Dunkirk Evening Observer, June 30, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

June 30, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 30, 1890, Dunkirk, New York DUNKIRK VY MOND VY JUNK no in; FEDERAL ELECTION BILL. USINESS HOUSES PMSibcNT harrison said to ie IN FAVOR OF IT. OF DUNKIRK. Kl I OU    »*    «•    ruUn/ A »U Had##* blank* i* **-he M*'-luuu»‘ai I*e|»*rti****nt Dunkirk.Pnotonfff otnimnv. %'S 1%WH'N « A vt? ai ao-S .'f Daunt Al! Mifcl** lf . IAI Lu    “*    ““ * * ffehv^ r.orr**u* n ' •aliet te<l- Woad Vent. 7** la .Wk*l I*1*** 4n,l Hi ft I o#i, »o*l I *th. Frwt tor wtialeeel* *°4# ' i. kiiKli ij:; ami Let-trEl AIA “■ -”■»-».. inr"“Tw: Ba.-** * •IHRIA**T-    ,llrr far iuahAiim except H. Aru#*® PhotoffT'phs af MMI eat w*.t MfcfcN. far >0»K RPUCTf-JAMA* l*ro-Buf-M a U” l^nr Sa. It. fe<^o<t iirwl. »ew D pf fi- r    k    s    ^    KiM.t/tB'i,    *a    n    .    u    i    .. tam street, Dnazir*. »•    *    ^    I    »r*l<*r*- u® **• ou,“ •lr, P*«q.h*et*, «to~. hound IB AH WY**- _    -    - or ouptiv itwo'le*! to* lUKCHKK'l C IU*HER* MOCH*, -« .    «    ratrtl He Ie Qa«te«l *• Njl>« Ne Will Appreve tike Xaiin lf fvjkil Ay Cee-greee—A F#r#en*t et tike Week la Cea-gre**—Tike ##aat« Will Duel Principally With A pyt'eprtattan BUI*. Warrington, J a ar ID — The Sunday Herald y**Ht»*rdaT. comiurotiBf on Ptm-idstat ilarnwtu a attitude to ward rh* fed-erat election bill, **y»: Prwsi«i**ut Hammon has heretofore been given th** credit of at least depreciation if not of actually opposing the po.«rotge of the dangeroun federal election hill now under disc un#ion In the house It has been believed that he warn mate*man enough to discern the evil camisado* ef the schema aad sufficiently par not ic to frown upon the centralizing and un American clique which has foe ed moat of the Kepublicana in the house into accept-But yesterday the prwudent A DESPERATE negro shot 1111*U •i.i, Pm 1.1•*> *-u, •b-. bouu-i a* no g.lA*riatee*l bx;k occaeion to de* iare himself under the Ii yr i^eoural Ave* WFu«»ennle aad retail dealer ia I* ported ms I kame*tic I to us. Gla##wof». Ac. C «*««; uj L..«t .... «•<*">"■«    " XKt mad TTT L»**e street. CUTI HAKHKK 'BOI* * urn nm^ Iiider I .ake -hor* National teeter aa.l Third streets A sue Furerii mad InwaeaUc < ifltm cor aer nu* k a1 j 1UMU.P A RON, Ii    Stet    I    eater mtreet, Practical horse -boer*. Particular eta interfering hones Hh**iag of r*»a*l .. trotting b«*rse» a specialty* I > I HNI HK    OMWIki*. I .ar gem lindy ia the County. Aa >iueHSSlle«t adverbs*.*# medium. * u k at i it it I r* K.molNKKKI NG CON PANI My tod«w a Hopi**#-V.ugiaea, Hoiten, Pulleys, Pmtu*rn». I •*r#in#>*. Manufacturers of kngiae# Absit, u# ii si.gem. #*e* Patterns, « amt'uk», mud lim* hiae W>wk ui •»r*ier a ilk Kl HK ** ti I HT CO., JUS, Mi sa*! MC ll Center street, Manufacturers af the ‘ ' an*i iNushirh period - Zttin* Dream Sharia. Un sale ta ad knmsg imrmmmag. •Cram well [)r*M SinrL *lounn| ami dry px.l* hansea *a domination ef the Reed wing of the party and in favor of the bill. He think* there is still some power for his party in tho “bloody shirt," and not only w sa tm the bill passed, but wants it done quickly mo that tho cry of southern outrages may he used in the coming congressional campaign “to ire the northern heart ’ and distract attention from the queer record of the party in congress on silver and the growing dimension* on the tariff qnestles A gentleman who in the past has held very close official and personal relations with the president related the substance of an Interview between him aud the chief magistrate to an Herald represen atlee y c»terday rn*•ruing It opened with a declination by lien. Harrison that under no circumstance would he interfere oven by tho remotest suggestion outside of aa official message with the action of congress Then the president continoed—“If they peas tho federal aiecttoe hill. I will sign It aa aim rn aa It bi presented lo me for my cou toleration I want thous to p*#p the hill, and I don t care who knows it Paine queerly the president mid he had In a de •ultery way advise.! his friend* m both ho ii-wa of .ut agr**.* rn pro* wed aa rapidly aa possible with the Anal aaactmeat f bilio. to that “it might becomes quest Wa of discus* iou in the com I ag campaign He Befume# to OwrreaOer by aa Araru Nag. A Miry La Juno #» —Goo Howard, a desperate negro., was shot Saturday morn mg just above town bv disguised men, and came into town for medical assurance. Soon after there wa* a aim tilt# boo us charge into the town from every road of armed men on horses, numbering about AIU Howard was found in Tom Sewell s garden He refuse.! to surrender and wan killed. Two of the bores of the party were won ny* -.1 by shots from the garden, and two other negroes. Jake Hansom and Tod Flanders, were wounded at the time. Dug Tallis was found, and he. with two other bad negroes, wa* taken to the outskirts of the corporation, whipped and ordered to leave. Armed squad* were than sent not an.1 raptured the anus of the suspicious colored people Eighteen or twenty double-barrel led guua two Winchester rifles, and a number of pistols were taken The armed crowd then dispersed. The cause of the trouble batsmen whites and nagr<mw was tba firing by the negroes several days ago upon a committee of white men who had I we a cam missioned to interview several white man who were charged with living on tern*, of social equality with the colored people of thin parish By the advice of the mea the negroes were In flue a •'ad to aCnke far higher wages Alarming reports had been J in circulation for some nm# that the misled colored people held frequent night meet ings and were procuring arase and am rn ut ion from many quarters ta use against the a bite people ia a race conflict they, contemplated bringing en Recent event?* established th# fact that they were not groundless and the white people prepared themselves OB a war footing. The repeated threats on the part of the uegruaa against the whites, the firing upon the committee and the cruel beating of a white child by a negro man a few weak* ago so incensed the whiten that they our elude.! that they w«#uld bear it na longer but would meet the issue as they did ''at unlay morning Everything is quist FOREIGN AFFAIRS. SECRETARY MATTHEWS OBJECTS TO MEETINGS IN H VDE PARK. WRECK ON THE MISSOURI PACIFIC. BROKE IN A FOREIGN LAND Four New Verb Ik r. TOOM EV,    __ 1,    Ait    sad 43# I-“*« •treeI,    ^ I>ealer id near, teed. -sit. Baled limy. Fboe* pbates*. etc. Ratal-iwUed. In*. hKlt UOTKL aal mala* “saloon, Caum 1m*o*»l hto#Y sc**sa to all tra.a« *o<i ba»- .neaa bouses. Bd s-caaohom* for Cosk- sercia! Traveler*.    .    „    .    .. Jobs J Murray. Prop- PROGRAM OF CONGRESS a hi.kelts a t o.. r, aud m R Tbird •breet. « abt aet Ware aa*l I • Fiae Furniture, •.astert ug Picture I rsiuea mieie to or»ier LTp- ^ u VArTMOk a Oh tot Cesural Ava. Leader* of Fsab.ou aud lli'StlSmSS UutZtier* ARKU htBAN NBATIN** IU, ll sautacturer* af “Vcnm Hsatiag Apparatus Saaitarv Ptuuabiag a Specialty. H OMC VITIM LAHM DRW. The Busine** That Will Come Before Bath Mease* TBI* Week. W ASB no I Tag, D C, June Ti—Appro priation hills will occupy most. if not all. of the time af the wtiAir during the week Tile indian District af Columbia and legislative appropriation bill* will be discussed and there is a probability that the Idaho statehood bill will come up The •enate will probably adjourn on Thursday over the Fourth until Monday IU the house the first three days will be devoted to the oousideration of the election bill and it will Im- placed aa Its pas sag* on Wednesday No program for the remainder of the week bae been arrange*!    '1**    •«* ('Ut Thur^lay will probaidy be aet aside for the ('ou.HideratioB of the ast iou si lima k rapt* y bill or p*»H*ibiy the compound lard bill, aud in adjournment will proisahiy be taken un Thursday evsr the Fourth un til the Monday following our tpeeialtie*:    Fine    Hhirta,    Wa*; I'oHarv. Ac; . uk». ie, and Lace t urta*n*. Free Dent ary A W. cum un urn, ‘ enter street | J K. DA UH B Third at. ear. of Buffalo M t.iufitcturer and -fafa.er .a Fme B****!# A Hb*>e* H- Ck KY WEILER'H NEW “TOKE. HW I rhmt ac B*>*'k». ^tau*»oerj, Mu»*cai la- fftruoKJQii^MHkgtw.a*#.loftily ud avurrthire pertaining u> a brat cia** book •boo. lux*Aa a ijeciiilT. and ever •tore se J OB PHIN TINO *>f ever* dewoptJca and ai lowest living rate* by Dunkirk Printing ruiapanv, «i and IV K. See*a»*l Sc JH. v.ik BT KFN a HON, rire l ife Accident aad .»eneral la»ur»aos. Deal-cr- is ileal k*tn(e aad l.«*an». Par.icmar •UraUon paid rn ibe care of un‘pen v col lee l-inji renU Ac. ii Ii‘.'euler it, Md floor. Du ut Like Ha aday Paper*. Pittsfield. Maw. June JO —The ofBcial Ixia rd of the Vf«-th*nli>*t Church, meeting a ^ few night* ago, discussed the matter of the pubiicHtiou of tile Sunday M*>rniiig Call by H T Oat man. who Ba* t*een a mea*tier of the church several year* A J ear and a half ag** he iiegan the publics finn of The Call and has printed a paper af good tone, without •eusatiauai feature* The charge* are preferred by Forester Clark a lo. al photographer, and prom! aent member of the chur* h, and a vste wax pa*ee«i to thefffect that Oatman must •top printing The Call er withdraw f obi the church Oatman t* a veteran news paper man fuud of a fight, ami will do neither He “ay* if they waul to have a church trial he I* re a* Iv and will stand it ftowaway* Arrive In from Liverpool. X*w Yuba, June JU — Four stowaway* were brought over on the City af Chester J which arrived here yesterday from Livsr pool They were Pater Quinn. William Hat j nagton, Johu Doyle aud Joseph Benton j The men shipped on the tramp cattie •teamer ‘Waverly” which left Baltimore for In melon two month* ago They were ; in charge af thelive “tuck Wheu they ar rived at London the boas cattleman cal letted ail the wageadue them andskipfwd J The four men were left ’ broke” in a far j J eign land They pawned their watch#* and -pare clothe* and made their way ta Ltverpted Here they boarded the City of ; Cheater an«i “tawed rhemselve* in the hold They remained here four deva without f***d or water Da the kfth day they came ou (lack and told the chief .IU er j their “t«»ry He fed them and put them They were examined at the barge *>Aoa and de*-iared they were American citizen* They were allowed : to lan«L lieu ton elal nu* to be an old govern meat scant H “iv* he served fourteen year* under lea Terry and wa* with Terry <*u the Cu<*ter battle deld of (attle big Horn right after the massacre AU the men left for Bal ti nu* re korrUtowa'k 4 nil vim 1*1 Wwk. X.‘HU'VILLE, Vt , June 90 — Thewpeuing event of Norristown * centennial week occurred at the Fir*! Congregational church v***t**rdav morning An impressive ceu teiiuiaJ sermon wa* delivered by Rev Dr, Homer of Ne w York, a oat ive of this town His text wa* from I Samuel, vt..IS, hi* particular theme lielug “Hitherto hath the lain! helped us." FoUowing the sermon a hymn by the Rev P R Ti.sk. poet of the day, with music by the church organist, wa* rendered by a double quartette MOkKUH PHARMACY. WO Central Bwana Head*uarier* for Walt !**par Pa.at .oils. Ac. j turns condemning the Federal elec'tioo law speaker KeetT* Opponaat far Cougraaa. Huntland. Ma , June JU —The Demo erat* af this district have nominated the Hon Melvin P Frank for Congreaa against Speaker Reed, and |wi*ae«i resolu- * y BKK IN*. J, W„ I    JOH i eater street. Manufacturer and dsaier sn H*rae*«,“a Hies, Br4lea, dollar*, Trunks.Wk pa, Buffa)*. R.U***, Horse Covers ‘dots* Mittens aa*! sleigh tiotars. f > m HOLTE*. I ,    17 bast Thirl street, r sail amable Tailor, <>c: nile men will And it to tneir advantage lo call an me oaf-.re pan'haaiug elsewhere. now pending in congress tm “revolution ary. uujii“t ami tyrannical, intended to transfer ait political pawer from the state* to the corrupt nug in congrv** that ho re ceutiy prtM-iaimed. through its headsman its domtneenug purpose, that hereafter we will cut loose from state elections, da our own registrar mg, our own counting aud our own certificating '’ *) ii. LAKY A CIL, ,    STB    Lion street. Genera I Hard ware. Wk, us I ,aad,« ii ia.Pa* a ter’• kupuhea, CHI t laths. v»raa Ue Ware. A specialty f HherwiaW'iliiaam Pant sn *. Monroe range. L LING, such as bleak-books, ledger*, sad ail kinds of blanks duos at Dunkirk Pnauag toiupauv, a aa-t lb E. Second “L R RI IM ILI ll MOLDEN H ti' EK, c<>r. Tturd aud Buffalo Nta, Dealer >n Granite, Marble, Flagging aad Bai ding “tone. Cai I on ma uefore buying your «i*u* walk ULBI R rn OL 7 aad * Fast Front **treaL Whisky. W laaa. Brmaoie*. G-mrrai l.iqmw Ntore tor Fam.ly Cue. HOBEKT M KYI. Lion siree!, near the lepol B* arling. Sale, Ared aa*I Livery 'table HtaUmg by the lay or week on reaaouaidc tuai • AM I UlfTuRU, H i central Ava. I i ^ *U r* , c.encrai loaaraaes Au I Be*. K*iau a ae ut A re, Life, Accident, aud Live stock lusaraact:. Pro ui pl atteaboa giv *n to bay mg and seth ag It cai Estate T. C. JUN EJS. 75 K. Third »L. cor Ihwr Excelsior Meat Market. Freeh. “Sit Smoked Meat*. Lard. Sausage*. i>v»uer* Poultry NY NY T ATI MEN. JEW RI.KY, At ‘Bu* the Aurora Bai lr. rn. I W*a-b Be pairing a »pe*-iaJty. Frank I Stapf. St A. Tkmi st I. Hts I- EK, Meg* nant Taitor. SIS ( aa ural A van us $600 REWARDI W fe. will jut; the above re a ar-1 for say of L. var Complaint, Dyspepsia, “ick llea.iacbe lu.lo.rUtw,    nae ti pit natl or t ostiveaees wv can not care with Wests Vegetable Liver Pills, ween the liracUo.i* are strictly -..rnplied aith Thev are purely Vegetaoie, and never toil to give “atisfactual Mirv Ciaiei. Imrgv boxen, containing to Billa. JA .mu. Beware of .-ooh ic rte i hi, sad mutations. The ce u ii toe maau-tacure.1 mi* bv JOHN C YUI A t ij. sold by Mon aaa * Pm aam sot. D kirk, s I Two Persons Draw nag. BEIM STILLE. Out , June JI) — A nail drowumg accident •tocurred hero venter day afternoon about !Y W o'clock which resulted in the death of M *' Mi Mvuii aud William t'aanriuiaa. it ap(*ear* there were four in the txMtt. Mi.** Mi Marin Mise < Graham of Camtown. Mr <'a.*“elman and Mr Major of HrockviUe Min* Graham aud Mr. Major were rest vied by or bar parties The deceased are well kuowu people  _ A Heel inn Hand Fatally Hurt. La Mi LIT SB- Pa. June Al—At North Bend Saturday night a westbound freight train on the Pennsylvania railroad wa*derailed and eight car* were wrecked. The pa.'<*euger rip pf'* rau into the wreck and its engine wa* 'mashed. Truffle wan J* layed o-veral heap Millard Hilton, a •et'tion hand rn- thrown under a freight train, while going to the wrack, and sustained fatal injuries A KUB Ntrik* of 4twig. San Fka*»1s<x». June JU — Col Pamtit* Almar**i of the American army roach • I Nau Lhego Wetlne'tlav from Juarez. Ia>w r CalifigrmUL and tell*of a remarkable strike in the mountain* near Juarez He found gold ore so neb that with a hand mortar he got 'iz pound* of gold He declare* that it is uot a pocket, but there are millions in sight. C*usr( teat’* Rep* vtruutlon. Ha KTF* .HD, Conn Juue JU — Returns ro-ceive«t from the census enumerator show that town* having in I “HU about one fifth of the population of Connecticut give an increase of nearly TV UUU    The alate will therefore retain Ila present population in congress and not loan one representative aa was reported recently Eighteen Usslto frow toaastrwke. CIU aho. June NJ —There ware eighteen leat ha and eightv five prostrations from the heat in this Hty Saturday Many af thoaa prominent ara in a critical condition “a*I Death af Nelson A. ‘trave*. R*s HESTFE. N Y.. June JU.—Nelson A Graves, one.J the oldest member* of the Munroe comity bar. iud a resident of this city. was in'(.sully killed on the Central railroad a short di'tauce from hero at Penfield 'ration Sat unlay. He left hi* home in the morning and took a train for Kain^'rt- intetuliiiw: to visit hi* daughter. Mn* Frank Daugherty, who resides at th-st place It I' “Uppo-rd that be left the train ar Penfield aud started to walk down the track He was 'truck by a light vn glue    _    _    _ A Hody toaad in Niagara River. Niagara Fall*. N Y. -Inae A)—The body found rn the river Indow the falls Sat unlay aftermeal ha* Iteeu ideal ilirsl tm Charles OI sprat, ax'i'iaut armorer of the Sixty fifth regiment, and re'ides on Alien st reef. H I (Ta lo. Mr- tiimt was hero ye* teniay au*i 'ays her hu'liaud left home on the evening of June lo for the purpoa* of tmyiAg some hah and never returned On that day a man wa* -e-u to jump from Croat isiaml brulge The remains were taken to Buffalo to-day It la Nwld Ile Will Taka step* Is Fro habit Public Gathering* *m all Parha. A Hawi of ln«1!g«atiw* Against Huaday Mnatr at Windsor 4 aa*Iw —l^ueer Iks-lags af an Ecewntrlc AoMrkaa. IiOiinoN, June 3D —-It ha* been reported rn vera) time* recently that Home Sec re tory Matthews ha* decided to take step* to prohibit public meetings in the parks, aad particularly in HvAe park, and the rumor is again in circulation with some appearance of foundation In order to create a popular sentiment against Mr Matthews allege-1 intention, which the home vee rotary will hesitate to antagonize the Radical* and the workingmen ' anions pr«*poee to organise parole** in various section* af (z>n*b»n every Sunday and march by different route* to Hyde park, where they will hold meetings to agitate the question of the right of public amating.    , 4 tremendous howl ha* been ranted by the Sat-oat ar l aa element over the order I sn ued by bar majesty the quean that a band of music play on Windsor terrace every Sunday aad petitions priesting against such desecration of the >abl>ath are in circuiatioo COMINO mCUkl. rVENTS. Tonight Mr and Mn K age ae Oudin. by special invitation, will sing before the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh at the house of Maria. March lone'* of AIe*bury To Mr* Mackay will fall a proud distinction of entertaining HHH Princes* Louise. Marchioness of Lorne. to-morrow mghr After the dinner party there will be a 'mali musicale, the princes* having »igaiff«Nl her de*ire to hear M tie Zelie de Lu-toau That artist ha* been engaged for the uorasion aud all the -m»uz“ “he is to king have beeu elected by the .-riiiva The nezt American weilding iu London will he that of Miss K*>maiue >toue to Lawiwoc* Turn a re. Jr The «iatr ha* not yet been timed by the family, but the event will occur ab*.ut July Id. probably at th* Chapel Royal. Savoy . AN ECCENTRIC AMERICAN Julius M Case of Marquette. Mich , who died suddenly at the Victoria hotel on Thursday from the bursting of a blood vessel in his brain, was very popular among his friends, although he cultivated one or two amusing eccentricities to a tie-gree that was soinvtnne* objectionable ta the Britt sh ‘ tile of Cases fats wa* his collection of walking sticks of eld and bizarre patterns The more grotesque a nick wa* that he -aw ta a shop window the surer he wa* to buy it. One of his sticks had the head ->f a bulldog, life size and (.'Me would * am I v carry it in the street, unmindful of the fa* t that every passer by stopped Lo loom at bun Another cane bal the head of rn tnoukey, which, when a spring was touched, -tuck out its tongue and winked its ey*-'. and Case wa* fond of walking down Plead lily with it under hi* arm, blinking and lolling his tongue while he appeared absolutely unconscious that he wa* attracting attention tither* of hi* stick* cob tai ued perfumed fountain*, Jack in the box whistle* and other instruments of torture LAND Pl Bi HASE BILL DEFERRED The propoMal* to compensate liquor sellers at the expense ef taxpayers have at length tteen formally amt completely abandoned, a* wa* forth ad owed from the Jay they were Introduced. The Irish land purchase bill has been deferred to next wash-n. ai d the tithe* bill, the remaining ai*-*-ii re of the three promised in the queen s 'peech at the opening af the session. will probably in whole or part 'uffer a similar fare. But even now the necessary busine** contention* and nou-con-tentious remaining to be dealt with are so extensive that the prospect of an autumn session is seriously discussed. The recent arrest of Russian Nihilists in Pan* ha* frightened their brot hem in that city who were so fortunate a* to escape being taken into custody, and they ars «eek-mg new quarters Switzerland, awing to the fact that the “wl** government ha* yielded to tne pressure of her larger and more powerful neigh I* >ni. and entered into sztrailitiou agreements respect mg Ssual tots. Nihilists, dynamiters ami the like, i* Bo longer a safe place of refuge, anil many of the large i. u rn lier w ho are leaving Pan* are coming to I.* ndon» The police have been able to locate their retreat on the WL't and are watching the Nihilists who have ai ready arrived. The Pans Sdiel 'tate* that I»rd ''ahs bury ha* informed M YVaddington. French amtakNeador to Fngiand. that Ragland will not impose the aunextion of Syria by France It is -rated that Prince Ferdinand ha* become alarmed at the outcry which has been raised at the execution of Maj Pan I tea and is afraid to return to S>tia at present It ta alleged that he will therefore prolong hi* visit LB A 'let na in iefimtely ostensibly because of ill health. The divorce -nit *>f I*>rd Dunlo against his wife. Belle Billon, of Music hall notoriety, will come to trial this week Sir ('holies Russell will conduct the case if Lord Dunlo ( ktrH " Uh Mooter!ii* Hts Wife. Carlisle Pa . June JU.—John Katnpfer, a rail rom! employe at Huntsdale. ha* •teen arrest*-*! charged with murder of his wife, who died Thursday shortly after he bad giveu lier wl. it I • -aid was painkiller Mrs koiiiplcr'* br (lier instigated the proceedings sgaiu-i I Le prueiuer and he ha* procure*! evidettoe from neighbors that Kampfer treat*-*I L.s wife badly aud threatened to put Der out of the way Mrs Kampfer s body will tw exhumed and an inquest will be held. A torsion ta the Boston Y. Ii. C. A. Williamstown!. .Ma-*, June JU —Rev W T Gordo*, D D . of Boston, addressed the Y M. C A it IU JU a. rn. yesterday in the Congregational church, which was well ti I Ie*I The s|w- iker roe* his text from Rev. v , L In the t'ollege chapel in the evening Dr A^ C Perry conducted a very impres*ive alumni prayer meeting which wa* well attended. Killed by a Freight t'nndurtor. McComb City. Mis*, June JU.—C. C. Henderson, a machinist, wa* killed by W R. Parker, a freight «•» ad lictor during an altercation last night Parker escaped Both men were employed on the [llinoia Central railroad Henderson wa* from Lincolnton. N C. 'mum? CHIMNEYS BREAK? PST JEW ®PETN1 WRONG SORT; THC RICHT ONES ■■ PEARL TOP ANO ARC Wifcnhih GEO. A. MACBETH^ CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. A Wetl-Kaawn Rh*ih«s* Mas Daad. Fort Worth. Tex., June JU — Waiter A Huffman, president «>f The Democrat Publishing conij any aud editor-in-chief ef the Fort Wurlh Gam ere. died yesterday in Chicago He leaves mu estate valued at It .UUU iHJU. He wa* well known ta New York and Btwton basin*— cmd— 'it< < <*utul American Ysrk*m*>n. BEHLIN. June JU—in the rifle shooting in honor of the visiting Americans, which took place at Hanover >*-'terda>, the following New Yorker* were successful in winning prize* Field target (Germany), Timmerman, second prize, ride target ,Hauover». YV'alther. flret prize. Zimmer man se* oud. huntnig target, Stein, first prize. Zimiueruian an*l Stein won stars, and Krau-e. Bu—r. YV'alther, Zimmerman, Si mon. Ste big, Stein aud Sehr»**der won cupa. __________ Draw nod in the F.rl* 4 anal. R*s HID*rER, X_ Y , June :tt —Felisto VY uiidei Im k. a ‘herman. 3f» year* old. was .run ued at a tam t a half an hour after •iiMluight this morning in the Erie canal, »e*r the Ford street bridge The man sa* seen on Went avenue tm late a* ll p. • ii , at which time he started ti) hi* board •mg hoii'e on Allen street Before reaching the house it seems he dee et*-* I to go in athing Some aor '.is him sink aud ran • o hi* eeistmii* bat were ton late. He .sin** from Germany several years ago, leaving hi* wif* and children in that isMtniry A Tmin Crnahes Into a (arriage. Colorado Sr Rf n< Cottx.Jane JU.—Mr*. ( .••grove of Chi*-ago and Mrs Wolf of Newark. N J , were killed. Mrs Gill iff Chicago had Kith legs broken aud Mrs. VY *l-*>u of I hi< ago wan severely bruised ye»(*-rlay. the carriage in which tliey were n ling being struck by a Midland railway train at I ie pas* The driver and a young man ai•* oui pany mg the ladies — cap si The ladle* were rn*-rn lier* af * T meeters Protective assoc in ma party who are touring the state Tv* Fasfis Ktllng awd Tweaty-eae— Kadly Injured. Neva RO. Mu , June m —The Mimoorl Pacific passenger train wa* wrecked five mile* from here at 3 •clock Saturdav afteruao" by the -prea*Lag af the rails on a sharp curve Three af the couches were proc! patsu down an embank meat sgd two pitople fatally aud tweaky seven more or leas dangerously hart. A a pee Mil train bes rung surgeons went to their relief. Th one fatally hart were Conduct ar Sam Jones and a child of W H Marvin of Kansas City The moat se riouxly injured were. John Rdmundb of Lincoln. (Ila, hadlj hart aliout fa/s* and head De J Billa, beant and left side bruised Ors AET LI FE of Kau**.* City, leg badly bruised. T H. smith of Chicago, hips bruised aad cat A. B. WalEEB (rf Butler, Mo logs «ri nasty injured. Mrs#se Boun and PETTIE MorNTJOT of Lexington, Mo , both internally injured Mks K B Ray of Deerfield, Mo , badly injured about the body. YY M Marvin of Kansas City, danger ously hurt. Mihh Minnie M< Fahland of Kansa-dty, dangerously hurt. A FIGHT WITH A POLICEMAN. A Yuung Saw Turk Tough (il-ra* On* al the Kl newt a Hard Toe* Ie. NEW York. June flu —The capture of rn boy alwut bi years old, who hail escaped from the Carbolic protectory in West rhe-fer. created considerable siciteineut in the oeighborhosl of City Mali park and the Brooklyn bridge shortly tstfarn n**ic Saturday. Aa offlcer >eize«l the lad in t ify Hail park, where he wa* playing with several com pan loan Til# buy. tm soon ae he saw who had held af him lay dawu ob the sidewalk and refused to mave The officer dragged him to (he stair** leading t* The elevated station at the entrance ta the bruin*. Mere the boy again lay down aad yelled Bt the top of hi* voice. He kicked thr iff car aad mad* snub strenuous -fferts to escape that it required the a**:stance of two bridge -j lb ce re and a policeman of thr ‘(ak street, station to subdue him The uffi er and his prisoner finally got aboard an elevated train aad started off toward Harlem file bridge policeman said that the officer who had the boy in charge wa* a detective of luspo* tor KTrues’ staff It wa* also said that the boy had escaped from the prate* (ary about a week aga Since then he bae boeu Inning around City Hall park    _ AN ACT of gallantry Causa* a Young Marne*! Man ta Lose His Life baar Ka«h*ster. R*hhf>tkk. N Y , June. JU —Nicholas Karnmu.ski. a young married man about ’.ii years af age, who lived at JU North Clinton street, in thin city, met with a fatal accident at Charlotte yesterday. Kari*ia.-kl was on the 4 p ai train coming buck to the city after spending the day at the beach and left the train at Charlotte -ratiou for the purpose of aa 'isling a friend minted Mrs. earner to board a “teamer He jumped from the train while it wa* in mat ion and slipping, fell aud roil***I under the wheels. He was brought to this city and taken to St. Mary * hoap tal where he died in a few minute* He had a deep wound in tbe forehead, one leg was nearly savarwd from hi* body and both arms arni badly mangled Kara*in*ki leaves a widow Freight Ifamtllar*’ “trill* Still On. ST. Lad is. June ZI —The striking East >t. lami* freight handlers beld a meeting last night and decided not to accept th* terms of the road* ami remain out until tbe roads acceded to their demands It is “rated that 'bauld the road not grant th* striker*, demand* tbe transfer drivers and a her members of the American Federa Zion of Ioib»*r. who are immediately con rogued in tbe freight handlers movement, will join the sinker* to-day. Faded His Life With Strychnine Baltimore. Md., June JU —A suicide at tended by mist distressing circumstant es occurred Saturday night ar JbW North Fulton avenue. Henry Mend*, a bookkeeper, ended hi* life by swallowing twenty gram* of strychnine The cans# for the -ukride was apparent. He leave* a widow and > hild The coroner declined to hold rn inquest, being satisfied that death wa* caused by suicide. population of Texas Cities. San Antonio, Tex., J nae III — Cities of Tex*# disclose the following figure* ap proximately Dallas. JU JUD. San Antonio, SffKUU: Galveston, Sh,(MU-. Fort Worth. 31,-*M>: Houston. :Jft,UUU; Waco, JU.UUU. Austin Ifl.JIO The city’s census of San Antonio. taken a* a check to the federal census. give* ^.population of VY,UUU. an increase of 3,-YuO 'ilSce I “JNJ Disastrous Cyclone in Tennessee. NASHVILLE, Trim . June JU—A mb1< ne did considerable damage at Gauatin Tenn., yesterday morning. A negro church was demolished, jwo person* fatally injured and several others seriously hurt,. Trees were uprooted aud rot eld r able damage dour. several Huibliugs Blown Dawn. Hillsdale. Mich., June JU—A cvclon* la reporteil a* ha vin* -truck Reading Str unlay afternoon aud that several hulloing- w*-re blown down, one man killed and several severely hurt. Particulars are very meagre, as ail the wires are down. _ Pr***trote*l by the Meat. BURLIN‘JTD*. la.. June 30,—W. O. Collins, -Dige manager of Rice s Evangeline company, which is playing af the Opera house here. wa* overcome by heat statur day and is in a critical condition. An lkl«l Man Kllletl by a Train. B, TTE. Mont. June JU—James Drew age*l ‘si year*, -t.xsi -*n the railr<*ad track near here ye'tenlay aud was killed by a trim The eugmcer could not see him because of a curve in the road. Earthquake* la California. Santa R**a. Cal. June JO —There were three quite -evere earthquake shocks here about k ;Ju yertenlay morning Mauy people were awakened from sleep by the trembles. _ Deafk From Meat In Vt. Louis. ST. LOLIS. Mo , June .JO.—There were six deaths and twenty-seven prostrations from heat here “aru rd*y. Death of aff. Fray BERTE, Jane SO —M. Fray. dlrnctar aff the La taro anana! tolegraph human bara, ia TKF. WURL!* OF SPORT. 3S SC. JC HS STOH.E SCHEDULES SHOWING THE STANDING OF CLUBS The Races for the Pennants la the Three Law* I tag Langues- Besuit* of Y**tar-Any’* Game* af the American Assoria tloa — EiM-hsitsr’t Ball feam Badly Broken ap—I.using n Justle#. The following table* show the standing of the club* in the different leagues PLAY Eld’ LEA**! E Per Wuz. I .oat Oat. Biwton . ................. . 35 TI tar, Philadelphia ____ ... 3U 44 ..Vat ('hit ORO ................ . ■«! 35 JHS Brooklyn. ............... .. a .534 Now York » 25 JOI IhtL'imr#. ............... st Mi .RH Clevelaod ............... a 2» 431* Buffalo ....... . M 34 -att NATIONAL Ut A ti CE Per Won. Last. Cant. ‘Tnetnaati . ............ .. 35 IT MTH Brooklyn ............... . 35 21 tea Ph. ad.-;, hia . 35 32 AT Bust**# .................. .. 31 rn Sot * 'hk-agu.................. 2* 35 SIS New York .............. .. 34 C .€» Cleve land................ .. UI 9 3&.I Pit tabu nr............... .. ut IU 2V. AKI KRU'AN AMD CI ATKIN Par Won. Lo#C. Cent. Athletic. ............... .. 37 M UMU Rot heater..... .. « a* mu Columbus ............... .. flu 38 Am Loamvtll# ............... .. a# 35 •V9» -St. Limit................ 2# 27 JU# r• deft* >................ . 23 3# .451 Syracuse ... ... St at .41* Brooklyn ............. .. is BS -JKI Sunday A ■*»*►«• tat Ion I. ani es. At Kl. Lome - l*t. Loma...........0    0    0    1    3    4    3    0    3—W ({.•chaster  ..........0    ii    I)    I)    ll    I    I    ii    3— 7 Hase hiu -St. Lonte ll. fbs'hester 7. Error# “t. Louis i Rochester A. batterie* Whit rock and Mnnyao; t anliaii. Bin ii vet t and McKeongh. I'bu pi re Kerlna At L*<ai*v1iie— Louisville ..........I    SSS    1001    *-t BruAljm ......A    u    u    U    ti    J    0    0    0— • Haw bits- luMilsville Jo, Hr t Milk it ll 4* Error* Loutsvlii# I, Bn*>klvu L barren*' Meakin. ELref an I Week he* ken Mattimur* and Toy, I spire I *•<♦"*< her At T>.l**l«i The Toiedo-Athletic game ans stopped by ram at th# end of the T.*urth luting. Toledo.k Athletic. L At ('alaniban- ColuntlMs-Sytwa* garna wa* sloppe*! by rain at the end of the second tuning <••! u JU bu-, I; syracuse. U. Made I'.ame af the Jimtli-s. VY I'HiNoToN, June JU —During the progress of yesterday'-. W.a-hiugtou-Wor* ester i«*iiI game at the (ienilenien’s Driving park near Alexandria. Va. Sheriff Beach of Alexandria county, accoiupauieik*by Ju*fi«y* of the Hence Drummond (colored), ■»#reed warrant# of arrest on the managers ami mein Iters of the two tennis for plaviBg baseball in violence of Sunday law A trial, which developed into a complete farce followed, during which the -pecta tore unmercifully guyed the jO'lice and -henif Each participant wa* fin***! IU and e* fs, amounting to H. which wa* paid The game wa* then continued ami war rant' were igain u»i*le out Again st Secretary Burkett of the Washington club OU a charge <»f playing bull without license Rochester » Ball Ina la Bod shape. Rovhluteil N Y . lune JO—Manager Pi.were telegraphe«l The Heral<i last night as billow*, c-.t. eruifi : r’>e ronditi*>a of the R*>che»ier (si -e i ,«ii i i* a iu    “On Thunulay Si hr flier kuork**d his shoulder out of place Greenwissi als** hail a thumb knocked oat of joint. Saturday O’Brien was overcome by tke beat and yesterday (“ahhail'' pitching finger wa* buret and he will lone the nail Gen Bl inker is here aud to-day I ex[>eet to negotiate for uew men."    _ Mealing af 4* v rn floats. ATLANTIC ITTY, N J., June JU—The Philadelphia district of the North Amer ican Gymnastic unum, eompotmd of «o-cieties of the Turn Verein in PennsyS vama. Delaware and New Jersev, are hold mg their fifteenth annual meeting iu thi city Street para.ie' will be given Th occasion will tie memorable. Arrested for Sunday Ball Playing. Baltimore., June A) — Manager Bairnie ami Catcher Tate of the iialtiniore club were arrested after the game feater 'lay. charged with violation of the Sunday laws Both men gave bail ami were re leaned TIRED QF LIFE. A Buffalo Ronan Kind* Her Inhspyt Fxistenee With Landaannt. Buffalo, June flu —Mrs. E. Kent, the woman who lived with her son at No 147 West I 'lira street, and who took an over dose of laudanum alinit midnight un Sat unlay, died at the gv-n-rai hospital yester tlay morning from the effects of the deadly drug The coroner wa* notified aud took charge of the case, As near as can be learned. Mrs Kent * rash act was on account of domestic trouble. She was an elderly woman and hqj acted melancholy of late. She made no statement at the hospital in regard to the marrer, but this may be accounted for by the fact that she was unconscious m.int of the time The am.Mint *ff laudanum she took wa* enough to kill half a dozen people Haverhill s Z.IOth Anniversary. Haverhill. Mass . June 30—A* a pre lade to the iNnh anniversary exercises to tak# place .inly i and 3, religious •ereices were held in the Academy of Music yesterday at 3 p. rn. The program embrace*! an addr*-" by Mayor Burnham; innovation by Rev fir Hainner; singing; reading of the Scripture by Dr Bixler; prayer by Dr. Snow address by Rev. William Evarts, Jr.: singing. “America’; address by Dr Nutter; addr*-** by I lr Holman, prayer. Rev Dr Bates, benediction Rev Ut Miller Died from His lajurl##. Morris. Ills., June MU —Charles Decker wh*Hse skull was fractured by burglars early Thursday n» ruing, died yesterday sftem-s.n after Iviug in an uncooacious condition tor 1)W hour*. -When Mrs. Stevens, his age* I rn other who wa* also injured by the rooter, benni the new* of nu* death, it affected her deeply, ami ail hope of her recovery has been abandoned H «»<!•*> rn* Donation to Hart mouth. Hanover. N. H., June —President Bartlett of Dartmouth college ha* re-r ived a letter from ii *nry C Hutchin*. a I wver of Boston an*! a member of the cols* of I “Hi. cou tai rn tig a check for 95.UUU, to be kept as a permanent fund, th# income to be uses! as the trustee* of the college may se# fit refill ie** Haney Flannelette Blouse Waists, univ 48c. Iditlies Fancy Civam Jersey Blouse Waists, only 5«V. it-* H ality Hast Black Jersey Blousy* Waists, ouly 55C. I didies Fancy Colors Fine Flannelette Blouse Waists, #1.25 Ladies' Very tine Blouse W aists, only 75c. Ladies' Fancy Flannelette Blouse W aists, only 55c. Boys' extra quality Flannelette Blouse W aists, only 48c. Hard woes! Croquet Sets, nicely paiuteti, ei^ht Falls and eight mallets only 95c. Best Mexican Hammocks, heavy braided edges, full fourteen feet, worth #1.35, only 95c. Very strong Picnic and Lunch Baskets, only 9c., 14c.. 18c. and 2U\ Harden Sets —Ut**, Kake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjustable Hammock Rojies, 12|c. each. All kinds Mos4|ueto HVtting, only 6c. Ladies1 best Summer (-orsots, only ERIE STORE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT O 11 tI>L> AR I Att). 1‘xh-tii % tt*>r»evs, 4I1*> 7th O'I, H x-hiujjuoi, 1» • ...pp I * PftUal < ti-(Iv# I'al** u ti*, I .tv.-lit* .iud Ii** I *i* *i**' a**'n red I'rn* Hut- re it IS to r*** I All 1‘sU-ul hn*tii**“* .‘•mditoted f*»r an»l*,rait* K•*#*. Information. Advt**# sud 'p»Tiai rwfrr##**#* sent on request ii jlffl I,, i4'n |Ui A MOM TH can be (u tile Pl# re iv r-.re.ww worktag for os. Prrxom* |*re-!«rtJ who • to luini-di a iiotw iud ^i«c iltcn wtioic urn*- tu the buMnrss. S|>srr in. mm - sizy be pr*n»t-inly employr,i alto. A lea va* ancle* in loan' ami clites B. F, JoHNYDN A I )iH oum Main sc, kit inn.,a.), Va. ll,’ 4YTK.ll— AN Ai TI Vt MIN for en. It FY to*'U.tii. '.xiSJ ' #75 Ut fKMP, t*> I*' ill* r»* pf-ftoUt S nu. > CSNifui Nit oui (ii, DV lMurptff' *to*l to »up|dv Dry Gouda, ( lotto ag, “h.w* •lewelry. etc., I** roasuiller* ai rime. Aletta Lely of    “alary •-**» lo ntri.il me im I »e r» sits** u«.w enrolled, luaus*) paul in.) Ke-fereu« es exeksBgrel. K. in pi re I t.-opersli vs A“**M-iati«*n i< redtt well rsto«ti I,*h1 Ii.n tipi, H. Y. F. K.    I-von    no*l O. RUmroe, of Dunkirk and F. H. Kdmun.ia of Ire ion ii. have just reeured the sale of Dr. K. MaeKArlsnd’- iiHlian Pills A speedy aud positive .-iint fo *irk and Nervou# Hea.f#rke. reiuale Weak... ss, Indigestion. ‘ «>nntipatio*. and Kheutna ut We will refund the pn**e of the Erst in I Ko* that fails to ttonefli pur-ehaser. Is* at let prejudice stand in your light, hut im it once and pun line a bu, one la an iff.-ten I to' (est the merit of this valuable discovery. #'!lly day * trear un til f«*r one .foliar Fifty pill in e**-h box. Price one i.ular per box. No e genuine without the alto.e cat «*n each Imix. rte ware of worthies* imitation*. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Ha* Just ret’civeil s full line of SHK rn mats An nom}. Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you tf> ?**•* him ficfoic purchasing. fcWri* hav’c the I argent asrwirt-meiit of Patent Leather Shoes in plain andlight-coloretl t«q*«, hand and machine sewed.^W e carry a complete line of NLI-TLFToN'S Fine Shoe*. If ytiu want a nice-fitting and stylish nhoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS #3. HH Calf Shtje in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the I»est shoe for the money that has ever lie^n offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and Is- convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street PATENTS! Caveats, ansi Trade Marks obtained, and OI i’ati* rn Lo *1 Besa eon due toot tor Moderate Fee*. Our .uh. « i* opp*.Mile C S. Paten! «ff> «. W# ta.* se a*, uh y gene ie*, oil busmens direct,hear* ' in li Jtii..s t l atent business in less time iud at i.e'M « .ai (tutu those remote Dom Washington. “end model, drawing, or photo, with .lea cripti.iu. VI e advise if patunlaole or #ot. Ire# of charge Oui fee uut due UU patent la secured A '“*ok, "How to* (Sitam Patent*,'* with ref-ereuce* to a- in al . Ileal* m yuar “tate, con Qty. or town, aeui free. Ad*lres* C’. \. SNOW CO., 4>pp«*site Patent i »Mc«. W ashington. D L. Vw ‘C|0OD3 AjSD fAF^PET?. ADtM. lEliBUZZ ANOSBSOH A )S KRU A S KUN K 39*»-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N Y SECOND TO NONE. Our in* it tu is. “Set’ooi I to None.* We wi “Ii to hr s**ooidI to nom* in your servil e. Try us aid I see. We wish to impress u^mu our out of town Cnemis, in vie# of the proposed ‘ hgnges m ikr f an if aud the pro ba hie increase in the coat of nearly ail kind* of dry goods, thai the month of June will he lur month ftir them to shop.    Price# were never lower than they are at present ta 4jur store. Ii the proposed tariff lull passee. prices must go up. We are offering splendid liar gams in sateens aud ginghams and summer wash fabrics of all kind#. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote the following bargain# iii underwear: Gentlemen * blue mixed shirts and drawers in medium weight#, at 50c per »iiit. Gentleman’# Balbriggan underwear M>c per suit. Gentlemen’* blue angola shirt# and drawers at ‘A-V each, 40c good* Ladies Jersey rests a# Low a# (dc. each. Ladies' balbriggan rents with la*# trimming, only 15c., worth ‘35c G*nm1 grade Jersey vest# at 35c ,ea« h. White and black lisle thread Jersey rest# at 75c. each Silk rests, all color#, 75c. each. Linen pricts will be considerably ad rancetl if the tariff I# changed Our prices are much below eren current price#, an*! we are selling fine cloth# napkin* DOyleys, towel*, etc , at rare bargain#    ------ New styles in paranol#. New style* in glorea. New #tyle* in hosiery lieadquarterajB Buffalo for (Carpet#, Rug- Draping and upboUtering'faoric# Aid Meiim and Anderson, AMKKH AN BUX!, 3t a IA s TH bl ET, __BUFFALO.    N C C. PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer AH# MAIM IT, HI rFAI.O. ft. T. DEALER IJS Pi .‘Gip mils,    Witt    ch    cs ami Jewelry, th* k» “Silverware, Learner (e*xU, otr MN»RA YING, GOLD <f SJL FMR MLA TIN A COMPLETE UNI OF .MH WAIN HT KE ET, BUFFALO, N. Y Go toM s Curtains anti Fixtures ;