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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXI HUNK1RK N. Y.. MONDAY. AUGUST 25. 1H90. REP RESENT A TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK.. MORE STRIKE KFMOKS. THE SITUATION AT ALBANY 8AID TO BE CRITICAL. council adjourned until a. in. To I report of the sub-committee has been com ANRW KULING MACHINE for ruling .'ill kinds of blanks is the latest audition to lie Mechanical Departmental LEXANDEIl'8 Coul ana Wood Yard.79ii A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Mate Oapot All grades ot Hard and Soft Coal, Wxxl4 Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free ialiv Correspondence for wholesale lolicited. K. OLFFORO, MS and 229 Central Are. Artistic Photographer Instantaneous Photographs ol need not wait ba'nes. Rabies a specialty. Sitters for sunshine except for OOK IBVISO, Pro- tor, No. 16 K. Second street, near Buf- lf r ny j-j. ouiajiiii abrucb, nunr talo street, Dunkirk. N. Y. Magazines, Mu- lic, Pamphlets, otc., bound in all styles. Orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. I >UKCHF.K-8 CKOCKERV D 80S Central i venue, Wholesale a nd retail dualor in In ported and lomestic China. Glassware, Ac. 1HAOTAIJOUA HOTEL, v lUtet, per day. Livery Hoarding Stable in connection. Victor liidc-r, 335 inid 337 street, tlTV HAKItICK SHOP Chas. Nagle, 1'rop., Lake Shore Nalionul Bank, coruur Center and Third strceu. A flue stock ol Foreign and Domestic I IONKMN ft SUN, O center street, Practical tiorae-shoers. Particular alien tiun >lf> interfering Shncmg ot road J tr.itting horses a specialty. I) UNKIKK KVKNINO UltjEKVEIt. Largest io the County. unequalled advertising meihura. I U Korire.-ly Sallow A. Ppiiplc. Manufacturers of Engines, Boilern, Pulley, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Caatings, and Machine Work K. onler. DUNKIJCK SU1KT OO, 203, 206 Center Btrcet, Manufacturers tlio U Center Btrcet, Manufui 'Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" tierlect-lltting Drees Slurts. On sale in all lending iurmahiiig, olotliing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk, __ F. TOOMKY, 4.'il and f.K Lion street, Dealer in Flour, Feud, -alt. Haled Hay, etc. Kstitblmncd, 1877. 1UE HOTKL anu inning Saloon, Union Kaby access to all trains and bua- i.ness hoiiecs. Uest accommodations lor (Jom- jncvcial Travelers. Joha J. Murphy, 1'rop. EHLCUS 4! CO., and 1C Tmn! BlreoU iTtne Jfurciture, Cabinut Ware and Up- olshiring. Picture Frames made to onlcr. L1 O. MATTESON ft CO., 301 Centre I Ave., Lea icrs ol Fashion aod Gentlemen Ontuttcirs. I AKKLI, STEAM UEATINO CJO., anulucturers of Steam Heating Apparatus, janilary Plumbing a Speumlty. 11 OMB STKAM LAUMUKV. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOc; Collars. Cuffs, 1c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A W. Cumminga, Center street. HK. OKHM. K. Third et., cor. ol Buffalo Vlantiiac.Lirer and dealer in Fine Boots Saocs HENKY WELLEK'S NEW STOKE, B. Third st. Books, Stationery, Muaical In- audVVeekly Fapers, everytbii'K pertaining to a first book store. Bcbooi BookB a specialty. I OH I'KlNTlNCl of every description and at I lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St H. VAN BCRKN ft SON, Firci. Lile, Accident and General Insuracoa. Deal- en in Real Estate and Loans. attention pau ing rents 219 Center si _. Farlicular attention uaid to the care of property collect- uoor. Threatened Tl.-C'p of Kv .TT ICullruud Bunulng Into the to Kntttrdam Junnlnn, Wheie Trouble I, Hammond AsU. fur 1'oliee -.1 ration. News from Terre TTantc-. AI.UANV, Aug. sit.ml ion last night was more critical Lliau at any stage si'ii-e Ihe strike Iwgnu Uu pitu the (act that uo action haa been ti.keu at Tcrre Haute, it is altogether probable that by to-day noon every railroad running into thin city will be tied up. These roads the New York Central, West Shore, Dela- ware and Hudson, Boaion and Albany and Fitchburg The Central and Delaware and Hudson are now partially crippled. One of the prominent men of D. A. U46 said last night: "The Fitch- burg and Boston and Albany continue to roil Central freight and we shall shut them down. Fitchburg and Boston will be the central places." A United Press reporter learned last night that PInkorton had despatched fifty of men to Rotterdam Junction, where the West Shore and Fitchburg roads con- nect. It is thought there will be trouble at that, point, and to-day ig looked upon as the day. 7f the Bltehburg is tied and the Delaware and Hudson completely stopped that will go cripple the West Shore that they will be unable to assist tlie Central from these points. Mr. Hammond, superintendent of the Delaware and Hudson, was asked if it was true that men were brought from Canada to take the strikers' places. He Haul the story wus false in every par- ticular, but in the light of future, develop- ments his answer looked queer At 8 o'clock last night lie telephoned to Chief of Police Willard for police protec- tion this morning, as he expected to move freight trains with new men The strikers say that if the attempt is made with scabu, the whole road will tied up. They say that the Central has promised to supply men if the Delaware and Huclinn is tied up, but this is looked upon as a good joke, as tlie Central has uot men enough to run their own road. The only freight moved yesterday by the Delaware and Hudson has been a couple of through trains and Konie empty oars. The road is a direct connection here for the north for the Central, the West Shore, and Pennsylvania railroads. Tile strike] if general, will cut oft the supplies of such summer re-sorts as Saratoga, Round Lake, Luzerne, Lake George- and Lake Champ- luin, all of which depend ou the large cities for them. Lasl night there was posted in nil of t he freigkt stations and near the switches, a notice as follows: IT'l'ii employes who are not men must reluru by to morrow to work. Those who do not will consider themselves discharged and will receive no future con- sideration by this company." Delaware aud Hudson Superintendent Hammond, when again .seen, said: "We have moved no freight of any accotiut, but our passenger service is uuiuterrnpted We are going to hold our own in this matter and to-morrow morning I shall begin to fill the nieu's places aud run the road." General Freight Agent Dudley Farlin said: "I have always sympathized with labor in its struggles, but I cannot, think that the men are doing right in interfer- ing with us in this matter. We are badly crippled iu this, our Albany department, but our through freight is running all right. To-morrow we shall have the places tilled unless they return to work." Assembly 248, which ordered the strike had a meeting of its executive board last night, Master Workman Ed- ward Lee presiding. It was decided that If Delaware and Hudson, Fitchtnirg, and Boston and Albany roads continued to handle Central freight, they would be tied up immediately. Trouble therefore may be expected to-day. M ONHOE-H PUAKMACV, 300 Central Avenue Wall Paper Paint .Oils, PKRKTNS, J. W., 209 Center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. Saddles, bridles. Collars. Truuks.Whips, Buffalo Kobes, Uorse Covers Gloyea Mittens and Sleigh ROLMS. r> 8CUOLTE.S, 17 East Third street Fashionable Tuilor. Goutlemon will Onil U to the-.r ad vantage to call on me before purchasing olsowhcrc. THE SUPREME COUNCIL. 1) B. ft CO., 333 Lion street. (jeneral Load.Oils.Puinter's Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special- i ty ol Williams Paint and Monroe range. UH.SO, aach as blank-books, ledgers, and R HUUOLl'a MULDGNHAUER, Cor. Thinl ami Buffalo Sw., Dealer in Granite, Marble, tagging all kinds ol blanks clone at Dunkirk Printing Company, S and IU B. Second St. IBui Uli n gt stone. side-walk. and Call on tae" Kloro buying S> L.I LEI' CO., XV and 9 East Front streou Whisky. Wines, Brandies. General 1-iquor Store lor Family RCJBKKT M'KAX, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable, stabling liy the day or week on reasonable terms. J. GIFFOKD, 301 Central Avc. (Up O Uuncral Insurance and Ueal Kstate Aiccnt. fire, lale, Accident, and Live Stock tuaurance. Promp! attention givan to buymir and selling Real Estate. I'HE -COTTAGE." T A KDSON'S PHONOORAPII on exhibition J-KKE. Finest liquors for mctl- u-mal purpoaea. "OLD Wluskev a specially. C. JONES. J. 75 E. Third St., cor. Deer. jbxcelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anil smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and Pouiiry. w ATCHKS, JEWELKY, Uie Aurora Kailroad Watcb. Repairing a specialty. Krank Stapl. 8S E. Third et W Mercbaut Tailor, 116 Central Avenue REWARD1 W'h, will pay me above reward lor any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache constipation or Couiiveness we cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills wneu tuc directions are strictly complied Tfaoy are purely Vegetable, and never Jail to give MUisi.iction. Sugar Coated. Large boxSh, containing 30 Pille, 26 cents. Beware ol coun- and imitations. Tne genuine mann lucured only by JOHN C. WEST A CO. sold by MONBOE'S Pnarmacy, Duukirk.N. Y. Mr. Powclcrly Will Learn Thvlr DueUlou To-Day. TKRBK HAUTU, Ind., Aug. is every reason for believing that before sun- down to-day Mr. Powdc-rly will have re- ceived tlie decision of Aie Federation of Railway Employes upon his request for re-enforcements to aid him iu the battle of the of Labor with tho New York Central road. There are three courses open to the federation. It can cull out its members and thereby increase the numer- ical proportion of the attacking army; it can present hill of grievances of its own to Vice President Webb and his asso- ciates and thus harass the enemy on its flunk, or it can make the caxise of the knights its own by affording them ma- terial asxistauce and sustenance as long as the struggle continues. The action so far taken by the supreme council mjght he interpreted as meaning that any one of the three methods will be adopted, while a guess to the particular one would be hazardous aud misleading. Certain it is, at lea.st, that the Federation does not propose to turn a deaf ear to the appeal of its brother organizations. That isclearly indicated by the tone of Sargent's dispatch to Powderly of Saturday night. If the council finds that, as indicated In previous dispatches, it cannot order out its men without over riding the constitu- tion, it will without question come to the relief of the Knights in some other way that has yet to be determined. The special committee appointed Satur- day held a session that lasted about half an hour yesterday morning. Thereafter Morrissey and Downey could be found at any time about the approaches to the hotel but Debs, armed with a big batch of reports aud other' documents, ensconced himself in tile private offices of the Fire- men's Brotherhood and was inaccessible to everybody for fully eight hours. The fact that word went out lust night, that the members of the supremo council will be expected to be iu their places at sharp iu the morning iudicates that the report will be ready by that time, and this is borne out by the suggestion nioae by Delegate Wilkinson, that the telegraph operators would have plenty to do on the morrow. Powclwly has not yet acknowledged the receipt c-f Sargent's dispatch, nor were auy telegraphic advices received by the council yesterday. At 8 o'clock last night the sub-committee again went into session to consider the paper presented by Secre- tary Dabs. In s lengthy interview Chief Sargent indorsed the position taken iu tlie letter addressed by Powderly to Mr. Webb, made no further statement bearing ipon the probable outcome of the present fleeting. After a session of one hour the supreme ....YOU GET THE WRONG SORT; THE RIGHT ABE CALLED PEARL TOP Made pnly by GEO, A. MACBETH A, CO., NEWSPAPER! semi-officially announced that the renu of the meotiug of the snprerne council wi be made public by noon. BREAKING THE BL >CKADE. Great Progress Being Made In Trucks Out of Albany. ALBANY, Aug. 35.-A trip along th Central road from Albany to Schenectady a distance of sixteen miles, shows that th company, despite the fact that they ar working with a third of their complemen of men, and those few green hands, ar making good progress in moving th freight and raising the blockade. A bchencctady by great effort the doubl freight track has been cleared aud th side tracks are pretty well cleaned out Jhe tracks running Into th. Edison com pany's works are now ready for traffic Between Schenectady and Karners th down freight track is perfectly clear, anc there are but a few cars upoii the othe track. Tho side tracks are yet full a Karuers, but, the majority of the cars ar "empties." Between Karners and Wes Albany a stranger would think that ther bad blockade, but the fact is that it i small compared with what it was the firs week of tlie strike. Just above Wes Albany are about 300 cars laden with freight and which as yet have not been moved. At Karners a few trains of general mer chandixc! are still stalled, but one of thesi was moved out yesterday. At West Al- bany tlie blockade has certainly been broken. Tlie first week of the" strike there was not a clear track except the pas- senger track. Yesterday it was found that there was as "many as eight side tracks completely cleared, while the two freight tracks used for through freighl are both in use. The freight trains run through were the largust since strike began, and three, that went west had over sixty cars, each heavily laden. There also about nve trains bound south of equal length. Tlie only accident occur- ring yesterday was a smash up of freight cars at West Albany. It wus shortly fore noon and a train of empties were be- ing backed down on a side track. The new switchman turned his switch the wrong way and live cars were thereby turned into the ditch. Two yard were .sot at work but it, took them all day to clear up the debris. THE EXECUTIVE BOARD AT ALBANY. General Master Workman Poivderly to Uelivui- an Addi-riia To-Night. NEW YOHK, Aug. Master Workman Powderly, Secretary Hayes and John Devlin of tlie executive board of the Kuights of Labor left last night for Al- bany, where Jlr. Powderly will address a mass meeting to-night. The board will be joined at Albany by J. J. Holland, and the tut urc movements of the board will be determined. It has been decided, how- ever, to establish headquarters here to conduct the operations of the strike. Messrs. Devlin and Hayes said yester- day th.it nothing definite had been heard from Terre Haute Interest now centres in (lie- meeting of District Assembly 248, to be hold at Albany to-day. It it, tlie general impression t'.iat the general council will issue a declaration indorsing tlie strike of the Central em- U 1S llot expected that a general tie-up wji] Preparing for To-iuorrow'. NEW YOHK, Aug. The committee In charge of tlie mass meeting to be held in I'nion square, to-morrow evening, in sym- pathy with the New York Central strikers, met last night to hear reports. The com- mittee from the Central Labor union in- dorsed the call. It was announced that Mr. Powderly had promised to address the meeting. District Assembly 49 met yes- terday and issued a call to all of the local bodies to be present. Arrested for Stoning Freight Hands. NEW YORK, Aug. was quiet at the Grand Central depot yesterday, and there were few indications that there was a strike on tlie New York Central. Super- intendent Voorhees was at his office. He had heard nothing new from Terre Haute and did not expect to. Two men were arrested and held iu hail yesterday for throwing stones at, the meu on freight trains in Eleventh avenue. Sympathy Expressed for the Strikers. BOSTON, Aug. a meeting of Local Assembly K. of L., composed entirely of railroadmen, it was announced that nothing official had been received with reference to the New York Central strike. The seuiiment of Iho meetingwos decidedly usainst n strikp, although hearty sympathy was expressed for the strikers. IMscilsKliif; tho Central Strlkft. BOSTON'. A UK. Steam Railroad Men's Protective Union No. 4 met iu Cam- bridge yesterday and discussed the strike on tlie Xew York Central. The meeting slrongly denounced tlie author of a report that men from the Boston unions were replacing Ihe Central strikers. Fat ill Kuniiway Accident. ROCK ISI.AXD, Ills., Aug. team of horses attached to a carriage containing five ladies became frightened and uncon- trollable Saturday, and two of the ladies, Mrs. J. II. Wilson and Mrs. Charles Jacobs, leaped out. The latter had her arm broken. .Mrs. Wilson's fall produced concussion of the brain, from which she died a few hours later. Mnrdor and Attempted Suicide. CLEVELAND, Aug. a tailor living ou Martin street, became angry witli his son Martin, iigi-d 14 years, Saturday afternoon and threw a heavy pair of shear-, at him. One of the points entered l lie, boy's sick- and he died a few hout-safter. Kiltzmau tried to commit suicide, but is now iu jail. Killed by 11 Central Train. POUGHKEEPSIK, Aug. 23 John Lake and James Dorsey, well known residents of this city, were struck by a New York Cen- tral train while walking over a trestle above the depot yesterday and thronu a distance of thirty feet. Lake was killed, but Dorsey escaped with slight injury, Cold Snup at Asbury Park. ASBURV P.Uiic, N. J, Aug. thermometer Saturda> night registered 50 degrees. A cool laim breeiie prevailed all day, driving mo'.-t of the people from tlie beach. Tlie ladies went to tlie balls wrapped in furs, r.heir escorts wearing heavy oveicoatss. Steamship Arrivals Yesterday. NEW- YOHK, Aug. Richmond Hill from London; Orinoco from Bermuda, Hlwpolytu ami Umnoia from Oibara. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS JOHN BUPNS ADDRESSES A MA! MEETING OF DOCK LABORERS. He KxhorU Ihe Men to 8t ud Firm an Kxultrdly About P Demonnlratiim at Llmcrlok In HDIIO or John Dillon and Wlllhim U'lirlen Two Kurnccl tn Dcutli In Be A Hnreomaflter Acc-tihcd of LONDON', Aug. large meeting o dock laborers was held yesterday, at wliic John Burns, the ireutor of their union and who is looked up to by them as a most superhuman, delnered a spirito harranyue exhortIIIK ilic-into be firm i their rights which they had acquired wit so much difficulty and Hi: re ferred to tha proposed union of ship own ers, and warned liie men that this comb nation of cr.pital would cnte upon a life and death struggle with th if tlie latter showed th slightest indication of Mi Burns said ho had hi'itrd that the u-erp considering the lulvisnhilit; esIuMMmiir a "Pizikerion" force, biml if to I which WILI employed by private corporal ions in America. He lechired that if this were attempted th dockers would IHMM! i the hair" of thes. i twenty-four hours 'We will compete wit h tliesu janizaries, re to cried the orittor, and his words were greeted w'th tumultuou' apnlause. J'.iirns' i-em.irks wi re probably inl.endet chic-fly tn rouse the reeling of the men nnd stimulate their unthiisiasm, for ha knows as well as any one that the Pinker-tor system would not be tolerated in England The chief of the London police would he obliged to retire in disgrace if he should permit his- impoteney to proU-ct property by his allowing the employment of pri- ate police, nor would any corporation ;hiuk of going to the expense of hiring such a force; for nothing is more certain under English law than that every penny damage done to property by slrikersor -ioteri can be recovered promptly by the njured party from the puhlicfunds. Nor Iocs trie necessity of employing private jolice exist here to tha extent that it seems .o in the United States, for there is notthe ame hesitancy here in calling upon the military to aid the civil authorities. In Honor of Dillon and O'Brien. Tim demonstration at Limerick yester- ay in honor of John Dillon and William O'Brien was a great one in point both of .umbers and enthusiasm. There were men in the procession, with bunds nd banners innumerable The meeting intended as a testimonial of sympathy or Mr. Dillon ill his, controversy with 3ishop O'Dwyer over the peace mission as 'ell as a sort of farewell to Mr. Dillon nd Mr. O'Brien before their departure for .merica. The speeches were of a char- cter to encourage the Irish people in their eeent political course. Mr. Dillon in- lllged in .some bitter denunciation of Bishop O'Dwyer. Children Bunted to DtmtH. The house of Mrs. Moody was burned at Kilrush Saturday night Mrs Moody was escued wit-h great ilitliculty, but despite he efforts of hundreds of neiglihoi-i, her wo children were burned todeath In their eds. The burgomaster nf Osterivoeck has ecu convicted of forging an official docu- ent and sentenced to a long term of 1m- For esreenif'i func- NO. rj THE CHICAGO STRIKE. Xhouinnd Men May be Thrown Ont of Kinpluymcnt. CHICAGO, Aug anc men were temporarily thrown out o .Jmployment in the stock yards Saturday accountof thestrikeof firemen of tlie Railway Swii nssocia Mon. If the strike continue., in til to-day at least men will be in idlenes Aside from the stock trains thai were backed into tlie yards from thn various railroad lines not a wheel was turned it "Packingtown Saturday. Unable to get cars to ship their beef by packers, after they had used up their stor age capacity, were forced to lay olf'nenrh half of their men, and there was scarcely enough work to keep the remainder busy One firm tried to move i-efi-igm-aior cars by hand, so as to enable them to out big consignment of beef, bui tin, inst.int their w-fi tone-lied thn rnrs Ihey set upon bpa gang of who drov, them into the packing houses be fora a fusihule of coupling pins and stones Another lirm is short of coal, and unless the blockade is moved will have to sus- pend entirely. Hundreds of cars of beef are on the side trac ks, and unless moved soon the meat will spoil. The stock yards butchers und laborers who wirelhrown out of employment by thu si rike accept the situation complacently. The rail way superintendents after a conference de- cided not to accede to the demands of the Jiigineers, but were willing to give the firemen a slight advance. They vijjjjf the strike is not settled be- fore this morning uill put an end to the railway switch and return to the old system of switching with engines and crews that are directly responsible to thu railways to which they belong. Sat- irdny night it was reported that the trikers had practically agreed upon n Compromise proposition, and if their erms are accepted they will go to work o-day. They are willing to take cents in hour for engineers, an advance of 1 ent. and 18 cents an hour for firemen, an dvance of cents. FLED ON THE EVE OF THE WEDDING. Young Woman IMKiippoiira and Leaves Her LOVBI- Briikcii-UtMi-t Conn., AUR. V, -Young and ttractive Surah Hughes, M ho came here eypral months ago as housekeeper for 1 niton Beach, lias disappeared on the eve f her wedding day and left her lover rokeu-hearted. Beucli is well off, and ince Miss Hughes came here Irom Ncw- urg, N. Y., he has showered handsome nd expensive gifts on her. While ept his house in order she accepted his ttentious and agreed to marry him. The wedding was set for Wednesday vening last. For several weeks she had een preparing for the marriage, cinploy- ig dressmakers and purchasing expen- ve materials, Mr. Beach footing the ills. Mr. Beach alsosupplied her very liberally ith money. The dresses weru completed n Tuesday and shown to the prospective room, who was so delighted that gave H- girl a new ?50 note to cancel any little, that might have been ovurlookeil hut night she took a train for Bridgeport ul prucceiKd to New York with all her ic clii'ssi'.s, leaving her disconsolate lover i do his milking aud farming in silent .dness. DEATH IN A CELL. THE WORLD OF SPORT. STANDING OF THREE THE CLUBS IN BIG LEAGUES. THE or the Ranebull P In tho American ward riiopkloy of Hroolil.vii Hreillis Die Bicycling Hmtnj Kolllher WO! New York to MalPliod to "itl. I'oarl." The following tables the standing of the clubs in the different, leagues: UCAlifK. Post nn Brooklyn New York Cbn-auo Pbilad.-lplua lsliiirK f'U-veland. Buffalo irnoklyn BoMon efnniili New Y'ork. Jlevelunil 'Jittsburg NATIONAL LKACJUK. Won. Lost. Ill U7 Ill WI Assort A rtciN. Lost. joulsvllle........ St. I.OIIIH....... 'ohuiibus 'cileclo 'tllli'lir iruoklj n Sunday Hixulmtl Al SI. Louis- 4H in 48 41) -14 II K 4U fid Pur Cent. .002 ..W) .Ml .624 .452 .4 .381) Per Oont. .met .m .nus .KID .441 .M8 .ID; Per Ocnt.. .1174 .571 Ropfi Silk, Wusli Embroidery Silk, Fiaiincl silk, ice wool, plush ornaments, arr.-iscne, silken embroidery linx, filling silk, crewels, cords, J.-ipan etching mndonmi crotchet cotton, Dexter's knit ling cotton, Harbour's linen thread, darning cotton, tinsel cord, fancy cords, friend- ship hoops, fancy tassel fringe, pinking irons, brass rings beads, spool wire, tissue paper, picture cords and hooks, China silks, star light yarn, Lady Grey (Jermantowu White Rose (reriiiantown, (Jeiman knitting yarn, Spanish yarn, Alliance stocking yarn, Kairy lloss, cashmere yarn, Shetland HOBS, Persian yarn, best common knitting yarn. Sure liy killers, 15c., fine batting child's g.-mleu suts, 15c., men s latest styL-, linen collars, suspenders 15C men s hose, 7c., DC., 10c., baby junipers, cages yarn slum, holders, lilc. Boys' and girls' safety bicycles, Velocipedes, tricycles, wagons, KltIK KUIK STORE. baby carriages, ay carra carts, chairs and rockers, wheelbarrows, rolling dressers, tables, dishes, dollsancl eradlc.s. Sheet music, ;jc. llai 1001 0 0 0 I) I ami Mu It. If. E. 1 I 2-in 12 2 0 n n- 4 U) 5 n; Klirut, Hyan 0 0 o n. n. it. 0 7114 1 0- II 9 1 i and Sam-; Clmiuucrlah: Fight for M Sl.OOO 1'n me. BOSTON, Ana; Kelliher. the Boston middleweight, luus ncci-ptcd the ilTi-r of the Twin City club of Minneapolis if purse for a light wi-en Kelli- her and the "Black Pearl" early in October. THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS. The Turlll' Illll Will Occupy the Time of H'B Hou-io I'ttignuii. WASHINGTON, Aug. discussion exclusion of almost, everything cl.su Kiun pi.-dominati'in the senate, thin landc-ls in Hie seim'u'. expecti'd, will some d'ny Ul lht 1 V ask that a day he lixcd for a final 1... 1 :1 nn. _ A Steamer on Fire. PLYMOUTH, Aug. steamer Ment- more from London Thursday for Boston, with a general cargo, took flre off the Eddystone light and steamed into the sound yesterday morning. Assistance was sent from here, ami the flre was extin- guished. It Is believed that rhe damage is confined to the cargo. The captain was nearly blinded by smoke and heat. The Mentmore carried no passengers except eight cattle drovers. Yellow Fever on War Ship. HAI.TFAX, Aug. British war ship Buzzard arrived here yesterday from Jamaica with yellow fever ou board, hav- in.: 1 ecu ordered when the fever ap- i nvii among her crew. At, one time lie e were nineteen caws on bom-d and 01, ot the victims died at Port Royal. All t l.e others have recovered, except five, and these caws are not vet y serious. A Church Consecrated. BAH HARBOH, Me., Aug. Church of the Redeemer at Sorrento, the gift of Mrs. W. F. C'ochrnne of New York, was consecrated yesterday by Bishop Nicly. Tlie large congregation in attendance in- cluded Gens. Greely and Benet of Wash- ington. Sudden Death ft oni Heart Disease, MARLBORO, Md., Aug. B. Hill, aged 77 years, died suddenly Saturday of vening Prince George and some of his irother naval oflicers ijive-a dance at the ,1KBU years lock yard. On Tuesday evening Sir John heart disease, ne was one 01 me uest gives u large ball at Beilevue in known citizens of this county and served .onor 01 Prince beorge. as state senator in 1S7S. For twenty-five been" made! years he was chief judge of orpaus court He was one of the best nU-yi'llil CI CHICAGO, Anu. rooklyn roilc ini "safely having broken icycle ivciu'.l Irom u, ilim-ny y sixteen hours. The previous record for IIP distance, which was established some ears ago by Ncilsoti, was M dajs, hours nd 3tl minutes. Mr. Cheuklcy' rolled his lachine over the road in U days, fl hours mi 25 minutes. William J. Qninn Dt-feutu tlu> ,Tup. Ilm.KJsA, Mont, Aug. 2B. ,1. uitin ul Viiloria won two falls out of ree from MaUvidn Sonikirhi. tne Jitp, in L (iraec-o-Hoin.in wrestling Kacli had previously won a 'ictory from the oilier. The mutch lusted ixteen minutes. Guy Troll n Mile in 1.4. IfAIJTi-oitn Conn., Aug Hiarter Oak park drove i lie atli-riioon Saiinders gel-ling finy n milo in n I (J lu was chilly IVill cure l.iijd lusMamngof tliohair keeps the hair Its orijiiniil color No IK-HI or i'rlci'fcil cents itVi'nilYry iT- saliBfiiction or money refunded. W. A. Solo Maiiiifaniurer, Ji'2 Hull-emit nvumiu. '-wntei c.un itn- wrili-i, luo u iiniM n niiii- liirnisheil. ICiitjuii'c JIL tins WA Hli'iniKi-aiiliei-anil ij u." CO., Patent AUornevH, (lift 7th U.S. 1'iui'iitot- i OavcutB anil Ito-lHBiies neciiro.1 Ini'lc Mnrknr-KiBtcrcd. All Patent IIUMIICRH' i-oiidiioiciV for inoclcrutii Keen. Inlormiili..... A.tvicc mill apcoinl references sent on reijiiuHi AJVI- JP? and ihcir whole e io the buhincbs. Spare moments lie- profit- -ibly employed also. A few vacancies in imvn U r- 'I M.IU l.. Richmond, Va here vias a .strong head u-iml ,m tlio bac (10 AnentN tellniK "Our Native llerliH no Ircnlinijiil fur Kverv LMIH, For further part ic.mVu-s stale Agents, N. V. If you Imve a sowing machine or lawn mower or any other machine to repair or cutlery to grind or n saw to ?umm you will do well to call on me Bicycles ami tricycles repairing a spec- J. BictiNtiAHu, Machinist, street ncitr depot. 1.0 Hie will l IIH bill. The discussion ma> be ruplc'd by the conference report on the sundry civil bill should au iigieemeiit, reached this week on irrigation reser- voir item. Monday in the house will be given to the committee on the District of Columbia Tuesday and Wednesday have already been .set apart, for the (.onsidcnil ion of the Bulterworlh bill to prohibit dealings in futures, etc., on which a vote will betaken on Wednesday. The committee on rules will bring in an order seltingaparl, Thurs- day and Saturday for business brought up by the committee on library, ami tills order will probably be agreed to. Friday will be private bill day. Clmi-ifi-d Wilh 11 stuue Rnhher. HL'TTK, Mont., Aug. 25.-Ch.-irlcs War- field, a leading citizen who has resided here for a long time, was arrested liprn yesterday by United .States Marshal Fnray, charged with being the leader of the eight, masked men who held up the Butle and Helena stago coacli between Boulder und Jefferson City in November, 1884. Tlie "hold up" was not for booty, but to release Con Murphy and several of his gang who were supposed to be on the stage in custody aud on their way to Boulder for trial. Ho WHS Infatuated With Poker. LAFAYETTE, Iml. Aug. George J. Stockton, cashier of the Witbnsh freight office in this city, is missing. Failing to report for duty yesterday, nn investiga- tion wns inaugurated and instill in pro- gress. So far Ins shortage is said to amount to A month ago his ac- counts were, checked up and found to be correct. Stockton was an expert account- ant but it is saiil was infatuated with poker. ________ Sugar by Fire. Wium Kan., Aug. immense sng.tr mills at Menossa, which were erected three years ago at a cost of 000. were completely destroyed by fire with nil their valuable m.ichinery Friday night. No one lived in tlie buildings and the fire is supposed to have been of incendiary origin. Tlie mills were insured ior about Stubbed In a Hat-room Fight. FKANKKOUT, Ky., Aug. a barroom fightm this cilv Saturday nightCapt. K. S. Burnett. United States engineer m charge of the Ken! ucKy River Improve- ment company, was .stabbed in tlie fore- head and in the back. Four arrests have A HiHkfimui Killed. FORT WORTH, Tex., Aug. loco- Sympathy from Abroad. motive and eight cars of a Texus Pacific LoSDOH, Aug. 25.-At a meeting of 5.000 terympfttnizi reight train were dennled near this city dock laborers yesterday; over which John for the loss of .The Pope ou tlio J.ate Canllnal Newman. LONDON, Aug. ST. pope, in ids let- f with Cardinal Manning Cardinal Newman, says latly grieved AMKIIICAN IK.OCK. Stnwt, Buffalo, NY BiilViiln ia a large progressive city. 'Io livu in it and do business in it. miisl pact; wilh its spint We are at present making improve- menlH in the iiUernnl of our stores, the result which will 1m Uniplcr space for display of mer- chandise and will make triidiiij; witli us more pleasant than CVIT, and cr for those who c-ome direct ti, IHii'kur, lu'i-mise we :ue Ihebcm and f.-islcst known sys- tem, and there no delay after a piircluiHi' is mmlu Kor who hhop with lls (jy, the bust in our power anil onlcrs tiro attended to with all possible dispatch. mil nun) tlfllBS arc- ready. There will be- liner stoclc tlrnss fiibricjH in crn New York. In colors we have aline weaves at Trie: ,1 yard. and M-im-li .stuffH, aiHtniir of illuminated mixtures, drap i yliiias, t'lolhn, iiiiniircH impenal eonls, n-rgen, ai mure clripcH, etc., which arc- the value at I hat we have ever ulU-red. A larijo vanely of qualities in new autumn serges, mulnm-res, India twills, inent of Patent Leather in plain andlight-coloivd tops, band and machine sewed. We cany a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you_ want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. Yon will like them. Our _ GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is tlie best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and he convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street ami licnriciias. daily. New larlan plai hind ,.-H arriving The Only Pure Baking Powder. (from Hairs Journal of Health.) We feel it our duty to state that of a number ot I different kinds of Baking Powder purchased in a neigh- boring city for examination, the only one we found of Pure Grape Cream of Tartar, and that did not contain any monia, and that was absolutely free from adulterations, was Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder. slm-.k is '-'U cents to inch iinu twill ilcin. '10-inch heavy twill all wool uts. line all wool Hcnriclta cjyu, 7.1ic. tO -p 1 -lO-iiieh stripe, only )50c. Write to us for anything in diy goods carpets or receives our bosl altcniion. rn ami AMJCHIC.'AN JII.OCK, 2 Jtf 1 1 A !i N. y. C.C, PENFOJLD Manuf ncturcr and Irnportor, 304 MAIN ST., KUKPAI.O, N. V. DiniuondrS, IN ,'ilicl Jcwi I'lM-iwire, I.emi Watches pr c.i, KNIIHA i. l.l.Sh. ST i si. KAI.O, X. V I, ,l c-li ivi- Oui .'i.' ii'it due A I "tfou- to to .11 I'l'PHlk I ii .1, in, fCiil lice. A.I.In J'alcnt oalnc. w Hl! K With lie I H'H, .in -I i- t' J. vMtn rcf Ac O. D. C Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures NEWSPAPER! ;