Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 17, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol,, xx B HEP SEREST ATI VE USINESS HOUSES another mise horror. THIRTY-ONE MINERS MEET A TERRIBLE RATE OF DUNKIRK. 4 NFM Kl UMI HAl'HlM l r rulin* /% ill kin*!* >4 ».4»*k* •• •I**' •*•»*"* #.iU.U"« Be VI •«    l»r|**rtww»t    >» r T    Imnk.rtlt'nnMikJ*    imi>*nv fj     — 7 uviMtrK^i • in' w --I ^ *r*'I’ A « *-ntrmi A muu**, "Pl"*!' /‘-ufn \ j 5q,oa All    OI    W.r    l »D.I "oft * AT JI Lu rn I**-r, 'bmii «** *“•* I At*. 4 Ii? I i iiflMpoo    tor    wL>l<*al*    Ult* •uiitefiML HoKKIfUF WOK! Off MKK UA JCP. It It K. < 11 mint. f£* «n>l in ( entrai Aw >. Aru«tar P»n.u.«rrBpU**r. in»tJUilaJM*iU* Pu./tograelte of Balms » speeiklty* *,lt7r* *##U not wa, I for nuunbiiM* except for JBI in**. { # pr»**lol . Nu. I* B. Ssewari Itiwi. near Bul- ti .I •urot, Dunk.rh, N■ I MB.fi/• or*,    I l*iai|»lil**Uq et* ., ImmiiiiI in Btl rivb**. « enter* J sr uiuU\ aron.teU to. All wick cubtbbUwI. ft KA MKKT HUM KIK! MOL "UL I# I fULTBl A v#ou«*. Wnui**aJ* Bml retail Ueab*r im L i**rt#«1 bb«1 »u Uteri** I h at, i.liwiVr, t> . . .MAI TA ti Ai I A HOT ti. * /    itate», ti V*r *lBT. Livery *«•» Hob.ii.lift "ULI# in i’obwx Ua V ii'tor Kntrr. SSS Boil SIT Lion ilrwt I I ITV UAliKCK -HOI' \ )    • bu Nuk, Prop.. (J bi Ire I .Bk** '•bor® NtUnOti Bauk. conner I «iiw BM' I I IH r i »iwu. A Ame «tn«-k of for.urn bd«I IM«iM**lte « mar*. i HOKIT* A 'ON, V *    XU* t enter iirert, fro* to'bi bum-kbrrt. Pajrttettijur Bttentioo i* to iBteiteriujt burs* m. "hoeing af roo*I j trotting bi>r*s* a "iMu-ixity. I) INKIKK CVBN I MU OHMCRVBB. I.arifr-t Gaily in Ute Coaatv. Aa ii **q us! W*U aUvertmu* rn*-Ii hub 1.1 NKIKK FN*.IN# FRINO lOCPA.Nt. /    Lormstlr    "«iirw    A m anufa* iur*-r» of r.ugiu«*", Aithrv PuHrft, j •in • fi.ag ll iuj(t rn, cl*'. Pattern*. Furling*, j ( B>Ua|9, BB'i Mb. iii ae Work to or ler. I bUN It IKK MUST CVA, AR. MI Biol JUT I ¥ Center ntreet, Manufacturer* of the *r r«unweif’ anil “Imttkirfc" perter! - itll sn Ore aa rii.ru*. on BB ie in Bl I leading lurmAittf, IOU: ag aud dr) gsaris liuunea tit I Junk irk. I>. F. rooMF.%. ♦ A Bad 434 Lorn Street I ll Irealer ta I U or. lee.!. Bit. bsisu Hay. rtw**-ulialee. et*. FalaliiistteU, IsTT. hKI C lio m Bud toning 'van-on, lo iou 4 Depot. KUT acc— to bm tm.na and tws-bow Sonar*. Beat Breton Q»»Mtati.ma far » om-ser. iBi I raveler*. I.om J Murphy, Prop. K HACK* A « AA.. VT and Al ¥, ToirU atrecC fine F or altun*. • Blo ae I Ware boo l> ii ii iRiring Picture Frame* made to arter. HV . Ii Ut ll I '• J* A » * * Mil I en ira. Ave.. L«o<ten of I- alburn and lienUemen (mutiters AKUI I ST*.AM UFA TINA* IO., ll anOfiM tnrem ut "tests Heating Apparatus Sanitary Pl urn mux a specialty H OCK -THM LAI NIAKY. our specialties; kine "bi rte. loc; Collar*. lr; C afft, 4**, ani Lace I i. rL*. tis Free Iteuv ery A vt . Cumming*. AIT t Miler street ll K. OK MM. ¥ r bird st, cor of Bu lf alo Man ut actins*!* aud denier n ¥ ne B«« Ie A "S<>«s I , CSKI WK ll. KH s NKW STORC, nil ¥ IU ri •!    t,'    • a ."U»U- ‘t.er . M ,».• ai In • rn ni'-ii Us, Mjga.’.i lie*.I *at ly aieivt ekiv Pa ertBimng to a ii. a - pee tai tv ____________^      ..    ,    ki*ers n<l ck rr'iiin g pertaining Ut a erst ckn txM.k Uire vbtki. IU ■ j»H PKI.MT><■ i>l every description and at • I    ..sreat iivtug i tics t>-.' Dunkirk Printing < oui|iaus, S and lo P.. -e<«md St JU. % A* Acct.ienl au<t t.enerai lusuranun. HI Rf N anti t«ene ar* in Beat P.-tate and attention paid u> me • ire ag re ut* ic. IIH! enter son, fir* Lilt. luinurasun. I lea i-L.naus. Particular •*f or .peri J collect- j ak., .lid Ctior. M ON KOB'N PHARM kt I. tai * entrai Avenun H cb. I a ii ar ten f.»r Wall Paper Pi.rn .Obit, A* ii BRR INS, J. W, I*Ut tenter street. M tun foot urer anti dealer i n I larne-s. -addle#. Br,dies, collars, Crunks,* I pa, Hit lf alo K<diea, M T-e Cover* * .lorn M. tie un and -leigb R.die« I*. SS HOI TK*, _    17    East    Thirl    street. Facbiooablc Tailor, ircnlit men w.Il Sad it to tue,r aa van cage p. rail on me before pur nan.na elsewhere. Ii PL IART A COL, CW Lumi street. ■ •enenl Hardware,White la'a.t.OiU,Painter's 9uppK.-s. (bl < loth-, <>rantte Ware. A special tv I sberwih W iltianaa Pa. ut and Monroe range. It I LINS*, such aa Mank-iMtok*. Irlgera, and ait kmdsof blanks done Bt Dunkirk Pno'mg « om pane, :* and IU E- -econ.l -L • , I i >i ll.PH KO IT VEN HIP PIR. IL    cor. I biri aud Bnf alo na, Healer in t>raaite, Marble. P aggmg anti Bunding -toms. Call on me ne fore buying your st*le-WBlk. I) Isl KT A CO., L    • and J P ast Fruit -tn-et Whiskr, Wmea, Brandies. iT-terai Liquor store for fmily ids. ikOUKBT VKtV, IV    Lion street, near the depot, Boartmg. -ale, feed and Livery st*bin. stabling by the day or week on reasonable ITT— AM J. «* I PPA irt». JU! Central Apa. (Up t^ o... t -    - >*■^uerai Insurance and keai Balate VgenC fire, Life, Accident, kit ' Live Utucl Lur Ui act e. Prom pc attention gi v -n to baying and selling Beal P -tate I * JON P.S. 75 K. Th,rd ac, cor I vent Place into* Meal Market- PreaA, Salt aa. -Mibd Meat*. I .ar-1, sauaages, «ivstcr* aa P-.ultrv S. JEW El.K V. At. ie Aurora Bai I nm-! * at. a Le pa.nag a specialty. I. -laid. NJ K I birl ak ki:k. Men bam ra.ior. 1« i entrai Avenue $600 REWARD! va I wdi pay the al»»Te re war I for any cam of Liter t oui plaint, Dv s pepsi a, sick I leat la* be I itl^rslt'-a. . rn* ii pa urn. tit loativeuese w» < ta,.oi cure w.U) West’* Vegetable Liver Ptlla s lien (be lim lions arr strictly complied with I net aie purely N egctauie. aud never tail I* g. re satisfacbKU sugar J outed. Large It.ive* c«»u!Biuing k* Pills, ift cent*, lb ware bf I'oun i rte its, and tmiiBU.uus. The grn’ti ne manu tv ure t tally bj J J‘IIN L W BBT A CO. sold by Monroe s Pm an* tir. D kirk. N. I Tbs Explosion Un* of tks Most Diana lroua Ever Recorded la the Hie tory of the Coke Refton The Accident Occurwd la the HIU Parma Milles na Dunbar. Pm — Ftftj-Bovoa Miner* W ere at Work When tho Fire Damp Exploded — Fire Quickly Fallowed the Explosion and AII Hugs of Escape Was bhat DAT ky the Flames. Only Two Men Benetted. Who Had Died front the Force of the Ex pi.mien. Parent*. Wives. Children and Sweet hearts of the Entombed Victim* '.ether at the Mouth of the Mine. and a strong Guard is Necessary to Pts-•rat Them from Bush lag late the Deadly Hole—strenuous Effort* Being Made to Rescue the Bodle*. Dunbar, Jane 17 —Thirty on* ruiner* were killed yesterday by an explosion of goa in the coal mines at Hill Farm, owned by the Dunbar Furnace company, and located one mile went of thin place The expiunloo occ ame I at 10 3b o’clock in the morning The bol ie* of two of the unfortunates were taken oat The other* are still entombed in the mine, where a {terce fire is raging * Desperate effort# are in progress to clear the way to recover the bodle*, bat so far without avail A ream mg party of IOU men, headed by Mine Inspector Keigley of this district, spent the aftertujon rn the pa. but up ta a lata hour last night had baen able to rescue but two bodies These two men had died from the force af the explosion and the bodies are badly huraed. Their feat ares ore dis toited and dL-figured and could only bo recognized by their clothea Fifty *avon miners were at work about 5,<JUb feet from the mouth of the slope when the explosion occurred    Near    the point at w hich the beading -tarted, an air hole bad beeu Trilled recently    Gas    and water hail accumulated in it    A miner named Patrick Kerwin penetrated this air hole, six inches in diameter,    with    his pick, whereupon a strong stream of water gushed out Kerwin alarmed sounded ’he danger signal His assistant. Patrick Hayes started hurriedly for the main entrance and had scarcely moved when the foul gas was ignite* from his lamp The explosion that followed was terrific What little air there was in the place drifted to the heading to the right of the injun entrance The fire followed swiftly and before the thirty -cue men would be alarmed all hope of sarape was shut ok by the flames The twenty-six men employed in the left head were notified af the clanger in time to save their lives although their e-cape wa# thrilling and wa* accompanied by the wildest confusion Af a point uear where the explosion ac curred the bodies of Daniel hbeiran. fine tx -wa. aud Darn! Hayes were found They hod evidently attempted to escape through the flauies Following is a full list of tho in lasing miner* Joseph Brione*. Ku h bhd Brio nek Milt FERNET married Barney Mons. Pktlk Eagan, aged 44 years tiOHkKT Mi it ITLL Martin Cay ankh John Cope, lUJkrned ANDY Cope, son of John Cope Pat Divllv married John De Bannet, married John Joy John De Bavney. sou of John De Ban uey mr David Davis, married. THOM AA Davis, son of David Da via Pat Cahill, married William Cahill, -ingle. PAT COURTNEY, married John COURTNEY, win of Pat Courtney Dan scouts, married J A ML' "HE NRN DANNY SHEARN David Hays#, mjurned William H nte*. son of David Hayea .James McCleary, married. Thoma- Mi Clk a RY. married FLM KR Pi-^ tv -ingle Joseph BIGLEY, aged 30 roars, leaves widow and two children. Barney Maust. Fmanukl Maist, brother of Barney Maust Jai k Mitchell aged 40 years, married. The explosion was one of the most disastrous and deadly in the history of the coke region. In the Leissurmg disaster in IflKi twenty three men Uwt their lives. At Col. James M Reed s works at this place two years earlier twenty Ave men were killed at the Youngstown works. A year later some fourteen lives wert lost. This late-t calamity has unnerved the community and the inhabitants arp wild with excitement. Thousands of people gathered at th# mouth of the mines in the afternoon. Among them were the pared ta. wi vee, children aud sweethearts of the uafortun-atoo, and a strong guard of police was necessary to prevent many of them, mad with anguish, from rushing into the deadly hole Wivern, widowed by the horror, -tod. about ill clad and aura fix it ♦—I, lulling to sleep their babies in arm* Mothers wrung their hands and cried aloud for their boys, while children aged from S to 15 years hurried about, looking into the bbirkened faces of the escaped miner*, in the hope of Anding their fathers or brother* Their suffering woe pitiable, and while the authorities of the company were exerting ail their energies to recover the bodies, the total abnence ol information regarding the fare of the nns-ing men ma*ie tUeir dixtrens more severe, and moans aud groans went up unconsciously from mony of th# pinched lips in the unhappy crowd These works fur utah coke for th# Dun bar Furnace company, who own them tfoorge Parish af Wilke*-Barre. Pa., la president of the company Samuel Dick son and J C Bullitt of Philadelphia are among th# heaviest stockholder* The effacers of th# furnace company have been notified of the disaster, and the authorities hor* have bean instructed to do evarything In their power to relieve lite dis’ row of thee* who have suffered the calamity The nut>rwtaie Railing Mill company sem a force of men to aid the rescuer*, and    they will ainee down their work* and send all their employee Th# Olyphant Furnace people tele graphed la* night asking lf assistance was nailed Their service* wiM anc be needed. as more men harealready veJunL-ered than J can find work C(ironer Holtefiok who Uvea at Fair ( banca, wa* notified last night H# is expected h«rr ie-day The lam by the exph doci cannot now be ascertained It erlll U heavy, however end the owners 4 are fearful that the works will have to be allan toned Night never fell on a gloomier scene thou this. Men, women and children still stood about hoping against hope and pain fully silent Just inside the manhole holding in his hand a flickering lamp stood Father Melody with his prayer book in baud reading the last sacrament to the unseen unfortunate* Hr w*» not disturbed by tbs excited, earnr-t workmen, who rushed Hither and thither rn their endeavor to get at th# bait Arm* full of hay were carried in by th# men to close off ail possible escape af the fresh air The news of the explosion spread rap idly to all the work- in the region On all incoming trains visitors commenced to pour into Dunbar Mony mine bueaee and superintendents were among them. aud the Utile hotel wa* taxed to its utmost capacity . To the miners it was a question almost personal, a* none of them knew when death may meet them in the aaine form A fire damp explosion is Y. TJTKSD VY. JUN’S IT. 1»«. bISt’O.YI LM th BOBBIES. DlteEASED MEAT IN CHICAGO DISSATISFIED WITH THE GOVERNMENT’S POLICE BILL TR* Meti-upviltau Palls* af Loudon Will Coil a Meeting I# Decide I poi* a Plan of Act iou - An lmportan; BUI Befur* Par Ii ament—Mary Anderson’* Marriage Will be a Quiet Affair region and on that account, lf for nothing I rise. rh.- present disaster is all the more fearful THE PURE FOOD BILL. London, Jan# IT—The government's polite bill, which ie just published, tail* to satisfy the discontented "bobbies'’ notwithstanding its obvious purpose to moi lify the feeling growing out of Mr Mat thews arbitrary course The disaffection at the police ha* finally taken definite form and a meeting of repreneutittives of the force ha* been called to decide upon a plan of action which will be put into operation at once The professional labor altaian have come promptly to the front with offers of amlet-sup# and in some casette v* dispensed with the formality of of faring their services and taken up the cause of the police ae their own One af the first measures ta be adopted by the police, it is stated upon authority will be their prompt and positive declination of the aarim alin- of thee* agitator* for the reasou that their identification with the movement will drive away the very eie ■nit of popular support of which the men stand in greatest need and upon which they rely chiefly for success The influence of Chief Commissioner Mutero is being exerted in the direction of rarity in chi* restraining violent expression of the in A Cumpreheustvs Report from tits Cern rn lite* on Agriculture. Washington, June IT—Mr Paddock, from the committee on agriculture and forestry, mode a re part ta the senate yea terday on the pure food bill. The report says that if the I ailed State* is to inter pjjee to prevent os the cern mitt#* thinks it should, the damsge to health and mar als which these prs. rices of dishonest dealer- an* working in every community. it seems desirable that the information already gained, and the experience ac quired in the department of agriculture should be utilized Aa the en force maut of the law will de peed very largely upea scientific iiiveatigation, it was felt by the committee that the officer* eanaacted with it sUould be from e ••liefly scientific da partment. Anat her rtto*au equally a* strong presented itself as an argument for placing the exiecution of the law under the direction of the depart meut of agrtsul tun* By far the grv iter part of the articles of food consumption which would be affected beneficially by the proponed legislation are the products of American agriculture. Declining prices and restricted markets. the result# of sophi-tication of foods after they have pmtsed from his kanda, withdrawal of the -on Ade nee of the oeasuiner, which is cifts una alike th# reputation of the producer and the product—ail have combined to arou-e the Amen aaa farmer to the uec-esstty of -urb natluaal legislation as wiil supplement imperfect and conea quentiy ineffective legislation of the -tatee It i- <**timated by a leading trade journal of the United ^tate*. says the report, that 2 per rent of the entire load product of the country ia -op hist it ated Taking the e-timat* of four sad a hall biliioa* of do ti jct* a* tim total value ef the food supply ' on*timed ut the United "tate* Annually, (here is upon this basis of vetlmat iou fie).(MG.(MN) a year of fraudulent food products foisted upon consarn ere Dr Abbott of the Massachusetts Board of Health, asserta that ta that state a* the resalt of the stringent food t«n#c- excitement which prevails in his de | .rtuient, aud thi# is the only check upon » demonstration which would wreck the hopes of the leaders of forcing the govern meat into a liberal compromise, if not on absolute back down in parliament there is evidence in the temper (rf the opposition, and Mr. Balfour s surrender Id the matter of the band purchase bill of the waiting power of the government, and every possible advantage will be taken of th# situation to increase the confusion of the ministry TO PROTECT SIU TISH INVESTORS A bill of great importance la before parliament and hoe fawn reported favorably from a committee. It holds to a strict re •potability Hisn who permit their names to be used sa th# directors of projected companies It has been a coon ai ou thing for noblemen and ethers here and prom -inent American- en the other ald# to permit. for a • o us. deration. the uae of their names in connection with en ter prise* that are being floated on the British public Hereafter, should the bill besom* a law, a# it doubtlasa erlll at this suasion, all such persona, thus authorizing tbs use .rf their names will be liable Anan clolly fur the truth of the statement# to whmh their names are affixed aa guanin tora, and any person losing money through such an anterpriae may bring suit against auf director aud re. over damages, but the director may present os a sufficient defame*. evtdea. « abow mg that he made careful inquiry in good laith into the repre •entat* rn- made in behalf of the company It la expected that the operation of this iuil will put an end to much at th# deception now practiced on British investor* TUE NAVAJHH>AJilMUMfiN MARRIAGE Only «ight psrson* beside* 'ae contracting parties and the officiating ctrrgymaa and hts attendant# will be present at the marriage of Mary Anderson to Mr. Na verre in the suburban church to-day raer*- sd 11 be no bridesmaid# The bride and groom will »p«*ud their hone) ut' <*>u in Venice The Calden ion railway »tat ion at kdin burgh caught fir* yesterday and despite the atrenu*ms exertion# made to save the •tructur* it wa* totally burned, together with a large number of carnage* and ether property rtx German Culholtc brothers and nine and drug inspection laws there ha# been a Maters of chanty have taken their depart saving of 5 per cent ta the people in the ar* for Africa the increased purity of food product# lf the same results of deterrent legislation could prevail throughout lh* country the annual saving to the consumer through pure food would reach the stupeudous I sam of a quarter of a billion dollars But then* u> another 'tendpoint hardly I leas vital from which the importance of the subject present# itself That m from the »tde of the food proceeds whoa# product* are sophisticated and misbranded, and whose market for a pure food product ta restricted because of the pjusuen for fraud which discredits the punty af the products subject to adulteration In conclusion the report say*. "The hill reported bv your committee is believed to be at once conservative and comprehensive. It is drawn in their judg meat alike in the interests of the honest manufacturer and the general consuming public, it will render unnecessary the en act meat of law* dire. cd against special interests or designed to supplement trade jealousy By its po?- ge ai! u iteration and Aoph istle at loo ta foci* and drugs, it is believed, will be reduced to the minimum, commercial integrity to engage in misMnnarv worm Forty eight workingmen» dwellings were destroyed by fire at Steinbach. Pni!*- aii^yaMerday butchers of Hamburg are on strike to maintain their membership in the Butchers union the masters having no tided them to withdraw under penalty of item tonal MR. BALFOUR ASKED TO EXPLAIN PaneUlts* Indignant Over til* Action of Police at New Tipper*!-) London, Jane 17 — There was an exciting scene in the house of commons last evening growing out of a Darnel lite demand for an explanation on the part of Mr tlaifeur rf the maltreatment of the people of New Tipperary by the police od the oceeoioa of the celebration of Mr. O Brian s marriage by parades, bonfires. Me Mr Balfour denied th* charge that the people had been maltreated for celebret mg Mr O Brum "a marriage, or that bhoy bad been maltreated at all The pollee had extinguished the bonfires, bat bulwarked by the eely for the reason that they obstmeted detection and punishment of dishonest dealers and millions of dollars annually saved now abstracted from the pockets of consumers Supplemented, as it should be. by legislation dealing with the inspection of products of the slaughter house* intended for foreign sale, it will strengthen and build up a declining export trade in American food products and maternally lighten the load new carried by the American farmer :h# san Mea# Races at Brighton Beach. Brighton Beach. N Y , June IT—The races bere yesterday to suited as fallows Firot race. X mile Slumber first. Ba hem mn second. Lancaster third, time, UKK- Second race. % mile Early Blossom first. Repent second Conrad third* time. 1AHM Third race. mile Reelers first. Civil Service second. Trestle third, time, l ib. Fourth race, 1\ miles: Little Jim first. Quezal second W Daly. Jr, third, time, %:W%. Fifth race. I mile: Strideaway tint, Bodge secoud. Seymour third. time. I Alit, of Avardi Mad« for Washington, June IT—The award the N, I io-too armored cruiser will be to William Cramp Sc xan*of Philadelphia, adopting their plan* and ar ran gemen ta of engine* and healer* -txteen feet in diam et#r. and enbetitating them in the depart meat » plan of hull The S.iUGtoa cruiser gue> to th# Union Iron Work# company of California on the department plans at il.7W.0flU _ Admiral Long Resigns. Hong Kong. June 17 —Admiral Long. the English commander of the Chinese North Coost sqmadron, has resigned He gives a* his remain for resigning that the Chinese officers of the squadron ars in •ubnrdiaote The prospects for the fleet are bod. a* the Chinese admiral and the captains are totally incompetent rs Gill and Clancy questioned Mr Balfour in regard to the system of "shadowing'' prevalent In Ireland, and asked how shadowing would prevent boycotting Mr Ihalfour said that no one in Ireland had been shadowed unless he was engaged in intimidating other* When intimidation ceased, he said. shadowing would be stopped Mr Balfour then alluded to the crimea which hod Urea committed by the Irish, hi# remarks having the effect to exasperate the Parneilites Mr Dillon in a violent manner demanded on apology from Mr Balfour for the use of the word “crime,” and Mr. Gill gave Balfour the lie. Mr Gladstone challenged Mr BiUfour to prove his aanertion* that the Liberal* * had engaged in. encouraged or abetted I crime Mr Balfour substituted the words "boycotting and intimidation" for "crime,” and 1 on appeal to th* #p«axer the subject was , dropped _ A Nsjs EvmSib af tbs Bait Aet. Boston, June 17.—A St Johns. X F, special giv#* a description of the bewest a*salon of the bart act A Newfound land vessel procures a license to carry a cargo of herring to Boston under th# false pretense of stress of wesrhar and lh# calk at bt Pierre ."Le is there attached under process of UM French court for an alleged lets to a St Pierre trader This debt is ar cly fictitious Uudsr order of the •ourt th# carn* of barring is sold in St Pierre at public auction and a large pries ta res ii md The dup ai released from the attachment and the captain pocket# the •poll and the law is success fully evaded A Pleasure Yacht Baa Dow*. Detroit. June 17 —The steam yacht I alia, owned by the Grosse Pointe club. aas run down and sunk in the Introit river, off the Michigan dock#, shortly after I o clock yesterday afternoon All on ooard were rase awl The yacht was run . zn by th# tow tug Un*ping. Several Thousand Psuod* F*asd La th# Basemsat of rn Slaughter lf aune Cl HT ABO, June 17 —Health department inspector* claim ta have- rfi>rrtver*»d that the meat of lumpy jaw ct I cattie was betag pn**erved for *aie at Jacob Has# slaughter h«>u*e The inference u fhjtt at cheap price* tiro tainted meat wa* in he marketed through peddler* in the arf s-an district# ta Chicago ApiMLTOutlv each elevator load of m#at. before being hoisted to (he tipper floors of the slaughter house for de»druction in rendering vat*, was for a moment lowered to the basement and the hind quarters ■se refly unloaded, after which the deva tor again darted upward to the rendering vat*. Two thousand "even hundred pound# of the alleged >iiaea#ed meat was (bund hidden in the basement. ENGLAND WANTED THE PENINSULA. Aa I star* lew IT Uh On# of th# Al!#go«t "aa I>i#go Filibuster*. San Francisco, June 17—Walter G Smith, who wa* honked ae governor gen sral of the new !#>wer ( aiifentia republic, which the San Diego filibuster* proposed to start in August if their plan# had not lawn exposed, is in flu* city H»- det tared that the mpwrf of SpecuU Agent Foster will deal more with the plan# of the revolution over the border in Lower California than with the attempted inca "iou from the United "tats* All the blame rest# on the British company which wanted the revolution so that the Fsnm villa coaid be banded over ta the protec (ion of England He assert# that Foster • report will ex .meritte the Americans who have bosn barged with fllibu-tsnng A cold-blooded doctor Ills Explanation of Hi* Aelitaat't I***rh U.x>« Not "atUf> th# Polls#. Milwaukee. June IT —Dr Hts-ae wax trr»"fed Sunday afremoca H*telephoned for the police to come to his office. When they arrived ne wa*, emily vmokiugg long (temSled pipe while two feet away tram him wa" the dr-ady body of Miss Annie Lu belat hor The doctor said she wa* taken with a fit rn en’enag hi* office and died He refused to say sn vt h. ag further, except that he did not knew her The girl. it was learned by the police afterward hod besa paddling a patent medicine for Br Hose# TRI* Sauna* Like * Ramans*. ^ IENXX, June 17.—Th# Archduchess Yg-leria yesterday publicly ren#uaoe4 ail Jai ai" to th* tbrsa. of Austria, in order that abe might marry rhe man of her hater The ceremony af th# renunciation took plaj.e ta the imperial council cham her. It was an affecting a* well a# an impressive «m en# Th# archduchess having tnjide her formal declaration which was July attired and proclaimed, turaod to rhe -itaperer and members af (ga imperial family and said a loving hU'hjtad woald make a true woman happier than a ta*u vand throne# The em parer took hie laughter in hi# arm", and all present were deeply touched i I oak U»« tar* an strike. New \ ohk Jane 17 —The executive committee of th# Cloak Catter* union, th# 1 look Makers and Cantractar*’ unioasmer yesterday and signed an agreement to •(rand by each other rn the lockout of th# employee of Mever. Jonaeseu At Co A opy (rf this agreement wa# seat ta the Man ufact urers asMociation The Cont rae-tor#' union will return all the un finished work they have on hand to th# manufacturers Confederated unions of the w*rk-uicn will only m»Mcmze clothing manufacturer* individually. About IO NNJ employe* are on strike and both aide* ara determined. A Till-Tapping Pnlteeiaan *u«pen<ie«L New Yore. June IT —Policeman Donovan hoe been suspended from duty and he ha# been pin red gaffer arrest -bar gaff with till-tappmg It is « harged that na the lith inst , when in full uniform, he -•■tared Michael Burns "aiooa, and when b# thought the bartender'" attent iou w a# turned in another way he took "#me money from the caih drawer When caught ie the art he dropped the money in th# drawer aud hastily left If Dane van rn convicted of the charge ha will Im sent to prison. ______ Fear* at rn Yellow Fever Fpid#mlc. NY ASHINOTOS, June 17 —burgeon (rea-ernl Him iii.rn of the Marine hospital bureau, is informed that a second case af yellow fever bos developed aa the British vessel Avon, now detained at the than deieur. La., quarantine aration H# has alae received a to port from a special agent «eut to Merida, Yacataa, to investigate it# sanitary cond (Mon. that twelve case* of yellow fever have occurred (hare and there are fears of nu epidemic. •furriers*! la Bi* Tampa. Fin . June IT —J Baker and a man named Browue. bosh carpenters. hied a difficulty recently over nam* meany which Baker loaned ta Brown# Baker went to Browne « t«.arrimg house fihiaday prepared to pick a quarrel with him unless he paid the money and finding Br#wa# asleep he struck him a heavy blow on tho head with a piece of "Cantling Brown# died shortly afterwards Baker is in jail. Tug Boat I>#*trvysri ky Fir*, Baltimore, Juno lf.—The tug D L Flannagan of Troy, X Y.. from Norfolk for Chariest ob. S t\. took fire at J. fib A. M., Sunday. 15 miles outside af Cape Henig The pilot boat. Pilot of Baltimore, discovering fames went to her relief, rescued th# crew, extinguished the flame*! and towed the boat ta Norfolk Tha hull of the Flauuagan is Ladly burned A Lunatic * Suicide Lincoln, Neb . June 17 — Richard Hansen, an in mat# of the insane asylum, killad himself Sunday He wa# confined in a "safety room, but gained rnsos to tbs window with the glass of which he inflict cd frightful ga- hen on his throat, causing almost mutant death Han«en ho# beeu in the asylum only a few day* A New BrakeoDoa I nj iii Wellsville N. Y , June IT —F a Ransom of Hornell#vllI#. N Y . a new brake luau on the way freight on the New York. Lake En# and W'esdern railway, whit# making a coupling at this station fell be neath the wheel* and had his left leg injured and the toe* of his right foot badly crushed stanley'* Latest Agpolatment. Bringela. Jane 17.—Henry M Stanley ha* been tendered and has accepted th* governor generalship of tha Uoaga Free State He will not enter upea hie datum until tha beginning af MAI unless ha should be called upon to assume thorn earlier by King Leopold. THK SPORTING NEWS. YESTERDAY’S EVENTS IN THS WORLD OF SPORT I— 4 I— Rd Smith af l>en*cr Heat* J*mc* Bal) mi Philadelphia U. a •’laish GU*» Fight at Bnffhi*> — Re*nita af the Bai. Gnu*!—Race* aa Tv* froch* -Char ley smith ol Fuglaai I Ma cs a (hail# age Buffalo, Jun# IT.-The Arlington Atli let it- club’s Dew amphitheatre sa# . rowd*.. inst night with devotees of the manly art of sell defen se, who hail assembled ta wit ties* the flumh glove fight between Cd Smith of Denver and James Daly of Phil adeiphia Smith wa# the favorite in the betting Both men had worked them •elves into fine condition Smith weighod 17b pound# He wa* seconded by William Maid.ion. Mike Cleary and Frank Boe worth. Daly’s weight was given at MYI pounds Steve Brodee, th# bridge jumper Tom Manning and P J Griffin of Phiia deiphia were behind Balr. Daly entered the ring promptly at MMU followed a aiotneut later by Hraith The tight was for a El ***» puree, of whieh 35UU woe to go to the loner Professor James Connors of the Buffalo Athletic club acted aa referee. Daly fought hard, but it wa* easily to be seen that he was no man h for Smith Daly wa* terribly pun’"nod tad wa# only •wived from being completely knocked out by failing to respond in th**eventh round the tight being awarded ta Smith. THE BASEBALL FIELD The Games In th# Brother houri. I.«agu<r am! American Aaoulatlon. FLA VCli# I KA.let At Boston Boated ....    0e02202« 1—11 Philadelphia. ......0 2 2 0 4 5 tt U •- U Ha*c hit*—h<<*ton LL Philadelphia lh Errors Htatou A Philadelphia IU. batteries Humbert and Kelly; BuSntou and Cruse aud Milligan. Umpires Matthew* and Gunning Sec ond game Bo-ton  ........3 a 0 U 11 4 0 U 3—IE Philadelphia  0 *> 0 0 I 0 I U o— 2 Has# hits—Boston Id Phi'adc I phi* #. Errors Huston 3, Philadelphia », Batten**! Radbonrne and Murphy: filiated and Millican. I’m pi re* -Gunmag and Matthews. At Brooklyn -Brook vs    .2    0200    1401    I— 7 New York   I I 0 I 0 0 I 0 2 O— 4 Ro**- hit* Brtrf.klya T, New York t Error" Br ooklin L New York A Botte rlee Murphy aud Kl rn. low Ursae ami Bering. Umpires Knight ami lunes Ar Buffalo Buffalo.    00010410 3— A Pit-.burg ...........0    4    t    3    0    I    0    2    v-lii Hjsm hits —Buffalo U, Pittsburg ID. Error* -BnffhloL Ptttahurg V Harte Has- Fenton and Mack. Maul ami <Jumu Umpires Barnes and Gaffney At Chicago-- Chicago ..     .0    •    9    0    0    0    I Cleveland ....... .0    I    I    4    0    4    0 Base hits -* hrtcago A Cleveland » Errors Ch.cag.. % cleveland 2. Batterie* Baldwin and Farrell. M £ut. Uffe. Umpire* Eer#u*oa ami Rather! it Atlas at. its or I At New Yerh- B rook! yu ............9    00034011—6 New Turk. ... .......0    3    0    0    0    0    2    0    lh    4 Fia*e hit*—Brooklyn 4. New Tork » Errors Br.*kklvn 2. New York 2. Batteries—Terr? and Clarke. Roar ami Bm kiev. Umpires Powers ami Ai. (JujOd. At Ida*ton Boe*.m  .........fi    0    0    4    2    0    0    3    0-    Ui Philadelphia _____4    0    u    4    u    s    0    U    0-    0 Bane hilt - H.wteo lo. PLL "dei pa ta A Errors Buat.ta A Phiiarisiphia 15 Batterie* Uetsetn aud Bennett; Vickery and Clements. Umpire Za. karta*. HtuM.nd game Borina ..... 000 0 00020004 1— 8 Philadelphia.    OIOOOIOOOOOOO- 3 Hat hit* busU/u IU. I u..<uk ipnJa ill. Errors Busti>a L Phihuicl^hia f batten - Nichuisaiui Bennett; "rn;th ami C’lementa Uiupi . - Zadiarum. At J Ute in natl UvUjuii     3fi00303u*-7 Cl* v. lor..l  ....... .0 61000003-3 Rtue hit* • lie tseoti IO. PUveioad A *urr rs t iiM iu&sU 3. C Ie v etami A BittLric* Yiaa and he#nan. Uuuuia ami limier. I'mplre- McDermott At (TiiCitgu Chicagr'....... 2    I    1 0 0 0    0    3 I itlsaii nr  ....0    000006    I b*.-e sn*—('hic i#« * l*1tt»bnrx A Error* Ciuwago I. Pltisnurg A * bal tex - Hut*, uiiidu . aaa Kitirwige: der* and Is* ser. Umpire Lynch. Second game Chicago..............0    3    0 0 0 0    0    0 Pittsburg,...........I    0    2 0 0 0    0    0 Haw MB—Chicago A ”    t’"burg 8. Errors- Chira«n 4, Pitsburg I. Bott cries- Lubie si a Nagle. Hecker and Berger Umpire - Lynch. AM XXII A# (IWXtAlIOV At PbilatleiFaia A 'hi cG.    .20    1 000300-4 Bronklrn  .......0    0 0 0 0 0 • 3 «k-3 Base hits—Athletic A ?r</oklyn 8. Error* - Athlete- A Fre- elj s 8. Batterie*- ii' Main j u wad Robinson, McCullough and Toy. UCipiTO Toole. At iyrs ce Syracuse .........  0    13000110-4 Ro* heeler    ...50001313    *-U Bsac hits Hyvocuae A ■«* keetar IM Errors—flyrscuse A H> " acater A Batteries-Case) ana sa iG/urke. Barr ami Mcuuito Umpire Doe*# her .SEW VS 'Uteri AXS LXAJiCX. At Albany — AinajvL . 'ne*atta A At Utica—Uti* ii-vr«>> •ame portioned; wet grounds    _ Nt. La ai* Boce*. ST Loris June 17 —Yesterday’* races resulted a* follows: First race, I mile. Cedi B first. Carter B second Princes* Lain bo third. tim#. I 47. second race, I mil# and TU yards Nina Archer firs*. Longevity second Program third, tuna, 1:53. Third race, 5k mil#: Dickerson first, Cia light second. LUO Grande third, time, I AUS Fourth race IM md#*. Mary K first Hochery second. West Anna third time. 3:17S- Fifth roc#, IX miles Hypocrite first Bonita second. Cartoon third tim#. 2 UU CHILDREN’S CARRIAGES. ss. 1.1 silk plush, handsomely upholstered Baby Carriages, with heavy liimtl satin parasol and standard, Star gear spring, the tin* st in the market, worth $12 and $14 for $H,75 and $9.75. Sjiecial price. GIRLS* PATENT S< >hT SPR! NU TRICYCLES ONLY $6,93 $8,75 $9.75 ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 Uf ORK th" " VMM' Men. tip I SteIM TY **t ut* Hj|. pav. "ies.lv w.*rk GUthl free. No #i)#rkii(« ueetietl. J KUO BNS H nu sky. curser) man, Unchaste#, N. I STODDART A J (»., Patent Attorneys,(til 7th SA, Woshiagtou, 1» I , opp I S Patent G(-dce Patente. I a veal* ami Bt* l ""i»e» .ei-ure«t Trade Maik* regiab-r*"i All Pates t bual net!* rmeiucU"! for on m ter at# In**. tuf«>nM.iU<>n, Advice aud special reference* writ mu request 47“ ISI yS'ii ,iji A MON TU . in tie nsaie i Ie WW ie -c«ew,ww w<MrSmg t.* U". Per>oi»« preferred who can tursiah a hor"e and givr their wh»dr one tu the tHiiinr-H. Spare foments nay be prom* ably employed alio. A lew va am ie" in town" uui .lite". ILF JOHNSON A I Om ioo.4 Main St., Ka haond, Va. ROOMS TO RENT lo lite Merchant# Bank Building inquire of ti    JoroiqW.rtner    or    Frank    May I- I 3— 3 Sow IF- 3 I- 4 Chicago Chicago, Jun# 17 —Th# races at West Sid# park yesterday resulted na fallows Fin* roc#. \ mile Tom Kart first. Prophecy "#cond Faystt# third tim#, l-lffH Second rocs. IJS th Has 9uaay Brook Am, Xsvs C issanfl Ormi# third tima Third CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full lim* of nun ab kex E» j uni to any in thu city, and at prices that will pay you to sop him befoie purchasing. We have the largest asnort-inent of Patent Leather Shops in plain andlight-colore^tof**, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET-TLETON'S Fine Sh(^. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of till-* make. You will like them. Our GENTS $:U*> Calf Shot- in Button and Congree, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the I jest slit ie for the money that ha.s ever fjeeu offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and !>e convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street There is no lietter pine* to buy Roses, Stain-roses weeping-ruNes, all kinds of tine ornamental plants, coleus gentile ii rn a, tomatoe and cab- bage plants, than VAN DEHM KULKN’H OREBX HOUSE Cor Eagle and {Seventh Sit#. •C(00D3 AflD £aF^PET3. 4DSI HELH1S ANDERSON AM knit AN KLO K ;»‘.H>-402 Main Street, Buffalo, - -    -    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is:    ‘Second to Moue.” We wi"h to Le second to noiit' in y«»ur service Try us find see. We wish to impress upon oar out of town friends, iu view of the proponed fhauges in the tan lf find the profmMe increase in the coat of iit'arlv all kind" til’ dry good*, that the month of -lune will be J rn* month for them to shop.    Prices were never lower than they are fit present in our store. If the proponed tan lf hill pusses, prices must go up. We are offering splendid bargains in sateens aud ginghams and summer wash fabrics of all kinds. 'Hie balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selliug cheap. We ijtiote the following bargains JU underwear: Gentlemen * blue mixed shirts and drawers in medium weights, at 54Ac par suit. Gentlemen’* Balbriggan underwear, MB* per suit. Gentlemen’s blue angola shirts and drawers at 3.V;. each, the. goods. Lollies Jersey vest# os low aa I Or. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vests with loco trimming, only 15c., worth 25c Good grade Jersey vests at 25c. (each White and block lisle thread Jersey vests ai 75c. each Silk vests all colors. 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our price* are much below even current prices, and we are selling fine cloth#, napkins. D'Oyleys, towels, etc., at rara bargains    - New styles in parasols New styles in gloves. New styles in hosiery Headquarters in Buffalo for fUarpei Bugs. Draping and uphoistermf£faar> Adam Meldm sod Anderson, AMERICA!! BLOCK. XMi-40'J MAIN SF HEET, BUFFALO, X X. I* eg. - C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and importer, ■i'"( MAIN ST., Birr ALO. X. I. DKaJ.XH IR Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, CU* k", Silverware, Leather ti tun is, st© KSU RA r/X», GOLD rf SIL VBR PLA TIS A CO MC I. KTF. LINK OF .WU MAIN HT HK KT, BUFFALO, S. Y. Ctg to Mom s Curtains and Fixtures BREAK? Ar -J* pA ~ TOG ©IT THC WRONG SORT; THE RICHT ONES PEARL TOP AND ARE ' . toe elf ii GEO. A. MACBETH k CO., PITTSBURGH,PA. ;

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