Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 2, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 02, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York DUNKIRK VY. MONDA Y. JUNK 2. I**'. NO ‘.v» B ti EP H USES TAT I VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. , NKW Kl LIM. A *U fce*to <•( bunks in Ufa* la*o»* animo* *o A HEROIC EX-CON Via. Tnt kcupsc exptdTioN GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. insurrection in A university. HI GALLANTLY SAVES THE LIFE GF A BROWNING BOY baui«-*i Ut*pnrtawfut of OanktrktPnuUnf €«(■**■» I tk« tad Rory of David Parrott, a I aune Ki-Coavlrt. Who Trion to Botonn Mat < auld Not Plod Unpiny- ' moot — Mo km ilao«t ftntw to tatrfalo Tkroufk Drvpoadoory, New    YfMML    Juan I,—David Barrett a fauag M-cnntk’t, to ur sfAndiag OO pier I kAirt y-»c * va. I—*l river. y*»i«..*y ai moat a LEXJiMliKA'*' on) amt W<**1 Y    twdf l« jkiup IHM UP rift? ami rad bin A ( ob ural A»«oua.    ^    Ilia L. «. or I (..mid u-l get work, sad ba PRWA _ Ail    *■._*r».t i a iii 9 nm would mat, go lunk bu bu aid thievish Rib, far bo rrmmi br red tho words of bu mot brr who mentlv diod. and with bor laat Greatb l**gge«i bim to live an Honest ■ > tc. uirrxiKD, ars aad ** .!^!£L££m ^ Ii. A run u*    ■    -1 »T (Utters While Barrett wan ai using ho saw little oairirt^su fcrt- nuanluao «xc«pl ,oC WT'wr old Cherte# O Co ti our. who with or brr buy* wa* Aah i tig ob tho pur. fail in j,    bu the    water.    Barrett jumped ofter tho Hut    buy who wan in    a dangerous place between _________ -    Mu a canal In .at and tho pier He waa being oc*Pxm!uhie^!,"wT*‘e*a»*t‘n aJ!    <i!L)fr*    •»« bed    under    the buat by th* current nssowda.1 to.    AU    work fuoroa    »    when    Barrett    rem be*I bim Barrett caught the buy’s clothing with his teeth, and swam with bun to thread of the dock., where thev were rem*nod Both were taken to < louver nor boapital. Barrett told the story of bu life arni bow „ jantf J^gVK5*Jit3t SE flmV^ i orrwii*oo ‘*-»c«- *°r    «boles*.e na •ouei tad. MLN UKK % Bmmm pneuw. no. is W tau street, Dunkirk, ML ■ km laves*. (root, ae ai f. S«wiw*». So. IS K. Aaauad street. «e»r PM Bro OI {lily st tell* Ie* I to. AU L KAMAKA tlttM KKKt HOI*!*, tun Central Areae*. WkoUaaie ami rataii loaUr ta la ported sad »oBientt*: C bi aa. ii lass ware. K iAr. Mulla**! sees Thorn Wnn an TroaMo Mot wwa Ma val OBrtmud Sr teas tass. PiTTHm bm, Juno A —Hot Dr Holland of Pittsburg. wBc wan to hare booB tho naturalist of the eclipse expedition, which bm* just returned frere Africa, bat was prevented from going by reoaon of death in bu family, baa just returned from a two weeks rtnit to Now Yxrk city Dr Hoi load >at* I “I wan un board th* t oited States man •f war I Va va oia - Gorily after she cask aa cbor and bad a hat with Lieut. Com. Hanford and others Professor Todd was ay guest at tho Buckingham botel. New York, last Tuesday evening, aud I waa with him ob other occasions I learned from the oft. ere of the ship and from Professor Todd that tho reports circulated largely by the New York Sun are only ta a very limited extent true, and are anre Hallie The Suu reporter seems to hare interviewed the cook and the cabin boy. ‘There was no trouble brtwoen the naval officers aul the scientists and there was no trouble I jet ween the members of tho scientific contingent of the party. Mr I lintels.u s disappearance la spoken of in The Hun article aa if it mystery Chatelain is now hard at work on the negro language* of Angola His going aud his staying was by and with the full consent of the head of the expedition. The failure to locate at Muxiuia u com HEAVY WORK BRITISH IN STORE FOR PARLIAMENT THE Th* lr***srumeat laid ta he shaky la Begar* ta the Publican Ca sip# awa ti ae Bill—A Lepreey Hospital kist abl Hhe«l la Cage I aleey — Aa Fe tern at lose! loser11 af CoagrsgatioaalUt*. I aik Dom, June 2—Although the pment session of parlfament is quite well advanced the heavy work of that lindy is yet to be conf route* I and today's sitting will begin the earnest labor of clearing away the rn aaa of legislation which bas accumulated Upwards of Mi public biiLs ami scores of private rn rami re- bnve been introit need ami of these only ten have pained si Der the opening of the session. There is strong indication That the government is shaky in regard to the eoiui»#u*»at iou hill ami only Mr Goachen is understood to be determined to push it to the end. The Unionist newspaper- now advise the government to drop the measure ami the Tory journals are advocating reconsideration w*f* * aud modification of the bill before the oc curreoce »»f the temperance mass meet log cal led in Hyde park next Saturday to protest against it This movement is grow mg to large proportions and the meeting J 'N ALTAI (JI A MllTKU I j    Kau-*, ti per lay. bleary eau B**a. diu* atame .a «-oauecUua Victor hider. 333 aa.I IST L*«*a gust 4 'ITT M1KMKK iMOK I /    bbs*.    Nag la, Prop- i u.ier Lake -i.<.re Nauoaai Bank, earlier center an*I Third street*. A Aaa stock of foreign and ImmwiUc igara. * (ONBLUS A RH, V>    Mb    tenter street, Practical korae-aBuere. Part**mar atlee ti oa 'laid to interfering boa**#. sU**eing of roe * St i trotting aor vee a speedily. he had tried to live right since hut mother Cled He said he hail made up his mind I > starve rather than steal. He learned ‘be iron molders' trade while serving a tea years sentence rn prison, but no one woald employ him. People who know the young mau any he ha* rescued ten men from drowning CRAZED BY DRINK AND LOVE. . pH*mines to be one .if thy largest and most men ted upon as if u had been *bi uniter ratbaiUlMCtc    g*lberlUg* held in Ixoudou for many years. Mr*, (.a1 by aa La- I) LM Bl KB EVEMINli OMS ABV EK. I .argent Daily la lh* (..linty. An unequalled a*lverti**ng .u<-*liuui | il.NBIKB t.MlilKEEKlSU KIWI'ANW. I *    Fornsrlt    SalleW A Supple. Manufacturer* of Kus:!#**, Boiler-, Pull***, Sn.if I. ug ii auge rn, etc. Fxtfamia. r.irg.ug*. Canting*, aad Maciuee Work lo order. « Ll SB IKK SHI KT til, ASI, sub aal Aff II Center street, Manufacturers of UM* * *Cr*>aiweir* and "Dunkirk” perfect - im a* Dre** 'dart*. On sale in ail tea*I.ag furioaltiug, clout.ag an*! dry good* bourn?* ta Dunkirk. hr. TI MJH EX. .    U4    and    AK.    Lion    street Dealer in flour, feed, alt. Baled Hay, Fbo#-gha«e*. etc. k»Ubit*ue*i, 1377 « * BIE MOT EL aad mama Cs Depot. Es*? ai,-elses u> ail Naiuua, I ai*ut tra.u* and bua- usee* huune*. Beet KCuuiiSoiab.a* for « ou»-*er< .at Traveler*. J oka J Murphy, Trop. h HUK.? rn (11m 97 aa J sd E. Third street. fias Furniture, Cabinet Ware an*l Ip-aolntenng. picture Frame* anole bi order. K.“ HA FT Eh* IA A IO.. HI central Ava., l^sa*lers of f aaUiou ani ueuUeiaen (Hi Ut U«r« A KE Ll STEAM M EATING IO.. Ie Terry Fatally Shot welcome Antler. Elmira. X Y., June 2.—Emmett Crane bae I well lodged in the bath. Steuben county jail for fatally shooting Mrs (jai* Ferry The Ferry family lives about a mile east of the village of Addison, in Steuben county, and t rune himself resided there Hr in an inventor of farming implement* aud bore a good reputation until last year, when he met Mrs. Perry Hr 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 hi*chagrin started in on a spree continuing hi- debauch until this morning when he went to the Ferry real Hence and demanded admittance As Mr* Perry ordered him away he became vh> lently enraged, and whipping out a revol ver shi>t the woman just below the heart. Thoroughly crazed. C'raue then Bed a short di-tame from the -cene of the tragedy and attempted to shoot another woman, but was frightened away by BvighU rs Mr* Ferry’s wound is fatal She is a wife aud the mother of four children. Crane has iieen urging her to leave her husband aud live with him. threading to kill her if *he did not comply with bu* request AN ENGINEER’S CARELESSNESS In the light of all the facts it wa* a very wise arrangement, for which both Capt Yates an«l Professor Todd deaerve compliment* instead of being found fault with Krum the standpoint of the solar physicist the low* of observations of the corona at totality mean* failure: from the standpoint of the exact astronomer the taking of lid negatives of the partial phase* of the eclipse mean* a great success Beside, the apparatus invented and used by Professors Todd aud Bigelow worked to a charm This alone is enough to justify the paltry expense which the expedition cost. "The -*rale meat that the exhibition coat the government EJUU oui is absurd. Con grass appropriated only Af*.OUM to meet the expense* of the scientist* The Peaaacuio wa* in cuiumiamou any how and it made no difference whether she wa* urn duty in the North Atlantic or South Atlantic, the pay roll would have been the same Nearly all the statement* of the expedition that have appeared in the papers is forecastle gossip, aud would be laughable were it not annoying to the feelings of sensitive ami modest men. such aa the principal members of the expediiiou are * rVlE WEEK IN CONGRESS. the >u the ll Bai* a tee Lurers ef A Im Healing Apparatus bing a Specialty. I Forecast of the Busine** Before Senate anti House. W AMB IV UTIW, June 2 - The senate will re-ume to day the suspended silver debate Senators Pugh. Aldrich aud Sherman are booked fur long ■*perches, aud as a great many other senators desire to be heard, no limit to the deiiate can be fixed It is likely to be suspended once or twice during the week to permit the diseustuon of bill* from the committee on approprta tions. In the house the silver bill agreed upon by the Republican caucus of the house will be dissected during the week in com antiae of the whole The bill will be called up probably on Wednesday and the rest of the week will he consumed in de- IT OHE ATE.AH LAI A DBV. Cause* the Death st a Carpenter New York Elevated Road. Neat \o«a, June t. -John L*jehrs of    ____ IMO Second avenue for the last ten year* , »Af lug it. ii ran not be definitely stated , alive character that the bill will be acted upon lief ore the end of the week Monday in the house In addition to these sign* of hot war fare against the measure there is a algin ti cant movement ta opposition to it within the ranks of the government parte ►everal strong supporters of the govern rnent have formally intimated to the mi aunty that while supporting the second reading uf the bill. they will. lf the measure I* pr>crested with. be obliged to offer and advocate extensive amendments in com uniter The whole tone ti# the represen ta turns thus male points to the alomdon men! of the mea* ii re as the simplest way out of the difficulty, but up to the present Mr tojMcheu reiuaju* obdurate aud speaks to hi* frteud* privately a* if the govern (lieut were determined to proceed with the bill at all hazard*. In th ta respect the view* of Mr Goachen are at variance with those of Mr Ritchie, who is not sanguine aa to the practicability of paaeiug the measure after the experience gamed on the licensing clauses of the local government bill In fact Mr. Goshen stands almost * fat i»- in hi* faith in the prospects of the bill. A HOSPITAL FOH LEPERS. leprosy ha* increased to such an extent in < ape Colony that a hospital for lepers has tieeu founded in Kobben Island, near the African coast. Other hospital* will also he needed to deal with the evil. ludo* legislation is urgently item*tided for ’be suppression of leprosy. Six lepers were lately arrested while begging in the markets at Bombay. They were tied to a tree uear the court hon-.* the uiagi-trate bearing the case from the veranda He sentenced them to oue day’* imprisonment The Congregational union of Ragland and Whales has resolved to summon an international council of Congregationalists to meet rn Iamdon daring the first half of July, IHMl, aud to cousiat of .JUU members. IOU fro in the Culled State* of America IOU for W'ale* Ireland, Scotland and the colon lea The council ta to be of a de Ii ber Aa Attempt ta Eject aa Expelled (Ma- Beat from the Iou pa* Cause* a Riot. Atlanta. Ga, June I—Thursday was commencement day at Clark university for colored student*, but there wa* ne coma i«-u<-en lent Kverrbody connected with the institution wa* in attendance at court A student named A. L. Smith waa on frill fur trespa-** upon the college ground* Tile trouble culminating in hi* trial tjegan just after th* dearh of Jefferson Dari*, when one of the student* prepared a paper harshly critilising Mr Da vim By advice of Dr W' Hickman, president ef the college, the article wa* suppressed Then in January last Smith, who wa* to tie one of the speakers at a college enter tainment. preu*red an oration in which occurred a very strong expression con cerning the relations of the two races. Pre- Meat Ilic5tm ut. to whom it had to be -ubriiitted, furl cole it* use. Smith, however. nard lf. As a result of his disobedience Smith wa* required to make an apology or leave the school. He refused to (lo either Then th* faculty sustained the president. Smith on Wednesday Is-u appeared upon the college ground*, although the rules forbid HU-pended or expelled students doing so. He defied an order to leave. Hi* friend- resisted hi* ejectment and bi* arrest followed The case waa dismissed on the ground that there could be no tres pass on public property. SPORTING MATT KRS. INTERESTING NEWS FROM WORLD OF SPORT, THE A WILL CONTEST. ii The Kaad Keck well quit to be Tried the Erie C'eiiuly < ourt. BOFF ALU, June ‘J. The Head Rockwell will elmiest I* to liegin in the F.rie county circuit of the supreme court to day before Justice Ona ie la and a st nick jury The . ontestnof. John J F Krml. is represented by YI.oily I Green. SN ii I lam I. Maray and George T U'tiuby; and the defendant, Ge?irge W Rockwell, by the [Iou. William K >heebau, Adel bart .M«*>t aud Muse* Shire. The issues ordered to be tried before the jury are as follow*:    First. Was Klizabeth A. f?. Rockwell at the time «»f the execution of the iQstrunieut in question of sound Mad dispoMiug mind and uieim>ry and were the content* thereof made known to her* Ngnnd, Wa* the same procured to be executed by fraud, circ mn cantion, undue rn If lienee aud liecelt prnctHel upon ber by ' »e«»rge W Rockwell or by any other per -on or thing under hi* directs*.* (tehednle* thawing the Htandiag of Clubs af Thru* Leaguer—Result* af Yesterday’* Name* la the A mer iran A UMM latten — A Wonderful tlaan* of Mil Iiarde—Se heeler Run* J. OOO Feints. The following tables show the standing of the clubs in the different leagues PLAN KBX' LF.AUCK, Per Oat .iHit MI MO AT rn JJU Per Oat afft tut iii Ml jill Waa Lust Bo*ton ...... ............... 31 ll Broatklvo .. .............. SI ti New York... ............... lf 14 CBAeaga...... .............. Bl M Ftuim? ii>bm ............. is . IS Cir? eiwtt'l .. .............. 12 ti FBiwLiirg. ., ............. in IS Bu (leu* .. ........ • is na hun al l Kau ck. Worn. Low*. Piiliaitelphta ..............ai 12 bnxiklyD____ ............. IS 12 Ctertaaatt... .............. w 12 ctiuwe» .... .............. IS 14 Ne w, V ort .. .............. Id IS Howl <1(1 ..... .............. IS 17 Cleveland ... .............. ti hi Puultury ... I 31 A UK Kit AN Ass** lATIoM Woo. Lo**. A thief iv.____ .............. 33 hi Ftertiewter ..............31 ut Luut*> lite .............. la 14 I aledo....... .............. 17 IT *t. Lite .............. IS hi (obi ai bu- ... .............. IS 19 Nyrat’OMe .... .............. 14 19 Bruukivu... .............. S Si rue AK Oat rn, kl* •SKI JKI) VSH .441 424 J2S* A awee tat ion (•amra. t U 0 J • Ii f«»>:    kamsey    anti Arrival af a shipwrecked Crew. New Yoke, June %—The steamer Exeter i’ity, which arrived yesterday, from Bristol, bring* Cape. Jefferuiot, First .Mat# Paulsen, iSecoud Mate Kumlsen and bine seamen of the Norwegian bark lamia, which left Aunsieu, Norway, May 9, fot Uueliec. aud uearly fouudereti in a hurricane .YIay IU. s-he kept afloat until the « l’Jth. the meu enduring great hardships. I J ast a* th# lamia waa going down the Flirter t’if.y came up aud mc tied ber crew • apt Jefferruut had been dashed to the , deck by a big wave im the IGth and had ; Ujfh ann* broken. The FIxeter (Tty her -elf L.ui a very rough pa—age, aud en-< on titered a hurricane on the Ait h which caused her to lay to for -everai hours. Munday At Svracuse -."*yTBnu»  ...........I *1 3 (I it 0 Ttdedu.............. 2 I ll it I I h*s hits "Graeme? 4, Tolasjo lo. Em*r- syr*. ase V Toledo A Batterie* Casey and U'Rottrkv Healy and Rogers. I'tnpire Vaughn. AlJhnMiklyn — Krookiya.  .........J    ii ii u I St Gun-  ........,.*.0    • 300 I u-* hif- RrookJya*, At. iou Errors f^rnokly* 7, Sr, I^'ni'■l ne- Daily aiui Man yan I xp'rr Parnnm. At I o|umbo* - Coiniabu.-   k    0 Athletic  ........X    J Bn-. Id I- i ‘otn et bn- Ii, Athieiw-s Pi hrror- Ch) tun ha* 7, Athietn»A Hit! ter ,e— (<ael right, VV til Lier aud tj*('.jUIUJT*. M< Yfaitoii sud h>thta»on. finpir E nisi ie. At Y.'iU'la.r Hetu Li RndMKder.........  0    0    0    (I    ti    ti    0 UmkvlM* ......,...«    u    t    ti    0    ti    I Has* hit*-—Rochester A I*>uisviila 7. Lrr<>rs Km UrSrri Uiiiaviik iii Batt- rice < aliUiauoMl .Ut kerngli, arni Ut aa. Tuipirv LA >e si’her. a 3 (I X u- rn •- 3 Meakim Our *peciaibea. Fine Sh.ria. im-; ( altar*. 4c, lufi, V . and Iou•• Curtain*. I roe Del. v cry A W cumutiugv, Aff center street || K. (JEMH. k Thirl it, our. of Buffalo HaualMCturor and tea er .a V ge Boot* A Shoe* U ES KW WEH.EMS SEW SIA J KE. HIS E. I Third *L Muejka, Statiouery, Musical la_ struiaeuu.Magaxia**. Daily audweeki>FaM EN MV I «L Bouk*, Ski ■Magaxi ne*. D*i i y aad every thi pa per no mug to rn intel*** •sore Schoot Bi jo a* a spcciaitv I Bara, boijk J OU FHI* ITM* of «very deacrtpUoa aud at lowest Itvuig rate* by Dunkirk FnuUug Company, 9 and IU E. second SC H. VAN Bt KEN M SON, Fir* Ute, Accident and Deaerai lasuraaoa Deal-ut Baal hut* fat and I .•aa*. Far .ic alar d lo the care of property oui tee t-119 I en ter sL. Iud floor. i ag ream lf: ON KOE’* FUA KU Ai I, AW ceatral Avenue Bead<4oarlers for Wail Paper Kelt .Otis, Ac. M II EKK t N S, J. W . AW canter street. Manufacturer aad dealer in Haraees. Saddles, Bridles, cottars. Trunks,A hip*. Buffalo Robs*. (!nree Cover* itieve* Mitteu* and steigh Boh**. ■ 4 SCHOLTES, I .    17    (taal    Third    street, faatuonabic Tailor. ijenUemeu will And .t Lu their aiivantage to .ail on toe tiefore pun-ti aal ag •i*ew here. I H. CAMI M CO., ta Lion sireec «,curran Har'.wan*.Wbite Lead.i>tl*,Faiater'» us*, Oil Ck>Uu, Gras fat Ware. A *peciai- ty of sherint. Wllliaa* Pa. ut aa l Moaroe raaga. Iii L Ll No. such a* blaak-bouks, ledgers, aad ail kiU'Dof bi* ak* do ae at Duakirk PnsUog company, a aud id k. secouii SC KL DOLF H HOLDEN ll AC EK, ( or. Ttuni and Boil alo sis*. Dealer in oramte, Marble f aggmg aad Bailli ug stone. Call on me before buyiag year ode-walk. K ISLEY a co., 7 aad 9 East Front street. Whisky. Wiius, Braodi#* u-uerat Liquor (Wore fur Family Lea. employed ae a csrpvulrr »u the elevafe*l rwilruM*i. wa* srrHclt amt kilksi Saturday by a switch engine while at work un the Third aveune hue near Due Hundred and F'ifth street I** hr* iwgau work with a gang of six meu under the charge of Foreman NY'ai tar O'Neil They were engaged in replacing old ties It was Lur ti re business to drive tbs spikes which fastened the rail. He had been at work about half an hour when engine No. 14* came down the track to leave a train of cam at the Oue Hundred and Tweuty eighth street station {engineer Samuel Tower wa* in charge of the •ngiue As far as can be learned he neither whistle*! nor slowed up The men who were at wurk with I^iehre saw the approaching engine in time to save them selves liuehre. however, wa* ie** fortun ate Hts head wa* bent over his work aud the buffer of theeatgin* stitick him throwing him a distance of 12 feet to a footpath running aloug the side ut the track. Au a rn btl lane* was -un. mooed from the Presbyterian hospital and Loehrx waa taken there, bat he died ten minutes later. I cie hr* wa* married aud wa* a member of th* Ancient Order of Foresters aud the Suu* of Freedom. He will lie buried today. Eegmeer Tower continued his work. I>a«truur Thayer*’ Free I am a tioa. Lincoln, Neb., June i—The proclamation of Governor Thayer, rescinding his call for a special iou of the legislature wa* mail* public yesterday. Th# governor gives a* hi* re--on the doubt existing a> to the coo»titut<oo*lity of the laws which might be pa I by the body. Added to this, is th' I set that many vacancies exist, and the nine is tem short for special election* to till the same The proc lamatiou meet* with general approval Drowsed la a squall. OBI Kane Mass , June 2. — During a aq nail at 9 Ai laat night a ve**el owned by YY illiam H Rich of Provincetown, wa* cap nixed off Nailset The captain and fveorge Brown, au IS- year -old Portuguese boy of Proem, do*a. succeeded in getting into a dory which the vessel wa* towing The dory wa* ca psi se? I and young Brown wa* drowned I'apt Rich reached shore after | a -traggle of two hours. The boat sank ut six fathom* of water « aught by the Aid of a Woman. ( Ch HAO* i. J tined —Kl/.* Allen, cond I dent tai clerk of K. Austin a Co., invest meat brokers of Kati'ui* City. Ma, disap-I    pearls! a few weeks ago with RS).UUU of IN LUO NAM VIS ic [A vs    I    f-fai.uuu that IL Austin of that firm had at will    (ie general    suspension day    aud    a    few I I    uf ' «»»*» ban created a    eu    J    Alien's reque-t placed to the clerk s credit win    <e general "uspeusion nay,    and    a    rew antion and aron*e«i popular indignation    by    J    f,.r i)U„nry) nurlua _    ah-., h— * w.r- general auld a large number of tora! mea*-    work    of    modernizing    and    consequently ares will be pl ac rd on their passage lintier suspension of the rule* Tuesday hasbeen net apart for the consideration of the contested election - ase of McDuffie. Republican. against Turpin. Democrat, from Alabama The Republican majority of the elect ions committee has declared in favor of seating YU Du (fir and there is no doubt that this will be done. THE SCOTCH-I RI SH congress. th* Aa F ut ti u»t an? lr Audieae* Jota* Closing Es# re I se*. PTTTsBr\*(i. Jane 2.—The religious meet * lag at Lxpoattion Mechanical hall last j Uluht, the cloriug exercise* of the Scotch- J J Irish congree-, wa- the largest ever gmth ered for devotional exercises in this city. I * Gen Ekm of louisville, Ky, presided : Dr McAllister of Pittsburg read the 72nd I psalm Dr Steel of Philadelphia read the scripture lessen and I>r M< Milan of Allegheny made the opening prayer. Rev Dr John Hail of New York preached I an eloquent sermon, taking for his text luundland the loth verse of the such Psalm. He wa* W1ll offer followed by Rev Dr Bryson of Huntsville, Ala. In a few well-chosen remarks Rev. Atchison of Toronto, tint made rbe closing prayer Every part of the exercises in which the large audience could with propriety join. they joiued with enthusiasm vandalizing the square of .San Marco in front of the cathedral of that name. really th* only open space of any size in the city of the doges Popular protests are of little avail, however, aud the work ta to be pushed a* rapidly a* possible The improvements will necessitate the removal of many object* interesting to the visitor because of their ancient origin and hia-torte associations A number of children were bitten by a rabid dug in Huy, Belgium, a few days ago. and two of them have died from hydrophobia. Several of the survivors have been sent to M Pasteur for treatment. | and child. Imt wa* in correspondence with a young woman uf Marquette. Mich , through whom he was traced to this city and arrested He had a.—inned the name of I’. Thompson. All the money was found in his p»**ses-iou. He admi?ted his guilt and consented to return to Kansas City, whither he was taken. Ta Extend th* Fishing Bounty System Paris, June 2.—A bill ha* been depon-ited in the cham lier of deputies, backed by the ministers of Ana cue marine and commerce, extending the fishing bounty system until June, I SUI. The preamble of the bill complains of the aggravations and difficulties to which French fishermen are subjected by the restrictions of the New-government. M Delonnde an amendment that the bill ought to he framed in such language a* to compel Newfoundland to accept the ar Killed in a Continuous Duel. 1 OLT VI BIA, S C , June 2 — Napoleon I Wilson of Yfagnolia succeeded last winter i in inducing the wife of J. YI Morris to i elope with him After awhile she returned (to lier hti-band and besought forgiveness. which wa* granted. VY ilson returned larer, aud for sortie tune th# nieft ex-| changed shot- wheneber the men caught -tght of each other Both were bad abaka. < in Sunday last, however, Morris got a lead on NY ii.-'ju anti killed him. Nighing wa* known of the matter until Saturday, when Morris surrendered to the sheriff aud told the story Knocked Out la Two Minutia. Kl Paso, Tex., June 2,— Charles Hexrld of *t Paul and Turn Standard (< olored t of thts place, fought just over the New Mel uau line rn *e den? early ye*t#r»laf morn mg. Siam! ird i-*l witu a r.^ht inter on Ii a rid s -ide aud cleverly d.*i si two blows, but Hearld then ca.* tilt him in the n* ck with i swinging ii ;ht-han I blow aud kru>cR(sl him -illy Standard faileii to re-spoudto t?..* call of tune and th^fiubr wa* gi rn til He.irUl Tira#, 2 admit a Hearl.l w i Ii J 13 ’. and Stamlaad III kjuuiN. >?rr I h’lndret *, ectators w< nf f'om this city ny ■oiec'sl rf he rn Pa'ittc tram to see the tight. >r amla rd has a great reputation in the Southwest a* a hard hitter    _ A Great (•am* af Billiards San Fka.m islo, June 2.—The billiard cuutrst between Schaefer aud Mct.'leery closed ^saturday night. Schaefer scored luother run of l,tiUU points, which made a coutmuou* run of 3,uui> point* for the three night*. Mel'leery had uo opportunity to Use his cued after the first lulling of the contest when he scored 15 point*. the score at the clum* standing I,UUU to IS. A Doable Drowning. ClffAfiO, June‘A—Ida Smith. 35 years of age. engagetl in the dress-ntakiug bu*i _____ ____ ___ lies*, became despondent owing to re- raugem* at entered into bet ween England ; v**rses in busine** aud committed suiride and France. A Hail Flaker Ssriouily Injurml. Omaha, Neb . June 2 —In the fifth inning of yesterday * gadie (jet ween Omaha and St Paul. I in pi re (.each. while stand mg I jack of the pitcher, was hit in the pit of the stomach by a hatred bail aud taken from ta# grounds unconscious. It la feared he is seriously injured. A Disastrous Hurricane la 'tolls. I    .    ...    ,    Sort A. June I—A hurricane swept over The singing of    the    old    fashioned psalms |    y^rday,    completely level rig the buildings in the north part of the city and wns’king many structures in other por I    Hon* Eleven soldiers were killed and several injured The number of civilian* lined out sad sang to the tuues of a century ago. tilled the vast building with a volume of melody beyoud description KOBEKr H KAY. Lien street, ussr Uw Bear hug. Sale, Feel aud Livery * ta bls. ^Ki.ttgr by toe day or week oa reaaouable lonaa (J AM J. ti lr FO BD, AU Ceatral Ava. tU|» N ,n»,rs U aa oral I us or sn ce aud Beal La tau: Xaeuk. Fire, Lite, Acini—I, aud Live stuck laenraaee. Pruoipt atwatiuu **x im lo buyiag sod aalii af Beal Estate HP C. JIONEA. I    75    E.    Third    ak,    coe    laser race la tor Meal Market kreaii, sail ami aojoked Meat*. I Aid. sausage*. Oyster* sad R—Hry. Th* Bedl#* ut Two Bab#* Fe aad. Erik. Pa.. June 2—The bodies of tyro j babe* which had been bora alive were fen ad in a gras* plot on the autskirt* of ) the city by th* authorities Saturday night. < and circumstances led to the arrest of ! Mrs VY illiam A Bell, a young German woman Tha evidence against the woman la mo -truug that she ba- beeu held for a hearing. The wumau i- good looking and ha* si ways borne a guod reputation Fugitive Far«j|#d Mea. Elmira. N V . June 2.-The disuaioo of Governor Hill to the effect that paroled men can he extradited from other states is of considerable moment. Iiecause the penal code specifies that the escape of rn paroled man i* not a crime, a* I* the ca— when a convict escapes from a state prison. There are a numlier of escaped paroled reformatory prisoners in various parts of the United States and applicaticR will at ouce be made for requisition* for their return tut he reformatory Two are known to be living in Chicago, two in Philadel plna one in Jersey City ami other* in vari ou* states including California, where the dashing Col. Rice, the former New York reporter, live*. VV ITCHES. JEWELRY, BC. •Buy the Aurora Railroad Waled -----------any. t bl rd *L Re pa.r u* a specialty. Freak F. 3tapf. « k. VY f m.. VIM KEB, Men nam Tailor, via j cults! Arenae r,j# *beotiag Vt arn Accidental. New York. June 2—Coroner Levy visit-I rd Bellevue hospital Saturday and took the ante-mortem statement of James Far reb who wa- shot in the head oa Thursday by James law Ia?e is under arrest P arrel said that the sh'joting wa* purely accidental. He was at Lase'* home, No. 312 East Thirty fifth street, drinking with him aud some other* Lee pulled the revolver from bm pocket to exhibit it aud it A Large I reawcry Dost roved by Fir#. SsT Albans. Vt., June i — Ex-Governor Smith'* large creamery at St Albans ,    _ Fuint was destroyed by tire with part of ' ffcg*dentally went aff it* content*, including the bibi hiuerv A family that was occupyum part of the building got out *afeiy with mug of the bcUMehotti effects. Loos. Hi UUU. part Iv covered by insurance Th* fire caught in the roof, presumably from a defective •atoke stack $600 REWARDI W t will pay UK iU>?< re a sri toe say caw al Liver ( uiaplaiat, tGi|a|Mix 'lick Headache i ohfesUua, « oa#ti patioa <w i <iativeue«* wt t’*aBOI rare wilb West * Vegetable Liver Fills when the <nrectio»*# are stru Uy curapueu aith They are purely V. geubie. aud never tail ti ^iva •aUaiacOou sugar coafasi. I^rgcboxa*. coutaiaiag SU Fill*. 15 cent*. Beware if oooa u rleix*. sad lautsUoaa. The rename nasa lac ared usly by J»»H N C W KST Keo ™kl t i Pharmacy. D kirk. N T. by Bombus* Dr I cr (el neg ie Lad IU Life. Wn KS* Barra Jane2—Jam— rhaugu easy, who shot himself Friday because his 1 wife would not admit him to her home , escaped from the hospital while the Burse J were temporarily ab—at from the room He ha* not be— found —ice. and it thought he jumped influ the river and j aer— of grain was drowned.    t    ^ A Comd sc tor Fatally stabbed. Vincenses, Iud , June 2- Thomas C. Bridge, fright conductor on the indianapolis and Y'intenne* road. wa* Saturday evening fatally stabbed through the right lung by James Martin of Bruceville, who became aggrieved at the conductor on be lug compelled to pay hi* fare. Martin was brought to this city and lodged jn jail.    _ Great Destruct ion of Drain. Stockton. Cai , June 2—The levee broke oa Union biland on Friday night, letting ut * the water into the middle division of 5,UUU The break is I UU feet wide and cannot be dared. killed or injured ie not yet ascertained The pecuniary damage to the palace will reach fbi UUU _ Monop«>lIe* Necured tor <>crmaay. Zanzibar. June 2—Advice* from the French mi**ionarie* at Uganda, under •late of March rt, state that Mwanga w t* in complete possession of the kingdom, kaietna haviug iieen defeated and routed. Dr Peters, who ha* been King Mwanga s sworn friend and adviser, ha* secured treaties and monopolies in favor of the Germans.    ____ Lieut. Wise’* Mission ta Pan sin a. London. June 2—Lieut Wise sailed from Southampton yesterday on a mission to Panama YI Moochi< ourt, the liq un I a tor of tha Panama ( anal company's affair* ha* instructed Lieut Wise to proceed to Carthagenia and Bogota after hi* inspection of the work* and negotiate with the Columbian goverment for an extension of the ceseaaiou by jumping into the lake front on Fuller run avenue. A young man, name un known, leaped into the water and attempted to -ave her, hut after swimming a short distance he was seen to suddenly throw up hi* hands aud disappear It is supposed he wa* seized with cramp* *un«lay Racing im Paris. Paris. June 2—The race for the Jockey club prize, run yesterday, wa* won by H eau me. Mirabeau second and Fitzroya third. Twelve horses were entered ami ten started. Gen. Clarksoa Vt iii Not Resign. PlTTsui sa-H. June 2— Assi-taut Postmaster »e-neral J. S. Clarkson wa* on the j limited U-r night going west. He denied I emphatically that he ha* ever sent in hi* * resign.*D• in. or that he even contemplated :e*ignin^. He also denied the recent interview attributed to him. in which he -ta?tai that Pre-ident Harrison wa* *u* pie iou* of every man under bim. He said that he would like to start a Republican weekly in New York city if be had the money.____ Th# Break la th# (anal Repaired. Utica, N. Y., June 2—The work of repairing the canal lank at the break in Whitesboro was completed Saturday afternoon Last evening til# water wa* tieing let in slowly There was four feet of water in the canal west of Oriskany, aud at midnight the Black river canal feeder at Rome and theOrinkauy feeder was turned on. Ii/bf boat* are running this morning and lo uled floats will start tonight. After the Postmaster’* scalp. Cincinnati, June 2. —The grand council of the Uuited I 'orttuiem.il Traveler*' a* -m iat ion adopted a resolution demanding of President Hamsun, in the name of the 250.UUU traveling men. the removal of I John A Plate, postmaster at <>*weg©, N Tally- f y place Is the editor of the Oswego rand will tie published in four volume*, of , Times and editorial! denounced the pro which two will be Issued at as early a date ft^lou as one composed of rake*, profli-as possible and the remaining two at a gntea. mashers and sedater*. later time Th# Meu Paris. June 2. loir* af Tailyrand. —The memoir* of Count Bismarck Engaged. London, Juie 2—A dispatch to The Chronicle from Pans say* Count Herbert Bismarck is engaged to marry the eldest daughter of Lady Dudley. Lafayette’* Tomb Darn rated PARI*. June I —Col Gourami of phonograph fain* laid a wreath upon the tomb of Lafayette Friday Two Pri-Mtui is Brr ah Jail. Rochester. N l, lune 2 —Two prisoners e*cap -d fr*oii tn*- (Ontario county jail at Can.4uiai .ua «m >itur«iay night. They are Roberto.- “Sp •» ' N.-»nari, k wellknown diameter, who * »- -erving a term for drunkenness, aud E* wnrd Wilson, in for petty lar eny    Lh* <*»». ape wa* made by sawing two oars from The window of a ce LL wi*h sums instrument. ( as t f ind MaJ- Kimball'* Assassin. J ACERO*, Mi.**, June 2 —Rube Smith, who ha* leeu sentenced to ten years in the -tate penitentiary for the Buckatuna train rolibery, ha* been on trial in the Federal court here upon the additional charge of robbing the mail car. The jury disagreed and were discharged by the court, stand mg seven for acquittal and five foT con Fiction. Governor Stone ha* offered $5U0 reward for the arrest and conviction of the assassin or assassin* of Maj. Kimball The tuurtler, which wa* connected with the robbery, is still shrouded in mystery MEN-LEMEiiS pUSNIEHIf)G •f|nODS. I tun I vs hit** *lu rtN, only (i*-ntlemen'. 73c. iml uin.lri*-.! whit.- Shirts, .mb .. Geuttomen-*    l;l,m.!ri.-.l    whit. (ientleim-n * 35c. linen Cuffs ,*«ly ‘'U8jH*Illlt*r<i only, Necktip?* only .... t i»*iitiFniFU s iii ii Up wen’a 4.'m‘. (ipnUempn’i 35c. Neckties on)> (lentlenien s 35c. Hritisli Hose Uentleniens Linen Collars (lenticmen's (>.”>c. Flannelette S (lentlfiiD ii'* i;:»(•. summer Urn!* rwear only Gentlemen s 12Jo seamless Hose utilj ........... . . 4 He ..(im* loc ..if** only . . . only ... flirts only ......Z-H! I 7c .......Uh- ......Ilk* >7 ami 3.ic ,.. 4He and De Rev Sam Smalt Will Mov# ta I’tah. (Ji.PFN, Utah. June 2—The Rev Sam Small, the Southern evangelist, has been elected president of the Methodist univer -tty in this city. He will move his family Here and make Ogden hi* future home This necessitate* severing hi* connection with the Southern Met holist conferen«*e and affiliating with the Northern Metho • Bats. Not Fern* Ut sd t< New York. June I—The abstrict labor inwpector* ar the barge office pr^vent«d seven glass blou r- from.lauding The men ail have ti ket-. for Gla sboro. N J. They auMwered lusjtectors’ (J nest nm s so glibly as to shew that th y bxtl iieen coached by some one OO ta# Ut der side. Their cases will be carefully investigated A t'oraer on Hickory.. Fort WATI*, Iud , June 2—The American VY heel tompauy of i'Btcago ha* pur-ehAscii White's wheel wurk* in this city. It is one of the largest VV lie# I luanufac-tiiries in the-tate. The sain# trust also control* N G. (>1<D Jk S*>us’ works of this city, and now o;«er;ttes fourteen plants It is said to have a corner on hickory. Arrival of I ss an (grail t s. Nkw York. June 2—There were l.fikfi immigrants landed at the barge office yea terday, *<U0 by the steamer R hart la. from Hamburg 74* by the steamer City of I Lie*ter, from Liverpool; 335# by the steamer Umbria, from liverpool; 21 by the steamer Tower Hill, from london Work Nus|M?u«led ai th# staatoa Min#. W ilk Ka- Bakra. Pa, June 2-The fire boooea at the Staotoo mine operated by the Lehigh and Wake* Barre Coal company reported the mines so full of gas a* to be unsafe. Wark was ordered suspended for the present. Gentlemen'* superior «|iiitlity finest collar buttons pt r dos , U Gentlemen's 12 Jo, linen finest Hand kerchiefs only... v\ ire Armlets only  .......... (’lift* Buttons only .  .............. Scarf Pins only.................. < ’ut!’ I folders only................ (ventleinen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's Gentlemen's 2 ae. at U\ :»oc. J ac. . ae lie 2 He 2.1c 10c ERII3 HTOHE, SPECIAL ANNOUNCtNi LM ‘(*R * A LF. I *r<» Im it. nu i rnpai I si ret-1 war f "to tit it #3 k. F'lurih -trvri. tot*. Mxittl, oil ■ I w*i. I liq mr# VV' TI A a, sud so»ai' ii Ag#ski Rig pitv. *u*M'ly w.H-k Until free. No rx|»«rt#m # »##«ii*<|.    .J.    Kl >,a>■ A flirxiv, Nursery alan. Rochester, N I ^ I DD DA RT A « >> Ic ? St, W«*hingfa»i., I* ( . * * |» J* *    **    i’o    nit    ii der Fatcat*, < arest# and Re G-iic* s#cur#iL Trad# Marks r#gt*t#r#<l Ail F*u*ut busine--oniiu*:!#'! for iu>*lcraU* E##-. I>tforin*U<rn. %'lvic# a ad sp«*cial r#f« rcnccs scut on request. to* i. tJM.wi can be eta* Ie working fur as. flnmaas prr-ivrred who can furnish aburst aad give their whole ie tu the tm»in< ss. *, ar*-ai. im-i in.o *r pi ant-ably rmpk>y*iJ also, A lew vt..im irs in loam* sad cities. B. F. KIHN SCMN A ( U„ <oui Main Si., K uh os on* t, Va. KE Hoi AL 4 Dr. i«#o k.. lita' khain Its- rctnovi*! bi- otto c Aint re*»<Ufacc lo No. Xtt I*<>vc .IriTt (it Fie ■ Hoi RH- l«» s. rn. lilt ti#mn; I |i at. till 4 p. Oft. quo'ta? foTOB'MMl sn'! Rcck'iay fumnc bv A p|* nu Hue ut. JUST RECEIVED A ( trlofid of tho— — FINEST and RAREST ROSES. St am rones YYi’cpmg Roses, Evergreens, Sffrubw. (limbers. Fruit and orn a mental trees N.*v#r before did you -mc trees m* nice and large as these are, I Anil -cli them very cheap. VY by do I sell then cheap? Because It w ill help lo improve the city and make it possible that after * <to# tune there will be no city or town in whole ( bain. County belier provided with flue trees titan Dunkirk Call at VAN DHRM Kl LKN’H GREEN HOUSE ( or Eagle and Seventh Hts. Dry q GODS A |ND CafiPlTS. sM.loo" ill buy 4£t |u.vc -tree! -a <*«n-c ii jeu I *-#«<• im bt'UCC ;rl'rl hf? |iri-«-c*. coal AU'! W'Mwi boun#, tiAtulnouic v.-r:iit*l.t ADU v t nil btl Ic, bnck At un ii ati'i 't«Y*i» bounc, * rccu .J.*, in aud a indow-. ni<<rnt -a lie- and outKide blind-; band -om*-t y paper'd, mw Iv muuIc*I lucid# aud mil, water and -ink in Ulcheu aud b droit fur lawn. Lot Mix Md, ac w sidewalks, fruit brees, garde* sod but lied A bargain. VY ANTED— AN %( TIV I VI V N for .-a Ii -C' UUB, *Al»r; AIT5 t»» * loo, to ?••* ally r< -pre •cut a Ancre—fwl N \ t oiupanv im* nrp>r a ic* I ut -uppiv Dry ti*««l-. ( loibuig. *l»oc-Jcwciry. etc., to cuocuaict - al • *»-i. A.-•> « t ad? of UCI, ’'alan O4o lo enrol! Mein*., .. Dow enrolled. IPS'.'SS* paid * it. I Inference** sichaBxet Empire ( u-uperati«e VssiH-iatmu credit well rated I "*A Box 41", Y. ROOMS TO RENT lu the Mi-rcluilib* Ii ink.Bnibt)ng C Inquire of Jacob H triller or Frank May. ADAM, UMM ANOSBSOH A VI KUH MN ll 1,4 HK H > i* NI .tin Street, Bu fi t llo. SECOND TO Our motto is:    * Son**." VV** wish in b uoto* iii \our service. X. V. NONE. Nim 'mil to second to Try us .sud CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has ju*t received a full liue of L nun ID KEBBl to tally in tho city, ami at prices that will pay V olt lo See him befoi * purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SI M-MER LINE OF Osford Tie; W e wish to I rn pre cs upon our our. hi town friends, in view of th# proposed change* in the tariff aud the pronaMe increase in the cost of nearly all kind* of dry tfo xls, that the mouth of June veilt be inofit.li for them to shop, yore never lower than they present in our store. If the proposed tariff bill price* must ^o ii p. jig: Prices are at (lasses, VVi .are WE HAVE THEM IN PAT-ENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA. WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TUI VININGS. WEA LH > II A V E A BEA I TIKI L PATENT LEA THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, STREET WEAR. FUR offering splendid bargain* in sateens and gingham* and summer wash fabrics of all kind* I he ba! nice of our spring *tock id chinks are selling cheap. VV e quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen’s blue mixed shirti and drawers in medium weights, at Ste. per knit. Gentle lieu 1 Balbriggan underwear, *dc per suit. Gentlemen’* blue angofa shirts and drawers at aik*, each. 40c. goods Ladies' Jersey vests a* low aa 10c. each Ladies’ balbriggan ve*N aith lace trimming, only I e:., worth 2f*c. Good yra Ie Jersey vests at 25c. ’each. VV bite and black lisle lb read Jersey vests at 75c each. Nilk v. st*, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably advanced if the tariff Is ch an/cd.    Our prices are much below even vnrr*tst nricea. and we are selling flue elotiaa, napkins, D Oyleys, tow* !*, etc , at rare bargains    - New styles iu parands. New style, in gloves. New fctyj#* in hosiery Headquarters in Buffalo for .Carpels, ftug*. Draping and upholstering fa iries. mao lldm and I nderan, 4 VIKKI) AN BLOCK, ii hi-40: m a / iV • n rn f. ti r BUFFALO N. V. CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Imrw»rter, .'MTS M XISI *T., BUFFALO, 3. T. DK AI. FR ttf Hifirnoml*,    VV'atcbcg aud Jewelry, Gkieks, ’-ilverwar#, Leather ii'K-fs, etc. FSURA Vt va, aOLti'f SU I KR PLA TIN SULLIVAN & SON, 2l3jCentre Street DO YOUD LAMP CHIMNEYS break? Y0^>G^L^wp°NC^S°»t ; THE RICHT OM ES ARE CALLED PEARL T O P MD ARE V»e    m *1 GE0 *    4*CBETK A CO.. PITTSBURGH. -I. Go to Monroe’s for Curtains anc! Fixtures A COMF1.ETR USB OF Holiday Goods .‘KU MAIM ST IC LMT, (a pout ie froqn.HW Flo«#l. ;