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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO!.. XXHUNK IRK N. Y MOND VY. J U V E Mi, WSO. NO 104 B kephesentativb a s KHAL KOKKIGN X EWS. OSINESS HOUSES another surprise for the knowing TURFITES. OK DUNKIRK. A NKW KUM NO MA* MINK. for ruhn# all kli.<IR of blanks in the »aW#l addition u !»»- M> < liiDiml Dejiartawniof I n I n k i r k | f * r ii 1111 * k| ' ’' * ui JHI n v ,§| a LKXANUIK" OMI And A I ♦•utral Av« i.uK oL.|H».iU- Ni«A i #1 DoiiOl All grade* of lUrrt »»'•    *.    *    • W *4) Lu in MT, Simi*!*** aud * *lh- 4 -hr c (■dict ted. All grade* of iinlier. HhinftU - —.    , .. Cjorrenpoudenoe for wkolmlii Into ■ \ it oii t’OKi*. 'til mol 'Sb Central Are. Artinite Pbuiogr»|iker.    I nut ant •■•ob* PlioU>iri'*l*t>n of Hattie# a h|n*fi*IIi bwi| not wait for muibinfc haiti**. Hitter# «*t it pi for P roll uf- BIM IK HI N UKK V Jamhi I k VI No, urn*tor, Nu. IU K. l§BCon*l street. neat falo utriTt, Dunkirk, N. T. air.. Pa iii nil lr tH, r lr., tumid in all style*, order# pro in (illy atfct*t*«l#*«l to. All work fuirmt^o* it UHLMFtt’H OWN HKKV HODEK, BR (antral Avenue, Wholesale ami retail dealer in I .. ported ami ilomestic China, (ilassware, &<•- ----------------—-~r............w— I ill Al TAUtJC A HUTKI, Vv    Rat*#, ti per itay. Limry ami Host ding Stable in connection. Victor Rider, 33ft amt 337 Lion street. a .ITV HA It It KH SHOP V>    Chaa.    Nagle, Prop., tinder (.ake shore National Bank, corner Center ami Thin! vt meta. A hue uh* k of Kort-tirn ami Domestic I tsar*. ( tit.* KCI N A HON, /    Ski    (Tater street. Practical horse-sboera. Particular attention «* lo interfering borer*. Shoeing of roa<l i trotting home* a speeaalty. ,1 SHIRK I VF.NIX. OH HI lit Ut Largest l»aily In the County. An unequalled advertising indiana. , IN H I KH CM.IM I KIM* COMPANY 'Ic Shafting Kau ll1 I) formerly Mellen A Popple. Manufacturer* of engine*. Boiler*. Pulley*, (..a* Lug*, ami iger*. etc. Pattern*, M rn In yr Work to order. v: irgiug*. D •H>c I NHI lilt HH I KT CO., Mi, M*, aiel < euler nil ret, Manufacturer# of the Cromwell” ami "ltunkirk” [»erfect - fliting Ore** Shlrfe. Ou sale ai all teatime furntahiug, c.lotluug aud <lry good# houvr* in Dunkirk, Ii r. TOOM KY, I ,    Cit    amt 438 Lion street Healer IU flour, Feed, '■nit. Baled liny, I’hoa-pilate#, iii*'. Lslahhshed, 1377. » 'KIK ton ii Ina liming Ti Depot Kaay access Ut all tram* and busmens hou*r*. Brat accommodation* for Com-aaercial Traveler*. John J. Murphy, Prop. |1 HI.It KH rn CO.. Pi    TI    and    Ti K. I turd vtreel fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Upholstering. Picture F rame* made lo oilier. J^i It. Ii ATT KHON A CAK, MI Central Ave., iTaderaof f a* Ii iou aud gentlemen Outdoer* AKAI.I. STM A !H MMATINO CCK, IL anufncturer* of .Steam Heatiug Apparatu* Sanitary Pluinbiug a Specialty. .4 UKK ST KAM LAUNDRY. "Our specialties:    Kine    Shirt*,    ll*-; Collars. ie; Cuff*, C«-, ami Lace Curiam*. Free Deliv-ary. A XV. Cuiniuinga, *Al7 Center alreet. LL.1 It. OKUM. Pl, Third at., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer aud dealer in flue Boot* A Shit ll BN MV W KI I.K-K’S NKW STOKK. Iud K _ _    I'bi rd at.    Books, stationery, Musical In- •TiTi men t#. Mags/a aes, I lad) and Weeki? Paper*, amt every thing pertaining ton drat ria** book store. Miliuui Rook# a #i#?c laltv. J OH PKINTINCi of every description and at lowest living rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and Iii kl. second Si. JH. VAN III) KUN A SON, fire Life, Accident and (icucral I momma*. Ileal-ar* rn Beal K*tate ami Loan*. Par ocular attention paid to Hie care of property collecting n ot* Ac. tiff Center at., Iud floor. (^jOMinK'n PHA KM ACV, .MO Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Pat ut .Oils, Ac. ■ * KUK I NM. J. W.. I    it* Center street. Manufacturer aud dealer in It ar ne**. Saddles, Bridle*. Collar*, Trunk*,W hip*, Buflalo Koliea, Horse (lover* ii love* Mitten* and sleigh Hot*** I) HC HOI.TKS. I .    17 f.aat Third street. Fashionable Tailor. (ienilemen will Ami it to their advantage to call on uie I ie fort* purchasing elsewhere. Ii H. CAKY A CO., ,    333    Lion street. (general Hardware, W hit* Lead,Oil«,l*ainter'« 8 up pl ii**, (al Cloth*, (iraiite Ware. A specialty of sherwiit VV illiaut* Pa. ut anil Monroe rauga. CLI NO, such a* blank book*, ledger*, ami all kiu<l*of blank* done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 3 aud IO K. Second St It I* COO!.I'll MOLDEN HAU KH, V    Cor.    Third    ami    Buflalo St*., Dealer in Crauite, Marilla, flagging and Building stone. Call on uie before buying your aide-walk RISI.EV A CO., 7 aud V fast Krout nlrocL Wkiaky, Wine*, Brandle*. (»*>i.eral Liquor Store for Kaimly (lae. ROBERT M HAV, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, feed aud Livery Stable. Stabling by tile day or week ou reasonable terms. A VI J. OI KKOKD, in! Central Are. (lip yS flair*), t«eueral Insurance an I Heal KataU A ate ut. fire, Life, Accident, aud Live snick Insurance. Prompt attention given to buying amt selling Kesl K*tate. FII c. JON KS, I    75 K. Third st., cor iHssr. |. gcdaior Meat Market, frosh, Salt (.oohed Meat*. Lard, ss usages. Oysters foul try. ami ann W SN f A TC MBA, J* WELKE, AC. ■Buy the Aurore Kaiiroad Watch. Repairing a specialty. frank rn. supt. 83 A. I hinl at. f M. MOCH PH, Merchant Tailor. SP Central Avenue $500 REWARDI W K will pay Uie above reward for any ca*. of Liver I ou*|»!&«ult    Sick    u* Indigestion, v. oast* pa turn or Costiveness s< c.. mi* it cure vt ill* Weal * Vegetable Liver Pill* wnen tbe iii rent iou* ait etrictly complied with They are pui-ety Vegetable, aud never fail I* give aaUafactmn Sugar Coated. Large lune' containing ;M Pills, 25 ce ut*. Beware of couti terfetla, ami luntatioua. Tbe geum ne manu tai'urea only by JOHN C. W KST A CO. Soh! by MUSKO*'* I’H aum acy. D . kirk, N. T, The favorite lu th* (irwnde Prix at Parts Hum Not Get a Place—fin pc rat Wlll-taiu's Shrewd Diplomacy—Tho Loudon Pollee M avo Nearly Kogi bed tho Mtrlk* lug Point. I ain don, Juue IO —Th* result of th* Ii mud Prix de Pnris yesterday was na grant a surprise for the sporting world na the defeat of Surefool iu tile Derby. Kite* royn. the Witmer, had been lf! to I ngnluat aud the poet almost out of tbe bettiug. Waudera, th* favorite, did not gain n place As lf to put at rent all rumors of int raas ing friction I let wee ii th* German and Russian courts, ths Emperor William has seut a special request to the raar to be allowed to ('onimand in person during the Hascian manoeuvres th* Viborg regiment, of w hlch the emperor is honorary colonel. Whatever th* secret foreign policy of Germany may lie, the emperor (rrtainly give* every outward Indication of desiring friendliness with France and Humus. Parsons who interest themselves in studying the prolmbilltie* of Euro^ieaa peace or war sr* looking with considerald* eagerness for soma utterance on th* part of Germany -apropos af th* Austro Hungarian war giinister'a recent declaration that peace I as not assured Standing alone. Field Marshal von Bauer’s declaration is serious, but not so conclusive as to create actual alarm. Continued silence on the part of th* other members of the dreihuud would, however, be generally construed as givlug tacit consent to Miuisler von Bauer’a gloomy view af the situation IM* Pol.ICE AND SKI RETA KT MATTHEWS The feeling of indignation on the part of ths london police at tflieir treatment by the government hourly Increases The latest aud by no means the least cause of irritation is ths cutting down by Home .Secretary Matthews of the bills for ex-jienses and over tine of th* men What the secretary's object is in harassing th* Coroa can only ba conjectured It is be (laved by rnauy that tbe intention of the govern maut la ta provoke a general strike and thus obtain an excuse for getting rid of a large number of the rank aud file sud tilling their platTs with men who can be more absolutely depended upon than tbe present fore* implicitly to do the work of the government ou such occasions aa the Trafalgar square meetings, or the re cent tem|ierance parade, should need arise in tbe future The men have nearly reached the striking point, but have de cided to await the publication of theeU’ peraunuation bill before taking final ac tlon Fuel MEN BOLD a melting. The postmen, who are about as much at odds with Postmaster General Kaikes as the police are with Home Secretary Matthews. held an immense secret meeting yesterday, the outcome of which has not yet t*eeu made kuown, though it wa* ox* peered that a Bual decision on the ques lion of s strike was to be settled then. It is generally thought that the postmen are hurting their cause by allowing such un reconcilsbles as < 'unningham Grahn rn and Charles Conylieare to make political cap ital out of their grievances Stanley will address the members of the Manchester atheneum and the geograph leal society in the Free Trade hall at Mux chester on Thursday. Both organizations have made extensive preparations for the re«>eption of the distinguished explorer. THE UTT OF FA KIS DISASTER. The Board of Trade inquiry into the causes of the disaster to the t'lty of Paris will begin in liverpool to day before the twiard of what are known as the nautical a.'tseasors, composed of sea captains This is aa ultra rigid inquiry, w hich is seldom made sxcept iii cases of fatal marine dis asters But the oftirerx of tile (amen and International company dealrt* to have the fullest investigation possible mad*, and are affording every facility for the in quiry The <*itv of Paris is uow lying at Liverpool iii the same confit iou as when the wa* towed into pert after the accident, except that she has baeti entirely cleared af th* debris Capt Watkins. First En gluier Wall, and the tiv* engineers and greasers who were in the engine room at the tune of the accident, will testify. Tomorrow the City of Paris will be inspected by the Board of Trade Jury, and after that repairs will be begun at once As there i* no hole through the bottom of the steamer the work will progress rapidly, but the Ititnan company will not advertise her to •mil before November. MAKT A ED KILSON’• COMING MAKKI AGE Fvery possible effort Is being made by lh* Anderson and Navarro families to keep the time and place of the traged leone’* wedding from the vulgar It was givett oui a few weeks ago that the cera mouy would be performed in Crumpton Oratory in July, with mach grandeur, with a view to throwing curiosity hunters, who are the bane of Bitch occaaiona, off the scent Miss Anderson Will, however, be married very quietly to-morrow mom ing at the Catholic chapel in Hampstead, aud only a few of her moat intimate friends wiil be Invited to the ceremony. The only bridesmaids will be her two half sister*. Blanche aud Juliet. GERALDINE CLM A KS FOREIGN sn CESSES. Geraldine liuiar bade adieu tothe Savoy theatre Saturday night. The house was almost tilled with friends of the popular young American, aud there was more floral tribute* on the stage thau are ofteu seen at a first night. Miss dinar will go this week to Pari* to study her part in Ml.a Cigala et 1<« Four mi,” with which she willo|ien at th* Lyric in October with Oudran, the composer of the operetta. She will sail for America to spend the summer on uext Sat unlay. A RESPECTABLE! DRESSED MDC SUKEL Au American hotel *ueak haa been ar rested in louden w It > give* the uauies oi Thomas ll McLrau and Haldwiu Hs is the moat respectable of scoundrels in ap 1»cmranee, dresses in tbe height of fashion and wears Jewel* that are geuuiue. His methods is to make acquaintance* on th* iran* Atlantic steamers, learn aiiout their valuables, aud obtaining rooms near his victims in the best hotels, await opportu-t ties for plunder Perhaps he is the man who robbed Major Pond at the Savoy Hotel. The Major left his coat, iu tbs pockets of which were HOO in CIO notes in his bedroom while he was iu his bath During his absence son.* one entered th* bedroom aud took ATO from th* roll, leaving the Major AUO to do business with. Mcl*an or Baldwin was arrested at the Hotel Met re pole and the polio* Lave beau anxiously searching for soma American who would ba able to recognise him as a criminal in order that ha may get the full benefit of the law Prana* ta Raaagatsa Brasil. | Paris, June 16,—M. Hi bot, minister of foreign affairs, la about to dec I ar* tbs ae- (■aaa my. I gM s n MNEYS^? \<>U[ flkT THE WRONG SORT ; THE RICHT (.MES ME MILEO PEARL TOP ANO ARE Midf onlfby. GEO. A. MACBETH A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA. cognition by France of th* Brazilian pro visional government, and has Intimated to Senor Itajuba, the Brazilian represent# fixe, that President ( arnut i* ready to re ceive him The Brazilian government baa agreed to submit to arbitration tbs question of the frontier be .wren French Guiana aud Brasil,to relax the export duty on rubber, nnd to exempt French subject* from the application of tbe decree that every one was in the Brazilian territory on tbe day tbe republic was proclaimed should be regarded as a citizen of Brasil Niu* Death* from Cholera Madrid, June lh.—The ti rat rases of cholera at Puebla de Hugai manifested themselves a month ago after extensive excavation* had been made for th* pur pow? of paving the street* Nine deaths from the dine**# have occurred, and on Saturday there were seven fresh case* Two-thirds of the inhabitant* of the town have fled Savau deaths and seven freak cases are reported at Moutichelvo, a vil lags near Puebla de Kugat A Kerr pl lot. to Asu«rtcaa KIM*m*u. Bremen, Juus lb- Th* Bckutieufeat committee a*M*ubled yesterday forenoon sad marched to the hotel where the Aiuer iran riflemen are quartered, conducting them to the Schutzenhof. The greatest enthUMiasm prevailed aloug th* route In the nile hall of the Schutzenhof th* visit or* welt? entertained at a banquet, after which in the afternoon the shooting con test began A ball was given In honor of The visitors in tbe evening. Th# Grand* Fria do Farts Paris, Juue 16.- The race for the Grande Prix de Pans of lUU.iXk! francs was run yesterday and resulted in a victory for Baron A de Schickler’s b c. Fitzroya, Mr F Arhtdbler’s b c. Fitz Hampton second, and Mr. K Peck’s b. c. Odd Fellow third, time, 3:J? There were thirteen starters Wanderr and 1a Nord, the favorites, ran unplaced Emperor William’* Movement*. Berlin. Juue Ii.—The Emperor WH liaiu will attend tbe Austrian manoeuvre ing at Trans) lvania and afterwards speak a week in Hungary. WOOL CONSUMERS TALK. They Aik for rn Reduction of Duty on Wool. Boston, June 16.—The Wool Consumers association have sent to the senate finance committee at Washington a memorial iu which they say: “For the protection of woolen manufacture of the couutry and for its rescue from a moat hampered and depressed condition we ask for a greater reduction or the total abolition of the duty ou wool. • The memorial continues:    *A free selection from many varieties of wool la essential for the manufacturer of cloth** required by the trade aud the exclusion of foreign wool so interferes with the necessary supply of raw material as to reduce rather than increase the quantity of Ainarican wool used.” Iii conclusion the memorialists say: “As all the wool grown in the world la not wanted, Hie American grower could hardly Is* injured by the readjustment of values lf, Mt the worst, his product should fall "lightly in price, ha would be compensated soon by the larger and mere certain demand from tbe stimulated and increased manufacture. The demand for mutton is rapidly increasing and mutton is afforded in lietter quality by sheep which produce long wool than by ths breeds prod ut mg short, line wool. Ths half bred mutton sheep's wool, in the warp, works admirably w ith the rejected worsted fibres and the Montevideo fleeces in the filling The Hlisted mutton flocks would tie stimulated through the impor tatiou of free matt rials The American consumer of woolen* and worsted* would get better fabrics at prices generally lower.'’ Tho memorial Is sigued by the executive rrtfful Wtee. Arthur T. Lyman, Lowell Maitaiacturiug company; Jease Metcalfe, \Yak>uiit>k company; William B Weeden, Weybosset mill*, ti CT, Mosca, Worumbo Manufacturing company; Charles M Beach. Broad Brook company; T. Q Browne, Assahrt Manufacturing com pany; Henry t\ Weston, Weston, Whitman & Co._ A DISASTROUS TORNADO. Score* of Building* Wrecked sad Groat Damage to Crop* In illinois. ST Lucia, Jump 16 — Humors are current here that the flourishing little city of Beardstown, in Centi a1 Illinois, has been overtaken by a terrible disaster, A tor undo of tremendous power, accompanied by hail and rain, swept over that section of Illinois Saturday evening, wrecking scores of buildings aud doiug immense damage to crops A telegram received from Virginia said repeated efforts to raise Beardstown have failed, and in con sequence the gravest apprehension is felt At Bluff Fpnng*. midway between Vir giuia and Beardstown the tornododid great injury to trees and outbuildings Hundreds of window lights were broken in farm bouses by hall stones. At Frederick, a few miles west of Beardstown, similar damage is reported by wind and hail. Rushville reports great damage to crops and farm buildings. For the Benefit of Indian*. Washington. June 16.—Among the bills pained by the seuate Saturday was tbe senate bill to provide for the reduction of the Humid Valley Indian reservation in California. [It provides for allotments of agricultural lands nu acre lots to Indians in severalty; the allotment of timber aud grazing lauds for their benefit, th* acqui aition at appraised rate of laud now beld by purchasers the survey of all the re maindei into 640 acre Iota, and their sal* at public auction, tbe proceeds to be de (Visited in the treasury and expended an uuaily for the benefit of the Indians) Also senate bill for tbe relief of tbe min sion indians in California (It provides for th* appointment of a commission to arrange a just and satisfactory settlement with the Indians tor their lands ) More Hunk Trouble* Ie Albany. Albany, June 16 —It has been learned that the rumor of trouble in another bank ing institution wa* well founded The albany County bank has just changed Its cashier, the former one dylug. It is uow admitted that at the time of his death, Mr. Templeton owed ths hank fJO.OOu It isthougiit that this may be recovered but yesterday it w as learned that the bank has lust fHii.(AJO through transact inns of Michael Gillie*, a rattle merchant. GU lice is the deposed assemblyman from this district. Tbe bank trustees claim they will get back all hut about 65.UUU of this Nominal sd tor a Fifth Term. Chicago, June 16 —At ths Republican convention of ths Fourth district Saturday tieorge K Adams was nominated for s fifth term in congress on th* first ballot. SPORTING MATTERS. GENERAL NEWS OF INTEREST TO THE WORLD OF SPORTS. Acnodal** Showing th* Steading of th* Clubs la th* Brotherhood, .National League aud American Association. Sunday Association Games — Arrangements for a Lightweight Fight The following table* *bow tbe staudiug of the clubs in the different leagues FLAY EKB’ LEAGUE Per .. on. I Amt. C Bos’on  .................... JST Brooklyn. ... New York .. Chicago...... Philadelphia Pittsburg.... Cleveland .. buffalo..... NATIONAL LEAGUE Wan. Lost. Out. Tt 1ft ,02ft TI 1ft .587 sa lf .536 a 81 Mi ti Kl Alt 19 TS 463 1ft 82 421 18 a 824 Won. Lost. ( 'Im inned............ .....JW 13 Philadelphia ......... .....rn 1ft Brooklyn.............. .....87 17 t ’till MHU............... ..... 88 1ft Howl ou ................ .....80 28 New York ............ ..... 1ft 8ft Cleveland ............ ..... 14 » Pittsburg............. ..... • 91 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Wen. boat bietle .............. .....T 14 Hoi bester ............ .....2ft 17 I .oui* vill# ............ .....24 1ft HI. I nu La ............. .....ta ai Toledo ................ .....1ft TS Columbus ............ ..... 1ft 24 Syracuse............. .....1« 24 brooklyn ............. .....18 2» Per Cent. SMH JU JU ABU .4*5 .43L* it'd JW8 Per Cest. IS .SUA sn OM .450 442 jai SU Sunday Assot tat ion Games. At Bl Louis - SC Leaks. .....J    o    •    ii    o    0    0    0    1-1 Columbus .........J    I    0    I    I    a    0    0    •- a Base hits- Bt. lands 6, Columbus IU. Errors 9t. Loots 5. Columbus Mi Batteries Ramsey and hlunyen; Oast right and OVonhor. Umpire Barnum. At Philadelphia Athletic* ............0    t    0    •    0    2    0    0    B-4 Brooklyn............J    0680400    •— I Bas* hits Athlatlc IO. Brooklyn IO. Errors - A thistle 4. Brooklyn I. Retteries Green sod Robinson; Daily aud Toy. Umpire Tool*. At Syrac use - Syracuse ........... 0    0    0    •    2    t    0    I    0-11 Rochester .......... ft    ftlftOftOOB-ft Ha"* hit* Byracus* 1ft. Rochester ft. Error* Byre* use 2, Rochester 7. Batteries Sullivan aud O'Rourke. Canthal* aud Mi Keough. Umpire Doescher. At Louisville Lou levi Ue-Toledo game postponed on accuuut of rain. Billy Mahau and Austin Gibbous to Fight. San Francisco, June 16. —The Occi dost a1 club of this city ha* matched Billy Mahan, the coaat eh si pion lightweight, against the celebncrd Newelk^^f. J., pugilist. Austtu Glikina. The purse will be one of ll.UUU, of w hich the lower’s end ta 1250. and the battle will probably come off th* latter part of July. THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL. It Will Likely ba Reported to the Senate the Middle of This Week. Washington, June 16 —The senate committee ob commerce, which has been handling the river and harbor bill for a little leas thau two weeks, will likely report it to the senate by the middle of this week. Senator Frye nays he expects to have it ready Wednesday. By refusing to give hearings to any but senator* and member* of the house and ex senator* and ex members, th* committee has simplified its work very materially and has hastened the completion of the bill by several weeks The bill as It came from the house ap propriated EA).UUU,(MD. the increases thus far mads by the senate committee aggre gate about $4,UUU.ftUU Other increases will be offered In the senate and urged there, aud it is likely th# bill will go into conference with an aggregate of 925,UUU,(MD, or very little less It la currently reported at the Capitol that the speaker of the house has said that he will not allow the bill to go through uuless it Is scaled dowu 36 per ce ut. from the amount appropriated by the houso bill, that la unless th* aggregate appropriation is reduced to about 115.(MD,UUO. This means that the bill will lie in conference for a long time, probably a month. Mr. Reed has the appointment of the conferree* aud he can instruct them at the time of their appointment if they are willing to take instructions from him. Mr. Frye, the chairman of the committee on commerce, will make an effort to have th* bill taken up aud disposed of before the tariff delate begins so that the long conference will have a chance to be concluded before congress takes its summer Original Package Dealers Jubilant. TorEKA, Kau . June 16 —The original package liquor dealers are jubilant over the decision of Judge Campion of the United Staten circuit court The decision is against the state in accordance with the recent supreme court decision The cases were dismissed. The court asserts that the original package ageut« had the right to Import aud sill the liquor and the state had no right to interfere by seizure or otherwise. No attempt to sell packages baa been made ainee the arrests of the first lot The places have been closed, but the stocks remain intact and preparations ar* tieing made to open this week. Application will be made to dissolve the injunction in the district court to-day. Yl« limiting Farmers. Carlisle, Pa., Juue 16.—The farmers of this valley have recently been very foolishly victimized by two swindlers to the extent of at least 950.060, The practice was the first of two confederates to uego Hate a sale of walnut stumps He would examine th* stump* offered by the farmer and ask him to set them Aside until his partner called for them the next day HU accomplice would come along, receive the atuiup* and offer in payment a counterfeit bank note of big denomination, re-t -iving ths couutrymau’s houest mousy in Axcbange It wa? owing to the fact that the farmers were In no hurry to break the bauk notes they received that the awiud-lers worked their game successfully. A BUI to Acquire Land* I* A lash*. Washington, Juue 16— Representative Payson of Illinois Saturday reported to the house from the committee on public lands a substitute for the senate bill for theacqui.illion of lands for town sites and commercial purposes in Alaska Chiao** Arriving ta Largo Number*. HERMOSILLO, Mex , June 16 —Chinese are coming into Sonora in large numbers by every vee**I landing at Quay ma* There have bean 406 arrival* within the last two NEWS FROM JAPAN Aa lateroDtlng Budget of Horn* from th* |    Flowery Kingdom. San Francisco, June 16 — Advices from 'Hong Kong itate that a deficit of 946.UU0 .has been discovered in the accounts of Z .SA Barrad" superintendent of the money •order department of the general postoffice, ■who al*»< onded recently. Advices from Ja|»an state that the stu lieut* of Tokio have apologized to Rev Dr Imbrey, the New Jersey missionary, who was at tacked and liemten by t hem some weeks ago Mr. Imbrey ha« entirely re^ ■covered, the excitement is suiciding and it is believed no more will be heard from tbere The foreigners, however, feel out raged that the guilty parties have not been punished They were simply required to apologize. The Shoz or native etudenta are becoming bolder every day aud Iniulta to foreigners are increasing The settlers com tug from Yokohama are armed with revolvers, fearing that there may be some abow of violence. The gov eminent seams to be doing all |KMt*tble to deal with the student* aa a class, but no incivility c^be offered them aa liulivid uals because of their desperate character In the meantime tim distress among thousands of the starving people of Tokia and other large cities la being ameliorated to a great extent by the foreigners a* wall as by the Japanese noblemen. One noble man is feeding a thousand people a day out of his own funds. The price of rice I* higher than ever before both in Japan and Cores, and this is probably only the fore cast of the suffering that is to follow The outlook far the growing crop of rice is not good, owing to continuous rain. There are many rumors concerning attempts by the Russians to take Coroa There is some trouble in Corea, but the Japanese officials know nothing definite aa to its nature. All that is surely known is that all of the British men^>f war are lying In th* harbors with steam up and under orders to sail at a moment’s notice Th* American uaval force is also expecting orders to sail for Corea Au officer of the British ship Severn said to the United Press re present at iv* that he had seen dis patch** and order* which would astound tbe foreigners in Japan The dis|uttchrs from Corea say that the new United States minister, Augustin Heard, has arrived there, aud that the retiring minister, N A Dunmore, is about to depart. The latter was presented with a testimonial of esteem by the foreigners of the country. The Japanese government has changed the bank note regulations so as to exteud th* note issuing power of the Bank of Japan from 175,0U0,(MD to 985,000,(DOayear This was done to raise the money market Neuma Schushi, editor of Mainlchi Shiinbun. and for ths past ten years a prominent figure in Japanese politics, died May 17. Ile fought bravely against imperiali"tn aud was pardoned and taken into government service. In 1876 he was sent to America, and upon his return euteml journalism. A MEMORIAL ADDRESS. Nervice* Iii Memory of Professor K. N. Mather of Amherst, Mass. A MR FKst, Mash., June 16 —Services were held iu the College church yesterday morning in memory of Prof. K N. Mather. A commemorative add re** was delivered by Prof Henry A. Frink. A very large audience was present, including many non resident alumni. Rev. A. II. Bradford, D.D., of Mont Clair, N J., delivered an address before the Y M. C. A of Massachusetta at Agricultural college yesterday, ids subject was ’‘Half truths aud the Truth, as illustrated }u the sermon on the Mount and Browning’s ('leon.”    . The haccalaurente sermon before the graduating class at the Massachusetts Agricultural college was delivered yester day by Professor Walker. His text was Luke xxii. iii, “Strengthen Thy Brethren.” The topic was “The Duty of the Educated Farmer.” The shaker held that it was necessary for the farmers, esjiecially in the present crisis of the agricultural interest, to have alt the education and knowledge possible iii order to act intelligently and effectively in restoring agriculture to its proper relative positions. Ha«t Drowning Accident. Rochester. N. Y.# June 16.—Three young men from this city,John Hirschtnan of 44 Colvin street, a man named Smith and another mimed Derg Ie took a carryall and drove to the liny yesterday afternoon. They rented a lion! on t he West side and rowed across the bay to a picnic. They drank quite freely and started back at about 4 o’clock When about half way over on their return the tioat was capsized. Hirschmau, w ho was sitting in the middle of the boat went down The other two men managed to keep afloat until help reached them All effort* to rescue Hirschman failed aud Coroner Kleludeist was notified bitt was unable to find the body. Young Hirschman was the only support of his parents, and wa* the third child whom they have lost by accident within 3 years. Disgruntled Tennessee Republicans. Nashville, Tenu., June 16.—At the Re publican convention held here Saturday to select delegates to the guliernatorial convention in July, resolutions indorsing President Harrison’* admiuist ration were voted down, half a dozen counties of the state having refused to indorse the administration, notably Rutherford, tile home of President Harrison’s brother, Carter B Harrison, United States marshal. The op position to the president comes from the rank and file of the party, because of his appointments in the state. Cont lur nreiueut Kxercise* at Hartford. Hartford, Conn., June 16. — Th* speakers at the commencement exercises at Trinity college next week are the following: Valedictorian, Clifford S. Gri* wold of Wethersfield, Conn.; salutarian, W. H. C. Pyncbion of Hartford; others are John Williams of Seymour, H. II. Barlter of Washington, T. L. Cheritree of Oak Hill, NT. Y., J. S. Little of Wilmington. Del., and Uriel H. Spencer of Hart ford. Commencement Exercise* at Rochester. Rot Hester. June lA—The exercise* in connection with the annual commence ment of the University of Rochester began lfutt evening at the First Baptist church. President Hill delivered the baccaleau-reate sermon to a large congregation The exercises will continue throughout the week, the public eveuts beiug held at the Lyceum theater. struck by a Trala and Killed. Philadelphia, June 16.—Joseph John son, aged 14, wa* killed, and George Smith, aged ll, probably fatally injured, yester day, by beiug struck by a Baltimore and Ohio railroad traiu at Gray’# Ferry. The boys are said to have baas playing tm tbs track. A FRIGHTFUL FALL HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HURLED FROM A BROKEN BRIDGE. They ar* Precipitated Into a Stream Hilly Fest Below — Forty Perwu* Re eel*# Injuries Which May Prow# Fatal. Thay Assembled to Wltue** tbe Per formant-* of a Bridge Jumper. Cleveland, June 16. — Two hundred people were hurled from a broken foot bridge in Beyerite park at 6 o’clock last night and piled in a struggling mass on the sloping sides of a gully, or precipitated into the lied of the stream 60 feet lielow Forty persons received more or less sever* cut* and contusions, some ut which may prove fatal The crowd had lieen drawn to the park by the announcement that a man named Hellar would jump from a cable stretched from the cliff to the artificial lake, nearly a hundred feet below. One of the hest points of observation was from a foot bridge across a gully sixty feet high This frail struct tire, sonic seventy feet in leugth, was packed with wrouicn aud children Suddenly, with a loud crash, the overweighted stringers "napped and the JOO occupant* of the structure were pitched head long into the ravine Men, women aud children fought their way out of the heup aa liest they could, trampling oil out-* below aud crushing dowu tho** who Impeded their progress. When the last person hail lieeti rescued from the pile it waa found that all t*u of the victims were able to go to ther homes unasHi.sted. The others were takeu by the ambulance to the hospital or their homes. Some of the leu have internal injuries that may prove fatal Following is a list of th# seriously injured; James SANDFORD, 5SJ years, right leg fractured aud internal injuries, probably fatal. Kl DOLPH WOODRICK, IM years, right leg fractured ami internal injuries, probably fatal Mrs. Rudolph WOODRICK, spine aud shoulder hurt. Jesse Caldwell, 17 j’ears, ankle fractured and arm badly injured Bfutiia Mi ster, 15 years, right hip fractured and internal injuries. Anna Thomas. 13 years, right aukle broken. VI \hy TiikMAN, 32 years, buck aud head injured. Unknown one legged man, leg broken. A STARTLING EXPOSE. He» era! Prom (naut (Ill/eon of Tesarkana 4'liai ued \\ Uh Ti atu Robbery. TEXARKANA, Ark., June 16. Some of the best citizens of Texarkana have lieen ai rested for (Simplicity in the Spur Switch train robbery. John S. Williams, one of the oldest citizens, w ho is a detective of almost national repute, has been locked up charged with lieing implicated. Na poleon McDaniel, an ex policeman, is un der arrest nu a like charge, tine Radcliff was also arrested. These men have hitherto been irreproachable in their life aud conduct. Tuesday morning Tom McGraw found a coat near the scene of the robliery. While on his way to town with it lie met Detective Williams, who took the coat, saying it amounted to nothing This was rejMirted to the sheriff, who searched W illinois- room and found a vest that matched til* coat, which led to the airest#.    * A Select Party to Visit Yorktown. Washington, June 16.—This afternoon a select party wHl leave th* Baltimore ami Ohio dejsit for a visit to Yorktown, Va , to inspect the monument ere* ted there to com me mo rat* the surrender af Cornwallis at that place. The [tarty is made up of congressmen from th* thirteen original states aud a few invited gu*«Is, wha will la* under the care of Col. J. E. Payton, a gentleman who has figured in every large event of this character. The Baltiiuor* party will take rn York river steamer at 5 o’clock and will be met at West Point by the government steamer Dispatch. Tomorrow morning they will lie entertained by Mr. Uruikshunk, the present occupant of the Moore house, iii which the treaty documents were signed. A HecUtmi Asaiiiat til* Go%*rum*nt. FT. Dodge, la, June 16—The De* .Moines river laud chs# was decided by Judge Shiva* Saturday. The opinion filed di -.I n I "sci the case of tile go tern meat ag.(inst the River Land company and roshi ins the company # title to every (aid section of laud for live miles ou cithwr side of the lh * Moines river in th* stat# of Iowa Much of the land h.*s been sold to settlers lij tile com [amy on warranty deeds and they will not be diaturlied. Seven bundled settlers who, through mistake, got their titles of the land company • must move off. Trouble is expected. Three Horse* Horned to Death. Franklinville, N Y., June 16.—The Glolie hotel stables and contents, inc I lid tng three horses, were entirely consumed by fire at about 6 o’clock on Saturdaj evening The hotel barely em ailed being burned, and it was a narrow escape for the whole block The cause of the fire I* unknown The loss is estimated at aiiout UUU. insurance, 92.UUU. F'lre’* Dot rad tv * Work. , Denver, Col., June 16.—A spark from a locomotive set fire to a hay whit house in the Union depot yards yesterday and the private car of General Manager Meek of the Fort Worth road and fourteen loaded freight car* were destroyed befur# the fir# could la?extinguished. HI* Fir# in Wi*ron»in. Oshkosh, WI*., June 16 —The plant of the Menasha Wooden Ware company wa# destroyed by lire Sat Imlay nig tit Tbe buildings burned include a saw mill, cop lier shop, repair shop# aud four block* of dry kilns. The lass is about 9>i0,UUU; insurance, 966,000. • Bier MIMM rent# Hermon at Corn«U. Ithaca, N. Y., June 16 —Th* baccalaureate sermon of the Cornell university wa* preached here yesterday by the Rev. Alexander McKenzie of Cambridge, Mass The nervices were held iu Gymnasium hall, which was gaily decorated with Mowers aud bunting. Shot th# Sheri IT and Kseaped. Booneville, Mo., June 16.—While Sheriff Crammer waa passing through th# county jail Saturday evening he wa# shot twice by John West, a prisoner from Sedalia. West then took the sheriff’s keys, unlocked the door and escaped A posse is after him A Coati#at*«ar Appointed. Washington, June 16.—H. A. Holden ha# been appointed postmaster at Ruah ford, N. Y CHILDREN'S CARRIAGE®. $9.75 r. ) Best silk plush, handsomely upholstered Baby Carriages, with heavy lined satin parasol aud standard, Star gear spring, the finest in the market, worth $12 and $1-1, for $8.75 and $11.75. Sj>ecial price. GIRLS’ PATENT, St >FT SPRING TRICYCLES ONLY $6.98 $&.7S $9.78 ERIE STORE. -HH SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT '117 OR bk RS tv ANTI Ii Mm, and women ff agents Hi# pay. steady work oiiitli ire**. No experience needed. J. Kim a nit Whitney, Wurwr)urn, Rochester, N. V. Si OI Hi AHT A co., I’n Ic ut Attorneys, HK* 7th St , W ashington, Ii (. , ,,,,,, |i g Patent Olde*. I’alciits, ('avcnts aud Hi*-Issues secured Trade Mn ks registered All Talent business conducted for moderate Keen. Information, Advice aud special references sent on request. £7*1 IMI Iu i^'illlln A MONTH ran hr iii utr NJ WW IO    working tor us. Persons j.n - I erred who ran furnish a horse aud give their whole tour to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies iii towns and < Hies. ii. F. JOHNSON A CU,, im., Main SU, Rn linum.I, Va. DW I Will buy 4*1 I love street h con-. I * R * lenient i-rison bouse ;rlnt lies presses mal aud Wood house, handsome veranda and vestibule, I Mick stoop mid storm-house, screen doors sud windows, storm sashes mid outside blind"; handsomely papered, newly Mantled inside and out. water and sink iii .lichen ami hid rant for lawn. lait box PUI, new sidewalks, fruit tria*#, garden and hot-U-d A bargain. W AM I II \ N ONVI MXN f..i . ai ll section, Satan *75 to #l(Ml, lo bs all) re. present a sm-ees-ful N. I. i mnpauy ineorpoi. ated to supply l»r> Goods, ( bulling, I boil, Jewelry, etc. to consumers at eoet. Also# lowly of tact, Salary *40 pi enroll member* ("O.nun now enrolled, finn,nun paid iii.) Reference* exchanged. Empire ( o-operalive \**oeiatmu (credit well rated) Lock Hot bio, ROOMS TO RENT In the Merchants Hauk*!iuilding. Inquire of if    Jaeoh.Wirtner    or Frank May. GARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of s ) IG S overcoats rn nil, Equal to any iii tho city, and at prices that will pay you to see him hefoie purchasing. We have the largest assortment of Patent Leather Shoes iii plain ami light-colored tops, hand and machine newel I. We carry a complete line of NEI-TLETON’S Fine Shoes. lf you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. \roii will like them. Our GENTS’ $:Ox> Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, iii broad, medium or narrow toe, is the I>est shoe for tike money that has ever been offered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and lie convinced. SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I ci Centre Street There is no better place to buy Roses, Stain-roses weeping-roses, all kinds of fine ornamental plants, coleus geraneiims, tom a toe aud cabbage plants, than VANDERMEULEN’8 GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle ami Seventh Hts P^y pooDp AftD £af^pe:t3. adam, mmnanderson A M KRU' X N KLOCK. Main Street, Buffalo, -    -    -    -    N.    Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is:    “Second to None.” We wi*tli to lie second to none in your service. Try us aud HCC. We wish to impress upou our out of town friends, in view of the proposed changes iii the ta rill* aud the probable increase in the cost of nearly all kinds of dry goods, that the month of .lime will be 'the month for them to shop. Prices were never lower than they are at present in our store. 11'the proposed tan lf bill parses, prices iiiiihI go lip. We arc offering splendid bargains iii sateens anil ginghams and summer xvash fabrics of all kinds. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks arc Heiling cheap. We quote the following bargains in underwear: Gentlemen’* blue mixed aldrin and drawers in medium weights, at 50c. per suit. Gentlemen’s Balbriggan underwear, 50c. per suit. Gentlemen's blue angola shirts and drawers at 25c. each, 40c. goods. Ladies’ Jersey vests as low as 10c. each. Ladies’ balbriggan vests with lace trimming, only 15c., worth 25c. Good grade Jersey vesis at 25c. {each. White and black lisle threat! lerttejr vests at 75c. each. Silk vests, ail colors, 75c. each. bindi prices wiil tie considerably advanced if the tariff is changed. Our prices are much lielow even current prices, and we are selling fine cloths, napkins, D’Oyleys, towel#, etc., at rare bargains    - New styles in parasol*. New style" in gloves. New styles iii hosiery Headquarter* in Buffalo for |Uarpeti, Rugs, Draping sod npholHtering'fsbrtafl. Addnl Meldnn and Anderson, american hlock, MAIS STR KET, BUFFALO. N. Y. C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, JMU*64 MAIN HT., I* lf FFA I JI, N. V. DKA I.EK IN Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, 8ilv*rware, Leather (iisili, etc KNO HA y/XU, HOLLI if HIL V KR PLA TIN A COMPLETE LINE OF J/ Mi .HSI MAIN HT KE ET, BUFFALO, N. Y.Gro to Monroes for Curtains and fixtures ;