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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York AWX HOUSE CLEANING Tun** i - ii ira hi’up***1 u- null nil ll* trial** un*! tribulation-; bul a (alg** p«*rti<Mi <•* th** n.»r v ami iu* **n\•*im**im * ma* '"J over* • ane h' ha' tag a ar***>*!!> *uppl» 4,1 I arp-. (1*hw Old Nr»**|'<N»"* Vt «• ha'** a lur*** -uppl* ,,n ***','*** *"'' .mu famish all >«u .."-"I.    ' -Biali quanti! ie**, at tor l***r hutMlrtW. /SWN "I ll WK BETTES FACILITIES Than any Printing House lo Thau* County for turninir out all tin* very tai*** t)dt*«igiis ta Fin© Job Ppinting. art* ih’nit'i nm t<-r*r for Stationery. VNXNN \\\\\\\Xs\>S w B VOL. XX. Ii EV ll ES EE TA TI VE U SIN ESS HOUSES OF dunkirk. I NI tv Ut LING M \t HOh I' r r 1 J A alt kin i“ of blank* I** the latent sodium In Mechanical Department **I Dunkirk! Printing Company.1! Central clSlt W nod X ard, TK z;:« ■-ss.ssisa se1 .ESL* *. ta ll I Cl tail. LEXANUKK’N I ie, OU J • jtot    All (Trade* of Har t I rec gra|> nut wad I iOUK I I urieVor, No. IO iv. second Jam aa lKVi.au, IT.* treet, near Hut-S I, Magazine*, Mu Pamphlet*, tic., bound in all aly lea. order* ’ mu ' litU-uded to. All work guaranteed. Itl MIKKI ir.No, I'i K. itre**t, Dunkirk, t , I I,? lit lf* OtlKKKKV MOt'HK I > IO-Central Avenue Ute and retail dialer in I . ported aa* China, Glassware, Jke. i lf A ti 2 A t iii A MOTEL, ltd* In ll fl tar day. lull Stable IU .xii*unction \ let*>r Hider, i.15 and I.H*u eirect. V odor Center F orei its HA filii.It SIKH* Cha* Nagle, I nip., Lake shore National Bauk, cornel an I fluid ut recta. 4 flue stock ut i and Domestic igars. • ION KLIN A MI N, V>    •’flk*    center street, t’-.n Heal hon»e-*hi*era. Particular «tu.uli**n paid to interfering hot aaa. st* *eiug of r**a*l ti J trotting hora*** a spinally. I) I NMI HK K\ EN!NG OIHKRVKH. exigent Gaily la the < • hi aly. Au unequalled advertmng medium. A ■Mi Shafting ca* tang (> K I KH tAUlM l.lilM* Ol'IIMNV. Forire.lv Seliew A Coppin. tiller" ut Fngm*--, Holler ', Pull**'*, ilia Hanger*, etc. and M acid Bt VV Pattern*. t *rk to or*ler. aging*. » ktCShlKK xii I KT HI., Art. »Ufi I I Center street, Manuta* lurera •Cromwell* aud «*•. I af iIm and ^Dunkirk" |*rlect -fitting l»*>! i»h hp . nu Tx He 11. d I* -ta bit shed. HOI Kl. an*! dining sui*nm k.m»f Acorns to ail train* an*! bu** Heat V'OiUi lariat)oni for Cuu* I I raveler*. John J Murphy, Prop. h lll.t Id A CO., ami 'W K I1 in* aul *le I lur*! stntl Furniture, I annet VS ar*' aud I fling. Picture I rn mea made to order. A ti. ti t i f ESON A « o„ ll .Md * '-enIra! Ave., tern of I a-loon aiel Gentlemen ihitfltt AKEL!. STK AM ll KATI NO CO., brand- atul wold them iu com (aditiou with i the home made product. The committee Mailufa* lurer* of steam Healing Apparatus Sa dirt Pi urn bing a >|»ecialty. hL o ic; OME STP. AM LAUK OKI. i|K**saltiea:    Flue    --lurt*,    hie; Collar* I, C", and Lane Curtain*, fixe Deliv-tv. C urn in i nr*. Jut Center -treei Ic OI ti ‘I I. I Is lr i -I , e«»r. of buffalo lecturer and dea cr in Pine Boot* A Shoo* I I ENLV WEI I.KIPS NKW STOKE, PKI L [I I tm I sc Hook*. Stammer}', Mum eat lu « it inen -tMi^n/.i..v-".H.tily aud d e* ““*■ “ ami everything pertaining t«*a first cia** it* ire- se boo • tt*H*ke a -p- Oft FLINTING J low ‘t hong rat*’* by costly aud Vt eekly Paper* Wk atty. i every description ami at .I ll. Dunk rk Printing Company, ti and IO h. second St. XAN lit HEN Si HON, f ire Idle, o* dent .iud General loiuntdf Hea*» Leal h late and Loan*. Particular rn paul to the car* of properly col lee t- xtveuti ut*, red* Ac. stiff tJen ter *C, ai-o recommended that the (povertiment should retain only I percent, instead of IO jier cent of the linty paid on raw mater ml w liitij wax re exported in man ufmt tired fotut Thix gave the (»eople of the Toited State* practi* ally free raw materia] for the exjadi trade. Tin- proviaion di.-(xised of tile Democratic argil in eat that lf the maii-ufa*turvrx had free raw material they 000 I* I cotii|*ete in t lie marketaof tile world, Mr Springer of lllinoia a-k«**i if thia provision applied to wool. Mi McKinley replied that it applied to everything Mr. XLK in ley aah] that the SSM'ii iou of the minority that the bill would not reduce the revenue* was misleading The ii.slant duties were increased ti * a fair prate, ti' e (naut. that instant, I he importation- diminished ami tile revenues conv-1>« mil ugly diminished. He said if the Iii 11 should I ax amie a law the re'eimea of th* Kov rnmeut would la* reduced #5u.-0i«i.ooh h* sic ooo.iim. Mr MrKinlev then explained the more important pro' isioua of the bill. Mr. McKinley finished his speech st ‘2:45 ! min i great applause and Mr. Mills took the Moor in liehalf of the minority. The earthenware schedule, he said, had lid ta*eu changed because the present j duties were, if suyfhiug, tooihnsil. The I iucreAae of duty OU glaaswuie was ueees j    ^    sary, lecaiue of tile sharp competition ■ 4 eh *.    .    •    ^ ^euu,r *iraet,    from forrign count rte-. The proposed in- Manufsctarer and dealer m list ors* Sad den, crease in thedutv on agricultural provlucts ti; .ie-..:;-. 11 niikx.vv h t', Uuflalo jpds*:., ^ouhl I its ii r«- the American fanner all til the American market lie could not com* ll ha mu 11 \    with I lie low priced lals*r of other 4 •    ..    l.‘ La-t ‘ ’ i *    .    count rh - iii the market- of the world, but J the excjusiou of foreign product* would I Insure the distribution at home of the 1 UUP. UH I which wib paid for foreign pro 1 ducts now. During the twelve years of Canadian re- Icipns ity the Tuittxl State* had bought ' much more than it had sold The Toited I States wanted reciprocity with equality, tell as blank-lsK>k«, le*tgerv, an*! j reciprocity that would give her her share in the tatrgain she made with the other countries of the world. But he said he would not discus* reciprocity. This was a domestic, not a foreign bill [Applause ] S{ieakiug of the duty on wool—2 1-2 cents a i*mud on all wool coating under SI ON KOK's FBARM U’f, a*» Central Avenue H“«d*|Harkers for Wall l*a|*er Pa^nt , Oils, Ac. •eOurcra Giovea Mitten*andsle.gh tt«*l*»*». <H HOLT KH, #    I*    East    Third    street, I i iiionable I ail***.’ Gentleu»eu will fin I it to tfiesr advantage to Calion me iiefore **urctiasiug e!-ew here. It. C VHI t CO., S4B Lion st rcet. ieneral It ar* I ware, VV til Ie U*a*i, oils Painter's IU- fit, vat V iotha, Gras. ie Ware. A special-.I i wu, WidiHiio I’S ’ tantl M.?un*erange. if blank* done at I » I LING. a I a l kind Dunkirk I’rinung Company, s an«i lo E. Sec*md at. I , I l**»l.I’M MOLDEN It IC KIL |4    Cor.    Third    and    Buffa’    *    Nix,, Dealer lh Granite, Marble, i ."ggtag and I.. an*! 5 cents on that costinn over Bai.tin* -tone. Call on me -* tors buying ] »• «*ni*. ana a cern* on uw cosuiig over vom t-i*ie*walk    12 cents cents a pound—he swim the com mittee would offer an amendtnendment I changing the classification from 12 to 13 cents, and wqp Id recoin mend a duty of 32 l**r<xnt ad valorem on the lower grade, I ) I SLE % St CO.. ]4    7 aint ff East I'mat street. W hisky, IV mea, Brandle*. General Liquor Store for family if ac. « * oui it T MK AV, Iv    Li*m    -ti*    el,    near    toe    dc|**.l. IVoaniing    *■1,0,1 ftU‘l    ''Ublo. -tabling by Ute day or week on nas.*i»ald« U‘i    ___ ___________________ V t%t ,1. oil' KOKO, Jai Central Ave. |U| N .lhlr- General luaunince and Baal Kstata vve.it. Eire, Lite, Accident, and Live stock i Ian.v. Pron.pt attention go .*u to buying and -ethug »i*-al KsUtc. I.’ Ex* ON ES. 75 E. Th int sc, cor lHx*r. u,r Meat Mfirk-t. frosh, Salt an*. Meats, last, sausages, Oysicr* ao< Pi* NX XX r AH'tlCS, .IKWKLKV, At.. *duv the Aurora KdlrUMl VS au h. Kcp&tnug a -pecialty. I rank. t*. supt. <5 K. Third sC M. MOCK Kit, I Merchant Tailor. I)* I Estral Avenue I* KOK E-si ON AL, EOI.PU, M ll.. It. Phy-unan and Smge*n» Ohio* over l.y. u’a Drug Mon. K* si !en*>e. Centi a1 A v c•* tie Tel phone No. a. Calls uiav be left al Lyon'*. and Mi j»er cent on the higher. Having in-c i vasts I the duty t»u wool the committee La*! inert*aced the *ii.?y on luanufMeturv* % wool ax a ooiui»eii lion. The inijsjrtant Ie ture of the metal schedule wax the pro. x»-d Increase in the duty tm tm plate. Tor 24 years the price of tin plate had been fixed for American consumers by the foreign producer, and ever) dollar of the duty was paid by the consumer. The committee prtipisied to give Annricans au opportunity to make enough tin plate ft*r home consumption. Alre«*iy t he announcement of the intention tt> do so had crushed out the great foreign combine on tin plate, and it would stay crushed until the political complexion of the house chould ebauge aud the duty he reduced. Discussing the free list, Mr. McKinley aalii that the forty-eight articles made free bv this biti i Mild into the treasury last year ftd.VJO.'rti The eighteen articles taken from the free list would increase the revenue f2,4«l,0UU. Speaking of the duty on carpet wools, Mr McKinley referred to the growth of the carj*et industry' in the Tnited States. He said that the price of carpets had gone down while the a*! valorem equivalent had gone up But the Democrats saw only th# DUNKIRK N. Y. THURSDAY. MAY 8, I Bi to. NO. 72. TARIFF DEBATE BEG DX. THE CONGRESSMEN ENTER ANOTHER CONTEST OF WQRCfe. Mr. M* Kinbr Waksx the Opening trfn* ■val for the It* pit Iii i rati* and Mr. Mill* l>«*e*» Like wive for Ibm L‘«u.w*r*lk A ( oneluolon I * [sri rd to be Rem* had bv Sal *ir«ia>—tither Hiiaiue**. Waemin*. ion, .May s - Mr M« Kin ley, ike chairman of the »%ajs*jo*' rn an* committee, e ii’*.* I .nfo toe h u e Pf, yf nun utvs ls*f'*n* nonn ycHt* ru vat.J fob'.ui to arrange a gnat pile of let;al looking 'xtoka on his desk He carelessly glanced up toward the galleries aud a look of surprise came over his face as he saw the slim crowd there for the opening of such a great event, a* the tariff debate usually Ip WL, GILFORD, tis and 2tf* Central Vie brings out a large quota who have leisure >. Arto u** Photographer. 1enough and disposition to take an interest Bn bi***    a    »iH"*-.aii>.    ■s*"*    .    ,    .. .    ,    _ fur    sunshine    except    ho I    Lu the    all important    question of    tariff re vision The    bill granting    a pension    to Mr* I)    8.    Parnell wax    first called    up, but ' It wa* agreed that it khould go over. Mr McKinley moved thj^ihe house go Into committee of the wLofeff for the con-Mderatton of the tariff bill. In making ■ this motion he said he would endeavor to j close general debate Sat unlay evening I Mr Mill* of Texas thought the time j fixe*! wa* too short. Two years ago the I Democrat* con cede* I t weuty-three day* for I debate and he remount rated against the ; short time now prolapsed. Mr. McKinley'* motion was agreed to aud tile house went into committee of the whole. Mr. Payson of Illinois in the chair Cm motion of Mr. Mills the committee i granted to Mr McKinley the privilege of j speaking without limit, and on motion of Vfr McKinley a like courtesy was grunted to Mr Mills. Mr McKinley said that In the last political campaign the tariff had been the absorbing quest ion fa-fore the |ieople; and it •cerned to him that uo extended discussion j of this principle wa* expected or required, under exixting condition*, for if any one J thing wa* settled by the political contest of I NNN, it vv ax t hat the pr* *teet ion policy I a* |‘i’« un ii lgt*i <*d bv tile Republic an purtv *-,„*,„tai„e,i»,> ,h*. «e-pubiicaii party through a long series of yeai-x, should Is* -eciired iii auy legislation I w hich w ax to I*- held by a congress chosen I in flux great contest and on this mastering j lsxue Ile Interpreted the victory to mean, ..ii®    be iuterprete«l tile majority in the honan Drt-o Nhlrts. <*m sale in ab leading fur ais ting, I |4)    interpreteii    the    incumtwncy    of '•lothnoi and 'lr' c.*xix houses iii Dunkirk. j    *    ...» B    3    the presidency by the preaeut chief exec u- -    | TOOMEY.    live to nirtku that a revision of the tariff Jr.    404    and is* lioniimt^ f wa-demanded Hy the (ample and that that * j revi-iou xhouid lie al«>ug the line and full « recognition of the principle and purpose L   I of (indection. [Applause ] Lim >n | The bill report eel to the houxe    was a thorough aiixwer    to tile demand    of the people The bill had not abolished the internal revenue tax, l**cau*e that abolition wit* not necessary    to preserve the    protection system, lf    the committee    recoin nn udatioua as to the internal revenue law should lie agreed to. internal taxation would Is- re*ineed a little more than #10,-utiu tMi    I he rec*cutuieudatiouaof the com mittee thai iin(M>rted articles !a*ur a mark indicating the country in w hich they were ma tm fact chn*# WM* based on the practice ut nut ny countries which copied our I jest high ad valorem aud abut their eyes to the diminished |»rice. The Democrats pursued the shadow*, the Republican* enjoyed the SU list* nee [Applause.] Mi Mc Kiuley saxd that under this bill the foreign markets were a* accessible aa they would lie under free trade. But he wanted to know if the foreign consumer was any lietter consumer than the American consumer. The bill had lieen opposed because it wax art American bill made for American interests. XX by should we pas* over the best market of the world—our own market* Yet, with all this croaking, our exports had increased 35 per cent more than the exports from free trade Great Britain. In l8*4i, after fourteen year* of revenue tariff, the country wa* in a alate of depression. Today, after twenty uiue years of continuous protection, we found ouraelvefe in greater prosperity than at auy other time. Could any nation furnish such evidence# of prosperity? Yet men were found to talk alsiut the restraints we put upon trade. The greatest good to the greatest number; the largest opportuuily for human endeavor were the maxim* upon w hkh our protective Myatem rested. [Applause] I Mr McKinley was warmly congratulated by all the Republican*present. while cries of *'\'ote” were head all over the western side of the hall. Mr Mill* of Texas then followed. Ha declared that this wa* the ti rat bill that had come before the American people with its mask torn oft, like a highwayman demanding tiieir purses [Applause J To chec k importation w as to check ax portation. Pig iron was the base of ail our iruu and steel manufactures In 1871 price* were rising after a depression, aud the imports of pig iron were increasing From 2.5c»o.unu tons in 1870 the import* of pig iron r**se to T.OUO,OOO tuna Ila IB73. lf the Republican doctrine wa* true, then every ton imported displaced a ton of American iron. But the figure* showed that our domestic product roue from 52,-UU i,(IOO Iona in l*7u to I IU. UUU, UUU tons in 1872. That showed conclusively that the Democratic position wax right—that increased imports im reseed the demand for American labor. Then there was another article, hide*. Ha*l gentlemen on the other side ever heard of hides liefore'’ [laughter ] Hides had bobtail up. and then serenely bobbed down again Some times you saw them; sometimes you did not. Why did not the committee put a duty on hides as high as the duty on tin plate?' Why did not the committee treat sugar as it had treated woolen ami cotton goods and iron goods* Coffee had been placed on the free list eighteen year* ago by a Republican congree*. Why not a prohibitor) duty on coffee ami naturalize it in this country? What did the bill do to aid agriculture? It (int sugar on the free list.. I wo yearn ago wheu the Democrats st * ss I nu the fl«s*r and declared that the country wa- on the edge of a dark shadow the Republicans had ridiculed this, and had said that the farm mortgages were only a further evidence of proxjierity aud wealth | laughter. J The Republican* must do something more than this in order to f<**l the farmers. Why did not the committee put a prohibitory duty on raw silk, instead of dodging the question and providing for a bounty? Why did they not put a prohibitory duty on tea and develop t he-a-xafra* industry of this coilll-try? [laughter.] The committee t\ad found out that the wheat production was iu danger aud had increased the duty 30 per cent. The I nit**! States exported 00,0110,(HU bushelx of wheat a year, aud last year it iui(H>rted the startling amount of l,04tf.000 bushel* [laughter J Corn was to lie protected The I nited State* last year exported 00.000,OOO bushels of corn ami itii|*>rted 2,3nn bushels. After further ridiculing the attempt of the Repuhlh ans to t ater to the farmer vote by adopting useless duties on agrii iii turn! products, Mr, Mills concluded his speech A rec*sis vv ax taken until 8 p rn. In the evening session Mr O’Donnel of Miring in favored the hill aud Mr Stewart of Georgia opposed it Mr. Dost of Uh not* favored it aud Mr. F.lh- of Kentucky condemned it. Adjourned IN THE NEN ATK. Washington, May 8 —In the senate ye»L terday Mr. Gibson prevented resolutions of tile Mi—issippi river improvement con vent ion. lately held in Vicksburg, and of the Southern Pre** association, recently in session iu Charleston. S. CV, iii favor of the levee system and of the Had* sy’stem. House bill to authorize the secretary of war to deliver to the state of Colorado the flag- carried by Colorado regiments during the war of the reltellion wa* reported and jJH*.se*I; also house bill to amend the ait to divide the state of Missouri into two judicial di-trict*. Senate bill to extend for three year* aud to amend “an act to authorize the Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad company to construct aud operate a railroad through the Indian territory" w a* taken from the calendar and pa-**-d. House bill for the issuance of ordnance stores and supplies to the *tate of Maine, to replace similar stores destroyed by fire on the 7th of January last was reported and passed. Mr. Gray moved to proceed to the consideration of the bill to transfer the revenue marine service to the navy department Agreed to ayes, JU; nay*, 24. Mr. Cockrell opj>osed the bill on the ground that no public interest required it* < paa-Hge; that it wa- only for the interest of the officer* of the revenue marine service. whose rank and salaries would lie iu-I eased. Mr. Cockrell wax still speaking A hen, at 2 o'clock, the pre-iding ofiicer an non need that, limit r last I dday ’* agreement, tile bill would lie laitl aside ami the senate would pr*JceeU to the consideration of the senate bill authorizing the issue of treaxi ry note* on deponit of silver bullion. The bdl having been read in extenso, Mr. Stewart asked unanimous consent that i; la* postponed until Tuesday next. Mr Vest objected. He did not know, he said. what arrangements had been made out side of t he chamber, nor did he care. His judgment was that the silver bill was the in**st important bill on the calendar; that it ought to be disposed of, and that it had (teen unreasonably delayed. Mr. Plumb and Mr Teller admitted the force of Mr. Vest's argument, but urged the advisability of waiting for the nrturn of Mr Jones of Nevada, who was iii charge of the bill, and who had left the city with the idea that the matter would not be taken up The presiding officer put the request of Mr Stewart for unanimous consent, but Mr. Vest objected, and the bill, therefore, wax taken up. Mr Sherman moved to amend by inserting a new section repealing all laws thai require money deposited in the treasury under section 5222 of the revised statute*, to be held a* a special fund for the redempti *u of national hank note*and covering that money into the treasury; also covering into the treasury sum* do- poaited lintier section 4 of the a* t of .Tune JU, 1874. tiling the amount of I*tilted State* note* ' Mr. Plumb moved to amend the amend meat by inserting a provision that here after no fund* available for the payment of the public debt, including *uch a- are kept for the redemption of treasury u*»t«--, shall be retained in the treasury in ex cess of (I lo,(NX).(JOU, and made a statement in explanation aud advocacy of it. Mr. Sherman opposed Mr Plumb*# amendment. Mr. Reagan criticized the policy of the retention in the treasury of the hundred millions of gold held as a special fund for the redemption of greenbacks Mr Blair asked Mr Reagan what amount of gold it w ould lie prudent to hold to meet a possible “run” on the treu-ury for payment of the #34o,UUU.UUU of greenbacks now in circulation. Mr. Reagan replied that there wa* a1 ways an abuudunce of gold in the treasury without any sjjecial reservation of it After further debate the bill went over until Tuesday to allow Mr, Jofirs of Nevada to be present. A conference was ask**! on the (jill for a public building at Hudson, X. Y. After executive session the senate adjourned. FATAL COLLISION. SCHOLARS IN REBELLION. Lark of III-*-Ipllne Hake* Iu*nt***r«lliia- tlon lu a Ni>l*H»-r’» Orphans Ne I* ooh CA KUHLE, Pa , May* lank of discipline and poor management at Whitehall * Soldier*’ Orphans’ school, this county , led to a actious rela-lliun *>• the part of rite scholars la-t week The school wa- put in charge of t’apt Flu J Thomas on January I, aud in February J W. Kline was made principal. Discipline grew lax aud the boy* grew impudent Several serious breaches of order were commit!**! Secretary Thomas J Stewart and (’apt. George G. Boyer of this city went to the school a week ago yesterday and found iv* ry thing iu liad shape They se levied four ringleader* who, after some talk promised to 1**-liave. The promise was kept, so far a- the four ringleader* were concerned, but Thursday night a youth uained Rippey and three other Isjy* inaugurated a revolt Uuriug prayer*. When a hymn wa* started they refused to xiug. When Manager i honia* prayed both boys aud girls stamped their feet anil behaved outrageously. I Hie girl* weir ordered to their rooms, and while they were going out the boys bombarded the teacher* with heavy inkstands, cutting **ne *»u the temple and inflicting other injuries. That same night four of the !►*>>- fell ujion a male teacher and assault* ! him. Idpney and his three companion* were locked up. Governor Beaver ami Capt. Boyer went to the school Saturday to investigate They found things worse than ever. The four prisoner* were defiant and encouraged the boys from their window to aits of insubordination    I ii-pee tor Grier wa-sent for aud arrived Sunday morning He could do nothing with the ringleaders, who defied him They were put on bread and water diet and on Tuesday ln*|jeetor Grier made another visit, He found the boy* iu a better frame of mind ami released them. There is no complaint ax to fo*si, clothing or at tendance The trouble may lead to the breaking up of the school. NEWSPAPER MEN IN SESSION. A XeetiiiK at Cincinnati to Prepare for the Annual 4.altiering. Cincinnati, May 8—A number of the leading newsjiaper men of the country were in this city yesterday They constitute the executive committees of the American Newspaper Publishing association and the National Editorial as-ocia tiou Among those who are regi-tered are: James XV. Scott. Chicago Herald; R. H. Camp, l*itt’»burg Chronicle-Tell graph; William I-affa n, New York Sun; XXV C. Bryant, Brooklyn Times; E. H XX'***!*. Boston Herald; C. W Knapp. St Louis Republic; G M Brennan New York: ll. XV Maples, Norwalk, Conn.; RoUrt M. Rawls. Athens, Ala.; K G C**oper. Denver; N XX Matthews. Urbana 111 . J B. McCabe, Bo-tou: B. B Sergeant, Chi* ago; Walter William*, Columbus, Mo , XV. s, Cappeller, Mansfield, <).; C. R. Oldham, West Virginia; XX', ll. Barton, < ’arlsmdale; y A Horstler, XX'arsaw, intl.; R M White. Mexico; C. A I*ee, Pawtucket; A. B White, Parkersburg, XX'. Va XX*. H. Ixjwrie, Elgin. 111.; C. I). Tiller, Fort Wayne, Iud ; Allen Foreman. New X’ork. The meeting of the Editorial association was presided over by ( unties I>-e. 'Hie object of the gathering was to [ire pa re a program for the annual meeting of the association, which ia to be held in Boston the last week in June, unless the date lie altered The Publisher*’ association met at the Burnett house for Hie trim -action of exexecutive busine-*. After the meeting of the committee* of both association- a joint conference wa* held, the idea Ijein . to assimilate the two organization* I in* committee of Cincinnati publisher*, of which M. A. McRae is chairman, ha- arranged for a dinner at the Ljueeu City club to lie tendered the visitor*. A You nj Lady laMaitffiy Rilled Ut hors Badly Injured. ALLENTOWN, Pa., May 8 —A New Jersey Central express train ran into the Lehigh Valley New York passenger train at the grade cr*-sing of Lnioci at reef, this city. Two of the I sh lgh Valley paa->enger cars and the engine of the New Jersey Can ira J train were thrown on their sides A young lady passenger in the l^ehigh Valley tram wa* killed, and five or six other* wee* injured, not -erioiudy. Tile cause of the wreck wa* the failure of the air brake* on the New Jersey Cen tral train to work. The train shot past the depot, aud crashed int# tile liehigh X alley train at the Union street crossing A dozen passenger* were in one car of the l*ehigh X alley train. Emma Hail, single, aged 25. of Ithaca, N X w i> instantly killed Joseph Hank ler of XX Ukes Barre, sustained a concua *ion of the brain and cut*, he was seriously hurt aud wa* removed to St. Luke a ho* po a I at Bethlehem The other injured were Mary Barbar!, an italian of XX ilk** Barre, face aud hand* cut; ll Davu of JemiingHviite, Pa., hip bruised, artecTed by shock, ( barie* Heller of Pellston, wrist cut < ll. Puff of Spencer, X Y., huger broken. XX N Reynolds, chief of th# middle division of the pension bureau, Washington, arm and leg hurt slightly; John Schiery of Decatur. Ill , knee and hip hurt Three others were cut aud brui-cd The engineer aud fireman jumped. Fireman John Crilly had an arm hurt The liehigh X’alley train was from New X ot k anti was known as the Buffalo Express Took Other People's Money. NEW X'okx, May 8. An evening palter say* XX’iiliam ll. GIlion, the junior partner of the ocean steamship firm of William* A Onion, has tieeu discovered rn the act of stealing Nd.-mo worth of bonds over which he wa* co trustee with William ll Booth, president of tile Thin! National l»ank At least «m) assert* hi* co trustee Some years ago the Canadian Insurance company of | Toronto, desiring to do busine** iu this state, deposited a certain nuinlier of securities in a -afe dejxjsit company of thi- city, and appointed Booth anil Guion to nerve a- trustees No one Inside the two po* se*■*•*! keys or knew the combination to the lock of the box. Of late GIlion has l*eeu unsuccessful financially and haslieen greatly cramped. A short time ago Booth discover**! that thirty of theism*!.*, valued j at #1,UUU each, were missing from the safe deposit. Booth telegraphed to the (’ana diaii Insurance company, w ho s« ut an agent here to make an investigation. | Guion explained that he had liecouie sud denly ami -crnmslv embarrassed, and that it was absolutely necessary for him to have motley at once. I neu*> Lie* the King'* Hi nil. Nj w X t*i;K, May 8.—A letter from >hang bai -av- the young Emperor of China, Kvatig Hsu, is in constant dread of a.-sa* sin it ion Poison, lie fears, lurks in every cup an*l every hand, he imagines, isurmed w it Ii a dagger Every article of finalis tasted by a courtier liefore he touche* it. A month ago a cup of white rose tea. pro vid et I for the emjjeror. was tasted by a courtier, the son of a Manchu military offii-erjand a few hours afterward the l*oy ( died in dreadful agony and with all tile symptoms of p«»isoning. The em[*eror‘» terror wa* increased a hundred fold by this incident, and he fell sick, probably 1 from sheer fright. There are constant bickerings between the emperor aud the dowager empress. lite II ride Paralysed. Dktrdit, Mich , May * Mr* Zimnier-riiau, aged Is, who wa* married two week* ago died I ue-day. Du her wedding day, shortly after the ceremony, she wa* taken ill. her left side iiecaiue paralyzed, and she : lost the power of speech Physician* were called, to whom tile mot her said the girl had iiit herself on the head with her fist a week liefore lier wedding day. The ex-pinnal iou wa* not plausible, aud the physician- finally toned the woman to acknowledge that In some trouble with an -1 other Woman over bridal clothing, the latter -ti I* k her daughter The daughter i could not -tteak,Mud the motlier refuse* to name the assailant. The coroner will in- I Vctailgate. A BIG SHIRT COMPANY. II I* Eormed by a C'ouibinal ion of l ive filius in Troy. troy, N. Y.. May 8.—Negotiation- have been iu progress here for a little more than a week which have terminated in the formation of a company, the article* of incorporation of which were flied in the secretary of state’* office yesterday by one of the attorney* who prepared them Tile company i* incorporated under the law* of 184*. ami it consist* of five -birt. collar and cuff concern* in Troy of sufficient fttreugth to give character to the enterprise aud to insure it - -uocean The name selected is the “United Shirt and Collar com [lamand the capital stock is Axed at El.tam,UUU. The c**ri**r« lion i* to exist for Ii tty years, and the director* named for the first year a re .-"a-until B. Sanford, dailies K P. Pine, Frederick Belrminter, Jr., David C. Brigue* and Edward th House. The firms uniting in this corporation are James K. P Pine. lt»dr-meistel & Spicer, Sanford A' Robinson, Marshall A Briggs, aud S. A. House'* Sons. The United Shirt and Collar company will be the largest concern of the kind in the United State* if not in the world, employing the great est nullifier of hands aud manufacturing goods in excess of any other company thousands of dollars monthly. _______ Bank Office rn Arrested. PHILADELPHIA, May 8.—The president, cashier, assistant cashier and teller of the Bauk of America were arrested on complaint of depositors that they received do-poM'a. knowing the bauk to be insolvent. They furnished bail. The assignee of the bank make* a statement showing asset# nominally, #753.742:    liabilities,    tfi2GjM*. Depositor* may get SU per cent. shot b> a Tramp. Si Lot I-, May 8.—Tramps are causing a reign of terror on the Iron Mountain railroad. Sunday uight Conductor J. J. Nelson attempted to eject three train(*e from in- I rain and was shot in the hand Janie* Colling i* limier arrest charged with having d. ne the shooting Conductor Boh iii ie, . o was sent out to uke i barge of Nd ii'* I rain. I mind a tramp on Lip of a box car, and when h-1 crdend Hie f How off, th? t am| shot loin in the breast near the heart. B louie will die. The tramp, Charles P. mu sod, has been captured. Su lite alt il by Ga*. Cm* O.O, May A farmer and hi* w ife, Mr. and Mr* Alonzo Edwards of I^ake county. Ill- . were found iu their room at the I>e Grand hotel suffocated bv ga*. The man die*! shortly afterward and the woman cannot recover. lu tue farmer's pocket wa* a warrant committing hi-w-ife to the North *rn Illinois Insane asylum. It is sup[' -el he w,.- on his way to that institution with lier Hie position of the bollies show that the wife had turned on the go*. _ ____________ i oc. Much viollirr-iu-Law. New ll tv en. Conn , May 8.—Mr*. Yan Phou Le* , tue New Haven girl, who in 1887 maxi led Yan I boa I^ee. shortly after hi- grad ii st ion from Yale, has filed a (ieti-tion for a divorce, alleging adultery . Y an Phou i*-e is the son of a Chinese nobleman Mr- I/ee was formerly Klizal>cth Maud Jerome, (laughter of Mrs. E. Gilbert Jerome, and au heiress. Yan Phou denies the charge made against him, and says it i- a case of “too much mother inlaw.”    __ C urio i- ( ase of Matrimony. Park KUSHI KG, XV. Va., May 8. —Delia Lyon, a well kuowti school teacher of Jack son county, eloped with and was married at Pomeroy, O., to Tommy Murray, one of her pubils. Tommy I* 16 years old, while his bride confesses to thirty summer-. Murray i* the son of a well known preacher. Mr*. Murray says it is a truelove match. She will teach achoo] and support lier husband. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. THE TEMPERANCE FIGHT GROWING MORE FORMIDABLE DAILY. The Party KvperU to Lire* ( amlldaCoa to tho Hhum- of Columna#—Tlieu**u»di of T*mi* of Whoa! ffloreSl a1 I'orta aa the Sea of A»ov—An lateroatinaal Telegraph ( ong ret* Fri)|K**nl. bK» \ May 8,—Th# tight which the Radicals aud the temperance party are making against the government’s bill re organizing t he system of licensing public houses, tiieir opposition being directed particularly against the pro|*o*al to rom (teusate publicans for the loss of their license* by reaatoB of the curtail ineut of the number to be issued, is be coming more formidable daily The gov eminent is literally flooded with proteas against tile measure aud every member of of the house of commons, without regard to hi- (Mvlitn-s, ha* received one or more pet it iou* from hi* constituents, or soma other source, beseeching hun to vote dows the offensive clause The basis of the opposition of the total nli-taiDer-is the provision committing the public authorities to the pun ha-es of the lken*e* revoked, which plan. they claim, open* the way to collusion lieiw’»*«u the retiring publican* aud the anthorine- to the end of tie!rami ing the treasury This question, they maintain, in of suflieieut importance to justify it* submission to a popular vote, when they hope to elect a uuintier of purely temperance candidate* to parliament on the i**ues raised Mr XX. (i XX'agata lf. British consul st Taganrog, on the north shore of the Sea of Azov, report* that there are nearly half a million tons of w heat stored ut the various Azov (Hirt* awaiting (letter plites in England. At the present prices, the owner* assert, the shipment of the gram to British ports would involve heavy loss, despite the fact that vessel* are easily obtainable at rate* very little ahovo tim actual cost of carrying, owing to the stag nation of the shipping trade. Gradually the effects of the great labor agitation now pre' aleut are becoming manifest in volun tary or enforced concession* to their em ployes on the part cf the master* Al ready the master tailor* are weakening, ami a large umulier of tho striking journeymen are retmming to work on the terms for which they struck, the result tieing that the strike, which promised to become grn crab i* al*)iit over The firm of ll. W. ('aslon Sc Co., proprietor* of one of the largest type foundc ie* in England, has granted an eight hour day to it* employes at the -ame pay they formerly received for ten hour- lal**r. The German government ha* decided to request the other (lowers to participate in an international telegraph congress to be held in Baris to discuss the feasibility of reducing the telegraphic tolls throughout Central Europe to the uniform rate of IO pfennigs <2^ cent-* # word. It is reported iu Berlin that the United State- government contemplate* the es tahlishineut of a consulate at ( a-sel. Why Hi B k» 8 u ape ii «le«l. Berlin. May h.—The Taghlatt says that the recall of Herr von Kusserow, Prussian minister at Hamburg, is due to hi* having been the medium of communication between Prince Bismarck and the Ham burger Nachrichten    The Hamburger correspondent say* that imperial couriers have I teen engaged for the past few days in carrying letter* between the emperor and Prince Bismarck. Kl na landers Have Grievances. St Peters bl Ro, May 8—Pour Finnish delegate* have arrived here for the purpose of stating the grievances of their country to the czar. The (’/.nr putatively refuse*! to see them, blit the empress re eel veil them graciously and promised that I heir complaints should receive consideration MhJ. Wlaaatan’a Opera!Iona. Zanzibar, May s Maj XVi-sinan is organizing a ©lice for the defense of Kit wa. which place it ia expected the rebels will attempt to occupy. A rejiort is cur rent here that a battle is in progress at XX itu A Dinner lu 'Imi-ter 1‘ltrlpw. BEHLIN, May * Minister Phelps gave a dinner last night in honor of Minister to Russia Charles Emory Smith. To Tour (lie I lilted Slates. BEHLIN, May M — The Association of (»er-nian Ironmaster* will -end bt*delegate* to make a tour of the United State*. ll a in burg Builders Strike. Berlin, May 8.—The mason* and carpenter* of Hamburg have struck. Extensive Bakery Hold. Boston, Mav 8. —The F A. Kennedy company, extensive cracker baker* of Cambridge ami Chicago, have -old out their busine-*. It is presumed the sale ba* iieeti made to a syndicate aud includes other bakeries, but rn it bing aside from tbs fact that the Ann ha* sold out would bs communicated by a member of the company, who was interviewed. It i* -aid tbs firm received #1,500,000 for the business. Wore Strike* at Chicago. Chicago. May 8.—The entire force of men. 625 in number, employed at the Andrews Architectural Iron works, at Twenty-second and Fisk street*, have struck for a IO per cent, increase of wage* About 500 tanner* employed by W N Eisendratk, I at lid rat ie 6c Sons, and Mesher* Bro*, struck for nine hours and ten hours’ pay. Employes in other tanneries are dissatisfied and more trouble is expected. Bed Rl'er Rifting Rapidly. New Oki EAN*. May 8.—The Time* Democrat’* sjiecial -ays:    Fled    river ha* over flowed everything and is backing up into the lake*. The river here is rising from Lack water at the rate of an inch an hour Many cattle anil other animal* have I*sn drowned. The largest bridge in the county wa* swept away yesterday. Twenty Head of Cattie Burned. Watertown, N. Y., May 8.—The large barn Iwdonging to James Knapp in the town of Brownville, this county, wa* entirely consumed by fire with twenty head of cattle anti some farming implements making a lo** of alout #2.U00. It i* supposed that tramps set fire to the building    , An KIU berrier ConfeniteM. B ALTI MOHR, Md., May 8.—John Em mal, Jr.. the paying teller in the money order division in the postoffice, has confessed to the embezzlement of #4UU and is now in custody. He will lie given a hearing. Funnel is married aud ha* one child. Fire at Serantun. Scranton, Pa.. May 3.—The Bloom car riage works and eighteen dwellings, the boiler house of Finch 6c Co. and the screen work* of Brook 6c Ro** were burned last night. Lo**. #i6n.ouu Hon. C. F. Clarkson Dead. Des Moines, Ll, May a—Hon. C. F. Clarkson, father of Aarifnt Postmaster* General Clarkson, <fi#d yanksrdaj- a# Von hi V testa KOA nm "I Theodor* Thomas Married. Chicago, May.—Theodore Thomas waa married last night to Miss Hone Fay. Th* ceremony wa-witnessed by a distinguished gal bering I* EK.IE STOIU Special Hosiery Sale This Week. Lntlie* , (icnth'iuHn'* and ( liildrcii's Htisiory, far hcloxv the usual price. Ladies’ Black Hose, 7e. Ladles’ Balbriggan Hose. 8c. Ladies’ Fancy Slriped Hope. 8 and »c. Ladies’ Heavy Mixed Beamless Hose. toe Ladies’ Plain Black Hose Beamless, 15c. Ladies* Strong Ribbed Ho s double heels and toes, 85c. Ladies Absolutely Fast Black Plain Hose, 24 and 30t\ very desirable. Ladies Plain Balbriggan Liosa, 14c. Ladies Bupertine Balbriggan Hose. 23c. Ladies* Fancy Striped Hose, latest fashion regular extra long. 85c. Ladies* Striped F'ancy Hoae, 22c Ladies* F'ancy Striped Cotton U «, 27c. ladies’ F'ine Striped Cotton Hose, 17c. Lailies Sublime Quality,Fancy Cotton Hose, 48c. Mens Plain Light Weight Utile Hon#, 86c. Mena’ Fine British Hose, double heels and toes. Hic. Mens FIxtra Good Quality British Hose, I fie. Mens F'ancy Striped Hose. 5c. Men/Solid Color Hose. 18c. Mens* Super Stout British Hose, 22c. Men* Heavy Mixed Seamless Hose, 7c. ,8c., 0c., 10c., Ile. Childrens'Solid Black Fine Ribbed Cotton Hose, all size* superior quality, 12jc a pair. Misses Black ilo*e Msco feet. 13c. to 1MC\ excellent wear. Bo)* Heavy Black Hope, tic. Boy* Super Stout Double Heel and toe all nizea, 12jc. Boy* Double Knee Absolutely Fast Black Hoae extra strong only 24c. Stainlew. Boys Grey Mixed Hose, double heel and toes only 12jc. Special big line Ladies* F'ancy Hose. only 15* Choice of 25 Styles Childrens F'ancy Color Hose, worth from 15 to 40c ouly 10c. to close out entire lot ERIE STORE SPECIAL. ANNOUNCEMENT jjTUUUAKT A CO., Pstent Attorney*, Pl*’ 7th ^8t, Washington, I) C .opp U 8. Patent Dittos. Patents, caveats and Ii* Issue* secure*! Trade Marks registered All Patent business (inducted for lacerate Lees. Information. Advice ami *|jecial reference* sent on retjuest 07*11# i    ll IHI A MONTH can br made .(J Iff! IM **wtM»»™ working for na Person* preferred who can furnish a home and give ihrir whole line to the butine**. Spare moments may bepioht-ihly employed also. A tew vac* ne ie* in town* md lines B.K. JOHNSON & CO., tony Main St., Rh bannut, Va. I'OE 8AUK.—Two building lot*, ftuxfiff, on 1 I .(‘Opa rd street near Fourth -treet. Inquire at TH E.. Fourth ctriiM. REMOVAL. Dr. tie**. K. mackhani hM^ removed ti»-£»• fBi * and residence to No. SSW Dote street. {• t&': ■ Ofkick Hot k* -IO a in. till u*«»n; I p. in till 4 p. rn.    so    Mi»    (MJN Sunday foreniNUi and wee Ada v e'cningsltiy appoinlhieuL WANTED For our Heltsble Nursery Stock, on Salary or Loin-miseton. H r ti f*»r term*. Jiee*! no experience Off I f ©41 T kl -.A Mi Cill KF. Ii ACo,^ A LLwIvI L Pl Nurserymen, Rochester, N. 5 Buffalo, N. Y. Wt* Lave frequent requests by mail for samples of new embroideries. Such request* we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or flounciugs, also what width J'and some idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to none in the country and superior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer is are edgings from f of ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchant* Bank Building ~tnqm!e «f lf    .land*    Winner    or Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Hum just received ti full line of spin spins w tote, yd. ft waring: Equal to any in the city, and trices that xviii pay you to see him befoie purchasing. siinjdy unparalled. ^iuF an inch to 18 inches xvide in | cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Sxviss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable Kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, 10c, 12J(i, 15cand 25c per yard. Adam. Mki.gkum a;anuicrsok f New goods for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By “complete11 we mean they have all the new styles iii this season’s new goods—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities iu the country can bring together. The, Winter stocks are offering great bargains. There never was a time wheu you could trade here more advantageously. OUK SPRING ANI) HUMMER LINE OF Oxford Ties and Slippers XX h HAV h Til EM IN PA I ENT LEATHER nnd BRIGUT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALBO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street, Ad am, Meldrum St Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, H<H>k«|a.ii<f Stationary, AMERICAN BLOCH, MAIN HT It EET, _Bt    IKA LO. N. Y. C. C. Penfold Manufacturer sud Importer, :W4 MAIM,HT., BUFFALO, N. ti. DEA!.KR IM Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clock*, Milvrrwarr, Leather Goo*!*, etc. KND HA VI XU, VOLD <f SIL IKR PLA TINO. A CO MFI. RTK. LINE OF HO LIDA Y GOODS :*«4 MAIN ST It KET# <>ppn*il# Iroquois Hotel. $500 REWARDJ WK will i*av the above reward for any '*•*• t Liver (Joinplaint. Dyspepsia, Sick ll«a<lacn«, indigestion, < onstipation or Cairene** w* annot cure with Wert’* Vegetable Liver Pill*. it ben the direction* are strictly complied nun. rh*' are purely Vegetable, and never fail £ rive--Htisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large box®*, outlining SJO Fill*. i5 cent*, lieware of coon-•rft iUi. and imitation*. TJ*® £*“1“?,®. “h^iJi facure<i only bv JOHN C. WK8t ti Uh SoM ,y MnN’Kot't FhaRMZCT. D . kirk. N. J. t,i!: _ NEYS BREAK? ffPSORT; THE RICHT ONES . . .    _    TOP AND ARE Mi# hIi by GEO. A. MACBETH A, CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;