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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1890. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NEWS FROM ABROAD. A WOMAN'S RKJHT3 BILL REJECTED IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS. MAcirac tor ruii all ol (he latent aiiiliuoo u> Bf -Rhaalcal Department of LKXAUDKR-S and Wool Yard. A Central Avenue, opponte Nickel Plate e, oppont of burl AU Lumber. and Lath. Free and Soft foal. CorraaponUeneD lor whotaaala lola D OirVOBD, 223 anil Central A Ye. O. Artutic Photographer. iMlanlaneou. PbMocrapaa cf Babiea a specialty. UiMern not wait lor except tor ItOOK BnnDHT-JAaia IBVIMO, Ij priiftor, Nik. EL Second street, near Bul- Sta Mreet. buiiklrk, N. T. Magjumo, Mu PampbletB, bouutl 10 all styles. grumpily atteudeil to. AU wor B -S CKOCKEJtY UOVHC, SOS Central Avenue. Wouleaale and retail dealer in la. portal DoauMic China, Glaaawara, f 1HAUTAUUUA HOTEL, BaiM. tl per Livery anil Boarding stable in connection. Victor Rider, and 387 Lion street. BAJtaKR SHOP Nairle. Prop., Cniler Lake Snore National Bunk, corne: Confer and Thiril atreeta. A due atock and Domestic ugara. V> Ste (.enter eureet, Fnctical hone-eaoen. Particular attention Ulterlenng horiee. shoeing at J trotting norsea a ipecialty. IBK CTCNINU OB1CHVKK. Larxut Uaily in tie County. An unequalled meitium. UCNK1KK ENOtHUUUlie COKFAN1. r'ormeilj Sellnw A Popple. of Enginei, Boilers, Pullevn, UalUug ilangen, etc. Vorxiuin. Caauaga, and Machine Work to order. smjer vu_ -JIB, ami -20; Center street, Manufacturers of Uu unwell" anil perfect Biting Dram Soirta. Oa aale in all leaitiaa: furmiHiug olotllini and ilry booses m Dunkirk. Dr. TOOMET, 434 ami 436 Lion street, bealer in flour, reed, -alt. Bale. I fhoa- Etubuahod, ftuOMU. Dining Saloon, Union Depot. Kan; accent to all trains ami bua- laaaa bouaea. Beat accommuilatinna for Com- aMrcial Travelers. .lonn J. Murphy, Prop. E W and Ml tt. Tulnl rine rarnitnre. Cabinet Ware ami Uu- aoliiterlng. Picture Frameg nude to onler. If O. HATnSON CO, aul Central Ave., T aailere of Faahion and Gentlemen Outnttera. I I AKK1J. STKAJI HKATtNU txlZ aualactorera of Steam Heating Apparatus. Jamtarr numbing a Specialty. H OMB 8TKAJ1 LAUMURI. Oar apecialttea: Fine Shirta, lOc; Collar., la; inffa, 4c, and Lace Cnrtama. Kree Deliv- ery. A. W. Center street. K. OCHM. B. Tbirtl at., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine HBNHT WBULEB-S MEW STORK, IUH E, Third at. SUUonery. Municiai la auilWeealv Paoera ud everytbirir uertaiaing to a Brat HUM book' Suboo. Booka a JOB FeUMTIMe of every description anil at loweat living ratta by Linnairk Printing Company, ami hi E. secouii SL JH. VAN BOWCH SON, Fire Life, Accident and General imuranog. Deal- in Baal Eotale anil Loana, Parlicular attealKm paid to the care of uropert J collect- ag rente tc. Center 2nd floor. PHAJUULY, Central r. tor WaU Paper Pa.nl oila, Ac. Library Preaented to the City fcy Andrew Camegl. Form- ally Petition Mattkewi for the of Editor Parkea. LONDON, June house of lords featerday rejected the bill to enable women to serve aa members of county council'j. Wliile from the known conaeu- of opinion among the lords on this their action wati not suryriaiag, it wu still thought that the prenenceof Mine Cobden and Mian Conn in the Ixindon county council by virtue of popular elec- tion and the additional fact that BO pro- test against their being seated was lodged within the year aucceediag their election, would exercise greater influence over the obdurate There is now resolution before the houee of calling at- tention to the inclusion of women from the parliamentary franchise, and practi- cally a motion to allow women otherwise legally qualified to exercise thia privilege. Although not a> ancient nor aa time worn an the "deoeaaed wife's sister" bill thia mo- tion crops up from time to time and it la interesting to note Its growing strength, as it returns to its place on the parlia- uieut.ary table. .Siace women have voted for mem- bers of town councils and In the year in- tervening, the privilege of voting for acuool boards, poor law guardians and other local bodies has been added. The parliamentary committee also rejected the increment" clause in the bill providing for the widening and general luprovement of the Strand. CABNKGIK'S SITT TO ED1UBCHUH. The library presented to the city of Edinburgh by Andrew Carnegie waa for- mally opened yesterday. The opening was delivered by Earl Rosbery, who highly eulogized the donor and ex- pressed the and appreciation of the pulilic were to enjoy the advantages at the valuable- gift. AnklNi, FOK RIIITUK PARKED KELKA3K. A petition signed by a large majority of the journalists of Great Britain has been presented to Home Secretary Matthews, praying for the release of Mr. Parke, editor of the North London Press, who was aentunced on Jan. 14 to one year's im- prisonment for libeling Lord Huston in saying that his lordship was one of the visitors to the notorious house of Ham- mond, in Cleveland street. The petition declares the belief of the signers that Mr. Parke. Uas_ulreHdy been pun- ished for his offense; that the majesty of the law has beeu fully upheld, that the noble libelee been amply avenged for the imputation put upon aim and that no further good can be accomplished by pro- longation of Mr. Piirke's imprisonment. The Russian government has ordered the immediate addition to its military establishment of a new corps of flying cavalry and a further augmentation of ite fteld battery service. THE FKICT10N THK BOHEMIAN DIET. The action of Dr. Rieger, the leader of the old Czechs, and twenty other numbers of that party, in announcing their inten- tion of resigning their seats in the Bohe- mian diet, is due to the attitude in that body of the new Czech party, with whom Dr. Hieger and his followers cannot con- sistently act. Although ihe friction be- tween the two factions has increased rapidly of late, it has had no effect upon the preparations which have been in pro- CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. What tlie are In the and Kiiune. WASHINGTON, June number of petitions were presented to the aenata yes- terday, among them one from Nelson, praying (sarcastically) that all aoldiers over LOO years old shall have a pension oi ft a month. Referred. Further routine business having; been transacted, the silver bill taken up and Mr. Cockrull addressed the senate in opposition to the bill. At the close of Cockrell's speech the silver bill waa laid lie senate. Mr. Teller moved that the bill be printed and laid on the table. "Without reference to the tinanle com- asked Mr. Harris. "Without said Mr. Teller. It was so ordered. Mr. Vest in pursuance to the notice given by him last Saturday asked the senate to take up for consideration the bill reported from the select committee on the sale and transportation of meat pro- ducts "to prohibit monopoly in tbe trans- portation of cattle to foreign and stated as a reason why action should be taken immediately that the tariff bill (no he had been informed by a member of the finance committee) would be before the senate within a week. Mr. PI ;tt op- posed Mr. Vast's motion Mating tli.v bills for the admission of two states wtre of more importance and should be taken up first. A promiscuous discussion partici- pated in by several senators ensued. Mr. Stewart asked unanimous consent that on Friday next at 3 o'clock the senate shall vole on tbe silver bill audall amendments proposed. Tbe presiding officer, Mr. Ingalls, sug- gested that there should be a quorum present when unanimous consent was Mr. I give notice that when the bill is taken up to-morrow I will ask unanimous consent to have a time fixed for taking a. vote. After a discussion of the length of time consumed on debate over the silver bill Mr. Vest's bill was called up and a discus- sion of its provisions was carried on be- tween Mr. Vest, in defence of them, and Mr. Hoar and Mr. Hale in attack upon them. The bill provides that no clearance shall be granted to any vessels plying as a common carrier from the United to foreign countries, the owners, agents or officers of which stall refuse to receive in the order they may be offered, said vessel having storage room for them, and cattle for transportation to a foreign cattle being in sound condition, suitable for transportation, and the shipper tend- ering the reasonable freight charges there- for; or who shall make any contract or agreement creating a monopoly of the capacity of vessel for carrying cattle in violation of the law governing and regiikttinir, the duties and obligations of common carriers of cattle to the public and providing unjust discrimination be- AN OPERATOR'S MISTAKE i CAUSES A FBIQHTFUL LOSS OF LIFE IN MISSOURI. A HORRIBLE OUTRAGE. Men Sfttm In- jured and Fifteen Ram Hornea Killed Railroad Collision Sixteen Can Badly Wrecked Tne Accident Caiued by en Error In Train ST. Lotns, June At about yesterday morning train No. 2B, engine 388, collided one-half mile west of Warren- ton with a train, being run aa second sec- tion of No. 3. One of the trains had right palace boras cars loaded with race horws, en route from Latonia to Kansox City. The accident wan caused by an error in train orders. The second section of train No. 5 hod orders to run two hours and five minutes late, and the order delivered to No. 9H by the operator at Montgomery read two hoars and fifty minutes late. Seven men A fiend inn Upon a Woman In Minneapolis MKTSBAPOUS, June The Journal prints particulars of a horrible outrage that took place early Saturday morning in the heart of the residence portion of the city which have just to light. A brute enturud W. I. Smith's residence, 124 West Twenty-seventh atrwt, at 4 a. ro.. during Mr. Smith's ulwenne from the city. He blew out the light and then attempted to ravish Mv.i. Smith. The who had a 4-wwks-old baby nt her -He. fought desperately, and at' last successfully, though the brute braised her neck and breast terribly, and finally knocked her down. Fearing that her screams would bring in the neighbors he finally fled, taking only her gold watch and chain. Only a partial description of him has been ob- tained. Mr. Smith returned Saturday night and in the midst of the wife's re- cital to him she suddenly became a raving i o maniac and Hew at his throat, imagining in yk Seven men him to be her assailant. Yesterday she in charge of the horses were killed and was more rational and will recover. There is the wildest excitement in the neighbor- hood, and should the man be caught he will be lynched on sight. THE SPORTING WORLD. EVENTS OF INTEREST ON THE DIA- MOND AND RACE TRACK. tween shippers. fended the bill. air. Reagan also de- Mr. Hale moved to amend the bill by in- serting the words "not already contracted for in good faith by persons or parties having cattle for transportation at the date of such contract sufficient to occupy such storage room." Mr. Vest opposed the amendment and Mr. Hoar spoke in favor of it. The vote on the amendment was: Yeas, 10: nays, 23. No quorum having voted the senate without, further action on the amendment at ttdjourned. several others were injured. Engineer Shivelle had a rib broken; Fireman Par- nuns had a collar bone broken; Fireman Brown waa seriously injured about legs; Brakeman Norton wu slightly in jured. No other train men were injured. Engine 341 and two palace horse cars of the aecond section of train No. 5 and en- gine 388, and sixteen cars of train No. SB, were badly wrecked. Fifteen horses were killed. The company's surgeons at Mo- berty, Montgomery and Warrenton went to the scene of the accident. The following is a list of killed and in- jured: _ WILLIAM THOMAS, colored, Cynthiana, y. HENHY STONB, trainer of borax, Har- rodsburg, Ky. JAMES KELLY, Chicago. PRANK KEI.LV, Chicago. Eu SIMMO.VS, hostler, Lexington, Ky. MORRIS GBEEN, colored, Frankfort, Ky. SAMCEL DAVisis, jockey. Lexington, Ky. WILLIAM TAYLOB, colored, Covington, Ky., arm broken. LEE PARSONS, Wabaah, Ind., arm broken. J. E. N'ORTOS, brakeman, severely in- jured. LOOTS AUGUSTUS, colored, Harrodsburg, Ky., left thigh fractured. GEORGE HCRLEY, colored, Cyuthiana, arm broken. LEE BHUWX, Louisville, arm broken. MEERILL JOHNSON, colored, St. Louis, arm broken. MRS. COWLES MADE HAPPY. Her I nhnppy Hu.band Thinks He Will Die and Surrenders the Child. MONTREAL, June Cowles ab- duction case baa been abandoned. Yester- day afternoon Cowles called for the super- intendent of the General hospital and stilted he waa willing to surrender the chilli to his wife. Accordingly, he signed the following document in the presence of witnesses: TD Mme. Shnltzen and Ladles of the Sacred Heart: Please deliver my wile, Alice H. Cowles, our daUKluer, Florence Cowlus, without delay, and consider thia as ail annulment of my former order respecting child. EuoEra H. COWLKS. Judge Tail was seen and shown the let- ter. He considered that it settled the but adjourned it till this morning. Mrs. Cowles then communicated ARMOUR CO. GAIN A VICTORY. A Clear Title Established to Cove toil Salt Mining: Property. GRNESSO, N. Y., June an action tried here yesterday in Che supreme court, it is evident that Armour Co. of Chicago ntill lienire to aeunre pupsesnion of 400 of mining territory in West ern New York salt fields. The judgment rendered clears the title to the property, and it is understood that upon its success depended the action of Armour Ik Co. The suit wria to foreclose a mortgage there by cutting oft" a lease of the property held by the Valley Salt and Mica Mining company of New York city. This com- pany defended the foreclosure, claiming that the mortgage of from Stewart of York, Livingston county, N. Y., to his son. was without consideration. The decree of the court established the validity of the mortgage anil cuts off all linen anil incumbrances upon the property thus giving Armour Co. opportunity to procure a complete title to this valuable salt mining property near the great Retsof salt mine. Ke.nl Veeterdaj'e Game. IB Brotherhood, League and American AMociatlon The at St. Loula and New A Lively Glove Contwt Between Twa Buffalo At Philadelphia- Philadulpnia, 1 I 1 t S 0 S 1-U New York 1 0 0 0 I U U it- 3 MLi-Philadelphia New York 7. Errors-PbilajleliihiaU. New York :l. Knell and Cruel; Ewing and Vaiufhu. Umpires -Knight Jones. At Brooklyn 1 Boston n II 1 1 i i) BUSH Bruoklyn a, Boston III. Errors- Bruoklyn 7. Weyhlnu and kinnlow: Uuley and Kelly. Umpires- MattheMnj and Ounulng. At Buffalo 0 11 0102400-7 Clevclaud 0 U 0 1 a :l 3 2 '-14 Base lilts -Buffalo s, Cleveland 13. Erroi-s H, Clevelau.! 2. Batteries Haddock, Krock and Clark; Mc- Gill anil SuyUn-. BurneB g.nd Oafrnev. At Plltsburif II Children, 50e. Our new Corsets fo.... A Special drive in Ladies' full all silk black Jersey Mitts, worth 35c., our price ouly. ,9 Latest shipment, a lot of Ladies' warranted" best'fast black Cotton Hose, superior 40c only 25c __ V Chicagu 0 0 Base 10, Chicago 4. 2, Chicago S. imd Quiuii: ana Far- rel. I'molres Ferguson auil Holbert. NATIONAL At Philadelphia- Philuilelphiii... ose, war- wa' and Children's best fast black Cotton ranted absolutely stainless, double only Ladies' liHc. Balbriggan Hose, only......... Gentlemen's Flannelette all styles, 33c., 37c., 4lc., 43c. and 48c. each. 50e. Window Screens, only 25 and 28c. Leave your or- ders for early delivery. 0- 1 FOR PROTECTING FISH AND GAME. Meeting of the New York State Elected. ROI-HK.STER, Y., June the an- nual meeting of Hie state a-swiciaf.ioQ for the protection of fish and game held at Lyons last evening these officers were elected: President, Thomas H. Stryker of Rome; first vice pn-siilnnt, W. S. Gavitt of I.yoiiH; second vice president, H. L. of t'ticn: recording secretary, John B. Sage of Buffalo; corresponding secre- M. R. Hingham of Home. After a lebate lasting nearly two hours rtome was chown a- tin- place to hold the next con- vention by ii vote of 55, against for Buffalo and 13 for Syracuse. A resolution was unanimously adopted that the State Sportsmen's association ask tbe game commission, which, is to report to the next li-icislature, to incorporate in the st.iitntH which it will submit that no more ir.-une be killed in this state for the market. II 0 o 1 0 0 NewYurk...........I) II o II II 0 1 U Blue 7, New York 8. Philadelphia U, New York Batteries- lileauim ami Clements; Hualu and Buckley. and At Bruoklyn- Brooklyn.............I) 0 3 0 0 0 4 II Boston...............1 0 II 1 1 0 (I U Base Brooklyn 4. Boston 7. Brooklyn H, Huston :l. Batteries- Terry and Buahontt; Nichols and C'inclnuaii .........2 n a o o U 2 Flttabnrii.............0 u Cincinnati K. Hlttsburif 5. Clni'iunuii :i, :J. k-s- liraj ai.d D, fker: huiuesanrt Har- At 'h polled o Hr AJ1EHU AN t York l :'land ISSoriATlON. post- The Price of Sugar Drop.. SAX FRAN-CISCO, June The applica- THE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, June the house more with and she received the news with Toy" i tion ot and others to restrain Cowles' condition is quite serious, e superior court from the gress for some time to hold a grand Husa yesterday, on motion of Mr. Comstock of ing from celebration in July in which project all Czechs are invited. AII over Bohemia organizations are since he is snffer- .-umption. "If I die." he follows: "Directing the purchase of silver Kirmmsg to do honor to the memory to bullion and the issue of treasury notes John HUBS, who was burned at the stake thereon, and forother purposes." at Coustauio on July 18, 1845, for heresy, i Mr. Lixige of Massachusetts offered a It in the intention to make the demonstra- i resolution directing the secretary of the tion the greatest gathering of Czechs ever treasury to inform tbe house whether it is assembled and Czechs will be chosen true that the Cunard Steamship company from all parts of Bohemia as delegates, to on Saturday last refu.sed to obey the go to Conxtanio and perform a religious orders of the United States officers to giv  UoanraJ Insurance and Meal btaie Fire, Lite, Accident, auil Live stock Pruiiipt attandoa Kivnn to bnyuu aad Heal tiuas o. JUHBS. 75 E. Third it. ear. IMer. Meai Market. Frean, Salt and sauaagen. Oyaten ui.. ATCMJW, tiif Aurora lUilrnau Walen. JteciainnK a apevlalty. .-itapt. Wit. Tb.ir.1 M. Kercheat Tailor. 1d Cental REWARD! WK will oay loraay case ul Liver Complaint, .Sick Oeadacaa lu.dig.MUon, or Cuelireneae we t with Wml-a Uver Pilla. wnen the stnotly compiled Tke> are purely Vegetable, and oever fail Sir Jumes said the govern- to the 1.500 spectators assembled how manouevre on the fleld of battle. meut had not received a copy of the bill, The troops were deployed in skirmish line but luui been informed that it contained advanced and retreated, rallied and no important alterations. treated i as they advanced and Mr. Dillon moved to adjourn in order to tiring a.- they rallied. In all over 10 000 call attention to the danger to public rounds of ammunition were used. The peace, owing to the violent and illegal sight was a grand one and so rapid was the action of the police officials in Caahel and diacharire of musketry at times that one Tippeniry. He challenged Mr. Balfour to could well imagine himself in the heat of state his reasons for proclaiming meet- battle Last night at 8 o'clock the mor- iug at New Tipperary, and declared that tar practice took place from a battery he would address meetings of Irishmen at made up or from mortar every opportunity, at the same time coun three eight-inch and three of ten-inch seliug the people against bloodshed. The target was a red buoy located in the Mr Balfour said that an adequate force river at a point near Target hill had been to Tipperary, and if any- _________________ thing serious should happen there those TWO Caae, of Yellow Fever. Mr. Gladstone supported Mr Dill Seneni1 ot the Marine hospital service baa charge of the United lost. The. house theu went into committee on thai lain! purchase bill, but immediately there- alter rose and reported progress. Obt.lnlns a Penaton bj Fraud. PHILADELPHIA, June Conro -Maryland Volunteers, who was killed in battle in 18tw, waa yesterday placed Jl.ouO for trial on the charge of fraudu- lently obtaining a pension from the gov- ernment by swearing that she had not States quarantine station at Chandeleur Island, La., corroborating the report of yellow fever there. The report says that the British -hip Avon at Windsor, Nova Scotia, arrived at the station forty days from Rio de Janeiro, in ballast, with two sick, one of whom died shortly rard, and the other patient is being prospects of recovery. marrieil. in May, 1888, and the last pension by Mrs. was in March last, when swore that she had not remarried. to alaUta Harbor. tar Lack of Evidence. examination of Storekeeper Layden and his assistant, Murdock. of the steamship City of Chicago yesterday afturnoon. resulted in Layden'i discharge for lack of evidence against him and the holding of Murdock for the action N S., Jane of the grand jury. vMted thia city yeaterday afternoon. Tne harbor wu Iwhed Into fury of anchored in the atnam their anchon more or law. Belgian Glaaa Depart. rw YOKK, June Belgian glass blowers, whom the Umbria refueed feenndonly by JOHN c. WEST ico. gold b) HoxBOf! PBABJI4C1.D kirk, H.T. I THE WB AMP CHIMNEYS SET THE WRONG SOOT TH- _- M PEARL TOP 4NO ARE Hale was released yesterday from prison in charge of two officers, and is stopping with his friends at the Windsor hotel. They Do Mot Advocate Prohibition. NEW YOKK. June fifty tem- perance women who do not approve po- litical methods in temperance work formed an organization yesterday at the Allen house on Broadway. Mrs. James Firman, wife of a prominent Republican was elected president: Mrs. E. M. Vau Brunt, Mrs. Weed and Mrs. Evans, vice presi- dents: Miss Fairmnn. secretary; Mrs. G. H. Holiien, treasurer. -VtissE. J. Phinney of Cleveland and Miss C. C. Alford of Brooklyn were the speakers. The ladic-s fnvor woman suffrage, butiio not -upuort the prohibition consti- tutional amendment, and do not advocate prohibition in any way. American Sugar Refining company through a receiver was granted by the su- preme court yesterday and the refinery will resume businass independent, of the receiver, who was appointed at the time the court decided its charter forfeited for the trust. This state of affairs will continue pending the decision of the appeal from the decree of forfeiture. One effect of the decisiou was to throw IB.OOO barrels of suirar on the market. The price of granulated was reduced from to b% cents per pound. .1 1 U 5 II 0 i 3 0-13 ............'i i I il 1 2 a 1 Is- Hl-iH.klyii 111, IK. lirimulyii T, .Syracuse H. Mattimore and Toy; Keefe ami I'her. 5 0 1 II 0 II 1 9 ..........ii ii :i u o o u u u- 3 Hocliester 7, 7. lllUT, ..id Fitzgerald anil Mcliulre; ANNOUNCEMENT VU UKKKua WUITNBV, man, Itoclienter. N. V. .-----l-'O., Patent Attorneys, 013 Ttu Marln regiaternit. All I'au-nt mh a hursc anil (five ilieir whole veiiieuts-rmnii coal ami wood banilnome vcriiula au.1 waubiile, winilow., utorm Hashen an, ulBi.le blu.iln; painted inside and out. water and tltclieii and Ii Uwil. t.i.t A luul WAMTED--A.N AlTIVK MAN tor nidi section, .Salary In ililo l.i liwallv re- N. V. c oinmmv au.1 tn supply Jewelry, to f uict, Italary to fnnill iinw eimilleil, (liHI mill n, i femices euchaniteil. l o-operatiVH (i-.n-iTitwell rateili Loi-k H.ix illll, At l.miiv ;.li> LoufsvUle-t'oluiulms uaniu poetponni: At M. Louis- St. Liinis-Toledo game post- poned; wet grounds. NEW YOHK sT.vra At JnhnMou-n .folinstuwtt-lTlovem'ille 11. Troy 12. Al Oneoutii Oneiinto Albany il. Li-ikry. 10. Four hundred American Steam Engineers. UTICA. June 10. New York State council. American Order of Sreiim En- hi-ld its annual rawing in this The cuustir iitioti was re- adoijted. The prin- city vised and new _ _ cipal officer-! elei-ted were: lirand chief enainwr. John W. Teller Utica: grand re- cording engineer. H. D. Burt, Home; grand corresuundinic engineer, A. W. Rad- ley. L'tica. In the evening a banquet was given by Keeler council, N'o. 4 of L'tica. Trial of NEW YORK, June who had refused to questions were arrH-iij: sioner i Obntrnctors. persons n-vvtr the census before Commi: In mnet the trouble was shown to have been due to misapprehensions and the prisoners were (lischaixeil afr.tr ausivuring the tions before the commissioner. In a few cases the prisoners held for further investigation. AuotLer batuh of recal- citrants will be arraiuuctt Collector Krhnrd Congratulated. YORK, June 10. Windom has written Collector Erhard compliment- ing him and .Surveyor Lyon upon the marked increase in the collection of duties on passengers' upon the wharf at this port for the ,iro months, as com- pared with the collections from the same source for the corri'spi Hiding months of last year. The increase is 38 per cent, per capita in April and 59 per cent, per capita In May. _________________ The Orerdne Steamer NEW YORK, June agents of the French Steamship line do not think that the vessel in distress sighted by the An- choria Sunday morning was the La Bour- ;ogne. If it was they think she would have irrived here before this time. On the other hand dipt. Campbell of the An- cboria is positive that it was the LaBour- gogne and says she signalled her number n response to his Hotel Burned. WILHSS-BABBE, June 10. The Trem- >ath hotel was burned late last night. One guest, W. P. Bombangh. was burned to death. Mrs. the landlady, and her stepdaughter, Miss Annie Wilson, were seriously horned and otherwise in- Died from Hydrophobia. NEW YORK, June French-Can- adian, aired 30. Edmund Corriveau.a farm laborer ..f Harrisville, H. I., died yesterday nt Bi'llrviie hospital of hydrophobia. He came hert> to treated by Dr. Gibier ac- cnniinif to the Pasteur method, but the maliuiy waa too far advanced. Paroxysms began at 9 o'clock yesterday morning and lasted until p. m., when death resulted from exhaustion. A Brooklyn Theatre Burned. BROOKLYN, June Hytie Beaman's Pl..My Kremmn 1 BcFFALo, June sports witnessed a glove contest Paddy Brennan and Mike Leary, two lo- cal heavyweights, at the Travelers' club last night. The fight was for law, the winner to take all. Brennan was sec- onded by Mike Boden and Ike Farrell and weighed 170 pounds, while Leary was looked after by Billy Baker and Jim I ilynn and tipped the scale at 180. Jerry Donovan was chosen referee. Four-ounce gloves were used. The tight was awarded to Brennan after seventeen rounds of tierce lighting. Morris Park Race.. NEW YOKK, June race yester- day, ,M mile: Lima first, Rheingold sec- ond, Kilrue third: time, Second race, Jj mile: Lord Dalmeuy first. Khines second, Extra Dry third- time, r ROOMS TO RENT In Ibe Me Inquire of Bank Biudling. Jacob.Wirtner or May. There is no better place to buy Roses, Stam-roees weeping-roses, all kinds of fine ornamental plants, coir us geraneurus, tomatoe and cab- bage plants, than VANDERMEULEN'8 GREEN Cor. Eagle and Seventh Sti. AMBHIC.VN BLOCK. Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just reci'ivoii a full line of Third race, miles: Dundee first, theatre on Adams street was burned shortly after midnight lost night, together with the Arbuckle building and the Ger- munia Savings bank building on Fulton street, in rear of Hyde Beaman's thea- tre. The loss will probably exceed 000. The Park theatre adjoining the Ar- buckle building was somewhat damaged. A Tnie Bill Against Lynchers. COLI-IIBIA, S. C., June The Lexing-- tun uriinil jury yesterday brought in a true hill against F. C. Cansrhman and Pierce Taylor for the lynching of Willie in jail last, month. Indictments will also be handed in to-day against Graham and others for subordination and perjury in connection with the Leaphart Athletic Grounds for Harvard. BOSTON, June Henry L. Hig- ginson has presented twenty acres of land to Harvard Thin land adjoins seventy-five acres of marsh land alre. y owned by the college nnil will be asturr.- ing point from which the marsh land will be filled in and the ninety-live acres be de- voted to athletic purposes. Rover second, Jack Rose thirii; time, Fourth race, T mile beats: Lisimony Brat, Vosburg second, Eleve third; time, and Fifth race, mile: Highland Lass first, Priscilla second, Servitor third; time Sixth race, t mile: Tenny first, Cassius second, Sir Dixon third; time, Karen at St. Louln. ST. Loris, June race yester- day, 1 mile: Castaway flrst, Harry Glenn second, Kharton third; time, Second race, miles: Tenacity flrst, Rhody Pringle second, no third; time, Third race, the Debutante stakes for year old fillies; X mile: Rosa first. Anue Elizabeth second, Onlighc third; time, S'.s.'i. Fourth race, 1 mile: Sulie B flrst, Out- look second, Ratalpha third; time, Fifth race, miles: Cecil B first, Hyp- ocrite second, Mary K third; time, HATS MS Equal to any in the city, aui at prices that will pay you him purchasing. Bonds Issued by the Xew York Central. NEW YORK. June board of directors of the New York Central Rail- road company have authorized the issue of 4 per cent, gold debenture bonds, interest payable June 1 and Dec. 1, principal due in 1905. The proceeils of the bonds will be used for settlements and equipments. The Old Scale Reaffirmed. PITTSBCRG, the session of the Amalgamated convention yesterday the old scale of for boiling iron was reaffirmed. As this scale for boiling is taken as a basis and remains unchanged, it is to be inferred thnt very slight if any change in the remainder of the scale will be effected. Killed HI. Wife and Shot HlmMU CHICAGO, June Montag, aged -J7. shot and killed his wife, aged 48, and fired a bullet into his own Inng at 196 North Clark street yesterday. Owing to Montag's bad habits his wife had left him and failing to induce her to return to aim Rued. The loss on building and furniture he committed tha crime. Montaa cannot i Corbett Will Fight for the Belt. NEW YORK, June a letter from California in regnril to the challenges issued to him by Slavin, Kilrain and Jack McAuliffe, James J. f'orbeft says that his hands are tied nt prcseut as he is under contract with the Olympic club until next May. He says he will fight for the Police Gazette championship belt next summer, no mutter whether John L. Sullivan re- tains it or not. Ball Players Held for the Grand Jury. BOCHKSTKB, June members of the Rochester and Athletic baseball clubs who Were arrested yesterday morning by the Iroudequoit authorities and taken be- fore Judge Coy to answer the charge of Sabbath breaking in playing ball on Sun- day at Windsor Beach, were held in 1101) each to await the action of the grand jury. Bismarck Hopeful for Germany's Fntvre. LONDON, June Bismarck, in an interview with a correspondent of The Telegraph, expressed his opinion, that Chancellor Capri vi was a "perfect gentle- highly praised Emperor William and declared himself to be extremely hope- ful for Germany's future. A FUhcrmaa Killed by the Can. YORKSHIRE CKMTBB, N. T., June While nshing from the railroad trestle at Lime lake yesterday S. Bndson was struck by the local train going north at aad killed. He wu bachelor, aged 91. aod made home We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: ''Second (o None." We wisli to be second to none in your service. Try us and We wish to impress upon oar out of town friends, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff and tbe probable increase in tbe coat of nearly all kinds of dry goods, that tbe month of June will be .TUB mouth for them to were never lower than they are at present in our store. If die proposed tariff lull pricus must go up. We are ottering splendid gainH in sateens ami gingliatna and summer wash fabrics of at) The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We cjuote the following in underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed ihirU aod drawers in medium at 50c. par suit. Gentlemen's Balbriggao underwear, 'JOc. per unit. Gentlemen's bine angola drawers at 25c. each, 40c. Ladies' Jersey vesta u low H lOc. each. Ladies' balbriggan with trimming, only 15c., worth Hie. Good grade Jersey at 25c. ,'ncfc. White and black lisle thread Jcntj vests at T.JC. each. Silk rests, all colors. 7.V. each. Linen pricts will be considerably ad- Tanceil if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, ami we are floe napkins, D'Oyleys, towels, etc.. at ran bargains New stylos in paranoia. New style in New styles in hosiery. Ueailquartenin Buffalo 'orfCarputa, inga? Draping aod upb< Adai lldm ami tMEBICAR BUKK, MAltT BUFFALO. M. t. Manufacturer and ImporUr, M4 BvrrALo, m. )iamouds, and Jewelry, Clocka, Silverware, Qood Watches SQRA nira. GOLD 4 an. tot ___ A COMPUTE un or Holiday MAIM 8TRKBT, BUFFALO, W. T. 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