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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK NY. TUESDAY. JUNE 3. UM). 6 HEP RESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. •y ftr viz itl l IMO MJMLJH1NE for rullfff A SfSJEKKJKtj*t - •» uc Me. b#uie*l Department of DaakirkjPnating Uompany.1 ■ « amiick'himl oo<l Woo»l Yar*i. StEf LuSSwJi"““ *•’- lo,• •aliet vcd. ■ > BL Vinuui. ta ...‘I “''SKiJJS B. Artistic Ph2jfj[2,^>ri>«ci»lly Hitter* rbovoirrsph* af Dauloi a I *»*oout fui •Md u<)l wa.t for auu.Uiuc «xc#|K LtiblM aasx\s: sr?- •ic, Pam^leU.^.jUou'*1    HJILlsnd. promptly attemte.1 to All wore *«-______ ■ iiiiu;RKH’h «;iuk;u»ch% noun*. IV    SUP    t,«u    ti al A CCU UC. Wholesale and retail dealer in IJ polled an »ome»Kc I lima. Glassware. 4c. ____ g lUAU t AUUl'A liOTKL, Lott»•> bIS&M SKSST" 886 and SS? Liou street. / (ITV BAKBKK 8MOF \j    Chm-    Mag Ie, Pron* Under Ult Shore NaUoaai Rani• Oater aud Third afreet*. A Hue *U**fc foreign and Domestic < tsars i (ONIAI.IN A SON. Ii    SSP    I    CUM) aired. Practical korse-sboeis. Parti, ular slleutioi i to interfering hoi ae*. Shooing of roo* J trotting florae* a specialty. ||USAIKlt BV BN MU (IB1KRVKK. Laigeat Daily in Hie County. Au unequalled advertising medium. UN hi KH KN4JINKKKINO CXJMPANl ,    formerly    sollew    A Popple. Manufacturer* of ti agmas, Boller*. Pulley* iuafting Hanger*. etc. Pattern*, forging* Caatinga, au.l Machine Work to order. « lUNBXBB .IM I KT OO.. jus, Airt and I / tenter itiwL Mnuuliif iunjri of It** Tarnal well” aud ^Dunkirk” in-rlet I - Alloo Urea* :>biru. On aalc in all leading furnishing clothing and dry good* bowne* rn Duukira. I , g. TOOMKY, ll.    4:t4    and    436 Lion atreet treater in Flour, feel, alt, Baled May, I ho* un. WORK OF CONGRESS. THE BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN THE SENATE ANO HOUSE. Ll i KIK HOTEL aud Dining batoon, Union 1% Depot, kw) access to ail tram* aud bu* muss bouse*. Beal accommodation* for t om gen ial Traveler*.    , John J. Murphy, Prop ■ i hi.uh* JI wi., Cj    ii?    aud    im K. Third atreat flue furuiturv, C.'ubiud Ware aud lip aot*4crlug. Picture Frame* made to order. HV Ay D. HI ATTIC BDN A CHI., SUI Central Ave., trailer* of faahiou and Uentlemeu Out!tier* ABRIL STKAM MFATINO U4L. ll Manufacturers ef ft lea rn Heating Apparatu* Sanitary Plumbing a S|*wialty. H UMH MTL A IN LAUNDRY. Our *1*0. mille*:    Flue    HhirU,    10c; Collar* ie; t ufl«, ic, aud Ijmo Curtain*, free Deli* ary. A W. bumming*, Ai? t enter atreet. Ii ii K. Of.MM, K. Thin! at , oor. of Buffalo Uanufacturer aud dealer in Flue Boot* A Slum* FN KY VV KH.UK'S NKW MTO HK, BKS K Thud at. B*a»k*. stationery, Mum cal In ai  a - It.,1.. - ...I YA a^W Ie ll. .aiar*, JM. YAN BU MRN A MON, fire Life. Accident and General insure*J*. Deal ar* in Beal K*taU* and I-can*. Par.tculai attention paid to the care of properly collect mg rent* Ac. SIU Center it, Sud door. ag ONKtlK'M PHAKMA4*. M aa* Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paint , till*, Ac. t )KKkl>M, J. W.. |    AIU Center street, Mauufncturer aud dealer iu Hai nesa.Ma.lJle*. Bridle*, collar*. Trunk*,M hips, Buffalo Hobe*. Horse Oovej-a ©Hove* Mitten* aud Sleigh Kobe* ii HCUOLTKM, I    17 Fast Third street. Fashionable 'I ador. tteutlemen will dud it I* tneir advantage to call nu me before purcbaaiug elsewhere. FH. CAKY A IHI., .    SSS    Lion    street tienerai Hard ware, White Lc*d,oile Fainter’* supplies, Oil Cloth*, Granite Ware. A special tv of Mberwin William* Pa.ut and Monroe range U 1,1 NU. such a* blank-book*, ledger*, and all kiudaof blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, p and IO K. Second st Ii I, CD.MPH Mtll.l>RNH.YU KH, IV    cor.    Third    and Hndaio bu., Dealer in Granite, Marble, t lagging your sole-walk R I MI. Kl A CXI.. ? and it East front street Whisky, W mea, Brandle* General Liquor Store for Family Use. RO HK KT MIMI, Lion street, near tun depot Boarding, Male, Feed aud Livery Stable Stabling by tbs day rn week on reasouabk terms. SAM J. DIK FO HD, SOI Central Av*. (Up stairs), General Insurance aud Heal Kaiak Asem, firs, Life. Accident »ud Live Stock i iterance Prompt attention givsn to buying aud selling Heal Estate rat CS. JON RJI, I    76 K. Third st, cor Deer. Kaoelaior Meal Maikst f lesh, Snit an. Smoked Meat*. LAid, sausage*. Oyster* an. WMT A TCH KS, JKWRLK1, AC. ■Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Kenairing a specialty. Frank F. Step!. to K. Third st yy rn. mock RH, Merchant Tai lot, lift central Avenue $600 REWARDI W E will pay Ute above reward for any ca** of lurer Complaint, 1>> apepsia, Sick Headache Indigestion, * on* ti pa Lou or Coati vc lies# w* cannot cure with West’* Vegetable Liver Pill*, when the direction* are strictly complied with They are purely Vegetable, aud never fail k give satisfaction Sugar CuakMl. Large boxes containing JU Pills. 36 ce nu Beware of ooun l.rfeiU, and imitation*. The geuutue ma nu far ared only by JOHN €. W KST A CO. Sold by MoNAoK’i PMaum act. D kirk. N. T, jtruuienU,Magazines,tinily audit eekly Paper* sud every thu g pet taming Ut a first class book stu.e Scho«». Ti*Mike a speiualtv. II OH PKlNTINtt of every description aud al lowest living rales by Dunkirk Printing Company, a aud IU k. Second St. Hr. Morrill D ail vers a Lengthy Addrse* sa the J owes Stiver Bill—Two Cewter- eare Report s Agreed To—Th* Hwwse Cwnsucues < onside-ruble Time, hut Fails to Do A M V Busine** off lui port Mace. WklMiyvTnt, .lane 8 — In the senate yesterday morning a conference was ordered on the un val appropriation bill. The uliw’ bill mu tliei. taken up aud Mr Aion ill uuuleaned the tieuale. lie had bern iu favor of doubling tbs amount ef silver bullion pure baaed aud had been desirous of doing almost anything in that direction, except abandoning absolutely and forever the Iii metallic standard of stoney. But the followers of the new silver gospel were not easily satisfied They demanded the coinage of all the diver at the expeiiae of t he government. They also wanted the treasury notes or certificates to be made a legal tender for all debta, public aud private. Theu they a Muted the treasury rewsrve to be cut down to tau I ii I lions aud the hundred* of millions of gold now beld for the redemption of legal tender notes to be reduced to fifty mil lions Finally, rather than anything else, they wanted free coinage for all the American silver, and for ail that might be brought into the United State* from Mexico or nuy other country. The cost of coining silver, (about 2 per cent.) was to lie borne by the government, and the de pod tor* of diver bullion were to receive all the difference in value between bullion aud Htandard dollars That was the feast to which the senate was invited by the distinguished senators from Colorado aud Nevada (Teller aud Jon#*). The wage earners of the United Mate* were to be counted by millions and were the moat numerous creditor class of the country (and, be believed, the largest In ainouut). It wa* that ti ass that it was now proposed to pay off in cheaper or in depreciated standard money aud to require to pay higher prices for auythiug they had to buy. Could there be anything, be asked, more likely in all parts of tbs country at an early day to provoke strikes for higher wage* Mr. Morrill had no faith In the stories of public and private indebtedness of the uouutry. He believed if correct fig tires could be obtained it would be found that the indebted ne** per capita Manuever less than in ISM). He believed that by wise aud moderate legislation a sufficient amount of silver might tic utili/.ed, aud yet a bi metallic standard lie maintained. He diu not naut to have the United States divorced from the commercial world, but that was uot the policy o’. those wrho hail led off iu the debate. Their transparent design was only thinly attempted to lie concealed to go, by a single bound, to a silver standard. lf the oouutry was to have but a single •ta lid a rd he preferred t bat that standard ihould be gold rat lier than silver. He wouj.t, however, be glad to see both maul ;aiue«l, aud with tile expectation that with a very liberal increase of silver, and with good management ou the part of the treasury department, the panty of value would lie preserved silver advaucing a good deal and gobi receding somewhat in value A* to the obloquy frequently attempted to be thrown ou the congress of 1873, iu connection with the cessation of silver coinage, there was no reason what ever in it, because at that time a silver dollar wa* worth 8 per cent. more than a gold dollar The depreciation of silver hail been caused not by that act, but partly because of the demonetization of silver in [ Enrol*-, aud partly by the increase of the silver production iii the world. Mr. (’all, rising to a question of privilege, referred tit a pH iii pit let published against him by VV. I). Chipley, in which he was accused of false swearing and disgrace! ill transactions in a land deal in Florida. He declared that the pamphlet from first to last w as a falsehood, aud that It was published Hi the interest of the conspirators against legislation In liehalf of the Isrople of Florida. The conference report ou the militAry acad, my bill was presented aud agreed to aud then the conference report on the army appropriation bill was again takeu Bp aud the canteen system proposed by the bill was discussed The coufereuce report being to the effect that un intoxicating drinks should lie sup plied iu canteens or in traders’ stores in states or territories where prohibition legislation exist# Mr. Allison claimed that the reform recently instituted, of substituting the canteen for the sutlers’ store wus well received in the army, and that the house conferees had presented numerous letters from various military posts, written by chaplains aud others claiming that the present arrangement was In the Interest of good discipline and morality. Mr. George thought the provision diw criminated against enlisted men in favor of officers Mr. Hale thought the canteen system would make itself obnoxious iu a little while Mr. Plumb said the tight was between the cauteeu aud the (amt trailer, whom he described as "the curse of the army.” Mr Hale-The senator from Kansas has lived loug enough to kuow that there is hoHssty aud sincerity and philanthropy in tbs world, and he will have# hard time in persuad.ug the thousands and thousands of honest uieu and women all over the country who look upon the cautecn sc heil-e as a lute k ward step, that they are being bounded on by the poat-tratters The peat trader is a bugbear He is got up iu the imagination of the senator from Kau aaa The real issue is this uew departure legalizing the setting up of the United States government as a seller of liquor to the soldier. Mr. Plumb aud Mr. Iiawes sparred over the que-ttiuu for a short time aud Mr, Plumb was led to say that Mr Dawes could make more mistateuients thau auy man he ever knew; aud that he believed tbat Mr. Dawes made them kuowiugly. Mr. Allison said that the men who were opposing the cauteeu knew that the Hoi diers at Fort Myei could come into Wash lug ton auy day aud get drunk under the dome of the Capitol. The secretary of war was trying uot to increase intemperance, but to institute a reform which would lessen desertion and elevate the esprit du corps of the army After further discussion the question was takeu aud the conference report w as agreed to -85 to 8. The nays were !3eua tore Blair, Colquitt, Dixon, George, Hale, Sanders, Teller and Turpie. Mr. Edmunds offered a resolution in trusting the committee on fisheries to make early investigation into the administration of the United States fish commissioner’s office, especially in reference to the changes in the form and compensation of the employes, and aa to allege^ favoritism or undus administration. FA asked unanimous ooueent to have the rm elution confide*»d now', rem*"king that Mr. Mi’butisiil, til* re immesh >n«*r, truest ly i rquo-tr<i t b- invr-tsqnfitm on ne-taunt of recent newspaper accusations agal as* him Mr Plumb objected aud *fce rtwolutiOB went over. The silver bill was again taken up and Mr Hart is addressed the tamale. After a review and condemnation e^tbe act of 1878 drni«tn*tixiac a1 terr he compared the various ponding prepositions and said that he should vote (or the ire* coinage of silver; ami. if he should support the nearest approximation Gilt that lo* mieht be able to secure ll he wa* ion. d to decide between the bill, as reported from the finance committee, aud the legislation of I*78 (for the coinage of at least two million diver d.ti I*rs a mouth) he should vote for the committee's bill. Mr. Harris went on to speak of the two propositions to furnish relief to the farmers by establi*hing a ware house system for the dejMmtt of certain crops slid the Issuing of treasury notes for DU percent of their market value and by lending money to farmers on their real estate at the rat* of i jier cent. a year interest. Even if such measure** were constitutional laud he was convinced that they were uot) Ie believed that they would uot benefit the farmer, but would prove a serious injury aud loss to him. At the close of Mr. Harris’ speech the silver bill weut over till to-dav. After a brief secret session the senate adjourned. IN TNK HOUSE. Washington, June 8.—Yesterday was suspensiou of the rules day in the house. On motion of Mr. Burrows of Michigan, the motion to reconsider tbs vote by which the house ordered a coufereuce on the bill for the relief of A H Emory, was laid on the table, The bill therefore goes iuto | conference. After the defeat of several motions to suspend the rules aud pass bills, Mr Lodge t of Mansaehussrtts, moved to suspend the 1 rules and pass a bill grautlng four con ieuined canuon to the Abraham Lincoln Poet of Charlestown!, Mass This was also lost. The session of the house up to this time I was remarkable in oue respect The principal object of the member* present j —barely a quorum -seemed to be to kill time aud prevent any measure of general Importance beiug called up. The Lodge bill wan the target for many attacks. Every mem lier who desired to secure cou-Jeuiued eau non for au army post in his district ma.ii* objection, aud a number of (bort "home conium pf iou” speeches were made, i Mr. Anderaou of Keutucky raised a laugh wheu, in response to a remark by Mr. Flower of New York, he suggested that all the cannon should be used to ald New York to erect a monument to lien. Grant. On motion of Mr. Wright of Pennsylvania a bill was panned to ratify an agree ment eurered into by commissioners of New York aud Pennsylvania in regard to the boundary linen lief ween those states On mot iou of Mr. Morrow of California the senate bill was passed relieving tbs I ii ion Iron works of San Francisco from sertaiu penalties (amounting to $83,UUU) incurred in the construction of the Charleston. Bills were passed increasing to $270,000 aud il75,(iuu the limits of the coat of public buildings at Duluth, Miuu., and Fort Worth, Tex., respectively. Adjourned. THE COURT OF CLAIMS. Th* Claim of Alfred ll. Mullet! for Com- pansMflnu a* Architect Dismissed. Washington, June 3.—The court of :laima yesterday morning dismissed th* rialto of Alfred B Mulled against the United States for compensation as archi lect of the building now occupied by the •tate, war aud navy departments, amounting to alsHlt Firs),(MHI. During the (leiiodof his superintendent* of the construction of the building th* plaintiff was iu the employ of the govern uieut aa the su|»ervi*iug architect of the treasury department aud was requested by the building commission to submit plans which were adopted. In 1875 he retired from the service of the government aud au offer wa* made to bim by the com mission to pay him a salary to oontiuue his supervision. He rejected this offer aud the building was completed under the care of an engineering officer of the army. The court did uot enter into the merits of the case at all, coiiliuiug its attention to the quest iou of the operation of the statute of limitations, which was urged by the government aa a defense. Appointment* by Governor Hill.* ALMANY, June 8.—Governor Hill aud Speaker (lusted have appointed Franklin Bartlett of New York aud Louis Marshal of Syracuse as lueuiliers of the judiciary constitutional commissioti in the places of Hon. Warner Miller and ex Governor Hoadly, resigned. Mr. Miller, by reason of private business engagements, aud Mr. Hoadiy because of professional duties, were compelled to resign their member ship. The first session will be held at ll o'clock to-day iu the senate chamber aud Judge Danforth will probably be selected as chairman. Th* .Manitoba YY beat t rop. Winnipeg, Mau., Juue 8 — Reports received from tifteeu grain centres In Manitoba and the western territories all give very encouraging news of the condition of the crops Mauy farmers aasert that eveu if they should have uo further rain wheat cannot suffer from drought, as the plauts have taken good root aud are in a healthy, flourishing state. It is estimated that there are HUO,UUU acres, an increase of over JU per ceut over last year in wheat aloue in Manitoba Tile western territories also show a large increase in acreage. Baltimore Mill Hold th* Shares. Baltimore. June S.—Mayor Davidson, as chairman of the finance committee, yesterday called a special meetiBg of that body to consider a proposition from Edward K. Bacon, president of the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Kailway company, for the purchase of the 825,UUU shares of Baltimore aud Ohio stock held by the city of Baltimore. The offer, which named par as the price, was declined. A Binghamton Man Suicides. Binghamton, N. Y., June S.—Wallace Franklin, aged SU, of Preston, Chenango couuty, committed suicide Sunday by hanging himself. He recently eloped with the wife of Eugene Bosworth, hut the woman soon returned to her husbaud. Despondency over this affair is the proha hie caus* of the suicide. A Popular Artist Dead. NKW York. June A—Matthew Morgan, the popular and widely known artist, died yesterday morning TO KEDUCE STRIKES. A NEW METHOD OF SETTLING LABOR DISPUTES. TR# L»* ad ob Chamber ef Com ms roe Maturing a Scheme to Abolish th# Old Byitem of Adjusting Difference* Between Employer and Employe. Importing German Workmen. London, June 3.—The london Chamber of Commerce is matunug a scheme which it is expected will reduce the number of strikes in a great measure aud ultimately abolish that method of nettling disputes between employer and employe. The plan contemplate* the fortiiatitMi of a "conciliation committee,’’ half of which is to be composed of employes engaged in tbs various trades aud half of master em ployers representing the leading itidus tries. This committee is proposed to divide iuto twelve groups for purposes of couveuieuce anti sui dispute inc apable of settlement by oue of theae sub tiivicious is to lie referred to the full committee. The plan meets with the favor of the trades unious aud the masters and it is not likely that any difficulty will be vxperieuced in obtaining the unqualified louseut of both to abide by the final decisions of tbs committee A M ASI LR TAILORS’ SYNDICATE The receut strike among the tailors of izuudou and the probability tbat there may be another at au early date have in duced the rn Atter tailors of Glasgow to import a number of workmen uuder con tract from Germany. Eight of the largest tailoring establishments in Glasgow have formed a syndicate with the object of overcoming auy strike that may occur among their workmen. One hundred men have already been engaged at Hamburg uuder a contract binding them to work steadily for oue year at a weekly stipend of 3U shillings (f7 5U>. The syndicate pays their expenses to Glasgow anti guarantees that a week’s work shall lie only M hours. It is expected that mauy more will be im ported and it is quite likely that the move maut will extend to london. NEXT HA TCRD AY’* MASH MELTING Arrangement* are proceeding satisfac torily for the demonstration to be held in Hyde park on Juue 7 against the compensation for publicans, or the publicans’ endowment and pension bill, as it is now called. A whole army of menders of par liameiit will speak aud numerous public bodies have signified their intention to be present. Vigorous propaganda is tieing pressed by those who have the meeting in charge aud distribution is beiug made of 150,UUU copies of Sir Thomas Farrar’s letter condemning compensation, and IOU,UUU copies of Sir William Harcourt’s speech at Ber-niondsy. The inquiry now iu progress by the board of trade Into the loss of the National line steamship Erin is lieiug pursued iu the direction of ascertaining whether the vessel was not overloaded. The suspicion that this was the case has long been entertained iu official quarters. HH ARING PROFITS WITH EMPLOYES. The Guinness Brewing company has voluntarily added a shilling a week to the wages of each of its employes, supplementing the announcement with the statement that the prosperity of the company's bus! ness justifies its sharing the increase of profits with the men who have contributed to It by their industry and fidelity. This increase of wages, made quite unexpectedly and without solicitation, will add the sum of £7,000 a year to the company’s pay roll aud incalculably increase its popularity with the workiug class. BOYCOTTER!! REFUSED ABSOLUTION. The Kt. Kev. Edward T. O’Dwyer, Cath olio priest at limerick, has Issued a pas torsi letter withdrawing from the priests in hi* diocese the power to graut absolution to persons guilty of boycotting or a1 locating and practicing the “plan of cam paign.” The actlou of the bishop has ere ated much surprineaud indignation. The court at Madge burg,Germauy,yesterday sentenced four strikers to terms of im prison me ut varying from six to eighteen months for intimidating workmen who refused to abandon their employment aud take part iu the general strike Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria has issued a special order thanking the troops for their splendid conduct diiriug the recent labor disorder* iu Vieuuaaud other parts of the empire. Mr. Gladstone Make* a Denial. London, Juue 3.- Mr. Gladstone, In reply to questions seut to him by Literals, denies that he ever stated that the shoot ing affair at Mitchellstuwn, Ireland, and the Siberian atrocities were parallel outrages Though, he says, he spoke of them together, he did not desire the inference to be drawu that he regarded the Mitchells town affair a* equally as had as the outrages perpetrated by th* Russian officials in Siberia. Active Speculation In American Stock*. London, June 8.—There is great speculation going on at present in the shares of the Tennessee and Kentucky laud companies. Iu some cMs«*s the shares have risen rapidly, until they uowr bring from 250 to UUU per cent, premium. The Ixm don Economist warns speculators that these veutlire* are pretty generally overdone, aud predicts t hat the present inflated prices cannot be maintained Th* Emperor I* Angry at Bismarck. Berlin, June 2.—The emperor ba* Informed Prince Bismarck that if he does uot at once cease his utterances on political affairs anti other matters relating to his retirement, with which the press have been tilled of late, the result will tie serious to him.    _ Dismissed for Intriguing. London, June 3.—The Chronicle’s Paris correspondent learns that a ii ii miter of officials at the miuor German courts have beeu dismissed for intriguing, at the instigation of Count Heriiert Bismarck,to •hairnet the emperor’* policy. Capt. K alabo IT • Seut nae* Coni muted. Son A, Juue Si—The sentence of Capt. Kalaboff of the Russian army, who wa* a co-conspirator with Maj. Panitza, and condemned to nine years’ imprisonment, has beeu commuted to banishment. Presidential Nomination*. Washington, June 3.—The president has seut to the senate the following nominations: Capt. Clarence E. Dutton of the ordnance department to be major; Second Lieut. O liar, Third infantry, to be first lieutenant. Dt. Brainard Rpoota.r Dead. Bolton, June 8.—Til* inventor of the Spooner water meter, Dr. Brainard . Spooner, aged 50 years, died very suddenly , Sunday morning from some unknown cauae at the Cite host ii tai WASHINGTON NEWS. Important Matter* of GeB«l*el Interest From tho National Capital. Washington, June 3 —Among th# billa Introduced in the house yesi.*rday wee one by Mr. I>«d of Min neaped*, amending the Interstate commerce law so as ta make all express companies, whether incorporated or unincorporated associe tions, corjHirations. firms, persons or dis patch companies, engaged iu the carriage or transportal ion of property by land or water, amenable to the interstate com mere* law. The secretary of war sent to the senate yesterday in re*pons* to a resolution cently adopted, an e-timate for the pletion of the work of compiling and Indexing the official records of the rebellion The work, he says, comprises MO volumes Firtyflveof these have been distributed aud eleven are printed aud are being indexed. With the preseue force It will require six years to complete the work ami au animal appropriation duriug that time of Et'*).UUU. The Hcuat* committee ou the judiciary reported favorably yesterday to a substitute for the bill extending criminal juris diction of the circuit aud districts of the United States to the great lakes The bill provides "tbat every person who shall, ulion any vessel registered or enrolled under the laws of the United States, aud being u|»o!t a voyage upon the waters of auy of the great lakes, namely: IaiksSupe rior, I .ake Michigan, I .ake Huron, I .ake St Clair, loike Erie, Ioike Ontario, or any of the waters connecting any of the said lakes, commit or be guilty of auy of th* acts, neglects or omissions respt»ctive!y mentioned iu chapter 8 of title 7Uof the re vised statutist of the United Slate* shall, upon convictions thereof, lie punished with the saute punishments in the said title aud chapter respectively affixed to the same offenses therein mentioned re sportively. "Sectit»n 2.—The section aud district courts of the United States respectively are hereby vested with the same jurisdiction in respect of the offenses mentioned in the first section of the act that they by law have and possess, iu respect of the offenses in said chapter and titles in the first section of this act mentioned, and said courts respectively are also for the pur jioses of this act vested with all, and the same jurisdiction they respectively have by force of title IS, chapter 8, and title 18 chapter 7 of the revised statutes of the United States.” THE PUBLIC DEBT. A Decrease of SH,HUI,871 During the Month of May. Washington, June 3. — The monthly public debt statement issued from the treasury department shows a decrease in the debt of $0,GDI,871 duriug the past mouth of May, and #»'►?,787.722 for the eleven months of the current fiscal year The total debt, less cash in the treasury, on Juue I was *1.Ut*(,8-58,DUS. The net cash* or surplus in the treasury on the 1st lust. was $86,901,791, against $35,930,622 a month ago. National bank dejiositaries to-day hold $31,225,998 of government funds at about half a million less than a month ago. The gold fund balance has increased about five millions during the {last mouth, and to-day amounts to $190,450,854; and the silver fund balance exclusive of 6,UUU,UUU trade dollar bullion, bas increased a little more than one million, and now amounts to $18,212.725. Th* fund of standard silver dollars keeps steadily in creasing, aud the treasury holds $3U9,U88,-092 of this coin. (iovernineut receipts duriug the mouth from all sources, aggregate.! $15,443,351, and receipts for the eleven mouths of the current fiscal year ending May 31, aggre gated #64,536.Was. The receipts for the present month will probably reach $35,-UUU.OUU anti thus swell the government re ceipts for the current fiscal year very cl.ate to four hundred million dollars or fifteen million more than Secretary Win dom'* estimate made early lAtt fall. On the other hand expenditures during the eleveii mouth* just passed aggregated #303,124,040, or about fourteen millions more than for .the corresponding eleven mouths of the past fiscal year. Pension payments sofar this year have amounted to #1U3,IV    or fully thirteen millions more than duriug the corresponding eleven moot bs of the previous year. Coiu age at the minis duriug Mav aggregated iu value $9,iif>8.duo or $74,900 iu gold coin and $2,9UU,tNM) in standard silver dollars aud the remainder iu minor coin. Hop Growers Petition the Senate. Utica, June 3.—At a meeting here yesterday the executive committee of the State Hop Grower*’ association {isssed resolutions requesting the United States senate to mlopt the provision of the McKinley tariff bill placing a duty of 15 cents per pouud upon importation of bops Resolu lions were also Alopted asking congress to ameud the bill regarding the adultera thin of lager lieer, so as to make its provi dons apply to ale and porter, askiug that the bill to limit the provisions of tbs inter state commerce act be defeated, or that fermented and malt liquor containing less than 5 per ceut. of alcohol lie excepted from the terms thereof. The bill iu its present form makes no distortion let ween ilia tilled ami malt liquors, aud it is to this tbat the hop growers object. The Vesuvius Placed In tVmniDslon. Philadelphia, Juue 8.—At the league island uavy yard yesterday the United States government took formal possession of the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius, aud that vessel was placed iu commission as a man-of-war. The Vesuvius was transferred from the p<is«ession of the Cramps, the owuers of the sliip yard iu which she was built, and launc hed by Mr. Charles H. Cramp and accepcd on behalf of the government by Capt. lf. B. Seely, commandant of the I zeague island naval st# tiou. The Vesuvius will re in ai u at league island for a few tin) * aud then proceed to some {Hunt on the Atlantic coast to be designated by the secretary of the navy. A Negro Ravisher Lynched. New Orleans, June 3 —The Picayune’s Halliefthurg, Miss., special says:    A negro mau named George Stevens attempted an outrage on a widow, .’irs. Dearman, a few miles north of this place Friday night. Ile was raptured aud afier comparing tracks made with his and finding them to be the same, lie confessed. Two men started to Augusta to {tut the brute In jail, '^1 alout 8 or 9 miles from here, JU or 7) men overtook th on and took the negro by force and hauled him to a tree a!*>ut fifty yard- fit im the road. THE SPORTING WORLD. YESTERDAY'S EVENTS ON THE DIAMOND AND RACE TRACK. H.-lglitou Beach Race*. Bult.Hton Beach, June 3. First race yesterday, J* mile:    Utile    Addle    first, Pocatello second, Student I Li id; time, lull)*. Second race, \ mile: Supervisor first, Lancaster sect>utl, Ixtug Lruuch third; time, I :■’*). Third race, mile:    Countess first, Francis S. second, Krpeut third; time, 50. Fourth race. i># miles. Little Jim first, Zepl.rvus ► aeolid, Rhotover third; time, 1:56. Fifth race, I mile:    King Crab first, Beck second, Reciare third; time, 1:42. Sixth race, % mile: Jack Rose first, Insignia colt second, Centaur third; time, 1:16^- Seveuth race, % mile: Osceola first, Priuce Edward second, FausUua third; time, 1:1U%- Morris Park Races. New York, June 8.—Th* races here yes terday resulted as follows: First race, 1># miles:    Eon first, Ni agara secoud, Gipsy Queen third, time, I 56 Second race, I mile: Clarendon first, Dr. Helmuth second, Kiugsbrldge third; time, 1:41V-Third race, V mile:    Mary    Stone    first, Gold Dollar secoud, Martha Washington third; time, 47V-Fourth race, % mile:    Claudiue    first, Priscilla secoud, Evaugeliue third; time, SUV- Fifth race, \ mile: Civil .Service first, Fitzjames second, Fordham third; time, 1:10V Sixth race, V mile: Arab first, Daisy riau second, Pelham third; time, 1:27V Latonia Race*. Latonia, Juue 3.—The races here yesterday resulted aa follows: First raze, I mile aud 70 yards: Brook ful first, Brown Duke second, Lucy P third, time, 1:47V Second race, I mile:    Uncle    Bob    first, Prince Fouso second, Outlook third; time, 142V. Third raw, 11-16 miles: Hypocrite first, Catalpa second, Climax third; time, 1:47V-Fourth race, the Merchants’ stakes, IV miles:    Prince**    Bowling    first,    Rosemont second, Glockuer third: time, 1:55V- Fifth race, 5V furlough:    War Plot first, Emma Fields secoud, Jeaueretta third; time, 1:1UV- Negotiating for a Prix* Fight. New Yore.. Juue 3.—Negotiations ar* pending for an international prize fight between Frauk Slaviu of Australia and Joe McAuliffeof San Francisco. A prominent sporting mau of this city received a cablegram from Ixindno informing him that SlMviu had ugrec.l to fight Mc A uh fir at the Pelican club for Argo aud the championship Slavin allowing NI. A ii tiff* AIU) pounds for ex pen .He*. Billy Madden, McAuliffc's I acker, replied that McAuliffe would fight Sis vin on the terms rneu-tioued. A (•MUI Enumerator Suicide*. New Yore, June 8— Frank I.augue, who had been drinking because his sweet heart rejected him. aud who had lost his position a* carriage maker, but had obtained an appointment a*ceusus enumera tor, committed suicide yesterday afternoon. I .augite was, it is said, alarmed at the stories tbat the census men would be met with violence and he drank heavily in the morning to fortify his courage. He became intoxicated, and when be awoke it was too late to begin his day’s work. He remembered thai- there was a $500 fine in such cases and took rough on rate, which speedily ends I his existence. Results of th* Gams* la Is* league* Au Exhibition Gum* ut «fer»*y City. Running Kure* ut Brlgbtuu Bene Ii. Morris Park and Latonia—Negotiation* for an International Priss Fight. At New York - New York............0    1 0 0 8 0 0 3 8-10 Bziston .............0    t I 0 0 0 8 f 0-f Baas hits—Nsw York 15. Beet on I®. Errors- New Yutk 6. bunton A Batteries Ewing and Ewing. Kllroy aud Kelly. Umpires Matthsws anti Gonniug. At PL dads) pit ta — Philadelphia.........•    4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0—Lf Brooklyn............I    8 1003000-7 Bane hits Philadelphia IS, Brooklyn*. Error* Philadelphia I, Brooklyn 4. Batterie* Knell and ('ruts. Roaders and Daily. Umpire* Knight and Joues At Buffalo Buffalo...............0    000000 IO— I Pittsburg........... I    1012003*— 0 Ba** hits Buffalo 7, Pittsburg IS. Errors Buffalo I, PitUbur* 3. Batterie* Baldwin aud Ma. k. Maul and far roll. Umpire* Ferguson and Halbert. At Chicago - Chicago............. 0    003*2000-7 Cleveland ...........0    I IU 0 0 8 4 * * SO Base bits ('btcago 7. (Mevelaiul IO. Errors < ’bi. ago 4, Cleveland 4. Batterie* Baldwin aud Farrell; Baksiy and Sutcliffe, Umpire* Gaffney sud Barues. NATIONAL IE AOL' S. At New York- New York...........U    0 0 0 2 U I 0 8— 4 Brooklyn.............I    0 0 I X ll u U 0- 4 Base hits New York 12, Brooklyn 8. Errors New York 5, Brooklyn 2. Batterie* Kusie and buck ley; Caruthers and Clarke. Umpire McQuaid. At Philadelphia Philadelphia ......2U2000 1    1    0-4 Boston.........UU73CUOO    2-14 Base hits— Philadelphia ll ,B.wton21. Error*—Philadelphia 5. Boston 2. Batterie* Vickery, Smith and Clemente. Nichols ani Bennett. Umpires Powers aud Zachariah At Cleveland— ’Loveland...........ll (I 0 (I 0 U 0    2    1—3 Cincinnati .........0 ti » 0 o I u    u    0— 4 Base hits    (’levels id 7, Cincinnati 0. Errors -4 le elaatl I, Cincinnati f. Batterie* (Witin md /.I rn mar; Rhine* ani Harrington. Un abe Lynch. At Pittahurg- Plttsburg.............0    00100000-1 Chicago..............0    3 3 3 8 0 0 0 8—14 Bb'-h Id** Pittsburg 6. < 'hi. Hgd 14. F.nor* Pittsburg 12, Chicago 2. Battel un latAaou anti Berger; Hutchison and Kittredge. Umpire McDermott. kl ti I Bi no* DAUK. At Jersey City Jersey City 2, Rochester 13. Bun* hits J. r . , City ll, Ro. Lester 17. Errors Jersey (tty 7, IL* Lester 7. Bhp**rte* McDermott and Collin*: Wells and Burke. I'mpue- Turner. ES.ii; STOSE QENTLEMEfi'p fuRNIgHlfiq '{jnOD?, (it nth ai. n * 7.)... uulaunili-ietl white Shirts, only........48c (it-ntlt-iii.-n H BLINI laiimlrie.l \. hit** shirts, only..........ti9c In tbs Hands of u Receiver.    Tbs Owego Bauk    Resume* Busine**. Chicago, June 8.—Judge Colline ap-    Binohamtoh, N.    Y., Juue 8.—Business pointed Col. George R. Davie receiver of    resumed Teeter    lay et tike Owego Nettie Chicago Gas Trust company, now the    ti ©na I beak. There    wa* ne run on the (’bit ago Ga* company, in bonds of $$06,009. ttUntien. tn- Gentlemen’* 25c. linen Cuffs only Gentlemen'* 3<k\ SusjHMnlei-B only. Gentlemen's 4.r><\ Neckties only Gentlemen’)-* 35c. Neckties only Gentlemen's 35c. British Hose only Gentlemen's 2<k\ Linen Collars only Gentlemen's 65c. Flannelette Shirts only Gentlemen’s 65c. slimmer Underwear only..... Gentlemen's 12Jc seamless Hose only...........7    aU(|    <)( Gentlemen’s superior quality finest collar buttons    per doz , 4< Gentlemen’s 12|c. linen finest Handkerchiefs    only.......5< Gentlemen's 25c. wire Armlets only..................J2< Gentlemen’s 50c, Cuff Buttons only..................23< Gentlemen’s 50c. Scarf Pins only....................23( Gentlemen’s 25c. Cuff Holders only.................. .......15c >••••• ...I .JC 23c .......17c .......16c .......10c .37 and 33c  48c JUiJrllE STORE, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I70K SAI.E.—Two building loin, 50x6t), un I.rupert! Htrevt ural Fourth tttrevL Inquire at TS L. Foul th »tre«*L ti) OHR KUS \N ANTED. M.-n, aud women VV ageut* Big pay. steady work Outfit ire*. No experience needed. J. Knusy WHITNEY, Nursery mail, Koi bester, N. I STUDD AHT A CO., Psteut Attorneys, 615 7th St, Washington, Ii I , opp ll 8. Patent Office. I* ate ut*, Caveat* and He Inane* uncured Trade Hark* registered All (’aleut hiiaine** conducted for moderate Fee*. Information. Advice aud special reference* seut on request. 4(7*1 IMI in 4:^’ill IHI A MONTH can lie made NJW t$    working for us. Persons pre ferred who can furnish a hoise and give their wholc utnr to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A lew vat ancles in town* and cities. B. P. JOHNSON A CO,, moo Main St., Richmond, Va. KF. MOV Alta K Dr. Gen. E. Him Wham ha* removed Iii* nill co aud residence Mi >8». .Viz I love street. OI VICK Hoi Ko- in a. iii. till uoou; I p. iii till 4 p. in. Sunday forenoon ami weekday evening* by appointment. Jl*l HBI 55 111 buy 42!* Dove street a con nr * % • * R * lenient H-room bouse;idol lies presses, coni and wmxl bouse, handsome veranda aud vtalibule, hack sloop Mud storm bouse, ■creeu door* ami windows storm sashes and outside blinds; handsomely pa pend, newly tiainted inside ami out, water and sink lo kitchen ami Ii •H int for lawn. Lot novltin, new aide wall a, fruit tree*, garden and hot-lied A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT Iu the Merchant* Hunk.Building.£ Inquire of tf    Jacob    Wirtuer    or Frank May. There in 110 better place to buy Romps, StaiiM’oees, weeping-roHCN, till kimlt* of lint* ornamental plants, cole uh goraneiims, tomatoe and cabbage plants, than VANDERMEULEN^ GHEEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle and Seventh Sis. Vv ‘CioODS Apr) £a^PET£. ADAM,IU0I& ANDERSON AMERICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, ...    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto i*:    ‘‘Second to None.” We winli to Un second to none in your Hemet*. Try uh and wee. GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., 11 bm j list received a full line of uranus ms notstm. Equal to any iii tin* city, and at pricen that will pay you to see him beloid* purchasing. OUK SPRING AND SI MMER LINE OF Oxford Tie: iii flippers WE ,HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COT OBED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I ^Centre Street We winli to iinproM upon our out of town friends, in view of tilt! proposed ('lunge* in Hie Urflf aud the probable increase in the cost ol nearly all kinds of dry goods, that the month of June will be *thm month for them to shop. Prices were never lower thau they are at present iii our store. If the proposed tan lf bill passed, prices must go up. We are offering splendid bargains in sateens and ginghams aud Hummer wash fabrics of all kinds. I he balance of our spring stock of chia ks are selling cheap. W e i j note the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen’n blue mixed shirts sud drawers in medium weights, al 50c per suit. Gentlemen's Balbriggan underwear, 50c, per suit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirts and drawers at 26c. each, 40c. goods. Ladies’ Jersey vests as low as 10c. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vests with Isca trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vests at, 25c. (each. White aud black lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each. Silk vests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will he considerably advanced lf the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, ami we are seeing fine cloths, napkins D’Oyleys, towels, etc., at rare bargains    - New styles in parasols. New style*! in gloves. New styles in hosiery. Headquarters iu Buffalo for Carpets, Rugs, Draping and upholatering,fabric». Adam Muldrow and AcdersoD, AMERICAN BLOCK, WHI-402 MAIN HT It EET, BUFFALO, N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 364 MAIN 8T., HU KF A 1.41, ft. Y. DKA!,EK IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather (ioofi*. etc. RSU HA y/JVU, GOL/} <f SIL V RH PLA TIN ^COMPLETE LINE OF 364 MAIN ST HK KT, Opposite Iroquois Hotel.Go to Monroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures DCI your^aWIF-OHI MN EYS break? >    "THC WRONQf SORT ; THE RICHT ONES ■ PEARL TOP AND ARE Made only by GEO. fl.^ACBETH k CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. ;