Dunkirk Evening Observer, May 31, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

May 31, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 31, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. S\TURDAY, MAY 31, im NO Kl H ET H ES ENT A IX ME.MOH I AM. B USINESS HOUSES DEDICATION OF THE GARFIELD MORIAL IN CLEVELAND. ME- OF DUNKIRK. AN BW Kl! IX. MACHI**    ntonf ail km U* «l blanks »• toe late*! a*idiU"i 'n be kl»•« balneal Department of 11 linkirk| t*nuii ny CompMTl a UUANUKKl Owl »*»«! W °S^ . A Ototral Arentan, omikwi**    J    .J**? L>«,»o4. All grade# of Hard and ^    J**- * Ai Lumber, Sfaia#W* awd leu* r CvrmpoiKteuur for wltilMkl# u> loiidlH. ■ > K. uirroKU, aw! TE' Lea ira I Are K. A r t if 11 • ■ Pin it* igra plier. I u.t*nUne.Me Photograph* of Rabic* not wa.t tor ■a aportaUy. f'uw‘r’ •im.liioe exempt I'M Book HINDRKl .UMM I BV I MW, un.-U.r, No. Iii K. Kwwti'l *tm-l. near (alo airest, Dunkirk, N. I •ir, Parajilllet#, alc-, bound in all alylaa. iM^er aru iii ptl i alleuded to. All work guarantor- l*ro- liuf* Mu Ii UHl'HkK’M (J MUCK KRY HOUIK. XU* (astral A ranuc. Wholesale anti retail «taa»ar in I-. part**! and lo mealie ( biaa, »ila*aware, 4'', i i UA UT AIJ UU A HMTKl^ I /    Union, ti t*er day. Ll rare ao<1 Hoarding Stable in noaBwUuo Victor linter, SXS ami 3Z7 too* »U« t t .ITV HAKHKK SlKU dun Nagle, Prop* Under Cake Shore National Bank, ooruei Canter and Tliinl afreet*. A Ane aloe* «»l tm figs aud Doraville (gar# | ION It I.IN A HON, w    S3* «.eater atrial, Ila lnal bone-tluein. Particular attention paid to intel bring bola<-«. klMwiuf of nwt a* a trotting horace a specialty. I) U N K I HK KVKNINO OHHfr.KVKK. I .argent daily In the County. Au unequalled ii-1 tern ai ng medium. I .UN Kl KH SMUIN RICKI NO ClliP AN V. I/    For    mer    Iv sallew A Popple. Manufacturer# of Kiifiue*, Hoi Ie rn. Pul Ie) a. Sbafuug Haugen etc. Patterna, !"rginf», « anting.-, and Machine Work to order. ami of to. UK DUNKIRK Nil I ICI Ok. •«!, *f' Ceti lei street, Manufacturers "Cromwell” and "Dunkirk** [lerfcNl - tJlUug Ureas Shirt#. On sale in all leading furnishing, cloUitufe aia*1 tir>    liuiiiM**    iii    Dunkirk. I I r. TOO MMY, \j .    4.44    aud    4.‘»    Lion    street. Dealer in Flour, I eel, -alt, Balai Hay, abate*, etc. Established, ls77. I’bos K' KIK HO I FL aud Depot Lam access to all trams aud bus->nnaa bouse#. Best accommodation# for I oui* wercisl Travelers. ■Iobu J. Murphy, Prop. I ULKKN A CU., Hi    VI aud nm IC. Third striae Fin* Furuilure, Cabinet Ware sud Up-uoisteriug. Picture Frames made to order. |^' U. MAITCltOM A CXI, Ail Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen outfitters. AhltU HTRAX* M FATINO IO., ii Manufacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OME NT CA Vt I..UN HHV. Our specialties:    Flue    Shirts, loc; Collars, Ie; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curiam*, tree l»eliv ary. A VV. CummmgH, WI tauter street. K. OFU.Vt k. I bird st., cor. of Buflaki Manufacturer aud dealer rn Fine Hoot* Bl ShoM a FN kit W FI I.*. IPN NFM' ATO KH, lull F. , Third sh book*, stationery, Musical In-struments.Magajnses.Daily sud tv cekl v Facers, and evert tini's pertataing to a Biol class book store Nc.boo. Ttooks a specialty. J OH PHIN I IN*, ok every lowest living rates by description sud al Dunkirk Pimtiag Cotnpauy, a aud lo k. second St JU. WH IU' KFN A SMIN, file Lite, Accident and General liiaitracj* Deal-Va ta Heal Fatale and Loans. Particular attention paul to I be car* of property collect' tag raulc Ic ilk Center sh, iud floor. (yjONKOF H 4*HAKMACV, HS'Ie ii Lr# I Avenue Maa tquaiter* for Wall Paper Paint , Olla, Aa 1g KKK1N H, J. VV.. ‘JOO Center street, Manufacturer and dealer in liai ness,Saddles, Undies, Collar*. Trullks.W kips, Buffalo Holies, Horne Olivers Gloves Milieus and Nleigb Kobe*. ■ > NC HOI.IT - I #    17 Fast Third street. Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will Aud it to Ute lr advantage to call nu me lie fore purchasing elsewhere. II IL CAKY A (XL. . .    Ais Lion street. General Hard ware, VV hi lr I .rad,' bls Painter'* Supplies, Oil Cloths, Graictr Ware A specially.of Sberwih W iliiams Pa.et and Monroe range. LI.INO, such as biaitk-books, ledgers, aud all kinds of btauks done at Dunkirk Pnutmg Company, 8 aud IU IC. second Sh Ii KL DOI.PII MOLDAN HAT Kit, Cor. Third and Buffalo SUL, I realer in Granite, Marble. * lagging and ting aide your aide-walk ISI Ft It A (XL, 7 and y Fast Front street. W hisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. RO It KFT UHAL. Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feel and Livery Stable. Stabling by Uie day or week on reasonable terms.    __ nAM J. OIFFOKD. Ad Central Ave. (Up ^ stair*). General Insurance aud Heal K-lau-Agent, lire, Life, Accident, sud Live Stock I Bearance. Prompt attention given to buying and selling Heal Fatale re' C. JON FN, J    «5 K. Third sh, dot. bier kicehior Meal Msiket. Fresh, Nail smoked Meats, Larvl, Sausage*. Oyster* Poultry. an ■ an NY W J ATL'UFS, JIWELKI, BU "Buy tt»e Aurora Railroad W ab b. He pain ug a UNctallJ. Crank r Ms pf. Mi F Third st I. MOL K KH. Merchant Tai lot, Vie Central Avenue $500 REWARD! W F will pay the above reward for auy can* of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nick Headache, Indigestion, vonstipsuon or Costiveness w« cannot cure with West’s Vegetable Liver PUG. when the directions are strictly complied with They are purely Vegetable, and never fail h give satisfaction Sugar Coaled. Large boxes containing BU Pills. ta cents. Beware of co un ■ ter felt*, and imitations. The genuine ainu mrwd onlv by JOHN C W air A CO. Sold kirk, N. Y, I ac tired only by JOHN C by Mon Ro a's Pharmacy. D Imposing (< re monte* ut Lake View C’smeterr — Mr*. Garfield Ct ired to th* Fetid How Sisiasitai Day Was observed ► I***here—Fatli Accident tv a ii. A. It. Veteran In Vluffhio. CAF VKI LM*. Wry ill —'Idle Warfield meal •rial iu I .i «    iriiii-iery was dedi cated resterdav wrth I* ip -to'T rereinouies lo th* fieesenc:* of th-* pie«ddent of the I’lilted Stale*, mein lier* of hi* cabinet, aud distinguished mea from all pails of the country The memorial is a colossal structure, towering IRY feet stove an eminence in the «(MDCt«rjr which overlooks the city aud surrounding country. The exercise* of the day began with a parade of military and civic mu let ie*, the prooanMva forming in the centre of the city and moving to the cemetery, a din lance of five im lea It wa* after '4 o’clock wheu the bead of the procession reached th* bare of the mouuiueut. The greensward immediately in front of the graud stand bud tweu re gerved for the veteran* of Garfield’* lagune ut. and as soou a* they lame into view Mrs Garfield, who wa* attired in deep mourning, with a long widow's veil, roue with her children to her feet, while the veteran* gave her rouud after round of appinite. Her eye* auf fumed with tears, and it wa* with difficulty that *he restrained her emotion The presidential party was announced with a blare of trumpet* President Harrison took a seat to the right of the chair, on the **t re me edge of the platform, with Vice Pre*ideiit Morton, Gen* Sherman and Schofield, ex Postmaster General James, Hishop Gilmore, the Garfield fain tty, Bishop I.outland aud Cong re** iii an McKinley completing the circle. The mein Ber* of the cabinet were directly behind the preKident After the hymn “America" had been *uug By the memorial society ex-President I es stepped to the front of the platform and spoke aa follow*: Fellow citixeua: Jaiae* Abram (>arfleld, born and bled in Ohio. a brave aud patriotic Moldier of the Union army, an orator, a statesman, a scholar, president of the I lilted States, having died in the path of duty, hi* countrymen of all parties and all section*, of every -tale and of every ter- 1 ritory and of the l>i*tnct of f ’olunihia and e*|iecialiy hi* friend* aud neigh tors of the city of t’leveland, of the Western reserve. aide- i by many goto people cf for eiiju land*, have built this impressive aud enduring monument lo pelletuaic lo future generations hi* Hallie and memory. This noble purpose ha* by the emiuent architect. George Keller of the city of Hartford, Im-cii fitly eml*odied IU the memorial structure, which Weare atout to dr* I ii de iii the presence of this un-oouiitc I multitude of p**ople, this cloud of approving aud *ym;>athizing wituesse* I pou tin* ceremony, upon all who take part lu it, aud upou all who observe it, the diviue favor and the divine blessing is invoked Players were offered by Bishop W. A. leonard and Hon Jacob I) Cox, lieutenant poverflTtr «»f<*hio, wa* intriMluced a* the orator of the day. The oration occupied in its delivery one hour and leu minute* 'towards the end dark clouds loomed up in the east and there were several sharp peals of thunder Tile audience ta-< oui i ng weary cal led time outlie siieakt r and also indulged in general round- of applause, hut he kept ou to the euti u! hr- man UM rip! After the Hallelujah chorus had been rendered the president was received with a warm welcome In a remarkably vigorous manner and with noun iou* gesticulations he s^ke a* follow s: Fellow-! it i Hen*: The select iou of these exercise* of this day, consecrated to the memory of those who died that there might la* one flag of honor aud authority in this republic 'great applause), is most fitting. That Bag Boat* here, the unrivalled object of our lo) a1 love. IKeuewed cheers). llu* toantiful aud imposing monument fitly tv pith s the grand ami av in metrical charm !* r of hun iu whose honor it has been Builded His wa* the arduous greatness oi things done. No ladder of preferment wa* fashioned aud placed by other band* for his ambition. {Applause] He framed and untied the cleats upon which his aspiring feet ne*- to the summits of public usefulness and fame. Ile did not cease to la? student and teacher wheu he left the academic halls. As a volunteer soldier he quickly made himself familiar with the dune* and •tratcgy and imparted iii a brief army ca recr spine valuable lessons in military science Ile wa* a profound student of the p« litical history of his country, and •ne of the most brilliant and instructive of the great de toters who have apjiearrd in tile national compress What he would have done and been in the presidency is chil li) left to friendly augury based upou a career that hail no incident of failure or tnadequauce. J Prolonged applause ) The sudden aud cruel and mysterious termination of his career had only one amelioration, that space of life wa* given him to teach from hi* dying lied. a great Itwaou of pat ience and tov lug forbearance Hi* mortal i»art will here Bud honorable repos*- while the lessons of his life and death will continue to ta* imiaising aud ta at met ive incident* iu American history. There wa* hearty applause mingled with cries of McKinley when the president resumed hi* seat Vice President Morton, who wa* next brought forward, spoke briefly. He referred to hi* personal ac quaintance with the dead president and said that hi* life wa* a lv**ou and an in apiration to the youth of the land. The more the jieople cherished hi* memory and lorded hi* lofty teaching* the better would lie their own citizenship. When Gen Sherman was introduced the cheering lasted for several minute* The occupant* of the grand stand roue to their feet aud President Harrison swinging hi* hat, called for three more cheer*, t Lick were given with a will. <«*n Slier ac n said that in California he wa* known a* a pioneer, in New York a* a member of the t'hamtor of Commerce, and in Ohio, thank God, aa plain “L'acle Hilly " Gen. G held wa* the finest type of manhood, b* a aa a soldier and a citizen, that hi* memory recalled He hoped that God wi uld blea* hie memory, and that the peo pie would stand by those a* long a* they lived who wet* true aud faithful in the days of iieril Meyers Warm milker. Miller aud Rusk, who were next called for. contented themselves with lawing to the throng aud good naturedly declined to respond to the vociferous calls for speeche* Secretary Windora told how when Gen. Garfield wa* near the point of death at Igmg Branch, (ten Sherman had said to him that if it would rant ore bim to health tie would give ap the leat drop of blood in kl* body. I In* brought out more cheering and ex L oiled >t*te* Marshal Henry, Guiteau's executioner, led another round from bis 1 place among the Garfield veterans Ex Plait in aster General James dec ll Red to make a speech, while Bishop Gilmore, * in a few well chosen remarks, drew a lee non from Garfield's filial devotioa.. (ten Schofield, ’'simple soldier who was only trying to do his duty," paid a brief tribute to Garfield’s memory The cries for McKinley were redoubled at this point. At brat he towed kb thanks aud lefused to speak, but aa the demonstration wa* continued he made a brief speech The popular brauch of con-gr»mn, he said, never bad a more majestic lender. Facing the president and speaking with considerable emphasize, the speaker con tinned “No president since Washington, Lincoln aud Grant ha* ever been closer to the heart* of the people thau lieu Gar field (Applause loud, long continued, followed this remark. J Grand Gum rn under Sir Knight Henry Perkin** then performed the con*mony of dedication. It was ti o'clock before the exercises were concluded and midnight before the last of the va*r crowd had toeu able to secure transportation from the cemetery to the city. The presidential party left for Washington in a special tram at rj:.'k> this morning. THE CEREMONIES AT GETTYSBURG. A Graphic Deirriptiuu of th# Battlefield by ('al. Batchelor. GemsBl Ko, Pa , May 31.—DecoratiA® day was clear aud beautiful. Special trains on all the railroads commenced pouring in visitors at Bl o’clock from Har-j rl-sburg, Baltimore, Washington, New j York and other cities and by I o’clock the | street* were lined with a moving, push-I iug crowd of humanity. The cougres-i sioual train Is-ariug the members of the senate and house arrived at 1*2-45 and then pulled rapidly out to the railroad cut at j tile first day'* Beld. Here the statesmen left the rim aud Hon, Howard McPherson, clerk of the National house, welcomed them in behalf of the Battlefield Memorial association of which he b a director. ! Col Batt he lur, government historian of the battle, then took charge of the party and explained in terse and graphic language the battle of the Brat day, the death of Reynolds ami the retreat of the First aud Eleventh corps through the town. i From here the train returned to the Round Top branch and pas.-ed on along the very cent re of the battlefield to Little Round Top where the "Valley of Death” skirts the hill. At this point Col Batchelor detailed t he engagement along the Federal left, ijongst reet’a assault, the ; death of Farnsworth. j Again returning to the car* the return wa* made to Hancock station where, after describing the charge of Pickett and the wounding of the Second corp* commander on the third day the party took carriage* prepared for them ami drove through the soldier*' national cemetery and over Culp* Hill to the Baltimore pike and I thence Ie the town. While iuemtor* of congress were wandering over the battlefield the regular Decoration day exercises in the national cemetery took place The : procession consisting af two divisions of G. A R j Hists, Patriotic Order Sons of America, toy a1 Legion Military company. Gettysburg fire department aud citizens marched to the cemetery. At tile graves the exercise* were cere monies of tile Grand Army of the Repub lie. strewing of flower*, music by a select choir, “Decoration*”aud "lief Them Rest " When the line reached the rostrum at the south end of the grouud* Hon Edward McPherson acted a* master of ceremonies, and the prayer was made by Rev, Mr. Keith of Luzerne county. There was music by the choir, "Dropping from the Rains,” mu oration by Senator Ingalls, music, “Oh. Starry Flag.” and benediction by Rev. Mr. Hayd of Gettysburg. Tile congretoonal delegation rested at the Blue Mountain lions- last night and leave for Washington today. MEMORIAL DAY IN NEW YORK. One of the Finest Parades Iv sr Seen on Deco rat i .hi Day. New York. May 31. -Yesterday morn iug opened cloudy and there was much fear that the weather would not to favorable for the Decoration day parade and other exerci-N,-* But at IU o'clock the cloud* broke aw ay and the remainder of the day wa* very pleasant. The parade togan about lo o'clock, starting from Fifty ninth street and Sixth avenue and moving dow n Broad wav. Gen toui* Fitzgerald headed the column with his staff aud vva- followed by troop A and the city reg)iii»*111*. including the Seventh, Ninth, Twelfth. Twenty second and Sixty uiuth Behind them rode Graud Marshal Hyatt aud staff The re*t of the parade con 1 Histed of Grand Army posts, Sons of Vet- j erans, volunteer firemen and cadet com panier The veteran* presented a fine I appeHrance aud the great crowds along the •ddevvalk* kept up a continuous cheer The column occupied twohour.siu pa*.*mg Forty seenud *treet Every body who saw the parade agreed that it wa* one of the finest ever seen on Decoration day. At the Worth monument the principal reviewing *taud had tern erected arid gaily decora ie* I • Right op po site on the east side of Fifth avenue wa* a much larger stand christened the Grand Army stand. Many soldier*' families were iu it. The reviewing party arrived at IO o'clock undbr escort of the Old Guard and a section of [allice The horses of the first carriage which contained Judge Van lioeseu, chairman of the committee, Gen. Alger of Michigan and Hon. J. P. Bol liver of Iowa, ran away at this point and rushed madly toward Twenty thin! street, where they were caught by Policeman Parker. The policeman got almost aa much applause a* the grand commander. The driver then manage!! to get bis homes flack to the grand stand where his pas ftenger* alighted. The parade wa* reviewed at the Worth monument by Comniander-in-Chief R A. Alger, Mayor Grant, Recorder Smyth. lien* Siegel. Keyes. Carter aud Hawkins, Congressman Dolliver of Iowa, ex-Con-gressman Roots of Arkansas of Gen. Alger's staff, and a number of prominent xity officials The spectacle aa viewed trom the review'iug stand was a brilliant one There was another review at Union square by the grand marshal aud the de partineut commanders of the G. A R The parade wa* then dismissed. No oue was injured by the runaway homes attached to Gen Alger’s « arriage AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. morning much to the joy of thousand* w ho every year visit the several cemeteries around the city on this day and perform a duty of levo; strewing choicest flower* over Ute grave* of dead heroes of the war. Thie custom was Tory generally observed and from early morning until far into the day, all the roads and avenues leading to the "allies of the dead” wera crowded with people Tho various Graud Army Republic posts, the Hon* of Veteran*, the Union Veteran corp* and the Old Guard met in line in the city early iu the day and with martial music, tonner* flying and a re tinue of people overloaded with flower*, paraded the street* aud proceeded to Ari iagton, the great national cemetery, lying Just acrose the Potomac The ce re mon ie* there were simple hut impressive. After listening to an oration that breathed a spirit of [mtriotistu aud fra teruity by Congressman Boti telle, the vast concourse spread flower* upou the thousands of graves that decked the green sward, regardless whether the sleeper in life wore the blue or the gray. Gen Slier idan’s grave here was not forgotten aud handsome floral piece* were placed in profusion atout hla tomb Similar cere motile* took place at the Congressional cemetery, where a great crowd of people early in the day listened to au eloquent oration by Congressman Mason of Illinois. At the Soldiers’ Home Representative Cameron delivered the oration. The tomb of Gen Ixtgati at the cemetery here wk the aceite of special services The lien. Job ii A. togan camp, Son* of Veterans, the laigau Invincible* of Baltimore aud the Iatgau Guard, with a great crowd of people. listened to an impressive address delivered by S, T. Cameron at the general’s tomb The floral tributes were profuse. Mm Logan wa* present to see and appreciate the evidences of affection and regard for the dead hero. The G A. R did uot forget their comrades who lie buried at the front, and appropriate service* were held at Prospect Hill cemetery aud at Culpepper National cemetery TUE SPOUTING WOULD. EVENTS ON THE DIAMOND AND RACE TRACK. A FATALITY IN BUFFALO. I rn press! *•* < eremonles at the Several Cemeteries Around the City. WASHINGTON, May 81.—Decoration daj observance* at the uatioual capital yeater day were more impoaiug thau usual. Bright beautiful weather ushered in the A Member of the ii. A. K. Thrown from His Horse aud Kilted. BrrFALo. May HI.—Ye*terday noon Ed ward Siniuiou*. a mem tor of the Myer post, G. A R., was riding on horseback down Washington street. When near Carroll street the hone liecame frightened because the sword Mr Simmon* w a* wear lug struck him continually, aud ran away. At the corner of Exchange street the horse ran against a telegraph pole and Mr. Sim mon* wa* burled to the ground, hi* head Htriking the pole with great force. He was unconscious when picked up by Officer* W’kitcouib and Austin of the First precinct, who called the Fitch ambulaiue aud sent the injured man to the hospital. Au examination of the man’* wounds showed that hi* skull hat! tieeu badly fract tired and he had a1*** sustained serious internal injuries, causing heavy hemorrhage* to flow from hi* mouth The doctor* thought he could not live through the night.    ____ •Services at (leu. (inuit’a Tomb. New Yon, May HU- The servile* at lien Grant s tomb. Riverside park, under the auspice* of U S. Grant [Kist, w’ere at tended by Governor Hill, lien. Alger, chief commander, aud prominent depart meiit commander* of the G. A. R. The United States steamer* Pensacola. F.**ex aud Yautic were anchored in the Hudsou opposite, aud fired minute gun* during the exercises The floral tributes were ex tremely handsome They consisted of a wreath of roses aud lilies from the executive mansion, a basket of red aud white rose* from Hie Confederate camp id New York city, aud offering* from the Loyal legion, the Gen. Mealie punt of Philadel pltia and mauy local posts. The oration wa* delivered by lieu Alger, aud at the close of the servile** the war ship* on the Hudsou fired u national salute of twenty oue guns (■•if. Hilt Review* the Brooklyn Farad*-. B HOOK LYN, May HU — Decoration day was ol>*er\e»i a* a close holiday. Atout IO,USI men. composed of militia and the Grand Army [Hists, marched through the principal street* aud were reviewed by Governor Hill. Governor Abbott of New Jersey aud Mayor Uhapiu were also ou the reviewing stand. Along the line of march the building* were toautifully decorated The governor took breakfa*t at the residence of Mayor Uhapiu aud wa* then driven to the residence of Monett May, where he held a recept iou aud shook hands with a large ntimtor of citizens The Day at Chicago. Chicago, May 81—Observance of Memorial day in Chicago was more general thau iu former years The weather coaid uot have been more favorable. Memorial service* were held in all the cemeteries in and atout the city, aud *|iecial services were given at the tomb of Gen Mulligan, the IJncoin statute iu Lincoln park aud the soldier- monument at Rose Hill. A grand fiarade of G. A. R posts aud local military organization* in the afternoon, through the business part of the city, closed the proceedings. At Watertown, N. T. Watektown, May 31.—Memorial day WW! oimerved here by the lay iug of the corner stone for the soldiers’ monument to to ere<'ted on the public square. Addresses were delivered by Col. Albert I) Shaw aud Mayor W. F. Porter. The G. A. R. organization* the Twenty ninth Sepa rate company, New York state, part ii ipat ed. In the evening flags were presented to the public school* and an address was delivered by Hou. Charles R .Skinner of Albany.    ______ A General Mnllila) at Wilke*-Harre. WILKEN-BAKKE. Pa., May HU —Decora tiou day wa* observed a* a general holiday. In spite of the inclement weather the Grand Army of the Republic, the Sou* of Veteran*, the Ninth regiment aud many other sucietiist paraded the principal street*. At all the cemeteries appropriate service* were held, aud the graves of over ’JOU Union soldier* were dei'orated. Iu the evening memorial services were held in Music Hall. Baseball Fnthii«ia«t* Regaled With a Double Least Yesterday — A Hora* Killed oh tho Race Track — Race* at Brighton Beach, Latonia and Morris Park—Regatta at Newark. N. J. New York, May HL—The following is a summary of the morning game* yesterday in the Players’ aud National leagues and the American association: PLAYSUIT I.KADUK. At Boston Holton W. Buffalo”. At IlidiMlelpltia Philadelphia 4. Phi ago 2. At New York New York ll. Pittsburg 7. At Brooklyn Brooklyn IO, ('lowland &. n anon ai. i.kauck. At New York New York I, Cincinnati 3. At Hilton Boston 4. Pittsburg J. At Brooklyn Brooklin 4 Phil ago A At Philadelphia Philadelphia 4. Plevvlsnd 8 A MRUK AN ASSOCI ATION. At Syracuse Syracuse S, Toledo t. At Brooklyn Bits>klye 4. Bt. tout* 3. At P«U ll in bus Pol ll Iii btl* L At blet It-* A. At Rochester B«m bi ster Louisvdie game postponed, raiu. Afternoon Dames. At New York New York..........2 • 0 0 2 I I (I ll- 8 Pittdmrg ........»    S I V t I i ll 0— 9 Ba-e hit* New York ll. Pittsburg 8. Error* New York 4. Pittsburg:! Batteries Crane, Ewing and Vaughn; (Calvin and ('arrou. Umpires Ferguson aud Hulbert. At Brooklyn - Brooklin ..........2    I    13    0*00    1-14 Cleveland.......... ll    M    I    I    ii    4    I    FN Base hit* Brooklin ll. Cleveland Ii! Errors Brooklin 4. (’leieland 12. Batteries Vau Halt ret* aud Cook, O'Brien and Snider. Umpire* Kuight aud Jones. At philadelphia Philadelphia .......0    U    3    I    0    0    A    0    0- V Chicago ............I    I    0    ll    0    0    0    I    0-3 Base hits- Philadelphia IT Chicago 8. Krrors Philadelphia 2. Chicago 4. Batterie* -ButTiiiton and Cross: Buxton aud Farrell. Umpires Itaffuey and Barnes At Boston - Boston...............0    0 0 8 0 0 1 I 0—10 Buffalo..............0    OOOHOOUO— 3 B.v-e hits Boston 14. Buffalo!! Errors Boston 8. HuiTelo 12. Batt erie' Had bourne and Murphy; Keefe Ma< k and Halltgan. Umpires Gunning and Matthew# NATION Al. l.fcAOL'K. At New York New York........... 0    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—0 Cincinnati ..........0    0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 I Base hit* New York 8. Cincinnati 2. Error* New York 8, Cincinnati 3, Batteries Husie and Murphy; Viau and Keenan. Umpire I.yach. At thrston — Boston...............0    OOI 10010-3 Pittsburg.............U    OOOOUOOO O Base hit# Boston ll, Pittsburg 4. It* Boston n. Pitt-'uirg H. (cries Nichols and Bennett: Sun ders and Kuweit H. Harrison’* Narrow Escape. Chicago, May 31.—A special to The Herald from Fort Worth, Tex., my*: The Spring Palace at the exposition was burned inst night. A ball wa* in progress at the time The guests escaped but liar rowdy, many having to jump from the window*. Russell B. Harrison and a number of other distinguished gentlemen were amoug those present. Alabama Democratic Convention. Montgomery, Ala . May SI.—The Democratic state convention met yesterday at ii HG a. m aud adjourned at U.HU. Ten in effectual ballots for governor were takeu. Tb* last ballot stood:    Kolk,    JH7;    Jones, 5fi; Johnston. 95; Crook. 51; Richardson, 89 ire* Powers and Zacharia*. |tn> <ki> ii BroBfilVn.............4    lOSOOl 10-7 Chicago..............3    4 OOO NOU 1-11 It*sc Idf* Brooklin 0. Chicago 12. Errors-Brookli n A. Chicago S. Batterie* Hutcldii'Oii aud Kittridge: Car-rulbcr*. Hughe* and Daly. Umpire Meluant. At Philadelphia — Philadelphia. ............0 0 U 0 0 I O I Cleveland..................0 0 I 8 0 0 0— 4 Hn-r hits Pill tole I ph ta 5. Cleveland 4. Error* Phi tote I phi a 2, Cleveland 1. Batterie Wadsworth aud Zimmer, £iuitb and tit unver Umpire - McDermott. a.    AM gMIC AN ASSOCIATION. JU Brraeovw • Epsnnaan   o    1    0    0    1    0    1    0    0    3 Toledo .............2    A    I    U    I    0    0    I    *-11 Ha*- hit* Bi racuse A, Toledo t. Error* Mrracuae #, Toledo A. Batten*-* Morrison, Keefe and Briggs; Healy and Kugt-rs. Umpire- Toole. At Kocheater — Rochester............8    0    0    0    0    0    I    0    0-    4 I louisville............0    0    0    0    A    0    0    ft    3 -    3 Ba*e hit* BocBester A Louisville A. Error* Hor beater 2, Louisville 1. Batterie* Barr and McGuire; Ehret and Rhine*. Umpire- Doe*eher. At Brooklyn Brooklyn.............0    0000000 1—1 St. Louis.........  ..0    3    0    0    0    0    0    0    *-    3 Ha*e hit* Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 4. Error* Brooklyn 3. St. Lout* 3. Batterie* Dally amt Toy; Whttrock and Munhall. Umpire -Barnum. At Columbine- Columbus ..........2    I    0    I    4    0    0    0 Athletic..............0    0    0    I    0    0    0    U    I Base hits- Athletic* I*. Columba* A Error*—Athletics 0, Columbus 3. Batterie* (lastright and O’Connor; Greene and Robinson. Umpire- Em«lie. Fourth mc*, Decoration liny handicap miles: Teuton first, King Regent se, ood. Glorkner third, time, 2:l?t{. Fifth race, mile: Woodhen# first, leonard second, Jeannette third; time, 1«SH    _ A Hor** Kilted at Hrlghtoa Beach. New York, May 81. — Twenty three horse* started in the first race at the Brighton Beach truck yesterday, while the track i* hardly wide enough for fifteen to run abreaat. A* the horse* in this race swung into the upper turn. Gyda (Barton, jockey): Hear** (Owen), aud Gallu* Dan (Cullen}, collided, aud all went down, Cullen ami Oweu were aeriously injured and Hear*t's back wa* broken and he died nhortly after. Regatta at Newark. Newark, May HI.—The sixteenth annual regatta of the Passaic River Rowing a.s*<v ciatiou wa* held yesterday *ver a mile and a half iwurse The junior double sculls wa* wou by the Atalantis* of New York; tbe junior Mingle scull wa* wen by G. H. Keeuau of the Shawmut* of Boston A CONVICT SHOT. Races at Morris Park. New York, May HU—First race yesterday, % mile:    Fordham    first,    Civil    Service second. Timothy third: time. 5W^. Second race. Galliard stakes for 2-year-olds, mile:    Russell first, ('apt. Wagner second, St Charles third; time, 4fi^. Third race. Wither* stake* for 3-year-olds, I mile: Cyclone colt first. Magnate second. Cayuga third: time, 1:41, Fourth race. New York Jockey Club handicap, Cg mile*: Tenny first, Tristian second, Cynosure third: time, 2:07V Fifth race, % mile:    Carolina    first,    Lady May second. Woodcutter third; time, I IWV    I Sixth race, I mile:    Dead    heat    between Sam Wood aud Flitter, Mauola third, time. 1:42. In run off Sam Wood won; time, 1:44^. F lei ting Cli aa* Attar Tan Escaped Convict.—An Officer Wounded. PHI! (UFI PHIA, May HI. — Patrol Blan Henry F. Barber af the Fifteenth police district attached to the Turonv *tib-nta Hon, came face to face yesterday morning with Tom June* and Henry Jackson, the negro convicts, who escaped from the New fersey state prison at Trenton. Weduea day evening after having sand bagged aud robtod Doorkeeper Charles Parker. As a result of that meeting barber new lies wounded at his home, one of the oonvicta is a corpse, while hi* partner la a prlsoaer. Won! wa* telegraphed from Holmes burg yesterday to the Turonr substation that two colored men resembling the escHfied convicts from Trenton were com tug down the Bristol turnpike. Officers Henry F Barber and tieorge Milligan were sent out to capture the colored asea. The officers met the fugitive* near the sad of the tong'bore The escaped men seemed to anticipate recapture anil they were pre^ pared for an attack A* aOon a* the offl cor* approached them they dr* w revolvers Her tier caught Henry Jackson and Milligan ran for Thomas, who was the taller of the two. A shot wa* fired, aud on turning Milligan s«» Bar tor stagger and fall, whilethe convict he had been holding started off. Milligan I in mediately gave chase to the nun* who shot Bai tor and emptied all the chamber* *»l bis revolver after him. I he wounded officer was taken to hi* home in Wissinoming, where the bullet, w hlch entered I he front part of hi* tot y in the region of his stomach, wa* takeu out of his back The doctor expressed slight hope* of hi* recovery. In the meantime Officers Smith, Oro ham. Milligan aud others were sent out after The fugitives The orth cr* followed th* flail from the point where the fleeing darkies were tost seen. They were seen crossing a road near by and jumjasi the fence into the wood*. After going a short d’-f nice Thomas dropped in the hen*he*, and Jackson, the one who shot Officer Barber, kept on running. Officers Graham and Smith kept after him and after he had turned aud tired two or three shot* at the officers, a bullet from the revolver of one of the officer* took deadly effect, and Jackson dropped to the ground. He wa* fatally wounded, living but a few moments after the officer* reached the spot where he lay The search was con ti ii i led for the other convict and finally Officer Smith stumbled ou Thomas nod threatened ta snoot hole* through him on the spot if he offered any resistance. The negro wa* unarmed, having thrown his pistol away. He was taken to the Tncony sub station, where he told the stori of the escape, but put the blams of everything that took place on hi* dead comrade He identified the body of Jackson He said that Jack son was totter off dead than he wa* alive Hi* ntatement w as sworn to. and he wa* taken to Central Folic* headquarters. It right en Beach Rare*. New York, May HU —First race yesterday, *4 mile:    Ding Branch first, In signia colt second. Little Jake third: time, LIAS Second ra^e. H niile: Kitty L. first, lei navid s •** nd, Cascade third; time, soh. 'Hurd race, I I lfi miles: W. Daly, Jr., first, Tanner second, Little Jim third; time, 1:4tt. Fourth face, % mile: Faustina first, Centura second. John Atwood third: time, Fifth m*e. I mile:    .whotover first, Tramp secoud. Supenriaor third; time, 1:44. Sixth ra<-e, X mile:    Eclipse    first. Prints* El ward secoud, Osceola third; time, 1:02%. Latonia Race*. Latonia, Ky.. May HU — Yesterday's race* resulted a* follows: First race, I mile ami TU yards:    Rolliu Hawley Hist, Salute second, Germanic third: time, l.*45^. Second race, I 1-10 miles: Gunshot first, Mt I^ballon second. Brookful third.time, 1:50. Third race, I 1-18 rn Has: Bonita first, Newcastle sacond, Catalpa third; time, I 49*4 I STANLEY BANQUETED. The American Colony in London Dine the Hero of the Dark Continent. I/iNDos, May HU—The American colony in tondon entertained Stanley at a banquet last night at which were preneut 350 guests. Including memtor* of parlta nicnt, mem tiers of the American legation and consulate, military officers and the leading members of Stanley’* expedition. Mr. John C. New, United State* consul general presided and proposed a toast to the queen. Sir Charles Tupper, Canadian high commander, toasted President Har risen, and in the course of his remark* to domed the opinion of Fir Charles Dilke that the people of America and England are essentially one The feat performed by Mr Stanley, he said, wa* oue of the tost traditions of the race. Mr. New proposed the health of Mr. Stanley, whose work spoke for itself. lie referred to the rapid growth of America, and said the name thing was possible in Africa At the conclusion of hi* remarks he presented to Mr Stanley on tohalf of his fellow Americans an American flag and shield to recognition of hi* achievements. Mr. Stanley, to a humorous speech, told how Mr. Bennett had sent him to Africa, where he learned first that it was not the custom to wear light trouser* in broad day light, and, last, how to choose good soldier* and officers He referred to the Spanish and other commission* given to him by The Herald, and said that when he remem tiered how long he himself had been in learning that there wus some good in Africa, he could fo.ght? thu premier fdVbisslight mistake in African* eography and the merchant* .<f Pineland for letting slip their opportune ie* foe trade He hoped that Englishman would -ee that enterprhe in Africa va* protected A Veteran LU it or Dead. Birr A LO, May HI. I lie death of an old-time newspaper man occurred early yesterday morning (ieorge J. Bryan departed this life at the mate institution on Forest Ave nile, after a tong illness front Bright * die*ase. Mr. Bryan wa* in hi* rt5th year, having lieen bom in Derby, Fug , on January ll, l*8f>. Trout*!* Iii a Telephone Office. Mil* ackee. May Ht—A telephone wire yesterday morning fell across the Trolly wire of the Hinsey electric street railroad and inurn*!iately there was trouble to streak* The telephone office switchboard wa* burned out and a number of the girls prostrated. The damage to the telephone company is quite heavy. A Destructive ( loud Bunt. Artaii’A, Win., May SI —The biggest cloud burnt ever known in this vicinity occurred here Thursday night. Two mill dam* and one mill werwswept away. Th# city is flooded, hut the water la new auh-eidlng One ftirn Wha drowned m r0URLAlYlPC^IIMNEYS ;..YOU OC THI WRONQ* SORT; THE RIGHT ONES IRE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARL Mule only by GEO. A. MACBETH CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA. Salwlaj's Sir H-Saa Sale. H dcren ladies’ p»«„) b| only .....*-----»    »«i«i 15 itozen Miaaca' and children * fine cream aiik Jersey Mitt*' worth Jto..... IU dozen anno rte I misses and children * very fine qualities best silk Mitts, cream* and tans, worth 40c., only. ____ jersey 5 dozen atlases’ super fine qualities *ilk Jersey Mitt* worth 50c only...... Ladies* extra large white Aprons, with fine turk*, worth 40c for Ladies’ choice sud servitude Aprons worth 58c . for Uhildrens Lace C's [is. worth 50c., for  ................ .................... IO dozen boys'and girls'double knee aud w arranted beat fa*t black rihtout IDise, worth 40c., for......................... !0 dozen ladle* Balbriggan Hose worth 2dt\, only........ 5 dozen ladies 81,00 Corsets for...................... 5 dozen boys aud ladies tine Flannelette Blouse* worth 75c., only J dozen new design lace Carriage I‘ar Azo I Covers, worth 75c., for ’. •IOU yards IJ Den Torebou Laee, worth IJJ cts. per yard, only............. 3 dozen fancy box Nolo Caper worth 15c per box.................... 5 dozen gentlemen’s white (sundried Shirts, all sizes, worth #1 OO. only . IO dozen gentlemen s fine fancy half Dom*, assorted colors, worth 25c for *20 dozen men’s I ply lineu Collars worth 20c., for......... IO dozen gentlemen v tine linen fluent Handkerchiefs, worth 12^c., only,..,.. •23c I to 15c 23c 23c 24c to 4He 4 to 4 to 3*c. 6c fide 16c 10c dc ERIE BTOFLE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT LDE SA I.E.— Two huiMing lot», fuix«/», on I Leopard afreet near Fourth -treet. Inquire at 73 E. Fourth afreet. WORK Kits WANTED Men, amt Hdim-ti a/enl* His pay. Men.Iv work Outfit free. No ex petieuee needed. J. Et '. SNK W HiTNSv, cia rear J matt, ttorhenier, S. I STODDART A CO., Latent Attorney*, Sift 7th at, Washington. I* < , opp u s latent office Patents, Caveat* am! Re Issues secured Trade Marks registered All Latent business conducted for Uiodernte Fee# I iiloruialioii, Advice and npecial references sent on request Si;* I" I. (erred who can lur rush a burse and give their whole time to the butine*.-.. Spare moment* may Im- pi oui-ably employ rd also. A lr vt vacancies in towns and cl tic 4. H. K. JOHNSON A CO,, mn Main bu. Richmond, Va. KKMOVAIs f Dr. t,co. E. I.lii Llmin has removed his otth e ami residence to No. :!ftf Dole street. Ok ZUK Hoi us—in a. iii. till ii ooh; I p. iii. till 4 p. in. Sunday forenoon and weekdav eveiilii§« Iii appointment. J j od IV til buy 4-j*. i I love street n con %-f I n t \colent '■-loom h>»u-ep lot Ie - pie sea, coal aud w<Hs| house, handsome veranda aud WMlibule, hack stoop and storm house, acrecu door* and windows, storm sa-hcs and outside blinds; handsomely papered, newly painted inside and out, water and sink in kitchen and ti (iraut for lawn. Lot (HKHK), new sidewalks, fruit trees, garden and hot bed A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchant* Bank,Building.£ Inqniie of tf    Jacob    Wirtner    or    Frank    May. GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ha* inst received a full lino ol inn i «& OVERCOATS ANSJKM Equal to any in the city, ain at j)i*i(VH that will pay you to Hoe hint l»uf<n .4 purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SI MMER LINE OF Orford Tie: tai Slipper: WK ..HAVE THRM IN PATENT LEATHER A: BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM-MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEATHER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street JUST RECEIVED ^ — A Carload of the----- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. St am rotten. Weeping Ruse*, Evergreens, Sin lib*. I tim tors, Fruit aud ornamental tree*. Never before did von gee tree* HO titre and latge a* the*® are. I will Hell tin in very cheap. Why do I Hell them cheap? Bemuse ii will help to improve the city and make Ii possible thai after some time there will he Uo city or town in whole Chant. County better provided with flue trees than Dunkirk Call at VANDERMEULEN’^ GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle aud Seventh Hts. f(00Ds Airn £ahpet?. ADAM, MEW & ANDERSON AM KUK AN BLOCK. .SJMJ-402 Main Street, Buffalo, ...    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Gut’ motto i*;    4'Second to Noir*.” We wish to Im* sect)ml to none iii your serviee. 'Fry uh aud see. We wish to iniprens upon oar out of town friends, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff aud the probable inc ream* in the coat of nearly all kinds of dry good*, that the month of June will be *thk month for them to shop.    Prices: were never lower than they are at present in our store. ll the proposed tariff bill passes, prices must go up. 'V e are offering splendid bargains in sateens aud ginghams ami summer wash fabrics of all kinds. I lie balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. \\ e ipiole the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen* blue mixed shirt* anti drawer* in medium weight*, at 50c. per suit. Gentlemen* Balbriggan underwear, 50c. per nuit. Gentlemen’s blue angola shirt* and drawer* at 25c. each, 40c. good*. Ladies’ Jersey vents as low as 10c. each Ladies’ balbriggan vests with lace trimming, only inc., w »rth 25c. Good gra Ie Jersey vests at 25c. {each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vest* at 75c. each Bilk vests, all colors 75c. each. Linen price* will be considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, and we are Helling tine cloth*, napkins, D’Oyleyf, towels, etc , at rare bargains    —— New styles in parasol*. New style( in gloves. New ityles in hosiery. Headquarters iii Buffalo for .Carp*!*, Rugs, Draping and 'Jpho!st«ring‘fafrica. Adam Metal and Antae, AMERICAN HMM K, 'tnu-40'4 MAIN HT ii EET, BUFFALO, N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, H«4 Mf AIR ST., IU,’ FFA LD, N. ¥. PICA f,KB IN l)i anion: Is,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, etc. KS a UA VISH, HOLD if HJL VK It PLA TIN A roMLLETK LINK OF Holiday Goods, :W4 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iron non; Hotel.Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures ;

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