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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, Dunkirk, New York WW WWWWW WW His Head Was Level. O-X-O--- First Tor ho America:—-Kay Johnny, urn. jer up to der flit* dis mornihg? > Keo NI) V. A : -S'aw. I should wit not! I nu* up Ut der Dunkirk Printing lo'.. ort). *- I.un :u' MMM* id dcir stationer) for rn** mudder Yer mm- dev art* Mdhng *0 cheap dat I knocked down a nickel on de old lady, an’ she didn’t (ret >m der racket. /kVVVVAWWWAWWV F\V\\ \ X V\//\X/\AS -:-STOCHT-:-AKD- :-SUKHSAT.-!- V *’r",‘»tc paper on Hr leu ti Ac knowledge; read I* t„rr the < hautau.jua #oci*ty 7 J'"tor> and Natural .Helenre, bf »• I R. Koitera, of tlita cit?. It la K> von In bdl on id pa„e Mr von to read V>i'W| ^WVVWWX AWMI VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , THURSDAY. MARCH 27. 1890. B ll KI1 Ii KS ENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK • 4 NKW Kl LINO >1 U MINI all kinds of blanks Ii lb® latest audio*# be Mechanical liepartment of liunklrMPri ntt iinttkun pan v ALRXANDKK’R Coal and W ood V *r Central Avenue. ©nrosite Hick*’1 *1**. All grail*** at lfart and tall < ;*1. a dj Lumber, Shingle* and La th• Ari] v    Corr*# ponderer for wl ob toitoi tad. Ii K. GIFFORD, *2.v. and 22-*» Central B. Art! awe Photogra plier. IhbUHiL*1"^ Photographs of Balnea a 'K'1*1    ;.^u    j oeid not wa.t for aunshin# except *»» J tj« blea. HOOK HI N ll KB V —J A n an    J.f.f ll pretor. No. IO K Second street. near Bu fab* street, Dunkirk, N I-    “r J tic, Pamphlets, etc., bound tn all al) I** ’r}, prompt!) attended to. AU work guars*) ^ • HDKOIF.It’H CWH KK.KV IU IC HK* Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in 13 ported and j .lo ates tie China, Glassware, A'1. til ACT ADMI1 A MUTLL Rate*, fI per day. Avery and Boat ding stable in oonoactum j Victor Rider, tut!, and aal Lion street. <t Cl ITV HARHKB MUOI* /    Chan.    Nagle, Prop., Cndcr Cake Shore National I’.ank, corm Center and Third stn-cts. A flue aUa-k of Foreign and Hoiseatic * igars. i KIN BIAN A H«»N. I/    SS*!    centai * lr eel, Ti mull Si h«*rae-i»b*»eia. Particular attention ^a>‘* to Interfering cornea. Shoeing of roa*. ai a trotting hora* * a specialty. THE INDIANAPOLIS ACCIDENT. It Baa Doc to a Faultily Constructed Building —An Inspector Needed Indianapolis Ind., March 27 —Coroner Wagner ha* completed his invest i gat too at Ibe disaster connected with the Bowen-Mer-nll fire, which occurred on March 17, and which resulted iii the killing of twelve fire men. The verdict in each of the cases, twelve in nunitar, wa* alike, with the exception that the dr aths did not all occur on the Name day The finding fe ns aa follows: *• Anthony Volts came to hit death March 17, 18UU, through injuries received from fall* tog Umbels and bricks at the Bowen Merrill fire i March I Ti while in the discharge of hi* duty as a member of the fire department, the building collapsing after the fire wa* under control    The    Bo we n-.Merrill    building was constructed at different periods, having been enlarged to accommodate an in-creased    stock    and    weight    on    a foundation    not    so intended    by its original    bulkier, the    changes    and    additions (nilmmatmg iii a superstructuredejlending in part for its sup)tort upon adjoining buildings equally faulty. Building experts and the owner declared on oath that they would not now erect su« h a building. The fire, while the immediate agent, was not of itself Buffi cient to mum the collaj.se I find that the building was of faulty construction. The testimony is unanimous that the fire department. from chief to j.tjieinan. acted promptly and intelligently. “I find that the chief has the fullest conf!* deuce of bis men, and that ha and they de *erve tile commendation of the community. “To prevent further calamities I recommend to tile proper authorities the appointment of a i'oiiijieieiit building msjjector. ” NEWLY ACQUIRED ZEAL MR INGALLS TAKES THE SOUTHERN SENATORS TO TASK I) UN Kilt ti tiVltXlNtl OBUIUVKK. Largest Daily la Uie Lou *ly. Au unequalled advertising medium. hl'NKIKK BNUINKKBINU (OGI DD i Kormert) bedew a Pup I* Ie. Manufacturer* of kiigiues, Rodeo. » *»'*• )*. Sbaluug ll anger**, etc? Catur,,*. Verging*. Coating*, aud Aiachiue Work loonier. I kl'NHIKK hHIBT ( «►., AIM. A* l) LCM. UU street, Manufacturers of Un •q5r,.rowed” and "Dunkirk perfect * fitting Dress shirt#. on sal*- in all toadmg «riautoug. Nothing and dry (pawls bouse*, in Dunkirk. I i K. TOOM KY. II    Alt and UH Lion street Dealer Iii Hour, Ired, alt, Haled Ila), I bo* abates, etc. Latobhshed, let» . HIK HOT KL aud Dining saloon, I mon Ci Depot Las* access to all trains and bus ne** nous***, best accommodations lor t .on- ( nan .ai Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. i ti ll LF-1 to A CO., ^    SJ7 ami PUK Ii. rd street. Kine Kuruiture. Cabinet W are aud Up* J outstaring- Picture Frames made to order. Ll |». .MATI KHON A CO.. *    JOI Central Ave , Landers of Fashion aad GcuUeinen Outfitter*, j ^ AKU I HTKAM HKATIMU CO.. Man alae lurers of Hteam llsatiug Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OME HTEAM LAUNDRY "our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    loc;    ♦    oil ars, lo; Cuffs. 4c, aud Lac* Curtains, t ree Deliv- «ry. A W. Cumulings, Au Centai street. | I K. OKUM. * L Third st., cor. of Bull ak* Manufacturer aud dewier in Fin* Bool* A Shoes HMN KY W KILER’!* NKW HTOHK. BM K Third st. Books. HtaUouery, Mimical lu-atrumeuu.Magaxmes.Daily audM ce kit Pawers. and every Un cg pertaining Ina first class Look stora. SCHOO. Books a «|>* 1 * ' JOH PHISTINO of every description an I at lowest Bring rates by Dunkirk Pouting Company, i and IO L. Hecond St. J’ ll VAN BC REN A AON, Fin* Life, Accident and General lnsiiracJ* Dealer* in Real Rstot* and Loans. Par.ioular attention paid to Hie c ire of oroperly collecting rents Ac. 21» Uentor sh. 2nd floor. More Horses Hold. New York, March 27.—The second day s lale of Seuator Stanford’s Palo Alto stock attracted even a larger attendance yesterday than Tuesday. The first eight animals sold at prices ranging from $400 to $4..'jOO High<*st priced hon#**: Bay filly, 18*8, Electioneer-Ivora, R. J. Morehead, Northeast, Pa , $4,000 Monbdth, b s Else tioneer, Mamie C., Robert Steele, Philadel-phia, $.000. Bay colt, Electioneer-Maria, R. floe, Meadville, Pa., $4,500. Bay colt, 1887, Electioneer-Maria, R. Roe, Meadville, Pa, $3,100. Bay filly, Electioneer-Minx, $3,500. Bay mare, Kris*-Nettie Walker, R. Roe, Meadville, Pa., $3,250. Pomona,‘Electioneer-Pearl, A J. Welch, Hartford, Conn., $3,000. Yesterday’s sale realized $70,420, an average of about $1,0'.JO for forty-seven head. Gov* emor Stanford expressed himself well pleased, the two days having netted him nearly $140,000.    __ Protests Against tbs TarlflT Hill. W amu NOTCX, March 27.— The Republican ' me rn I of the way* and means committee (XMitinued to hear protests yesterday from j parties whose interests will tie affected by the pro}K>*Ml tariff bill. Acid and nickel nii'ii were present and a mind st of other interests were represented, together with congressmen from several states. The chances for the bill tieing pi "seated this week ara diminishing gradually SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT N"OW is the time for priiming your trees, and Mien it cill l*etiine for living your gardens, park* amt lawns. Let it lie done bv an experienced gardener, ai d then enll for Vander-meulen Brother’s, corner Eagle and Seventh st -eels. Next inontb we get the finest and rarest roses in hundreds vaned*- from Holland. Nice weeping ro*e for funeral plan ami many new shrubs-iud tree*. Order some of them w hich we will sell so cheap that you must buy some of them. S“ TODD ABT A CO., Patent Attornare. $15 7th HL, Washington, D CL, opp IT. 8. Patent Office Patents. ( arcate ami Be Issues secured. Trade Marks registered All Patent business condue»ed for moderate Fees. Information. Advice and special references sent on request. A MONTH can be made working for us. Persons pre- . (erred who can furnish a horse and gisH their whole I time to the butin ss. Spare moments may be pioht- I at*ly employed also. A few vacancies in towns i and tines. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., looy Main I St., Kichmond, Va. ,vbrmon Eiders' Book ! on    btreiigth,    mailed    fre*    to    married F. Ii. Croach. SOM Grand St. h’ew fork O KOK’8 PH ARM AUY, .IOO Central Avenue Uadqurn tars for Wall Pai*«r Paiata. Oil*. Ac. M (KKKINH, J. W. K JOO Center sit eat, dsnufaolurer and dealer in Harness. Had., lo#, SSI., Collars, Trunks,W b ps, Buffalo Robes, irs* Covers G toves Mittens and Hleigh Holies I icholtkh. '    17    East Third street. sh ion ai* I* Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to jlf ^tjrinlsp* to cull on me tie fore purchasing lewhere. . M. (AKI A CO., IPHI Lion street ieurra) Hardware.Wh.te Load.O»ls Painter’s Oldies, Oil ( louis. Oral to w are. A special-ofgherwii. Williams Pa .et ami M*»ur«s'ii*ng*- ULINU. siudi a* blank-book*, ledgers, and ail kindsoi blank* douc al Dunkirk Printing Company, g and to K. Second ROOMS TO RENT! In the March nt* B ink Building Inquiis of lf    Jacob    Wirtner or Frauk May. C. C. Penfold Mauufncturer aud tinpot ter, 3«4 M AIN VT., BUFFALO, N.«Y. DRALER IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, HilTsrware, Leather Goods. etc. SXU HA IT.VG, GOLI) if HIL IKR PLA TISO UC DOLPH MOLDENHAUER. Cor. Third and Buffalo SU., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and tut btl UK stone, t all or nu- la*fore buying iii# A COMPLKTK LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS our sole- walk R !»«» MAIN ST KU KT, *) hi* mo Ie Iroquois Hotel. ihlky a CO.. 7 ami i» East 4ront street Whisky, MTnes, Bran«iie* Go berat Liquor Store for Family Use OKERT M'KAY, Lion street, near toe depot. ,anting. Hale, Feet and Livery stable, ttoug by toe day or    ut*    reasonable kl J. OIFKGRJC SUI Central Ave ti p suns). General Insurance and Beal K*.Ute at. Fire, Life, Awident, and Live .-(lock rauee Vrosapt aUenti«*n git sn to buying MSU mg Real KsUte Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured t* ASMISISTIRIN0 SS. HAIIIS' QllDCR SFCClFlf. B can he given In a cup of coffee or tea. or lit ae tides of foot*, without the knowledge of the person taking It; It is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent am! speedy cure, whethet toe patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER fails. GUARANTEE a complete cine In every instance. 48 page boot FREE Addle** In confidence, COLDEN SPECIFIC CO. 135 Rte* St. C Indite att.» ray C.    . TJRrdsb,oor Dter. Kxcelaior Mail Market. Fresh, salt amt amokSl Menu. ItoM. Na.Hiagos. Gy.ter* sn*. Poultry-    _ sat ATCHK8. JEWELRY, AU. Bur the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a    •    . Frabk F- iHtapf.    E. Third yyM. HKK'KEK, Merchant Tailtw, SIO Central Avenue ELYS learn Balm st. CT "ansa* the Naval I’:ta**g*a Catarrh ei.Y'S-. -AAU BNVI kllnys Pain on.l ^ns^erirr*, InttsiinnaUon.— FJ*WtsIM| ll* aN the Sow*, P RO F KENION A L. v T. ROLPH, M D., Phvsician and Sui genii nee over Ly^n’a Drug Store Residence, Central Avenue Telephone No. J. CaIIs mat be left at L von’#. ((astor*** the Senses of Taste and Smell. KKlK- ______ rut THE ITB' hay-feveW A particle is applied into each nostril and is aarccable. Prue 50 cenU at Druggists! by mail registeredJkicu SLY BROTHKRS/A Warren treet. New York. A Char artar 1st Ie Oration fro as th# lu-sas Senator—H# Soya Thoro la Nothing U nroiwt Hot tonal la His Aasandment Regard I ng the Dealings ta Futaree nod Options—Territories Aahing Admission. Waahinoton, March 27 — Meanra Hawley and Gray were appointed members of the board of visitors yesterday to attend Ute annual examination of the cadets at Weet Point. Mr McPherson, from the committee on naval affair*, reported a joint re* Jut loo authorizing the secretary of the navy to remove the naval magazine from Kilts Island in New York harbor and to purchase a site for and to erect a naval magazine At some other point uuid appropriating $75,U(J0 for the purjwise ) Mr Hiaoock moved to Amend by Appropriating a further sum of $76,000 to enable the ac*-rotary of the treasury to improve Kiln Island for immigration purjouea The amendment was agreed to, and the joint rvsoluti*ei wa* panned After the transaction of routine business, the senate proceeded to consider the antitrust bill. The amendment offered Tuesday by Mr. Stewart to insert the wonts “or of the value of money by which such coat may be advanced or reduced ' w a* agreed to Mr. Hjhtoner offered an amendment giving the court* authority to issue writs of injunction prohibiting and restraining comb!nail' Mi* from proceeding any further in the bufdneos except to win<! up its affair*. The amendment and bill were disrumed by Mewl rn Spooner, Gray, Hoar, Stewart, Vert, Reagan and Eustis Replying to certain remark* made by Mr. Reagan Tuesday, Mr. Vest declared that be would not say another word about the constitution He wa* jirepared to “join the jaro-cesBbaj." It reminded hun of the hunting I>arty that made an agreement that the flirt man w ho complained oi a dish aet before him in camp should cook tor rn week. One of them Implanted to kill an old crow and co>ked it for the meas, and every one praised it as a most delicious morsel The Farmer*’ Alliance was narking now, and no dish could be placed on the senatorial table that would not tie taken with a gusto that would delight a Parisian gourmand. He would like the senator from Ohio (Mr. Sherman) to any whether be considered the clause incorporated in the bill by Mr. Ingalls’ amendment (imposing a tax on dealing* in options) was constitutional or not. He characterised the bill as a “remarkable act of leginlative legerdemain ” It said to the persons engaged in dealing in future* and c*ptiot» that they wore a lot of criminal thieves and robber*; but that if they would jray $1,000 into the treasury they might go on robbing Mr Eustis thought that part of the bill directs against the cotton exchanges, or dealings in futures of manufactured goods, a* the grossest usurpation ever attempted in the history of the government Mr. Ingalls in defending his amendment naid it was directed against that gigantic modern invention known as “dealing* In futures," which wa* just as nefarious and disreputable as the poker table or the faro Uuik and thens was not a man in the country outside of the senate chamber who did not know exactly against anat practice it was directed. Speaking in support of the constitutionality of the amendment, and replying to the criticisms of those senators who questioned ite constitutionality, Mr. Ingalls said he could not conceive of anything more humorous or more grotesque than to have the senators from Louisiana. MisKivsipjA and Missouri, and their associates, rise with terror on every occasion aud plead tile constitution with a si*iiuluti-ai of terror, as if the minutest alienation of that sacred instrument would—like the death of Kosciusko— “rusks freedom shriek." Those gentlemen had spent a considerable portion of tune to endeavoring to destroy that constitution. What, he asked, was the secret of their new found reverence for the constitution t Had they borne It away in the ark of the covenant for four year*, and then brought it back a* its chosen guardians f And did that permit them to taunt those who endeavored to carry out the ideas of manual growth and progress without tieing violators of the constitution I It seemed to him that it would be a little more becoming for those senator* w ho were scourging them and bolding them up to public castigation, to remember D.at their view of the constitution had not l**en maintained by the people of the United State* There had been no step in national prog re** in the last thirty five year* against which the senator* from Louisiana, Mississippi and Missouri (meaning Messrs Eustis, George and Vest), had not risen and declared that it was against the constitution. Mr Ingalls recollected that there was ooce a great demonstration to prove that there was no power in the constitution to coerce a state which saw fit to go out of the Union; yet the people had found it, somewhere In Its latent resources They had lieen told that the abolition of slavery wa* without warrant in the constitution, but it bad been found; and when not found in the letter it was amended by tbs sword. They had beau told there was do constitutional power to reconstruct the stales; to make jreper a legal tender; to moline specie payments, and recent, ty, when a resolution was offered In the senate to inquire into some violation of law to Muowoipfii, the whole organization had risen nj) and declared it to be a violation of the constitution. The government had a right to go to England, Germany. Austria, or Spain, w believer the lights of an American citizen had lieen violated, but it had no power under the constitution to take care of the rights of American citizens that had been assailed and overthrown in Mississippi. Mr. Ingalls commented to those construers of the constitution the contemplation of the results of their criticisms during the last thirty years, and suggested to them whether it was not barely jMissibie for them to be mistaken in invoking the constitution against Ute effort to remove the burden of the monstrous and crying evil against which the bill and amendment were aimed. Mr. Ingalls then proceeded to argue that bis amendment did not violate the constitution iii any respect, and that there was a wide difference between it and a revenue measure. He affirmed that the bill was in no cerise w balever a bdl for raising revenue, and w as therefore not obnoxious to the clause that all revenue measure* must originate in the house of reinvite!ital!va* Mr Vest, replying to Mr. Ingalls, said he was under ol*11gsDons to obey the constitution but not to Uke the construction put ujkmi it by the senator fnwn Kansas. Mr Eustis, criticising the “ option amendment,” said bo such stride in the d.motion of centralize, ha), atisohiteism and tyranny had ever before been made to regulate the private contracts on mdi\ id aal* of the Ute tea. Amendment* wore offered and adopted aa f otto WX By Mr. Butler—Extending the pro\ shoo* of the bill to stocks and bonds By Mr Eustis—To boots and shoes, lead and lumber. and by Mr. Blair, to wool— gouda and whisky and all kinds of in toxics ting drinks. Mr Cullom, while anxious to have a bill pawrl that would prohibit trusts, moved to refer the Mil and amendment* to the committee on finance Mr Sherman opposed this, but hie motion wa* rejected An amendment in the shape of a substitute for the bill, which hod been prepared by Mr George and offered by Mr Gray, wa* then voted on aud rejected Mr. Vest moved to im Tease the license for des Is re in optiona from $ I OU) to $10,000, and it was adopted. The bill, which had all the time been con ii de red in committee of the whole, was reported to the senate, but a vote on it was not reached At 0:40 p. rn. the senate went Into secret newton and a few moments later Adjourned IN THE HOUSE. Washington, March 27.—In tbs house yesterday Mr. fan non of Illinois, from the committee on rules, reported a resolution making the Wmining admission bill a special order for yesterday, « recs** to lie token at 5:J*U in the afternoon until ll o’clock to-day. the previous queetioo to be considered as ordered at I o'clock. Tbs Wyoming bill was then taken up Mr Barnes of Georgia opfxmed tbs bill because be believed that there were gross lr regularities in the adoption of the constitution of Wyoming; beearn*- he believed that the territory did not contain a population requisite for admission into the Union, and bees use there wa* incorporated to tbs constitution features based upon the subject of female suffrage which was antagonistic to Republican institution* Mr. Carr at Wyoming made a strong plea for the admission of the territory which be represented into the sisterhood of states. He contended that its constitution had been adopted by the free and fair vote of its citl-cens, and that the pustulation was sufficient to —title it to two senators and one representative in the congoes of the United B ta tee, and he defended the proposition of the constitution of the territory extending the right of Huff rag* to worn—. Mr Dockery of Missouri favored the admission of new state* a* rapidly as tbs Increase of pojHilaUou to the territories warranted. But he insisted on calling a spade a spade After the territory had been organised 14 years the vote cast in 1888 aggregated but 18,010 and ac*cording to the rejiort of the minority of tbs committee 4,000 of them had been cast by females Tbs total vote of Wyoming and Idaho was less than the vote cart in his own district. The bill was nothing more or less than a jiartisan measure, designed to perpetuate the power of the Republican party. It (like the Idaho bill, soon to follow) should be called a bill to add three electoral votes end two senators to the Re publican column in 18B2. Mr Oates of. Ala lamia said that no new state had ever come into the onion on the terms projanted iii this case- that women were to have tbs right to vote and hold office. It was a delicate question, and be looked with great apprehension upon the growing tendency toward extension of the right of franchise. Woman suffrage had ala ays been experimental, and the judgment of history was that it was not wise to entrust government to women. Representatives Dunned of Minnesota, and Washington of Tennessee opposed the bill, and Morris of Ohio supported it. Mr. Mansur of Missouri addressed himself, he said, “to tbs country, lf not to the house," (for an actual count there were not ten members In their seats) and saki that the slim attendance rem unled him of the fact that the house was bringing a state into the union by the Caeaerinian operation, rather than with the care and comfort w Inch surrounded the acoouchment of an honorable member of an honorable family. The bowse then, at 0:20 took a recess until eleven ©clock to-day. Killed by a Asta Hovsr. New York, March 27—John Atkinson, aged 44. a lawyer, was killed at hi* office, 1172 Broadway, by Felix Palmer, aged 33, foreman of a gang of safe movers who were removing a safe from the office. Atkinson had some words with Palmer, who finally struck him on the head with a heavy stake of wmd, crushing his skull. Palmer was arrested. He claims that tie acted In self-defense, as Atkinson wa* about drawing a pistol No weapon was found on Atkinson's person. Mr Bernard, w ho occupies part of the offite, says the quarrel grew out of Atkinson's refusal to have the safe taken out. Bernard went out for an officer When he returned the fatal blow had been struck A passer by who saw the affray says Palmer had no provocation for the blow. Doath of a Demented Nan. West Chester, Pa, March 27—Bister Leo, who escaped from the Villa Maria convent Tuesday and was subsequently recaptured, died yesterday of paralysis of tbs heart It appears that Bister Leo came to the convent six months ago from the parish of the Church of the Gesu. Philadelphia, and took the white veil. She has since then Item one of the most devoted of the order A week ago she was stricken w ith the grip, and a day or so late* her brain, it is said, became affected. It was while laboring under a hallucination that she leaped from the window and atteiuj'ted to escape. The physicians say her death was caused by the exjnxure Tuesday    _ Two Attempted Harder*. New Yore. March 27.—Superintendent Alfred D. Moulton of the Stein way Surface Railroad system of Long Island City was shot and fatally injured at that place by a discharged driver, John Ronnen. Ronnen says that Moulton has hounded him for years, causing his discharge from several place* A few minutes later ex-Alderman Delahanty attempted to shoot William H. Williams, a brother of Inspector William*. The revolver was knocked from Delahanty*s hand and he was larked up. The trouble arm** over mane money tn naaetkms Delahanty has heretofore borne an excellent character and hie held tuatiy offices of trust in Long blat 4 City.    _____ A freight Wreck. ALTOONA, Pa , March 27.— A f» sight wret .: occurred at Lilly* Station, a few mile* wee of here. late lost night, caused by a rear end c* % aion. The wreck took fire and set fire to two hotel* and a dwelling bouse. There is no fire enguw there and the only defense against the flames is a bucket line from the creek nearby The engineer of engine 385 was slightly burt. No others are reported injured. ('rushed by a Falling Tree. Baltimore. March 27.—The American's special from Romney, W, Va.. says: The 12-year-old son of George Cunningham, residing at Seneca, Pendleton county, was killed by a tree which be felled with an axe falling upon him The little fellow’s bones were broken in every part of hts body Tho Ohio Falling Rapidly. Cincinnati. March 27.—The Ohio river is falling at all points above this city, aa are also all it* tributaries The weather is clear a J the worst is over, and a rapid decline Ie anticipated to day FLACK S KESIC NATKIN. IT WAS RECEIVED BY GOVERNOR HILL LAST EVENING. The Es-MierlfT baya Ha Committed No Crime and Hops* for a Vindication In the Near Future — Public Policy Prompted Him to Keslgu—Doing* of the Legislature. Alba NT, Man-h 27. — At 10.30 last evening Governor Hill received the resignation of Sheriff Flack of New Y'ork county. It was handed to the governor at the executive mansion by Mr. McDonald. Sheriff Fla kl clerk The resignation reads: SnsKirr » Orncs I Coe sty Oscar Hoes*. (.’mr sue Coe NTT or New Yoas. * Mur b M. IMM J To His Kiosllwii'jf, David B Hill, Governor, Albany. N. Y. Dx** Sin- I hereby resign tbs office of abn IIT of th** city and county of New York. I have been convicted by. a court sad Jury of the . rime of con-piracy aud while I SGU protest that I b ive com untie » no crime against any nu man being or against the alate, aud that I have let-n in att inhumanly aud cruelly persecuted by sen ai ioast and partisan newspapers, and while I ani in forated and believe that Mi ** offense of which I have bere convicted is not one which works a forfeiture of my office, either of itself or by executive act on, I nevertheless rex-og ti lie that a person convicted of a crim mil offeiiM** no matter bow innocentnay tx*, ought not. a** a matter of propriety, to continue to bold public office L there! ore, resign in in**, in the belief that I shall yet ne vindicated in the w urts, an i that the time will coin*> w hen my fellow citizens will know and say that whatever mistakes I may have made, I have been guilty of no crime I rem •artfully request th it my succe»*or may be •imueiiateh appointed, to the end that I may at ooce turn the office over to him Very respectfully, Jamb* Flace Governor Hill, when asked by a reporter about the appointment of a successor to Mr. Flack, said he had given the subject no consideration whatever. THE STATE LEGISLATURE. Tbe I xx-Sport Water Supply Company’s Hill Debated. Albany. March 27.—In the senate yesterday a letter was read from District Attorney Fellows of New York, arcouipan) tug a copy of tbe presentment of the grand jury, which shows that legislative action is required to remedy flagrant abusee in the slieriIT* office to that city. The letter was ordered printed. BHL were pawed: By Mr. Hendricks—Allowing religious ei>-cteties to execute mortgages. By Mr. Linson—Prohibiting children under 16 years of age using tobacco on the streets. The nomination of Samuel Alexander to tie state chanties commissioner, vice Milhau, resigned, was received from the governor and referred to the finance committee. Mr. C. C. Witherstine was confirmed a* oan commissioner for Herkimer county. Adjourned. In the assembly a bill was introduced by Mr. Acker allowing Hornellsville to borrow $100,<*>>U to provide a system of sewers. At tbe evening session Mr. Kill s bill, allowing the Lockport Water Supply company to furnish electricity in Niagara, Erie, Genesee aud Orleans counties, came upon second reading Mr. Fish said he thought tbe bill covered tbe ground of last year's bill, allowing the use of Niagara Falls as water power for generating electricity. He said that the bill had first allowed the company tooperate throughout the whole state, and that he thought a valuable franchise was being grunted very freely. Messrs Green, Kill, Harwood and Decker explained the measure, saying it was quite Innocent. Mr. Harwood denied indignantly that the bill was for the use of Ute Niagara water power, Mr. G. H. Bush celled attention to the fact that tbe bill expressly allowed tbe use of power from Niagara river. Mr. Blumenthal showed that tbe company was given the right to put a dam, machinery and sluiceway at any point in the river. He thought the alin of the bill was to get power from Niagara Falls On motion tbe bill was recommitted. Bills ordered to a third reading . Giving the bank examiner power to close immediately a tank which he fin<l* insolvent, and to appoint a receiver for it. Mr. Erwin's, appropriating $4,000 for the promotion cf dairy agriculture. Mr. Acker's, providing for a code of evidence Mr. R. P. Bush's two bills relative to tbe licensing of jdyvsicians and surgeons. Mr. She* ban's, amending the act incorporating the uffak) (ark association Adjourned. The Fool Rooms Closed. Baltimore, March 27.—There is not a pool room open in Baltimore. The (*assage of the bill yes ten lay bv the house of delegates at Annajtolis, prohibiting book making, pool selling, and other modes of gambling on horse race**, except at tbe tracks, and its apt*rovai by the governor, did the work. The agitation against the |»ool rooms has lieen going on for four years. The legislature of INFN had a bill before it looking to their suppression, lait it tailed before aune manipulation in tbe third house. In that time the enemies of tbe pool rooms have worked incessantly to prevent tbe Hagging and increase the sentiment of opp* wit ion in the public. The bill parsed the bom* at ll :3IMasteriav, wa* signed by the governor at twelve, and at one o'clock the doors of alt the pool rooms in thi* city were closed.| Archbishop Hels* Deail- Milwai’EEK, Mnrch 27.—A I-a ('russe, W la, special to the Nee bote announces the death in that city last night of Archbishop Heiss of Milwaukee. In Slay. 1878, his name was sent by most Rev. Archbishop Benni to Rome for the coadjutatorsbip <>f Milwaukee, to which he wa* promote*! in March, 1880. In 188?, by the death of Archbishop licniii, he was made archbishop of Milwaukee He was a native of Bavaria and was 72 years of age His death was not unexpected, as he haslieeu dangerously ill for several week* Tried to Rob a Railroad Office. COLUMBUS, O., March 27.—A special dispatch from Springfield, ll., to Tbe Dispatch *ays: Two desperate tramjis attempted to roll the Ohio Southern railroad office at Bainbridge. *outh of here. The door was battered down and the telegraph oj(erator, Charles Boyd, who had a revolver in hts hand, w a* overpowered. The operator was accidentally shot and tbe tramps thinking him dead, fled without getting any plunder. An Did Man’s Suicide New York, March 27.—Jacob Anderson, a German diemaker, aged 66, who came from tiermany with his family nine nrwmth* ago and settled in Atlanta, la., hung himself at a h<*tel to this city yesterday. The family were returning to Germany and have only money enough to pay their expenma The old man will lie buried by the city. TROTTING HORSE BLEEDERS. The> Meet at New York and Comodo* Changes In the Rules. New York, March 27.—The executive committee of the National association of trotting hone* breeders had a private session bere to consider the proposed changes in the rules regarding what are known as “tin-cup records.” which now enable a trotter to get a mark of 2:30 or better without competing against otWr horses. These time-record* have proved very cumbersome, and doubts ao frequently arise regarding the credltibility ef the performance that many prominent breeders are in favor of having them abolished J. H. Wallace, the official registrar, came before the committee and submitted a schema to amend the present rules. This was considered by that body aud then referred to rn committee of three members from the Breeders' aaeobiation, and a similar number from the National and American Trotting association*. Some changes were suggested to the new rules and the breeders’ representative*— S. A. Browne, W. R. Dickerman aud T B. Arniitage - will present them to th* reel af the conference. The main feature of the chauge im that in order to get time rei'ord* three or more horses must compete for a purse to be *»b-scnlied for by each. As the contestant* twat i:30 they retire, the hone making the fastest time to get first money, and mo on. lf they fail to beat 2:30 after two trials the money revert* to the association on whose grounds they trot. Mr. Browne say* the pro)*med reform is a compromise, but, if accepted by all in auf bority,w ill be a general benefit to the breeding interest. A LAWYER THRASHED. A ( til! ago Artist’s Wife Hoy# He Tried to Cheat Her. Chicago, March 2t).—A pretty and fashionably dr esse* I woman darted out of tho entrance to the First National Bauk building and began belaboring an indignant old gentleman with a rod. The woman wan Mrs. Frank Kent, an artist. The victim was United State* Commissioner Simeon W. King. The lawyer wa* on his way to his office when he wa* attacked He tried to catch ae woman's arms, and in the struggle man and woman fell upon the sidewalk aud roller, upon the jvaveinent. A policeman Anally succeeded in dragging Mr*. Kent from the commissiouer. She w as taken to th* armory and arraigned tor assault. The lawyer wa* badly punished The welta of the whip draw blood mid clewed an eye. Tbe woman deciares that King tried to cheat her out of her furniture ami drive her from her home. King assert* that he bought the furniture for the woman, but declares that the most rampant Anarchist* of the city have made her house their home. When he ordered them from the building they refused to go. King, therefore, began suit against Mr*. Kent for the recovery of the furniture, and it was thin suit that caused the scene. Mrs. Kent wa* bailed out br one of tbe An* archiHta Lawyer King declares that he will send Mr*. Kent and her admirers to the penitentiary.    __ Robbed and Nearly Murdered New Yoke, March 27. — Mrs. Ix>uiaa Braudt, wife of tbe chief plumber of the West Shore Railroad company, was robbed ami nearly murdered by a highwayman in Weehawkeu about 8 o'clock Monday night. Mr*. Brandt had been to New York and made a number of purchase* She was going home in company with her 10-year-old «on, when a man approached from behind and struck Mra Brandt on the bead with a coupling pin. The boy called for help, but the robber succeeded ta taking Mr*. Brandt's pocket book which contained *12. Mr*. Brandt is suffering from concussion of the brain as a revenlit of the blow, ami I* in a critical condition. The boy says Patrick Murphy,* newa boy, aged 21, committed the deed. and he ie under arrest Kisses Hint Bouquets for ItUmarck. Berlin, March 27.- While Prince Bismarck wa* driving past a bridge situated between the Lustgarten arid Uuter den Linden the horses attached to the carriage shied and their legs became entangled iii the tram* When tbe horse* had been controlled athrong of people gat heres! about the ex-chaneellor. A remarkable scene ensued, many of the ladies Hinging bouquet* at the prince, while other* seized aud ki—«sl hi* bands The prince broke down anti wept. The accident was trifling and the prince drove off amid the cheers of the crowd. A Motion for Reciprocity. On ova, March 27.—In the Ontario legislature hon*** of commons Mr. Graham ha* given notice of the following motion: “That in the opinion of this house it is desirable that closer relation* should exist between the United State* of America aud the Dominion of Uan-ada. and th*! tbs house do humbly petition the legislature of the Dominion of Canalla to take such *tejw as they may deem expedient to bring about unrestricted reciprocity between the United States of America and the Dominion of Canalla." Brake Her Neck With a Blow. Springfield, 111., March 27.—John Rappg killed hi--mistress, a cyprian known known as Stella Howe. Kapp* left the woman’* house aud went to a saloon. She followed and endeavored to get him to return with her. Rapps struck her on tbe neck and she died almost instantly, it is supposed tho blow broke tho woman's neck. Rapp*’ parents are highly respected. Another Japanese Horror. San Francisco, March 27.—Steamer advices from Ja|>an state that on Feb. 27 about 500 Japani-se houses were burned in Tokio and 70) others jairtially destroyed. Two persons were killed and twenty-five firemen injured. On FVL. 26, 187 houses were bunted in Tokio ami on March 5, 850 were destroyed. ' The fires were all of accidental origin. Houghtaling Responsible. Albany, March 27 — The state railroad commissioners have decided that in the of the Hamburg disaster March 6, on the Lake Shore, Conductor Houghtaling was criminally responsible for not taking proper precaution*, and that Engineer Mooney showed bail judgment in starting without air on the five rear cars. A Scheme of the Farmers* (lltsnr*. Staunton. \ a., March 27.—The committee of the Farmers' Alliance of the United Htatoe has concluded to establish the Alliance Agricultural works at Iron Gate, Va Th# work* will employ .m> to SGU bands, and their products will go to every sui sa Ilia we in the country, representing 4.o0U.uuO members A Blabbing Affray. Binghamton, March 27.—During a quarrel at tbe Erie depot at Susquehanna, Fa., Michael Foray was stabbed three times by William Sullivan Foley, better known as “One-armed Buffalo Bill.” Foley was arrested. lait afterward* escaped, and is now on the hills closely pursued by officer* NO. it*,. GKN KU Al. FO Ii K IGV NEWS. AN IMMEN E CROWD ATTENDS THE GREAT BOAT RACE, lh* lima I i>ii«iiUrsl>b (luwtr than the Best Reoord The Kotsr UuHts Apologise* to Mr. Farwell—The Pope Rf pl Irs to Emperor William’, (otter Regarding the Labor Conference London, March 27 — The summer-like weather yesterday brought out an immense crowd to witness th* Oxford Cambridge boat race. The bridge* crossing the Thames, ss well a* the tanks on both stiles front l*ut-ney to .VI ort lake were fro* lied with interested spectator* and piea.su re seekers, and boats full of excursionists dotted the stream all along the course. Most of the boats showed a busiue»+-like impartiality by flying the color* of both i-oiitesteittts, but here and there a partisan of one or th# other side appeared, ut which the dark or light blue, a* the case might ta. was exclusively displayed by the passenger*. The town was also “painted blue’’ ami the azure color met th# eye at every glance — on omibusea, In cat# and over bonne*. Doubt Jew the crowd of spectator* would have lieen larger hail the event occurred ai Saturday—the usual day for it—bvt tile throng was dense enough to tudiiwte that the interest takeu by Cockneydom in these tests of skill, strength and endurance show* no sign of statement. The time made was nearly two minute* slower than the best record, and neither crew did a* good work to the i ace on it bad teen doing in practice. The fact that the water wa* somewhat rough told in Oxford's favor. Tike dark blue* easily took th*- lead, ami though some rhauge* of | .wit ion occurred in the first strate he* the victor* were never head im I on the last half of the course AN APOLOGY to BK PARNELL. The Exeter Gazette has tendered Mr. Parnell an apology for its action in republishing from day to day as they come out the charges made by The Times that the Irish leader connived at crime. Mr. Parnell, who had begun suit against The Gazette for lital, ha* a»*cejited the apology a* satisfactory, and will cause th# legal proceeding* to ta dropped. The extensive dry dock# at Lubeck wore burned yesterday. Much shijqiing was endangered. but imwt of the vessels were gotten jut of the reach of the flames unharmed Five men w ere Willis! by the falling walls of a building in course of erection at Hohweln-furt. Bavaria. THE POPE’S REPLY. He ('oiigrstulates Kaiser William on His Recent Action Berlin, Mal ch 27.—The Rei«*hsanzeiger publishes the letter of Emperor William to the |(ojie on the subject of the tatar conference, together with tbe resjsnise of his holiness. The emjieror, in announcing the ap poiutiuent of Hi>ho|i Kojifi ss a delegate to the conference, ■-aiil that he knew the ihs-tor to be thoroughly imbued with the pojie's idea*, and felt that his presence and advice would materially contribute to the success of the conference. The jsqie, tn reply, congratulate!! the ein-peror tijtoti bis taking the field In such a worthy cause. His hoi me** recognized the high value of an utteinjd to nettle these Important questions by a conference of international ?vNi|ie. He was {(leased by the etn-jeror's acknowledgment of the great efficacy of religion aud the church in tbe solution of social problems, and he expressed a hope that the authorities would support the servants ol tile church in exercising their function* in connection with social question*. The Kaiser Annoyed. Berlin, March 27.—The Post learn* that 'he einjieror t# annoyed on Mwount of exag* crated rejsjrt* which have ls-en circulated .ii reward t • b's criticisms during his official *is.t with the officers of tbe general staff, These report* hale led to a rumor that Count von Wa I- Ie race, chief of staff, would be trims (erred, but the rumor is unwarranted Canada Congratulated. I-ORDON, March 27.—Tbe Port In a leading i rf ic Ic on the improvement of navigation in the Mi. lawrence, congratulate# the Canadians uj(on the commercial future soon to ta u|iM>-d for them by the completion of th# worit which will make the Ht. lawrence one of the grandest trading way* of tbe world The Liverpool Htrik# Ended. Liverinjol, March 27.—An agreement ha* ls-en reached at a meeting between the striking dock luborer* aud their employer*, and the strike is over. The meeting wa* arranged by Mr. Davitt, who has lieen actively championing tbe cause of the men. A Plot Again*! Ferdinand. Vienna, March 27.—Mayor Panitza, who has confessed his connection with a conspiracy to remove Prince Ferdinand from the throne, states that the object of the plot wa* to effect a reconciliation tatween Bulgaria and Russia H oling In KL Petersburg. Bt Petersburg, March 27.— Rioting continues among the students of the St. Peter# burg university. Revolutionary pamphlets ore bring scattered far and wide through th# secret or ganizations of the students Von Alvensleben D#cliu#s. Berlin, March 27.—Herr von Aivensleiion ha* declined the office of minister of foreign affairs. Don't ((’ant Mr. Ingalls Ka-elected. Atchison, Kan., March 27.—The Fanner*’ alliance of Kansas in convention at Tojieka passed among other resolutions thg following: “Notwithstanding the fact. that John J. Ingalls bas represented Kansas for eighteen years iii the United States senate, it is a difficult matter for his constituents to jxnnt to a single measure be ha* ever championed in the interest of tbe great agricultural aud laboring element of Kansas, and we will nut support, by our votes or influence, any eau didate for the legislature who favors his reelection to the United Htaie# senate.” Tho resolution# also demand the election of United States senators by the j.ieo|*le. ilfa’s-:-Carriaps! BCV THE— DOWNING celebrated reclining b*ck For Style and Beauty, Durability and Comfort Everybody approves of it being tha only carriage you should usa. Th# gt Fatcat favorite amony tb# lad!## md nurses, and is found in all th# leading families in large cities. Too much cannot be said of this make of carriage, it (ills all of the loug-f#lt wants for the perfect comfort of children when out riding. Thi# carriage has given such universal 881 in(action_to tile trade In former year# that we will handle no other make thin year bat the Downing. According to our varied and loug experience in the sale and make of children's carnage#, we eau safely Hay the Downing i# superior in style and workmanship to any we ever bandied, or that can he found in lite market. For all the advantage! you have in using the Downing t ar-riage ii does not cost you any mots than the common atraigljjt back style. We are enabled to show th# finest assortment of children’s esr-riages iii the city, or that you will (iud anywhere. Every carriage up-holatered in the late#t aud newest shade# et beat silk pl ut- ii, giring them a rich appearance, and in all making them a most devil abit aud itHeful household ornament as well an the pride of the street. SOLE AGENTS. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has J tint, received a full line of SB rn Orercoata mi Troaserings Etjiial to any iii the city, aud priceft that will pay r > ou to Bee him befoi i . ^ purchasing. LADIES! [(‘you want an easy and comfort able shoe. with a heavyJsole, one that will New Orleans Kara*. New Orleans, March 27.—First race yesterday, % mile: Johu Morri* first, Pritchett -ecotid, Sheridan third; time, 1:20>{. Second race, % mile: Forever first, Cliqaot second, Void third; time, 1:05^. Third rm-e, % mile: Hollywood first, Hulk! Bilver secoi*d, Eclipse, Jr., third: tune, .53*^. Fourth race, % mile: Bonnie King first, Pell Mel! wound, Zeb Ward third: time, 1:33; j. Fifth race, % mile: \Ti*countew» first, Beth second. McCullough third: tun#, .54. Rfssplion to Admiral Kimberly. Boston. March 27.—A reception intended ta a public acknowledgment ai his services at Karoo* wa* tendered Rear Admiral Kimberly, ti. H. A., by the Newton chih at its club bt mo# in Newton villa last night. keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong A Co’# Hand Welt, common mf use shoes They will please you.- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street,Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe’s. DO YOUR LAMP CMmNtYb BREAK? YOU CCT THE WSOSO sWxi THE BIGHT ONES MEC.LUC PEARL TOP “<RE Made only by GEO. A. MACBETH A CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA. ;