Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 12, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 12, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK N. Y , MONDAY. MAY 12. 1890. NO. 75 REPRESESTA TIVE HE IL Alii lib LA I.VESS. B USINESS HOU8ES •ANKER ROTHSCHILD CONSULTS - I WITH DR. SCH WININGER. OF DUNKIRK. NKW Br LING MACHINE lur niao* LiGo(Muk>K the I****1 aud. Pot bk M eJ Urn Th CB    of TH H*W«« HUM lb—ut Ilk* BU Adi po*e (• Itft— uu    ta*    U HG ftrtmr litf    la TrouBle Ow UG ii——A linty u> U Fat M Cettfu Trad*. D«Uirfc|Pn»ii>|    I UtlAKDM I Coal —4 Arca—. offmm i of Hard Tan!, TM ae. Pun* is Ntctof ■soft Coal, ► me K __ depot All grade* Luwber. Sluagiza ieuv - ?. Hie; tai. I EL uirroRJ). tm —4 » Loatrma Ae* ), Anilic PbAifrn>ur lull &otufr»|A* of Eaua lf—*1*T HHot wa.l tor au«*l> ae «trapt for B OOH BINUEKI -Jinx lifts®. Pr>  ae So. I* E. (Hp *treet,    Bwf- ktraet. DunAirk N. T Magouaaa. Mu-ae, rampk*et# rte.. booed ta all striae Orders proa pl* an—dad la Ail «wt fuaraataad Ii I Kl HK.K I CBOCEKET HOUSE. JU* Loatrai A tea aa. Wanftaeaie a ad retail daaur rn la ported and J j a relic CS tea, Gums vara, Bro I HAI TAI lit A Kl »T Ll, Eau*. ti aer day jHry sad b« Uc Maine ta ooaiaeUua Victor Enter, tm sad ST U— street. * * ITV UA KHEM AMOR V    Obaa    Nagle. Prop, taler Lab* st*'-re JiaUoaai Baal. tester sad Third street* A Sac a f orates sad Do—Cc cigars. a ’ON KLIN A JU!*, tm i eater street. Practical boras ■Soera. Particular a us a boa paid to ifikrtmai imm—. »uae*ag of road ai a lr di. bf etwee a ipsa- airy. I) U > KIKE ET EM I MO OH9CK1 ESL Largest Daily la lac Conure. Aa aaeqtiaiioU ad verbal ag medius. I)' .I MKI KE EM.IMEKKIMO COMPANY _    Forwmrlj    sells    w    A    Pop    pie. Has afar lurer* of lafiMt Pitier*, Psi ley*, Ai*aft.ag Ha lurers, alc. Paiieraa, F arg* aga, Ca*bag*, sad Machias Wort I I MIRK "UIBT U), SS, AH mad HT ■Center itrtei Maau lac lurer* of CA* perfect • fliting t .a ail feel.ai furios&.tg .a f> ,ai rl ’^bromeraU” sad Dress sb.ru os aa.e •iolb.bg aa l dry goods be I).' TOOMEY. tot sad IM LtoS Street, loftier ta Floss, Feed, 'all baled nay, Pbue* paste*, etc. Ertebiiatoeit, IST* HOTEL aad h!* KIE i 1*1** seas bouses, beet sienna! Travelers. I* BiO* ■ t». a; ag Easy I rum to all traiae aa4 hmm- bel •centum <dab<ma fur Com Jobs J Hor pay, Prop. i HI LS-* A to, r sad rn E Third • usee FA— F ura.lure, (abt aet W are aad C p* aotatanag Picture Frames made to order. ^ D MATTESON A CO, NII • sacra: Ave , beader* of Fas tow a aad i***iAe®ea oui* u*r* ll ■TEAM HEA TIMO OO, Manufacturer* of Steam H—Lag Apparatus •a -itar* plumbing a Specialty. ti OME STKAJfl LAC J* LARI. Oar specialties Flee St.ria, lac; i oilers. Sc; cat*, he, an I Lace Curtains. Free Dei iv ary. A w Lummi aga, *7 coaler »u—t ii K OEHM. E. laird ac. our of Buffa!® Kauul-cturer aad dee.«r .a F.ae Boots A anim* HEM Kl W C1LF.B J MPW » Til EE. iv* E Third ac boohs. JdaUoeerj . Hus.oa. 7ni— ta Miratiaaaif^ailTiir*^^^    ^»^a»p    MHI •edevervtaivg pertaiBiaf to a Aret class booh receipts sere . -,.»** a *p»-c-a.ty oil PHIM TIMO of every deecnpcioa sad at lowest living rates by DuuLrt Pn a Lag Coat pas y, f aad IS L szeood he Lo lf DOV May It.—Kin ell re f*TB*sa, : elkh bai* eauu-1 it* duit of trouble to — t be great mrn o< toe a,, -ti, — Bismarck for TW -xompto-ha- ae,zed upon Si.cit ber vy tim. | a potentate out ut Urn pUittoau but of the iiutanal realm, mo less a pen* nog* than Rothschild, the Ijo&doo bead of tbs great i louse which POU kl make ami unmake em , arr* but prefers to milk them ami was rat a pen the rev—ac* th—eof Leat the i maker a bulk should omUnue to grow la proportion to his fortune he baa railed upon that uniquely renowned fnend of I be adipose, Dr Sick weal tiger who will - bort It arrive ta London for the purpose af personally trading bm tilu*tnous pa tienc New York's political ruler will soon be **joying Lh* propinquity at Wieelmden of wo of Europe a nominal benda—the kings if Denmark and Greece, rendered uneasy M so much by their crown* aa by tbs ail neats appropriate to high life and who tie (bemar]vee thither to try the famous vater. MtLl cncU COWdO’fl FBAKX* >M Skill another king's troubles must be hrutdried— thane of Imopold of Belgium. KH are af a financial nature, fur ta his hirst foe glory which come* af founding a new Mate he La* neglected to provide for the income nnesnary to the proper na! ale nae* of auk a luxury The Congo Cree State will lie a flourishing nation <utne day. no doubt, but at present it fur is hee hardly enough revenue to satisfy rh* need* or perhaps we should nay wants. *f the patriots who consent, for a rotund -ration, to rue it A* a remedy for this cod I Doc of affair*, it is proposed to in a rn* strike the word “Free” out of the na ikon * title In other word* to abolish free-lorn af trade in the Congo regina The proposal com— from I mm brent out to the -lavery conference, ami if favorably acted ipon a duty of IU per cent will be levied I poo all merchandise, the proceeds to be awd in recouping Imopuld's private fort ins. which ta said to have been consider chiv trenched upon in the bolstering up •f this pn enterprise af the Belgian mon urb What will become of the tariff af cr the king i advance* have been made rood is not stated but the general I rn pre* -ion is that it will br kept up for the bene fit of the infant industries that may be raked upon to spring up along the Congo King Imopold. by the way arrived in London yesterday, to take part to-day in .he elaborate ceremonies attendant upon he unveiling at Windsor of the jubilee statue of the late Prince Consort The party cf guests will be moderately large but very distinguished, only the royalty and nobility with very few except loos •ring honored by in vt tan • us TBS ll** CM HUTS rttOsPElbiCS. The Socialist speaker* at the Hyde Park lemons!ration devoted a great deal of Argument to show that trade* unions in the country arr slowly declining in power, and that Large number* of unionist* are joining the Social Democrats ar the most affective meana of obtaining the eigbt-| uour day and other reform* Inquiry among trades union leader* i—veg little doubt that the Socialist* spoke of that which the* would like to vee occur rather chan of w tun ha* happened The trades unions ware never so prosperous a* now, , and acc—aion* to their rank* have been more numerous in the past twelve month* ■ ban during any previous corresponding n-nod The Amalgamated Society of Engineer*, for instance, formed twenty* joe new bran he* and enrolled AV— new Lamber* last year, the total mein now OO, SM The Cecal receipts were Ai SS. AT. I, and the so Katy ha* now in hand the ewortnau* iud of L7JUM TTF Tbs London Society of J- H. TAM BURUM A SOB. Fir* Ac*'. !— I sad oeaarai I nam—. Deal* era LB Baal Eau ie aad Loa a* Particular attest, o paid to the car* of property collect* lag reals ac. ii* U—tor #L. tad ioor. M OM ROE * PHARMAC Y, JBO castral av— Headquarter* tor Wall Paper Paiat .oils. Ac. PERRI MA J. W, tm Caster *tr—L Mas uimc Lurer aad deawr .a Hat a aas, caddis*, Brid to*. coUara, Truaki.R Epa, Baga to Eohea, I—sQever* Ckw— Mi ae aa and Atotgh E,jbea ■ > it HULTEN P,    17    East    Third    itrset- Faaluoeabie Tailor. utaUeavB anil tad U lo me.r advaatagr to call ob me before pa rn aa ag a* K. CARY m CO, General Hardware.WB-ie Laad.i.ntorl*ai*«erti Supt OU CWUm. ti TAA ie "uv A *peci*.-lj;of'i«rw .iY liixam* Pa. st aad Meanie raage. K CLING, —cb aa biaak-booka, todger*. all k.ais of bleak* do— at Duak.rk Pna&ag Compaay, e sad » E. —ad SC C DOLPH MOLD KM HAU KR. _    Cot. Third aad bcf ai' >L, D—tor is Gram la, Marie, v -ir*Bf a*A lu.Hiiag Stowe- Call — me ueJore bayiag our auJe*' K K K •walk. LULEY A CO, 7 aad t E—t Frost air—c Whisky, Wises. Brandies. Geuer*. Liquor 8torv for Famiiy^C’ae. OBERT M LI!, board* eg, saH, Feed a bu aa by me day or M* b--.au ie rum. sad Livery work ob JI j. ii I FPO RD. lei Ceatmi Are. (Up •tau*). bCBrtT1 I—araace sad lac katalt mu l ira, UH. Aocid—L aa-d Uvs —ocl is+mcK- Prompt att—Loa giv hi lo beyla# •alii ag Eeai Eatata CS. JbMEN    __ TS K. Third ac, oar Daa*. re— Meat Mat he I. Trash. Bait heil M—ta. Lard. aaueegea. oyamr* rlaar, where it had evidently teen Cor ttiany o*>r * we ooraner'a jury returned a verdict of *uh ait while of unsound mind, and the body wa* buried In the church yard at Herndon at the axpen— of the par lab I* THI OTTUM OF AlTHOHh Walter He—nt ha* tarted a genuine cm—de agal ti «t the publisher on behalf of the author This w—k there will be leaned under his editorship the first number of a magazine called The Author in the leading editorial Mr Besant explains that the new magazine va “founded to be the organ of literary men and women of all kinds— the one paper which will folly discuss and ventilate all question* nected with the profession of literature in all it* branches It will ba the medium by which the Society of Authors will inform it* member* generally of their doing* and It will become the public record of transactions conducted in the interest of literature, which have hitherto been secret and hidden for want of such an organ The chief aiaos af the society. which Lave been advanced again slid again are; First, to promote the racogni Hon of the fart, hitherto moat imperfectly understood, that literary property la ae real a thing a* property in every other kind af bual ae—. that it should be safeguarded in the same manner aad regarded with the same jealousy * The cheerful cyuic.Geurge Francis Train, embarked safely on the Etruria for New York veM&enlay The paper* devote a good deal of space to Mr Train, but seem quits puzzled an to hi* proper cl—I Aration— whether among the geniuses or the cranks of Amenia The former rating is Instated upon by some writers who remember him a* the brilliant inventer and orator of lays gone by, and who remind us that wa ara indebted to him for our tram car system while lea* favorable comment la made by other* who cannot convince themedvea that the genial philosopher1* exp—Iona of Anarchistic sentiment* should ba condoned AU agree, at least, that In his present enterprise ba Is likely to succeed In beating all previous records a TCHRB, JIWHJIf, MC. •Buy cha Aurora Railroad Watch. wmJTtS&ntrZ ' IL MUCKER, Morea** i Tailor. tie castral Aves— PROF K—IOM AL T. hoi.PH. M. Ll, Physic ab sad •’orgwa ilia over LyDrag store. Eeai lese*. Ce a cr at A venae Tdepfcoae Mo. A Call* ta*v be toft at Lvaa'a. Compositors, a comparatively -mall body, -(trolled THU new member* I art year, aud added a1 '**J to the reserve fund which now *taii‘i*> at £9L3;6 The only trades union in which the Sot iaii«t* have made my progress is the Dock laborers union, and iuccew there is due chiefly to dinaatissei ton among the men. caused by the de-'tertiou of LIO wharf laborers whom the union had incited to strike and then threw over because the struggle wa* coating too much A PRESENT TO THI qUEEM The rain which marred the drawing room Saturday alae brought to the queen a return of the rheumatism which she went abroad law mouth to cure, but she w— able to receive a deputation from the officer*, who (tov—ated her with a superb :uemortal of her jubilee id th* name of the British army and navy The memorial lake* the form of an elaborate and beautiful centrepiece of hammered oliver forty inch— high The materials were gathered from ail part* of the queen's dominions, and the allegorical design illustrates the power and great neat* of the empire AM lWTKBBfeTiMG SALE. Next mouth the sale of the interesting original manuscript* of Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins, with some autograph programmes of private theatricals in which both took part, will begin here Collins in most largely represented Among hie work to be sold I* the en tire original manuscript of “The Woman in White.” “Tbs Moonstone, “Na Name. - “Armadale” and a half dozen other of his most popular romance*, with the complete unpublished manuscript of a three-act play. “Tbs Frozen Deep.” arith additions and corrections by Dickens The play bills are by Dickens Among them is the bill of an amateur performance at St Jamv' theatre of “Every Man in His Humor,” and “A Good Night a Hest* un Saturday. Nov Ii. 1M5 The name* on the bill written in Du.ken.- hand include tho— of Mark Demon D ogies Jerrold and John Leech Another is the bill of a performance at liverpool in 165J of Lytton * “Not so Bad — mr vrru,* and Dickens' “Mr Nightingale'* Diary * The other* are equally in TervwMng. and the sale ainu includes menu script* of two of Dickens poems A FOOLISH AM (ERK AM Andrew Dean af Kansas City is a young American who came over here in January with a limited amount of money, spent his substance in riotous living and terminated his earthly career in the Thames Dean, • bo said lie was a speculator in real — tate. h*«i about KAAI in money and a draft on the Bank of Scotland, issued in Montreal, for £2** On his arrival be went to live on Upper George street with an Eng I WK mas Who— acquaintance ha had made on the steamer coming over, and gave him self up to pleasure But he could not -land ive pace, and when his money gave out. in April he left his lodgings, and wa* not heard of again until the and at the kin bod v arna found In Uh FROM WASHINGTON. RAILROAD conductors. THE DEBATE ON THE SILVER BILL NOW BEGINS IN EARNEST. TW Rapa bile—i puton Agra* aw a Party Mal ta Gat TE—aga awd to Tang HUI—Aa Order Dooig—d Rill Try arr--Aas to y far 1 I ii I* r«*»t«-d la IE* Silver baton. Lain box. May 13 —At a banquet to given Wednesday by advocat— of bt a1 ism Mr Henry Chaplin M C, peart dent of the board of agriculture, will make a speech exprcMiing the strong interest taken by the royal cur—y commiaaioA uu the act loo of the American congress J pun the silver question W ash I veto May ll—The senate will begin in ear— today the discussion of the Alvar bill Mr Jones of Nevada, who has been absent from the city for several daj* will be in hie seal to-day and will take charge of t he bill The Rep an senator* will make some effort to agree upon a parry measure today before the session of the senate begins but the matter of their agr—meat is extremely doubtful The pr—eut intention la to push the debate to a conclusion this week if po—I hie but several amendments to the bill will be proponed and ar each will be discussed at some length it is a in ar tar of doubt whether the diacusrtou will be con-eluded within that tuna or not. The Republican* are anxious to get the silver measure out of the way to prepare for the coml ag of the tariff bill for the questioa of adjournment ha* been dis en—ad informally in the committee of finance and the cummin— un appropriations. and it h— bren determined that the suggest ion of Speaker Read, that ac adjournment he had by the middle of July, ie a good our The billa for the admission of Wyoming and Idaho are to be considered also in the near future, but the) cannot be taken ap before the silver bill to out of the way and that will br another reason for pushing the silver debate to a conclusion The military academy appropriation bill Is Alii on the calendar but it can be passed during the morning hour without del atte Debate on the tariff bill by sections will ba the order of the house for the entire •WI The vote an the final passage of the bill will not be taken until the week follow ing In the consideration of the tall by section* amendment* will be offered and the debate will lie governed by the five miaul—' rule. • I TWy Oyes TWlr Coaveatioa ta Rochester To Morrow—Fight far I MB re. RnmiM'TKB, N. Y., May ll—Delegates to the general cmvention of the Order of Railway f'ottdu -tor*, which begins its sea-aion at the city nail to-morrow afternoon, began to arrive yeoterday. and there are already at least JOO reprveentativ— of the arder in the city from all parts of the country Rochester division beld a meat tag yesterday afternoon and visiting dde gat— were present frem Iowa Nebraska. New Jerwev. Tennessee Colorado. Indiana. Ma—ar knee* ta. Vermont and other -tat— The greater number of delegates anil arrive today A special train consisting of twelve Pull man coarb— left Chicago yerterday and another special train left Pittsburg conveying the Eastern and Southern dele-gate* There are £A diviahxis of the order In the CniLsi S at— Canada and Mexico, and representatives are expected from each of them A public reception of the grand division will be eiven at the Lyceum theatre to-morrow morning at which ad dr— will be delivered by Secretary af Svta&e Rice. Mayor Carroll, Senator Mc N augh too and others A spirited contest is expected when the •fScers are elected The present grand chief conductor. C S. W heaton » a can didate for re-election and Grand Sec retary Willuun P P Daniels is said to be a can didate for the cflW The New England delegate* are also —id to have a favorite and other candidates ore bring quietly boomed. It is understood that a determined effort will be made to reverse that clause from the constitution which prohibits strikes The present chief cooduc-h>r is out-p>»kec in denunciation of this movement and his position will undoubt edly affect hi* candidacy for re election The convention will probably last a week or ten da vs THt SPURTING WOULH. ERIE NEWS OF THE DIAMOND, PRIZE RING AND RACE TRACK itOBKiiag at th* Clato la th* Baseball Leagues—su iMlay A asocial Iva Ga— Ka I ti I af Prise Fight ta a FI ilea—aa latarfera la a A real 11 ag Match. A Ti Hoar Walk Faded The following tab!— show the standing af the dulls in the different leagues PLAYER*' LEAGUE Per PENNSYLVANIA PRIMARIES. Warrau. MrKaaa and Cl teroa for Utoao Sevea Ho od rod Mea aa Strike. Ham pi Ko May 12 —Seven hundred men -mployed at the Hamburg American docks here have gone on strike A COWARDLY MOB TK*? So lee* a W tow ta BJ eel fro— a Pl era af Disputed Load. Pl rn-ar Bo. May ll—A special to The Ti mea from Wheeling say* At Mannington, W Va, a remarkable land conflict is in progr—a on Fishing reek. Wetzel county Mr* L G Robin ion of this place is the owner of some 5 UUU acre* of land in thai arctioL She Las had thousand* of feet of timber out of it and made extensive improvement* A large number of squatter* have settled on Ibm land at various tim— and they have given the owners much trouble Recently Mr* Robinson built some boas— and rented rhem to tenant* The squatters have objected to this and threatened to expel th* renter* On Wednesday last a mob of JUS man gathered at one id Mr* Robinson's houses and began to threaten the inmate*, a widow with ber family >henff White w*» barony summoned and commanded the peace The mob paid no attention to him They drove the family out of the house and then tore it to piece*, after which they fired the rains. Ona Ay* la said to have been the leader of the squad The affair ha* created intense excitement rn that section The members of the mob are known and warrants are out for their arrest, though there may be trouble in serving them Y law lag the Bolti—. Baltimore. May 12.—No such awn— of life and activity have heretofore been wit nesned in Baltimore harbor as were seen there yesterday The great crowds that visited the new cruiser Baltimore on Sat unlay were mode to appear small by comparison yesterday It is estimated that 35.0UO people went out to the crui—r during the day. Do ring the afternoon t be crowds were so great that many boat leads returned to the city without being able to make a Landing the paanengers having to be content with only a look at the cruiser A few aodilent* and collision* are reported owing to the jam. but there are no fatal I ties reported To-night a ball will ba given at I eh man n * hall in honor of Cape. Schley and his officers The May night fete at Horn* Academy to morrow prom Iae* to ba the mort enjoyable occasion of the se—ion  ___ A Fight Over th* Lottery's (hart or. New Orleans. May ll—The legislature in arrood biennial <<*-—ion will meet at Baton Rouge at noon.^te session will be an exciting one. mal^h-pecially ao by the fact that the louisiana littery com pan? will seek ta procure the passage of a constitutional amendment permitting an extension of its charter This proportion will be fought inch by inch by a strong lobby and also by the Anti I tottery league. It kl rumored that soma members of th* legislature are pledged both ways and that t here may be some vacant seats at th* commencement of th* general e«*embly in consequence. LIKE C-CSA RS WIFE Mr. Pert— Itourwlart That tho (rwui Shall ha Abu*? Sasptcio*. W AAR I NOTUS May 12—Superintendent Porter has »ent the following important order to all supervisor* of census “It has been brought to the attention of the superintendent af cento* that the city councils and board* of trade of certain western cities have appropriated sums of money to oi‘ D«-,' rn-us «apem*urfc in toe *num erati. .l of the population While it may be urged by aotne that such a proceeding I* legitimate aud cue'fly .mended to help the government to obtain a fair and full enumeration. I oil compelled to look upon it a* an almost irrertiti ie temptation to fraud and — consequently endangering an hub—t count of the people If tole rat od by this office it would have a tendency to bring the whole cen*es into disrepute You are, therefore, positively instructed not to receive any such compensation yourself, nor countenance for one instant th* payment of say sum of money whatever. by munnripalitisa corporations, as •en. tattoos or prnicma. to enumeratu— Any supervisor of census who w not cub tent with th* remuneration allowed by law (which is double the amount paul in l*<u should at once resign “Th* eleventh census must and shall be above suspicion To tolerate any action un the part of municipalities, aasociations. organization* or individuals, no marter how powerful t bay may be. whit h ho* for its purpose the debauching, or which would e»eu throw the slightest taint upon th* truthful— of the returns would, in my opinion ba nothing short of a crime agal ort the potpie of the United Star—. This whole matter together with the facts la the pc—aion of this office, has been laid before the honorable secretary of the interior, and the action of the *upenn tended of census in placing every legit! mate obstacle at hi* command in the way of the distribution of local fund* for this purpose meets with tbs secretary1* approval ^ Crooked so— la aa AltM—y Bauk Albany. May 12.—The whole clerical fores of tbs Albany City bank, from which Bookkeeper Whitney embezzled such a Large amount, have been at work on the books continually, and it is stated taal the sum will be tlUU.uwU — over Leonard Groesbeck. United State* bank examiner. is in th* city and taking a hand in th* in %*—ligation The lank is perfectly solvent and is prepared for a run. having plenty of ready cash through the courtesy of other city banks William Gould, of the firm that to said to have been in collusion with Whitney said that the statement to false It to, however, asserted thfct individual members of the firm hava We the culprits Several other firm* are men Honed ss haviag crooked transaction*, one of the directors ut the bank. Mr A model I, head of the large brewing firm, having paid in ilu.uuu Mat unlay night to cover worth Ie— paper that his son had made in collusion with Whitney Aa AgTfewva STRI NG Fi ELP. 111., May 12—The soft coal miner* and operators came to an agreement Saturday and the men will go to work today The acale a* adjusted to kigber than paid elsewhere in the stale and the men fee] that they have obtained a signal victory The rate to 6 cent* higher than the Columbus acale and will remain in toro* until May. LSBI. Cyelogq ta Ko****. Chamite. Ran . May 12—A cyclone •truck Cedar Valley. Wilton county, at 4 p rn Friday. J<*«eph Wiltzey a hou»e was demolished, his youngest son killed and two other children injured Next the dwelling of Frank Glidden wa* destroyed hts wife killed and two children injured The dwellings of Peter Everson and Aleck Rue—Ll and the widow Starr were levelled to the ground, and Mr Pierson and wife so badly Injured that they are not experted to live A scantling w— blown completely through the body of Mr Starr He to still alive, but will die. The wife and babe of the Rev J K. Chamber* were blown in different directions out of a buggy A second Most picked the mother up and deposited her alongside the child. and I mango for Delemater. Pittsburg, May 12— Specials to The Tim— giv— the revised return* from th* Republican primaries held Saturday in McKean. Venango Cameron ami Warren counties which compn— the Twenty-eeventh cootcre—ional district as follow* “Secretary of the Commonwealth Stone captured the delegate* in Warren and Cameron counties Deiematcr woo in Venango Stone ha* an apparent majority in McKean, which wa* the real tattle ground, but this may be turned in lie toro afer » favor before the convention meet* on Tri—day Congressman Watson corned three af the four counties and will Lie renominated for cougre—. Republican priman— were also held in Erie county Saturday Dele mater delegate- were chosen The re*ult of the day. therefore, to Are delegate* clear for Deto-mater. two for Stone ami two tthueein Mc- I Kean county in doubt Woo. Lost ('eat. Chicago .................. I 4 ac Barton .................... U ft •MF Phi lotto t-,»r, t* ............. f hfl Brook!* u ................. 7 • 4SB Buffalo..................... 5 • Ak Pltlaburf -................ • • Cleveland ................. & .417 New York ................. S IU JHS NATIONAL LF AOL I Per Woe Lost. (eat Philadelphia ..............Hi 4 TW (ha ago .................. • ft CU Liana not i........... ...... • « SMU Brooklyn»M#....... T f ft* Bortuu .................... 7 • urn Cleveland ................. ft J 417 WHsAmmk........... ....... ft ft JBT New Turk ................. ft IO joe A Ml KI* AN ASMA.* i ATH IN. Par Wuk. I jUftt- Oat Ro? barter ................13 ft TSK Athletic ................... U ft tm HL lank ................. HA rn louisville . v > ft2» (clumbio ................. ■ KI . 444 hyracoae .................. 7 IO AIZ Toledo .................... 7 ft IK BrookJya................... I 14 ITE Naaday A—ct at .im? Gi At Toledo - Toledo ............. 01004 • SO I- i Bl. Looks .............I SIS! I 0 I S~ 4 baw kit* -Toledo •, BL Loukst. Error* Toledo 2 "*l L*ak i. Batteries - Saiitk aud So^e. Ramsey and Earle. L’mpirea -G’Daa aud U'Briea. At Wiadeue B*wli Re- ta-ter . * • I • • SSO I—It By rat'use............• • « # • IOO fl- I biker hit* Rot tooter IL **» no wa 7. Error* Ko beater *( •) ro ux- A batterie* - Call ion airt M through; Mor- rhoii. Keefe aad Hrigg*. I’ob pi re baru urn At Philadelphia— Athletic 3 0 I (A 0 I 0 3— t Brooklya............fl • 4 • • ess I- ft Conflict tag Coo* asse*. BRADFORD. Pa May 12—There ore two decxtodiy different set* of tabi— exhibited — r—nits of the Republican primanes in ! McKean county In . ne of them may be read decisive victory for Stone and Emery and in the other exactly the contrary. The election wa* very close and different dtotru ta were woo and keg by small figurant Of the sixty-eight delegates selected. IVtomater men ( latin thirty two for 1 Watson and Detomater. with five others that are counted for stone and Emery. thus giving their candidates a majority of two Mr Emery's figure* are for himself and Stone. 92 for Deiemater. with 21 i for Watson and 9 for Smith for cong— Deiemater * faction allow ten votes for Smith and also claim them for Detomater Brea erie* A oasolidated. Chic ago. May 12—The pare ha— and consolidation of the leading brewer*— ha* finally been < on»ummated and the details j *yf the future management are about per Teated Boswell H Monroe of Rochester ha* been at the Hic he lieu for several weeks working to this end and the matter to now i in such shape that the stock will shortly im placed upon the English market The proposed director* are six in Lindon who are not named Russe! H Monroe, who will join the board after allotment and * Thie* J Ijefen*. William Seipp. John A Orb. F J Dewes. L. C Huck. Grorpt Bollen and F S Winston of Chicago ha— hits- Athlete-* H, Krttoktyn IL Emir* Athletic* 2 Brook I > a X Batterie* Green and KnUxsjti; Puwer* and Pit*. I m I* re Email* At ('..I urn bus Col am bus ........ 303 I A I A26—IO Louisville  OOOOOOOOO-O Baa* hit- Mo! urn bus 12 Louisville 8. Im#» -Columbus I. !x>*n-Ville I. Ba! tcries- «tar) right anti Ot'oonur, ie Artal I and Wet kbecker; M*wkm and Kjan. I' in pl re Due*, her A Hut Fight. Provident*. R I. May 12—A fight which hon bren projected for some time came off at daybreak yesterday morning in Douglass. Ma— , just over the stat* line. The cuaUsUuti were Jimmy Nelson of New Lund >n ami Christopher Cornell of Pascoag, and the slake wa* lot* RYA/ of which went to the winner The 400 spec talons witnessed one of the pluckiest com bats ever fought hereabouts in this ria— and the tight wa* very close Cornell forced the fighting from the start and appeared to be a sure winner up to the last round Nelson had bern bolding back. however, aud orcartonally dropping to **» ape punishment. When the Urns ar rived Nelson finished hi* mea with a half dozen blows delivered with the ut mort rapidity, knocking Cornell out in the six teen th round struck by a Train. DrBlqCE, la, Mar 12 —A Chicago, Mil j wauk— and St Paul train struck a buggy at the Main street crossing at Decorah. la In the buggy were Mi— Alice Glover. Mrs Aaron Sbeese and ber daughter and son. Miss Glover had a leg and arm broken and received other injuries which I are fatal The other occupants of the buggy were also seriously injured The vehicle wa* broken into splinter*. Publishers Assign*. Topfea. Kan . May 12 — George W Crane R Co., printers and publishers, have 1 mode an assignment Inabilities fbji mkt. j whicu .t to Inhered to fully covered by , —rtR Collections have I ieee dull and the company has been carrying a heavy debt ever since their —ta bashment waa destroyed by fire a year ago Judge A. B Quinton w as appl in ted tern porary    gore Hest met! re Hall asor—. New Orleans. May 12 —Reports are received that a lei rifle hail storm nailed Grand Isle and vicinity a few day* ago. doing damage roughly estimated at tau -UUU The bail g dc cut up the cabbogea, tomato— and *rfi*er vegetables, stripping the fruit trees ami breaking every pane of glans on the island Ow or the Ottor Must Go. CHU A<e>. May 12— President Spalding of the National league club returned from the Last Saturday He denies that the league schedule will be touched “The league will fight it out ob the line it has chosen.” be s—d “On that point we a redetermined We have come to the con elusion that two first -clos* league* cannot live, alai we re>-ugniae that one or the other must go If we lose we are ready to pack up our traps and leave the Player* league in po—easion; but if we are going to star, then the Player* league must go It will Lie a question of bonk roll* now. and I think we are pretty well heeled Chicago cannot support two clula. I am convinced ~ They Wast Saaflay Bail. W tsHiNr.TON, May 12 — Aneffort to being mode to start Sunday baseball playing in Waahmgton Manager Sullivan of the Washington club thinks Sunday gam— woo id not aff si t the w—k day attendance at the game*, and to looking about for a field just arroz* the bridge on the Virginia shore President Yonng of the Teague. an old resident of Washington, however. has given the si heme a set-back by coming out flatfooted against Sunday boll play ing He think* it demoralizing and in juriou* to the welfare if the game Clo— mf rn Walkiag XfateE. DETROIT. May 12 —The 72-hour six slay internal!--aal her!and toe walking match dozed Saturdav night at HLX/ with a big crowd in al ie rn Lance The walk was cat •bort one hoar and thirty minute* The neon- stood Hoagland. 430 mil— Messier 3ae Glick, 316 Nolan, 311; Smith, Att. Kraut/ JMT Hatton. 279; Townsend, 227 Miss Null s Body Fooart. Plattsburg. N. Y , May 12—The body found ai Williaboro bay on Friday "night hoe ber I* identified a* that of Mi— Cath anne Moffirt, sister of Ct-ag—rn an Muffler who disappeared from ber horn* near Beekmantown on the night of Dec 23 IMA. It to supposed she committed suicUW by drowning    _ Killed By Falling ASHLAND, Wk, May Ii— Andrew Un son. a miner, was killed and David Mot I ga a pit boas probably fatally injured by j f*ihn^ rock in the Minnesota mine Friday * night. Pit No * was filled with debris to a depth of sixty feet, causing a loo* of about FTmxju A Stoa* Man Elected. Km row im. Pa. May 12 —Miniuck. anti Deiemater delegate, waa elected over Mc Namer. Detomater • man Minaick's first choice to Stone and his second Hart inga There waa a strong feeling for Hasting* shown during the day Haaged HI assail WILEh> Bakre. Pa, May 12-Arthur Boh I man. who came bere two weak* ago from New York a* chief cook of Boeder » botel haaged hinc-elf The caum for the suicide is unknown. Arrested far Ii BuflTON. Mal 12—Frank E Gillis, whose J photograph shop on Charles street wa* \ burned is January and again in March. I was arrested Saturday, together with Dave Punch, John McDermott. W J. Me Murphy and Charta* Ring. charged with , conspiracy to cause the fire* Punch for * marl) ran an ink factory, which was j burned tort October. He and Gillis wen traveling with a photograph car when ar rested fool Ho* ma Doe tared Ha lee ae** CIHCYNN ATI, May 12—The Denton county grand jury of Covington. Ky , reported indictment* agnrnrt three pool rooms of Covington on the charge of being public 1 mi iran-ti Several areek* ago the Covington council refund to grant Ii cen*— to the pool saltorm. but in spite of this tbs pool rooms have continued in active -pera-Uon llyaamw *trurk by Ligbtalng. Frankfort, Ind., May 12- During the storm Friday ni*ht lightning rtrack the electric plant bere cv-mpletely ruining the dynamo of the •+*r*e» serv ice The damage done to ab?mt EJ.UUU. ti—idea leaving the city without lig\*t. Brab* Up ta a Raw. Providence, May 12 — A wrestling match for IfidO a rtde between Bibby and Cattanoch at the Pawtucket rink Satur day ntoht bruke up amid great excitement. the police charfriiur upon the disorderly crowd with their clubs    Each man hod won one fall. The referee toft without an nouncing a decision. A Ntrik* Ordered New Yore May 12- The Coal Shoveler*' and Stone Handler*' Protective anion have ordered a rtrike of the men employed by the Hurricane toto Granite company, becauie A the company's refusal to din charge non union men About ISO men will go out. Mr. Mc Alee r VA it ltd raw*. Philadelphia, May 12—State Senator William McAleer hoi- withdrawn from the cont—t for tile Democratic nomination for cong— from the Third dtotrict, the district represented no long by the late Sam net J Rand .ti I Conti*if tee Meet log Postponed. Washington. May 12—The meeting of the executive eo?nm!ft«e of the National Republican committee, called to mewl ut Washington today. bo*, owing to the absence at <ien_ «'i*rk*» >u been postponed indefinite!; Crashed t* l>*ath. Newark, N. J., May 12 — Martin Huff, an employe of the ( 'ramp IrtbeJ works st Montclair, wa* crushed to death by an ex press train on the Greenwood I .ake rail rood. Huff wa* intoxicated and sat down (rn the track directly im front of the train K iLind by a B*U*r Explosion. Buffalo. May 12—A switch engine on the Lehigh Valley railroad blew up at Buffalo creak yesterday The engineer, George Pearl, and Fireman Henry O’Connor were instantly kttksd and their bodies blown fully 1,506 fast - BOYS AND GIRLS' HATS Men * and Boys Mixed Ma. vnaw Sn aw Dress Hate, 2ic. Boy* Fancy M.itd Straw Dress lint*, only tic Youth * fine, Hobby *hap«, fancy Straw Hat*, silk ribbon band. beni qualities, only 47c , worth Tic Assorted styles Boy* plain and fancy Mylc Straw ha to. for school, on.'y 25c. Boys fancy school Hat*, extra jp*»d qualities, only 17c, Girls' wtde-rim fvncy school Hat* emir 17c. Girls’ wide-rim plain Sailor Hats, solid colors, only lie. Girls fine broRdrtiflk fancy Sailor School II At* only fie Girls plain and fancy mixed dret* Hats. only 35c. and 29c.. worth 4<*c. Girls’ Ten *tylish dress Hat*, fancy braids, only 4(A and Ilk Miss— stylish dress Hats, very desirable, only Ad and *i»V Ladies large sunshade Hats. only 15c. Men * plain white Mac on aw dress Hats, worth 7m* , only 37 mad47c.    Men’s fancy straw dr—* Hate worth 40c., only 17c. Girls' and Boys' Fancy Flannel I apa. Aly Ii nib and very desirable, only 48c. Old ladies and men's Lace (ap* infants' and children • plain and fancy Lace l ap*, from I ic. to 50c , newest patterns. ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!    .*    «,    „ --—_______________    .*    Buffalo, N. Y. ^TOIIDAET A LO. Patot.t Alton* «, (    7tr>    m«.    ,    f Waymart.-i., i» « ,>v-y I “ Fair»    tot-    We    nave llVciUellt Tot lilt.* iff dee Pair at*, (arrau au<i fie- luau*-* -—urn I 1    'lr    » Trade Marks reci*k-re<i All Patent bu-me— I >V HIH! I IOT KIlMi I den OI Bt*W vtoduri*'! few moderate Fe— taf->rmaG<-a * »    • .    .    ,*    , Adxir* sad apeeiol relerea. e-*eai ob n* , >ie»i elliiHtHUtTlrM, c^UCU Tt'c •JJaIHI ta tfAlii A hon th cm t«- «n to We ar»* itlfaaeti tt> n*et*ive, lait 1    *    workjofl    Urn aa. Penxcwa* , e-    »    ie    , 'erred wtoo .an furniU^ a horse and gixr ihetf *1 »c We f>t*ijr to Alk IOT parti I* ll I arx isW'to thekezlaeaa. Spe*e esBZwe®:.* may be profit- : •    -    -    * *hky ea»ptoyed alto. A tew vaci>-,., *e% rn town* od CIU— H. F JOHNSON A LO.,    Wain St., Richaauad, Vc I 'Mi '•AIK— T*<» Uuti-lir.if • I Iftipantitwt acor Foortksti at TS E. Krmrth itr—L Sc* ess, rn I it * j ui n in regard to th** sampler wanted. State whether e«ig-inp*, iiiNertion.d or flouncinga, REHUVAL i*r Oro. II. HI*- khan ba# ret»o * r-1 sad re*i«teare u» No. AK    street, a OFFICE Hor its—ie* a. rn. UU ,i -« *t. btl 4 p. sa.    m ikm H*7 . #< JI' i>ds*    •. ti    k    a    -    x • ppotatmrat. is also what wi<lth idea of the price. and Nome lasing ieed a** ex I* rte nor vAM'iiMMH Alo, JI uner> men, Roc heifer, VY. W e have a stock of em* 1 >* “ broideriea that is second to none in tho country and su-.. — _ . . v perior to any in Huffalo. For oar Eoualde Nursery k,>    .* b- k.os salary _<-r < «h»- I IJK* lll(»n»*y \aille W'(* offc*r IK mu a yTC n Vise w i Li. SALESMEN ' .j 11 I here are edi/irik ll' ASTI.U- AN A< IIVI S AN f, rn, I f F -ex tioO. *»i*r; HTS !•    I16S,    In* •    . > r» pm*-* a1 a i*urr—-tut N Y * <<»    re • ry- r- atni Ut »upp4> Dry <•«#.-• to, tV>tkiior. rtaira. Jewelry, etr_, u» eawwoen at »•••» Ala* a lady ol tart, *alar> RA** U> * ar nu u*r-WSJtm ar** rundtoi, ll*** »■» |*aui ut It* hr re arr rn ext h»u»r*-<l Em psi*- c    -rati re V»«x» .al.oti o r*-*iil well ra!*-*1 l.»»* A U x ftU , Si. ROOMS TO RENT la the Brrrb*ut* H-«ak Buildup Inquire of ti    Joroli    Wirtazr    m    Frank May. lgw from J of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and SwidK muslin. Matched jk'ta la tltflferent w idths of edging aud insertion on ail desirable hindn of material. All -over embroideries in great variety. jjFIouncijigw iii the different widths from 18 Jnche* to GO inches. Special ^lineq of ^cambric edges at 5c*10c, 12 Jc£l5c and 2,V |wr yartL ADAM, WXLbirM A.AN OX New goods fur this seaaon ;are coining in daily. The I muslin underwear stock ia J    complete, also the linen stock, I    j the cotton stoek and the white -    -<•<»]-    >t**-!v. Bv “complete” we mean the) have all the new styles in this seasons new goods—all the variety that ^ *    the purchasing facilities Espial to any in    the*city, and    in the country can bring to- at prices that w ill pay jg-ltor. ,    Ihc,    \N int»-r stock* are of you to S4*e nim tieioie    z    v    • J    lering great bargains. lher^ purchasing.    never was a time when you MBHHHH^rtHHHBszLva    could trade here more advan* tageously. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of frcwtti ia_?r7ixir OCR SPRING AND SI MMER LINE OF Of sri Ties s:i Slipper Adam, Meldrum <t Andnrsoi DRY GOODS, f'arpets and Draperies, R«tt>Man<l oijtilumxy AMERICAN tit AWK. MAIS HTB hts* bt*(’KALO. JI. V. C. a Penfold Manufacturer and Importer^ (WIA main st^ b( mrAMJ, H. t. DEALER IR Diamonds,    Watches and .Jewelry, Clerks. Silverware, realtor «»<*rts, rte. WE HAV LATHUM IN PAT ENT LEATHER snd BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FAN* Y a COLORED 'OOZE TRIM MINGS WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON. 213 Centre Street. KSUMA VISO, CHLD <J SIL I KR PLA TIMS. A COMPLETE LINE OF HOL IDA I GOODS :«*4 WAIN HT he bt, (/pan*ta Iiwooji Hose. $500 reward: SF K will pay the aU»xe re war I for aajr QMM o< Liver< omplasat, Dy*^!- a. Stick Meadacse, I diszabuo, uaiupanom cr aacot <*are w til Went * VefrtkW* IJf*J a &— the -firecGooa are atncrty    ai    A. l ei are pore*; Ve*etofcto. awl , I tv - Ati#faeti/m »ozar L«ato*b I-Ar*e l*rxm, : a u*. aiaf St Pi Ha. a ceat^ < rit ta sad laiUtx** The ireaaiaa laaaa \Zr.£i    SirM JOH*    C W«*T l,j    I'HAXMUf.O kirk. n. I,Go to Monroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures. »’0»«EAMPGHIMNEYS»«»-’ YOU CET THE cootie SORT; THE BICHY ONES AKE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE A* ell fi CEO. A MACBETH X CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA. ;

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