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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y . WEDNESDAY. APRIL Hi. 1890. No. B hep    HESENTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. Anew iii i.ivu machine (ut ruling alt kina* of blanks is the latest audition to h* Mechanical Department of I>unk<rk|Pnnttngj' oui piny. THE FROM WASHINGTON. HOUSE PASSES THE NAVAL appropriation bill. th* Lr.XAMtP.K t C oal an i Wood Yard. TW IC, 4 l,r..W/t^Afr.Xk Pl LUH SU I tn i ra na a •S'*. *• * Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate JeiOt All grade# of Hard and Soft Coal, Wi«i4| Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Tree tell?    Correspon'Lanes for wholesale lota ►OI i cl tex I HK. GIFFORD, tx; and Wa Central Ave • Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Photographs of mwI not vat •allies Ka blea a specialty. Bitten for sunshine except for I »«Mih HI NI SKK Y —Jam es Ibvino, Pr^ I I pnetor, No. 16 K. Second street, near Buf-• alo iinrt, dunkirk. N. T. Magazines, Mu sic, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles, orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. ll UFU UKK * CHIK KKRV HOUSE, JRS* Central Avenue. Wholesale aud retail dealer in (sported and *o in es tic China. Glassware, A ( dl tl TAl gi A MOTKL 'C tart and itosrdiug Rates, $1 per day. table in connection Victor Rider, SS& and SXT Lion street. j IIT I' It.tKHKIt SHOP ly    Chaa.    Nagle,    Prop. I nder Lake Shore National Bank, oorner Center and Third streets. A fine stock of Foreign and Domestic cigars. cr 'ONKLIN A NON, Sic tenter street. Practical bors**-shoers. Particular attention pal*1 to interfering hoi#-s. Shoeing of road at .» tr<i(tiDf horses a specialty. I) I) I N Kl UR EVENING OK1ERVBK. longest Daily in tilt County. An unequalled advertising medium. OKI UK KNtilNCEKlNU COMPANY. Formerly Seliew A Popple, anulacturcrs of r.ugmes, limier*. Pulleys, I Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, uhs I Ling Hangers, etc. Patterns, . Castings, and Machine Work to order. I wUNKJKK lf Center NII I ic r CO., MR, Mb and HT, street. Manufacturers of the ‘Cromwell" and “Dunkirk" perfect - filling Dress shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. P. TOOMEY, I). Dealer in Flour, teed, glia Lea, etc. Established. I<77 Cid aud *»• Lion street, alc Ka ie* I Ila), Pints a KIK HOTFX sn<l trining As Depot. L&*> access to ail trams and busti ens bouses. Best accommodation* fur Comfier'dal Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. t' HLF Un Atli j    FT au I im ti TtJiM street. Fine turmture, Cabinet Ware aud Upholstering. Picture Frames made to order. O W A TTF. NON A CO.. Sui Central Ave., Cea*terfc of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. A ICF Ll. STK AM HEATING WL K.' it Nan u tao lurers of Nu-a rn Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. Ii OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    lur.;    Iol(ars. | ic; Cuff*. 4< , aud Lace Curtains. Free Dell* I ary. A W. Cumming*, A/7 Center street |_J It. OEHM. h Third st., cor. of Buffalo Mao ut lurer aud dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes I FN RY W KILER** NEW MTO KE, I UR K. ' ll Thml at. B«*ok.s. stationery, Musical I n-Atruments,Magazines,Diuly sud Weekly Pavers sn I everything pertaiamg to a Ural class book I lore. Sc.htst. Looks a specialty. OH I U1M IM- .... description an i al lowest living rates by .I Dunkirk Printing Company, t» and lh £. Second SC .J H. VAN BUREN A NON, Fire Life | Accident aud General Insurance. Dealers in Real Estate aud lAtana. Calicular attention paid i-> iht rtre of property colleen mg rents Ac. SIU Center at., iud floor. ^jOMVlK'H PM AUM ACY, :«U central Avenue Hts. I-j mu ter* for Wall Palter Paia! .Olla, Ac. I yEHMANN, J. VT., A    KUH tenter street. Manufacturer and dealer in Hat ness Sad dies, ..ridirs. Collars, Trunks,VA hips. Buffalo Robes, Il'irwOoten Gloves Mittens and sleigh Kohes Alae e Bill to Regulate th* Jurisdiction of Untied Mat** Courts- Pro* lsi*ns of osur*—Tho Sonet* Farther Bls th* Mentu*o El*etloo Co**-—A Vat* to b* Rsechod To-day. W ash I not* im April 16.—The house yesterday pm*e-d th* naval appropriatiw bill and the bill to regulate th* jurisdiction of United Rtates * xxi ria Mr. Boutel Ie of Maine called up the naval appropriation bill. and the house after rejecting the amendment of the committee of the whole, striking out th* three coastline halt ie ships pained t he bill. Mr Cann* rn of llliBOts, from the committee on rules, reported a rwsoluttoa for the immediate consideration of th* bill to define and regulate the jurisdiction of the United State* courts Th# pre' iou* question wa# onlei'ed and m suited—yeas HH. nays IAI. Mr. Carl wk* of Kentucky moved to recommit the resolution with instruction* to report it (tack with provision far two days debate. The motion wa* bo stand The resolution wa* adopted —yeas Uh. nay* W. After a short discussion Mr Mills of Texas offered ar. amendment providing that of th* additional cin-uit judge# (seventeen in number! oue-balf i-hall be appointed from each of the pub* teal flame*. Ixwt — yeas W, nays 119 The bill was passed—yea*. 131; nay*. IS, Cb* speaker couuliug a quorum The bill withdraws all original jurisdiction pow VMC eel in the circuit court* of the U tilted Ida tee and vest* the Mime exclusively in the district court# of the United States, and also pm ides that the circuit court* of the United Stat*-* shall exerct** such jurisdiction by writ of error aud appeal a* they have exercised under existing laws. The circuit court is made an appellate court exc lusively, except that it has* the jtower to isaue all remedial process** The circuit courts are to consist of the present circuit judges and two others to be appointed iii web circuit by the president, by and with the adv its* and consent of the •waste. It require* three judges U> constitute a quorum, and in <*a*e either cf the judge* is absent at any term th- # ti mr circuit judge of the circuit may require any district judge of tl*e circuit to sit in hi* -toad for the time ksdug, but there inuit always Is* one circuit judge present, and no circuit or district judge before whom a <n*e wa* tried in the district court *«d ait on the aarne case in the circuit court. Th- circuit court* are to be court* of record TLe terms of the circuit court are to be held at the following place* First circuit court. Boston; second. New ^ ock; third Philadelphia, fourth, Rk hmcmd, Va.;tifth New Orleans; sixth. Cincinnati; seventh Chicago, eighth. St. lasiifc; ninth. San Francisco M Hts of error in j>roper ca*** and in all '-ase* of appeals may tie had from the district to the ctiralt courts both st lsw and equity, ami in cavea of admiralty ami maritime jurisdiction within six month* after the entry of the Anal judgment of decree in the district courts the circuit court* shall have original jurisdiction lo imne curtain remedial v rit* aud to establish nibs. of praetor* not incowBhtit with thine of the rn pre me court A writ of error from their circuit court or an appeal to the circuit court may be had in all criminal ca**- wherein the circuit court may now exerci**- jurisdiction bv writ of error , and pending appeals of writ* of error, judgment* a1 the district iou rt in all criminal cane** are stated until the case iv fully deteruuueil by the appellate court Civil iwiise''. now removable fnrn state courts into the circuit court* of the I uited States, may be reimoed into the district court of the United State* in the territorial jurisdiction of which they were commenced. Circuit court* are given appellate jurisdiction by writ of error or apical to review the judgments and decree* of the several terri-torie* for the review of judgment* and decrees of the district court* The circuit court* are to have final and eoBchMflvw jurisdiction on apj*el or writ of error in all ca*** in shah jurisdiction u> ao.pimd bv the district coorie by reason of the citizenship of tire parti** only, a d on which uo questi rn ariw* under the oonstitu-tiou, law* or treat)#** of the United Slate*, but que*! am* ar I* mg in this cia** of ca*-* of a novel. difficult or important character may be eel tided to th*- suprt me omit for de termination in th** discretion of any two of the circuit judge* trying toe <-a*e The house then at ti p. in adjourned information t» entirely differet.t. Th city of Butte gave a Republican majority last year; and them has beea a great “turn over" ta consequence of subswqueat proceedings. Mr. Hoar—lf th* senator had been in bed at 8 o'clock la-l night his idea- would have been cimier this morning Mr. Daniel, resuming his arg ament, criticised the majority report The action of th* returning board of Silver Bow county in excluding the vote* at precinct 34 and th* account* of th* territorial returning board, he said, was sn open and notorious development of a conspiracy permeating all th* office holders of Montana, in order to get control of f min leal power by frandu-lent pract ce. sharp device and unjust rneth oda I he whole machinery *f the adrnmia- A SWELL WEDDING. terrible storm. Grata CONGRESSMAN JOHN M. WILEY MAR RIED AT INDIANAPOLIS. ta Ne gation of the law in that territory, be said, hail lieen prostituted and debased, and tortured, and corrupted in order to exclude from the legislature Democrats who would ha va toted for Clark and McGinnis. who were here assert mg their righteous title and asking equitalde judgment. Without concluding his speech, Mr Darnel yielded for a mot cm to adjourn and after ae agreeiu-iit that the vote on tile Montana question woald I*, taken at 5 p rn to-day or earlier, it the senate should lie ready, the sen ate, at 5:50 p rn., adjourned. Th* Most Brilliant Event in the social Aawau at tbs Hoosier tai-tai—Many Prom in* ii I People ta Attendant*—Beautiful Decor at iou* aud Numerous Presents Received. Indianapolis, April 16— Virginia Fine" line Cooper, daughter of Mr and Mrs John B Cooper of this city, was married yesterday to John McClure Wiley, representative WORKING GIRLS* CONVENTION. They Mill Attempt to Form a National F*de» alien -The Day's Proceedings. New York. April IG.—I he Working Girl#' asHoriation of the United States and ( ana<la held a convention in the Metropolitan opera house yesterday for th* purpose of forming a national federation with the aid and under the direction of a number of wealthy women. About TOH delegate* were prevent from all parts of the country aud more are exjiected to arrive Miss Grace H. D-dge called the astern My to onler. and Mrs Richard Irvin, Jr., delivered the ad'iret#i of welcome. After the apimint merit of committees the formal exercises were begun and several add reuses made on the subject of working girls societies Last evening the annual meeting of the New York Association of Working Girls’ societies was held at Coofs-r Union. Report# were read and Miss Grace Dodge. Mrs Ter-hune ^Marion liar land), and others spoke cai •‘co-operation,’* “organisation," "home-mali mg” aiel kindred subjects. The delegates do not look like working girl*, but like young ladies who have independent means af sui* 1 port, but cho w to follow some light oocupa- j Don to earn pm money. None of the thousands of girl- who w ort ui factories or at. cloak making, cigar making and other un- j healthful, latiorious and ill-paid task*, were present The girl* were nearly all well-irew-1 a* the fashionable ladles who are patronizing them. They Joined the Union. Chicago. April 16 —There was a bit of ex cite merit yesterday at the new Brotherhood i hax-imll park on Wentworth avenue aud Thirty-third street. 'I lie i-ontrartor secured 1 fifteen carpenter- f: • -in varicKM country towns within the jia-t u.-*-k and utarterl them to work yesterday on the new grand stand Within a *li'>rt time a oommittee of the striker* from the headquarter* at Thirty-e-venth street and W a I vt sh avenue were ob the ground reasoning with the un-n and en-laavoring to je?>uade them to quit The contra-tor feared violence and aske«l for police pi' -te*lion and a •spiad of officer* fnun the Xiii rf -fifth street station were seut to the |tai k I i*-y had nothing to do, however. The strike;■«. e >mruitte* won conriiHvyl the new men innt it wa* to their interest to quit and the til u .>u mea signed the union roll. All work on the Brotherhood l<all park ii stopped The Cot tee Fe hance Protests. Nevi York. April 1*1.- The mein I wry of the Cotton Exd»an_e. with Preside ut J. ll Parker in the chair,me* yesterday to protest against the J assate of t be bill offered by Mr Butters* rib ai Oh o defining “options" and **futnre»" and in»| euig sp**,-ial tax-w on dealers therein latnre of th iSMaage of the b»U w >uld « atise After a general discussion Mr. J (I Rlias offered j resolution*, whn h were unaninnaisly adopted, declaring that the enactment of the pro- } ,lose*I ii>ea-iire would Is- detrimental to busi-new* in general    I in *.vmgrew* from the Buffalo. N Y . district. The ceremony was perforrotsi at the Tatier-narl* Pre*d«yterian church at .*» o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev J Albert Rund-thaler officiating Irater in th* evening a waddiug dinner was served at the nome of th* bri<i*. followed by a reception. The marriage of Mr Wilev i* the consummation of a romano* which began in 1NN3. when Mr Wiley Bhd Miss Cooter first met at Rara toga They were made acquainted with each other by Mn Tboma* A Hendricks^ whose husband was for many years a warm friend of Mr Wiley The wedding was the moat brilliant affair I of the I lid I “ti lap -Us social 4*a*on It brought I from Buffalo, from Chicago ami front Washington a b<«t of Mr. Wiley’* friends Among the distingunhed guests were E H Butler, J A. Butler, Norman E Min k. Mr and Mr* Wilson S Biased, C M Bu-hnell. Hon O i W Cutler and Mr*. Cutler, Walter H Dun-i ham. Col. C. E Walker, Mr and Mrs C W Cushman of B uffalo: C E I>unklel»urger I of Lockpirt, N Y ; Mr and Mrs Robert i Stranahan of Boston. Mas* ; L L Smith and ! Judge G#*oige W. Cothran of Chicago; Henry • H Adams of Br**oklvn and several of Mr ; Wiley'* eongi essional codeagues Most of i these guest* arriv d Monday evening and Monday night arrangement* were made for a bachelor'* breakfast to Is* tendered by Mr. ! Wilev to a few of hisold friends. Tile break-j fast wa* servant the Rate*, house yesterday morning arui those who sat dew to it were W H Dunbsm. J. Ambnwe Butler, Clar enoe M Rush riel I, C. E Walker, Robert Strniiahsn, L. L. Smith, C. E Dunklehurg, E H Butler and Henry H Adams There were fifteen course* with appropriate wines ami it t«iok several hour* under these condi-ditiou* for Mr Wiley to tear hunself away 4*rotn his bachelor friends. Five o'clock was the hour set for the ceremony, aud L*ng l**fore ’hat hour the Talwr-nacle church was fiilest with a brilliant coi»-grega ion awaiting the coming of the bridal jairty The interior o the church ha.i l«een most taste? till v de.-ore ted Festoons of ejntlax hung aUuit the doorwnv- and in front of ti slier noildtng Easter fillies and clustering btdr.ngea- formed a soft lack-grouD’l for the actors in the wedding ceremony. The Wi-dding party, true to wedding traditions. wa* a half hour late Jt wa* .VJfi o’clock when tin* bride's family entered the church and took the *eats reserved for them. It wa* fully -V.'IO win n the first notes of the brutal piece from lediengrin, with the dying harmony of a Mendelssohn symphony, gave warning cd the approach of the wedding party. The ushers entered the chun-h first, two by two, at intervals ai IOO yards They were I. L Smith of Chicago, Walter H. Dunham. J. Alii bn we Butler aud C M. Bushnell of Buffalo; E C Dunklelmrger of I/ockport and t'harlcs M Coojw*r, Will Landers and H C. P*»meroy of Indianapolis Following the ushers came the bride's si* ter, Mim* Carolyn Cooper, on the arm of the groom'' “be*t man**—Mr. Norman E Mack Of Buffalo—and last of all. walking in -tately solitude, the brule The nuigregatiou tv arid remained standing until the bride bad reached the altar, where she wa* joined by the groom Standing lief ore them. facing the congregation, the Kiowa from the Ground bras Ic a—Hall ta Illinois. j Lincoln, Neb., April 16. —Governor Thaver I is in receipt of trustworthy information from Cheyenne. Banner and other far Western I Nebraska counties giving an account of a disa*troll* storm Th* wind blew so hanl that grain which had leva sown wa* blown entirely out of the ground over thousands of acre* Farmer* have no fund* to buy seed and the governor will ia*ue a genera ca It for aid for the unfortunate people Bloomington. IIL, April 16. — Keprwts f rom the section visited by til* hail ami rain storm of Humify “how that it prevailed in all parts of thi* and a1 joining counties, and was very severe in many plaiws It did great damage to wheat and outs and fruit buda Burh a fall of gigantic hail stone* has not been seen here for veara Farm work has been delays*! from ane to two week* and the roads ar* rendered well nigh impassable. to say nothing of the scores of bridges ’hat were washed astr Southwest the gnat**: damage by hail was at Minier, Hopedale and Covel, where thousands of panes of glass were destroyed It was in Eastern M<-I>>an county, how ver. that the hail wa* most phenomenal. At Arrowsmith six inch** of hail fell on the level, being cerned by the rushing water from the unusually heavy rainfall into the gullies, where it was found piled up two feet deep. At Bellefleur the largest hailstone* rejiortod fell. They were a* large a* walnuts and crushed through shingle roofs like gra|<eshot The streams aliout Padria became torrent* that swept away fences and other property. The bam of John Ixive at I* Boy wa* tom to piwea by the wind and a auntlier of fine home* were killed ENGLISHMEN D1SGISTUD I JEJELJEJEZ STOKE AT THE OPERATIONS OE GERMANY IN THE DARK CONTINENT. f See our lice of Baseballs, from tin* cheapest to the very best jjnulc; 32 st vied. American longue. D3c.; Association, 73c.; Dollar Regular, C2c.; Professional IVml, *)6c.; League Junior, 45c.; First Nine, 35c.; Eclipse, 30c.; Boys’ Junior League, Club, 23c.; Metropolitan, 21c.; Dollar Dent!, lSe.; of Clubs, I5e.; Boys* Practice, l ie., Boys’ league, tensional. I Sc*.; Enterprise, 23e.;^ Resolute, 2lc.; Little Rocket, loc.; ^Mohawk. I*e.; Mutual, 14e.; 30c.; American Star, IHc.; Jack 10c.; IV)vs’ pro-Skvroeket, lie.; Vllianee, 10c.; Chsrter Oak. 10c; Boy,’Dead. He Chamgior, Ball. DESECRATING THE SABBATH. A I *• Will SCHOLTEN. V FiuJimnahle I ador. tv* a Lie wen will And it to their advantage to call ou me itefore purchasing alee whale. 17 Last Third •imL lien will I) Ii. CAKY A CO., . .    SSI    Lion    street tfipnera) Hanl ware, Whit* L«ad.oi!*,PaintorV Supplies, vnl Cloths, Gr*L Ie IC are. A special tv .of Nhvrwu. it Bhara* Pa. cl ami Monroe range- Ii ULINti such a* blank-booka, ledgers, and nil kind# ol blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, * and i0 L. second bk I » IIM .Ll’ ll MOLDEN ll A V Ik. IV    '.    or. Thin! aud Buffalo s, . Dealer in Granite, Marble, t . j-gmg and Bundiug Stone. Call on we u, fore buying de-walk your siv R ISLEY A CX)., 7 and I (Cast Front streek M hisky, Wine*. Brawlie*. General Liquor Store for Family Use. KOBERT lf*KAY, ,    Lion street, near the depok Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery stable ! Stabling by the day or week on reaa«>nabK harm*.    _ _ L2AM J- OirfxntD. kl] Central Ave. (Up O stairs), General ln#uranee and heal t-ut* Agent. Fue, Life, AocidenL and Live btook Inauranw. rrvunpi attention git sn to buying and selling heal Estate f|' C. JON EH, I .    78 E. Third ak, cor. Deer. Excel*!or Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and baulked Beau, Lard. bsusagee. Oysters and Poultry- \\ VS ATC HCH. JEWELRY, MC. Bar tile Aur**ra Emlrond Watch. Lcpainng a specialty. I rank F. HUpf. SS K. Third ak vin. MOCKER, M>ti ham Tailor, ort Central Avenue V 1U)F 10*10* Al-    ___ ss T. ROLPH, M D-, K.    physician    and    Surgeon mlior over Lywn’a J™*,Central Alrune Telephone No. A Colla itav be left at Lv°ti •- IN THE HEN CTE W ash ID'.TON, April lh. —The senate yee-tonlay continued the dr I tate oil the Montana election cai** and agreed to take a rote on them not later than .S p. rn tv*day. Tite -enate | aw«ed a resolution calling on the aecrvtary vt the interior for tile report of Je—*e Spaulding, government director of the Pacific railways, as to the general management of tlie Pacific railwava; also a resolution calling on the score ary of the treasurv for intormatioQ a* to w bet her Chinamen permitted to jsiwi through the I*uited States have failed to leave the United State- under tho G-nns of their adnii-sion in transit. House bill increasing the limit of cost for the po-tofllee building and site at Scranton. Pa , to ff Jfsi.U*) wa* pasted Mr Hawley gave notice that he would try to call up the w orld * fair bill on Friday. The Montana elect ion ease was then resumed and Mr. Morgan addressed the senate After a h ug argument be referred to present election* in M<mlana. jairtirularlv at Butte, in Sliver Bow county, in which the Derm -erat* were successful as an indication that the particular district about w Inch the whole controversy existed wa* Democratic in sentiment. He declared that if the state of Montana were now seeking admission a* a state "with all this filth clinging to ber skirt* abe would be kicked from tin* threshold.” Mr Daniel argued against tit* majority report. which he characterized a* a padded and -duffed record, made up af make-weights whi'-h do not belong Ut the question " Mr. Vance interrupted to read a lei gram which lie said had Iwen received from Mon tans at 2 o'clock ye~t«i <tay morum^ It read as follow*: Hurrah for honest ck teens who vimiicate the light; Hurrah or taw and lilierty. the pe- pl*- wen the •ght Keputihcaii c"rruptlooi«ta went wewping to their fate. For Ute voters placed the ban njea the men * ho stole tie* suite. The mourner* speak in w brs)»ers there * crape upon the door: Th,* G O «P * in killed by stealing Precinct No 4 Mr. IL tar said that as be understood the the Democratic majority in Butte, wh:«st: a year ago was flUfi, bad is*-ti reiiuoed to ab-Hit 'JfkU; that at Precinct .34 ti ere was not a cingle voter left. All of tis** appl rent v.»ter* lout gone like last year-, snow Iwiuk. He left. lie mid. his ‘ friend from Nor th Carolina to bi' com* almanac " Mr. Vance—THe senator fnsu Maw-achu-etts viese: vc. a- mw h ctnnfori out of small Blate na! a* any senator od this fliior. Mj minister pronouiu-ed The    i-hmmuu>    explained    the    the simple service    of the Presbvterinn church injury    to    tile    trade    which the    As tile last words    were pronounced the organ broke from the simple strains of Kchmnan's Traumerei into the joyous music of Mendelssohn'* Wedding    March The ’-ongregation again rose and    remained standing a* tile wedding party left the church. The n»embers of the wending (>arty nd a few friend* were driven from th** church to the sjiaciou* res deuce of Mr. Cloyer on Mer ui la n street where Mrs. Wiley gave an informal rex-eption. The little coni}any then repaired to the dining r<«*in where a bountiful supf<ei wa* sci'cd, tlw wtsidiiig <*ake was cut and ail drank to th- bride's health iii sparking chain;<agne. Mr anu Mr*. Wiley t«.s4i the 11:40 ti'am for I hicago. "bere they will *p nd several days, afterward going to Washington. The jiresenG were numerous and IteaiitifnL A Cnloied Nfurdrrer** €'onfessi«*n Birri NOHA M. Ala.. April Id.—Ben Elsley, who is t » Is* I.an^e I Friday for the murder if J. tt M. a i ■«>. wfiite, a year ago last January, ha-*s.»ifesse.l tuat he and another negro murder»*d an I’allan jssldler near this •itv in Iiwwiilvr, IEl*i -y. a’xxmiing to ;he confesei hi. ha* lev* en j age, I m t he business of killing p -ople p r * .eml years. He roblssi and murdered an « id farmer and his wife in Georgia several year ago, and later -hot a policeman in Atlanta and ha* killed two people in this state Another I inn squeezed. DrriPHT, April 1«.—C. V. Bryan A Co., f which finn President Bryan of th - B •ar*! f Trade is the senior rnertdier. h ive Iihsmi aught short in this market on th-- recent advance and have su-rpend*»d payment. The Irm o vc- ♦ !5,(kJ0 he e ani enough in other iiark--ts to make th -.r failure amount to -1CX>,()k). President Bryan and hi* friends ay that a speedy settlement w-ill Ire made The failure wa* prod pi tat *1 by heavy calls or margins from broker* with whom the dry ans were operating. A Fireman Killed. St Lorn. April 16.—The vestibule train •n the Kansas City branch of the Chicago and Alton railway ci 'lidi-d with a freight train near Ladonia. 'I *. The fireman on the freight engine was kl Ile i by the luggage ••ar of the »-xpr**sK train rolling on tvq> of him lory a1 Legion Meeting. Philadblpria. April 1« — The special meeting of the <\>:nm-iiidery in-chief of the Lo) al I region I retail yesterday, ex-President Hayes presiding A number of interesting address*- we-v made A resolution to alsilish grade* in the order was lost. The annual meeting will lo? belli in .^t. Louis n xt Octo l»er Last night tile celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of ’be order was belli in the Academy of Music Among thee* present were Secretary Tracy, Schofield, Governor Beaver, Gens, Howard, Slocum. Mile* ami Fairchild and many other* Address*** were delivered by Gen. Gregg, Gen. Devens of Massachusetts, ex-President Hayes and other*. _ Hrmoi* for an Ex-Ylce I onsnl. BaLTXMOKS, April 16 —Mr. James Carey Coale, of the well-known finn of James Carey Coale & Cunningham, has received from lTze engine, baggage aud ex pres*' car* we'Te Maaan Carlo F. Serra, Italian enrol, ami l<adly mashed. Tin- j^sengem were laully Richard M. Fle jry, counsel for that con -haken up. tmt none so* injured ('leak Maker* on Strike. Chicago, April lh—a uumlier of the •-leak makers employed by F Riegel A Bro# , 122 Market street, quit work yesterday on account of di>*«tisfaction with the foremen. ; he firm employed several bundled jiervMis, lianv of wbom are women. The strikers, However, were all men. The firm say the ■trike will not mi{>air their bush MilHte. the brevet anil insignia of the Order of the Crown of Italy. This honor was conferred on Mr. Coale by th- King of Italy in roo ignition of his service* a- a-ting vice conaiil of that government at thi' |M»rt for several years. Among others r*-**i\ mg siiu liar deia>ratious in the* c nntry are Thomas A Ediaon aud < b* u g-M. Pullman. im flviuia Judge** DvrUlun Prevent Oil l*umf>lug. Washington, Pa , April 16.—Judge Mcll-vane has decided that oil well pumping on Sunday is Sabl»ath desecration within the meaning of the law The cane is of vital unis •fiance in all oil fields of the state. It -ame up on appeal of William Funk, an oil pumper, from a summary conviction liefore a just na* of the |*ea<-e on a charge of pumping oil on Sunday. Hurl Bros., extensive oil •perntors. have a well chi the James P. Sayre farm and until Aug 25, IMW. had Iweti in the habit of having Funk pump the whole we*k round, claiming that if the well sto<*i idle the salt water, which is the l«aiie of every oil field, would ruin it. On the Monday following the 25th of August Sayre had the pumper arre-tcd for working on Sunday. He wa* tried liefore a justice an I fined. The cane was appealed In court prominent oil operators test fied that the pumping wa* necessary as the wells would be permanently affected if they were not pumped, owing to the fact that salt water will undoubtedly drive the oil southward from a well and even from anoil field, if allowed to stand in th«* wvlL*. Neverthel*-** the court de-cided against Funk ami dire*-te»l him to pay the fines and c<*its. All the oil men are liable to prosecution and the case is likely to ta* taken to the supreme court Aeridentalljr Killed. Ron DOTT, N. Y , April 16— At al**ut IO )'cl<s-k Monday night a Pol** named Wallac'k Wallotofski was accidentally shot through the heart in the house of Julius Albrecht on Murray street bv Walland Haliknowich of Vriiiteport. Italiknowi<-h i-ame to this city to draw monev tine him by the West Shorn (tai I road company. Aftor receiving his flay be jHirchase*! a reviver and went to see his brother. Stephen Haliknowich, who lives in the same bouse with Albrecht. There he met Joseph Treuetski. Andrew Yamski. Andrew Robolowex and John Sabbski. b*ar'lers. The men engntre.1 m i-nnventati<>n aud Baiik-nowich exLibite*! his revolver, a seven shoot er. The wea|s»n w.-,s j>a.ss**d among the -towii, and finally it was return*-d to it* owner * h<*. it i- ail* _tsl. msteail of jmtting it ai hi- poek**t la- ran to examine it. at the same tim* remarking that be would not be afraid to go to Whi.ejiort iii the • ight time. Snddetil) the weiifsan exploded, and Wallop .fski f ll from a sola water tmx he had l«een sitting on to the fli*<vr, dead Remarkable Activity of the Kaiser'* sub Jeete—The HrltUh 0*ei-bbles at ZaDtl-bar—The Loudon Pre •• Filar Iou .I Protect* Mr. Goechen** Budget enticing Much Anxiety. London, April 16 — Dispatches from Zmnxi bar state that the operations of the Germans there are of the moat vigorous character Every one connected rn any capacity with the project of Maj Wueuuann is displaying a degree of activity singularly at variance with the German national trait of delitiera-tk>n. and everything pertaining to the prepara? ion for the new Emin ex|>editioti is being conducted with marked thoroughneaa. The town ha* within an incredibly short time heinie so entirely Germanised that old resident* find themselves almost strangers. Several large offices and depots have been established by the (iermaas, and each of    _ these constantly display* th* Crerman flag, luili ll liHskutS, hilt! CftjJfS, kitchen gDhds Itlltl tinware, ^lilssWftre, .h-iLtki^T!!5.!Dlfor" I •v«T^h«w $ express wntrons tarts, wheel barrows, velocip*ites, trievcles, visible The British have no office at Zanxl ,    \    *    ,    ,    I    l    S*    »    . o.,,. bar and consequently tile Knglish flag is not ohfllT Stilts, Vlllisi's, tiaimfJette Willits. DON 8 ftlltl ImtlCS 11 ll I 111 t It tte the disgust of English blouses, very cheap, aprons and muslin underwear, embroideries, lace edgings, bouncings, stamped linens, towels, hosiery, corsets, gloves, mitts, dress trimmings, shopping lings, Indies’ ami misses’ tory hitherto tacitly admitted to belong to J circu I ars (waterproof), infant's and children's spring robes and England if it belonged to anybody    I cloaks. Special bargains in men s and bove’ • ii.. rw-. «...,..-i a.i—-------^------i    r    .    r    .    ,    . and summer underwear, handkcreDiets, ive Junior. (k\; Red Stocking, 5c.; Boom, OC.; We have made preparations tor a big sale of Baseballs ami players goods, Bats, Masks, t’atching (Roves, A’c. Join the procession of the Downing Sleeping Coach Carriage buyers. Look at it, what a beauty. The only reclining baek baby buggy made. spring goods garden sets, trowels, rolling hoops, feather dusters, to Im* swen much to men who view with disgust and indignation the (b-rmaii*’ preparation* to extend the influent arid flower of the empire into tern The state legislature. Albany. Api li 16.—Among the bills | by tlte setiato yesterday were the following: Mr. Van if.tnier'r. prohibiting julioe aud excise otfi'-cr- from having an interest in the >al* aud manufacture of liquor (conferenr-e re ort a artiad to.) Mr. Dearie’, bill, extending the Ives pool ’ax of 5 per <t-nt to the gross reivipte and membership dues of racing asForiatioux. Mr H **vh's weekly jiayment of wages bill —yeas, 4'J; nays, 7. The negatives being Deane, Donaldson. Irwin, O'Connor. Roberts. >n. Van (Tonier and V’edder. Mr McC’arren's bill, prohibiting printing in prisons. In the ass -mbly a motion to recall from the governor Mr. F'tt'sett’s bill incrwasing the salary of Elmira's mayor from to #1,560 was fosse.! by a strict party vote. Mr. Fassetts rapkl transit bill was an no»in<-e-l from the senate and referreil to the committ.-e on railroads William B. Le Roy was gworn in a* a mem lier and took Mr Gillice's seat The occasional 4ispab*hes i-onTeying awuir UKW. of the safety aiel **ucts*s*ful operations of Dr. Peters, several time* declared by presumably competent authority to he dead. and to extensive prejiarations for Kmiu's departure. have created a genuine alarm here for the security of British interest* In southeast and equatorial Africa which the pre*, are unanimous in <-a1 ling upon the government to protect The Standard insists that the English and German sphere* of influence in Afri<-a are marked with such precision a* to preclude the remotest }s*«ahility of any misunderstanding, therefore any encroachment im British righto must to- made deliber ately. The P<*»t declare* that the (herman maps purjssrt ag to fix th** b -lindane* of the two sphere* are wb illy inaccurate This being the fact Germany must la* at on e informed of the inaccuracies and not lie allowed to be*s»nie unfriendly to England through the aggrvtwi-his and misrepresentation* of the German press in desirin r and urging the necessity and importance oi Emin's expedition MR GO**'HCN* RI DO ET The |H>pular murmuiing against the intimation of Mr. Ufwiien of ttie government1* intention to retain th*- present duty on la-er increaaes daily and ha> given nee to Home uneasiness in tin* ministerial fold It is now coming to lie generally helie\.sl that the budget which will Is- presents tomorrow will show the extent of the government’s alarm by not only rein »\ ing the recant ad dition to the duty on beer. lait ahi bv taking the duty from foreign plate It is hinted too. tim a further cones*-.on to the f*q>ular cry for mluissl taxation is jseeible in the le#«Miiiig of the income tax and the tax on tea DEATH OE AU?* ANDER MACK KT. The death of the fatuous Ugan«la missionary. Alexander Macsav, ho* causa I the puhlicatKHi of a great -leal of interesting and important information c<mmtruing him, of which th*- g.-n. rui publi.- wa* ignorant. Mr Mackay was a rMe,-naui<‘ai engineer aud went to Africa in ?'<•». Resuming almost immediately a lead.cg pajlum among thoae doing mission hoi■* in that country It wa* be who fir-t brought Kniiu prominently to the notice of the people of Flurope by a series of admirable lettel- V».,e.ein he .ic-s-rilasl the achieveinents and difficulties of the government of the Egyptian equatorial proving, and it wa* mainly through information fur-nished by him that th*- tieceaaitv for Emin's relief townie ap}>ureut RIOT IN Rome A serious riot (zi-iirrwl in Rome yesterday a* the result «*ff the aition at the police in dispersing a Socialist uwetiiig The meeting wa* the largest one of its kind ever held in Rome, and emboldened by the great increase in the untidier of their auditors, the -|*-akei> who addrest**! the gathering indulged in revolutionary haranguer of the m«*st violent leacriptfciti. w bile their n-tener* evin«*<xl then approval by howls, cheers aud cuiwes Bathe sentiment express, d demanded. I he |*>lice were finally ordered to drsjierse the crowd and were att«<-ke»i with atone*, clubs, etc.. until they were comiielled to »*harge upon the moi. with deadly w.-apoos. The rioters were Mattered, several of tliein seriously wounded, aud the piioe into ie a iitiniher off arrests. The tncrea.* d military activity in Southern Russia ha* given n*e b> a variety of surmise* auto its object, ani perhaps Austria will feel called ujion to make formal inquiry. The nobility residing in the Russian province of Yoibynia have join.*! in a potithm to the cxar praying his majesty to prohibit German* from acquiring estates in that district a suspender*. Spring ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENI NOW la the time for pruning your trie*, and H soon it * ll lie time tor fixing your gardciia, ( ark* ani) law ns. Let it lie done by ait experienced gardener, atilt then calli for Vandrr-ineulen Brother's, corner bagle and seventh streets. Next month we g» t the finest and rare-t rom in hundreds Valatie, from Holland. Nice weeping rose for funeral plan and many new brute and tic s. Order some of them whir Ii we will sell so cheap that you must buy nome of them. ^ I ODD AHT A Id Latent Attornev s, HI.) 7th x - t , tv a - h; i j.-1- r, I • < .opp I s latent of-tlce Patents, C aveats and ne Issues secured. Trade Mark* lx-gn-tensi Ail Patent husiuess reminded for unMlerate I- ten. Information. Adv ice and sfiee.lal reference* sent on request. iii««i, A MONTH can Im- made working for u*. Pcrsi.o* preferred who tan furnish a hors * and giv< itu-ir whole ime to the bu*in« sa, Spare moment* may be piolit-ibly employed also. A few vacancies in i<-wr-md cities B. F. JOHNSON ,*v CO., rex** Mao iit.. Richmond, V a. (.FNI SM AVI ll* To 'I XKI ) Hoi -1 . to house cant ass for our -ately Keltic, Kettle and .steamer combined. Tin fa-le-t selling household article on the market. Address FI C. NkIN NER. Broadway, Aibauv, N. ) Buffalo, N. Y. \Vp have frequent request* 11V mail for Bani pl en of new •oicleriea. Such requests •min in re w anti i K.—Two building lot*, •tree! near Fourth -tree!. at 7S L. Fourth -trcel. I “OK > \ I II Leopard» VqtW, on Inquire ^NlK SALK —A tra« l of land in Marion nnin* ty, Florida, in the phosphate be t. Large or small quantitua to suit purchasers I hi* -cot on is grow ing more raunity than any oih r part of »hei*tate, Billa nod hotels hic la*iiig built and railroads projected. A g<M»d money making investment. ( bar b's Alani), Elm Park. Rochester, N. Y. _ rmon Elders’ H’JC’d sin-ngth,    ,    ft*-*    t F. &. Croodh. MI Grand IL. Rev lorn ROOMS TO RENT BW- lo the Merchants bank building ^Inquire of lf j Jacob Wirtncror Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Hrs jii-t reeel veil » Dill me oi Si rn .Orerccats asi 7:cu:srisg: RI Equal to any in the city, at price* that will pay you to see him Lefoie purchasing. ol we are pleased to receive, Lilt we Leg to ask for particulars •egard to the samples et]. State whether edg-ngs, insertions or flounciiigs, also what width and some idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to none in the country and superior to any in Buffalo. File money value we offer is simply unparailed. There are edgings from J an inch to 18 inches wide cambric, jaconet, nainsook ami Swiss muslin. Match cd sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* iii the different widths from IS inches to (JO inches. of in special Cf of cambric 2 Ac, 15c a rn I lines Iges at 5c, Die, 25c per yard. Adam, MBi.dkum A andkkko*. New gt km Is for this season are corning iii daily. The underwear stock is lilt mils complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and tin goods stock. By “comp we mean t hey have all the styles in this season’s all the variety goods tile Lest pinch in the country piireiiasmg eau get lier. The Winter stocks ft ring great never was a white '    4    Vt etc new new that facilities bring to- could trade t agee ualy. are of bargains. Tiler j time when you here more advan Grt-wolri fin* Fifteen Years. Cortland. April 16. — Roto«rt Griswold, who was iviEvp’tod of rn iii'lat; Titer in the first decree for kihng Dem it* O'Shea, was Ht*ut**n«ied to Auburn state prison for a term -of fifteen yearn The print tier aewpted the -entenor witboat a word of complaiut. strike at I mil anal* ii I*. Indianaeolih, Apr’ 16. —Several hundred rarpenters struck yesterday for eight hour* j tine hundred non union men and fifteen union men are still at work. The contractor* ( had a meeting last night to take action, but •are not 111 a \ -ldmg ni'sxl. Three Person* Drowned New ORI jeans, April 16.—The Tirne^-Dem (x-rats Helena. Ark , special says; Information is received here of the drowning of three persons of OMto n I Ake by the ufwetting of a canoe late Monday evening. I bey w ere Ed Bush, Matilda Jackson and a boy whose name is utiknowm. During the j»ast twenty-four hours the rainfall bere was 29 50 inches The river rose two inche*. due largely to the rainfall The killing of two negroes by Oil Excitement in West Virgin!*. Parkerkbi Ro. W. Na, April 16.—During the la-st f* w days tlie oil excitement in the field** about the* city has become greatly In-’ens’fie*! owing t<» the coming in of several very large w ells Every liny large tract* of and are leas»*d in neighliorh'HHlM that hereto-ore have never pnhIu'nhI oil. Forty new well** are under contract. Within a radius of Lair miles from this city twenty wells are tieing put down. Since Sunday JOO leases have been put on record bere and in Washington county. Ohio. Tie* Eureka field ha* Ight gushers producing H.Wfl Imri eh* a day. So great is Uke flow tliat th** Ohio river is oily for a I- mg distal!*** to-low the well*. Ijind in Taylor. Jack -»n. Wint and Ritchie ‘XHintie*. is leaded iii ierg*- tracts for oil pur-jnsni. and it is said ’J** new well* are to be put d*’wn as s««on as p**siblc. Farmer* have given up raising croj*- and profeasional men abauJone>i their oftkv* to invest in oil. • nills.on on th- Fitchburg Road. Schenectady, N. V , April 16.—Train No. S4 on the Fitchburg railroad collided with a freight car. The accident occurred in the towu of Glenville, five mile* from this city. The car had been blown dow n the track from Rotterdam Junction by the h-avy wind and stopped just to’vond a curve. The crash threw En_ *-»-! Filling* and Lls fireman A Letter from F.mln. Berlin. April 16.—The National Zeitung publuihew a mnununication that coriin in*li-rectlv from Emin Pnvha, in which be seek* to rectify the statement* recently made concerning bim by Mr. Stanley. It says that when Limn left the equatorial province with Stanley he was accompanied by a few soldiers only, but this was because the period of twent' days which was fixed by Stanley a* the time for leaving tile provinces was too brief to allow the men to lie re-enlisted. The comtiiunKwtion further says that Du ti Ie remained in the hand* of the Egyptians when Emin left. Stanley brought Emin only twenty boxes of ammunition w hen Emin at that time had in his possession 120 boxes RECEIVED OUR SPRING ANI) SUMMER LINE OF Cafard Ties aid Slipper; BUmsrrk Expresses His Thanks. Rcri.in. April 16.—Prince Bismarck, in a Ie ter to the North G mum Ga»*tte. refers feelingly to the enormous untidier of message- <4 -yin|Mithy which he me ved fr«*m friend** within the empire and a1 »roa<I on the <sx-a**ioii of his rwsigtuition aiel hi- birthday. It would Is? imfsswible f*»r hun. he -uiys, to act in acxxjftlaii*-e w uh the <lesire of his heart and respond to them separ ately Therefore he avail* billie ii • f lh-column* of Ti a Gazette a-* a vehicle bv which to convey them all bis most sincere thanks. guar*is on the Un- of the Luna county levee*, from the nth and the former was quite badly in Mitfei^ippi occurred M<mday. believed to be lex ae “lie .vers. ” A Rill N'jnrd. WARRINGTON, April IC —The president has approved the a-t for th* r -lief of Moldier* and *vihon* who enlisted o*- -s-rxed under a-, inned name« w hile rrvno ^ n the army or navy j d'fing the late To Try < oui Blander Xfr< alin. WonSNiTOR, Aj»ril 16 - Secretary Tracy has appointed a general c**urt martial to meet April 22 for the trial of Commander Mt'a! a U. R. N. Th** * I-ta ll of tile court is as f <11 >* Reer Adm ire i Harmonv. I'apts They were ! injured I ie engine, baggage car and tbs i slrifpnr “New Zealand" were derailed, the 1 first two benu lacily sniaslied The paaseo ’ gers esi*»jie*i injury._ J The ran nm a ('anal. Paris Afiril 16.—At the drawing <4 the Panama (’anal lottery yesterday the iiqukia-tor announced that Hie re^s»rt of the committee of inquiry, rtsviitly «ent to Paiutma to inspect the w»»rk. wtaihl soon be published He said be did not regard the completion of the work as impiHsiLle, financial sup}«>it having already been o)>tamed which wail*I render powerful atwi-tanoe when the situation should be defined by the committee'* report Ad am, Moldrum & Anderson DHY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, ltook»|uu«l Ntatloneiy, AMERICAN block, :tuu-4o: ma    is rn I I;Cl KA 1.0, N. V. mg. li.-IN o CHIMNEYS ■«««’ Erbeti. Memle. ^Va lait anti McNair. I man, Mdler. Wa*12 u£. ais! l.c-ni Gat dd. itll.. I). id vs* cr ad vo Iii* Fatal Ohs’innejr Oswrito. N Y , April 16 — Thomas Glynn, while inG.xuate*!, fell un*ier a kicomotive w hi*-h crudieil bw arm. He was taken to the J di*1 th- 1 k '“P,tJ'l. but —fuse*! to allow physMtaas to v Rrida-    him.    and    hw    mother    also    objected. I WbU ! Tb** die«l in a short time. The physi- ate Clans SHV they could hav- «aved his life More Russian Arrests. HT Pkterrruro, April 16 —A beautiful young girl of high family connections was arrested her# yesterday for attempting to bribe a clerk of the general staff to procure for her rn copy of the new scheme of military mobilizatkm. The parents of the girl were also arrested and all of them charged with being agents of a foreign power Y\ E HAVE THEM* IN I*AT ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FAN* Y COLORED OOZE TRIM MINGS. WE A LSO II A V E A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. F R STREET WEAR SULLIVAN & SON, 218 Centre Street. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer and I ut poi (cr. MAIN ST., DL KF ALO, N. Y. DK. ALK ll IN I bain oiuls,    V\    ate    Ll    es and Jewelry, l.esther Gv’sls, etc. f lock- Silverware. KSU KA VI NG, HOLD «f HIL IKR PLA TISO A COMPLETE UNK OF HOLI DA Y GOODS ««4 MAIN STREET, Oso - t’i Iroquois Hotel $o00 REWARD! VV F. will pay the stere re«ar<] for any esse •I Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick II es* Inc lie, I rd*s«*>tmu, < on^tipstion or CosUveaasa we an ..ct cure with West’s Vegetable Liver Pills, when the dirertior * ara strictly compile*! with. Tliej ara purely Vegetable, aud never fail to tnre satisfaction Sugar Coated. Large texea, containing .TO Pills. IL cents. Beware of wun-D*rfeits, and imitations. The genuine manu-foc ii red onlv bv JOHN C. W KST A CO. te!d by MoKiuic’s Pharmacy. D kirk, N V, rTHtXRONC SORT; THE RfCHT ONES ^ ^rtAKlw I Ut? MD kK ’Mnft «fj( kl Glo. A MtCBETH k CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. I leo to Monroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;