Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 11, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 11, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK N. Y. WEDNESDAY. JUNE ll. I**). NO IOO hkphksestative / I AVERIL SCOUTING NEWS Business houses rME C0NTE9T tor the amateur ll ....... iii    '    athletic    CHAMPIONSHIP OF DUNKIRK. NEW RI LIMO WU HIME for rullBf . «II lun>l« al blanks ut Ute late*! nuUitew to j M s'hann-al I **-part ate n I of Dunkirk|Pnutinir'' ompanvf A LKXAMOrk k (Jo*! and W.**l YaiM. ' A LeaUml Arenae, at*lute*ie ******* \ ia** & ,<oA Ail fro* ie* af Maist aa*! W 41 Liiiaber. "RhiUirt*** ao«l l>atfc. »*** I He . larreepaci brace far wkoieeaie Otto •ai let le>t. it A OirroKU. 2£t and tSh ( eutrai Are Aru »Ut' Btu* nj replier    I aet* a lane. rn. Pkuiofr«|»ki of Babus* a specialty. MMI aot wa. I for Sitter* luMkiBC eio*pt for BlNiR BIN Ll BHY -J AWC-* iMVIWM. fre urtelur, Mn*. l*i A. Beot'i atreet. near ILif-ta.o street, Dunkirk. S. I Mafaaiu**, Mu We. PunfiblrU, "to., iMiunU in nil style*. order* (Arum (Hif *ueo*kul to. All w<*rk guarani****.! H I'KiHERVlKiNkKKV MOA SWU We Lea Ural Area ae. Wholesale anti retail dernier ta I. (uirloi aa*! lo me* to- (.tai aa. «la**ware, A.-. «ttAATAl\|l A (Mm, j    min,    Ii    per    -tar.    J Ll rerr and B<antia( istauie in * oaaeet»oa. I u-tor Rider, ITC and TH Lion street. I t ITW HiKHEK MM* IF Ll    *    ha*.    Na#Ie. Prop.. coder Lake Shore National Hank. awner Cauter aud Third #lr***u. A Rue tint'! of furrifa and L>oiae*ti< i i gar*. | Kl.* Vac HI.*MAIN A WM. •Clr (.eater • tree I, Leto iioroe-ehoer*. Particular aUenLoa { a to interfering but ae*. stewing of r*iad 4 trotting tiorae* a spetuaity. I) A > It I KR CV CM I NO OHll.KY AK. I.argent DtiiT in the Conaty. Aa unequalled wlreru.iag ne I hi rn A bood Day'* Apert aa the Ground* « tike Atatea Gland At tale rte Ala ta—Ba wilt* af ¥ ••aow4*y'* Baseball De aa a* Trait tag Bee#* at Albany and Raaalag at Morris Peril end Wk. Louie. New YORW, June ll.—The cora per it ion for the individual general athletic cham pionahip came of yesterday afternoon on .he ground* of the Staten I*land Athletic Jab E ti. Abbott. Corinthian A. C.; VI O’Sullivaa, Pastime A. C ; Alexander Iordan, M Y A C ; and J C De wren a a, M. A. C., were the only contestants. The program contained ten events, with a dan dan I for each The IOO-yard* ran wa* won by Devarraux. Jordan ie* end O Sullivan third, time. ll second* Abbott was iiaq untitled for not reach! ag the standard O'Sullivan pat the IA pound shot BS feat 11 ne he* The other* were disqualified Jordan won the running high jump. making 5 feat 4 inches O'Sullivan wa* *scond and Davereaux third. Abbott failed to qualify for the third time. and therefore wa* disqualified from further competition In the AHO-yard walk there were but two competitor*. Jordan and Davereaux The former won is A *1-5 secunda Davereaux iidn't qualify O’Sullivan threw th* 14-pound hammer AP feet 7 inches Dev-Breaux disqualified for this arent, which made three failure* an hi* part, thus de barring him. This left only O'Sullivan and Jordan to compete Jordan won the pole vault with A feet A inch.** next and then the I kl-ye rd hurdle race in 17 *ec-r*»da O’Sullivan threw the 'VApound weight 95 feet winning that event In the running broad jump Jordan won with a j ump of IP feet I inch He also won the I mile running race and wan declared the Champion amateur athlete of the United ■Hate* Jordan scored 41 point* to O’Sui liven • .JU Utica wa* dropped from rn sen be raid p in the circuit. It is believed that para— amos □ ting to a total of ELT VUU/ will ha distributed at th# varied* meetings thin year The dm meeting will be held ai Pittsburg from July 32 ta » I md adv i. and the other meetings will be held each week thereafter, going East Mewls Perk Bor wa New Yegg, June ll.—The race* here yesterday resulted ae f< A w*. First rec* r mile. k/Tvia drat, Lenora second. A it Una third, time, I 01% Second race, Freak a*-** handicap. 1H mile* Montage first Philosophy ascend Barrister third, Lose. 3rt t Third raw, Larch mood stakes, for A year-old*. \ mile: Dr Hasbrouck first. St rath rn cath second. Reckon third, time. Ilk Fourth race, the Belmont stakes, for Aysar-oid*. \\ miles Burlington (lint. Devotee second, Palish* third time, 2«TH Fifth race. % mile Arab first, Meriden second. Bill Baru*** third, time, I OI % Sixth race, I 3-14 miles Corpsy Quean firer, Zophry us second. little Jim third time. SdlVi Rat e* et PA. Las I*. St Lucia June IU —Yesterday'* race* result*?*! a* follows. First race, lVgiuilew (two starters;: Julia Magee first Lulu B second time. Second race. I mile Little Crete first, Fred Tarsi second Lottie S. third; time, I 44H Third race. Southern Hotel stake*. 1*% mile* Halgowan first. National second. Turn Roger* and Bramblebush dead heat for third place, time. 51 Sr Fourth race, I mile Daisy F first. Car negie second, Camilla third. time. I 44% Fifth race. I mile and IOO yards John Morris first, Bertha second. Brookful third time, I A race for death. FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. the work TRANSACTED in SENATE AND HOUSE THE The Sweat* ll*far* the Meese Stiver Btl! DI Mi I HK KND IN ELKIND KIM FAN Y. I ormert v sell*w A Potpie. Manufacturer* of kugine*, Boiler*, Pulley*, Shafting Hangers, et**. Pattern*, Forgings, Casting*. mad M*<bu«* Wurk to order. I . LM*. 1Kb. WM I KT IO.. JUS, PIA aud SU. Lf Center *tr«?et, Manufacturer* of til* xruawcir sad “Dunkirk” j*eife«i - SIL un lire** 'dirt*, uo tate in to! leading furnishing, clothing and dry good* boti**?* .u dunkirk. hr. TOOM EY, a    LM    and    CIK    Lion    street, l*ea.er is Flour, I wed. -alt. Bale*! Hay. Pb*w-utaatew, et*. Established, 1477. h ■a KIK MOTEL, anti Depoe Easy arc*** to ail tram* and bus* bouton bawl accum an Minto -na tor (.<*»-aer*:iai Traveler*. J olm J. Mar par. Prop. ■ MLkKii m CO„ ta    F7    ate!    Al K. Third •tree!. Fine Furaiture, Cabinet Ware and Up aot*termg. Picture Frame* made lo order. bV ,i I * MATTEA IN a KL SII i antral Ave., Leader* of Fashion aad tveaUeuien Outfitters A Kill ITH ti MBATINO UU, ii an alae lurers et Steam Healing Ap par* ma Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. ti OMI NT KAM LAL NOK*. our specials***: Fine Shirt*, lur; Collars, lr.; I uflN, 4* . and Lace I urtaius. Free Deli* •ry. A W cum ming*, JMT Cen tar street H.1 K. OKUM. E. Thirl *L, cor- af Buftlo Mtaufst lurer aud dernier ie I ne Boot* A Shoe* liker*. o**A HCN Kl H ► I I.F KS NKW STOKE, BKS K. I'ii in A st. Books, statkouerv. Musical In-•trumen ta. Mages me*. Daily audWeeklv Pa] and *verv Hut g pertaining to a find cia store Kmmmh Book* a apa cia)tv. J OB PRINTING of every tem ripLonand at towe«t living rales toy Dunkirk Printing ( oui pan v, I aud IU K. Hei oud SC J ta. % AN Bl KEN A SIS, Fir* Life, Accident and i.euer*. lux uranus. L»eto-ar* ie Real Estate aud Loans. Particular ailanto n paid to (be care of property coileet- j mg rents Ae. its (.'enter sc, 2nd fioor. iy|ONK«>K S PH .IKM At I, NU Central A venus M< adqusrter* for Wail Paper faut .Olla, Ac. i>KKKLNS, J. W . JU# center street. Manufacturer aad dealer in Hat aes*. ^1-1 Ie*, I Bridies, collar*, Trunk*, W ta p*. BuEalo Ko(jes, I r»or*e Cover* (ilove* Mitten* and '.eigti Itobee. j I) SkMOLTKs. I .    17    Ka*I l'hml street, ra*iuosable Tailor. «ten Urine u will aud it to ttieir advantage to call on me lictor* putvnasmg I «uM>wt»ra I) M. LARY A LO., £ ,    TO    I    ion streeL (ieserto Hard wan-, W bi ie L,«ad,( si* Painter’* 8 up lilies, Oil Liotha, Gras te War* A spetuto I* of sberwia W iliiama Pa.nl and Monroe rang*. HL LINO, a at* ta a* hiank-books, ielgttr*. and j ail kmvlsoa blank* doer at Dunkirk Prinung Company, 4 an«i IU E. Second NL Kl DOLFM MOLDEN M AC ER. cor. fhini and Bufitoo iul. Dealer in Granite, Marble, f lagging and Building stone. Call os rn* astor* buying your tote-walk K ISIKY A LO., 7 aad # Last Front street. W bistay, Wi IMW, Brandle*. tr*i»rra) Liquor 1U>rv for family Lr*e. Hi IHE KT m RAI, Lure *tr»-et, near tbs ie pot. Boar ling, Sale, Feci and Livery Ntsble. ptahiing by the viny or week us re aw ira hie lerem i. v>am J. OIKKOKD. JU! Central Av*. (Up O *tairs), id nerai iuauraac* and Beal Estate Akene Fir*, Life, Accident, and Civ* Ktoek in«uraace. Prooipt a it* a non gi* se to hey mg and toiling Beal k.-tate f|V L. JONEN, | .    75 E. Third *L. cor iteer P VI rte.or Meal Market. Fresh, salt anc fDoint Meab* I.ari. sausages, i »r*ter* an * hMUtff. THE BASEBALL FIE LO Result* af the Geese* Fleyed by f**r League*. PLA TKR*' LAA PCK At Philedeiphia— FhiLadelphia.  0    .1 00000 0 0-4 Sew York  ....0    90000088-3 Bane hit* Philedeiphia -V New York 7. Error* Philadelphia *. New York 2. Batterie* Bu rh mon and Croat: Keefe. Crane and Vaughn. I'm pi re* Knight end Jane*. At Brooklyn— Brooklyn............8    11000138-5 Bneton ........  I    00001048-3 Base hit* - Brooklyn ii. Bo*toe 7. Errors Bnsiklyn A Boston A Ba:(erie* Van Haitnenand Ktnslow; Gum-bert and '■‘wett. I’ai pl re* Mat th* wa and G anama At Buffalo Buffalo ............a    05003019-8 Cleveland ...........0    0    8    0    I    0    0    ii    9-1 Haee hits- Buffalo 14. Cleveland A Error* Buffalo 4, Cleveland (I Batterie*- Keefe and Mack: Bake Iv and Sutcliffe. I'm pl re* Berne* and Gaffney. At llttsbarg — Pittsburg .......... 2    0    3    0    3    3    0    0    0-10 Chicago ........ 0    I    M    3    0    0    0    0    I- 4 Base hit* Pittsburg#. Chicago 8. Error* Pittsburg 4. Cbungo A Batterie* Morris and Quinn. Baldwin ami Boyle. Umpire* Ferguson and Hoibert. SAT MMIaL IliUlt At Philadelphia — PhiUuieiplua. 2    0    0    0    1    0    3    0    *—    4 New York..........0    it    ii    0    0    0    I    4    O    I Be.se bite Philadelphia A New York 7. Error* Philadelphia A New York 7. Batterie* Vickery and Clements. Welch and Buckley. Umpire* - Powers a&d Zachana*. At Brooklyn- Brooklyn  .......0    0    I    0    0    0    4    I    •-    « Boston  ........ 0    4    1    0    0    1    1    0    1-8 Base hit* Brooklyn tt. Boston IL Error* -Brvioklyn A Boston I. Batterie* Lovett and Buahong:    Clarkson and Bennett Umpire \f<-qgs.id. At ( inci(mali — Clue inuai i...........3 0443433 Pittsburg   KOO I 4444 I— 3 Base Ult- Cincinnati IU. Pittsburg A Errv>r» Cinein natl 4, P1tt*bnrg A Batterie* — Foreman and Baldwin. Powder* and Decker. Umpire McDermott At Chicago Chicago .....  ...    4    0 4 1 0 4 4 4 9-1 Cleveland............4 44000004—4 Baw hit* Chicago IO. Cleveland A Error* «'hicego A Cleveland L Batterie* Hutchinson and Kittredge: Beat in ami Ziuimer. Umpire Lynch. (MUHIC AH ASOOOATIO!*. At ."ML Louis- 81. L«i urn ________ .,0    90430034-# Toledo  .........9    0*0431 1 4-0 baw bits-Bt. Louis IL Toledo A Error* Bt. Louis A Toledo A Batterie* Ntivett* and M un van. Smith and Nag*. Umpire Barnum At Louisville— Louisville ........ .0    (I 3 3 4 I 3 0 •- • Columbus. ..........I    0 4 4 4 4 4 4 9— I Base hit* Louisville IE Columbo* L Error* - Louisville I. Columbus L Batterie* -Bt rat ton and Ryan. VVidner and O'Connor, Umpire Email*. At Rochester — Roc heater ...........0    33000019-8 Athletic.............4    00004141-3 Haw- hit* Rochester IU. Athletic* 4. Error* Rochester 3. Athletic* A Batterie*—Cal lh an and Mc K rough. Caper and Rotunaou. I' rn pi re—Toole. NKW TORK STATS Ut A OC rn. At Johnatown - Juhn*town-4»U)ver*vllle A Troy UL At Oneonta Oaeonic a Albany A Murderer Lheplaau Enter* the < oat**! A gainst William kteelrr PLATT^ei Rfe. N Y , June IL—Jude# Fish yenteniay afternoon fixed the time for the execution by elect ne it v of Joseph Chaptrel! for the week beginning July ii. When ChapUtau was convicted in January the execution wee fixed for the third weak in March, but a motion before the court of appeals for a new trial acted a* a stay The motion wee denied and the prisoner wa* brought here yesterday from Clinton prison, for re- sentence. Cbaplean killed Irwin Tabor, s neigh bor. with s stake in January He in said to be a cou&in of Premier Chapleau of the Canadian government and a college grad uate He wa* formerly a soldier in the regular army and wa* stationed here In ail probability he will have the unenviable notoriety of being the first man to be legally killed by electricity Fought and Died for the Girl. San Francisco, June IL—Harry McBride and Frank Larue, two waiters, quarreled over a girl Monday. After a while they agreed to adjourn to the Golden liate Athletic club and fight it out with three-ounce gloves. A referee and second* were selected and twelve rounds were fought. At th# end of the twelfth round, while Larue had not a mark. McBride was unconscious and blood wa* pouring from his ears. mise and mouth and his face and body were terribly bruised and mangled He died a few hours afterward from the breaking of a blood vensel in his head Larue was arrested To Preserve Machiaery Hail. Paris, June IL—The chamber of depu ties passed a resolution yester lay by a vote of aw to 47 to preserve ss a per ma uent structure the machinery hail of the late exhibition tm the CwtteSBittee sa Ftntesee—The Silver BUI Debated Without Action. The PustoAce Ap prop riel ion Bill Passed la the Beuee. WasHiNGToN, June IL—In th* senate yesterday the house silver bill was referred to the committee on finance The following UH was passed House bill for the relief of Humboldt Bros (directing the redemption of $5,UUU KHO bond* *toleu from them in HFD). The senate silver bill was taken up and unanimous consent was given that after 3 o'clock ou Friday next deflate shall be limited to five minutes by any senator on any question Mr Plumb’* amendment, that no fund* available for the pa) meat of the public debt t including such ss are kept for the redemption at th# United States note** shall be retained in the treasury in excess of ti IU.UUU,OOO was amended on motion of Mr Hart is by adding to it the wonts “provided that the gold and silver coin and gold bullion in the treasury on which gold and silver certificate* have been issued •hall not bs considered available for any purpose except the redemption of such certificates " In opp* sat ion to Mr Plumb's amend ment Mr Sherman said the effect of It would he to leave only a working balance of 8lU.UUU.0UU in the treasury He regarded the amendment very faulty, first because it disturbed funds pledged by public faith and second because it would require the we rotary of the treasury to carry on the operations of the government with a working balance of fl0,*)U0.Ui)0 Mr Teller expressed his preference that Mr Plumbs measure should be with drawn and should be presented as an In dependent measure Mr Reagan questioned the use of retain tog fiuu.uuo.uuu of gold in the treasury while there wa* a dearth of currency felt especially in the rural district# His opinion wa* that a reserve of 8RU.UUU.UUU would be all sufficient: and he intended to offer an amendment carrying out that idea. Mr Teller said that the senator had put the figure high enough. It had cost 84fi. UUU.UUU. calculating the interest at 4 per cent, for eleven and one-half year*. He went on to My that he was not a fiat moony man He believed that gold and silver were made cts Mr Sherman had said the other day) by the Almighty for money, that they were twip metal*, and that the discarding of either theooe or the other could aot be afforded After fur thsr debate the bill went over until to-day The conference report on the bill for a postoffice site in Washington wa* agreed to and after a se* rot session the senate ad journsd    ____ IN THE HOUSE. W ANH I noton, June IL—The bouse yesterday pained the senate bill amending th* revenue law* so a* to authorise the com uiiasioger of internal revenue to formulate rules and regulations by which beer may be carried direct from the vat* to the bottling department without passing through the intermediate procea* of being drawn into keg*. Senate lull vs pained changing the present system of drawback on exported beer and fermented liquor and permitting their exportation in bond in the same manner as distilled spirits are now handled The house considered the pootoffice appropriation bill and finally passed it. After passing a number of private pension bills the house adjourned THE JESSI JAMES GANG OUTDONE M aahed Bonkers Wreck a Train and Harare flO DOO. Texarkana. Ark.. June IL—Fxpress train Xo I of the St Louin. Arkansan and Tex#* railroad woe wrecked by six masked robber*, two mile* ** nth of here. at 12 3U o’clock Monday night. The train wa* ditched at Haywood* switch by throwing the switch. The rnxine. tender and ex-proae ran* left the track and an unknown tramp who was stealing a ride in front of the express car wa* instantly killed. The robber* attacked the sxpree- car. but the meaeenger repuls»ed them aah a volley from hi* Wine beater, but hit none of the robber*. They returned the fire with in tem*, and finally after throat* of cremating the me**eirger in the car he surrendered. The safe wa* opened and the robbers secured about 810,(IDU. Ncolin, the express meaeenger. an*! the fireman and engineer were taken into the wood# by the robber* and tied to trees They then shot the messenger in the hand, the arm aad shot one of hi* *«r* off, to revenge themselves for hi* resistance and threatened death to all three if they ever re*u»ted another train rubber All this time the passenger* were prevented from giving any assistance by one of the robbers who guarded them with a Win*:heater. After th* robber* rode off it was an bour before the frightened passen ger* rescued the trainmen and gave th* alarm Two posse* are now nut hunting the rubber*, but no trace of them has bown found The leader of the gang!* supposed to be Rube Burrow*. BIDS FOR NEW WAR VESSELS. Considerable surprise Manlfe*red st (Ila * BU a1 I Nu IU ber of Proposal* Received. WASHINGTON, June IL—Proposals to build the three new v-**el* provide*! for by oougres* were opened at the uavy department ve»t*rday morning A large .‘teeembiage of naval men were interested spectator* *nd man Heated considerable surprise at the small number of bbls received There were throe bidder* for the building of armored cruiser No. 2 (8,109 tons displacement). the limit for which is 8K3Ut>.UUU The bids were as follow*. The Union Iron works of Nan Francisco, according to the department'* plans aad specifications. 8k. I (JU. UUU, aud according to their own plan*. 8B,(8)O,iJ0i); Cramp 2k Sons of Philadelphia, department plans, Ifi.-130,(MU; their own plans. E*.#hft.»«JU The Kwdon Iron and Locomotive works of San Francisco made only one bill—that on the department'* plan at Et,knGM) Only one bid was received for the build mg of the protective cruiser -No. (J. the limit being 81,SOO,UUU. The Union Iron works of San Francisco propose to build the vessel on the department'* plan anti s|mm-iHeadon* for fl.V7H.mxi and on their own plan for 81,THU,im*) For the practice vessel, the government’s limit for which ie 82MUM*). two bids were roceived. F W. Wheeler 2k Co. of West Hay City, Mich , will build the vessel on the department’* plan for IBfn.OOO and Samuel I* Moore, Son* 2k Co. of Flizalieth, N J., on the department’* plans for 8‘-^u.,#8> Neither company offered a bid for this vessel on their own plan. THE MARKETS. A FEARFUL PLUNGE. IN r ATC MKN, JEWELRY. AC. ‘But Ult Aurora Uailroao A aura. Kepamu* a specialty. Crank r. Slap!. M k. Hunt *(. i M. MOCKER, \\ Mer* taauI Tailor, iii I en ira! % rom ne $o00 REWARD! WK will pay tile alture re a ar : for may of Liver * oui plaint, Dyspepsia, Nick ll eat la* he I toll***iioa, , .n»«* t. paUwm or CiwUveae** «*► c .Biog cure W’th West** VV gelable Liver Fill* aueu the •iirei'nou* are •tru-Uy oo«pli«d atta. The* are purely Vegetable, aad sever tai! to give san* far non sugar « oatrO. I .anre botas, cm tat a i ag .«» Fill*. Jft .-eat*. Beware of (Material ta, aaU tut •(* non a. TU* genius* ataa-L*cure*i only bv JOHN C. WEST A co. Sold by Kombos'i FU aanacY. D kirk, H. Y Trotting Race* at Albany. Albany. June ll.—The race* at Island park yesterday proved to be very interest mg. the track, and weather being most favorable The first race resulted aa fol lows: 2:3U class, purse 9V)U Flush    ...I    I    I    4    8    •    I Yorktown Bell* .3    3    4    3    1    1    3 Gokieu H.ni .....3    3    I    3    4    3    4 Manti Muller ... 4    4    3    I    3    4    3 Time. SSJt*. 2U.T-*. t.24»*. Sect md race. SI* class, pnrse 8.'*M) Daa-tos................................I :*trope.............    5 Albion  ......  7 Nor. lag  .......................   3 Thompson ......   .3 Annie C........  4 Nevada ...........    8 Time. *38H. *2#*. iMKVg. Today the race for the Clay purse 83,Utt). will be trotted. •takes. Nelson sad Aiery** Barred. Rochester. N. Y., June ll.—The board of steward* of the grand trotting circuit met here yesterday and arranged ached u Ie* for the coming season Pittsburg wa* ml mitred to the association F L. Noble. George Robeua and C. H. Nelson with the horse* Alcryon and Nelson were barred from participating on any circuit track*. New York Fmtlaw Fmchsnge. Nkw Yows. June ll FLOUR - Moderately active ami needy yesterday. Fine grad** winter. fk.UU&2.50: do vpring. ti at '-3: >u,**rniii* winter, ffP 9>Jt Wk d«< sp ring. %l tiS; extra No. 3 winier. 9-' *8 tg.LM. dx spring. 5-' IsoLBk extra No. i winter. 4 .Wk dx vpni.l. 9,..'* *    25:    cliv    sit I Is ex tra 8t.#<k£.4.i#»far West Indie*, goutbers flour *■ lone*! -leady*, trade aud family extra*. AJA WHEAT—Optiom* upeued Arm anti N»c higher os the announcemast of a decroaee *4 2.2-o.iM! bushel* In the amount of wheat on pa.-*age. bul later on there were offering* by til* long* and prices dosed Nk£4#c lower, ^pxt tot* closed * raker, Spit *aie* of No. J rad winter, *at#5Hc No. 3 do rod. Al®»k. No. I rod winter June. #4r(* : do July. MHs" do Aug.. St Sc- do #ept.. CORN—Optlou* aero steadier os the decrease In the amount on passage, but later realization." caused a reaction of *%c. the market closing q»<t G(' lower, bpot lot* cb wed dull, "•pnf -.iie* of No. 2 mixed. 4ii^it4il(yc: dean et mixed. 4l(e*^4i8|c: No. 3 mixed June. 41c: d> July. (IV- do Aug.. 43(%i’. do Sept . idAgc. O.VT> Optixa* were steady in th* earl. dsaiiUtT*. but broke sharply later oa the *n« r mm* ui»>vemeut West. Spot lot* rlo«ed lp*i »i lower, "prf win of No. I white "tate. Mc; No. 2 do. i?*c„iM-4c: No. I mixed. Mc; No. S do. 3Nptr»ltc No. 2 mixed June, *4*w'-. do July. J2V . do Aug . LARD—(dosed I to 3 point* lower. July. 88 21. Aug.. I* 16. fiept.. 88.47. BLTTF.R Dull; escreru creamery. lkft.4A#c: western do. IS^^iiA CHELAE Steady: factory New York cheddar.    :    western    flat.    7tf|?L*c. EGtj’v- Dull:    eastern firs ta. * freak. L3V«m 14*. western do. LkgldV#c; Uanodian do. I kg I4Mh-    ________ Buffalo Frovlvion Market. Bcrr*U). Jgae ll. WHEAT - ( Lated dull. No. I hard. #8*%r No. I northern, air. Wanter wheat No. 3 rod. *IW. No- 2 extra white. #4c: No. I whit*. BflAte on track. CORN Quiet: No. 5 corn. Mc; No 3 do, STAgc: No. 2 yellow. 9c; No. 8 do JBc. OATH Quiet. No. white. tt%:: No. I mixed. U-VitASr on track. FLOUR DulL* spring wheat, beat patent. lier bbl., |#.ilMd4.lU:    and low grads. f3..1h. Winter wheat beet family. 8**» 2f*g*i 75; graham, f-'l.AI. BUTTER — Creamery fancy. 15c; do choice, bkg I to: dx western fan* y. UKfrUc CHr.EKE— Fancy full cream par lh.. Bac: Chous do, vky.{,#■;: good do. EGGS—Mate and Canada, strictly frosh crate*. Ito: westers frosh. LPgc. Buffalo Live Stock Market. East Burr alai. June IL CATTLE Total receipt* for the weak. S.Mil beati, shipments during the sam* partud ■Lim I,en.I. TI loads cxQ»gn«d through: t Louis .rn sale. Market steady ami Arm. Extra export steer*. 84.4Mrt.YiO:    good da, ftJf (34-75. choice ii wavy butcher*'. f4 TH. light baudy do, M-(8^4.-I5: cow* and heifer*, ex- I tra. S3 tMV4A.1Nt • oui moo to good. f2.JK82.45. cabre*, zraaear*. 9i.iMkiJ4.tM): veals. f4.7*a&5jy. SHELF AND LAMBS- Total receipt* for week. !32?*' brod; shipment* far the same period. 12.*!' head: Ll loads consigned through. # LuuI?- on sale. Market dull. Choice to extra clipped sheep, 85-&45.5U:    good ta choise, ia.itM$5Jft; • ommon to fair. $4-51893 UA: ckotee to extra lamb*. fXTU^T 08: do common to fate. M8959 HOGS—Total receipt* for the week. 38,741 head, shipment* for the vain* period, ll .BMI ■ toad* c«»nsigned through. 4 load* aa antas. Market active. No medium* sad heavy; mixed, ta.au. pigs, 8L.7L. The Kiwi Deliberate ■suicide Ever Witnessed at Niagara Falls. Niagara Fall.*. X Y., June ll —Shortly after I o’clock yesterday afternoon parties standing on Goat Island bridge wert? surprised to «ee a man throw hi* hat over the rail lug An instant later he placed hi* bauds on the rail and vaulted over into the rapids. Park Policeman McMullin saw him going down apparently swim ming As he reached the brink of the fall* he threw up Lith hands showing that he wa* a.ive when he made the fearful plunge A few moment* later the body wa* seen tx Axal out from under the fall* apparently nude and pa4* down the river The steamer M (iii of the Mist -darted in pursuit, and when >*.bout a boat length off the body it sank out of 4 ght. The mau is a stranger anti came from Goat island. He is desert las I ,-»> * large person well dressed in black, black whis ken ami hair. with small l»ald spot on the back of his h<-;nl. About a half hour later the body of a man d res-ss I in dark clothe* was seen floating down the rapid* and go over the fall*.    ________ A Wall Street Rumor Denied. New York. June ll.—The report cur rent yesterday in Wall street that the Richmond and Terminal company was the real purchaser of the city of Bnlriraore's Baltimore «ud (iiilo railroad stock and that the Northern Pm LU* wa* also in the deal aud would anc the Bolti more and Ohio tut it* eastern connection, I* denied by The Kvening P st, wbi- h claims through trustworthy information that the Garrett filmily (tought the stock and did so for the pu-jK.-c of keeping the road independent of «ghe«s* A W ife Stnrderwr ( o*vlvted. Xiv York. June ll.—Henrv Smiler wa* yesterday found guilty of murder in the first degree fur ice killing of his wife. Smiler is a printer by trade He hail to ceral wive*, anil Marted out one day to kill two of them, but could not get into the house of one of his intended victim*. Death af a Prominent Democrat. Niagara Fall*. N Y . June ll.—Amo* W R. Henulug died suddenly at $u*pen-smn Bridge yesterday noou of heart dirti culty Mr Henning was l*>rn at Annetta, Pa. May 5, 1*42. and graduated from Faut men Commercial college in I*5W He wa* a prominent Democratic politician and wa* for a time a member of the Democratic state committee For the pant two year* he ha* been secretary and treasurer uf the Niagara Fall* Ga* company. <ievnt~ ing much of hi* time to that institution. His mother died several years ago. hi* father about a year and a half ago. and bi* wife, who was formerly Mis* Edward* of Buffalo, less than a year ago Mr Hen uing wa* the laat of the name at the bridge. _ Ciisi Dealers on an Inspect ion Tour. BONI*XT, N Y., June ll. —Fifty prominent coal brokers and dealers from New York. Albany and eastern cities reached here yesterday nu a tour of inspection of the Delaware ami Hudson ("anal company property in New York state and Pennsyl vama. They were banqueted at the Man •ion house, after which they examined the extensive works here anti at Eddyville. In the afternoon they left on a special car for Honesdale, where they will inspect the works at that place to-day. They will also visit the mines sad breakers They will return to Albany to-morrow, where the trip will end. A UeHaa* Accident. Elmira. N Y , June IL— H. K Gninnep. a leading dry g iuds merchant, wa* banting yesterday, when his musket burst, and Mr. Guinnep was injured so badly that he will probably die His skull was fractured and the scalp torn off Belgian trios* Blowers Sent Home. Nkmt Yoke. June IL—The Belgian gla** blowers who w-re taken from the steamer Umbria, started for the other side yooter-day on the steamer Wisconsin. Their wives and children remained behind and are going to Baltimore. An Increase in Wage*. Pittsburg. June IL—Ob July I the Pennsylvania railroad will advance the wages of all it* workmen on rh* south west branch of the road The advance will range from IO to JU per cent and will affect SOU employes. A Collow Mill ( <>nipanv Assign*. Providence, June IL—The Oriental Mill* company of this city ha* made an assignment. The company became em twirraseed last month The creditor* recommended an extension of two years, but it couldn't be arranged and yesterday the assignment wa* made. Favor Australian Federation. MILBOURNE, June IL — Th* Victorian assembly yesterday unanimously approved the principle of Australian federation and appointed delegate* to the pro p«»sed convention of the Australian co louies on the subject. Puddlers’ W aces Advanced. Pittsburg, June IL—The Amalgamated association vest an lay adopted the old TO cents per ton rate oo a J-eeut cart! for the bar mill scale. The price for puddling in eastern mills ha* been advanced from 83 5U to #4 per ton. FOREIGN NEWS. TR* Columbus street Car strike. CoLmBrSi, O., June IL — Everything j wa* quint In the street car strike yester- | day and both sides are apparently waiting for th* other to move. No atternpt wa* I made to run cars and the strikers are quietly lounging about the different barn* ut the company. Soc rot Meeting of th* sugar Trust. New York. June IL—The trustee* of the sugar trust were iii session yesterday, but their proceedings were kept secret. It had benn *x pee ted that the Have me yen would force Mr Footer's retirement, but it I* stated that bo action in this respect Sergeant-ak- A ria* ( mad.*?'* Successor Washington. June ll.—The Republican members of the senate at a caucus held last evening chose ex Representative Valentine of Nebraska to succeed VV P Cana day a* -*?rv!e»nf-at-arm» of the senate CTtinamea Ordered Scut Hock. WABBINGTON, June IL—The secretary of the troa-ury ha* instructed the secretary of the port at San Francisco to send back to China fifteen Chinamen who entered the United State*. The German Em pres* IU. Berlin, Jane ll.-Th* German crap roo* tg confined to her bed with nettle r%*£i    4 THE ANGLO-GIAMAN MUDOlE REGARD TO AFRICA. IN A Ballet Exists That N egotist! twoau th* Tv* Power* Hava Become Hopelessly t urn pl teated— The Publican Bill Will Probably be Postponed—Wor V easel* for Australia—OI ber New*. London, June IL—In spite of th* an Qouncetuent that the cabinet council which w; , intended tm be beld yesterday had been postponed until after the Con servative caucus at the Carlton club tomorrow. there wa# a meeting of the minister* in the afternoon at which wa* til* cussed the matter of (termauy’s claim* in Africa. The hast) convening of this meet ing. after lojnl S«l>*hnry’a protracted in tervtew with the (german atuhaonador Monday, gives ria* to the belief that the negotiation* with Germany in regard to Africa have become hopelessly compli cared Everything now potot* to th* probe bility that to-morrow * Tory caucus will ruMiiit in the poet pone rn cut of th* govern meat'* publican compensation bill until uext Ste*iion aud the poawtige of an linier by the minority iu the house of commons ailowiug the mea*uro to be taken up at its present stag*. Such action would amount to a virtual abandonment of th* bill, out it would at th* same time permit the gov eminent to recede gracefully from an un tenable position, aud that is most deairs hie just now Mmii while the Kadical, Liberal aud Temperauc* opponent* of the • tonsure are keeping up their fight with f en greater vigor and penusteucy than they have yet showu They are not to be lured into any trap aud pay no attention to the indication* that the government is weakening in it* resolve to push th* scheme ft) DEFEND AUSTRALIAN COLONIE*. Th* colonial governments of Australia have all passed the necessary acts providing th* fun«l» for the construction by th* British government of «*vf al ships of v u-. to be devote"I exclusive! to th* defense of the Australian colonies lr is also prop*ieed to establish intercolonial free trade throughout Australia. Whether imp* rial federation, a4 advocated by Lord R.-^eliery, comr* <>r n»*t. alt si^ns point to the certainty of an Australian nuiou inst will present on the oppoeite side of th* world a copy of the United State* of America, i’he Australians are much dis-sati",led with the course of the British government iii (term it ti ag other European uatL'Ue to gam a foothold in Polesmia, aud with a fleet at their command their re rn* >iisiranees may take a vigorous form. PRESENTS FOK NIL O’BRIEN* BRIDE-ELECT M lie Kaffalovitch. who will become th* bride of William O'Brien to day. has re ceiled a large un tuber of wedding gifts, some of which are very beautiful and costly. The admirers of herself aud Mr O'Brien am* rig The ladies of Duidin have precented her with au elaborate set of bed aud tatdc lineu of the uuest quality, and the Unties ut Cork aud Kenmare have sent exquisite specimen." of lac* work. A CUI SA DE Ai. (1> sr AN lid HY. Fhetreimau government is i»erfecting plans for a wholesale prosecution of An archist* under the an ti-Soc lait st law The scheme ct ai ie rn plates the beginning of immediate act iou against this class of of f* lid* . , in ocoer to take advantage of the pro i Ii * 4 law, which will presently expire. anti as many .ie can be tried before its expiration will be proceeded against. In pursuance of this policy the police are displaying phenomenal activity in makiug arrests Among those taken into custody are a number of men who were industrious in the circulation, last April, of Socialist pamphlet* desired to foment May day disturbances. These pamphlets, it wa* ascertained, were printed in Lon don. New York and Chicago ami shipped to Germany in enormous quantities. Augustin Daly Itegan his seasou at the Lyceum theatre last evening The manager aud his company were cordially welcomed and the performance elicited frequent manifestations of approval. Elections la the Geriuaa Reichstag. BEHLIN. June IL—The reich-*tag mb tm vein*bed yesterday aud re-elected the preel dent and vice president of last sessiou Chancellor Caprivi, in reply to au interrogation regarding the passport regula Hon* in Alsace-Lorraine, said that the present system was rendered necessary by th* number of cases of treason brought before the tribunal, but more especially from military motives designed to render intercourse Ink.ween the Alsatians and th* Freuch more difficult and to accelerate the Germanizatton of the captured provinces. The system cauld not be abolished for some time to come “ Whether we shall be able to continue our present course of moderation. ‘ he concluded, “da pends upon the attitude of thoee con earned.’* Th* Land Purr baa*- Bill Nhslved. London, June ll.—The cabinet, by a majority vote. ha* decided to shelve the Irish land purchase bill. The minority, headed by Mr Balfour, were in favor of sacrificing some other measure, but yielded to the inevitable Toe ministry is confident that the other government bills will be parsed without unnecessary delay CLASS EXERCISES AT VASSAR. Interesting ( •rtiaouir* nt the Planting of the (lea Tree. POCGHEFEPHIE, N Y , June IL—The class day exercises of Vassar college began at 8 o’clock yesterday afternoon in the col lege chapel and the little hail was crowd ed Miss Laura Matthews Hale of Chi cago was marshal of the day: Miss Helen* Borgman of Benn Yan, N Y , class ore tor: Mis* Katharine Smith of I-analog, Mich., historian. Min-* Carrie Fox Baxter son of Chicago, class prophet, and ML** Grace Roseburg!! Kelly of Allegheny, tree orator Aft«r the exercises in the chapel the ceremony of planting th* class tree wa* performed on the lawn south of the main building ami the class spade was form ally presented to rh* class of ’91. Last evening the class reunion of the alumna* took place aud th* seniors beld a promenade reception in th* new gymnasium. To-day the commencement exercises will ie held anti to-morrow the twenty-fifth Anniversary of the college will be cele brat.sl Mortally Wounded MU Wife. San FraNt.182(>, June IL—Michael Coo ion. a soap maker, shot, and it is believed, mortally wounded his wife. Mary They have been married about seven yean, but were never happy together The shooting was th* culmination of jealousy. Con inn surrendered to th* poiic*. SRXX:    STOKS 25c Ribbed Vests Ladies 40e. Rlhl^j Vest. only only. 10c 25c r »•    ,    »    .......................... Lad.e* Mc. Ribbed Vests only...............4*. New Polishing I rouser set of :l irons................41.50 w . < Uiorainlum    for .-ash accounts, visits, and notes, ildren s ode. tine lace capa, just out. only.........2:lc rspy 4 He 19c mg iroug.ptr set of :\ irons. New Ch Our new    Corsets    for^ A Special drive in Lndiea* full si;l|l silk black J* Mitts, worth 35i'st our price only............. latest shipment, a lot of Ladies' warranted best fast black Cotton Hose, superior quality,worth UK', only 25c Misses' and Children's f»est fa^t black Cotton Hose. warranted absolutely stainless, double knee, only...... Ladies' I'2Jo. Balbriggan Hose, only................. Gentlemen'a Flannelette Shirts, all styles, 3*k\. 37c., tic., 43c. and 4«Ht*. each. 5iX‘. Window Screens, only 25 and 28c. f^eavv your orders for early delivery. 24c He erie store. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IU UKK KID WANTED M**t», auh w«>m*>n VV tovuL* Bin pay. Mies'lv w«»rk « Mittlt lr*?**.    N«»    expennit-e h*-***I«-.I. J, Ktt.x.xx H BiTstaT, nursery man. fen heater, N. \ STODDART A LO., Patent Attorney*. KM 7th _ St, Wxnhiitgton, D ( , I N Patent I if-(toe Pate UU, ( aveata anti He |<*Miien «e<-iir*«i rra«le Mark* legiaterol Ail Patent hUMinetui fuuduclel for annlerale Fee*. I n f. i-iu.iti. u Ad vie* anti *pe«ial referenee* sent on request. lb* It ISMI A MONTH an be mille Worton* l.,r iii. Perv.ie* pry-«cr red who * an turned! a horse ant) give their whole Ute* to the busine**. Spare moment* anay be Rroni-ably employed also. A lew vacancies in towns and ouos. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., mro Main Sc. Richmond, Va. ll U Infill buy CJS* D**ve -rr»-«*t >» eon venient --room htHtee * lot he* prestos, coaf and wotmI boutte, hand-oine veranda and vestibule, back stoop arni storin-hou**, screen doors anti windows, sU.rin sn-he- tad outside bin.tis; handsome!y pa|ten«l, newly painted inside and tuit. water ami sink in kitchen amt Md rant for lawn. Ltd *so\l*#i, new si<ie walks, fruit trees, garden and hot I ted' A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT In Ute Mer* haul* bonk Building. Inquire of ti    Jacob,Wtrtner or Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of \ L J rn rrmis us nome. K«pial to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him bcfoie purchasing. We have the largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand aud machine sewed. VV e carr}’ a complete line of NLT-TLETON’S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pail of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS* *3JMi Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the I>est shoe for the money that has ever been offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street Th ere is no latter place to buy Boses, Stain-roses wee p i ng-roses, all kinds of fine ornamental plants, coleus gerarieums. tomatoe and cab- bage plants, than VANDERWEL LEN S GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle And Seventh St*. pF(Y {Joods a|sd Carpet?. ADAM, I WDM GNOM AM REU'AX HMX K 39tf-402 Main Street, Buffalo,    -    N.    Y. SECOND IO NONE. Our motto in:    ‘Second to Moue.* W e wish to be NecoiidiB none in your service. Try us aud nee. We wish to impress ujx>n our out of town friends, in view of the pro|xx»ed changes in the tariff ami the prunable iucr«*ase in the coat of nearly ail kinds of dry goods, that the month of June Mill be 'rue month for them to shop.    Prices Mere never lower than they are at [•resent in our store. If the proposed tariff bill past***.*, prices must go up. We are ottering splendid bargains iii sateens and ginghams and summer wash fahriea of al! kinds. The balance of our spring stock of i ioaks are selling cheap. We quote the folloMiug bargains in underMear: Gentlemen 4 blue mixed shirt* aad drawers in medium weight*, at SQc per suit. Gentlemen’* Balbriggan underwear, 50c per suit. Gentlemen’* blue angola shirt* aad drawer* at 85c. each, 40c. goods Ladies Jersey vest* a* low a* 10c. each bailie*' balbriggan vest* with lac* trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good gra ie Jersey vea«>a at 25c. .each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vest* at 75c. each. Silk vest*, ail color*, 75c. each. Linen pri< ta will be conaiderably advanced if the tariff is changed Gar price* are much below even current prices, and we are selling fine cloth* napkin*. D Gy ley*, towel*, etc., at rara bargain#    —— New Style# in paranoia. New styles in glove*. New ntyles in hosiery. Headquarter# in Buffalo for ^Carpet*. Rug#, Draping and upholster)ng*fa;>ricn. Add Meldm and Anderson, american block, MAIS STH EET, BUFFALO. N. Y. CC. PENFOLD Manufacturer and importer, amie* main vt, buffalo, m. y. DKALER IN I Hamonch,    VV'    atub^t and Jewelry, Cloek*, Niiverware, L#atta«-r (jowli, etc. KSGRA VINH, HOLD if SIL VER RL A TIN A COMP!,RTR LINC OW Holiday Goods JIH MAIN HT KE KT, BUFFALO, N Y.Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures YQU CET THE WRONG SOPT the RICHT ONES PEARL TOP IND ARE ' 8*9 *hi b GEO. A. MACBETH L CO.. PITTSBURGH, PA. ;