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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y THITRSDVY. 19, B REPKESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. Anew KUUao MACHINE (or ruling all blanks a tlir oe bamr-al Department of ompany 'T'l.eXAMDEB-9 oal lin.l A Central Avenue, opjuwiU- Nickel PUle Depot. All xrmieit al Hani anil Soft teal, W Lumber, ami I nib. Free IIT loireipoailenie lor wholesale loU solicited. THE NORLDOF SPORT. CURRENT EVENTS OF INTEREST TO THE SPORTING FRATERNITY Bwnlu of YMMrdays flam, ta Broth- and New Tork sHnta Curacll-Bttwdola At New Tort- New York Philadelphia. 1010013 U 0 t 0 0 1 S-l r> K. 223 sn.1 238 entral Artiabi Photographer Instantaneous Photographs of Babies a upecially aeeil not wait for sunshine except lor labiea. Boon BLNDEBY-JAXIS IBVINU. Nu. Ib E Second street, near Buf- falo street, (mnkirk, N T Magazines, Mu nr, Famplilete, etr bound in all atvlea onteri arowfUf altrndeil to All work guaranteed BDKCHCB-a CBUCKKKV HOU9C, 3011 Central Avenue. and retail dealer in Imported and lomeatic CJllna. tiUUMWare. An. HOTEL, Kates, tl per day anil stable ta connection Victor Kuler, 336 and 33T Lion street. I 1ITT BARBER SHOP Chaa Prop Uniler Lake Sbore Naaunal Bank, corner Center and Tbird streets. A flne atock of romiirn and Domestic Base hits -New York 12 PhluuUlphla 13 Errors- New York 9 Phllad-dphliir Batteries-Crane ud Vaugh. Bufflnton and Crosa. At Brooklyn S S 0 0 1 1 o 3 1390U8100-5 mBTOlng and Mr Owne ally Sunol wu driven oat by Marrtm and put through a apeadlng Th. man tntud la 81 whlch is nit Mr Banner who has Mt hla mare since he pure-bawd serin California. Among others present with Mr Bonncr were Hamilton Busby editor of Turf, Field and Farm and C J Bamlin of Buffalo, owner of Belle Hanilla. party will be hen several at St. Louis. ST Lotns Jnne 18 races resulted a. follows 18 Brst, John Morns second, Tommy R third time, 1 54% Second race. 1 mile Princess Limo alts- Boston 14, Brooklja U. Erron-Boetaa 4, Brooklyn Matthews and Casklaa. At Pittsborg Bsffalo Baa. hits-Pittsbnr, Bnffalo 8. Errers-PlttaborB 4. Bntfalo L Baldwin Barnee aad UeSnev At 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-3 Cleveland Bw uitt-Cnlcago 4, ritTeUml a 4. les-Dwyer Umpiri 338 center Practical Particular attention interfering hones. Shoeing of roail l trotting noraes a ipeeialry i vLNKIRK EVENING OB9KRVBK. Largest Daily in tbe Cnnnty An unequalled advertising meilium. DtNKIKK ENULNEEJUNU COMPANY. Formerly Sellew A Popuie Manolmcturen or Engines, Boilera, Pulleyi, auareng Hangers, etc Pattern., Furgmgs, CaaOngs, and Machine Work to order l-vlTMnUJtsl SHIRT JIB, XX, iff! Center atreec. Manutarturent of toe "Cromwell" M.I "Lmnilrk perfect fitting Drew bniru UD sale in all leading furnishing. eloUnng- ami goods oouaeii in Dunkirk. Dr TOOMJCY, 4J4 and 436 Lion street. Lwaler in Flour.reeu, alt, Ba'eU I'hon- paitep, eu Established. M77 rennsoa aad Halbert. RATIOHAL LKAOrfZ. At Brooklyn 30001001 PUtadelpU. 1 o I 1 0 9 J Bane 9, Philadelphia a. Errors-Brooklyn Ifl Philadelphia 5 Brat, Miss Maude second Kyrle B third, mile Ethel Gray flrst, time, 1 48 Third race, A RAT OF HOPE. BARE POSSIBILITY OF RESCUING THE MINERS ALIVE gmreh tor the Entombed Victims of tho Dunbar Disaster Coatlnnei With CoakMed PoiMrals of of Victim. u> tne of a Sad ra Onlight aecond. Black Kalght third ,wv ran. Brst, Wahoo second, Brookful third tima. race, 1 mile Heron Irmt, Blar- l Park Bacee. Umpires- Powen At Boston- Boston o t I o 1 o o o o i e o Base hits-Boston U, New York S. Errors- Boscon a. New Vork 111. BOTSOS. Maas. June Mystic park trotting races yesterday resulted ta follows 2 28 claas Semicolon flrst, Col Stevens second, Emma B beat time, i S 2ja clam pacing Mia. Paulev ftrst 'j-batia second, others distanced belt time 'J37i4 J M claas trotting Mollte J flnt, Oratz second, Arthur W likes third beat ERIJC HOTKI. u.ning ialoon, linion Depot. aiceiu to all trains anil bun- mesa nouaea. Bent accommodatinna tor Com- John J Murpby, Prop EHLBIU A r. and W E Ttiir.1 itreel. Fine Fnrnirare, Cabinet Ware ana Up- aolstering Picture Frames made to order Cp O. MATTK30N SOI Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen outdtters. II AKKLJ. STEAM HJCATWa CO, aDutaeturen of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty I_f OMB STEAK LACMDKT. 0 1- If caffs, te, in I Ijce Curtains Free JJtuv' A W cnmmmga, 3u7 Center street. IT E Third SL, cor of Buffalo rer and dealer in Fine Boots Shoes UBMRT WEILER'S NEW STORE. I US E. Third at. Boula. Stationery. Mtuical In- Papers, everyUupg pertaining to a drst clue book ng to i _ I'ooka a special tv OB of every tea. rlption and at lowest Iiring rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, a and 10 t Second St. BCRtN SON. Fire Life Arcident and Ueneral Insu in Ueal tsute and Loans Dea Parueula Umpire- Zactaariaa. At Cincinnati Chicago SOOeooOOO-J Baee T 0 LoMa At Pfttsbnrg 1000000 Cleveland 0800000 Base Pittsburg 10. Cleveland Pitteburgtt, Cleveland and Decker- BeatU aad L mpires-WUson and ASSOCIATION At Philadelphia- Athletic i o a o o s Brooklyn 01803010 Base hln-Athletic 8, Brooklyn Errors-Athletic 4. Brooklyn S Batteun- and rUbuuon DaiVv anil Toy L Se. ond Athletic 016002000-9 Brooklyn 010000010-2 Base hits-Athletic 10 Brooklyn S. 0, Brooklyn 7 and Roblaaon McCul- loagh and Toy At Rochester Rochester 4120013 l_iu 1 9 1 0 0 0 0 0- i called te catch train Base hits- Rochester 8, Syracuse 5 Errors-Rochester Syracuse t Batteries-Barr and McOulre Morrlaon and Q Rourks Lmpire-Ooescher At Columbus 10000033 t Louisville 000001UO Baie 9 Louisville 7 f olumbus 2 Lomsvtlleft Batleries- Easton and O'Connor Stratton and Ryan Emalle At TolMlo 104001000- St Loals 0000100 Base Toledo 11, St Louis Errors-Toledo J Louli 4. Batn mhman and Sage Wbltrock THE CORNELL-BOWDOtN RACE Charley Courtney Conches tne Cornell Crew to ITHACA, N Y June 19 -The Cornell Bowdom eight oared race was rowed at 7 H W Both boats got away together, but the Bowdoins' short quick stroke gave them a alight advantage the ttrst quarter of a mile At the half mile stake Cornell had overtake., and passed the Pine Tree state boys and tbe visitors aever got te the front again. Cor nell pulled a dear stroke of 3o aad quickened it to W OB the Ian quarter ?'lf CharUy Courtney who followed racers os s swift Pa., June thirty two miners are still entombed in the burning mine Yesterday morning a fan was put In operation at the mouth of the Mahonmn pit At J o clock m the morning nearly half an acre of tne surfice over the mine caved in stopping tbe course of the smoke, which will now remain in the mine and in a short time smother aay living thmo- therein Superintendent Lynch of the Frick SuP''rlntendent Brennan of Me Clnre's works Miae Inspector Ketarhley and Thorns. Lowden mine boss of Mount BraddocL. works, made a tour of tlie Hill Harm Ferguson uud Mahoning mines teruaj morning Ntr Lowdeu aays there. Is a bare poin bility of saving the men alive It will take several to reach the place where the men are supposed to be. It Is said that the mine inspectors' re port which was made some time ago IMtlng that the mine was in bad condi Uon baa beenspmted away and cannot be found Daniel Shearer and David Hayes were buried yesterday, the funerals being largely attended The irnef of some of those present whose friends are yet m the burning mine bordered oa frenzy and so frantic did they become that they had to be carried from the scene and kept in doors until the funeral corteges had HOLDERS OF PUBLIC OPINION The New Tork Aenoelntlon In See. at Alexandria Bay ALEIAVBEIA B Y June 19 member- f rhe New York Press associa- tion with their wives arrived here Tues Ac tbe meeting regtenia; Mr John H Farrell of the Albany Daii> Press and Knickcrboi ker a paper en type-setting machines He described th various machines now in use and com pared rheir respettlvf v.laes The lead ing ma  been reached where _____ _ say with confidence that the tvpe-settinj of the near future will be done by ma- chinery Typographical nnious also take this view of the case, and instead of opposing the lanovation are urging their members to keep posted in regard to type-setting machines an i be ready to work them when The K Bowdoin started with 44 strokes to the rnlnut. and qultkened it to 40, but th. Cumells had It all their own way and finished in lo minutes 18 aMoada and OT.I- two lengths ahead of Bowdatn and wen in attendance The victors receiver the usual Ithaca ovation Mr Pulelfer WU1 Baok Tenny for NBTT YOBK Juae 19 -David T Pulaifer owner of Tenny yesterday announced hia willingBeaa to enter Tenny m sweep- stakes with Casstus and Salvator for M OW each the name coaditions aad no prevail as those under.whtch the was run M the Cassiua people do not wtsh to enter he will enter Tenny a sweepstakes with SalvHtor for 16800 a The wife of John Joy a bride of two weeks was found at day breik sitting weeping on the hillside over the mine she showed signs of mental aberration Latt r Mrs Cavanaugh mother of young Cavan augh who is also in the pit, was found wandering aimlewly about searching for her boy John Fernon a driver who had been m the maahole leading to the hilltop mines, came to the mou h of the pit at 9 o i lock m the morning said that he had gone Into the manhole as far as pos- sible and had heard men halloaing and also the braying of a mule 1 hia state- ment is doubted however as it probably was the rescuing party that was heard in stead of the imprisoned miners HEAVY IN THE WEST Two Can Loaded With Rail from the Track. Blown S D June 19 -Reports from tne Northwestern part of the state con cernmg Tuesday mjrhr 5 wind and ram storm indicate that ir was more severe they are mtiudmed into offl machines will not harm compositors Pra. tical printers are needed to run the machines ami rhere will always be plenty of artistic and job work, advertisement. and >ther srvlea of printing outside of the machines of the various styles mentioned above are now either in sue essful operation or about to be introduced in theoffl.es of the York Tnbuna lomsville Conner-Journal, Cnlcago Providence Journal Hartford Font LhlcaRo Journal, New York Weekly The Forum Current Liter atnra (Thorne ma. time) Xew Ynrk bun and Times Detroit News Boston Globe I hi.aifo Fferald Buffalo News Syracuse Herald Chronii ie- Telegraph and -Ubuiy Daily Press iRogeis typo- graph) and many other offices Mr PJTT 11 s paper wis listened tn with much interest and was received with ap- THE FREE COINAGE BILL It l> Said That the Ifruure Will Sorely PMNS Httuae June 19 -The a 1 ro day Very .ontradictory thmira are hopi-d tor from free coinage some of whi KRKX-fS. J W, center street, Manniactnrer luiil dealer in Utt p f 17 East Third street, raohiocable Tailor, bentlemen will flnd it lo their advantage to call on mo before purchasing Pa. CABT a co., S3S Lion street, ticneral Hardware.White Supplies, (hi Uoltis. te Ware. A special MonroerLura sucb as blank books, ledgers, an. all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, d and 10 Second SL HtTUOLPH tor Third and Buffalo in faranite. Marble, r lagging and Biudmg Stone. Call on me uefor. buying your di walk RI-U.EY T and 9 Eatt Front street. Whisky Wines, Brandies. for Family Cae. RUBEKT M'lLAT, Uon atreet, near the lepot. Boanung, Sale, reed an.l Livery Stable. -M'ng by the Jay or week on reasonable J. UUTOKD, ffll Central Ave. (Up n Ueneral Lnsorance aad neal Batate Acent Hre, Lilt, Accident, aad Live stock Insurance Prompt attention Kuan and aelliag Seal (.state C. JONES. 1 75 E. Third cor Deer txceuuur Meat Market. Fretih, Salt and Ueats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters am Puultry 11' ATi-HES, JBmXXI. MX ;Buy the Aurora Railroad Kepatrrag' a specialty Frank t 3UB1. (O E Third st. M. MIWKKK, Merchant Tailor, lt> i encral Avanne RE WARD I W t will pjT tne above rawanl tor aay caw o. trr complaint, Dyspepaia, Sick BeadaclM, I idigentiiin, onstiuatiuo or CoaOTeueni c nuut with West's Vein-table Uver Pills, wtten tne direetioiis are stnctly complied mufe. ire portly Vegetable, and never tail to pve aaosiaction SSgar cited. Laneboxea! containmg OT Puls. ai cenla. Bewareof genuuaV inann- BST SCO. Sow D tarkT H. T. Urfeiu and imitaaoni. The l.tcared only by JOHN C by ttonaoK-a pHAMic and Munsan Lmuire- 1 Atltics ____________ At 14, CobleBkill 4." TUBF EVENTS. Barnaul. TOSI eTATS LBAOUB. -Utfca T, Johnaterwn-tHovMsville 9. at Blnchanilon. N Y June 19-The fol- lowing are the summaries of the aecead day's races of the Central New York dr cult here yesterday J 37 class purse 1400 Nellie M Minnie B Little Sill James O Blame Harris Ellis J H D Time. J2V. 2 -M class purse Nutting Kins' K D F Barne> Lee Dick Organ Time 2-2S. i2t Chicago CHICAGO, June 19-The races at West hide pnrk yesterday resulted as follows First rate mile Appomattox Brat Ferryman second, Berndme third, time, Second race 1 mile Al Farrow flrst Hornpipe secend, Filford third time, Third race, IX miles Lewis Clark first irnest Raco second, Big Three third time, Fourth race mile heats, first beat Katie S flrst, Catherine B second, Armeil third time 1 lt% Second heat Katie 3 ttrst athenne B second, Amelia third time, 1 Fifth race, 1 mile 70 yards Moutpelier irst, Texas Girl and Sunny Brook dead beat for second place time, 1 48X Tne Fljen at Sheefeheexl Bay HEFp-jHEAD BAY June results of vestenlay s races follow First race, S% furlongs Blue Rock arst Civil bernce second, Madstone third time 1 08 Second race f uriougs Adehna flrst, Void second Annie third lame, 1 10 I 5. Third race, 1 mile Golden Reel first, flitter second, Clay Stockton third time, Sulllritn on a Toot. WASHINGTON June 19-JohnL.Sullivan is about town in a hilarious condition THE MARKETS Hew Tork Money Mark.t. New i OH Jane Money closed at 4 per cent vmterday the lowest rate of the day highest per cent Elcbanue closed gtna.15 ru actual for and A far demand lie cliwed steady urreocv is 1 13 bid fa coup bid do 1IM bid raltriMd bonds clotted ad f Lnlon 1 bid do fan bid. Centrals. 1 ItX, bid New Turk Produce Kiohuir. out Jm FLOfR -Closed dull aad weak j iprtng spring tra, ft4 closed 5 4.85. eitra Vo i- t. SO. lu n i i r in I 1 i Ii a N 1 vi, (er Aftl iv Southern rlo ir i I in llj e.tia. Jn rln early dealings there was a show of Hi-nnses due to shun covcnu.- butUleron the niarkat weak- and 'o cd at ]CL Ulc tloept tol higher Spot lots closed weak. 8c No J red No i Duiutb, tlOO- No S red winter June 83c do Jnly do were quiet and prices weie lower lots cloud ter inches of rain fell here 1 ut no wind or hail accompany! it At Fiulkton two cars loaded with nils blown fr  rrats would not be re- ceivnl ir the W bite Honse with the con sjderati u th if would be to a purely rnei.-mi It Ii Vut That the Senate Will Take Any uu the Measure Be- fore .Inly I Conlntttff Koport on the Anti-Trunt Bill ie.1 Bue- In thi- Maura WXSHINOTOM June the senate the Mark Mr Moinll i-eported the tariff bill to the senate and said it wan not pected to be brought up for consideration Iwfore a week from Monday next The nforniatuiu asked for by Mr Plumb would be readv in a few days Mr Frye frnui the committee on com merce report. .1 the river and harbor bill with a written report as to em h item Mr Qmj offuwl a resolution which weat over unlil to-day Instructing the at arms to make no changes m force until luly 1 without consent of he sen ire Mr E% ann jun. ed that the eulogies in tile hire toaiuuel Sulli an ox wire posrponecl until Ihuraday f WM Ii. The sen ire at 1.J 30 went into secret ses- lon anil the doors were cloaed At 1 Hi p m the doors were reopened nd the conference report on the antl rust bill was presented sud agreed to H bill tinif of payment 0 punhaxi-rsot laud of Indians n Nebraska was passed with amendments Senate bill griming the Rio Grande oiithein Kiilroa.1 onipauy right of way irough Fort military reservation 1 C olorad was The si uatc' then lietrau rnnsideratiou of he legislative executive m.i judicial ap loprintion bill An amendment offeied by Mr Mitchell i increase rhe salary of twenty-six iom ittee clerks from tl WO to II "MW gave se to a long discussion m couise of hi. h Mr lugalls stated that the whole ninictee anil lerlcal form of the senate Hired adjustment There were at least 'nty stan.iiuij .ommirteex 'f the senate th it were absolutely supcrtilioua and un uwessuy It hail been tin1' ult to Had minus in I to invt-nt fim for them Ihe arnenilment w us nun to yeas, JS nays 13 Alike uiii'n.lm nrtinn dirks to at 1 IK ar u ,ie 1 ft fl ,n is re in u U 1 I t e i un ittee on jppro pu.il un aii.i .it. rer .1 iv i nviiietl m the I 11 VL- >lt, i. I M, Mil. hell and WLM the text for a r newal of the dlsciw ilon It w is t. to 2t 1 he M nate dispiwe i i f s. veuty pages of the hill Vli Mi r un Iteiul a i-esi Intion which WH-rei> nut t  u nipiin .gainst file r it irajua and mikmg i i sriin.lipg committee of in Convention. PHILADEIPHU June IH third an nual convention of the National British American association of the United Stares began here yesterday The attenrtanc comprises delegates from state organiza MOM in Maasachusetta Rhode Island Connecticut Jfew York, Pennsylvania, Delaware Illinois Wisconsin and Michi gan The officers of the convention ai President Georm-E Geoth Chicago vie. president James Weymss J> Boston treasurer Ernest Rowden Brooklyn past president E. W Bradbnrg Boston secretary J Henry Williams Pbiladel pbia The objects of the association the naturalization of British born resi dents of the t niteil states ballot reform anti parochial education and universal peace J H n-a.s chosen dele gate to represent the association at the next conference of all Am-nean Protes- tant organiznions. ORN closing easier Spot sales of N0 teamer mixed 4W4IHc No 43c c, do July, du miTeil Jnne do Sept., were strong on a decrease of )ver On out biulwla at the interior prices cion- mt kiSflHc higher Spot lots closed ttrawr of >o I white state 37c No 2 do No 1 mixed. 3Sc No 2 do No 2 mixed June. Me. do July, do BMtLEV -Nominal POflh. weak and 1 to i uoiata lower July W U. A UK IB.J' Sept tu 9 eanrern crvamei y wenti-rn do 1J4J1V CHtESK-Steady factory York ched dar western nat, Steady eastern rresb. western do. Canadian do li. Bnlklo ProTlsloa Market. BUFFALO Jane 1 WHEAT-Closed dull yesterday No. 1 hard "onhm WlnUr Fourth race, 1 9-16 miles Pelluun first, Gallifet second Bravo third time 2 01 3-5. Fifth race, the Dawy for 4-year >loX mite Eclipse first, Lord Harry Nc S red, oa track No. 3 white, gee on track CORV-Steady, No. 2 corn, ate- Mo. s do. 37Hc No S yellow 18V4c No 3 do CTfec No white, ilc No S mixed. J2c on track Nominal No 57c in store Gay Gray second. Tattler third, time, 1 37 BLT1ER Creamery fancy Quarter la 31 1 do western fancy, caEESi-Faaoy roll per In. ____ l TBBM HAOTO, Ind Jane -Robert onner yfeited the race track cratss, 14c, wuatern Th. Cleveland Strike Becoming Serious. CLEVELAND Jnne 10-The Big Pour and the York Pennsylvania and Ohio railroads yesterday offered their triking switchmen all rhat was asked be- fore the strike took Lake scale of 23 cents per hour for day and cents for msrht worlc The offer was re fused, rhe svnuhmen demanding the Phi cago scale There was no change in the situation last With shippers and manufacturers the matter is very serious Several big establishments will be com pelled to suspend to-day for want of coal Fell Through Skylight. ROCHESTER V Y June 19-Shortly after midnight vesterday i silver plater named Tohu Maloney fell from a third story window at the Christian Re form lodging house on Exchange ..rreet going through a skylight to the ground floor He was almost instantly killed Maloney was a stranger here hann? ar rived m the city three d lys aeo He had been drinking and it is supposed that his fatal fall was accidental Touna; Wallace Pleads Oniltv Nrw YORK June I ailace and Ignatius B Lowit? who went r tuba after stealing 000 belonging to the ancle of the former the proprietor of Wallace's Monthly were arraigned m general sessions yesterday morning and pleaded gniltv to grand lar, eny m the first degree They were remarded until riiday for sentence Radical! Furious at Sallsliary LONDOV June 19 John. VIorley in a conversation on the snbject of the agree- ment with Germany m the lobby of the house of commons last nieht said he re- garded It as equitable and that the Ub- erala would not oppose it The Radicals, lowever, are furious over the cession of Heligoland. Hitt Renomlnated. FREEPOIIT Dl June 19 R. Hitt was renomiaated yestenlav by acclama- THE WORLD'S FAIR SITE 1 Warning from to chlcnjro to Df, lOe the Qnlrkly DFXI us, Colo June 19 News says editorially that the people of Chicago who are squabbling the unesttoo of a site for rhe world s f nr must remember that the exposition w not a Chicago af fair n ir a national attau but an in ternationil one aad no question of inter est to real estate speculators or cable rail roaii Hues must be allowed to h, weight whatever L nless a site a.. ept ible to the people of the T nired ites is speedII- chosen it will be the dutv of the nanonal commission to mterfeiv an i r ,lte hll owtK> it to the c.rus and .tates who supported her claim to the filr to put a-.top to the nnseemlv wranglmg of private interests which imperil the prospe, ts of a success- ful aad creditable exposition IN THf U M I, me If Ule w, tei ln> ifi i rr in rinj nun >r business nr ii t ii iiiinitree f (he li i n rhe In i i i i pn pniti. u lull Dining the Jl-i the I ill brought fioui rlie senate and Vlr Bland m th it the lotuiaittee rise fto take some actiou on rhe bill l The vote CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St, Has a lull line of bv lallenj H to Vlutclil-r 111 1 Pi with the Hepubll ippro- iave any Cornell University Trustees. ITHA f IllinolK despite the strenu >us protests if Mr Perkins jf h. and Mr Peel of insas appropn irions of 112 2UO for the "reek Indians eM) for the Potta wiitomie Indiiua, and I2T for the ican Pitt uvatomie Indians were stricken (rom tbe hill The committee then rose, th. lull w is pass, d and the house at 4 p m urned 5ETATOR QUAY WANTS IT STOPPED He Dliie.ts to More Changes Being h> si rj ant at IrniH Canada? W r fine ID -Mr Quay mtro- liiiediiuh i n IK jHsfeuiiya resolution to pn vent llieiernmK si rgeiiut at arms, L 1 i in id u mikiun i ii y more removals fn m l lie I me >1 rile olh.p of which he is the hen I l inadav s resignation does n. r r ik eHVit until June no and it was urn i Iv ei i i th it he was trying to n I -i u.li so ne mi of the seintebi mikinir r ,n ils ami appoint mtfnts cunti i ill i s Qn u wis .iiieiill) .redited with u tin lien I t rhi movement to I an i 1 ij rein >ved or persuad H! to itsijiii nadth' utiou of Mr Quay -oniliiK fti r tbe n port th itthe Penn mm emplmes had Ijeen reruove.1 from ifll tolor to the stoij that Mr fiuiiliy wis getting even before his ?tn nit nt Mr m id ij 's eipl ination of the reso- lution was th it he removed reientlj an miployc who h id Iwea put on the rolls at the request if Mr Quay with the distinct amleistanilinn rhvt tile appointment was 3nK teiupor 11 s PATENTSI Our havt a 11 Utrkt aad nfl Patmll, MneMcoartnttert ill f oppoaito 17 8 Patent otto Wo lyeariM all bualaoea i- ii t biMiaaea in Insn anel ".I than HUM. remote tni wT at I ton ilrtwinit. or photo, with eretti. n a. uial. IM or to i n ui ,ree Addraae A. SNOW Uppo.lto Patent Ottoo, W, yonr StaM.coantr. CO., 1X0. Freight Ktakemeu Strike PITTSBI RO 19 the through ficiglit biakemen on Pitts Imrg I n r ulroad to the number uf fifty stru. k a result the roail bl ked so fir as freight trafflc concerned Ihestiike t ulminatlon if the dem inds of the Yardmen several montlis ago Ir was iinilersf.io.1 by the rtrikenthit when l jjrdmen secured in advance to take e ct ju Tune I that the freijiht brakttnin should Ii ive a like uivnncp to for   su. h Kivmnie was forth, oming and at a held Tues- laj niKliMt WLS ilc.nleil to sinke The nisi nmplete surprise rn the rail n ad jffi iiN N t steps fur a.onferen.e beta i n the smkers and offi. i Us have un ftit been t ik n to any ID the city, and at pncfs that will pay }ou tosw him purchasing. Wr> have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather u I of Hi rhe ires for boro are ecretary of are Dr H Inx, c mdid .re fur governor >eur hi ids a big deh gatwn from pnnglield A Murderer Arrested. POLCHKEEPMF Y June 19 -Arthur endegaa-., who ivis re.pntly mdirted for le murder of his fittlier m aw Wi-hlng Olivet on Jjtst mountain Dutchess 'unty June fa wjs iinisted at Copake esterday Pendeituw has, been in hiding hii father's house, while his brothara ood guard with revolvers and shotguns. Cholera Decreasing In Spain. MADRID, June 19 Flv. aure deaths Jin cholera have occurred at Puebla de j "j uv.tu.ui.v- e occurre a uea e non by the Hepubhcans to represent the Kugat The is generally decreas- cilxth ili-tn ut of town (hernia, in new of Ule i repose.I changes in the tanff aad the probable increase in cost at nearly all kinds of dry goods, the mou tli of wiU be naon Hi for them to shep. Prices wen' npyr r lower than thfy are at present in our store. If the proposed tariff bill must go up. We are offering splendid bar- gaius in sateens and ginghams and summer wash fabrics of all kinds. The balance of our spring stock ol' aeh. White and black lisle thread Jsrssp Tests st 75c. each Silk Tests, all colon, 75c. each Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanced if the tanff is changed Oar prices are much below eren current prices, and we are selling doths, napkins D Oyleys, towels, etc st rare bargains New atvles in parasols New styles in gloyes. New styles in hosiery Headquarters m Buffalo for fCarpcu, Rugs Draping and art "LOCK, MAlJf STBBMT, BUFFALO. M. Y. C.C. TENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAn ST, tHrrvALo. r. Diamonds, DBALBB 01 and Jewelry, looks. Silverware, Leather Me riiro, OOLD 4 ui mm TIM _____ A COMPUTE UJm 09 Holiday Goods MAIN STKKKT, BUFFALO. N V CUTTHE WPOSC SORT; mmiEoPEARL _Mad. mi, 5y CO., FiTTSBURGH, Pi, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures NEWSPAPER!   

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