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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX PUNKTKK N. Y., WEDXESPAY. AtroiLST 0. 1890. REPRESENTATIVE B USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. THE KA'fl ACT YET. A XKW BUL1HO MACHISE for ruli all kinds of blanks is the latest audition he Mechaninal Department ot Dunkirk jt'rintinglConi puny. 4 I.KSAJIDEJVS Coal ana Wood Yard, T.f A. Central Avenne. nrmnsite Sickel Plate. Oepot. All ol Hard and Solt Coal WoodJ Lumber. Shingles and Lath. Trw ieliv Correspondence for wholesale loU cited. T> B. GIFFOKD, 223 ftnit 225 Central Ave J5. Artistic Photographer Instantancou PtKHograuhB ot Babies a specialty. Sitten oeed not wait lor sunuhinc except fo babies. BOOK luvtSO, 1'r.. pnetor, No. 16 E. Second street, neat Hu! falostreet, Dunkirk. N. Y. Miigiuiiies, Mi. Pamphlets, etc., bound in nil atylcb. Order- promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. BUKCHEK'S CROCKKKV HOUSE, DOB Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in InporUiil am >omeatic China. Glassware, Ac. HOTEL, _ Rates, per ilay. and Hoarding Stalile in connection Victor Iti'ler, and 3X7 Lion street. 1ITY UAIIHKK SHOT Clias. Nttglc, I'rop., Under Lake Shore National Hunk, conn1 Center and Thiril streets. A fine stock ol Foreign and Domestic f 10NKLIN A SON, ysa Center street, Practical horae-slioera. Particular ulteiilioi t? to interfering horses. Shoeing of roml 4 trotting horses a specialty. VU.NKIICK EVENING ousi Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKHtK ENGINEKHINO COACPAMT. Formerly Sellcw Popple. MannfacturerB ot Engines, Boilerti, Pullcyw, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns. Korgingb. Castings, ami Machine Work to order. J vVNKIKK SH1KT CO.. -XX, 205 unit 2u; Lf Center street, Manufacturers of thu and "Dunkirk" perfect titling Oreas bhirls. On Bale in all leading lurnidliing, clothing and dry goods houaea in Dunkirk. F. TOOMKY, 4.14 and 4.W Lion street, tiealer in Flour, Kccd, Baled llay, itof, etc. EaUdihaned, 1S77. UOTKL, and laming Saloon, Union Depot. Easy access u> all trains and tnih- iueBfl housca. Best accommoilatimia lor Com- mercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. EHLKK.S CO.. Wand E. Third street. Kme Furniture. Cabinet Ware and Up- aoUtterlng. Picture i'rames made to order, MATTKSON A CO., 301 Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen OittlltterB II AKKLI, 8TBAM HKiVTINO CO., anufncturero of Steam Heating Sanitary Plumbing a Speciality. LJ O.HE STEAM LAUNDRY. Our siiecialties: Fine Shirta, lllc; rollai-M, !K; Cnffa, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A W. Cummiiigd, 2iff Center street II li. OEHM. E. Third St., cor. oJ Buffalo Alauufuc.urer and dealer in Kino Boota A Shoes HENKY WKILKK'S NEW STOKE, 103 E. Third st. Books, Stationery, Musical In- aud Weekly Papers, icd everything vcrtaining to a first cusb bonk Sr.'ioo. iiooko a specialty. JOB PRINTING ot every description and at j lowest living rated by Dunkirk i'rmting Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St. JH. VAN BDKKN SON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insurance. Deal- eru in Kcal Estate anil Loans. 1'aracular attention paid to the cr.rc of property oollect- t ng rents Ac. 219 Center Bt., '2nd floor. LAKKIN'S "COTTAGE." KlISON'S PlIOMOIJllAl'lI ou Kxliililtlou. Finest liquor? for ined- n-in.il "OLD a ipecinlty Vf ONBOE'S Central Avenue lor Wall Paper Pa.ut Oils, Ac. PEKKINS, J. W., 209 Center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Sud.llos, Brulles, Collars. Buffalo Houcs, Horac Covers Gloves Mittens and Sleigh UobJS. Q 8CUOLTES, i 17 East Third street. fashionable Tailor. Uentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PB. OAKY CO., Lion street Ueneral Hanlware, White Supplies, Oil Cloths, Grauite Ware. A special- ty "t Shcrwin Williams Monroe range. HUL1SO, such :is blank-books, ledgers, nnd ail kmd3 of blanks done at Uuulvirk Priuting Coinpiiny, a and 10 E. Second oL RUDOLfH MOLDENHAUER, Cor. Third and Buffalo -Su.. IJealur in Uranite, Marble, Flagging and Uuitdiug Stone. Call on me before your side-walk. ,ng and ouying R1SLEX A CO., 7 anil 9 East Front atreet. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family Cse. ROBERT _ Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable O AM J. GLFFOJtlJ, 301 Central Ave. (Uv r5 General Insurance and Keal Est.au Udent- Kire. Lite, Accident, anil Live Frouipt attention givan to buying md selling Beat Estate. o. J. 75 E. Third st, cor. Oeer. Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anil Smoked Meats, Laril, Sausages, Oyalers Poultry. W ATCHES, JKVTELKT, Buy the Aurora Kailroad Watch. a specialty. Frank F. Stapl. 83 R. ThirU at. MOCKKlt, Merchant Tailor. 516 Central Avenue REWARD! WE will pay the above reward lor any case of Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Headache Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, wbeu the directions arc strictly complied iih. Tney are purely Vegetable, and never lad tc give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large boxec. containing 30 Fills. Beware ol couu turfeits, and imitauone. The genuine manu- faenred only by JOIIN C. WEST A CO. Sola by MONBOE'S rnarmacy, Dunkirk, N. Y. KEMMLER PERMITTED TO LIVE THROUGH ANOTHER NIGHT. HIi Kx.i.-.il ion to Titke Some Time Thin Morn I HI -All HID In- Outside the Prison Keininlr-r Spent K Quiet Uuy for the Aulopty. A fin-UN. X. Y.. AUK. conversation with -i inl r-orr. -tof the I'nited Press iir Soutluvirk. the author of th" in---, ,.xut.n. Won, told some interevtiiiK ihlnys about It. "I have come (irejiarcd for tbe he said, "with tliermonn-terH, etc., with which to take the temperature of there- mains so to be sure that death has in- tervened before, the knife is The, law requires that, the autopsy shall lake place immediately, but that will be, interpreted to mean within a lime. So soon us the temperature ut i he man is bnlow the point where lift) oan continue, to exist, the operntion will be begun. So that explodes the, idea that people, have had that if the electric ahock did not kill him the mirxeon's knives would." baid Surgeon Daniel, who with Dr. McDonald and Dr. Spitxka will have charge of the autopsy, "there is no neces- sity for performing the operation directly after the shock has been ndminisUred. There, would be a gri-nt, public outcry if we did. It, is likely that several will intervene between the time when the man is killed mid t lie time of the autops--" "I have been asked very ,iid Dr. Southwiek. "whether the death would be instantaiif-oiis. That, is dependent on what you are pleased to term 'instanta- neous.' You any tliat, tire sensation when tbe shock of touching your finger end is transmit ted to your instantaneous. ''That sensation travels at the rato ot 250 feet to the second. Now the rate of the electric current is great is it will travel at Ibc rate of WO feet ii second. There will be no strug- gle before Kemmler is put iu Ihe chnir I ;liink. Thnt is not, the record of men who 'lave been executed. They usually walk to the As to the action of the current, you maybe sure that it will cau.se one little twitch and then the body will he and motionless. When he current, is taken olt it will collapse ind be perfectly limp." Dr. Soiithwiek has had no conversation vith tin- wardi-n about the matter, but ho tin-execution will take place prolin- )ly between 4 and K o'clock, aud that it vill likely uLTiirthisniorninir. Tlie hours ncntinur-d were the limit- fixed iu constit- ution IIIM April, and they will likely be Hdhered to. W.u-iien Dnrston has henrd from Klfie- trieiiin of Kin-heater. Mr. Barnes tliat, all of the interviews with him printed in a Xew York paper mil a jrrcHter part of that printed iu a Koi-heMcr paper, wi-re incorrect. Mr. Jarne-. h.m arrlvi-d here and it i-, likely he will be admitted to the execution. He was not invited to tlie execution at the ime set for it hefore and lie was invited o be one of the of Mr. Uurston hi.- tiiue ur. a pi-i-onal '.-ivor. K. K. Davis of N, u York will have haryp of tlie ti'chnii-al featurrsof theexe- ution. Mr. has invited three ocal physicians to be Miuontc the assi-t- nts. They are: Doctor.- J. M. Jenkins T. K. Smith and H. K. Allison. Spends u Quiet Hay. Kemmler spent the dav quietly. Ko ign jjivi-n of bis impending doom His friend, Rev. Dr. ll.umlnon, "accom- panied by the chaplain of the pri-on, visit- him and Hjieutilie Kn-alt-r part, of ail hour with him. There i-.-till a that the execution will be po-lponed until I'hur.sday niornint'. but the chances are that ii will oci-iii- -.iiiu-ily before U o'clock Wednenlay niorniiif-. The doctors in charge of the autopsy will, prepare a care- ful story for publication at the earliest possible moment. that the doctors ixtter retiiw after coufereuce, leaving udtireiwaa with him and whenever he wauud them he would Hend for them. The time of ontion was left iu vague uncertainty. TtiNtlne Strength. When the conference was at and the warden asked the party to with him to the execution room. Thr electricians, under direction of Mr. Davis, were already there putting in place the volt meter which the warden took to Xew York to be repaired last Friday and which Mr. Davis brought back with him yesterday morn- ing. The dynamo was running in the machinery room, and when the volt meter had been adjusted the current wan turned on and off several times and the double row of incandescent lamps on wall WHS thrown in and out of circuit to demonstrate the, current's strength. Mr. Davis said the meter did not work an satis- factorily as he could have wished, and that he would have to make some changes in it. Besieged br Reportcra. The doctors left Mr. Davis and his as- Hlstants at work on the meter, and at they left the MR building and returned to the hotel. Two of the doctors said to the special correspondent of the United Press that, while the matter was left e.utirely In Warden Dnrston's hands, their impression was that, the execution would not occnr until this forenoon nrtn-nlghr.. As quickly as possible the doctors shook off the crowd of eager newspaper men and retired to their rooms. The trouble with tUe volt meter cannot delay the execution. The current's strength can be tested satisfac- torily without it. The Kxecutlon Postponed. Shortly before 11 o'clock last nigM In- vitations were issued to F. W. Mack of the Associated Press and George Grantham liain of the United Press to attend the ex- ecntlou in the capacity of witnesses. The warden stated to these gentlemen that they were invited not as press representa- tives but as citizens. It ia the general im- pres.sion at midnight that the electricide cannot, take place before 7 o'clock in the morning. IN HOUSE AND SENATE. All tlm Arrive. It was learned last nK'ht that Electri- sian E. A. Kreixer of (.lorniiiK will be Mr. Davis' assistant in tlie of the electrical appar.it us. He has been here for two days. Dr. T. .leukius of New York, D. O. A. Jenkins of Buffalo. Tracy C. Becker of Buffalo, Dr. Loui.-, Halch of Albany and Dr. Henry Argue of Corning Arrived in the afteriiocui. All of the wit- from abroad are now here with the ixccption of Mr. McMillan, who cannot some. At 7 o'clock, the hour announced for the conference of the witnesses, Warden Dnrston was in the lobby of the Osborne house in conversation with Ktmie friends. He remained there until when lit) went to rln-jirisnn In company with Elec- tricians Harm-- and Huntley. It was nearly 8 o'clock when the witnesses sum- moned by the warden assembled in the warden's olline. OiiUUIe the 1'rliun A curious crowd had gathered without (he walls. Yonni; fm-i-s and old .were ilie heavy iron bars on her Mile of the gateway. "l.ittle groups .if newsj.'i pi-r corie-iioiideiits were .s.-at- tered about almin tne pavuiuent. Tne electrij iiyh; in front of the prison, sharp- ly outlined t he bright srrtM-n ivy elinnini{ to the dull gray wall. Thsre was a iu the execution room iu the prison base- ment, a brighter in the warden's office on the tirst floor. But. there was no appearance of unusual activity within the prison wall.-. Once or twice, two or three of the wit nesses came out on the broad lauding aud sat looking at, tin- crowd out- side whien seemed to afford them much amusement. ArrHngvineiitH for the Autopsy. Inside the warden's office a consultation held about the arrangements for the autopsy and ihe mo-t appropriate time-for hol-lms; the exeeul i'.a.' Ou the liist point there were few ditfei-elices of opinion. Dr. Daniel of one of the known siiriceons ol ihe United had come prepared wii h all the in-triimeiits necessary for the work. Dr. Southwick that Dr. Daniel could better do the actual work on the autopsy and Dr. Spitzka and Dr. Mc- Doual'l were chosen as his nusj-ranti with the iiiiderM'imiiiiK that Dr. would make :i special examination of the nerve tissur-s. It was also that Dr. Jenkins of Xew York he called in as cou- and tMs doubtless will be done. the Time of Execution. When thtr discussion of the second point at issue was taken tip there was wide di- of opinion. Some favovcd hold- ing the execution dnrinij tho day, while others that if this was done it wot. Id be necessary to -top nil the niachiu- IT; in th" building -o as to turn the power ou dynamo. Warden Dnrston was ukrd tliis mechanical difficulty, but replying to the question, lie said Mr. Seat Vacant. The Tariff IMncumdou. WASHINHTOK, AUK. house spent most of the day yesterday debating the resolution reported from the committee on rules asking the secretary of the nary for the reasons of (he increase of force at the Kittery navy yard, as a substitute for the (Juiiniiiiigs resolution of inquiry. After adopting the resolution and re- ceiving the report of the election commit- tee in the Claylon-Breckenridge case, which declares Mr. Breckeuridge's seat vacant, the general deficiency bill was taken up in committee of the whole. Some progress was made with the bill, but without finishing it the house ad- journed. The senate, worked industriously at the tariff bill all day. The glassware and stone, schedule was finished. A number of amendments proposing to reduce the committee, rates, offered by the Demo- crats, were rejected. The metal schedule was taken up and pending a discussion of an amendment offered by Mr. Morgan to admit steel ores free tue senate adjourned. S-mi'or-i Berry and Call made speeches dnrini: lie ariernoon on the general sun- jeei ot ill' legislation, and in opposition to the pi-ndiiig bill. THE MYSTERY DEEPENS. Four llmlir.H Found In the Unknown at Long Branch. Ldxti HiiAXCll, X. J., Aug. mys- tery in connection with the unknown barge which was wrecked at this place a few days ago deepens. Yesterday morn- ing an artist on Harper's Weekly, who was sketching the wreck discovered a foot, sticking out of the water. The coro- ner was notified. An investigation was at once made and four bodies were found. The name-nr number of the barge can- not be ascertained. The theory Is that she is the barge that wa.s sunk by steamship Tliingvalla. If this is the case the barge had four men aboard of her and was barge 1513 from Xewport News, Va. The names of those on the barge were: Capi. Dick Summers, Bob Waters, a man named Fleming and another whose name is not known. One of the agents of the who is here failed to recog- the bodies. THE DISPOSITION TO BE MADE OF HELIGOLAND. Conference Between Cfiunt Hatzfeldt and Lord Rallnuur.v in K 'vcurd to Ger- manjN Newlj- Acquired Territory. Labor Brewing In Walun. Wei.tmln.ter Abbey Hal Room for More Dead. LONDON. Aug. von Hatufeldt, the German ambassador, had a long inter- view with Lord Salisbury yesterday noon on Hie subject of the forma! t'.ansfcr of Heligoland to Gen my. Count von HaUfx-ldl, fresh from an with his imperial master. I ;illy defined the m- teutiimi, ul in regard to the use to ihm. unpire will devote the newlv Hi-rginrpd territory aud sptcilieuAy indicated the extent to which it will be fortified. Thp conference concluded with a coinplrunuTangunumtior Lhuivlinquiflh- nieiu nf island by England its ollic .ujueptHnce by Geiniaay, including a dwailc.ti the cen-munius winch will Ije observed ou the occasion. Al'ier the. interview Count von Hatz- fcldt returned Osborne to report, to the empernt-. on Thursday 1-ord Salisbury will go to O-'iorne, where he will have an Interview wit b tin; Herman emperor and an aodiiMicp v.-ith the qiiai-n. lo The nhiui'ber i f Commerce of Cardiff, Wales, IMS ai d tin hitter hostility of the trades unionists by the passage of a labor resolution at, a meeting of that, body. By a vote almost UII.-IIIJMOUS tlio chamber resolved, in view ot a probable strike of docit Had oiLur lituurula, to njaliitu.iu Llie right of free labor and urged the employ- ers not to accept, the dictation of labor unions any longer. The resolution is re- garded by union workmen as wholly gratuitous and unjustifiable and the ac- tion of the chamber will be resisted to the bitter end. Ample KOOBI for More Oraret. The commission appointed to investi- gate the condition of Westminster abbey in respect to its further use as the burial place of distinguished persons, has com- pleted its investigation and is preparing a report of the results thereof which will shortly be published. The commission finds that the necessity for discontinuance of the practice of depositing the bodies of noted persons in the abbey is not nearly so great as has been represented by the oppo- nents of the custom aud is of the opinion that there is yet room for a hundred or more graves. Killed by an Overzeuloun Sentry. Last evening a pedestrian passing the West End barracks was shot dead by one of the guards. It does not appear that the unfortunate man was even challenged by the sentry, nor does the latter claim that his victim was straying within prohibited limits. The guard was arrested and ex- amined as to his sanity in view of the wantonness of his action. The examina-' A DENIAL FROM GOV. CAMPBELL. He Never Sold Ho Would Oi-po.o the Kiiforci'uient the Lodge liill, COU'.MBUS. O. Autr. The Kveiling Press on July having stated thai (iov- ernor Campbell had threatened in ,-onver- sation to call out rlie militia an attempt should he made i-1f n-ce the "IjOilge bill'1 in Ohio, the g'jvei-uor has sent its editor the following letter: I '01. UM Ill's. U., AUK. 1S1M. Mr. J. H. riulliralth. Editor Press; Mv DKIUSIII Tbi- cineinuuii' Cuimm in] GazetteofSllli'lay .state.s tlnil one ol lip eil- itors of jinn- IUUIT ehiiiii.s 111 hi- pri-iurcd lo confront ni" Ilh H wii ness n -t m rny denia1 of the wlmll> iiiiiriiiliiiil -.tm-j con- ceriiiat' nie.uhieh ii-ipeiin-n in issue of evening, I lie i hal no pcrhniipvt-r me use I impilli-il lo me. nranj- thin bly he ciinsliin-il lo don't believ un or iitu nil" co your jiiiper has ever taU.eil who will so state. myth. In onk r tn test your truth ami will Rivu any churn j wbt ik-MKllale if ,ifler yon have ilNr.u-. i of thi." nlli-Ki-il wilin-s.- tu either ol lh inKK-riMi-iui-ii.to-wii, Daniel K K. Watson, K. I'ne. ,S. K. ;er. ur (i. K. Xiish. eilhei in ilu-iu will su> llml s-iieti is tljif. ri.l ions muj up- Vonr wit ness la lncrrtirl DM may ,e naniu NO 140 TI1K UF TOTAL COLLAPSE OF THE WASH INGTON BASE8ALL CLUB. mast uu> en lei-al pi f. I .uaetl shall in- s.iy mil -j-his n'trei- is f 'tliur-day, holds inn- ,-liarni- a for Idu mil exiiel h Khali ileiiiiuul ilia i tin- n-pi at ivhai he pei'Minallv lieiuil whal snine Iliirrl prrsi-n sius. open for [lecoiitaneo until noun Aug. 7. Respectfully, r The Preas editor inswered as follows: 'Oil-Mill's. Aug. 5, Hon. James E Campbell. Uovernur. Sin- Your letter of to-day is rn-elverl. Vourdenii'l.s of tin- truth the slory imli- lished In The I're-s to whi.-h il alludes, have so far benn of -ln-li i: m-neral ehiLrueler It is not plain whal part ol it you question. If yuu will make an explicit ilenial of ihe c-hai'Ku that you have i-xprps-i'.! in ivortls. the Men of calling out tin- militia In n-.-i.sl (he eiil'niTe.- ment of the l.odae federal rlretinn Inw. filioillrt it he enacted, we will furni-h you u lib. jur soiin-eof iufiirhiKtion. which yon yourself, ive. believe, will acknowledge to lio trust- worthy. In oi-'ler tliat there may be no furtbrrj-quab- inf; wu MiKKi-st tlmt you siun and deliver lo liathe followiiiK exiilieit statement: "1 hcre- jy decIat-13 that I never state. I nor snidest t_'d .oanyonethe ealliat- out of tlie military of The Clnl) I'l.i.vn Il.n Last Gtmr by ICIec trie of t.ws Ciimt-a in the Krotluirhooil, National un Other Kuceit ill Moil 11] (HI 111 .Saratoga 11II (I Chicago Buffalo Itiu-es Post pulled. WASHINGTON, _ NotwitllStand ing the sltiU'mc.iits to the contrary, th Washington Hani-bull dull, which is now in the hands of Manager Sullivan, will iu a few days totally collapse, The gentle man hose name has been mi-ntioiiudus the bunker of club under tin IIBW regimu, stilted positively yesterday morning that, he hud not, investud one cent in the maintenance of thu club anr (lid not propose, to do so. Us said Hint h had been misrepresented ever since his mime had been connected with the enter prise. He confident that, there was no money in a minor association club in I his city Tin- club played Its last game hist, nighl by electric unless the players shimli: conclude, to run it on the co-operative plan, which at present finds little favor. ON THE DIAMOND. League. 0 11. R. K o a Ohio in ease the Lo luu bill .shoul attempt, be made lo enforce il Aud I never slated, n to any one 1 bat 1 w. mid make su tion in my spei-i-h Rl the slat meetiln; culled for th The Press i- mil a IK a newspap is nnh to e ceipt of Mich d JBI-.S a in uivnlule. or inlhimteil ch a declara- him.se ut the lllth ol .Inly, ISHll." mil a i hantable institution; It ami our desire, we on. blisli truth, fjinn tlie re- I atrment a.s is s speec tion abundantly proved that the culprit wo was sane, and he was committed for trial on the charge of wilful murder. Social lotH Expelled from Wnrsaw. The police of Warsaw have expelled from that city Hfty-fnur foreign Socialists with the warning that if they return they will IM- imprisoned at hard labor. j It is reported that cholera in a virulent form has appeared in several Russian I towns on the Polish we will furnish you and the public, at noeje- a complete story of our source; ol iiiiiu-iutitiori in wldcli the matter came to bo used. H. (jAt.iunrni, Edil-ir Press. The governor answered in a letter say- ''1 hf-reliy declare that I never .stilted or to any one the out of the militia in Ohio in case thf Lodiiebill should pass and an attempt made to enforce il in this state. I never stated. or intimated in any one that 1 lake sfiti- declaral ion meet in my called for the Kith of .Inly, I Slid ODD FELLOWS IN CHICAGO. Crack Resjin Their Con- Eii-elleiil M'nrk rmfAdii. AUK. no.inpii visitors, Inc'hidini; ladies, havi--o ill the on the Polish trontier. Sanitary city to participate in t lie Oil.I c'lii- precautiOBs are being taken to prevent the tonment. Xearly all t lie preliminaries of the great program were completed yestor- Pla.vors At Chicago CliieaK'i.... 0 0 S 0 0 0 3 0- tl Cleveland......0 II 3 0 n I) II n Hailerii'- Haldwin mill Fan-ell; O'Urietmnr -Sutclllt'e. Al I'lltilinrd- Pltlsburg-BuffulOBBine post- poned; rain. Niillotiul At Jt_ E ficveiaiid.. .0 3 o o o n o a n- u 4 j C'hleiiKo.......tl 1 0 ,ri II y 1 I il J Beatin and dimmer; Stein mu Kittredne. Auierlean Ansoeiation. At Cnliiniliuq coiiinmiH. li n i ii o n Athli-nc.....o lluill u (I Hallei-ie---Kiuinsh and Uo> A I St. l.ouis- Loui .11 0 II (I 0 (1 0 II II II 1 1 H. II. I 17 4 I 1 4 K Hughes and I'.atle Hi VIU-. At Toledo Tnlerln lioclitsier Halli-ru-s (iilin-. liuchesii-r n iuid Muman: Kecfeand n 0 1 man unit S.ine; Ban- duel .Me- ed lo aliiile by umpire's rle- lo'1'iileilu. !l lo (I. .ljn n 1 n I erics -Murphy tin i. 0 4 1 n- Meiikin and New Yo spread of the dlsea.se. Prenldeiit LONUIIN, Aug. cea to dispatch to The j to the pica-autcr duty of receiving friends Two Prominent Texnnn Shot. Tex., Aug. ble Stubbs and Jim Tucker, two prominent were shot down on the public square by John Smothers, Jr., anil Bird Kelly. Constable Stubbs was shot through tin; head and died instantly. Mr. Tucker was carried off in a. dj'ing condi- tion. About seven shots were fired. In the excitement that prevails the cause of the shwitiiiK cinin.it n.-, yut be obtained, The victims are men and leave families. Mr. Stiib'x was a candidate for sheriff of J.avica couniy. limes from Buenos Ayres says that Pre-i-I dent Celinnn having been abandoned by Los Angeles two vear- Pellisrini, Koca, Prena and Karc-ia, thus T- becoming completely isolated, has been forced to present his resignation to a joint meeting of the chamliers. As Celman's partisans still form a majority of the chambers, the presentation of his resigna- tion is probably a trick. The chambers have the constitutional right to decide ntanees made at Every train brought one or more can- tons, each numbei-jiijr from fifteen lo fifty j men. exclusive of olliccrs, and everv de- I partmeut commander and staff officer is now on the (iround, the last having ar- rived yesterday mornim? in company with the Ohio cantons. In the afternoon, be- ..--ide i ginning at o'clock, the crack cantons, wnether the president's reasons for re- I classed a.- A in the competition schedule. signing are sufficient to warrant the ac- ceptance of his resignation. Celman de- clares that his resignation is irrevocable. Han No Control Over Poets. LONDON, Aug. the house of com- mons Mr. P. O'Brien, member for North Monaghan, asked whether the govern- ment intended to pi-osecute the poet beitini their work in the inclosiir opposite the Auditorium. Class A is com- posed of prize winners in former contests and the judges predict some excellent work. Five Persons Drowned. XKW Uin.KANs, Aug. steamship City of Dallas, from America, re Swinburne [or writini; a poem, which was Porls ''apt. Hawley nf ihe published in The Fort nightly Rcvt citinn the murder of the ,ew, m- losepli P. Mac-heca of Xew Orleans, lond- i iiif? off A DMlonpHt .llall Clerk Miming. CIIK Aug. (i. Harris, a mail clerk running lie'.neen this city and St. ChYau-i and Alton rail- road. .vi'ii mail mat- icr value-l at .v.'i i.fiernoon a pouch, contained registered mail, found under a pile of sacks in the car. It had been cut from end to end and all of its contents taken. Harris lived in this city and has a wife and young daughter. The Provident Prolongs Hll Vlalt. PHii.ADKi.rni.v, Aug. special from Cape May. N. J., says: The president did not leave yesterday as expected. He and Secretary Blaine have derived so much benefit from their short sojourn, it has to defer the day of departure until to-day. President Harrison and Postmaster (ieneral will then proceed at once to Vi ashington, while Secretary Btaine will go to New York BBftt? Aj-ahist IVi.liniiTHl Ward. XKW YMHK. Aim. t; -Yesterday a judg- rni-i.t lor .'s .-nti-n-d Ferd- inand aid Ii. Klilm Spicer, Jr on ill-fault. It i- on a note for OJO. dated July 11, iSffci. The summons WHS MTvi-d 01, jjny s ,ust at Os_ county, but he failed to appear. An Kmbozzlcr Arrested, Rae ol Minneapolis, charged with the embezzle- ment ot -SiU.OOU, was arrested in this cit.y Monday evening. He has waived extra- dttion proceedings aud leftfor Minneapolij in the morning in charge of two detec- tives. Furniture Factorj Burned. CHICAGO. Aug. furniture factorj of Kohu at 4ZO and 428 Max- well street, was burned at 3o'clock yester day morning. Loss, J30.000; insurance nothing. O'Brien was proceedinu; to read the poem I when the speaker called him to order, saying that parliament could not control ihe poems of Swinburne. The speaker's remark caused t-reat laughter. Ordi-r of Forentora In America. LONDON, Aug. hiirh court of the Order of Forester.- has refused to amee to a proposal to expunge the parimrnph of the iiiL: lee's report, stating t Uai, freednin aeiion having been urantcd in thp m-itii-i- of lirailtiated contributions to A merit-tin tourts nil ob- stacle has been removed has bound to (iuateinala, were in a the schooner with Hi iH-U Stale League. At .Iiilin-Knvn .luhli town. I: folile-klll. At I't t 'I ica. llin onta At Troj New York (N. 7. Raelny- Mmimnnth Turk. Mo.XMiit'in I'.MiK. Aug. race.- n-ulted a-, flilloivs: Kir-st race, Vt flarendon first, Tip-ialV .second, .Major Daly thiid; time, Seeoml nice, the lied Bank slakes, mile: I'oliimac l-'aii-y second, Ar- rnvimi'e third: lime. Thiid race. I he- P.i lis.uli sl.akcs, Pi miles: liisi, Dcmiith second, Driii.les- ihii'd; lime. first, third; Konrih race, 1 miles; Stockto Her ness .second, C'yno-ure time, '''imi nice. a, mile: Villaue Maid lirst, Ki-mei -i-i-i-iiii. hird: ime. race, 1 mile: .Mi-riden lirsi. Ches- apeake second. third; lime, Program ill surtttotr.u SAHATODA, Ana n beautiful yesterday. Atiendanci- vei-v large. First race, I mill-: Unji.-riH lir.st, King C'rab second, d'l li- 1: i ime. Second rac... ilnm.i si H iiirlonns: Si mil ja first K-iiini-nce Mt-coud, Daisy P. third: lime, Third race, tj nirlonns: Objeciion first, Bradford second, Marchman third; time Foiirih race. Kearney slakes, 1 1-( miles: lirsl. Cii.ssiiis second, Flood Tide t lin-ti: 11 me, Filih raic, selliu-. mile: Retreat filly lir-t, Hertha Campbell second, JuleG. third; time, commandant, the judge of port and two unknown persons and twodirib bntu- nien, wvi-ii persons in all whnn it cap- sized during n squall. All were drowned i-xoept the two Canb-, who siH'i-eedf-d in reni-hini; the I'apt. Kawley's body alone wa.s recovered. hitherto impeded the progress of I he on in America. Gi-Rnted an Kxteii.sion of Time. XKW fi. lartre meeting of the creditors of H. S. Miiller Co.. ferti lixers of N'-wark. X. .1 whose financial eniharras-m-nl I c'-n .-il'-e.-nlv made public, wa.s Imld lu-j-e a de- tailed -laleir.eni of Hi m's condition Greeted With Groans and Hisnea. liahil over Sl.2l7.hVi. i BlMGHAMTOX. X. V. five cigarmakei's from Xew York. i the train to L'.i and retur. d in a strikers the hisses and ciies of comers were guardeii manufacturers. Thi-r but exciLenieut ran iduii. 2 'i hen- bint night iu-v i-n-ii'il on by veil miles abiiii- .Hid uaunn. 'i In- leu with groans jinrl "strike.'' The new i y u conimil.ee of was no trouble, Confederate Slntue ROKKF., I--.. bronze Statue a Ci-nfed elected by the ('olll'ederate lial to the metiimy "f went tro.n ilns parish t-o u.-r.-e or i lie Soi.ih. was imvi-iled yesterday afternoon, i: i the anniversary tbn of U-iton Rouge, with approp1 i.it-b ceri-niouies. A Brltisb Shh. NKW Anp. British ship Jvord Raglan is posted on the .Maritime Exchange. HS missing. She sailed from San Francl-ii-o for Cork, Ireland. Feb. 26, last, and lias not since been heard from. Her owners have about given her up as lost.___________________ The Indianapolis Sentinel Sold. WASHINGTON, Aug. Is stated here that Senator-elect Calvin S. Brice baa bought the Indianapolis Sentinel. The sale, it is said, was made about two weeks ago. _________________ Renominated to Cong-reita. DALLAS, Tex., Aug. Joseph Abbey was renominated to congress at the Sixth Democratic congressional conven- tion 5'esterday. in was inn nc'im linn an extension of four mouths. grant the idi St. Paul WASHIVIITHN. Am mittee of St. Pan! Noble vestei-day th amiuaiion of the ev recent order wa- U-i-ed, count of the population o Xoble said he wouui tion of the urn now in progress he. he should rescind tin liens'com- to Secretary ult of their ex- iiiHin u bich the I, duvet a re- DI' t lie city. Mr. the termina- i 'if the returns deriding whether Meeting of Farmers' Alliance. XKW Aug. Times- ni-nmcrnt's Starkvili.-. .Miss., special tin- State Farmers'alliance met yesterday, ill-legates being lire-sent. I '.tlhoun and Clay were the. only coiir.tie- not ri-pre- The day was spent in appointing and to the it-port o[ President Pattis, which was of a very en- couraging character. Ari-fslod for Forgery. XEW YORK, Aug. Flor- ence Hogate of the Fourth ward, Camuen, X. J., h.is been arrested hav- ing forged t-lie, name of Ed'.vard ]j. (barter for three bonds anJ mortgages for and the name of K. B. Loop to one bond nnd mortgage for Hogate was held in bail. CriK'AGo. Ail'.', li. --The rac terday resiil.cil as First IMC-, mile; Di-id r, ond. K'ai-er i hird: time. Second race. 1 nitle: Mnntpelicr second, time. Tlliid i-a.'e, PC m Ic I M-Illi'- 1 I' s here yes- it, J. .f. sec- Daly tirst, third- Quota- AN ATTRACTIVE SHOW! A HKVrVAL Kitclll'11 I si Sni tllfll Large mouse traps, best. Carpeiiteta' liamme.-s, Hard wood meat boards, Uosoin boards, Wood chopping bowls, .1 tolOc. Clay (ire pots, ami .'We. Sheet iron fry pane, fie. Wtillla irons, 4SU-. All sizes of dripping pans [from 0 to H aud 8 lo IU inches, 8 to 18c, I'alU'it cookers for roast meal? and fowl, -Jo. Uandy clamps or hand screws, Dove-tail mixing boards, Sad lions, SI aud '.'Sc. llalsteHil's porcelain royal boiler, >ku all ik.nds of food, Large colliinders, lOc, Pic turners, Uc. 1'ie luriicrs, 5c. Heavy tin scoops, l.'ic. j 4 quart suds dippers, lOe. Larue 2 ijuurt drinking dippt-rs, lOc. drinking dippers, 4 and 5c. Household Arlifl.-s. Tiiuvaiv and forsumiii, r list-. Heavy hasting spoons, -tc. Cake turners, Ic. Larp: wood Imnillc ppomis, Ic. Hound bread mixers, Tumbler drainers, Fancy spring lamp brackets. Two qiuu-t stcw [mn, 10l. I'ot :i. 4. ,Tc. Tea steapor, heavy tin, Two quart ten and pnt.s. No. S wash boiler copper bottoms, Ten, foiirlt-L-n ami si-vcnteen rinsiiig pans, 21, 24, Tin pails covered, one quart, Tie., one and one-half quart, two quart, 7C., two anil one-half quart, three qaart four quart, 12c., six quart, 15e. Patent pop-all cornpoppers, 9c. Toy sprinkling cans. 4c. Two pound lea and coffee canisters One pound toiicauistur, 7c. Oneqimrt graduatuil meiiHurcs. SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT VV (ind 1 eitn'im- the caliKi-jiidi; Hi-iti'-h ino Moni- de; Ini'inshcd. LO., I'atem Atloriiejs, Ills 7Ui hi. asliiiiKton, n. e.opp U S. Pun-in of- I'ijtents, (nvenlnaiid t'rade Marks refricU-red. All I'liti-m IIIIHIIIIMM for modi-rate KCCB. Inforiiniti. n' Advice mid Hpi'cial bent, on request' III M'WTii Jil" Ut'livt for us. Persons iirr- 11 1 1 c tilt, who, an horse ill 1 KllldS Ol JIUl'StT iniL lo Spure muinunls n lay lit-la out- T S'cir Dutcl1 THE ROSES ARE BLOSSOMING. -----oxo----- and gentlcmoii, you are all invited to call and ex- amine slock and prices Orders taken now for next fall or spring delivering of' nursery stock, i-nernl Atfl-n H, KAMSIIKI.I, A V. Lave, the largest assort, nent of Patent Leatlier Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, land and niaehinc: yewed. We any a complete line of IS7 KT- fL ETON'S Fine Shoes. If 'ou want a nice-fitting and tylisli shoe, try a pair of this nuke. You will like them. Our GENTS' 8-1.00 Calf 3hoe in Button and Congress, n broad, medium or narrow oe, is the best shoe, for the noney that has ever been of- ered to any trade. Come and examine them or yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street Oninil Cl BriTAI.O, .1, meet '.ir1, v-.-a yesterday was pnst the hciivyeoii'liiioii Driving park, t ruins of tin- moniiii game-; h I he the terminal inn season. The Uoive. now a of the Buffalo same. lie K-aii'! circuit have here meii on of of the track at tlie by tins incessant The Wort. Sl'RlM.KH-l II. Fifer vestei'da'- bill IULS an enn-r it, and will tain- '.s "Fair Kill 111-.. li Covprnoi irolliiri! altael-.ed his fair bill. The jei-ey attached to effect at once. Oi.lil tor Knrope. WAsiitN-oTiiN, Ami. treasury piirtment is..idvised thut KriU.KXi in bars were paid out at the assay office in New York cil.y yesterday Cor shipment to Europe by to-day's steamer. shire Steamship .Arrivals Yesterday. V YoitK, Arrived, Monmouth- fruni Jaitan and t'hina. Aisles from from PHII.ADEI.I'HIA, Aug. Arrived, British iroin Liverpool. MOVII.IJS, Aug Arrived, Ethiopia, New York for Glasgow. DID YOU EVER LookontheLabel i of your favorite baking powder to sec if all the ingredients are published 1 Ammonia, a substance injurious to health, is an adulterant of some high- priced baking powders advertised and generally believed to be "absolutely pure." Cheap, prize, and gift powders j contain alum, terra alba, as well as ammonia. ,_, Housekeepers who desire pure and wholesome food should refuse to buy i ANY baking powder, no matter what its reputation, unless all the ingredients i are frankly made known. For many years all the ingredients j used in Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder have been published on every j label, and the analysis as stated is veri- fied by Official Reports, the highest t testimony in the land. CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER CO., 81 483 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK, i Th. F. Vandermeulen, Cor. Eagle and 7th Sis., Dunkirk, N. Y Bufful ANDERSON AMKIIICAN lUiOCK. Main Street, N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: "Socoml to wish to he sccoiii) HOIK' in your Try ami si.-o. sit iinpn-ss upon our out ol'town iViutiils, in vifiw of the eliaujri's in the tariir ami l.lii: proDuble iniTi-.-tsc in the of nuarly all liiml.s ol nry tbul inoiilli ol .lime; will TIIK month thuin to siiop. I'nccM wi-rt; never lowci than tlioy arc a I, pn-sei.l in our ston-. 11' ihe propOhi-d tariff priui-s iniisl go up. jmsse.-i, We are oin-.rinjr in sateens anil anil Hiinimor wash rubrics of all kinds. Thu balance of our htock ol'elojiliH are clu-up, We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed fihirts and drawers in medium weights, alSOc. per suit. Gentlemen's Ualbriggan underwear Me. per suit. Gentlemen's blue aui-ola shirts and drawers at each, 40e. goods. Ladies' Jerbey vests as low as lOc each. allies' ballitigiinn vc.sli- with lace triniiniiur, only wurlli '-Tic. Gooil ven.s ii' 2.M-. each. White and black lisle thicad Jersc-y ols :il '-ni-li. Liiu-n prii-is will be considerably ml- i vniic-ud if tin: tarilf ,s clinntcd. Ofr prices an; much below even curn nt I mid we are sellini; line clothH, napkins, D'OjIejs. tov.els, etc at rare I bargains New htylcH in pa-as-ds. New Mjlc- in cloves. N--W ,t} Ics in ho1 ierv. in Buffalo for ,Carpels, Hugs. Uraninp .md 'iphulKtenngJnbrics. AMLIIICAN JJJ.UCK, MA STREET, JlL'l-KALO, N. V. .C.C, PEN FOLD Mauufnctiircranii Imperter, MAIN ST.. ItUFFAI.O. N. Y. Fertilizer Manufacturers Assign. PHILADKI.PIHA, AUK. E. Co., fertiliser manufacturers, made an assignment yesterday. No statement of n-sets and liabilities has yet obtained. Verdict of Juntlflable Homicide. ClIATU.KSTOX, S. C., Auff t! Tlie coro- i lo autuul chcniu in jour nL.ite.c.ou ner'B jury in case of Green who killed I Or liis wife's purtimour, Ahrens. ycutp-ilay re- t i 4'tffc turned a verdict of justifiable homicide. i I'atcnl Ollice. c. CHWIR, ir.'t Trade M.-iil> .-I.tamed, .mil <11 Patent tjiuincHsconilue.LcO lor .Moiicriitc Fcc-f1. Inn- otlli-.ri-i nppot-Kc I' u 1'llK nt oiil- e. We have-ito all tdii-uic-hb can ti-iiiis.i'-t }.ft-ii-nt tmpine ;n less lime uml al LOSH I oct tliaa rcuiolc from I ton. Send it-.oicl, or phoio, des- crip'ion. it pi-te-itahlo nr pot. free ol charge.i mi l--c iv.t ,'m- i.h i in 1.1 n i-m-iircd j Ai-ook, '-Hov. to O'lta'n I'liieni- witl ref- nty. Diainundn, DKALKIl IN Watches and Jewelry, (Jn is, etc riQLII SIL I'Kft FLA TIK COMPJ-KTK LINK OF MAIN STJKKET, BUFFALO, N. Y. Made (ffllrby. GEP. A. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures EWSPAP.E.RS   

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