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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. THURSDAY. M VY to.i«»». HEP H ESE ST a TI VE THE WINIK UA* BKN KITTED B USINESS HOUSES CONGRESSMAN WALKER defends THE MANUFACTURER OF DUNKIRK la ( latin* th* INIlftr Mf th* fey th* ianl latMtrrr IL“« *•!*#-» Faery t«M-rea~*» of Price I aiiwd — Hr. Mill* Maid |*r- 4 NKW M UNO WACHINK fur riltlf A AH Altun, o# blanks ta tin? late*! al.ituoe ut u# ll ban ural n»|»*ri««iit of Duakirk|Pnaung CompanrT 4 UK XAN UK KW Coal aa.! w^.Yfr*A\7^ A < aa oral Avanu#. unpoait# *‘ckal Plai* «>*poC All arm.tea of narti and Soft rn 4| LUO.ber. shiagUm ami Lalfc. , Wtm tail? r Carra#pon.t»a«*# tar wholesale > t* toilet tad. cut ir—Th* Vt imc!ucu a* Ina tor feller. Hill Upp<*>««l b/ H Pbo a UirrORH. tats and » centra) Are , Artist*. Khou^rmpher.    I nates lane*. u« MMt|»h* .f Baulea a *p*ctalty. Sitter* rami act wa.t fur aaoahiae except for na bm# W )Otm Hist DK KT —J a a an lavt»», uricfair, Mo. I* I. senna*I a tragi. near B>‘X-ZZilrtmt, Dua hi rh. N T Maaaaia^h Mn ne. Pamphlet*, etc.. bona*! ta ail atvtaa. ' H-1*r-ortimpUy *it#n*ie*i lo. All wort guaranteed- H imUKK'9 tilK-AEHI MOCSK. jut Leoiraj avenue. ATu.>**•*.« and retail dealer ta Ie port***l ea.i •o mean*' 4. hi aa, Glaaawara, A.-. C t It A L'TAiyi A HOTEL hakea, ti par .tar    _ Livarv awl Boarding -tabla ie ooau«ct.*»a Victor Muter. Sift aa*! JST Lute street. C (ITT BA Kit KH tliOF chaa. Magi*, Frat*- _ Cader IA hr -bora National Bank, corner tFQdsr Aii'i Third wtrwu* A Aa* •Un*ii >i Au ti Ut)«ewuc in arm. Pr (OM KAIM A WON. WF i rater street, ^radical boree shoers. Parueu.ar attention pa».* to taterfenag homes ^boeing of ran*! ae a trottiBK boree* e apeman? I) LM Kl HK EV EM IMH OBlEHk KA I ararat Daily ill the County. An unequal!*! aUvarUaiut n#«liuia. DI MKI HK BMimaOM CUilPAAI- Formerly sellew A Popple. Mnfiufii^urvnai knfUM**» Botk*r*a Pulley*. Aaafung Uaa^ni, etc. Pattern*. Forgings, Caatinga, an*I Ma*mar W<*rk to or-ler .OKI UK MHI KT CO., mi, M Man ufnciurera an*t of JUT Un- ll center *tr##q Mauala.iurers ox un ‘^Cromwell’* and ^Dunkirk" perfect - atune b^Tbbirt*. un aa.* in all Irwin *--- ulotbiag and dry gooda aouaea ta I ai. lurk. F. TUUMKV I ) .    «34    and un Lion atren. i>*aier ta Flour, heed. alt. Baiett Hay, Cho#- pbauw, ewe. A*tabii«tie<L L477. c * KUC KOT Kl. aad main* Saloon. L mutt K Depot La*? acce*# U* ail Urn aa and uua-.aeaa uouaea Boal aoeom otadaUoae for Com* ■errtat Traveler*.    k    _ Joha J Murphy, Prop. I I HLKK8 A CNK. 1^    r,    and    Al A. Third *trvec F.u* lf'ural ut re. Cabinet Ware and L’p-to*** taring. Picture Trainee mod# Ut order. u. eATTftedt * to, Mil central Are., leaders *d F nab ton and Gentlemen Daunters Ait ELI -TKA* KEA TIMO CO.. ll1 Manufacturer* of Steam Heating Apparats* Sa alar* Plunibing a Specialty. K UKK STEAM LAI’MDKT. Our ■uecialttea:    Fine    Sbirta,    Hic; t ol tare. Ac; Cuff*, U*. aud Lace Curtaiaa. Free Deltr ary. A w Cum mi ar*. TOT centet street. | J K GEMA A. Third eC. our of Buffalo Manufacturer and deader ta V ne B***»u A -hora HMN Kl VV KILE B'S MEW TTO KE, It* IL T bi rd ac Boohs, Ntauomvry, Musical la-atrameiiU.Kagaziaea.Da.ly ami* eehly Paper* aad ererytbirg pena*aiug to a Cm 'tora book store Hchoo. Boons a aporia* tv. J OB PKLMTLMO of every J#»rnpl*>M» anti at lowest bring rate# by Dunkirk PnaUng Company. 8 ami Ut &. secoad St. JE % AM BLRKM rn MON. Flew Lila, A net deal aad (»#n#ral Insurants- I leal -ara la taal Ka tate and Loans. Particular attention paid Ut the care of property collect tug rent* En. lls Center ak. lad floor. VI ONKUIN PHARMACY, int) Central arenite Headquarter* tar Wall Paper Pa.at , Ona, Ac. PEKK IMS. J. W„    _ MW center street. Manufacturer an*l dealer in Harnessse-Id lee, B ".dies, collare. Truaka,W hip*. Buffalo Bohea. H we* Corer* tailor** Mittenaan*! sleigh Bohea NtBOlTEH, Fashionable I'ai lor. taeir advantage U> nail ob alae w bere. 17 Bast Third street. Gentlemen will Aud it to lie fore ^ arr baaing P“ , B. CAKY A CO., SSS Lioa atreec ucneral Har*lrraiw»While Lea*l.*>Ua;PainUtPa Sui1 in.na, Oil 4 Lithe, fermi ie Ware. A specialty uYshorvnt. William* Pa.ntaad Monroe raaga R CLIMO, aucb aa blaak-hooka, ledgers, aad ail kind* of blank* 'lone at Dunkirk Printing Compear, 8 and IU K. Seco ad SC KL DOLPH MOLDEN HAL EK. Cor. Third aad Buffalo SIK. I>e*ler ta Granite, Marble P a** ag and But.d.ag Stone. Call oa me ;*iore huyiag yuut ai.ie-walk    i W*-*H ,* .t \ \Ja> la. -TUc botte* v*etwr-4ar in*i*t*-d on th* ant*ndu«eiif ?«> th* #*b-ate I*-} • ii. •-rit te*ii«i*iii hill, aud a confer en* * w ..a v»i <1* rt d. Th* . oum I*. ati* u of the tariff bill baring bern rr^uiucu dir Dyuuu* inored ta red ii cr th* duty on rom ai ca earthenware from £> ta JR per cent ml v ai or* rn He argued that taking thin clause In con nee non with the < diatom* ad mi aud. ration hill, It would Im found that the duty ob earth en ware would he increased from IO to SO per cent. Mr Burrow** of Michigan contended that the effect of th* tariff wan ta reduce th* prtcee of article* ta th* consumer This contention wae denied by Mr Mills of Texan, wt*» ridiculed the idea that if the tariff reduced the prices the manufacturers would come ta congree* aahing that the tariff be advanced for their ben* lit. Mr. Walker of Massachusetts said that ua manufacturer bad com* before the way* and means committee mad asked that duties be put up or down on hie account Th* workingman got every dollar of th* increase of price on account of the tariff As a manufacturer he hurled back the insult which denominated manufacturers a* robber ha runs Mr outhwait* of Ohio ridiculed Mr Walker’* p«ant iou and quoted th* testimony of a manufacturer before tile committee to the effect that he wanted a higher tariff in order to compensate himself Mr Mills said he had been charged the oth»r day with an exhibition of plantation iiuumerv the gentleman from Maenachu-arttj* was now giving an exhibition of manufacturing manlier* The members of the bouae were told that the gentleman a* a manufacturer did not desire to promote the interest of his cia*** He rose above party and interest. He became a i pbilantropbist and presented not himself but th* interest of labor Hie heart wa* •mullen with devotion to the workingmen He said that the tariff wa* intended to ; enable man ufacturem to pay wages to the laborer The manufacturers paid ti JR to labor for producing a iou of pig iron. The government gave the manufacturers F5 TM in order to enable him to pay that ti.‘lh. Th# manufacturer paid labor Ai for producing a ton of steel rails, the government gave him ill to enable him to pay it. Why did nut the manufacturer give the IIT to the workingmen instead of turumg them out of work and going on tally ho rides I through the mountains of Scotland Mr. Bynum's motion was defeated—ffb I to Ml Mr Dunned of Minnesota moved to reduce the duty on china, pone lam. I etc., from 55 to & per cent, ail valorem, i Lost. Mr McMillin of Tennessee moved to reduce the dutv on decorated chinaware from to Ai per cent. lost Various other amendments looking to a reduction of th# duty on earthenware und glassware were m.ulr oil the Democratic -id*, but rn et with no success. In the ! course of the discussion of one of these amendments Mr McMillin allude*I to a Mr Campbell of Pittsburg, a glass manufacturer asking for protection from foreign labor while he was * barged with import mg foreign labor in violation of the .untract lalaiilaw Mr Bergen of New Jt-mey ventured to oiy that Mr Cam pis* 11 was a Democrat. Mr Bynum of Indiana said that on the i contrair Mr. Campbell wa# an ardent ♦upporter of Mr Harrison. Mr Bayne of Pennsylvania testified to the gissi reputation of Mr Campbell. Mr Bynum denounced Campbell as a I perjurer < 'amplarll had com* lief ore the wavs and means committee and had held a consults!ion with the gentleman from West Virginal i.Mr Wilson' and himself; and then had gone away and mad* an affidavit which w»M false, aud had Campbell ever com* to bis < Mr Bynum'si district he j would ie in the cell of the prison toulay. Mr Hayne -aud that he would take Mr. Campbell s word as soon as he would take that of th# gentleman from Indiana, and he knew them both. Mr Wilson of West Virginia confirmed what the gentleman from Indiana had said In the public preaa and on every stump he had felt it his duty to denounce Campbell as a perjurer In th# course of sum# further remarks Mr Bynum said that the committee on ways and means in the formation of its hill had closed the doors of the capital against the labor of the coontry, but admitted the manufacturers. The majority of tint committee raised the curtain anti peeped out to see who wan there Mr Flower of New York offered testi mony that the committee had heard a1] industries that had requested a hearing Mr. McKinley said the imputation of Mr Bynum was false He did not permit any man to impute to the committee any bad motives or any lack of courtesy to the minority. Mr Chandler of Massai-huaetta offered an amendment fixing the rate of duty on lamp chimneys at 45 per cent, ad valorem. Lust Having conaidered sixteen of the loft pages of the bt ll. the committee rose and the house at 6 p m adjourned *i.v*r cornua* *»- i.a that ought to be laef Coming d«two to a discussion of the Windout i ill, Mr Teller said that nothing would suit the -ccretary of th# treasury but a treason note payable in a com mod ity. It w ta lite first time that the "‘store system which prevailed in mining and manufa luring regions, was proposed to I)# applied to the treasury department af Toited Platea Nobody knew better than the men who stood behind that scheme that it would not put silver ta par and nobody wa* more determined than rhoe* men that sliver should not go to par. Without concluding his spewch. Mr Tai ler. at - Ai yielded ta a motion to go into executive arsaion The doom were rn opened at .‘Loft and on motion of Mr. In galls, the silver bl]) was laid aside inform ally till to-day and the senate proceeded to busine-* un the calendar The following billa among other* were passed Sens*# hill to provide for the issuing and r*i-«»nisug of coramlaaious on the depart meut of the treasury Senate hill for the relief of Major Goodloe. pay master U 8. marine corpa, crediting him with sums loot through the defalcation of his clerk. Senate bill to pay •*.£» ta the heir or heirs of John Howard Payne, due on his salary as consul to Tunis. Senate bill tn relation to the pay of Hear Admiral Bouett. retired <allowing him the highest pay and compensation of hi* grade. Ad jot! rued. GEN EHA L FOREIGN NEWS. THE LOCAL TAXATION BILL ON ITS SECOND READING. A NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. Hr. E«lmaa«la Introduce* a BUI ta the —* na I m Providing for One. Washing TOH, May 15. —Mr Edmnnda introduced in th# senate yesterday a bill ~to establish the university of the United Stares " The bill provides that there shall be established in the city of Washington a corporal ion to be known aa “the Uni versify of the United Star*** ’ It is to consist of and be governed by a board of regear*. componed of the president of the Uuited States, the secretary of th* treae ury, the secretary of war, the attorney general, the secretary of the uavy aud all the other members of the cabinet, th# chief just ieee of the United States and twelve citizens of the United Stataw. no two of them resident* of the same -Kate, who shall lie appointed by concurrent re* olm ion of the two houses of congress. The regent* are to be divided into three cl amu-i to be elected to terms of three years. The board is to have full control of the university to be established, to endow fellowships, etc. The first meeting ut to be held on the call of the president. The annual report la to be sent to congree# A sum not exceeding iftiO.OUU ii to be appropriated by the bill to procure necessary ground- and erect the necessary build rags for the university. The sum of IR. UUU (MR) is set snide ss the principal of a perpetual fund. the income of which is to be used for the niaiutainence of the uui-versity. 4 me section of the lull provides. “that no -jiecial sectarian belief or doctrine shall l«* taught or promoted in said university, but this prohibition shall not be deemed to exclude the consideration of Christian theology n No per-on otherwise eligible shall be excluded from the benefits on account of race, color, citizenship or religious belief WILL STRIKE IF NECESSARY Loitductur* Llituinwt* the Nun-Nlrtka Clause from Their Constitution. ROCH KST**, N\ Y., May Ilk—Th# general roo centum of the Order of Railway Con Lictor- yesterday decided by a very <ia-;isiv* vote to eliminate from its coustitu .ion the clause prohibiting strike# There nan been a hot fight ou this point and uobody believed that the amendment would be earned by such a sweeping majority until the vote wa* taken. The amendment was opposed by the eastern ielegates. and Grand Ubief Conductor Wheaton was outspoken against it. and it was on this issue that he stood as a candi- ■ late tor re-election. The amendment was Hocussed ob Tuesday and yesterday tot aiiout two hours on each day, and when it was put to a rota it was adopted by the vote of JIO to (15. It looks now as though New York city might lie selected for the place of next sew sou. but nothing definite can bv said on ‘hat point. The officers will probably bt sits te«l on Saturday New Resist rat ion Law* for Utah. Washington, May 15.—Mr Edmunds has iutrud .. e-1 in the -'etui# a bill providing for the abolition of the election districts in Utah and their reapportionment by the governor, territorial secretary and commis-iouerw of the territory The bill vacates tile orti.es of tem tonal auditor, treasure, commissioner!! to locate university lam,-, etc., and provides that all aucb oL.c,r< -nail be appointed by the goveruor and confirmed by the commissioner of the territory bereaver. The com nu**.,."ors nr* empowers to aaa# new registration of voters at their discretion, and to (oak and enforce ra-'ulaticns mg inc* n-isteti * itll rLi* laws of the United Sea;** h r retri-trarhra and eie« lions Mr Edmunds ainu introduced a bill to alter the proceuure in obtaining depsiaitioiia in foreign etui ut new. TH* Government Experted t» Pass lh* Sflenaurs by It* Average Hajurity— Th* English P.«rae I nu Ar tided at stanley** Philippi.— Emperor William Talks af Prosper! iv* War. London May 15.—The vote on the sec and reading of the local taxation bill. in vol vt ng the quest lorn of compeusat ion to kseper* of public houses forced out rn* business by th* reduction of th* number ai license- which it ta expected will be reached to day. is in its taru the matter of paramount political interest Speculation upon the strength of the support which the governnient will be able to hold to the measure is encaging the attention of men of all parries, and th# general opinion ta that the bill will pass its present stage by an average government majority. The whip* have been active and the attendance of members this evening is sure to be large A few Li hernia will vote arith the conservative majority on the question and some Tones will vote with the opposition It is not believed that Mr Caiue - following of Unionist* into the temperance ranks on this occasion will amount to much, and owing to the attitude of the Liberal party in regard to the liquor traffle in the past the Giadarouian* cannot afford to commit rh* party to a *tuinf\ ng potation by voting in a body against the measure The Farneliites will vote with the opposition solely as a matter of consistency, the bill being a government measure, and not as an expression of opinion on the main question. TH IT THINK STANLEY WAS SIGHT The meekness with which the london pres* receive the drubbing att mi mate re* I to them by Mr. Stanley in the Guild hail causse a great deal of comment and strengthens the general belief that his remark.* were u.rae to severe. The Times in especially mild in ita references to the speech, and thinks that the explorer s warnings ought to be hee*Iv*I by the gov ernment. Knurland. The Times aeeerts, has the strongest claim of any European power to any advantage that may be secured in Africa. owin« to the undeniable fact that everything that has been dour in the interest of civilization in that country is due to England's efforts, This precisely is the kind of i.iuguage. the absence of which from the columns of the lending newspapers Mr Stanley complained of, and it is consequently evident that his speech ha* hail good effect. MR. MT V RD AND MR. MATTO EWS. The rum that have been in circulation for Die last two or three davs that Mr M unr >. chief commiaaioii* r of the Metropolitan f*oli«,e. would shortly reei^n owing to his disagreement with Home Secretary Matthews, are not to be put down, Mr Muuro’* deuial of the reporta to the contrary notwithstanding. It is known that the commis*i<mer and the home secretary have disagreed for -erne time pang amt it is a marrer of n . - ti that an Saturday Mr. Matthew- un! -jtrtfm^ly countermanded Mr. Miiore v orders in rn. ganl to the para*ie to the fmrk in the interest of the wtjrkinsrmen’s hospital. Everything points to the fact that a cri-ia im imminent aud this view of the matter is supported by the rumor in official circles that the commissioner's resignation has been asked for The Irish distillers are raising a fund of £5u.0UM to lie Used in the interest of the liquor manufacturers and dealers in rh* next general parliamentary election which they are persuade*!, is not. far off. A case of wboh-otie poisoning has occurred in Warren, Saxouy. which has • Bused wuie-pre-ui ex* iferueut and alarm. Severs! hundred ]»ers*>nM are affected ami fifty more of them, nmstlv children, are seriously ill. Investigation disclosed the fact that the victims had eaten bread made of dour w hich had been ground in a leaden machine M**st of the flour was purchase*I from two dealers, whose stock ha# lieeu seized, aud the authorities are conducting a searching examination of the ll*mr in the hands of other dealers. Lubeck is excited over the mvsterious murder of a young girl, a daughter of a prominent lawyer of that city. name! Peterson Til* Issiy was found in a horribly mangled condition wifhevidences that the girl had been criminally assaulted Is*for* heing butchered by soma emulator of Jack the K.pper. A REIGN OF TERRO*. The Flay is* W a war af 4'*4ar Awm. Eta. th# Fart af B.inj t. New <'»ulevvs. Max 15 —The Pi ca vane *» Jacksonville Ha -;*ecial -ays News has beea received fr»*m Cedar Keys which states that that < ny La- tern in terr bn commotion -i ce -aisinlay The aaaynr and marshal are holding high carnival The lighthouse keeper had a pistol dis charge*! at him while be was in rha sacy. and warned to keep aff the street. An inoffensive Episcopal clergyman aad his wife have left the city to avoid home whipping The United states <*oile< tor ha* bean bald up by Mayor Cottrell and th# town mar ■dial aud threatened with imprisonment if he step|**d out of bis off!*-*, aad II. M Dozier, agent of the Florida Central railroad. wa# waylaid amt aa attempt mads r© «h*s»t him. The telegraph operator was 'emblv whipped bv a uegrs Mayor *'04- trell holding a loaded pi-tol ta the aegro’s bead ami I rc4ng him to do the whipping Hegr<.--1> insulted ladies of th# town, and in fact thing- are ho ba*! that many of the oldest and leading citizens have left (he plate, including several ministers It is a j<erf<-et ret .rn of terror ami every par -on met on the -tree; for the last few days has been armed. tnt si tin ; womb. EKIS STOIBLIES ED CORRIGAN’S COLT, RILEY, WINS THE KENTUCKY DERBY A NEW-FASHIONED ENOCH ARDEN. Me Return- After Kaajr Taan tnt Doe-n't Die Aiea*. Weut Bat City, Mich., May t5.—A -tory. rivaling that of En*s.h Arden, has come to light iu this city Fourteen years ago. John Harleleep married a Cattan •laigua. X Y . woman. They separated in about a year, aud the woman came ta Michigan. A y -ar later she heard that her husband was dead, and her letters to her relative# elicited no response. Four years later she went to live with Alphonse Cook and remained with him eight years. A year ago they -eparated and she mar ried John (iranger of this city A manith after her marriage she received a letter from b**r husband an*! has corresponded with him sin*-?. Saturday FT art a1 rep arrived here Bn*I proceeded directly ta (tranger’s house 4 * ranger ordered him out. Mr- Harrdt-epor Granger promised to join him and did -o. an*! they are now living together, having taken the household furniture, which Granger had bough*, with them Hart-leep -ays he will live with his wife now. if h** Aa- to follow her to prison, and the woman says she prefers Hartsieep to liranger. ROBBED HIS BENEFACTOR. Young Robert Wallace 4.eta Away With About O.VJ.OOO. Xfw York. May 15.—The Herald sa vs Robert L. Wallace, a protege of Joha Ii. I Walla**, the veteran e*!it«ir and proprietor of Walla*-*- - Monthly, which m known the country over aa an authority an matters relating to trotting hor-es, aud also of the standard work.-. Walbice's American Trotting Regi-ter aud Wallace's Year Book. hoe di-speared after robbing his bene factor of over A52.UU0. Young Wallace was a distant relative of the old gentleman, aud called him •uncle.'’ J ll* wa- th* prospective heir to his fart nae. 1 The *inl> theory to account for the theft is that rue money was lost in gambling, although thi.- is act certainly known. Leslie E. MacLeod. ass*s’iate editor of the WalL.ce publications, is under arrest, charged with complicity in the affair Young Wallace was assistant treasurer and has the key to tile -af*, also accent* to the check b*w*k and all private papers He emptied a -afetv deposit vault of |Ct5.(iuo anti drew over Ila.UUU on th* check book. ' Fourth r*. r. 'n mile:    Prince    Howard first, time. Brian Born -#r<md. Stonemason third: LA'S Fifth race, LLIA milen:    Bill    Barnes    first. Luuise -econ*!. B* hem tau third; time, IJS. Sixth race. Hndle: ( hapuian fir-t, Ow euia •econ*I, Little Hareftstt third: rime, ISR. Seventh race, S* (nile:    Bm Ast. me first. King Arthur second, Juuu Atw*ssi th.rd; dme, I (R. A NARROW ESCAPE. <llr Tkaiiia* F.amontle Hmlly Bruised. LUH DOV. May 15. —The improvement in rh# contiition of Sir Thomas Esmond*, member of parliament for South Du!*lin. who was injured by a fall from his hors* about two weeks ago. is not so rapid aa his friend* had hoped for. His ankle ta seriously sprained ami his body badly bruised. He will nor be able to use his injured leg for several weeks. % steam-hip Barely Avwids a Callitilnx with an Iceberg. QUEBE*. May la—The Panama from Liverpool narrowly escape*! dx-aster off the l>aak-of NVwrfoun*llan«i A heavy L>g prevailed, and the steamer wa- pn>c#ed-i .gcamc usty ar the rate mi' six mile# aa hour when the lookout sighted a huge iceberg, forty yards ahead. Theeagines were Sn mediately reversed, but th* steamer ran on a portion of the berg to a distance of twelve feet. For a time the ship shivered from the -hock, and great excitement prevailed, a panic being prevented oaly by the ♦lf-Ihis-*‘ssion displayed by the officers. The vessel lay on her broadside a full minute, and ( apt. Hit*-hie ordered all hands on deck and the crew to stand by the boats. The v**s«el. however, soon settled back into clear water uninjured Had the ves--el Is-*!! running ar anything .^proximal-tug her u-ual -peed. nothing could have saved a complete wreck and great tora of life Ye-ter«lay'*i Haa^bwli flames. ei.AVfeMS I.KAUCX. At Brooklyn - Bnsiklyn.............I)    GOODNO    U    u—    5 Philaiielptua.  ll    • 0 I X 3 0    0    0—    <1 Bam* hit* Brookie n    a. Philoilelpiita a. Error- Bnsiklyn :t,    Pbila*letphia 4. Batterie- Wevbing and ktiwluw; 4'uunlQg-ham au.i Flail mao. Umpires Ferguson ami HulLsnrt. At B*Mton - Boston....  .....0    3    0    41    0    I    0    0    0—4 New York .....  I    0    3    S    0    0    0    2    •— ll Bas* hit#—Boston ii.    New    York    IL Errors - Boston 13. New York ti Fist tories I .nm brrr aud .'-weir; K»*efe and V Atli; b ii. Umpires .Mike Kelly and Hank O’Day. At Buffalo^ Bnffahi...............0 u U (I I ll I) ii 4- I Chicago   I)    2    U    2    0    U    ti    4»    *— 4 Liar* hit- Buffalo 7, Chicago 4. Errors Buffalo I, ('hit ago >. Batterie- Ferron aud Mack: Bart-on and Farrell. Umpires (running ami Matthews. * anon ax uuorx At Bn* tkl Bn ark i y n____ New York. Bn-e hit-Error- fir Balteri*-* ley. Umpires At Bo-Con Boston...............0    3 0 7 0 U U I 1-14 Philadelphia........0    ll I) 3 U I 3 U ti - 7 Bs-e hit* Boston 21. Phi lade! (gila IU. Error- Boston Philaiielpliia IIL Batterie- (reizein and Bennett; Vickery and Behn vee. Umpire McDermott. The other Notional league game- were postponed oil account of rain. A MIKKI* AN A.*WMS IAT1*>S. All A—is lotion game- -s heduied wen* postponed on a* * mint of wet ground-. rn 41 ii o ti 3 I a a .1 2 U 0 0 U 3 u r<.«»k i v n rt, New York LL ►kiln I, New York A* 0- 4 •— 4 Terry anti l»oly; Htisie ami Huck-Power* and Lynch. THEY MUST STUDY GREEK. A SEVERE STORM It RISLKY * WL    _ 7 and 4 Eaai Front atrywL Whisky. Wims, Brandle# General Liquor htare for Faauly Lea. IN TBL SENATE. Washington, May 15.— In the senate yesterday senate bill authorizing the registry of census mail matter, house bill appropriating AbO.UUU for a public building at York. Pa. aud -enate bill appropriating S M J. GIFFORD, JOI Central Ave. Cp a tai mi. General Ineuraaoe aad Rea* EahaJx haeitT Fire, LiJe, Accident, and Live Stack I uauranoe- Prompi auenttoa git sa ta bayiag and selling **+• ***** IX C. JON KL .    7ft    E.    Third #L. rar Deer ExcelKur Meat Market Frrah, bait Smoked Meats, Lard, bauaagea, Oyaiera aa*. Foul CTV ann Robkkt M EAT. Lion abreet, arar the iepoC ^*day"Sr awk on*^a#r»^aUua» I flUO.uuu for a public building a; Ro. k ’ I aland. 111., were passed. The silver bill wa# then taken up and Mr Teller addressed rh* senate He -aid that he had no especial interest iu promoting the price of silver, save rhat silver wa* sn American product and that, therefor# every American ought to nave an interest iu advancing its price The people of Colorado had comparatively little interest: iu the advancement of the price of silver, because altbratgh they produced unearth of all the silver product, very shortly the other interest# of the state would far outweigh (he interest of mere silver production. The silver production of the United States was lnaiguiffcani in comparison with the great interest of th* uouutrv rhat were involved in the rehabilitation of silver os a moue r metal It was demanded in the interact of humanity, in thr intercut of civilization, in the internet of progress. in the interest of the whole human race. Then* wa* in the country a general feeling that stiver ought to be used ae money ob equal term* as far a# practicable with gold He did not know a senator except who did not hold that the demand far W ATL HEA, 31W1LAI, ML. •Hey Uke Aurora Railroad Watch. Reuamag a nsNnaicy. Frank FStapf. » K. Third ai. VV J rn. MOCK EK, Kerr bant Tailor, Md * anura* A \ en UC K of PHOK EAMIGH AA. T. ROLPH. M D., Pbrucian aaa -urge**** cc over Lyra'# Drug stura. _ . RsM'lraa. .Oftnoai Avenue Tale ph.. ur No. i. Calla auv be left ai Leon'a Indian F».***l t otnmru. ruaent. CARI i-Lk, I*a.. May 15^—Ar the annual com met) ce men r exercises of the government linLau training school here yester «iav a* Id reseed were made by lien. C E. Buseey, aa* mf .ult -ecretary of the interior, lien Per!.:os of Kansas; Chairman Peel# of the Indian committee: Professor Mason I of th* Suiithwmiaa In-titut*. and several members cf the senate and house. Gen Blimey pr*-**uu*d the diplomas. The grad lur ii. ^ cLi«a numbered eighteen. R«u4 ie* «*f Drowned Men f'aanti. Glenn Fall*. X Y., May lo.—The bodies of Ru>-ell Carpenter an«l Edward Kabit-eau. who were drowned while driving logs at tit* headwaters of the Hudson.. have beeu recovered The two men attempted to rn ira the river iu .separate boats ( ari<*i #*-r s Gat •apni/.*-i and Rabitean. in frying to rescue him, capsized his own IksaL Both men were drowned in sight of friends. The Kaiser Would Fight lf Narananry Berlin. May 15. — The kaiser, in a speech at the banquet given in his honor In the castle at Konigsburg last evening, said: “I drink to the prosperity of hac-t Pruraia: may it he -paled the horror- of war Should, however, the duty be im posed upon me of defending the frontier*, the sword of Fast Pru.-sia will deal with the eueniy a- it did in I HTD. * Ftiilllpaeu 4 *»ufe-se-. CoFENHAUEN, May 15.—The corpse of Meyers, who waa munlered by hi# em plover rome time ago and his body shipped to New York in a barrel, arri>.-«1 here yesterday per -teemer Tlnngvalla Phillipeeu. the munlerer. ha- made a full coufea-ioc of the murder, hut maintained an air -if stolid indifference Madame Dis# Debar Rearrested. Rome. May 15.—Madame Hi— Debar, who beiarae notorious in New York through ber alleged spiritualist actions and was subsequently Imprisoned, was arrested here lest en I av hotel keeper aud trying from many prominent represen t at ions. for swindling a to obtain money persons by false Aa Extra -*-#!*»« W outed. KEW Y<*rr. May 15.—A memorial tc Governor Hill, requesting him to call an extra sewdon of the legislature forth* pur po** of considering the rapid transit bill waa adopted at a joint meeting of the Real Eatate and Builders Exchange yesterday It ie expected that fifty citizen# will go to Albany to prrarut the memorial. A Farnellite K*turu«*d. Dc EUN, May 15.—In the election to fill th# parliamentary -eat for Last Galway, made vacant by the death of Mr Matthew Hum which took place ye-trniay, Mr Roche ParaeUiV waa returned without oppoafl Jon Striker* Bark at Work. Chicago, May 15.—The strike at the malleable iron work# ta practically over Several hundred men in additum to those who returned Tuesday report ell for work toot evening Shake* Thing* I p in the .Mohawk A alley—Stream# Overflowed. UTI4 a. N Y , May 15.—The severe rain -form which has prevailed over this section has • a used many of the -treams to ov* rttow their bank- and in the Mohawk valley the level meadow land ie generally under water. A terrible storm paraed over the southern portion of this county and in rome place-the rain fell in such torrent* that it rv-emhled a cloud burst At North Brook field, a portion of the Delaw an*. Ijtrkawsnna and Went,urn track# wa# washed away. A coal train was passing at the time and several car- were wrecked, though no oaa was injured. Passenger traffic wa# delayed several hours on account of tito washout At Knoxboro. in this county, a large amount of damage was done by a severe wind st rm. Several tiaras were unroofed aud a large number of apple trees blown •town.    _ A Revolution Feared. San Antonio, Tex., May 15.- Serioua ap prehen-ion of bloodshed, growing out of the present political difficulty in the state of 4 ’• abulia. Mexico, id felt at Eagle Pa.— and other Texas towns along the Rio Grand* Col. \"al«Vx. commanding picked Mexi an troops at San Juan Sabinas, sec euty five miles south A— t of I*uigie Para, received order* from President Diaz ta proceed to Juarez, and has -tarted fur th. re with iou cavalrymen. The relation.-! -rwtvn Governor Ga inn ami Pres ideal Diaz haxe not Fjeen ple<i#ant for a long time, aud it is feared that lialaa ie at the lo: tom of a revolution ta hi.- -tate It is believed CoL Valdez will depose lialaa and that a military govern meat in Uoahuito will be established. Hat Preener# aa strike. NEM are. N J., May 15.—TwentyaiE hat p ran#* rn in the hat factory of Bel th have gone ob strike for aa Inc of 6 casita a doaen I ward U Carl CaaadiM Wootlwn Dead. Bootoh, May IS.— Frank Woodrou. the well known comedian, died yeet*relay in rn hun pi tai of heart failure —euatnr Walratt Marring. B FT vt* May 15. senator Ed' Wolcott of Coiorado va* married day to Mr* y ranee# Metcalfe Bara of Ahi# dty. Th* wedding wa# a very scdkaat one The Kngliah Course AkoliaheU a1 th# Rapt Isl I h«*ul<‘gi< ai seminary. Rts HK-TEu. May 15. —In connection with rh* theological seminary commencement a meeting of the itoartl of truatees of the New York Baptist union for ministerial education woe beld at Rock feller Hall yes terday. The most Important bani ties# of the session wa- the adoption of this resolution after a pnilougetl debate Rerolved. that from the beginning of the -eaunary >‘**ar in September, Hflw. the Engiioh course, sn-raiied. -hail be aboit.-he«L aud that •ll students entering the institution shall be required To snt— an examination iu Greek, and take th* Greek testament as a part of their course of study, It being understood that any student mas, ai his option, substitute the study of the Engliftb old testament for the study of Hebrew.. This resolution practically shut# the doors of th*-eminary to ail but college graduate-, or to those who can para exam inations for which they could he prepared with little leo* than a college course. The oration before the alumni woe delivered in the alterman at the Second Bap fist I 'hunch by Rev William Robertson of Brooklyn- a graduate of the Clara of ’75. lm-t evening the graduating exercises were delivered, followed by a reception. How the Cupper ** Got Square." NRF Yoke. May 15.—Philo Cooper Hewitt, -on of ex Mayor A 8. Hewitt. FwKrame involved in a dispute with a hack man and was dragged through the streets to the station house by 4iffier Rourke, who seemed to enjoy the opportunity of making things uncomfortable for the son of the man who refuged to allow the green flag to ri<*at from the city hall. It wa* thought br many who witnessed the affair that the policeman used more force tban wa- uwcraary. The hackman refused to make a complaint against young Hewitt, and the totter, it is understood, will make a complaint again-t the officer to the police com rn ira nm* rn. TH—trf Killed and Thirty Injured. Rome. May 15.—Tbeexploaion of balioite at Aviglia&o was more d I seat roo* than at fir—f re|s*rted. Nineteen persons were killed or have since died aud thirty were seriously injured. Cif these several are hurt beyond recovery. There were :kJU workmen pre-ent and scarcely one escaped without a mark of rome kind. This to the fourth explosion that has occurred in the wrecked factory ainee I HTE. Negis Murderer* Caught. Montgomery, Ala., May IL—A special to Th* Advertiser from Hunt-vill# says a horrible crime has Fieen disc jeered there. Ten day- ago De# Griffin, a n#gr#sn. gave birth to illegitimate twin#. George Griffin and John Robertrou. negroes, killed both babe# and sewed the bodies in a shawl, which they left in the woods aud then tied The negroes were arrested at Fayetteville Terne Ha Make* an Exhibitlow of Rube-piarra, the Track Favorite. Winning by *'lx Length* — Loa* Day at th# Liudeo Track— Kean Its of laslarday’i Baaet»all Games. La’COT I IZA, May Ii- Weather rainy, track hoary ye#(#rday, First race, for 2-yegr->ld maHieno, ml' e Grandpa first. Ijl*erty Bell aecoud. Gene i'ato-wail th.rd: time, I.VTto. Th und race, I mile: Uncle Bob Amt. Glock-ner *e< ond. Warfwak third; tim*. I 44. Thirl mo*, the Kentucky LHrby, for 3-yoer-olda. k-j*< audad. I-I* un lea Riley first. Bill l^alcber ae* nod, Knltespierre third. not*. 2:4ft. Az the hor— iin« out of the paddock and para. I a! the -lrat.h before going to the post the excitement am»ag the    penMtiia    won int-use aud aa.'ti horse in tarn woe • bewrad. Kobaapierra. an evau money favorite, received the most apple.iae, Bill Letcher. Riley and Prin« e F.rnao receiving about aq aal shares of the ovation. The atar) was fair. with L#trhar in th* lead. Pa. toade woad and Riley last. Paming th* -tand Riley, Rolieepierre. Palisade and OutliMik were in a string, with the first named on the inside. At th# first quarter Ro I »ee pierre took th*- lead, b'M waa pa seed by Riley in th# ho» k -fret. h. Riley wa* n#v*r ofter-aril- brod*-1, but woe pulled up and won anally by -dx length*. Bill I/etc ber second, half a leugth before Kobe-pierr*. third. Fourth no e. selling, ig mil# heats first heat Whiten^*# fir-1, Loveland eecoQd. Frtendlesi* third; time. 111*% !4#csjnd heat: VYlilteu.Mi* first, iaiveiaud aec-oud. Bonner Bearer third; tim*. L*)ll. Lls DK#. Bf. J.. May 15. The weather yesterday wa* warm. the track good and th# attendance large. Results: First race. ULI# miles: Stockton first, Gloster second. Lady I*ulsifer third: I im*. 1:22% Second rn* e. % mile:    Isaoqiieua filly tlr-t. Mandolin colt second. Trestle third; time, 1.1*% Thin! race, I mile:    Supervisor    first.    Black thorn ro om!, Puz/I# third; time. I 4-t% BOYS AND GIRLS'HAST Men •» and Boy#' Mixed Mv-anaw Straw Dress Hats lie Boy#' Faery Mixed Sj-tt w Diet.# Data. oui, yr,. Youth # fin*, nobby ^btipc f ncy 8traw Hat.*, silk ribbon hand. bc#t qualities, only 4?c., worth 75c A-sorted style# Bc.yH’ plain and fancy style Straw hats, for school, nary -5c. Boys fant*y school Hat#, extra good qualities «»n>y 17c. Girls' wide-ritn fancy school Hats. only 17c. Girls' wide-rim plain Sailor Hats, solid colors, only 19c Girls' fine broad-rim fancy Sailor School Bats. only '.‘'N' Girls' plain and fancy rnitcii dr*>« Hats, only 25c snd 29c.. worth 44Fe Girl#’ very stylish dress Hats, fancy braids, 4>nly 40c and 49c Misses' stylish dress Uais. very desirable, only rtd and Isle, Dailies large sunshade Hats, only 15c. Men s plain whit* Macauaw dress Hats. #or tx 75c , only 37 and 47c. Mel*’# fancy straw dress Hats worth 40c.. only 17c Girls' and Beys’ Fancy Flannel ( apr. stylish andvtiy desirable, only 48c. Old ladies Mull and Lure Cx|w, infants and children's plain and fancy Lace Capa, from 73c. to 50c., newest pal terns. ERIE STORE. — SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT STODDART Jt CU., Patent Attorneys, #1.* Till v?*t. VV aah i agt* a*, I* 4 , <q»p I H. Patent of fie# Patent*. Caveat* aid Ii* laeiiea -ecut—f Trade Murks registered All Patent bual ne** «x*udinned for unwleraU* Fees. Information, Advi«*e an*! special references Seaton request. •kJI IIH I** i’Climi A M4» rn can be mode • o'" I* > “""*™ working tor u-. Person* preferred who can tarnish a horse and give their whole ime ta the bulkiness. Spare m«<raen:s may be prorir-»bly employed also. A lew vacant ie- in t an* md clues, B. K. MJHNS4JN A I UH iou* Vlain St.. Richmond, Va. I "OR SALE.—Two building l**i*, M \*a», *>n I Leopard «tr*et uear Fourth -ii-eet. Inquire at TX E. Fourth itnvL KF..MU V AL Dr. (ie**, E. Rla*'khain tis* removed h    e aud residence to N<». 322 Dove -trcet, 4)vrtcB Hock.-- in a. rn. till acton; I p. ai. till (p. m. sunday forenoon no! a*-*kda even ta bv appointment. WANTED For our Reliable N ureerv Stock, on-alary or ( otn-miaaioii. Write for ie nils Need no exi*cnence (\ a I f #1 A J T ii bkraco ^ALtomtil -.A. MCOMBER ACU Nurserymen, Rochester, N. V eel J c y | ill buy 421* D*.v< I % f * * * ceni*-nI --room ii' ii.-*-.clothe- tire-en, coal and w*e —I house, haudnome varandati •n*l vestibule, ba« k »nx>p ami starm-honee, tcreen doom ami win*Iow», (U.rni aa-hea an*! outside btuida; bamlronicly papered, a* aly painted maid# and out, water sud sink in kitchen anil bvdmut tar lawn. Lot ##xl»a», new udewalba, fruit trees, gar.leu aa*! hot be*! A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT ;iu Hie Merchant# Bank^Bmldnig inquire of lf    Jacob    WArtar#or Frank Mav GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St.. Ha- just received a full liu** of SPH s mm ans imms. Efjunl tu any iii tbt- city, anti at j>ricvH that wi ll pay you to hf-c him b^foi s purchasing. Bt re alo, Bf, Y. We have frequent raquenU lit’ mail fur antu pit'* of new etnbri>i*lar-ie-. Such request- we are pleaied to receive, But we hog to a.sk for particulaia iii regard to the -ara|dt*H wanted. State whether edging*, iiiMcrti**n- or fiuunt ing-, aht» what width und -omt* idea of the jirice. We have a stock of end) oiderieu that i- second to none in the (*oun-try and superior to any in Buffalo, lilt* money value we offer ta -imply unparaltcd, Th ere are edging* from I 4 of an inch to Im itwhc- \vi«l»* in cambric, jaconet, nainaook and Swi'*# mu-tin. Matched -eta in different wiiithfl of edging and insertion of all d* airable kind- of iiiatf-rial. Alt over embroideries n great fariety. Flouncing# in 'he different, width* from 1“ inch)*# to fit) inches. Sp* cia! line- of 4 a rn brie edges at joe. Im*. 12 I-2c I ie. and*25 eta, , p4er \ ani. Adam, Mn Dhi u \ Andfrjon. New good# for this sea-on are coming iii daily. I 1d» luu-lin ud-derwcar atock i- C4>mplete, al%o the linen stock, the cotton gUx’k and the white good- stock. B\ "com-j plot* we mean they have all the new style# in thi- .-eii-4)n’a new good-—all the variety that the best purchasing facilities in lh** cann try can bring together. I lo- V\ inter -to<*k- are olfering gr* at burg tin-. Tnere never wa# a ti nu* when y4*u could trade here more advantageoualy. OUR SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Odd Ties ail Slipper: Mn Hdd.il 'M MilersoR, DRY GOODS, Carpets anil Draperies, Hooks ai**! stationary, A WK RIC AN BDX I, lim-MV MA IS HT It EET BUFFALO, N. V CC. PENFOLD VI-Dufacturer and Importer, 3*4 MAIM ST.. BUFFALO, N. I. WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER & BRIGHT Dongola, with fancy COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALBO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER. WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street. OKAI.KH IN DiiiiiioinJrt,    Watches and Jewelry, J 9    ^ Ckjfkl, -ilv#rwar*, L#ath#r 4,*«*ffa, etc. KSU ft A Vt sa, ti t) Lf} ,f AIL VSR PLATIS» A COM "LSTR LIN K OF Holiday Goods BO 4 JI AIN HT lf KET, * IpiMMlU I (VMI WH* Metal $:C0 REWARD! » K will pay th* aho*# rrwxi-i tar any ■ a## ut Liver 4 oui pi ai at, Dysf>*f»aia, -ick ll#a*lrai**i, Indtsvstion, < on*tipau«»n >tr tmttwma wa .-anf»«it cure with Weat’s VngetaW# Liver rill#, wt»#n the .JirwTiona ar* atrictiy earapiiwi with. Tb#v ar* purely V#g#Uib.«, an*! never fail Ut give nattsfactaoi'i Smrar tJontel. I-arge bo*##, .•onuiujng 50 Cilia. 2ft cvnt*. Beware of co»m-.*rf*tU, an*! tmitatama. Th* f*i»u*n# n*»ou ftezrad univ bv JOHN C W«flT ft OO by Mug HOK’# PU a RMACX. E> Hic*. "• T» DO YOUR N EYS »»»> YOU CET THE WR0NC So4*T-THE RICHT ONES IRE CALLEO PEARL TOP ANO ARE •hide Ml| bf GEO. A. MACBETH k CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. ;