Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 19, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 19, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol., xx DUNKIRK N. Y. THURSO \ Y. JUVE NO nr7 H KP H KS I'STJ TI VE THE WORLD OF SPORT. B USINESS HOUSES current events of interest to THE SPORTING FRATERNITY. OF DUNKIRK. KmhIU <*f iMttrdaf'i Uaa« la th* Broth • rho**!, ^atlaul L ■■gin. Aacriru A#-sortntloe aad New lurk Kau U»f«« 4 sri Kl UMI M%« HOK for milk* til k nu# t»< bleaks »» Ow* leiret    **♦ dr VI fhauh-*I    <>t Th* CuratU Bvwtlnin ti**#* Etui) t». Eoso Tart EMukiri|Pn»U«itf . .areas \ I* - LrWSDFKS. a. tn-l    , I aim] 4 reuim.    *** Nick** fall Tor-l TW* OtLKWU*    Ell V-    I    H»r:    aa*I "oft * ‘ m til L.uuher, Skiaifkw »»•* ‘Ala. I lit    t<jrr*tp<io    lruci‘    l>*r    * bolis*is UA* (•Nani H K. «*l rn Hilt. IX I »n<l UR < entre! Aw Ar'-.    ■    #    »»    '*«*r Pn».u»trr»Mn« of Bob**) * eyeeutisy. bitten* aero o*»i a*, t fur san**: ae ex<-**t f*#r •milt***.    __ i »*h*k hindfky Jim* laviwu. Pr»- I I uru'Uir, .w l« k. Oooawt iirwt. near Buf-taio nrret, tmnkirk. M. I.    Mu iii1 Pam ut* let*, et**., butin*! ta ail style*. •H’Wr* »rwui|jU>    U». Ail w-wrt guaraatr**! At Nee Turk - Saw Turk .........I    I I « ti I J « J. Pkia«|r(|Aia ... illltllll* Be** kit# N#w York 12. Fbi lo*# I phi# 13. Error* New York • Philadelphia A fee.it* ne# C ruc and Vauck. fe u filii ton i Ii I HA HEK'*! ( KlNkKKV WU Centra! Aread*. ( Wt».,isseis Aud nrtAil leaier sa l*p**rte*l ab«I (omenin' < A. aa, t.iuaetir, A''. I MAITA LAI* A HOTEL, j    Rale#, Ii per ilaf. Liver? and Hoardiag stable ta reooeeti.m. A icier Euler, 136 aad ST Loa turret- I IIT! H t Kit r K sHOr V/    «    baa    Slagle.    Prop., Under Lake *ti..re NaUoaai Baak. *.»raer Crater aad TLM atrtseia. A in* aloe a of fiwvixa aad Domestic ( tiara. | *ON Kl.I SI A s«»S, V    ta    «.eater atren. Pr*«*tie»i iMMMHriMer*. FarU<‘uiar atteotioa C Ut tau*rf**nag bo rara. * ii. min* of road I trout ut tnmri a •penalty. I) IMH Kk KEE SI SM# OBA EKV KU. Largest Doily la the County. Aa unequalled advertising medium. I NKI Kb ENt »| > EE KIN ti COMPANY. idly sal lew A Ho pule. of Fuji lJ ‘    *>••“— I P    f    ormerly    sal    lew    A Popple, afanufat’turrra of Yogins#, fckniera, Pulley#, 9 sea *UM^««*v5*af aawwa w* • Shafting H auge rn, ab. HaUerna. Forging*. • Jaattoga, aad if.■»<'hiar Work bo i*r*ter. I NK1KK 'HI KT »»»-. st.:,    mu    ■    :    ai: % kl NKI KH SM I KT IO, JIB. JIB att-:    JU. I J CM ber siren, Manuta<*taren of the 'xroueell" and “Dunkirk” prrfacl • Itbtji ‘ aa fi k Dui reel. ie*! I Dr#*# ->u.ru. «ta amie ta a1: tending fur it. iii. »g. etoiCi&g aa«l dry good* kou*e« ta Dunkirk. E. TtM>MK¥. aier rn part tee, etc. | ),    ga*    and    AW    Lion    a tree! I tracer ,o flour, fee* I, ait. Based Hay. P boa* j K»tu.i.*ur>l, I <77. t* KIE liOTEI. aud Dining ^ai<*»e, V a too j Depot. Ka*, rn* i t-nm to ai. tra.ua aad hue-news ut.usra Beat arcual bp slate ma tor toa-aer< -a- Travelers. I .bu J Murphy. Prop. K 'HHK' A < «»-. VT aud -M E. Third atren. Fine Furniture, * aln aet Ware and Up-aotatering. Pirture From## ta a-1* Pi order. F.‘ 1> W tm td> A CO.. WI < en ira. Aye., Lead- r» of Faabuiu an i OenUeinen outfitters. A KELI. NT MAM M EA TI N«* CO, ll anata*‘turer« af steam Heating Apparatua Sanitary Piumrnng a ■* per laity. H OME UTE A M LAI .'bill. Otir aper iait.es: Fiae •*b.rta, lur; Poi inn, Sr; « uffs, p*. aud Idtrr I urtai aa. tree Deity ery. A W . cumuisng*. AMT i.cuter street. Ii.' K. HUI VI, k Third aL. cor of Buffalo Ut .Cirlurer and denier ie F ue B-*ii* A sb«<ee Le. pi nee Knight and J enc*. At Boatoa — B**»toa ............. t I i ti I I    •    3    §-f Mraoblytk ......  l!«t«fflt»~| Base bite    Ro*roo    I*. Brooklyn LL Error* Bostea    A,    Brooklyn S batrmea Delay mud Murpby; Murphy and Kl ft*low. L ai pt re Mat the wo and ('aegina. At Ptttabarg- Pitt-barg .....  SfffftfflffA-ff huffa.o ........ti ti ti 0 0 ti    ti    ti    o- ti Haae bite- Pittsburg % Buffa... A Error* Ptttaburg L Bvffaio L Bai f en** Staley aad tarrolL Maid win aad Mark. Urn pins* Marne* aad <>effa*y. Al Cliuago-i bt. ago    I 0 0 U U I 0 • 1-3 Cleveland.........» I 0 t ti ti I ti A-* Base blin * 'bn ago a Cleveland t. Error* 4*blrago A CUeyeiaad A Batterie* Dwyer and Farrell, limber and Mktcltffe L u: pi re* Fergruaoe and Hoi hart a anoa af. caaoca At Braagiya— Brooklyn    .....a I I ii I 0 I I Ll Philadelphia .. I ti I I • 9 ti ti ti- i Ba.** ult* Brooklyn*. Philadelphia A Errors -Brooklyn Id Phiiadeipbia A Batterie*    Car ut ber* and Delly; Oicaauo and < ieouenta. L'oiptrro Power* At Boston — Bouton    .    ..    a S I ti I * 9 0 1—9 New York.    099*9190*1 Ba*# bite Bouton 12. New York A Error* Brotan A New York Id. batterie*    Nichols and Bennett. Burkett and Somaisn I'm pi re Im* baria*. At Clociuaatl — On. tanati    .    ... 0 1S30999*— 9 < TUeego    . 299999909-2 Baar kit* A ’ta* in eau T. Chi. ago ti. Error* < tart u nan A t hic ago A Ba 11 «* rir*    Foreman aad Beld win. Labia end stenzel t'mpiro Lynch. At Pittaburg— Ptttaburg .    .1 9900992 •— • • leveiead    909900009-9 Ba** bita Pltt*burg Id. Cleveland A Error* Pltteburg A • 'Levelaud A Batterie* baker and Decker, beearn and Ztmmer. Umpire* WHmm and Dew«n a name aa aeeo*ianoa At Pki-adelpbi* Athletic    10920920 1-9 Brooklyn.    019020109— A ha-# kit* Athletic A Brook.va A. Error* Athletic A Brook.yu 4. Hat tents* urrtue aunt Kebuutou. Delly end To,. Umpire -Toole, s#. oad gem# A 'bi#tlc    ......9 1 9 0 0 2 0 0 9-9 Br>a»ki,n    .0190909    19-2 Ha## bita Athletic Kl. Bruek'.yn A Error* Athletic 0. Brookijrn T. belter:#* iSeward    and noidaeon.    Md sui- ioQgb and Toy Uapr* -TaoIe At Rochester - Rorlieater ....... 2 1 2 0 0 1    3 1-10 dytaenae    14190009-2 'ram# ceiled te --arch train Baa# hit* Rat bester A svracum A Error* Rut bester 2. a cree .ae I ba- ten#* Barr and M squire. Morrison aad O'Rourke Umpire Duearher At I plum bu* yesterday mnrutng end Mr ( oknar'i greet Ally Sunol we- driven eat by Marvin end put through a apewllng The mara trot fwd a o uniter id El I-A. which is a i<H 4-ft gait Thin eonderfut dight ef Apwsd greatly de lighted Mr Bonner who boa Mf wen hts rn Are ainee be pure baaed ber in Calif »ruia Among other* present with Mr Bonner wfere:    Hamilton    Busby,    editor    of    Th# Turf. Field and Farm. and C J Hem.ta of Bu IT ale. owner of Bells Hamlin. Th# party will be her* several de/a A KAT OF HOPE. MOLDERS OF PUBLIC OPINION. FIR V-FI KST roNTikKSS. BARE POSSIBILITY OF RESCUING THE MINERS ALIVE. The Search tar the Ceti the Punier Utaantcr reekered Vigor—The lea bed Victim# of I oar in ueu With Funeral# ef Twe ef the Viet ii ape**car la. ta the Ca ue ef a Ned I St. Leat*. 2* — Yesterday** races St Lotts, June resulted aa folio** First rat I I id miles Solid Sliest drat Joha Morns wcond. Tommy R third time, I S4\ Second race, I mile:    Prince** Ijao drat. Mi** Maud* second Kyrie B third; time. I 49 Third rare, \ mile Ethel Gray drek. Oolight aerood, Black Knight third. time. I JO* * Fourth race, m miles lei'lerhrang first. ^ shoo second. Brookful third ama J 90'* Fifth race. I mile. Heron first. Bier ueyutoue. Jr , vecood. (.'eatsway tkird. ti me. I 49*4 Cherie, Dunbar. Pm.. June IV —The thirty two miner* are atilt rut urn bed in the burning mine Yesterday morning a fan wha put in ope rat iou at the mouth of the Mahoning pit. At J o’clock in the morning nearly half an acre of the surface over the nun# caved in stopping th# com re* of th#-moke. which will now remain in the miue and in a short time ameiher any living thing therein Superintendent Lynch of the Frick works, Superintendent Bren nan of McClure'* work*. Mine Inspector Keighley aad Thomas I#>wdrn. mine boM* of Mount Braddock works, made a tour of lite Hill Farm, Ferguson and Mahoning aune* ye* terdsJ morning. Mr. Lowden *ays there is a bare poesi-: bi Hey of aa vt ug the men alive. It will take vee#rai day* to reach th# place where the men are «uppo*rd to be. It is aalii that the mine inspectors’ report which was made wait time ago stating that the mine wan in bad condition has been spirited away and cannot be found Daniel Shearer and David Hayes were buried yesterday, th* funerals being largely attended The grief of tome of tnos# present whose friends ar# yet in the burning mine bordered on frenzy, aud so frantic did they become that they bad to be earned from the scene and kept indoors anti! the funeral cortege* had I i»aed Tke wife of John Joy. a bride of two week*, wa* found at day break iittiug weeping on the hillside over the mine Nhe showed signs of mental aberration. Later advantage far    Mrs Cavanaugh, mother of young Uavan- At the half    augh, who ie alee in the pit, wa# found < oruell    had    overtaken gad    wandering aimlessly about, sear hing for Pine    Tree    state boys aad the    her boy John Fernou. a driver who had W?*«te Park Treat I eg BOTUOU, Mae* June IB—The Mystic (lark trotting race* yesterday resulted la j follows: SMB cl aas Semicoloa. Erst, Cal J^tevsa* second. Emma B third best time. J 22 fJft claes pacing Mias Faulsy first "a bari.« second, ethers distanced, best time '*77\ Britt«las* trotting Mollie J Brat. Gratz second Arthur Wilkes third nest time. ____ THE CORNELL-0OWDO4N RACE. ll Courtesy C'oaekea the Crew to Victory. Ithaca, N Y, June 19—The CerneU-Bowd. im eight oared race was rewed ar ' !5 levi evswiug B>>tk boats got away logerher, but the Bowdolaa' sbert quick stroke gave rheas a alight the drat quarter of a mile mile atake passed Ute visitor* never got ta the front again Cornell pulled a long, clear stroke of ta. aad quickened It to IT aa the I aet quarter at a signal from Charley Courtney, who followed the racers on a swift yacht Bowdoin started with 44 minute aad quickened it Coraelii had it all their own way and finished in Id minute# ie ascend# and over two lengths ahead of Bowdon The weather and water were perfect and 4. #90 a peat ar or* were in aktendanea The victors received the usual Ithaca ovation been in the manhole leading to the hilltop mines, came ta the mouth of the pit at ti o’clock in the morning. »n*i oaid that he hail gone into the manhole aa far as possible aud hail heard mea halloaing and strokes    to    the    also the braying of a mule Ibis state- to    40    bot    the    meat is doubted, however, as it probably wa* the rescuing party that wa* heard instead of the impn.wmed miners HEAVY STORM IN THE WEST Mr Pulatfer Will Back Teaay for MA.090 New Yon* June It —David T Fuimfer owner of Tenny. yesterday aunoun<wd tan willingness to enter T#nr y in a sweepstakes with « aestus end Hal valor for Ii OIB each the sam# conditions and wet gbka ta prevail a# those under,watch th# >uburb«n was run lf the I aestus people do ask wi*h to enter he will enter T#nr.y in a sweepstake* witk Sn!v*far for Ifi.Otiu a side < ore et# to ernest at kwkeatnr University. K." HksriK. N Y . June 19 —Yeetevday wa* commencement day at the ITadversity of H*a;heeter The grad anti an clam auntlier** twenty four men The graduating sddresees were 'lehvered at the Lyceum theatre last evening followed by a recap lion HCN KY VV FILAK'** NFM "TOKf. MB L Thinl «L Hooka, stauoneij, Musical la-atrumeiit#. VI id rn/ Da. iv **>•! W* #eklv Fainer*. aa I everyUiii'g perta.mug to a drat «-!«#• Look store Actiooi Hooka a si»e*-iaitv. .......I 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 ll 9 0 I I -Celumhu»9. Louisville ' oi urn bus 2. Louisville A Ea»ton snit O’Cauor, Keillag Detroit. Mich Mill Berne*. J ti ne Ii- Th# .I oh I’Kl vi l>«* <>( every iewripuou aud st lowest lit ms rates uy Dauk.rk l'rinusg Company, I aud lu L wuJ Si JU. YAN HI KFN M HON, Fir# Ll!*, Accident aiel <■naomi lasuraaos. I*#a< era ta Heal Kutsfi# and l.*<aua. Hariicuiar *tU'U( •>»! paid to in# *"*re of property oaliact-i ag petits ac hit ( enter aL, .a<l Boor. M ON KOHN UH 4 K VI At Y, SM « entra. Avenue Columbus Loulsvtll# Baev kite Error* «' Bett#n## Easton etui O'Connor. Stratton ami Ryan. Umpire Final ie At Toledo— Toledo    .....I 9 4 0 0 I 0 9 9-9 hi Lout*    0090 I 00U 1—2 Baa# hit* Toledo IL at- Lulu* ti. Error* Toledo 3. 'N. Louis A Ba: • "r —. < u-htnaa and 'aga Whltrock sod Mun>an. I rn pi re Barnum. SSW TOM ST ATI LAA OI S. At Utica— Vtikm 7. Johnstown-trio vers wa* A Al Albany—Albany la. Cekleskiu 4 TURF EVENTS. riling mill of the Nteel and '-p’nng warks bum>*4 at Qoun yesterday I Awa, SSO ob The compear had only Tuesday given heavy mortgagee to secure creditor* Two Cars Loaded With Kells Blow* from th* Track. Hilo*, RL D , June 19 —Reports from the Northwestern part of the vtate iion cerning Tuesday night * wind and rain storm. Indicate that it w « more severe than any this wanton (in# Aid one-quarter inches af rain fell here. but no wind or hail accompanied if At Faulkton two car* loaded with rails were blown from the track The rain was heavy At Redfield an Episcopal church was lifted from its foundation and badly •barnage't. A regular cyclone twcurred sear Lebanon, in Potter county, aad swept things clean for several miles. Valentine Boba wa# killed and John R English fatally injured. Houses from two to hair mites apart weredemcii*he<i The storm t rare led from northwest to south east aad lasted several min urea. There we# a cloud burst near Appomattox. Potter county, which flooded a large area. filling Cheyenne cree* and killing much stock Three members of the family of William Mc Elroy and rive member* of rh# family of lieorge Wagner were drowned No rain is reported west of Highmore, Hyde county, but in all other direction# over the state still!van ow a Taal. W Armington. June IE—John L Sullivan is about tow* in a hilarious condition the markets. Headquarters Aor Wall Paper Pa.at .Otis, Re. IT XKK. IN#, J. W„ Ale ( euler street. Manufacturer sad Mater a Uar*e«s,roddies, Bridies, Collars, Trunk*.VI k pa. Buffalo Hobe#, H irs* Covers (Cove* M Men* sod s.eign K >Oea I | H HUI TKC JE ,    it    East    rtiird    street, ► oui iou stile Tailor, oeuUeuieii will dad it to their advantage to call <»o me before par* basing else where. I> H. LAKY A Ct., .    333    Lion    street. oeneraJ Hardware, Whit# Lead.' n.s.Pionier * J ^uppuea, (kl ( lotiiH, •> rat. te Ware. A specialty of *fterwu. W illiam# Pa,nland Moaru*raagm II t LINH. *u«’ti as blank-ies'k*. iwigera, tad i a ! k.a<i* of clank* lose at i>uak:rk Pnntiag Compaav, s aud W E. Second #A Trotting at Blnghanaton. Br\iin ARTON, N Y , June 19.—The following are the sum mane# of the second day's race* of the t. entral New York circuit here yesterday: 2 37 clans, purse Bo Nellie M    ................. M i un ie B ................... Little IHI I ................... Jauies (J. Ria.ae .............. Harris Ellis .................. J H D........................ Tim*. 2:32V 2 L*V 2'94 class, pure* #4oc Nutting King ............... I    4 RDF    ................ 2    I Barney Le# ..................... 4    2 Du k Organ ............3    3 Tune. 2-27V 2-29. 2:29V - New Twrk M,»u*v Market. Nsw Yana. Jane 19. Mon*, closed at 4 per cent. yesterday, rh* lowest rat* of th# day. highest per cent. Ez< bang# dosed steady: posiei mtee. 94 -#44 A** act ins, rate*. f4 #W14 AV for ality dave. and f4    #9 far demand. (eovernaa#rit'* ct«wrd *t#a»i y: currency. 4s. I 13 bld. 4s coal*.. I—bld; ♦ s* 4«. l«n* Old Pm lilt rail: sa.t b*>ads Closed as foilewn I mon firsts. I #*4 old, do sinking funds, Lid bld. < rut rats. 1.139% Old. New lark P rod 'tee F i ck anes. Now Yoaa. Jon* 19 FLuUR -Cloeed Hail and weak yesterday    Elu*    grade* « Utter $!.ii**2 4D: *pr1u« llJhgJIA *!"#iin* Vukar.    do •prl*g. Rf hMf i9 estr* Va I winter. *-*73 British-Anierfean* in Convention. Philadfi.phla, June 19—The third aa Qual convention of the National British-Amencan aum* latiou of the T'aited St afro began here ynsteriay The attendance comprise*, delegate# from state organizations in Massachusetts. Rhode Island, Connecticut. New Y'ork, Penusvlvanm. Delaware Illinois. Wisconsin and Michi gen Th* *#.i’ere of the convention are: President. Georgr E (ieoch. t hi<*agn; vie* president, James Weyrass, Jr., Bo*ti>n; treasurer, Ernest Rowilen, Brooklyn; past prrotdeat, E. W Brmlburjr. B*wton; secretary, J Henry Williams. Philadelphia The objects of the &.*<*><-mr I on are the naturalization of British born residents of th# United Mate# ballot reform; anti parochial education and universal peace J H Williams wa# chosen delegate to represent the a-*#* iarion st the next conferen<# of all American Protea Cant organ 12: ft ion.#. Ii czi a N < I vt: t#r. AJf> 4.0»: 1 ii v lull]- •*-Ii#., s. Aii*!k«*rn Hour i 1 in I; t .La . ii.. 4 [{,    tor. Third sod Buff ski ma, D#a»er in Hraaite, Marble, r agging aad Bm.'link skitte. Call os ate be for* buyia* your side-walk. II ISI F.Y A CU, 4    7 aad ti Fast Front street. Whtsky. W iaes. Brandies. (etfrai Liq nor #t»»r# for Fsc&dy La*. I a OBE KT M KAY. A    Lion street, near the depot. Boar I,arf. Sale, Keel sud Livery 4table. 9tabi.i>i by the day or week on reasonable knraMk. ^ AM J. Iii FFI HAO. Ml Central Ave. (Up n etntrsh General I uauraace aa*! Heal Estate I X-. eau Fire, Life, Ac* ideal, aid Live stock I iisura.it #■ Prompt attention givia to buy ag aiel seth ag Heal F.<*taie f« C. JONEN §    75 K. Third st., cur Iwer. Laos Must Meat Market. Fresh, Sail and ; *..< ked Meato, Lartl. sausages. 1 lyaiera sac Poultry. ii r art MKN, Jiff XLK1. St. •Bu' tue 4ur**ra Haiiro**! Watch. He pal nag s specialty. Frank r. 'tapf. S3 E. Ikinl aL M MIM BKK. Mer* haul Taikw, itk * en (Jai Avenue $500 REWARD! W k anil pav the at#«ve reward hie say **asr (ii I.. ,#r ( "Uipta.ul, Dvspepaia, "lek Headache. I 'idifiWi*#. - o as a pa uuo *»r • oebveu#** w# • ti,oi < use with West’s Veg*-talk* Liver Pilia, wUeu the dtrectioua are strictly complied aith. They are purely V egetabie, aed sever fail lo g: re satisfaction Sugar c< ie ted. Large tai Ans, containing 'At PUG. 25 cenls. Beware of cons-b-rfeiu, aud tuoutuona The genuine aiaou-f u:ure»l oniv by JOHN C W RST A CU. sokl by kuikuE’l Pa aaa acy. D lurk. BUT. Iklcago Knees. CHU'Abo, June 19—The races at Wait Side purk yesterday resulted as follow* First race. S mil* Appomattox first. Ferryman second, Berndin# third, time. ISMS Second ra*'e. I mile Ai Farrow first. Hornpipe sr* end Filford third, time, I 45 * Third race. I *% miles Lew;* Clark first. Ernest Race second, Big Three third, tune, 2:1!^ Fourth race. \ mile heata. first beat: Katie S first. Catherine B second. Armed third time, I lr>\. rocond heat Katie N first. I 'athenue B second. Amelia third; time, I 164% Fifth race. I mile TU yards Montpelier first. Texas Girl aud Sunny Brook deml beat for second pine#, time. I 49V The Flyers at *>hatepshsad Bay. SKEF.PSKKaK Bay. Juue 19 — The reeulta of yenieisiay * rat es follow: First rat#, 5*% furlong* Blue Rock firet. Civil bervie# second, Ma. I stone third. time, I Oh Second race. 3^ fusjong* Adelina first, V"oui second. Annie thtnl. time. I.IO I St Third rate, I mile Golden Reel first. Flitter second. Clay Stockton tkird. time. I 41 2 3. Fourth race, I NIO a.nee Pelham first. Gallifet second. Bravo third time J fit .l l. Fifth race, the Daisy stake* for J year olds. X mile:    Eclipse first, Lord Harry second. Bermuda tkird; time. ltK JI Sixth race. IS miles Caaf i^teel first. Guy Gray second. Tattler third. time. I 37 Sunol Trots a Qsartar In 31 1-9. Tfkkx Haute. Lnd . June 19 — Robert Bouner and party visited rh* race track A SU: It Vpi    9    ta El i *A4 ti : J'* » r; j c. tm. k Vin'b*. sue " -• cloned    tm    I » AEL WHEAT «itn - wet* quiet. In rbe sariy dealing* there woe a show of Urn a**# due to short oo vc nag. bu; eros the market weaken#*! and ■ ’.»>-ed at XC V des*..ae, cicept far Jan*. wLtcU »*«■ libber **p*g lot* euwed Week- **p»i( *#!«# **l Ne 2 nut winier, ta Na J reU. art * Cc No I hard Duiutn. ti No. 2 red winter Juas KL. do July. «V de Aug *l*qr; du ^#pt.. sui%i.. I URN Opt leas were ga.el sud price# were easier, cb'.*fag V' l«>w#r. ^pct IU* ouwed sanier Spot aaiea af No. 2 mined. « qil.H< : stesmer nilled. 4ie*4IHc; No. 2 reived Jane. en*. . do Jai), liq; do Aug .    du "epi.. 4Ec OATN t q.n.'ti- were strong on a decrease of over 49b. lo bu>oe«s at th# interior, pn. e* cks»-lag *cw‘‘V bigiter >p<A iota ckw#*! firmer ."pot sale* of No. I white acate. Cc: Ne 2 do. No. I mixed, ta . No. 2 do. 4U*c: Na 2 mixed June. He, do July, 3Mt%c: do Aug. rv-RYE—Nommnl. H A KLR Y* - Noxuiaoi PURK Dull: fiU.'svg.* un for new mses LARD-( ioaed weak and I to 2 points lower: July. En IL A ug . ta-> **#|»t . ta *» BUTTKK—Etna; eaaieru creamery. I Ag'5**^ western <k*. i JU IN C Hk.k"t ^teatiy; factory New York ched-Oar. ~T7%ij9r' wester* fiat. T#riw, kolas* Steedy: eaaiera fireta. fresh. 141 Wt 144%c western do, Uspci Canadian do. UK. The Cleveland "trike Beeotning Grloai. Cliviiand, Jane 19—The Big Four kind the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio railroads yesterday c ff*-re*l their striking switchmen xii that em o.-*ke*i before the strike took place—the Tv«ke Shore scale of JE cent# per hour for day and 35 cent* for night work The offer was refused. the switchmen demanding the t'hi-rago scale. There was no change in the situation last night. With shipper# and manufacturer* the matter la very serioon. Several big ret ahi I'h meat* will be compelled to suspeud to-day for want of coal. Fell Through a Skylight. Rochester. N Y. June 19—Shortly after midnight yesterday morning a silver plater named Johu Maloney fell from a third story win*low ar the Chri.*»tian Reform lodging house on Exchange ->treef. going through a skylight to the ground floor He was almost instantly killed Maloney wa# a stranger here. having arrived in the city three day* ago He had been drinking and it is supposed that bis fatal fall was accidental. Ha gh lo Fro v Isl wa M arhat. Bi: re a lo. Jan* 19. WHEAT i't<s*ed dad yesterday; No. I hard. alc:    Nu. I northern, tar. Winter wheat - No. 2 red. ta oa track. Nu. 3 white, ta on track. CuKN steady. Na 2 orn. ta: No S do, 371*1 . No. 2 yellow. -krt*c: No. 3 do trthc UATS-Easter. No. 2 wk it a ta:    No 2 mixed. A od track. RYE N'tmlaai. No- A 57c rn store. BAKLEY - Nominal. FLOUR (JUlet. spring wheat, best bateau per bid., ta'Mi9.JI:    and low gratia ta* VV n Let a heat -beet family, ta-'Mita hit graham. ta-**’ BUTTER - ('reamery fancy. Uc do ckoice. I.l^l4c: do western fan* y ifitffih. CHEESE Fancy fun I rrom per lh. H*c: chub e Au. Bitake: gvud do. igifC kuiiS ktaia sad Can cia. strictly .*ma crates, >4c. wuotera frtr h. ta%o- Yuuiig Wallace Ptrol* Gnllty. New Y'ork. Jane l’i — Robert I, lilac* and Ignatius B laiwitz. who went to I ’aba after stealing tao *«*> Iwi.-aging to the ancle of the former, the proprietor of Wallace’s Monthly, were arraigned in general sessions yesterday morning and pleaded guilty to grand larceny in tile first degree. They went remarded until Fi iday for sentence. Radicals Furious at **altot>ary. London, June 19 —Mr John Morley, in a conversation cm the subject of the agreement with (Germany in the lobby of the house of commons last night, -mid he regarded it aa equitable and that the ijb> era!* would not oppose it. The Radicals, however, are furious over the cession of Heligoland. The New Yark Frow# AsooctaZiea ta Ga sloe at Alexandria Ray. Alexandria Bat, N Y., June It.—The member* of the New Y’ork Presa associe Hon with their wives am veg here Tues day evening At the meeting yesterday Mr John H Farrell of the Adutay Daily Preen and Knickerbocker read a paper en type-setting machine*. He deaten bed the various machine* now in use and com pared their rrepective values. The lead I mg machines are the Linotype, the Thorne, j the Rogers, the M, .Millen, the “Mark Twain,* the La cr man and the I-an* too Perfection has ,t yet been attained, bat the point ha# been reached where we can say with confidence that the tvp# setting of the near future will be done by run chi aery Typographical onions abo take this Flew of the case. and instead of opposing the Innovation are urging their member* to keep posted in regard to typesetting machine* aud be really to work them when they are introduced into office*. The mack:new will not harm compoeitor*. Practical printer* are needed to run the machine* and there will alway** he plenty «*f sri tar ic and job work, ad verttsemeuta aad other style* of printing outside of the machine*. Machines of the various st vie* mentioned above are aow either in sue-ceaaful operation or about ta he introduced in the -,fti es of the New Y’ork Tri hun*, I-oui* vt I ie Courier-Journal, Chicago Time*. Providence Journal (Linotype), Hartford Post. Chicago Journal, New Y'ork Weekly The Forum. Current Liter at a re Thorne machine New York Sun. ami Times, Detroit News. Boston Globe. Chicago Herald. Buffalo News. Syracuse Herald, Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph and Albany Daily Pres* (Rogers’ typography. and many other office* Mr Farrell’a paper wan listened to with much interest and wa* received with applause THE FREE coinage SILL. It la Balli That the Measure Mill Surely Pam th# Mane. Washington, June 19 —The action of the senate in adopting Mr Plumb's free coinage aniendut* of to the silver bill wa# a surprise to rv#r\ lusty, espei sally those who have I teen fighting for free coinage, aad ut «ii»* u>*i*e*! in the corridors of the ( apitol today Very contradictory things are hoped for from free coinage, scute of which, it la needless to say. will not be realized It is not quite clear what the course of procedure will be wheu the bill is introduced in the house There can be no question that there are enough free silver members in th# house to pa.-w' the hill if they can get an opportunity to vote for it. Should the hill by tuy cho nee reach the president he will almost certainly veto it. Secretary VV indom will advise him to do -*>. It has already iieen given out that a diver bill peened by a majority componed principally of ItrniiK-mf* would not be received at the White House with the con sideration that would be given to a purely Republican mea-'ure. THE TARIFF BILL REPORTED THE SENATE. TO THE WORLD’S FAIR SITE. A XA truing front Denver to UkJci [WM* the (Question tjulrktjr. DENTER. Colo., Jua# 19 —The New* says editorially that the people of < ’hi*-ago. who are squabbling rn er the question of a site for the ryorid's fair. mag remember that the exposition i* not a Chicago af ’ fair, nor even a national affair, but an in ternational one aud no question of inter- I eat to real estate speculators or cable rail 1 road line* must be allowed to have any ! weight whatever Unless a site acceptable to the people of the United State* 1* speedily chorten it will lie the duty of the national commisniou to watonne Indiana, and IJT 'XX) for the Max interfere and self* t a ot*. Chicago owe* I Pottawatomie Indian.# were stricken it to the cit I*** aud -tare** who supported ! from the bill. The committee then roue. ber claim to rh# fair to put a atop to the I the bill wk pared and th# hon se at 4:15 unseemly wrangling of private interest* p. hi adjourned. which imperil the pro*pect.s of a succfiaa-    —    —--- It la Not Expected That the see,st# Will Take hay Action oa the Meeaar# Before J aly I—The loaf# rare Report oa the Awti-Trtist Bill Ap wl Te—Bur I ness Im the House. Washington. June 19—In the senate yesterday Mr Morrill reported the tariff bill to the senate and said it wa* not ex peered to be brought up for cou*uler*rioo before a week from Monday next. The informalh ,u naked for by Mr. Plumb would be ready in a few day* Mr Fry*, from the committee on com merce. report'd the river and harbor bill with a written report aa to each item. Mr (J*av offered a resolution, which wear over until to-day, instructing the sergeant at arms to make no change* in the force until July I, without consent of the senate Mr Evart# announced that the eulogies i in the lale Representative .Carnuel Sn 111 vau Cox were postponed until Thursday of next week. The senate at 12 39 went into secret session and the doors were closed. At I p rn the doors were reopened and the conference report on the anti-tniMt bill wa# presented aud agreed to. House bill extending time of payment to pun baser* of laud of t he (imaha Indians in N'ehraak* wa* pureed with amendment* Senate bill granting the Rio Grande Southern Railroad company right of way through Fort lewis military reservation in Colorado was parsed. Th# senate then liegau consideration of the legislative, executive and judicial ap popnation bill. An amendmeut offered by Mr Mitchell to increase the salary of twe«ty-*ii cora mitt## clerks from tKikk) to ffUMJO gave rise to a long diacureiou, in the course of which Mr. Ingalls stated that the whole committee and clerical force of the senate required adjustment There were at least twenty -t lading committee* of the -enate that were absolutely on per flu on* and un necessary It hail been diffi tilt to find molies ami to invent fun* turn- for them The amendment wa# screed to. yea*. 2s. nays. I* A like amendment to os# clerks to *en at re vi.'-ii* a year, ii -ie *d of    as re tun mended I*' ti ,ere .uuuttee on appro-p,nuu.,, and id 9. tier day s» urovided IU i the I ll vw 'fieri d bv Mr M i bell and wa* the text for a renewal of the discussion It was agreed to ‘JW to 34 The wuate iee«i of seventy page* of the bill. Mr Morgan <<ffen*d a resolution, which was reo-rred t»« the committee on foreign re.arions, reiernu* til private claim* igamsf lorei .en » iV’nnmroK to the cum rn it tee tt» ifipun mf** claims against the government of Nicaragua, and making thai committee a standing committee of the senate The -enate at ' 4* adjourned IN THI- MOI SF. Washington, June 19—The hor?*e ve* ter.lav after trail - acting minor business w#ut UiDj eofmtiiftee »»f the whole on the InoiM'i Appropriation bdl. During the ii-i 4-aion ti»e siL er lull was brought over from the senate, and Mr Bland moved that the committer rise »to take some action on the -liver bdl t The vote by tellers resulted 94 to 104—Mutchler in I Vaux. P:x. rut mn. with th# Kepubii -aa - Uumnderatiou of the I od tau appro-priat, *n bill th«*n pres##*led t hi point# if o re ie r rsu.-ed by Mr. Cannon >f IllintHs. despite the streuuou.# protest* >f Mr Perkin# of Kansas and Mr Peel of Arkan-as appropriations of 112.Jut) for the 'reek Indian*, ta* os) for the Potta fill and creditable exposition. Cornell Uni versify Trust* Ithai a, N Y . June 19.—The board of trustees of Cornell university wa# In se* -loo yesterday and considered many important question*. Instno tor James D tin Ain was appointed registrar and in-structor. aud t) L Elliott, aeaiatant registrar and president a secretary. A. W. Grant, the present registrar and pres] dent s secretary, declining the place for next year Andrew i arnegie was elected a iGeruI#r of the board of trustee*, in place of Judge Amas# J. Parker, des eased. Trustee* Henry B Lord, and Andrew D White were re-elected. United American Me« baa lr*. Chicago, June 19.—The most important busine-* 4,f yesterday # session of the na tional convention of the Junior Order of T'nited American Mechanics was th* election of officers. The election resulted a* follows:    National councilor. <?eorge H. Bartlett, Massachusetts, national vice councilor, -fohn R. Roberts. Indiana, national council treasurer, J Adam Soh I. The report of the treasurer wa# received and showed a balance of FT.oui in the na tional treasury. Cleveland was selected a* the place for the next meeting Hundreds of tattle Way Perish. 4T.FVFLAVT>. June If —The swiG’hraen’* -trik# I- still on b#v# auh no sign* of a sert lenient. Th# < I. (’eland aud t'anton r’ii!r",ui intend**! ga -t Art a gang of non-un:«»n men to w. rk yesterday morning. but it wa# impo*aible to rind enough green hand* to make a start. Hundred* of bead of cattle and bogs are now in car* st anding on the tracks and anises they cai: either lie moved or turned loose within a few hour* many of them mug perish (this* ProliilMt loulsta. Coir*EU*. O , June 19 —The Prohibition stare convention opened yesterday at the Board of Traile ro» ms with an oratorical contest of Prohibition college* The at tendance I# large and delegate* are arriv ing every hour I* J Beauchamp of Ham utoa and O J Ro**# of Hillsboro are among the candidate* for secretary of slate. Dr ILI wig, candidate for governor I... . year. he.uhs a big delegation from springfield. A Marderor A rrested POUGH KEIP* IE. N Y’, June Ifi.-Arthnr P**ndega##. who wa# recently indicted for the rn tinier of his father in .aw. Wallington Olivet, on East mountain. Dutchess comity, June 6. wa# arrested at Copake i**.si#rday. Peodeg is# int- 'wu in hiding in hi# father’# h<Ht>e. while hie brothers stood guard with revolvers and shotguns. (•MfTfanu HUX Keaotntasted. Freeport. Iii., June 19—R R. Hit* wa# renominated yestereiay by acclamation by the Republicans to rep re-## tit th# Mx th sung reaeio ii ai tL-tru t in congress. Chol#re l»#(*r#aaiag la Spala. Madrid, June 19 —Five mu.tr deaths from cholera have occurred at Puebla de Rugmt. The disease i* generally dec re as tug in the provence of V mane ie. !SETATOR QUAY WANTS IT STOPPED H # A >hj#<*ts tai 4nv M-irt Chang#* Belat Had* hi #« r* -ant-at - Arms 4 aoatlay. Wi'Hiv.T , June 19 —Mr Quay intro^ 1 lucret ii: the -enate yesterday a resolution to prev#nr the retiring sergeant at arum, Col CaiGsday, making Any more removal* from the terce of th# oifi'-e of which he is th# bea*I Mr Uanailay's resignation d«>e» not take effect until June fill, and it wa# turret! ly rei#*rted that he was trying to •on o d -• ■ r#- with siin# member* of the amate by iiitking run ovals and appointments contr irv t** their wishes. Senator Qua w «s .eiteraily credited w,th taung at the head of the movement to have Mr <'ana*lay reunived or |t#p*uad *1 to resign, and th# action of Mr. Quay. son if ag lifter the report that the two Penn Sylvania employe* had l**en removed from iflic«*. gave color to the story that Mr Catiatay was “getting even before bi* retirement. Mr Canada}-’* explanation of the resolution wa# that he removed recently an employe who had t*een put on the roll* at the request of Mr Quay, with the distinct understanding that the appointment wa# sn Iv temporary. Freight Hrxk#ni#u strike. PlTTNIM RA*. Juue 19 — Yesterday the through freight brakemen on th# Pittsburg. Virginia and Charleston railroad to the numl<er of fifty *Crot k As a result the road I* blocked so far an freight traffic in concerned. The strike cs a culmination if the demands of the yardmen several month* ago It was understood by the ••tnkrre that when t'# yardmen secured an advance t*> take eject ou June I, that the freight brakem.m should have a like Advance to #2.16 for <lay work md 1*2.2H for night work No such advance wa* furthcoming and at a meeting held Taes lay night it woe decided to strike The strike wa# a complete surprise rn the rail • road official*. No -tep* for a con fere ne# between the -triker* and official* have a* ret been taken. shot His Wife ami Eillel Himself. Dfsvfk. Colo.. June 19—Aaron M Jones, aged 'iii year*, a pioneer of Colorado and out of the best known men in this state, shot bu* wife through the left lung while the family were sitting at th# breekfoHt table    t    hen    th    neatened    to kill hi* daughter Emma. bat her pleading caused him to hest irate and without harming her he placed the revolver fo hi* breast and sh«»t himself dead. Mrs J>(«es ie not expected to survive lf ih thought that Mr. Jones was seized with a sudden Ittack of insanity. Ken ob# I net eg far Caggress. Montpelier, Vt., June 19 — W W, Grout was yesterday renominated for eongreae by the Republican* of the Second district A resolution wa# adopted urging congress to prohibit importation of liquor* into Astate without the con*#ut of suck •tate erie store K.*c«-iv«| this wet-k tor Saturday -> Ii. from New Yi>rk: IJH vial hy Hr ie R One shipment Ladle* best fast black Colton Hone. worth 44k.. only... One lot ladle* best faut blat k Hose superior quality, worth M)»\, only double Ii Dee lio*e, worth only One lot ladie* block dye ILta w.Tth JT»c . only One lot tery tine nnfiortuient kv * best f:Mt blo* k 40c , only  .................... One lot children's best fast black hose. worth 4.V , only...... One lot large boys best fast black double knee Hose. worth .MV' One lot gentlemen’s lx**t fast black half H«>se, worth Uh*., only.............. *>ne lot ladies very tine fast fancy colored Hose. worth65c .only........... One lot ladies new style fancy striped H se, warranted fast colors, worth 25e only..*,  ..........»............................................. One lot ladies fancy wide stripe Hose very fashionable, worth 44V:., only____ One lot ladies extra larfe Balbriggan iio*e, worth 40c , only ...... I*adies'beat fast block ribbed H«>*e, worth 4.V , only........................ One lot ladies' Taffeta black Glove# only  ....................... One lot ladies pure silk Jersey Glove* only . ........................... Ladies fancy Blouses........  4N    YO.    95.    75c    , Best fancy Table Oil Cloth, worth bk p* r yard our price only ... ....... New line ladies’ and gentlemen * iight*w< ight Summer Underwear 2ftc file 15c •Mc He . 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Try us and see. n it ill rn ••HIM a# I KR turn mm atta ae lye «<9M9«UI9    IM9«eWM4l*k’l K( |u:iI to any iu the city, and •it prices that will pay you to Rec him Ireful e purchasing. We wi*h to impress upon our out of town friends, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff and the prunable increase iii the cost of nearly ail kinds of dry goods, that the mouth of /line will Ire ‘th* month for them to sIiojk    Prices were never lower than they are at present in our store. If the proposed tariff bill passe*, prices must go up. We have the largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain anil light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. VV e carry a complete line of NEi-TLETON’S Fine Shoes. If ou want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. Vou will like them. Our    <fENTS    (    alt Shoe in Button and C ongress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the Irest shoe for the money that has ever freen offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and l»e convinced. We are offering splendid bar .rains in lateens and ginghams and summer wash fabrics of all kinds. I'lie balance of our spring stock of cloak# are selling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen'!! blue mixed •birt# and drawers iii medium weight*. *t MJc per ■Ult. Gentlemen * Balbriggan underwear, 50c. per suit. Gentlemen’* blue angola shirt* aad drawer* st 15c. each, 44)c. good* Ladies Jersey vest* aa low a* IOC. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vests with lac# trimming, only 15c., worth We. Good grade Jersey vest# at 35c .each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each. Silk vests, all colors, 75c. each Linen prices will be considerably ad vanced if the tariff is ('banged. Our price* are mach below even current price*, and we are welling fine cloth* napkins. Lf Oyley*. towels, etc., at rare bargain*    —    — New st vie* in parasols. New styles in gloves. New style* in hosiery. 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