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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 28, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. WEDNESDAY. MAY 28, IMO. NO 89 H EP ti ESK NT A VE A PAN-AM MICAN HANK. : A 0VNAWl1E GUN £XHLODE9 B USINESS HOUSES h bill for its incorporation SENT TO CONGRESS. OF DUNKIRK. in MRW Kl 1.1 NII MAC HINK for nillBg alt knots of Masks is Uh- late-t e<i«tiii*»i< o Mw liannal Itepartiueiit of Duiikirk|l*nnlinir Company.! A lAXANHKR'M^I aa<l Wow* TmJ.W* A Central Avenue, oyi#i#it* NUikW I nu -ut. All prraJ*# off nard nm! Holt ■ rn .44 Lumber. ttMftfte* ami Lath. Kre* isliv i Correepoa-leeo*’ for arbota**)* lob mIMM. a > K. GIFFORD, ti:t anil t» ( c-ntral Are |>. Artistic Photographer. InatA»tao*ou» KboU)|ra|)h« of Babu* rn need not wa.! for nunehiue .abies Hitter, except lot Hook jam** Ikvinu, Fro-pi o-tor, No. ie K. Henond street. Hear HUI falo street, dunkirk. N. T.    ■’«•. ““ lie Paw Millets, et-*., lionn<l im all style#. Oeler. promptly attended to. AU work fuar«-itee<L ll UKC. M KK'N CMM kKKl HODNE, ae neutral Avenue. WhoieaaU- aud retail dealer in la port-”! an-’ •owe# ii- China, Glassware, A<-.    ___ i - It % I I t * <i» A HOI KU I/    Bate*.    f    I    per    day. Ll very and B<»4nliiig Htahle in connection Victor Killer, 8.16 and 887 Liou street. / (ITW KAKHKK SHOP I j    Chaa.    Nagle, Prop., Under I^tke Shore National Hank, conia* Center and Third a tree ta. A flue stock o> foreign aud UomeaUc cigar#. (IONKLIN 4k NON, j    Kb-    teenier alreet, Practical borae-ahoera. Particular attention pal** lo interfering hornea. shoeing <»f aa .t trotting horeea a specialty. UNK IKK EVENING OBCKKVKK. I orgeat Daily In the County. An unequalled a-lverUaiug nieiinnn. I) Dunkirk engineering companw. Former)} Sellew A Popple. Manufacturer* of Kagimv, Boiler#, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Pattern a, Forging*, casting#, and Machine Work loonier. i vUNKIKK 8H I ICT co., JUS*. *6 au-l -*«i7 I ) Center street* Manufacturer* of Uh ’Cromwell” an-i ‘•Dunkirk” perfect - ItUeg lire## shirt*. On aale in all leading funnelling, .-.louting aud dry goods bouse# in Dunkirk, I i r. TOOMEY, ll.    484    aud 48b Lion street, Dealer in flour, (Teed, -alt, baled Hay. I b'** pbatea, et*-..    ___ Katahliahc-l, 1877. a' KIK HOTEL and Dining I*# Depot Kuav acoeaa U. all trains aud bu* meas bouses, best accommodations aer-sal Travelers. John J. Murphy, I rep Saloon, Union i a for Com Ii HUEHN a CO., Pj    ti    an-i    UH K. Thiol street. floe furniture. Cabinet Ware aud Up-uoistering. Picture frames made to order. U. IM ATT ENON A CO., .tin Central Ave., l^a-lers of fashion an-i Gentlemen (Minuter*. a KEI.I. NTE AM H BATINO CO., ii Manufacturer* of Steam lleatiug Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. ^ | OME STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts, o; < aff lue; Collar* ie; Cuffs. 4i-, aud Lace Curtains, free Deliv ery. A W. Cummings, 807 Center street Ii Ii. OEHM. E. Third at, cor. of Buffalo nu fa* turer au-i dealer in fine Boots A Shoes Ii EN KY WEILER** NKW STOKE, KW K. ■ A Third st. Book.*, stationery, Musical In-struuient*.Magazines,Daily au-itV oekl\ Palier#, ami everythii-a pertaining to a flrst cia** book store He boo. Bocks a specialty. J on PHIN 11 no «>f every description aud at lowest Ii viiig rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud lo E. second St JU. VAN BUREN A SON, fire Life, - Accident and (Mineral lnstiraajn. Dealers in Beal Estate ami Loans. Particular attention paid to the care of properly collecting rents ac. 21# Center st, iud floor. gag ONKOR'H I’M ARM ACV, ;t00 Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Palier Paint , oils, Ac. It EKK INS, J. YV„ AW Center street Manufacturer and -lealer iii Ital ness. Sa-idles, Bridles, Collars. Trunks,Vt hip*. Buffalo Holies, Horse (lover# Clove* Mittens and Sleigh Bohea |> SCHOLTES, I .    17    East Third street Fa#hiou«Me Tailor, Gentlemen will find it to their advantage lo call on me iiefore purchasing elsewhere. I) H. CAKY A CO., .    888 Lion street genera) liar-1 ware,White Lea-I.Oils.Painter’s Supplies, Oil Cloth*, Granite W are. A #|**-ial-|V;of Hherwit. William# Pamtan-l Monroe range. ULI MG, such ss blank-ltooks, le«lgers, and al) kinds of tdauk* -lone at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud IO E. Second st lf Rudolph MOLDENHAUER. ,    Cor.    Thin!    ami    Buffalo    Sla., Dealer in ii ramie, Marble, flagging ami Th* President I (idol aes tire Scheme of the International Aloetical! Confereare. A List of Prospective Commissioners. The Capital Stock to be ti I ti,OOO,OOO. A latter from Secretary iii elite. WASHiSOTny, May 28.—The president Bent to coogrr-M# vc ‘er-lav the draft of a bill Ut carry in*n effect the re'Sitriraenda-tkili* ut the intemal moat American conference by the moor portion of the interna-tioual American bauk. The commissioner* named are John B. lieu-lerauu uf Missouri, Cornelius N. Hliaa of New V'ork, William Usury Treacott of South Carolina, T. J. Coolidge of Maaea- hunetta, Andrew Carnegie of Pennsylvania, Clement Studehacker of Indiana, John K. ilanaou of Georgia, Henry G. Davie of West Virginia, Charles K. Flint of New V'ork, aud VI M Koto of California. They are authorized toopen books aud receive •dock HiilMcriptlous in Washington or in New V'ork, or at both places, and in such other principal cities of the United States, and also in such pr1nci|ial cities of South and ('antral America ami Mexico, as they may thiuk proper. The capital stock is to be $10,(IOO,UUU, subject to increase by a two-thirda vote to $2f«,000,000. The shares are to be of HOO per value each. Whew 25 per cent. of the subscriptions to the capital stock shall have been paid In cash the cor p--ration may begin business, but at least $5,000,000 is to be called and paid in cash within a year from the date of organize-, lion Tbs principal office is to be in Waahing-I n or New Y'ork, as the directors may Adermine. The bauk is to be empowered to receive detiosila, to buy and sell exchange, etc., but uot to issue or to circulate as money It may act as financial ageut of any government, municipality, person, etc. It may acquire real estate uot to exceed in value 16 per cent, of its paid capital. It may lie designated by the secretary of the treasury as a depository of the public motley or may lie employed as a financial agent of the government. The h«jard of directors is to consist of tweiity-seveu persons holding at least 25U shares --ach. ami fifteen of them shall be citizens of the United States. The commissioners are to meet in Washington within sixty days after the passage of the act and to organize by electing a chairman, secretary aud treasurer. They are then with all convenient speed tooja-n books of subscription. Kadi subscription is to be accompanied by IO |»er cent, iii cash of the amount su I me ri lag!. The stockholders are to lie liable to the --redi-tors of the bank only to the extent of their unpaid sn I sw ri pl ions on their -apii a1 stock. Any person falling to complete pay ment on this sn Inscription after twenty -lays’ notice is liable to have the previous payments forfeited. The directors ate to make semi annual report* aud the books are to l»e open to itis|s*cti«»u by treasury ageuts at all times. The following letter from the secretary of state accompanied th* message of the president: To TMK I ’n Ksi oust I have the honor to submit herewith the report of the commit Ie on tiaukiug a* unanimously adopted by the international American conference, recentl> iii newton in this city. It wan the winh of the conference that thin proposition of such great interest to every American republic should an I promptly a* possible secure the earnest at-• trillion of the eougres* of the United States, j The foreign commerce of the nation* south of the Half of Mexico aud the Rio Grande amounts annually to more than $1,KXMWtMMi. At present the |ieople -if the United Statae enjoy I a nu agre -hare of thin market, but the ai tion I of the recent conference will result, I believe, 1 in tin* removal of certain obstacles which now j tend to obstruct the expandon of our trade. One of the most serious of these obstacle* is the alrwiice of a *)*tem of direct exchange and credits b> reason of which the exporting and importing merchant* «.f the United States I cimaxc-l in commerce a itll (Yntral and South I Arn* ric a have been com idled to |*ay the ; hankers of Loudon a tax upon e\rry trau*-I action. I^*t year our commerce with the countries south of ii- amounted to    MT.    of which the iiniK>rt* of nierchandte* wets valued at $181,Uii*.WW, and the tmi**rt* of sfss ie and bullion were ‘21 ,:'SH,8ll< while our exports consist-* I of luerehan-lise valued at $71,8d7,l8l, and $.*,ifc*s,4To in -1-erie and bullion. (lf (lie nu-rchandiHe iinp-r te-1 into the Unite-I State* the greater part waa paid for by remit-tancea to laindon aud the cities of the continent to cover draft* against Eurepeau letters of cr«--lit. for the use of these credits a commission of three-quarters of I |>er cent. Is customarily |»aid, so that the European hank* en-l-iyed a large profit upon our business with a minimum of rt*k. Tills system steadily result* In losses to our merchant* In Interest aud differences in exchange a* well a* iii commissions. These losses would be largely reduced to our merchant* by the establishment of an international system of banking between the American republica The mere hants of this country are a* dependent upon the bankers of Europe in their financial transaction* with their American neighbor- as they are upon the ship owners of (treat Britain for transportation facilities, and will continue to labor nuder these embarrassment* uutil direct hanking system* are established. The report of the t-ommittee hereto attached pre*euts a simple aud easy method of relief and the enactment of the measure recommended will, in the judgment of the conference, result in the establishment of proper facilities for inter- American hanking. Resjx-ctfully submitted. .I IM KHO. Bl.AlNK. tills !■ ai-tc-t your »i-le-waik KINLEY A DO., 7 aud 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Htandie*. Humeral Liquor Store for family Use. HOBERT I RAY, Lion a trod, ueat the de|a>t. Hoarding. Sale, feed au-l Livery Stable. Stabling by the -lay or week on reaaonahh. lur ma _ _ . , AM J. GIFFORD, NI Central Ave. (Up ^ „tatr*), General Insurance and heal EstaU tient. fire, Life, Accident, and Live SU* k insurance. Prompt attention given pi buy mg and selling Beal Estate -I’ C. JONEN. I    75 E. Third st, cor Doer. Excelsior Meat Maikot. Fresh, Salt an-! Smoked Meats. Lard. sausages. Oysters sn- Poultry- VV J A TDH EN, .IKWKLKY. Mi. ’Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. ' hepairmg a specialty. frank rTsUpf, *3 K Third st YyI M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, .Ma (antral Avant** $500 REWARD! WK will pay tile a love re ward for any ease of Liver (Join plat ut. Dyspepsia, Sick I leu-lac na. Indigestion. - oustipation or Cospvpnese w« cannot cure with West'* Vegetable Liver Pills, when the direction# are strictly complied with They are purely Vegetable, an-i never fail P give satisfaction Sugarcoated. Large boxes, containing 8e Pill*. »5 cents. Beware of coun p rfeiU. and luuUtHMia. The genuine manu lac urea only bv JOHN C. WEST A Co. Sold by Monroe’* Pharm act. D kirk, N Y, New Officer* for the Pacific Mail. Nkw York, May 88.—At the anmia! meet in# of the Pacific Mail Steamship company to day the control will paas Into new hands. The Gould jiarty, consisting of Jay Gould, George J. Gould, Huaaell Sage. Sidney Dillon and William KeniHeu, vt ill retire, and a new board, consisting of U. P. lliiutington, I. K fiates, Henry Hart, K-lward I jtuterbacli, Calviu S. Hriee. Samuel Thomas, Oliver H. Payne, J. B. Houston and one other still to tie named, will be elected, aud J. B. Houston w ill lie elected president in place of (teorge J. Gould. This outcome is a complete de feat for the Gould interest The control I-eg ii ti accumulating stocks over three months ago and now- hold tti.ugi shares, or so near a majority, that uo contest isex-The Yjllanl interest has no place on the ticket, aud the scheme to havu Tacoma made a terminal point for Pacitic Mail is effectually blocked. An Emten*lou of Time (ii wilted. ProVIDKNCB, Mhv 28. —A ti adjourned meeting of the creditors of the Oriental mills and A. A. W. G. Reed was held jestertlay. The committee of creditors I ipoinuii at the former meeting rejsirt+sl (hat they had investigate*! the affairs of the Oriental mills and of Messrs. Reed, and found au unsecured debt of $:ti5,d29 with quick asset# amounting at the com mitten’# valuation to $184,818. The coni mittee reptirted that there is in their uptuion sufficient property to pay the debt in full aud leave a surplus for the Messrs Reoil An extension of two years was granted the nulla Au El )M-r1tii«Mit Which Nearly Provo* I st si to Many Paopl*. Perryville, N. y., May 28.—A large number of pen--Ie from all over Central New York came here by the special aud regular midday Gains yesterday to witness the public exjieriment of the Dr Ju#tiii dynamite gnu The weather was flue all the morning, but at noun the clouds began to lower with a pr-wpect of rain later. Much interest was shown and every-I thing pointed to another successful ex-, peri menu The caiiuon was fire*! at 8 p m. and exploded into a thousand pieces. Nobody was hurt but there were many nar-, row escapes. Huge masses of Irou were I thrown hundred.* of feet. A piece of cannon, measuring four feet through, camefly-i lug through the air and lauded within . three feet-if Ute Syrsense Herald corre-; ap--mien! who wa# watching the pns-eed-, lugs from lM-htii-1 a tree. Another large piece went iu the opismite direction, tear lug a large chunk from the counter of a ! tein|Hir«»ry refreshment stand atiout 600 feet away. The keef •er of the stand was inside, but the missile grazed his head aud scattered the content# of the stand. It is said that the dynamite did not explode the guu, but the charge of |i*m-der. Among the visitors who arrived in the afternoon were Ueut. Corn. Washburn Maynard and lJeut. L. P. Davidson of the navy and ('ommadder Theodore F. Jewell of the I iii**-*! States naval station, all of Newport, H. I. Five hundred peopie were present. The cantion used weighs 28,600 I -on in I*. The ls»re is 12 feet long and 9 inches iu diameter. The target na* a bluff about one third of a mile from the gun. Dr. Justiu arni his assistants loaded the six shells with dynamite. Two of the •hell* are ch arg*--1 with eighteen pounds each of dynamite mid four have twenty-five pound* each Young Wiug, repre Henting the t'hinese government, was here to day. The premature explosion has cause-1 some speculation as to how it may affect the development of the invention. Dr. Justin i*. however, confident that the catastrophe wa* -lite largely, if not entirely, to Imperfect metal iii the construction of t he shell \* bidi allowed the outer steel shell to break ami let the dynamite explode. His backers, Messrs. Patten and Dewitt of ('anautota, km}’ that they will procure another guu and go on with the experiments of throwing a magazine of dynamite by fox**- of gunpowder. The expulsion yesterday caused the greatest I consternation among the many spectators | aud it i* con*idcre*i almost a miracle that. | no one was killed. The twelve tou cauuou was scattered in fragments over the space of half a mile. SOLD INTO INFAMY. A Chinese Gambler’s I’eculiixr Method of Kai*iiii; the \\ Iud. Nkw York, May 28.- Lee Khi, a Chinaman was yesterday held in $2.6nu bail in ■ t lie Toml»* i-oli- e court on the charge of | buying Suet! Vee, a HF year-old Chinese girl, and keeping her for immoral pur-jioses The girl was Isjrn In Amoy, and came to Sau Francisco about five yearsago and waa employed as hand maid to the wife of a rich Chinese merchant there. She met a Chilies*-gambler name-! Ah Phoou while there and fell iii love with him. They had several meetings which caused a sea in I a1 ami the girl was dismissed from her place. She was taken in charge by a Chinese mission in San Francis**©, w here she remained some time. Xii Phoou tried to induce her to leave but she rt-fn^ Ah Pinion then tobl the superintendent of the mission he wanted to marry the girl. She then left there and that was the last of her in San Francisco. Phoou brought the girl toll Mott street, where they lived for some time. Finally Phoon lost something like $!,NJU gambling aud sold Sueu Vee to la** Kill for jk*J*ai. I*-*- Khi kept her on the top door of ll Mott street aud com (tolled her to meet Chinamen there, and when she refuse-! she was lieateu ami starved into submission. She was found at this house bv Samuel bandon, a newspaper n-isirt- r, who asked for the arrect of U-e Khi. When brought face to face with Khi in the police court the girl rail l-eldti-1 the judice for protection ami did uot Iss-ome calin until Khi was takeu from the room. He will have an examination to day. -I to Her Death. N KW' York, May 28.— Ellen Tow ne, aged 80 years, of 123 Forsvthe street, committed suicide bv jumping down the air shaft of her residence ami was instantly killed. Karly in the day the woman had made a complaint -if .-ttmiidoument against her husband, Kdward Tow ne, in the Kaaex Market police court. While she was giving her testimony Town* entered the court room with a woman who said .she was (T-ra Tkovue amt was married lo Low ir-i 'I ow ne in Philadelphia fourte*-ii teats- a-ro. A *-harge of bigamy was |>eii-ling when Kllen Towue committed *• it :c*i« I** Clara Towue ap(-eared against her midland ami he was held in $T«0>- bail. ltrateii It* Destli With m ('lith. Nkw York. May *28. A s|>eciHl dispatch from Jackson, Miss , to The World says: The dead Issly of Maj. A. N. Kimball, a native-if New Hampshire, but for forty years a prom men t news(»a|>er matt of this state, ami receiver of public moneys under President Garfield, w as found by the roadside yesterday morning. He had tieen attacked w hile on his way to his residence, just outside the city limits, after mid night, and beaten to death with a club. No clue to the numb rers has yet lieeti obtained. but it is believed that the deed waa committed by negroes with robbery as their object. A suit Over N. J. Tilden’* Will. NKW York, May 38.—The suit of George H. Tilden to have the trust clauses of the will of his uncle, the late Ss. J. TI bl-ti, set aside as void, wa* lieguu here ) ester-lay. The case was tried once before, but was sent back by the general term on a reversal of Judge Utw retice’s decision in favor of the executors. Formal testimony was put in showing the total value of the estate to lie $.‘»,2Ut»,;M6. Death <>f the Oldest free Mason. ROH DOUT, N. Y., May 28. -Stamford I>evi Lyou, said to be the oldest Free Mas-iii. died at his home here yesterday, age*! 98 years. He had been connected | with the Masonic order for seventy-one year*, having joined St. Andrew’s lodge It Hobart in 1819. He was one of the moat prominent farmers of this section of the state.__ The I la- U Divorce Case. New York, May 28 —The decree of absolute divorce granted to Mn*. Mary E. Flack from ber husband, ex Sheriff-lames A. Flack, ha# Into signed by Judge Beach of the auureme court GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. MR. GLADSTONE ADDRESSES AN IMMENSE GATHERING. The Ex-Pretnier frequently Interrupted by Applause—France Waul* England to Evacuate Egypt, and In Return the Former Mould Kellugulsh Her Rights In Ne v» tumid land—A Berlin Nenvatlou. London, May 28.-—An immense gather lug of people assemble*! on the grounds of Hawarden castle yesterday to listen to an address by Mr. Gladstone. Through out the morning special trains packed with people from Kngiish ami Welch town* aud village*, far and near, were constantly arriving, while hundred* of persons living within a few mile* of the premier’s seat, joined in the pro**ession aud marched to the castle. Mr. Gladstone waa in excellent form aud voice and ad dressed the vast crowd from an elevated position iu a corner of the castle yard, while Mrs Gladstone held an umbrella over his head to shield him from the rays of the suu He was frequently interrupted by applause, aud the ut moat enthusiasm prevailed throughout the day. Among the gathering were many recognize*! Coit servative*. but the speaker’s remarks elicited from them no sigusof disapproval. D1NSATIMF1EII ISS K LABORERS. The discontent of the Liverpool dock laborers bas again manifested itself in the action of HUO of their number engaged in handling timber, who struck yesterday for an advance of wages to 6 shilling* a day. The strike is insignificant iii itself, but the men are encouraged in their movement by the support of the Dock-men’s union, and the liklihood that it will spread through sympathy is very great. As yet no attempt* to fill the places of the strikers has lieeti made, consequently there has lieen uo disturbance. LOOKING FOK A SUTTLE MENT. The Figaro, in an article analyzing the relations between France and Ragland, advances the suggestion that l»rd Salisbury fix a date when Ragland will evacuate Egypt. Such action on the part of Great Britain, The Figaro assures its readers. won J-1 lie the beginning of a speedy settlement -if the existing difference la* tween the two houses, over which there has beeu so much fruitless controversy. Iii return for England's withdrawal from Egypt, Frmce would consent to relinquish her rights in Newfoundland au-l thus the only points of contention between the Paris and lxiudon governments would lie wholly removed. It is Isdieved that the publication of this suggestion is made upon official authority aud put forward as a feeler. A PRUSSIAN MIN1KTRR REGIONS. Dr von Scholz, Prussian minister of finance, has resigned his position in his ministry and suddenly taken his departure from Berlin. No rea-sou Is given fur his retirement, but. it is surmised, as one -if the most prominent members of Ute Bismarck ministry, he found himself uot in a*-cord with the policy of the present administration. Iu accepting the resigna thai of Dr. von Scholz the etnj-eror conferred upon him the order of the Black Eagle. A SENSATION IN BERLIN. A sensation has been caused iu Berlin by the discovery that the Russian Barou Wessiliski is the owner and conductor of a Russian newspaper agency in the German capital. The connect ion of the huron with this enterprise has lieen maintained with so great a degree of secrecy that its -list-1 osure is something iu the uatiireof a shock. Coupled with this discovery is the equally startling revelation that the baron’s wife, who is -if American birth, Is an intimate friend of the Countess von Waldersee, with whom she has exchanged frequent visits -if late. Mr. Dillon ('labited by the Police. Cork, May 28.—The Nationalist -lemon st ration proposed to lie held at Cashel yesterday, but which was proclaimed by the government, resulted iii a sort of hide ami seek affair through the efforts -if the lead ers to find a place where a meeting con hi lie held without molestation. Mr. Dillon succeeded in addressing a fugitive meeting outside the village of Boherlahin, when he drove into the village to make another speech, followed by a large crowd. The p«ili--e attacked the crowd with drawn batons ami disjierscd it. Messrs. O'Brien ami Dillon protested against this action -if the jiolioe, and in the altercation Mr. Dillon was struck with a baton. Irater the military arrived ami made several charges ii (Min the returning crowd licfore it was finally scattered. Iii the melee a policeman was seriously injured aud many of the crowd were severely clubbed. Mr. tila-lfet-oie Arraign* the Government. I> in ta >N, May 28. - Mr. Gladstone, speaking at Hawarden yesterday, predicted that a general parliamentary election would take place at an early day, and appealed to his hearers and the electors of the country generally to give final utterance on that occasion to their condemnation of further (Mitering with the Irish question. Ha denounced the government’s bill to compensate publicans. The control of licensing should lie invested in local elective Issiies. It would add £300,000.(JOO to the national debt, he declared, to purchase the licenses of the publicans. The workingmen, knowing the horrors of drink, ought to protest against the government’* immoral plans. To Ke«tore AY est bon ml Rat**#. New York, May 28—The executive committee of the trunk lines met yesterday aud resolved to restore westbound all-rail rates ou June 2, ami lake and rail rates on June 9. The question ut restoring eastbound lake and rail rates wits deferred until to-day. The passenger committee of the trunk lines met, but took no action in the matter of appointing a successor to Mr. Tuttle as commissioner. Th* Jury ('wuhl Not Agre*. Minneapolis, Minn., May 28. -The jury in the liiiel suit of Actors loft aud Williams against Fating Davenport, after lie ing out since 2 p. rn, Monday, came into court yesterday morning aud announced that they could not agree. They stood nix for a verdict varying from $2,UUU to |21,ouu, and two for I ceut or nothing. Unless a settlement is effected a re trial will be necessary. Th* Rfiuain# of S. S. Cox Interred. New York. May 27 —The body of the late Samuel Sullivan Cox was yesterday taken from the receiving vault ami buried at Greenwood cemetery. Only the widow aud friends of the deceased were present. On Decoration day the S & Cox lodge, the letter Carrier# association, the Deter Cooper post and Stockier association will dannrate Mr Cox’* tirava. CONGRESSIONAL NL AfQ. HUL Tile Renat* Di*ru*»*s th* Liquor Work of the House. Washington, May 28.—The senate spent the day yesterday debating the liquor bill without result. Mr. Cullom offered 4 resolution calling on the secretary of th* treasury for information as to the authority under which merchandise in lioud and goods of domes tic origin are permitted to be for warded between the Atlautio and Pacific porta of the I’uited states over the Canadian Pacific railroad, auch merchandise a* ar rive-1 at Vancouver, B. C., being trans-sbip|ied on foreign territory la cousistaut with the safety -if the revenue and the laws governing the c-iaating trade of the United States; also, to report by what authority merchandise other than products of contiguous countries ia permitted to enter the I’uited States under consular seal and proceed to destination without entry or examination at the port of first arrival. He explained that there waa a good deal of doubt a- to what th* law now authorized the secretary to do iii the premises, ami he thought the senate ought to have a report from the secretary Iiefore any legislation was attempted. Mr. Washburn intimate-1 that the re*<> lution covered an intended raid on the Canadian Ii net* of transportation iu favor of the trunk lines of the Unite*! States. Mr Cullom repelled Mr. W aah burn’a suggest iou The resolution went over. The view president announced the spinout mettt of Mr. Blackburn as a nietnlier of the committee ou appropriation and Mr. Carlisle on finance, territorie* and woman’s suffrage. The conference report on the bill to simplify the law in relation to the collection of revenue was presented ami agreed to. After the report was agreed to Mr. Allison said there was another verbal amendment which the conferees wished to have made by unanimous consent, aud he asked that the bill las retained by the clerk until the correction was matte. It was so ordered. After an executive aes-sion the seuate adjourned. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS. THE DAY’S DOINGS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT. A Record of Tester-lay’• Baseball Gam*# In th* Titre* Leading Leagu*#—Result# of the Running Hart*# at th* Latonia and Graveseod Track#—Russell Win# the Great American Stake. f ll I- t 1-17 lf 7 0- 0 IN THE HOISE. Washington, May 28. —The house continue-! yesterday without result the discussion of the river ami harlsir bill. On motion of Mr. Townsend of Pennsylvania the senate bill w*a* passed for the erection of a public building at lteaver Falls at a Cost of $50,0()U. Mr. McKinley submitted the conference report ujioii the customs administrative bill. It w-asadopted—yeas 127, nays IS—the speaker pro tem. counting a quorum. The Democrat* as a rule refrained from voting. The house then went into committee of the whole on the river ami harbor bill. An amendment permitting the construction -if an outlet through I^ike Morgue for the Mississippi river was debated ami re jected. After some further debate on the Mississippi river improvement question the house adjourned. At New York- New York............4    4    $    0    0    ti    I    I Cleveland............0    0    0    0    0    1    0    0 Base lilts New York Id, Cleveland 3. Errors- New York 5, Cleveland 6. Batterie# Keefe. Crane and Vaughn; Gruber and Sutcliffe. Umpire# Guuniug and Matthew*. At Brooklyn - Brooklyn............0    6    3    0    0    I    0    7 Pittsburg ...........I    0    0    0    1    3    0    2 Base hits Brooklyn IT, Pittsburg IU. Errors Brooklyn ii, Plttvburg IS. Batteries Vaullaltreu aud Cook aud Ms} es. Staley and ('armil. Umpire# Knight and Jones. At Philadelphia Philadelphia.........0    10000100- S Buffalo...............I    1    4    0    0    3    0    0 *- 0 Base hits Philadelphia A, Buffalo ll. Error* Philadelphia 5, Buffalo I. Batteries Knell and I rosa, Kuell and (To**. Umpires Gaffney au-l Barnes. At Boston Bain. NATIONAL I.BAUCK. At New York- New York............I    0    0    0    1    1 Chicago..............0    0    0    0    0    0 Base hits New York 5, Chicago A. Error* New York 2, Chicago 4. Batterie* Murphy aud Murphy; Nulllvau and Kittredge. Umpire Daniels. At Brooklyn— Brooklyn............ 0    0    0    2    0    0    0 Cleveland .......... 0    0    0    0    0    0    I Base hits Brooklyn A, Cleveland 2. Error#- Brooklyn 2, Cleveland J. Butteries Lovett and Stallings; Boat In aud Zimmer. Umpire Motjuakl. At Philadelphia - Philadelphia .......0    2201300    *— 8 Pittsburg.............I    0000000    (L l Base hits - Philadelphia IO, Pittsburg 6. Error#- Philadelphia^. Pitsburg?. Batterie# Gleason aud Clements; Schuiidt and Berger. Umpire Mc I lei mutt. At Boston; rain. AMERICAN ASMI m 'I ATION. At Rochester Rochester............0    0 0 0 0 I 2 I    0—4 Toledo...............2    02 I 02000-7 Base hits Rochester 7, Toledo A. Errors K«m bester A, Toledo A. Batteries Barr and M< Guiro; Cushman aud Sagi EHIE STCH.E ldulies' and and ^    Misses'    corsets    ...... koy\ latest improved corsets, Dr. cornets, Dr. I Morris Short spring corsets, Common Senst glove fitting corsets, ladies and children; corsets. waists, Madam W arner's Ileal th Warners ( undine corsets, Madam hip corsets, Schilling's coiled wire Madam McGee's easy fitting corsets, corsets, Thompson's ( iris corsets aud waists for French Fi Wove corsets arner's cold wave summer We make a specialty of handling all dren's carriages, such as parasols, brakes, wheels and handles. parts Ii >ds. of chil-springs, 'File new things which art attention is hammocks, croipiet neatest things in lunch and card attracting O ira \ He connu sets, the latest and tallies, very cheap. Everybody is buying their step ladders of us, because we're selling them for 75, K8, JtHc. aud $1.15. Large aervieable express wagons 115c. Children's painted two wheel carts with iron tire, I dc., worth 20c. ii 4 IP I Ladies' cot>1 summer vests, Id, l!t, 25c. Gentlemen's ties, 17c. Lunch and picnic baskets, Id and 14c. erie store. ~ special I ANNOUNCEMENT •t OR SA I.E.—Two building lots, 50\iH», on Leo pa rd a tree I near fourth street. Inquire '3 E. fourth street. WORKERS WANTED. Mea,and women agent# Big pay. Steady work -until free. No experienre needed. J. Ki t. i n k Whitney, Nursery wan, (toe heater, N. \ . STODDART A CO., Patent Attorneys, 616 7th St .Washington, DU, opp U S. Patent of-flre PaU-nU, La veal# ami lh- issue# see tired Trade Mark# registered All I'ah-nl business conducted for moderate fees. Information, Advice ami special references sent -hi request. isfiilM) ta ^’lllllll A MONTH -an be made td-jlffi Id -rw-MMMt workup lot us Prison# preferred who can furnish a horse and give their w hole I lime lo the business. Spare moments may tie prntit-' ably employed also. A few vacant lek in towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON A I O,, Main St., Richmond, Va A SEETHING MASS OF FLAMES. A Slumbering Fire in a Mine Itreak* Out Afresh. Wilkes Barre, Fa., May 28 —Work men in shaft 14 of the Pennsylvania Coal 'company at FNirt Blaiit-har-i, which caught, fire alout a month ago, but which was thought to have been extinguished, broke through a pillar yesterday afternoon ami found the interior a seething ma** -if flame*. The amoke aud gas drove the men back in confusion. The Are is burn ing fiercely, and thousands of tons of coal w ill, It i# feared, lie consumed. All further *>|ieratiotis (ti the mluen have •wen aliaudoned. The officials have decided to flood the mine. This will throw several hundred men out of employment amt deaf roy thousands of dollars worth of J projierty. Umpire Tool*. At Syracu#* — Syracuse......... 0    0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 Louisville.........(J 102000000 3 Base hit#- Syracuse 7, Louisville 7. Error# Syracuse 6, louisville2.    _    ,    >/v . butr#. .W> .ad 0‘K,mrkr; M.„kl„ .nd # I (OO Ryan.    *    •    - Umpire Doescher. REMOVAL J Dr. Geo. E. Blackball! Ila* removed Iii- office ami residence to No. I(22 Dove street. Ob'KICK I lo L' KS In a. iii. till noon; I p. rn. till 4 p. rn. Sunday forenoon and weekday evening* by appointment. 0~ At Philadelphia Athletic.............(J    (J    I    (J    0    I    0 Bt. Louis.............I    0    0    0    0    2    0 Base hits Athletics 7, Bf. Iambs IO. Errors—Athletics 2, Bt. laiuis 4. Batterie# Green aud Robinson; Ramsey aud Munyau. Umpire—O'Dee. Second game Athletic..............3    OI    10    0    0 St. Louis............0    0    2    0    2    2    0 Base hits Athletic 12, Bt. Louis 6. Errors Athletic 3, Bt. Louis6. Batterie* McMahon and Robinson; Btlvelts and Munyan. Umpire# O’Dea. street a c-ni-use ;-*lot he# presses, coal and wood house, handsome veranda ami vestibule, back stoop aud storm-ln>u#e. screen dis rs and windows, * tor rn Hallie* ami outside blinds; handsomely paper, d, newly tainted inside and out, water and *4nk in itcheii ami led rant for lawn. L< t 60x160, new sidewalks, fruit trees, garden and hot lied. A bargain. I--IO O 8 ( brist lull Seientist* Convene. New VORK, May 98. —Over 1,250 delegate* from all part# -if tile country were present in Lcuox lyceum yesterday at the opening of the convention of Christian Scientists. The morning was taken up in ***11 first, Correction second, St. Charles Raring at Grav«#end. GRAY ESK NU, May 28.—The races yesterday resulted a# follows: First race, I mile:    I    .a Favorite first, Chieftau second, Drizzle third; time, 1:46 V*. Second race, I mile; Kiug Crab first, Grimaldi secoud, Golden Reel third; time, 1:43. Third race, % mile: Evaugeline first, Sir Rne secoud, Woodcutter third; time, 1:04. Fourth race, the Great American stake ($20,000), for 2-yearHilds, % mile: Kus ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchant* Batik.Building.£ Inquire of    , lf    Jacob    Wirtner    or    Frank    May. devotional exercises ami the delivery of addresses. Mrs J. A. Preston of New York delivered the address of welcome The session* will continue for three days. The afternoon •sisaion was given up to the reading of the rejiorts which treated of the marvelous growth of the sect since the time -if its introduction by Mrs. Eddy twenty-five yearsago. The report* were reviewed by J. F. Li ascot t of Denver in a lengthy ami bright address. Practical talks were theu given by Mr*. Mayes of Chicago, Miss Bradshaw of San Francisco, ami S. W. Gale of Saniego, Cal. In the evening an entertainment w as given to the visiting delegates. Navigation ((locked. Utica, N. Y., May 28.—The work of repair at the big break in the Erie canal at Whitesboro progresses, but so great is the gap to be filled that a week must elapse Iiefore navigation can be resumed. There are many taints lying on the bottom along tile level, lief ween Utica and Syracuse, and others are held at (Hunts each side. The boatman are feeling pretty blue over the situation, as they will lie occasioned considerable loss by the delay. Passenger train* on the Central road are running regularly. Two tracks have been tcm-porarily replaced. Today au attempt will lie made to extricate the engine of the wrecked freight train, which lies deeply embedded iu the channel, cut by the water which escajied from the canal. Rhode I Miami’* State Fleet bin. Newport, H I., May 28.—The grand committee appointed a committee of twenty seven to count the vote* for the state officers yesterday. The grand committee then took a recess till 2 p. rn. A full count was not demanded and on reassembling balloting was liegun and John VV. Davis was elected governor; W. C. Ward well of Bristol, lieutenant governor; Zilia S.-iourn. Providence, attorney general; E. I). McGuinness, Providence, secretary of state, ami John G. Perry', Kingston, general treasurer. The proclamations were made from the balcony of the state house. The procession had lieen forming iu the meantime and after the proinulga ti->u of the result moved over the specified route. The Price of Coal Goes Up. New York. May SSL—The agents of the six big - oui producing companies held a long tneetiug yesterday, and alter some lively discussion derided to advance the priie, all sizes except hrokeu, 15 to 25 cent* i-er ton, the maximum advance Isdug -in stove ami chestnut. It was also tccided to restrict the production for the month of June to 2,27U,(Rio tone. Reading Collieries VVo*king Full Time. Mount Carmel, Pa., May 28 — Order* were issued yesterday providing for the resumption of work on full time at all the Reading collieries in this district A dozen minus are affected by the order. th ini; time, 1KJ2. Fifth race, the St. James Hotel stakes, for 3 year olds, miles. Sir Dixon first, Taragoii second; time, 2:12%. Two starters. Sixth race, \ mile: Arab first, Moonstone second, Monmouth third; time, 1:18. Latonia Bat en. Latonia, Ky., May 28. — Yesterday’s races resulted as follows: First race, I mile and 6(J yard*: fast away first, Eli secoud, Spectator third; time, 1:30. Second race, % mile:    War Plot first, HarrySmith second, Running Brook third; time, 1:05. Third race, 1% miles:    I    sing    Shore    first, Ely ton second, Ed. Hoppe third; time, 1:57H- Fourth race, the Ripple atake, I mile: Helter Skelter first, Marie K. second, (Rxsl Bye third; time, 1:46%. Fifth race, 9-18 mile:    Philora    first, Annie Elizabeth second, Melanie third; time, 58%.__ Ksi]road Magnates Iii Hesston. NEW Y’oRK, May 28.^^Xt the meeting of the Atlantic ami Pacific railroad yesterday a full tsiard of directors was elected in the interest of the Atchison company, including Messrs. Magoun, Baring, McCook and Manvel. Th* newly elected directors of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad met yesterday and elected H. K. Enos president. The other officers will be elected to-day. The most important feature of the new board is the Standard Oil representations, Messrs. Freeman aud Hoyt, and it is thou 'hi to lie evident that the Standard will ciniv tile toad to be operated a- .rn iudepi -.dent system. The directors ratified the lease of the Kansas City and Pacific railroad, which gives the company terminals iu Kan-su* City. Will Dlx na th*- Tariff RIH. Washington, May 28.—The senate committee on finance al its meeting yesterday determined to begin the consideration of the tariff hill -in Thursday morning of this week The bill wfll he considered by sections iii full committee instead of tieing referred to a sub-committee. If any hear lugs are given they will lie of a strictly informal character. Reception to lien. Alger. Lawrence, Mass , May 28. -Gen Alger was tendered a reception in the City Hall last evening, which was attended by over 3.UUU people. Mayor Warforddelivered an address -if welcome to which Gen. Alger responded. Other prominent G. A. R. men also spoke. GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of iii i SPRING L CHATS AND mm, Etjual to any iii tilt* city, ami nt priceH that will pay you to hop him beloid purchasing. Justifiable Homicide. New Yore, May 28 —James F. Hyde who, on March 22, ehot aud killed William Turnbull, a ticket speculator, was die charged br Justice White yesterday on the ground that the able. Ab outing wee juetifl- 1 I OUK SPRING AND HUMMER LINE OF Oxford Ties and Slipper! WE,,HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATHER & BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TK1M-M INGS. WEA LHO II A V E A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, STREET WEAR. FOR SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street DO YO JUST RECEIVED.:.: A Carload of the- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. St am roars. Weeping Rosea, Kvergreoua, Stir ii ba, Cli m bere, Fruit and ornainun-tal trees. Never before dill you see tree* no nice and laige nu three are. I will sell them very cheap. Why do I sell them cheap? Because It will help to improve the city ami make It possible thai after annie time there will be no city or town in whole Chant. County better provided with fine trees than Dunkirk ('all at VANDERMEULEN^ GREEN HOUSE Cor Eagle and Seventh Sin. Df(Y ’CjoODp AJND pAF{PET3. APAM JKJMIIU ANIM AMERICAN Kl.iM K .‘♦!Mi-40‘2 Maili Street, Buffalo, ...    .    N. Y. SECOND TO Our motto in:    *• Non#.** Wv wish to bo none in your service. 1 NONE. Second to accoil'! to Try uh and SLM* NY with to imprest! upon our out of town friends, in view of the proponed changes in the tariff aud the probable increase in the cost of nearly all kinds of dry goods, that the month of June will be *mic month for them to shop.    Pricer were never lower til tin they arc at present in our store. If iii** proposed tariff hill prices must go up. passes, aud 10c. lace We arc offering splendid bargains in sateens and ginghams and summer wash fabrics of all kinds. I he balance of our spring stock of cloaks an* selling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen'* blue mixed shirts aud drawer# iii medium weights, at 50c. per suit. Gentlemens Balbriggan underwear, 50c. per Ault. Gentlemen’# blue angola shirt# drawer# at 25c. each, 40c. goods. Ladies’ Jersey vest# a# low as each. Ladies’ balbriggan vest# with trimming, only 15c., worth 35c. Good grit Ie Jersey vest# at 25c. teach. White and black lisle thread Jersey vest# at 75c. each. Silk vest#, all color#, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably advanced if the tariff I# changed. Our price# are much below even current prices, and we are selling tine napkin#, D’Oyleys, towels, etc., bargain#    -- New style# in parasols. New styles in glove#. New style# in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for Carpets, Rug#, Draping ami upholstering fabrics. MfJdnim and A M KKICAK BLOCK, :W;-402 MAIS STH KMT, BUFFALO, N. Y. cloths, at rare /adm, C.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 304 MAIN MT., BUFFALO, N. Y. DRABICK IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, .Silverware, Lea tiler (os# Is, etc. KSU UA Vt SO, UOlIt ,f HIL VISH PLA TIS A COMPLKTK UNK OF Holiday Goods :*«4 MAIN HT It KIST, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. PT3FniyiNEVS»E>e YOll “CET THE WPOkC SORT; THE RIGHT ONES .«uu«iPEARL TOP™,Kt Midi oily by GEO, ft. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. • IGo to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;