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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y.. FRIDAY. APRIL#. 189*. NO. Cl. HEP Ii ESENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES ---- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FKDLRAL I. I. KC HONS. OK DUNKIRK. A NKW HULING HAI'HINK for ruling t\ all klipt» of blank* in the latent sad I ti op Ut hp Mechanic*) Inqixrtiuant of Dunkirk; Print! n|r|,<»m patly. a l.r\ \M»l    ii    un.t %v<««l Yard.TW A Ontrsl Avenue, oiUfOftit* Nickel Plate Aeioi- AM grad©* of Bani ami Soft Coal, Won4| Lumber. Shingles and Lath. Krtn ieliv i Correspondence for wholesale lots »nlt<oi tad. Kit. GirroKli, <m aud tm Central Ave • Artistic Photographer. Inatautancou* Photographs of Habiea a specialty. Sitters aced not wait for sun*hin© except for ‘•able* I SOOK HI NUN. KY—J AMIS lariat}, I’m J A pneter, No. 16 K. frtoond street, near Buffalo street, Dunkirk, N. Y. Malta r i nee, Mn -tic, Pain phi* U», et* ., bound in all »tylen. * »rdcre i»romptlv attended to. All Work a na ran teed . Next month we get the finest and rare-t re©*©# in hundreds varieties from Holland. Nice weeping ro»© for funeral plan and many ne* rh rube and tree*. Order nome of them winch we will sell no cheap that you mind buy nome of them. Til. Y Y A ti It SKM El' I. BM. Corner Eagle and Seventh. ^ I ODD AKI Ain, Patent Attorney*, 61'* Till iiSt, Washington, l». C, opp. I’ S. Patent office. Patent*, Caveat# and Re Issue# «■< nrcl Trade Maf-ka registered All Patent busineM «*n<luciixl for moderate Keen. In formate ■«. Advice and ft|>ecial ref* ranees im*ut on request I IBM totSUI ferred who can furninti a home and give their whole lime lo the bunm hi. Spare mooir ii in maybe p* obi-ably em|>kr>ed alto. A few vacancies in town* | and clues B. P. JOHNSON A CO,, ion* Main j St, Richmond, Va. |  *- I’OK SALE.—-Two building lota, tex#*), on Leopard street near Fourth ntreet. Inquire I at TS E. Fourth ntreet. MR. HOAR INTRODUCES THE IN THE SENATE. BILL McKinley had attid Nothing smacked of mouarctiicaJ forma ae rn i<-h a* the #|#uL* ■TI dnm Mr. Honk* motion to strike out wan lost.— jean, (ll; nayn, lltt. Pending further aet ion Lh# ix nom if tee ti na and the house adjourned. Ii IKt ilKH'N CKOCKKRV HtKJSR, SOf t^entrai Avenue. Wholesaleand retail dealer in la ported and j tomes tic China, lilaanware, Ar. i y ll A i iii *i \ It I ill .I \ /    Raton,    ti    pi    j    iay. Livery ami Moulding stable in connection. Victor Hider, AV# and 837 Lion street. Ct ITV HJV KltF.lt Mini' t    Chan.    Nagle,    Prop., Cinter Lake Shore National Lank, corner I .euler aud Third street*. A flue stock of Foreign and Domestic igars. / HINKI IS Si MON, V    .'Vt'    ie iller street. Practical horne-shoeia. Particular attention i paid to interfering Hoi mw. Shoeing of road J ii . trotting Morass a specialty. IAI A Al T r n Fi,r oUr Reliable Nursery Mf A nj I I    k. LII Salary -«r < om- ” * " ■ ™ “mission. Wr U* for term-. Need no exia-rieuc© Ail FA ll F kl A “ “SALESMEN Bot bester, N. Y. 1(Hlk SA LE—A tract'of land in Marion county, Florida, in the phosphate halt, I .arg# or small quantities to aud pur»*haaer« This section is growl a* more rapidly than any tub cr part of the state, uni)* and hotels are bema built amir Broad* projected, a gn**d money miking investment. Charles Maim, Klin Park, Boc heater. K. Y. T^©NC^rn ■ tm tem#! titre man, itgihi V.B. rmon Elders* Book strength, mal led Ovum to mani d Uruach. NS Umud BL. New I uric I) UN Kl UK EVEN IN(I OHHEKYEK. I,argent Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. II I SHIEK K Nit IN LE It I NU COMPANY. Formerly Sc I lew A Popple Manufacturers of kngiucs, Boiler*, Pulleys, -matting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, Castings, ami Machine Work loonier. I |t SHUCK -HI KT TO., KUH, AIA ami lr Center street. Manufacturers of the Cromwell" and “Dunkirk” perfact - fitting Dress Shirts. On sale in *11 leading furnishing, clothing aud dr)’ goods bouses in Dunkirk, Dr. T1KIJIKV, .    LM    and    Lf*    Lion    street. Dealer in Flour, lee*!, alt. Baled flay. Phosphates, etc. Established, 1877. h KIK HOH.I, anti ■•ming Saloon, Un too j Depot Easy access lo all trains ami bus-'lies* bouses. Lest accommodations for Coni uere’ial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. hi HUR KA St CU., !i    W    aud    W    E    Third    street. Flue Furniture, Cabinet Ware amt Up mustering. Picture F lanes made toorehi. h\ Ii V lr. IM ATT KWON St CU., JU) Central Ave., der# of Fashion ami Gentlemen Uultltters. A UK 1.1. NT KAM HEVTINU CU.. Manufacturers of .-team Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a 8|M*cialty. H OMR NT KA.M LAUN UK V. Our sj*e* ialtie«:    Fine    Shirts, lls-; Cellars Ic; t PIT*, vc, and Lace I urlama. F ree Dolly ,*ry. A VY. Cuuiiniugs, AC Center street ii.1 K. OKU M. FT Third st, cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer ami dealer in F'lne Hood A Shoes URN It V WEI LEHN NKW NTOKK. IIM E Third sL IkKiko.-tuUonerj , Musical In — juU,Maga/.i:.es,Daily aud Weekly Falters rerytlnrg pertaining t v a tlrst class r#*»k Achoo. L«s*ks a specialty J oil PKI STING of every descriptor an J at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and HI FT second SL ti VAN    BU KEN A    HUS, Fin*    Lite, Accident    aud General    I hmiihc.*    Deal* » IU Ileal Estate and Loans. 1‘ar.iculai kntitMi paid    to the i ire of    properly    coltoct- . rent* Ac.    ill* I « nter st.,    sud door. ON KOK’* PII AUM ACY, aik) Central Avenue ‘udquarters for Wall Paper Faint .Oils, Ac. CKH I.VI, J. W., Str.i Center atioet. Manufacturer and dealer in llatm-ss.Nad ’.Ie*. Undies, collars, Trunks,ll h pa, Buffalo Koltet>, Ho. se Covers Gloves Mittens and sleigh ttohm f> tK HULTK-. J .    17    Fa*#t Third street. t ash ion able Tailor. i*entlemen will dud it to their advantage to Calion mo before* purchasing elsewhere. I ti. CAKY A CNE, .    JIMS    Lion strvwL .euera) Hardware,* hilt* Lead.DiIs Painter’* pol ie*, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A »)>ecial-»l Nherwii. W illiam* Pa.ut and Monroe rangt. i I UXI, such aa blank-books. ledgers, and u ad kinds oi blanks done al Dunkirk Printing Company, h aud IO E. Second NL VINEGAR BITTERS GftAND&ST liOLEH J DISCOVER l'rluiit)»l» of* I‘liar ump,y. The only true practical (ELIXIR OK I II L AM) ll FA Ll II it one that promote* digestion, improves the ap petite, cleanses the liver, pun be* the blo.^d, aud stimulate* brain ami nerves without Injurious reaction, a. d one th%i may be taken alike by adult or int.ut. Profane compounds, made of vile rum or bad whiney, sweetened and flavored, under the ti lev of bitters, tomes, A'c.. produce effects tar worse than the disease fur which they are taken. k Vinegar Bitters Is a pure Unite, a nervine without being narcotic, a blood portlier without poison, a liver Unite without purging. and atroce all, a life-giving stimulant without alcohol. I he only medicine with sinh powers in the world. A GENUINE TEMPERANCE BEVERAGE, , far surpassing alcohol in any shape as a tonic,and j it slight be called LIQUID LIFE, I sine* it stimula'es, invigorates and regulates di \ gestion, nutrition, seen tion,» xcretion,r spiration, I and all the functions whereby lite is inainlaintd-! we literally take it vitality lu spoonsful. It is mg too much to assert that Hie et pi a1 o V inegar Bitter* does not exist, and no count erpart or compound with similar virtue*, has ever been known. CALI Kl IKM A, is remarkable for nothing else would be immortalised by the production of the medicinal fruits, root* and herbs of which thi* Bitters is compoed Many of them used by the Indians and the medics | profession iii the treatment of chills and fever* I rheumatism, catarrh, consumption, neuralgia headaches, liver complaint, kidney disease, jaundice, gout. piles, boils, skin diseases. Ac., Ac., too I numerous to mention, hut easily understood when the action ot the Bitters on the vital functions iv remembered. The discovery wa* partly acciden si hut the present PERFECT HITTKH8 18 TUE RESULT OF SCIENCE. 4,Millions of sufferers have gratefully and gladlv endorsed, during tne past quarter of a century the wonderful success oi this PHENOMENAL TONIC OK THE WOK LII. in order to meet every probable demand, two formulas of the same ingredients are now pu up THE OLD STYLE 18 8T HONG ER, SLIGHTLY BITTER, ANI) More CATHARTIC. THE NEW STYLE, PLEASANT TO TUE TASTE, AND EXPRESSLY ADAPTED TO DEI.! CATE WOMEN AND CHILDREN. REMEMBER, There is no disease ot low vitality, debility o functions, or nervous prostration for which VINEGAR BITTERS IS NOT CURATIVE, and its singular power over the lower organisms renders it the impiai able foe of THE DEADLY MICRO AND OMNIPRESENT BACTERIA in malarial diseases, cholers, consumption, in •.em a I diseases, dc,, ana to great is its power ss a germicide that it is an UNEQUALLED VERMIFUGE A book could he written of its virtues, and ar • other of testimonials, hut it is only necessary to rem tnber us general action upon the liver, blood brain and nerves, to realize its use in a majority of the ills that ti os 11 is heir hi, anil thai no rainily should over Im* without a bottle of OLD AND NEW HTY LE VINEGAR BITTER8 IN THE HOU8E. Yend tor our Ladies' hook. Address Ii. ti. .vtciMiN AUD DRUG COYOTL RI DOI.Ult MOI.HEM! ll EK, Cor. Third and Buffalo si - . Dealer in Granite, Marine, . .* Effing and Building Slone. Call on me < for* buying your snie-walk. Iv I MILKY A IN)., 7 ami t* East Front stroot. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor blore (or Family Use. LyOHEKT MCKAY. ^    Lion street, ueai toe depot. Boarding, hate, Feed aud Livery htabie. -tabliug by the day or Meek on reasonable terms. SAM J. UlFFOKD, JHI Central Ave. (L j stairs), General Insurance ami Real F'.sun Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, aud Live Stock insurance*. Prompt attention git m to buyiim sud selling Beal Estate $500 REWARD! WE will pay the alture reward for any «*as< if Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, hick Headache Indigestion, < onsiication or Costivenei** w -annot cure with West’s Vege ta hie Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with They are purely Vege ta hie, and never fail t* rive satisfaction Sugar Coated. Large bove*, xmtainmg BU Pills, lift cents. Beware of counterfeits, and imitations. The genuine maim (■cured univ bv JOHN C. W K-T A CO. Sold by Monkok's Pharm acy. D kirk, ** v, Free - Car - Fare! Order your Suit* and Pantaloons of the Salver Creek Tailor. He will pat your car fare or send a line of sample* to select from. #•*) to $7 saved od Suits or Overcoats. P. O. Box 1B9.    SILVER    CREEK. ON Km. 75 E. Third st., cor. Deer. or Meat .Market. Flesh, -alt an Meats, Lard, ss usagee. Oyster* aa*- HKN, J*WELKY, RC. r the Attrora Railroad Watch. Beiutiriug a Hpei ialt). ink F. 8Upf, Ha K. Thinl st HH.KKK, Merchant Tailor, MS Central Avenue PROFESSIONAL. iOl.PlI, M IL, Physician aud burgeon • Lf olds Drug htore*. U«*si*Ieuec, Centi al Avenue Teh phone No. f». jails mar be left at Lvuu’s. C. 0. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, 3H4 MAIN MT., BUFFALO, N. Y. DEALER IN Dial nolo In,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, etc. KAO RA 17 AG, GOLD 4 SIL IAR I'LA TIAO A COMPLETE LINK OF HOLI DA I GOODS MAIN ST It KET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel BREAK? IDT,' THE RICHT ONES bWjIWF* *r ANO ARE Chief -1. pm Dor* fliaigrd With Fnfore- Ing the Laws — Method for Providing Prof# rf |..ti When Danger hi Feared—A Feller*! Hoard of fsmsoere-- Work off til* Day In House and —enate. WArmington, April 25.-Mr Hoar, from tba senate cviuiiiiittee on privilege* and elections. mporteil to tbs senate ynsterday an original bill “lo amend and supplement til* *le<-tioii laws of the United State* and provide for Hie mote efficient eiifore-emant of aich law* " The bill etui rues chief supervisor* of ejections at ctoctiona for representatives or delegati f* in congress with the enforcement of the nation d «*le«*li<si law* and with the prevention of fraud* and irregularities in naturali-catiou Whenever 1«N) or more citiaen* quail Bid voter* ut aujr city or town of 2K,(Nk» lu-liabiLtnts or upwards, or any congref*»ioual district, no pert of which is iii Mich city or town, shall j»et Ilion the chief sujn-rv u*<>r alleg mg danger Hint the eh*lion will not ie fair aud free, Mi] sr vision is to tie provided f->r. The chief supervisor is to inform the judge •*f the circuit 'Wirt, who within ten days is to open court and keep it ojieti until the second day Kt|c> wed mg th* election for th# dis char" * of all duties devolving U|*>ii him bv juiv federal election law. Any resident, qualified voter of good character who can read and Witt English may make application to Im app qnted MU]*tvi.M»r. but in preparing lists of perilous eligible a* supervisors lh# chief supervisor is not to be ai fined Pi 'he applicathm* revived. Any pere* ai falwly birring a name to a |**tition for Mi per vi*or is to tie punished by a tine not exceeding 4sIHG or impiTaoiuneut not more than dx mouths or I*Mb From the lists furnished, the circuit judge is to appoint double the numlier of super-vtaor* to which the pla e i*e«ititle<L aud from Dicse ap|x iituwuta the chief supervisor is P» appoint in each district two peretous of different po|iti<*ai tMrtb* and one additional person who shall serve on election day aud until the completion of the canvass. The supervisors are* declared ejection ollicerx and t is made their duty, iii addition to duties requinsl, to make in any town of .*fl».tNI0 inhabitants or upward*, a house to house can vans, if directed, and to reqsirt in writing, and to make iii any such town, when requires!, a list of (M-rsons naturalized therein. •Supervisors while canvassing are forbidden to inquire the |*>iitical views of fiersoux can-vasM*I The state, territorial or Jowl in-spector is to «*anva.ss tile ballots and to certify a return in duplicate. The stnU iii*-nu pre-)iared by thi*sc hicul officer* are* to tie submitted to the supervisors, who are to compare them w ith their tally sheets aud cauiass of I>hI lots. The bill provides for the aiqiointment of a federal boun! of canvasser* of t blee jiersotis iii a congressional district where federal *u-!>ervidon has lieen aske<l, not more than two ■o ls*l<>ug to tho same political jiartv. They are to convene on the Monday following election day and to mu Vass the votes. The I ma rd cert i Acate i* to oon-titute the lawful credentials of the candidate elected, the chief upervisor and the United States marshal to determine in tMiifereiice how many deputy marshal* to n)>}ioint. The deputies are to take charge of the lialiot Jinxes, if so in-; triK-ted, as sou a- the vote* are canvu>aei| nisi to deliver them to th Whenever it npjiears bv affidavit that errors Hate (sl urred iii the determination of any I ward of caiivfisjsMN. tin* circuit ceurt may require the board to cor: .s-t the error. IN TMK SKN ATR. Waibinotov. April 25.— In the senate ves-; terday, on motion of Mr. Uray, house bill to j transfer the revenue mar na cutter service from the treasury department to the navy detriment was taken up Fending consideration of the bill Mr. Hoar reported from the committee on privileges aud election as an original bill a lull to amend Hie federal ele<tl'>o Jaws of the United States. Mr Pugh, a member of the committee, laid the lull was opposed bv every r»enio-"’ratic memtierof the committee and *jwke in opposition to it. Mr. Hoar spoke briefly in support of the hill. Mr. Sherman then took the fluor in opjwd-tiontoihc revenne cutter transfer bill, de* noutuing it as a bills* to every officer in th# revenue marine service, becall e it mcfvased their comls-us.itton and placed many of them in th** retired list. At 2 p. rn. the land forfeit lire* btl I was taken ip as unfinished business, and was dis use! for seine tune, but without action went over. After a short executive session the senate, at » JG p. in., adjourned SPORTING MATTERS. Most of the IS <<»e Gal I f»Min**s Po*l }><>uel. Him at Linden. PLA VERS1 LE AG I K At Buffalo — tuffalo    .    7 0 7 * 0 0 0 0- 18 J Ie vela nl    1030201    IT 15 Base tuts Huffn'o 5. l1«-velsii I IS El re ire- —Huff ii* * 0, Cleveland 5 Batteries— Haddock and Mie k. (ileas<-u and Lit. I iff* I’Uipii ** Hiiight and J 'iiei At Boston Breton __________0 0 I 0 0 0 I 5 •— 7 Brooklyn    ...0    00000    1    0    *- 8 Base* lilts—Reston 6, Brooklyn 7. I Errors—itoston J, Brooklyn k B tt* riea- tta..Uoiii a aud Murpby: Murphy an I { CWI Umpime—Gaffney sn* I Barnes At Near York- New York-Philadelphia p ’*tpone.I; min At Pittnbuiy Fittahurg-Ctu ago game I poled, rain NATIONAL IAMU'X At Boston — | B wton  .......... ....... .0    OOO New York................. 2    0 0 0 New Yolk refusing    tq^ abite    by a tit J the umpire. McDermott,    the    game na^ Boston 9 to 0. Brooklyn Phladelptiia game post game |si*t- I 0— I 0 0—2 istoo of given to Pittsburg-t'indnuati game post At br«H>klvu p sied: rain At llttahurg pined ram. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Hi i>i mi*— Kt Louis    ...... I    0 2 0    I    0 Toledo    0    I 0 3    I    0 Hue bit*-    Hi.    Louis    ll. Toledo A F>ror* Si    l>mis    ll.    T*>le«i,) I. lotteries Ramsey and Meek; Smit ti and Sage Umpire* - O P *H. At I’hil.uleli.h•«—Athletic Syracuse game |*»st I «ned: ram. At Louisa die I/HiteviUe-t)olumbus game post-. fxmed; wet rouud» 2— 0— THE HOUSE AND SENATE. iiltlw speeches iii Oppoalt Ion to t'tvll service Reform. WaBHINgti-n, April 25. Th** h< n*e yestter-(iay, in comintiti*e cf thewhi4*». worked on ihe Jcjrislative n|ipr«qinatioii bill mid dis • lisped the cit ii s»*r\ us* law. Mr. Uumndug* of New York moved to increase t >e salaries of L*»us*‘ “cloak T'Kimmen** from tCMal io EP*) i**r year, and Uiw led to a I1 114 discu-seui <»i tic las >r question. VY heil the clnuso ajipre* riating salaries for .he civil aer vue col nm is tun wa- real h**l Mr. <'Maimings made the point of order ti tat it *>As pot projnuly in the bdl. Tile cruumia--ion was neither kguiativt, executive, or .tidicial. Mr. Butterworth of Ohio (tilled attention to the fact that the title of th»* I.ill included i lie words, “and for other jmrpo-j*-.* Mr. Cun ming*lepii d that th** commission was for no ji.ip--e.it all. It should be name*! the great *U|s*i visory commission of t ta goviTiiment and turned l(*ree uj«iu the I md. Its u>urjmtions were getting to be monstrous. A* comiuotwl it had tiewii a s andal to tile government. Instead of con* tiling itself to the similar duties, as indicated I y law, it came lief ore congress ui toe lull as a legislative, executive or judicial institu-l:oa. The appal nit ignorance of some of I lese Commissioner* had h**en largely dis-I layed The insolence of office was navsr batter exempiiitod. The first commissioner gave mole uiigram-uatical am ten ce* in iii* letter than were to bi found iii English a* Sue is S|M>ke”; the l> ck of know ledge of the l*>ard was lament -; l»le. Even ex-Govemor I honqrenui of .South t trolma, ole* of the COtiunissiouera, he said, ii id ttcen obliged to make the humiliating (sinfeesi m that he did uot Enow that the 11,SA) clerk of the commission wa* required by law to U< a stenographer. Nor did Mi. I.vman. the pre*id«*ut of the (Nunniissioti. Mr. HiMis*>\t*lt. the brilliant and ■ccoinpli.ihed cowboy, lutew something about it, but did nulling. Win never caught iii nu illegal et. the commissioners made their ignorance their excuse. Th**y did not know w here* they came from or where they were l*>un»i. None O' them could box the compass. Even the Smithsonian prole sots would be at fault in characterUing the commission. Mr. Uummmgs' |*»int of order was overruled. Mr. Doney of Nel>ra*ka moved to reduce the nunil**r of commissioners from three to one—he thought one enough—tv carryon tai* little bureau of the government. Mr. SpiiKihi of New York denounced th® civil service law a* un infamous imposition on the people, and a complete humbug, iu csiflict with every priiwijde upon which the government was founded Mr. Dorsey's amendment was ruled out. Mr. liouk of Tentawwee moved to strike out the entire* civil service clause. Mr. Briggs of California denounced the civil service law. Mr. Honk of ivnnessee denied it was cow-srelly to s.luke out the apfxrofirtation. lf there wa- anything cowardly a I* nit the vhole matter it wa* thi* attempt to smuggle through an increased appr<*pi iation w hen the system st’**i under mdictuw-nL Mr. McKinley of Ohio earnestly opposed toe motion to strike out the appropriation.* I. the Republican jiarty of thin country was pledged tv one -.ingle thing more than another it wa* the maintenance of the civil service law. The merit system was here and here to atef. Mr. But terworth iadoried every word Mr. Linden Knees. Ijnoen, N. J , April 25.—Yesterday’* rm*e* resulted a* follow*: First rs(*»*. I mile: Nilleck first. Autumn Leaf second, King Idle third; tim# , 1:441{L Keenud rs e, % mile:    Seadrift lir.-t, Esau chief sujxTvisor. j second, Harslairg third; time, \ Third race, bx mile:    Major Daly first, J Stonemason second, Watterson third; tune, bat*. Fourth race, I I - IG n»i!*w:    Castaway II first, Golden Keel second, Ualvini third; lime. I.INf^g. Fiftli ran*. mile:    Bobcniian first, Count luna second, John Arkms third; tune, I MOV Sixth race.    furlongs:    Ivittie first, I'.est Boy se# sin* I, Favors third; time, Their Deiiiaiirl* Refused. Pittsburg. April 25.—The grivance com-j niittee of the Federation of Railroad Ein-! ploye* has received re*plie- to it* demands from the official* of all the railroad- in tjhe city except one. Tin* demand* are r*f"vdin every in*tancw. While the official* do not say they will not jay the demand, they say that they are only bound by the advance already milan it ted. Another consultation will I** held, and if no agreement is reached then the supreme court of the federation will take charge of the matter. It was k arms! that the engineers will also present a list of grievances, and have assured the federation thst in case of a strike they will re*-ftt-e to baul tramsinnniNsl by non-union men. store Blown I p by Dynamite. Delavan, Wit*., April ‘25.—An explosion of dynamite in the cellar of the drug store of H. H. Donne wrecked the building, breaking windows several block* away and damaging adjoining outbuildings. The roof of the drug store was blown off, and this was followed bv u sheet of flame which enveloped the entire building. Four men were* in the drug store* at the time. Mel Bumbard and Dr. Patrick were rescind, the latter badly hurt. Domi« and an unknown man perished in the flumes A hard wind prevailed, anti only heavy fire walls on either side prevented a great Im*.______ Mr. Mor**.• Won aa Impostor. Washington, April 25.—A disjiatch from Chicago publish'd in the New York Herald announce* tile arrival in that city of Anselmo Morago, w ho claimed to have represented the rejmbSic of Chili iu th#* l’an-American conference, and who spoke in disparaging term* of the work accomplished bl tile conference. No such jiersoq as Morago represented Chili or any other country in the conference. The Chilian delegate* were* the Chilian amtia.v-ador, Mi Yura*, and Chief Justice Alfonso. An lii-Aii* Man’* Ite»tti. San Francisco. April 25. — A stone catter nulled Michael Lane shot ami fatally wounded hi* wife and then blew out hi* own brain* Lane nod iieeu unwell for Home time and it is *upjMised that lie committed tike deed in a fit of insanity. The couple had lived happily together. The tragedy was discovered bv a young son, who returned boom from *ch'»o and found his intents on the Amu* dying A Missing Man’s Body Found. Toledo. O.. April 25. —The body of VYill-iam IL »fl man wa* found floating in tb«* Maumee river, near La Grange street wharf. Hoffman formerly worked for tile Toledo Transfer company aud disapfiearwd about three month - ago. This L* tile first that ba.* beeu discovered of his w hereal*mt*, aud it is not known whether ha met hi* death by accident, suicide or foul play. TI hr ll’ Donovan Ross* Cm**. New York, Ajird 25.—Tl»e case of O Don-ovan K#wsa and his printer, Wilbur Hendrickson, for hulling Patrick 8. Cassidy, was up in court of oyer and terminer yesterday. Roma woukin t admit that be had any hard feelings against Cassidy. Patrick Kane and James McGrath gave sums uuuuportaak evidence for the (Wanes. ANOTHER LEVEE BREAKS. MOST OF THE PARISH OF TENSAS UMDER WATER. Every I titillation In Pointe Coupee Pariah Hooded by the Hrrak at lt*yt»« Nara. People Mad Cattle Taken from the Broken tern** bv Steamers — Thirteen Parishes Will he Overflowed. Nfw Ori.f ann. April 25.—^The Point Pleasant lev #. Ten-** parish, twenty-eight mile* balow Vicksburg, broke yesterday. It was a very mpiortant levee. Meet of Tensas parish will doubtless be fl.>oded. Hup rintendert Grant of the Texas and Pacific railroad say* that #20,1100,BKU worth of property will lie irretrievably damaged by the brent iii t’*» Mergansea levee The people ought t.* have *q**at lAOd.OUl) in saving the levee, 1 r a ii let it break aud then make a great (uh# a lieut sending relief. Every plantation in Pointe I'oujiee parish ha- bee IL axled from th* Ba volt Sara bleak, 'fund reds of fa in 11 ie* are komeles*. All the levee* are* bruken. Thousand* of cattle have bern drowned. It u# probable that many people in the interior have jierished. The relief steamer Dacoiah found groups of Moores of js-ople, whiles and black*, some y it ii bable- in arms. I hey were huddled on LriolD between the brokeu levees. The steamer gathered them in. Many starving cattle were passed A family named Luke, consisting of fifteen jiersoua, wa* rescued bv the Dncotah. They < wii-d a large plantation, a well tilled store and lf kl head of st<* k. A crevasse sixtv feet wide occurred right in front of their botas-Monday, and the fi<*»d destroyed all their I re.}* i t v The tanidy narrowly escaped, but managed to rea<*h tile levee al*»ve the break. Many similar tale* are heard. VV lien the Da<otnh re died Bay hi Sara she had ten he d of (‘attle and MW people a I »o.i rd Vfte landing them vhe stinted am another relief trip. Pre s'deut Glvnn of the police jury says t'»irte ii |mi isle * will h* overflowed in that district. ('rain* Again Running. New Oi l kanji, April25.—Favorable winds Lave caus*. I the gulf water to re«*ede. aud the I,uir- Ult* an I Nashville railroad trains tire* agal.1 running. The lake water in the • utskirt* of the city is also receding. The Him is Central railroad will prol**b|y re--unie traffic ooh. The Texas and Pacific's track is still overflow d. but its train* are i inning over ti • Southern Pacific. The '.orth'fistern t ■! ml 1* in good order and is carrying the Illinois Central traffic. The ■ louisville. New Orleans and Texas has been Hie worst sufferer by the overflow. FIRE AND EXPLOSION. Haver ai Felines Killol and Inju ret In a ( onfljgi at Ion at < ata-wqui*, Ka. C AT ANAQUA, Pa., April *.Y — ti (» o’cliK-k yesterday morning fire whs dlsctivervd iii Die large new building owned and fxs*ti|*re*l by the Unicorn Silk \^i nu fact ii ring company Af New York city. Au alarm was quickly -oui)de<I, but owing to the early hour tile Are (sui 1J in ii ie*, which are* ts*ni|»nsod of volunteer workingmen from the different furnace*, tact#irie* and mills, were under the impression that Die whistle* a* Usual were calling them to their day’* work, and did ikR reepond until the fire had a headway of alo it twenty minutes U|!on their arrival at the aren* of the con flagratioa, considerable difficulty was experienced in securing water for th** fire engines, on the md! wa* built on a bluff overlooking the l/rhigb Coal and Navigation company’s canal, and the liekigh river wa* half amie from the town Tliey ran their engines down a hill on Die other side to the anal and *000 bad two streams of water on the budding. w hich was bv thin time a mass of fismes In spite of the intense heat the firenma worked like heavers in bcf*** of saving t he t*non*urn and the engine house, and here ta where a catastrophe took place which has thro wa the town into a state of intense et citement, and cast a gloom over the entire neigbl*»rh<*»d. While the firemen and other* were work mg hard to control the fire an explosion of i itriol and other acids took plni*e. and ta-fore tile firemen could esc*]** several of their number were caught by the falling walls and many were injured bv riving debris. The following have l*s*n taken from the bull ing:    John    Goods, age I 27, a prominent 1’Hing luau, leaves u wife, killed by a tailing wall; Joneph Lodigiana, Italian, Lim* dyer, killed by a falling wall; two other*, Inxiies not yet recovered and names unknown; I'Iv.vses G Everett, aged IS, fatally injured, (ledge Pf att, fatally injured; Chares* Frick, si nil fractured aud ternhlv burned, will die; Michael Moran, internally injured, cannot live; William Price, head cut. injuries not fatal; William Fen-sternun her, broken and burnt; Thomas James, burnt and hit by falling debris, not sriLhis: George Kehnel, slightly injured about the head; I *tcr I>**rh»lunier, cut by filing gin** and debris. Many others were injured slightly. The fire is supposed to have lM*en caused t#y sp#>n-tane<His «sunbnstion in one of the (lacking re#lins. The l»*sx on the buihiings is $50,0110, machinery $-I5,obg, stock *25000, Partly hwBid._ ROUSING BIG BARGAINS AT TUE--- jjEsxiLziJs: s5rr,’C>:iX.3ESj For everybody The grandest stock of House!) id Allicit**, Tinware, Kitchen j Good*, Glassware. Crockery and Winnie ware, for the spring aud summer season that ever wk exhibited iii Dunkirk, Ladies and Children s Hat* and Millinery Trimming*. Baskets and Willow* J ware, Kid Gloves, Hosiery and Corsets, Didies’ aud Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Varna and W orsteds. Infants Wear, Bibbons, Laces, and Embroideries, Dress Trimmings. Buttons. l‘lu*h and Leather Toilet Articles, Soaps aud Per* Turnery, Dolls. Mechanical Toys and Seasonable Games, Express Wagons. Children's Carriage*. Girls'Ti icycUs. Bicycles md Toys, Fancy Braids and Threami. Working Materials for fancy Art Work, complete line of Notions aud Underwear. KlMMLER'S execution Sj!e of Yetvrllnx*. Nashville, Tenn., April 25— Sixty one yearlings, the pet of Luke Bise burn, Iro* 4,11 - P* amble, <Jre*at Tom and Enquirer, ii cfd J*- I of yestereiav at the twenty- t hid mini..ii sal* at Belle Meade, which be-i.nn in tite rn ruing. The total su'.e* aiuount-• I to **■!.*.'■, an average of ti IG, A I «r colt (I i ther to Inspector B). !»v Enquirer. dam < Vi I a. by Colossus, sold to Dwyer Bros. f or KI.OUG Dry lit, >2.000; bay cvilt (hr-’ther to Miss Pore!), to .Uke Johnson, *2.000; brown colt, bv Iroqiiou, to Marcus Daly.    #    h'~<t- nut colt, by Iroqutds, Marcus Daly, Ff.5U0; I iv filly ter to Hands DIT*, bv Luke Blackburn, Marcus italy, $3,AUM. A Big sulk# On. CONNEL! sen i.i i’a , April 25.— Yesterday the xixtv drys' notice given by the coal min-p ■* Mud <*•<'•* worker* of the Smithton district ( \p” < d. an I a *ti ik* bringing out over 1,000 ii 'mix .11 The denim el* of the miners are Preparatbms About I ompl#»«*«! — Invitation* I xx ue»l by (be Warden. Auburn, N. Y., April 25. — Preparations for Die electro-execu?iob of Keinmler are (•radically esnn;ilete»i Thecoiideiiined is re--lgned to hi* fate, acknow loige- it* juxtneH#, and manifests sincere repentance for hi* w icked • leo J Rev. Dr. Houghton of the First M E church, who \ i-it* him upon alternate days, brown colt, by Iroquois, to Sam j i-s thorough Iv convinced there* i- n*»x .aintmng alxmt In- penitence and hi* c .iivei**ioii. Warden DiirsGm received a letter from a crank ordering th*- immediate re>l*,v-e of Kemmler. It sri* dntcd .New York and signed ’George Ii !#•*!. Governor pro tern,” The ward-n has issued hi* invitations for the event a- follow*; Orrica r Aonrr avo Warosw or Aim ai# Phisos. Atrail rn, Ail ll 21, 189" Mr l)r*K Sib-The intlH-tion of the death p nal'y by electricity ou Mililani Kctotnler ha* teen fixed for til© week commencing th© 28th uixt Under se. (ion 54)7, chapter fS1.*, of th© laws for the recognition of the Columbus scale of j ,,f ,*'H-    *• m* duty to invite twelve rcpiitahl* I ices for mining at all works in the district, i C*V/*,r tu l>*' l*r** **n' rf ’I ms is ;,5 ’ en tx jit*r ton. The present price r.uigi s fremi 40 to GO #?eiiLx * rik»*rs are struggle is well organize*I exjiretad. and a protracted M is-lonarlex* Meetine. Boston. April 25. —The American McCall .Vi- mn .*i—w.-tiion adjourned after electing t i© fed twin*: " ii #*rs. President, Mrs. Chaxe a. I'(‘ii i* phi t; vie© preeidentN, Mrs James A. Gar.* . Id, .vli-s. Frances Wayland of Conli »<*ticut, Mrs. W. II. Penn of Maine, Miss \Y ll Adams and Miss AY I, Dawes of i > n-saeho-ettx, Mrs. L*w Wallace of Indiana, b r*. Van I5itt»*m of Vermont, Miss France* ll. Grex*ne ot lib «d« Island and other*. Not Drntik, But Dying. New York, April 15. —Diern* Bayard Cox, a n of ex-Congress!nan Cox of North Carolina, 1^ dying from the effect* of a fall, his *k till ••©ii', fractured. He was i ti the grad ii ating ©Li . of the medical #X)lJege. The police a e cen.xiiresl for treating the case as one of •ii unkeun'-as and i»«*giect mg to summon tiled ic.ii nasretance. It i* now known that Mr I ox had not l**en drinking. I will extend an invitation to you tote fire*s©nt, K'’’ r j if you will im . ’h .r. ly -iguify v iirwillm iicxs J**r Urn. he , t<)    ^,,,.1, invitation, and that you will not fail to te present on th© day bi ti© siitrecquently Axed, notification of which will he given to you. Iu nddrexahig > nr answer, please murk th© envelop.- “F©r*oua! Your* truly, Uhahi.cs F Durstob, Agent aud Warden. I -'or#* (Im* Kay* aud vienna Committee. Washington, April 25. — Professor T. C. voii«tnal, s lpenutendentof the UnitedStatea • na survey, made an argument before the way - and mean* committee in favor of iii© -ui ©it it ut ion of the Metric system for th© present ok dc si computing duties on im-j "it d article-. Ijoui* Shade of Washington e i y al#o argued in favor of lowering the duty on corks. A Freight Wreck. Grf. fn XRU Ko. Pa., April 25.— An ©axtliound freight train broke in two at th© Southwest Junction and ran together again, unlashing fix'in twenty to twenty five cora loaded with UR'i chandi©*, and slightly injuring on© of the brakemen. The wrecked cars were thrown over an embankment seventy-Ava feet high. A New southern tuivcnlty, Birmingham, Ala., April 25.—Gtound was broken at Bluffton, Ala., yesterday for the ii"w building of the University of Houth-u ti I, nu iii u ult*ai founded by th** Northern Methodi-: chun h. Chancellor C. L Mann presol d, and Rev. 8 R. VVallatv of Syracuse off ered prayer. Binned to Death. BULLX VILLE, On!, April 25. -Fire des strove.! a aa nail dwell ting la >u.s© on Church -treat, occupied by Wiiliain Artfiurs and hts wife. Mrs Arthurs was inirned to a crisp, white Mr. Aribum wa* so setiouMy burned Dart be will j.reliably die. To Kotrlct Uiott un i;itt New York, April 25.—The -stle?* agents of tie* six great #**val c »a! companies met yee-hrdav and Ie *:dcd to restrict production for Hay lo 2.1- ,f G tons. No act mn wa- taken toward «d\ an ing pricey. Mi I Ij»:is-©m’s l»«-miirr©r Overruled. New Yoke, April 25.—In tile United Htates cire ir.’ court the demurrer of President Cl© ix*fU bank to the iud'**meat for embezzlement was overruled. AGAINST SECRET SOCIETIES. A ('(invent bin iu I hicugo of tVroon* Altin Oppose The in. (?HI0AGO, April 25.—An anti-secret society convention is in session here. A. A Hrnith, ex-president of the Northwestern college at Naperville, IIL, spoke against college secret societies as Itanefiii iii their influence. Bishop iiallect Floyd of Dublin, Iud., deelarexl it to I*, a duty of God and muu that th© charter of all secret societies should la* revoked. I'rofeesor C. M. Rstij"n» of Augustan* college, Rock Island, spike of th© church concerning "secret societies. The commit tee on plan of work and resolutions submitted report*. Rev. John Barrow*, D D.; Lev. B. T Roberta of North Chili, N. Y ; Rev. VY. P. McNary of Tarkio, Mo.; Rev. H. A. Day of Brighton, Mich., aud President Blanchard of \V heatoii college delivered addresses. The committee on work advised th© calling of an international convention of Christians ami church' n opp eed to secrecy, to he belli during tile world’* fair in IfitG. K**v. Joseph Cook of Boston made th© princijinl #|ie»*ch. Mr. Cook particularly attacked the Clau-na-Gael. In Vermont. In* saki, a penalty of FJGO is inflicted ufsui a j**i--')ii who suliscril*©# to a secret oath u-fl authorized by law Such statutes, h»* declared, should lie adopt.si by all the states. Fxtal Boiler Explosion. Flint. Mich , April 25.—The large boiler at Cook Bro* " til© and brick vard*. six mil©* south of this city, ert*l«id©d with terrible effect. When th" expo**- on occurred several boy* and iu‘*n were standing al# ait th# engine bouse. Frail, an lfi-y©ar-okl **m of Henry Cook, wa* scalded rn badly I hot he did within two b#> ir% Tile other victims were ti corge Baldwin, aged 18, md Kiward Pnrcell. another lad ab ©it the emu age. Baldwin*# recovery i* doobuul Th# ex-plosjon « am#* -uddeuly an I without warning. The i>i i* engine r*# to was demolished, and ■^0 tl.i • injur'd lad. were* blown through the wad- .iii-I lay several feel (rom the structure when found. (shot AV Iii!© Tri IWR *o Escape. Bohton, April ‘25 —II *nry Sargent, who eacaped from jail at Salem, N. Y., Jan. 2, while awaitin" sentence for horse stealing. I* at the City hospital here wkh two bullet wounds in his left le*r, received while resisting arrect Tie* pilicc h**re have l**en on th© eiokout for )8arg^nt. and saw hint him in a stable on Dover street. Sargent started to run, pulling a revolver a* Im went. and til# polk*© knowing the desiderate character of in.* demurrer ut ex- j jman. took nummary measures to cripple of the Sixth National j j,    Sargent is wanted in a number of . t»»«#>•* for hoi*© stealing, aiel Ila* a brother who ha* just served a term in prison A Strike Threatened. Philadelphia, April 25.—The master car-j«n|rrs have not yeUAgreed to grant the advance asked by the journeymen. The latter are determined to strike May I. In I aror of llcTitinn. SCRANTON, Pa., April25 — • he I^ikawanna Pr*»s>tytery by a nm j*.rite of 20 ha* decided In favor of reviskm. One gallon gla#s oil etna tin jacket, 24c CjWirt? sponge holder*, 10c, Fancy comb aud brush cases with mirror, only, 2dc. Wirt* vegetable boilers, 1.5c. Large coffee mill*, dye Caudle moles, 25c. Ten quart copper bottom coffee pot*. 49c. No. 8 Copper bottom tea kettles, J fie. Poet offices, 25c. Large sire steam era, 29c Fourteen tjuar’ bread raisers, 75c. Fancy black walnut clock shelves. 25c Wash easy wash boards, 25c. Dover egg beaters, loc Japan dredges, 5c. Professional cook egg beater*. 5c, Children’s seaside sh >vels, 5c. Children’s seaside jumbo pail*,5c. Earthen teajmts, 25c Hilvcrine dressing mugs, Ic. Butter (damp*. 6c. Individual butter stamps, Die. Potato mashers, 4 and 6c. Y\ ire dish clothes, Mc. Fancy brass match safe, 4c, Twine match safes, fancy painted, 4c. Bird cage hooks, Ic*. Luminous match safes, fie Chain bird cage spring, 9c. Cookie pans, (asst per doz.) 10c Kitchen kuives, 10c, Butcher knives, 10c. Ex-Strong lemon squeezers, 10c. Large size bread knives, 9c. Fietich shoe blacking, tic. Steel knives and forks, (per pr ). 9<-White waste brushes, 10c. Lamp or flower pot brackets, 5c. liutter lade!*. IOC. Fancy painted slop jars, 3Me. Large mouse trap*, (beet), Ac. .Carpenters’claw hammers, 10c. Hard wood meat boards, 83c Bosom boards. 23c. M ood chopping bowls, 5 to 10c. (May fire pots, 2M and Hoc Sheet iron fry pans, 9c. Wattle irons, 49c, All sizes dripping pans from 6 to 8 aud M to 16 inches, 8 to 18c. Patent cookers for roast meats aud fowl, #1.46. Handy clamps or hand screws, 5c. Dove-t.iiled mixing boards, H9e. Had irons, 24 and 2Hc. Halstead's porcelain royal boiler.cooka ill kinds of food, -fl 35. Large coliander*. 10c. Pie turners, 9c. Pie turners, 5c. v Heavy tin scoops, 13c. 4 quart suds dippers, 10c. Large 2 quart drinking dippers, Hic I quart drinking dippers, 4 and 5c. Heavy basting spoons, 4c. Cake turners, 4c. Large wood handle spoons. 7c. Kotiud bread mixers, 19c. Tumbler drainers, 4Hc. Fancy swing Urn]) brackets, Mc. Two quart xtew pins covered. Die. Pot covers, 8c., 4c., 5c. Tea steapcr, (heavy tin), 10c, Two quart tea and coffee pots, 9c. Nob wash boilers copper bottoms, 98c. Teu, fourteen ami seventeen quart rinsing pans 21c., 24c., 27c. Tin pails covered, one quart, 5c, one aud one half quart, 6c , two quart, 7c., ; two and one-half quart, Mc, I luce quail, I 9c., four (piart, 12c., six quart, 15c. Patent (pop all) corn popera, 9c. Toy sprinkling cans, 4c. Two pound tea and coffee canisters, 9c. One pound tea canister, 7c. One quart graduated measures, 5c. Cigar lighters, per hunch, 5c. Hound and square fancy painted bird rages, 45 to fi5c Square bird cages assorted styles and sizes, 73 to 95c. Brass bird cages, $1.15. Folding sewing tables, 8M and 95c. Adjustable high sewing and card tables, $1.25. Coal hods, 21 and 35c. ERIE STORE ROOMS TO RENT In Die Merchants Bank Building. In<|im#| f lf    Jacob Winner or Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., 11:»> pi I rue# I \ ( 'I :i full lim of \ L ? i fr\ y I Overcoats and Trrcfc’icgs Equal to any iii tile city, and at prices that will pay you to si c him befoi * purchasing. ■ I ■ ar ni sp — r —ai rn i si ■arn - war JUST RECEIVED OUt SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Onford Tis: ani Slitter TT i; HAVE THE M IN I * A I ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FAN* V COLORED OOZE TRIM MIN GS. W E A LSO HA VEA BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEATHER SLIPPER, V ITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. Buffalo, N. V. We have frequent requests by mail for samples of new rmbroiderieH. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether ctdg-ings, insertions or ftouncingft, also what width and Home 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 value we offer is simply unparalled. There are edgings from f of an inch to IM inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of cdiring and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing^ iii the different widths from 18 inches to GO inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, 10c, 12^0, 15c and 125c per yard. Aire. SI, MELDRUM A AN DERMON. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By ‘‘complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in the country can bring together. The Winter stocks are of-f ring great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. Adam, M (Idrum & Anderson DRY GOODS, arp'its and Draperies, Il’HtktfHM'l Station©©)', AMERICAN BLOCK, :.<n;-40‘! MAIS sr It KUT, B Lr KA LO, N. V. Mate gulf bf GEO. A. MACBETH A. CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;