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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. xx.DUNKIRK, N. Y , THURSDAY. APRIL 24. 1890. NO. GO. B HEP RESENT A TI VE U SIN ESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK A NKW KC 1.1Nil M CCH IN K for ruling all kina* of blanks is the latest audition to he Mechanical department of Dunkirk; Print! nffTouii>any. a LRXANUKR'R Coal and Wood Vani TW A Central Avenue, oiiuoeite Nickel Plate .toot AU grades of Hard and Soft Coal, Lumber, Shingle* and Cath. free fells i    Correa pin den oe    tor wholesale Iou tollai ted. Hr. OI PKO KU, m and AW Central Are • Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Photographs of Barnes a specialty. Sitters nee*! not wait for sunshine except for i« I nee. I (DOK IIIMIKKV-Jamik I MV I ft M, Pro-1 I pnew, No. la K. Second street, near Buf-laio street, dunkirk, N. Y. Magazines, Music, Pamphlets, etc., hound iii all styles oglers promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Next month we get tile finest and rare-1 rone* in hundreds rancho* from Holland. Nice weeping ewe for funeral plan ami many new shrubs sud trees, tinier SMM of them w I we will sell so cheap that you must buy «<>nie of Hie in.    Th ¥    V ardikm bi tss. Corner bagle aud Seventh. S^HTOODABT A OU., Palabt A Homey a, lift 7th ■ st .VV anilin gum, d C , opp. I' S. Patent Of-flee Pa un la, Caveats and Ke Issues secured Trade Marks registered All Patent husuua* condoned for moderate Pee*. Informal!'rn. Advice and special references sent on request. isiSW u SWH •erred who can furnish a hors* and give their whole ume to the business. Spare mum en IS may be pi obi-ably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities P. P. JOHNSON A CO., too, Main Sh. Bjchmond. Va._ I .'OK HALE.—Two building lots, Ouxflli, on I Leopard street near Fourth street. Inquire at TS K. Fourth street. IU A Al J r fi For our H» liable Nursery WK a pi I P nMoi'k. on Salary or i .un-•*    a    kaPoiission.    Wrte for terms Need no experience A | I r A ll JT Al *'SALtSMtN Hoi Hester. N. Y. Ii l io n Kit s ('KOCK KHI Hllt'HK, UGH Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Ii porte«i and touaeaUi China. (J lass ware, A< . I iHtl Ttrgi A HOTEL I /    Kale?, ti per day Livery and Hoardiug stable in connectioa. Victor Killer, 3Ht> and HST Lion street. / (ITV HA KURK SHOP I z    I    ba*.    Nagle,    Prop. Under Lake Shore National Hank, corner Unter aud Third street*. A fine ntock of Foreign aud Domestic ct gam. i HINKLIN A NON, V/    SA" t enter street. Practical horse shoers. Particular allento»n I paid to interfering hoise*. Slnwiug of road j ai ^ trotting horses a specialty. I,'ult SALK—A trart*of land In Marion coon-I ty, Florida, la the phosphate halt. l arge or small quantity s to amt purchasers This section is growing more raouily than any other part of the state, mills ami hotels are being built aad r dlmads projected. A good mosey ■ in .king investment < bar Ie* Mann, Kiln Park, Hochester, N. Y. mon Elders*. Boo malted Aes So nuH m M (band •i./k'sw Turk I) UN KIRK KY RN I NO OHS KB VICK Largest Daily in the County. Au unequalled advertising medium I ii NKI UK KNtilNEKKINU COMPANY. I /    Formerly    Ha    I    lew    A    Popple. Manufacturers of kngiues, Hollers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns. Forgings, Casting*, and Machine Work to order. I 11 NKI KH sill KT Hi , MB, *16 an i MI I ‘ Center street. Manufacturers of the rom wall” and "Dunkirk” perfect - fliting I Dress Shirt*. Un sale in all leading furnishing, clothing ftixl dry |uodi Noumi iii Dunkirk. D. r. TOOMEY, Cit and I'M Lorn street^ healer in Flour, f eed, ait. Haled flay. Phosphates, etc. Established, 1*77. tKIE HOTEL and timing bairam, Ii mon J j Depot Easy a» cess to all trains and bus- j .ness houses. Hest accommodation# for Com- j sternal Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. K JI HI E It* A CO.. VT aud IM A Third street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up-aotetenug. Picture Frames made to order. |^t D. NI ATT EMON A CO., ROI Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and (ientleuien Un totters AMU. STEAN H KATI NO CO., ll Manufacturers of H tea rn Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a specialty. a ONE STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirt*.    inc;    Collars, ic; Cuffs, ic, aud Lace Curtains. Free Defiv ary. A W. Cummings, HUT Center street. K. OEHM. h Third st., Ona. of Buffalo Manufacturer aud dealer in Fine Hoots A Shoes URN KY tv El I.EICH NKW STUKE. HH K. Third st. Hook*, Stationery, Musical In-«trumcnts.il ag axine*, I laity aud Weekly Paper* and everything pertaiaiug to a first class book •tore. Achoo* Hooks a specialty. J OH PKINTINO of every deacriptiooand at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, a aud IO K. Second St. I H. VAN Bl KEN A HON, Fire Life, f Accident and General Insuracov Deairs in Heal K-Uie and Loans. Par.icular itrillion paid 0* the care of property oollect-ig rent* Ac. SIY Center st, 2nd floor. R y^OMtOEN PH AUM AUY, JOO Central Avenue icsdquarlent for Wall Paper Pa.ut .Oils, Ac. PERKIN", J. W.. JOO Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Hat ness Saddles, Indies. Collars. Trunk*,ti hips. Buffalo Hobe*,, dorse Covers Cloves Mittens and sleigh Kobe* »> SCHOLTE*. ,    17 East Third street, fashionable Tailor. G#ntu*men will And it to heir advantage to Calion me I**fore purchasing (lac where. [J H. CAKY A CO., . ,    ma Lion street. General Hardware,VV bito Iraad.Oils Painter’* lupjtiu a, nil ( loll is, erat. to Ware. A special-flat blier* ii. Williams Pa. at and Monroe range. I 1.1 NC, such as blank-book*, ledgers, and all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, ti and lo K. Second sc Rudolph moldknhaukk, Cor. Third aud Huff alo Si* . Dealer in Granite, Marble, t nggtuf and Building Stone. Call on me ta fore baying your side-walk. RISI.KT A CO., 7 and V East Front street. Whisky, Wine*, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Cee. KO It EKV M’KAY. I .iou street, near the de|M>t Hoarding, Hale, Feed and Livery stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms SAM J. GIFFORD, SOI Central Ave. (Up stairs), General Insurance and Heal Estate Age ut. Fire, Idle, Accident, and Live stock Insurance. Prompt attention git aa to buying and selling Heal Estate. fit C. JONKE, J_ #    75 K. Third st., cor Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Halt and Smoked Meats, Lard. -^usages. Oyster* and J ATt'H KS. .I KWEI.RY. AC. ‘Buy the Aurora Kailroad Watch. Kepainng a specialty. Frank I. stapf, tkt K. Third st. ^ M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, tie Central Avenue VINEGAR BITTERS Q?. ANDES! MODERN DISCOVERY 'Tri ii iii jill of Pharmacy. The onlv true practical {ELIXIR OI Ll FL AMI MEALTM is one that promote* digestion, improves the ap petite, cleanses the firer, parities the blood, and stimulate* brain and nerves without Injurious reaM-tiou, a..d one lbs. I may be taken alike by adult or infant. Prolane compounds, made of vile rum or bad whiskey, sweetened and flavored, under the titles ut bitters, tonic*, Ae., produce effects tar worse th..n the discase tor which they are taken. k Vinegar Hitters Is a pun tonic, a nervine without being narcotic, a blood purifier without poison, a liver tonic without purging. and above all, a life giving stimulant without alcohol. I he on!v medicine with vuth powers In the world. A HEM INK TEMPERANCE HRVEKAHK, far surpassing alcohol in any shape ss a tonic,and it might be called LIQUID LIKE, since it stimulates, invigorates and regulate* digestion, nutrition, seer. ti »n,excretion.respiration, and .ill the functions whereby lite is maintained— we literally take it vitality In spoonsful. It is not too much to assert that tire equal o Vinegar Hitters does not exist, and no count erpart or compound with similar virtues ha* ever been known. CALIFORNIA, is remarkable for nothing else would he immortalized by the production of the medicinal fruits, root* and herbs of which this Bitters is componed Many of them used by the Indians and the medic* profession in the treatment of chills and fevers rheumatism, catarrh, consumption, neuralgia headaches, liver complaint, kidney disease. jaundice, gout, piles, boils, skin diseases. Ac , Ac., too numerous to mention, but easily understood when the action of th* Bitters on the vital functions is remembered. The discovery was partly acciden-si but the present PERFECT BITTKU8 IS THE RESULT OF SCIENCE. ff Millions of sufferers have gratetuMy and gladly endorsed, during t ne past quarter of a century the wonderful success of this 'PHENOMENAL tonic of the world. In order to meet every probable demand, two formulas of the same ingredient* are now pu up. THE OLD STYLE IS STRONGER, SLIGHTLY BITTER, AND More CATHARTIC. THE NEW STYLE, PLEASANT TO TUI TAUTE. AND EXPRESSLY ADAPTED TO DELI CATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. REMEMBER. There is no disease ot low vitality,'debility o functions, or nervous prostration tor which VINEGAR BITTERS 18 NOT CURATIVE, and its singular power over the lower organisms render* it toe implacable foe of THE DEADLY MICKO AND OMNIPRESENT BACTERIA in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, in ternal diseases, Ac., and so great is its power a* a germicide that it is an UNEQUALLED VERMIFUGE. A book could be written of its virtues, and ar other of testimonials, but it is only necessary to remember us general action upon the liver, blood brain and nerves, to realize its use in a majority of Hie Ills that flesh Is heir to, and that un family should ever be without a bottle of OLD AND NEW STYLE VINEGAR BITTER** IN THE HOUSE. Send for our Ladies* book. Address it. ti. Mcdonald drug lo, York FROM WASHINGTON. $500 REWARD! WK will pay the above re want for any cam .it Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Hick Headache, Indigestion, t onalipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West’* Vegetable Liver Pills, when the direction* are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never tail to five satisfaction Sugar Coated. Large boxer, oui taming SO Pills, '16 cent#. Beware of counterfeit*. and imitation*. The genuine manu-lacure*I only by JOHN C. WEST A CO. Hold by Mowrob’8 PHARM ACY. D> kirk. N v. Free - Car - Fare! Order your Suit* and Pantaloon* of the Silver Creek Tailor. Ile will pay your car fare or send a line of aam pies to select from. $5 to $7 saved tin Suits or Overcoat*. PO. Box lim    SILVER    CK EKK. PROFESSIONAL. , T. ROLPH, M IL, *    Physician    sad    Surgeon Ice over Lyun’s Drug Store. Residence, Centi al Avenue* Telephone No. #. Call# tna> be left at Leon’*. C. 0. Penfold Mnuufacturer and Importer, MU MAIN NT, BUFFALO. N. Y. DEALER IN Diamond*,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Siherware, Leather g*»*h1*, etc. KAURA Pi-VG, GOLD 4 SIL IKR PLA Ti KG A COMPLETE LINE OF HO LID A Y GOODS :i«4 MAIN STK KET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. I do youuL AM PX5HIMNEYS br™ YOU CET THE^WROtfc SORT ; THE RICHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE JUde only by GEO. A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. THE SENATE’S POWERS DISCUSSED j IN THE HOUSE. Wa. Hrsst lurid a* hays lh* Higher Body la Assuming Tan Mush—I-lvaly Itefcsl* •« lh* Psi ssewtkna st It# pu hi I eau Post* masters In the Ssatk Th* ©hishoo** BHI Prm4 W abri MOTON, April 34.-Th# bon"* occupied tbs day in discussing the logia ative, executive and judicial appropi int ion bill, the pend Mig quHtisfl being en the motion t* strike '*ut lh* eta na* providing clerks for A long discussion ensued as to tbs relative righto and |»rivtk*ic** of th* twe bonne* without mach reference to the pend mg bill. Mr. Butterworth said that nine out #f j •very ten r*(»r*w*si tat ive* favored clerk* for member*, but were afraid to vote for it wk#* j tho yea and nay vote wa# called He **»d if b# had a ck Hi he would he worth BIO iou a I veer asor* to bi* conatftuetita. Mr Breckenridge at Keutricky said ©at under th* present rules tbs senti to wa* usurp i lag the flower of the hoi!**, and iu spite of I-* ootitmuing rh * re -tor was becoming the lea.W-r of public op I a mu. After further dia-maha the motion to strike out wa* kwt. hi to ST. Mr Kelly of Kansas started a general debate a* to the |tew*<-lift*rn of Republican pest master* aal out rag** rn the fVruth. speaking te a verbal amendment Mr. Kelly mf J ted to a remark made by Mr Allen of MMt>wri|>pi to the effect that aune of the newly appointed poatplaster* in Mia*i#ai|*pi had movvd their *ffcct* out of the towns into th# country. Thinking that there must be SOHM reason for tills, be had gone to the postoffice department aiel lied been informed that in •awns places it wa* iaapoauble for a Republi-(gu pwiiuMHtoi' to neznire a lmathm iii a U»wn and be wa* obliged to go Rito the I'ountry. A* an instance of th# manner in which some Fte|>u I thrall p»wtmaa4er# were treated in the Mouth, he read a letter from W A. Finley, appointed in May ae petmastor at Abbeville. H. C , who state* that shortly affer bi* ajipointmeut he wa* sat upon by a mob lei by Wan! H Cochran, w»n of (ougreaaman Cochran, ami Iteaten with barb wire and ordered to leave town Mr Kelly bum! while he did not agree with Hie gen lid nan frow Mi**o*atppi (Mr. Altern in bis iTitH-iaiu of tim |jre>*dwnt, be del not •complain that the preeklent played with hi* little grandchild, but he washed be would ■ sui* it long enough to ace to it that every ■nan in the Unitzai Htates, black or white, hi uihlei th* protection of the flag Mr. Allen of Mississippi said that there had iw\ er been a Urn# in the history of the grand old party wbea "©outliern outrages were more ne«-e*"ary for the purpose*of that party than they were to-day. It hail goo* to the vail nu Ute tariff: it bad burst higher than* kite on civil nervate; theele<*tions were going against it, end lf it «-o»rld not carry the el#*-I iou on Southern outrage*, th* chaine* of the g. o. p. were gone Mr. Cochrane said that there was jrnh enough of fact in th# flaming letter which iiml lawn read by the gentlemaa frmn Kansas, relative t«* the Abbeville ca"#, te make iKitastorv. Tbeie wa* a towu; there was a pistofftoe. there was an applicant f«w the IwsiUnastonihip, aud there were some hot nestled vining men, of which bi* non wa* ewe After the war a northern man hail been ap-I SM'»toil postmaster aud had served until Arthur'* term, when hi* died, aiel hi* wifa, a iiioM estimable and aide woman, had brew appointed. Finley had hied an application with the first assurant postmaster general, Au which he had nunrepresented aud defamed lh# character of the patmtdwa There wa* a feeling of outrsg* against him. I bes# young men, not for tbs pur pa# of doing i*iuley any harm, went to hi" house one night sud made some deinoii"tration. 'V ith a guilty conscience, he bad liroken twit at tl»e l«ck ♦low ami run down to the railr1 >ad track. In jump.ng df»wu a cut lie had bn»ken hi# log. Mr. Roger* of Arkansas ca Heil attention to i he fact that under leave to print, the gentle^ man from Kansas hail printed iu lh# Record vile «*nlumaie# on the state of Arkansas, and adad: Had th*' gen tie wan no sh* aaa or de iwncy, no idea of propriety; no character to I tee and none to make? Wa* he lost—irretrievably Let! What sort of a constituency bad bel Did they know him? The speech be Lad printed in The Record w. add be a parlor un I memorial to the character of the man Kamas sent to the national legislature and would accentuate the great bm* KhD'H* #x-jei lenoxl wheu the administration clanned t be service# of bi# estwnitii aud able ptede-« tew.r, Mr. Ryan It was charitable to attribute bi* conduit to meutal depravity that t ame of unprovoked malu*e, or of blind pre-judKte. that idiotic offspring of on unpen# tcable igia>rance. Outrage* occurred in all ►tatzw; crime wa# committod in all state*. Why w a* it that only the South wa* maligned Lit outrage*? It wa* simply for th# purpoae of I#‘btleal capital. Mr. Leat be rebate of Arkansa* wild that l owt-U ('lay baa and Judge Medal*, who had I -en lief ai lied by hi# colleague rn this deflate. ► ©od a# well with the Krpublk-ansof Arkan-, iu hi" !*olle*gue dbl with the Democrat*. Ile wa* rn* hers to defame Arkansan, ar #.Slider her people; but it seemed to ha a crime to tell the truth. It wa# an outrage to *,y that ballot boxes won* stuffed and that n.eu were assassinated and the murderer* not . rested. When it wa* complained that i'»t—s* outrag** were wr^aig, the only answer ex* that Powell Claytott bad done the *anie tweuty-hve year* ago. If to toil lh# truth v a# to slander Arkansas, it wa* neermary alai iuu"t be done. 1'hat than* wa# uot a pro er regard for the purity of the ballot i oui* i not l«e d*wihted. Autem cannot tall the truth that gentlemen do a* A character UU him as a ala rn Ie re r The party in power to Arkansas rented its power not on the vote of an honest naajority, but on stuffed ballot I* lXes. I‘end i ug furtherqii#ru*"i*>n the committee r te aud the house ai b.Xt p rn. adjourned. IN TUE RVI ATE. Wahhi>gt*»n. April *4 —The senate wa* t early all th* afternoon discussing th# co«-t-ranee rvp>rt on the (ikUhouia territorial till. Mr. Reagan addrwwetl th# senate in support of bis bill to re j teal all law* for th** retirement of army and navy offi«wr* with pay. Ile did no without any unkind feeling toward* a*jy of tile claw** referred to. He thought Dint no one should ba allowed privileges nor emoluments ihA common to all. The "en*ta pa#ar.l a hill to create a customs distr ict in the territory at Arizona. Mr. Platt presented the conference r#|iort on the senate bill to provide a temporary government for Ute lei ntorj id Oklahoma The report wa* rewi in full. Mr Butler called attention to th# fact that is .nit- |ir<>viskuis at th* bill were rn direct violation of existing treaties with the I 'hero kse Iud mn* Mr I’latt argued they were within to# spirit of the trnaty. Mr. Vest wild the conf#n*n«w rep>rt established a cad* td law* which bad no connection with th# hill Mr Jfwie* of Arkansas arni Mr. ( uHota, J Ieee ct Usa conferees, defeieiol the report. which wa" agreed ta-- yva*. .VU; us vs, $— Xenatterw Batler. OtekraM. Pug*. Gray and Vast lh# hlU Utter joe# to th* pre«»dcfit. Mr. Matr moved Ie take from the calendar and pew th# wrist* biH appropriate*; $5U Out far an equeHtnsn «tatue to Maj. Gen John Btarke, at Man< hester, N. H. i'onsidersble diecusKitm envied, Mr. Cockrell and Mr. Hawley opining it, with Mr. Moody aad Me^ar*. Evart#, Hoar and Chandler In support af th* hill. Tbs rota on the bill resulted: Yea*. 'Ai. na vs, 8--n« quorum, and the bill went over without final action. Os motion of Mr. Ll ii mb the land forfeit-ur* hill w&# taken up and became the un tin-ifcLu"l businhs*. The senste st fl p. rn. adjourned APPRAISERS’ CONFERENCE. A Mrrtinic Iii New York bioLlii| to the Hurtaonizinc uf t las«iflcati»n*. Nkw York, April *24 — A|*f*r«i"ers Coonier «*f New York, Isee-h of Philadelphia, Metcalf of HL lamia, Kimble of I tetp.it, I envy si San Francisco and Dodge of Rut on. have been holding a cosfsriMKV bere for three weeks A statement at their labors wax given by Mr. I lodge. The conferenr-e wa* for the jairp^ .>f «-®n-rtdering rvrtain prof et- to and appeal* by mer-rhant# and other* ie rngar I to cla-"itk st!<ms af Import# at the varietal ports; ab*o to har-aionise differences of opinion er methods that existed among the sp|>rttL"ing ofll.-ers, a* to valuation, cjawi Beati im, etc*. Some iiu|*orters considered certain dot ie# too high, w heres* some manufacturer* considered the "ame duties too low Home importer* complained that they were ladng underbid be-<**U"e other im|#‘rtors at different |#>rt« got mi advantage iu valuation er classification. Til# appraiser* cains k#getlier to dev mw uniform methods and ahviate thew complaint* The reunite of tlieir agreement will be submitted to the secretory of the treasury. Ha w ill revile them and so far a* he approves them they will lie communicated to all the custom bouw* by cin-ulsr. Th* lunet important caw*" conoid*'red by the prewnt «x)i»-ferem-w were in relation to hat trimmings and hat material. T he next anet important were in regard to rarjieting*. on protest of W. A J. Sloan of New York, again*t alleged too high duties. In regard to elastic web Mug*, manganese ores, gold ores, Chineee importations, starch, rates, watch key*, *>iap*, proprietary medicines, glass, ware, tropical fruit* and He*Ack granite, the question being no cUneurM-ation, it wa# rec<nniii«-iided that the cla"»iflcaUnn of th* tariff act of March 3, lt«€4, w hich wa* considered by the i-onferentw to lie a uniform rate, be adopted. Celebrated ('eses un Trial. Wahhinotgn, April 34 The celebrated California redwood case# occupied the attention of interior department official* yester-ilav for a short tim* Argument wa." heart! by A."."i"ianl Se«*rettery Chandler and A"*istunt Att. rnev Shield* on th* ap|>eal of Beach, Ryan*, et a1 from th# decision of the general land offii-e commmMoner holding for ^wwt-latiou certain timber land eotr*e#iii Hum-Diklt county, Cal., made un.ier the act of March S, 1M7H. It was maintain*"! by the commissioner that the entries were procured through fraud, and that the present claimants me*-# cognizant of the fraud The argument wa* continued further aud sn adjournment taken till to-duv. The Washington Stall** Fund WABBINGTON. April 34 —The ladies comprising the Washington Statue ageist iou. wk* have for their object in arganizing the contributing bv the women of America, of a statue of Ge<»rge Washington to Fraie-e, beld a meeting at the residence of Mr*. Seuatzvr Jones M ra. Stephen J. FAeld preskled, with Mrs Condit Smith a# "ecretary. Mr. Appel-lon of New York, the originator at the nioveinetit. was ah*o pre*teiit. The aatevia-t ion ha# a1 readv received entne-ription* to the amount of 17.GGD, and it i* expected that the eutire amount noxteMiry w ill lie in hand by the tune Hie next meeting is beld iii Dvcem-her. It in est niim ie. I that f^o.UUO will be sufficient for the work. Murder la rn Poorltonse Providence, April 34.—The state in*titu-tio* at ('ran*tou wa* on Thursday night the scene of another tragedy. Mary McCarthy I'Ming ber life at the hand# of Catharine Hanley. The a.'wault occurred in the old women* ward at ll o’clock Mix Norton, the night watch, arrived in time to se* the MeCai thy woman being assisted to a c!<wet where she vomited blood. Un being placed in bed she died. Before dying she san! that Catharine Hanley, who slept in the cot next to her, "had pounded and murdered her.” A ('yclene Iu Texas. New Orleans, April 34.—The Ptoayuneh Austin, Tex., *]tecuil says; A territic cyclone struck Kyle, a town of AfN) inhabitant#, twenty mile# south of here. Tuesday night Many buddings were overturned and some completely demolished The Kyle institute. a two-story building, was lifted from it# foundation and <mrried thirty feet without injuring the structure. Two tine horse# and some cattle were killed lait no person w reported injured. Farm* aud plnntatkm# in th* track of the storm suffered greatly. Hr*. Peterson’s Ito«lv Found. Jamestown, N Y., April *4 —The mystery of the disappcai auce of Lillian Peterson was solved last evening by finding her l»«dv. S* .me boys were rn nu mg logs in the nutlet, when they saw a lush against a I*tom in the water a few hundred feet below lier house. The remain* were in good condition considering that the hail been in the water nearly four week* Th# cane will be thoroughly in vestigated by a coroner * jury Toting Knight Arresftsxl. Chicago, April 34. —Kherman Knight, a young man from Tiffin. O., who is wppteed to have defrauded the Commercial National bank of Tiffin oui of tl.lMi, wa* arrested here yesterday. In his |w#*ket# were found #t?f»4.4.Y He refute"! to make any statement further than to #av that ii* was willing to go hack to Tiffin without waiting for Hie usual legal (leper*. Ax Assignee for th* Plunimrrs New York. April 34 —Eighty per twiL of the creditor* of John F. Plummer Sc Co. have |tetitioti«*d that    Lowell    Lincoln    tie    appointed n"#igiiee of the firm    iii place of    Jere iii lab Murphy, who does not wish to serve Til* court will probably appoint Mr lincoln to-day    _____    __ Demand    Hefter    Par. New York, April 34.—A committee of the Bricklayers I'n ion No. 7 at this city tailed ca the park commissioner* aud asked the same pay for city bricklayer" as outside men received. Their written demand was filed. Miners Fortunately Escape Rock Rpringh. Wyo. T., April 34 —'rher* was no k>a# of life in the coal mine Bra ber* Tuesday night, or even any serious injuries to th* men. Th* nims was sealed to extinguish the fir*. HIF. SOUTHERN FLOODS. ELEVEN BREAKS REPORTED IN ONE LEVEE DISTRICT. A COLLAPSED BOOM Penaeviveet* Repaid leas*. Phii.adkt.phia. April 34 —The Republican state convention will he held at Harrisburg, June 35. Reflresd Tracks Overflowed aad Atma donfd-t Break Near Vidalia WW lek Threatens to Inundate a large •Wetlee Sporting Wens—Results of th* Baseball Games and Turf Events. New' Orleans, April 34 —But little news is being re*-e iv rd from the Pointe Coupe* district. Superintendent Spellman of the Shell Beach railroad says there are eleven break" on the west hank between St. Sophie nod P<‘int* a la Rocha. The Louisville and Nashville railroad is overflowed at Michoo "tation, feurteen railes from New (JE lea os, •»nd all trams ar* abandoned Tuesday iiiglit'* wind caused th* lake water to again encroach ujxm th* rear of this city, but no great damage ba* hero dew* Tire Texas aud Pacifle %ra<-k» have Keen overflowed from a break in tks went l<ank aU>re Port Allen. Texas and Pacifle- trains will lie run over th# Southern Pacific to (’hcnevtlle, a point beyond tk# submerged (list rid. The A maudlin levee btdow Vidalia ha* broken, and much territory will I* stih-nerged, together with the track of the New Orleans aud North writer* railroad. Th* l"»ck water I* approaching the town of Vidalia. OUR FOREIGN MlfHST FRS. A Bill to Make Them Aebiwxtsrs ated lurrease Tliflr "sUrto Washington, April 34 - Senator Hhermen frewi Mi# t"»miuittee on foretgn relatious re-porte«l an amendment to th* kiploiuatoe appropriate! hill giving the title of anilMum «lor to our miniriem to Ureat Britain, Frnoce, Germany wad Rums, the salary te be, a# new , fl7,.riUfl per annum. (>tl»er amendment# propoeed by th* committee to the bill provide that th* xalury of the United States minister to Turkey shall it# 110,000. an iacreaan of §3,500; to Denmark. IT,NXI, an mere*** of §3,500, and to lire*"'*, Poiirn.inia and Bervie, IT, OO, an increase of $1000. Secretary Blaine, in a letter to th* aaa* nutter, recommends the iuciea#* in the salary at th# minister to Turkey. he amendment with regard to the De nub im "Mon I# ai'coiupanitel by a letter fretn Mr llamuR R Antlersea. at til* time the outgoing lienite'iatle minister, strongly urging the iierte.soty of an increased "aitry fer the mm i"4er at Cofieuhage*! in order that be might live comfortably and welL Several letters from Mr Carr, the present munster, cam-plaining of th* inadequat* salary, akto accompany the report. Lieut. I’akMerk Restore"!. Washington, A|»ril 34.—lh# pnasdent, hi the case of First Lieut J. V H Paddock. Fifth cavalry, #e lite need hy ceurt murtHtl to diMiiiiwial from the army for duplicating hts February (1*W) pay aivount, has remitted the Milt"-nee of the court m all re#pe<*ts and restored Lieut Paddock to his rank aud *tan>*ing ta the army. The president ta drill* thi" recall# the lieutenant'* prevtows gaL lant sei-y we; the fact that he received wonnde in a' Don »hu h diaahfed Aku that ' lenvney wa# m<">ninif iidcd by the court martial; that Acting Judge Advocate General Liefer and Maj. Gen Schofield also recommended that clemency he extended, ami til* fin titer fnr-t that th# “act* of th# accused a ars only of a technical . haracter calling for the penalty adjn«l"**d * TR* Ferns era I* Columbia, H C , April 3-1.— A conferem*# of Democratic faxnier#, cou*i*ting ef on# froin each c«aiiity, met bere ye'derrlay and i""U«"1 an ad'lrtte* suHtoiniiig the regular Democratic party of the date, and protect jug vigorously ars inst th* Tillman movement a# forestalling the ar- nm of the Dem ocratac state cob vent ion. and having a tendency to make local government iiiHKXwlhle, and i-beck th- industrial dsvelopmont of the state. YD'rfag Washington’s Tssik W ARRINGTON, April 34.- Th* Pan-American delegatee, »o">mi anted bv a number af -late department off tai*, nasd a vim* to Mount Vernon yeeterday. Th"* Dispatch w»s pla«*ed at their di#p"teal aad. after vnwttwg ’he tomb of Washington, they leek a short tin rhiwn the Potomac. Tke party returned in th* attern#***. Secretary Hknne acctew-pfinie»l th*party. a Winn MU*" Cum vent lea Washington, April *34 — Chark»H« Smith, president of the Woman’s Indisffrial tengne, has left Washington for New Y«»rk city to atteud the ♦'rmvention of Women's ehibe in New York city. Tho rvnvention re for th* purpoae of organizing a federation of women's clubs with a view to the so-ial, mdw»-trial aud political adyanevment of the Hex Sir, Miller Hasn’t Resigned. Mil.WAI KEE, Wis., Aprd 34.- President Miller of th# (.’hi*-ago. Milwaukee and HL Paul railroad, said to a United Press repre-xeutative: “Th# firvt I ever heard of this transfer "tory w a* the article in a ('hkiagw |>rifa>r. bile the Kt Paul can have whoever it de#;re* for president, I do not resign the presidency.” PoMt Oilllf. t’HlCAOO. April 34.—In the cate* of William K Purdy, w ho has lieea eu trial here during th# i st st week charged with murdering Samuel Rencnger near he e last September, a jury brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed hi" punishment at death. I THE MARKETS. New York Produce Kxchange. Ssw Yoax. april 84 ri/H'R fin***! Ann sad uacharigei; fln- srades wmt.-r. §<    JU»    •oriu?    #» -•i|<erUne «at«r, $2 Fist* Th <lo "fir rug. §,' iou# * .5: extra No 8 winter. §2 ?.T>^# I IS: «io sto-ing, § ‘.flfl^aO* -ZITA N<> I wuits    1*. -in » f-t 25 t* ”4; citv mill* -xtrs. §i 4 V<^ t !>• for Wet Indies Soul kora fl.>u- cb <sl "toady and us hangtef: lauiily extr:«#. (J 5>#ra4 flu WH LA I ‘lotion* «qtened esNier under tong liquidation# thought abnit in |>art t>v improve"! refMirts as to th* outlook of lac wincer a beet crop During the greater part of the afternoon price* were lower. Spot lot#    •. caei r Spot -.»#• « of No ? red winu#    yc;    3    do. toutlbc: unjrafed red. »Tiy:x9uo I DKX—opt on# were dull and weak with price# confined withtn carr, .a ring**, closing ‘xdtQc lower. S^#»t iota cIeee.I firrw Spot sa.»w of No 2 amel. 4>^^44c. slew mer mix"! dr; No 8 mixed, it1*: DA'!?" Dptions were a#*tive and irregular with slight flu *tuattons. etOMUig weak and 'tea. '?¥' lower Spot lots dowel stead). 8(<*t sale# of No. I win!- state. 'Sc; No Ii de, .>(|r; No I utiaed. 55c. No i to, :)4L«c PORK Quiet: new i.,.•"*, fix 75 JI I« na LARD owed fairly active aa! tower; Mar. §*..»;Q.. 50 July, *.7df*fl75; Sept V> 7V9 4HV BUTTAR Stew iv: »<"icrn creamery, IO© IS-: dairy ^te-tz-n. fkdf tt> ara tate. 16© I HTCH K I-2-! Stead- factory New York rhsridar colored I frilly- a es* era flat, Hi ^i*'--4c E4»(*S--JStraey: eantora flr-t# frean. I-Sd©Hic; weMesm U*. nae Great taffvrtsg Foilsws the Rash t* Ch* Oklahowia Coentry. Nbw- York. April 34. —A Tm*** special from Topeka. Kau , "av* the wild rush to OklaheHMi ba* its sequel hi the appeal* for aid sew bet rig mail* Being too late to break ground and put in a crop, Ikte who arrived in Oklahoma la*t year with littl# money are now ra a starving condition Especially is thai a- among those wha took claim." expecting to farm. Many of these people bed lieeu led to believe they eeuid plant up to June and gather crop*. Th* reedit u that hundreds of families are now suffering from lack of food. In on* town dup, ton miles from Guthrie, twenty famiiis* need aid aad need M immediately. In th* township immediately e.i-t there ar* fifteen familie# without food enough to U#t twe day* and not a dollar la th* community Ho far as kno*n. more than HOO families ars now without foot! and without money to purchase ii. Th# cities and town* in Oklahoma cannot render a."#i#tan<-e. a# the people there have I teen living upon each ether (tutti they ar* in nearly as had condition, Although bus mesa ap|wireiitlv thrive*. To add to lh# distre#*, hundreds of poor people ar* arriving almost daily, most of whom ar* negroes from the South Tira burden ha# lincoln* greater than can be born* at heme, and th* cities and Southern Kansas have been ap|>*al*d to for assistenc*. On one claim ouly six mile# from Guthrie, are seven pc< •P*«. father, met her aad five >-h lid rex For two w.sle they have bad nothing to eat but cornmeal ami such greens a# they could find. The r#Milt has I*"** xii-k-uess, aenrly fatal, in four ca#** A neighbor, learning of then destitute c«*nditton. divided hi* "tore* with them aud cam* North to seek uniH#"liato aid There are very many iti"tanc«w nearly a# hml. While many settlers hay* enough to carry them <te*r Hie nix mouths that must slap*# lief ors wheat arid eorw will he ready for use; they have, a# a rule, uotbing t* qere Arkansas ('ity- wa* the flrwt place to re-ajNmd te the r-ry for help, and ether phu-es will send food down to th#* territory la a few dave. FATAL EXPLOSION. ROUSING BIG BARGAINS AT TUE- sms STOK,xsi For everybody. The grandest ab (ck of Household Articles, Tinware, Kitchen Goods, GlaKNware, Crockery and Woolie mw are, for the spring and summer season (hat ever was exhibited in Dunkirk. Ladies’and Children’* Hats and Millinery Trimmings. Baskets aud Willow* ware, KUI Glove*. Hosiery and Corset", Ladies* ami Genllei^u'a Furnishing Goods. Yarns and Worsted*. Infanta’ Wear, Ribbon*. Laces, s^ Embroideries, Gres* Trimming*, Button*, Plush and Leather Toilet Articles. Soaps aud Per-fuinety Dolls, Mechanical Tov* and Seaaonable Games. Kxprci* Wagons, Chil" dr en’a Carriage*. Girls' Tricycle*. Bicycle* and Toys, Fancy Braids and Threads, Working Material* for fancy Art Work, complete line of Notions and Underwear. Wa file irons, 41?t% A Boiler Bises t* Fieoes—liar** M«n Klll#d tell Injures!. New CASTI E, Pa , April 24. —An explosion occurred at the .♦'.tns mills, which killed three inca and wounded six l-edly, twe of whom will prolmfly die. At the! hour. while all of Him intel were at work the Hue end uf the big boller ("dlep**-#! with a deafening roar and in a moment th* place was drenched with bot "team A full half hour wa# lost befur* the injured men could bs rescued and the laid deed t##dy recovered. Tb<>»«e instantly killed war* Georgs Klingcnsmith and John Walsh. Johnny Murphy could not It* found ter some time. His body wa" finally di#eov*r*d in the fiv wheel pit, where it had linen hurled and gr ound to a pulp The injur»"t were: Barney Regan, horribly velded. L Kchifnocker, badly hurt by firing deliria and rx-alded; Law rome Fly nil, scalded : Andy Myers, s<-alded; Joe Rounds, arni broken ami bruised; Johnny Myers, burned No cause can he given for the sxyiurioa A Restack? Riftla© Cati.ettnul'rn. Ky . April 24.— Cel. W R. South, rnnnngei of a himber c<»m|>snv near Pineville, on Saturday shot and killed Frank Piti!ii|« Smith wa" a colonel iii the ('on-federate army; rhilli|Mi wan the man who followed the Hatfields aer#sa the Big Handy, | at the time they killed Alifair McCoy, nnd "i u'"«ee< tot iii capturing six of them sari I cdg * mg them in Pittsville jail. Tliey were snb-"equently trml. anil one, Klliwe Monats, has I re mu hangtel, while two other" are in th* penitentiary. Phillip", when he first met Smith, "olive week* ago, charged him with having Phillips father arrested during th* war and wnt to prison. This Smith denied and apjmrently sh ti# fie# I l*iii lligm. Thai night, however, Phillips sought HmiUi’s quart«‘i" and shot him while in Ired, inflicting i a (rainful wound. When Smith recovered ive got from Governor Fleming rd Weal Virginia a requisition on Governor Buckner fur Phillip*’ arret*. Under authority of Governor Huck tier Smith was attempting to arrest Phillips when the latter was killed. Merlons VV reek. He* Moines. Im , April 34. —A Rork Gland (•aw-*tiger tram was derailed by an open switch iii th!" city. One coach was turned over in the ditch ami several pa-cN-ngen were severely injured. The engine and en* Cir passed over safely, and trainmen a«"ert that ti)* switch was turned by Divans ef an iron bar la the baud* ef a train wrecker wh* wa" lying beside the track. AU th* eircutn-stances *up|mrt th* theory that it wa* a deliberate attempt to wreck th* train, tether for revenge rn* plunder Th* injured sr* Mrs E M Poet of Omaha. Carns Hchaff at Adrian. Mich.. A. Trimmer of Anita, La., and William Piper of Des Moines. One gnllon glass oil can* tin jacket, 34c Wire sponge holders, Ilk*. Fancy comb ami brush cases with mirror, only. 23c. Wire vegetable boiler*, 16c. Large coffee mill*. 49c Candle moles. 2Tc. Ten quart copper bottom coffee (Iola, 49c. No. W Clipper bottom tea kettles. UHc I*#‘Si offices. 35c. Large size steamrrs, 39c Fourteen quart bread raiser*, 75c. Fancy black walnut clock shelves, 35c Wash easy wsnIi boards, 35c Dover egg beaters, 10c Ja(iau dredges, 5c. ProfessionkJ c»»ok egg beaters, 5c. Children’s seaside sh ivel*, 5c. Children’s seaside jumbo pail*.ic. Earthen teapot*, 35c. Silferine dressing mugs, lr. Butter stamp*. Be. Individual butter stamp*. 10c Potato maskers. 4 ami 5c. Wire dish clothes, be. Fancy bras* match safe, 4c. Twine match safes, fancy painted. 4c. Bird cage hooks, 4c. Luminous match safes, 9c. Chain bird cage spring, 9e. Cookie (*ans, (asst per doz ) 10c Kitchen knives, 10c. Butcher knives. Ific. Ex strong lemon squeezers, 10c Large size bread knives, 9c. French shoe blacking. Re. Hteel knives and forks, (per pr I 9c White waste brushes, 10c. Lamp or flower pot brackets, 5c. Butter ladels, 10c. Fancy painted slop jars, 38c. Large mouse traps, (best), He. Carpenters’ claw hammers, 10c. Hard wood meat boards, 38c. Bosom boards, 23c. Wood chopping bowls. 5 to loc Clay tire pots, 28 and 35c. Sheet iron fry pans, 9c. All size* dripping paus from 6 to 8 and 8 to 16 inches, 8 to lHc. Patent cookers for roast meats and fowl, §1 45. Handy clamps or band screws, 5c. Dovetailed mixing boards, 89c. Mad irons, 24 sud 38c. Halstead’s porcelain royal boller.cooks all kinds of food, ft 35. Large coliander*. 10c. Pie turners, 9c. Pie turners, 5c. Heavy tin scoops, 15c. 4 quart suds dippers, 10c. Large 2 quart drinking dippers. 10« I ((Hart drinking dipper*. 4 aud 5c. Heavy basting spoon*. 4c. Cake turners, 4c. Large wood handle spoons, 7c. Hound bread mixers, I9c. Tumbler drainers, 48c. Fumy hwing lamp brackets, 28c. Two quart stew pans covered. Bk!. Pot covers, Sc., 4c., 6c. Tea stealer, (heavy tin), I0c. Two quart tea and coffee pots, 9c. No 8 wash boilers copper bottoms, 98c, Ten, fourteen and seventeen quart rinsing pans 21c., 24c., 27c. Tin pails covered, one quart, 5c, on* and one Italf quart, ic , two quart, 7c., two and oue-half quart, 8c., three quart. 9c., four quart, 12c., six quart, 15c. Patent (pop all) corn papers, 9c. Toy sprinkling cans, 4c. Two pouud tea ami coffee canisters. 9c. One pound tea canister, 7c. One quart graduated measures. 5c. Cigar lighters, per bunch, 5c. Hound and square fancy painted bird ( ages, 45 to 65c Square bird cages assorted styles aud sizes, 75 to 95c. Brass bird cages, $1.15. Folding sewing tables, 88 and 95c. Adjustable high sewing aud card tables. $1.26. Coal hods, 24 and 85c. ERIE STORE. A Po wrier Will (Blown I? Ma Rot ETTK. Mick.. April 34—Til* mil] et th* Anthony hoarier company at Negaunee caught fir* and blew up "tex-king th* whole of Mat quetto ••ouuty. Twenty minute* later there woe another heavy extortion of powder throw n out by the flr*t. Th* fir* was "mitered in all direction*. At 12:80 a. in., it woe still briming sud sum*- mf th* (lacking houses of the oomp«ny were in danger. Th* "hock in Lhi* city, eleven mile*# distant, was severe, whit* in N**gaun#* "tor# front* were blown in. No one was killed Th* night watchman. u"ually on duty at the mill, was dispensed with twe days ago The loo" will be heavy. He Broke Bauk Window". Trot, N. Y., April 34. — Bricks were thrown through two largo window# in tho Manufacturer* hank, and Patrick McKenna was arrested. McKenaa ha> broken window" in the "ame hank twice before, having an insan* notion that the batik ow sa him a sum mi money. • b* mail wa# on* tinie - on flntel in the Poughkeejwie asylum lot insanity, but he wa# discharged as cured H* rn ." committed to jail for a medi a! •lamination.    ______ bel B'OO *n rn Train. CHICAGO, April 24— Mow I/*na Woodruff of Appleton. Wi".,lo#t. #7li0 nit ll* oil th# way to this city Monday. Sh# was mnnng to buv a stock of nnllinerv to "tart a store. (Hi the train Mis# Woodruff became sleepy a *d pla<tei tit* puree in the bosom of her drew*, forgetting to button it up. Fb* slept soundly until toe Chicago depot w as t ea- bed. when sire discovered that her purse was misting Her lo** leave* her p*nnil*as. rtinUeeg** t* a Bual. Loc MY I Ll Jt, Ky., April 24— W. P Camp hell, assistant enrolling clerk of the Ken Picky hoitse, has sent a chai leu g* to fight a dael ho Themas H. Davie, editor *i th* Maya villa Republican. Davis published a stat* m*-rit that Campbell had left drbta unpaid w hen be recently want away from Augusta, Ky. Campbell threatens to kill Davis on tight if a doe! is declined. ROOMS TO RENT In the .VtorrtiMnU Rank building. Inquiief >f ti    Jacob Wirtneror Frank May. GARL SCHAUER* 59 East Third St., Huh just receive*! a full line of IT Overcoats ad Tromemg: Equal to any iii tilt* city, anti at prices that will pay you to see him hefoi j purchasing. OUR SPRING AND PUMMER LINE OF Oxford Tie: ani Slippers WE HAVE THEM IN PAT ENT LEATHER ami BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZfc; THIM MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TH EH SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street, Buffalo, N. Y. We have frequeut req newt s hy mail fur samples of new j embroideries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, blit we U*g to ask for particulars j in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or tlouncings, also what width and some idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to none iii the country and superior to any iii Buffalo. The money value we offer is simply unparalled. I here are edgings from J of an inch to IS 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 in great variety. Flouncing^ in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, 10c, I24<\ I 5c and 25c per yard. AII.1S, MELDRUM A A J" Ii K KOO N. 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’1 we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods—all the variety that the l»est purchasing facilities iii tile country can bring together. The Winter stocks are offering great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advari-tageously. Adam, Meldrum 4 Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Bookstand Stationery, AMERICAN BM HK, :a>n-40i vain street, BUFFALO. N V.Cjo to Monroe s tor Curtains and Fixtures ;