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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York CSP    i r 9"' W W** mT" HBrwwr, rn- / VOL. X X DUNKIRK N. Y. THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1890. HEPHE8ENTATIVE FIFTY-FlnSr Cum; H KSS. B USINESS HOUSES AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSULAR AND DIPLOMATIC BILL. OF DUNKIRK. A NKW RI I LI* (J MACH INK for mini* I nil kl ml«s of lilauki in Ute I a loft audition lo , In* ll Ttiauual l)i>|iarliu«‘iit uf Diiukirk|Priuliiifr Cow pan v A A LKXANDKK’8 Coal amt W ood Yard, 7'.** A Central Av«-uue, opihmiU- Nickel Plate Or, ol All irailn of lf ant ami Hof I Coal, ; W<*4| Lumber, Hlnu* i«e ami I .atli. Free 4*11? r    Correa poii< lr nr* for wholesale lot* Mi UA lad. HK. UirruKlt, -tin and 'JUT, Castral Arr Artiilic Photographer. I iiMiaulanaour rfcotogiapio of Ballies a specialty. Hiller, need not wa.I f«»r miushine eice|it tot rabies. I »<M»M HINDEKY I a m an Ikvinu, Fro I I I pl’ It* I. J. , Ho. Ill K. Hot '.ll I -IHM I. ural Kill (alo att oat, dunkirk. N. I. Magazine*, Mu It , Pamphlet?, IU ., Im IU IU I in all ut) Ira * Inlet’ proioptl) attended to. All work guarani*-cd. Ii I Cl 11 KK'H I KIO Kl lit HlUJldt, jut Central Avenue. Wliuleaalc and retail dealer in la ported anil Amesite Chiua, Glassware, Re. (MAH ALULA UOTEI, /    Kates, ll per day. 1.1 very ami Bom ding HtaUle in connection Violet* Hider, Mft anti SSI Lion street. < I) ll J till HA Kit Kit SHUI1 " J    (    ban.    Nagle,    Prop. Under I .alo Shore NaUoual bauk, cornet Center aud Tbird streets. A tine stock ol S ut rig ii aud doiuueliC Cigars. / ION fell.IN A HON, V    MB    (.enter    street, Prat Ileal Imre--shoers. Particular attention paid to interfering boites. Shoeing of road aaa trotting horses a specialty. I N HI KH KYFNINU OltSKKVKK. largest daily in ti e County. Au unequalled advertising medium. 1NHIKK KNO I N hi KIMI COMPANY. ^    forme,    tv ne I Ic vt A Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Hollers, Pulleys, Shafting llauacrs, etc. Patterns, FofftSfl, l astings, aud alai lime Work to order. « | (CH K I KH HH I KT CO., JHI, AKI aud Ah I J Center street. Manufacturers of lh< ‘Cromwell” ami “dunkirk” |*-rfect * titling Ureas Mn ria. On sale iii ail leading furnishing, clothing aud dry goods houses in dunkirk. Ii K. TOOM KY, J.    4.T4    and    im    Lion    streot. I Maid in Flour, Ired, >alt. Haled Hay, Phosphates, etc. Established, I.<77. I,’KIK tlOTKL and dining Saloon, (Junta Ii depot Easy access to all trams aud bus meas houses. Hest accommodation* for Commercial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. K It LL KH A CO., 87 aud K. Third streak ► me Furniture, I a In net Ware aud Up-jotateniig. Picture Frames made to order. bV ll. MATI'KHON A CO., Ail Central Ave., I .seder* of Fashion and (Jenlleuien Outfitter*. AHKU MI All ■ (LATINO to. ii Manufacturers of Steam lleatmg Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OUK HTKAM I.A Ii N dick. Our s|iecialties:    Fine    Shirt*.    We; Collars. ic; Cud*. Ic, aud Lace Curtains. Free lieliv ary. A VV. Cummings, Ju7 Center street. Ii K. OKUM. L Third st, cor. of ll ii flu lo Manufacturer aud dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes ii EN KY WtCILKK’N NKW STOKE, (UCI K. Third st. Kooks, stationery, Musical In* _ . . aa____ .    I a ... I .    ...,.(U uukl«. K. ,uica •trumente.M agar mea, daily ami Week Iv Papers, and every th! cg pertaining to a first class Hook store. Achoo, Book# a sta*ciallv. .I OH PHIN UMI of every description aud at lowest living rales b> dunkirk PriiiUug Company, B amt IU P.. Secoud St. JU. VAN HI MKN A    SON, tut. * Accident aud General    Insuracju    deal ers in Kcai F.slate and Loans. Particular attention paid to the care of    property    collet    I lug rents Ac. HU Outer st.,    Lid tl«»or. yjONKOL S PHARMACY, ma* Central Avenue Hoadquarters for W all Paper Paint , Oils, Ac. I >EKK INS, J. W., I    JOH I euler street. Manufacturer ami dealer iii Harness, Saddles, Bridles, t oltarv, Ti links,W hips, Buffalo Holies, Horse Covers (doves Mittens and sleigh holies a I St HOI.TES. I .    17--------------- Fashionable Tailor. (ieullemeu will dud it to their advantage to call ou me I**fore purchasing el sew here. 17 East Third street, will ii H. CAKY A CO., .    .Til    Lion street General Hart!ware,White Lead,*MI*,Painter’* Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A specialty of SherwinW tlllams Pa. ut aud Munroe range. V Ll NG, such aa blank-books, ledgers, aud i all kinds of blank* dour at dunkirk Printing Company, P aud IU K. Second St lf Kl dol l’ll MOLDEN HAULK, Cor. Third ami Buffalo nu.. dealer in Grautte, Marble. Flagging and Building stone, ( all on me ta-fore buy mg your stde-walk | y ISI.KY A CO., IV    7 and 8 Last Front street Whisky, Wiues, Brandies. Gnneral Liquor Hlore for Family Use. Kit UKK I WH % I. (.iou street, near the de iud. Boarding. Hale, teed aud Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasouable terms. Cl AM J. OirWMUI, WI t dural Ave. (Up ^ stairs). General Insurance aud Beal Eutaw agent Fire, Life, Accident, ami Live Mock lusnram’e. Prompt attention go sn to buying aud selling Keai Estate (Ii V. JONEN, I    75 K. Third st, cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages. Oysters and Poultry. m tar ATC MKH, JKWK.I.KY, AC. ;Buy the Aurora Railroad Wateb. VV ti*-pairing a specially. Frank F. supt. a'l K. Tbir«l st fM. MOCK KH. Men ham Tailor, Yid tea ural Avenue $500 REWARD! W E will pay the above re a an I for any caar of Liver Complaint, dyspepsia, Sick Htnwlacbe indigestion, i oiisiipaUon or CosUveoc-ss w* ••annot cure with West's Vegetable 1.1 ver Billa. when the direcUoi,* are mn, ii) com pl ie* I with ■They are purely \ egeuble, and never fail U jnve satisfaction Migar looted. Large tNixee containing M) Pills. £& cents Beware of coun -ti*rfeits, aud imitations. The genuine mauu (ar ured only by JOHN C. W(CST A CO. Sold k’k PH A tty Monro A Lengthy l»»H-\t* In the *euate on th* Hill subjecting Imported liq ne it ta the Laws of th* Several States — The Kiv*is anti Harbors Hill I as**. the House Y« ..buat Division WkkHlNuioN, .Visv 29—In the senate fest eru sn Vr ?■ herman. ti oui the coat III It lee WU I wretch affair*, I r pvj 11 cd til emend lur ut lo lie offered to the consular and diploid..tic appropriation bill author-icing lh* president to carry Into effect th* recommendation* of the International con ferenuc by tb« appointment (by and with the advice and consent of the senate) of the comniiasiouerk to represent the United State* in th* Intercolonial commission, wUok* compensation la to be paid from the fluid to be contributed by the several na lions interested, also, ta detail from th* •uny and uavy such officers a* may ba spared without detriment to the service, to serve as engineer* under such commission in making a survey (their expense* to be paul by the commission), and nppropri ating •rt.uou as th* share of the United States as the expense of such cotnmiMsiou sad survey. The resolution offered by Mr Cullom about the transportation of merchandise in bond over the Canadian Pacific railroad want over without actiou. The senate bill Hubjectlng imported liquors to the laws of lh* several states was again taken up aud Mr Moreau made an argument against Its constitution ality He did uot think it was in the contemple (iou of the framers of the constitution that (.ie states of the American Caum, through their legislature* aud their powers of sue eieignty, should be callad upon ae instru mentalities of law making by the cong less of the United States Th* functions of the state* were necessarily con hued (in the construction) to those matters expressly reserved to them, and to those matters over which they had original Jurisdiction and power at the time they consented to the formation of the present Union When ever that doctrine was dislodged in respect of such mutters aa the senate was now catisidering congress would have entered on a journey w hich, w hen finished, would find the country a consolidated empire He (Hi! not l**lieve in any legislation of a general character by congress that had a local aud |*e* uliar operation Uniformity of legislation was a prerequisite, but a bill now I adore the senate could not possibly bale s general and uniform hearing among the state* The right of flee ingress and ogress of tile citizens of on* state into aud from another -Mate, and the right of fre* traffic with each other, wa* the very life tdood of st* id). Th** ilending lull was one to enable a state to interfere by its legislation with the rig ut of it** people to u**e ardent •pilits 'iii.it might uot la* a valuable right It might lie otie that ought to ba restrained by law lie halieved that if the supreme court hail takeu from the iiegiu-uu*g a punier view of the question there would Sol have bosn the slightest difficulty iii a* cording to the states the full assuming of lh. ir police powers for the control of the ti alite and ll-a* of iuuixicaiite He. for our, should uot give his vote to enable any state legislature to become a legislative 1111 >ii ita I to carry out (like a territo rial legislator) uuder the consent of iou* g:***"j ri^ht** which he thought it had under »he constitution There was no necessity for haste iii the matter, unless there might lie Moue peculiar political necessity about which he was not informed He Itelieved that the safer aud wiser policy wa* to defeat the bill either by its indefinite postponement or in some other way. Mr Faulkner expressed himself as in favor of doing something, of passing some hill that would re I Ie ye the situation which now con fro ti I ell congress The question had been *lia< nosed as if It only affected Iowa and other prohibitory state*, but it affected all th«»«-e states iii which the ay* tem* of iiigti license and of local option prevailed The decision of the supreme court involved the question whether or not a *! :te «on Id collect a revenue from the Ii* en-* system or could permit ifs citizens to (lave I** ai option or cauld prohibit the tradio in intoxicating liquor* He himself lieliev ed (as th* people of his st mu did) that the license system was (lie true method of dealing with th* question Mr ('ugh held that the proposed legisla t iou (a* I he supreme court decided) w as i on stitutiooal To hi* mind, th* opposition lo the hilt wa* utterly indefensible Th* defeat of the bill would leave the states in a most serious predicament. He believed that the stat** had the power (wit hunt any irqi'latioii bv congress) to control the use of intoxicants within their limit* Th* exeui'eof that invaluable right h*d t«eB suspended by the decision of th* supreme court, hut its existence had not (teen affected Mr Fall expressed bi* entire sympathy with the idea that the states had aland ut* control of the question of the traffic in intoxicating liquors and was willing to vote fur almost any hill which would attaiu that end. The house fortification bill was reporter! from f lie lions# appropriation commit tee without amendments sud was laid ou the tabla A coo fete rice re port on the hill for a pub lie building st Cedar Rapids, la , was agiead to The consideration of the hill as to liquors iu prohibitory states was resumed and Mr Call concluded bis argument. Mr Pierre sjwjke in support of the hill. Mr Blair argued in support of the hill, proposing, however, to strike out the word “terminated” aud inserting to lieu of it the words “begun within the limits of th# state of destination” so as to make the po lire (M*w et attach to liquors aa soou as they reach the boundary line of the state of des tidal ion Mr Turpi* in opiating the bill beld that no state legislature could de* troy the rigid of an ow ner of pro|tertf to *elt. pledge or give it away; anil he declare*! that congress should not conform it.* legislation to pleas* the transient fan MtnUui of such a stat* as Iowa Outlie contrary such states should conform their legislation to lite policy of I be const it ut ion of the United States aud of th* rommel elal woi Iii. Mr Blair’* amendment wa* rejected A motion to adjourn and a roll call showed no quorum present, when Mr. Blair, remarking that th* senate was iu I * condition to pa** a temperance hill, moved to srijourn, the motion was agreed u> and at BAO lh* senate adjourned IN THE HOLAK Washington, May 49 —In the bouse yes ter*lay, after the reading of the journal. Mi O’Neill of Pennsylvania presented the Cl adc ut isis of Mr Vaux, aud they having I teen read by the clerk he escorted Mr Vaux to the bar of the boun* and tba lat ter gentleman qualified aa a represent* tie* from th* Third district af Pauosyl-vaaia Mr Vaux affirmed and at a* look his sent he was greeted with applause Os motion of Mr Grosvenor of Pennsylvania a bill was passed appropriating 1125,000 for the establishment of a natloaal mintsi v park at the battle Qaid of Chick atiisuga On motion of Mr Flower et New York a bill wa« parsed amending th* act far the erection of sn appraiser’* warehouse lo New York so a* to provide that tbs sacra tsry of tbs treaxuiy may erect tbs war# bouse at euy point within lbs collection district nortb of Liberty street on th# west •ids of the city A conference wa* ordered on th* naval appropriation bill and the bouse went lato committee of the whole on the river and harbor bill On motion of Mr Donnell ol Minnesota section eight, which declare* tbut it shall uot be lawful to construct a bridge over any na nm. bl* waterway of th* United ."tales within th* limits of state without obtaining the approval of the secretary of war was stricken out. Mr McAdoo of New Jersey offered as a substitute for the entire bill a bill creatr tog a board of river and heritor commis atoners and appropriating a bulk sum of llO.uuu.iMNi to be extruded by them Lost The committee thru rose aud reported the bill to the bouse Mr Dockery of Missouri moved tore commit the bill with instructions to th* committee on river* aud harbors to report ll bai k with th* Hennepin canal claus* stricken out lx>st- yea*. 61; nave, I'M The lull wa* then paased without division On motion of Mr Cannon of Illinois Dom the committee on rules, a resolution was adopted setting aside today for the coa*lderatiou of public building bills On motion of Mr O'Neill au adjourn maut wa* oidered from to day till Mon day Adjourned STATH PROHIBITION. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AT THE SYRACUSE CONVENTION HK acy.!) kirk, N. Y, UNITED PRESBYTERIANS- ll* Thii I y -»««»»u»l General A***u»bly ( miscue* iii Buffalo. Buffalo, May ‘J®.—The thirty second general assembly of the United Presbyterian church of North America wa* form ally opened last uight in the First I lilied Presbyterian church on Richmondaveuoa. Over ‘AX) delegates were present, some com tug from Bolton, (’anmia. San Francisco, aud the foreign mission*beiug represented ss far away as Egypt The general committee on missions con Elected with this body. consisting of one delegate from each of the slxty-one pres byterle- on the continent, has iieeu in sex aioli during t he paat week at F rankliuvilia The interest in this department of the work ha- increased gradually *o that at thin meeting every member of the com mittee was present. This Is considered remarkable. considering how far many of the members had to come to attend I b's committee distributed all moneys for missions for the ensuing year. and its report will be given at to-day’s session. ],a>t night s services were principally of a formal nature. The opening sermon w as preached try the retiring moderator of the assembly, Dr S S McKittrick of Al legheny, Pa The address was a strong one. the s|ieak*r choosing as his topic, “The Basis on which the Christian Belief is Founded," hi* text being th* first part of the forty third vers* of the tenth chap ter of Ai ts At the conclusion of the »erniou the as senibhr was formally iqwned with a prayer by the retiring moderator, after which the general sei ret ary, Dr. NN J. Reid of I itls-hurg. called the roll. Nominations were then made for the new moderator. Three names were pro p<ated for liallot They were Dr J A Wilson of Wooster, ti , Dr T ll Hanna of Monmouth, IIL , aud Dr Andrew SN at son of Egypt The latter received the ma jority of the votes ca**t. And was escorted to the «hair Dr Watson made a brief ai id re**, aud then the meeting adjourned until this morning ‘it *» o'clock. XHE CHINESfc ABDUCTION CASE. New York Chinamen Indignant Dor Le* KHI'* Arrest. New YOUK, May *1 -The rase of the Chinaman Lee Khi. charged with the ab ti ct ion and keeping for immoral purposes bueu Vee, tile jouiig Chine*# girl, was (v.ll^l in the Ton.’- qwdht! court yester J.*y Khi’slawyei xskol for an adjourn ,lieut of the hearing, iud it was povtpvued until next W.dnesd.iv afternoon The girl now sa> bel name tsTuen Mot and not Stun Vee. a.s given Tuesday. Among the Chinamen who were present in the court room and interested in th* girl’* behalf were Joseph M Singleton, representing the Six Companies; Guy Maine of tile Chinese guild, and Hut* Ria al the Presbyterian Chinese million Th# girl lol l her story before these gentlemen iu the examination room of the court, which WH- sit bsf alit tally the same as that t« id Tuesday I IS id that the feeling among the V 'ti sit ret ( iii naim n is very bitter over K ‘.i s »rrest. and that a fund is beiug raised to defend him. He wa* lur ked up «u«l the gill sent to the house of detention. Soonish Kite Reunion. KCW York. Mayst The third reunion of the Ancient Arreptcd Softish Rite I aid ie* of the Valley of New York which has lieen in progress at the Scottish Kite hall on Madison avenue alme Monday, came to a clone last night The conal* tory of New York city met at 8 o’clock aud conferred the nineteenth to the thirty sec (Mid degree* That weutieth and thirty sec oiid drn i «•»** were special I y a xem pl i fled .with great cost. magnificent costume* and fine mush Atxmt GOU Masons participated, among whom were Ambrose Welter of Waltham, Mea*.; Arthur K Blakeslee of Bridgeport. Conn.; Br-ndet Isaac* of St. Ixmis NY c. Haines of Rochester, and Iv V C Graham of New York Henry L Palmer of Milwaukee. W1s , the sovereign grand commander of the supreme council of the northern jurisdiction, visited the reunion ami was received with all th* honors due to his position A speech of welcome was made by t harles McC lense) chan, comm ender-iii chief of the conal* tory of New York. Christian Or-ientists* Convention. New York, May JU — The Christian scientists continued their session yester day A large amount of routine busmens was done, including a discussion of the method of conducting their religious journals Iu the afternoon report* were heard from various states and practical talks were in order. There were shout i -MA) people in attendance. A Fruit (Wintery Shut* Down. Dover. May 29 — Because of the failure of the (.each crop the Richardson A Robbins cannery has shut down until Sep tember This is the largest establishment on the peninsula, employing in good fruit seasons iWU hand and turning out MX),OOO t ans of peaches a Sw**pt*C Condemnation of the Liquor Traffic — L(| «latl»B    *    Rife* f*rr*m*nt of th* Law Demand*.!—^Th* I* rear Charged With Sailing Their Column* to th* Liquor Mer. 6TRACVSE. N Y . May 29-At the even tug session of the State Prohibitory amend oieal convention the Rev Dr Bool* of Staten lslaad reported for the committee on resolutions aud th* following were adopted: Besolved. That the liquor traffic Is the colossal *lce end crime of the age and con etitutional prohibition euppiemented by judicial legi-lalion and a rigid enforce ineuv of the law is the only adequate rem Resolved. That In view of the vest and vital Interests Involved in this conte-! end the emphatic indorsement of prohibition by uearly all ecclesiastical bodies, we bold It to t»e obligatory that all miuMers sud religious people do their utmost to ati ure the p'-uding amendment. Resolved, That the economic, ''dinner elal. social aud moral interest# at stake nj the pending Issue of every parent, good Citizen and patriot, necessitate the most conscientious aud determined unity of af fort to secure the adoption of the pro posed amendment. Resolved. That in order to secure the purity In the pending constitutional amendment elections sought to be secure. in general elections we warmly petition the legislature to plate it uuder the ballot reform law Resolved. That in view of the venality of a large portion of the secular press in selling their columns to the liquor traffic iu re.cut amendment campaign* for the publication of utterly false and mislead lug statements concerning the sui cess of prohibition and the impossibility of learn tig the real facts without reading our ai l* of the case, we urge all persons to read some re*pons!bl* journals that support the amendment. Resolved, That in view of the enormous amount* of money that are used by th# liquor interest to defeat all temperers e legislation, aud the desperate character of the contest on which w* are entering, we call on all friends of the amendment to contribute largely to the necessary ex pense* of the campaign. Resolved. That we moat urgently petition congress to enact a law to allow the state to prohibit the sale of liquor iii original packages The resolution regarding the censure or the press was strongly opposed by Df.O. H Warren, editor of the Northern ('hris liau Advocate, who argued that It was not wise to antag mire tie secular press of the aute who ought to be friendly to the movement and who could lie of great ben alit. The Rev. A. J Church of Rockland county led the supporters of (he re>olu lion, and in hi* speech said that to his knowledge during the recent temperance couteat in Pennsylvania the Philadelphia # Times, Record, Bulletin aud l^etiger, bad all been paid by the liquor dealers to pub lish articles iu favor of their side He also said that when the supreme court had decide.) in favor of the constitutionality of prohibition he had taken copies of thl* decision to every daily pa(»er In Utica, AIbauyt Troy aud Syracuse, aud that all had refused to print any of it exempt the Albany Argus, which used a very dHl®    .    i-c. * The resolution was adopted without great show of opposition, except by oue or two delegates The com mitten OH plan m campaign re ported in favor of forming a state committee of fifteen for general supervision, with sub-commit tees iu each county, to get the attitude of the churches aud the press and with a committee of three in each county » to do active work. Consideration of th* . report was put over till the uiorniug se* ( aion to day. The convention adjourned after taking a hat collection of 118 Si to help defray the J expense of the convention. passenger rates restored. Th* Difference* Estating In the North- > west Amicably Adjusted. New York. May J9 —The differences in regard to passenger rates in the Northwest were all adjusted yesterday sud an agreement was signed by all the roads to restore passenger rates to the same figure* as on Dec SI    _    ^    . The agreement go** iuto effect on Juue IO and will continue for sixty days No road can withdraw except upon thirty day*’ notice. The agreement was signed iu Chicago by the officers of all the roads whose executive officers could be reached there and theu Vicepresident (i*>ddard of the Atchison railroad brought it to this city. Mr. Goddard presented it to President Oakes, who signed it for the Northern Pacific aud Wisconsin Central railroads, aud than after the St Paul railroad^directors voted in favor of it President Miller of that road signed it. The situation iu the Southwest continue* unchanged The parties having cbarge of the movement to adjust rate- IU tiint set tion state that the matter re-ts entirely with Jay (iould. If he ordei- hi* subordinates to restore rates the other roads will follow at once. Two Firebug* Break Jail. Newark S. J., May 29.—Two desperate colored convicts mci|ih1 from state prison last night They are Tom Thomas aud Henry Jackson, firebugs front Mon mouth county, nerving thirty-year terms They sandbagged Charles Parker, the front doorkeeper, took the keys from him and escajied. They took all the clothing they could gather, ami roblied the unconscious doorke»*(*er of fan in cash Thomas was a runner In tba front part of the prison, and Jackson via* waiter in the head keep era’ dining room. They made their e*ca|*-while the deputies were at Miip|>er. I*. J. ('U«tM*n Found Guilty. New York, May 29—In the L'nitcl States circuit court the jury in the case of P. J. Claasseu, on trial for appropriating funds of the Sixth National bank while {ta president, after six hours’ deli Iteration returned a verdict of guilty. Claasseu was takeu to Ludlow skreet jail. His wife shrieked and fainted when she heard the verdict, but the old general remained calm. Mrs. Claasoea wa* unconscious tor fifteen minute*. lier daughter was also in court. A motion for a new trial was entered and sentence was deferred Presidential Nomination*. Washington, May 29.—The president late yesterday afternoon seut to the senate a nunitier of nominations, among them Bernhardt F. Gentsch to I* poet in aster at Buffalo, Alfred Wjlson to be postmaster at South Chic ago, and I-sac Brandt to be I De M>: pout master at nines, la. THE SPORTING WORLD. Results of Yesterday's Baseball Games. Rare* at Latonia and Grave»*ud, e ca TEM* liauvb At New York — New York...........0    0ieT323fi~i« Cleveland ........,0    0 0 I 0 I 0 t 5- I Baw* lilt* New York 15. Cleveland 8 Error* N*w York 8, Cleveland I Batterie* Ke*f* and Ewing O'Brien sod Satellite L’mpirs* .Tunning sad Matthew*. At Brooklyn - Rraoklyn............I OOO! 10 8 1— • Pittsburg .......... 000000008-1 Ba** (ilia Brooklyn 5, Pittaburg 7. Error# Brooklyn J Pittsburg T. Bauai ;el Working and Kinaiow, Tenet sod field* Uaipiree Knight and Jones At Philadelphia — Philadelphia ......S00800000-8 Buffalo  OI 110 5 8 0 *—11 Ba** biti Philadelphia ». Buffalo 15 Er' •»« Philadelphia I. Buffalo 2 P«(iei lei Huffintou aud Croe*. Baldwin and Mi a. Umpire* Gaffney and Barnes At BtoettMI—* Boston ..................  .0    8    0    I    1—8 Chicago  ...... 0    0    0    0    3-3 Game called rain. Base hit* Bos'on 9, Chicago 8. Error* Boston i. Chicago 8 Batterie* Kltfov ami Murphy; King. Bars (on and Fat tell Umpire* Feigusou and Hulbert a anomal, i.xaous. At New York- New York...........I    000000    I    *-4 < tic ago    1    2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-8 Base hit* —New York 7. Chicago 4. Knur* -New York 7. Chicago 3 Batteries Husie arid Buckley and Burkatt and Bummer* Hutchinson and Kittredge Umpire- Lynch At Brooklyn - Brooklyn.......... 0    0    4    0    3    4    3    1    *-15 Cleveland ..........I    0    0    0    2    0    0    0    0- 5 Hoe* bits Brooklyn IT. Cleveland u Errors Brooklyn 8. Cleveland 5 Batteries Terry a 4 Clark; Lincoln and Zimmer. Uni pile McQuaid At Boston — Horton .............I    0    0    0    0    0    0    (I    •- I Cincinnati ..........0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0-0 Bom* hit* Boston 5. Cincinnati 4 Errqrs Burton 2, Cincinnati 4. Batterie* Nichols and Bennett. Duryea and Kean aa. Umpires power and Zacharies At Philadelphia— Philadelphia......0    8    0    3    0    0    0    8    *-12 Pittsburg........... .0    40020810-IO Bae* Id I* Philadelphia IO. Pittsburg 9 Errors Philsdelphia 8. Pittsburg 6 Batterie* Anderson aud Clement*. Laweou and Berger. Umpire* Jones and Vickery, Second same - Philadelphia ................2 0 0 0 4 I— T Pittsburg ....................2 0 0 0 0 0-2 Game < ailed rain. Base hits I‘ut Ute) phi* 8, Pittsburg 3. Error* Phlln'telpbia3, Pitt-hurg 4. Batteries Vickery and Schrlver. Jones and Berger. Umpire McDermott. SKF RICAN ASSOCIATION. At Rochester — Rochester .........0    I    1 0 0 0 0 1    0-8 Toledo.............. 0    I    000900    I- t Bane hits K«* heater 5. Toledo 4. Errors Ro* iit-rter 6. Toledo I. Batterie- Caliban and McKeougb:    Healy and Rudgci* Urn pi tv Toole. At Svnw use— Syracuse.............0    0    000000    0-0 Louisville    ll    I    ii 2 I I ll U    •    5 Base hit* Syracuse J. Willisville 0 Errors-Syracuse2, IemlsvilieO. Batterie* Keefe and O'Rourke; Stratton and Ry au. Umpire- Does* her. This was an off day for the other clubs. Rare* at (Iraveawod. GRAVRSKND. la I., May 39.—The race* here yesterday resulted ms follows Kin*! race, k£ mile Eclipse first, Nubiau second. Bermuda third; time, 1-04 Secoud race, I mile; Philosophy first, Dr Helmuth second, Extra Dry third. •Ibm. I Rif. Thir l race. \M miles:    Badge    first,    Eon second. Grey Dawn third, time, ‘209 Fourth rare, Fort Hamilton handicap. IX miles Fudge Morrow first. Master lode second Kings Own third, time, 1:56X Flit ii race, X mile:    Bellwood    first,    Ko* son second. Lord Peyton third time, 1:293* Sixth race, I I IO miles. Barrister first. Admiral second. Larchmont third, time. i:5ix    ___ Latonia Race*. Laton!A. Ky , May ‘29 — Yesterday’s races resulted ss follows: First rate, I mile aud 70 yards:    Happi ness first, Germanic iwcund, Si I vet King third, time, 1.49 Second race, % mile; Coiiue Kinney first. Carroll Reed second. Harry Ray third time. HttV 'I bird race. I mite Hydy first. King Regent «ecoud. Eugenie third, time, L43 Fourth race, I 3-It. miles Giockner first. Cecil B second, Newcastle third, time. ‘2-02X Fifth race. I mile and 50 yards Prince Albert first, Palisade second. Outbound third, time, I 46X- Trotting at Philadelphia. PHII ADELPHI A. May 28 —Trotting race# at Belmont Driving Park association yesterday resulted as follow* 8 00 class, trotting Pretty Bell first, Lady Thompson second. Nevada third time 8:‘2RX-2 30 cia** trotting Honest George first. Maurice secoud, Hunter Pye third, best time. 2.23X-2:23 pacing tlass (unfinished- J K aud Victor won two heats, best time, 2:20. FLOGGED BY WHITECAPS. Two Dissolute Women Thrashed Into Iii«en*iMIJty. Lot’lev I LI.F, May *29. — A fiend of whitecap**, thirty iii nutnlier, visited Corydon, Iud., at I o’clock yesterday morning and proceeded to the house occupied by Lucy Noye* and Jane Flay, two women of que* tion.able reputation. The women were dragged fnun tied, taken to the edge of tile tow ll, tied to trees Mild flogged until lait ii had fainted from pttin Then the thong* were cut and t fie whitecaps departed, leaving t heir victim* where they find fallen at tile foot of the trees, limp add in sensible Besides their general had ( bar ai ter tf»e two women were suspected of having set recent fire* at the fair grounds near here.    _ The Poet VI OO re** Anniversary. New York, May 29. — Theanniversary of the f>oet Moore’s birth was celebrated last night l*y the Dublin Men’s association, at No 54 Union square There wa* a ban quet, speeches, songs, recitation* and dancing The aaaociation will decorate the Moore testimonial in Central Park on Memorial day. A Pennsylvania Congressman Nominated. PiTT8BUF.fi, May *-»).—A special to The Times froia Kane, Pa., say*: L F. Watson, Republican, was renominated yesterday for congress from the Twenty eighth district. His nomination la equivalent to Steelton. EUROPEAN AFFAIRS. EMPEROR WILLIAM’S LABOR POLICY COMMANDS ADMIRATION. HI* Kndeavore to Ameliorate the Condi lion of the Worker* Relieved to be Pincer#— A Woman Arrested at (jiisssi (own for Carrying a Loaded Revolver End of the Dock Laborers’ ftrtke. I/isnoM. May JI9.—Though there are etill a few who doubt th* ultimate sucre** of the labor policy of Emperor William of Germany, noirody questions bis sincerity in bis endeavors to ameliorate th* condition of the workers, while hts present activity tn the supervision of labor matters at home aud Inquiry Into them abroad commends general admiration It is stated upou good authority in Berliu that the kaiser bas decided to ask the aanistance and co-operation of th* English trades uuiou* iu th* formation of a working men’s privy council to have immediate control of the preliminary workeof forum lat lug the regulations governing trade matter* in Germany, and to adviat and pasa upon such questions aa mav arise from time to time affecting the relation* bet weeu employer aud employe blae Ii of these councillor* is to receive an aunual salary of 2,ODD mark* and the body is to ba known a* the arbeitsrath ARRESTED FOK CAKKYINU A REVOLVER. Upon the arrival of the steamship City of New York, from New York, May SI, at fjueeuntow'u yesterday a female pa*.*euger, who gave her uame a* Mrs Nugent, was discovered when passing the euntoiu* oft! cia Is lo have a loaded revolver concealed iu a secret pocket iu oue of her skirts She ii inc I al Hied ownership of the weapon aud declared that a fellow passenger, named Devtue, had requeued her to carry It ashore for him. Devine could not lie fouud and Mrs Nugeut was arrested aud arraigned tiefore a magistrate, who re mended her for further examination for violation of the law prohibiting the bring tug of firearms Into Ireland. The strike of the 3U0 timber handlers on the Liverpool docks, which begun Tues day, lo luforre their demand for an in crease of wage* to tis a day, was of short duration. As the striker* were backed by the Dockuien’a union and the employer* were unable to procure men to tAke their pluces, the demands of the men were ooh ceded yesterday and work wa* reauraed A DINNER TO POOH CHILDREN Mile Kaffalovitch, who is to become the wife of Mr William O’Brien, M P., gave a dinner to 500 poor children at New Tipperary yesterday aud crowned her chartt able work for the day by donating a large aum to the aupport of the school conducted by nuns at that place The dtnuer was a most successful affair and aroused th* enthusiasm of young and old to a high pitch The vineyards in the valley of the Hhine are tieing devastated by worms, which in fest tile vines in such numbers that their ex I e i in mat Ion is impossible. It i* est! mated that hundreds of thousands of viues have already been destroyed and the destruction of the entire crop is threat-ened Three iat»orers were killed by lightning while working in a field near Kelheim, Havana, yesterday. The trial by court martial of Corn mender William Auuesley of ber majesty'* warship Icarus, for excessive aud illegal punishment, of seamen uuder his com inaod, ended yesterday The charges against Auuesley were sustained by th* evidence and Ii* was sentenced by the court to receive public reprimand TO HONOR GtN. LEE. Th* City of RU-hiuonil Crowded Wuk Kit! buxioat Ic Southerner*. Richmond, Va., May ‘29 —The city of Richmond is crowded almost to suffix:* tiou with visitors who have come to witness tile unveiling of th* Lee statue to day. Trains from the North aud from the South have been arriving at short intervals all day The crash uf brass aud th* locating of drums i* beard ou every baud. Every one of Hie Southern states has sent a delegation Iu uniform From every part of the state of Virginia people hare •(warmed into Richmond until the botel* and private residence* alike are overflow iug sud every public hall I* filled with cots Nearly 5,000 Confederate veteran* •lepi last uight on cotton ticking"spread over straw, the only bed that the committee on entertainment could provide Con federate emblems draped In graceful harmony with th* national colors stand in Trout of the houses and adorn the corridor* of the hotels. State colors are swung like banners across the principal streets The formal festivities were opened at the Richmond theatre with a military bail The theatre had been decorated for the occasion with an elaborate display of flags and bunting From the centre of the high ceiling was swung a canopy of streamers lu colors of the Maryland aud Virginia. The same colors prevailed in the plush draperies of the balconies Along th* border of each of the balconies were the coats of arms of Confederate ••fates, while between them bung banners of plush In the centre of the stage wa* a fountain half hidden from view in s bowet of blossoming plants Against the stage drop in the rear stood a bust of I>ee. In cit bet side w as a stack of Conf* derat# colure, aud beside them th* coat* of arms of Maryland and Virginia. The bo*** on either side of the stage were dressed in the confederate colors and the colors of Maryland and Virginia Miss Mary I<ee and Mi*.** Mi hi red I„*-e daughters of Gen K E la-**., a-sidled in ilia reception of tile gin-st« The army of North Virginia met last night and heard addi'exx*-* bv Gen E M Isiw of South Carolina The election of officer* for the flirt.in;; year was then held, after which I. Le body od jolt rued to Sanger hall and partook of a teiiiqnet * ll wan lite larges*! gathering of (he a.*KO elation shoe the war. A La’ K* l>rl(-x»tlou from Maryland. BALT!vi<HIK, May 29 —The steamer Char loft* left here last evening for Rn lnnotid, carrying the veteran corps of the Fifth regiment. (Confederate) Th* Society of the Alloy and Navy of the Confederate States in Maryland and tlie Society of the Maryland I due. comprising in all alfout I.‘JIO mr-ii, left for the same pla«* late last night to do honor to the memory of their former illustrious comm&nder-in chief, Koltert E Io-e Bait iuiore’s pride, the Fifth, 50o strong, started far Richmond at an early bour yesterday morning Ob to liichmoad. New York, May ‘29.—A train of five Pullman sleeping cars and a baggage car containing about 150 Confederate veterans and their wives left Jersey City last night for Richmond, to be present at the unveil lug of the statue of Robert & Lee lo that city to-day. NO ’.Kl TgT? TTT! STPOItE W—* awafs iii Mii-tei ait. M-- only....... .---------  ««im    j    muiH.    worth    75c.,    only IO dozen I adion’ patent thumb, bort black silk heavy .lereey Mitts, w.utli 75c only  .............................  ’...........** 15 doien Mi—ae* and children’s fine cream silk Jersey Mitts, worth 95c., only IO dozen assorted misses and children * very tine qualities beat silk jersey Mitts, creams and tans, worth 40c , only........................ 5 dozen mioses’ super fine qualities Milk Jersey Mitts worth 50c , only....... Ladies extra large white Aprons, with fine lucks, worth Hic , for............ Ladies’ choice and terrictthle Aprons worth 5tc , for ....................... Children's Lace Capa, worth 50c., for ...................................... IO dozen hoys’and girls'double knee and warranted best fast blink ribbed Hose, worth 40c . for ................................................ !0 dozen ladies' Balbriggan Hose wortli ‘Joe., only ......................... 5 dozen ladies 91.09 Corsets for............................................ 5 dozen boys and ladies tine Flannelette Blouses worth 75c., only ...... 3 dozen new design lace Carriage Paras-d Covers, worth 75c,, for........... 809 yards Linen Torchon Lace, worth 1*2* cts. per yard, only................. J dozen fancy box Note Paper worth loc per box.................... ..... 5 dozen gentlemen’* white luundried Shirts, all sizes, wortli 91 OO. only..... IO dozen geulletueu’s tine fancy half Hose, assorted colors, worth v5c. for 20 dozen uiec’s 4 ply liucn Collars worth 20c., for  ..................... IO dozen gentlemen's fine liucn tim st Handkerchiefs, worth 124c. only ..... DA 2Jc :t5c 45c 48c 18c 28c Die 15c SWc SWC 24c 8c 48c IHC 49c file. 5c 09c 15c 10c 5c EniE; STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! L’Oi NALK.—Two building lute, .Mtxt^i, on I Leopard street ut rn Fourth »t reel. Inquire st 73 k. Fourth street. w (»KEKK* WANTED. Men,and women agent* Big pay. Steady work    «Hit tit fro*. No experience needed. J. Kcuk.N* Whii NKI. .•> urwei > limn. K'»• heater,N. ¥. S TODD A BT A (JO., Patent Attorney*, Sift 7th BL, Washington, D (J, opp I' a. latent office. Patent#, caveat* aud Re l«#ue# secured Trad* Marks registered Ail Patent button conducted tor imrterate Fee*.    I ii formation, Ad vow and a|*M-ial reference* *ent on request. *7&M i*    A WONTII can lo- made 18 i-dll.tTU working for us. Persona preferred who can tut nt»h a home ami give their whole time (u the busine**. Spare moment* may he protii-ably employed also. A tew vacancies in town* and cinev. B. K. JOHNSON A CO,, ior»; Main St., Kichmund, Va. REMOVAL. , Dr. Geo. F. Bito Wham ha* removed hi# office and reaideuet* to No. JEW I Hive st rec* I. orriCK Hut'k»— lo a. iii. (ill noon; I p. in. nil 4 p. iu. Munday forenoon and weekday evening* by apian n tineut. J. I J 1| Will buy 4*1 Dove street a eon ^ I %Tl nj cement s ria on hon re ;e lot he# pre-ae*, eon I and wxshI house, handsome veranda ami vestibule, hark stool* and storm-house, •ereen doors aud windows, storm sashes ami outside blind*; handsomely pa pend, newly painted inside ain) out, water and sink In kitchen aud hydrant for lawn. Lot 00x180, new sidewalka, fruit (rte*, garden and hot-lnd A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchant* Hank*Butldiug.£ Inquire of lf    Jacob    Wirtneror    Frank    May. —EgggiEi11 1. ..    ................ CARL SCHAUER s 59 East Third St., Has jtiMt received a full lint* of Pf I ta OVERCOATS AUD KEM Ktjual to any in tin* city, and at prices that. will pay you to see him bcfoir* purchasing. OUK SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF OM Ties and Slitters WE NAVE THEM IN PAT* ENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER. WITH A LA ROE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I S.Centpe Street JUST RECEIVED - —— A CmiIdhiI of (lie- - FINEST and RAREST ROSES. SlamroHca. Weeping Rose*. Evergreen#, Sh rn ha, Climber*, Fruit ami ornamental tree* Never before »li«l you nee tree* *<> nice ami large a* these are. I will sell them very cheap. Why do I •ell them cheap? Because it will help lo improve lite city and make It poH&ible that after nome time there will lie no city or town in whole Chnut. Cornily better provided with flue tree* than Dunkirk Call at VANDERMEULEN^ GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle and Seventh St#. P^y CjooDS Af4D Carpet?. km MHM UN MOH AM (CHK AN KLOCK. .‘WG-402 Main Struct, Buffalo, ...    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto la:    ‘’Second to None.” We wish to In* second to none in your service. Try na mid •ce. _ We wish to itiipreaH upon our out of town friends, iii view of the proposed ciiangeN in the? tariff aud the probable increase in the coat of nearly all kindu of dry goods, that (Ik* month of dune will be *thk month for them to whop.    Prices were never tower than they arc? at preseot iii our atore. 11 lite proposed t ariff bill pasae.4, prices must go up. We ure otb’tiiig splendid bargains in sateens aud ginghams and summer wash fabrics of nil kinds. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks arc selling cheap. We i(uote the? following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen’# blue mixed nhirt# and drawi-r# iii medium weight*, al 50c per suit. Gentlemen* Balbriggan underwear, 50c. per suit. Gentlemen’s blue angola shirt* and drawers at 25c. each, 40c. good#. Ladies’ Jersey vert* a* low a* 10c. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vest# with lace trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vest* at 25c. ‘each. While and bl ark lisle thread Jersey vest# at 75c. each. Silk vests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will he considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our price# are much below even current prices, and we are selling fine cloth#, napkins, D'Oyleys, towels, etc., at rare bargain#    - New styles in parasol*. New style* in glove*. New styles in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for Carpets, Rug*, Drapingand upholrtering,fabrics. Adam Minim and /ode!son, A M KKIC AN BLOCK, MA / A HTH KET, BUFFALO. N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, :t«4 MAIN NT., BUFFALO, N. V. OKAI,KH IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Good*, etc. KSU UA VISU, UU Lit if SIL VK ll PLA TIN A COMPT .RTK LINK OF Holiday Goods RGI MAIN HT It IO KT, Opposite Iroquois,Hotel. —— Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures VOg.CET THE-WRONO SORT; THE RICHT ONES ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE Midt only by GEO. A. MACBETH I CO., PITTSBURGH, PA ;