Dunkirk Evening Observer, July 5, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

July 05, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York vol,, xx DUNKIRK NY US ATRO \ Y JULY s. IWO. NO HO B It EP ti KS ENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK . NKW DULING SIAIHIM! for rn 11 IU A nil "kin"* of Malik-I* Ow latests b> M «Imtiw al Deportment «*f n«»nktrk|l*r»nt>ni'1f ompany. THE SPOUTING WOULD. ANNUAL CUP AND PEOPLE’S REGATTA ON THE SCHUYLKILL. moi V|MI*<    I.INI:    TIII'    MIOItKA. -milieu. |)OOK    lRTl'*‘iv    Rh#* ■ > ttrickir No. |fi K. Sewwt nlntt. M«r Iud fab# ,>lre.'l. Dunkirk N. Y. Maga^w*., . ~ I*.ut. i«u. CU.. Ie .met *« **'    V Pip”    All    work    PMM*-1- HVNiCUKK'H < IKM KKIO' (DUTHIE, ii rjus 4_entral Avenue. Whole**!* *n*l retail tii-aler in I - port©#! an Join.-/ii i<- > h I n*. I»I aum ware, A#’- Tmadtavuua hotkl J    IMN,    ll    per    (lay. Livery aiel Ikmrding stable id winnrctm© Victor IAKl<‘r. it*, ami SU Lion Hirwt I . .ITV HAItltK.lt sllOI' ly    t ha*. Najrle, l*r**p., Under Lake shore National Hank comm Center an.I Third alreeU. A flue aua k o. lomin ami I tome*Le. i i par*. / HINKLIN A s»>N. I /    SS*    Center    ntreet, Praetieal borne utiueia. ParticuJaf attent!.*i #* to interftsrtng horn * who* mg of r«m* t trotting hor*.** a »Ixonia tty. I) UN KI HK KVKN'I NU Olin Kit VLK. Ur|Nt Daily In the C#«l*»ty. An une<|ua]l«*.| advertising me limn. I .CSKI UK KNOIMKKKINO ©O VI PAN V. I I    I or ie.*. IJ .sc Hew A Popple. Manufacturer*of Kngiar*, Holler-, Pulley* ^hailing liauaern, etc. Pattern*, lr urging*. ( a ting*, amt Si ach me Work to order. V .INK I UK NII I Hr Ute, 2*U, Rift and *’"< II Center rtnct. Maim far lurer* of th. ‘Cromwell** and “ Hun kl rh" per fe«* I * lilting (Ire** NhirU. <*i» *aie in all leading furnUhiug. clothing and dry go*aia house* in Dunkirk. Iv K. T4MIMKY, } .    CM    and CW Lion sire#!, healer in Flour, heed, alt, Haled Hay, I'h.m-<,«lia ti**, etc.    ...    .  __ Kntabli*hed, lfJT. (.HIK MOT KL and tuning Sa hum, Union IU Depot. Ka*y acce** to ail train* and bu*-meaa bourns*. Rest accommodation* for Coin* nereial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. K ' III.Lits Ai CO., *J7 aud SW K. Third street. Kine Furniture, Ca lh net Ware and U|e •outer mg. Picture Flame* made lo order. JU D. MATT Cst IN St CO.. r . .WI Central Ave., Leader* of Kantlion bud Gentlemen Outfitter* j J A HK! I NTC.AM HK Al ING IXL ann fart urer*of Steam ll«»nliiig Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a kpeeialty. OhF MTK AM I.Al) N IHC V. .4 Our apeciattios:    Kine    Shirt*,    lo#-; < oilar*. Ic; Cuff*, Ic, and lame Curtain*. Free Deli* ^ry. A VV. Cum mini/, **7 Center *tr«*et. ii.1 IC OKU VI. K. Third *C, ear. of Buffalo Manuf.attirer and dealer in l ine Hoot* A Shoe* * | BN Kl' Wr.lLKK’N NKW STO UK, |.i{ K. ll Third »t.    |ba»k*,    stationer},    NuhcjU    In- «u anicut*,Magazine*,Daily aud Weekly Pa pars Aud cverylhirg perlataiug to a bret cia** luw.k iiiiro mc boo. ikwki a apocialtv** J nil PUI STI nu o< every description and at lima-t living rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 aud Kl K. Second SC I ll. VAN III' (KPN Si *m)N, Fire Life, (I Accident and General In Mir ae,* Dealer* in Ural (UUU* and laMtu*. Par,ieular attention paid to Hie care of property collect-i ng rent* so. 21'.* <Vnt«*r *C. iud floor. YJ ON HOR’S PH AUM AC V, .WO Central Avenue Headquarter* for W all Piper Pa.ut , Oil*. Ae. I- > KUH INN, J. W.. .•ny center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Harne*a.Na*t 'lo*, Bridle*, I ollar*. Trunks,W hp#-, H-iffal** Holier, florae Cover* Glove* Mitten* and (Heigh Rot.**. Iv NC HOI. TKA, .    17    Fast Third street, Ka-aion* hic Tai bur. Gentlemen will (Iud it to their udvattlag. lo Calion me l»*fore purchaMiig eire* where. I > H. CARV St 4 «».. | .    AIS Lion street. General Hardware,White l.c.ul.OiD,Painter's Supplies, till t loth*, Ural. Ie Ware. V sqieeial-tv - >f Sb**rnrit» William* Pa."I an I Monroe rang<. ULI NG. such as blank-1*-ioka, ledger*, and all kind*of blank* done at Dunkirk Piin’ing Company, 8 and lb It. Herein#! M. It ll I DOI.PII VIOLDKNH ti Kit, Cor. rhtnl aud Buffalo St*., Dealer in Granite, Marl Ie. r aggmx and HuiHliug Spine. Call oft me ie fore buying your side- walk II I NI.BV A CO.. h    7    and 9 Fast Front -lieet. Whisky, Wuk*, lira Bdl**. General Liquor Store for Ka mly Cm. IiOHKBT VI K VV. V    Lion »tro*’t, uoar the -Iepot. Hoarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable SUtlibiig by ’.he day or week on reat-m.abl# terms. sam J. till »rn.iv Cm \ - i | ^ rial! -». • o i,era! Insurance an i Ileal I-stat# A*eac Fire, Life, Ae. ole ut, and Live Stoek Insurant*’. Prompt attention giysa Ut buying and setting Heal Kslate Kiev* second. C**f H«*l third: time, 51:17. Hlrth rat***, the abort sterile‘baar course: Pat tinkle}' first. Kiiltirney ms oad. Tarquiii thir»l; time, B ‘JU. »■* C. .ION tCB, I ,    75 F. Third sc. cor lim. KxecUioi Meat Market. Fresh, salt an Suoiktsi Meat*. I^tei, Sausagm, Oyster* an-Poultry. iy ATV MKN, JI.WrLKl, *t. •|lii) the Amora Railroad VI au h. ’ Itepairing a sjiecialt}'. Frank I. stapf, HS K, TtiiDl *C A y vt. MOCKK.lv, Merchant Tailor, tin central Avenue $oOO REWARD! WF will pay the alaive re a ani for any tan o Liver loin plaint, Dy*i*ep»»a, Sick Hea<la< he • ..dige-uoa,    rn* ti I int ion    or CiwUveneaa at canuoi cure with West’* Vegetable Liver Pill*, when the direcuoi * arc strictly complied with. Ti ley are purely Vegetable, and never fail U gtv«* aa list ac turn sugar Coated. Large boxer, containing 'kl Pill*. 25 .-cut*. Beware of ooun-terfeit*. aud mutation*. The genuine maim-fa» ure«l only bv .IvHIN C. W Fs T A CO. svdd bv WUNROW’* Pl! AUM acy. I) , kirk, N. \ , All the Laie* tv. ll 4 on teated and the Hr# <>rd for I our <»nre«l 4Hg* I* Hr«iken. Hilly I Ire n nan Die* from Injuries Herr I» til in His Ile. rut F*glii With Kl auk t.lrard —Hares at Monmouth, C'hlrngo ami Itrlgliton Uracil. Pint\DFiJTflA. July S.—Everything wan fnrorable f#ir k«kmJ iioat racing yesterday, with the exception of an occasional rain shower, which however, did not mar the pleasure of the day nor caufle the water of the Schuylkill river to lone any of its smoothnem. Thousands of jieople lined tile siiore to wit ne** the annual cup ami People*’ regatta, which th held every Fourth of July in this eity under the attapicea of tile Schuylkill navy, over the National courne, from Fall* Bridge to Knckdand. 1’ii * different races were w’ell contented, and <me record wa* broken. <*omi»ara-tively few collision* occurred, only one In fact, and the course, notwithstanding many craft of every description lined the shore and frequently crowed the |>athsof the racer* wan kept pretty clear. The day’* rare* were final le at*-, 1^ mile*. The flr-t race wa* the senior single*,*with John S. Parke Verier ll. C.; O. J. Steven*, New York A. C’.; K. J. Carney, Imtitat* TF C., Newark ami F. K. Bait*. Fairmount B.C., Philadelphia. This was won by Carney in lf minute* ami HiH| second* with Ba It a necoud in ll.db ami i^arke third in 11.7/1. The second rare was the junior singles, with George Yan Vleit, Vesj**r B. C., Philadelphia; John S# Idle, Union B. C., New York; P. J. Wall, A. V. 8. S., PhiUr delplda, aud M. J. Carney, Institute B. C., Newark, im ooh tea tan ta. Wall did not start until the rest of the rarer* hail two float length* upou him, when he Mpurted p*Kingly, but the |»a<*e wa* too hot for him. \ mu Vleit had a walkover and won easily, but be pa*.***! tlmnigh Schlle’* flag* at the bali' mile and SchUe protented, aud it was decided Iii Schile’* favor, and a* he tv as second the race wa* avvanle<l to him. Van Vleit V time wan    Schile'* time, f#:50, and WmII'n time, 10/JU. Four-oared gig* were next. They were the Triton of Newark, Ves|H*r of Philadelphia. Ravenswood of l*>ng Island City and Union of New York. This wa* a splendid race, aud after a struggle wa* won by the Ravenswood team in 8:93^, with Triton second iu 8:!ki'$f and Vesper third in 8:4.%. The time made by each the Ravenswood and Triton breaks the record, held Tty the Iona B. C. of this city, who dill it in 8:40. The four oared shells vv as won by the Nonpareil ll. C. .O' New York iu SC HI; N. Y. A. V. se# ond in IO minutes. The other ironies anta were Alcyon B. IX of Kli*a-beth, N, J. ’tnd the College B. C. of Philadelphia. Tile double scull shell was won by the New Yorks in U minute*, with Trit»»n -••coml in IfciKU* nini I he Crescenta third in 1*:UT». The Farragut* <if Chicago al*#» st art e«i. Out *of the five entries in the four-oared shells bul two were in tine when the word Mj_o" wits given. They were the Triton aud Nonpareil tennis. The Nonpareil* looked a winner, tint at the half-mile Hag fouled with a row binit, doing no damage but losing two strokes, which gave the Triton team the lead aud the race. Time s:4t|) . Nonpareil’* time was IMW. The junior eiuht Hared shells wen* next, amt they made a magnificent appearance as they formed int<i Hue aud got off at the word. 'I'he starter* were Triton ii. C., Waiter ii. C., Fairmount B. C., Amerioa ii. C. of I Mi i la# Icdphin and Staten Island Ii C, of New York. The Units kept well apart and pr«*tty even until near the end. when the Fair mount team forget! ahead and came in first in w:41, with the Staten Island* —cond in s p;, ami Vesper third in 8:48. The s< iii >r eight-oared shell* wa* th* la-t race, and their appearance wa* iden-tieaily that of the juniors. The starter* were: I* is-%alc Ii C, of Newark, CoIunif»ia A. A of Washington, New York A. I’, of New Y«irk. Fairmount Ii. V. of Philadelphia, ami College Ii. C. of Phila#lelphia. This race wa* the lies! of all, and was won by the College crew in 7:58, with the Fair-tnounts second in 8:0* ami the New’ Yorks third iii 8:12.    _    _ Uh* cs Mf Monmouth Park. NKW Your, July A—Th© rates at Monmouth park yesterday resulted as follows: First rate, 8 furlongs: Volunteer first, Viol ante second, Punster, Jr., t hint; time, 1:17. Second rate, 1 mile: Reporter Unit, Sluggard second (two stager*#; time, 1:47^. Thirti rate, 8 furlongs, the Independents stake-: Oraguese first, Reckon setond, iMcknicker tbird; time, UI.V4'. Fourth rate. Fourth of July handicap, I mile: Defaulter first. Fitr.jatne* second, Kurus third; time, 1:42. Fifth race, the Ocean stake*. miles: Tennv walketl over. Sixth rate, I , miles: Uric first. Tristan second. Philosophy third; time. 2:21*. Sc rent Ii rate, K mile: Buruside first, Vevay s.*<intl. Flitter thirti; time, I...lith rate, I mile: Now or-Never first, K-tpiimau second. Sentiment thirti; tings, I    _ 4 bi# .ago Hate*. UUP Ado. July 5. First ra# e yesterday, *\ milt:    Virgin iir*»t, Mirrsbeau secoutl, Mat i« I ta t bird; time, i:tC>. N '<hk1 rate, Ik mile*: Civil B. first, Chun liill Clark •ecoud, At tic us third; time, 1:5H. Thinl rate, I mile: Harry Weldon first, I Sit Sluedy second, Chilhowie thinl; time, I Ga1,. Fourth rate, th** Sheridan stakes, for $-year old*: Santiago th st, Uncle Bob second, Bell Kingsbury tiiini; time. 2:12V^. Fifth rate, 14 mile iieats:    First heat— Al Farrow Iii—f. Vidette seetmd, bittie S. third; time. 1:174. Seca tnd heat-row first. Duke tif Highlands Vidette thirti; time. 1:111 Sixth race, I miie: Martin Russell first, Cashier seeoud. Flyaway thinl; time I -Uh-    __ Trotting at Tom*** anda. Toicawakda, N. Y., July 5.—Yeateniay was the last flay of the I .ake Urie circuit races ami a got*l crowd wa* ti at tem lance. Summaries, Local clans, ’or a purse of f'JiU Gladstone............................I    I    I lavdv K........  3    3 M#iily Garfield .......................2    4    * A ti ii ie M . ........................3    2    ti I Time 2::r4. *: RJf, &37H. ' One-mile rn 1 ami rejeat, purse USQ. Mint Cloy..............................  .I    I Indian Boy....  .....   -2    2 ; Brandy  .......  3    I Time-IAIV4 h-VP^. *2.27 pat jug < la**, purse |T«0(). Fred  ................. , Heury ll  ...................... I La. n Hoycr  ............... Wardell............................ Ti toe 2Jti'4,    2    :.»■ *. i 2:18 trotting cia**, pumelSUO. J. I*. Richantson........  3 I Jan to. ..............  ..I ; Boyd Ho::nee..............  4 Henrietta .,.,.........,,.......,.2 Time 22T4, 2:34*4,**: ^. A 3 4 .1 I I t 4 2 .3 « % 3 I I I 4 3 4 3 S 2 4 4 3 C’lose of Aubfirii’s Tr#»tti*ig Kt-ftlnj. Aunt KS, N. V., July S.—Yeatcrday wa* the last flay of the July meeting of the Central New York Trotting a**#* Mi inn in this city. The weather wa* fine and the track very fast. First ntr^, *2:24pacers: KingToeka fir-t, Little Willie im coml. Lucy B. third; I lest time, 2:T>1£ 2:.*H class, trott«*r*: Aleck B. first. Grace <*#ithHr«i second, Hoi Duke thinl; be»t lime, 2:33 V. 4 tuiMJiaiion race for trtitter*:    Buce phalus first. Rosa Got bani nectKid, Alkali third; liest time, 2:3ltJ4- Hilly 111#-n na ii, Hie Pugilist, Demi. Chicago, July ft.—Hilly Brennan, the pugilist, whti wa* *t> seriously injttred Thumday night in a fight with Frank Girard, died at 4 o'clock yesterday mum-! ing at Battery D. His death wa* the re-*ult of cr>nrti**ion of the brain, caused by a heavy fall in the last round of the fight. Shortly after midnight the police arrested “Reddy” Gallagher, the referee of the fight, and Paddy ('anoil and Jack Mc-j Inertly, the second*. Brennan wa* a native of Brooklyn, where his father am! I a sister reside. He wa* about 21 years old, * ami was to have left Thursday night for | Buffalo to get ready for a fin lab fight with Jack Hanley. THE BASEBALL FIELD. ! Patron* of the Game Kurni*hed a Double Treat Yesterday. New Yolk, July 5.—Following I* a summary of the morning games played yesterday by the Brotherhood, Nati«»nnl league : ami American association: At Host«m Rttloil 4. Huff alo fr, five inning*; called on R#‘<-ount of the l<«d tondition of the ground*. At l*itt-burg Pittsburg 4, Brooklyn &. At Clev’ektud -Cleveland 8, Pbjlad# Iphia 7. At t hicago -4 iii# ago ii, New \’#»rk I. At Pittsburg Pittsburg IU. Brooklyn ll. Ai ('in# inn.tii --Cincinnati2, PUilaaiclphia ll. At CM#'' fiats! (Meveland IX New York 7. At Cbic.ir* Chit . t o I. Host#ai 12. At 1‘iiiht! Ijibla Athletic* #. Columbus I. At I oui >il|e K#s*1h—ter I, Dullsville ft. At Ni. ijotiis st. Gull*!, Hnsikiyn 3. At f uitstlo T«>ie#lo 3, N> ra#*use 4. Afternoon fiaiue*. pi.Avrns* i.KAuca. At Hoston - Boston...............I    a ti 002003— a Itll (Ta lo...............0    ti    o    2    o    o    4    0    I— T H#im‘ lilts ll.-Ion H. Buffalo Ut. Frr#it» It# s.!., n s, Butt al## I. Batti'rles I la ley anti Murphy; Haddock and Mat k. Urn price .Matthews and Leach. At I’ittstiurg--Piltsbtirg .........0    0    1    0    0    0    3    0    f—9 Hr#s»klyn  I    0    3    o    o    I    n    0    0— 5 Hast* bits Pittsburg 12, Brooklyn ll. Krrurs Pitt-burg hi, Hnsikiyn 5. Batteries Teller aud Carroll; \V#-> bing and Kin-low. lTmpire* Gaffney and Sheridan. At Cleveland — Cleveland............0    02    0    00    I    0    3— « l*liiladelt>hia. .......0    0    0    2    0    *    2    5    *—15 Ha*#- hit* 4’leveland Hit Phila#le|phia 13. Krror* t levelaml 8, l*tida#i#*iphia 3. Batteries Bakie)’ and Hutrlide; Sanders ami .Milligan. Umpires Knight aud Jones. At Chic*go- .....  0    0    0    0    I    0    I    0    2— 4 New York  .....0    0 I IOO ti 0 0—2 Bae#- bit- 4 hirago 9, N«»w ^'ork H. Km irs Chicago 7, New Y#»rk 4. Patt**ries I in Id a in and Farrell; O’Day and Kwi.ig. I ii i pi rev Ferguson and Roilier!. M ATU IS At. I.IC AUCK. At Pittsburg Pili.-i,arg..  .........I    00000    0    20-3 BrtHikl)n....,.......I    0    I    2    0    ti    I)    I    *—5 Bae lilts Pittshui g 7, Brook I JU 7. Error-! - Pittsburg X Rmoklyn I. Butteries Bowman and Decker: Terry and Clark. I inpi re Busboug. At Cill# iniiati-- Cincinnati ..........0    0    2    1    0    2    1    I    *— 7 Pliiladeliihia........0    0    ti    I    0    0    0.    ti    0—1 Pas#- hits- Cincinnati 12. I*hilatlelphia 4. Errors 4'iu« iuna.i I. I “Iii la.!, iphia 3. Pa*tcries Hhities an#1 Harrington; Vickery aiel 4 ’lenient*. Umpire lowers. At Cleveland— Cleveland.........*    OOO0OOOOO— 2 New York.........I    o ti o u (loot 1—3 Base hits Cleveland 4, N» a Y«»rk 3. F.rr#»rs 4'leveland X New York I. Batterie* Wadsworth ami dimmer; Burkett and Clark. Umpire Mc4Juui#L At Chicago— Chi#-ago..............0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0— 8 lVwton...............4» 0 3 41 0 2 U 0 U- 5 Bi.*e hits 4 hieago 8. it# jet on 5. Krmn* 43iieagt< 9. B>~:on 4. Batteries Hutchinson and Kittrc#lgt-, t lark-s#i|i and iiennett. Umpire -Lynch. AM&Klf'AH Ass# WI ATIOK. At 18dhAtielp!iia - Athletic.............I    I    41    0    0    J    5    0    1—9 C#ilu»»bu«............41    0    4    0    1    2    0    0    0—7 Ba -e hits Ct j I a iu nu- U, Athletic A Errors Col run bu* 3, Athletic 7. Bait# ri<*s S# ward and fiobittMMi; Chamberlain ami I Xii Ie. Umpire Toole. At lamiftvilIWAI Far- ! Lou is Ville...........2    0    I    I    2    ll    0    0    *—8 second,    Rochester...........ti    o    ti    n    a    o    2    0    0— 2 B**e bits Lnt!**Ville Bl, Rnr' fstcr (k Kmirs—Louisville 4, Htv-henier 3. Hatteri#** Khn-t and ii) an: Barr and McGuire. Umpire - Doewcher. At bt. Louis— Wt. Ixini*.,...... Bnsiklyn...............ti Game forfeited to St. fusing to play. Batteries Stiv«tt* arni Wall*; Daily and Toy. I’m pi re—Kerin«. 0 0 ] 0 0 1 I XU I is. I I I I- ft 0005—6 Brin,kiln re pliers at llrigbton (leach. New \»#kk, July ft—The racing at Brighton Beach yesterday resulted as follow*:    First race, • mile: Kern pie filly tir-t. talcky Clover second, Sinaloa colt third: lime, 1:07. Sta'omi rats*, mile:    Kanesville first, Rover second, Garrison third; time, l:34k(.    ; Ai Toledo - Thin! race, I mile: Tanner first, Ballston Toledo...............I 0 0 0 1 0 1 second. Gendarme bird;    time, 1:47V    |    ®Tra.-............6 » I O O 0 .    •,    ,,    ,,    m .    I    Base ults I olealo lo. Syracuse 7. Fourth race.    h    mile:    lordham    tirst,    !    Km>1> Toh lo’. >> .•*# u^i ti. Diublii secoutl,    I »s must it    k filial,    time,    1    Hattert#* Siuitl, aud Sjtge;    Morriion and I -AO1 j.    j    O’Honrke. Filth race, I1*    miles:    Darling    first.    Umpire Peop!««. I v't TSS* T ar ”3 A‘rmmanfi I'ii£p * •. I * "js : t -I'IjJ lf* wa.*? s Made aly by GEO. A. MACBETH 5 HIK Gi.Diiioi s Forum IMMENSE GATHERING OF TAMMANY SACHEMS IN NEW YORK. t- ft 5-12 AN FINT HI NIANTIC AS/FM BLA44K. kong* by I be Tam in any 4ileo Club aud Sprrrhs* by Sri cr a1 Prominent Men. latter* of Regret Beati from Fix-President CleAelanil anti Governor ll IIL How the Day Wa* Celebrated I-I sell here Fat a1 Aeeltleiit at Auburn. New Yore, July 5—Tho Society of Tamtnany celebrated the 114th autiive^-ary of American independent*# in their hall on Fourteenth street yeaterday. The hall was profusely decorate#! with the national color* anti the Iait mer of Tammany hung high alcove the stage, flanked by the coat of arms of the state mid city of New York. The building was crowded arith an enthusiast ic aaae ut binge who roundly applauded the patriotic music of Bayne* Sixty ninth Regiment balut. Among the prominent member* of the stalely present were Mnyttr Grant, Richard Crokcr, Recorder Smyth, John I). Newman, Abram B. Tappan and others. Among the guests were:    Gov. Riggs of Delaware, Congressmen Springer of Illinois, Cam th and W. C. Rreckeilridge of Kentucky, W. S. Holman tif Indiana, McAdoo of New Jersey, Wilkinson of Ixiuisiana. McMillan of Tenueeaee, Allen of Mississippi, Spiiuda. Mid 'art by, < ’urn ming*. Dunphy, Turner and Fitch of New York, Mayor Cleveland of Jersey City, aud ninny more. tiraiul Sachet!! Tappan ma#le a brief address of welcome and the Tammany Glee club sang “Hail to Our Beautiful Ixuid.” The Declaration t»f In«lejM*ndence wa* \ *a#l by I»t urge II. McClellan, non of the I *t ingiiishctl general, w ho was received with hearty applause. The first of the “long talks” was given by the Hon. William B. Bynum of Indiana, who fiercely at tacked Speaker Ree«l, saying that for month J the |*ople bad wit Dowsed the presiding officer of the house of representative* trampling upon the rights of the people, overriding the principle* of the const it ut ion to rob constituencies of their right of representation, etc. Hon. CharlesCri*pof Georgia and others followed. lad ter* of regret were received and rent! by Secretary Mc4iol«lerlck. Arming them w*ere letters from Governor Pennoyer of Oregon, Governor Fleming of Wee! Virginia. Senator* Cock rill, Blackburn, Turpi#*. Vance, <Jil*.ou, McPherson, Pasco, Carlisle and Payne; also from Congressmen Vatix, Earwig and Chtpman, Tr*#as-urvr Danforth aud Comptroller Wemple of the state of New York, and from many other di*tinguished and well-known men. The following Kiter of regret from Grover Cleveland was read: MARKIN, Ma**., July I, tsyo. Hon. Abram Ii. Tappan,’Grand Sacham: Dear Sin My al sent* from the city of New York and plans which I have already made prevent my acceptance of the courteous invitation which I have received, to attend (he celebration by the Ta to many •ociety of the one hundred and fourteenth anniversary of American independence. The celebration contemplated by your ancient aud time humored organization will, it seems to mc, fall short in the impressions due to the occasion, if it d#*1* licit (MM sisteutly present and emphasise the idea that the Decl*rHtion of Independence was the protest of honest and sturdy men against the wrongs and oppression* of in Iago vert! men t. The reasons and justification for their revolt are exhibited in their recital of a long list of grievous instance* of rn al-ttd ministration. They complained that their interests had been no neglected, amt their right* as lawful subjects so violated under British rule that they were absolved from further fealt y. (lur father* in establishing a new government upon the will of the people and consecrated to their care and just protec lion, could not prescribe limitation* which would deny political parties it* conduct and administration. The opportunitie* and the temptation* thus necessarily pre seated to partisanship have brought us to a time when party control is far too arrogant anil bitter, and. when in public place, the true interests of the country are too lightly considered. Iu this predicament thane who love their country may well remember with comfort aud satisfaction on Independence Day that the di*i*isiti >n of the American js-fple to revolt against nial a lioHiistration still remains to them. and is tile I Midge of their freedom aud imlejieiidence, as well a* their security for continued pr# sperity ami happiness. They will not revolt against their plan of government, for its protection and pmervHtion supply every inspiratiou of trite Americanism. But I ieee use they are free ami iudepemlent American citizens they will, as long as their love and veneration for their government shall last, revolt against the domination of any political party which, entrusted with (tower, sordidly s#*#-ks only it* cont in urns*, him] which, faithlessly violating it* plain ami simple duty to tile jieople, insults them with profession* of disinterested solicitude, while it eat* out their gulfed alice. And yet, with all till*, we should not in blind security deny tin* existence of danger. Toe masses of our countrymen are brave, and therefore generous; they are strong, an I therefore ctmfldeut, ami they are homwt, and therefore unsuspecting. Our jH-ril lies in the «*a*»- with which they may lie #lelnded and cajoled by those who would traffic with their interests. No occasion is more opjnirt! ne than the celebration of the one hundred and fourteenth anniversary of Amene; ii independence to warn the American j*e#»p!e of tile present necessity onibcirpart of a vigilant watchfulness of their rights and a jealous exaction of honest and unselfish performance (lf public duty. Your* very truly, GimvF.it Cleveland. A letter of regret from Governor Hill was also read, in which he fiwelt upon the peril to American institutions from Re publican control. Following i* Governor Hill’s letter of regret: Gentlemen—Upon my return from the West, where I have lieen to j»ay my respects to that true Democrat whom we all honor. Thomas A. Hendricks, I find your invitation to attend the celebration of the Tammany Hall soviet>’ in columella)! ntiou of the .'14th anniversary of American independents*, ami I am extremely sorry that previous to my departure I had mad# another engage-laeut for the Fourth of July. The Tammany s#H »ety is entitled to and will receive the praise of all true Anieri-ohiw in ituntiring effort* made manifest every Fourth of July to keep alive the spirit and memory of that day which •corked the enunciation of our Declaration of Independence. That day ami the day which saw the establishment of the American constitution are the most noteworthy of our history. The one tnarke I the alistract declaration of Anuric.in principles, the other the print ai application of the principle* in a writ(#*n form of governuieit. The two production* whh h those days brought forth ought to be the most revere#* documents iii history. This anniversary w ill lie #K*ar to friends of human lils-rty in every land, but the observation of it ought never to be ignored by genuine Americans This celebration ought to lie more than usually serious. It ought to represent a reconsideration of the jieople to the jirinciple* ii lion which their government wa* founded. The I ie ginning of the second century of our federal existence ha* witnessed a strange deparfure from those principles I he {Milty in control of the government is exhibiting in its executive ami legislative branches a dangerous tendency toward usurpation and centralisation of (lower, ul tu ilia ting thus far iu the passage by b#* house of representative* of an eKs-tlou all. which a large jrnrt of the jieople have •villi justice ami proj»riety emjihatically fenounced as subversive of jKipular rights intl revolutionary in pur[»o*e and effect. Should such legislation continue unre-buke#l our constitution will leconie blank pajier and our country will need a new declaration of independence. I am sure that in the celebration which the Tammany-<* iety has arranged for the anniversary the effort will not lie *jiare#l to arouse the jieople to a sense of the {angers which threaten iu this wide #le-jiartiire from the simple form of government plan ne# I by our f#>refathers, ami to rebuke the selfish aud tyrannical jiartisau-diip which, to satisfy it* own gre#*#l, is willing not only to sacrifice the peace and jirosjM-rity <if the jieople, but to jiervert the charter of our interties. Tammany Hall will but echo th** liest sentiment of the country when it appeal* to the jiatri-ttic instincts of men <if all {tarries to jpjmse those tendencies towards centralisation ami governmental favoritism. It is -to organisation with an illustrious history. Its influence is powerful aud farreaching. It is an imjxirtant factor in our American civilization. It stretches out a protecting arni over the poor who come to our laud from distant diore-, ami inst meta them in the duties if American cit i/eiisbiji. It has lieeu a 4 cad fast friend of manho#id suffrage, aud tins vigorously ojijMise<l every attern (it, no •natter how <-nrefu]ly concealed tir how tngeui«m*ly devised, to disfranchise a bingle hilliest voter, humble ami unlettered though he may lie. It has bravely stood for individual lilierty, l«*eal self-government, the right of tim states, equal jirivileg#** for all ami an economical id rn in ist rat iou of juridic affairs. With such trad it ion .4 It should lie the first to strike a warning note and lend its energy igain to Nturt strict adherence rn the fundamental principles of our constitution. Its voice w ill lie hear#! and beetled. Its example will lie an inspiration to thousand* of men all over the country who rejoice to «*all themselves Democrats, be-catts#* Democracy represents to them trite American ideas. In employing this glo lions anniversary to urge resistance and rebuke to any encroachment upon or surrender of ti io-e i«ieas, and to revive devotion t<» Jeffersonian princijdes, the Tammany society will lie rendering a beneficient aud jiatriotic* service worthy of grat«-ful remembrance in the minds of the jieople. Your fellow citizen, David B. Hill. Governor Bigg* of Delaware and (Am-gressmen Sjiringer of Illinois, Caroth of Kentucky, McMillan of Tennessee, Wilkerson of Ixiuisiana. Allen of Missis*!jijii. Kerr of Pennsylvania, Knloe of Tennessee, Yoder of Ohio and Mansur of Mississijipi *1*0 spoke. A collation wa* then serve#! and the exercise* conclude#!. BUSINESS SUSPENDED IN NEW YORK. li«itliMiiiitf** Hi#- Ttiem«elve* to the s#>«-nhtire and Cither Itoliilay Besort*. New York, July 5.—Yesterday the 114th uiniversary of the American Declaration if Imlejieiidence was celebrated in the justoiuhry manner. At sunrise the na tional flags were hoisted over the various f#>rt - amid the lamming of cantion and a salvo from the few war ships in the har-lior. AII business was entirely *iisja>nde#l and the municipal, pit Ll ic buildings aud many of th*' private dwellings were gaily #lecorated with flags aud bunting. The morning set iu with a drizzling rain which somewhat damjieiied the ardor of “the small liny,” but towards 9 o’clock the rain cca-cd and tlit* weather remaine#! fine though somewhat warm anti close. Towards noon the sun broke out and every sjijieanince of a fine afternoon cheered the hearts of the many jilesstire seekers who were awaiting the outlook f»>r a jilcasant day. All steamboats and trains to the various seaside and inland holiday resorls were crowded to their utmost capacity. At th#- hulls of the various citril* ami so# it-*i»** patriotic speeches were ma#Ic and nuti< u ! must*’discoursed to enthusiastic audience*, and the day wa* generally observed as a (int riot ic national holiday. No# el fptfhrntleii in ('#tiiiie«-t l«-ut. New Putnam. Conn., July 5.—The annual celebration of the day at Mr. Henry t\ B#i\ven*s country seat at Wo#xt-stock ycstenlay was well attended. This was the twentieth anniversary of Mr. Bowen’* establishment of this met Im#I of observing t he Foil rf h. A feature of the day’* exercts * not introdueetl in previous years, we* the gathering tog<*tiier «if large nntn”ef * of Munday s#-h#*il children from this place tittd numerous other towns in (’onnrcticut, Ma- u husetts an<l Rhode Island. The pro nim wa* accordingly mndifie#! to include entertainment and j» t riot ic instruction for both young and oh!. Ila#l Until Hand* Blown Off. At BURN, N. V.,July ft.—Thomas Ditton, a harness maker, ha#! l*ith hands blow n off au«i was otherwise injured last evening by a premature discharge of a cannon. He aud three comrades were firing a salute in honor of Corporal Tanner. The man «.t the vent was careless, and the gun being bot, igiiite«| the pow#!er. Ditton was in the act <if ramming the charge home. It is believed the man will die. Bro «* #•(!vc I*e#iplc*s I’alac#* in New V#irk. Nev \ a;K, July ft.—Corn lius Vanderbilt * lid his mother are al*»ut to build a I* ojil# 'n palace in Forty-#* 5 nil st reel, near Third awm.>•. it xx iii I** nuslelle#! ujion the institution boating that name in Ixm-don and will cost . fin ‘Fin. It will contain departments tor techuical au<i iuilustrial F iucatlon. mission schools, KkkI and shelltr, gymnastics, libraries, etc. The endowment will J india bl y la* Hilled toby the Vanderbilt* aud4heir friends a* tim© goes on. FROM FOREIGN SHORES. AMERICANS CELE BRATE THE FOURTH IN LONDON. \ GRAND rilON’OGKAril I It I ’. PT ll IN. East Fat der* AN ill Test the law Bcgulat-»*is #ir I’roh(tilting I’nhlle Meeting* In the Park*—Bustian 41tli«'l.»l» I lait glia ut liver the t.ve#-ut Ion ti ti nj. 1’aiiitr.a. I.«ir<l Dunlo’* Diioree Suit F'«»rnl*he* * Bare Treat for Seimatton IHI linger*. Lis*HON, July ft. rile ani'tversary of American Indejiendence wa*celebrated by Americana in Ixmdoti with th»* usual enthusiasm. W’r. VV. ll. White, first ■'C#-re-tary of the United States legation, entertained a nu in lier of American guests at limner, where the customary patriotic toasts ami speeches were indulge#! in. and in many other way* the prominent America Ms residing or sojourning here esjieciall) observe#! the #lay. ('#*1. 44our: ami - “K* Ii son” house in the West Lnd wa* literally covered with American ant! Kngiish flag*, and the stars and stripes flew from many other house* in various jiarisot the #ity from aunriseuutil sunset. col. not laud’h rim SOO RA PH RECEPTION. The feature of ('oh Gourami’* cslebra bret iou of the «lay was a |dionograjih re-cejition, at which there were a large tiuinlier of guests, mostly American. The programme cou*i*ted of phonographic recitation*, including the Declaration of In Upend# nee. messages froui President Harrison, Gen. Sherman, Postmaster (ietti-ral Wan miak**r, Senator Kvart* ami others, and musical select ions comprising the national airs of America. Dispatch#-* from Paris, Berlin and Vienna state that the day was olwrvusi at the resjiective American legations in the usual manner. EAST ENDERS WILL PARADE TO-DAX. In order to test the law regulating or prohibiting public meetings in the jiarks, t housands of Rant Fuller* will march in several processions to Hyde jiark to-#lay, where jircjiarations have lie#-n made to hoi#! a mass meeting. It Is (millable that the judice will interfere wit Ii the jiararh*rs, though no sjiecial or«lcr to that #*ffect ha/ lieen promulgated, ami in that ev.'nt the (imbibition will lie made the subject of jim t i in men tary disctissiou. RUSSIAN OFFICIALS INDIGNANT. The execution of Major Pa nit/.a ba* raisc#l a fel ling of indignation iu official circles in St. Petersburg that i* constantly increasing. The czar himself i* said to haveexpre«**e#l himself in regard to the matter in a way that augure ill for Prince Ferdinand's continuance ou the Bulgarian throne for any great length of time ami has exerted pressure upon the Comte de-l’aris, who is a nejihcw of Prince Ferdinands mot her, which has induced the Orleans Prince to write Ferdinand a letter. In this !«*tti'r the Conite lie Paris de Donnees the execution of Maj. Puiiitsa and scathingly criticise* the cowardly conduct of Ferdinand in the matter. Furthermore, he s:i\s that in view of the [nisition iii which Ferdinand has placed himself, lie i- con*, rained to refrain from inviting Princess Clementine to visit him as he b tu intended doiug. A RELATIONAL DIVORCE SUIT. I he divorce suit #if Is>r#i Dunlo against his wife, Belle Hilton, the music hall sin . r, was brought lo trial this week and tm* court room has lieen crowd©#! daily w.:i. > us., t ion mongers, to whom the raty details ol lh u-iiui .av ie a rare treat. An expb>si«iii iM-curred in a chemical factory at Kdrrsleh#-n, Germany, yt-ter-#lay, killing two men ami seriously injuring several Others. DEATH IN THE FLAMES. Th re#- Iii emeu Meet a Horrible Fate at A'IiIhikI. VVI*. Minneapolis, July ft.—A sjiecial dispatch from Ashland, WI*., to The Tribune sa>*: Three firemen met death yesterday IU the burning of the two thousand ton steamer Iron King ami a port ion of the Columbus and Hocking Coal company * «lo#-k. Four others were injure#!, one proljubly fatally. The deail at 3 o’clock were: Gkorok r. ANT4iK, a merchant tailor and secretary ot die city fire depart met# t, who leaves a \oyng widow and two jiretty ladies. ELIA* Hot i HELTZ, leaves a widow aud five young children. JA« k Pie■ deus, cannot live. He, too, was married. An unknown man jumjied thirty-five feel down ’lit#) a of flame and was ere mated in sight tif abu jieople w ho were powerless to help him. J. J. Moore may die. •The fire starte<l on the Iron King while discharging coal. All the bout's upper work and machinery were dent roved. Half a dozen firemen were holding a stream on the burning boat from a jdace on top of the coal dis k. The flames leajn-d from the Unit to an immense heap of blaek smiths coal directly mitier the firemen, ami a terrific exjdosion of c«iul gas followed. : !.#• men, hlindetl by flames, ran through ii like sheep aud jumjied all in a heap to the 'lock, forty f**et Indow, The money lo" i> about triad,UUU and the coal dock is still burning. A Minima Hexed fr«»tn Drowning. Burton, July 5. — Before flaw ti Thursday morning VV. I’. Walsh, jirojiriet#>r of the Hotel Irvington at Nantasket (leach, was told by tine of his emjiloy#** that a woman was i ry I tig to drown herself in front of the hotel. Mr. Walsh dresse#! in a moment and rii'lnsi to the beach, where lie f«mnd a woman jading out with the water almo't uji to ber neck. IL* uttemjif#«l to pull lier IwicK. but th#* woman, tieing much the stronger, resisted, and to free herself struck Mr. Walsh a blow in the fa#-e S#*eing that he «-otil#l not pull her tint tumid#-#!, he still clung t<» lier anti managed t.«> keeji her fr#>m moving into ti ce |i water until assistance arrived, when she was forced back to laml again and given inio the cu-t«Ml> «if a policeman. I be woman ih evidently insane*. 8he would not give lier name, but sal#! that she wauled to end her existence by drown ing-  ___ New Dirk state League Gaines. Morning games Utica 2.John»t##w n-<#lover*. vide. At Oneonta Cobleskill 8, Oneonta 12. Afternoon gnuies At Utica UtiyaX J'lkn*’ to* n-lriovcrsv!ile 4. Cobleskill LOneonta X IO innings. Ht eat ii sh Ip Arrieat* Ve»ter#tajr. New York, July 5. Arrived, steamer* Aller from I re Men, Ikevonia from Glasgow, procirla fn»ni Rio Janeiro, Carl Konow from Kara# oa. I-land from I ’#i(>eQhagaB; Paranensa from Para, Ciudad Condal fr#*m Cuban ports. EHXE STOKE Ladies fancy Flannelette l^lonst# Waists, only 48e. I#.idit*s fancy Cream Jersey Blouse Waists, only 50e. Lnlies fancy f ast Blaek .Ie racy Blouse \\aists, only 55c. I,allies- Fancy CtdorsJ^ine Flannelette Blouse Waists, $1.25 Ladies" Very fine Blouse Waists, only 75c. Ladies fancy f lambie! te Blouse Waists, only 55c. Boys' extra quality Flannelette Blouse Waists, only I St Haiti w4.HHI (. iixjiict ^ets, nicely painted, 4*iurLt lutlls and eight mallets, only l>5c. Best Mexican ll ani mottles, ln*avy braided elides, till! fourteen feet, worth $1.35, only One. Very strong Picnic and Lunch Baskets, 4>nl\ !>e., I Ic., I He. and 204’. Garden Sets—Hoe, Rake and Shovel, only 22c. Adjustable llammix k Ropes, 12^4*. each. All kinds Mosquito Fettinjf, only th*. Ladies’ li**st Summer (hirstds, only $1.1)0. ERIE STORE.    —5r- SPECl A L ANNOUNCEMENT OT41HD ART A < «!., Patent Attarnevs, 015 7tli UN st, \\ aslnngttin. Ii. 4 .opp I s. Iv*t#-ut < if-tifc Patent*, ( uveal* and Re Imtuc* *#M'ure<l I rad#1 Mark* r#‘gi*t#'rcd All Patent iiusine.s* eiindui'.ied for iiiiHieran' Eo#**.    I it for it) a ti on, Ailvice ami ttja'cial referent #*h Hem on reqiiert. $75 IHI to $2511.99 A    en    i-    ..i. wtaking ft»r us. Prr*oii!> pie-terred who t an furnish a borne aud Kivr their win Ie time to tile business. Spare moments, may tie profitably employed u!m». A tew valencies in towns and 11 ti es It. K. JOHNSON .v (ti., ,c*M Main St., Kalina aid, Va. THE ROSES ARE BLOSSOMING. - (1X4*- F.ST.% BI.IMH Kit IN IMAN. CQ*A.Xs I Ladies and gentlemen, you are all invited to call and ex* amine my stock and prices Orders taken now for next fall nr spring delivering of all kinds of nursery stock, Dutch bulbs, 4*te. Th. F. Vandermeulen, Cor. Fogie ami 7th Sis., Dunkirk, N. Y AT S. M. HAMILTON’S C’4)R EAKLE ANI! THIRD Sr., DUNKIRK   SHIPPER ANI) DEALER-- Anthra«’it* Coal. Briar Hill Coal, lilackHiinths Co Cannot Co* / Stoa rn Coal. Coke Foundry Facing. Woo«l, Hard, Wood, Soft I.mulier Shingl#*a, Pine Shingles, ifenilom Lath, Pine, l.ath. Hemlock. PostB, Red Cedar, Poets, 4 hcHtnuL. SalL 4Joa»a Salt, Fine, Salt, Dairy Lune, 4 'eiiK-nt, Eng.Cortland C> tie. Plaster Part* Marble Dual* I’laatering Hair Sewer Pi tie, Dram Til#-Chimney Tof»«» Chimney Pt|ie, Fire Brick, Fir#: Clay. PhoftphHUt*. I L n#f plaster J3f(Y QoOD^ a IND CaF(PET3. 4BAK.SELDRDS& ANDERSON AMERICAN BLOCK, 39l>>402 Main Str.-^t, buffalo, ---    .    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is:    “Second    t4> None.” Wo wish to ho spooikI to i»di»4‘ in your service. Try tis ami see. rr* Infer* taken by Telephone, No, 40, w«i*%SMOKY CHIMNEYS Sewer Pipe, CfliKfflop, tire Cia;, Steve Pipe, terra Sstta UwsVaiM Parni Sraic Tile, E. C. PERRY & CO.! r&.“ We liave the larg(J»t assort-ment of Patent Leather Shoes in jdain and light-colored toj>8, hand and machine we wet I.‘We carry a complete line of iN K L TLKTON’S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS" $3.00 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been offered to any trade. Come ami examine them for yourself and be convinced. We wisii tit imprest) upon our out of town friend*, in view of the proposed changes in the tariff aud the probable I ne re ane in the t-ost of nearly all kinds of dry good*, that I the month ot June will lie the month for them to shop. i’rice* were never lower than they are at * present in our store. Ii the proposed lit riff hill passe*, prices must go up. We are offering splendid bar gains in sateens and gingham* and Hummer wash fabric* of all kinds. I he balance of our spring stock j of cloak* are selling cheap. \Y e quote tilt; following bargains iii underwear: j Gentlemen's blue mixed shirts and drawers in medium weights, at hoc. per suit. Gentlemen’s Balbriggan underwear 50c. j»er suit. Gentlemen's blue angula shirts and drawers at 25c. eueh, 40c. good#. Ladies' Jersey vests as low as 10c. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vests with lac* trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vugh at 25c. [each. VV bite aud blaek lisle thread Jersey vests at 75c. each. Silk vents, all colors, 75c. each. • Linen prices will be considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, aud we are selling fine cloths, napkins, D'Oyleys, towels, etc., at rare bargains    - New styles in parasol*. New styles in gloves. New styles in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for {Carpets, Hugs, Draping and upholster!ng'/a’orics. Adam Meldrom ami Afldersoo, AMERICAN KLOCK, :iUii-402 MAIN STUKEL, BUFFALO. N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer anti Importer, MIS WAIN MT., Bl'FFA LO, ti. Y. DEALER IN Diamond**,    VV    rite    be* and Jewelry, Clocks ^Silverware, Leather Goods, etc KSU HA VI sn, GULI) <f HIL VK Ii PLA TIN A COMPLETE LINK OF SULLIVAN & SON, »    213    Centre    Street * JIO* MAIN STR KET, BUFFALO, N. Y.Go toMonroe’s for Curtains and Fixtures ;