Dunkirk Evening Observer, July 28, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 28, 1890, Dunkirk, New York XX DUNKIRK N. Y.. MONDAY. JULY 28, 1890. NO ri REPRESENTATIVE FBOM FOREIGN "ENDING HIS PAIN NAME. B USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULIMO MACHINE for ruling all kinds of to the latest addition in he Mechanical Department of DunkirklPrintlnitCompany. 4 UEXANlMEH'a Coal and Wood Yard. 799 A Central Arenae, opposite Nickel Plate All grades of Hard and Soil Coal. Lumber. and Lath. Free ieUvT Comepomlenoe for wholesale lota 11 B. anrroKD, IB and MS Central Are. D. Artistic Photographer Instantaneous Photographs of Babies a specialty. Sitters aeed not wait for sunshine except oables. for ItOOK 1KVI.1U, 13 prielor. No. 18 B. Second street, near Buf- falo street, Dunkirk. N. Y. Magazines, Mu- sic, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. II (THCBBrrS CHOCKBBV HOUSE, M8 Central Avenue. __21 Wholesale awl retail dealer in lo ported and lomesbc China. Glassware, Ac. 1HACTAUUGA HOTEL, Bales, II per day. LITOT and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Bider, S36 and 337 Linn street. 1IT CNKIKK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Formerly Sellevr ft Popple. Manufacturers ol Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Forginga Castings, and Machine Work to order. t xVNKIKK SHIRT CO., 206 and Wi LJ Center street. Manufacturers of tin and "Wunitirk" perfect llttiny Drew Shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing clothing and dry goods bouses in Dunkirk. I r. TOOMET, U 43t and Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feud. alt. Baled Hay, Phos etc. Established, 1877. HOTEL and Ulnmg Saloon, Union FJ Depot. Easy access to all trains and bus- iness Keat accommodations for Com- earcial Travelers. John J. Murphy, EHJ.BKS CO., 93 aod 99 E. Third street. fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- uolsterlug. Picture Frames muile to order. U. MATTESON CO., 001 Central Ave., ol Fasbion and Uentlemen On Hitlers AKKLI. MTKAM UKAT1NU CO., auulauturereol Steam Healing Apparatus SauilarY IMumbing a Specialty. L I UME STKAM LAUNUBI. Our specialties: Tine Shirts, lOc; ic; Cuffa, and Lace Curtains. Free Dehv- sry. A W. Center street. If R. WKHM. E. Third it., cor. at Buffalo Uanuiac.orer and dealer in Fine Boots it, Shoes II WEILKR'8 NEW STOKE, 103 E Third St. Books, Stationery, Musical In- anil Weekly Papers, everything pertaining to a first book store School Books a specialty. JOB PKISTINU of every description and ill lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 Second St. JH. VAN BVRKM A SON, Firo Life, Accident and General Insuraaoa. en in Real Estate and Loans. Farlicnlar attention paid to the cure ol collect- ing rents Ac. 219 Center St.. 2nd floor. M ONBOK'g PHARMACY, 300 Central AMnu Headquarters lor Wall Paper Paint Oils, Ac. PCRUSH. J. W., 208 Center street, Manalactnrer and dealer in Harness. Saddles Bridles, collars. Buffalo Robes Horse Covers Gloves Mittens and Sleigh O f 17 East Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. B. CART CO., SS3 Lion street General Hardware.White Lead.Oils Painter's Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special- ty olSherwiK Williams Paint and Monroe range R DUNO, such as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second SI RCDOl.rH MOLUKNHACEB, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sta., m Grauite, Marble. Flagging anc Building Stone. Gall on me before baying yoar aide-walk. RULKY CO., 7 and 9 Front street Whuky, Wines, Brandies. Liqnor Store lor Family Use. OOBKBT M'KAT. IV Lion street, near tde depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable by (be day or week on reasonable IN THE LOXDON STOCK EXCHANGB. iow South AVales. LONDON, July Earl of Jersey has been appointed governor of New South Wales._________________ A QUARREL ENDS FATALLY. John Filth .Shot and Killed by Joseph Stlllmaii, in California. FRESNO, Cal., July D. Fisk, a awyer and manager of the opera house lere, was shot and instantly killed by Joseph T. Stillman, uu inventor. The men met in frout of the Grand Cen- tral hotel and became involved in a quar- rel. Several blows were struck, aud then k turned and ran up ibe street, closely followed by Stillman. who carried a re- volver in his hand. As they ran Stillman fired three shots at the last shot atally wounding the Hieing man. Stillman was promptly arrested. Fisk WHS taken into a store where he died as soon ;u> he was laid in the floor. Stillmau claims that the shooting grew ut of an attempt of Fisk's to blackmail him. _________________ Koofern' Strike Ended, Br.oOKLYX, July roofers' strike n Brookh n, which has been in progress 'or a couple of months and which affected ibout men, was settled last night. The Roofers'union met and ratified the igreemeut of the joint committee settled upon Saturday. The men will go to work this moniMip. They will work nine hours :i day until Sejjt. 15, and after that date eight hours at the same wages for which they formerly worked ten hours. Killed by an Kxploslon. ST. Louis. July flue in the Tudor Iron Works of East St. Louis exploded at noon yesterday, killing one man and seriously wounding five others. The im- mense smoke-stack of the establishment fell with a terrific crash, completely wrecking the building. The accident would have been much more frightful in consequences had not most of the men been out of the building at the time. Oen. Jubal A. Early Replies to the Bceemt Attacks of Maj. J. H. Laey. LYNCHBURG, Va., July News prints a letter from Oen. Jubal A. Early replying to the recent strictures of Maj. J. H. Laey of Spottgylvania, which concludes as follows: "As to Laey's criticisms of my military career, and especially his reference to my Valley campaign, they are too contempti- ble to notice, and show his utter want of military acumen and correct information. "I am perfectly willing to abide the judgment of men correctly informed and duly qualified to form a correct opinion as to all my operations, especially in re- gard to the unequal contest in the Valley in 1864. His insinuations as to my being an habitual drunkard and a practical miscegenationist are but the falsification of an unprincipled and untruthful crank, ss he is known to be by those acquainted with him He says that he inherited 'lit- le nave an honorable name.' Noonewell- u formed us to his history can doubt the act that he failed to inherit a proper sense if honoraud a due regard for the truth. "As to the intimation of some newspaper that Lacey's tirade might a challenge from me to him for a I have only to say that according to iiy understanding of the so-called code of icnor, if he was a man worthy of such no- ice after I had pronounced him a liar and n slanderer in person as well as in my :ard, the UBid code does not entail on me he initHttve. "I regret having to intrude on thepublic ittention in this mariner, but the promi- leuce, given to Lacey's communication by he newspapers has rendered it, in my es- luiation, proper for ine to do so, and I rust that thu papers which have pub- ished his communication will have the iourtesy to publish this." Two Fatalities at Newark, N. J. NEWARK, N. J., July unknown man, supposed to be a tramp, was last nigbt run over by a train on the Pennsyl- vania road at Harrison and killed. Wil- liam Dixoti, aged 19 years, a son of Fore- man Dixon of the Mile Thread works was drowned yesterday while bathing in the Passaic river. The body has not been re- toverea. DARING JAIL DELIVERY. Four Prisoners Their Escape from a Vermont Prison. Vi., July most taring jail delivery committed in this ricluity for years occurred here Saturday light, when four desperate prisoners es- laped from Washington county jail by awing out the grating of a window. The nen were J. M. Weaver, aged 83 years, mprisoned for horse stealing; William rerikms of Barre, aged 38 years, commit- ed for attempted rape; James Hatborn of iVashington, aged 16, committed for high- way robbery, and Peter Amour of Barre, 29, committed for keeping a house of '11-fame. Weaver is a desperate character. He early killed the sheriff when the latter rrested him. When the jailers switched n the prisoners at 1 o'clock Saturday light all four were apparently asleep in heir cells, but it turns out that they lad placed dummies in their beds and vere probably concealed in the water closet. About midnight it was discovered hat the men weregone. Sheriff Atherton organized a search. At 5 o'clock yester- lay afternoon the pursuing party wired h.ul raptured Jenkins and Amour ut Hartford, Vt. Weaver was ar- re.sled early in the morning on a train at 'Xsex Junction, llarborn was arrested in .he afternoon at Richmond, Vt. Murdered by an Italian. NKW RotiiELLK, N. Y., July Patch- Bouchette, an Italian, shot and killed Francis C. Frank yesterday afternoon. Frank was married about seven months igo to a young Italian girl and Bouchette lad been inLttiiaied with Mrs Frank, for le. I'j the afternoon Bouchette went to Frank's house and advised Mrs, Flunk to leave her husband aud go and ive with him. Frank ordered Bouchette Hit of tlie house ami attempted to put iim out when Bouehrtte drew a revolver mil fired four sbc.ts- into Frank killing !iim instantly. Bouchette was A Noted Beauty ComiiiitH Suicide. WASHINGTON, PH., July May McCrnckeu, the flnughter of M. L. Mc- racken, a widely-known attorney, com- iitleii suicide Saturday eveninR'byshoot- ing herself the heart VVheu the family were at the tea table the young lady letired to her room, where the trag- edy occurred, to dress for the evening. Her friends fail to account for her rash act. Miss McCracken was noted for her beauty. A Broik for Freedom, ST. JosKl'll, Mo July sev- eral members of the Womans' Christian Temperance union were, leaving the jail yestfrtl.i} afternoon after perfoi'niiiiff ser- vic a desperate bur- jRcc-iiirwnieil t hem and stood in their midst.. When 1'ie front, door of the jail was opened Johnson made a desperate dash fur liberty and succeeded in escap- ing. He was shortly afterward recap- tured. _________________ Steamxliip Delayed by nn Accident. NKW Julj steamship Umbria, which in rived yesterday from Liverpool, delayed five hours off Shinnecock light In i he breakingof avalve rod on one of the c, tinders. Sheauchored while repairs weie being made. The steamship La Hoitrp'uue from Havre was detained at qnni mine all day on account of having a contusions disease aboard. The nature of the malady was not stated. To Nominate William McKlnley, Jr. MASSILI.ON, July date decided upon for holding I he mass convention of the Sixteenth district, at which William MeKinley, Jr., will be nominated by ac- clamation in this city, is Sept. 3. Ar- rangements are being made to send im- mense delegations from all the four coan- ties, and tire occasion will be the opening of the campaign. Congressman Smyser will preside. Shot by a Colored Desperado. TRENTON, N. J July Lang, a colored despetailo, yesterday morning shot Theodore Ayres. a local colored preacher, during a quarrel about Ayers' wife. Lang was arrested. It is thought that Ayers will uie. Retnrned from a Cruise. PORTLAND, Oge., July United States revenue cutter Wolcott arrived here Saturday g from her cruise. It is supposed she has been looking for parties attempting to smuggle Chinese over the border. Polnoned by Kating Ice Cream. GAlNBbYiu.E, Tex., July a picnic given at Pilot Point a large number of people were poisoned by ice cream, made poisonous by staying too long in the cans. Fifteen persons will die. No names are obtainable. Life IJoHtH Picked Dp. BOSTON, July steamer B. H. Miller from Baltimore, reports having picked up two life boats marked Charles Morand, off Five Fathom Bank lightship on July 26. FORECAST OF CONGRESS. THE WAY CLEARED FOR THE TARIFF DEBATE IN THE SENATE. APPROPRIATION BILLS DISPOSED OF Nothing to Interfere With Continuous Discussion of the Tariff Bill Unless the Blrer and Harbor Bill Is Called Up. Several Election Contests to be Dis- posed of in the Miscel- laneous Business Will be Considered. WASHINGTON, July senate hai finally set about the discussion of the tar- iff bill in earnest, having disposed of all of the appropriation bills w ith the excep- tion of the deficiency bill, which has not yet come from the house. All of the ap- propriation bills have gone to the presi- dent, with the exception of the Indian bill, which passed the senate and now goes into conference, the sundry civil hill, which has passed both houses and will go into conference this weak, and the defici- ency bill which is now on the house calen- dar. There is very little to interfere with the continuous discustjpn of the tariff bill, therefore, except tile river and har- bor hill, if it should be taken up. and reports of eonferenoe committees which have right of way. No determination has been reached about taking up the river and harbor bill, and during the early part of the coming week the consideration of the tariff bill will proceed regularly each day with the understanding that there will be an ad- journment at o'clock, the senate meet- Ing each day at 11 o'clock. The Repub- lican members of the committee on privi- leges and elections have almost completed the consideration of the federal election bill and they will prepared te report to a caucus in the near future. If this caucus is held before the end of this week, an order of business may be agreed upon which will displace the tariff bill for the river and barber bill. It is estimated that this bill can be disposed of in three or four days. In the morning hour Mr. Gray will slst upon the consideration of the bill for the transfer of the revenue marine to the naval service, with the chances in favor of passing the bill before the end of this week. Other miscellaneous business will be considered in the morning hottr during the week. Reports on election cases are matters of privilege in the house and may be called up at any time. For several weeks past the elections committee has bad three oases ready for settlement, but although anxious to have them disposed of the com- mittee has deferred to the wishes of the committee on rules and allowed other matters to intervene. This week, however, the committee has determined to have its innings and it will call up the first of its cases on Tuesday, or as soon as the sundry civil bill is out of the way. This is the case of Chalmers, Republican against Morgan, Democrat. It will take but two or three hours to dispose of tliis case, as the committee's re- port is unanimous infavorof Mr. Morgan, the sitting member. The case could be disposed of in shorter time, but Gen. Chalmers wishes to make a speech in his own behalf. The agricultural committee wants to dispose of some bills during the week, and it may endeavor to oppose the elections committee concerning the arrangement of time. The compound lard bill and the bill taxing meat products are the meas- ures that the agricultural committee wants to dispose of and as these affect the farmers, the election committee may be defeated in its endeavor to secure consid- eration of its business, provided of course, that the agricultural committee decides to oppose it. If the elections committee is allowed right of way it will bring up also the cases of Miller, Republican, against Elliott, Democrat, from South Carolina and of Langston, Republican, airainst Veuable, Democrat, from Vir- ginia. There is a possibility that the de- iiciency bill may be brought up for dis- cussion. _________________ Died of Dead PBOVIDBNCE, R. I., July McCormick of Pawtucket died late Satur- day niyht oE hydrophobia. He was bitten by a dog some time ago and had been con- fined to his bed with no hope of saving his life. Mrs. Elizabeth Lamed died Satur- day evening in Central Falls in her 101st year. General Offices Removed. CHICAGO, July general offices of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad have been removed from Milwau- kee to this city. The engineering depart- ment will remove to Chicago in the fall. President Miller retains a private office in Milwaukee. LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? XOU GET THE WRONG SORT; THE RIGHT ONES; CALLED PEARL ARE Made (inly by GEO, A. MACBETH-4, CO., PITTSBURGH. PA.- To Sing In "The Red Hussar." July Mor- sell, the well-known tenor of this city, has accepted the first tenor part in the new opera, "The Bed which ia to be produced, at Palmer's theatre, New York, by the Duff Company early in August. _________________ Death of a Veteran Congressman. McLEANSBORO, Ills., July Samuels Marshall died at his residence here Saturday agc-1 68 real's, of general breHkiug down ol' Ins nervous sj'stem. He represented the Nineteenth district in congress from 1854 to 1868. Extensive Cave-in at Wllkes-Barre. WrLKES-BARRE, Pa.. July sive cave-i n occurred at colliery No 14 of thePeniisyivania Coal company yesterday, fisty acres being affected. No one was injured. The damage to the mine will be heavy. _________________ Coke Works, Destroyed by Fire. PEKFIKLD, Pa., July Elk Coal and Coke Co. at KlkHr-lipr. seven miles from here, WHS destroyed by fire last week. One hundred men .-ire out of work and the loss is The works will be rebuilt. Threatened Strike Averted. CHICAOO, July threatened strike of bnkers in this city was averted by the boss Itakers conceding the demnndp of the men for a ten-hour day, six days to con- stitute a week's work. Drowned While Bathing. PHILADELPHIA, July Schoon, assistant engineer of the German tank steamer Energie, was seized with cramps while in the Schuylkill river anc was drowned. An Insane Man's Self Murder, OMAHA, Neb., July Paxwm a prominent stock raiser and politician of Geneva, Neb., shot himself tad jumped in a well Friday whik temporarily insane. THE SPORTING WORLD, Standing of the Clnl Plaved Matters. The following tables show the standing the clubs in the different leagues: PLATERS' LEAODE. Won. Loat. Boston...................... 45 28 Brooklyn................... 47 85 New York.................. 43 to Philadelphia............... 43 38 Chicago.................... 41 36 Pittsburg................... 33 38 Cleveland.................. 31 41 Buffalo..................... 18 63 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Philadelphia............... 83 36 Brooklyn................... 50 28 Boston..................... 51 S9 Chicago................... 40 36 New York 34 46 Cleveland.................. 21 Pittaburx................. 17 ao AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Lost. Pei Cent. .DM .574 .we .SE .465 .431 Won. Louisville.................. 47 5t. Louis................... 44 Rochester.... 42 Athletic................... 42 Columbus.................. 38 Toledo...................... 32 Syracuse................... 33 Brooklyn................... 20 as 33 34 m 38 48 53 Per Cent. .871 .641 .888 .526 .420 JBB .231 Per Cent. .571 .500 .4M .457 .447 Snnday Association Ganiei. BROOKLYN, July aa The Brooklyn- Columbus game yesterday was awarded to lolumbus, 9 toO, because tke Brooklyns were unable to furnish a new ball when, n the eighth inning, the old one was ratted out of the grounds. The following s the score up to the time of forfeit: R. H. I. Brooklyn........5 0 0 0 4 0 Columbus........2 0 2 3 0 0 and Pitz; Gastright, Cham- berlain and O'Connor. At Gloucester, N. M. H. c. Athletic.....01300000 Toledo.........0 0000410 Batteries-Eaper, So ward and Elealy and Rodgers. TORN BY A TORNADO. WIND CREATS8 FRIGHTFUL HAVOC 'AT LAWRENCE, MASS. HUNDREDS OF BUILDINGS WRECKED Two Big Stakes for Racing. LEXINGTON, Ky., July Two great itakes were decided upon here Saturday the directors of the Kentucky Horse Breeders' association. The first, a stallion representative stake for this year's foals, to be trotted here in 1898, guaranteed to be worth to the winuer; the other, a futurity stake for next year's foals, to be trotted either in 1893 or the year fol- lowing, guaranteed to be worth gross. No More Sunday Ball at Rochester. BOCHESTEU, N. Y., July There was no ball game at Windsor Beach yester- day. Sheriff Hodgson had issued a proc- lamation, stating that he and liis deputies would prevent the game being played aud the Rochester club gracefully yielded to the inevitable The with Louisville will be played Thursday. No further at- tempt will be made to play on Sunday. Eight Persons Killed I ad Between Twenty and Thirty Switch- man Dashed to Death While at Work. Telegraph Poles Snapped Like Pipe Stems Immense Trees Uprooted. Thousands View the Wreck. LIWREKCE, Mass., July disastrous cyclone occurred at South Lawrence Sat- urday afternoon. Telegraph and telephone wires are demolished. The storm flrst struck Springfield street and traveled thence to Salem street, devas- tating a section twenty rods wide. Fire broke out iu a number of places in the ruins aud the entire tire department was called out to extinguish the flames. Terror-Stricken Inhabitants. Buildings were crushed like egg shells, Whole houses were lifted from the cellars, and terror seised their occupants. The buildings in the vicinity were all wood, pretty, cosy homes of toilers in the mills. In a trice their ruin was complete. Over a Hundred Buildings Wrecked. The cyclone cut a path over a mile in Jength and 300 feet widu. Over 100 build- ings were wrecked, 600 people, all of small means, are homeless, aud property is durn- The physi- dead. The hospital is tilled with the injured, while the homes spared trom the wreck are sheltering bleeding women aud children. 4 0-1818 2'The devastated section is included by 1 8 9 6 South Broadway and Temple streets, darket and Salem streets. Commuuica- lon with the outside world.was cut oft. Nie immense telegraph poles were snapped ike pipe-stems, and the wires, which were hirled into a cloud of tangled skeins, set- led down into a confused mass of junk, 'he roots of trees came up with the runks. The streets were filled with ebris. A Switchman's Horrible Death. The storm at the outset claimed a uimsn life. Michael Hlggins, a Boston Maine switchman, who was at work on platform near the Salem bridge, was ifted up and dashed to death on the track, vhile a car was overturned upon him. Eight persons are known to have been tilled, and between twenty and thirty in- ured, some fatally. Viewing the Cyclone's Work. LAWRENCE, July scene of Saturday's cyclone unparalleled in he history of the city. From early morn- ng till night thousands of teams sur- aged to the extent of fllans report four unknown (1- 4 13 1 0-581 Robinson: WORLD'S FAIR MATTERS. the Plans Completed for the Placing of Various Exhibits. CHICAGO, July a special meeting of the hoard of directors of the World's Columbian Exprvsition Saturday the committee appointed to formulate a reso- lution covering the various exhibits to be placed in close promixity to the agiicul- tural exhibit, and also those to be placed on the iHke Iront, will be presented form- ally to the legislature when it reconvenes to-day. The plan is to place on the lake front the art gallery, government build- ing and another building containing a fine electrical buildings in and use the present lake frontage grounds as an entrance grounds. At .Jackson pni-k will be placed the big machinery hall, the stock show, the mineral palace, an underground mining exhibit, a glass factory, the several state exhibits, oriental vill.is and such other novel and beautiful displays as may be of- fered later on. NEW YORK'S CASUALTY LIST. In the Six Violent Occurred Metropolis Yesterday. NK.W VOHK, July 28 Thomas McHngh, 27 years, ft-11 from the roof of his res- deuce, No. Hast Nineteenth street, yes- terday and was killed. Daiiiul Brennan, 31 s'ears, fell out of the third-story window of No. 431 West Thir- tieth street and was killed. John Calltihau, aged 35, fell in the hold of a ship lying in dry-dock at pier No. 42 East river, and died shortly afterward. John Huber, 30 yfl-rJi, a driver; fell off his seat and was killed. Henry Morse fell from a second-.story window at No. 449 Ninth avenue and frac- tured his skull. Nellie Basulville, aged 25, of No. 544 Eleventh t cutie was so badly burnsd about the IP.--S and body that she died shortry attcrward. Denies Stumping Inferior Steel. PiTTbEURG, July 28, Regarding the rumors in circulation for some time that an employe of the Linden Steel company had placed the government inspector's stamp on an inferior quality of steel to be used by the government, Mr. Lewis, pres- ident of the company, said: "The report does our firm a great injustice, aud is ab- solutely without foundation in fact. The facts are that somebodybtartedthe rumor. It was promptly investigated by the navy department officials at our request and was pronounced by them to be without foundation." Steamship Arrivals Yesterday. NEW YORK, .Inly 28. Arrived, Umbrla from Liverpool, La Bourgogno from Havre, Clinionia from Cimlenas, ftellingham from Meditc'rnineun points >i onoca from Bermuda, Jamaica and Chicago from London. NEW YOKK, July Bencroy from London. HALIFAX. July Manitoban from Glasgow. Shot and Killed Himself. PHILADELPHIA, July special from Drifton, Pa., to The Press says that Thomas Nevcrla, foreman of construction oa the DP! a ware, Susquehanna anc Schuylkill road shot and killed himseL yesterday. No cause is assigned for the deed. He leaves a widow. Mr. Baker Retires front the Contest. ROCHESTER, N. Y., July Herald publishes a card from Hon. Charles S Baker announcing his retirement from the canvass for renomination for congrei His competitor is Hou. John Van Voorhis, ex-member of congress. ounded it, and a conservative estimate of he people present places the number at At Saturday night Company F of he Kinth regiment came on duty aud stablfshed a picket line around the wrecked district. The police also pa- rolled the ground. At 0.-80 yesterday nornlnic Battery C, First artillery, re- ieved the infantry. The crowds were quiet and orderly and gave the pickets ittie trouble. The mayor, aldermen and illicials of surrounding cities congregated it military headquarters aud remained all ay, issuing passes which were required of nil coming within the lines, also requisi- ions for supplies for r.heafllicted families. Adjt. Gen, Dalton heard of the disaster at Ooncord and drove over the road, arriving it 11 o'clock. He remained all day in om pnny with Maj. Merrill, looking after he comfort of tlie men. Company L, Cighth regiment, tendered the mayor its ervioes. The men were served with ra- ious at headquarters. Ordered to Sell No Liquor. Press headquarters, with a telephone, were established at No. 77 Springfield treet. City Marshal Vose wisely ordered he hotels to sell no liquor during the day, o, iu spite of the great influx of people, here was no drunkenness. Capt. Du- chesny of Buttery C was ordered by the idjutant general to take charge of all the nilitary. Raining Money for the Sufferers. More than fti.OOO has already been sub- scribed to the relief fund. Collections vere taken up in all the churches and the uiuisters alluded to the calamity in thwir icrmons. A mass meeting has bseVcaTled at the city hall for this evening. The and other charitable societies have also called meetings lo raise money for the sufferers. All the patients in the hos- iltal and orphan asylum are doing well, t Is thought that, the little Quinn girl may live. Company F of the Ninth re- ieved Battery C at B o'clock last night. Knights Hold a Secret Meeting. CITICA, N. S., July Assera- >ly No. 246, Knights of Labor, made up of men, held its quarterly meeting here yesterday. There were present 135 delegates, representing railroad men. The proceedings were secret. Vari- >us complaints were heard and acted ipon. E. J. Lee of Albany, district mas- ter workman, presided. Mr. Lee was elected delegate to the general assembly at Denver, Nov. 11, with David S. Flana- gan, alternate. The next quarterly mect- ng will be held at Buffalo the last Sun- day in October. A Teacher's Mysterious Disappearance. THEXTOJT, N. J., July The village of Pennington is excited over the disappear- ance of Miss Lizzie Lewis, a school teacher, who left her boarding house sev- enteen days ago to visit a friend iu a vil- lage four miles away. She was lust seen on a train going towards New York. The day she disappeared she visited her grand- mother and told her she was going to take a position in a hotel on Long Inland. The grandmother has forgotten the name of the hotel. _________________ The Insurgents Re-Enforced. BUENOS ATBES, July bat- allion has joined the insurgents. The revolutionists are commanded by Manuel Campos and Arrendontio. Their num- bers are certainly increasing. The result of Saturday's street fighting was adverse to the government. The navy remains neutral. Pellegrini has assumed the pres- idency. _________________ Editors and Reporters Strike. OMAHA, Neb., July The editorial and reporterial staff of The Republican, who have not received any pay for three weeks, refused to go to work Saturday unless their pay was forthcoming. Man- aging Kditor Smith, one of the was appointed trustee and will receive all the funds of the paper until the staff is paid The reporters are borrowing proofs of other papeia in order to get out a paper. vitcht-n Woods, hen buy. THE ROSES ARE BLO An Idaho Town In Flames. PORTLAND, Ore., July 28.-A Spokane by Fire. Falls dispatch says that the town of Wai- OMAHA, Neb., July 28.-The business lace, Idaho, ia burning. No particular, portion of Creighton, Neb., was destroyed have yet been received. by fire yesterday. Loss, AN ATTRACTIVE SHOW. A REVIVAL of UouwhoM Articles, special things for .summer UBe. Tinware and Read, Large tin gralcre, woon. handle, 5r. Large size hatchets, only -2oc Roast meat broilers, 10c. Toy hatchets, oc. Large tin shovels, only 5c. Polished carpet tack hummers with law, 5c. Carpenter's steel saws, 25 and 70c. Child's trays lo fasten to table, 20c Rubber window cleaners, 33c. Shoe daubers, 5c. Shoe brushes, lOo. Clotheslines, 15 andlSc. Wash basins, 4 "and Cc. Stove brushes, Oc. Hennis meal broiler (see 70c. Oyster ladels, 4c. Heavy soup ladels, 3c. Vegetable ladels, 5c. Gravy Ladels, 5c. Black enameled handled dippers, eavy. 8c. Three prong meat forks, 4c. Pierced soup ladels, lOc. Cuspiilorcs, fhiicy painted, 9 and 18c. Cuspidores, brass, 88c. Ci spidoroB, nickel. TOc. Cuspidorcs. enameled, Infant's bath tuba, 91.98. Farmers' pride lanterns, 84c. Largo square dinner pails, 49. Medium size dinner pails, '.Sic. Six quart sprinkling cans, plain, 19c. Six quart sprinkling cans, lemonade mixers, lOc. Japanned spice boxes (six to lOc.; in large box, 24 and 29c. Fancy pamted knife trays, 48c. Tumbler carriers, 68c. Best household ammonia.. lOc. Large bottles prepared blueing, 8c. Bread toasters or broilers, 5c. Extra strong moat broilers, lOc. Home flour sifters, 17c. Charlotte russe pans, lOc. Stamped Jelly moulds, lOc. Beat tin sponge cake pans, 9c. Indian meal broad pans. 4c. Patent Attorneys, 615 7th St., Washington. l> (J U. S. Patent Of- ce. 1'atenlH, tavea and Issues secure' I rude Murks regiblureii. All 1'alcnl IIIISIUCM onilucteri lor moderate Fees. Inforumlion, anil auucitil references ecu ton request. MONTH "caiTbe made IU pre. erred who can (urnish a liorsc and give iheirwholc me to the business. Spare moments may be profit- bly employed also. A few vacancies in towns net dues F. JOHNSON 1000 Main L, Richmond, Va. Ladies and gentlemen, you are all invited to call and ex- amine my stock and priced Orders taken now for next fall or spring delivering of all kinds of nursery stock, Dutch bulbs, etc. Th. F. Vandermeulen, Cor. Eagle and 7th Sts., Dunkirk, N. Y AN ACTIVE MAS for onc Kcrlion, Snlurv S75 to flOO, Im'iilly ic- Vtoent a burcewfful N. V. Ciimimny iinjorimr- UHi'li1 "1T. Clothing, blim's now cnniiiuil, sim.cioo puul m.i cruncci- I'.xrlmMired. _ cruncci- I'.xrlmMired. Kinpire t'o-oporiitivo Lbwiciiilion (credit well nilc-d) r.urk linMliu We Lave the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and tylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, n broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- 'ered to any trade. Come aud examine them :or yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 218 Centre Street C.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 304 MAIN ST., MOTFAIO, N. Y. DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather Goods, etc KKORA VlffQ, GOLD 811 VRR.PLA TIN A COMPLETE LINK OF Tfi MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. Such as Time-hooks, Blank- books, Ledgers, We have facilities for doing work in any style desired, and wil furnish diagrams and draw ings of any desired class o: work. Satisfaction guarantee( DUNKIRK PRINTING CO. AMERICAN BLOCK. 390-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: "Second to None." wish to be second to lone in your service. Try us and ice. We wish to impress upon our out of town friends, in viow of the iroposc'd changes in the tariff and the increase ia the cost of icarly all kinds of acu. White aud black lisle thread Jersey vests aL 75c. each. Silk vests, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanced if tbc tariff is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, and we are selling fine clothe, napkins, D'Oyleys, towels, etc., at rare bargains New styles in parasols. New styles in New styles in hosiery. Headquarters.in Buffalo forfCarpetl, Rugs, Draping andupholstering'fabrics. BLOCK, 396-402 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. T. PATENTSl Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, and hll Patent business conducted for Moderate Our office is opposite U 8. Patent office. We have no nnlj-sgcncleB all business can transact patent business in less time and at Less Coat than those remote from Washing- ton. Send model, drawing, or pboto, with dee- crlplion. We advise if patentablc or not, free of charge. Om fee not dne till patent Is secured A book, "How to Obtain wIMi ref- erences to actual clients in your or town, aent free. Address c. A. sarow co., Opposite Patent Office. Wasiingum, H. C. to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures 'l EWSPAPERl iWSPAPKRl ;

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