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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. V. THURSDAY. JUNK mw. NO 9:» 6 ti Uh ti CS ES TATI VE USINESS HOUST* THE STORM KINO AI^Tl SENNETT LAW CONVENTION. CREATES 3REAT OEST R'^T ION THROUGHOUT THE LANO. •r OF DUNKIRK. >rw    U    M    nisi i"r ait lin.lt af »'Uaks »- me    *“>-u*>e •»* Mr - bam* ai impertinent of LtUnUNCMi aa.l " 1 ■ “'n;    Ss * ^tt LiimU**r XhiaflM *fl l Lath. I r®*‘ AUiV    I    ufmym • Ut mer f«*C sr tows*.e Iuka •of let tad. ■ a aa uirtuKl). XKI !•>) 2-~> I retral Ava. K. Artiste Ph^sirapiier. li|ff"ty£rk Fa^rapn, .>1 ftato..*. t ‘^ ‘ ‘Uroi ^^e#4 wa. I for aunwtaia* except *wr BOO a MINDICK w -Jaws* lwiw«, £r*- prs»-u»r, Ntt IS It. *~-,u-i -u-eei. aear flu! laio    I»uuk:rk.    * T    '*'* we Paia unlet*. etc., bouw,! in ail al! I***- *,r l4 r* ?r japu* Uinfai k*. AU w>jck gu amalett!. ^ I KA HAK'* I HAK KERI Mill "I*. WK « en lr ml Area tar. Wn.,i**aie aud retail <t«el*v in la ported an<i mtitic think, GMffewera, A- B 1 Ma it.hi    a Mirrri t    intl,    ti    v*r fay. Ll Tart a od Board.af Stable lo ot>oooct*-*a V icUmt Bidri. JS6 ant ST* L*># street- I UTA MAKKAR nMol* \j    «    aaa.    hi|tc,    Prop., • ador Lake >k.-re NaUoual Bank co I (1ui (aa far! itnwu. A 4»m» aku*.k >» Fur-qra aad PiiOMtic i i|kc» UIS ILI> A SOR. IV I catur iirort. i*ru,*i to«>rse-*too#*r*. Parti* o*ar otsaat.ua clo iBtrrfenog homes.    * bosset of t'»*! I tr.>Ui ag a*intra a specialty tNklKk KW Biff NU OMN URI AK. . ; c PTI ll Ittrgesl Daily ta the County. An uu«uoaiml ad mart.«mf amli aaa. | .IMI HK CIUlRUBUIi t OM PARI lf Ii    lorireriy    swilew    A Topple. Moo ilia.-1 arr rn of V. a flora, on hm, I'uiwys, •asitia* Hanger?, etc. Patterns, Cast,*#*. and M*» iiioe Work to oz-ier. I .INklKk SMI KT aah- Aff.    aud M7 ii irater turret, Man ufo** surer* of SA* i •%rue"weli'* aa l •Deakirfc" yerlset - iltiag I Dr aa shirt*. aoi« .a ail wading furnish, »*, clothing aad dry goods bouse* ia Duakirk. DW. TOO MBT.    _ L    04    mad k» l.iaa atreaA Dewier ta Hour, heed, ait. Baled H»J,rhoa-pkair**, etc, Established. I SH, I « KIK HOTEL aad Diasaf satoou. tutus bi lie put Assy *• ee*s lu ail tra.ua aud ou* nee* hmaaa Beal acomuaatau***** L»r Cattan- sui rraveler*.    _ J aku J Murphy, Prop. Brod•h*w >*h.. Swept Ama? by a Tar-Okie Lye lust*. Datlrnrlai Life mod Prapart? tai It* Path —List at th* Bilked aud Iajured—A khaal Iowa* tfliiS lafBCULS. Neb. Juue 5—Report* from Brail-ho ar a h oui let of too or BHI inhabit out*, about fifty utile* want of bere, atole that the towu woo swept away about I •’cleck Turwlay bight by a Cylon* The ry- lune woo aet out pan .rd by adat u«e of rasa aad a st tinning fuel lade af hail < aasiden a* the complete feet rue turn af the town it -venus aurei uIon* that •o few llvea were lort aud so few people ta jured The list af killed aud wouoded mo far aa eau ba loamed Killed M aa Fiv?m Three children ef John .Shaw Sos of J B Bruuu*ey f bilk af Mn Chonta Wounded J A Bkt. salt arm broken Mrs J a Bar unit aad two dough ten Wife aud family of Mr Cutshaw MKS M WILLI a us I ak nown congruist who was taken up aad doohed against an elevator *«<le He will die Nellis Dorset Ma aad Mrs Jobs Millail alai Miller aud hts family Dtt Moore Mk aud Mrs Kei&iil Mr aud Mrs J H Bascule and their three children WrLLik CM API Si F M Colat P M ( ooh WILLIE HEA TV Mro Thomas Mm Cmarle* Miller Mrs E C Chap!* Miming Mr .-sn aw father af J oho Shaw The Prussia a mettle we ut mouth wear of Bradshaw ie ei*o destroyed The phraiciaua slate that a number of thorn injured will hut Hee. The prairie around ta strewn with dead hogs and •Luck Governor Thaver bas ordered Company A of the state troupe to Bradshaw » here it will remain un duty until order la rest ored it b* MLR KS kJLXJ, i,    VT    an mad Ai E. r&*nt streau Piae Puraitura, CaUael Wore in t I p* oaimter ag. Picture frame* mo*ie lo or*»«f. Schaal Ik lid rem Pmtoll? Injered Minneapolis. June 5.—A special to The Trtbue from Chester la . toys A cyclone passed near this place at 3 IO yesterday Aftern.K>n A school house three miles south was struck by the storm aud com pletely demolished Several pupils were fatally injure*) Farm bourns* and nam emus out huildtnar* were blown awa? The number af people injured is estimated at twenty b'.1 Ii W ATTksoN U « «• m i^eatntl Ava, I aa* term a# Faahtoa att* iseaUeinen OuiAwera A KALI s TP AM HKITISU UL ii lfaa*itocmrers af 4taa» Heatiof Apparatus Ss ai lory Plumbing a Specialty. Aa Electric Wire Billa a Morse. Pl SINFIELD N J . June 3 —During a severe storm here la*t evening an electric light wire wa- knocked down and struck and kilted rn fast horse owned by John Chandler, which was being driven in from the races Hayer Peek Denser* the Add *•1. urn*—Besot a (Worn A dented. Milw V* REE. June S.—Cher*wert uearlv TW delegates present when ^ Ch mat:mn Koermmr ihai uuat of time anti Bennett state .eof rot < oui a. it lee ca lied the autL Bennett law rtmvcntiuw to ordar at I o’clock yesterday afternoon The delegates i a rue from all parts ui th* atake and m«jat ef them were from Lutheran churches bait I he re warn v^uite a aum hor of deiegotem from other deuotui natl otto and sot let ie* i ppoeed to the la w. After the mppo.utu»ent af committees so credential- ami re-M.lut.oos, Ma jar Pack delivered an address of welcome Speeches were thew delivered by Hea W. C Cotaa-hauseu and Col. ( unrad Kras of Mil wan hee and ProfesMor Andersoa of Madiaua and et liers ta opposition to the Bennett law The com rn It tea or resolutions reported th# following platform, which was unanimously adopted: Wa, * IU kens of -v.« *aida la convention WMeaaL»ir-t in arder to pruc«M    th* *o- aiiwl Hen nett law la th* Ant place cuondw •seary to tiff. od *urs*iv** agaiast faise re present .(I luna. emu. alated to prvjtidi** oar < mane sod do. thervfora. declare: First W« arr ae rnemida af th# Rag Hah lait. lag* aa th* juatrery w* rndaavur to furn lr 11 aor children the vary b**i ia*tructi*n theft a Nwcond We < onsider po bilo schools a •cesta r? bat maiataio that parrots bat* the right to establish aad t* select fur * ncmsr i ~ss *choul* for then c:. ii J re a. Third 'V « c I aint no part of the public school fond for th* us* af parochial or et aer private school* Fourth VV* era not appunad to a law prs blotting th* empiovment of rhitdrea us fa< torte* nor to aa tuatawDt providing for reasonable « ofu pc I awry attcadaac* at ii baal, aor do a* abje. t ta sa interferao* a by tA* state with -cboul- « *rn.tucted ontrarv ta th* public order aad morality Hut we protest against th* so-called Bennett law. b*-. a uw it un aw wise rlly aad uajustiy car-tan. our civ ti and religious lUwrtjr, tar ie F .ret •< fifers th* ac Le*, board aa opporfumty of determining arbitrarily that a child, dnnng the period of «afor* wi atteodaaca, sua»t attend a <* boul ta th* city. town ar dial net In which It re*i.fe*.. lints depriving parents af the right to vend their -htidrea to a better <w more sui ta bis *uhooi uatsida eh* distr!* t *•> wad it compeis para. bino and or bar private eth<*ols ta obeerv* th* urn* ar urns* of attendant * a t*d by school bosud*. without ro-g ani to th* rite* and nu toms of cha robs* or their school* Third- It prescribe* certain st adion, ae aim th* aieduua of instruction therein, furthermore it* wording la such a* to afford school boards ample opportunity ta ueorp powers not giv**o tbeni. although th* stnt* aud it* officers have no right to interfere with th* management of parr* bin] and other private schoula We the refer*, declare that regardless of farmer partv affiliation*, wa shall rote for sucu candidates only se pi edged themselves ta w ork for th* repeal of tho Bennett mw A* patriotic < mares, aa**:.taming human rlit LL- both dill and rsugious. ear waking -ound principles af sd u«-af ion and sn th no tau. iv toward th* English language oppo-ad. h< wcver. to all maa-ure* tending to oppress th* im*.crated citizen* to stipple* their ase tivs tongue W. rail npon all who *'herlah hbert) above party aud nationality, to join is in the effort lo hav* this anne* **-ary. unjust and tis* ord-breeding measure repealed. » urn rn i trees wilt be appointed in «scF district to ascertain the view* of all candl date* on the law and only those who Weo-vate the ahnolute repeal of tho Bocnett law will be supported CO.VliKKSSlUXAL NEWS. THE BUSINESS TRANSACTED IN BOTH BRANCHES H OME -STK AM LAL MIKI. ij -j.ecisiuos. F ile 'ti.rte, WH*. « • **»•• *. ic; Luffs. Ic. sal La.-* t artal aa Fro* Uoliv-sry. A W cummiogs, JMT t euler street sub!** Struck bv Licbtnlng BelvIDFRE. N J . June 3.—A very severs tbuosler ■•tortxi with high wind occurred last evening lightning struck th* War reo hon sr stable* and they went destroyed by Are lam flu.UUU H ti. DEHM. E Third *t.. coe of Buffalo Banat** lurer sad dealer is Fib* Bouts A **hoos ENKE th Ell.EK* N NEW NTLI KE. WW I. EA rn.rn ii. Bu» k4. 'izu.*otr;> M.4»jcal In-s4rumeuhi,Mhgaain«M.Daily sud w reklv Kaf*efs, nu I evarvth.r g pertaiaiag to a Ant < ia*a book more -Scboo. hooka k ijWiLlt. ii A Th u mlrr st ,>rna is Kaw Turk N fw Yore, June 5 —This was the bot teat June 4 fur twenty years The mercury reached NH degrees A remarkable bat short lived thunder turin last mg tit somewhat cooled the air Illinois Do* or rut I* Cooveatlow. SPRINGFIELD, Ills . June 3 —Tho Demo cratic State convention was called to or der at l*J o'clock yesterday in tho a*o*m-bly chamber of the state house by Chair mau Phelp* of the Democratic Stat# Cen tral committee. aaT delegates being in at tendance Joseph Mann af Daaviila wa* mad* chairman of the convention. After the rail call of the delegates a recess was taken un til £ o clock CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER ; OB FRI Si TLM <u of every dearnpkMm and at I lowest ttviag rates by Dunkirk Posting Company, a aud IO E- sacuod vc JIE. % AK BIEEX A SON, fir* Lite, Ac* ileal aud General I asarta**. Dealers Mi K* e. Estate and L*am. FOFiicular aural tea real* Kai Estate abu i.**aum r«nw ui»r u«. I lo the care of onperty coUecl- j JU. JHHeater sc. Iud la*. NT IFK KOB* FN % KH At I. WU Central arenas Besdqsaner? tor Wall Paper Pa.at • (Hie, Ac- PH BKBJLMN. J. fi, HW I eater street, Manufacturer aud dealer ta Mar ae*, Saddlaa, Br.dias, collars. Trunks,* kps. Buffalo Robes, Morse Covers <>lovm M.tteos and 'neigh Rot-es ■ I SA MOL ten, I .    ll    Fast    Third    streeC FsmuuwaU* Tailor, ctealieaiea will fad it to saran taet- n> call un me tie fur* par uasmg elsewhere. Pit. C .AKI A CO., mw Lion street, vreeeral Hardware,Whit* Dal.dili.lLahr'i mpp.i**. Od Cloths, ant se Ware. a spw-iai-v ai -•herwifcWilliams Pa ataa-1 Banrueraags. I LIN?*, such as blank-books, ledgers, sad sd a. u is «d blea Es -ion* at Dunkirk Printing Com pan r, s aad IO K. Nocona NL H Th* Verdict af th* Jar* la th* Milks Murder Trial. Little Valley. N Y . June 3 The defense in the Milk* murder trial wa* heard yesterday They-hawed thai the deceased brother had a violent temper, that he had threatened the life of the defendant on two or three occasions It wa* claimed that Dick was very engr* and avusulted I George Henry with deadly aussie* and at tempted to reach a gun George on seeing th* danger, jumped and seized the gun and tired immediately with aim The prosecution claimed on th* ’roo* examination that Goorge had the gun before Dick threw the missies, and dodged into a bedroom and out again and dehber ately fired the fatal shot The defense claimed that Dick made th* deadly as •suit and that George shot ta self-defenas The case wa* given the jury ar 7 p rn Later—The jure m the Milk* murder case returned a verdict of man*laughter in the fir*t degree at *45 p rn The court adjourned until this morning at I) a rn Sentence held The defendant will appeal THE MOHQNK CONFERENCE A Harvard Statical Adjudged I nam* B»*dToN. June 3—F J Holland, th# Harvard *tudent who stole bicycles, beata etc , from th* college building* wan yew terday adjudged in vane and vent to an asylum    _ _ THE MARKETS. JI** Verb VI *>u«? Market. NKW Yana inn* L Vf-*u«v < l<*wd at I per rent. yesterday, th* highest rate vol an i the lowest 4 per cent. Ex. hang* ('lowed Ste* iv putted rates. J* ha #4 We?, actual rates. *4'*0,4 *4*4 for atar? days, and *4 -tm4 MU t,,r letnaad isorernmentv clewed steady: • urrewcy. 4a Li bs OHI; 4a i*uup. I ii hid. 4G* do, lUEJtfc Pa* 1 ti* re..ruad b**a*i>* cbwwd ai* follows: Union tir**r 4. I 47% Hid. do slaking faada I Ut% hid t ?u I ram. L14N Hid I » L Do LA H MOLDENH At EK IV    Cur. Third sud Buffab* sis.. I realer in (iran. ie. Marble, t egging ani luiMbns "tone. Call on me us fur* buying our si*!*- waih K to, and * ISLlt Eaat Front street. Whisky. Wine*. Bntud.es. General Ll*) nor Stare tar fattily ess. KOH AHT M BA!. Ciao streec near the I*pot. Buardiug. sale, Fee*I and Livery '‘table »tabling bv the lay or week os r*aw»uab** term*. na« J. hirrukl). Ad Centra. Ave. (L p > aia.no, «*eu* rai lusuraaee an.i heal E-taw a? eaL F-re. Life, Accident, aad Liva stock iD*ama*e. Prompt attention fins hi hay tag aud sailing heal Asta ie rev C. JUXIA I    a E. Third sc, ear Dwet Vt * Mmsi Market Fr**h. Snit sad SutwAed Meat*. Lard. ^usage*, oysters att Th* PrsrwHllsf* Opened by V. a - President Rutherford R Haves. Lark M *h. \h. V Y Jane 5—Th# Lake Moh* ok Negro conference convened hen* yester (av to disru-*!* plans for th* mf van* enieut ut the negro race throughout the eountrv Kx President Hayes opened the con fere ace with an able add mas or the object and aim of the conference and the progress made by th* negroes during the past twenty-five rearm The topic for yesteruav morning's session was "Industrial Education. What it is and What it Oughr to h»" (lea Armstrong opened the discussion and wa* folia wed by Ftev Dr Allen, secretary af the Pre# bytenan board of mis*iou* and cithern Mr Haves was elected president of th# as soc tat ion a TC MKN. jewelry, ac, •guy Vue Aurora Railroad W awk Re pa. rug a spwciaity. FrmakrTsitopf. »» k Third st yy M. tit EEK. Merchaat Tailor. IMI CSM Mi A ?«*«*# S600 REWARD! W E will pay the above re*ar t for aav ram of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, -tick ties* lac Ae indigaeLaa, »aueUpauou or Coati ««ae*s we canaut cure with West • V rr^tabw Liver P.IU. wiws the Jirst'UOM are »tru;Uy compoed with. They are purely Vegeta:.**. **d saver fait hi give •adat** Lou i-ugar Coated. Large bd aa*, ooukauuag Kl Pill*, hi oeata. Beware af coua L*rf«iu. sad atitauoaa Tit* genuine uiauu lacurwu only toy JOHN C W EAT a cd sotd toy Eoxiwl’l Pdaxsici.D kirk. M. T. An Aaseadnsent t* th* Atlvar BHI. Wa-RINGTon, June 3.—la the house Ra-pnbhcau caucus aa the silver question last nighfipv maasure proposed by Mr McKinley for the coinage of 4.SHU >110 ounces of silver monthly, with bullion cern ti cates a* legal render, and with a prevue iou that wa«n gold and silver are at par free coinage shall ba inaugurated, was adopted with aa amendment that holders of ballium certificates may redeem them ta bullion at the option of tne secretary of rh# treasury Mr Connell of Nebraska -aud he would not be bo md by this act iou aad ha kaew several other* who would not. so that leaves the question stat un settled____ strike af (Bewet Railway Employ*#. Coll vim a. O.. June \ - The employee of the Cooeol alated .Street Ka: I road cwni-pauy went ant on a strike yesterday morning Th# strike include* drivers, conductors and stableman. JI** York Prog no** K sr tv enc*. New Yana. J ana 3. Fl^H’R    Cd*wed    an* hanged ' est*rday; trading light.    Flu*    arsle*    winier.    *42- *►. do    f    1 asRi* 21;    vufierdne    winter. t~ SIU- <>    do    spring, ff: JSia: SA    *xtra No I w ater £1 ' su,.> JS do *|>nag. £l rt 48-1 “Si evtrw No I winter, £1^3x14 40: do spring. £1 aaa* -* (.tty mills evtrw. *4 40&4 (kl for West Indie* -‘outbern flour closed steady: trod* sn*i family extra*. £* I ml* AV WHFaT Option* were very dull aad soon tow ame weak. de* fining r4c in the first hour under quit* a liberal -etling. Prices subsequently rn overed V- but th# market wa* weak again rn th* afterneoti and finally closed NhS’W lower "pot Uhs cloned »teady Spot sales of Nu. 2 red winter. N-iftiilc Na I do. wviNA ungraded red. •id**K. No £ rwd winter June *• do July, sb* do A ag . KTtt-do Sept . Hr I ORN—Options wen* weak aad dw-Lnad vgr ta the early trading, but -uien recovered and closed steady at Tuesday Bight's pri( aa. .spot lots>'lo*ed -tradv Kpot sales of Ne. £ mixed. 4lyp4&': -teamer mixed. 411% No. 2 mixed June. a*7* . de July. 4J4%r; do Aug . 42V- do dept.. 43c. OATH— Optl<- as ware active and firm, cioaing final I* No I mixed. A Na. 2 do. J*Hb; Na t mixed Jane. Chg*. : do July. CANUTE Dull. BARLEY Nominal PORK Dull: f*i.rwkl43 for new mesa LARD—t'ioeed firm and higher far goose mouths. July. fa J* Aug . fit a. **ept.. Id 40 BLTTEK—Dull. *a*t«rs creamery I wsft ic wert em do. I2feg i4c CHIE>£- Wuiet: factory N*w York cheddar Ky'fctd#’: western flat. TXgJpk’, IkuS "leady eastern a ret a fraeh. lh# l.V-%. woeterndo. l4-wS **4- Canadian do. Ue. The We*at* Passe* th* Forviffeatlwa Ap, pr*prt *tl<>* Rift — All th* Aas*ad-■ewat* Are Agreed Ta—Mr. Frye Deair** t* Fores mm Aliftaeee W ith Ferwige Cwaetri** ta vuppr** the Lfcgaer Traffic. W aachsgToH, June £ — lh the leu ate vwsterdav the rvaaluUott for an inquiry into the management of th* fish cocoons stoner s office wa* taken up and agreed to Th* presiding officer (Mr Ingsil"; an bounced a* the select committee on the hill for the establishment of the University of th# United States Messrs Edmonds, Sherman Ingalls. Blair. Dolph, Harris, Butler Gibson and Barbour and said in explanation of uia apparent indelicacy” of appuintuig himself on the com mitten that the memtjenhip was se lei ted by those who were specially interested in the passage of th* bdl and that a* w*a mat consulted Th* fortification blit was then taken up, th* pending question being on striking lh* Items for th* Watervliet, S. Y.. I was. IMT OUD fur tho erection of south mug. aud fife.not for machinery for 1£ inch guns and tnaorting in lieu of them the following Tor boring sod turning Le r has riding machine* aad BM on travel mg crane fully equipped for the manu-Ihctura of ll inch guns at Watervliet arsenal. N. Y £«5 un# ” Mr Gorman apposed the insertion of tho .atter item and favored th# inking out af the first two Items Ha spoke of tho proposition as one intended to centre ail the wurk af oiauufactunng onluance in gaverurnant work shop*, instead 4if dlvld .ag it as hod boeu arrmaged under the leg-ttiation of IMH with prs*st® work shops Mr Dawes replied to Mr Gorman and defended the * ms ud ascill proponed by tho committee un appropriations lf private parties did mot corno ap to the expectation, it would bo ahwal ately necessary for th# government to ba ready tie carry on th# work Mr Morgan spoke at some length in favor of the policy of haring all the groat porta on the Atlantic, the Pacific anil tho Gulf of Mexico provided with sufficient defense* to resist any attack by hostile fieots also la favor of the building and maintenance of a strong navy. aud (rf tho satabliehment of government works im various parts of the country for tho carting of arge ordnance After further discuaniou th# amendment wa# agreed to—yeas 27. nays lh Mr Teller offered an amendment to purchase and teat a recoil operated infantry small arm of thirty calibre, with the compound accelerating cartridge ais# to tent one light rapid lire, rapid trausiff six pounder, breech loading field fin, mounted upon a disappearing, shielded, field gun carriage and alto to test one ne- J tmug sea-coaet defense carriage Agreed UA All the amendments recommended by tho committee on appropriations werw agreed to aud th* bill was reported to tho sonata There a separate vote wa* taken on th* amendment increasing the appropriation for rifled sea coast mortar* from fiSSo.‘Jfiu to $4UU UDO. The amendment wa* Agreed to—yea* £! nays 13. The amendment aa to the Watervliet amens! was also agreed to—yeas TS. oafs 13 Al! the other am* admen ta were agreed to and the bill wa* pasard. The concurrent report of the house authorizing the enrolling clerk to insert in the ad rn mist rat ive bill a certain pro vino. agreed to bs the conference com mittee. but omitted by error in the enrolled bill, wa# presented, explained by Mr Allison and agreed to, (It has reference to the duties on imported goods saved from wrecked vessels < A communication from the secretary of the Interior in reply to Mr Sumrall s resolution, as to the diversion of funds for irrigation to topographical survey*, denying that there wa.* any suck diversion wa* presented, read and ordered printed and referred to the committee on lrnga (ion Mr Gorman offered a resolution {which wa.** agreed to* calling un the secretary of war for tofu r max .un relative to the im rovement of the water way fi ten th# atapeco river to Curtis bay. with recoin meodati*>n* and eat imate* af the United States officer in charac Mr Frye offered! a Joint resolution to authorize the pre'Hieut to form alliances with foreign countries fur th * -uppreseion of the liq aor traffic K.-ferivd to th# committee on foreigu relations The senate tlieu, at 5 .IU. adjourned (ranv* Mil what la known aa senate amendment ninetyuna, in regard ta th# ahaiiiionmeut of goods to underwriters aa l salvors Although their wa* aooppo siuv>a to th# corm-Hon betag suede, the Democ rata, crrrying out their program of making th# administrative bill a test me .hr u re a* to the power of the speaker to count a q arum, were unwilling to give even their tacit cooaent to any feature of th* hill They, therefore, ordered the na vs aud »-a*. and refrained from voting The re anon rh agreed. IJT to 3, the speak sr contam* a quorum The hou-e then at 4 33 adjourned *EST POINT EXAMINATIONS. Third De? of th* I uaistsreasDt Rise cts** si th* Millier? A* *Uc«*y. We*T Point. N Y , June fi—Yesterday was a scorcher and the way the sun poured it* rsys down on the sandy cavalry parade ground was a caution. Early in the morning the customary excursionist* put in their appearance, but before Boon they were bemoaning their hard luck la having-elected a day when the mercury crawled ap to th* nineties seemingly without effort The fraud old trees fronting the Parade Graduating grove in front of the library building and Flirtation walk furnished t h< me de-1 rot is of availing themselves of their shade a most acceptable prole, riou and it is seedless to say that there went hundreds who visited those spots. Yesterday, like every ether day of th# ^-adustion season, was a busy one tor the •adet* Recitation- began at 9 a rn and continued at the un<'ea*mg round of ques Cioaing until the board of visitors and th* academic board tired of their an-wers at 4 .1) p m The examination is progress mg finely, and th* outlook cs good for concluding with the first cia-* this week The aaakiug up of vt auding" -ettimg out ctandiag accounts and other ai mute derails will keep the embryo army officers busy until they receive their d plumes today The special feature of ye-terday for the visitor wa* the battalion drill, in which £fc) young men ta immaculate white trouser* and dress coats manceuvrvd about the plain displaying their proficiency in th* manual af arms To-day there will be a sea coast battery frill oue of the fiue-t in heavy artillery If it should rain the cavalry dnll will be beld m the nding hail This is the moat •xc 1 ting of all drills, and rarely does it nappen that graduation passes without an accident. The *kirmi*h drill, or sham battle, oc-rurs on Monday afternoon next. REFORMED PRESBYTERIANS. A Report Adopted Condemning barret Societies—Other Work. New Y'ork, June 5.—The Reformed Presbyterian synod met at the Second Rearmed church in this city yesterday Horning The Rev D H Coulter of VV infester Ken., wa* elected moderator and R J George of Beaver Falls. Pa., clerk. A report on unfinished business and de-Krtumai exercises consumed the morning ie—iou A motion to discuss the proposi-loti to allow minister* of the Reformed Presbyterian chureh to exchange with miimten of other denomination- wa* m-iefiniteiy postponed by a vote of 7b to 51. A report condemning secret societies was iebated The only objection made wa* hat it wa* not strong enough, and after Dr H H. George of Beaver Fail#, |*a. Rev N R. Johnson of Oakland, (a1 . and Kher* bad urged more decisive action, the ▼port was adopted and a committee sppomted to draft resolutions further in-li<-aring the -ens* of the synod Rev T. A H Wyiock of Washington. la., pretented the report “On the Sabbath ** Pro feasor D B Wilson of Allegheny. Pa , the report “Un Domesticate,! A-so, larious ’ sad Rev J K Milligan the report on ■tsu-tenation and Church Erection * Afterward the report on -ecret societies wa* brought up aaatn and instead of being adopted was pronounced too in definite and wa* referred to a new com mittee for revision -wa-4' higher Spot late closed steady ft •aion of No. I white. Fe: No i fie. Ii Mc: Ne. Baffal* Fro*isia* Market. Br rr ala. Jan* I WHEAT — I'laaed lower. Na. I hard. VTHa Na. I northern. Mr Wister wheat -Na. * rad. ***• iff***' No I white. CftTqi- No. I da. ah on track CORN-Higher-. No. 2 cora. Fe; Na S do. 101%, : No. 2 veilow, JTVgc. No. fie J at JTc. 0.4Tis quiet. Ne. 2 white. BSt^c: Na J fio d*-. Nu 2 mixed. Jlc oa track RYE-No. t IR-. BARLEY quirt: No. L fffftt.: Na. A SF '•rn* FLOUR-Steady spring wheat, heat patent. rn bel., s* UU0A3U and low trad*. tEJfi inter wheat-cest family. £i ffhftl Th gra- UB. £J JO. BUTTER - Creamery faacv hfi.h. da choice, I*,*, ?<;: do waatera fan * tfinfilTo. I HEESE - Fancy fail cream per lh. ifftfic; chou'* de, Uh.-: good do. EDDS— ^tata sad Canada, stnctly freak crates. UVftiSo. woatora rraah. I3*«c- C FN THS HOISE. Wash I Ye. Tun. Juno Y—In the bouse yea terday Mr Oal*otne cf Peco>yllama presented tue conference report ou tL* army appropriation hill The 'canteen ' cl me of the bill a* agreed ajon la conferem.'e wa* criticised by Mr Holman of indians as disc nahuatl na against enlisted un zn Mr pickier of ."Outh Dakota wa* op-po-e-i to tile whole pr» po i»ioti He did not want the goTerunieut tc leg ihze tho •ale of liquor* to the *ol tiers. Mr CKuorue tbouaht that for a member of » ongre-e to ai tempt to get a little prohibitory capital by sinking at the can teen. wuieh wa- ludor-e-i tov officer* of the army, wa* to «hcw himself a* one who wa* h oking forwird to the ele tion not far distant After further fie bs re the report was agr-ed to Mr M rrell of Ka nsa* sj- si % disagree me ut of ti e ccnf -rr .» n .mittee on the senate dependent pruaica till The house insisted on Its mieudmeur* (providing for a service pension> and a further conference was ordered The house then proceeded to the further consideration of the Alabama contested election case of McDuffie against Turpin Mr Wilson of Mi**ouri in advocating the claim* of the contestee, said th at this lese wa* intended to pave the way for a I ieral election law The verdict ob this caim would stain the record af the house tor all ti rn* It wa* a monument which would stand forever of the greatest in jus Dee ever wrought en this floor Ainee the foundation of the government Mr Turpin spoke briefly in his own behalf Mr Rowell of Illinois summed ap the case of the contestant In the course of his remarks he said that the time was coming when all over the United States it iron Id be a* much a crime to stuff a ballot box or falsify a return as it would be to commit a felony The first vote was taken on the minority resolution dei lanag Turpin elected, and it wa* rejected; Yea* IM. nays. 130 The majority resolution swat;ag McDuffie wa* agreed to—yea*. Lh); nays, 113 —And Mr McEhiSe appeared at the bar of the bouse and took the oath of office. Mr McKinley of Ohio presented a con current resolution directing the enrolling clark to enroll ut the customs ad mini* Atlantic City’s Drawing Card. Philadflphia, June 5.—A special to The Telegraph from Atlantic City, N J , says- Th** re rn.slice of the stranding of the old whaler Strafford, which came up on the ben*-h Tuesday night, seems to be "kicked out." by rumors that her present plight wa* brought about by the shrewd• tie*# of a Yankee ^peculator About three weeks ago an announcement appeared in the New Bedford newspapers stating that the old whaling bark Strafford had been sold very cheaply and that the purchaser meant to exhibit her as a "wreck ’ at seme of the seaside resorts Yesterday she wa* high upon the beat h Many people visited her aud would have been willing to pay had there been a convenient wav of getting on board An effort will be made to get her off. but -he lh so high up 00 the beach that it will be futile Aeonveoieut means of getting on board will be built and she will prove a very good drawing card here •ii summer Cabinet Officers la N*w Turk. New Yore, June 5. —- Secretaries Win-Joiii and Ru*k. Private Secretary Halford and a Dumber of officials arrived in thus city yesterday from Washington latter they lunched on board of the Hamburg* American Packet company's new steamer Normans* and then inspected the vessel Ex President Cleveland and wife aad Lien. O Bierne were also among the guests of the Normama. In the afternoon the Washington officials visited the barge office, supervised it* workings and investigated sotur of the complaints that have been made about the system A Sioux lediaa Dr**!**!*. Saffron, June 5.—A clan# of Ififi students received degrees at the Boston university [Methodist! here yesterday Amoug the graduates in medicine wa* Charles Alex Ftt-stman a Sioux Indian, who** original name wa* Dbl yes*, signifying a winner Hr wa* born in I soli on the Sioux reservation His father was the son of one of the Sioux chief* aud ju nco ta the Sioux outbreak of I**i- He was wounded, captured and condemned to be hanged, but wa* pardoned by President Lincoln The mother of the young man died at hi* birth. I Fn*min*nt C oat in orc ut I Traveler Dead. Utica. X Y., Tune 3.—James H Eug land. of the finn A George A. Clark fit Co. of thi.s city, one of toe moat prominent commercial travelers in the state, died last evening, aged 40 He was chairman of the board of director* of the Com mer cia! Travelers Mutual Accident aa*o>nation of America, treasurer of Utica com maadery Knight* Templar, aad prom meat in many local organization* Nu Damage at Bingkamtua. Bl-i..HAMTON, X Y . June 5.—About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon a severe rain aud bail storm paaeed over thus city The rainfall for thirty almuten wa* the heaviest known hare for yearn, bat no serious damage wa* Iona * * A BALL ROOM HORROR. TERRIBLE LOSS OF LIFE BY FIRE AT aRNSTADT, GERMANY erie stoke WINDO W SCREENS, *krt«k tag ffuwM Wuk Th sir Garments A bl az* Kit ok Madly Tkraagk th* Ball B,»>m Defying th* F ffurta af Their Friends ta Fxttaguisk th* Flam*#—Th* Derby Favorite B*at*a. London. Jane S. —During the pcogres-of a bali at Arustadft, Germany, Tiki ad ay night, a chan,leiier containing a number of lamp* filled with petroleum fell to the .floor in the midst of a crowd of dancer* The lamp* exploded, scattering the burn mg oil over the terrified men aad women in that part of the hail and a terrible scene ensued Shrieking women with their garment* blazing ran in all direc tiou- defying the efforts of friends to ex tiagui-h the flame* and mane were thru WU Wish Violence born of desperation to the dour and held while their burning clothing ws* tora from them Two ladle* ran into the open air sad were burned to death before pursuing friends could over take sad relieve them Thirteen others were seriously burned, and It la thought that -orne of them cannot survive their injuries THI SS- UBT FAYOR1TI BEATEN The on* hundred and eleventh Derby run at Epsom Downs yesterday wa* as fur prising in it* result* as any an* of it* pre detectors positively can have been Not in auy rnt the similar events in recent veers ha* the favorite been regarded as so sure a winner aad it 1* not recorded that •ny favorite ha* been so ignominiously beaten. Comparatively speaking, nobody thought of San Foin as a winner, though the bookmaker* and the knowing one* believed he would run second, sud backed him accordingly Throughout the race. as before it. Surefoot displayed a vicious temper When nearing the finish he ba ame so intractable that he almost threw hi* rider aud made two attempts to hit* the rider of Hath beal, and the consequent pulling up contributed largely to the distance by which he was beaten. The rain which prevailed In the earlier part of the day militated somewhat agelast the if tendance though ft w 1* fur a* compared with previous Derby* At an earl? hour in the morning the road was filled with vehicles of every de-. ripGoa, from a hand barrow to a four-in hand, aud «\eiyU*dy wa* in holiday huiuo» Th* rough element took especial delight, as n-nal, in he-pattering their exquisitely-dre-*ed better* with mud, flour, etc. but on the whole there was lese horse play than 1* customary on the occasion The heavy down pour of rain coincident with the first race of the day destroyed the 11-uai vivacity of the -cene at the coiir** aud The occupant- of the -pl -adidly appointed carnage* were compelled to take their luncneoQ under The-belter umbrella* The rain al^o curtailed the Nmaiint of visiting from one carnage to another, which i-a prominent feature of I the Ite bv and ron-eqn**ntlv mn> h of Fhe I good feel in a characteristic of the occasion , wa- absent    * A- a rule. however, everybody made the be*t of the -itnation and th,- -bettered one* indulged in quiet nierrunent at the evpen— of rho*e Ie** favored It i*a noteworthy fact, from which the backer* of >u reloot ext lait a spark of coo—Jar ion, that of the HU previous Derby* ouiv thirty-nine of them have been won by the favorite* THI ©TC ©’ORLEANS RFL# 4SED To* Due d'Orlean*. who wa? roraacd from < lauvaux ptiaou t uesoay, will remain in Switzerland a few days, presumably to effect his plaus for th# future. His friends are making extensive preparations to give him a royal welcome on his arrival in Bru.*eels. whither he will proceed from Switzerland, and he ha* taken a house in the west end of London for the season, where he will give a series of entertain meats The Au-trtau government ha* p**i tively refu.-ed to alhJhr the pau Nlavista to hold their proposed eggrr*—»- on Austrian territory SUMMER corsets. FANS, JERSEY MITTS HAMMOCKS,    ' SPREADERS and HOPES CROQUET SETS. base balls SUN HATS' DUSTERS, SPRINKLERS Light Underwear, Men sand Boys Summer flannelette shirts. _EniB    STORE.    — ^PfclClAL ANNOUNCEMENT 117 GftK KBS WAST BD Man, aad w mea TY agent* B,g pa?. *i*a<ly w«.rk outtti Dee. No expenen,*    j » HIT "AY, Gorier? man, go.r. N. I STODDART A ( O.. Pa teat Attorneys, fihl Ttto 9t, 1% AshlUgtni!, D t. , opp I g. Pilrol < l(-fle* Patents, (Avesta and Re Iimu*» •*-< ii re, I lr»,le Marks registered Ail Pateul touaineM •mill ti,-ie, I for moderate Fee*. I a form.tit n. Advice and special reference* -eat on request. kJjihi 1-    % month can be m c Ic Nd Mf IS t-dW.Yff working for us. Per-on* preferred who can lur rn-Ii a horse and give their whole tune ic the busine**. Spare m>>menia may be prom -ably employed al*o. A few vacancies rn towns ud -.mo, B. F. )OHN!>ON A CO., iou* Kim toe, Ritiiacihl, Vc RF MO TAL. f Dr Geo. K. Blackball! bae removed bi* lh- e aiel residence to No. -lit: D«vtt»tf***t, OF FIC B H<jl k.’s-lu a. rn. till anoa; Ip rn. UH 4 p rn. Nunda? forenoon aud    evening*    tov appfsntuienc NC I ll Bl"1** *‘UV **** D*-?e -ll*-e| a ■ u C * fT'fij ?eiueat *-ro«mi bouse ;cio< be* pre*-se?, coal aud w,**i house, hand-oine «eran<ia aud ve-, ti im ie, t,ack -loop tnd storm-bouse, screen door* and window?, vtortu m-he? au<i ottUxte blind* baud-ouiet? paper* d, newly painted inside and out, water aud -ink in kl ic tie ii aud ft- draut fr»r lawn. Lid Htox Iku, new vide* til*, fruit tree*, garden aud hot bed A Larga, u. ROOMS TO RENT ,, In the Mercbaut* Hank.Buiiihug Z laquire of ii    Jacob Wirtu«r ar Frank May ThtTp iq n<> !^tu*r place to buy Rook-*, Staja-ro^B wpepiiig.txw^, a1 J kiln In of fid** v*inaineutal plants, culcus TaiiPi i las, tom a toe ami cal> I’age plautrt, than VANDERHEI LEN N GHEEN UOl’NE for Eagle ami Seventh Hi*. ^0CD3 Af(D Carpet?. ADAM.MELDROlTs (NDESSON A MKH!: IN BLO* k. -4*>2 Main Street, Buffalo, ...    .    N    Y SECOND TO NON Our motto is:    “Second Voile.” We wish to Th* §econ<J none in Your servwe. Tri un i sec. GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ha* j»l"t received a full line of Biaaiarck Will to* aa Independent. H (MBL Ro June 5 —The Hamburger Xtt-hnchten say* that if Prince Bismarck enters the mch-tag he will never engage iu party politics, but will alway* freely expre** kl* view? regard I*-** of government. and will esp**, tally try to show that the -tate police in Alsace cannot fulfil its objects owing to the renewal of the treaty with Switzerland which ha Bismarck) terminated in ItoHH Th* Marquis Will gu to Prison. PARI*. June 3 —The trial of the Marquis de More* and the other* arre*ted with him ta connect ion with the May day disorders ended yesterday in their conviction The marqui* wa- sentenced to three months impnsomueut and the Anarchist Valise ta one month in prison (in rasir. sit ®tax K^uhI to any iu th?- city, nm I •it pricv* that will pay von to«»» e him bifoil* af purchaaing. Sir t barie* Tupper Coming Homo IjONDGN. Juue 5.—Sir ('hariew Tupper Canadian high oui un—wjQer in England, will leave for Canada to-day to a-eist in the settlement of tbfi Newfoundland fish erie* trouble by advice ami counsel. HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETIES. Severe! Interesting Papers Reed ut tike I mu relation ut Saratoga. Saratoga, N. Y , June V—At the afternoon -eweion of the Congregational Home Mi—10aarv societies yesterday paper* were read by Rev Dr Joseph B Clark and Rev. Dr William Kincaid of New \ ork Th* report of th* meeting iu Chicago wa* made by Mr*. I. H Ciafflm of Lombard. Ills Mrs. W* S Kincaid of New York presented the report of the committee on auxiliary lesson* find the report of the committee on the appointment of a national advisory board wa* made by Mrs I A. Biddie of South Norwalk, luau. Papers were read by Mrs. J M Metcalfe of St. Loui*. Mr* Henry Crawford of De trait, Mr* Elans K Regal of Oberlin, O , Mrs. W M Montgomery of Miuneapoli* and Mr* C. Matter of broadhead Wm A public meeting last evening was add reseed by Rev E. L. Lyman of New Mexico Rev W* G Puddrfoot. U S. A., and others The rn-st n.itional rmetmg will be held in San Franc two Tne officer* of the na ttonal organization were reelected with •ut exception JUST RECE1 -OUR SPRING AND SUM- We wish lo im pre «• u|g>o 01 out, of town frieniH, in view of ti proposed change* in the tariff rn th** probable increase in the cont nearly ail kind* of dry goods, thi the month of June will be 0rt * mouth lor them to *h<*p. Prici were never lower than they arg 1 present in our atore. It the proposed tariff bill pause price* must go uj>. MER LINE OF iMgrtwuse Springer K«uommat*,! SprinoTIEL©, Ills., Jun« 3. —Th# Thir-teenth district congr-sHUonai convention yvaterday rvnommated Hon William M Springer for congree# by acc carnation, and for hts ninth term. MIU Succeed Bl ut** lf. Holden Mo , J ane 5. —Juan C. Tarsney, representative m niigraau from ta* Fifth Miasuun district, wet nouunaiad by the DsmocxaUc conv«n Uoa toxaecaad hi Basad. Osfard Tie: aad Slipper: WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER. WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street We are offering splendid bar gmus in sateeu* aud gingham* am Hummer wash fabric* of all kind* I he bai auce of <Mir spring sloe I of cloak* are selling cheap. W e • 1 dote the following bargaiu in underwear: Gentlemen 9 blue mixed shirts ani drawer* iu medium weights, at Mjc pe suit. Gentlemen * Balbriggan underwear •Mite, per iiiit. Gentlemen * blue angola shirts am drawers at 25c, each. BH:, goqds Ladies Jersey rests aa low aa lik each Lad ie* ’ balbriggan veal* with lac trimming, onlf l£c , w^rth 35c I Good grade Jersey ves^s at 25c. |eacb White and black lisle thread J erie' vests at :dc. each. Silk vests, all coloni, 75c. each Linen prices will be considerably ad vanced if the tariff is changed. Ou prices are much below even curran prices and we are felling fine cloths napkin# D Oyleyy towels, etc . at ran bargains    -......... New ftvle* in parasols New style, la gloves. New styles in hosiery Headquarters in Buffalo for Carpets, Rug*. Draping and uphoi*tering(fabrics. Adam Meta aad lad AMERICA* BLOCK. MAIS STREET BUFFALO, N. Y. CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, (■ffiattS BAIN ST., KL KF ALO, J». T. DKALKR fit Diamonds,    W    atelic* and Jewelry', Clock*, -ilverware, I ca iller Go**!*, rte. KSOR J Vi Are. GOLD if SIL V KR PL A Ti AT A complete line of Holiday Goods IWV* MAIN HT HK KT, opposite Iroquois UoMi Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures DO TOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS mw YOU GET THE WBOkC SORT; THE RICHT ONES t PEARL TOP ANO ARE Mine wt? I; GEO. A. MACBETH A. CO., P1TTS8UR6H. PA. ;