Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 10, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer June 10, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX B HEP NESE!VTA TI VE USINESS HOUSES NEWS FROM ABROAD. WOMAN S RIGHTS SILL REJECTED IN THE HOUSE Of LORDS. CONGRESSIONAL NEWS tUI Ute    Ltflitston    mr    rn Im th* Va«u am ti ^»u*e DUNKIRK N. V. TUESDAY. JUNE IO, 1890.__ ' THE SPORTING WORLD. NO 90 AN OPERATOR’S MISTAKE A horrible outrage. A Fiendish OF DUNKIRK. A NKW Kl I.IN*. K ll HINK lur mini , *U km<ti •»! blank* i* UM- itlMt mkIiImv **< Ar M i hno.ini Department of Duoktrk|Pnatinit^oiiip«av | “a LIXAMUBKI UMI and I retral Avrune. opposite Nickel rlau-9«)iOi Ail fra-lr* of Hard anti mutt, ' W <4| Lumber. “iou# •** tail l-aib. r ree 4 -lit - LurwiKtn-lnucr tut •ut un UNI. wLuimtnie iota 1> K. GIFFORD. SS. an.! SS. taalTAJ Af* I J. A ru it ti.- p tn -ti rn plier    I tut tan bant* >u» rbufofripiM tit Urn ut tem rn *fx*c.alty. fit!rn airt wa. I fur *ut)*tiia« rn tempi lur Ii uok HiNbr.kV -J tau pmruu . kit. Ik K. I av I at*. Bro yi'uuil •inset. near Bu( tato * inert, Dunkirk, A. T HKi/inn, Mu •ic, Pauipbit-ut, etc., imuu I in Ail »4rir*. or-lar*-pruapUt *iu-i.<lni la. All w«rk guar*# lee-1. B tXCMkK’l < KIN It KHY UUiltK, tup-Cen Uni A venae. Wnutenant un! re lac k*kr is I* purled aa-I HiacaUc I (baa, it la** war*, A* . ClMAlTALyl A MUT EL. J    Male*,    Si    per    lay. Ll far t amt K-un -ti ug 4 La Itta in •-un acetum. Victor Eldar. SIS and JST Lu >n siree L ti IT I HtkHkK KMtlF »    i    na*.    Magic.    Prop,. Under I Ake xl».*re Sat.* mal Hank. •orort center and Tbir-i street*. A bac *to* A oi futciga and Doui**uc t -gara. He.* ELIM A MUN, ■fife « rn tar street, ractu-ai bor*e aborra. Particular aUeatum * Ut intrrfrriag bora**- shoring ut road A trotting bon** a specialty D U M El KE ACY FN I NU OH1KKI EK. Largest Doily in tba Conaty. Aa unequalled advertising medium I) I NEI Kk FNGlN KICKING CUM PAM t ► •-nuttily “el Jew A Popple. Maaufacturrr* of augure*. Boner-, Pulley*, Skafuag Hanger*, etc. Pattern*, S'urging*. Coati ag*, ami alai bier Work to or* tar. I ii .NAI KE * M I KT Ct*.. MIR, MI yj Cen Irr a tree I, M Atm (nr lurer* ' Xna wen”    ** L-r-a* Ut; r ta. and “Dunkirk’ arni ar. Of UM perfect - Ultra* ta. i rn aaie in ail leading furniabmg. '.ioUi.ag aud -try gouda boiiaaa in Dunkirk. l».r TIM* ME V, CM and CKI Lion airret, Dealer in V lour, leei, -ait, Bated Hay, Pin** skate*, eh*. Katabnalicd. iii?. K KIL H«»t LI. amt Dining Saloon, Union Depoe Loaf ace#*# to ail train* ami bu* bouse*. Brat scoots ut** tau* rn* lur Coot-oer-'iai fraveler*. lobo J. Murphy, Prop. K i i«t ate* rn etc, kl aud an IC. Third street. kine Furniture, I abt net Ware ami U p-•oi» taring. Picture Frame* mn ie to on lr r. H\u- MA'FT ESM IM A CU.. All Central Af*., Loader* of Fa*ni»a ami lien tic men ou Id Iters A KELI. * TK A M H KA TI Mi* UL it an u tar Curer* of -tram Heating Apparatus Sa a I ta r* Plumbing a specialty. H OME 1TKAM LAI M1*KV. Our apn-iaitie*:    Fine    “hi rte, Pie; I oilara, Ic; Loft. ic. and lun e I urtmu*. Free Deli? wry. A W. Lu in un aga, IN? CMM ti K. HF HW. - E Third ti, cor of Buffalo in ulaclurer aud dealer a Flue Ii-n u A *a<«* J' UH PKI* TI Mi. of every lce'ripboa anil at low eat it .tag rates by Dunkirk Printing t ompnuv. s amt hi k second Se JH. % AM HL KEM A A-1 idem and General •r« in Real Balate ami I attention paid to the carr ag rent* Ac. IIH Leu lei MUM, Fire Life. iu*urao.*t. Deal- ' •am. (‘articular : collect- j of property ii. lad 4-Mir. VI UM KOK a PH IKM Al V, ♦UU Central A fen im Head«4uartar* tor Wall Paper Pa.at aOil«. Ac. | itKklNN, J. W, r    jim center afreet. Man nfacliirer and -leaier in Hat ar**, Sa-ldle*. Bridle*. Collar*, Trunk*.»kp*. Buffalo ti.>brw, Hor*# Cover* cloves Mate us au-t sieigtt Robe* I*. at HULT EM. 17 Faut Third street, IT aabiooam* Tailor. »Mf a Ueuie u will dad it to their advantage hi •In* wham. •all on me before purchaain* u M. I AKI A WL I .    JXI    Lute street v*enerai liar-1 Warr, While Lea-i.otia.Paiaier’* -uppue*, Oil Cl- th*, ii ran te Wore A special IT f aprrwiaW-lliaa* Pa. ut iud Monroe range. Ill LING. a.lek a* bi* Ilk-books, ledger*, sal EY an kind* of blank* lone at Dunkirk Printing Company, Ti An*! til K. second mc Kl DDI PH HUI.lllLMi.tr EK. cor. Third ami Buffalo sw, Dealer » uran.u*, Maline * aggiag ami Building atone. Call un me before buying your ante-walk tai.Et R A WL 7 and a East Front treec W a.ak *, W mea. Brandle*. ir-io*rai Liquor alure for Family Usa. UHEK1 M MAV. [\,    Lout    street.    Mar    lac    lr    pot. Boar* ting, Male, * etal and Ll aery a tabla. Mtabhng by the -lay or week an reasonable la rut*. WAH 4. LirroKI*. All eau Ca J Af*. (Up ^ .Uir*.. uenrrai I imam nee au-i beal axiate .. *euL Bim. Lite. A - - ideut, and Life stock im»uran.ce. I Turn pl attention gif sn to buying end selling ii cal belate Library P resew ted t* *be City M Edinburgh By Andrew I areegfe Formally opened — J ourwell*t* Petltlan Mo aa* gee ret ary Matthew* fee th# Eelewee od Editor Par hee. LoVDO*. June Ul-Th. hon## of lords y cafe rd av rejected th* hill to en a bl* wo rue ti to serve aa member* of county council* White front the known cooboo sui* of opiuiou among th* Ionia on thw •ubjoct. their art iou wan not aurprtniug. It wa* null thought that the presence of Mine Colaiea aud Mia* Coo* rn th# 1a>d«1oo county council by virtu* of popular alae Uun aud th* additional fact that no proteat against their banig *eat*d wa* lodge*I within th* year auccwediag their election, would exert;ut* greater influence over th* obdurate peers There ut now a resolution before the house of co in rn ou* calling at teutlou to the wacluaion of women from the parliamentary frame blae and Pr*c^*~ calif a Bioipiu to allow woman of her wise legally *4* tall lied to e Ar rt;Lse this privilege. Although not aa ancient uor aa tim* worn a* th* Mcowawwd wife’* atater’’ bill thia motley crops up from tim* to tim* and It la m tern* ting to note I ta growing ffrti#*. na It ret urn* to it* place on th* parti* tueufarv table Smc* lbTJ women have voted for mem ber- of to WU councils aud in the year in I terveiuug the prtviUga of voting for } school Uatnln. p**or law guardian* aud other I* Mal bo* I ie* ha* been added Th* parham. utar\ committee al^i rejected the unaarued iucrement’’ claus* in th* bill t*rovuliug for the widening aud geuarai I upruvemeut of the sHrami CAHNkliik* OI FT To IDIMBC KOH. The library pnawruted to the city of L»l i.j burg ti by Andrew Caruegi* wa* formally opened yesterday The opening adure** aaa delivered by Earl Ruabafff, who highly eulogized the donor and e* P.WAKW.1 the t bunk' and appreciation iff th* public w ho Were to enjoy th* advantage* of the valuaLl* gift. C>ai\*» Fob ElMToK PAKKE’a KELRAAK. A petition Higue«i by a large majority of the journalled of Great Bn Cai a ha* been pre- ated to Home Secretary Malt hews, praying for the release of -Mr lark*. editor of the North London Pre** who wa* sentenced on Jan lh to one tear a un prtaonineut for libeling Loni Euatoo in •vmvmg that hi* lordship wa* one of th* riattore to the notoriou* house of Ham m**ud. in Cleveland -greet Th* petition declare** the belief of the -.igner* that MT. Parke h*a alren.iy lawn •«®ci*ntly pun^ is bed for Iii a olfeuse. ti.at the majeety of the law ha* beeu fully upheld, that the noble lib*la* ha* been amply avenged for the imputation put upon nim ami that no further good eau be accomplished by prolongation of Mr Park* a imprisonment. The Busman government ha* o*d»W* the immediate addition to it* military establishment of a new corps of flying cavalry and a further augmentation of it* fleld battery service. TMF. FHI* TIOM IM TMI BoHiHlAN PITT. Th* act iou of Dr Rieger, th# leader of the old Usee ha. and twenty other mein ber* of that party, in announcing their turn of resigning their seat* in the Bohemian diet. ta due to the attitude in that body of th# uew Larch party, with whom Dr Kleger and hi* follower* cannot con •intently act. Although the friction be tween the two faction* ha* inc re—ad rapidly of late. it ha* bad no effect upon the preparation# which have beeu intPro* gn-a* for some time to hold a grand Hum celebration in July in w hich project all Care ha are invited Xii over B< hernia organ I ration* are forming to do hotter to the memory to John Hums. who wa* burned at th# stake at Uougamo -rn July HL 1*45. for heresy It in the lutcutton to make the demonstration the greatest gathering of Clecht ever awembled ami Tun Czech* will be eb.wen from all part* of Bohemia a* delegatee, to go to Coontailio and perform a religious Hu*a duty before the statue of the meet yr THE DUTY ON CUTLERY. Tfce Eire** af the IscrewMed Duty l>t*-caased la lite British Partisans*. LUNDON, June LU.-In the house gf com mon* last uight Mr. C. E. Howard Via-cent. u ie in I-er for Sheffield, referring to j the a* t of lite American house of represeu tat I vee increasing the dune* on cutlery, Un plate and other article* of British **- i port, inquired concerning the bail effect which the approval of the senat* would j hare upon Sheffield. Beiiaat and other places in the British empire He also aahed if th# government still maintains thru the free import system of th# L tilted state* precluded it* instruction of Sir | Julian Pauucefote, British minister At VV aaliiugton. to represent to the American government the injury which the pending legislation would do to the induatry of a friendly power which laat year gave a free market to ffW>‘FW.UbU worth of American gtaals, Sir J aine# Eergusaon said the govern nieut had not received a copy of the bill, out had been informed that it contained no important alterations Mr Dillon moved to adjourn in order to call attention to the danger to public prate, owing to the violent and illegal action of th# police officials in Cashel aud Tipperary He challenged Mr Balfour to state his reason* for proclaiming the meet lug at New Idpperarv and declared that hr would address meeting* of Irishmen at every opportunity, at th* sam* time coun sr ling the people against bloodshed. Mr Balfour said that au adequate force had beeu -en* To Tipperary, and if auf thiug serious should happen there tho*# w ho defied the proclamation of th* govern meat would br held responsible Mr. tiladstotk# supported Mr Dillon, but the miters motion wa# lost Tba W ami I mo Toll, June IE—A number of petitions were presented to the sen at • yea terday. among them one from Nelson. Neb praying nsarcastically) that ail «*-soldier* over ion year* old shall have a pension of «tf a moat h Referred Further routine hm-mesa having been transacted th# silver bill wa# taken up and Mr Cockrell addressed the *cuat* in opposition to the bill. At the close of Mr Cockrell’* -pt-ech th* hwwv- siiger bill wa* laid before thesenata Mr Teller moved that the bill bt* printed and laid on the table “Without reference to tine ttuauH? com mitt***” anked Mr Hams “Without reference. ’ said Mr Teller It was so ordered Mr Vest in pursuance to th* notice given by him laat Saturday asked th* •teuate to take up for consideration the bill rep jrted from the select committee on the sale and transportation of meat products “to prohibit monopoly in the tran* portal iou of cattle to foreign count ne*. aud stated im* a reason wrhy action should lie taken immediately that th* tariff bill (so he had beeu informed by a member of the (inane# committee; would be twfore the seuate within a week Mr Pl rt ap po«ed Mr Vent a motion Hating th;, bdls for til* admission of two state* w*-re of more importance and should be taken up first A promiscuous -lim Mission part id pated in by several senators ensued Mr. Stewart asked unanimous consent that on Friday next at S o'clock the senate shall vote on the silver bill aud all amendments proposed The presiding offl«-er Mr Ingalls, tug gested that there should be a quorum pre**-tit when unanimous consent was asked Mr Stewart—Thru I give notice that when the bill is taken up to-morrow I wnii unanimous consent to have a tim* fixed for taking a vote. After a discussion of the length of time * consumed ou debate over the silver bill Mr Vest s hill wa* called up and a discus Aion of its provision* was carried on be-I tween Mr Vest. in defence of them, aud I Mr Hoar and Mr Hale in attack upon j ! them. The bdl provides that no clearance 1 *hall be granted to any vessel* plying aa a I common earner from the L nited State# to I foreign countries, the owners, agents or ' offi.en of which ai all refuse to receive in the order they may be offered, said vested having storaue room for them. and cattla for transportation to a foreign country.th* : cattle being in sound condition, suitabl# , for transportation, and the shipper tend eriug the rea»«>uabl# freight« hurge**therefor; or w ho shall make any contract or agreement creating a monopoly of th* capa* ny of sal I vessel for carry ing cattle in violation of the law governing and regulating the duties and obligation* of cuinmuu earner* of cattle to the public aud providing unjust discrimination between *hi|»fw*r*. Mr Beagan also defend** I the bill. Mr Hale moved to amend the bill by in •erring the words “not already contracted for in got*! faith by persons or parti*# having cattle for transportation at the date of such contract sufficient to occupy such storage room ’ Mr Vest opposed th# amendment and Mr Hoar -poke in favor of it. The vote on the amendment was Yeas. IO nays. 'SI. No quorum having voted the ornate without further actiou on the amendment at &;-1U adjourned. IN THE HOISE. Wa*H!Vi<TiiN, June IO.—In the house yesterday, on motion of Mr ( oui stock «»f Minnesota, the title of the silver bill passed Saturday was amended so as to read as follows ‘-Directing the purchase of silver bullion and the issue of treasury uotes thereon, and for other purples#* ’ Mr. Lodge «ff Massachusetts offered a resolution directing the secretary of the treasury t«> inform the house whether it is true that the Cunanl Steamship company on Saturday last retu_-ed to obey the or>ters «ff th*- United State-, officer* to givs return pa^-.Hfi^ to certain im ai I grant* landttd at Newkirk by said company, in violation of the contract labor laws, what Ate pa have beeu taken to refuse entry to steamships of said company until the law* have beeu compiled with. anti due repara tton made for the refusal to obey t he orders of the officers thereof. Referred Busine*# relating to the District of Columbia was then taken ap Among the bills passed was one incur po rating the King Theological hall. The house then went into committee of the whole on a bill affecting the Baltimore ami Potomac railroad in Washington. The afternoon was spent in dlacusMOE of the nil but no actiou was taken and the committee n Ate and then the house took a recess until 9o'clock, the night sestina to be for the consideration of private pension bills CAUSES A FRIGHTFUL LOSS OF LIFE IN Mt6SOURi *#»*» jar* la a Mea V»t« Seriously la- E111*4. Flit*** Railroad Lu ti Im Badly Wr#ttk#d—Th# Aoetdeat C By aa Error la Train Order*. ST Lolls. Jane IU.-—At about I JUo’ciock yesterday morning tram No. JH, engine JHS, collided one half mile west of Warren k>n with a train, being ran as second section of No k Due of the trains had eight palace horse cars loaded with race hope*, en route from IgUonia to Kan*.is City The accident was caused by an error in train orders. The second section of train No. 5 hail onler* to run two hours and five minutes late, and the onler delivered to No. JH by the operator at Montgomery    two hours aud fifty minute* late Seven men in charge of the horse* were killed and several other* were injured Engineer Shivelle had a rib broken. Fireman Par •un* had a collar bone broken. Fireman Brown was seriously injured about ho* legs. Brakeman Norton was slightly in jure. I No other train men were in jure. I Eli glue MI and two palace horse cars of the second section of train No 5 sud en gin# JHI. and sixtmu cars of tram No JH. were badly wrecked Fifteen hones were killed The company * surgeons st Moberly. Montgomery and Warrenton went to the seem- of the accident. The following is a list of killed and in jured: Killed— William Thomas, colored. Cynthiana, Ky Hi NKT J^To.Nk, trainer of burses Har rot I s burg. Ky Jambs Kkllt, Chicago Frank Kkllt, Chicago. Eli SIMMON*, hostler. Lexington. Ky. Molrls GrxSH, Colored. Frankfort, Ky Samuel Davis!*, jockey. Islington. Ky Injured — William Tai lur. colored, Covington. Ky., arm broken. LEK Parsons, Wabash. Iud., arm broken J E. Norton, brakeman, severely injured Louis Augustus, colored, Harrodsburg, Ky., left thigh fractured Gkorue Hurley, colored, Cynthiana, Ky„ arm broken Lee Brown. louisville, arm broken. Merrill Johnson, cdored, St Louis, arm broken Assault Upon a I>efea*el**S W hum In WI n a*-a pol is. Minniapous, June Id—The Journal pnnrs particular* of a hornbl* outrage that took plat** early Satuniay morning in the heart of the residence portion of the Horses Killed city whit h have ju»t com* to light. A -KIHM* Car* brute cuLttreii VV I Smith * rwaniencs, 1J4 Meat Tweniv seventh street, ar 4 a rn., during Mr Smith s ;*l»sen''e from f he city He blew out the l.ght and then attempted to ravish Mrs. Smith The woman, who had a ♦ wk*, fc-* #>U1 babv at her “He. fought desperately, and at last “iv .-esafully. though the brut* bruised her neck and breast terribly, ami finally kn«»cked her down. Fearing that her acream** would bring in the neigh lion be finally fled, taking only ber gold watch and chain Only a partial desrhption of him ba- beeu obtained Mr >mith returned Saturday mg bt anti rn the ut hist of the wife* re cital to him “he “u.bienly became a raving maniac and flew at hi* th roar imagining him to hr her avail Isnt. Yesterday she wa- more rational and will recover There is the wildest excitement in the neighbor hood. aud should the man be caught he will be lynched on sight. armour Si CO. GAIN A VICTORY A « bur THI# Established to Coveted Wait Wising Property. Geneseo, N Y, duns IO.— From an action fried here yesterday in the supreme coart, it is evident that Armour Sc Co. of Chicago still desire to secure possession of ■Rio acre* of salt mining territory in West era New York salt field*. The judgment rendered clears the title to the property, aud it i* undersDajd that upon it* *ucce*« depended the action of Armour St Co. The suit was to foredo*** a mortgage there by cutting off a lease of the property held by the Valley Salt and Mica Mining company of New York city This com pauy defended the foreclosure, claiming that the mortgage of $15.ou> from Stewart Grey of York. Liring“tou county, N Y, to hi* son. wa* without consideration. The decree of the court established the validity of the mortgage and cute off all hue* and incumbrance* upon the property tho* giving Armour Sc Co. opportunity to procure a complete title to this valuable “alt mining property near the great Retsof salt mine FOR PROTECTING FISH AND GAME EVENTS OF INTEREST ON THE MOND ANO RACE TRACK. DiA- aad I- 4 4L» 9 14 Mc MRS. COWLES MADE HAPPY. Her I h * pp v Husband Think* He Will lit# and Hurrvndrn th# Child. Montreal. June IO—The Cowl#* ab-dnction case has been abandoned Yester day afternoon Cowl#* called for the super intendent of the General hospital and stated he wa* wilting to surrender the child to hi* wife. Accordingly, he signed the follow mg document in the prc*en«-e of Wltne**es: To Mine “halt zen and Lad lev of the “acred Httart: Plea**- deliver to my wit#. Alice H. Cowl#*, our laughter. Florence Cowl##, without delay. an<l coonder this ae an annulment uf my former order re-*peering child. Eli.ENX H Cowl KS. Judge Taut wa* -eta and shown the let ter He considered that it settled the case, but adjourned it till this morning Mr* Cowles wa* then communicated with and she received the news with joy Cowled condition is quite serious, more especial’v since he is suffering from c( ;i«umpfiou. “If I die.” he said, “and I am afraid I will, it will go hard with po«>r Cleve. Hale ” Hale wa* releam^l yesteniay from prison in charge of two officer*, ami is stopping j arith hi* friends at the Windsor hotel Thtt* la. Not Advottat# Prohibition. New York. June IO —About fifty tem-; persia.** women who do not approve po-• litical metb«*l* in temperance work formed au organization yesterday at the Allen house on Br>*adway Mr* James Firman. wife of a prominent Republican, was elected prt*“i*ieut. Mr* E. M V’au Rruut, Mrs Weetl and Mr*. Rvan*, vi.-e presi dents: Miss Fairman. -#* retary Mrs. G. H Holden, trea-urer Mi** ll J. Phmney tff Cleveland and Mi** C C. Alford of Bn»okl> n sire the leading “peaker* The ladn* generally favor woman suffrage, j but do not “apport the prohibition coost!- j i tutioual amen iment. aud do not alvucate prohibiti«^u in wiv way. Meeting of the New York Blat# Association—OtUenrs El#ete«i. R* s h Enter, N Y . June IU.—At the annual meeting of the state association for the protection of fish arni game held at Lyon* last evening these officer* were elected President, Thomas H Stryker of Rome. first vice president. W S. (»aritt of Ly«»«»s. seeoud vice president. H. L. iiate* of Utica; recording secretarv. John B. >age of Buffalo. c«irresp«>adiug secretary. M. R. Hingham of Rome. After a debate lasting nearly two hoar* Rome wa* chosen a- tue place to hold the next convention by a vote of .VV, against JH for Buffalo and 15 for Sync nae. A resolution wa* unanimously adopted that the State Sportsmen’s association ask the game commission, which is to report to the next legislature, to incorporate in the statute which it will submit that no more game be killed rn this state for the market The Price af *ugar Drops. San Francisco. June lO.-The applies Cion of Havemeyer and other* to restrain the superior court from managing the American ^ugar Refining company through a receiver was granted by the supreme court yesterday ami the refinery will resume busine*.* independent of the receiver, who wa* appointed at the time the court decided its charter forfeited for joining the trust. This state of affair* will continue pending the decision of the apical from the decree of forfeiture. One effect of the deel-loo wa* to throw Ifi.uui) barrels of sugar on the market. The price of gran alar tai wa* reduced from 7^ to 6% ceuts per pound. Ke*ult* #f Yesterday'* iisaie# la th# Brotherhood. 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Latest shipment, a lot of Ladies' warranted black ( ottoii Hose, superior quality,worth 40c. only 25c Misses' and Children's best ta*t black Cotton Hose, warranted absolutely stainless, double knee, only...... Ladies’ 12Jc. Balbriggan Hose, only................. Centillion s Flannelette Shirts, all styles, 33c., 37c., 41c., 43c. and 4He. each. Window Screens, only 25 and 28e. Leave your orders for early delivery. 24c He 5<k erie store, SPECIAL ANNOUNlEMKNI VV omen ny work imtrti free. Nu sa|<#rleii!# n«***<led. J. Et t,x*K age ti L“ No S hu nk Bi* pay. Ni#a.jy work peri# nee “ urv#ry man, km lieitrr, N. I J IUDDART A ( ti St, VA a»hiti*nut ii'*. Cafceais, I aveatel Trade Mark* regtaU-red <oudi!» i#il (or tuo«ierat# IL, Patent A Horne vs, *1 . D U , opp i si. Paten (-ate and lie I ami ten mm* I ULI 7tb ■xteut i if- ur**l All P;iU‘ut busine** Fe#*,. Information. Adv ii*# aud spet'iai re (ere in es sent oil mitiest. iT“» IMI I# AM ^ MONTH can br m.*le pl*# 99 is r.et.itt working tor us. Perrin* ureter red wha can lurnuUi a huns.- jml givr their whole liar to the business. Spare in*•menis may be pram -»bly employ rd “ba A few vacant ie* in iowa* Inlier. H. H. JOHNSON A i »J„ iOi»* Vlain ->i.. Kit luaon.t, V4. At New BrooL i en. 9-13 fr it 9 0 .......9    9    3    9    9 9 Ktichejtter 7. Alhl lievT i !ie-ier2. A th lei it ’.a. iiarr, Fitzgerald aud Mi Gofers; •I K Too oin-“»u. G. eel,) UUH At Louit p*>*d purled: 1 At “f. L> ptuietl; Wet VTO.intl**. NKW YO ta STAXX l.XAUCa. At Johastewa - Jolin*town-i»lov#r*v111# ll. Troy 12. At * >ueout a Oneunfo 12. AI ban y IL • It- Lt*ui.“Ville-i oiumbu“ t ground,**. “ St. Lt >u iH-Toiet I. • gam# gam- pout- A IC I bi t# Hallie at W«“t Point. WW PidNT. N Y., June IU—Yester dav afternoon the ca*iet corp# illustrated to th# I.MJH “pertHtora assembled bow] tro«>p“ uiano«ievre on the field af battle Th# troop* were deployed in skirmish line. advanced and retreated, rallied and retreated .tgaiu, firma aa they advanced and tiring a- they rallied. In all aver lO.UUt) roaads of auiruuniti«>a were used. The -tight was a grand on# anti mu rapid was the dim barge of musketry at times that one could well imagine himself in the heat of battle I .aft night at fi o’clock the mer tar prin t ne took place from a battery made up of from thirteen inch mortar, three eight-inch and three of ten inch The target wa* a red buoy Located in the river at a point uear Target hill I. V. JONES. 7ft E. Third *L. roc Deer, fc net*..*c Heal Market Ere*#, Nait h -i ‘vat*, Lard, “•.mage**. «Jy*iM> Poultry | house then went into committee on the • land parchj«*r bill. bat immediately theres after rune and reported progress ami 4A*d W I 4T« Has. JKteFI Kl. a* 'flu-* Ute Anna* Raiin.au VV ate* Bel wu* a ope* laity mu r impi, a1 k I aint *t \N W MIM K KIL Her*‘h«#i Ta. Jill i rn (rat A - « •r. Par Obtaining a Passion by Fr»**i. Philadelphi a, June IO.—Mary Uonron i wi«iow of Mn bael Cunron of the FirMA laud Voluuuwrn, who wa* killeii ta latttie in lwki. wa* y«**terdav plural under H,uiU for t rial wu the charge of fraudn-ieuily obtaining a pension faun the gov-vmiueut by “Wearing that abe had ma remarried “he wa-married to John Fraley in May. I*** and the last pension drawn I by Mr- Con roo wa* in March lait. whew > she •wore that she had not remarried $600 REWARDI * k. wilt pal lb# abave re a ant for may ca** ut Liver Complaint. 1>\apepsia, “irk liea-1**##. indigestion, oast*pima# or CtwLvenes* we laai.iit cure si lh We»t’* V <-«*-ta«tie Liver Pi Ila when the •breeuo. ■ ar*- *tn«-Uv . ompiie,! w.th. The> are purely V ogee*<>**; sad uever tan lo give satiii**1 tn>u Nugar coatsd- I.arg# tv*cr*, ouatam.ag 39 Piiia. 21 rest*. B. ware of colla-t. rte i (s. awd tau (avions. The re qui ae cuauu-Ur ur#*i i»lt by JUHN C v* KST A CO. “oui kl. “ nu*'n I n aum vex. D kirk. Harrirsu* iw Halifax Harbor. Halifax. N S., Jana IU.—A hurncanx rutted this City yesterday afternoon Tbs harbor wa* lashed into a fury of white capa wad vewaei* anchored in tbs stream ail dragged their anchor* more or lass. TK* American hark an ti ne Henry Burn bam was dragged a long distance Tv*« ( ase* mf Yellow Fever. WaaMINGTOM. June IU.—The surgeon general of th# Mann# hospital service has revelved a report from Fast Assistant Snr geou Carter in charge of the United State* ouanumne “ration at Chiandeleur I-land. lax. corroborating th# report of yell«)w fever th«re The report “ay* that the British -hip Avon at MTindsor, Nova Scotia, arrived at th# “fation forty days from Rio de Jmeiru. in Lmllaaf. with two seamen «ick. out* of whom died shortly afterward aud the other patient is being cared for at quarantine, with prospects of recovery _ Discharged tar Lark af tv I items. New York. June IO —The exsminwtioa of 8t<>rekttep«>r Lavden and his assistant, Murdock of the steamship City of Chicago yesterday afternoon, resulted in l^tvdvn a discharge for lack f evidence against him and th# holding of Murdock for th# action of th# grand jury.__ by M. Y. Hvigisn Glass Blower* Depart. New You, June IU. —Seven I Vs I g. an glass blowers, whom th# Umbria refused to taka back to Europe, will sail on the Wisconsin to-day Ameriraii    M»»m    Engineer*. Urira. June IU —The New Turk ’“fate council. American Grder of S»«*Hm Engineers In id ii- annual ne ♦ting in this city yesterday The const it ntioii was revised ami new rules adopted The prin cipai officer- elected were:    Graud chief engineer. John IV Teller Utica, grand re-cord.iM eugiueer. H D Burt, Rome: grand corresponding engineer. A. W Hadley, I tics. In the e vening a banquet was given by Keeler council, Va 4 of Utica. Th# Trial •*€ C ens ii , I Hist rurtnn. New Y<*rk, June hi —Several persons who ha»l refused to to - Aer the census question* were arraigned fief >re Commissioner “bields vesf-rd.’iv In rn* *? rawn the trouble was “ha VTI to have been due to miaappreheckakKis aud th# prisoners were discharged after answering the qnea-tion* before the ciammissioner In a few cases the pri-ouera wer: held for further investigation. Aute L.-r batch of recalcitrant* will I* arrau ie <1 U* day Collector frlrbani < «> mc rat Alated. New York. June lo —dwrretary Win«iom ha“ written Collector Erhani complimenting him aud Surveyor Lyon U(»on the marked increase IU the collection of duties on passenger*’ baggage upon the wharf at this port for the I w-r . wo mouths, aa com pared with the collect ions from the same source for the ct irre-qji md mg month* of last year The increase I* 3fi per cent per capita in April aud 5b per cent per capita in May Th# Overdue Steamer La Bonrgogne. New York. June IU.—The agent* of the French .Meatuship line do not think that the vessel in distress sighted by the Anchor!* dun<iar morning was the lo* Bourgogne. If it was thee think “he would have arrive<l her# before this time Un the other hand Cap* Campbell of the An-choria is positive that it wa* the lot Bourgogne and s«y“ “be -ignalled her number in response to hts signals. Hotel Burned. WILS Et*-Barre. June IO. — The Trera-bath hotel was burned late last night One guest, VV P Bom haugh, waj* burned to death. Mrs. Trembwth. the landlady, and her stepdaughter Miss Annie WiLson, ware sant maly burned and otherwise injured. The loax on building and furniture la about tl5,oUQ Died from H nirophohia. New York. June IU.—A French-Can ulian age«i EJ. F.dumnd Corrivean. a farm lnlsirer of Harrisville. R I . died yester*i.*y it bellevue hospital of hy<irophoi>ia. He came ii-re to Is* treated by Dr. Gsbier u cording to the Pasteur method, but the malady w» too far advanced. Paroxysms hegan at 9 o’clock yesterday morning and lasted until 2:50 p rn., when death reaulteii from exhaustion.    _ A Brook 11 ■* Theatre Burne«l. BrdoKLTN, June to — Hyde Sc Beaman s theatre on Adams street wa* burned shortly after midnight last night, together with the Arbuckle building and the tier mania "Nivmgs bank building on Fulton -treet. in rear of Hyde Af Bra rn.au A then tre. The loss will probably exceed kJun.-utJO. The Park theatre adjoining the Ar buckle building was somewhat damaged A True Bill Against Lynchers. Cot i MHI a. S. C., June IO.—The Lexing ton grand jury yesterday brought in a true bill agaiust F C. Caughman and Pierce Taylor for the lynching of Willi# lo-.iphart in jail laat month. Indictments will als*i be halide,! in to-day against Graham ami other* for ,u bord mat ion and perjury in connection with the l*#aphart caae.    _ Athletic Grounds for Harvard. Bt JSTOX, June IO.—Col. Henry L. Hig giu-4.ii hoe presentcl twenty acres of land to Harvard college, This land ail joins “eventv five a,‘re« of marsh land aire y owned by the college amt will be a “tart mg point from which the marsh land will be Alletl in and the ninety-five a rw be devoted to athletic purpose*. Hood* Issued by the New York featral. New York. June IO—The board of liireetors of the New York Central Rail road coni (zany have authorized the issue of §15,(44* **4J. 4 per cent. gold <lehentnre bonds, interest payable June I and Dec. I, principal due in 1905. The proceed* of the boml“ will be used for settlements and equipments. _ The OLI Neale Reaffirmed. PiTTsm Ro. J un*-*    At the session of the Amalgamated onveunon yesterday the old scale of §5 ju for ladling iron wait reaffirme*!. As this scale for boiling ut taken as a Iwkds and remains unchanged, it is to lie inferred that very slight if any change in the remainder of the scale will be effected._ Killed His Wife and “hot Himself. CHN. ago, June IU.—Joseph M<ntag, aged 27. shot ami killed his wife, aged 48, and fired a bullet into his own lung at 139 North Clark street yesteniay Owing to Mont Jig A bad hahita his wife had left him and failing to indues her to return to hun he committed tho rune Mont jag cannot recover F; I I) Kreiitmn Defeais Hike Leary. Buffalo, June lo — Four hundred sports witnessed a glove contest between Paddy Brentian and Mike Leary, two lo cal heavyweights, at the Travelers’ club last night. The fight was for £ka». the winner to take all. Brennan was sec (•tided by Mike B«jden ami Ike Farrell and weighed 17U pounds, while I^ary wa* looked after by Billy Baker and Jim Glynn and tipped the scale at ISM Jerry Donovan was choaeu referee Fonr-onnce gloves were used The tight wax awarded to Breiinao after seventeen rounds of fierce fighting. Morris Park Boc##. New York June IO. — First race yester day. Vt mile lama first. Rheingold sec ond. Kilrue third. time. Second race. mile:    Lord    Dalmeny first. Rhine- second. Extra Dry third, tame, 1:IJ3\. Tbinl race. 1)$ miles Dundee first. Rover second. Jack Rose third; time, I SU Fourth race, I mile beats Lls I mony first, Vosburg second. F.lev# tbinl. tune. 1:42 and 1:42 Fifth race. H mile: Highland loess first. Priscilla second. Servitor third. time. luoq Sixth ra<‘e, I mile Tenny first. Cassius second. Sir Dixon thin!, time, I 4044- k*« M at At. Louis. ST. Loris, June IO—First race yester day. I mile:    Castaway first. Harry Glenn second, Kharton third, time. I 47%. Second race, 1% miles:    Tenacity    first Rhody Pringle second, no thinl: time. 1:57%. Thinl race, the Debutante stakes for 3-vear old fillies. % mile:    Monte Rosa first. Anne Flizalieth second, Onlight third time, 52A- Fourth ra*e. I mile:    Sulie    B    first.    Out look second, Ratalpha third; time, I 53. Fifth rai-e. 1% miles: Cecil B first. Hyp ocrite second. Mary K thinl. time, 2:ltSV{ Corbett Will Fight fur the Belt. New York. June IO.—In a letter from California in reg*rd to the challenge* issued to him by Slavin. Ktlraiu and Jack McAalRfe, James J C#(rtiett says that hie hands are tie*! at present ax he m under contract with the Olympic club until next May. Ile says he will fight for the Police Gazette championship belt next summer. no matter whether John L. Sullivan re tai as it or mg. ski Ilk | lv 11 buy IT 4 « H f veii eul “ 439 Dove ttreel a con-rmiiu h«Mi-e ;cl«»l hew presses, coal auh w*mm1 hour**, h*n<l-“.me irrsiula au«l vvwtibiile, ImmY smop in-l Mtorm house, screen loor“ aiel wis<low», storm na -hew ami ouUmte bhudw; baudwoiuely papered, newly painted inside and (Hit, water aud sink rn kilt lien and h drant (or lawn. Lot *41x1(41, uew sidewalks, (nut trees, garden and hot lux! A I-ar gate*_ Thpre to buy weeping ri>H4*N, is no h**tt**r place loMfs, 8 tam-rones till kimin of Hne ormtmeiital plantn, coleus gpraifaiiinn, tom ft tov* aid! uab- bage plaritn, than VAN DKKMKL LKN’N OKKEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle and Seventh Hi*. VV ANTED- VS Ai TIV kl MIN (or each nee boa, “alary K75 to fDMt, n> loeallv re present a successful N. ! » oiupaay incorporated to supply Dry I.immIh, I lothiiig, “hoes, -lewelry, etc., to ctmnuaiers at cost. At aaa Lj*dy of ta< t. Salary bio to eur-.ll no iii her-st.uuu now enrolled, lluu.iaiu pad tx.) Re-(ereoces exchaiiired. Empire I o-o|*erative Association ic relit t well rated Lock Hox Kit, In. Y. ROOMS TO RENT In (he Merchants Bank Building. Impure of ti    I    i<    d>.W i ruer ..r Frank M.iv “C}ood3 AjviD Carpet?. ADAM. RS'jMQlTAN DIM AM KHI! IN BLOCK. 3‘.Mi-4o*2 Main Street* Buffalo, ...    -    N. Y. SECOND Our motto TO Moue.* none in see. NONE. in:    ‘    Second    to We wult to Le second to your icrvice. Try ux xntl CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Max juxt received st full line of I * \ L rn WW WIW AW WfWWfllf! « ink4.;.a iJm im9**;h#«'. _ Kqual to any iii tile city, anti •it price* that will pay you tohu*e him befell purchasing. Hall Flayers Held for th# Grand Jury. Rj a hf>tfr. June IU —The memljeni of th# Roche#fer and Athletic hxxeball chiba who were arrested yexferday uioruiiig by the Irondequoit authonriex and lakeu b# fore Judge Coy to answer th# charge of Sab Im r ii breaking in playing ball on Sun day at Windsor Beach, were held in flub each to await ta# action of th# grand jury Bismarck Hopeful far Germany’s Tatar#. London, June IO. —Print* Bismarck, in an interview with a correspondent of The Telegraph, expressed his opinion, that Chancellor Caprivi wax a ‘perfect gentleman.” highly praised Emperor William and declared himself to be extremely hopeful for Germany’s future. A Fisherman Killed by th# Car*. Yorkshire Cent**, N Y., June IO.— While fishing from th# railroad treatia az Lame lake yesterday S Hudson wan struck by th# local train going north at I 39 sad killed H# was a bachelor, aged 97, and Blad# bi# hums |g jsardlnlK We wish to nupr»“49 upon our out of town friends, in view of the proposed chaxij^en in the tariff* aud the probable inc re axe in the coxt of nearly all kinds of dry {goods, that the month of June will be jhi mouth for them to xliup.    Prices were never lower than they are at present in our store. If the proposed tariff lull passe*, priced must go uj». mixed (eight*, “birt* and at 50c. per underwear. and IOT. lac# We have the largest ;issort* rueiit of Patent Leather Shoes iii plain ain! light-colorer I toj»«, ham! ami machine se wet I. We carry a complete line of NETTLETON** Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting ami stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' $3.18> Calf Shoe in Hutton ami Congress, in broad* medium or narrow toe, is the liest shoe for the money that has ever \^n offerer! to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself ami lie convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 2tH Centre Street Wo me offering splendid bar- i'Aiux in sateens aud ginghams and sit rn mer wash fabrics of ail kinds. 'file balance of our spring slock of cloaks arc selling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentleman'* blue drawers in medium i suit. Gentlemens Balbriggan 50c. per a nit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirts drawers at 25c. each, -the. goods Ladies' Jersey vests as low as each. Ladies’ balbriggan vests with trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jer“ey veils at 25c. ’each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each Silk vests, all colors, 75c, each. Linen pru ts will be considerably advanced if th# tariff is changed Our prices ar# much below even current prices, and we are selliiof fine doth*, napkin*. D Oyleys. towels, etc., at rare bargains    - New styles in parasols. New style* rn gloves. N#w *tyle-» in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for {Carpets, Rugrff Draping and upholsteriug’fabrica. Adam Mtldm and    i odd sod, A K KRU AN KLOCK* MAIS STREET. BUFFALO, N Y. CC. PENFOLD Vt an a fait ii rer and Importer, ABA MAH XT., HI FT ALO, Ii. f. DKA LXK (IV DiamomU,    VV'atuh**® ami Jewelry, t.lteks, Silverware, Leather (teoito, etc. KSU RA Vt XU, HOLD 4 SIL FMR RL ATIS A COMPLKTK UNI OF Holiday Goods :i4P4 MAIM HTKEET, BUFFALO, N Y. Go to Monroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures BREAKS w * WIL^fT THI WROMC SORT THE PICHT ONES ABE GILLEO PEARL TOP ANO ARE ~ Ute wl| I; GEO. A. MACBETH E CO.. PITTSBURGH^*. ;

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Publication: Dunkirk Evening Observer

Location: Dunkirk, New York

Issue Date: June 10, 1890