* is president. Ilia Hod) of .Viler, th# Raatati Claik Wk# Wai Killed by RU Eaapiayar la Cap**-kagen. Found by th# Ayprslwr*—Frake md la a Caak af Flaiter Sine# January IS. New York, April 15.—Th* body of Miar, J th* clerk who was murdered by his #mploy#r j Phili[weri, a soap maker at Copenhagen, wa* found yesterday at th* New York ouster* bonne <sin< sn I*" I in a cask of lim* or plaster, which had arrived }ier steam-hip Thitigvalla worn* time ago. The cask had lieen nhip|ied from t'open-hngea Jan. IS, rocuugne*! to “Beresford Bro*,, Racine. Wi*." Wells, Fargo A Co. were named as th* forwarder*, ll** consigner pr* {aud th* steamship charge* and gave hi* nam# as William Smith Th* c*sk wa* said to rotitain a chemically • repared lim# plas ter On arrival her# FVL. 4 it was sent to th# appraiser'* store*, and examined by1 th* removal of the head and the scraping off for analysis of a few pounds of the content*. It aaa than re le aded and sat aside to he called for. Well*, Fargo A Co. {(aid the duty of $2 50 and wrote "Beresford Bro*." twee to raiiut bill of lading and th# cash would Ie forwarded. The wi'unJ letter wa* returned by the inst master with Ut# information that no ouch firm was known at Racine, IV oils, Fargo A Cu. than wrote “William Smith," at Copenhagen, with Ko result. When Phi Iii (sen confessed in Hamburg a tv w day* ago that he had murdered M #r ami sliip|nl th# lilly t*» America fr<>m Copenhagen th# official* of th« Thingvnlla Ktenm-hip company we ie notified, aud yesterday they cabled their New York ageuta to hi»k for a cask sh i Pl nj on tile Thiiigvaila Jan. Ll ii:# Danish ooiiiul liar* we* als** notified Th# agent*, th# conin I aiel a represent at iv* of Well*. Fargo A" Co., went to th# appraiser’* stores and bad th# cask 0)1*tied. After digging away nome of the plaster they discovered a man’* head. and finally til* whole Inly was exhumed It wa* clad in plain clothing and was well preserved. The vat iou* J** it ie* engaged in the search ut on*1* dropped the matter, no (Hie desiring to take ‘•burg# of tit# Inly. Well*. Fargo A Co said they were willing to stand their $3 50 how and would put in no claim to th* g'*ods. Th* ronald had no Instruction* to claim the body and th* steamship company is not interested. The appraiser will prolmbly have to bold the cask and it* content* until the Washington authorities direct its dtsji-sal COULDN’T FORCE THEM TO WORK. J a dxe Prei»«terca*t*i fiecUlon Give* Joy ta lite Chicago I arpenter*. Chicago, April 15 Owing to the reront failure* of I. J I. Merer A Hon’* nHiqiaiiy, which had the contract for th# woodwork ou a big Adams street building, aa assignee wa* apjinnted by the court to cotnplet* all ex-sting (x»ntrac*i» ’Ihe car|*enter*' stink# "top|>ed all work. ani un b's# the building i* auun couijdctcd great lows will be canard in view of existing lea-e*. An application wa* mad* to Judge Prendergast to ordei work to proceed. Tile pivsident of the Carjienter*’ union and two members of th# executive committee were present iii court and after an argument by them alai by attorney* for til* assign*-#, the judge decided that he could not fore* the men to work if they did n<»t w ish n» do no aud ha would make no such endeavor. Ha instructed th# aaMgne* to comply with all ! the demand" of the men eight hour* a day. 40 centi an hour and fu I recognition of their : union A meeting of th# miinu wa* called at 2:50 ! o’chi'k and the matter brought before the men. It caused a go*ii deal of joe among I them, but no |>*rticnWir action wa* taken on the subject, tine cf the offl.-er* of the union j said that no men would l« sent to the build-j ing until a general arrangement had (teen | mad# to allow them to work at other {duces MR. RANDALL’S FUNERAL. ▼Na Arr**(*««*it nearly < at# plat a*. Trlegrawid mf Kmpithy. W asb I NOTO*, April FA—Th# arrange merits f<»r the funarai af ax Hfeaker Ran. ta 11 ar# nearly complete There wa# a xtnaig feeling among member* of th* house that the funeral service should la* held at th* Capitol. in the hall of til# hon sa of representatives. and Mrs. Randall was requested to coo rot to this, but ah* *till adhere* to tha original plan, no tbe funeral will take place at 9:30 un Thursday morning, from Dr. Cheater’* l’r*s byterian church, and at 12 th# lunet a1 [Mirty will leave for Ijiurel H»U cetnatery. The casket will lie ofiened at tit* roinetery to allow friend* aud act plain ta ruNw in Philadelphia ai O|>portunity ta view the r*-mam.s. The honorary {mil D*arers have laen selected They are: Ge(*rge W. Child*. A. J. Drexel, Alexander K McClure, John Win* maker. William McMullen. Chari** A Dana. •v-Ooxenmr Andrew J. Curtin, Senator A. P. Gorman, ex-C'Uigr#**man William ll. Sow der*. Janie", Blnuut, Senator John 8 Bartuur and Dallas Sander* Mr. Randall'* remain* still lie in til# room in which he died and w ill not la placed rn tbe casket until Thursday morning. They will l<# taken to church at F o’clock on tha morning of th# funeral and Ii* in ►tate until 9:50 a rn when the funeral service* commence The casket is of twdnr, copper lined, with a plain black cloth covering. A plat* aa th# top will liear Ute simple inscription, “Saniual Jackson Randall, boro Oct. IO, 1*2*. died April IS, PW. Telegram* (*f iym[»athy ani coodolencu pour rn to the Randall h *m# from many section* of the country. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. KNGLAND’S STRA!AG PM. A MOVEMENT NOW ON FOOT TO OUTWIT THE GERMANS. I .nwK'nrc ll.tr i ct I la Had Shape. Cincinnati, April LY—While here last week iMwin Booth received a letter from Ijiwrvuce itorrett in Korop*, stating that Hie removal of a tumor from hi* n*ck had no! eflts ted a cure and that tumors were now apiculi mg on his leg- and arm*. However, Mr. Barrett i* not without hope of ultimate cur*.___ A Watch I ompany Fail*. Lancaster. Pa., April 1Y—The Key*ton* Standard Watch coiiqamy coo fessed to judgments of $60,060.85 her* yesterday. Th* claim of the Fanners' National bank of this city is $42,945. aud that *f th* Ephrata National bank, fie,Oak Aa KifilH Vier I Dig. New York. April 15.—Th* Marina society had an exciting meeting yesterday. A motion to request the trustee* of the Sailor*'Snug hat bor to investigate th# ('burge* of cruelty J by Governor Trask toward the inmate* led ; to a violent scene, during which tha ll# wa* I |Hissed and blow* narrowly prevented. The motion was finally carried, dtwpite th# angry ! proleat of Task, who w as present. An Ind'-iM I'orGing. Wahhinuton, At•dl 15. Diqiatch** re-I (wived at tha Indian office from Agent Upshaw at Tongue river. Mont., rcfnrt the Northern Cheyenne Indians congregating sud threatenin'; life and projierty in that vicinity. Troops.be telegraph*, are needed i quick Tbe dis]»itches ware forwarded to I the war department, with a request to for-j ward troofw at once. To Oui** In Behring New. Wanhinoton. April KY—Orders have (nun issued bv Secretary Tracy to have the Alert, now at Mare Island navy yard, (’a!., put in re-iMtir with a view of muling ber to aaa at olio#. I b# destination of the Alert is Ute Behring sea. where she will cruise all summer and fall in prote'tmg the seal fisher:.-* of the United State* in Arctic waters. Heavy Failure at Nashville Nakhvillk, April LY—Tbe Merchant*. Traders and Produce Exchnngo asaigned yo*-terdav. Liabilitim 1100,000. The assignment is due to the decline ia Tennessee <sm»1 and Lou I iv iii* and Nashville stock, and th* j rise iu wheat and pork by which the exchange lost $500,DUO in tha just * xty days. A strike at li>(liaii:tpoll«. I Indian Ala 11. is, April KY—The threatened strike of union carpenter* for eight bour* a I day and Jo (Vets an hour began at 5 o'clock last evening. There are fully IOU hou*es in the city in th# several Maces of erection, and I all the*# will stand as left yesterday until «oiue «ettlenient of the matter is reached. Made a Martyr of It im-cif. Clinton. 111., April 15.—Au unknown man killed himself by throwing himself in frrot of a train near here. Before doing so he had asserted his belief that Chicago would ’•* destroyed and that he could avert tile calamity by offering hi* life a* a mer tiro. Parnell (moults Gla liton*. London, April 15. —Mr. Parnell beld a consultation with Mr. Gladstone yesterday preliminary to the introduction in the hou*e of common* by the former of a motion to reject the Irish laud purchase bill. Ranker Morgan's Kera tin*. London, April KY—The Inly of th* late Junius 8. Morgan w ill lie pla>'ed on board a steamship at Havre to-day for shipment to America, to be interred in his native town. N. P. Willis* Fortner Home Sold. New bi ho, N Y., April KY—‘‘Idlewild," formerly th# home of the poet N P. Will:*, at Cornwall, has just hwen sold. A pr vRfe Insane arvhim will he (wcablLshed there. Mr. GII I Ice Un«eMted by lk« Assembly. Kill* I’awed. Ai.hvnv, A i till 15—In the senate last night F follow ag among other bills were pa***!: Mr Saxton’", mnkmg inorw stringent provision* against {aul selling. Mr Kin "Oil's, providing for the purchase bv the state of county insane asylums, if counties so desire. Mr. McNaughton’s a|ipropriation of $J1,500 for the RocheNter induiti ml school. In the assembly the majority and minority r**ji>rts were received on the leRuj-Glllii* contested election case After a long debate Mr 1Roy wa* declared entitled to th# seat now beld by Mr. Gillies. Patent* Declared Invalid. Portland, Or**, April 15.—Judge Deedy, in the United State* circuit court, rendered a dei iii. ii in the cases of the Washburn A Mocti Manufacturing company, Worcester, Mao*.. and E L Wood of Dekalb, 111., against Knapp, Burrell &. Co.. P(*rtlnnd, (Ire . agents for the St. limits A Braddock \N ire couqtanv of Pittelmrg, denying the ap-plications for injunctions, and holding the Glidden {attent.* invalid. These tier tatoos afiirni th (ic< rsi<>n of Judge Treat of St. Luis and Jude* Slit in* of Iowa, bold ing the Glidden patent* under which th# Washburn 'cen Manufacturing conqiauy and Kd-w a rd claimed a monopoly of bailo*! wire business to lie invalid. Mr. Gould'* l.ate«t Enterprise. Nkw Orleans, April 15.—Th# I him#-Democrat, Dallas, Tex., *|»ecial says:    Mr. Gould is quoted us saving Hint he would make an effort to buy the Texas trunk rail-r««id, extending to I a lest inc, and thu* bring the International and Great Northern to Dallas In tile event he cannot buy it, it is said lie will Imild an inde[»eiident line of the Int* rnafional to this city. Mr Gould says ha is • ; t'’ I- if(g tho is»tton lielt to Dallas. iii (    • *ii lidt is a jtretty wall assured en- ter [ii is' and Im* been looked on a* such for tbe [>jt*t several years. Fired Into tbe (louse. Minneapolis, \p:il KY—A special to Th* ' rn line from > i> x City, la., yay*: At 2 o’cl'K'k yesterday morning «hots were fired into tin* id'Utcnce of R* v. J. \V. Southwell, a Met h<ilist pi (Melter. Gee shot entered a Is -dr* mn through a window. Mr. Southwell is a leader in the l*aw and I inter league and ha* nil"'hi to believe that tbe shote were tired bv liquor men whom h# ha* |ironeruted A New Heilroad. W iminsoi kkt, R. I., April 15. — Both branches of tbe city council concurrently vot»il to tru-< ranter inter»s,| oti the Woon-y-kt-i undi*; i,: Rat I road company’* bond* to th# amount of $Bkt,0(i0 for twenty year* at not excelling 5 |s*r cent. |ier annum. Th* pi ojectc I fond is to lie eleven miles long, and i> exjHH-ted to become a part of th# New York and New Kngland system. I s In i iii lie 11 v * Nrhedula. Nkw Havkn, April KY—K. S. Kind>erly, coal d< der. who assigned last week, filed a seh«.! d<‘ yi'sterdav, showing liabilitie# of .-I.'    ; ii" < t" $5B,UtlU. Yale college I* a cr* c * I for F25,UUU. Much of th# [rn[it is in< i-i I bv Lir'ien W. Sperry of this city, ami it i* now thought the failure will am barrani Mr. Sjierry. Til# Ml»*i««l|t}tl stationary. Greenville, Mi**., April KY—Th* river ha* boon stationary bere for twenty-four hour*. Tim I sack-waters in th* Deer Creek and Like Washington ar# reported falling slowly, and cotton is li-ing planted on the < a"t side of I Mer creek. Buffalo gnat# are playing havoc with stock in many part# of this county. Ga* Work# on Fire. Madrid, April 1Y—The gas works of this cliv are on fire and are blazing fiercely. The flame* have attracted th(Mi*an<is of [ieople to the scene and there is a degree of excitement justifying extraordinary vigilance on th* |ntrt <>1 the |idice to prevent disorder I'tidadelplii* l icense*. Philadelphia, April KY—Th* liquor licensee urt judge* yesterday granted 1,175 retail licros-w, or .'ll less than tbe court granted iii I*" *, and ’.Md wh ii* s.ile license*, or 27'J uh<re than it granted List year. All of the laige hotel" retain their broose*. Carried Off Ten Thoii*and Dollar*. Halifax, April 12. —Cromer, th# missing agent of the People's I milk of Kdmunston, N. B., i" reported to have carried away $10,(JUD ut tile batik's tii< it y with him. Nothing is kini«u of ills whereati>ut*. Fire at Omaha. Om aha, April KY—The clothing store of Brown ng, King A Co. wa* burned. Tbe stock of N. B. Falconer, dry good*, and J. B. Ben*.hi. tudhaery, wa* damaged by water. Loos, $115,(Mid: uisuratiro, $75,(JUd. ^ix I hsuxnd Cari»enter* ob Strike Vienna, April KY—Six thousand carpenters ha v# struck at (tratz for shorter hour* and more wage*. New York society is interested in the advent upon tbe stage next fall of Bar mea* Julia de Fouteniliat. a stater of Mr*. W. IC Vanderbilt. the I ic l«K‘>a Bay Matter. Lindon, Aj.ril 15. In the In nine of commons last evening Sir Jame# Ferguson, under foreign secretary, stated that the negotiation* with P i tn.2 if in regard to !*elng<m luy and M isli»,na! vvcr# still unaettled. He would not, however, doubt tile p> iii faith of the PortugtP-se gov eminent w hich had d*-c I ared that it w.>uid not sanction any exjaili-tion [lending the negotiations. Germany, he said, biol li nt o.<**uranee* that the Kmiti expedition would I** (unfilled to the German aphere.    _ The (fur’* I (instil Ar relied. Bucharest. April 15. - A dispatch from Jnasv to The Telegruftil state* that thoGrand Dike Constantine C( mat anti nov itch, cousin of the czar, ha* U-en arrested in St. Petersburg for connection with the revolution propaganda. *>tanlev Ynlta Dora Cedro. I»nti N. Afiril 15 Mr. Stanley [mid a visit br Ikiin Pedro a* Caline* yesterday. The Kinin relief committee ho* decided to give Stanley a n < cption here on May 2, on which occasion the Prince of Wale* will preside A Carnal Ml*1 < «>nr rn on ar Dead. London, April AY—Matthew Harris, P«r-nel Ii ta member of [mrliameiit for Fast Galway, is dead. OHIO MINERS. They Hold a Convention at Columbus. Otttrer* Elected. CoLUMRua, O., A|*ril KY—The convention of tbe coal miner* of the state for the pur-|u*e of reorganizing nuder the newly-formed United Min# Worker* of America, wa* called to order at IO o’clock yesterday morn iug by John P. Jones. There are aliout IOO delegates [(resent, rep resenting the local a* Hem bl ie* of both the old National Progressive union and National District Assembly No. 135, Knight* of Uhor. These are tha two organizatiro* which were eonsolAJated by the formation of th# United Min* Worker* (tffiror* of th# ronventioii were elected a* follows: John P. Jones, president; Jonathan I ,<nng bot ton i, vice president; Ebenezer I<pw is, Hecretary. The miners decided last night by popular vote of 5,(100 to have a single state organization. In Favor af tha Railroad Compart). Rkndout, !f. Y., April 15.—In the cane of the People va the Ulster and Delaware Railroad company, brought to vacate the charter of the company on the ground that it refuse* to complete the road as originally intended, Judge Fursuian banded down a decision in favor of the defendant. In the opinion th# judge state* that th# peopl# are I mr rn I by the statute of limitation*; and, also, that th# •ct of 18h'.t conferrtog jurisdiction upon the railroad commissioner* to settle the terminals of railroad* is constitutional. Amateur Oarsmen’* Meelln#, New York, April KY—A committee of the National Association of Amateur Oarsmen met tost night at the Gilsev house. The following persons wera reinstated:    E.    D. Boger* of AUiany, W. Caff rev of Bouton, K. J. Mahotn v of Cam ridge. K J. Cartier of Newark, H. F. Corcoran of Broton, aud K. N. Atherton of New York, The eighteenth annual regatta will take [•Im** at Worcester on Aug. 12 and 13. t’luKimer’s Schedule. New York, April IA —Heiled u Ie* in the assignment of John Plummer A Col state: Liabilities. $*77,1150; nominal assets, $1,041,-548; actual ax."#ta, $75,803.    Th'*#*    of John K. Pluinmar individually state: Liabilities. $70,-359; nominal a**et«, $.7.0,906; actual aflset*, $1«,58$ A Fatlura at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, April KY—8. 8. Phelan, dealer in cotton and produce, ha* failed. Inabilities, $50,000; no asset* ^0 PEN if* CXO EXT H eXb a s E - B fl L lX§ EASON.) Au El ped Mio#. Headed b) Manley, ta Antlrlputa Fmm In tha Occupation ut the lake Region# in Africa—Hwulanfflst* Clep*) tug for an Active Flxht Oilier Foreign New#. IyixnoN, Ajiril KY—It is now no at*’ret that the British Ka"! Africa society ha* decided aud has already tiegun pr#|»a ratio us to send an expedition from Momi>a.*Ma to the debata bl# lake territory in the interior of Africa in advance of tbe prof****! German expedition to l># heaiKsl by Kudu. The various stories concerning th# pur|iwe of Bruin'* return to th# interior have arointed the suspicion* of th# British East African people that it i* not philanthropy ow the [tart of the former governor of the Egyptian equatorial province or hi* en11(lover* that induced Enfin to engag* to rwaocounter th* banish ip* of inter-African life, but rather a deeiru to forestall til# British in actual occupation of the lake country, til# newt fruitful ami desirable of any of th# territory yet explored. This suspicion having grown into conviction it has been resolved to anticipate the German movement so far a* the lake region is concerned. Of tin* exjiedition It is asserted Mr Stanley will kkhiiim th# leadeisjiipat a later date, lid the fact that he has declined a number of invitations to banqucte, receptions, etc., lend* color to this statement. Assuming that Stanley has declined these honors because th#? would interfere with hi* preparations to return to Africa, it is fair to presume that h# ex[i#cts to take tha lead of the n«w British #x|>edition within a very short time. Commenting on theoe report* the Pall Mall Gazette says the day of discovery and exploration iii Africa is over The dark continent has [Kl"-**I from to* traveler into th# hands of th# flouncier, and (inane# will henceforth develop what ha* lieen discovered mid discover what remain* to Ii# developed BOLLA NU I HTB ACTIVE. Th# Boulangists, presumably as th# result of their recent conferences with their chief on th# Island of Jersey, are pillaring to contest every district iii Franc# at the next general election, anil are already casting about for •'ailahle candidates. 'lh** Pari i.an con test i will Im* bitterly fought. Th* council of elect km# at Farm Im* thrown a sop to tile Sd'ialtkts by framing a |nlicy upon democrat ie line*. DRAWING TUE LINE Cl SIS ER Til* Russian government Im* issued order* that henceforth the pa"*|i>rt regulation* on the Austrain frontier shall be of a more stringent character and ino-t rigidly ole served The [(resent pai-jurt system on the Auitrmu Girder is even more exacting than that which has operated in Germany in connection with Fiance and there is already a great deal of iuurniuri sg against the m-rreused hardship profiled The hand weaver* of Potsdam. Prussia, have forwarded a petition to Enqieror William praying for pci mission to manufacture the garment* for the German army now made by machine, clanning that for the same money the government now pays they can pmhiro article* of a much higher grade ________;    Bully Wp have Dunlo i ire p» nit ions for a big salt* of Bi use halls and Ball players’ ^oods, Bats, Masks, i’atehin^ (Jloves, i^e. Join the procession of tilt* Downing Sh»epin^ (’oaeh Carriaife buyers. Book at it, what a hcaut v. The only reclining hack baby hug#y made. Spring jfoods, garden sets, trowels, rolling hoops, feather dusters, lunch baskets, bin! cast's, kitchen ponds and tinware, glassware, Ac., express wagons, carts, wheelbarrows, velocipedes, tricycles, chair seats, valises, flannelette shirts. I toys’ and ladies’ flannelette blouses, very cheap, aprons and muslin underwear, embroideries, lace edgings, tlouiicings, stamped linens, towels, hosiery, corsets, gloves, mitts, dress trimmings, shopping haps, ladies’ and misses’ circulars (waterproof), infant s and children’s spring robes and cloaks. Special bargains in men’s and boys’ suspenders. Spring ami summer underwear, handkerchiefs, Ae. ERIE STORE.------- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT NOW ii Hic lim# fur priiniinK your trees, and Mini it J# ll Im* tunc for Dxiut: your garden*, park* and lawn*. Let it Ijo don# by an e\p#r-icncnt gardener, and then ( Xiii for Vander-iu#uleu Brother's, corner bagleAaud Seventh it: e«'t*. Next month we to t the ti nest Hod rare-t rose* in hundred* varieli#* from Holland. Nice weeping roo# for funeral piun and many new ihriih* and tree*. Order loin# of ti em which we w ill mil ao cheap that you must hay some of them. STOOOAKT A ( O., Patent Attorni’vi, Kl.’* 7th _ St., W ashington, 11 C , opp I’ 8. I'atentdf-llce. Patents, Cav cat* and IU* Issue* secured Trad(* Mark* registered All Patent hunnes* oondncied for moderate L'i*e*. Inforuiatn u, Advice aud special references sent on request. Ski IHI to $£10.0(1 A yu*y n ’    ‘ ” . i i *-• , • working tor us. Prison* preferred who tan furnish a hoise and K*'4’ their whole time to the bustmss. Spurt momt iii*may he profitably employed also. A lew vacancies in towns and (lites. It. F. JOHNSON < (),, o«»( Main St., Ku hmond, V.(. 14"OK SA KF —A tract of land iii Marion eonn-ty, Florida, iii the phosphate lint. Large or small <| iim ii ti ti* m to nut purchaser*. Tin* section i* growing more rapidly than any other part of the alate, mill* and hotels arc being built and railroads projected, A good money making investment. < barie* Maim, Lim Park, Rochester, N. Ii . IIT ANTED— \S \( IIVI MXN fm each ff section, salmi $75 to - loo, lo loc i Iii i. present a successful N. < ompany mcorpoi-ated to supple Dry i.iimIs, » lothing, "ho. -, Jewelry, etc., to consumer" al cost. Also a Lad) of tact, Salary IMO to enroll ineinhers inn,nun now enrolled, fino.nnn paid in.) He-fererices cxrhanei'd. I.uipire < o-o|ieriitlve Association (ereuit well rated» Lock Box Rift, N. Y. ROOMS TO RENT In the Merdi nil - B ink Building. I liq iii I e of tf    Jacob    W    irtner    or    Frank    May. GARL SCHAUER CD 0 59 East Third. St., Has just received a full line of IPI . nu I u HGSI JOvercoat: ani Trouserings E< j nill to any iii tin* city, and at jiriiVH that will pay you to Bee him Bt foi * purchasing. Buffalo, N. Y. Wt* bavp ♦rutjiiPiit iv<|newts (>y mail for wampleB of new emhrouleriew. Sueli reipieata we are pleast»d to rt*ceive, (rut we I>eg to ask for particulars in regard to the Maniples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or (loiineings, also what with Ii and some idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to none in the country and superior to any iii Buffalo. The money val ut* we offer is simply unparnlled. There are edgings from J of an inch to BS inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries iii great variety. Floiineingw iii the different widths from IS inches to OO inches. Special lines of cambric edges at .Ie, lOe, 12.Jc, I be and 2ac per yard. A UAM, MELDRUM A A N Ii lf. KHON, New goods for this season arc coming iii 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 seasons new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. I he Winter stocks arc of fi ring great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. OUR SPRING ANI) SUMMER LINE OF On!ori Tic: ani Slippers WE HAVE THEM IN PAT ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA. VV ITH FAN* Y COLORED OOZE TKIM-MIN GS. VV E A LSO II A V E A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, F R STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SGN, i 213 Centre Street. Ad am, Meldrum & Anderson DRY GOODS, I arpets and Draperies, lt«M>k»|i*nil Stationary. AMERICAN BUICK, VAIN ISI FFAM). N. V. C^cTlPenfold Manufacturer and Itnpoi ter, 364 MAIN HT., UL FFA LO, N. V. DEALER IN Diamonds,    W    atelic* and Jewelry, Clock*, Silverware, Leather Gnodi, fir, ENGR A VI .VG, GOLIJ ,f HIL VER PLA TIN A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLI DA Y GOODS :u\4 Ai M N ST ICI ; IOT, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. $500 REWARD! WK will pay th# mIhiv# reward for any ca*# of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Bick Headache, Indigestion, ( ohs ti pntiun or Coati vanes* we can pot cure with West’* Vegetable Liver Cill*, when tbe direction* are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. I.arge boxes, , containing .IO Fill*, 25 cent*. Beware of coun-. tor lei ti, and imitations. The genuine inauu-j lac tired only bv JOHN C. WKflT * CO Sold by Mon KOK’* I’ii a km acy. It kirk, N Y.Go to Monroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures. oo tour la WIP CHIMNEYS^ ..... .yoUCET THr WftONcloRT; THE RICHT ONES IRE MUB PEARL TOP AND ARE M<h aly by GEO. A. MACBETH k CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. ;