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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. WEDNESDAY. MAY 14 1890. — NO. 77 hehkeeestative A UKANI) KH'Kl’TI OX. COULON T rtEACH A DECISION FROM WANHlXiTOX. Mn*; i I ’ N I A iii; INI'S. 6 USINESS HOUSES; AN ENORMOUS * UMNOUT TO WELCOME Mf stanley OF DUNKIRK. . NEW RtUMi *%< «!■* IOT reline \ »ii kilk'ii *rf i4aok» I* ** ‘mu^t L **■ * rn    *rf l»wB*.rk{Pnk»t.ft« Comply I * LEXANDVKWCate mmd    k*“p\:£ A « MtrmJ A*——, APfkmm All fr*!«. of U^nl "A** W .41 Lumbar, -ibm***    SI 4-41# CurrespunJ#*** Mf    »t    ***# iou aul toited. lf k. uirroiti*. sr. **aw ll. Aroabc I’lMtufnpiw    l(w> ' xo^r.^b* ..I Ute*** * •twrf a-* wa.l tor xuaoh *«    «**w#t . ,t»>K HLKUMf-JAlU iii* ®* M-l I » pi .re.-*. w I* L ^0^.1    Va :**> *umt, Ousters. N T in. Carap*.#**, eh , Sott*<t I■ Mi rtyi* ■ JTl KL HE KUI CUICAMt H’H'A II    jftUAlni    *»«•«•. WI,-,.a-*.* *»d retell de*!## tm 1«, portal *»*J H/tQNStir LAI®*, Glassware, A* •    _ I Hunt VI-A MOT CL, I .    L»U*.    ti    pc    lay.    . i .mr* mini    J.X    MBbM    S    <»•■•«*«• L.IW serf    *    '**    f    fetor    Ruler, SSS a a.I 437 I., a® llrwi , IIT* BAKBKK SHOP Chu Ni|i«, l*w|, I ti tier I-ak# ■'aura N*Uwi»i Bae*. c»jCB* ■ «ftirr ii I TterW »tr?wta. A • •* •*»*• k ut I    u4 Uwaubc >|W*- I (ON KLIN A NON, V /    Sir    •ITM*. Fr«ebc«i i»nMLitr*. PirUru**! aiwan**® p%m« to tauerlenuf ten#*. Ntneiag «l rua. «« . lf    b<fta*    a    •    peat    SU? ii t Mi I HK EVKNUItt OHElViK i irpil UMM IJ ti* We Co®**? A® ii>r‘iMl‘T-< ilirrUiNir aa>Lu«s Ii t > A IKM EMbI>K*Ki>0 COMPLIl. Forwerii sab«w A Popm**. UTT* af taf.au ■Mswx Pulls?*. J in Jl&« Huftn, fie.    Furfiap. Mac® rfa*i~ug», mud HirL ic Wock U> orrfs#. I flNkl KM "ill I KT LO, », IB Ut K II (.euler •tree I, )U«i»lMUrwk of We Tr,m*r,i- wk! -Uu*»L*rk” per to.-1 - AID®* Ort-*. >L.rta. («* *s*« I* Ail UA.i.B® farsiatesf. •..oil af A®*! Ar} f**u»l* bvueee i» Dunkirk. r. toomcv, U4 sad tm Ljo* .lr*#*, iwcrit E.oar,»(»#U. Ait. Balau Htf.Pw D. IMM el*- Til* Bl|fct( DfHMitralin V et — Tk* •treats im Iks Visisft; •( Gat’d Hall Crsstskl f«*» Mktrsi H«t*n—Tbs F random sd the City <>liss tbs tiplnrsr. TH* Ktini*- Hr ad I »ugh Ib-bslt IMT. Ia)Mx*s, .May 14 Th* reception ^lua to Mr Henry M .'■A-nU-v bf eh# (*irp«*re-tkKJ of tie* cte pf la. id(t*i. in the Guild hill yewfsrr»iar. wax the    of    All    tho donijnetr*?:<•<*<• that hare he* n made to honor of fbe great explorer si tx* hr* ar rival here Ixmg bef< re tho time appointed for tho reception the street* in tho bidi* tty af the Calid hall were so mwdol with people that traffic wa* entirely sue pended a elate of affair* that existed for *ereral hoars The speeches which ware delivered by several member* of the mu a lei pal government, welcoming Stanley to Iioodon and ccmfernng upon bim the freedom of the city, were of the m*»i eulogistic character A lance nam ber of la* ii es were it* attendance and paid especial attention to the gue-t of the uccteuon The freedom of the city a a* presented in the usual dim i aoli re cachet mad the explorer waa ai- the recipient of a nam ber of pieta re* and maps of Africa an*) I»Dd**c together rn I the arui* of Great Britain and the rluted Mate* The announcement is made that the Arm of H W Robe ria A Son* of Brad ford, ow ner* of one of the laricnst cotton spinning mills la England have become *o great Iy em turrets*d a* to necensitala their alignment for the Ie ne fit of their creditor* The liabilities of tne firm ars 45m ' nun. The great debate on the eight-boar ques tiou between Mr Charles Brad la ugh and Mr John Burna, the labor agitator which wa* announced to take place a* soon as a suitable hall coaid be secure*] has been indefinitely post potted oaring to the with drawn! of Mr. Burns Inasinui L a* Mr Burn* wa* the challenging party mach surprise ha* lieen cause*! by hi* aition, for which no adequate reaeon is given. The < re nu an government ban granted a subsidy of 1.0NI.UU0 marks annually to a new steamship company shul purp<wr« j running a line of steamers between Germany am) Soot bead African port* In the i rerman IWK betag yesterday Baron Marshall von Biebei'*tem. minister of for eign affairs, declare*) that Maj Wiwmann ba) a splendid forte under his command, | and that there wa* no fear of rebellion or defeat Plane br the Homa. New Yoe* May U.—A meeting was held yesterday in Mammie temple for the purfsjse of considering plan* submitted for the construction of a Ma** a Ic school and ast lam which It is proposed to build in Utica, V Y Grand Master John W. V rodman preaided There wens present th^Vf <-• lie eie*t ire grand officers. XA ! 11 lam She re r depot v grand master: James Tea Etch, senior grand warden John H<*!ge». juti»or grand warden. Justice John J Gorman, grand treasurer and Bd war*) M I* Kplers. grand secretary ; John R Sr blick. Brlwmrd F Harper and Bd ward W Rirhardsoa. trustee* of the asylum sad hall committee Alexander T Goodwin, mayor of Utica. Harare L. Grweoe and Arthur McArthur comprising the advisory committee: Cal. John Y. Cuyler, consulting engineer of the board, and Frederick A Bu rn bani counsel Plan* arr*- submitted by six competing aiv hi tref* representing the cities of Bnf fain, Br»jc*klyn. Rochester, Albany and New York The plan* were opened and the afternoon spent in dis* cussing them Opinion wa* divialed, and no selection was rn a* ie A n-*1 her meet in z will br held naxt T tie-lay at I o tl.sk w ..en it ie hoped s*»me place will he selected MR. BUTTERWORTH CRITICISES THE MEASURE OF HIS PARTY. WILLIAM GOULD TAKEN INTO ANO WHITNEY CUSTODY. CHECKING RUNAWAY MARRIAGES. « nil A. I AT. , • KIK HOTEL tn t ,na.u* Sswu». L asia K im>uuA La** mvomm hi ail iraiu* s»a bue-ixmmm uuusea Best aeoowiSsudaCewta lur Cam- aar< tai Travelers.    _    _    .._ Juba J. Mar)*?. Prop. stanley CHIDES THE ENGLISH Me E v HLKKS A CAJ, r. sod M A f * rd skreak f\ ae turn lune, I alw aet bar* aa*! I p in stginog Pictara I rales otad* lo order. . .V U. rn ITTKHOM A CO, P AH Central Ava , <auer» uf i uLon sad weaM**«»e* oslkUeia a KCLI vrCAX MKalTNO OIL ll Am : lecturers ut ^kaaw itwuisg Apparstie la utarv Piaaiuag a specialty. Ii UMH df.AU LAI AUK*. Oar vueoaiues:    Pisa    a®.ria. lac; lunars c' * afft,Br, sad Lace curtain* frse Lmmiv rf A W. CvaMtfk Mi Center street. ^ | tv. OKUM. A Tuird st, cor of Bu4*io l» .ut . turer and law ■ F an Bum A '**oes , » s'> KT VEILER S UKW STORE, ll* I ll I turd st- BuoA*. Staa.saerv, Musical la-ta,Magax■ -s*. L>aiIy aud Meekly Paper* *i«l trtr Ui.» a periaiaiug w a Erst cia** i*»*s .re *• Tiuok* a *p«e.a.i' oh PKINT IX* of every ieecrt pbua sad ai laweat I lei of rates by imuk.rk Pr.aUag Cutapaar, 9 and Kl k. swxokI >L •ays The? Are Being Owtgenermied by tike German* ta Africa. LgSUoR. May U —The rv*ception of Mr Henry M Stanley by the lord mayor and t he corporation (rf Loudon in the idiild hall yevterdgf wa- attended by iduu en thusiaMtic guest* The h.rd mayor pre srute*l Mr Stanley with a gold * ashet cos-taiuing an ad.ire?— from the London corporation to which Mr. .stanley respcrwled. thanking his entertainer* for the honor conferred upon bim The ('oago country might have bviouged to F.ngland, be -aid if Bxkgiiwhnjen had listened to the lecture* he del I * reed befw«rn IfO* and INN The LOfl.-rjjUeD.e ut that Belgium la reapiug !«u per (rut. of the benefits Eng lan«i might have had Bast Africa, but her >>umaln»t* see everything through an opaque glass and Germany to-lay ha* the lion s share and cant** fail to win the Congo country in t he long run. The Gee man* he san) have a monarch who is wide awake Maj Mi sam ann never heard of such things as the (gtiakensm peace societies. ant i-enterpn*e companiew and nomby pant by journalism which are clogs to every heartv end***', or in Fxigland He expressed hope that the government would remember the service* of his cum parties and not chill their young souls with the crglect which first warped poor Gordon after bis heroic achievement* is China. H fL*i HI KEN A SUN. rim Lib, Aci leat sad c*«seral la*uraaaa L»«a: IB grs Estate sad Lea*. Par dealer ;• i' paid m f»* ‘rf pmpertf colkwt-Ac. fib beater sc. Iud ig re mu fib Center •our. A UMM)E S PBAEEKI, «K> Castral AvesiM •mvL)uarwar* for Wall Papw Pwat .Ona. Ac )EKklM. J. Wm    _ SM ceater street, Msnuta- isrvr sad daaier .a Her aria, va<l^laa» i u..w. colors, Truaks.K Apa, B iffaiu K.aess, • >^e C-.v#rs tilov** M Mea* and *>wtgb Aaosa I rn MtiLTca.    _ 17 Mast TIU rd streel, **nioaahie Tailor, vee a tie tarn will lad it K . e*r ».i vantage Si aah on we before purr ba*, a* IKE A CCL. lie I end mg (be Cwkemiai Pel ley. Berms. May 14—The debate on th# colonial estimates wa* resumed ta tbs reichvtag yesterday    Ma J.    Lie heft, com mhtstooer for Last Africa, defeuded the colonial policy of the government. The possession* now held by the I rerm aas in Ea*t Africa and their explorations in that part of the country promised extraordin ary success He spoke highly af Maj W issei Ann* service* in forming a model force and establishing station* in the ar quired territory He regarded the appointment of Emin Pasha tea misai m in th# German seme* as of great importance M.-el.jus. he said. were highly important rn colonial development Military rule on the east coast of Africa was securely established. and German capital and enterpriae which, he declared, would yield a hand some profit, would be protected Herr von Benaigseu also spoke warmly in defense (rf the colonial policy New Jersey Legislator* Peases a New Marriage l.ireaae Law. Trenton, N J May 14.—The marriage license- hilt ha* pa.—-d the nenate Awm biymau Woolman, who is the author of the bill. says. 'N on i plat ut* have been so DU air roue against the present I.«se system of sol ruimxmg marriage* in Camden, both by my own constituent* and by ludiguant i guardian* from .4her state*, that I felt it my duty to make oar louse aint Ute* in regard to marriage to conform to the Laws id vogue elsewhere Heretofore no license wa* required, and the amount of perjury committed by the cm a J* Late* for main rimony in 4 amden wa* simply astounding Among other things the UU provides That from and after the 4th day ut July, {HSU. no person in New Jersey shall be united in marriage until a thenar shall have been obtained from the clerk of the orphan's court ta the county were the mar nag* shall Ie performed. If any preacher or magi-?! rate marry any couple, black or white, without a license firs! Lad and obtained from the county clerk, such officer forfeit* ti UU. to lie recovered bv action of deU__^ liUputr Over aa 4 spotlit meat. WMgnw.ftMS, May 14 —The senate in secret *es-?i«>n yesterday debated for more than an hour the nomination of W B Sorsby of Mississippi to Ie consul general to Ernad' r >»,r*by wa* strongly attacked fr<,>m ihe Dem<icrat:c side, rs-nator* Walthall and I»eorge leading the assault. The principal charge brought against him wa* that he a*? a political renegade and that this office Lad been given him a* the price of some valuable document* affect mg tile election contest of Representative Catching*, which he had put in the hands of the Republican* Mr Frye, chairman of the committee en commerce, from which the nom:oar ion had been reported. made a defense of Mr .Son.by At the cl<we of the deltate a vote wa* taken which would have confirmed the nomination had not the mil call di-duned the fact that do quorum wa* pre>ent The senate then ad jounced    _____ The Iketrwlt *trik* -till Os. Dftrhit, May !4 —The carpenters’strike in this city continue* in full force There are sri ll 2. SUH meo out. and building opera tiou* are confined to the work made pow*) hie by the presence of a few non union carpenter* and by the concession* of the smaller contractor* A dmpusition ba* I wen mamfe*te*l by the member* of the Sulkier*' Exrhaiikfe to come to term* with the men They pmfes* to be willing to coo ce. ie the eight-hoar day. aiel the acale demanded by the men. provided they can rid themselves of object tunable steward* place.I on all jolvi by the carpenter*’ union and who dictate what men shall be em ployed An agreenw^itt on tins Isuus is considered unlikely. WB Lion anil    _ MBJ Hart war*. Wk. ie L^L^MivJNiaierN UIU .lea, oil cloth*, Oran ie Mare. A vpacia. r at slier wii. w uuaois Pa.at aa*l Moaraa raag*. ? I LIX*, muck arn Maak-book*. Ndgerv. aaO I k al kiudvot biaaka Jo ae at Haak.rk Pr.auog CsMspaay, e aa I Ut K. Kooal ak_ a I lioU'H MOLDEN MAI EK, it    Loc Thud aa-1 But sic mg, iMater ia vrraaiie. Marine F aff,mg sad tm. .Hag Skews. Cai! US BM- I* &JPB !»U?.a# UL aa-! • Un Front atreev. imkj, * .aaa, Bread;** Liq aor Store for t anally La*. CRT M’lLtl,    __ Li«*a *uv*L Bust IM depek iog. Baw. F eed and L. vary by u»e uav or wark an reaaoaaOi* A DiuimBiMt Re-ua*ndv4. WmUDVIW, May 14. - The senate pen aion committee ha* presented to the senate a report recommending a disagree meat to the bouse amendment* mu bet:- J luting a service pension bill for the de j pendent pension bill. The report say a that the senate bill provide* that the beneficiary must be dependent upon his j daily labor or upon the con rn bu ti on* of others not legally bound for his support, while the bons* amendment makes pen atonable all persona who can bring them *eh** within its req aire menu irrespective of their pecuniary mean* The senate MU also fixe* the rate of penalou* at 112 and the house bill at I* a month The report criticise* the bouse Nil severely J lilFFUEl*. Mi Oaua* Av*. (Lf re . ..eneral , *s*r*aoe and Aaa. Asiaw Eire. Life, Acridest, aa*! Lire stock k* pn*»pi aiueno* givv* u baying Aug R***i ksute juxta    __ 3 k Tkird ak, oar Deer , sue lust Market. Bree*, hall and I Mea sa, (arg. sausages. Dyatara and a TLH ga. JIW1LR1. Af! •nay tae Aurora kaAir«iad Wafek. gepainag a specialty, i rank V. ST    ” MsrcAaat TaUur. IM tantra! Amia I’kOl tJWlUN IU T. ItoLPU, M D., my weal* aa>i **rg*u« ajAck *»«r I.} a’s Dreg **•»«*. Baaetewaa,Os*'trai %¥*•••* Nu. a. Lad* wu bs left at Lvua's. A. A. C. IkasiylvMkli* Meeting. New YOHE. May 14 —The board of man ager* of the A. A U decided to hold the western t. tam pion ship meeting at Detroit m June. The ail-round championship meeting will be held on the Staten Island grounds June IO and the eastern championship meeting on the same grounds June JE The annual championship meeting will be in Washington Sept SU The CTnjamout A C. at Brooklyn wa* ex pel led- ____ Corbett I saki* iv 4crept. San Fra>i (BLU. May IL — Profeaeor J arnee Corbett said in reply to Frank Sis vin‘a challenge to him to h*»x before ahe Pelican dub u» London that be could not meet Sin rim for nae .rear u»Tg to his cub tract with the Olympic club which ha* that length of time to run JI* terre—* ta C*a* Prtre# Tel. New You. May 14 —Th# agen ta of the six coal com pan*— met yesterday, bat adjourned without taking action on th# pro paned increase ut prtcea It wa* reported that proofs of cutting by aaa of The agenta pew vee ted an advance being ordered I TR* Letter? Kwvine** Is PmltvMr. New Orleans. May 14.— John A Morris f**r the louisiana Stale I a-* tm re compar! v has off*-re-1 th* state legislature, now in session at Baton Rouge, fl 0Hi tnO per annum for the exteu*ion of the< halter of the company for twenty-five yearn, or ii' iIEmm* for the entire term. The question monopolize* political attention and will occupy the attention of the legi*la tare anni disposed »*f The fight promise* to be bitter and with the chance* at present in favor of the lottery company All the city newspaper* urge the acceptance of the bel bul a new journal. The Delta, which ha? made it* ap pearance and support* the governor in hi* opposition to the lottery _______ stone Cutters Ditto alt irs ‘settled. Qnv x. Ma** . May 14.—The atone cut- j ter* committee an i the manufacturers have agreed on 27 cent* aa 'he pric# to be paid per hour. The blacksmiths are to j receive Ft TX per dav for a gang of men to consist of twelve and to be paid 35 cents j per hour for everv man over that number. nine hour* to constitute a day’s work. It bi underetond that the cutter* and black . smith* are ready to go to work now at , any time The quarrymen have nut yet arrived at rn settlement, but are expected to rome to ax. agreement - ion. Going Bink to Murk. CHIC ACO, May IE —About loo of the I. Tito employes of the Malleable Iron Work*, who went out on strike t«-u days ago. re turned to work yesterday at the ten-bour t rate and t he old scale of wages President Bailey of the works *ay« that he will take J all of the old men la- k a* soon as they are willing to resume work. and before fought he expect* that the full force will be at their poets once more. This is the only Labor *rnke of importance in the city remaining unsettled He Think* Pro!er-tion »ho«Ut Ix Iii\ i*lrd Wore B *4 mil?, *u That the Farmer H uuId Mate rn Metter t heave— % Number of Spesn he* la O|»t»i>siI tun in Mr. ! June*' Silver BUL M’ajWUsotiiN. May IL—The bouse met f at ll o'clock yesterday and toon went into committer of the whole on the tariff hill. Mr Butterworth took th# floor anti he war given inhumed time He criticized the tariff bl! < »o the ground that it showed favoritism IT* said that the o*mmittee had dune the best it coaid in framing the bill, but it was uot always safe to rely altogether upon the testimony of the brne-ficiarten under a law. (Applause ou the Democratic si ie ] Of course he respected the wisdom of th# commit tee. but w hy was I'aul fav-*red mid Pet.*r t irtmi down* Why in-rear# th# pront» of (-errain classes* He maid name capitMitsL* abow pl*.ti is had exceeded thud# -rf the agru -lit urist- tv atty stat# of th# Un iou {Applause on the Ik-mo-cratic via# j He was not, he said disturbed by the applause od the other side He was exceedingly grateful that they began to real ixe in any sense that our countrymen deserved protection, lf when we had protected equally aud lifted up all our industries and the time should then come w hen we could not hold our own—being the rn-jst intelligent, the freest an I the at.lest pe-*ple on earth—then we Lad better retire from I he field {DeuKX rat ie applause } Mr Bu«erw-»rth then proceeded to ex pound his view* touching reciprocity with I'anada He said that we w-re en-deavorttig to cultivate relations with TO, UUU.UUU people to the «->UThWard ami vet were afraid -if I anmia. A!*rahaiu Lincoln and Ulywani tyrant were not suspected of lack of patriotism, yet they favored re-1 procity There were some thing* in th# bill he did not like He h.td known of an indus-trv that had (teen able to mske wo-*sj dividend on a capital -if ti.fTs».*»■!.. Pro-te«*tio«* X4 bv, thecoun'rv <*hiM m su« h caae* better aff--rd to k~**p these men in the Fifth Avenue hotel, pay their board and expense* and set them up in the bank mg busine**. He favored pr-»per protec tioo. but these men h*-.dtbe w. .rid in their grip. Wh-n Le <s4id ti.xt he did tx ut favor that kind of pro* cti-wi he wa* Gild. “You art- no* sound •m the tariff " The time has come when amie little nm.-em should be «howrn to American home-* and American firesides Agreat body of employe* in this country wa* f- “eign. In -*>tn# gr«wt fee*‘-fie* in th# Ka# they w»-re known on the roster* by number* because of unfamiliarity with their name* He did n<4 believe it wa* wr-e or prudent to make a sweeping reduction in sugar to be supplanted by a bonrty In conciu-don be '.od that the gentlemen were very much mistakes if they thought that the great**? des-re of hi- heart was rn* to pa.** a bill refie*»ing in th# hi Th cst degree a protective system X'*hr.t he wanted to avoid w-re sn. b fe-trure* as he had pot ii tell out in this bill—there wa* •ach a thing ae paying ?. *» mach for an industry >uch w-s the case with tin plate The duty would Is* a riix on every f irnier* parch, on every can of goods ’Th.it tax would amount to ico.itiu.uuu before th# manufacturer* of tin plat# could declare a dividend He w.** anxious that hi* party should not take a false step He did mg expect to participate much in th# deliberations of the betise hereafter He wa* quite ae ready Pi go out a- his Democ ratic frirnd' were anxious to »er rid of him w hen they gerrymandered him out He wa* already out la-fore they took the adion Yarion* motion* to reduce duties on borax, ether*, coal tar preparation*, gelatine. glue. i*inglx** p.ippv*eed oil. and oil of oil*, e* were rejected Afttr coiisi-ienng IS of tie- IV .ages of the bill, the committee rose and th# adjourned. IN THE. SENATE. Washington, May 14.—In the senate yesterday a coof*ren<e wa* ordered on the house amendment to the dependent pension bill The *ilver debate warn resumed and Mr Jones of Nevada completed hi* speech In the delate which folio wed Mr Jones declared that free coinage of *ilver would not drive irold out of the c» untry. When a TI-cent dollar wa* mea tinned Mr Jones dec-fared th.vt lie did not know what that meant: Le had uever seeo a 7J-oent dollar Mr Jon#* of Ar'canw? made a -perch against the bill. a - rn the courw of hi* remarks intimated th at it w;is» a Republican caucus mea*’i re Mr Teller a**ured him that he was mi* taken. Mr Jones of Ark a nan# said he knew that Mr Teller would not support the bill, but every other Repo oilcan *roatorhad agreed either in conference or caucus, to vote for it senator* Ingalls, All sin and other* spoke up and *ahl that u a* not the fact. Mr Allison *ai I it wan Bol a eau- us mear-ure. but came from the finance committee. member*-rf both part lr* taking part in it* prepari-ri- >n. Mr Ham- ii*.. *ai«t it wa* not a canc a* measure The bill went over until M-day On morion of Mr. Hour the bu one amend men! to the ant: ?rti*- bill wa* motimit-tai to the jiuikurj com nu tie for nome improvement in it* wordiug After an executive *es-rfo& the senate ad Jo a rue-1    _ _ A SENSIBLE MESSAGE. Wirt**!* ta oypMltiM ta Grwattng tate Lottery Charter. Beroll Rot OL. Ijx May 14 —Govemor Nicbo!* »ent ta a mewaage to th# general aureal bl? ten cal ann tut Wag. four af which were devoted t# the lottery question. Th# ooncludiQg paragraph* are a» foil#wa: I have a It#--I J alluded to aa appeal ta he uiadr to the mein ere of the g* iwrai as- rembly to avoid re *j*>n.*ibilitj by permitting the people af Louixiaaa to vat# them-srlvr* for the a-1 a pf iou ar rejection of th# proposed amendment ?*uch an appeal ut ta giv# th# lottery company the opportunity to go t»*o th# next campaign fortified, a* it will claim to be by ’-he approval of thin general aa-«em lf ami by and through an I annona# eorruption fi nd. tux# all theimd element# in th* Us’* whit# and black, and by their united t ut* em.envoi to ri-le cough shod over tne re*-iec-table ani worthy people. L*?f no roan decal va bin,self and let oo man Iv T-?. *iv*si tty other* ta thi* matter. That i* pre- :**-iy w hat to** appeal luraua. The ut i .-aioli is I-io *eri>Hi» to mince matters. I ani att ires>mg men of Loo:*.aaa. who know aa wall a* I aa, chn value of my word* When I say to them that, should thin lottery get firmly planted in th I* state, it will buhl i bv po re nasal* Ie vote solidly in the ho I low mf it# bands forever, and through it aud by it th# liberties, th# property and the honor of the people of Louisiana are at it* feet It could make and unmake governors, judge* sens tora. representative*, commissioner* of election, ret urn mg officers, anre* sore, and all the off!-lain at it# will Merit would be <fi*reganl*d, end the twit for office would sot he ability, integrity, public spirit, or worth, but sulirervency to better?* of that coot pan?. Virtue would be the very #or*t bar ta official porn,on I, for one believe that this will never he permitted I fore*#*, the moot direful coo sequences if the lottery company persist* in it* ar beme to foi.*» itself upon th# people I fureas* that thu» state will lie shake* a* if by an earthquake from toe Ark ansa# tinea to the Gulf, by reason of what will be deemed a mens e, pre***nt and future, to the people * fi-*are*t ngbta and I consider it my solemn duty to warn this general rere-ably, for I fee! deeply that what I say hi true And for whom. and for what, is all this at rife to Ie occa.*ioned? Forth# personal interests of a handful of men. many af them connected with th# darkest days of the rec-.attraction period. And it hi for them and to them, that we are asked to sell out our birthright for a maut of pottage As the governor of this state, and the head of th# present ad ministration, and representing the citizen* of the con: moo wraith who believe that the only legitimate end of government Is the enjoyment of life, liiierty and prvqierty—all three. I will never consent no far a* I am concerned, that the destinies of this great state -hall be placed under the control and dominion of any corporation whatsoever, and especially thai it shall p.t" under the control #f a 1 *go before Cvmmimkmmr Perry wa* ever gambling law it utiou. and I shall exercise ! appointed, leaving only a balau*# of F175,-sil he tufturti*« of toy official position, at 17% toward the legitimate progress of the all rime* to airrt and avoid what I would I completion of the capitol The amount la only applicable toward* the construction I of the western staircase from the second SWALLOWED A Hum BY AN ALLIGATOR. SUICIDE BY FREEZING. *hwtl sml m U*t<h E-<un«l la Swart**', tew ma rh. Tim Smith, a cv*l«m-d Anat iaLirer work- Charged With lw«»firart tw K«b tha City National Hawk—Ouuld I. wa hi# tat ••car* Hall—His *4orw seised ta wwalsfy JwdgMwnts — €»wv*rwor Hill signs thw Capital Appropriation Bill. Albany, May IL —lade yesterday after noon United Stair* M.sr*i.a] Lur leu Tuff* arrested Williaui Gould Jr . th# senior member of the firm of Gould & Oh, law book publishers, upon a charge of fraudulent conspiracy to fob the AHmny City National -auk in oui)union with iKwirg* P Whitney, the defaulting Isjokkeeper The Gould finn is --ne of the oldest in th# city. ain) it i» only about three years ago that ihe *ec,<>r i---ald died, leaving a paving busine*# and about EJ MDU each to hi* four son* All of thew men are now charged with having assisted in the bauk defalcation. Gould was taken tiefore the United State* commi**!• aer aud wa* there Udd that hi# bail bond wuul-1 be ti md at fl.Yuuu ta two sureties aud that his bondsmen a ou Id have to qualify fur double the amount of the bon-) Up to lb JU o'clock I he hail u«A »r< tired bail and a deputy mar shai went home with him Whiney wa* aiao rearm*?#*) y eater lay at the instance of th# United Stat wa aa t hon tie* a pun a charge of having embe* lied front the Lank SXEUU in December, IHKT He w as represented by counsel and was told that he would be held upon the charge in the mm of $5.UUU. that nominal . amount being fixed because the I-ail in the * other courts I* sufficient Hi* trial wa* set down for Friday. May ‘A and he ta now at borne in custody of a marshal Th# other case trill bv heard on May JL Tile < roue is' store wa* seined by the sheriff to aid in satisfying the confession , of j■ - •411—arn* in favor of the bank. Th# at-* k will not bring the amount flu# M rh i label (-Ain't Attempt ta Shuffle Of This Mortal Coll. law UT v f j. .    -------- ! Aunt Mehitabel Coffin, not mom Edgewater    rr    %    a1    than a short generation ago, lived in a «wv day IO * rowiV-, ‘ t" “'‘“f1-'' c,,id oId    *>*•    on    lh* ««ld ■><J« I* ruwbo*l._ To do this 1_,.h . houseful of sutera ar>d nieces. Becoming a little unnet-| tl*sd in her mind. Aunt Mcbitabel re-soived tl-at she would battle no longer or hi.    Sh# an- nth an inclement DOU need h> the family one partk*ul4rly ■GS THE CAPITAL APPROPRIATION Gwv. Hill <Ugw« th* Measure hut Nay* It shuuld ApprupriwXw Mare. Alba NT, May 14.—liovernor Hill has signed the 4*- IJS capitol appropriation bill and filed the following mem-^randum with it. “This bill apprapriatea a total sum of 0(15.ISS for work up*>n the capitol, and create# a commtsak-u fonsisting of th# lieutenant governor ami the state engineer and surveyor, who la associated with the capitol commissioner, Perry, in the control of the work. There is no objection to the amount appropriated, except that it is insufficient. By the terms of the bill a large share of the money is required to he used lawmaking indispensable repair*, to furnishing parts of the building already completed, and in effecting necessary alters?h>us in portions -oast meted years Archer May Or ap*. Baltim*MRF May IL—Judge stewart delivered as opinion in the case of Stephen tun Archer ex stat* treasurer, is which it 1# beld that Archer cannot be tried for embezzlement The argument wa* on a demurrer to the indictment charging him with embezzling    from    the state The state will now hare to rely upon th# malfeasance case at Anna pull* Ready far Work. RoowwTM. N T . May 14 -The general convention of the Order of Railway Conductors beld it# first s##sHh>u is th# city hall yesterday No busine*# wa* done ex-oept the preliminary committee work and the prcaentattoo and reference (rf the officer*' reporta Th# con rmuon will get to work in earnest to-day. Aa Attempt to Rrlrow th* Anarvtitst*. CRK ago May IL — An application will be rn a-lr in a *hort tiniv to J urfge Gresham for a wr« (rf halo-/* - corput foe the release from the penitentiary of the convicted Anarchist* Fielden. .> hwab mxl Nrebe on the ground that the prisoners are detained without due proc#** of law lien. B. F Butler, who in regularly retained aa anno elate counori in the cane, mr* the Anarch It* are illegally held, aud advt***an appeal to the I’niteu .Ntat ground that they were not notified -rf The adverse dec is io« of the United State# supreme court on their first decision, and this. in Gem Butler s opinion, was an •rror. aud they are now heid without du# preteens -rf Law A Receiver Appointed. HARKi>Brn», Pa, May IL—Attorneys for th# American I-if# Insurance company of Philadelphia have filed with Judge bi mon ton an admission that the company is insolvent, and the court adpninted th# Real Fatal# Title Insurance and Trust company of Philadelphia a* receiver, with a boud of iv# ** coo'id r a . .estrous a* well as such a (Lagro- f a. event in *i -l ung I expect sad invoke the aid and ,i."i*tun< * of all tr-ssi and true son* of IgEUi't rn. bi th in at. out ut this general •h'liil ly, and ii'*il I f.»il |n my «ffcrrts tof-reser'# th- * rf oar n the welfare and th# }<ronperiti (rf rh* ?ub no part of the respond Lilly nor the shame snail rest upon me Fighting ( nnpaltori Education. * 'H IC AU©. May 14 — Th# first move in the Lutheran > hun h piirin to go int# politics for thr purp***# of attacking the compulsory «d ut Hi k u    sa*    nude Monday when ex t o rf i .u}mi**i"a#r .Serin# an nouaterf bin . , a candidate for stat# waxier At re -rrf n-t-v. -ng of th* Lutheran syn**i at J*.    -Id it was deter mined to put up « ti, late* for the legislature in err*ain distr. *s where the Lutheran chun. b i* I Le *i r» ».g«-*t. pledged to vc'# for repeal ar rn -rfit- at:-rn of th* law. Th# particular cia': # aimed at is th* one requiring ttiu all th# common branches be taught in th* English language, and th v is th# on* th# church desire* stricken out.__ Fatal Boiler Explosion. Shamokin Pa Ma? 14—By th# #x-plo*i'>u -rf th# It* der of a locomotive on th# Head. a. re. t'- »ti # engineer. Hegle-genz, aud fir , a. < uarie# Kuffmau. were in*»tsn*lv killed, and Cond artar George C ^ ea.-r a* probably fat ally m-junsj : i;e er ^ n# wj.i nearing St^*mokin, drawing a heavj trn.n. w en Kauffman noticed wa?«-r from *.# boiler leaking into the fire !*ix He a, >r*r i th#    rof the dang r. but the ho.I• r exploded before means (it>*lid !>• »ck»-u to prevent iL Yeager riding in the engine cab. la Mr. ( arti»l« * Interest. laid'Ville. Mvy 14—The Democratic caucus in the -et. i»orial race at Frankfert met Mood?T ■ ight but did > othmg except app* in' i 'mmittre- and deci-ied that no election 'ho' ! I • # ailowrd till a nomination ha* l-een seen red. There wa* an enthus;a.*iu n - iv.#*-?in* h-re in favor of Carlin)# Spec ..es were tiusde by exd?oo-gre'-msu Willis and c .era. A committee wa* app«>inled u> go to Frat. kl ort in Carli*]* s intel«•? Kail's Piped »t.*»u He la veg. ZanIISAE. May 14 —Th* Emu* Paahaexpedition to the int-rior of Africa ha* met with unforseen difficulties. The expedition left Bag*m >yo April 2h and ha* only reached a point distant five days march from the o«ast it ho* o#ea greatly delayed by the leal:, of a number af porters and the desertion of many others. J ak* is a Worker. Porns. Miss . May 14 - J ak# Kilraln wa* n town M nrfar He looks groan, and tbr Leavy woofer# s-iirt he wear* imiuate# thar he is tryiug to tra’o down He tipped the (-earn at 21* i-ounda. The saw mill upreai#    ‘>u    the    men say hr is not afraid of work and takes bold -rf any kind that comes to a and. Pie# Years for Ess bess!* rn rut, Bu* To A Jrfay 14 —C P Feseend#n who pleaded guilty to embezzling 9fl.4UU from O. H and W A. Buckley insurance agents wa* sentenced to five Staton prison. A Terrible f * pl'>«!«»u. R* ME. May 14 —A qrmntity af ballmte. th# new explosive. expIo*ied at th# factory for the man'.failure of arms and munitions St A rig Ii® os foe rteen mile* west of Turin Fourteen persons were instantly killed an i many others were injured, some fatally. ________________ Committee stride. SntArrsE. S Y . May 14 -George Prek. an oh) and respected citizen of t^-tp®-eomrrftted suicide by shooting with a revolver. in the right sd# af tha throat. Cause insanity. to the third Ibs-r and for work upon the corridor* adjoining that staircase on the first an-] aecuod floors “It will br s##n that the amount actually appropriated ut wholly inadequate towards accomplishing very much toward* the suf'tantial completi«jo of th# capitol The coustruction of a single staircase, and only on# story of it each year. is an unbus iDemlike performance, and it is character istle of th# method* which have been pur sue*) by th# U*gi«darure ever since ISM. The capitol should he completed at the earliest i-usMitrfe time The needs of the state, in th# interest of true economy and the natural pride of our citizen*, all unite iu demanding that th# capitol of our -tate should no longer remain in an unfinished condition No good busine** man would conduct his own private affair* a* the legislature ha* managed the w-»rk upon the capitol during many years. The selection again of a commission to lie associated with Commissioner Ferry I* to be regretted. and that portion of th* bill is re-gar led a* objectionable There t* no objection to the personnel of the com rn ire) on, but any commission whatever is unnecea-rrn The X alky ri« Mill Not New York, May 14.—The New York Yacht club ha* just received a letter from the Earl of Dunrateo. the owner of the English yacht Valkyrie, which seta at rest all speculation with regard to an inter national race for this season He say* tt i* absolutely lmp-osdbie to race for the America * cup under the present dee-1 of gift and expresses regret that the New York Yacht club refuse* to recede from the portion taken ic the matter Lord Dun raven in another letter decline* an invitation extended by Stephen Peabody of this city to bring the Valkyrie here and enter her in private race* He says he cannot afford to give up the racing at horn* to eugage in private matches bere President Aaduroua's Will. RoCHEXTTK. N Y , May 14 —Th# will of th# late President Anderson of the University of Rochester war admitted to probate yesterday Yfter providing for an annuity (rf Rkiu a year to J-weph G. Gilbert and flfiuu to Etiretta D. Gilbert of Newton. IIL, the will bequeath* th# re mal ruler of the estate rf *4* »•-to the University of Rochester corporation, “for the sole use and benefit of said university forever ” The inatru meet t* dated Feb. 22. IMH!, only a few days before the testator's death u com pulled to uses* Bozxojrd ill    %ap* Loa, with a house •nd.BdwH and 1...X n,.,,.. ‘    ,    »*‘^Or,r,d    maid.-o    ladi.-», her up -Uh brush and .nhuburf ^ JI sorts ai wild birds, arid may well br termed tile home of the alligator, ow mg to its quietness and dark waters, which are seldom disturbed beyond the npple of an oar manipulated by the huntsman. For »e%erai weeks Tim Smith noticed a particular!v large alligator, whoae back wa* filled with barnacles and h**1)? green mon* The alligator wa* never known to demonstrate any fear, and would not get out of Smith# way under any consideration, allow mg him to row rather clone toward him. Recently, when Smith started for town, be put a Winchester nile in hi® buat for tile express purpose of giving his g*atorship a I*mil of cold lead. When opposite Buzzard Island the a1 ligator reappeared, and. rowing to within easy range, Smith fired five shots at the saurian, all of which seemed to take effect, for the alligator made a terrible flutier in the water, and turned over ou it* back. Three days later Smith found the dead alligator boating near by, and, tying a rope about it* head, towed it to tile Edgewater grove, when the alb gator wa* found to rn* asur# 16 feet inches in length, two bails having en Ie red IL# skin ju*l ba- a of the head South then set to work and skinned the saurian for aiarkeL w hen to his great surprise the darky came acrock a human skull, perfectly formed and unbroken, but owing to tile supersti-tiousnes* of the negro he stopped skin the alligator, which operation wa* fin ishsd by a white employe on the grove. Further dLsaectkm brought to light a gold watch bearing the initial# “O L. T.' The skull and watch are now on exhibition at Fry * taxidermy store, j Who the unfortunate man was no on# —HT to know, as the initials annot familiar about here, but it is sufr 1 posed that he wa* some sportsman, who, alone, wa* attacked and devoured by the alligator, a* ls quite often th# j case with northern tourists who come • to Florida and navigate its stream* I without a guide bi ke**-p them from tile J dark aud dangerous tributaries thai empty into the 5k. John'#.—Palatka Herald. up Bill NeflT kiwi the Lynx Bt.th suryri*c4. A large lynx made a visit to Bi ii NetTs cabin on the Emerald and mad* a lengthy stay—in fact, Mr Lynx is there yet The animal wa* attracted by some meal that was hanging out side the door of the cabin. There was no lock or bolt to secure the dpetifSg. and while it was climbing up to reach tile meat the door swung open and a1 lowed the lynx bi hounder in. where he proved a genuine surprise party b> Bilk who wa* whiling away the hours by reading tiger stories. It wa* hard to tell which was the most surprised, the lynx or the man, but the former evidently thought Bill meant business when it saw him reach for tile ax, and al once made a spring. For several minutes they fought at close quarters, and at last Bill brok# aw ay from the beast and climbed up on the sleeping bunk, where he could get elbow room h> swing hi* weapon. Ob came tile lynx, but miased his footing This was Bill's time. A* the animal made another spring for the ixink. the ax was swung aloft and the poi# waa brought down on the sa nil of the ani mal with the usual ’’dull, sickening thud The lynx dropped in a heap and Bill came down from hi.% perch b» find that his blow had smashed the skull. The animal was sbme dead. Neff's clothes were birn U» tatters, aud he says the lynx weighed 15<> pound#. We are promised one of the paws, which covers a surface larger than a man s hand. aud shall be pleaded b» show it to any one who doubts the story —5hlverton Miner. cold morning that ah# had her mind to commit suicide. Law asak**! exclaimed her younger sister Abigail incredulously, ‘‘bow do you think you'r* going to kill yourself, Mein label t" ‘‘Tile rn*<#t nat'ra! w ay 'round her#,** said Aunt Mehitabel with a shiver, “is to fri-exe to death. An* that's th# way I'm gx»in‘ to do UP Til# rest of the family laughed her to acorn Brit when she had made all her preparations to go. aud had even given away her Paisley shawl and her string of gold beads, their skepticism turned to alarm. It began to look a* if she were actually in carueft Th# next nirht the thermometer wen! dew n almost by zero. Aunt Mehitabel bud tin rn all a wailing g*aid by ai about 9 o’clock in the evening, and wen? up to iii# apar# room, which wa* of course the oddest room in th# house She put up the window, sat on the sill. and hung her feet out inb> th# icy north wind. Tlu-re was no man in the household, and n«* woman strong enough or bray# enough I** compel Aunt Mehitabel to get back into the room. So the sisters and niece# gathered about, shivering in th** intensified cold of the spar# room By and by the suicide began bi show signs of uneasiness in her perch at th# window. “Wa!/ she said. “I guess it's 'bout's easy b* fr»*f*ze to death on the floor ss ’tis out here.” She crept back into the room and crouched down upon the hard fluor, moaning and complaining By this time the other women of tile household had flejl back into the jiassag#-way, and si**.ai waiting in the darkness. “Bents ail.'' they heard Aunt Me-hiuliel murmur prxweutiy, “how hard this ere old floor is I I gin-ss I ll sit un the rug ' Bhe moved b* the rug and set up a new aem-s of world weary I amen ta Lolls; hut after she had sal there for some time and had experienced non# of the positive symptoms of frwsaff b> death she rue# unu sat down on th# foot of the bed. “Tins damp. old bed always wa# nough to freeze anybody, arid I guam it'll fetch me," she exclaimed, “if any-thLug will." Presently, almost without her own consciousness, she sank down upon tJi# !***d, and then one of her niece# glided int** the room and softly covered ber with a quilt. “Ob, dear’ Oh, dear!” Aunt Mehi-tab. I siirieKf-d. ‘ I rn gum' Ut sleep an’ tliat s a 'un* -dgn I'm freexiri’ to death. Good bj to a cold, cruel world—g.ajd-by. good by!" Aunt Mehitabel slept soundly until morning, and awoke in a greatly improved mental condition. Bhe did not renew her attempt at suicide, aud never made any reference to it aa long as sh* lived. To pc**idc who are horn b> commit suicide Aunt M'-hitabel's meth*ai of sh a IR i n y off is p* rhaps b> Vue nvooi-mended. — Bouton Transcript. TJii! p (>t»e ( a it not M«»*«. “Y* x. we are g»*ing bi move.” mid a young woman bi a friend sh# met on tile street cor “Fred thinks we need a larg* r house an the children are getting along. lint it i.v hard woflk, this moving. It tears things up by th# ro<»is so. We've lived in tiiat boua# ten years, and theres one 'trip of woodwork iii tue front ro>in that id like bi take with me.” “Ls it decorated ' vked Die friend, with interesL ‘ Yre It has the Height of the children notched on it from tile fink year up Lo now. But there s one missing! ‘Arty so high,’ i* gone, I mean that — that he lh the one we loot. and that record of five year* i* oil that s left.”— A Strike Nettle#. ArcrsTA, M*, May 14.—The granite cutters strike st Hallowell boe been settled. Th# cutters conferred with th# com pout agreeing oo prices wh.ch th* cutter* ratified, and it wa* voted to return to j worx The strike on two weeks The new aes*# of price* gives the men .Hi cents sn hour, with mn# hour* for rn dey’a work i eight hours on Saturday Th la is s earn pl#?* victory for th# men. Lleena# Muse? Refunded. low FLL. Mare , May IL — The I*.mw liquor license recently granted to John Lo-ii non by the -elect n.en of Dracut Lea been revoked sh th# result of s conference ber weed Lennon sod the aelretmen of the town Th* town will refund th# Ih.uiiu paid se horner by I^ennoa. The action of the selectmen is not in accord with public senti mem _ H tbemixju* Assssl Cos vest tun. New Yoke. May IL—The forty first annus] con vent von ut the Ant ieot Yirder of Hiiieruians wa*, opened in Tammany hall Th# Fashion In Jewelry. Til# gift of alaund any foolish, dang ling bit of jewelry makes a woman happy, but if sonic one chauces bigiv# her just wow a funny little gold iieart. Like the old fashioned carnelian ones our mothers wore, she slips a fine gold j    Yor»    Presa, cham through the lover’s knot that j mages tile loop. and bangs it about I    mm«    .*ity of    Ki-ing    a    Bapt ut. her neck, if its a locket, or pins it on 1 It is ha: I bi become    a    real    old f.inh- the front of her gown if it s a brooch, lowed Baptist in New York nowadays, and faeis herself just the ltappiest wo The running streams in wh rh it used man in ail the world. For. you see, to be necessary to be baptized are ail she has the very Latest ornament that rotMiopolized within the city by unbe-the gold'U.itii iiiiS devised for making I ie vc re, wlio lu»>k with disfavor upon her pretty and happy.    the idea of their property tieing It nix y be of go*d without ornament- tramp#<J over by Sunday crowds, even anon, uuJesa her ii«.ne be engraved of baptizers, The heads of th# on one side aud »**rue pretty aentioacDt churches that stick to the old fora* of * on Lie utb#r. -it it may have (and then baptism, which are now chiefly among siie is blest indeed), a iZKMiusbzne set in the colored people, find it every year | the center ne muuieti algjut with more difficult to find a place ai w hich j bnllia itaor pea-is, or it may even have to boid their annual baptizing. a big p—*. or diamond in pL.ce of the Churches down b>wn have bi take mocifiatocie, if ake really prefers to have their converts to Harlem to find a it so. aud can have il But it is just as place in which bi immerse tb#m. and well if she can t, for the moonsbme is they must hir. the grounds at thaL — quite as pretty and quite uh fashions- New York Sun. hie just Sun. now,—New York Evening St. Citer Gate Twenty Tsar*. Nr# York. May Ll.—Christopher St Clair was ae&feitesd Ut twenty rears ta Sing Sing for kPteg Lo# wits J lh—as an Doe €2. The record for the largest amou nt of butter produced by a cow in one year has been broken by a cow owned by D. F Appleton, of Ipswich, Mass., __ who, with three days to spare, pro-yreter-isy    Delsgatea    from    ail    th# states    duced 941 pounds, ll ounces, TVtc pre sad    territories    were    present.    Richard    VMB> MMtaOai WM aa# — -    *    ««A Powsrs of « hicagn was made present    Richard    vious record    was    936    pounds ll! ^    rwwu. W~    XZZZ    OU,',*f- ^    bj •    Futcj. sud theoooventloB adjonrned until today    own^ bJ L*    " iliiam    M<*rrow, of I    Kaah fille, Tenn • • Alway* with La. Even in so dreadful an affair as that at Louisville tie; telegraph liar must get iii iii * work. The vivid description of a rai e f*etw»N5ri a pa.teeuger train and tile cyclone is the veriest bosh. In this case he for got bi put iii til# nun, ii rfI .mg a thunder, winch abo ttid i ail over the state at that hour, and thus prov»si himself a poor liar. iMrmt Free Fresa ll IV! NEYS»«(« OO T OU C\^ vou'orr>e wyooc koor- THe”rTcht oTes IRE GILLED PC A RI TODii „—j “‘“PEARL TOP‘“*“ Ride MITI} GEO. I. MICBETH I CO.. PITTSBURGH. Pl, Go to Mom Curtains and Fixtui ;