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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO!.. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. FRIDAY. MAY 16, i*9ft. NO 79 B HEPKE8ESTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES A LlSASTiin! CAVE-DI. I ANN O DELIA'S CAPERS la UM Moi* Cl*? FROM WASHINGTON. OF DUNKIRK. * fort I new El Lino MACHINE for ruling A all A BI* of M«aA« is IE* UMI wail*©** Sa ♦ r y«« baa owl iw^artawMBt of (>unk.rk|Cr sting Cooi»»nn*A 4 lEUHUIM on! rn <41 UfUr. Smog*— l«ttr - I •©Haste-: I Wood l ord. 7*0 ss. oppuoilo 5 .eke! Pin!* I of Hat* Md Stall Oma, R. K tiimtkl). fB Md ME tesirnl Am , artist© Pa-togm****. Fb^AucTaotu .f IUL.M a spse©yty s.twr* Moi Mi wa.I fur NMl»M eneenl Am ab*— ll OOM ELA DUET -J A KSS UviJiH pnrior. Now Id A. Wnood sir I Pro- __ _  Bur Eiu •iron, bukirl. St T    ^    * •tv. Paaukieta, e«r-, ooaod iii All BTM (ara** 9T< si»ti« attended ta Ail were g uamsl*""! ti KA MEKA llUEEEEf HOUSE. ms l«Atrti Arr*oft. ffbui«Mk sad relate EaIk in Ii portal a**! CEim, GIM*•'ara, Ar. IV TWENTY-EIGHT-to NERE EUREO, AND PERHAPS KILLED fEm mf IM 'Ult®. kfxufA. godly • Tk.w W IU IM*—Every Balog Wad* to FI od th* uthor*-B«t*r«od h* th* Btoefc-Doaop WIL k As-H Ab Kl bi VI rf lf — All *1-•MHfis* CE' r ID .a .ii**.! Et 0 VB }«-vt*rday a Nu *    •*.    ’L    ..-*1    Wiikaw Bam I'oa! <r » .;^u »t A-bl*. * ;trli MB deal IA/W» oui, . — Abd, arr UA Nu. I gwu^fwmj of the co,'aa rn min# TLev or* working their wet slowly to tho piece • brr* IE* ad* wert El work Httfb Mc Gtyaa. who bd* co hie oat, report* thai dr bn* block* ap th* **n|t way End t bot it I* IEE pod*: bid Ut Blok* OD J brod WET Despite Um heavy foil ibm is e food current of mer po—I Eg Lhreugk tJbe mlim TW re is * bios wet attached to the BAIM sod us lo— th* bies sr*- kern rued entirely a tWy ba} moEp* by tkis rout* About I wont? -eight tues Ere Ina p noosed by ti** M# U Armit* WunABi New Yofco May if — A Herald dispatch frow FL>*b* gi tm panic Mar* af tW aper* Uoos of Madaflse Due Debar la Rob—. Ob May • the rpuok Priest*** telegraphed fro— Pu* to the Hotel bnrtei asking to batea fine apa na—ait reserraA WWaoE* ameed ber oaij baggage wo* a *—Ell sex >b* registered *e Mr* NI A. RL . band af london Day after day she feasted aa cham pogo# aad ever? aeneas y tbs hats! could furnish Her carriage totes en /maoa* Ob &W fourth day tW proprietor, Signed Yr©ausu grew pieMiue sad demanded pojrroenc Priestess woe indignant She said hor draft* had boc arri red I set Bight. Dx— Debar ordered a ear ridge to go to the Americas church ob lh* Via Nib— Sh* laid th* driver ta Ic* bee act near the church, sad ta call for bar at a later hour Wbea th* amafi rec nraed the decaf Ter had fed aad Re*. Dr Ne re* rector af the church, had a latter which *he had left for ta* hotel pro pnrter eadoetag a draft far iou franca draws ob Pierre Maroa* of Philadelphia aad fugued ~M A Holland * Signor F roo ti a J had ber box opened aad MR. M’KINlEY wants the tariff DEBATE UM.TED Me Be*en* rn Reeeietlao ta Thai Which I* Bitterly Oppeeed by the ■ leant? — Bon ate* Teller Ceeclsdes ■ ie Speech ae the J wee* Bile— Btu. Or her which extend* over a half -lie found on o*d petticoat and tw* stole crust* and ii * “ Mettled Iud— a portion of Tillage called Maffetl s ad tee I HEU a q 'MAfTAlDl A HGTBL, IU I—, ll per day.    . Sioux ia ou* sec tee. , »trt oo*t Bnnrdie* % iclor it. Aer. aad BfT Lka eireei. ti ITW BA KBE It sMOr ,    cha*    hogie. Prvp, c o>ter I-* Ar Shore Xodooai Baa A Jester sad TAir! street*. A • *• hut rump aad Boo*—ne (gar*. M-'At.il a ooh, < (Cfs Proc , ucai hor— eEoara Porucwiajr oUeub/* tftt* Ut laterfunag burses Shoes ag of ran u,tr tt.bg hum a Apeman? I) unAtHh evexijiu obickvkil lATgEot DaUy I* ti e Coaaty. Aa •ir-T-|Hall'r1 a*l*eru*.»f aril#* Ut .TICnth *3*4*1* MMK! Ste COH rnrrct it anilaw a tv p toe-donofhetmrer* of angia**, Whr, COMP AX I Pulley* urg-.ogo. I HAI HK Ie ai bt co, an. aa ^■■■Masu tor lurer* sa d ■ Crc lei anal     . mwtir aal ^Dunkirk jwrlecl I‘re— shirt*, cis MOjr ta all lead*** fur ut* (..ag. ‘ *     IDI rh jwrl ________  __    Ma—*4 aivtsisg awl dry good* bon— »a i>ush*rh. D. r. TOO MXT,      __ AM aaa 4» Lh— etr ort. ta Fioar. Weed, oil. NAI Hay. Pbos o*t*4b square thickly Patch. OBI TICTIM roCXD At about 5 a clack it wa* announced that ane of the rescued pan ie* had auc-caoded la breaking through one of tW chamber* ^aneath the care It wa* C JU p aa, however before tWy roached the first of the eu usi* Ho wa* lying at the bottom at a fifty foot plane and is order to rescue him it became aoceaaary to lower a miner down with a rop* Th la wa* doae and the charred and blackened fora of Anthony Frvrn*. the finn nett— woe hoisted to the "surface He Still •*• aile* but kl* injuries are considered fatal When tbs new* spread that Freya# wa* burned a feeling of gloam came aver th* ald misers present for they realised that there wa* tittie hope of h— coat pan loos having •scaped death Froyae is *uppe*ed to ham wandered away from the Ether* aad whits trying to find a way woo of ga* in *nm* ald chamber lf t ex pl ce-ic— extended to whore the other men • ere the chance* of ewe ap* are Tory light MAXY BCHS** WR EC KKD Wrack and rum were wrought on the turf a,* as well ae in tho fatal pit Naariy a score of house* are shattered and destroyed and the families were -ump*lied to flee for their lives Tb* Latent report *•-<! “but I woald prefer to see a British of bread laeastigauoa disclosed that th* tare— had triad ta entangle many guiohad Catholic c hurch mea One day she cal led ob Mgr Campbell, rector of the Scotch college, aad wan tad ta coaita* ta him. saying she had a groat ca— of burdened cot—cMBoe Mg? Chap hell suspected ber. far the re aeon that ab* claimed to he Eag)ii»h white ha wa* mr lain abe wa* an American sad declined Then she went to Dr Nevia af the A mer ked church, aad <aid she wa* a novitiate sun. and that there wa* a von* Cachetic conspiracy, with Mgr Campbell at the band of it. to drag her mto a a aa nary aga .net aer will Dr Nevi* ad ti—d her to apply for protection ta the Bnu-h amt—ador >he called eo lord Difiena sad told him Abe bad bm aped from a nun aery and • anted Fag lam I ta prefect ber from the m«t mutton The ex viceroy asked if alout canard an axplo- had anything to show that she wa* a Bnf lab subject ‘ Why. certainly," replied his visiter, pulling out a photograph of Cg ween Vie tori* from ber bosom -Here is a picture©? our queen " Lord Daffena was unmoved patriotic busmen* "Thai la a portrait of our by thin ebAUw, etc. HGTILL Depot. Easy too— house* Beet a»r» .a Travener*. E bt-heil, UTT aad tHAAi Sot—. Laioa ace*** Ut of tra.ne aad y-e tixoa»«UtK«* for Co—- juan J. Mux pay, I'rwp. tv HLCRM * IU. 'j    rn    ho    i    — I. Th rd Airrov r ec I urn.lure, lahtaei B ore toieiarmg. Pieta— Fro I/* D. I • are sui I p* as* lr lo Ord—. HATTt»o> a te, BH Central Ava. xoucrsol I mAmhi Aal c»«aUeaAe» MutaUEia. I A KF Ll STRAM HRATIXG OO- U«c afoetarer. et SU— ii*an»g Ap part I us Bari! terr plus bing a Specialty. Ii OMC ET CAM LAC X DK V Our •pectaibes. Ti— Shirt*, tee; *oU*f« Ac; cut*. AC. and Lac* corial aa Free Deist ary, A VT Cuwausg*, MT Oater Air—t II K OEHM. A Third si., cor of Bu Fate M*q ufaetorvr sod le& er . * f ne Boot* A Sh©— ii OKI WK1LXK X SIB STORE, KB L Third al hoi—a. htauuosrv, Musicai I* •u oaten I*. Mag ax: sos.!*** iy md a —Alv Paper* rn I mn u»irg pvrtmo.ivg I© a Erat cia— bm A achoo. Hoot* a *P«C*: la. tv J OB PRLXTLXG of ETEry leeenpti.w aad at lowest art ag n— ay Dan At rh PneUag Co— pan>, I sod Ii E >ecood Sc JIA. VAX    Bl* REX h    BOX, Fir* Aocxdcat And GEaeral    isauraada.    Deal ort rn heal final* sad Loa**. Parlicniar oU—(tea pa«d    n> (he care of    property eoiiect £/•-    BH (Jester ac.    tad Nor. i ag real# ti* Center NI OXBOW* PH.IKMAIT, MO centra, area — tfaadM uarien hir Wall Pap— Psi at .Otic Ac. PRKR IX*. J. W„ SB cesier air—C Max. u tar lurer and deal— .a Haroeea. Xaldtea, Baul—, coil ara, Traaka,X hp*. Buffa*) Boh—, y -ar Cot— GVot— M a*» a and * taiga Bohea I) Bi HOLTE*. TT ,    IT    Ani Third atroce FawuHiaatdE Tailor. Geane—as will iad ii w their ad va©tog*' Ae call os toe b#f* >r* parcEaatag > B. t ai A CIL ta Lm— »treat 'cr*—) Hard ware, While Lead,!* Laramie-* Sup; - .es. Cli Clothe, Grax ie Warn. A *pecr It xtl HhrrwiaWilhaoi* Pa ct aad Monroe rmaga R I LI XU. *u- h a* Ulaak-hoohA, ledgera. sad all kind* of blank* lose at Dunkirk Prtauag Co—paay, » And te X tteCMgd at. ■ | L DOLPH MOLDXX HAI KIL I v    Our.    T    bird    aad Baff al© Sim. I tester ta Graal—, Marble. !>»».. ag aao Bm.d/ag '•(©os. Gal. aa rn * fore our ** your ss de-wa* A RISLX! a co, I ami I Ani Front a—esc Whisky, W.are. Brand.aa y^aerai Liq nor Bfeor* tor Family Cam mig KT M HI. LM— —ret, near the (tepee tv ar I. ug. bate, lewd aad Ll Tory sm.t etabi ag by the day — week aa reawMiaba K O AM J. GIFFORD. Kl Contra: A*a (Uf N eta r*L General lunmce aal Usa, fie tab ag—IL Fire. LM, AondeaL sad Live Ptocl. * ..JU.] Bori    Pro—pl a Mea ti on    f tit to Lu yea* aa© ac I ii ag Bra. Ty ti doX EA ^ X Third *C. em fixoelaior M—i Market FTwaA, ami aa smoked Mea ta, Lard. Sausage*. Oyater* aa I* Mil ITT VV w A TCRXX JKWVLBI, •But the Aurora Batin—4 Watch. Aepainag a Apecihty Inti f hupL a K Third ac «. MoGEK. Kerr nae I Tau©*. TW central A vs*at P IU IF E—vlOX AX. K T ROLPH. M I>. PtTootB ami a-irgeo* * Ac* ©Tar Ly a‘» Drug 9t»re. bs—e, Ceaoral Ave*—-Tteepho— No, a. Cal— —av be —ft at Lves’a. from cb* scene of tb* disaster t* to the af feet tbat the rescuing party ba* penetrat od ta within sight of taro dead bodies but j the go* wan an thick that they were drive* | bock to the surface The place is full of black damp and further approach th the direct ion of the * let usa ta tm possible. even with safety lamp*. A* It look* dew. very little hope ta entertained that any of the men will I— rescued alive The cb—ria — ably a %n ort i. vt once from the point where tier six mine rn. John I Clark Bernard Riley John Green. Daniel Green. Daniel Hawkins and William Erie* were imprisoned rn Uke manner during th* BK’Uih of April, HCM. and who •uoet*«ed on rn ale iu«—t for rn days, when they were mat bed by a rescuing party aad fwund rn good health and little the worse far (heir haxardous experience The men who are now antouibed are nearly all mar j nod and have Larga families dependent ©pan them for support Th* eerie around the mouth of the pit ta a heartrending on* Wit— and mothers trwwd ck—e up to the dark opening and peer in as if their love would dispel th# I dark or— of tb* fatal depths, white the I crt— of ti— little ones calling for their | fathers make the hearer sick with pity. l bs men who form the rescuing parties are stranger* to fear and if it I* within lh* bounds of peasitkHty ta reach the men .nude they will be rescued alive or their I bodies restored very soon The official list of tbowe imprisoned is as follow* Fills ll VA lUiatns. aged BO married. aev*c chiiLrvu rrtwdes at Hanover township Harry Parker, aged it year* married five children reside* at Newport township Gwen Parker son of Harry F^arkar egad ! IT. Michael Henry, aged 42 married two 1 son* residence at As© ley Theta*- C Da tit ,;gr J < years married eight children. Aah»ey J ©ha Scad ley. aged A* aul* support af a widowed mother Ashley. Michael Seal ley. bact ber of John Scalier aged IT. residence at Ashley. Daniel Sullivan aged 45, wren childre! | tone aa rn val hi A WU hee Barr* John Hanson, aged 2£ Bingle Moffett's Patch John Allen, aged A. a—natant mix— boas. Ashley, married, three chUdren. taken oui | —rioualy burned at ? SD p rn Robert W Roberta aged S7 year* mar nevi. brought to surface at if p rn., fatally burned. Ashley Harry J Jones, aged 3&. married, three children Newton Robert I Pritchard, aged 90. married, one child. Hanover. Charka James aged SS, married. St* children. Hanover Anthony Fro true, married, one child. rescued at 7 o'clock, badly burned. Ashley Plan* John James aged 92, married, two children family in Wales . Ashley John Williams, agad K married, rn ahikiien Newton Jonathan William*, agad XI. married, two children. Newton, Richard Jones aged Si, married, two i-hiidren. Newton. NAM]lam Edwards aged JE married, two children Wlikes- Barra Th .ma* J Wahoo— aged 3b married, ©ne en lid. Ashley Thorns* l'alu«*. aged 3X married, no children. Newton Gwen Williams, aged 4b. married, Ashley John Hempsey ag rd CL ai ogle Moffett* Patch Frank Gallagher, aged J* single T*u Hungarian* named Bulb A ta ut b o'clock t her* wa* a shout and ti— crowd eagerly pry—norf forward Two aiimv were coming out, bearing a limp mali on a stretcher The rescued man proved to be Fire Boas John Alien He •a* unconscious sad badly burned but will probably recover I: is said that Aliens lamp set fire to gas aad caused an explosion. At YAU o'clock Robert Roberts was brought out Ha was so badly burned that be can hardly recover Anthony Froyne was the only other man takes out He is badly burned and ocher wise seriously in J arad At midnight the rear a log part—a were driven out of th# gangway* by th* ga* They toft their safety lamps outside aad went la agma, hut ae tbev could ©aly grope around la the dark ne— they could accomplish nothing An effort — being ma*ie to change the cur rent of air so aa to dri *e the gas away from whore th* v ictim arc supposed to ba pompon ' Ti at k —ack od Abb O Del—out and she retired la cc—fu—ou The hotel proprietor aet the police on tho went They teamed that tbepnen— A*d taken refuge is the coevent of the -Poor 'wrvant- of the Mother of God " St— en gaged two rooms aad talked grandly »f laking a whole sui*e When the delegate of the police rate '<— the convent Mr* Dias Debar had goo* to hod She wa* lamed * out the next morning aad arrested. She • ore a nag which the mid the pope Lad given her This she chawed the guards and de bed them When the pne*U>*» *m a—r bed 'be nag had disappeared Her property coarcted of a comb and a book on magic and 1 the black art. by Hartman with —any passages anders ©red From papers found on the pr—oaer • person it Ic—ha aa if »be had come to Rome with big game in ’ view THE CAPITOL COMMISSION They Auth*eta* Mr. Ferry to Urn With th* Rep—Br Wert I ALBAX!, May id.— Lieutenant Got Jones and blate Kngineer Bogart the ad T—ory comm—biol ( rented by the capitol appropriation bill. have been la consulta taos with Capitol C'omaiaaioaer Perry and authorised him to proceed with the work as anon a* practicahle The plane prepared by Mr Perry forth* rea* jdeikng of that section of the second door directly under the awembly chamber have been ta the main aet' —d upon. The plans contemplate the fitting up of the Golden Corridor in committee rooms for the use of the tegfelatur* and the con section of the anet*rn sad western secu©na of the outer corridor by carrying that corridor through the vee©od d;v:>K»a court of appeal* ream The suite of rooa— sow occupied by the second division will be remodelled sad refurnished and made ready for the occupancy of the court by the time the court reconvene* in the early part of next October HE WOULDN'T BE WHIPPED Owe of KU A Bf!«*tMtpiM »gr« BU— wa I tea p Assail aa ta. Mlrii#’an, Mise Met IC—A cumber of men In t Le weste-u part of hem per county have recently bee* p aymg the i.art of ragxuntor* or wb t.vrapa. In ae re re I in-j stance* they hav> c .ae int© I— tderdate county and whippe J «nnnemfnlly part—s —moistly necr oat -who they thought needed puu:*nment. ^cndav night They went to the hoaae of a negro named A udrrvou They first tried to get Ander©>n out of the house, but he barricaded hi* door end refused to show himself They then attempted to break down the door, but failing ta thin, they fired the boa*# after telling Anderson • wife that ane could come out When she did so. Anderun ran out and fired into . the crowd, killing I/©ins Lund and. it rn •ald. we anding two others, name* un known The negro ewaped Them is a strong feeling aga.nu the regulators and the negro ha* many * yin pat falser* A Calli*!aa lo Mow York Barbar Nim YoBX. May IX—Tha steamer Stat* j of Georgia of the Slate line. • bite putting out to sea. coll,©rd with the Brook.Iva ferry buat Pat ilk in the Fast river The 1 ferry boat was crowded with pas**ngexs wha were all badly frightened bat ne one wa* injured The Georgia crashed through the guard and into the starboard cabin of the ferry boat, damaging her about ll.(WO The Pacific wa* laid up for repairs the Georgia proceeded to sea Wkxhttgto* May I*—The aet.ate yew tentsy resumed coustderatioa of the silver hill, and Mr Teller continued his argument He «ald there were two features of the bill which should be ameooed tf the Mil wa* to perform tho two things which ti* friend* purposed to accomplish by it— that wa* ta raise the price of silver and to give to Hi* coor.try an increased circule Hon h wa* absolutely accessary that the treasury no'e* grinded (or ta the hill i abc©Id have the highest possible money function If one of thy principal duties of money the discharge ©. .© . otwincwas denied it, iu de pre i.*:    rid the *u*pea : teen of silver punhasea under the bill would be In vt tad He did nut deny that the passing of the law would put the price of silver ap Its very introduction had that effect There was a party, not in the United States alone, but ail over the world, that held the credits of the world, that took toll from all quarter* that levied tribute aa all en tarp rn—* and that woe arrayed ) against Aiver a* money For seventeen years that party had held the whole civil lied world It had .ta seat in Europe but i it hod its influence h*rv It had added one third to the national debt of the United j State* by legislation aad had added aa , equal amount to the spate municipal and individual debt* And did anybody be lie vc that tb#*r people were now ready to surrender their vantage to adopt a financial system that woald relieve the tax-ridden debtor* of this country and the world and put them back on the plane where there were in 1573* Mr Butler lamed Mr Teller to give hi* idea of the effect of free cornage on silver is internal monetary arrangement* Mr Teller said he would do so Everybody had to admit, he said, that th* proposed bill woo o temporary affair Not or— mem her of the finance committee would c I olm that it woo o permanent thing. The bill woo a half way act—me It afforded no ret—f whatever except in making a special market for wiver ta ex (.aas te the present government demands of dOuO.uftu a rn en th Mr Hoar inquired whether, even without the dr-menernation of silver in 18T3 its price would nut have fallen Mr Teller refiled that if the United States had remained on the double standard an I if t*.e deu.'vuiratio*    cwr la Germany had brought down the price of wiver and if the latin union had restricted ■liver <m arf©*.at of the effect af German aiver on the market the mints of the Un.ted "tate* would have been open immediately to the carnage af silver and every diver awner etold have taken ms silver to the mint aad had it roo verted into legal tender money, again vt which there woo then at lea** so prejudice anywhere He quoted All—on. Hum* and at ber historian* for the assert ton that the decline of Rome wa* ta be attributed to the lack of money, and that “The Dark Age* had n*»uitcd from tke same <_au*e Mr Blair asked Mr Teller to state connection with the fall of price* in agricultural product* that there had been no rel alive increase im quantity Mr Triter did make that statement and added that the trouble woe not one af over production but of under production. Mr Allison asked him to state, in thai us.< connection, that the price which the fanner obtained for hts prod nee bow would pay for as much of the things be bought, as the higher price which he obtained former,y. Mr Teller admitted that t© vimt things which the farmer bo ag ut this wa* true, but be added that there were some things which had not fallen and which the farmer had to pay Hi* tax** had not fallen the mtercst on hts mortgage had not fallen In &mclu*iom Mr Teller *aid some senator* might be governed by fear of the executive veto. but he would follow the dictates of hi* judgment He believed if every senator would do this they would have a free coinage act Mr Coke next add rossod the senate in favor of a free and unlimited coinage of silver He could not support the tell a* reported from the finance committee It discriminated aga;nu silver in leaving to the secretary of the treasury the right to determine how much of the silver to be purchased should be coined into money. and a* the sereetarv thought there • as already too much silver evened it was sure that with that disc ret .on in the secretary not another dollar would be coined At the clo** of Mr. Coke s epee* h t he adver hill went over till to-day. mud miler rn brief secret sesoK n the senate adjourned •tractive tactics Did Ute Georgia remember thai rn the fourth eoagrees but one day given to the mutter ta loo of _____ bill* In the Forty-fifth cor ewes the tariff bill had been cen—de red s in Zn the Forty-eighth congress it ha© bees oooted-m de red l ne days When the speaker was is a minority be wa* clamoring for debate [Laughter } Mr Spriager of Illinois said that ta th* Forty eighth congree* there were en the De rn arr at ic side twelve or fifteen members who voted with the Republicans ta sinks out th# enacting clause Mr McKinley—Yes. and among them twelve or fifteen ar twenty members was tke noblest Democrat that ever Goad aa that side—ram uel J. Randall [App la aas ) Mr McMillan inquired wfaak cader tho resolution woald beearn* af the ~m~%A meat*erdered ta the committee et the • bal* aad do* di»paned et by nasa Wedne*»lay* Mr M< Kialey— They will fail Mc McMillan—Aad it lo your object Ss make them fail. Mr M< Kmley demanded the previous question Mr Breckenridge of Kentacky moved to lay the resolution on the table Leat Th* previous question woo ordered aad th* resolution wok adopted vee* ae, soys WB Mrwp. Morrill, Sawyer and Yoder were appointed conferee* on the waste depend eat pension bill The houee thee went into committee of the whole. Mr Grw venor of Ohio in the chair, oa the tariff bill The rending af the bill consumed the remaimier of th* lay. and ok It* cue elusion the committee reno and the bouse adjourned T"7r\£? the world of sport. I 23ZEL!X3Et    T    ILC.    Z A GREAT SURPRISE AT THE GRAVESEND RACE TRACK MR. WiNDOM’S AMENDMENT. Ho W ants o < Agoge ll tho J' NaOa "liver HIU. WAABrXUTGX. May Id—Mr Sherman Introduced ta the venal* yesterday aa amend me ut to the June* salver bill tent to him by the *ecrrtnry of the treasury. The amendment is a* follow* “That upon the panning of this act the balance* standing with th* treasurer of the United Sr ate* to the respective credits of natmuaJ ‘tanks for deposit* made ta re deem the nn Histing notes of such bank* and all dept jai te thereafter received for like purpose -hall Or covered into th* (rcvwury aa a mswelianeous receipt, aad the I rea* urer of th* United States -dialI redeem from the general ca-»h in the Treasury the circulating note* of I Lank which msy com# into his je>«*e -«M>n subject to rehem p two. and upon the cert ilk at* of lh* comptroller of th* currency that such notes have boe* received by him and that they have barn destroyed sad that no notes aril] he tenu«d in their plate, reimbursement of their am Min* "hall be made to the treasury un der -net regulation* a* the secretary of the treas-ury may prescribe from an appropriation hereby created ta be known a* nations! *>*r k notes redemption account, but the provision" of this act shall not ap ply to the deposits dec!land under see non 3 under at of June. Ik74. requiring every aanonal bask to keep in lawful money w k the trva*urerof the United Mate* s * im equal to 5 per centum of .ta arcula, .ob t© be held sad used for the redemption of it- cir* Mil at jag Dotes and a balance remaining of th* deposit* so ooe-r red -Lh I si the rh joe of each month ha reported on (he monthly public debt stale men' ae debt of the United "tate* bearing no intr rent “ las* so Uyse Swivels. Elgin, 111., May IX—The Freeport Flyer oa The Northwestern road. white goiag forty miles sa hour, ran into an open switch aad a gravel train sear south El gin Both engine* were totally demol i*h#d Engineer Ryan aad Baggagemaster Brooks of the paweager train were badly hurt, and the fireman of the gravel train was injured Be tr14*s«« Against Nrw Yore. May lfi—Leslie MacLeod, aas nn sir editor of Wallace s Monthly was discharged from custody im th* pollee coart yesterday Mat. Land was charged with being implicated with Robert I* Wallace im steading money from John H Wsiiaoa Th* court taw* was not satertoat * video rn agen MacLeod IX THE HOUSE. WAEBISGTox Mat Id.—In the house yesterday Mr McKinley of Ohio reported a resolution providing that hereafter the house shall meet at ll o'clock, that after the reading of th* journal and the dispuoal of conference reports the ho uh* shall go into committer of the whole on the tariff tell, that th* bill shall be read through commencing with paragraph IU and shall be open to ameDdm*ot« on any part of the tell fallowing paragraph HO, and that on Wednesday next at lf noon the hill with pending amendments shall be reported to the house Th* revolution occasioned a long debate and severe critk Dm of the majority members of the ways and means by the Democrats for reporting the resolution that the tariff tell shall be reported to the house on Wednesday next The resolution was finally mlopted—yea* I SY. oars, 9B Mr Blount of Georgia criticised the ma jority of the rom rn! Tree on rules for reporting the revolution Th* majority of tike house had adopted a code of rule* which recognised th* right of debate in th* committee of th* who!* It had given tb* committee power to limit debate It hail provided that IOO should constitute a quorum, and yet after all the** re^trainta thrown over the consideration of a tell in ! committee it was proposed to set said* th* rule governing the committee Before tim tell had been considered at all th* fiat had , goo* forth that four days would be permitted far general debate under th* iv* minute rule Th* very announcement had repressed debate Gentlemen im the Democratic side had felt that it was Kite to prepare for the discussion He protest rd agalr."t the resolution as un-American, unwise and violent in par!.ament ary procedure ‘Applause . Mr McKinley tented that the resolution had any purpose ta stifle debate It was intended to coaoentmte debate in the paragraphs aad previsions et th* tell The roo©.©ta. a wa* not to deny ta the min ort tv f read ou. of de hale but ta deny to it the right to delay public busman* by oh Sir. Washtogtoo Xtsps Oat Rochester N Y Mav id -The pnbhc was mach si rprised test evening ta team that L"viug Wa«hmrf'>n. superintendent of the State fad’ "trial school, had Nan soddenly di*jr!!"'0*d from that pvsition O' a vote of the board ©r managers It has <eea *upp.»*ed that Mr Wa"Lmgtoa's ad ministration bas bees very sucoeasful ©od •a*Ma. n.ry Mr Washington matte a taterr ent to a United Pm* reporter to the effect that he lose" hi" posit ion through the opposition of Thomas Raines, chair man of th* 'leiting committee who, for sam* nexplicabie reason, has for sc rue tim# exhit ted a personal animosity to ward him Mr Washington took the position of "iperintendeat in November 196 He i" an old newspaper man A Verdict (Juirkly Re; PITT-Brim. Mat IX—Th* rase of the United "tate" vs the Cham ber*-Me Krn manufacturers and James < ampbell and William clicker of the Glass Worker*' union was taken up sn rh* United -a a tao circuit coart ye-Le rd a J Th* charge against defendants was that forty-five tclaas wert en had ere '•Taught her* under ©mat rat is from England aad given work at th* Chamber* McKee glare w ork* at Jeannette After a number of • .tnesaae were examined the prosecution rested The defense off, red no testimony and without argument and only a very brief charge by Judge McKennon to the jar* the jury without lea ti ag their seat* rendered a verdict of “not guilty." rafts J ll. a Beak Outfitter. Carri** (HF th* BrvskJra ■aarfirap Wltkwat aa Exert. Baal tag I Aa Crocks by Mao? Longing— At I As Ut Aor Comr mo* - Ba salts af tAa Ball Gowaa Geavisfxd Race Trace. May lfi—The race track mf the Brooklyn Jockey dab yesterday was simply jammed with a so..d nae- of humanity The caus* of the crush woe the great at nu ai stake race of this club—th* Brooklyn hood lea o—wk irk wa* run It had rained dun** rh* ear Iv boars of the morning, but by noon th* sun cam* out. and many who had hesitated about going hurriedly mad* ready aad started out The track woo very heavy, caused by the rams of th* morning, and this caused Belmonts pair Raceland and Fides to be scratched, much ie the dlaap poi at merit of that stable * many ad intr era Th* conditions and starters ta th* mc* were as follows Th* Brooklyn Jockey club dandies?, for hyear oids and upwards, vain* at which w guaranteed to *• flu Out th* second I hors* to receive X NIU and th* third ll,UGO I I Ss mite* Starters Castaway II. IOO lbs Bunn odds IS to I Badge. 114 Hay ward», 5 to L Erie. UU W arwick! Ski to I. 1am Angstes. Iii Barnes ; X to I Cynosure. IOT VJ Regan 15 to L Com* to Taw* lit iDay), Id to I. On flam me. IOU Aaderson 4 to I. Yengeur. iud Martini: JU to I Sir Dixon, lit tGamaon); 4 to I W~hen th* hell rang there we* about JO,* UUU people present Th* flag fell to a very good start, with Castaway ll in front and Vangeur sorood and the others in a clue* bunch Passing the <mod th* rear ill na ion closed somewhat os Castaway, wha was only a length in front of Vengeur Then came Enc. Sir Duk-on aad Lea Aa gelee. Going around the first turn tbs same pootUon were beld. save that Caam way slightly increased his lend and th* tail ender* moved up slightly On the beck-stretch < aet* w*« increased bis Lead to three length* and was romping along as if he liked it Erie wa* second, a half length in front of Vengeur, who was a neck in front af Cynosure, arith the rest in a close bunch On the far turn Casta way was dx lengths ta front, with Badgs three length before Sir Dixon, whom Gar noon had cm*amra* rd ta move Bodge dropped back to fourth place, the other* strung out Turning into the stretch it woo plain that it wa* Caskaway’s race The other* lagan ta move up with their mouths open. but th* heavy going inter fared arith them Erie moved the quickest and went into second place, while Badge improved hi* from fourth ta third Carns to Taw rook fourth place aad the ethers began to tire They bulbed la this arder ( antaway II rum ped ta a winner by six length" Badge "etond, three lengths before Erie. third. Come ta J/w fourth; thee Iaw Auge lea. Vengeur. Or; flora me Sir Dixon and Cynosure The rinse. J IU wa* very faxt considering the track The quartern were run is the follow.Cg time 25. a1, TIT1*, TAJ, TIA The mutuals on Castaway paid Bile 50 The following leo summorv of the races; Fir** rate. N mile:    Civil    Service    first. Blue Rock second, Ford ham third; time. I OSS- Second race. I I IG miles Eon first. Sluggard second, Mauston* third, time, not taken Third race. Expectation stakes, \ mite Abundance colt first. Terrifier second. Turmoil third terne. JU Fourth race. Brooklyn handicap, 1^' mites Castaway II first. Badge second, Eric third time. J IO Fifth race V% mites:    Correction    Ural. Clandi ue second. Roulette third ti ave 51 Sixth race, I mile Sparling first Foe made second QueMal third time. I 4© Accused of Forgery. Rid Bam. N J.. May Id —Joseph Field. Jr.. son of Joseph Field, the wealthiest man in eaoSern Monmouth county, is ar cased of f< -ti.az hi* father* name to check* an i la* <te-appeared A warrant for hi* arr*-" i- out Young Field, who m IS year* old. is very finely educated, and teat w riter published a magazine called Th* Angela* He La* been very wild. and is said to have .tefra .-ted his father oat af *eve rn I thousand ch* I lor*. Presbyterian (.eaeral (Mvobly. Saratoga. May 14 —Th* Presbyterian genera] aowmbly convened bere yesterday At th* afternoon session Rev Howard Crosby of New York read a report on “Th* Church at Home and Abroad * No work of importance wa* transacted aad th* aa •embly adjourned with prayer f <>ui)d Hangtag tm a Tree. WxWEUxa, W Va. May Id—Th# body of Paul Took, a wealthy farmer was found hanging to a tree, near Beverly, Randolph county, Wednesday night. Th* budy had been hanging several days It to believed he was murdered TA* Bonrtx>R ” W loo ie a Walk. Philadelphia. May Id — TheRepublican convention ta the Third congree*!ox■ I district dei Hied it inexpedient to nominate a candidate and adjourned Next Tuesday will therefore be a walk over for Mr. Vaux. Hals I aad. A Recept loo ta Karst Hi Br*iMltx. May IX—Mara* who lately took charga et The Union, wa* tendered a reception at tho Union League club last Bight. About *.(iU0 leading Republicans of Brooklyn attended    _ Lust A of Heary Borro*. May IX-Henry dent et tbs Mason A Hamlin pan J, died here yesterday, agad 3fi WaroaA Hay a1 Louisville. Lodi TILLE. May IG—Find rec* yester day. ^ mile Ors I. Katun* I Jeanette 3 time 5k Second rsv, s mile:    Rosa    Howard    I. Major Thornton 2 Woodford 3 time 52 Third race, one mile and seventy yards Mt lebanon I, Cecil B ii. Betime 3; urn* IM. Faun race, H mile Lady Washington 1. Ethel J. Anne Elisabeth I. time I ut A Fifth rate, one mite Lou tee Forest I, Lugeni* 2. Llume 3 time I Tester*!*?'* Boe*Gail Lanes. pla rasa iaasck At Brook Ira Brook ; v a    I 5 » ® I U I • *— T Chicago    assaut I *X-4 Boat kit"—Brook!jo Al. Chi- ok© A Errors- Brooklyn L Chicaga I. Bo!ten** Van Ha.tree, sud Cook: Xing sad Farrell. Cm pi ess Gaffes* and Borneo Th* other gaitte* vers pootpunod es sc count of rom. MATTOS AL I JLA Okra. The games of th* National league were postponed ram. AMERICAS SOPOCI Aflow At Rochester Rochester .a0U03US9Sl-« CW am OUM .....0    I I a t • I • t S- I Base kit*- Rot Lester X Columbus IL Errors Rot norter 4. < '©I u is bus A Rotten** Barr and M< Claire Gootnght sad OH'** nor I'm pi re Ewa) la At !*yT*< os* - Byram**  I euasaai I- a rn. Louw    aaa******-* Baw hit* syracuse IX. -*t- Louis S. Errors Syracuse L "t Louis A Battenee- Keefe aad Briggs. Rams*? sad Earle. Umpire- Barnum Other Ass*- ©suo* games pat potted urn aeronat of rain Aerator Stanford’s Brot Anc Dead. Was*:xerox. May IU. — Senator Stan ford received a telegram yesterday an nonncmg the death of bm brother JoniaL Stanford of Oakland The senator had invitation* nut for a dinner to beg! vex taut night to members of the cabinet and sen ate and for rn dinner to be give* next Thursday to the president All of items have ‘era recalled The dinner of next week was to have -vee one af the magnificent features of the social season The senator s agents had been telegraphing to all parts of tho United States for more than a week ordering dainties for the f A >4 so Pier Mi New Yore. May Id.—A telegram an DOU nor* the stranding an the Florida coart of the "teaon-hip City of Alexandria, at th* New York and Cuban Mail com paay. The vessel left the city last Saturday with a full complement of passengers and freight far Cuban aad Mexican porta BOYS AKO GIRLS'HAST Men m and    Boys    Mixed Ms- ms    Mt*« Dress    lls*-    iv Boy* Fsrcy    F in! M tw    n»t-    tl,’y Youth • fine, H'-bbv shipe Lory Mrsw Hate silk ril l* n band. be*l qualities ool> 47c., worth TBe A snorted style* Boy* plain and fane? style Str?»w hats. for §< bool ft J 35c.    Boys’    fancy school lists, extra gov*! quai    ti*", only 17c.    Girl*    wide*rim Liney    school Hats.    * n!y    I7r Girls’ wide-rim plain Sailor Hats. solid color", only liq Girl* fine broad-rim fancy Sailor Ne bool IDI- only 22-Girl*' plain and fancy mixed drei-s Hats, only 2-V *n,i 3rtk\. worth 4bc    Girls’ wry stylish dr» ss    Ii*!-,    fanc y braids, only 40c    and 4te    Miser" stylish    circs*    Hat- very desirable, only 63 aud Gk*. Ladies lar^e sunj-bade Hats, only 15c.    Mm’s p’ain    white Mat ai aw dress    Hats wor h 75c , only    37 and 47c Met.'* fancy    "iran    dr< Hat* worth 40c.. only 17c Girls and Boy* Farcy Flannel Cap*, st} lith and vr'\ desirable, univ tee. OM todies Mull and Lace Capa infant* and children • plain and faocj Lace Capa. fr<-m Tdc. lo 5<>e.. nee est pal terns EniEI 3TOR.3D. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT V I«11 -1 > A rn I A - «• i i -J-1 jm W aohi&f b-(.. tee ii I ». I i.. See. Fsteaio, Cavvais and Re Issues wrureI rro-3* Marks rvg.su-r*-:    Ail    PaU*til    b>«*>le*-«© c©u<!ucieU l©r sbu-leraie ices. lafcetuaU a Advice and special rvfereores seat os requcAt qjlfi ta ifjifii A MOUTH eau bv -saJ* St*— IS C«uv«ev working tor UA. Perio« pre-l«TTt»l SM coe fur*J kb a burse ar*d g i or Uirir »t im* co tin busine sa. Spare ta- ©aer ■ * a© y be profitably cwt -orrd ai«o. A tew vacant >c* ca ; or» aa* cit wa. iv. S. JOHNSON A IUH KA© Mur, Sa. Richmond. Va I/ok SAI.E-Two bai Nit ag Ml M'xhs, an Leupord aireet arar FourtS atreel. lu jutre at TS K. tOurth siree I Kl led AL Dr. (too. I., bio* k ba in hmm removed k -f it » and rem-tepee I© X*© ESS |x*vr »tm-t Os rn a Hoi arc-is a sa. itll »--•© I p. rn Ull 4 p is. "ua-iav for-ftp•.» sad •mA-iav evenn.r* i v a pp. hi, tic*-nu WANTED For our Re a ab ie N urserv "tuck, os Soiarr or ( os mission. MT rte for Vein-Xsed B*» ripen eooe Ail f All T hi SALtSMtN hoi he-ter, X T *1 i | g & U iii bai    es* flue* "(reel—a    * <« % I * ™ '    iii***    I r* - -e», *'«wi sud wood houae, baa.ti-.-me * anta-lob aad vtsuUule, iud atoo© aad sturm-cosme, •creeo d.«-rt aa.! window*, storm savhe* an-i >jut*i«te blini*, bard*, tor v papUSed, a» wk palsied isslde SLd    out,    water    and **!    k is kitrbec aad S> driot for    lawn.    L l sew *i«tewalis, frail tree*, garden sad hot-tw-d A bar ga in. ROOMS TO RENT ;ja live Merchants Baak.Buibliny (aqaire of ti    Jacob    Wirtaer or Frank Mar CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St.. Ha" just rfceivf**! a full iii**' of E^ual tu any rn the city, aud at pricrtN that will j»ay you to <**♦* him Wfoi -purchasing. Hi riii/i, N Y. " t1 have fret|u>'lit recjuext* bv mail for sa tuple" of tu • embroider* ii*". Such request" no are pletiied to receive, but we b*-g to a"k for parti* ulai* in regard t<* the aaa)pie* • ant* I Mate wh^the.' edgingx, iiiAerti-*ii" or flouncing". »lac> what width and ac‘mc idea vt the j* ice. We Pave a af.ick of embroideries that in aecfifid to none in tile coun* try and sujwrior to any iii Buffalo. I he Bio]i« v value w»* offer i* «iiM{dy unpa railed. I here aree Tiring* from I 4 «»f aa iuch to In inches wide iii cambric, jaconet, nsirwook a’-d Swixw mitsdin. Marched *» t" ii; dirt* rent widths of edging and in-©rf ion *f rill tleair-ai»Ie kindx of material. AUo(»r em bro id et m " iii great vixiety Flouncing* in the different widths from lw in* he* to 6G i Of hew. Special line" *»f * am brie edges ut ie, Uh*. 12 I 2c. 15c. sridJiS cb*. per yard. Atevg Mi I bt i a A Axio- rxkx. New goods for tbi" M*a«oii are coreiug iii daily. 'The uitudtti underwear stock la r *>m|.lete. also the linen nlo* h. the    stock    ami the white good* "to* k. Bv “ei'ui-plete’ we mean they have all th© new styles iii I iii*    new good"—all the v sri-tv tf*at th© b**"t purchsxiog fnciliti.-H in the con try can iiring together. l ii© U inter "t<© i " are off«riog krr» at bargain*. l tn re never wa* a time when yon ei.ui I tilde here more adramlage-Mvxiy. OUK SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Osfsrd Ties ud Slipper: &I12D Mi ll I EMI / Bl' ll DRY GOODS, Carpets an! Draperies Kook* ait.I viAli-tBvrj, A lf ERIC AX BUICk. :t<M-4o > m a I v s rn t; k r BUFFALO, N Y WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA. W ITH FAN* Y CO! OR ED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, me mix "T., bi moi, n. w. heat em in I Hamo&ds, \S atelier ami Jewelry, (.bt* I* Silverware, Lnattier I >.uMto,ekr. es rift A Vt SU, (HJL Ii 4 SIL Cfi « et A Ti so FOR STREET WEAR A COKI IJCTR UTX KE Holiday Goods IIM MAIN ST HURT, >sinv’M lm»4 0**iti n »’* Lowell Mara., May to -Darting Bras et WoroMSor tem    A    salt    against tkto atty far    tm    hraark    af    sec*unit Im Um eooatrurtAoM of Aa city hate SULLIVAN & SON, 21 3 r ntre- Siree’ $;CO REWARD! WE will par lie Above rea*r i fur »( "**« -if laver l-ettaial. JlyspcpAiA, "irk Hr* U) b., Ia4:*e*u.in, •    !*©(;©• or ( r mo tenet* *» ass©! . sr* •im Wr-mi'm r«frts:-a Liter ni l, when t"e <1 recti©'.* sr** strictly rompiwc » TX*, ere ?»ur»ly Vegskst#. a*4 never fa’» V* rite -au*fartt<>*> Xogsr « ©abel. fjme—mmnm, •-©si xtmtng Mt tells. -A rent*. He war* »f ( •«* tcrbr.t*. A».t ) »i Ute ia*. The r-mmu* f Acnr*U os Iv bv J(»H" C WkSt ACV "J Uf Suaaok's PH AEM ACV. lf kirk, • ».Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtiu t» tom la mr CHIMNEYSBREU? YOU CET THC WPONC SOBT ; THE RICHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE _lbdesrii lf GEO. A. MACBETH I CO., PITTSBURGH. PA. ;