Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 19, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 19, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y MONDAY. MAY 19, 1890. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. AHKW KPLIKO MACHINE for ruling all ol the latent addition to Mechanical Department of. CompanyJ LXXAXDBB'S Coal and Wood Yard. TO Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate All of Hard and Soft Coal, Wooif Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free Comapondeaoe (or wholesale tollelted. It B. ttOVOVD. MS and 9W Central Ave. ArtUtlc Photocrapher. Inuantaneonii of BalSe. a specialty. aecd not wait tor iniwhlne except jabiea. lor WIRED FROM EIT.OFE. KINO LEOPOLD FEARS WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND CEIT1ANY. Iv---------------------------------------- No. B. Second (tract, near lulo Dunkirk. N. T. Mil jic. etc., bound in all styles, attended to. All work guaranteed. DOMCmkVB OBOCKBBI UOD8B, O Central Avenue. Wholesale and reUII dnlnr in Iff ported and China, Olaoware. Ac. (MAUTAOOCA HOTEL, V> Bain, per clay. Livery and BoartliDf Stable in c inflection Victor fclder. SB and 887 Lion itreel BAKBBR 8HOF J Chaa. Nagle. Prop.. ader Lake Shore National ttank, Center and Third A Doe ttouk ol Foreign and Domeatle utg SWMKUN SUN, teater street, naotical Partieular atteution paid to interfering Shoeing ol roari ail trotting a ipeoialty. rvl IMKIKK EVBiflNO OBSERVER. Dally In the Connty. An unequalled advertming medium. I .OMIUHK BMOUfKBRLNO COMPANY. U Foraerly Sellew A Popple. of Boilers Pnlleys, Shafting etc. Patterns, Forgiiign, Castings, and Machine Work to order. SH1KT CO., lot. Wl aud W, Center of thu and "Dunkirk" nttinti Un In all leading furnishing, clothing and dry hotuei in Dunkirk. r. TOOMKY, 434 aud I.lon slrec t, Dealer in Flow, feed, Baled Hay, Plios- elc. 18TI. UK HOTCL and Dining Saloon, Unum Depot. Kaay to an aud bus- Beat acoouiniodaUons lor Coro- clal John J. Murphy, Prop. E 91 and M E. TblrO furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up- nototertng. Plcvare made to order. Ift U. MATTESOM CO.. 901 Central Ave., ol Pathion and Gentlemen OullUUire. r fARBLI. 8TKAM HBATINU OOn Stoain Heating Apparaliu Plumbing a Specialty. I IUMK 8TKAM LAVMDKV. Our flue ShlrU, lOc; le: te, and Lace Free Deliv- ery. A W. M7 Center >troei. IJ K. UKHM. K. Third si, cor. of BiifTulo hlanntttotnrer and dealer In Fine A UBNRV WKU.BM-8 NKW STOKE, 108 B. Third Booki, SUUonery, Miuical In- Weekly and everything pertaiaing to a final book Sohoo. a ipeoiaUv. JOB PR1MT1NO of every ilmcrlptiou at lowest living by Printing Company, 8 and 10 K. Second St. JO. VAli BDBKN SUN, Flra. Lilu, Accident and General lasuraaM. Deal- In Real Estate aud Particular attention paid to the awe at property collect- ing ko. 119 Center ind floor. VIONRUK-8 PHAKMACTV. HOD Central Avenue atadquarten for Wall Paper Paint .Ulli, Ac. PUUUHS, J. W., Mft Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in HarncM, Satt.' les, Waiitt, Buffalo Uotoa, Mlttenaaml Sleigh ttobcs. I) M1HOI.TBB, I 17 Bait Third ttreet, Tailor. Gentlemen will Dud it to taelr to oall on me belore p PB. VAKV CO., SM Lion (treet. Ucnerml Hardware, Wuile Bnpiilim, Oil Oraaite Ware. A special- lyat Uouioerange. Lord Salisbury the King of the Belt-lain That England Will Neutrality In the Kvcnt at m Franco-German 8emie at Albert Hall. LONDON, May visit of tlie King of the Belgians to proven to have been uot Holely for the purpose of attend- ttc veiling of 1 lie prince cuusort'i stutue at Windsor, thuugii tlml was Its nuly object, it developed by cloae Inquiry in circles best informed diplomatically that King Leopold ank of Keyes Brook, not far from the ountry road traversed by Isaac on the alal night, and not more than 300 yards rom where Hiram's shoes were found here were no bullet holes in the front of he garment, but iu the buck there was a lole thut might have been made by a nillet and the surrounding cloth had he appearance of being burned by pow- er. The collar was torn clown the back nd there were distinct blood stains on the ront. There was nothing in the pockets ave a few matches and a button-shaped histle of tin. THE SPORTING WORLD. THE FAMOUS FILLY FLYAWAY A HOPELESS CRIPPLE. Retired from the Turf th Breeding of American Amoclatlon of the In Three Importan Other Sporting- Ky., May 19.-The great filly Flyaway broken down he retirement from the turf to the breeding farm ta Decennary. Saturday morning she given a short spia, and near the com pletlon of it faltered and was led back to the stable, a hopeless cripple. It is prob able that her race with Helter Skelter on the hard track at Nashville caused her breaking down. It was the opinion of al trainers and turf men that she was the beat flllj of her age in America, and the mishap a serious one to her owner Inasmuch an she threatened to the fillies' stakes all along the line Flyaway la a daughter ef George Kinney and Sunbeam, by Imp. Leamington, and was bred at the Hurstbourne stud this county. In racing condition she was val- at Last derby winner, Spokane, is slowly recovering from his supposed attack of lung fever and Is now pro- nounced out ef danger. However, the attack will prevent bis being prepared (or racing this season. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Chicago, Philadelphia and Rochester Lead In Their Respective League.. The following tables show the standing of the clubs in the different leagues PLATERS' LEAGUE. Ucago.................... n toston...................... ]o Brooklyn...... "'hlladelphia.... 8 g 'levelaad f Vew York. Buffalo...... Lost. II IU 8 r, NATIONAL I.EAGUB 6 11 Philadelphia irooklyn 4 ,'leveluml "_' New-York Lost 9 t 8 11 10 12 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. lochester Mhletio.. Won. 16 t. LOUM... yracuae... olcdo. olumbuft rooklyn. 12 11 10 8 10 4 Lost 7 10 13 IB Per Cent. .611 .671 .571 474 .471 .421 .367 Per Cent. .KB .663 .5B6 .467 .444 .419 Per Tent. 696 .660 .571 524 .465 .444 .4.'6 .200 f) UMNO, inch M blank-books, lodgcri. and K, all ol done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St. JV Cor. Third and Buffalo Dealer In Granite, Marble, Verging and Building Stone. Call on ate K'Jure buyinii your RlfHJCV 7 and rront street Whuky, Uqoor Store for Family UonMnet, near the depot. Hoardiu. Sale. Feed and Livery abliag Cy the day or week on rej dlabliag Stable reasonable J. COfVOBD. Ml Central Ave. (Up r Intunuuse anil Beal Kstau Firo, LiJe, Accident, and l.ivu Slock Insurance. Prompt attention given to baying and Real Kitate C. JON 'I 74 JC. Third cor. Deer. KiccUior Meat Market. Froah, aalt nn Smoked UtrO. Oyalen an. I'Jul'JT. W ATOMBS. JBWKLOT. Uie Aurora Bailroad Wntclfc x Repairing a specialty. rrni.b Stapit, SS B. Tllir.l nt. M. UfHJICKU, Tatlcr, W cntral venue __ FKOVIMSIONAL. 1 1 T. K01.PH, M. D.. may be lett at pluct- after her tkird song much agitated at tbe people's want of forbearance. MK. STUKBKON TAKES TO BOYCOTTING. The Rev. Mr. Spurgeon, the radical Baptist preacher who turned against Gladstone on tbe home rule question, lias taken to boycotting, the weapon which, in Irish bands, he has repeatedly and fiercely denounced from the pulpit aud platform. He seceded from tbe Baptist union two or three years ago because that body was not sufficiently Calvlnistic, and most of his friends left with him Some fifty young pastors, however, who had received their training at Spnrgeou's college, preferred to remain with the union. Efforts to make them swallow the dogma of Spurgeon's infallibility having liually failed, they have been cut off from communion with tun great man and his flock. Spurgeon's uncbristianlike bitterness in this contro- versy in severely criticised In non-conform- ist circles. Inspector Byrnes of New York having warned Scotland Yard to look out for Jacksou, the compositor, who murdered his mistress a few weeks ago in Sixth ave- nue and was supposed to have sailed on the National line steamer Greece for London, detectives have been un the arert. Pre- cautions were taken to prevent any one landing from the Greece, and Inspector Jarvis boarded the steamer ten miles be- low Gravesend. Jackson, however, was not aboard. A Swindler Arrested. WATKKBURY, Conn., May Cassidy is in custody here charged with obtaining money under false pve- teuces. He has been representing himself to be an agent for the Ladies Home Jour- nal for nearly a years during which time he has collected sums var> ing from to WOO. Cassidy is the same man who two years ago embezzled from Judge K. F. Cole, but whose case was settled to save distress to his friends. Threaten to Strike. CHICAGO, May 19 -The threatened tle-np f the big hotels by tbe waiters may occur o-day, affecting the Palmer, Grand aciflc, Tremont, Briggs, Commercial, Southern, Woodruff aud Columbia. A member of the executive committee of the Culinary Alliance said a general move- ment on all these hotels would be made to-day. The committee, he said, had reached the conclusion that the hotel keepers were putting them off for the pur- pose of preparing to defeat them. To-day the committee will make a final demand and if refused a genera] strike would occur at once. A Fatal Boiler Explosion. NASHVILLE, Term., Ma? men met instant death near Dimville Friday night by the explosion of the boiler of a locomotive drawing a freltslit atuin. The train, wliich was between Paris Erin, on the Louisville and Nashville road, going up the road between Danville and Gravel Pit, when the explosion occurred. The accident was caused by the stay bolt givinK ont The engine was thrown from the track. Five cars loaded with mer- chandise were demolished and Mat Con- the engineer; George Stull, fireman mid Ja-k brakemim, were killed Tlie ITnltffl Order of Honor Falls. INDIANAPOLIS, Afay 19 United Or- der of Honor, whose aflairs have been in the hands of Receiver Bradley fur some months, completely wiped out when the receiver submitted his report. He showed that there were debts aggregating but he was only able to collect ll.liX) nil told The court allowed the at- torney in the WOO nnd the receiver the remainder After paying the court expenses the creditors get nothing. The order was ouce in a very flourishing con- dition. A Suloon Tuwn Cremated. Sioux CITY, la., May the saloon town across the river about which much has been written, was burned Friday In January all the on the wefct side ot the only street were DUi-ned, and tlie blaze took all those on the Nine buildings were burned, Six of them were occupied by saloons. Very little of the contents were saved. There is no probability that the town will be rebuilt. Two Sensational ___________________ KINGSTON, N. Y., May tional marriages are matters of gossip. A Prominent New York M.rehant Dead. While tbe gneits were assembled awaiMng BROOKLYN, May 19. Ripley Ropes, president of the Brooklyn Trust company, state charities commissioner, and one of the largest South American merchants in New York, died at his residence in this city yesterday at the age of 70 years He was one of the most prominent men in the political, business and social circles of Brooklyn, and leaves a large fortune. An Addition to Clan-Ma-Gael Colony. JDUET, Ilia., May O'Donnell, the ex-deputy sheriff who conspired with Graham aud others to corrupt the Cronin jnrwa, was received at the penitentiary and entered upon his three-year term, thus adding one more to the Clan-na-Gael colony now behind th? bars. O'Donnell waa put to work in tbe wire mill. the marriage of Jacob Lieb Lielfert to Miss Manon Post, tlie groom eloped and wedded Henrietta, the 14-year-old sister of the Intended bride. Frank Fulton, a col- ored buteher, was mni-ried to Miss Ella Uudrow, an attractive white girl, daughter of Catholic parents. Died from the of a Beating. PHILADELPHIA, May Moore, aged 8 years, died Saturday from the effects of a beating administered some months ago by Warhunt, a con- fectioner, who claimed the boy waa one of a number who had annoyed him by con Association Games. At rooklyn.....0200UOOOOOO-2 oledo.....0000 (I u 0010 3 Base bits-Brooklyn 5, Toledo 7. Errors-Brooklyn :i, Toledo 5. Batteries-Mattiniine and Toy; Healy antl ogers. Umpire-O'Brien. At ocliester...........0 0000002 olumbns .........0 4 1 0 0 2 4 0 Bane Columbus 11. -Rochester 3, Columbus I. Batteries-Caliban and McKeough. Gast- ght and O'Connor. Umplre-Emslie. At Syracuse- Syracuse ...........o 0430280 0-11 St. Louis.............a OU003210-U Base bits-Syracuse M, St. Louis 10 Errors- Syracuse 4, St. Louis S. Batteries- Casey and Briggs, Stivetts and Umpire- Barnnm. At Philadelpkia- Athlettc............0 00200000-2 Louisville...........I Base hits -Athletics 7, Louisville 7. Errors- Athletics 8, Louisville 8. Batterien-Seivard and Robinson; Meakln ind Ryan. A Spirited Glore Contest. CLEVELAND, May W-A large crowd witnessed the six-round glove contest Saturday night at the Academy of Music between Tommy Warren, the feather- weight champion, and Poley of Boston. Warren was in good condition and weighed 121 pounds, while Koley was fleshy and tipped the scale at 128. Warren did most of the leading and had consider- ably the better of the flrst two rounds. He rained a shower of blows on Foley's head and net-k in the third iround, aud just before the cull of time succeeded In knock- ing bis man over the ropes by a vicious right hand uppercut. Ftflev, however, got his second wind in the succeeding round and held his own to the and the last by a well directed left-hander, brought a stream of blood from his adver- sary's nose. The crowd was enthusiastic After tbe matcta Eaton, a >oca) featherweight, challenged Warren to fight to a finish, to take place within three weeks, eucli mau to weigh 130 pounds Warren accepted and the men will meet to-day to sign articles. The; Will a Toor of the World. SAN FRAN-CISCO, May 19.-Jake Schaefer, the "wizard" accompanied by Prank Ives, the young "Napoleon" of billiards arrived in this city by the Central Pacific train, it has been generally lie lieved here that Shaefer was coming to this city for the express purpose of meet- ing Professor McCleery In a point game, Shaefer to give a discount SucTi Is not the case, however Schaefer and are making a tour of the world aud will leave for Australia imme- diately after the mat'jh, which will begin at Metropolitan ball May 39 As be in- tends to do in all other large cities, .Schaefer agreed to play McCleery here and request- ed hut partner, Dick Roche, to arrange this match. Sjliaefer will leave Australia fu time to reach Paris for the great tour nament aud expects to return to New York before October. COMING EVENTS IN CONGRESS. The BenaU to Blienu Silver Bill, While the Henie Will Talk WASHINGTON, May the senate this week tlie discussion ol the silver bil be continued indefinitely. Several of th Western senators are down for l speeches aud the end of the debate is no yet iu sight. An effort will be made tc hold a Republican caucus during th week to come to some agreement on the silver quefction and to determine upon I limit to debate, but the discussion I likely to fill out the week, at leaht Tuesday after 4 o'clock is to be devoted toeulogieson the late Representative Kelly of Pennsyl vania and on Saturday will he given over to the calendar. The house will conclude the tariff dis- cussion this week. Twice the eousidera tion of the river and harbor bill has been postponed by action of the Republican eaucus of the house and it was under stood that it would be called up as soon aa the tariff bill had been disposed of The tariff bill will be placed on its final pas- sage on Wednesday, and it is the intention of the committee which has right of way to call up the contested case of McDnffie (Hep.) against Turpin (Dem.) from the Fourth district of Alabama on Thursday so that the river and harbor bill will not come up before the following week at the earliest, unless a caucus should allow it to be brought forward this week The elec- tions committee has reported in favor of tbe seating of Mr. McDuftie, the aud a minority report has been filed by the Democrats favoring Mr. Turplu's re- tention of his scat Friday will lie devoted to the consideration anil passage of private bills THE HALE FRATRACIDE. A Long I.ont Son Hoard from After Brother's Murder. PITTSVIELD, Mass., May in- Cresting chapter in tlie now celebrated il.'ile case has just developed, adding new nterest to the case First came the mur- ier of William Henrv Hale by his brother and a week Inter the father of the two boys committed suicide rather than estify against his son in court. It Is no mown that Sanford Hale, an old irothrr of the boys, who was supposed dead many years ago, is living Jiuaha. Saudford left home twenty yea ago when the Hales lived in Pittsfleld.an lutlnng was heard of him for a long tim On the day Mr. Hale was buried a :ame directed to him in a strange ban t was from the son, itnd SB hat he read an Omaha paper of the ki ng of Henry by Fred, aud wrote for pa iculars. After Mr. Hale was buried th etter wasansweied by a friend of th ainily, nnd the son WHS Informed of th econd tragedy in the family The fact he existence of the eldest son waa a su rise to the people of llmsdale, as nothin tad ever lieen snid of him and the fathe ever mentioning him to the reportei vhen questioned about his family. It now that Runford will retur home, as his aged mother and stricken si ter greatly need his help ANOTHER MINE ON FIRE. THE NEILSON SHAFT AT 8H AMOK IN IGNITED BY BURNING TIMBERS. Twenty-Pi Mnlea at the Bottom and Nineteen Will Extent of Fire Cannot Deter- Run Will Turned In to SHAMOKIN, Pa., May Nellaen abaft en fire, having caught from tlie burning timbers of the breaker which ww destroyed last Friday night. The lower levels are filled with gas. Tweaty five mules at the bottom an dead aad nineteen on the top levels will be suffocated. At 10 p. m. the flre In the Neilson shaft had assumed a serious aspect. The fin is known to be In Na. 13 shaft at a depth of 100 feet, but extent cannot be deter- mined Smoke and foul air were noticed issuing from tbe air course of No. 12 level at 4 p. m The breaker flre Saturday de- stroyed the boilers and fan. Yester- day steam facilities wen obtained and a fan started to ventilate the mine, but It failed to drive out the gas In the upper level The mine Is gas In the upper making gas fast and serious explosions will occnr If It reaches the flre last night It waa decided to turn the Carbon Run creek into the shaft and reek into the shaft and drown out the fire. It will take thirty hours to turn the creek, and If the fire is in the locality which the mil mun thinks it is, it will be ti fore four fire. days before the water will reao? 1 he gas and lire is so dangerous that every precaution is being taken to prevent lou of life Burled Alive hi a Well. NEW YORK, May W-James Parcelles niRht in HIP New York pns office, WHS killcil Ijy the caving in of a wi> on liia plarc ut Wood Side, r. Mr. Par cellea wad rejmiriug tile well, when it pai z tiully caved in, burying liim nearly to th i neck. The quicksand continued to ru down, and the efforts of the neiglilwrs t extricate the unfortunate man only in creased his danger. A rubber tube wa procured anil placed in Mr. Parcelle mouth, so tUat he could breathe, after th sand covered his liend After severa hours' labor the sand was cleared awa again, but it WHS founil that Mr. Parcelle had been urmhlc to retain the tube in hi mouth and been choked lo death. He one of the leading of Wood Side He leaves a six children in com fortablc stantly ringing his_ bell and out of bis shop, ever since the locked up. He for Ahe. CHICAGO, May Munson of the St. Louis Brotherhood park, who has been in the city for several days, was seen yesterday and promptly denied the story sent out from St. Louis that negotiations were pending for a transfer of the Cleve- land club to Brotherhood park, St. Louis. Mnnscn that he is through forever with VOB der Ahe and would not have anything U do with a club In which the 'boas manager" is Interested. The Stftt Record Beaten. May Holland's Fatal Remit of a Pinhlne Trip. May young men, John Wild, William Injjham, Will iam B Gradwell and Richard Reilly started in a boat for a fishing trip on the Delaware early Saturday morning. Som time afterward two policemen were at traded by scream1! to the Arch street wharf and found Intjham and Oradwel clinging to the overturned boat Wile hail been drowned and Kcilly had left the boat some time before The two men were arrested. Tii-illy was found after ward and said he left the boat because his companions were quarreling party had been chinking. All the A Candy TOLEDO, O., May which started in the Creiceut Candy uomiianv1- estab- lishment early ycHtcrilllJ morning spread rapidly to the wholesale (irocorv of Wooii Mnussey Before the Haniev were ex tinguished all four stories of the candy company's store were gutted, and Wooi Manssey suffered almost a total loss ol their stock Lyt.tle Wemans, wholesale carriage and saddlery establishment, was slightly damaged by water and smoke The losses are: Crescent company. Wood Maussey, Lyttle Wemtins. -r.i damage to building, 110, 000. all covered by insurance. The Strike. BOSTON, May the carpenters' dis- trict council S itnrday the walking delegate of I'nion of Hoston reported that all the men at work for Norcross Bros., on the new Ames building, corner of Court and Washington btreets, had been induced to stop vvoi k and would not go to work this morning. It was voted to con- tinue the strugle for an eight-hour day. The delegates from the Worcester union stated that the carpenters of that city wonld on June 1 rii-iuaud the nine-hour day, eight hours on Saturday without re duction in pay Kxrltlng BU-ycle Ruce. OMAHA, May 19 thousand people saw an exciting finish to the six-day eight- hour bicycle race between .lark Prince, the champion, and Sergeant Ned Reading, the soldier racer All week the men had been even On the last mile Saturday niglit under a tremAdous spurt Prince passed Heading and won by a few feet- Total distance covered was a triHe over 716 miles A wager of a side and the entire gate receipts go to the winner. him Omtario Saturday beat the world's Boulanger Doesn't Want a Medium. May 19 Boulanger, in a letter to a friend, explains that his recent abolition of the Boulangist committee not mean that he has renounced their aid, but that he does not care to have any medium between universal suffrage and himself___________________ Goddard CHICAGO, May F. Goddard, The New Captain. RCM IIKSTKK, N. Y., May 19.-Just before festerday's game at Windsor Beach, Man- ager Buckenberger of the Columbus club ailed his players together under the grand land and mode a little address in which le relerred to the dimension in the team wcasiuned by tbe appointment of Jack Jrooks as captain at tbe opening of the season. He closed with the announce- ment that hereafter McTammany would be Held captain. The players favored Jack O'Connor for the position, but Mc- Tammany's appointment was received with perfect satisfaction. i j Garden TroweK woo.1 handles, 5c. Snrink- pans, lOc Bird cago hooka, 4c. Iron shelf brackets, 5, 8, 10 and I8c. per pair. Cup- board door catches, 6c. Large size bit bra- ces, 18c. Largfl monkey wrenches, 23c. Lemon squeezers, lOc. Handy vises, I8c. Knife trays, lOc. Toilet pails and slop' jars, 38c. Japan trays, 14-inch, 10e. 10-quart dust pans, lOc, Fancy lunch baskets, 2Sc. Child's fancy rolling'hoops, 23c. Iron axt-1 express wagons, 95c., Chair seats, 10 and 12c. Bird cages, 4.% CO, 75, 90c., ERIE STORK. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT lOBDABI' A CO.. PaUJiil 711 St, C opu U. a. Patent of- Pateau, and Be IMIIPD secured Trade regUlerod. All 1'atrnt liuBlnena conducted for moderate Information Advice special tent on request. 'U A viwvtvv w ferred who can furnish a hone and give their Lime 10 thebuslneii. Spare moments may be profit. ably employed A few vacuncin in cities. U. F. JOHNSON ft 1000 Main St., Richmond. ".made working lor us. Pcrnoiu pre- Funeral, of the Rartr.nl WILKKS-BARRK, Pa., May 19.-Thefuner- als of a number of the victims ef the Hart- ford mine took place yesterday afternoon Kvery available space was occupied in the cemetery, and the road leading to it was crowded with vehicles of all kinds, con- taining sight seers. Brief services wen held at each of the and consisted of aingiug, praying, and, In some cases, sh.rt addresses. The scenes were heartrending iu the extreme. Another victim's funeral is to take place this morning, and then the curtaiu will have been lowered upon another terrible calamity. A TUB Sunk In Lake Erie. BtiFKALo, May 19.-The tug Tom Mav- tham was sunk in tbe lake a mile north- east of the government piers (Saturday morning and now lies at the bottom at a spot unknown to her owners Her crew, consisting of Capt. Charles Uauahue, Engineer Charles Murphy, and Firemen Charles Allen and Joe Doyle, es- caped drowning by their own activity climbing from the sinking tug to tbe deck of the steamer Cumberland, under when bows the Maytham sunk. Death of State Senator Adanu. BALTIMORE, May 19. State Senator Charles S. Adams died yesterday. Last Monday night, while at the Concordia he was seized with a stroke of adop- iejcy from which he did not recover. Sena- :or Adams was a native of Frederiuksburg Va., and was 57 years old. He was an m- Suential member of tbe Golden Cham, Koyal Arcanum, and United States Ben- evolcut Fraternity. The funeral will place to-morrow. building InU, 90x60, Leopard ttreel near Fourth uliwt. Inquire at 7815. fourth slreel. Dr. fieo. K. Blackham ban removed liinlufllre and reoldenre to No. attvej. OFFICE llouim-io a. m. till noun: 1 n. m. lill 4 p. m. Sunday lore noon anil woektlnv WANTED For our Bollnble Nursery Stock, on Salary or Cnm- Ncert no experience .1 Write for Uiriua too fi Al FSM F N Nurwrymcn, iter.N. Y. venientH-room a, coal and wood uouee, handHome varandali d Tfillbiile, bark mooii and screen nntl and ouulde blinds; haodiomely papered, nuwly painlod liolile and out, water and sink in kitchen and htdrant lor Inwn. Lc.t OUxieo. new Irull treei, garden and liot-lwil. A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT In the Inquire ol tl Jacob Wirtner or Fi-nnL Hay. JUST -----A Carload of the----- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. mamroces Wccpiiur Rose., Kvergreeni. Climbers, Fruit and ornamen- tal trees. NeTcr before did you see lices BO Dice and Urge MS these I will sell them very chuap. Why do I soil them clieapy Because It will help to improve Ihc city and make U possible tual after suinc lime there will be no city or lown In whole Chaut. County better provided flne trees ttian Dunkirk. Call at VANUKRMEULEN'SOHEEN UOCSE Cor. Eagle and Seventh N, r. requests by embroider- A Schooner Capilud. BOSTON, May steamer City of klacon, from Savannah, brings Charles Polaski, cook of the Gloucester schooner flattie Clark, who wan found drifting In an open boat on Friday. Polaakl says the iuttie Clark capsized Thursday morning n a squall off Prying Pan shoals, and he wlieves all on board except himself were ost, including Capt. Sargent Lane and live men The Hattie Clark waa bound 'or Key West An Appeal for Aid. WILKES BAKKE, Pa., May bur- ;ess of Ashley luw Issued an appeal for aid rom the charitable public for the families of the men killed to the disaster n the slope of tbe Hartford mine. They solicit contributions for clothing and money which may be sent to K. Thomas, >urgess: Martin Doley, president of the borough council, or E Lindermuth, treas- urer at Ashley, Luzerne county, Pa and Conference. BALTIMORE, May 19.-Archdeacon Alex- ,nder Maokey Smith of New York preached the annual sermon of the coufer- nce of charities and corrections to a full ongregatiou yesterday. The sessions of be conference have far been highly atisfactory and promise to so continue until the adjournment next Thuraday The papers which have been read attract widespread attention. A Newark Broker Arrettad. NEWARK, N. J., May 19.-Edward W. McClave, a Newark broker waa arrested n a civil process for debt and was taken Kfore Court Clerk Coleman of the first istrict court of Newark, and waa balled >y ex-Sheriff Brown and Charles Marsh [e denounced arrest aa an outrage, be- antfe the name of the. complainant was 'itbheld from him. Wreck Near Jollet. Joi.IET, III., May 19. An extenslTe reck was caused on the Alton Saturday tout two miles this side of Wilmington, t Prairie Creek. Twenty Bat cars, loaded vith cinders, are piled in confusion, at be place named. The engjne jumped tbe rack, tearing up the rails for a long dis- tance No one was injured. A Boycott an Scab Beer. NEW YORK, May a largely at- tended meeting of the trades' council last ight It was voted, to boycott all beer made n New Haven, on the ground that It Is scab" beer. The trades'council to com- osed of from the various local rganizations. CARL SGHAUER 50 East Third St., Has just received a full line of Equal to any in tie city, and at prices tliat will pay you to sue him befoi a purchasing. OCR SPRING AND SUM- MER LIMB OF i owa-eta three inches. CABLnrmu, HI., May of the itooner, contort to th. JaU at tht. I take effect June 1st. DO YOUR BREAK? ARE CALLED mite. WE HAVE THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATHEJt BRIGHT UONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TTCIM- MINOS. WE ALSO RAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, W c Have mail for samplca es, Sucli rpqiiestH we are pleated to receive, Imt we beg to for in regard to samples wanted. Stale whether ei lions or nlm> what width and Home idea of the price. We have n stock of finl> oidertos ;hat is second to not) j eoup- ry and superior lo any iu Buffalo. The money value wo offer is simply unparalled, There are from of Ml incli to la im-lies wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook aud Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different Width! of edging anil iiipcrtion of all deslr- able kinds material. All-over embroideries in great variety. in tbe different widths from 18 to 00 incliM. Special lines of cambric edges at So, IOC, 12 l-2r. aiHJ.'ZS ctn. peryaril. ADAM, MKI.DMJM ANIIF.USON. New gooitt, for Keagon are coming in daily. The in null n un- derwear stock is complete, also tbe slock, the cotton stock and tbe white goodH htock. By "com. plcte" we mean they have all tbe new styles in thin season's new ihe variety thai luc best puicliasing country can bring together. The Winter are offering great bargninn. There time wlieu you could more advantageously. novfr WM a here L DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Hoolu'and Matlonery. AMERICAN MAIN BTKkttT, BUFFALO, N. V. ;.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, SB4 MAIN OT., BUFFALO, M. T. DBAI.KB IN Diamonds, Watchea and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware. Leather ete. KSOKA 17 NO. UOLII

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