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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. J3 '-.I B REPRESENTATIVE DSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW mTLLMO MACHINE for ruling all kinds of blanks U the latest anilition to he Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Company, BB. GXrrORD, 223 and 225 Central Are Artiltic Photographer Instantaneous Photographs of Babies a specialty. Sitters ieed not wait for sunshine except for HOOK BINDEBY-jAMCg IBVISO. Pro- prietor, No. 18 K. Second street, near Bui lalo street, Dunkirk. N. V. Magazines, Mu fsmphleta, etc., bonnd iu all styles. attended to. AU work guaranteed. BCKCHKR'S CROCKKBt HOUSE, 308 Central A venae. Wdoiceale and retail dealer in 12 anc Jomeetic China, Glassware, Ac. u 1HAUTADQCA HOTEL, J Bates, f 1 per day. utTerv and Hoarding Stable IB connection. Victor Rider, and 337 Lion street. rtITT BARBER SHOP V Chas. Nagle, Prop., Under Lake Shore National Bank, corner Canter anil Third A fine stock ot Foreign and Domestic Ugara. 1 EVENING OBSERVER. Daily in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKIRK ENGINEERING COUP AN V, rormerly Sellew Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns. Forgmga. Castings, and Machine Work so order. J DUNKIRK SHIRT CO, 103, SOS and -m; I f Center street, Manufacturers ot thi and "Dunkirk" perfect fitting Dress Shirts. On sale in all leading lurmshing clothing and dry goods houses in Dun kirk Dr. TOO9CET, 434 and '.36 Lion ntrcel, Dealer in Floor, Feed, alt. Baled Hay. Puos- etc. EetablUued, 1877. I'BLE HOTEL and Ulmng Saloon, Umoi, CA Depot. Easy access to all trains and bus- iness honsea. Beat accommodations tor Com nercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. EHLERS CO, 97 and E. Tfiird street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- aolstermg. Picture Frainea made to order. rri D. MATTESON A CO., SOI Central -We., Leaders ot Fashion Gentlemen ijultluers II ARELJ, STEAM HEATLNO CO., anaiacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Samlary Plumbing a Specialty. LJ OAIE STE.4JI Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOc; io; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv ery. A Cammings, '207 Center street. IT K. OKiLH. E. Third at, cor. of Buffalo Manulac.arer and dealer in Fine Boole it Shoes II KNBY WETLER'S MEW STORE, 103 E _ and everyUupg pertaining to a first ___ Toinl at. Books. Stationery, Musical aod weekly Papers _ _ _ lo a first book tlore. Schooi Books a specialty. JOB FRUITING ol every description and al lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St. JBL VAN BDREN SOS, Fire. Lile Accident and General lasuracoa. Deal- ers m Real Estate and Loans. Pariiculai Attention paid to tae cuu-e ot property collect iag rents Ac. 219 Center at., 2nd floor. Vf ONROE'8 PHARMACY, 300 Central Avenue for Wall Paper Paint Oils, Ac. DKRK1N9, J. W., f 809 Cenler street, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Saddles collars. Buffalo Koboa Hone Covers Glo-veaMitteaaapdSleigb Hobja 0 SCHOLTES, 1 17 East Third street faaiiionable Tailor. Gentlemea will nnU it to eneir advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PB. GARY U CO., Lion street, fereoeral Lead.Oila.ParuSor'i Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special ty of Williams and Monroe range RULING, inch as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, S and 10 E. Second St. RUDOLPH MOLUKNHAUER, i Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., Dealer in Granite, Marble, flagging anil Building Stone. Call on me t-clore buying four Bide-wilt. R ISLES CO, 7 and 9 Eaat Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. 6ez.eral Liquor Store for iJae- T> OB.EKT MeKAY, XX Ition street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabhng by the day or week on reasonable terms. J. OIKFORD, Ml Central Ave. l 0 General Insurance and Beal Estatt Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, uncl Live Stock Insurance. Prompr attention given to buying inu selling Beal Estate. rr c. JONKS, 1 75 E. Third st, cor. Deer. ticeUior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anu Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oyster? am. Poultry. W W ATCUKS, JEWEI.KT, AC. Boy tne Aurora Bailroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frank F. Stapl. S3 K. Third at. M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, 16 Central Avenue HEALTH IS WEALTH! DK. K. C. WEST'S SKRVK AND BRAID TPF.ATMENT, a guaranteed specific tor Ilyste na, Convolaions, Fita, Servoiu Neuralgia, Heudacne, Nervous Prostration caused by the ol alcobol CT tabacco, Wake Jullneaa, Mental Depression, Soltening of th Brain resulting in insanity and leading tc misery, decay and death, Premature Old Axe Low at Dover in either sex, In voluntary aod Spermatcr-ioui canseo by over-exertion ol the brain. Mil-abuse or over-indulgence. Each box oontainsonemobUu treatment. tLOOa boxes for ts.00 To cure any CUM. With each order receiv by u> for six boxes, accompanied with HOC, t, will lend the purcnaaer our writtxn to refund the U tlie treatment does n effect cnrb.euaranteei issaed only by MON nos's PdABMACT. Sole ATCUt, 800 Centr DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1890. NO. 71. WEEKLY TRADE REMEW. THE VOLUME Of TRADE CONTINUES REMARKABLY LARGE. A Slight Reaction from Ac- tivity l> Obtcrved ID Some lacrciue In the Foreign Trade. No MateilMl CUiuige Rcpurtid In tfa. Money I'aclurei al the Week. NEW YOI-K. i K Dim i Co.'s weekly reUnv trade ft ij, uolaoij St there is on.....v. ,ct ity which prevailed before the new tariff went Into effect, demand of time having been antisflert by dealings in anticipation of that measure But at nearly all cities trade continues remark- ably large, and the pnyment.1 through all clearing housea outside for the month of October will probably the ever recorded in any month, exceeding those of liust October by about per cent., and those of last May. which were mll- lious ami the largest ever known, by about 10 per cent. Foreign trade for tup month will certainly prove much the largest ever known, and the great are un usually active. Boston notes increasing capacity by th ale-. of a.OOU.OUU bushels oats being atronacr also. Oil has declined 3% on small trading. The rates at New York have varied videly and the treasury has taken ID during the about" more ban it luc- pin out, new silver notes in- cluded. The Bank of England does not change it> rate, though it lost STPO.UOO in gold, and the Bank of France S1.830.MO. Foreign exchange been weaker, drop- ping from Hfeo.750 to London operations in American stock-, seem to have caused much of the fluctuation in the rate Best foundry iron is unchanged here, at Philadelphia and at but iron is weak and at Pitts- bnrs lower, with steel rails 50cents lower. Disagreements in the association are re- ported ami the market here is demoral- ized, with sales reported at at mill. Copper Is sold by outside holders at 16.82. cent-.; tin is steady at 21.50and lead strong at both raw and refined, is a shade lower. But the general average of prices is a fraction higher than a week ago. This accounts in part to the enormous volume of exchanges throughout the country, but theie remains an apparent increase of over 6 per cent in rhe volume of business exclusive of the diffe-rence in prices. The exports from this port for four weeks have been larger in value than last year when October exports of the whole country were nearly which indicates for month much the largest movement on record. Imports here aKo show an increase over last year of t'.o.OD.OOO, so thtit the aggregate for the mouth mav reach Business failures-occurring throughout the country during the past seven days number for the United States 190, and for Canada 28, or a total of 218, as compared with a total of last week. For the cor- responding week of last year the figures were 261, representing 229 failures in the United States and 32 in the Dominion of ________________ NO COERCION. HERE AM THE FIGURES. EIGHTY-ONE SOULS PERISH .Oflclal Ennmarallon of the Two SUtr, Dhow a Slight TERRIBLE OCSAN DISASTER WITHIN WASHINGTON, Xov. census SIQHT OF LAND, 'yesterday announced the of United States as shown by the first count of persons and families, eielnslveof persons in Indian Territory, Indians reservations, aid Alaska to be These may be slightly changed by late and moreexact compilations, but such changer will not be material. In 1880 the population was 50.1S5, 872. absolute Increase of the population in the ten years Intervening was and the percentage of Increase was 24.57. In 1870 the population was stated as According to these figures the increase in the decade between 1870 and 1880 was and the percentage of increase WHS .30.08. The population of the states and terri- tories, together with increases since 1880, placed as follows: KORTHBRJ! niTTSIOX. Population. Increase. WS.S57 Indiana Illinois.......... Michigan ....1.6S3.6S7 _ Minnesota Iowa North South Dakota Nebraska Kansas 6 i 9, Jit 14.5.516 U7.3S9 Maine. NORTH ATLANTIC DITIBION Nsw Hampshire Vermont 375.827 Rhode Inland Connecticnt.. New York New Jersey Pennsylvania. 845.3W 74S.IWI 28.834 91 4S.1.328 tt.ia 123.1U1 5.248.574 SOUTH ATLANTIC OIVUIu.V. Delnwiire Maryland Di-lni't of Columbia 105.448 Virginia N'urtL t'arolma Georaia....... Florida CENTRAL DITllXON. Kentucky Tennessee... Mississippi Louisiana... Texas Oklahoma.. Arkansas__ Montana__ Wyoming -oiorai-lo Nt-w Mexico Arizona Utah Xevada Idaho WESTERN D1T18ION. 131.7S9 59.091 151.584 29-', 186 221. ;M 246.5M W.610 I 39.SOO I 35.-S7 19.251 (decrease) The Spanlih Steamer Tlzeaya Collides With nm Hnknawn Schooner Off the Coast A Frightful Death TTIth Pauencari Clinging to the Masts ot Sinking Veiieli. NEW YORK, Xov. short miles off BarnegHt oa th? Jersey coast on evening win the atcamship VUCHJ-H on her WHy to Havana. Nearby wa-. .in un- known and probably unseen schooner. The night wao moon ihiu- ina brightly, ths sea smooth. The Imur, minutes later Ix-th were at the bottom nf the --ea nn 1 with them sank eighty-one of their p isseugers ;irvl In those sevpn minutes a collision and deuth sti uscg'e with the wave, had laken place: n -rene ha 1 occurred whir-h even survivo'- cannot give details of. without stopping to make sure that it in not all a horrible dream The entire lot of passengers of the Vizcaya were lout. Their names are: SESOH Pi- un, a partner of the firm of J. M. rebailo.., Co of this city, and one of the owners of the lost -teamship. M. A CAI.VII, wife and -.on. M. FI-RK ami r.vo chikli-en. ATI DtTTPJ .tv. rvt IZ. ACAIHIV RAMON A LV Jnv F. Hi.UMAX. II.AM. Lir.n PKLUON-. JOSK .M. G-AKfiA. Twelve of the crew of seventy-seven were saved from the steamship. The fata of the crew of the schooner is still un- known. The fliNt news received of the disaster in this city uns when the steamer Humboldt from Brazil arrived at her dock in Brooklyn, having on board the twelve survivors of the catastrophe, which she had picked up at daybreak yesterday morninz. Capt. Black of the Humboldt said that at daybreak yesterday morning his ship was off Barnegat light. Suddenly, from off their port buw, fame a cry for "help. Peanng in that direction, through the mist of early morning, the officers of the Humboldt saw three masti sticking ont of the water and clin-jiiig to the yards and riftgiug. people were seen. Capt. Block of the steamer Humboldt, in an interview with a United Press re- porter, said: were passing Bnrnegat at S o'clock last night Trere a swell on Oregon 3U490 Jalii'orniti.........l Vennont aud Nevada are two states that show a deei-e.'iee iu population during the :iecade. In the former there has been a trifling absolute decrease; while Nevada shows an iibiuhtie diminution in popula- tion of or nearly U'.f p.-r cent.; leaving it, in population, the smallest of all the states AN ELMIRA TRAGEDY. William Decker Kllla a Woman Because Him. EI.MIRA, X. V., Nov. 1 -Another of the tragedies wbich havn won Elmira a Irfrge imouut of unpleasant occurred ast evening at 57 North Main street. Misses Hill uud Decker run a dressmak- ug establishment there and neither en- ioyed a goixl ivimtation. Neither did Mrs. Fo-.ter, a widow of 30, who often vls- ted there. She b.ul been keeping com- )aay with William Decker, a mill man, ,nd was going to marrv him, but changed ier mind iu favor of a mochanic in the jridye factory. Decker learned of this yesterday and threatened to shoot her and himself. calle 1 on Mrs. Foster in the Hill and Decker women's rooms last evening and without any threats drew a revolver and fatally shot the woman. The .ill penetrated her brain near the left temple. Mrs. Foster was good look- ing. was a widow and had a child 13 years old. Decker escaped and at a late hour had not been caught. Ho is 32 years old. _ Firebug at Worta Hi Erie. ERIE, Pa., Nov. Erie has suffered se- verely recently from tiie work of flrebugs aud Wednesday night fires broke out in four different parts of the city. In one instance three families barely escaped with their lives. Ferdinand Fescaer was arrested on suspicion and other arrests will follow. juil something of a It was such a night us one might expect to undergo an uncanny experience. Suddenly I he.irrl I an awful yell. In the we could Just discerii a sight as oul I bring terror to the most experienced Oti a 1 coupie of niHst-t with the r heads just lifted clear of the water scores of human beings were cl'iig'ng They clung with tin1 desperation nf d-ath. and although they had in the cold wattr for nearlv twelve they apparently hoped agHlnst hope that something would occur to save them. "As we drew near the poor fi-llows gave ayell of drllshr Not one of them could speak English, but we kneiv that their Spanish ejactitatio'is were words of thnnksglvinc; for their providential rescue from a watery L-rave. AVe lowered the boats with will ng luiiids, tlie sailors pulled away with a and we were soon alongside of ihe unfortunates. They were brought nbourd and made as com- foirableas cn-ciiiiist.-uices would permit. THE RACING RECORD. At Linden Park. LINDEN PARK, N. J.. Xov. of yesterday's races: race. 5H Jeems 1, M.ibel Glenn :j; time, Stroii'l '.ice. Js mile -Text 1, Drizzle2, Jack Third r.i.e, 1 1-lti 1, Cassias L1. Els ton time, Fourth r.u colt 1, Ketchum 2, Con es.-.a tUy :j; time, FiftL nice. 1, Salute Quotation 3: time, Sixth race, mile-Renounce 1. Reporter 2, My Fellow 3; time, Employes of Erie Railroad Are Free to Vote They Choose. PHILADELPHIA, Xov. following circular, issued yesterday afternoon, has been telegraphed to thi station agents along the line of the Reading railroad, with instructions to post iu a conspicuous place. Copies have also been mailed to he superintendents of the various shops and heads of departments were instructed to por-t the notk-e; T i All Employes-It is rumore't that an temot been made by subordinate officials of the company to coerce employes to vote for tnvore i camliilites for public office through of dismissal. No excess of partisan zeal induce any to violate the law. and the will under no circumstances toil-rate any from any quarter with the fn-j .in 1 unrestricted exercise of the right of to vote in accordance with their individual preference. A. A. "McLr.OD. and General Speaker ICced a Cold. ELM IRA, X. Y., -Nov. 1.-Speaker Reed nddn-ssed a big meeting here last night and talked on the McKinley bill for an hour. He was suffering with a cold and with difficulty. THE reappearance of lagrippe in Europe should warn Americans to be in readiness, in case the epidemic returns to our shores. Catarrh, the forerunner of the disease can easily be cured by the use of Old Saul's Catarrh Care. If your baby is sick, aufferins; and crying with pain of cutting teeth, soothe it with Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. It is safe. Price 35 cents. At- "Washington. WASHINGTON, Nov. races re- sulted as follows: First race, H mile-Benjamin 1, Cerebas 2, Bertha B3: time, Second race, I 1-lti 1, Silleck 2, Cornelias; time, Third race, mile-O'Falece 1, Virgie 3, Coldstream 3: time, Fourth race, 1, Prather L', Waterson 3; time Fifth race, Zangbar 1, Longshot 2, Grey Gown 3; time, At Nashrille. NASHTTLLH, Tenn., Nov. The races here yesterday resulted as follows: First race, Blanche's Last 1, Drift 2. Maud B 3; time, Second race, Grey Cloud 1, Mamie Fonso 2, Eugenia 3; time, Third Sundial 1, Lord Tom HimyarZ, The Moor 3: time, lill. Fourth race. 1 mile and 70 Dollikene i 1, Carter B 2, Monita Hardy 3; time, I Fifth race, H mile- J. T. H. 1, 2, Miss Francis 3: time, After the resitted mariners had somewhat recovered their composure they related the av> fill experience of the nisjht :is well as they could. The they debcrilx-d were hean rending in the extreme. Many of the passengers were in the cabin when the crash occurred. The boat sank in five minutes after the first shock. The schooner which collided with the Vlzcaya was an American ship. Five of her crew managed to reach the shore in safety. The names of the Vizctiv a's crew res- cued are as. follows: FELIPE HAZAS. first officer. UABK1KL OVAS, second officer. FRANCISCO Si ERA, first engineer. Dr.. ANDRES Riro. surgeon. 1 At Gloucester. GLOUCESTER, N. J., Nov. 1. Yesterday's t rates ic-tuUcd as follows: I First race, Thad Howe 1, En- glewoo I 2. Aqua.sCO 3. time. 4-5. I race, iniU Oberlln 1, Judge Miti Uiura S time, Third race, B Fred Taral 1, Faus- tina Guard tliue. I 21 Ji. Fourth race, Js BeLarius 1, Juggler 2, Sea Bird 3: Fifth rare, WoodburB 1, RoaetU John Jm So; time, F. I.OPEZ JUAN- SEV.HS ANGEL LKON JOSE MENPIVNA RAMON MiivnxFz. RAMON PEREZ. P. ARELLAMI, sramen. The men were chilled to the bone from their exposure to wind and wave and could not hold out much longer. They were taken on board the Humboldt, brought to this city and taken at once to the office of J. M. Ceballos Co.. 90 Wall sti-pet, the owners of the Vizcaya. The firm had received notice of the loss of their vessel from the Maritime Exchange but a few minutes before the survivors walked into the office. For the next hour all was excitement in the office of Cebaluis Co. None of the survivors coulil talk Knglish, and for some time it was impossible to obtain from any of them a correct account of the wreck From Dr. Kico the best account ob- tained. Dr. liico said: "Everything was, working niceiy. The weather was line, the moon shone bright and the sea was smooth. It was about 8 o'clock wheu I was on deck and took a few turns back and forth while smoking an after-dinner cigarette. I didn't see any vessel near us. The ship was in charge of the first officer. who was on the bridge. I went down to the saloon then, and there met XIrs.Calvos. We sat down and began talking. Sud- denly I heard the gong in the engine room ring the -Rtop'' signal. Before I could even wonder what it was for, there cutue an awful shock. crashing, scraping sound on the deck over our heads, and the steamer rolled well over on her port side. Everybody in the saloon was thrown down. All was men. women and children shrieking for from what th-y did not know. Calvos my hands aud me to tind and save her boy. I told her I would. I started up to the deck to tind him. When I got out of the companiouway, a terrible .scene met ray eyes. The bridge, deckhouse and fore-rigging weie all torn away: there was a groat gash in the star- I board side, just abaft the coal t and through this opening the water was pouring in. by on our starboard beam wns a bits four-masted schooner, her bowsprit aud fore-riaging gone and I her bow stove -in. She, too. was fllling rapidly. Men were running here and i 1 there all over her shouting all kinds of orders, and I can remember see- ing the crew of the schooner doing the lame thing on their vessel. "The next thing I knew water was Railroad Notes. making over our decks. The 51 earner was fasc sinking. With a wild Idea of savinf ourselvea. several of the crew and scrambled up the port fore-rigging. Down down went the.-te.imerauu upweelmib-d We ruacl.url the fore-gallant yard and jusi than the hull reached the botiom. Tnii lefr us just out of w.ui-r, a ry largo would wet our legs. There twelve of us on the yard. Some of oui crew had tried to rrach thr schooner, but she had sunk as quickly as had tb< i upp-r bsrths to lower ones on Vizcaya, and as far as we could see not a soul but ourselves was in sight. One of the men on the yard said that while climb ing the rigging he had seen a boat lowered --------j frtmi the schooner and seven men get In car shops cannot build them fast enough. The Railway Age calls attention to the tax system by which berths in Pull- man cars are reserved, by citing an in- stance where all the berths were ed and only two upper and one lower were occupied, the porter refusing to change tiie through passengers in the the ground lhat they had beeu reserved. The demand for freight cars is so great throughout the country that the and row away "We looked all around, but couldn't anything. Then in hope of attracting the Every car building factory in the coun- try is running night and day, still the anything. Then in hope of attracting the "e attention of some vessel or some number of Dew cars turned out does not one on the shore (we were only six mileg appear to fill up the great gap. The off the coast) we cut the tarred ropes on different railroads have to take part of their orders iu tu as the shops cannot fill out any one order entire, but divide the numbtr up among the different roads the into pieces a foot and lighting these, waved air as long HS they lasted. two long no one came to our aid, and all through the long night we clung to that yard, growing colder and stift'er as each hour passed. Toward daybrea, a cold fog settled onus men say the courtesy of and made matters worse. When one of i resident John King of the Erie in Ilia the men on the yard he thought he dealings wiih the representatives of the heard a steamer passing by, we all hal would permit us to. its appearance and Then a boat we were taken on board the Humboldt. We could not have held ont much longer." From the second officer some more facts were obtained. He wa.s on deck standing under the bridge when the collision oc- curred. He said the steamer's lights were burning right aud the watch on deck at their posts. He did not see the schooner nntil the first officer m the bridge rang the signal to stop. "At the time he rang to said Second Officer Covns, "Capt. Cunill had just come from supper aud was up on the bridge. Before he had time to move the schooner .struck ns, her bowsprit striking, and as far as I could sea instantly killing Capt. Ctinill. Our headway carried us along and the bow- sprit knocked down bridge house and rig- ging. I was covered by the debris ana badly cut in the head and side of my nei k. I got out of the tangle about the time the water commenced io run over the decks, and then I took to the rigging with the others. staid there from 0 o'clock In the evening until 5 the next morning, and were completely exhausted when taken off by the crew ot' the Humboldt." Late last eveningoneof the shipwrecked men was seeu on board the Cui lad Gon- dola, another ship of Ceballos Co., lay- ing at pier 21, North river. He told practically the same story as Dr. Rico's and the second mate, adding that at the time the collision nearly all of the Tizcaya's crew were usleep, being worn out with the hard work attendant upon leav.ng port. Only those on d'lty were up and about. He said that befxre the lashings of the boats could be olT preparatory to lowering them the Vizcayt's deck..s were under water. Ha saw several p r-ons in the water clinging to floating debris, spm, hatches anrj wreckage, but all these soon sank. .U the office of the company but little in formation rould In- obtained. Xo views could be had with, the MU-VIV. rx, and those obtaine 1 were gotten outside the oflice. It wasstated tlia' Seuor Calvo.s. who per- ished with his, v, and son. w.i-. ti part- ner the house of Fraucke Co. of Havana. the biggest and richest sugar house in Cuba. He was on his way home with his family. The Vizcaya wni one of the steamers of the C'ompa'iia Trans-Atlantica owned by J. M L'ebullo, S: Co She had just been overhauled and this was her first trip after being reiHi-d. She was of 1.3SS tons rpg- isier, ffiT feet long and had accommoda- tions for ti'ty passengers. Sim was bark- entine rigged. 1 he c-uyn of the Vizcaya WAS a general one, compiismj; lumber, provisions, Imnl- ware, furnkn e und machinery. The whole cargo WH.S v ilucd nt SUO.OOO. The vessel WHS insured in the owners. The ucaya an iron vessel and formerly plied betw-rn NPW York and Mediter- ranean points. Several theories are advanced of the collis on, but as none of the survivors ac- cord nii to their it.Lteim'uK saw the schooner she struck the steamer, it is not aii'l proki'ih w.ll uot be known just how the affair happened. An inves- tigation will i, My be made by the company Mr. Hsrnice of Ceballos Co. was sent to BnriK 113 soon as word was received ihe di-aster to see what he could there. It is expected that of thi- .M.lies will be washed ashore at that point 'I bp tng Hercules has arrived at Leiiea. Del with tun of the schooner's crew and -even passengers from the steamer Vizcaya. Ti-e schooner which collided with the Vizcaya ivas the Har- gravei, co.il laden from Lewes, Del., for Fall River, Mass., in charge of Capt. Allen. V County Noten. The fifth page of the Sinclairville Commercial (his week was pied. The p ige appears with a brief statement of the fact by the editor, iu the middle of tue blankness, ending "now is the time to subscribe." Mr. AloLeau sectna to believe the 'uminercial more attractiv when there is no matter in it. An Albany dispatch snys: Adam Ports of Jamestown ha? been awarded the countract for the erection of James- town Armory at He was the only bidder. A .lamestown dispatch says that word was received there yesterday of the death at Uonneaut. 0 of Gilbert W. Hazeltine of that city. Huzeltine, al though but 2? years old. has had a re- markable history. Of lute he has been sick in the west, and came as near home as the agreement of stispe ided sentence would atCouoeatit, 0.. near the State Hoc, sent for hi- mother. She. alvrtug devoting her life to him, at once went [here, where, after being with him -4 bourn herdied iu he arms. He was an only son of Dr. G W. Hazekiue, oneof the oldest re of Jamestown, at i ne time wealthy and wi.Iely known. money has been used to save his son, and today he is li-fl childless and in poverty Savers on the Alert. BKACH HAVKV. N. J., Nov. crew of the life-a.iviug station patrolled the beach all dav j-esterday, but neither wreckage or bodies h tve come ashore from the wreck. The wrecks las off shore in about forty feet of water and are directly in the track of ocean stsamers and coast- oj- TI uuoim ers and it ip possible that some of the land in crew and of the steamer Tizeaya may have been picked up The ut Philadelphia. -L.J.UU TT o PHILADELPHIA, Xov. trotting Polowy land in Dunkirk races at Point Breeze uriving park were QJohn Burrows T resumed ye.-terday. 'i he unfinished 'n Dunkirk pacing race was won by Lady Hamilton, Berry Davis was second and Grover S third, be-t time, inu, nine, w juruon to The unfinished trotting race went land in Dunkirk I Rnx- atll'MM lluot-c Kainn 1? Bri ft It O tl H to Wild Boy, seveu heats being trotted. Highland Boy secnn'l and Gen. Ben- ham third; be-t time, 2: In the first race trotting race, without rcMilt, on yesterday's card, a heats Cypress, trotted Soudan and Camille each getting two heats; best time, IV- The next race vras also unfinished. It was a class trot, and Allen Hpragne had two heats his credit aud Jim Graham one, wheti darkness pnt a stop to the sport- best time, Crushed Bet-ween Bumpers. BLTFALO, Xov. Frank a Polo 85 years old. employed as a car rapalrer ia the Xew York Central yards at William street, while punhins a car along the track in proportion to the size of the order. Railroad men say the courtesy of employees who called upon him recent- ly for an increase of wages most excellent effect. Instead of hold- ing then) offal arm's length he received them pleasantly, listened respectfully and then laid before them facts that prove that the company coul I not grant the desired advance. The men were satisfied, they had been treated right and their estimation of President King has risen a great n.any per cent. A GRAND DISPLAY Of all the most popular Games and Amusements. The best selection ever offered can be found on our Sporting Counter. Advertised The foil owing letters remained uncalled for in the U.S. postoffice, Dunkirk, N. Y., on Saturday. 1, 1890. Persons calling for them will please say "adver- tised." W ir zata Gages, b S Crocker, 2, .Mrs Martha Welsh, Sirs ilary Kerne, Mrs Wm Johnton, Mrs Ida Lathrop, Miss Maggie Walsh, Miss Emma'Richter. C. M. REKD, M. Iteal Krilmtu Tnuwfen The following transfers of real estate were recorded with the county clerk io Mayville, N. Y.: Myron H Eggleston to Onille Eggles- top land in Harmony, L. F. Free Association to D. W. Hen- derson. Augustus Wright to Malcolm Clark land in Laona. Melvin J Knox to Minnie L Blandine land in Silver Cieek, Peter Fry to George A Kcapp. land in Hanover, 8150. Ransom Briggs to Henry Knight land in Hunoyer, _George M Newton to Wm. Bookstav- er land in Dunkirk, 47.2.02. Charles B Chapiu to L B and
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