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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York REPRESENTATIVE i BATTLE-SCARKED HEROES i USINESS HOUSES j THOUSANDS OF VETERANS IN LINE OF DUNKIRK; IN BOSTON. RUL.LNC, MACHINE: ior -'i all kinds o! blanks the latent audit h-- Meolinnii-jil Department of I.EXASDEK'8' >al aim Wood Yard. TIT-, Central opposite Nickel Plat' All mule- ot Hard end Soil Coal, Wuodt Lumber. nglcat and Lath. Free for wholesale Inu- a toucited. Parade T.ke. nearly ail Hour, to j FMI a Given Homing Recep- I tiou to President Sturdy Vetorana Cheered to Kcha by an KntbiultuiUc on the Speech. Bosiox. the weatlierbeen mad' to u.Jei fur .he veterans me condi- c'ltilJ imr.liy be n m ire favor- fur the Ij'y 1. MOCKEK, Merchant fulvi, Ui'i Central Avr.nn: It was just when they reached Ar- ingtou street. Tlie Parade Started. After the general's cscorl and staff, lumbering GOO hoif.cs, came tho Illinois lepartuient of which the feature was Au- rora Po.st 10, which oore a tr.iiisp.irency with theiii-cript.on "The home of Lincoln, 'irajit aud Loirau The Wwi.iisiu "Vii'i followed got many a c liter .mil pro- .-oked many smile, at they carried a bxuirer in u wire cage suspended on a pole. Pennsylvania, the third division, was rt'ivirkiihle for the number of old battle Ilia- 11 overhfty bems; in the line Tne Ohio division was lad by Dep.n tment P. H Darling, who received uuny cheers as he passed down lower Cotumoinve.-'lth avenue. There weie in- lunuberable horse chestliuts in the lute of wb.oh the distinguishing fenture was a copper horse chestnut suspended be- tween the poll s and brarinj; the inscrip- tion, "Presented by Fairbanks Post, De- troit, Mich to Foi-s-jthe Post. O. Xew York's iciullnu feature was Post UO. dressrd iu white hats and unpreten- tious bir vcrv Meat lluuorios. The liiier- ana were much rheeied Out th boj I.BII.I o, lifty-n'vi: pieces Irom the I uii -ion of the Immaculate Virgin, Nun- city, took the hearts of tiowd 1'he Nutmeg were in their day, as bul- warks of tlie nation's, defense, we have seen amugnillcent evidence of what Mas- sachusetts lia, iione_iu defense of the Union anil of the flag, aud in these young men s-urc p.omise of what she would do OF MOURNERS PREPAR- ING FOR HIS FUNERAL. Many Dnmonstratlona In Honor of His Are In Dele- gation to Visit America to Reorganize the Nutftounl Spreading In the KnRlUh clallDtit IiivitltiK the Soldier, to LONDOX, Aug. afternoon press, following the example of the morning papers, publish glowing euloifiesof Cardi- nal Newman, and dwell especially on the emiueucoof his services during the chol- era epidemic in the Black Country in isvifl, when thousands were relieved by his inin- istiations Thousands of sincere mourn- ers are arranging to follow his- remains in procession his place of burial on Tuev day next and mnnv other demonstrations in honor of his memory are in prepara- tion. The beatitude of his life and the happiness of ins last moments are also alluded to a.s entitling his memory to be honored by all Englishmen and accentu- ating the certainty of his heavenly re- ward for his blameless career. To Reorganise National League. Timothy Harrington has decided to ac- company O'Briea and John Dil- lon on their proposed rnp to America for the purpose of the National league iu the United States aud placing it under the league, in Ireland During their stav in America the three gentlemen will deliver addresses in the principal cines aud endeavor to infuse new life into the league propaganda, which it is alleged has lately become apathetic. Mr. Goschen, chancellor of the ex- chequer has received a memorial signed by 158 members of the bouse of commons asking the government to stamp tbe value of the coins in ciiculatiou showing their relation to one another. In reply be has signified his willingness to stamp silver, but not the gold coins. Incited by SoclalUtB. The reeent rebellious conduct of several of the crack military organizations is dis- covered by official inquiry to have been incited by Socialists, who in considerable numbers have obtained an entrance into the ranks of the home regiments and made many converts among the men with whom they became associated. Thu trans- fer of the Grenadier Guards to Bermuda and the summary punishment of the ringleaders in the revolt has not deterred the disturbers from further efforts at de- moralizing the soldiery and other erneutes are expected by the authorities, al- though measures are being taken to pre- vent them. The discontent is spreading and constantly making itself manifest in unexpected quarters. A prominent music teacher named Neu- mann has been sentenced to fifteen years' imprisonment for assaulting girls unions; his pupils. The evidence brought him disclosed the fact that he hi.dt.iken advantage of twenty-eight girls, whose ages raime from 14 to 20 years. In consequence of the distress prevnilintr in Austrian rfilesia owing tothe des> ruc- tion of crops and food animals by the re- cent storms, thousands of women daily cross the frontier into Poland to purchase pork and vegetables in order to sustain life for themselves and families MEETING OF KNIGHTS. Railroad Official. to Give B.H for Not MoTlng Freight. AI.BAS-T, Aug Passenger trains an very nearly on time, bur no freight of at: account has been moved and none HI SL through NVffst Albany. Frora appeal-Hurt it would seem that the roi-d officials a for borne reason afraid to take auy train of freight or out of Allmn The freight train that was started is sti stranded at those thf started ea.it from Schenectady are i Earners, mil-s fioni Albany, m Honle" Tlie firemen are at work, b> theknuht leaders declare that they ai only awaiting their call. The road peop: say that the strike IH over, but the K. i L men say that they are stronger tha The road offit lals give no reasoi for not moving the freight, and clanug tbe tumble at an cud, are makin active pivpjMM'ioiis at West Albany fc anticipated >t rife. Tbe men .ire iu and are consul ing with firemen ami eugineer-i. A knigh said nigh! LSI.it I vvo-thirds of the er ginwrs and firemen ni-p Iv ol L. men, an all we would have to od in defense of the again if her to Union. Let your interest ami friendliness, and to bid her bl (Applause. cordially thank you for you -niuhr strm-tivi- w th k thr-u '-onii-a.'.. ami. as 1 miibt leave you iinton, to hope that tbe of this grand and in- k may be pleasant, and, as REWARD! WE will juy the above rewarl ior anv ol laverComphuni, Sick Heada" Indtgesoou, oonstipauon or lie out i omn uf itall.th.it there may be in lied in tho hearts of you all, and of of the Grand Army of the Hep ililu-. n newer love for the flag and for the ii.nstiiutk'ii and that this may inure to u, in social, family and pub- lic life. [Applau.v and i ueers.] KILLED BY NATIVES. A UetncUmeut of Spanish Soldiers Ai- tarked in u Forest. MADP.ID, Aug. government has received advices from the island of Yap, one of the Caroline group in the Pacific ocean, to the etiect that while a detach- :nent of the Spanish garrison werecutting in the foiest they were suddenly uriouslv uttaiked by the natives. i lueSiiiiiiinnislo-cin killed one lieutenant und twenty-seven soUhers, the remainder o' the paity difficulty. A slt.imer he 1 by the governor of the Carolines- to -iiinish the belligerent .names oavifg run aground, a landing j pnity was -ent out in two boats, but was compelled to return to the steamer. The sp-uiish nover'imvnt has ordered war ships to immediately proceed to Yap and punish the hostiles. Knights Mil} Strike at Aiiburu. AVIJUKN-, N. Y., Aug. last evening a telegram was received from Albany by a prominent local labor leader. Imuieututely upon receipt of tbe message a.special meeting of the railroad assern- I bhesof the Knights of Labor was called. Many of the members were summoned wood aud turiouslv Words of Kiicourauement from Master Woikman Lee. NEW YOKE, Aug. meeting of the Knights of Labor from all the local assem- blies "ind many in this vicinity wao held yesterday. Thomas Gaffney presided, aud over 600 knights were present. Much in terest was centered in Master Workman Leeas to bow he would cxnla'n t! e letter alleged to have been written by him to Mr. Voorhees of the New Yoili Contra! last April. Mr. Lee, in a shoit statement, absolutely denied the authorship of t.., letter and branded it as a forgery. He then outlined the present situation of the strike and declared that the knights would win He added: ''If the situation requires it I will see that other bodies of the knights come out. Many othrrs on the Central road will soon follow our example. "The general executive board alone had the power to order o.it at one time the men on the roads throughout tho country, and any apparent delay in forcing a con- clusion is because we .ire now waiting in- dorsement by that body." Mr. Lee stated that no conference had been had with Mr. Powderly. A vote of confidence was then given Mr. and the ineeting declared to leave the entire control of affairs iu the hands of their executive officers. A circular from the executive district board 246, of which Mr. Lee is the master workman, addressed to "Our Fellow Work- men in the Railway and which asks for their assistance aud co-operation m this struggle now pending, was read. A resolution adopted by Local assembly at Union Hill, N J., which gave assnrame of sympathy and assistance, was then read. The names of ail speakers were refused b.T the committee appointed to give the lesiilt of the meeting, who said it had been derided nut to make punlie the names of speakers in the future. NO TROUBLE IN NEW YORK. Everything Progre the Kn- Kniclita. YORK, 13 a.wertians that the strike had lapsed, the switchmen. BS 30 Fills, a'cente. Beware ol antt Tbe genuine nun facnrcil only by Jc-iLS C. WKSf A CO. sj, by JlosHOE'S Pmtrmsey, Dunkirk, N. -Y. tbe arrival of appearance of Gen. spirited bay. was the sign of Mr. Harrison and cabin, As each dejjartmeut ca: ri. Butler. The who rode a lor the arising founded i umor was the meeting that the circulation after members of the Knights 01 Labor iu this city, who have not as yer trten part in the strike, bad in front of called out and would quit work this morning. col- and trainmen i-onncctcd ivitli District As- semblies and U.H-T) 1 mi astic meeting ,it hall It the -trike is a failure those a meeting do not know forenoon. who attende it, and the} :n the -Biost .-ci.k-dly tlie ruvei-c. depot of thp H.i.Non t. .lohnS p.irk t-.ery- mannpr t'ra' it K At the River railroad at thiug was pn.e; iay. No trouble of any kind ha- en re- ported so far Ai) ..nu-r KUS posrc-.! stat- ing that no more treitrht would be i-e- ceived until further notice. Three trains of loaded freight, cars left the depot for the Thirty-third street yard during the forenoon. Resolutions of Sympathy. DUBLIN, Aug. 13.-The Irish National Land league, which was in session here yesterday, passed resolutions expressive Of its grief at hearing of the death of the Irish-American poet and patriot, John Boyle q'Rielly. It was also ordered that i an appropriate expression of its deep sympathy with the family of the dead leader be prepared and transmitted to the United States. Without further action the league then adjourned in respect to the memory of the deceased Four boys, were arrested yesterday for h.n ing stoned a locomotive as it passed under tbe Union street bridge Monday night uith several officials of the road on board. The boys were admitted to ba.l TO appear for trial this morning. men broke into the car shop at North Tarn town Monday night and mal- iciously damau'cd some of the company's pioperty Two of the men escaped, but not before one of them was shot am! wounded by tlie night watchman. The third man, Mise Lehane, was capturei! aud sent to fhnAIbaii} penitentiary foi six He said he was paid ii foi his work. The ice famine, which has existed in this city for fony-eteht hours, wah broken yesterday afternoon by the arrival of boatload of ice. THE BASEBALL FIELD. Plajers' At New York- New York Philadelphia Leapue. 1 H. 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 d (I 0 0 0 I) II 1 (1 Brother'.: Bullluton and Ai Bn-tun BrouklMi R. n. E. 10-144 0 4 7 8 .'I u I) 0 0 0 0 i> u 0 0 1 II _ K.'d'imune and Kelly; Weylnng and At R FT E. Cln.l-i-i.l. ..4 (I n n 0 2 0 1 0-7 13 7 o (j i j n 1 0 9 .i and Sutcilffe; JUul and Carrull. At tt_ H_ E_ Chicago...... 204000-13 14 Buffalo. n n n o o n o n 7 e and Boyle; Haddock and Muck. National League. At New R. H. E. New York Brooklyn 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 0- 0 1 7 and Buckley; Caruthersand D.ily. At it. H. E. i 5 2 pirrii'ipirH..ii o 2 7 es-Nichols ami Bennett; Smith and Clement-. At CU..I eland- tt. H. E. ciev.'iuud nnoon i Pai ui Zimmer: Rhines and Hiuri.-. -ton. A1 n. u. K. Pit i 'M .12022300200 0-12 10 i 2 0 1 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 IT 0 Cmmbert and Decker; HutchinMjn and Kittrtilge. American Association. At Columbus n. n E. Colnm'm-. 01 n 0 0 0 1 Oclicslcr. II II 0 II 'I U 0 0 II 0 4 1 Hal lain an-1 O'Connor; Eair O'iirien. A' Liuisville- us ra pe-writer; cun op- ornlc lue ralifrriipli; rilee UNI wwnU a uun- ofll'ce Kmiuiro at this AST co-' f atcnl Attorneys, 81fi 7th St., Washington. C., opn. U. 8. Patent ot- Caveats ami Eo-Insues neourcU. Irade Marks registered. All 1'atent business conducted lor moderate Fees. Information Advice anil special references sent on request.' red who can furnish s horse and give their whole time lo Ihc business. Spare moments may be profit- ably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities B. F. JOHNSON CO., 1009 Main St., Richmond, Va. GRAND CIRCUIT RACES. Remarkiibly Kant Time In the Trot nt KorheHttr, n, X. Y., A Yesterday vns tliL- niij-t siicees-hil opening day that he Grand Circuii ever had in Rochester. Hie weather und trm-k were good and the ittemtauce wa.s about 7.000. The great feature of the day was the Flower City gusr.intee stake, to vhieh the or the circuit had >een looking forward for some time It proved H grcut race. There were Hixteen iiitries and twelve starters, and it took iix heats to finish it Leopard Kose, the who did a tnile in this class-in :1.V3 in Cleveland, was a hot fnvorlte in he pools liefore the race, but she only onk one heat. She was speedy but un- iteaciy. Pixley, Budd Doble's mare, took wo heats, but the race was won by Keno ncMimimrntive. stranger, whose dam is This horse is owned by Bob Stewart of Kansas City aud is a remark- ibly sti-.idy i rotter. Three of the heate rere made in which is the fastest ver ni.uie liere in the The race vas- a puzzler lo the gamesters and the letting was he. ivy. claw, trotting, purac divided- F :j 2 I 2 1 1 A AN HOUH made hy live Aecnla .VI scllniK "Our Native Ilerbs." liOO days' treatment for Every liox tutu-. anteed. For further particuJarn Hddrcss. General Stuto KAMSDKLL JIIONS, AKents, CaaBiidaga, N. V. -CJooDg AMKRICAN SLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. 'ixley A-npard i 4 leiwtor C'onkling Llei.inte.......... laud iob'nson D___ udne Ry-dvk Time, 2.1 10 4 ..10 4 9 11 546 7 Srtr 9 8 7dr 3 4dr .11 C 8dr 7 11 9dr dis pacing, purse divided: grant's Abdallah rawford___ ocko 'rank Dortcb.. 'itello....... lark land 53 22 ...S 444 ..8276 5 7dr I'lmi'f ............43 9dr fenry H ....................3 5dr ulu Mcl'tirdy C-IHS.S, trotting, purse Si.uXl, divided: ................422 ......................2 3 3 ...................3 4 6 orktovvn Belle ......5 fl 4 ......................0 g g We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'SFine Shoes, ft you want a nice-fitting anc stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street arm Hieing at Saratoga. SAHA-IIIGA, An if. race yester- ay, 1 mile: Fk'lle d'Or first, Puzzle sec- nd. Worth tiiird: lii.i.-. Second race. 1 mile- huperta first, inly Pulsifer second. Eminence third- me, Third race, mile: Cleopatra flrst, serond, Bertha Campbell third- mi-. Fourih race, 1 1-16 miles: Lavina Belle rst, Wilfred second, Koasell third- time Fifth race, miles: Sinaloa first, saac Ijewis second, Hancocas third; me, Central New York Trotting ROME, N. Aug. the Central ew York trotting races here yesterday le following were the winners: First race, class: A. B. C. first, aprice second, Maggie K. third; best me. Second race, pacing, class: "Windsor first, I-orene second; best time, Third race, class: Chelsea D. flrst, readwaj- sacond, Harry Cardinal third- tart time, taking Absolutely the Best, AH tbe ingredients usej in making Ibis powder are published on eyery la- bel. Tbe purity of tbe ingredients and Ibe scientific accuracy with which (hey are combined, render Cleveland's su- perior in strength and efficiency to any other baking powder. Food raised with this powder does not dry up, as when made with baking pow- der containing ammnuia, but keeps moist and sweet, and is palatable and wholesome. CLEVELAND BAKINCI POWDER 81 aud 83 Fulton St. Buffalo is a large progressive city To live in it and do business in U we must keep pace with its spirit ot pro- gress. We are at present making improve- ments iu the internal arrangement of our stores, the result of which will be ampler space for tbe display of mer- chandise and will make trading with us more pleasant than ever, and quick- er for those who come direct _quicker, because we the ton tea tern, and there is practically no after a purchase is made. For those who shop with us by mail we also do tbe best in our power and orders are attended to with all possible dispatch. Early autumn styles in dress goods are ready. There will be no liner stocky of draas fabrics in Western York. Iu colors we have a line of weaves, 75c. a yard. 40 and 44-inch atuflg, con- sisting of illuminated mixtures, drap d'ylmas, Sebastapal cloths, armurei imperial cords, serges, arm tire stripes, etc., which are the best value at that we have ever offered. A large variety of qualities in autumn serges, cashmeres, and Henriettas, daily. New tartan plaids direct land. In black fabrics our stock Is equal) choice and select. 40 inch carina lustrine, 3r} cents to 36-inch fine twill Henrietta, 35c. 40-inch heavy twill all wool seree, 50 cents. 4o-inch line all wool Henrietta, 50c. 4G.mch heavy weight C'arlier Henri- etta, 75c. to 40-inch imperial serge, pure dye, 75c. to SI.25. jacquard stripe, only OOc. Write to us for anything in dry carpets or books. The smallest order receives our beat attention. iMKKICAN BLOCK, V96-4O2 MAIN HTHEET, BUFFALO, N. C.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 364 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, M. V. Diamonds, Watcheg and Jewelry, LentliLr Goods, etc BKORA n xVO, (lOLlt :f 811, VftR PI.JI TIJT A COMPI.KTE LINE aw F MAIN STHBKT, BUFFALO. N. Y. PATENTS and Trade Marki obtained, und ai "'Ment bnninegg conducted for Moderate Oar office U opposite U S. Patent office. We have no nib-agencies, all di <.hence can transact patent business u leu t..' and at Cost than remote from W cans. on. Send model, drawing, or cripiion. Weadvlter A book, "B" eren PEMtTOP AMD ARE Go'to Monroe's for Curtai ;