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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y SATURDAY. JUNK IW- HEP HPS EST A TI VE congressional news. The CEDAR keys TROJ9LE. 6 USINESS HOUSES the business transacted in the NATIONAL CAPITOL. NEWS FROM ABROAD. OF DUNKIRK. 4 MFW Kl LIX! YM MI« *V A all k.b.tx .rf t.taak* I*    a.« nu.x' u* k# V4. * tu»ii ' ai !>* parti*** ut *rf fH Orcsttr Portion of ti.* Sonarr U (>«-rup|r<l la ai l>t(ruMl»a of the Silver Soair tHinHua Defeated at eke M OMO. Day la tfee Fihtoitlvt Mill—Tfee Dttftfe la Dunk irk} Pnotin* A Lr\.%MlEK'S Coal nn.t W •Mite rw a>l lei ie.I. ■ p! I »r*!. 7 ** :'•TI 2:irv!7!^.T‘rASS. «“,rrrtJO“ ^    »4®r Wa.*hinoToV Juno 7.—la the ternate ye* Cerda.v morn mg. Mr. Mitchell mo veal to wcuu.'iilrr tie tote by which the -roots paw***! Thunwlay rn bill authorising the of a railway bridge acron* river near Vancouver The motion wa* entered. The Preatdoac sew t fee Movol Ola ran Were Jti»rtfl«»rf la Tfee lr Ort Ion WDHiMR/r, June 7 —The president sent to th*- . note y***terrfav. in ie-pota*e to a multi*, a. of May M rm+ze%t*u£ in foe-i mat ion concerning the aftaw**^ ’sailing of an amir.i f rte from the I tilt 'd ^Mte* revenue cutter Mcljtne gt O-dar Keys. Fla and tho alleged entij of the houaea of cit lr ti., by force and loam alle^rd pursuit ut . iiiberia of the Untied Stat*— in the aorroundm J country, a ‘ letter containing what hr d* - i lur- >w» .tai I **« lufortna tlOQ p—r'wl nj Ui* <tv< CU « depart- ENGLANDS ATTITUDE IN RELATION TO EXTRADITION CASES. BK. uirroKli. ® »n*i ** I ratrai Ave . Arn" Pkocgrmpn.r ln.taalaae.rn. Puotoerapiia rf Hat. *• • ap-tiislty ared out wet f*Hr .uaaaioe •a UHM. •fetter, e .real tor Boom arnk»ibt j*«*» lanmu-. Vo. I* K. See.»ad .trert, arar But hi.) at **t Ilunkirk. M. 7- Magaa.ma. Mu ar Ptniuhli’U. etc.. U».ua<t la ai* .iflea. * *rrfer-sum*..! to All work f mar* a toad HlKt HKK'*! t'KUt kKRt HOI vt. Mr v eau a1 Avern ae. Who Mate .ad remit ‘mater aa I a ported a»d •ootr.be Chiao. * .iawtwa*». A<* (J IMAI TAL tit A H«»TU, Kale*. *1 per ‘lay. tn t Hoarding Staid* lo «*«rt»aecb<»a Victor hider. Sir. .ad ss: Lichi .UeeC luverv 4 HTV MA MHK K .HOP I fear. Sagie. P****S Ct. ler luike #boc* Vauoaa* hank. Otar aa.I Ui.nl .tteeta. A Bu* for**:ga and Ife.iaeeu* cigar.. •be k id tONkl.D A OOM. ti* I eater .treet, beal feorw-.tooenc Pmrurular »ueab.»B dtu loterfermg fe*»rs»**. stuwiii *»l road J tr-ll. u* u..n*r^ b .pee aal tv. I) LfeKIKK KVKVlfeO OHiKBVCIL I argeat Daily ti ti e I nouty. An uiic4nailed advert**!..* iiie.tiua- *1 VK1KK KVtalSKKKIVO COMPANY. J    lorirerif    H#U*#    A    Poppkc Hauula* lurer'* of f.ufpn***, Bo* Mr., Pulley A Haugen., etc- Patter**. I.e-giag*, •bai bag I MliOr-, au«i etc. w rn bl .etet- I * I V K I KH II Leaker of the .HIKT IIL A®. A* ..treet, Hauula* lurer. Crow weir* aad “Daakirk** perter! - Btbug Dr*-aa feinrte. on sal* is ail leading furn.sii.ua. aiiti.ilf aud .try #(**1* n.»u»«*» ta Dunkirk. I* f. TtMlSf KY, J .    U4    aad AU Irater a Hour, Fwd* pfeate*. rW. K*lai>tt«hed. Lion •cr.* I, ait. hated Hay. Pfra*- un I'KIE HtrTKL aad inurn* sui.#*®. I a *04. r* De pill feaaf arc#** bl ail Un. a. aad feu*-S(M dollars. Bra! aee*iu*ue«tab"«* for tua-nsraa! Traveler*. lullu J Murphy. Prop. • HI.EK* A CU.. *7 aad 'kl k Cl    *7    aud    'kl    k. r me* sirree Floe A arui ture. « ab ta* I k are aa«l I p~ aotnienug. Fiona# frame* anele to polar. D. I* aTTE#«»m a to., IBI t es lr ai Ava., Leader# of faabioa aad oaaUemea Outfitter# a Ka. ti ar EAM HkAfl.vu HL ii M aa atar lurer, of Ht*a#» fleabag Apparatu. San. terr Plaiabiag a Specialty. H OUK STEAM I. kl MURY . Our .pectalbe.:    fiae    -tori*.    l<»r; l obar*. ie; I lift, Ic, aud Lac* I artalu. I re* Deli* ary. A VV . cuiaia-u**, fe#7 i eater •ireet. |J K. DAHM. fc I Bird at. cor. of Ba Palo M .i»uf*rturer au«l teeter .a f sae B.»>u A Sh-W* HIN Kl WEH.EMS Vt M *TOKE. tun K I'Hi rd RC Booa*. -UtbMierv, M oaf a1 lo •truiaeaD.Mfefai.sea,Daily audVV'ceklr Paper. 11 uertai ai ae lo . ir.t ‘laaa crhA ... I even lAir f pertaiaiug to . Ar.! More N»'t*‘*». KooA* a «pr«'iaitv I OIS I tUVTIVU ill •!«> low ut Ii VI ag rake* fey desertpb<mi an.I at OuuAirk S aiel PnuUug I oui pan , hi Ii. feOMHi NC JU. V Ah HI KEN A I - Aet ideal aud be aer a «n ta heal Ej* La lr aud I vUMt' a paid to me care of u tag real* Ac. UY (euler ac. MOSK, fire lite, lusuraaua Deal-am Par it. atar ITO pen V collect a. i l*«ur. ^JOVKOKN PH tRHAt V. MV Ceotrai Aveaue Mea.l«|uarteni fur Wall Paper Pa.at ,o»la. Ac. I v kkk I vt. J. rn.. I    AIV Center atreeC Manufacturer aad .Water a Hare*#*, -ai.ie*, ti. (die*, i OI I ai a. Trunk*, VI fe pa. Buflaio hope*. H mw Cover, (ilove. M .tteu* .od -feigti htdiee a j fe Hui.TM. F,    17    hael Tiurd .treec raatuoeaLW rat tor. laeaUeaten will Bad it to Ute ir ad v.ntagv to calloo we liefore pa re Ii.•< ag tee w frere. I f H. CAKY A UL J .    SXI L.oe otreeC • re tier* I Har-lware.w hue l^a*l,« »i t«,P..nter'a Soppitea, tai clotfea, Drat. Ie W are. A specialty • f Nherwtt. W lib.ms Pa. ut aad feline range. R 11 IMi. sui ti a* lilank-WaiA*. !«*• I ce r», and att kind*of blanks d«>ae at Duakirk Prtauag c.uupanv, 9 cad IO K. Necoud st (It IHiLPH MOLDEN ll kl EK. Ii    (    or. rbinl aud Buffalo Nta.. Dernier ta bi.ane. Marble, r ort nr aa l featai iia -ion*, ( ’alt on we ie lore buy .ag your aide- a a. k MUY R UL 7 and i Eaat front atreeC W htakv, W mea, Brandies oocerai Liquor stnrr for Lauy Cm. KtlHEKT M K kl. Lion street* hear the lepoC tfewr>bag> -"Nvte, Pewl aud Livery -labia. I fetatM.ua by Ute -lay or week ob r* aa*'ca toe tar wa. AM J- DIE EUKD, Jut Cen tm. Ave. il’p ^ «la.i. , cee lier. I »uf m.r an 1 heal Balata va rue Aire. Lite, AltlMil. awl Live huck iMunuxe. Prompt atma Boa n* rn bi fettyia# nag ae ut ag heat kiteh T* AON BM, 75 IL Third *C. eur Deer aa. elal.w Meat Market. »r*wh, Nail •.VIK. ta eau, lard, \nM|o. My.tar* PiiUltrv W W ATC HEX JEW ELMY. AC ;Buy Ute Aurora ha.lr ad * tu t hr pa, nog a • tie. laity. A rank f. -up!, w K Third *C M. MIK KEH. The holler amendment to the se bate bill for a public building at Beaver Falls, Pa. was disagreed to aud a conference aahed A lie. conference was ordered on the dependent pennon bill The silver btl* was toke a up aud Mr Plumb add n wed the ae bale If them was *u« Ii Ii bai., ial health, soundness and pro»»[er1fv in the country aa pictured by Mr H i-'ir k I'bu md ay, why not let th# ton If aud flnaodal .yatem of the country alone* He wa. willing to alovndon his idea in favor of hat money and to widen the ba.«e of the credit structure by adding to it all the silver that the United State* aunts coulii turn out. The senator from Ohio >Mr Sherman) hail Mud in a brief speech which he made vome time ago on a minor clause of the .liver bill in a bunt of candor which had not characterized bi* aperch of Thursday, that gold and *ii*er had (teen created by the Almighty as money and -u< h they had been from the beginning of time “What bod had jotued together let no man put ouiuder " Mr. I lo sib .p. >ke of the .liver bill in counwction with the que. ti on of protec ’ Don The wii.tr lull had fjeen ap{M*aied to Thursday by the venator from New York tMr Htw a I against the bill in the Rw red name of pnitectton He would not •.ail it a fetich, although he did not know I what he would call it before he got through Stiver was au American product —a much tar *er product than many other. which were to be protected by dutiew of AIU or Ani per eeuf under the cooling ton rf fall. He w ould like to a-k the vena tor from New York, who was so anxious I about foreign com alerce, what he intended to do w ith the tariff bill, which would pre vent th* United Stale, bai lug any foreign I commerce. He hoped that lie might interpret the senator'* remarks on that poib' a* a hopeful augury of the arf iou of 1 that senator in putting his knife into the bill now before the finance committee, a bill which w.iuUi raise the price of nearly everything used by the ma--*— of the people. Mr Hlactick explainet) that the point of hi- argument was that if tmpof - were dimini-he.1 it did not follow as a matter of course that the export would tie dimin l-he»i If the United States could place in the market* of the world what it had to sell. iud could coui|iete with other pn> j pnsiiners. the nation* would buy it, aud jmM t»» the extent fhat the United States did n<»t rake foreign product- rn exchange j for what it exported, would the tjelancM of trade in favor of the United States be j increased, and gold would tome iu to pay these is*h»lices Tbe bill was laid aside After a ret —iou the oeuate. at 5 p. rn . adjourned. IN THE Hoi NEL WajsihnuTon. Juue 7 - In the house yea rental the menders o« cupieo their time in a lengthy .lei ate <ai the silver hill. Mr I ami of Miliuemita Opeued the dis CVUMMuM by stating that he represented on agricultural district, the farmer, of which were poor. and not w holly prosperous. Ha said that the depressed cond it iou was due to the low price- of agricultural products, which he I ie I! e veil were alfet ted by the I mount of money in circular iou. Mr VY alter of Massachusetts denied J that there was business depression because I >f low prices There was uot a solitary fa* t that justified the statements made in favor of I ree cornage Mr Bb Hint of Ireorgia contended that 1 the de mom t irativii of -liver had cauf a blight big curse upon everylsjdy but the topltull-l Mr Bland of Mi-s. un pr>»teated against i the denial <>i the right of the minority to jfler aineudmeut. Mr Kerr of Iowa advocated the bill as a long -rep in the right direction and thought that it dill not merit the condemnation in which the gentlemen on the other aide indulged Mr Tow anend of Colorado said that it was a matter of history that from the foundation of the government until 1*C3 I there had existed free coinage of high g> Id arui -liver at a ratio of Id to I. The i duettist iou in the ratio hail been nominal until 1*7:4 jiUt very sensible since that time. The only complete aud per I feet remedy »u lo reverse the action of 11-7*3 and go hack to the free and unlimited coinage of silver Mr Skinner of North Carolina denounced ae a crime the demonetization of •liver in JST!, but said that it would not ) compare with the enormous mn which i this c*digress would he guilty of if it deprived silver of i*> money function Mr lk>rvey of Nebraska s*id it could , easily lo* shown that the greatest pro**-I peri tv ever - x pc net. ce* i bv our people was j when they hail the largest amount of cir-! eolation per capita Mr McRae of Arkansas appealed to gentlemen on the other side who believe*! in free coinage to restore silver to its proper place, not step by (Hep. but as it wa* de-*r n.yed. in one jump At the conclusum of Mr M< Rae’a re marks, the house, at 5 p rn., t*s>k a recewa uutii - o'clock.-the evening session to be for general debate on the silver bill. In tlie evening -es-mn Mr Perkins of kent ii* k v acted as r|-caker pro tem Mr Barnes of lieorgta spoke in favor of free coinage! Mr Parvtt of Iu*1iaua favored a bt metallic system Mr Shively of Indiana contended that the dis|Manty between the yellow and white foetal* was due to advena* legislation against the latter metal Mr Hoi man of Indiana gave a suci met history of toe remonetization act of is?5 After further debate the house at ll •'clock adjourned merit rehiring to the mat Ur- inquired about “It will he observe^." says til* president. “that the United Skates collector of customs at I eiiar Keys mad been driven from his -ffi--e and from Pie town, and th* admioist ration of the cisterns law. of the Unite*! States at that pan suspended by the violent demons*rat*P|?and threats of one Cottrell, the mayor fiji the place, assisted by his town marshall. Mitchell “lf it ha*i been ne*.wry aa I do not think it cawl la in any casa. for a United State* oUlcer to appeal to the local authorities for immunity from violence in the exercise of his dutiea.^the situation at < edar Key. did n*it -uggnnt or encourage »u« h an appeal, for r h. aa to whom the appeal would have leva addr*seed. Were themselves the lawless instruments of the threatened violence It* will alway* be ; agreeable to me if the fMral authorities, of Phria acting up (Q their own Reuse of duty, main taia the pnblic carder in such a way that the officers of the United States shall have no occasion to appeal Toff the intervention of the general government, hut when this is nor done I -hall deerult nay duty to use the adequate powers Tasted in the ex ecutive to make it site aud framable to hold and exercise the tilts established , by the federal constitution and laws “The means used in this case were, in my opinion, lawful aad necessary and the officer* do not -eetu to h^«* intruded upon any private right in executing the war j rant* placoid in their I End. The letter dated Aug 4 last. which appears In the airn—pondeuce subrn 'toil apiiealing to n*e to intervene for tbeprotection of the citizens of < edar Key#, from the brutal Violence of U(Atrell it will be noticed was written before the appointment of the new collector Tbsp the officers of the law should not have had the full sympathy i of every good citizen in their efforts to bring these men to merited punishment is the matter of surprise and regret it is a very' grim commentary upou the condition of -octal order at Cedar Keys that only a woman who had. a* she says in her letter no son or husband who could ba mode the victim of his malice, has the a>urage to file charge* again*? this man j who was then holding a subordinate place in the , nit oms service.” I ne gapers accompanying the mesaage incii.de*11he correspondence between the department of Justice and Mar-Ual Weeks. and liet ween the treasury det>artment and the customs officers and officers of the revenue .utter Mc I .ane The report of E. I* H-trange, the Uuited States deputy marshal w ho was sent to Cedar Keys to search for <'oftrail and Mitchell with war- j rants for their srre-t shows that Cottrell was not found bat Mitchell was arrested j and released on bail. He says that hr and Uapt Sm vt h of the Mc I ane were victimized by the people, who fooled them several time* in their efforts to capture Cottrell The attorney general, he say*, has been misinformed in the matter of their searching dwellings unlawfully In every case, he says. they asked permission, which was cheerful Iv granted The report- of C*|g l-myth and J. H Pink*-rtou. collector at Cedar Keys, agre* with the reports that have been published. , Aa I a* port oat M«wunu«tu^ on tfee Subject Issued fey How* Secretary Met tkewe—three Workmen fall frow* a t'fen ret* steeple nod Are Horribly Iff wag led—IM ber Koreign N*w«u London', June 7 —An important mem oraadum ha* been issued by the home sec retary Mr Henry Matthews, reciting la detail the formalities ne* esoary to be ob- atrved ia the proms'utiou of extnaditioo case* V\*hile no especial reason 1* given for the issuance of the notice, the general understand:ag ia that the efforts of Germany. France and tile other continental powers to induce England to enter into att agreetueui to deliver up fugitive Anarchists aud other political offender* upon requisition have called it forth aa a partial explanation of England’s attitude ia th# matter though the real cause of t he reluctance of the government to join in the suppression of that obnoxious class is not made plain A SLIT AO SI NST TEE IVMAX LINE. The owners of the steamship Aldersgafcs have brought suit agamist the Inman Steamship company for salvage earned in towing into port the disabled steamer City Th# 'Ase excites great interest In maritime circles owing to the large amount involved aud the mu-tanc* of the Inman company of extreme ground* FELL FROM A CHUR( H STEEPLE. At I tor lux. Prussian Silesia, yesterday a number of slaters were engaged in repair tng the top of rn lofty church -feepie while a cunon* crowd below watched their movement*. Suddenly the staging upon which there were three men. gave way and the tnru fell to the ground A shout (rf horror went up from the crowd as the men bounded from a projecting part of the steeple aud whirled with fearful velocity toward the pavement, aud for a motliest after they atruck the ground and lay quivering everyone feared to go near them When they were taken up it was found that nearly every bone in their bodies was broken aud their flesh so badly mangled as to defy recognition. Severe frost* have prevailed In the Rhine valley during the last two night*, completely destroying the fruit crop and greats damaging early grain. TMF HY DK PARK V Afel ME FT PIG The arrangement* for to-day * ma** ) meeting in Hyde Park to protest again-t the government's! publican*' compensa tion bill are completed and it is expected that an enormous crowd will be present. The arrangements for the parade to the park are very elaborate and tile temperance organizations will turn out in full force. A number of stand* have been erected for the -peaker* aud many mem ber* of parliament are experted to put Jbemselves on record a* again-t the bill. WEST POINT EXERCISES. THE SPORTING NEWS. INTERESTING EVENTS »N THE WORLD OF SPORT. ¥e*t#rd*yr 1 Result* of th# Hmm** la th# Brot fee r*. rod. League, Aairri< na Asocial toa aad New York fetal* league A Day with ta* Plyer* at tfee Morris Park and (hisn* Ka* * Lek*. .I 0 .1 ti A—12 fe- X At New Torka- Se w York. ...... Brookier*  ......... (tame rolled* rain Base kits New York la. Brooklyn i Error* New York I. Brooklin C Hat tem* */T)av and Ewing: sow der* sad Cmok I in I ii re* Matthew* and Dunn,ag At Cleveland— ...4 I I ll I I I .000 auzs laud 14. Bu lf ski A kiwi i. Bu lf alo A. lo and St.) der: Haddock and I- • 0- I Parliament YA ill k.ljourn In duly. Lo*Dux, Jim# 7 — As a result of the cab-.uet council, held Thurulay, the g»ivern-nrut announce* it* resolve to adjourn the Ye-* 1*at of parliament at the end of July until the middle of October The g*ivern-ment aion propuaea that the grand committee of the ho ti se of couiui«>n* proceed with consideration of the land purchase, tithe* ami Ik-ensiug bill* conjointly, and further propanes that a new standing order lie adopter! enabling the bouse to resume w**v4t on unpacked bill* at the next sea*ion from the *tage reached in the preceding one Mr. (enchen announce*! in the house last night that Mr ’-mitt* would sh rtiv make prop****!* requiring an aa autumn rece** ta rad aal in* K raw* 1 oat loo* Nearly Over. Aa Emettiag 4#talry Drill. West Point. N* Y., June 7.— Exam ma tion* at ri.« aafirtan academy an* nearly over, and to-night will *ee the end of it ail. Then there will iw a few cad*^« seated OO the anxious hnek, bat in the main ml of the gray coated lads here feel that they are to be numbered among the fortunate* The first clos* was under fire ye*terday in both the Spani-h language and in law These are the lart studies of the first clans. Then they will lo- released in a great degree from the strict discipline they hav# undergone for four year*.    After the classes have all been examined it will be several days ere the relative standings will ie* made known. The drill set down foe yesterday by the program    was th# school of the soldier mounted, in which two platoon* (rf the first clos*, under com maud of Uapt Lh>r*t. Fourth cavalry, gave an excellent exhibition of proficiency in horsemanship. The drill took place in the riding hall and owing to ira limited capacity only th# nearest friend* of army olficer* hod much chance of witnessing it. tm this account it is generally considered the movable part of the program and is goo# through on the first stormy aftermsm during the commencement week -trange to say the -n>rmy day arrive*! just right for the pmgraqn. and ram wan falling as the West Point fez) gathered at the hall The hoard of visitors and their ladies with member* of the academic staff occupied the south side gallery exclusively The drill wa* of one.hour's duration, aud most thrilling and exciting in character The cadet*, clad in grey riding suits, mounted and dismounted, galloping and pinning horse* with and without saddle*. •hot at imaginary foe# with the revolver in one hand and cut at one throat the head,* of a kneeling enemy with the oilier, ie*;ed hurdle* four feet high fought imaginary hand to hand battles with sabre# over the p*e^*e**ion of a trophy won, and finally as a coup d’etat the entire command dismounted, a- if by magic, each threw on it- side the animal he had bern riding The exhibition of skill was frequently greeted with outbursts of applause and when the twenty young warrior* dismounted for the last time a* plattjona and marched forth to their barra* k*. they hod just cait-e to feel that they merited the applause that followed them In th# evening tires- parade was dispensed with owing to the continued rainfall. To-day the program give- [sjnfoou bridge I (Hiding a* the exerri-e* and will be viewed from I the river front at the north end of th# I p«e»t The lfiT» young candidate# for ad- I mission to the academy will not com- j inen-e to arrive until Saturday of next j week—June 14. lh and IT tieing the date* ‘ set. Few (rf the spectator* who listen to the j sweet mnsic of the band on evening parade know that six of the men furnishing the music are prisoner* who wbite-Wasfa the guard hou-c wall* during th# day, are mar* lied up from the prison a J half hour preceding parade, compelled to fall iii line and play. then are returned to their pri*«»ci home again These men are the fellow* who struck for an ad\ anc# of pay uu the first of June, refusing to fall in line for review, purchased a keg .rf lager and taking up pi* it ion ou the nun I tart of Fort Put. cheered lu-tilr and long whenever the hand -truck I up an air, Thev will tie tried by a general [court martial tm -*s»n a# graduation is over with and will then undoubtedly be nUM .p«, taOur** .•»(-!«•». (nm. UM ; F,,u„h ,    Wlk,    Mas.^u,    ar>t. “    .    ^    * * U-rIn I    ~co~l    Duna«    third    tin,., £ AM. summer “Ie ve Uue I , Hnffaio ... Hose tilts Error* -A lev batterie- M Mack. I u* tare# F»«gum>o and Hoi bart. At < 'hi* ago— < 'bingt' .........I    X    ii    0    0 0    0 Pittabferg ..... X    rn    I    I    #•    a Base hits ('hicago 7, Pittsburg A Errors* 4 u-'gff 7, Pitr«barg A Batteries kina    and    Farrell.    Staley    and Carroll. Uoipires (sod Borne*. At Pt»iia*lrif^kia — Philadelphia-!io#t*>a game calks! at end af tuurtn Inning, rata. watioszl izauhl At New York — NewYorE ................ 2 y    I    0    ll    0—    J Boston  .....    ...    i    0    a    5 u IP-YU Bose kit- New Yorx A Buat<>n A Error- --New Y’ork *, Boston £ Batterie- Bifeiie. Buckley and Clara ('lark-son and < ran tail Umpire McQnald. At ('lev eland — Cleveland   I 0 ti    0    U    0    (I 0    I— 4 Chi* ago    H I    0    D    t    ll I    Ut! Base felts Cleveland UL Chicago IX. Error- i ie##Land 7, Chi* ago I. Batterie- ta* :eld and Zuumer. Hutchia-s*m and K ut range Umpire- Lypch-At 1 mcin 1 Lad -('n. t anan    . 020liXUtf*-ff Pittsburg.,.. Jl. .    ll H    «    J    I    lit)    4- J Ha-e bit- (Jb< innati HL Pittsburg IU. Krror* 4 'ingtaaa:I A Pirtefear. L I * t» - s* w de • * aud U#i „ 17 Foreman and Bald in. Umpire M. i*-ru**»tt lf Phils! b.a lldl*d«.lt,.,ia-Rroofclyn NO <17 ■BRXE stores WINDOW SCREENS, FANS, CORSETS, JERSEY MITTS. MAMMOCKS,    ' SPR EA DE FTS and CROQUET SETS, SUN HATS. BASEBALLS' DUSTERS sprinklers Light Underwear, Men sand Boys Summer flannelette -shirts, .v,-; ROPES, erie store, ANNOUNCEMENT tlr • *kk F.k-fff A Mr ANTED — Men, and women „  NP*ata Rig par. *m»dy work liutrti fnre. No experteu. e aee.ksi. J. Ecu as a w hits av. *urwrv man, Ho. bester, N. Y 0 DL* DA ET Att* Patent \ttomev*. XI. 7tn CJ *t . VY ashing too. I» 4. , ,pu I * Pzientot-ffce Bateau, Caveats and Be lumen »er,ired Trade Mark• registered All Patent bnsiue-* cond acted for m<*1erate I eea Information. Advice aud •peciai reference- ae at ob nqwat SKM I#    A    MOM    TH can be made pHffff Iff •r-dW.Wff    ll>f    ^    Per-oiu*    pre- 1 erred who can furnish a horse and give their whole omc to the town ursa, hparr moments may be pront-ably employed also. A few v nancies ut towns and clues B. ¥. JUHN NDN A (UH k»u Main Sn. Rtchmoad. Va. k a. . *:,mi a (rod ol * Mr KU IV Al Brmdiiy it - tjn .......... th.rd luteum. i'-« IAI ((J N a1 i .......0 (I ii 1) ii 0 A I • 9 • I. rsin. Hri i.Lou K. K*«* fee-ter 7. »-»k.iv u 7, It** hi—tcr *. 1*0.1) and Toy: I all ban and Mc. gam# post - shot Hi* Kother-iM-Law. Pi ►CGI! R K C Pal ti. S Y . June 7 —Th# aa thoritiesof Dntche— county have been notified .rf a murder that wa* committed in the town of Unionville on Tuesday af-teruism lost when Washington Olivet, an age*! m oil n tai nee r. wan *hof bv hi* slain law. Arthur Pendergrass Olivet lay rn the rood in an unconscious o md it ion until Wedtje-irfay aftermsm when he died Pen.iergra— had n*d lieen living with hi* wife am* -he barf rn toe her home with ber father, taking ber two children with her It is |.resumed that Pendergrass and Olivet 1. 1 arreted ai«ont the p—e—ion of the children. Pendergrass hod previously threatened to take the old man * life A coroner * jury i»ronght in a verdict, charging Pendergra— with the -hooting, but he has not yet teen apprehended M i«ap|>r**priated Trust Fund*. HCMpsTKAD. I*. I June 7 —It was mode public ye-1ent.tv ffiot Jnneph R Honr-tiua v/neoftiie m -t pronwnent citizen* of Fa-t M siii -too. t- a defaulter of trust fund- confided to hi- care to the extent of Til (Mi Mr Running has made an os--tgnineut for the leic fit of bi- creditor*, with no preference- He acknowledge* i thst he ha* misappropriated trust fund# and n nsv loaned to him for investment to the ahove am-“int. He i# a lawyer of previous bikh standing anda justice of th# pea*** It I- not known if any step* hav# vet taken f*»r hi- arrest The (taperer Will « urtail His doarwev Bfhliv. June 7.—It is stated that Em peror William will not extend hi* pne posed to'ir <>f the northern kingdom#, include Norway, as he had intend.rf The rea-*»ti for hi# change of program is not gi'"**n. leu it is believe*! that the condition of his he.tilh. resulting from hi# recent injury, ba- caus**! him to shorten hi* journey RUN DOWN BY A TRAIN. Rn* B che# ( ■ Haw En it Bat, K« 1 til I 1114s n- Is--• ber it s.racuw    roc nae-At bien IP iiei rain. SVW TcHK ST ATE LF AUCA. *t Tro\ Tray, 4; i’ohteskilL A Yr I tic* I tka-Oaeonta game p»i-tpon«d. I ram. \t Jofea-towa .firfin-Town-4 •loversTiite game pustioued, rain. Turf Ko-uIa Ny V V iRk June 7 - Tile race** here yea terrfay r> -tilted a- follows' First roe I PIA mile- lav im* Pell# fir-r Bravo -st ml. Major Univ third. ti .(ic, I «j *4 •- . >ia*1 ra* e, I ap Arroyo handicap. I *>% n. ; - Prather first. Sal vim *e» onrf, Nmga a tfeini, time. 2 04. Iii mi 1 im e. % mile:    k 1 bice r first, Josie N ou I. Blanche - la* th.rd. time, Im re -tree! -a c»m»-wv ;elot ton* pres et I Ii tat 1A‘ill buy *2* li v ^    R * veuieul --rt - iii fe. -e#. coo! aa<t wvssi h«uw, fem ie im. me veranda aud v irsLi feu Ie, feacto RUND and *u.riB-bouse. —Teen (taut* amt windows, storm sa-fee* and •subside fell lids, haiid-otiieIy papered, a« wlf painfesd inside and out. water aud sink in kite ben and to drant for la w ii. Lot HUX itll), new aide walk a, fruit tree*, garden and lug-lsrd A bar ga. ii. ROOMS TO RENT In (toe Meretoante B.ink.BuifelinK C ln.4u.1e of ti    Jacob    Wirtner or Frank Mar. riiere in nu    pijictj to Klly Runes, StRiii-ritetrifi vret»piDg-ruHedt a|l kintln of Hue oruanieutal plant*, coleus g^raueuiiife, tom a toe anti caJe f»age pl an tx, than VAN DEHM EULEN8 GHEEN HOUSE Cor Eagle and Seventh St* Cattle Killed Hv Lightning. Burton, June 7 —Heavy thunder storm* were refsvrt.-l ve-teri.iy from va no us points in \\ (-tern Ma-sachusetts and (\mnextK*ut In numerous cases cnn-id j erable damage to property by flood* i* re pone*], al-o the killing of cattle by lightning \ -?r* et t ar at Pittsfield was -truck ! i*y lightning. The driver wa* rendered unconscious and all the passengers were stunned. One (rf rh# horses wa* killed Want a Red ort ion on Bar lev W as*I SUTO*. Jum 7.—The Republican mein be-* of the -enate finance committee , have completest schedule# A aud B of th#| tariff tall an i thev will he submitted to th# Democratic memorr* aff the committee today Re 11 re*s-ntat iv# Farquhar of New York, accompanied by some maltster* off hi* district, was given a brief hearing He a-ked a reduction on foreign barley from JU to IS cents a bushel. A Train Juiops the Track and Topples (her ■ l. *ii| «*f -teflon Mew. K# KF .Hi*    ne    r    - Th*- V »r th west ern pa—euger train from F'reep*>rt which reaches ( 'hi* uo«i 2 o’cl.s k. jutup. d the tra* k tw . neb - w*-r of e re at II <»cl »ck yesteniav mon.mg on    t .rf a broken w heel A g lug of -e< 7 lo ii rueu ivere working about J*) f-et from th** p*.in* where the engine hr the rails. ai. I I* f .re they CoUhl get ar. iv the train ho*I run them down and topi led over on tb*ou The entire train was wrecked and the engineer and four of the section men were killed outright. The foreman, two section men and some .rf the passenger* were injured The rn* n killed are K.d carl Blai-dellof Fr*s-|-.rt who hod b—*n an engineer on the ii ilena dii i : u for or(*r rhi-rv five years A ugli -f John-* rn and Em ii Ander-—oil tit (Viuti'iuigo; Joi.a Gnxtafs*u and Johu Die bluer of Prs rt t >>u ira. The pas-sengvr cooches were pretfv Well rfemol l-hed A -trike Iteelarvsi Off. B> ffaid. -Ione 7 — A Der - e»-nteen lays* duration the mil! h u rf-' -tnke wa* declare* off i estrrday affere** a. The strike committee met iu toe Ui*>rniag and decide, 1 rh*r. in wa *rf rapid desert!*«# of the men ?! .io lh.- rank-, it was the in*so advisable th.rig to d *. At tl*v ai tersioou meeting Ie—tl*a:i I5»* >.* the t.iker- .cere present, most of the ( back to work at the o owner# made no c*« and some of them. ta the strikers' failure. 1 of their employe* wh*» the teenier* in the effort to secure the adoption of the nine-hour day at ten-bour# pay. f guard bouse duty each By a recent order from Washington the detiwhmeut of ari illerv he re will be di#-isxoded nu June XU. All the men compo# tug it. lit* in nurntier. being dis< harged. the artillery title of this body of men is a ^ I hi ism mer. a- they know nothing of artillery. I heir wea(M>ns crf dtfeu-e or defense I •♦‘tug chiefly h<ssi. picks, -hovels and broom*. In other words, they are the (fem -traction, repair and police force off the p»e*t In their pla*.*e will be formed a company attached to the quartermaster depart me ut. An order ha# been in force some time that married men cannot be re-enli-ted in the army. About half the present artillery detachment niem!**rs are married an*l live in Camptown and Dogtow n near the river front The new order is cau-iug the***- married soldier* to feel that while the cadet - are now passing through trials in order to be advanced, the day is fast approaching when they will have trial* and Orrbnlation- without the advance ment. These -. Idlers receive about #25 per month their clothing, food and house rent free The houses they now occupy on the post will be torn down rn all probability when the pre—ut occupant* vacate them. aa they fir* old, in pretty poor cou-dition and will not repay rebuilding Beside**. if the order i* lived up to that imly -ingle men can I*- -oi lier- there will br no necessity for to**— buildings. f h< rw l.av.ng cutie f term*. The mill •e#-!ons whatever. mg advantage of we dis* harked all a (hey -ti-J>ected of Men'feat) I Tailor, UC Cesural Aveaue $600 REWARD! HI K will pay Uie a1*..vc re#art r.<r ut ca* of Liven otaptaiat, D• vpepMa, sick Hem.lo* tov ladigaatioa, 1 *>#»uim*u««b oc c.j#tavewea# w* cob Bot care wits W e»i • Tegetafete Liv«r Pill* wfeea tile .lirs'Uoa are    c.>au*'    *si    *    .ti. Tbev are purely    „*£-r    UU    I* gn va •attaUcU. .u sugar 4 .wtal, I .ary. bo x«* 00a feta ai ag » PUW. JB CUK. Beware of ...un lr rte* ta, aa.l lantauuoa. Tfee zeau.a* wa* ii (a* are*! oai? fey JOHN C Mi k.-i a 4 ,> by Mu a Ital B's Pu am* act. D kirk S J > ou*. nations I 00 ti ruled W AAR I MtaTOJS, June 7.—Th# senate ye#- ! Dr J av in secret session confirmed the fol- ’ {1 ;ug nouuaatiotas Consul at Prague. 4 A Ruble# of Wisconsin, collector of , cuKiooio at ProvLfatnce. R L, G P Porn j roy Postmaster# New Jersey, J. W. Robert# at Beverly: Pennsylvania. J. L Wright at Columbia. D L Barton at Mercer ( apt Claiwnc# E. Dutton, ord* none# department, to be major. Prank C. Partridge of Vermont to be examiner of •I ai ms, stats department, vie# Wa! Aet A Lines Mill stints Dnwa Fall Riykr. Mc* June 7 —The A mer iran Linen null -hut rfowu yevterday foe a month. The lack boy* struck and th# spinners had to stop work on that account They ail went to the mill iu the morning to go to work, but Agent Borden told them the mill would sot start up for fonr week-. New machinery will t*> put rn th# mill A Tow# Swept Away fey Fire. CRAWFoKUfeVILLE, lad . June    —A    tel egram wa* received here from W#d#r»-burg, lad at noon yesterday, stating that the entire tswn wa# being dewfrwved by fire The law* wa* estimated at Aioli OOH Among the building* dsstrroed am Cole man# heading factory aad Nixon'# warn hwusa, containing 6,UUU bonaci# of whanL Kilted fey l.ifliiainc. CHARLEsTofe, w Va, June 7. — Lightning did some terriMe wi > a at the Pioneer Coal works, six miles abow thi- city at 9 o clock yearterdai morning During a heavy dural, a stroke of Lightning -truck the Pioneer Coal com pan v - barn. killing lorn Hick*, stable boe*. Sumner >trphen-#ou. a colored boy, aud partially paralyzed William Dill*, the company - st,.re super inteudent, and a boy by the name of Dick Alexander Stephenson'# chg bes were ignited by the lightning Dills and Atex *n«ier will recover The barn wa# «lightly injured Reformed Pre»b» tee! am - * nod. New Yoke. June 7.—The Reformed Presbyterian Bynod resume i its .tellber* (iou* yesterday Al animated, though friendly dial uaoton aruee over the question of the union with the General Bynod of the Reformed Fresh vt en ah church of the United Presbyterian# The committee of this synod reported adversely on th# un iou Lunatics Are Now a stat# Charge- Albany, Jane 7.—The -fate board of lunacy have loaned an order to superintendents of the poor throughout the -tate The order -ays that as the insane are now pro* fica I ly in the care of the state, recoin mend at ions are mode for their core. Each corridor and ward in every building.should be furnished with band grenades and tub#. kept tilled with water where running water is not available. There should be one or more night attendants in each building, not bs* than one to every ten patients. Physicians should see every patient at least once a day Patient# abt# should tw allowed fresh air. and three meal* a day should he served. Each patient -honhi have a bath once a week Ward* should lie Kung with pictures, and otherwise adorned to make them pleasant. F leet lot* of officer*. Binghamton. N Y., June 7.—Th? Gen <fe*nfereuce. FAM E. church, which has been in -e-*i<»D here, just prior to adjournment yesterday held a meeting ae a Sunday -ch**>i contention and elected tile following off. cr- for the en-inrig year: Pre-eleot. \Y. I!. Kcmhi. Svr.u use:    vie*# prescient. W, A. Kit, Wdkcw-Bnrre; secretary, J R Danger lie Id. Au .urn. cwrre-- ponding secretary. D. C Hazel, J oh me towu. treasurer, C A Smith. litngham ion The next annual meeting of the conference will I* held at Oneida Four Hundred Hen ow strike. Haverhill. M tai. June 7.—Th# strike at J ll Winched A Co '* shoe mauufac-tory ha- ta-umel iarL'-r proportion* than woe ar first expecter! iud between 4UU and ill) mrn arr out, Trie firm says it doe# not au l i-iainl wsa„ is th# cause of the -tnke a- the men had nu important grievance* The men say th# hand* in th# bottoming department were called out to assist the catter# in their demand for HS n w«ek. Fifth race. N, mile Blythe first, Ntr Bar -econd. Nubian third. Hmm, I CO Sixth race. I mile Esquimau Ant. Pelham second. Mauola third, time, I 46 I..atonia, June 7.—Th# race*here venter day resulted a* follow#: Fir-t rats*. I mile and TD yards:    Lime Fouso first Mamie F .nso second. Clamor third, time. I 4* t .second race, I mile Sena first. < tabu me sectiud. Bau Chief thi nj time. I 4.1 Third rocs*. \ mile: Woodford flr»t. leonard second. Prettiwit third, time. I 04 Fourth rare, I mile# Climax TI first. Outbound -#**>0(1. (runahot third: time, I MI a Fifth race. the Sensation stake* for 2-vear-old-s, *t mil#:    Tom    Kogers    first, Ga**'on second, Heuenem third; time. I Its in _ Th# Iron Workers’ Picnic. Pittsburg, June 7.—Yesterday’# session of the Amalgamated aasociarion wa# occupied in contin Qed discussion of th# boilers' acate. Tne annual picnic of the Amalgamated association at Rock Point to-day pn»mises to be the largest ever held by the associotion. So far a* possible the mill* in this vicinity will clone down to give the workmen an opportunity to at tend. The regular session# of the coneen tion will resume on Munday. GARL SCHAUER £[0003 ajsd Carpets. ADAM JE’iiBi ANDERSON A VIKKI. 4 N BLIXT .i9i>-40,2 Main Stivet, BuflFalo, -    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NO JJE* <»«ir    ^l(^f^»    j*; ‘‘Second to None." VV'e wr 1 sIi to bu s.-.‘(TnT^ non** in your service. Try u# NPP 59 East Third St., (las just received a full line of » F L IWAS AE ll. Eijijal to any in the* city. aud *it prices t hilt will pay you to See him l»efoi e purchasing. Attempted %f urder awd *u!«-id#. C'HK.ago, June 7.—Johu lAklly. aged 5A year* and living af •Tlfi Washtenaw avenue. -hot bis wife vesterday morning and then srnt a bullet through hi- own head. The bulter \\ hu b -truck Mr*. loftily entered her right cheek and came out behind the ear Lolly wa# undoubtedly insane A family quarrel is *ai<1 to have ie*! to the -hooting The physician* ar# of the opinion that both will recover. the To F.darate tho N#fra. La KF Mi -hone, ti Y, June 7—At mum* conference yesterday a s*gie* of resolution# were presented, emteslving the reeult* reach*#! after various discussion# of the conference The re*(J> it ion- urged imI Heat iou a* th# key note cf the situation. education normal and indiistn L uplifting the home aud faintly, dex’elopiug true manhood and womanhood. Will Not Interfere with Bismarck. Vitv %v. June 7    I’he Nour Frete Preooe sat- Kmis.ror WU I lam Ina- Jim anted the idea of lurerferiug aith bt-marck. on th# ground tlist it I* evident that on account of his confiding in newspaper# of nations not friendly to Germauy the ex-chance! lor * ntteriui**-# will not affect the *rerinan policy _ Street I ar striker* Will C ompromis#. Coll*Mina. O.. June 7.—The CooaoH lated Street Car company made no at tempt yesterday forenoon to run car#. Iu striking employe* have taken preliminary step* to bring about a compromise, and will submit a proposition to the company through the mayor A From i neat W ieuMla Pal It trio# Atta AOI a, Wii, June 7.—Th# Hon. Noah D Comstock, state #rnat#r and a promi Bent mon in Wiaconsin politic#, died yesterday morning of heart ffi#eaa# in this city Mr Cammock was ever fee year# off We wish to i rn pres* uj>oti our out of town friends, in view of the propoeetf t'hangen in the Urilf and the probable increase in the coat of nearly aii kinds of dry (foods, that the mouth of June will In* Jthi month Ult them to shop. Price# were never lower than they are at present in our store. ll lh# projxMci! tariff filii pa#seq price# mint go „ We are otfering splendid bargain# iu sateen* arid gingham# and summer wash fabrics of all kinds. I he balance of our spring stock of cloak# are selling cheap. W e qaote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen * blue mixed shirts and drawer# in medium weights, at 50c per suit. Gentlemen * Balbriggan underwear, per auit. We have the largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain anil light-colored toj>s, hand and machine sewed. V\ e carry a complete line of NKT-XL ETON’S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS’ $3JJU Calf Shoe in Hutton and Conure*, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the lieut shoe for the money that has ever l>een offered to any trade. Come aud examine them for yourself and lie convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 2113 Centre Street and Ak: Gentlemen’# blue angula shirts I rawer* at JfSc cai h, 4Uc. goods Ladle# Jersey vents a* low ax 10c. each. Ladies’ balbriggan ve*t* with lace trimming, only 15c , worth 35c <jO(m1 gra Ie Jeriey v**#u» at 35c. ,each. White and black lisle thread Jersey veatx at 75c. each 8rlk rest* all colon, 75c eoi'b. Linen price* will be considerably ffd-vanced if the tariff is changed Our price* are much below even current price*, and we are selling floe doth*, napkins, D Oyley*. towel*, etc., at rare bargain*    —• New style# in para*ois. New #tylei in glove*. New *tyle# in hosiery. . Headquarter* io Buffalo for ^Carpets, Bugs. Draping and uphointerioglfabrics. Meldrom and A MEKIC AU BUX I, :KH>-402 main street, BUFFALO. N. Y. c. c7penfoEd Manufni lurer and Importer, MMS MAIM HT., BL EFA M», M. ¥. Atta, DEALER IE Diamonds,    Watches ami Jewelry', Chirk*, Silverware, I.cantar <h#*te, etc. EA'ORA VI WG, GOLD <f SIL VBR PL 4 TIM a complete lime of Holiday Goods :W4 MAIN BTHKKT, ^ Oi«p>wite Ir»in.)t*fH'>Ml - Go to Monroe'’s for Curtains and Fixtures DO YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS»«“’ -V VOU CIT the WBONC SORT; THE RICHT ONES HE CALLED PEARL TOP ANO ARE >i.:    1    it    GEO.    A.    MACBETH    CO.,    PITTSBURGH,    RA. ;