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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer March 7, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK, N. Y., FRIDAY. MA RUH 7. 18**0. NO. 2N. HEM KRESTA TI VE riUII KMIONAL. o USINESS HOUSES R. T. KOI.I'll, M ll.. A lilt* OF DUNKIRK NKW IU’1.1 NO >1 At HINK. for rulirir all kin it- of blanks I- lh** laU->*t a-*diti«*r *#• Mrehumral I ><|iart MKH I of Dunkirk Printing Company. \v ot m I Yard, Tim Phytunan and Burgeon Office over Ly «#*• Drug More. If ret i i** ne#*, Central Avenue. Telephone No. 9. Calls mat be left at I yon'a. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ^ I DUDA KT A I ti.. Patent Attorney*. 1515 7th " i-!uiigton, D ( , opp C S Patent of lh ** Patent!*, Caveat** and R** Umiea aerure«l Trade Mark** registered. All Patent blunnen# •*>nd lined for moderate Tees. Information Advice and 8|M*eial reference* sent on request Vt. I. a I > I»r. ii > 11 >ai i I Central Avenue, oui-out ie Nin-kel Plat J jot Al) rra«1e« of liar I ami Soft Coal, Lim.tar, ."thingtee arni Lath. I-re# lehv    Correspondence    for    wLolwtlc    lot* •Midi ted. a I.F.X. M. w ANN, Practical Plumber, ca* anil st*Min Fitter. Special attention given to Sanitary Bilimbing    Kali mates given in Pliinihiug, (>as Fitting, Steam Heating anc Hot Air Furnaoes. t"< E. Third atreet. II IC (UFFORD, MS and SSI Central Ave >. Artistic I'ho log i a plier. lnstanUiu**»u*-Photographs of Itabi**** a »q»«-«'laity. sitter# •iced not wait for sunshine except ort •abies I 1<M>K BINDERY JA MKH IRVIN**. I'r.i- 1 I pro tor, No. !*’• ii. second street, near Huffs.!'* str«*»*t, Dunkirk, N. I. Magazines, Music, Pamphlets, et#-., U.und iii alt sty I*—. * trier# promptly attended lo. All work guaranteed. I RCIIF.ICN CROCKERY IIOCSF., ii    HUK    Central    \    venue vVholesatc ami retail dealer .*» I p*»rU‘d and »«**ncs’ie t luna. Oli'saw ire-, A* . * ill AN. ll. Ii A It it Is, til I antral Ave Gen-V/ era! Insurance, Life, Acni*ftent ami T ire. Before traveling insure voui He in the old reliable “Trttveiers'.” Ileal Estate Agent. Loan* nett >uate.| on ii iiiM-rh'. . til ACT ACRITA I IOT Kl., I /    Kales, (I ja r day. Livery ami Hoarding Stable in connection. Victor Knter, 115 and .137 Lion street. / OTY ll \KftKR SHOP VZ    I    has.    N    Ig.e,    Prop., Utiler Lake Short National Hank, corner Center an* Third stietts. A tine stock of !•. r.*i ii aud Domestic I gars. • ION KLI N A SON, l y    ;t,»- * ruler street, Pmcticnl hor-** -tn •*•*«*. Particular att*'nlion pa**1 to interfering horses, sin * mg of mad . ti . (rotting horse* a »fK*c4altjr. £(>0 SALA KY, |4<» EX PE HH KH IN AD-VAS< K, allowed each month. Steady employment nt home or traveling. No Mounting. Ditties delivering and making collections. No Postal I anis. Address with stamp. II AF Kit A CO., I bi us, Ohio. I wish pi employ a few indie* on salary to take charge of mv business at their homes. Light, very fascinating and healthful. M ag* a fl'Ytx r vci-k. Keferemre given. Ko**! J*ay for parttime. Addr* k* with st nip. Mkh. Marion VY a I. KKR, Louisville, Ky. '(J IMI III s^'ill (III % »»vni yigwf im -r.jo.im worjtiag for WIL pers,,n# j*rc- ferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole lime to the business. Spare moments may be piofit-• bly employed al-**. A few vac an* irs in town* and cities ll. K. JOHNSON A CO., 1009 Main vt.. Rnhmond, Va. TheNMbrmon Elders’ Book ■ on B. YCa strength, mail. d fro* (o n.. i i men, aJfljN* F. & Urolith. KHI (iiwad BC. Hts fork CI!l'SIIi:i) TO DEATH. terrible accident on the lake SHORE RAILROAD. SPRING 181)0 Helen Person* Known to Ive Killed nod About Fifteen Injured, Home of Them I’ei haps tnt ally—The Accident Caused by the Train lit cal. leg iii Inn and the Two Wert ion* ( outing Together. Ill FFAIX), March 7.—The Cleveland and Chicago cxpm** **n the Like Shore road, due here from tbe West at S:57 p. rn., broke in two n*-H r Bay View station, a I gait si* tnil«*s from this city, last night. The two ■ectinra ♦-ame together and a terrible wre*-k remit#-#!. The railroad officials stated that four per-aons were killed, one fatally injured and ten k-ss seriously injured. The MUilh track was cleared at 12:10 a. rn. so tliat trains (mn pa>». The accident occurred one mile w*-st of Hamburg. W E. Deland of Fairjiort, who managed to ('limb al***ar*l the relief engine, says tile train was behind tune and bail liven having trouble with lh*' brakes At Bay View tho train came to a sudden stop and a moment later Ui ere was a terrific crash. TELES* OFED THE DAY COACH. Th** sl*s‘|s*rs had become eeparated from tile rest of the train and then hail dashed into the day «-**a*-h. telescoping it completely. There were forty or fifty people on the day conch aud Mr It*-land says lie can’t see how int** coni*! have ♦•seajaxl uninjured. He stepjied off just liefore the crash an*! was, no far as he knows, the only one who esr-aped. A Like Shore official is said t*> have acknow U-dgcd that ten or eleven people were killed Cots for fen |* **ple have l*ren <*r*ler«*d at the Filch hospital. 'I be I .ako Shore oflii-iik rig 1* fly' excluded AMERMAN BREWERIES. Mr. Latens Hays Very Few of Them tv ill be Hold to Syndicate*. Washington, March 7.—F. J. Lefena of Chicago and H B Brharmann of Brooklyn, president and vice president respectively of Ute Bremen' aves mtion of the Uoiled States, appeared liefore the ways and means committee and made argumenta against any increase in the present duty on h*»|M. In answer to a que*! toil from one of the committeemen, Mr. I^efens said the reports «-on**em-ing the contemplated purchase of American breweries were usually HO per cent. wind and IO per cent. fa«*t. Mr. Schnmiann said that the American hof*s were equal, if not sujierior, to foreign ho;**. Tx st year he had not purchased a jnana I of the im|>orted article They decided, however, to Is* always sure of having the f*>reign Iwq* at their command in the event *»f a fHilnre of the bop crof« in this recintry. Foreign hops were principally us#**I to flavor I leer. Mr Sehartnann ereat#*#! some amusement bv the statement that in tis* pndiibi-tion stat*** more U-er was consumed than in the licensed states, because there was no license to lie paid in such states and leer was consequently cheaper. CANADIAN HSII Ell! ES. THE HOUSE ANO SENATE. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. COMMANDER GORDON HIS REPORT TO THE PRESENTS SENATE. UN KIRK KY KN I NG Olisl RY KR. Largest Daily rn the Comity. An unequalled advertising medium. THE SAWTELLE MURDER. If tram’* Little Daughter sited* Home Light on the Mystery. Boston, March 7—Some fads that may powfitfiy throw a little light on the relent Sawtelle murder have Ion discovered by Mia. Hiram Sawtelle iii talking with her lit- ' tie girl Marion The child wan not quest ioned lait l**gan to talk alioiit h**r trip« to R*x*he»-U*r i'i :b curs with Uncle Isiutc ami his motlier an.! of the at range apjsaring man who d.d not 'it with them, but who convened I with IsaMi* on the platform or at the extreme end of the oar. At Na.-lma also, where a long slop wan made, the two whispered together. The child nays that the man had dark bushy 1 bail' aiel a black mustache, and although she never enw Dr. Blood but nom she declare** that Is*- is the man who was with them on tile train The grandmother cannot remember rejxirters from the relief train and will give J anything about the stranger, ex«*ej*t ing that was with him for a long tune at * INkli.K KM. I NL KIU NO (OMI* ANI. I f    F«trivet iv    s.-slew »V Hojiiil**. vt a*i u ta* i rn cr <0 kujjincn, Holler, l*iii!*:>s, Bualtiuf Dangers, el*. Faturue, t**rg.i*gs, CaeUngH, aud vt stem in Murk murder. 5 \ t'NKIRK BH I UT CO., .'Oi, BUB aud • I w center street, Ila nu (ae lurers »»l tile “Civ.inweli” amt ‘’Dunkirk'’ |*erfeel - (Rung Dress afcrts. On sate in all leading turin siting, clothing aud dry g***sls houses in Dunkirk, I a I. TOO MKY, J / ,    (..4    ami    (.5*i L1011 sti -et, Dealer in Flour, Feed, alt, Haled Hay. I*boa* idtules, et* . Kblaliltsiied, »»*7 I I D. MATTESON d? CO L1 RIF: HOI KL and liming Saloon, I mon l»eii"l. I'.asy aooew Pi ait 4ram» and na»-tavsa House*, ileal accumtuoualious l*ir C*»u>-n ‘r«-itti I raveiors. J * >n ii J. Murphy, IN up. J ll KKR* Mi < (»-. 1*^    97    ami    99    K I hu«i str*‘«*U Flue Furniture, t ahunt Mur* ami I l ustering. I'lcturc Frames made loonier. WAIT DV ll. M A TX KHON Ai til., ;«M (Jeiitrai ,Vve , Leaders of Fashion an*! (ieatieuien ouiiilten*. I^ABKU. BTF.A.VI ll KATI .BO CO.. kl anulneiitreni of Ste un Dean ii g A pparstua. .Ntiutary IM urn Ping a B|*e*:iaity. oui: BTF WI l.AI .BORY. FOR ii *»ur nj**-* lulte-s:    Fin*-    Mn    ria,    lo* ; Mr; culls, Ic, ami Lace Curtains, in ei *■ A IV. I un tilings, AG Center aln Collars, r I MdIV- -e I ii. OLO Ai. L l int'* si., i *»r. of HufTa!** Ii teul tine* ami de.* cr in F ine ii* - I-A ll w ll JL t d'O* I KYU V W Kl l.KICS BF. VV STdltK, lo. ii I it* 1«! - » Ho**ks, BU»L«inerv, >!ii-m;*I 1 .cut. 'dugUAir.* »,Daily a . I o * ekiy IV h u* ! eveiyitiirg p**rtaiauig iou drat e*ass U •ic ta Bcinsi. ins'kh a sjkn-laity lo- Ion PRI s riB(i of every *h n|otto*t ll. HIX rat*** hv ■M'rtptiou aud at Dunkirk I’rtuttag Ortnjiany, S amt it) L aecouti .1. It. VAN Ut' RUN A SOB, Accident amt (ieueral Ll- on in Ural ht-UU- and Loan*-. Bktcntiou paul l*> Die c ire of itr**i** rty lag rents Ac. £19 1 «-nU r st,, iml ti.sir Md* Life, V ii* al-i’ar.ictilar raillect- Spring Hat. saturday, March 1st M O RUCH PFI IRM Ak Y, UM* central Vvenue Do information The killed, .*«» far as known, are as follows: E. EL Stewart arni w ife, Rochcater. J. Swain, col*»iv**l porter, t’m**inuati. llRn. Joseph I). Baitci*h,Haimtoga Spring*, RTI* I three unknown 'J he nari s of the injured are: Hey. J**itns*in Myers, Cincinnati; **ut in bend ami leg. L. Ii. Fisher, Boston: right ankle *lisl*v cat**!. 11*-a*I slightly cut. F. A. Coon ms, B7s North Twenty-fifth street, Philadelphia; side awl, head cut. Julia Healy, Boston; b«-a*I injured ami Colies fracture of ri-.ht nim. J. C. AnysTft**NOf Biti Fulton avenue, R«e che tor; ben*) *nt an I leg injur***!. Mrs. J. I>. Bai cub, Saratoga Springs; j fracture of skull; has siihv di**d. Vt’. W. Branch, Charleston, W. Va., left ann In ok* ii Cha it 1.eh Bakch, N«*w- York city, left J ankle sprained. ll. U’. J alder, IGI South Goodman street, ) Bock- sfer, .-'Tikle spi-nin*-*!. I.. F. II ai t*t. J'd Summer st fret, Buffalo, I*- t vv: id cut (gully. Ce* rot ll. Allen, general northern iMt.*#- ! anc* 1 u -ent. leg injured. HENLY I I rich, Itochexter, kne*- sprain**!. J. D. Bapci b, Saratoga Springs, fa**** and leg cut JvUPS SIEDEL, New York city, left arm broke, Ii Born;eH. Tiicmpb* in, ankle sprained in jumping from the coach. J. K. Minniok, l hilad* lulli . arm crushed. EL E. Stewart of Is*) State street. Rochester, with his wife ami ls-ni<*ntlls <>!<I baby, was in th** day «*<-a- Ii when the * rash came. Mr. Stew-art ««.-> in iantly kill*-*!. Mrs. St«-w-ai I dud In-fore she *-*111 d is* taken from the wreck. Th* l*aby was ui.injtir**d. Th*' hero of the affeir us altin>n, the cobwed |x>rtcr of the Wagner car. Ile was th*-first man bi rush int** the wrts ked car. and sei»**l the lamp, v hi Ii was burning in the debris, and threw it from the window*, thus preventing a terrible conflagration. C* n. blet or Ki-st of the Wagner car al'-o *lis-Ungtii l»**tI hiniM*lf for bravery ami prewuce of mital. Julius S:e*rB*l was I air ie* I over an hour in the ruins, pinned down by a heavy t*miler, ll#- beard the groans of Mix St«*wart, who hail Ls'ii sitting in th** scat iii front of him, mitt! death put an end to h--r agony Tile latest 1* polis -b*>v* that si* veil are dead, although the 1:01 of thus* of them tire unknown. ’.h • wi u;ui ** were brought to this city and taken to the hospitals. her Min Na-hua. C'lllrRM for Neuron*. N ohed ut, Va., March 7.- W. A. Htinton, general se*-retacy of the (’oloiv**! Young Men’s Christian association **f Norfolk, ha.s arrived her*- from an extended b>ur of the .Southern stabs in Hie interest of Young Men’s Christian association work among the colored colleges. He visited in all fifteen colleges Thiwe at Nashville, New Orleans, \t!anta. Montgomery and Tuskegee were in a nourishing comlitioii. The people of the South, lie says. both white ami colored, take special interest in the work. Fully 1,500 young negro m**n and women attemi th«*se <-oli.*g* s, and they represent the rmdiura threiugh which a successful work may he inaugurated among the masse, in the lie saki that iii .XI ma, Ala, there are Ave colored colleges, on** an industrial seminary for colored young women, over 700 of whom are in attendance. The majority of th se schools are conducted by the white people, who mauif«*st eonsder-abk- • .licit ode for th** material prosperity of the colored man. iii Atlanta, Cia,, the second Color*d Young Men’s Christian association ut tile United Suites has been organize*!. The Vlodtn* Yivemli largely Taken Advantage of by American I l«hrrun n—Thr Preservation of the Halibut I inlier ie* Btrongly Urged— .4 Family of I bree Person* Hume*! lo Death. Ottaw a. March 7.—In the senate yesterday Renator Abbott, in the alisenoe of Minister of Fisheries Tupjs-r at Washington, brentght »l"wu the rejsirt of the fisheries protective service (luring the past year. In hit* report to the government Commander (foreion, in charge of the protective cruisers, draws attention to the fact that the only seizure of ait American vesnel during the year was that of the Mattie Winship of Gloucester, held and titled f2,0lll for fishing in the territorial waters of Canndu. The nndus vivendi, Commander Gordon says, was much more largely taken advantage of by American fishermen, ami there are j certain lin**sof fishing which no opportunity, however favorable, could make remunerative to them unless they can use either Cana than or Newfoundland ports for purples other than those guaranteed bv the treaty of l^lH. F*»r instance the fresh halibut fishing j on the Grand Banks unless flit* United States j fishermen can nm in for bait and ire, fishing will not pay them. In illustration of this, it is shown that at the port of Ca nae alone 252 Vinita were paul United States fishing vessel*. Of these 15Ii were vessels socking bult, ice or supplies. Half the United States mackerel fleet which visited Canadian waters last year consisted of <52 vessels, their catch being re***»rded us I ti,775 barrt-ls, an average of IO!) Iiarrels, against ISH lot ire-Is the preceding year taken off the <s>a,st ct Nova Beotia ami in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The bital catch by Can-«<ln’s vessels was only 65,000 ImrreUi. Commnm'er Gordon strongly urges the advisability of arranging w ith the Unite*I States for tin* pres* rvnti*>n **f the mackerel fisheries, "i he altsoiute prohibiti<Hi of the purse s»*ine would go far to accomplish this end, Hie pree hil i'ioii u-nu to extend for tile whole year in place ’»f pint of twelve months as at present iii force in the United States. The bual number « f men euipk»yed on the sea going fisheries of the Maritime provinces i* 8,159 uni in the shore*-fishing in Blats H4,-1)17.    _ BURNED TO DEATH. Three F'I a iii es. A story Dented. Philadelphia, March 7.—The story from Norristown of the death-lied con fess ion of J. ti. Henderson that h** murdere-d Dr. lowering t*venty-f<*ur years ag«i is discredited. Mr. Henderson die*! four years ago, ami no one can lie found who (am testify to the alleged contes ion. The story is a revival of a long-current but unauthentic rumor. One man was -ecu who declared that he and Henderson were in the latter’s shire when the fatal shot was fired, so that Henderson could not have Leu tho murderer. < hildr* n I’erlsh in the The Father's brief. Parry Sound, Out, March 7.—Fire o*--carred here in which th.ee imMtib'-rs of the family of VYiiiiam Robm.vni w#-n* burned t«> ileath. Robinson was awnkr*ne*l by noises of South fire down stairs, lait on running dow n to it was driven l*a<*k by smoke and lieut ami in a few moments the whole house, which was only a light frame wooden building, was en-1 velojied rn flame.*. Robinson with his wife ! and two children «rujied by jumping from the tip stairs windows, three unfortuiiate i *ut*s Lung left liehtml. Their names were Benjamin, aged In, Linda, lh, ami Ida. 5 years. The grief of the parents at the loss of their ■hildren was mod distressing and it was with iif!i*-ti!t\ that the father was r**stram*Hl from running into the flames in an effort to recover them. Public Blinding ttill* 4’wnsldered—Pension DHI* Passed. Wanhivoton, March 7.—Iii th** h*ai*e yes terdnv **ev*-ral {Mitiltc Iniilding bills were favorably considered. Mr. Cannon of Illinois took offense at a remark by Mr. Milliken of .Maine, concerning “pork iii the pot” But the matter blew over without any serious difficulty. Bill* were j*ass#**l appropriating F35.GOO for a jKMb*fflce site at W ashiugton am! providing for public buildings at tanning, Mich.,Galen> lairg, 111, Ashland, Wis., ami Nan Jose, Cal. The house tlicn adj«*urne>l. IN THE BFIN ATFk Wa ah I noton, Mardi 7.—.\fter routine business the senate t«*ok tip the calendar and linssed two I elision bilks—one granting F75 a mouth to tie* daughter of Gen. W. J. Worth, and one increasing to ROO a month the pension of the willow of Maj. Gen. G. K. Warren At 12:40 the senate, on motion of Mr. Dolph, went into sre'ret s*-ssi*>n, ami at 5:10 when the doors were reopened, adjourned Th#*v ('an’t Agree. Washington, March 7.—Immediately after th** morning busine*** the senate went into M*cret session on the question of imprisoning reporter* who reveal the secrets of secret sessions. Mr. Dolph thought such reporters should lo* excluded from the senate gallery. Mr. Edmund* suggested that all the senators ami employes tat** an oath of jMirgation to relieve them of all suspicion for what had I teen done in the past, ami that the mutter lie dosed with that. Mr. Ingalls pr ’I>*s#h1 that h committee L* apjiointod to confer with the pres* committee This met with much opposition and without any action the si'nate ad-joumod. FREESTONE CUTTERS- They Reply In the 'I ani fest <1 «>f the ('*>n-trartor** Regard im; VV ag*-*. Boston, March 7.—The Journeymen Freestone Cuttcre’ /*'-<» -iation has adopted a reply to tin- re cent m:uiif«*stoof the contractor*, "iii*- cutt«*r* <ieclare that they must themselves Is* th** sol** judges a* to who shall or •dmH not Lisane members of their organization. And f lint the existing rules of the union regarding apprenth-asand the nutation fee are j* rfecilv fair ami equitable. The union ne*‘epts the «*ontrji' t**rs' propiaition for payment bv th** h**ur, but reject* that suggesting individual contract* with employes. The cutters deny that any attempts has ever Lh*ii made by them bi blackmail any persons. Th** pr**jio^itions a* to th** annual adjustment of hour , fitting* of stone and redress for employers are severally accepted The union express* - its willingness t<» stile •nit all off* uses and gi'ievanoes to a l»onr*l of arf dtrati* >u, to consist of equal numbers of employers ami employes. ENTHUSIASM OVER RAPID TRANSIT BY ELECTRICITY T vat na Drawn at the Hate of Twenty Miles an Hour Without Trouble —A Welcome Announcement to ('realtors. A Btu (thorn Strike at Liverpool — Further Debate on tbs Parnell Report. London. March 7.—The promoter* of the whelm* to Kitbntttute electricity for steam as the motive power on the underground railway system of London are enthusiastic over the successful test of one of their motor* which wa* made on the CTaphani line The motor drew an ordinary train at the rate of twenty mike an hour without the slightest difficulty, and the fact that the work wa* I ie rf* Tined seventy fret beneath the surface, and involve*I |wi**age through the tunnel* under the river, showed the fallacy of the objection* of those w bo have con ten* Ie* I that the us** of electricity nuder ground i* not practicable. PREPARED TO HETT UC. William Mordenfeldt, the civil engineer and manager of the Maxim-.Mordenfeldt Gun and \nimiinitioii com | rn ny of London, who was re*witty ilc**lare*| a Ltnkmpt, announ***** to hts creditor* the welcome intelligence that he i* preqiared bi j»ay all of his liabilities in full. THE LIVERPOOL STRIKE The strike «if the liverpool d(M'k laLirer* promises bi Is* a bitter *,onte*t. The men are firm in their demand for higher wage* and Hie exclusive employment of union hands, while the master* are equally determined not to yield. Already there* are 2,000 imported ‘ blacklegs” working on the d«*‘ks and the cotnimnies seem to experience no difficulty In getting all the men they need, though the quality of their work is not altogether satisfactory. ((wing to the extremely exacting demands • if the hand* employed in the cloth factori«w at Laiubreeht, Germany, the masters have decide*! tqsai a general lockout. fhe Kwedish Geographical society ha* unanimously awarded to Kmin l’asha a 4*** ial m**lal in recognition of hi* eminent Bervie*** in the advancement of civilization in Africa. In possession of one of the Nihilist* arrested near the Anilchkoff palace, where theczar mid imperial family are residing, on Monday, was found a numL*r of letters containing information which has enabled tile police bi make numerous other arrect*. The letter* ii re sail I to implicate several person* of exalted rank, all of whom Hre understood bi Is* under surveillance. A tierce tight is already in progress between the Cartel pnrtie* and the Centrists to secure the presidency of th** new rei hstag I!st. ( lenient lintier De til. 1*1!D.AI»Ei.PHIA, March 7 —Rev. ('lement Butler, IX IX, died in Germantown \Ve*liit«-*L‘ty night, aged BO years. He was at line time re tor of Trinity church. Washington, and chaplain of th** IJniUsl States senate. During th** rebellion he was employed by the government in several important and deli-**»b* me ioits. Afterward he re id**! in Rome an I wa* chaplain of the American em-t««s-v titere-. He was an intimate friend of VY cl<.s?**r, City and Calhoun in their day Drat ti of Henry Hoft'nitre. Red Bank, N. J., March 7.—Henry Hnff-mirc iii**! at hi* home here yesterday from a complication of diseases. He wa* 77 years of age and a native of New York city, where he l»egan business as a L(k**r, ami afterward lie-* ami1 prominent in local itolific*. He was akierniMii fn*rii 1K.M t*» iK'i*, then clerk in Justice Spiers,' cajurt, th*‘n three years inem-lier of the public works Lxird, ami then ik je uty internal revenue collector. He was a member of “Big Nix ’ in tile volunteer fire department. H** has lived many years here rn retirement. V st l unge Phenomenon. I Christi a nhburg, Va., March 7.- This comma uity was startled by a strange phenomenon Wtxlm sday afteriHsui between 4 and 5 o’ol<*ek. The moon wa* rising aud the sun was visible over a mountain. Kud*lenly three distinct suns appeared in the west. each completely rnciivl *d with a minbow. E-u*h rain-L*w siiowcd di.stitictly the seven prismatic • colors, but th** outer ami inner edge of each < was red. In the reuith ti a* re* was another sun surround'd by another circular rainbow. This is on the summit of the Allegheny mountains, and this may account for the I very unusual phenomenon, but ninny people are frightened. Bident ilk* men think it may j have I teen a mirage or (*ombiuatk*n *»f solar ami lunar raitbiow.x. THE PARNELL DEBATE. All Difftenltie* Settle*!. Stoughton, Mass., March 7.—Th** «lissntistle*! employes at the Stoa-Iiton Rubber Works amt General Manager Randolph had a conference aud all existing difficulties have teen settled. Slight concesaion* «*n Lith sides have L-en made. The work for some grad* * of goods has L**n slightly resin* vd ami on (dheiv advanced. The women will L*gin work at th** new rab-s Monday. VI0*>nsliin*TB Arresteil. sir ( hurl*# l!ii**rll ('onilema* the JiKlge*. Mr. VY'eb**ter’* Defense. London, March7. — ProftWKor James Bryce, resuming the de Lite in the house of common.* la t evening, be*towt*i high pm im* ujsnj Mr Parti* ll and Mr. I'av it t for the great cr\i1 <• they had rendered iii effect mg a L*t ter state of feeling lietwecn England ami Iretaiul. Sir Claries Rusaell saki he could not regard th** jmige* «**)mpris)ng the commissioii as tieing free from j»refiosscs*k»na ami prejudice., nor could h*- regard them aw men who ought to have been asked to deal with many of the questions referred to them. Th#* selection *»f tin*** judges to decide questions chiefly of a jwlit i> al a*|»e<*t waw a Lid precedent. He hod the greatest rewjieet for the opinion of th** ju«lg«*M on qti**stions capable of *lir**'t disproof, but not where th*-}’ twgan to draw infercm‘e*. Ile at*|***al«*l to the gov-ernment to lift the question to its proper sphere of natural justice ami national principle. Sir Richard E. Webster defended the (xviius** Ii*• livid pursued L*for© the coinmiswion ami d«H*lnred that Ii** had only done hi* duty as counsel. The telegram* road by Mr. Harrington, he *aiii, had L*en *«*nt for the pur- -*. jd*iuxrWTt) tor Wall Paiwr l*.,.i rn. < alw. A*. * jKRKINH, J. VV., I    itll* » i iU-i lUres'i, vlHuuiacUircr ,i.i*i ira;* t (*. Hat t**•--, >».t ic., . rd tew. villi ai-*, Ti links, W h |t->, |{‘*tt.iU» I.    )    .iv*"    I    Do*    • .Ult!*•*.»im! J»letgi» Itotir— P* I Mill NG. I. 'N. .Murray, ;;i I Jon street. «}>(,*.ail* mat* <>t Matt.* TV 4*! ti athing. I...,- I- tin. VVt»rkinaiibUi|‘ guar- Cai! and Sea Them UU OI .-ll ut* ait. I 1 Bt MULTI >. I .    17    h»wt    l    hir*l    street, t twhionabk* Tailor. **enti* men wit. ti tel a to t ,*:i et van. age lo calloo roe (adore purchastag *■!• 'Wll* ic. 1> It. CAKY X (NL, £ ,    AZ    Lion    .-feet, uuneul ll»r*lware,VV n,u Lruil.Dib PwntrrV Bup, hew, tit! I nit lls, ti rat. u- VV are. A -peciai- j tand Montrange. 1 tv,ut Biter wo i, vt .Him (us Pa I! I I’ 1.1 NU, s.1 a i kinds of blanks ch as bim 11k-books, ledger* lone .it and flunk irk l’n ming C'ompanr, H and ll* K. Second *L Drunkenness A COSTLY DRUNK. ll ( ausc* Hie A»|»h>xlallon «»f Three I’er- •oiis iii Philadelphia. Rh I la DELPH I a, March 7.—VY illiam Gibney and hi* wife r.tt*! their 17-year-old servant girl, u h *• nan,** is not known, were found im* **) us fremi as|4jyxiatcai, ut their residence • <*. .0*5 North Seventh street, last evei ing. an*! all three will proLxbly die. Tie atteiithei of peo*.|e {tossing th** Lame was 1 frail ,i by luarnig gMan* in-ide. An officer broke open th** door ami found th** three j mat* in their 'hcpiug apartments unconscious. it i known that Gibney went home at an **ar!> h*)itr in tis* morning considerably miller the in fbi* n*e of liquor ami the supposition is that h • a«** ul ntally tonies the gas on after having fait cut tho Ii. hts, The three jere ns had evuieuti lie n breathing th** deadly gr.s nil day. 'I ..e pitv siciam* have very little hope of the recovery *>f any «*n** of th** throe. New Orleans Raeea. New Orleans*, March 7.—F.rst race, I 1-16 mil*.*; Creole first, Barney I#ee second, Event third; time. I N#*eoml ra v, 5 fut i*»nga: Mis** Francis first. Tom Re**l second, N*»s**g8V third; time, 1:02^. I bird rata*, mile: Story Teller first, Lu- eille se •-aid, Dakota third; time, 5nlf. Fourth no**. I mile: John Morris first, Chur* I. ll Clark second, Vice Regent third; time. 1:4.‘k A Hold Nlitia found. Scott D.vi.r, {’a., 5Iatch7.—If tho report of the geologist wit * lins examined the field can l<e relied on. g* Kl ami silver in flaying quantities has been discover*)*! tat tile farm of Jeremiah S.auff- r, u**ar the Mount Vernon ore ut* ie* C)jstation* will b* ;’a next Monthly and a thorough it t made. Stanton, the geologist, si it*-* that the r*s-k assays 62N0 in stiver and freun ci’sfJ to $1,000 in gold to the bx*.    _ A TrnsU Tournament. Jacksonville. Kin Mareh 7. — A tennis t*>uni&jnent for the national tre>pic championship liegms here March IT. Many ex-{lert#* of national re pute have entered in it, im-hiding Wright, Trover, Loriiiurd and other* of New York. Peacock of England, Tiuli- of Philadelphia nn*l Tnompaoo, Worthington and York* of Cleveland. »n VV :«y of Ilion tin; Baft *. Carrollton, IU.*.. March «.—A novel way OF the Liquor Habit, Positively Curetf of blowup oj*. u a sue wa- tint 1 d bv H DOI.I’ll VI OLD 17 NII All FTC, Cot. Tlltnl aud ltuCalo sin., Dealer ie (inurn*-, Marble, Ktagtrmv And IPiii'bntf *toti«*. ('a:I on me before your saw-walk i > isi.ky rn dOm £\    7 and 9 Kart Frx*nt •treec VV hi*k v, VV Hies. Brandies. G*H.era! Liq nut Store for Fatally line ROHLK! VI*KAY, Lion «*lr*N*t. near im *kj ok It itp>\iu£. Sale, F’orel And Livery stabtt* Rn *im.if *0 the <lay or week <.0 reasoMabi-vcrui* It KID. J. W„ k    IM    1 etii«*r stmt. Dialer in M nail al I ii-tr*i me ii ta and s«*wtn^ Machine**. VV e atake* a •|M***ralty of first ela* makes of Pianos and ► arrand A Vr'*tev Organi CAM J. GI FFD IU). SUI Central Ave. (Cl O stain* ,General lnMii.-tm-e and Real K.'tati Ai enc Fire, Life, Aeenl* nt, un*) Live m*»*-Insurance. Prompt atren Loa r*\.*n to bu vin* and sfdhtur H* al Kstate KT AOMIMlSTCRIiO Bt. NAIIES’ OOLCCN SKC!FtC. It ran be fiven in a cup of colies or tee. or In ar tides of tow. without the knowledge of the person taking It; it Is absolutely harmless and will effect a !>erma»ient ami speedy cure, wbethel the patient ta a moderato drinker or an alcoholic . eafe, but t>.** wreck. IT NEVER Fails " »*GUARANTEE stun ..*••■ ent.*re I I a comiilete * ore in evei v instance. 4H page book    #    >•«, ...» -• FRCE Address in con Aden *e, rat PEN SPECIE *0 CO. 135Rac? St.. Cincinnstl.O V C. JON EN. ,    *    JI    K.    Third nl, cor Deet. Kxceleior Meal YI ark el. Fre**h, Bait Brooked Meat*, Lard, Ba usages, <)y*t»:r» Poultry. Mil an< W Ami KS, .I K VY KLR Y, At. Buy the Aurora linilnw* i VV’alch. Be pat ring a ejKs-iallv. Erank F. BL:pf. •« K. Thir*1 st. C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. :Ut4 MAIN BT.. IU’FP ALO, N. Y. the buigLir w b*j secured nil the ftui'is from th** United States Express ron#)iaiiyV nffh-e I here. At firet it was believed th** explosive j ba*l ix*cn blown through the crack* in tl»e agent now recollects that a the ofli*v aud ask«*d hint to tltMtb'e J wick age. This w as placed in til** *afe and bas not been calk'd for. It is supposed the package was an infernal I machine rn ilh a el** k attachment. Rollins Mills Da#r«l. Cumberland, Md., Mareh 7.—A telegram has lw*en received from Vice President *1 hoiua.s M. King of the Baltimore aud Ohio railroad to the effect that his company had concluded the negotiations for the I*-a-« of the refiling rai l* at this pla<s* to the Cambria Iron works of Johhstown, Pa. DEALER IN A Philanthropist's Bequest a. I PHII a DELPHIA. March 7.- William B»ick-{ Hell, the notre I philantrophist, died ct apjse j I J* xv V. reineaday night at the age of TD yenis He gave $142.UDO to ! i’ -kn**ll *t*!l«*ge, als ait >*i25,()U0 to Baptist church' 'and niis-si<vns, and probably ioUU.UUO to i-hai itie* of various kinds. Treasurer Davis' s ite*-«*s*.oc. Rochester, N. Y., Mareh *.—The common 4*-. un* ii. at a ffiecial »r.‘ *ting hist evening, h se Pos;master Valentine Fleekeiwt(fin city treaxuivr, t*» fill Ute unexpired term of defaulting City Treasurer Davis Iiis*-iis»iin» the lliijh I.irense HUI. Albany, March 7.—The high license bill was tip for discussion y«*ster*lay before the senate internal aff irs committee. Right Rev. William C. l>'»ane «»f Albany sfioke for the commission that formulated th** bill. He said that th** bill was opimecd by three ••lass***—thos*- who want cheap liquor; Prohibitionists, who are fanatics, and liquor inanufa titters. He thought the bill a move ■ in the right direvtion. E ;it*»r Thcanaian of The Brewere*’Journal spi ke against the bill. I Another hearing w ill lie given on Wednesday evening next at 7:dt) o'clock. Balei*!#* by shooting. Milwaukee. March 7.—William H. Farnham, secretary »»f th** Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance company, committ* <1 suicide by shooting h»nis**lf wit ti a 42-calibre revolver yeote.-day, 'I he liali I*xlged just la'iteafh his boart. dr. Baldwin, ns.si.statit secretary of (he tiuan -ril renniuittee, stated that there was not th*- slij;iit**st g duml to lielieve that Fat tiham wa* short in his accounts. I >ver-work ut as* rit)**d as the cause. marshals ha\e mad** twelve arrests in Pickens county of moonshiners who have l»een I KUI* I* si together ti: i« l«-r the name of the Honest Men’s Friend and Protector, for the ptirn**y> of driving away ami punishing inform* rn. < >ne of (lie members gave away tile gncg, which consists of twenty-seven members. Kill#-*! His ltr»thf*r, Philadelfha, March 7.—Dominick Tanner killed Iii* brother Michael bv stabbing bim with a **a.se knife. Dominick, while un*lur the influence of liquor, liegan quarreling with his striwnotber. On being reproved by M -ba*-l. ie- l***-an*e infuri-iU»*L mid catching tip a table knife slashed Michael tutti1 be fell dead. Dominick is under arrest. •\ti.a vt a, Ga., Mardi 7.—United States j*os** of obtaining evideu**** for th** d«*fenst* in Mr. I'im* ll s lil*el suit against 'l h** Times ThreaiglKiut no step ha*! l»e**n taken by tile government in iiehttlf of The Times. The government hrt.*l aimrel solely to llirow the «-l«*arest light upon the doings of lh*- l**agu**rs an*! the evidence before the commission Im*I **iitir#*lv justified Hie bulk of the a*-*-iisnti«>HH against the Paruellitea. Maj Sn ii icier sot 1, th** lend*-r of the Irish Unionists, express**#! himself as amazed at the ivk less ness **f The Turns* in a«-oepting the evidence of Pigott. Nolasiy, he Haul, would hung n «iog on Pigotl * evi*l**n»e. lf the re un mission iiad g*ai«* further i*a*-k, he thought they reaihl have made a much stronger, in the course of his remarks Maj. Kaundeison accused Mr. Dillon ‘if inainting ••attle whereuj on a Parneilite memlier shouted “liar.” Maj. Haunderson then asserted t hut the Parneilite men da* rn had made speeches intemled t*» shiehi them from criminal re.-.; on-ii alit y aud for this statement he wa* <*al. *1 to order by the kjleaker. Attnu pus.I l*» Piiwnn Herself. WIlkeb-Bache, Pa., Y‘an*h 7.—Miss Roe Regan, H-:***l 2*I, attempted sui*-i*le with Inadanutn and is !»k**!v to die. She entered A convent .some tim*- ago, but was w ithdrawn by her j»areats btxniis** a tendency to consumption developed. Seme thoughtless com-jiantouH mad** severe comments upon this oc-currence, aiel Miss Regan brooded over the matter until her mind Is-cam* affected. Went Insane on the Train. Canton, CX, March 7.—A lady named ; Alexander, acrompanh-d by her daughter, | became violently insane on the eastbound ex-I»t<ub *»n the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne ami I Chicago railroad She was restrained with j great difficulty, and for her own safety was j pla*sd in charge of a physician of this city. The cause of the lady ’> insanity is not known. They were- bound for Tyrone, Pa. A St#-amer A sin.re. Scituate, Mass., March 7.—The Belgian steamer Deruyter. ( ’apt. Arfsten, from Antwerp for Hilton, came ashore at Light house Point at 7 o'clock last night in a thick snow hun iii. The crew of twenty-seven men came ashore* safely. The vessel has a general cargo •onsignrel to Gill Sc I/*otz, breton. The I’liillicH II*-at Hr* oklyn. Savannah, Ga., March 7.—The Brooklyn ait*! Phila<lel{»hia BrotlierhiHid **itil*s pla>e*l bere yesterday, the I’l.iili.s* winning th** game by a score of I!) to 7. The grounds were I nu! and the game was loosely played. The two dubs will leave for Mobile to-day. A strike Settled. Nashua, N. ll.. March 7.—The st**ik*ng entfiloyes of th** Nashua company’* mills voted to (**'<*ej*t th** r*re>p<»Nition of Treasurer Armory ae*l :hat of hi* cvMnmittee and togo to work on Monday. Th**re* is much rejoicing over the settlement of the strike. The ('lev. land Mrrtinj;. Cleveland, March 7. — Aft r sj**nding th** •lay vc tcnl.-iy in a vain ei.’oi t to induce In-diauaptfii to withdraw, tile It • rue got tog* ther at (J o’cl(."K i*.. t in, .it aud tle-*-ki#*d to o{wd the s*-*as»u April 2«» ;utd vi(inc it (Jct I. Theconveniio i then ad„**urne*l and the delegates left for their Inanes, The XI i-siH*cfi**i (Hnicarna tv lll"h. Pine Bluffs, Ark., Mareh 7. The Mississippi river t# * tang* roils) y iiigh. Th** water at s*>111** places is out a f** v inch. s I Wow the toj> of the I**vee. Weak pla -es in the lev.-#* are* b jug strengthened with snnd-bands. Great anxiety prevail#*. Death f an Albany Nim. Albany, March 7.—Madame Charlotte McNally, mother assistant at Sacred Heart ?on%eut, died at that in-titute yestenlay. She was luau in Franceaixty-fivw years ago, aud was a woman of rare culture. jpm WATCHES ani JSWSLST, I lock*. Silverware. Gat her (>oo«l«. Fits*. KS a ra yr sc, cold 4 sn ikr pla ti sc FVrdo and t«» He Rec*»gni#•*#!. 8t. iXTEhsBt Ro, Mar h 7.—The t*-li**f is prevalent here that Italy, England and Aiuc tria will »ot*n formally a* know I* Vgt* the legitimacy of ik ince Ferdinand’s rul.-r>l:ip of Bulgaria The czar is cjqow-ted to arrive at the Gatschina palace *>n Starch bl to remain Kilt ii May. Srhtrah to -itir*'*e*t !laii(»#-lt. New York, March 7.—Gustav Schwab ban been chosen president of toe German Emigrant society, vice Charles llauselt, deceased. t wins *» t #.« Lost p*»n«*#l. New York, March 7 —The Ewing baseball injunction hearing has been postponed for a week Heavy Snow in E**t«-rn New York. New York. March J.—Heavy snow, ao-conipaiiied by severe gules, in reported from Pougtike* p ie, Newburg, .Saratoga, Amsterdam ami various j»oiiits m the M«>hawk valley, a.- wt il os ft**it many }stints in lantern Pennsylvania. Railroad tiaffk- i» *s.nsidera-blv inter fen si with. Overcome by Itljck-Dnmp. BHAMOKiN, Pa.. March 7.—Reubeii Eisen-hart, foreman at the Cameron mine which has bren on file for several baya, was overcome by I i*ek-danq> widle in the mine. Ile ! was Liken * til ai.ve, t»ut died soon after. But little pi * , t«-s.. aas been made toward ex-Uo„ui'htug the fire. I Note*! Nlallion Aol*I. New York, March 7.—The trotting stallion Bayonne I rince, sired by Kentucky Prince, h-;s Is***ji sold by IL Cadongan to Alfre*] Cordova and E. R. Browne for $25,OGO. Bayonne I riiuv is ll years «fi*l and has a r*-**or«l of «^¥* ___________ r*» I:**«-♦• i\»* Another tote. New York. 'larch 7.—The Chamber of Comme re* re* •*!• offered the recent vote condemning ♦h** Mc!vini**y bill, aiel The matter will lo* vnu-d on a am at a future me ting. (obr re sam an T aul !>#-e (annot Recover. Washington, March 7. — Ex-Congre ,smau Taulliee’s chances for living are regarded uh ho;ie!es.s. Hts death is l«j«»ked for at any boar    _    _    _ A Hoary Tax. New York, March 7.-—'The *-ollateral in-heritan«-e tax ujXTi the e-tate of Mr*. A. T. Flew ait is $150,HUO. A Petition for Belgian I.aho* era. IJRUssEfi?, March 7.—The federation *»f Belgian im.lent has petitioned the govern ment and pa; liaumit, usking them t*i display an interest in the welfare of the workingmen eq-..'i! t«i that evinced l»y Ihe Einp#*ri>r of tr«-n*viny. The memorial prava for legislate ut to .secure* a reduction of the hours of labor and an nn reass of wages, an*I argues that as large sums of money are spent iii university education for tile lienetit of the upper clasM*s it i' high time that a little should lie spare*! for the benefit of the lower classes. The |K-iition has created a sensation and is generally l**li'*ve*l to lie the prelude to an imp (i tant industrial movement. British fJiiiveraitie** Protest. London, March 7.— Lork Kautoford, ae«*re-tarv of state for the colonies, was called »i|*oi» yesterday by *lelcgati(»ns re-[>re*senting the Oxford, Cambridge, Dunham, Dublin anti Victoria universities of ’he College of Music, iin*l pn rented with protest against the prao ti'-e of tit#- Trinity collie of Toronto iii issuing music degrees hi Great Britain. I>ord Kautsford fmnnised to take the opinion of the crown solicitors on the subject and expressed the opinion that Trinity college had exceeded itn charter power*. Ladies Light Weight Spring Wrap# iud Jackets a few special lin«*s which we will sell at surprisingly low price* while they last. Two lots of mens medium weight gray iiudershir.s and drawers at 20c and 48c in a full assortment of S;/cs aud will offer them at these prices for a few days only. Boys Hootch gray Undershirts only 25 cts. Infants and children soft wool bilder* wear from 85 cts. upwards. Lud I es Protect your beautiful complexion from the dreaded March winds by wearing our improved Styles of Face Veiling, we have It from DV a yard t«» my Price you wish, then its not to late to buy Jersey Gloves when we’re selling them at lite worth 35. □ Mens Exira heavy long Seamless Hose only 10c, Mens Extra heavy Half Hose worth 12£c only 7c. Mens K.xtra heavy Half Hose 15c 'or 10c. Mens Super fine Hose double and toes worth 20c only He. Ladies fast Black fine Ribbed only 25c. Misses arui Children’*KlbbedSlecveless Vests worth 20c only 0c. Misses and (’hildren’sKibbedSleeYelea* Vests worth 20c only He, Ladies Cream Ribbed Vests all sixes worth 40c for 24c. Children’s Fancy cap only 83c. Children’s Fancy hats only 4:ic. Double Thread mending cotton tier ball only 3c. Modonnn cotton per ball He and Oe Kirby Braid AriJ >’s lie Plus Uttra.Pins, Perfect Jet Black solid heads 12c. worth heels ll* ss ERIE STORE. GARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., I I UM just received ti lull line .of r! 'N L Overcaits tai feelings K<jual to any iii tin* city, and at prices that will pay you to Hoe him befoi a purchasing. LADIES! lf you abb wan at r an easy and eoinfort-i*. witli ;t heavy Hole, one that will M i<*»in;«ttn Rout* th# Natlv***. Zanzibar, March 7.—Aff vires have just lo*#*n received that Maj. Wissmann stormed and earned Bwanaheri's fortifi#Ml position at M U*> 11 tilde on Jan. 4. The German force con-s. - * ** I of 500 Soudanese aud forty officers, w-l.ile Bwnnfih«-ri’» foree numbered I .COO men. Th** fighting wit#* very severe but the native were liually re*ut*sl with heavy lo**#*. sympathy for Minuter Lincoln. London, March 7.—Lord Salisbury and his wife, the Duke of Marlborough, Earl Iierby, I»nl Coleridge, L»r*l ltan*loipb Churchill, Mrs. Mackay and ruauy othar prominent persons left cards of syiiqiathy at Minister Lincoln’s residence, aiel a large number of wreaths and ether floral pieces wt-r* abo sent by frierdk keep your feet dry and warm, get a [•air of D. Armstrong Co’s Hand VV ell, com moo Betise shoes. They will please you.-- SULLIVAN & SON, Centre Street, W» MOCK KH, Were,tut rn Tailor, llti ( (intra) A vc nu* A COM IM.ETR LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS JCG MAIN STK BKT, - rppo*(to Iro*jn*w* Hole). l’aints. all Pa i m )Y at Monroe s. ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: March 7, 1890