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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO! DUNKIRK VY FRIDAY. JUNE 13. HW NO lo-j h EP a fiesta Ti VE    I jy the NA TIO NAL CAPITOL MAINE REPUdUUNa. NEWS KROM ABROAD. AN ALLEGED BRIBERY CASE. B HSIN ESS HOUSEL the work transacted in the HOUSE ANO SENATE. A»- OF DUNKIRK. Ain KW Kl I INO    tor    ruimir , ail n.a-tn of uiaak* is ti**    u' be M h luux-al Department •»* 11,17    D«ahirk|f*ri    att    naff uapanv | 7    »n*i    Wrf**l A * entr*i Avenue.    PM***    clone Punt AO (r»lM ol Ha**! aa«l AT .4| Ln ob lier, shin#*** « ii * •oil et ted. Will 1.0*1. __,    ___ I Blit. free Comap* hi* to ii oe tor wlnimi* I"* ii r. uirfiiKO SS on<l as teotrai A»«. J), Artistic i,K*H.'fr«i*iwr I nvtaatafleouv P    pus    ol    Halite*    a    specialty. MB] a«H b%. I Air aalii*#. Sitkn eicejrt l«r |k«M>& HOUKKV -Jam** lavisrf. fr*r.J> lf pricier, .W I# A- seeua-l street. asor Bul-taio street, Dunkirk, *. T Mo#*E*ues, Sr., HAianWtA, CU!., UuUH-i IB bi! Bt Vie*. OflW or<)«i»Uy attrn«l**l lo. AO w«rk #uornotee-i R IKA Uk.fl ** « KAM KKHi M**L'k. 'UPI leo UTU iMBUf. Wb.iesAi rn Boa re Uu2 ie Bier ib I. p*ict#*l bo! k>a«*uc I limo. <    ire.    A.. I ik iit%i *jt i tforr.L, *_j    ital***, ll per 'lay. i..hit Bail Ii***.*l.u* -l-ii.ie ib i'i»onei’S‘*. V iclur li'lrr, ta Ami IST Late street. a Un BlKHEK *i*«»H y    *    tiAm.    Nbhta*. PwjL Linter Lobe Item* > modal Kook. corner 'Jtsuir oaU Tbara ifwi*.    A tor lUirl of flit*.era bbO Doarttu1 tam. i KM> m NOM. I '    SJm « euler Orwt, Prtcln Ai ftnrn* »6«#r». Particular lUfBtn* ♦* lo . aw*r lens* Aurar*.    3b**riuf af r>«a<i I trotting bor*e* a #p*«uaity- Hr. Evart* A rg**» la Fav^r mf th* Silva* Bill la ti** banat* — The Hoi*** Ta**— th* I rg*ut Drlrlaary BHI—Ala* th* A artel* Ila ral A|»pr*frlatl«a Bill. tit her Hun it***. WASwrMJTos, Jan* 13 -In the senate yeateniaV Mr Piatt gave notice that la Beliiitrly after th* coasidrratlot* af th* •liver bill he watt kl i>k the amate to ooo-<*uier the bill for the adm Maloti of Wyoming ae a •‘tate A re**.I ut lua ara* ate reed to railing on the secretory of war for th* engineer ra port on th* improvement of the harbor of buffalo Mr Davis precented th* conference report on the •leprn<ieot pen»ioa bill After Mime debate rh* report went over and was ordered printed with the bill aa adread to by the ct inference committee. The *11 v«r bill wa* then taken ap aud Mr Evart* address*d the senate After a philosophical review of the bu* tory of the precious metals. Mr Kvarts brought the matter down to IST* at which time he said the two rn eta la were aud had been since limb on a parity The two Owveraar Birtetgk R*a«mln .tea rl*a»ti»o—Th • Platform. A Cot HT a. Me.. Jane is. — Chairman Manley «cf the state committee cal.ed th* Hepu blunn *t ate roo vcntiou to on ice at Ii a rn ye ter la*. introd i. i„*g Hon F A. Power* of Houlton aa temporary chair-wum Over twelve hundred delegare# were present After ta# nam inn of lk* cu>- nutter# Attorney lieneral C K. Little field m*>rej that iiMwrwe    bur Uriah ba reno rn im *i .-*1 by a * t    aud    he wa* *o re a ti uh tad. At the •ifte^uo.jru sew*.on 4    con* rn it tea on lewiMiuM *ubm,ttci the following: The R publican party of Maine present* the mite Mug plat;'V>rui and upon it* prin dpi**** appeal* for mport lo all people in the 4*:r aho are ta accord with it* senti met. » ft favors bu err*** ow ira! admin!* trat .on rn -tut* alf Air* aud pied**-* to Gov cr ll.., ..»*!■ ic I uh united aa*, cordial support. Iii*, gin Iii* emu IuirUl ai #4*< ii ta** a* max I* Uei-enaary for the protection of Labor It recommit** the evils of tutemperanco Bod ay uu pat ii I Aes with all hou.-wt effort* to eradicate them It unreservedly renews ira adhesion to the principle of the prohibition of liquor traffic and in'isis upon the thorough ami effective enforcement of th# metal* ha.1 lawn. throughout the world * prohibiting law It demand* if congress* history,    found tied    together,    their relative    the enai-rment of such legislation a* shall value being fixed    by    a    comparison    .if th# } euahle n state to exercise full control THE CONSERVATIVE CAUCUS WINDS UP IN A ROW. l> I* Ii I Kl* CV CK ma OB1»KVC1t I ar gent Daily is the Luna tv. Aa uuequoileO elven. tot .uelm® ll l.HKIKA KKKIMii LAMR FARY. ma*iv '«ii» * A Pupate. kujfi ue«, K.,liers, Pulley*. Manufacturer* of Auginre, B- urr-, lifers, eter. P: V i (..ae VB>.r* u. «>rler Shait. a# Hanger*. en*. Patten**, Turgiug*. • a*lings, aaa « 11 > It I Kit *HI KT v *>., SM. SUR BU<! SU". ll < euler * tree I, Man u ta. lurer* af Ute ' VniBwell'’ aaa “Dunkirk" jierfwel - tflUug lire** 'Ult rim. on sale im ail Ie*. I mg (urnaliiur, mottling aaa dry gaud* boulle* a Dun*.rh. I* r. TlKlbKT, J .    BM    ana    VKI    Lion    street, Lo-*.cr is ITUiur, keel, alt. tMi*l May, Pho*~ y ti* ire, en;. E*lautiabe.t, do h KIK HOT KIL sad Depot. kasv acce** lo ail tram* ana uu*-.u«*s amie*. Hest acc. nu rn. elan. ut* tor (.««-•eremi Traveler*. John J Murphy, Prop. h MA.AML# A tm J    V7    au.l    IM K. TturU atis et. Kia* rural lure, cam aet Ware ana Up-amsler; rig. Picture Frame* rn*. Ie hi inter. ^ idkiTTEMiv rn to, tut * antral Ava. Leader* af rasbioa aaa Geodemen Oh ii lier* SMKI I. STEAM HKATIkti Ok. a bu ut*.-lurer* *f 'lea in Heahug Apparatus Sauilary Pluwluag a *pe» ialty H HME STEAM LAL.HDKV. Our special ti**    fine Hbirta, Mr; « oliar*. Ar, ctiffs, ana tutee I urtaiu*. tree Del.a wry A *% Cum tai ag*. AIT tar tar aire*!. K. OEH M. E. TLrl ll, co*. of Butaio Mauuf u-turvr aaa dea.e* rn I ae Boot* A 'umw ai ENK! WKILKf- SI NKW HTS* BK. IHI K || Third ll Boo J*. 'UUiwrrv, Mitiucai loan i men u, Mag ail br a. Daily aud W reb tv Palrar* and everything pe* tai mag ta a first claas tMe.k atar*, s.'boo. hoers * specialty. «ut PKI * l l H«» Of every lowest iiei jg rat** by tmnptiou aud at hurt irk Priuuag < oui pan • aud kb h. second 'ac JH. * AM BL MKN A **>•*, Tire Life, A ctdeni and Owncrai InMuraauB. Deai-an ie final Astate Bud I .nua. Particular attar A. a psi 4 to the care >d properly cm lech me rent* Ac. -IIM Center ac. iud d.ior. y| Ob KOK H PM AMM A* V. MN) central Avenue Mesa-i i ar bara lur Wall Paper Peal .Otis. Ac. oEKklH J. W.. I    JBK tauter street, Man ala. direr Bad denier rn H.ss ae wa, “at; lea. Brtdiee.« a1 lam, Trunks,d hip*. Buffai.. Babe*, Horne Covsrr* itte**** ie.tieu-* and 'teigb ttabm II MC MOLT KH, J ,    I? IC ast Fb.nl street, Fa*nioashie Taiiar. i^enuemeu wdi find it to cncir advantage ta call aa nae before pur bawl ag elsewhere. 1> H. CARV A CSA, , «    SCT    I    toe atreec ' re Ber si Mar I ware. W bile Lewd,* His, Painter’* Suppu**, Oil Chutes, urn ah* Ware. A «pe.iai Cf if AherwiaW ilhanta Pa.at and Monnw rauge. ■ I L Ll HO, tarn a* blank-books, »e*lg«T*. and IV ait kiu.l* *g blan ha terne at Duakirfc Pmnuag t.ampanv, s and N E. Seroad ne KL DOI.PH MOLDEN H EL KH. Cor. Third and Bufiaio baa. Dealer in brantle, Barb!*. I aggma anc Building Hto ue. Call od aa* uefor* buy rn* four aid*-walk R ISI Et A LO.. I and M Kaat Pnmt atrw«C WniaAy. Wines, brandle*. «e>tmi I aq aor **ture Air k 4Aily til 'table mu; ab tv RO Bk. KT M MAV. ,    Lion    street, sear Ute .lep.»c Boardmg. "tale, te»l and Livers; * tauting by tee lay *ur week on re* aer ma. egg J. LIU OKI*. Jbl Central Ave. iUp ^    «>e ne rn. luauraace ana Ileal Katau iffal I re Life. Accident, aud Live shied . na ursae*:. Prouipt aaeatiaa giv sn hi bay in* and Mill ag Beal k 'tate ti* C. JSIJSKJS, I    Ta K. rtuni sh, car Deer ti.eiaar Meat Market. Proate. 'ait an r4*ow,'I Meat*. Lard, sausage*, oyster* aa Paul try. VV VV J KW Kl KT AS ars mk.h. •Buy tee Aurora Kaiiroa.! Wawb Mr pains* a «pe. rn.if. r rant V Slapl. bi K. Hunt ah ti MIM MER. Mere bant I /ulnar, AIA i en era, Avenue $500 REWARD! WE snit pay tee above reeani r**r aay ran Of Livnrt am plaint, Os apepsia, sick Mesas, rn indigvetbte. • «H**UpaUau ar * aiativene** W r mu Jot cui-e a ate Went » Vcgetabt* Laver PMD WMB liar dirveuuu* are strictly eoapiial with The' are purely %egetaioe, sad never fail a ll i * mtuft—— 'agar imteC Large boxes con tai mug w PUM. J6 reals. Beware rf roua atrial ta and iuutetu*oa. The genuia* oaaau-i2ore3 only bv JOHN C. WIST A LO. bold by lloaKuK’a Pm ABM SCT. Dx kirk. M. T, laiair ne*Hle«i to bring them into exi'ience. He charactenmHi the art of HP a* a “Bour demit* thrustat stiver, and said that every blaw under which River hail shrunk and cowered was a blow af positive law aud yet. the argument «u rn ai Ie now that the effort to re-araage, by law, the ratio of gold aud stiver wa* ii ae try mg to put one physical body in the apnea occupied by another. The people of the United State*, through their authentic repre^ntative* in the two bouse* of congreet* and in their election af the executive, had. in hia opinion, deter mined that they would not allow the din-grace and dtmirder to continue, either in regard to their domestic moue? or their I money in relation to commerce Speaking of the propoeani opening of the American mint* of the world, Mr Evart* I said that, arith the difference in ranoa *1$^ I in Europe and Id in this country), that I measure would he utterly impracticable • Mooey ooukl never lie safely treated a* a commodity. It wa* not to be treateal a* anyt hing but the force and propulsion of J circulariim. Mr N ance and Mr Morgan spoke in support of th** silver bill Mr Morgan bail not finished hts remarks when the I seuate adjourned. wttbin its borders of the traffic in all liquors, whether imported in original packages or otherwise. It favors a system of tax iti<m under which all property shall he reft. has! far taxation, ami shall hear it* just proportion of the po bite; burden. It Favors a policy which »»uth by legislation » si administration will develop the great Aar ural resources of the state, discourage emigrattoa from it, attract desirable im migration to it, and keep home capital employed in it. It regard* the improvement of the commercial industrial education and sanitary condition of th* laboring people a* a matter af the highest consideration and in the future, aa in the past it will favor the adoption of just and equitable legislation calculated to sd va me the interest* sad perpetuate the prosperity of isbor and the laboring man. It favor* the p«dicy which pnge«*ts American labor against foreign ct>*npetitHm, aids agriculture, builds up American industry and creates an adequate home market for domestic production It favors liberal pensions for service reoil**red in the war of the rebellion, favors the regulation of immigration, favors ail mi****':re* for the national defense anil th* reve al of American comnaer- e: favors a free ballot aud fair count in a1: -t ates. It, nnrvserve.il v « im mends the oiiminia-trai.on of President Hamsun a* wise, firm and upright. The Republicans of Maine j led to the administration their earne-t aud faithful siij ort It rerogniava the niiiiiifi<*euk anil $ihw**fil contest mo*I*- Ly the Hcpubli. aa.' .u the house of representatives for the riu-hf of the majority to trau.soct the Lu*mes» of th* country un i r the leadership of Speaker Reed wh » his bv the rnniT—ma dishonor t« th.* sr ate I gr*-»f public servii*e to the country. After toe a>! prj« u of the platform liov-vruor Barie’ h and Hon H R Cleve* of Portland'! I re I Bpeeches and tie r caveat two «ei p. di ned I> TMK HODE. WAfiHn«OT*>!». June ii—Tho Speake! yesterday laid bef. re the house a letter from Mr Mills of Tex.**, resigning his membership of the committee ou rules. The resignation was accepted and Mr Mc Mullan of Tennessee wa* appointe*I to Ail the vacancy The i-ooference report on the anti trust bi|l wa* rejected Mr Stewart of Vermont moved a further I charge ut ‘us iutv done cimfereo*-* arith inatructtons Di the houaa! ^d ,* gr*wt nu bl conferree* to tecetle from the bouw amend meat. Agreed to. The conference repo**t on the military academe bill wa* agreed to. The urgent deficiency bill appropriating El THU,UUU for the pa\ (lieut of pension* aud Ei.TTiu.iXN> tot expenses of the Eleventh census, was palmed. Mr Hut of Illinois, from the committee on foreign affair*, reported I»ack tile I^Migw resolution, . ailing on the secretary of tho tre.asury for information a* to the refusal j of the Uunard >teamship company to give a return passage ta certain tm mig ran ta brought to this country in violation of the contract labor law Adopted Mr Morrow of < California presente«i the conference rep«>rT. on the pension appro- < pnation bdl. The report, which is a due agret-iug one. wa* adopted, and a further couferem-e was ordered On motion of Mr Rerkina of Kansan a senate bill wart passed granting to the Chicago. Kannas and Nebraska railroad pernussiou to transfer to the R.s k Island its rights, property and frau. bise in the territory of Oklahoma and the indian ter- | ntory on motion of Mr Funstone of Kansan the bouse then went mtoeomuurrce of the whole. Mr Fay sou of Illinois in the chair, j for the consideration of the agricultural appropriation bill Mr Fulist me made a brief explanation of the dei ail* of the bill, saying that the committee had economy rn vi«w at every stage Without further general debate the bill wa* read bv section* for amendment. Mr V andeveer of California offered an amendment appropnat mg ilO.dUU to enable the department of agriculture to continue the development of the wild native silk worm of California Rejected The committee then rose anti the Mil wa' panned The house at Ii p en took a recess until 9 o’clock, the evening session to be for the consideration of bills reported from tile committee on commerce. At the evening session the bill establish mg a light station at Braddock*. N. Y , wa* pastel also*h*clanng Irondequoit bay, N \ , a navigable water way DAMAGING DEVELOPMENTS. NATIONAL TEMPERANCE CONGRESS. The * ain* of the Failure af Prohibitory A rut- nd loon ta Discusses!. > fw York. June IL—Th* national temperance convention wa* well attended yesterday The question “should there be a political party whose dominant idea la the prohibition of the liquor rrtiller'’ led to an animated discussion The majority of the speaker* favored a Prohibition parte as the only mean* of securing the prohibition of the liquor busine**, while the intnontv th*’light the temperance cause could be more rn fid It advanced by working through the old parties The next discussion was on fie* subject of the relation between temperm<i* reform and improved dwelling* Au apical for funds for the Nebraska campaign wa* then alaite lathe aftem<H>n ♦ Hon the topic dis-cii'-eil was “What caused the failure of the prohibition amendi*>enta in the elections in Ma"achusetr-. Rh de Island and Pennsylvania.* H. H Fia-oi of Massa chusett*. lien Palmer of P**nn*>Ivanla. Rev Ira L. Uidtrell of Rho<lc Uisnd anti j oth«*r* expressed their views im rh is sub- 1 ject The attitude of labor toward the liquor trxffU was then -noken of by Measra. (Lornper*. M*»keman and other*. The congress held the final session of I its conference last ni hr ar. the Broadway I ta bemat Ie It began with a mass meeting : presideti over by t«« n. Veal Dow Mr*. I Marv A Hitchcock. ; r»*si*ient of the NV br-i'k i Women * t'i.ri'tian Teniperance union, m ule a strong appeal for financial aid iii the cause of temperance About I! <•*' wan raised im the spot The Rev. I Jo'.*.. . < %ok of Bt let on anti lien. Green Clay." '.lib of Kent achy, alan spuk* and th* conference etui*s| Dteeo rd Prs* ai is and M* Definite Actiow I* He ** b.-d rK kelatlsa et Important Billa Fending ta Part I aas sat - The War B*C<*e*n 'tsrstsrr Matthew* and lr. Maarw—OtlUr F*r*iga *«»«. Los Dim. June 13.— Everything points to the certainty that th* Conservative caucus at th* Carlton club. Yesterday ended in a row I pun the q uesf ions of proced u re ami the advisability of shelving one or another of the important billa now in van oua stages of parliamentary advancement not only the cabinet, but the unofficial lander* of the Tory party a' wed aa the voting contingent of th* ministry in the huuee of common*, have for some time past been divvied in apis.on. while the prwwMire of the constituencies ilium their represented vc*. ei*o variously directed, has lucrea-ed The cancan, it is asserted by the iterator* of tfite ministerial police would restore harmony, hilt the tarter dis* Urtsion which chara trrtzed the coo ftrrvnce ami tne failure of the meeting to nm h any definite coociuskon denotes a widening of the breach to an extent threatening hopeless division in rh* rauhs of the party on pending billa It wa** announced last night that another caucus will shortly ba couv*oed when a further attempt will ha made to subdue the re-L Actory element, but th* determined *t-j* u«ie of the cabinet minority and their adherents given very little encouragement ta the majority that their efforts will be tnccesefoi TMI IH.WTM X.STEB KIMBAL LRITH ISED In additioo to the parliamentary rebellion against. Che headstroug policy of the ministerial leader* in regard to pend mg tell*, the government bad a very e-nous d.rti uity to confront in dealing with the defiant postal and police em pioyea, and all polit!*dana agree That the I case require* delicate handling. Th* wvs dom of the action ut Postmaster tieuerml Ha.ae* in reducing the wageaof fifty p»**t-meu by five shilling* a week and suspend tag HW more for afteuding a meeting of the new union of postoffioa employe*, ta seriously questioned. The action of the men wa* in defiance af a positive prohibitory order, it in true, but the question which the postal department will find ’ greatest difficulty in disposing of to the satisfaction of the electors is that of the just ire of the onier. ami it is certain that in the general strike of tile postmen. which is greatly feared a* the result of Mr Raikes’ arbitrary course, the -anker* | will receive a me a'tire of public support th.ct will astound the Anthorine* TBI VAL A VT FOLIC! O *MMIS»»n»VERSHIP. The war between Home iS-erotary Mat thew« anti Mr Munro. chief commissioner af the Metropolitan police, haring cal aiiHared in the resignation of the latter, which Mr Matthew* has accepted. <'blet NY.sal of the Manchester police, lh again mentioned for the va* ant place. At th* time of the resignation of .-sir I 'barie* Warren. Mr. W<hs1 vt ta the most prominent of the candidates mentioned for the succeaaion, but the previous rss ordjof Mr M’inro in the capac ity of first assistant i commis-inner won for him promotion to the coin rn lssiooe rain p The virtual din-{ missal of Mr Munro, together with tne 'lisaffection of the Metropvditan fonw j arising from the action of the government in the matter of the police pensions, in-crea-s-d pay and rednetiaB of hour* of duty, which measures were favored by Mr Munro. will make tt very difficult to avert a poll.-* Strike in the event of the government'* adherence to the present policy ; toward the f.»rc*. THI K EDU BL KH ATER VITT IV DU, VSNT The medical fraternity of Is»nd».n are j very indigiisnt af the government's neglect of Surgeon Farke of Stanley -*exj>e-1 dir iou who. they believe, should receive *4 me suhataufial recognition of his *erv ices They are. rberet.,re. urging his promo th, a and their petition is strongly barked by prominent men out'ide the medical profession. A MAKE up GRATITT'DE. The london dock laborer*, in remem brame of the labor* of lard iii at Manning m their behalf, on the orradoa of the great d*ak strike. pi**s»*nre»i th it prelate with a purse of AUN) in bouor of his silver jute lee The cardinal, in Accepting th* gift. annouu<e l hi* im en) n u to devote the money to the endov. in -ut of i hospital 1 ss I for the benefit of lale<r--rs Prince Alhr*s ht of Prussia, regent of the <luchv of Brunswick, ha* reqaaated Emperor William to relieve him of his duties a' regent, owing to hi' physical infirmities The Frankfurt j4oci.ili*ts have called a congress to meet at Cottbus, in Bn mien burg, oil June 'it. for the purpose of dia- cu'suig [adpir;»i cod rmle- i|ue*tions ami the matter of roe I ie* dom of the pres* THE ASTOR HOUSE SCORCHED. th* Ku iu ors ta Cireulattoa A Meet tag lategrtty af a tiaak < uNUr. Albany. June 13.— A new and dam ag ing development affecting the integrity of an old aud supposedly faithful employe of one of the banks of this city ie in circula tion. The discovery »>f the crookedness in the A ll ian y City National ‘wok led to rn systemstic and careful examination of every hanking institution in the city j Until yesterday morning; nothing bad beeu discovered out of the wav in one of ; them But later in the day white a supplemental exam mar ion was being pursued in an institution where some suspicion* entries batt been made th* evidence of guilt stood out tn bold relief It ta that a cashier of one of the hank*of the city bas been discovered to be 'bort in hts account* bet ween Ek> ,*nj aud ISu.mtu A strong eff »rt la being male to withhold all fat* from th# public. The rumor wa* first current in the shape that another clerk in the City National hank was dis- : covered to have been in collusion with Whitney Th* bank officials and dime I tor* deuled that rumor in the moHt emphatic term*. All seen stated that the only man in the bank implicated in the affair wa* Whitney The cashier affected is well known and alway* has been highly respected Both hi* name and the name of the bank are withheld far the preeent Til* Al Lait, City Rank sr**J. Albany. June IS.—There were no new development* in tbs City bank robbery yesrerd iv. so far urn the United State* offi rials end of it i* concerned But there ■    w separated    «>    • was tiled with the cmmtv clerk yesterday I    * he    rear of the A a paper of coU'iderable rn re rest to the «t,*ckbolder* in ti e bunk. It was a satisfaction of the first judgment of CVS.(XX) to which the firm of NViiliaru Gould, Jr., A Co. confr ated. It is umieratooii that the judgment wa* sansei by rh# turning over to the bank of the stock owned by the firm. A Convict !•«-»|>e« from Auburn. A CHM EV, N Y . June 13 - I»uie Martin. a Sing Slug transfer, who was one of the gang of convicts eoiphce«l in cutting stone in the old I ns si rich stone quarry for the prison escaped yesterday aft*-rn«s>a. The keeper* in charge mi"ed the men within a few minutes after he disappeared, bot up to a late hour Im-a night be had not been recaptured Martin is a New Yorker He wa.* sent here from :-4ng Sing about two year* ago and had two year* to sere# for grand larceny. Bunging Opera*inn* *nspen«ied. Denykr. June 13—Twelve hundred carpenter* quit work yesterday to sustain the UXI machinist* and tench mill men who have )*>eu out a month demanding nine Hour*' work with teo hour*’ par All building operations are auspeuded at present The hod carrier* and tinners are expected to join the ntrtker*. The Famous New Y*>rh Hotel Narruwly I s- tjMw    ion    by    Fire. New Yoke. June 11 Fire at ti o'clock last ev#uiU4 EU ell ;u«> buddiug I -J Vrsey at reef, omipiod bv I.. I L-n jam in as a drug nm! chemisrs -up I -tora. The building bv a narrow alley from tt>r : to use. The fire wan mo fierce that all effort* Ll prevent its spread to the hotel w-re fruit less, and shortly after 7 oVlork the upper story of the h of el i K-i.au to b..ru. Tin fire ta the A.*.tar hauae w.te extin-guisheii after r bod done about flO.iMi damage Uuly about a dozeu rooms on the top tt*s>r were ruined. A good ileal of the damage wa* done by water There was no panic amoug the guest'. The proprietor blame* the lire department for neglecting the hotel until it w »■* vt nail y afire. He claims that no protection was afforded him before that. The danzig* to tne property IJS Teary street is about SIS. UUU. ____ W lading Lr Ives A SUibim*’ .A Fair*. New Yoke, June 13.—Th# report of Re fere* Stetson in th* matter of winding ap the affairs of Ives «*fc >tayoor was fiieil yesterday. The original liabilities of the firm were flrf.UUU.iMJU. but ti I.IXN).tux has been extinguished by closing our of loans, I Ie* of securities, etc. The total amount of claims proved before iii* referee was fik.*J4.S?4. Ninety-eight per cent, of these agreed to accept 3 per cent. Other* will receive ahunt 4^ per cent. Manoeuvre* mf tx* Kntuli Squad row. London June 13—The Mummer naval manoeuvres of the British squadron will not take plane at Dover The centre of the Heel will embrace the French. Spanish aud Portuguese cote ta. Yam Hpia»«r* Htrtkv. Utica, N Y., June UL —Forty-two spinner* »d the Skendoah van mills went oa strike for an increase in wage* from ll 73 to FJ per *iav yeaterdav morning Two of the leader* in the movement have been | tear barged. supposed ta be Peddler Hulti'* Murderer. Roedoct. N. Y . June 13—It is now be-llev*d that ted Roger*, who wa* this week sentenced to seven year* in < 'linton prison for burglary, is the murderer of Samuel Holt*, a Hebrew pe«idter, who was rn nrdr red near VV art* boro. Sullivan county, last month Roger* is a desperate character and has served terms in Pennsylvania and Ntw York nato p roto na rh* IhsrM West Lad Street Rad way Charged Wltk Corrupt Prartirrs. B-t-rro* June UL—The hearing ragsrd eg ! the allegeti corrupt pratrtice* of the M'e*t End r-t reel Railway company in obtaining itselevatssi rn I road bill through the leg islam re was resumed yesterday morning before the special invsHtigating commit tee on rhe part of the seuate Among ticsa* present were Henry M Whitney, pre'ident, and Prentiss* Cumming*. eaun-el for the company Senator Fassett of berk'ii i re, who i* the promoter af the investigation, ami Repre'eutative G. F WtlliatuN of Dedham, who mode the charge of Ciwruptton on the rt«s>r of the house Mr William* presented three member* of Hie house who co-operate with him in the investigation They were Edgar S. Taft of Gloucester, B Durant of Cam bridge and John J. McDonald of Fall River. The first witness heard was Frank FI Sanderson, who said he lived at UMI Dor chester avenue, sod was in the wool busine'"- with an office at V> Atlantic avenue He mill th it on May 'ii Senator Kassett met him and [ami* P Ifagar. a lobbyist. at the offi.a* of the Burton Stock cum pauy, IIM VV-L-hinstVcet. aud that the senator had told wif n**-« that for flu.(XX) a piece he could furni-h ten ■*euators, in eluding himself, to vote ta favor of granting a charter to the People’* Elevated Railroad company. Wit ness arranged a tweeting between Senator Fassett and the I nam tai men of the company He did ■ tt. himself attend the meeting In t he afternoon *e"ion J C Moore of the Manchester Union, one of the petitioner* of the People’s Elevated railroad enterprise, testified that in the interview denenimi by Mr Sanderaoa it wx**tafed ta pr.cst!.ic that ten -en.Dors could lie captured f«>r AI IX).* Ni>. but at another inter view laker in the day Senator Kasnett said he was afraid he could not bold his men. as the W»-st End railroad people were offenng grew! cr intl nee men ta.    Witness hail not offered nor consented to the proposed bribe. Mr M'sire-aid that Mr Hagar's offer of fPNi 'NNI to Senator Fassett for feu virfe* was unanth«iriaed. The Peopte * com panv h.ui no such sum to offer for the passage of the bilL Hagar was employed by Sanders**ri Mr. VV iliiama here tntnsiuce«l the letter written Ic. Seuator Fa-iett to Mr Hagar as foi low st My Olih Mr. Hai*aw— I have made ap my mind ti) go with che West Rati people, and for that rear on I fi nk it would not be af any nae for me to see Mr Vfisjrv. A- *». F vssktt. Mr Pronker, one of the People's rail road pet itt« uers. testified that he arranged the interview between Fassett and Moore. Hogar assure*! witness Monday that the People * ha*l twenty-four semitar*. but the next day the whoir crowd went over to the NL'est En*ten.    NVitnese afterward askeit S*nator Donovan what was the matter, and Donovan replied that he saw his colleagues were deserting the People'* and in onier not to get left he caught on. Lewis p Hagan testified that, he was employed by rhe People* com pauy to look after the semite Sanderson was to give him whatever money he nee*Ie*I for looking after the MIL He vehemently replied “No ’ when asked if he had had such an interview as described by witnesses Sanderson ami M’wwe. He created a sensation by appealing to liod to witness that the «tareiueut of those witnesses was an unqualified lie. Hager further denied that he hail matte any baretta with Faa-*ett to give IIIN).(MN) for ten vote*. He had received about #!M» from Sanderson. Hagar 1 -aid that ail he ever heard afaint floO.iNJU 1 was that Sanders«>a told him the company ; would put up a forfeit ut flOU,(NNJ aa a guarantee of good faith. Witness wag cross-exam I ne* I ami the fart | of his l*ung a lobbyist was brought, out. j He said be left the employ of the People’* company when Sanderson came to him and want'*! him to testify in his hearing a* Sander-' n -hon 1*1 direct. He then cal led Sander-* n a content;-Gblo cur Sanderson had 't> fan the F'A-sett letter to Hagar from Hagar’s office. IHE WOULD OF SI’OiiT. EVENTS OF INTEREST ON THE OIA-MOND AND RACE RP ACK. IE- « •—ll Ke***lt« a1 Yssterdav’* Ii .it*es tm the BriilhFrlKHHi. Nat iowa! League awd A mer leas A mo* I at I on—Running Haves at Harris Perk. *t. I.auls »ntl I ho aga Alate League Gaisr* Poetpuueg. At Bristkljrn — Hr*«iliivn........... 0 NewYsrk.    ,.j§ Bl IBI***-? Kus- kits Brooklyn 4, New Turk UL Error* Brtwifclya *. New York A Hat tortes Von Haitreu aud Kiwiuw '"rane and Brown. Urn ires h -i ^ut sr te At <ieveUuMt »’lev eland..........A 11*9101) • Tiicagn  ______...    J M I J I *1 I I Brise hit* -<’leveler*! 13 • ’htcaga ll. Error* I U-vet wad A, *. 'Us* awn A Batteries D'Hnen. sufthffe *ud ^nyter-HarstoB, Bal*!win ate! Farrell Unig*re* Fen* itssn aret Molliert. At Buffalo bulfaMr-Pllt'hant game postponed; ram. At IL ->f.to Boston-Ptiil*a1el|doa (fame poet paned. rain. tnoB «l t ugli. At BroolttyH Bos-k! vt*.......•) I I 4 I 4 I I) •-« SVW Via-sr    lf i H I Ii D tf I i- I Rue nr- Kwmklym It. Hew Tart A Krris- Br««wklvB *. New \ ,,-K 4. Bott*rte    fa.vett aud Bui*lw<ux; Rasht. Buck ley * ad s*MO mer. I'rafart*' Powers mad McQnaid At fine to sat I Pioiinnati    a    ti    a    4    ii    2—    » I 'level.omI ______ rf 0 (t ti 0 (I IF rf I ’al l*~ I so Bas#- lot' Err- >c- ( Batterie' Kb tues amt Harrington Beatin Sod /corn* r. Umpire Mc Dermott. At I ho'ago -< In* aa<    .. 2 9 (I 9 J » 2 rf 4 IN Plnsbiinr  J M it I ll A 0 IF- 3 Ba-e tm * I ho ago 14, Pittsburg 4. Errors • ’bt* ago I. Pittsburg <L Baffcrit— Htif< to-em aud Ko trolge; ?** huadt and De* ker I’mpire l.vnch At Bx'toii Kintoc-Phila*!elphia ^ame pout poneil. raja. * Amo, i a no*. I rf 0 rf rf 9 v **wanS of ram. I isonaali 9, * Bore tang 7 tariuall I. «'levvUinl 4. Hlune* ami Harrington v amt ic a* ‘Ville .    .a a a rf rf rf o ti a ii a rf 0 a • I imuvili# rf. T'derf.1 A Itile L T'dete L - —I sat I* a ami ftvan At Lam Lee Is vt IU Tnt-sis Bs-* bd Errors Balter i. eli-H. U u.pire Eiueiie Af dt. I .finis— At. fa hi is       *i Odumh is. ... j) Base hfs st. fa*tit;-Err-»r- '» fa»m- s. Ul-B , I- « rf- rf awl rf rf rf I rf I rf 2 4 3 rf 2 1<(. 1 'n! limbos ll I '-domini' 3 game Hat'    <    hamberiam    and    Mum    mu;    Kaaten aud *»' oooor. Ump.re Barnum Al I is b-'t-T Rochester-!* vrn’hs* p*'Tp>oe*i. ram. At !!n»»U\ii Rn„k n Ltfileiu game postponed ram. *Kw rot,, win I,*A<i« a (^Allies poeCjsHit-d on *. count of ram. Itorrl* Park Races. M'dir4!- I’ahk, June iii. The result* of j, <«t*-rd:iy’' r.u es or-* as foil >ws First r;we. I q miles; I -ou** t.» Tiw tiraf,. V -Mslrairu second. Lysum-er thin!, time. ."»■ • ud par*, th** Uh-*fer Hr-s-k haadi-cnp I i mil***. Tomboy first. Pbilosophy '•-«on«l F.!**ve third, time. Third race, Anttcipatiou y*-«r • bi br*'*" k 1:13 . Fourth ra-e. I x miles, the Trial stake* for 3-year obi*:    Burlington first. Judge Morrow second. Paths ha third, tune, 3: US Fifth rw'e. \ mile:    Fmiry first. Blithe *e**on«i. Fe Ii pee third. time. MMS Sixth race, m miles; Guy Gray ftrat. Cast Steel *#cond, iattle Jim third; time, »(H. 'i ak es, for 2 mile Rrrkoo first, Dr Hns-ud. Ho* si FU rn third:    time. A NOVEL SUGGESTION. % rftrange Method -»f Enumerating Foreigners la Penn»\|vaida. WXSKINGTDIV, June I L—A rather singular proposition was nut*ie to Superinten«i-ent Porter yesterday by Census Super vis«>r Ashley of the Fifth Pennsylvania district He'tat*-' that the Hungarian.*, Miles an*! mane ut rhe Italians composing the foreign element, in lou-kawanna. Laizerne and t'arbon counties refuse to give anv information to census enumera tor*. These people employed by com pan lea md contractor*, he say*, are known by aum here. each man wearing his aum berun his person and respoodiof to it. As they refuse to answer the census questions. the supervisor suggests that the enumerators be instructed Di take account of such em .bnes bv their number*. Superintend* ut Porter did not like th* idea ami informed the supervisor*That the census office would not help to perpetuate a state of thing* where large number* of laborer* are treated rn- re ake Is-ast* of burden than men ami known only by nu rn'cr*. He then gave positive instructions that a sufficient number of enumerator* aud interpreter* be employed to pro cure the inf'>nn.ai ion calleii for by the *ren*Us schedule*. Snpermfen lent P«>rter receive*! information yesterday from the census supervisor in the teat net where Asheville. N. €., i* btcfff**! that the people there are evad 'te "be enumerators, informing them through servant.* when they call at house* that there is no one who can give them the in format bm. Mr Porter has written to squalor Vance ami Representative Kwnrt a-t *ng them to rise their infiuen*.** with the [<e«.pie of Asheville asking them to see that the work in Asheville will not be interfere*! with. A V*♦•«»*'• sudden Dent Ii. Buffalo, June 13—Julius DeVarigue, iff year* old. enrob.ved in the Buffalo St n't rollway bn - U' it Cold Spring, while sitting at the dinner table yesterday eating hi* meal and 'batting gaily with th***e about him suddenly fell to the floor End cf r> d. Conquer Kenny was notified iud took ch irye o# thrf ca-e. T’,e deceased tan a -.ugle man. born in H**liaxid. and has been li .dng ta this city for the past eight yearn, He wan a member of the Thirteenth fjonisiaaa Confederate regi* ment ami terved through the war Mr*. H%rr1w»n Preparing for Cape May. WASHivc:t*.sr. Jus* 13 — It was an-■oun* **i yi-'ienl.sy afternoon that Mr*. Harrison. Mr*. McKee, Mr*. Dtmmick and the children of the White House will leave Washington next Tuesday for Cape May and remain there during the summer. The president will probably make them weekly vtaits aatil the adjsurunient of ovogres*. after which he will remain ak Ute sea flhore throughout Ute hinted term. rklrsfn Ksrea Chic AUO, June 13—The race* at West .'lute park yesterday resnlted as follow*: First rate. \ mile I alter Du first. Batch • eller second. Tall Bull third, time I 32^ Second ra* e. I mile: J<s* Black burn first. Harry Kuhl mnamil. Story Teller third. time, I Third race, \ mile: I ’opperfleld first, Wesley second, Prophecy third; time. UVV Fourth rsi-e. 4^ mile: Toxura Doxey first. Ferryman second. Katie J thin!, time. I a*. Fifth ra«a*. steeplechase, over the full course Kl phi u first. Accoll second. Insh Pot third, time not taken. Res at St. Louis. St Lot la, June 13—Following are the result' of yesterday’* race* First race. I mile and TO yard* Stolid Silver drat. Castaway second. John Murri.* third, time, 1:31. Se*s*nd race. the St. Louis Oak', for 3 year obi'. J ■ 3 mile*: Daisy F first. Lain B se«'on«i. Miss Maud third; time. 2 44^4 Third race, q mile:    Sister    Linda first, Average second. Bramblebush third. time. 1:19. . Fonrth race l.H mile* Clock aer first. NL’ahoo second, time. i:i<) Fifth race. I mile: NT.irk mate first IJttle Crate second, Cecil B. third, time. l:45H-    _ Heavy Rain Storm Near Aabura. AUBURN. N Y., June 13.—The wont rain storm of the s-asin in this vicinity -et in afamt 3 o chs k yesterday afternoon. Cellar* in all part' of the city were fl***ied and the city sewer rd pew were bunt in manv pbu'e*. I lie l«v-s in estimated at EXXI.OOO The New York Central track in washed out for rn di stance of 4*»> feet two mile* west of Auburn. No train.* are running, ami it will Ire tem* time before passenger* can lie transferred A construction gang ore now at work repairing the damage A Broken Dam at Corry. Corry, Pa.. June 13.—Curry was visited by another heavy f,»l! of rain yesterday which came near being equal to the cloud bn rat here a short time ago Some dam age was done by the bursting of sewer* and fielding of cellar*. At 4 o clock in the afternoon the large dam At the water works pa nip station went oat. The reservoir south of the city is full jf water, so that our citizen* wfil have a sufficient supply to Last until the break can be repaired Explasiaa la A a bara Prison. Ar burn, N. Y.. June UL—One of the cupolas in prison foundry No I exploded yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock. Meu were at work in the foundry at the time, but no one was injured. It, I* presumed that the explowiou was caused by the gen eration of gases caused by tike heavy rain* The explosion made a terrific noise and th# convicts and keepers were greatly alarmed. The damage to the foundry is I CHILDREN’S CARRIAGES. Ss. OI 89.75 fVst silk plush, handsumelj upholstered Baby Carriage*, Nvith heavy lined satin parasol and standard Star ^ear spring, the finest in the market, worth $12 and $14 for and $9.75. Special price. GIRLS in) 17 PATENT At r (AjTt I * S< GT SPRING 1/j rt r Agf j ii TRICYCLES V, rn ONLY 06,95 08.75 09.75 EFLIE STORE. SPECIAL. ANNOUNCEMENT Hr ORK.kK> U am mi agent* Big pay. 'tes’ly No exjH*ri« u< *• u*f<ie<i. ! Men, and a um il j work **ntili free. No vxperutoe u«-*Hl*'i. J. Keo HNB W Mi rnky, tlnrwnau, Ko* heMter, N. I 0 I * »DD AK I Al • * , Patent I ta mc v ■*, rf! . J’h Oil, H ssJusekMi, D 1. , opp I ' lauuii of | Joe. Patent*. I areal* and ft»* Issues -sN iir***! ('rad* Marks regisWre*! All Pa tau I hamness I 1 wad utile*! for at* sir rate keen. in forma ti on, j Advice ami sfieciai references •cut on request. J 375 »Ni Is    % ■•WTB can he male, it 4 m IX    working tor as. Persow pre- f terre*! who an turnisli a horse aud giv»- their whole one to the hu»in«*". Nf>arem< mrn- < may be pf oiit-ably enpioyed al"*. A lew vacancies in t**sm» ’ and noes. B. F. lUHNSON JA CO,, ant Main Sa, Kah«on.t, Va ak J 11 U | M I Cur lit) 11, cc I • cl S ll ST * , ifa ' remeut '-room ltoit--e;i tot to*' tire- - se*, coal and w<mm| house, bxnilwimr veranda Md vestibule, lark *t«M*y and storm-house, screen -bsirs and windows,    sa-hew iud , • Hit.'ide blinds; band-ouieIv pt|«**r>d, n. wly ! painted inside sud out. water aud sink in I kitchen aud h dnnt for lawn. Lot >s»x irfrf, new sidewalks, fruit trees, garden ami li«»t i»sl i A liar gat ii. ROOMS TO RENT in lh* Mi-r> hants Hank Budding Inquire of rf    Jacob;Wirt»er    or    Frank    Mar flier** is no better place to buy Rone'S, St am roses weuping-roses, all kinils of fine ornamental plants, eoleua gurarieums, tom at* ie and cali-l»ao,*‘ plants, than V ANDKRMKl LEN S GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle an«l Seventh Ste. CARL SCHAUER Df^Y ‘CjoODg AJSD CaF^PET^. ADI JI. 1i',Daill S iSDSRSON • MKMrr.%4 BMX ( :i9*;-402 Main Street, Buffalo, ...    . N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto i*:    * Secon*! to Soot*." VV ti wimti to ti** spcoinl to u«m** im your service. Trj us and s 59 East Third St., Has just received a full tine of rn CCTAIS ATC 3C7.2X Equal to any in the city, aud at prices that will pay you tos**e him Indol * purchasing We wish to im press ujkjii our out of towQ friend*, in view of the promised changes in the fan lf aud the prooahle increase in the cost of nearly all kind* of dry goods, that the month of June will bv* “rn* month for them to shop.    Prices w* re never lower than they are at preseut in our store. If the promised tantf hill passes, price* uiusi go up. We have the largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine suwei I. We carry a complete line of N ET-rLETON’S Fine Shoes. If you want a uice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You nv i 11 like them. Our GENTS' $o.HO Calf Shoe in Hutton and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow tile, is the liest shoe for tile money that has ever I*-en offered to any trade. Come anti examine them for yourself and f»e convinced. We are ofTeriag splendid Imr-gRios iii *ate«ns aiel gingham* and 'ii rn mer sr aah fabrics of ail kin«tR I he balance of our spring stock of cloak-* are selling cheap. We «piote the f*>U«>wing ha*galax in tiu«l*'rwear: li^nileinen 1 blue mixed shirt# and drawer# in medium weight#, at MB’ per #uit. Uentlemeo # Balbriggan underwear. 'Ak: per *uit. iJentitfiaea’s blue angola thirt# and drawer* at 35c. ea*’h, tile. guo*l#. Ladle# Jer*ey vests aa low a# 10c. each Ladies’ balbriggan ve*t* with hue trimming, only loc , worth ilk:. Goo*I gra Ie Jersey ve*i# at 35c. (each. White and blo* k lisle thrernl Icrvey vest* at Toe. each Silk vest*, all color#, Vie. each Linen price# will be considerably advanced if the tariff i# changed. Our prices are much below even current prices and we are selling fine cloth#, napkin- D Oyley# towel#, etc., at rare bargains    - New style* in parasol#. New style-* in glove*. New »tyles in ho«»ery Hen* 1*|uarter* in Buffalo for |UarpeU, Rug*, Draping and upholstering(fabric». k\m Mddm and Auden xx latex* nr,** a, MASS STREET. BUFFALO. N V. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, M4 MAIN ST., HUFF ALO, S. f. DK ai. uh ria Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, 1 Us'ks, Silverware, Leather leasts, etc KS ti RA Vt SO. OO LD >f SIL VK M PLA TIS SULLIVAN & SON, A COMPLKTR LIRE OF Holiday Goods :uu MAIN ST REFT, BUFFALO Bf V 2 I 3 Centre Street rife--    --Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ^tBEMFCHIMNEYS»«««? CST THE WPOMC SORT - THE PICHT ONES lifer. LEH PEARL TOP AUO ARE - Mid! IAT ii GEC. A. MACBETH I CO.. PITTSBURGH. PA, ;