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 in. IWO. B IiEPHESENTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A NKW RITI.INO **ATHINK for ruling *11 k!n<i# of Mauka la th© latent »*ldiU»u> in he M*-oh*ui«'Al DeportAteat of I>unkirk|PrinUng Com patty-I 4 LE HAW DEK’* Coal and W«f A Central Avenue, oooosit* Nickel Plate ,S*pot All grade# of Ward aud Soft Cj W «4| Lumber, Shingles and Lag. Fro© lilly , Correapnndeaoe for wholesale I •olio! ted. BK. uirrtlKI), tia ami *f< Central Ave . A rustic Photographer, iastaitaiieouv Photographs of Babies a specialty. Hitters need ant wilt for snnshine except for «abies Ii .OOH HIN 1> Kilt—J a ii aw I av i N«, Pro- pro* tor, No. l« K. Second airer I. uear lint-teloitrert. dunkirk, N. T. Mags;dnea. Mu *,c Pamphlets, etc., In.umt in all styles. Onlcrs 0 rn ta | ill > attended to. All work guaranteed. Ii UK* H KH’N OUM UKK* HOLME, .‘Wo central Avenue. Wholeaale and retail dealer in lo ported and •oiuea tic China, Glassware, Ac. / iHAI'TAIigt’A HOTF.I, V.Z    lUU-s.    ti    »*er    <lay. Livery and Boarding Stable in coaaecUoa Victor Eider, aas and STJ Lion street. i HTV HAMBEK 8MOP 1/    dias.    Nagle,    Prop.. Under Lake Shore National Bank, o«^ne Center aud Third streets. A tine stork oi Foreign and Domestic cigars ION It I.IN A HON, Ale center street, 'radical horse shorts. Particular attention pan* to interfering boree*. Shoeing of as A trotting horses s specialty. PUC I) UN El HK EVENING OHSKRVER. largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium Dunkirk engineering cor pan v. hor uteri! Sellew A Popple. Manufacturer# of angule*, Boiler*. Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc- Patterns, r urgings. Caning-., aud Slat nine Work loonier. Dunkirk sui hi co., ak, ak and EU Center street, Ran u far lurers of th. •Cromwell" and '•Dunkirk” turfed - dip ag Dress blurt*, on sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry good# houses in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOR EV, LM aud LM LIOU street. Deal sr iu Flour, K©od, alt. Baled Hay, I In s pilate*, etc. Established, 1677. s KIE HOTEL and Dmiug batoon, Lniou K Depot. Easy areca# to all trains aud bus-iaaM bouses. Best acoouni»odaU«»*i* for Cons-stere Isl Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. I'MI.KUN A Ct*.. Pj    VT,    sud    99 B TUI pl street. Flut Furniture, Cabinet Vt are aud cloistering. Up- Ptcture Frames mule to order. CA I*. W ATT ENON A IMI, r . JU! Centra) Ave., i.cader* of Fashion sod Gentlemen Outfitters , I AKE LI. VTEAM HEATING CO., ll Raniilacturem et Steam Heating Apparatus •military Plumbing a Spee-ialty. ll OME NTEAX LA UN DRV. ■ our specialties:    rate    HhirU,    Bk-; Collars, iu; Cuffs, to, and La«w Curtaius. I-roe Deliv ery. A W. Cummings. Ail Center street ll It. OEHM. K. TIiipI st., cor. of Buff alo RanufMCturer ami dealer ia Fine Boots A Shoo# Ii. Third SC iiooks, Stationery. Musical In •ixumeut*,Maga£iae#, Daily aud Meekly Papers, .Bli verv Un eg pt-rtaiaiiig to a first class bonk and every Utica portal tune Sdioo. Ti took* a specialty. J OU PRINTING of every description aud at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, P sud IO E. Merom! SC H. VAN RU KEN A NON, Tire LHB, Accident and General Insurants Gratin Beal Estate aud Usui. Par.tcular els in Beal asia ie aim lestu*. * -attention paid lo the care of property collect mg rente Ac. pi AIR Ornter SC. iud floor. M ONKOE'N PHARMACY, mu Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paint , oils, Ac. I > EKK INN, J. W., i    AR Center street, Kanufadurer sud dealer in ll a inf's#, Saddles, B idles, collars. Trunks,K hi|>«, buffalo Uoi*?*, lf »•*«-(lovers Glove* Mittens and Sleigh Boites. St H«ILTEN, 17 Last Third street, fashionable Tailor, Gentlemen will Bsf it to tneir advantage lo call on me I adore purchasing elsewhere. UR. CARF A CO., f .    .TSS    Lion street Genera) Hard ware, White l.e*d,OilstPeinter’e Supplies, Oil Cloths. Gras Ie Ware. A specialty of Nherwn. W’llliani* Pa.rt aad Mom or range. Bl I Ll NG, sinh .'is Ii la ilk-books, leilgers, snd t sd kind# OI blanks done at Dunkirk PnuUug Company, 6 and lh K. Second bt Rudolph moldenhaukb, Cor. Third and Buffalo Ste., Dealer la Granite, Marble. F Building Hume. Call on sat * si de-walk moving lore bi ami >iiying and Livery NUblt-week on reasonabh your    ________ RINI.EF A CX*.. 7 and V East Front street Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. I V OBERT M'KAV. I ^    I.ion street, near the de |*>t. fioanliug, Stele. Feed eUhlmg by the day or teruia.    _ i AM J. GIFFORD. All Central Ave U p ^V stairs), General lusuranceand Beni KsUu Swent Fire, Life. Accident aud Live ‘Rock I nsuranee. Ppnupl attention giv u Pi buy ng snd selling Heal Estate »l« C. JONE*, 75 K. ThlPi st, cor iKer. kVccGior Rest Market. Frosh, Halt ar Smoked Meats, luted, Sausages. Oysters an Poultry* \V W ATU kl EN, JEWELRY. AC. •out the Aurora Uailroad WHct. lie P’drit.g a s|*vtally, r rat i. r. btepf. bk K Third sc vt. not ID U, M sr chs ii 11 ai tor, hi1 1 en md \ ve«< ne Ii. T PKOFaWNlONAL. BOLPH. FI. Ic, Phvsiciau amt Surgeon Oitiif ofi-r Ly u’s Drug Stun*. Besi ie nee. Central Avenue Telephone No. I. Calls may be left at Lyon s. WIRED FROM Kl'IiOI'E. KING LEOPOLD FEARS WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND CER (ANY. (.•rd Nalishury Assures the King of the Belgians That England Will Guarani*© He I g I ii ut1 a Neutrality in the Ft rut af a Franco-German Outbreak—Disgraceful Keene at Albert Hall. WEATHER CROP BULLETIN. THE SPORTING WORLD. *©- I/OMDON, May IM.- The visit of the King of the Belgian* to louden prove* to have been uot solely for the purpose of attend in t to ,:u veiling of til* j riuce »ouaort’s statue ut Windsor, though that wa* its ality osi rust ole object. it ut developed by done inquiry in circle* bent informed diplomatically that King Leopold is aux iou* in regard B the cant inned indepen deuce and autouenay of Belgium He be I levee that war between Germany arid France is imminent and lie fear* that in the general alteration of the map of Europe that will follow. Belgium will be absorbed by her big neighbor on the ©ate, uiilnw she can find strong friend* to help support her claims to continued independence. England's influence bae more thanom-e before been thrown on Belgium* side wheu question* af Germany's pretensions in that direction have been at issue, aud King Iifopold'H real occasion for visiting liundoii at this time was that be desired a personal aasurance from Ix>rd Salisbury that KughRid would guarantee Belgium * neutral position in caae of a Franco tier luau war Au interview wa* bad accordingly, and the desired assurance was given. There is no doubt that England would go to any ieugt h required in order to prevent such au increase of German territory'and power a* would be in vol vet! in the acquisition of either Belgium or Holland, toward both which countries the German statesmen are suspected of constantly canting greedy eyes The recent meeting of lx*rd Solis bury ami Mr. Glad stone at dinner at the Grand hotel waft furthermore ftrranged for the purpose of making Mr. Gladstone acquainted with this renewal of the un deretuudiug between Kuglaud aud Bol* ginrn as to a guarantee of the latter * po dtion of neutrality In cnae of war. It is part of the unwritten law of Britiwb state** Wanship I hat the leader of the opposition shall Is- made acquainted with the salient feature* of the government’s foreign policy, and the present instance furnishes an ii I uat rat ion of this custom King Leopold also visited Mr. Gladstone on Wednesday and had a long conter** iou ilh him. The result of the king s ttgp to Filmland, it is believed, will prove to have had a highly beneficial effect upon the Tutu ie position of his country. Mr. Gladstone, after his speech at Ixiwes loft Saturday, remained in town over uight, teeing entertained at the residence •jf one of his personal friends yester-lay, as hi* invariable custom, he at tended church, and his presence hail the effect of crowding the church with worshippers and spectator* I jam emerging from the church after the service, Mr Gladstone found a large crowd outside, waiting to see ami greet him, ami had au enthusiastic, though decorously quiet, impromptu reception DISGRACEFUL BURKE AT ALBERT HALL. A disgraceful scene of polite aoeiety rowdyism wa* witnessed iu the big Alliert hall on Wednesday upon the occasion of the reapjiearance of Fat ti. The prima was suffering from a liad cold caught, it is understood, in New York. and made worse by sea air on the passage. The audien**e was informed of the fact, but Manager Kuhe explained that rather than disappoint the public Mine Patti would sing three songs The fteopie. however, were in laid humor, owing to the non appearance of the tenor, Sims Reeves, aud wheu Patti declined encores they howled and st a iii (ted aud raved and refused to allow the concert to proceed. Kuhe ap pealed for fair play, but failed to obtaiu a hearing from these well-dressed ruffian* A famous violoncellist tried to charm the sax age breast *, but with so little success that In- Ii nu ii v pranced off the platform in diNguat. taking Ilia big instruuieut with him. The row continued for a considerable time, aud order was only restored by a threat to clear the ball. Patti left the plats alter her third soug much agitated at the jxeople’* want of forbearance. MR BPLUM BON TAKES TO BOYCOTTING. The Rev. Mr. Spurgeon, the radical Baptist preacher who turned agaiuat Gladstone on the home rule question, baa taken to boycotting, tile wea|*m which, in Irish hands, he ha* re|**atetlly aud fiercely denounced from the pulpit aud platform. He seceded from the Baptist union two or three years ago because that body was not sufficiently Calvinistic, and most friends left with him. Some fifty young pastors, however, who had received their training at Spurgeon * college, preferred to re rn ai u with the union. Efforts to make them swallow the dogma of Spurgeon’* infallibility haviug finally failed, they have been cut off from communion with the great man and hi* flock. Spurgeon * unchri*tianlike bitterness in this controversy i* severely criticised iu non-conformist circles Inspector Byrne* of New York having warned Scotland Yard to look out for Jackson, the compoaitor, who murdered his mistress a few week* ago in Sixth ave nile aud was supposed to have sailed ou the National line steamer Greece for london, detective* have l**en on the arert Pre cautions were taken to prevent any one lauding from the Greece, aud Inspector Jarvis boarded the steamer ten miles be low Gravesend Jackaou, however, was not aboard Mara Rain Nt-eBoA Iu ■ hrnska— Dry Wsslher la tfrsgoa. Washington, May It — The weather crop bulletin for the week ending May 17 •Ay*: The weather during the past week In th® Northwest, including the state* of Misaouri and upper Misaiaeippi valleys arid upper lake region, wa* generally un favorable for growing crop* owing to low temperature. Drought continue* over port iou* of Minnesota and North Dakota, where high winds have rendered some re planting necessary. More rain is needed in Kansas and Nebraska, while the ex oes*ivc rainfall in the states of the Ohio valley, attended by cold weather, has re Larded turin work, the ground betag too wet for planting. Kentucky report* to-bai-c© plants late and scarce and other crops fair. Tennessee reports weather ua favorable and outlook diucou raging, farmer* are behind in their work Some damage is reported to wheat and oats from rust, hut the tobacco prospect is more favorable. In the west gulf state* tho weather conditions during the past week have caused some improvement, although owing to temperature growth of crop* hav* THE FAMOUS FILLY FLYAWAY HOPELESS CRIPPLE. COMING EVENTS IN CONGRESS. low l*een slow. The replanting of cotton and rice in in progress in district* previously flooded and in Texas wheat i* damaged by rust In the South Atlantic states, conditions are more favorable aud cotton, corn and potatoes are reported aa very good Although planting has been delayed by rata* iii New England and the Middle Atlantic Mate* the crop aud fruit conditions are re|M>rted as favorable and grass aud grain excellent The weather condition* were favorable on the Pacific coast and crops were improved, but a continuation of dry weather in Oregon will result in some injury to the grain crop* CITIZEN TRAIN IN NEW YORK Heal The Keren I rte Globe Girdler Will (he Record with Kaae. NKW York. May 19.—Among the pas sengers arriving yesterday on the steam ship Etruria from Liverpool was Georg* A. Francis Train. Mr. Train slid down a rope from the big steamer to a tug and was brought to the city early yesterday morning He was soon holding ail informal reception at his old quarter* in the Continental hotel, looking a* bright aud fresh as when he started Ile said he hail lieen sixty day* on the voyage, aud expected to finish It in five dais more. He has pleuty of time to be** the record w ithout hurrying, so he will stay here uutil this evening. He will start on n special car attached to the Chicago limited on the New York Central at h o’clock, reaching Chicago at 9 p. rn. Tuesday, and Omaha at ‘J:3Q p. m Wed nesdav. At that point he will take a spe cial train for Tacoma. Another Link In th# Hswtelle Case. GBE AT Falls, N. ll., May lf-Interest in the Saw tell* case by the finding of a vest supposed to have been Hiram Saw telle’*, by * party of fishermen on the bank of Keyes Brook, not far from th* country nad traversed by Isaac on the fatal night, and not more than JOO yard* from where Hiram* shoes were found. There were no bullet holes in the Trout of the garment, hut iu the back there was a hole that might have l»eeu made by a bullet ami the surrounding cloth had the apparance of being burned by powder. The collar was torn down the back, sud there weredistimt blood stains on the front There was nothing iii the pocket* save a few matches and a button shaped whistle of tiu •ba Is Ret Ired from (be Turf ta the Breeding Farm—Results of Yesterday's American Association Games—Standing of the Clubs In Three Important Leagues—Other Sporting Fvents. LoriRVfLLB. Ky., May 19,—The great filly Flyaway has broken down and her retirement from the turf to the breeding farm I* necessary Saturday morning she wa* given a short spin, and near the com pletiou of it faltered and was led back to the stable, a hopeless cripple It is proh able that her rate with Heller Skelter on the hard track at Nashville caused her breaking down. It was the opinion of all trainers and turf men that she was the beat filly of    her age    la America,    and the mishap    is    a    serious one    to her owner inasmuch a* she threatened to sweep the fillies’ stakes all aloug the line Flyaway is a daughter of George Kinney and Sunlieam. by imp. I*amtagton, and was bred at the Hurstbourne stud this county In racing condition she was vailed at tlS.OUO Last year a derby winner, Spokane, is slowly recovering from his supposed attack of lung    fever    aud is now    pro uouneed out    of    danger However,    th# attack will prevent his being prepared for racing this season STANDING OF THE CLUBS Chicago, Philadelphia aud Rochester Lead In Their Respective Leagues. The following tables show the standing of the clubs in the different leagues PLATERS’ LEAGUE. Pi i Cent. All .571 .571 til 471 4*7 ca .357 Per Cent. .*& .5t» .538 .5141 .4U7 .450 .444 .419 Per Cent. ITA AV) .571 biti XA .444 4-15 ,»J0 i Licafo................ Won .. ll 1.0*1 I Huston,.................. .. 12 9 Hrooklyu................ .. 12 • Philadelphia............ . » IO Pitts tm Ik............... .. 0 V Cist eland................ .. 7 0 Nsw York................ .. « ll Buffalo .................. .. 5 9 NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia............. Won. .. 12 IXM*t I i'hh-agu ................. .. • 7 < in* iauatI............... .. IO 9 Brooklyn ................ .. t • Cleve land ............... .. 7 0 New York................ ,. o ll Pittsburg ............... .. 0 IO boston................... .. 9 12 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Rochester................ Won. .. 10 J Athletic.................. .. 13 • tautovilie................ .. 12 9 NI. Ixiui* ................ .. ll IO Sy far-use................. .. IO 12 Toledo.................... .. S IO Col ii rn bu*................ .. lo 13 brooklyn................. .. 4 10 A 1- allen* Threaten to Strike. Chicago, May 19. —The threatened tie-up i of the big hotel* by the waiters may occur ; to-day, affecting the Palmer, Grand i Pacific. Tremont, Brigg*. Commercial. , Southern, Woodruff aud Columbia. A member of the executive committee of th* .Culinary Alliance said a general move-[ men! on all these botel* would be made today. The committee, he said, had reached the conclusion that th* hotel keepers were putting them off for the purpose of prej»ariug to defeat them To-day the committee will make a final demand, and if refused a general strike would occur at once. leaterday'a AMoclatiun Games. At Brooklyn - Bnmklva......ti 2 ll (I (I (I 0 0 0 U Toledo .......0    0    U    0 U it (t u I U Has; bite Brooklyn 5, Toledo 7. Errors Hmoklyu J, Toledo 5. Batteries Mattiumre and Toy: Healy and I Rogers. empire O’Brien. At Rochester— Rot healer ...........0    0000002 (I si Columbus ..........o    4100240* ll Bot* hits Rochester 4, Columbus ll. Errors Rochester t. Columbus I. Batteries < Alihan arid M. Keough. Goat-right and O'Connor. Umpire Emslie. At Syracuse - Syracuse ............0    0    4 St. lamia.............3    0    It    I Base bit* Syracuse 14. St. Lout* IO Errors Syracuse 4, St. Louis ii. Batteries Casey ami Briggs. Earle. I’mpire Barnum At Philadelphia— Athletic  .......0    0    0    2    0    0    1 Louisville  ..........I    0    0    0    0    I    I ha>*e hits Athletic# 7, Louisville?. Error* At bietle* 8, Louisville *. Batteries Seward aud ltobin*>on: and Ryan. L'mpire Doest her. The Senate to Discuss tho Silvor BUI. While the House Will Talk Tariff. WASHINGTON, May 19— la the senate thi* week the discussion ol ;h< silver bill lie continued indefinitely. Several of the Western senators are down for long s[M-eches aud the end of the debate is uot yet in sight. An effort will be made to hold a Republican caucus during the week to come to some agreement on the stiver question and to determine upon a limit to deltete; but the discussion la likely to fill out the week, at least Tuesday after 4 o’clock is to be devoted toeulogiesou the late Representative Kelly of lVunsyl vania and on Saturday will la? given over to the calendar. The bolide will conclude the tariff discussion this week. Twice the considers tion of the river and harbor bill has been postponed by action of the Republican eaucus of the house and it wa* under atood that it would lie called up as soon a* the tariff bill had been disposed of. The tariff bill will lie placed on Its final pas sage on Wednesday, and it is the intention of the committee which haw right of way to call up the contested case of McDuffie I Rep.) against Turpin (Dem. I from the Fourth district of Alatteina 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 elections committee has reported in favor of tile seating of Mr McDuffie, tile con testee, aud a minority report has lieen filed by the Democrats favoring Mr. Turpin’s re^ ten tion of his scat Friday will lie devoted to the consideration and passage of private bills THE HALE FRATRACIDE. A Look Lost Hon Heard from After His Brother’s Slurder. Pittsfield, Mass.. May 19.—Another interrating chapter in the now celebrated Hale case has just developed, adding new interest to the case. First cattie the murder of William Henry Hale by his brother Fred, and a week later the father of the two Isiys coin rn it ted suicide rather tliau testify against bis son in court. It is now known that Sanford Hale, an older brother of the boys, w ho was supjmsed to lie dead many years ago, is living in Omaha Kandford left home twenty years ago wheu the Hales lived in Pittsfield, and nothing was beard of him for a loug time On the day Mr. Hale was buried a letter came directed to him Ina strange hand. It was from the long lost so*, and said that he read ail Omaha paper of the killing of Henry by Fred, aud wrote for particulars After Mr. Hale wa* buried the letter was answered by a friend of the family, and the son was informed of the second tragedy in the family. The fact of the existence of the eldest son wa* a surprise to the people of Hinsdale, as nothing had ever lieen said of him and the father never mentioning him to the reporters when questioned alinit his family. It i* exjieeted now that Sanford will return home, as his aged mother and stricken sister greatly need his help. ANOTHER MINE ON FIRE. THE NEILSON SHAFT AT SHAMOKIN IGNITED BY BURNING TIMBERS. Twenty-Plva Mule* Dead at the Dot tem and Nineteen Will ba EaflToeatad—The Extent of th# Fir# Cannot ba Determined—Carbon Run Creek Will be Turned In to Drawn the Fit a Shamokin, Pa . May 19.—The Nellaon shaft is on fire, having caught from the burning timbers of the breaker which ai* destroyed last Friday night The lower levels are filled with gas. Twenty five mules at the bottom are dead and nineteen on the top levels will be suffocated At IO p rn. the fire in the Nellaon shaft had assumed a serious aspect The fire la known to la- in No 12 shaft at a depth of IOO feet, but it* extent cannot he determined Smoke and foul air were noticed issuing from the air course of No. 12 level at 4 p. rn The breaker fire Saturday destroyed the boilers and od* fau. Yesterday steam facilities were obtained and fan started to ventilate the mine, but it failed to drive out the gas in the upper level The mine is making ga* fast and -erious explosions will occur if it reaches the fire itete last uight It wa* decided to turn theCariKXi Run creek into the shaft aud drown out the fire. It will lake thirty. six hours to turn the creek, and lf the fire is in the locality which the rn lye fore man thinks it is, it w ill be tlwwfeP four days before the water will reach We fire. The gas and fire is so dangerous that every precaution is being taken to prevent loss of life H  TKC (Of^~ OtVfttD HHH (itllden rrowuk woo*! hftiulluH, ling cans, 19 to 33c. Uhil.lrcn's 4c. Callander*, heavy. 10c. 1-2- ill*. cl; Si ni ilk- 'mink my shovels _    -quart    dairy pans, 10c. Bird ca# hooks, 4c. Iron shelf brackets, 5, 8, IO and IKe. per pair. Cupboard door catches, tic. Large wile bit braces, 18c. Large monkey wrenches, Lemon squeezers, 10c. Handy vises, Knife trays, 10c. Toilet pails and slop 38c. Japan trays, 14-inch, 10c. 10-quart dust pans, 10c, Fancy bindi baskets, 23c. | Child’s fancy rolling hoops, 23c. Iron axel , express wagons, 95c., .J 1.85. Chair scats, IO and 12c. Bird cages, 45, OO, 75, 90c.. $1.15. erie~stok HMH ---- * H H M 015 Till a UMI I I itll red. Trad# Marks register**! All Patent business conducted for moderate Fees. I ii for ma lion. Advice aud *|**cial reference# sent on request. The Col ii in bn. Club# Ntw Captain. I SFEC1 AL A N NOU NCE.M ENT Ru< HK* I KR, N \ , May 19 —Just bcfora i n iobUAKT A to., l’ateutAttorMJAll yesterday’* game at Windsor Beach, Man- I O St, Wa alii na ton, D U'.opp U- s. Pa ton ager lim ken Urger of the Columbus club I entente,( »veata snd Ae Dane# we called his players together u uder the grand stand and made a little address in which ii** referred to the dissension in the team occasioned by the appoint meat of Jack ('rooks a* captain at the opeaiug of the season He closed with the announcement thtil hereafter McTammany would la* field captain The player* favored Jack O’Connor for the position, but Mc Tammany'* appointment wa# received with perfect sat rn fart iou *73 tm i« A MONTH can t* mu<te working tor us. Persons preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may tie profitably employed «»Do. A lew vacancies in towns and cities B. F. JOHNSON A CO,, nxv Main St., Richmond, Va ’DK SALE.—Two building lots, fldxHO, on 1 Leopard street near Fourth street. Inquire at 78 K. Fourth street. Hulled Aliso iii a Well. NEW York, May 19.—James Parcelled, night disr*steller in the New York post-oflu**. was Killed bv the caving in of a well on hi* place at Wood Side, I,, f. Mr. Par calles wa.- repairing the well, when it partially caved in. burying bim nearly to the net k. The quicksand continued to run Minerals of the Hartford Mio* Victim**. Wile BA-Barre, Po., May ta —The Tuner als of a n mn tier of the victims Of the Hart ford mine took place yesterday afternoon Every available space was occupied iu the cemetery, and the road leading to it wa* crowded with vehicles of all kinds, con taming sight seer*. Brief service* went held at each of the houses and consisted of dinging, praying, and, in some cases, shart addresses. The scenes were heartrending in the extreme Another victim’* funeral is to take place thiw morning, aud then the curtain will have been lowered upon another terrible calamity. A Tug Mu ak In Lake Fria. Buff ai/), May ta.- The tug Tom May fliHtn was sunk in the lake a mile northeast of the government piers at 4 J0o’clock Sat unlay morning and now lie* at the lx»ttom at a spot unknown to her owuers Her crew, consisting of (’apt. Charles I la ti ahu*, Engineer Charles Murphy, and Firemen Charles Allen and Joe Doyle.es REMOVAL. Dr. (leo. E. Blackball! has removed liis|*ftlce and residence to No. .122 Dove street. ok rte a Hoc km—IU a. sa. till .noon; I p in. till 4 p. iii. Munday forenoon aud weekday evening* by appointment. IAI I y vr IN For our Re.table Nursery Mf A nj I r llst«-< k, oil Salary i oui W    m    ar    muni,,,,. Write for terms Need no experience a I I r A ll r Al sa MCOMBER alo Nfll rGfflr N Nurserymen, vnbbwmbia Ko«he*ter, N. Y. #U<MI l enient H-rooiu house {clothes pre*»-sea. coal and wood house, handsome varaiidah and vestibule, Imcli stoop and storm-house, screen doors and window# storm sawlie# and outside blinds; handsomely papered, newly painted inside and out, water and sink in kitchen aud h>dr?vnt for lawn. LM 00x100, new sidewalls, fruit trees, garden ami Iud-lied. A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT cai**d drowning by their own activity, ■    i    .r.’    u . t i    i«    ^ I climbing from the sinking tug to the deck J down and the efforts of the neighbors to ! I ....-J..-.-     ...     *only    |    of    the    steamer    (    ii 2 2 3 2 Stivetts and (k Meakiu A Fatal Boller Explosion. Nashville, Tenn . It - Threw men i met instant death near Danville Friday I night by the explosion of Hie boiler of a ! locomotive drawing a freight sa in The train, which wa* tau ween Pari* ad Erin, on the louisville and Nashville road, wa* 1 going up the road lietwceii Danville and Gravel I*it. when the explosion occurred. of his 1 Accident was caused by the stay bolt giviug out The eugine wa* thrown from tile track Five cars loaded with mer cliaadtse were demolished aud Mat Con-vors, the engineer: George Stull, fireman, and Ja'-k ’A heat ley, brakeman, were killed Th** United Order of Honor Falls. Indiana folia, May ta —The United Or-der of Honor, whose affair* have lieen in the hand* of Receiver Bradley for some mouths, we* completely wiped out when the receiver submitted hi* report He showed that there were debt* aggregating UiO.OUU, but he was only able to collect ti, 190 nil told The court allowed the attorney in the case *500 and the receiver the remainder. Atter [laying the court expense-the creditor* get nothing The order wa* once in a very flourishing eon dition A Swindler Arrested. WATI RAU RT, Conn. May 19— Michael J. Cassidy is in custody here charged with obtaining money under false pre tcuces He has tieeu representing himself to be ail agent for the Itedie* Home Journal for ueariy a year, during w hich time he has collet ted slims varying from $50 to «500 Cassidy is the same man w bo two year* ago euilier/.Ied E*** from Judge R F Cole, but w hose case was settled to save distress to hi* friends. A Salsa* Town Cremated. Sioux ('ITV, la, May ta.—Covington, the saloon towu across the river about which so much has lieen written, wa* burned Friday In January ail lite building* ou the west side of the only street were burned, and I lie blaze took all those on the east side. Niue building* were burned. Six of them were occupied by saloons. Very little of the contents were saved. There is no proliability that the towu will he rebuilt. A Spirited Glove Contest. Cleveland, May 19.—A large crowd witnessed the six round glove contest Saturday night at the Academy of Music between Tommy Warren, the feather weight champion, and Iterry Foley of Boston. Warren was iu good condition aud weighed 191 pounds, while Foley wa* fleshy and tipped the scale at 128. Warren did most of the leading and hail consider abt)' the better of the first two rounds. He raiued a shower of blow* on Foley’s head aud neck in the third «round, and just I ie fore the call of time succeeded iu knocking bi* man over the ropes by a vicious right hand uppercut. Fillev, however, got hi* second w iud in the succeeding round and held his own to the close, and the last roufld, by a well directed left-hander, brought a stream of blood from hi* oliver nary'* nose The crowd wa* enthusiastic After the inatcfli H»m Eaton, a local featherweight, (Jiallenged Warreu to fight to a finish, to take place withiu three weeks, each mon to weigh 120 pound* Warren accepted and the men will meet to-day to sign article*. extricate the unfortunate man only in rreased his danger. A rubier tulsa was procured and placed in Mr. Parcelle* mouth, so tl*Ht he could breathe, after the sand had covens! his head After several hours’ latter the sand wa* cleared away again, but it wa* found that Mr. Parcelle* had been unable to retain the title in his mouth and teen chok**] to death. He wa* one of the leading citizens of \V«K>d Side He leave* a wif-- and six children in coin fort able circum si antra. imlerlaud. limier bows the Maytham sunk. * In the Merchants Bank'Biiihling-Inquire of whose I if    Jacob    Winner    or    Frank    May. JUST RECEIVED A Carload of tho- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. Ht Ain roses, Weeping Rowe*, Evergreen*, Shrubs, Climbers, Fruit and ornamental tree*. Never before did von see tree* so nice ami large a* these nru. I will Hell them very cheap Why do I sell them cheap? Because it will help to improve the city and make It prwaibla that after s./ine time there will be no city or town in whole Chant. County better provided with fine tree* ttutti Dunkirk (’nil at VAN DK IIM KU LEN’S GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle and Seventh St*. Urn al<», iV, Y. W c have frequent req ii es ta by mail for *anqd< a of new embroider* it*H, Such request* we tire pleased to receive, but we beg to ink for particular!! in regard to the samples wanted. State wkethc inaei Lion* or flouncing* width and conic idea of \Vrc have n stock of etnb edging*, also what the price. lid erie* that i* necond to ib m try and superior lo A Prominent Nvw Turk Merchant Dead. Brooklyn, May ta — Ripley Rope*, president of the Brooklyn Trust company, state charities canuni**ioner, and one the largr-t Spoilt ti American merchants in New York, died at his re*idence in this city yesterday at the age of 70 years He wa*cue of the nM**t prominent men in the political, busine** and social circle* of Brooklyn, and leave* a large fortune Two Sensational Marriages. Kingston, N. Y., May ta — IVo sensational marriages are matters of goasip. While the guete- were assembled awaiting the marriage of Jacob I.ieb Lieffert to Mi** Marion Post, the groom eloped and of i wedded Henrietta, the 14 year-old sister of the intended bride. Frank Fulton, a colored butcher, w a* mai l led to Miss Kila Dud raw, an attractive w bite girl, daughter of Cat hollo parents. They Will Make a Tour of the World. San Francisco, May 19.—Jake Schaefer, the “Wixon!” accompanied by Frank Ives, the young “Napoleon" of billiard* arri veil in this city froi^Chicogo by the Central Pacific train st has been generally la* beveil here that Shaefer wa* coming to t hi* city for the ex press purpose of meet iug Professor McCleary in a 3,(JUG point game, Shaefer to give a discount Such I* not the case. however Schaefer aud Ivra are makiug a tour of the world aud will leave for Au*tralia immediately after the mat ;h, which will begiu at Metropolitan hall May 99 As he intends to do in all other large cities, Schaefer agreed to play Met’leery here ami requested his partner. Dick Roche, to arrange this match Sghaefer will leave Australia ta time to reoch Paris for the great tour iiament aud expect* to return to New York before October An Addition to tbs Oaa-sxa-Gae! Colony. JULI KT, 111*.. May 19 —Jerry O’Donnell, the ex deputy sheriff w ho conspired with Graham and others to corrupt the Cronin jnnw*, was received at the penitentiary and entered upon hi* three-year term, thus adding one more to the Clan na-Goel colony now behind th* bara O’Donnell was put to work in the wire mill. Died Dom the Effects of a Beat tug. Philadelphia, May ta.—Thomas Moore, aged 8 years, died Saturday from the effect* of a beating administered nome mouths ago by .James Wa rh ural, a con feetioner, who claimed the boy was one of n number who had annoyed him by constantly ringing his bell aud calling him out of his shop Th* boy has been in bed ever since the aasault. Worhuret locked up. He Has *o Use for Vita der Abe. Chicago, May 19 — Secretory Manson of the Si. Louis Bn»therhooa park. who boa I teen in the city for several days, was seen yesterday aud promptly denied the story sent out from *t. Louis that negotiations were pending for a transfer of the Cleve land club to Brotherhood park. St. Louis. Munson soys that he is through forever with Von der Ahe aud would not have anything ta do with a club in which the “hoes manager” is interested Fatal Result of a Fish iug Trip. Philadelphia, May ta.—Four young men, John Wild, William Ingham, William H. Grad well and Richard Reilly, .started in a taint for a fishing trip on the Delaware early Saturday morning. Some time afterward two jMilicemen were attracted by acream* to the Arch street wharf and found fnuham and Gradwell clinging to the overt timed tatet Wild had lieen drown et I and Reilly had left the tatet Home time liefore The two nieu were arrested. Reilly wa* found after want and said he left the boat because his companion* were quarreling All the l*arty hail lieen drinking. A 4'and.v Establishment Burns. Toledo, ()., May 19.—Fire which started in the Crescent Candy company’* e-tab-lishnient early yesterday morning spread rapidly to the wholesale grocery of Wool! A: Ma limey Before the flame* were ex tinguished all four stories of the candy i-ompany’* store were gutted, aud Wood He Maussey suffered almost a total lo** of their Htoek Lyttle He Wemsn*. wholesale carriage and saddlery establishment, was slightly damage! by water and smoke The losses are: Crescent company, $00,000: Wood Ar Maussey, £15.000:    Lyttle He Wem.ais, idJMiO: damage to building, $10, OOO. all covered by insurance. Death of State Ne rust or Adams. Baltimore, May ta. — State Senator Charles S. Adam* died yesterday. last Monday night, while at the Concordia club, he was seized with a stroke af a lop lexy from w-hich he did not recover. Sena tor Adams wa*a nativeof Fredericksburg, Va., and was 57 years old. He wa* an Influential member of tile Golden Chain, Royal Arcanum, and United Slate* Ben fcvoleut Fraternity. The funeral will take place tomorrow GARL SCHAUER The Boston Carpenters* Strike. Boston, May ta.—At the car [ten tens’ district council S it unlay night the walking delegate of Union Hd of Boston reported that all the men at work for Norcross Bro*., on the new Ame* building, corner of Court and Washington street*, had l>een induced to stop work awd would not go to work thi* morning. It was voted to continue t he st rugle for an eight hour day The delegate* from the Worcester union stated that the c«rja*n»er* of that city would on June I demand the nine-hour day, eight hours on Saturday without re duction in pay Th* Ugh Jumping Retard Beat an. Washington, May 19— Mr. Howland’s hone Ontario Saturday beat the world's record for high jumping, clearing seven feet. The best record prerfcmidy was his own—six feet three incite* F.xrltiog Bicycle Race. Omaha. May ta.—Eight thousand people Kaw an exciting finish to the six day eight-hour bicycle race between .la* k Prince, the champion, and Sergeant Ned Reading. the (soldier racer All week the men hat! beeu even On the last mile Saturday night under a trem«4idous spurt Prince passed Reading ami won by a few feet Total distance covered wa* a trifle over 716 mile* A wager of #1 .(IOO a side and the entire gate receipt* go to the winner. Boulanger Doenn't Want a Medium. Iajndon, May ta.—(ten Boulanger, in a letter to a friend, explains that his recent aladitiou of the Boulangist committee •hate riot mean that he ha* renounced their aid, but that he does uot care to hav# any medium between universal suffrage and himself.    _____ Fresidrnt Goddard Resigns. CHK AGO, May 19.—J. F. Goddard, vie* president of the Saute Fe resigned Saturday and the resignation woe accepted to take effect June 1st. A Schooner Capsized. Boston, May 19 —The steamer City of Macon, from Savannah, bring* Charles Pulaski, cook of the Gloucester schooner Hattie Clark, who wa* found drifting in an open ta>at on Friday. Pulaski says the Huttie Clark capsized Thursday morning in a squall off Frying Pan shoals, and he Itelieve* *11 ou Itoard exi^ept himself were lost, Including (’apt Sargent lame and five men The Hattie Clark was bound for Key West Au Appeal for Ald. Wilkes Barre, Pa , May ta—The bur ge** of Aah ley has issued an appeal for aid from the charitable public for the families of the men killed in the disaster iu the slope of the Hartford mine They solicit contributions for clothing and moue)' which may be sent to R Thomas burgess. Martin Doley, president of the borough qpuncil, or K Lindermuth, trews urer at Ashley, Luzerne county, Pa Charities aud Corrections Conference. Baltimore, May ta.—Archdeacon Alexander Mockey Smith of New York preached the annual sermon of the conference of charities and correction* to a full congregation yesterday. The sessions of the conference have thus far beeu highly satisfactory and promise to so continue until the adjournment next Thursday The papers which have been rend attract widespread attention. s 59 East Third St., Had just received a filii line of ) rr BUTS m TSE Equal to any in the city, mid at prices that will pay you to sue him befoie purchasing. A Newark Broker Arrost*d. Newark, N. J., May ta.— Edward W. McClave, a Newark broker was arrested on a civil process for debt and was taken before Court Clerk Coleman of the first district court of Newark, and was bailed by ex-Sheriff Brown aud Charles Marsh He denounced his arrest as an outrage, lie cantle the name of the complainant wa* withheld from him Exteoslx* Wreck Near .toilet Joliet. 111., May ta — An extensive wreck was caused on the Alton Saturday about tw'o miles this side of Wilmington. at Prairie Creek Twenty flat cars, loaded with cinders, are piled in confusion, at the place named The engine Jumped the track, tearing up the rail* for a long distance No one was injured. A Boycott od Neah Beer. New York, May ta.—At a largely attended meeting of the trades’ council last night it was voted to boycott all beer mode in New Haven, on the ground that it is “scab" beer. The trades’ council is composed of delegatee from the various local organizations. OUR SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF Oxford Ties and Slipper: i i the coun- nuy in Htiffttlo. I ho money value wo offer in simjt’y ii n pa rail eel. I liere arc edging* from 1-4 of an inch to 18 incite* wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook aud Swiss muslin. Matched Meta in different widths ofedging and insertion of all desirable kinds t»f material. All over embroideries in great variety. Flouncing* in the different width* from in inches to (50 inc Ii os. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, 10c, 12 I -2c.    15c. aud 25 eta. rn per yard. Adam, Mki.hm New goods for coming in daily. doBwt ar stock i* complete, also the lit**'ii stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stin k. By “complete” we mean they have all the new styles in this season’s new goods— ll tho VMrietv that the best purchasing facilities in tho country can bring together. I he S' inter stocks are offering great bargains. There never wq* a time wheu you could trade here more advantageously. VI «V A NOK USON. this 'I he season are muslin HU WE HAVE THEM IN PATENT LEATH Eft & BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLOR ED OOZE TRIMMINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEATHER SUPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, STREET WEAR. FOR Prtseaers Escape. Carlinville, JU., May 19.—Five of the prisoners confated in th* jail at this place effected their sac*pc Saturday craning by blasting out a stone in the wall with dynamite. SULLIVAN & SON 213 Ct nil fc Stree t, MJdroio ■ and Anderson, DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, Hooks and Stationary, AMERICAN HMX K, MMi-402 M A / A ti V It i BUFFALO, N. Y. KT CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 3(54 MAIN HT., BUFFALO, N. V. Watches DKA I.KR IN Diamond**, and Jewelry, < Ite'fcs, Silverware, Leather (RkhIs, ete. HK (i RA Vt VG, ti OLD <f HIL IKR PLATING A COMPLETE MNK UK Holiday Goods HO4 MAIN STREET, ippoMite Iroquois HotelGo to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. BRISK? '■ —J    THE    RICHT    ONES' ARE CALLEO f*£ A"Rt*3P©P A(,D - Midt only by GEO, ft. MACBFTH $ (jQ., f^TTSBUR6H?PA? ;