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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y, V. 2, B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. AnaTW MACHINE for ruling all kind! at blanks u the latent wlilmun  annme China, Olaeswan, Ac. Kates, per Uay and Buarilini Stable in connection Victor Kuier, B3 and 337 Lion street. tlTT I Lake Snore national %ank, Center and tOMmMM eVnWl and Third streets. ItlC L.1 f 1OKIUJ MB CeaUr street, CTarticai norec-eaoera. Parueular attention paW to taterferina; noieea. ol rot U a trottlaj eorses a spewaity l OBSCKVKK. Lariat Onilj iu tha County An linen nailed meiUuai. 1 HEROIC EX-CONVICT. HK GALLANTLY SAVES CF A BROWNING THE BOY LIFE he iad Story of David Barrett, a Who Trie, to for" Bat Could Sot Find Kmplar- He u Driven to Snlelde Through NEW June 2 Dand Barren, reuag- ex-cnn vie f standing on pier tbirry-si.tca LMO. r, almost ready to Jt nip. mto uw rm aud end. hia life U cjHld tiul ge' work, nod be life THE ECLIME EX-EDITION Dr. There Wat ae Trouble Between Xaval aad ftctentleta. PlTTSBims, June Dr HalUad wBb was to bars beea the naturalist of the eclipse expedition, which has jnst returned from Africa, but was prevented from going by reason, of death In hu family hiw just, returned from two visit to New York city Dr Holland said "I was on board the United States man- or war Penamcola "hortly after she cut an chorand had a chat with Lieut Com Hanford and others Profewor Todd was guest at the Buckingham hotel, New York, hut Tuesday evening, and I was with him OB other occasions I leamec from the officers of the ship and from Pro- fessor Todd that the reports circulated largely by the New York Sun are only t a very limited extent true and are nnre liable The bun reporter seems have interviewed the cook anil the cabin boy 'There was no trouble between the naval HEAVY WORK IN STORE BRITISH PAR Barrett jumped after tbe olB'--en' and the scientists and there wasnc in a dangerous place bet ween between the members of the would not go back to his old thievish We, ho remembered the words of his who recently died and with her last breath begged him to live an honest While Barrett was musing saw little Charles O'Connor who with other boyi wan flshlng on the pier fall in to the water boy who _____ _ a canal boat and the pier He was being tucked under the boat by the current when Barrett reached him Barrett aught the boy's clothing with his teeth, and swam with him to the end ot the dock, where they were rescued Both were taken t Goovernor hospital _____________m M Barrett told the story of his life and how I The failure to locate he bad tried to live right slace hu mother upon as If it had been a blunder i led He said he had made up his mind In light of all the facts it was a very 11 starve rather than steal He learned Wlse arrangement for which both Cast Ihe Iron moldera' trade while serving a ten Professor Todd deaerve compli ientific contingent of the party Mr Cbatelam's disappearance of in The Sun article as if it Is spoken mystery Chatelaln is now hard at work on the negro languages of Angola, Hia going and his staying was by and with the fall consent of the head of the expedition. years' xentvnce in prison, but no one would ments instead of being found fault with employ him People who know the young I From the standpoint of the solar physicist man say he ban rescued ten men from Io8s of observations of the corona at drowning CRAZED BY DRINK AND LOVE by an ln- totahty means failure from tbe stand- point of the exact astronomer the taking of 110 negatives of the partial phases of the eclipse means a great success Beside, the apparatus invented and used by Professors Todd and Bigelow worked to a charm This alooe is enough to justify the paltry km: _ Formerly Soilew Popple MaaaJhotanrs ol Engines, Boilei etc. aadBaehiae Work to order CUMPAMT. 1 VOHKII1K UUBT CO, tat. 3U5 and Ml Center street, Maaulacturnn ol the "UiuUirk" iwrfect UtUiiB 'Cromwell" and DUJSS SJurta. Ou salv in all leaUinir (urnidl and dry goods houses m Duukirk, 134 and Lion street, Itealer in floor, reed, ait. Baled Uay, Pbos s, eU- 1377 Af'Bnt HOTm. inning Saloun, Utuuo d Depot EM; access (o aD mini tail bui- laeee noosee. Beet accunuawiauona for Com- mercial Travelers. lohn J Murphy, Prop Mrs. Gale Perry Fatally Shot welcome Suitor ELMIBA, N Y June 2 -Emmett Crane ._ M been lodged m the Bath, Steuben I which the expedition cost ounty jail for fatally shooting Mrs Gale statement that the exhibition cost Perry The Peiry family lives about a l govern ment tauo 000 is absurd. Con mile east of the village of Addison, in only to meet the Steuben county aad Crane himself resided "Peuaes of the scientists The Penaacolo coo there He is an inventor of farming imple- I was ln anvbow and it made fine eotalertni. 97 and W B Third ilreet. rurailure. Labuel Ware and Up- Picture nude to onter O. MATTCSOK CO., Ml Uatral Leaden of raeaioaand UenUemen Outflners el Steu UeaBng ApBaratiia LADMUKI. epeaalUee. rtne Shirts, lue, oitars, C'uffi, tc. anu Lace Cartnlns Free beliv rr A W Cnmnuuns, Ju7 Center street. LJ G Thin! it, cor ul Buffalo Manafitcturer and dealer in Boots A aboes Utattn wciuai's NKW STOBC, ioa E. Tbira stauuuwrv, Musical la ments and bore a good reputation until last year when he met Mrs Ferry He had ever since paid considerable attention to the woman, but on Thursday last they had a lovers' quarrel and she ordered him from her home The inventor in his chagrin started m on a spree continuing his debauch until this morning when he went to the Perry ttence and demanded admittance As Mrs Perry ordered him away he became vio lently enraged ami whipping out a levol ver shot the woman JHM below the heart Thoronghly Crane then Hed a abort dntame from tbe scene of the tragedy antl attempted to shoot another woman but was frightened away bv aeinhbors Mrs Perry s wound is fatal She is a wife and the mother of four children Crane has been urging her to leave her husband and live with him threatening to kill her if she did not comply with hie request the N AN ENGINEER'S CARELESSNESS Cause, the Death at a Carpenter on tho Xew York El.rated NKW jlme j-john Loehrs of Second avenue for the last ten years ures will be placed on their passage under ereuce whether she was ou duty in rth Atlantic or South Atlantic, the roll would have been the same rly all the statements of tbe ezpedi tion that have appeared in the papers is forec astle gossip and would be laughable were it not annoying to the feelings of sensitive and modest men, such as the principal members of the expedition are WEEK IN CONGRESS Government Said to the Publican Leprosy Hospital In Cape Colony Aa 1 Couell of Caacregationallats. ulated Upwards of pi scores of private measures troduced and of these only I since the opening of the strong indication that the determined to push it to the end currence of the temperance mass called in Hyde park next teat against it This nu ing to large proportions promises to be one of the enthusiastic public gal London for many years In addition to these s fare against the measure eant movement in opposi the ranks of the gov heveral strong supporter _. ment have formally intimated advocate extensive amendments m nnttee The whole tone of thi nent were determined to proceed with the nil at all hazards In this respect the views of Mr Goschen are at variance with -hose of Mr Ritchie who is not sanemne IN A MATTEli Attempt ta Eject an Expelled E FOR front the Campos Causes a NEWS FROM Ga., June Thursday OF SPORT day at Clark colored students but there was be Everybody Shewing the Stanc the institution was in attendance of Three Rei 1 Eitabllnhed A student named A L. Smith on timl for trespicss upon the college grounds The troi. hie culminating m Games In the A A Wonderful Garni began juat the death of tcha.r.r Rnii> a.OOO Po h the preient Hire well ad at body is yet i sitting Davis when one of the students pre-paredapaperharsblviTitilisingMr Davis By advice of Dr W president of the college tbe article was suppressed Ihen in January last Smith who was following tables show the st of the clubs m the different league PLAiEBS' LEAOLK. (.tearing away i has one of the at a college enter taniment prepnml an oration m Los Boston 11 Brooklyn w )lic bills and ave been in n have a very strong expression con cernmjthe n-latious of the two races PIVM tent iru 'vm m to whom it had to York i- u i bnaxo in 14 Mlilai" Iphm IB HI ion forljide its use bmith levplrtllil [d jvernmeut iseti 10 ut wosation a result of hU disobedience y lerstood to be IB end The vise the gov and the Tory onsideration before the required to make an apology or leave the sc hool He refused to do either Then the facult} mistimed the president Smith on Inst appealed upon the colleae grounds although the rules foi bid Misp. n.leil or expelled VllOVAJ. LEAUCE W m Laat Philadelphia 41 Brookljn ]S lf. I- mnatt in jj llll Ilk 1 1 14 nass so He. de Heil an order t urk in urday to friends resisted his ejei tmeiit and i ent is followed lie c ii.se w us 11 ijj the meeting put and most ngs held the grouml that there cuulil be uo treu pass on public ASSOCIATION Lost of hot A WILL j, MX tlester jt to it Read-Reckwell suit be Tried olevlo i" nent partv the govern i to tbe Erie County Court BOTA.LO June The Rend Rockwell ivill contest is to begin in the Fne imbus 15 m the nit of the supreme c irt to iU> be foi y ;jj the DnuieU and j. -funk juiy to offer I'ifestaut Ijhti J P is Auuclatlon Games. b> Mi ilv L Ureen U ilium e f Qumoy an.l the we 1 (I 3 U 0 0 1 ie abandon implest W Rockwell by the Hou William F >beehiu Adelbeit Vtoot and If Ii 1 0 0 1 1 U h to "MKI use a Toledo 111 Frr i --UH use 1 loleilou j the present e anil issues ordered to be tried before I uaey ami O Rourke Hen R Itfer-. the are as follows First VIM t Vaughn eed with Ro, kwell at the time of tbe NO ft> THE of American Per Cent Ml MM S4H 817 on Par L'vnt tU8 BUI UU) 517 aw 4U7 UU) Per Cent urn 818 'ib.l ..Km 404 441 U4 Gentlemen Cllffs tinu of the instrumeut in of sound mmil anil memory ind were 'iitenta theieof iniule known to her'' to the practicability of passing the w the same procured to be ex- measare after tbe experience gained on "ttMl b> fraud cin univeulion undue in he licensing clauses of the local govern "lleni-B aucl pructu M! upoQ her by nent bill In fact Mr Goshen stands w Kocfcwell >r by any other pe almost atone in his faith in the prospects sou A Forecant of the Buslnese Before the and Houne WASHIVUTON June i -The senate will resume to day the suspended silver debate Pugh Aldrich and Sherman are booked for long speeches aud as a great many other senators desire to be heard, no limit to the debate can be fixed. It is likely to be suspended once or twice dur 11114 the week to permit the discussion of bills from the committee on appropria- tions Iu the house the silver bill agreed upon by the Republic an caucus of tbe house will be dissected during the week in com of the whole The bill will bo called np probably ou Wednesday and tho rest of tbe week will be consumed m d bating It Jt be definitely stated Fifth stre-t Lo( brt began work with a gang of sii men under the charge of Foreman Walter ffunve.taa.me.ataeaUy Par., aed everytluvf pertaiaing to a ant took More Sehoni Books a specialty JOB PBUrmo at every desurtptioa and at lowest living ratal by Printinc Company, S and B. Second SL Jn. TAM wenra a SON, rue AeodentaadQeMral laanraaaa. Deal en la Beal CetaM and Loans, rarticular attaaoaa naid ta the care of uropert j collect in( reals ma. Center 2nd loor to leave a train of cars at the One Hundred suspension of the rules Tuesday has been net apart for the consideration of the con bli Ala- th ,vo b f the bill A HOSPITAL FOB LEPERS Leprosy has increased to such an ex tent in Cape Colony that a hospital for lepers, has been founded in Bobben Island near the coast Other hospitals will also he needed to deal with the evil ludla lcgi-.hu ion is urgently demanded for tho suppression of leprosy bi_ lepers his Arrival of shipwrecked Tune J steamer Exe- in wliicli aruveii yesterday from ristjl brings Caoc Jetrermot iirst Mate Puul3i.ii Mate Kuudsen and me seaineo if the Noi wegiau bark Louis uebec and nearly foundered in a hum cnue 10 blie kept afloat until the Uth the ineu eudunng great haidships as the Lonis waa going clown the Ft C-ifj came up aud iesc ued her crew ipt Mtenuot had been clashed to the it ware on the Itith and tmii mil bi uken Hie E wter ity her ered d hiimc me un tbe Joth which i her to lay to loi hours ileck botli -elf and Twenty-eighth street station Eugin eer Samuel lower was in charge of the eogiue At far as caa be learned he neither whittled nor slowed up The men who were at work with Loebrs saw the approaching engine in time to save them selves Loehn. however was lena fonnn ate HU head was bent over hw work aud the buffer of tbe engine- str.ick him throw that this will be done THE SCOTCH-IRISH CONGRESS An Enthiulutle Audience Joins Closing Exercises. PITTOBI no Jnne J religious meet Ing (tt LxpuHition Mechanical hall last night the clo-meeveicises of the Scotch PHARMACY, 300 central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Paper Paiat Oils. An. J. W. aad dealer in Harness, BniTalo HeMOOovCTS Olovee Mltteasandaieuh Kobea I I 17 Bast Third street, raabioaable Tailor. beatleiBen wdl Ihelr advantage to cation me before pnrchaauu slsewhera. and it to 393 Lioa street. aherwIaWUUami Paintaad nlonroeraBge. KULIHU. .ucn as blaak-books, ledgers, and all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Company, J and 10 E. Second St. KnuoLpa ____________. Cor Tlurd and Br.iUio SUL. Dealer In Granite, Marble tuning aad atone. Call on me brtoro bnvtax TOUT side-walk. U 7 aad last Front street. W hisky. Wines. Brandies, laqnerieon lor Family Use. VKAV, Iv iJoa street, near the depot. Sate, Feed and Livery Stable. geiSmi by the day or week on reasonable SMM J. BIFTOMH. SOI Central Ave. (Up Senerel Inannnce and Beal Estate AienL Aeeidrat. and lave Stock lararaaee. Prompt atmaBon (iiu (o tmyiaf and Beal beue. Meal Market. Freeh, Salt awl Hooked Meats, Laid. Oreten aad W ;Bny tae Aurora BsilmeH Watte !.'Third st W Merenant Tailor, Avenne RE WARD I WC will par lae above r br (MAJUIACT. o airkT w -.vi U1U1 ITU---------------- ing him a distance of U feet to a footpath congress was the largest ever gath running aloug the side of the track An ambulance was summoned from th Fresbyterian hospital and Loehrs wa, Uken there, but he died ten minutes later ered for devotional exen lies tnjs clty I Gen Ekm of ky presided Dr McAllister of Pittsburg read the TSnd psalm Dr of Philadelphia read the Loehrs was married and was a member I 8crlPtare lesson and Dr Me Milan of Alle- of tbe Ancient Order of Foresters and the Sons of Freedom He will be buried to- Eegineer Tower continued his work Governor Thajen- Proclamation. LINCOLN JJeb June -The proclama Mon of Governor Thayer rescinding his call for a special session of the legislature was made public The irov ernor gives as his rtu-on the doubt ing as to the constitutionality of the laws which ought be p, l by the body Added to this is tN that many va- cancies exist and the nine is too short for special elections to till the same The proc- lamation meets with general approval Drowned IB a Squall. OBLIAVS, Mass Fune 2 During ghenj made the opening prayer I Rev Dr John Hall of New York preached I an eloquent sermon taking for his ter the 10th of the sijth Psalm He was followed by Rev Dr Bryson of Huntsville Ala In a few wrI l-chown remarks Rev Out made the cloeing prayer Every part of the exercises m which the laige audieme could with pro- priety join they joined with enthusiasm. The immng of the old fashioned psalms, lined out and sang to the tunes of a cen' turj ago hlled the vast building with volume of melody bevond description i Fugitive Paroled Men. 1 ELMIKA Y June 3-The decision of Governoi Hill to the effect that paroled men can be extradited from other states is .v, ,UUC tt L.WIU ubuci- SLates at 8 DO last night a vessel owned bv considerable moment because the penal William H Rich of Provincetown.was can- 'hat the escape of a paroled own, was cap- off Nauset The captain and George man 13 nct a cnnie Is the case when a Rm.T, .n -u "-rtuguese boy of convlct from a state prison -----------------m getting into a T1lere are escaped paroled dory which the vessel was towing The reforniatory prisoners m various parts of dory was capsized and young Brown waa I the States application will at drowned Rich reached shore alter l once te made fer i struggle of two hours. D fathoms of water The boat sank The Bodies of Two Babes Found. K Pa" JaM bodies of two babes which had been born alive were round in a grass plot on the outskirts of the city by the authorities Saturday meht and circumstMce. led to the arres? of Mrs. William A. Bell, jroung Germaa oman The evidence against the woman s so strong that she has been held for a for their n to the reformatory Two are known to be living in Chicago, two in Philadel- pbia. one in Jersey City and others in vari ons including California where the dashing Loi Rice the former New York reporter lives The Shooting Waa Accidental. NEW YORK, June Z Levy visit- ed Bellevue hospital Saturday and took ante-mortem statement of James Far rel who was m thl' head Thura- leanug The woman is good looking and Lee Lee is under arrest. has always borne a good reputation I that the shooting was purely accidental He was at Lee's home, No Dettrojm b, Fire. 3U tast Thirty flfth street drinking with him and some others Lee pulled tha n- volver from his pocket to exhibit it and it accidentally went off ST Vt, June 2- S-niths Urge creamery at St Point was destroyed by fire with part of ts contents, including the machinery tamily that waa occupying part of the A retaiiy staMMd. building got oat safely with meet of the I VINCRNNKS, Ind June C household effects. Low, partly fridge freight conductor on tbe Indian covered by Ore caught in and Vinceunes road, was Saturday he roof presumably from a defective fatally stabbed through the right smoke stack by James Martin of Bruceville, who became aggrieved at the conductor on be- ing compelled to pay his fare Martin wae brought to this city and lodged jn Determined to Kad Life. Shangn who himself Friday because hia I JluL wife would Mt admit aim to her home, trou the hospital while the nurses.! Great Destmctlan of Grain. STOCKTON Cal June levee broke DOYOUB BREAK'' and cannot be elOMd. feet wide E- -HE woe PEARL TOP were lately arrested while begging m the markets at Bornbatf They were tied to a tree near the court house the maai-trate hearing tbe case from the veiau i He sentenced them to one day a imprison ment The Congregational union of EugUnd I and Wales hua resolved to summon an in Uraational council of Congregationalnts to meet in London dnnng the tlrst half of July, 18B1, anil to consist of 3U> menibc'D 100 from the I nited States of America 100 for W ales Ireland Scotland and the colonies. The council U to be of a deliber ative character FNDibNAVT VIWCIAVS The syndic of Venice has created a sen i by vandalizing the square of han Marco in front of the cathedral of that uame really the only open space of any in the city H of the doges Popular protests are of K He had the name little avail, however and the work ,s to be huml'-un All the money found pushed as rapidly as possible The un Htf idimtteci his Hi toklyu l i) o o l u o I II 1 0 0 I J u 1- 5 0- t a Shuts, G. utlemen's A (jrentlemen'a 35c. Neckti Gentlemen's 35c. British Host- onl> Geutlenif n a 20c. Linen Collars onlj Gentlonien'9 Flannelette Mints onl} Gentlemen's 05c. summer IFudt only Gentlemen's I2jc seamless Ifose only Gentlemen's superior quality finest collai buttons j Gentlemen's liuen Knc.t Handkerchiefs 25c. wire Aimlets only Gentlemen's Cuff Buttons only Gentlemen's Scarf only Gentlemen's 2.V CulT Hol.l.-rs only 48c .15c .15c -.17c 16C .I0c and 3.Jc ..48c 7 and 9c oz., 4c .5c KJc mm "r ink lyn Utttcl [e Daily Vlunyan I ui'ie Pa- mm i himl UM anil I l u 1 Balteii M tlio I mplr B 0 ill 1 II II II Albl. U, 3PECIAL ANNOUNCb.ME.Nl I -OR -MF -1W _ ii f ill 111 HIM, t In iu r. at il t t mrtll riUeei WOKKhES agents -v No experleix n.-, ,i K Hi II Men .'in. U Ik CMIlIll I I I I Ik i llCcU 1 N i OSt, Washington, I. i i H tlce U. t Miim me 1 lra.ie Marks VM 1'au-ui hiinnii m .ontlucle.l for moderate n Wviie nencnn i c l luibin 1 tutbll-i c tunor i H R lerred who can (urnuli i h tic jn I M' time 10 incnlsi >biy employed V tew v i i u nlj B JUHNSON Vc I .1. Hiilimonil Va. tf (heir wli ilc iy hr piotu ILS in t vis Mini JUST RECEIVED" A Carload of the _ FINEST and BAREST ROSES. ever before- did v w.l w 1 II m v, ,y heap W by do I -ell them rlieap" Because It will helu me ume there will be no town ,n whole C'hmi Coiinlv Vt V iu U e Bemh 'h t. 1 0001) U 000 Il-Vl'l" II U 0 I) II 1 0 Hf e Ii t, H n hesii-r S LcmisvilleT Lir rs Kucii I .jiimvilk u s t alnhu laud Ylih.iuUtfh Meakiiu 0- 0 J It anil P I Uipltc n Caucht by the Aid of a Woman CHKAC-) r, Allen confl dential clerk of F Austin o invest ment brokers of Kausut, Citv Mo disap- peareil u few weeks ago wirli SStooi) of thit E Austin of that firm had at ta" >uuui s ited in the chamber of deputies backed by the ministers of finance marine and commerce, extending the fishing bounty system until June, 1891 The preamble of the bill complains of the aggravations and difficulties to which French ttahermen are subjected by the restrictions of the New foundland government Delonnde will offer an amendment that the bill ought to be framed in such language as to compel Newfoundland to accept the ar rangement entered into between England and France A Disastrous Hurricane In Soda. SoriA June 2 A. hurricane swept over Sofia yesterday completely leveling the Knntked Out III Two rl P4Ni Tex JiineJ (hul.s HiMrld of -t PL.I in.i L mi st uidani tl spli i fought jiistovn ihe Sew Mex cuilj y i i I iy uuru nit; siaucl u I with a l ,iit i inlet OB H irlcl s -ide md leve !j ,1 d two ut HearlU then u  il in our ili-- piopo s mini are at tariff lull 111 ami ginghams and Dimmer wash all I In-- li-l-im e of our spring stock >l i loats an- sPllinjr We- following in iimli Genlleinen'J! blue mixed Irawcrs in meclnim weights oluru aad UOc lisl ve'.ts with lace nh ytf at thread Jersey Gentlemen s B undcurev. "I'e per suit Oentli-mca's blue ungota shirts Md Irawcrs at 21c each, 4nc Ludies Jersey vests a-i low iu lOc. Laches' b ilbnggan tninmini; only !5 w )J le Je Wl.itc un I bla. k vests ni ic each Silk all Linen prints will be considerably 
                            

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