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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX liF.P RESENT A TTVE E7SINESS HOUSES B OF DUNKIRK. 4 Nrrw M4CHINK for riihnir nil kui'is nl blanks is the latent ad'litiop in Mi-cliamc-al Departmentol "inpany. THE TARIFF BEL PASSED. NT. Y., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. V BR. UIFFOKO, an'l 2M Central Are I Artirtic Photographer Instantaneous l nf lialiius a specialty a.-ecj not for htinahme exce THE SENATE ENACTS THE MEASURE BY A STRICT PARTY VOTE. CloilDC Argumentl by Tnrpie, Tent, Vniicr and of Senate Will on the Amendment. to the Houne Conference nilltee ing In the Sept. min- utes iu routine business yesterday i the senate took up the taritf bill, the BOOK HLNDKKir-jAMKb IBVISO I'r pnetcr, No. 16 B. Second etraet. near Bu. lalo street, Dnnkirk. N. y. Majfinincs, Ma- ne, J amphlets, etc., bouml in al' atyies. promptly attended to. AH work fcunranUxid B UKCHEIfS CKOOKKKV Central Avenuo. Wholesale .ind retail ilealci in I poruM -acdtir Clunii. Glabswure., Ao. pHAnTACIJUA HOTKI, Uatca, tl per day. and Boaubng stable .n i Victor ainl cW7 Lion sti Kt.N KLIN SON, ;Bn Center nrctt. horse-fchocrs. H.trtinular ul "to inUiriennK horses, summit c tr..ttii.g liordBs a MpcziaUy. j EVEN-ISO Ol LnrKest Daily in the AH imeq nulled uilveiuiiiug medium. DCJiKJKK KXOINEKHI.V1J Kortrc !v tellcw of Xnjfines, BoiliT-, I'ullrj-, lUbKOri. r-lo. i'atur.n, h it.ir-. and .Vjclnne Work loonier. SU1KT CO., M', i Coiuer Btrcct, Maiuifactuicrb uf i'lU Cromweil" .ml l Hum.' Dress Uii in all le inu ClOthlf, rJl l I-. HI U.ink.rk. i ing on its passage, i Mr Turple addressed the senatt in op- pcuition Io the bill opening with an allu- I aion to the phrase "pauper so often i in the tariff debate. He said that if -----i that meant the laborof Inmates of prisons or eleemosynary institutions he was very I certain that none of the products of such labor, either in JSurope or the United ___ States entered into the volume of foreign commerce, and that if it meant labor of those who were represented in the in- teruational congress of labor, it should uot be qualified as "pauper." It was true that tlie laborers of Europe were often very in some lines, but io the I Lnited States they were also ver3' wretch- I edly paid. ApuhinK his remarks to the tariff bill, Mr. Turple said, that thatj bill was a bill of alUinder against wages] It was a bill calculated to diminish the' means of the laborers' subsistence, and therefore to diminish his means of resistance to the opposition and injustice with which he always threatened by a reduction of wages The Senator from New York (Mr had declared that the bill would f become a law. That was very clear. But as it was the wotst of tariff law so it would be the last that under the guise of protection to the Ameri'.-iD laborer tax him for the benefit of exclusive privileges and strip labor of its eaiBings, aud dually of its lights. He believed most firmly that the law would 1 uot be permanent either in Us administra- tion or m its principles. eUwwbere; and he would let tho nd- JVetmeut take wuoug the of United States. At this point of Mr. Jones' speech the presiding officer announced that the six hours asmsfned for general debate had ex- pired. The rote was then taken, and the 29, as fol- Yeas-Aldrieh, Allen. Allison. Blair Cam- eron, Chandler, Pnlloni, Dims DawS Dlion. Everts, Frye, Haulej, UhnrJna cock, Hoar, Incjalls. Jout, McMil Ian, Manderson, Mitchell, Moody, Pud dock Pierce, Platt, Plumb. Quay, Sanders Sawyer Sherman, Spooner, Squire, Stewart stookbrMge, Teller, Washburn, Wilson Nays-Harbour, Bale. Berry. Blackburn. Cockrell. Cole, Col- Faulkn.v. Gorman. Gray, Har- Kenna, Morgan, ,r Vent, Voorhees, Walthall, Wilson (MdJS9.- The following pairs were announced, th_ hrst name in each couple being In favor of the bill: Messrs. Dolph and Brown, Edmunds and George, Warwell aud Payne, Hale and Morrison, Mornll aud Hampton, Stanford and Gibson, Pettigrew and Call. Mr. Aldrich moved that the senate in- sist on the amendments to the house bill and a- k for a committee of the conference to consist of seven on each side. 1 he motion was agreed to, and Messrs. Aldi ich, Sherman to, Allison, His- n, is cock. McPhewon, Vance and Carlisle wer appointed conferees ou the part of the hCUSe SpeLlt the entire da? fihbus on the questicm of approving the _ I, the object of the obstructionists being to prevent the consideration of the i-.-iimtoii-Venable contested election case Irom Virginia. VIOLENT STRIKERS, SOUTHAMPTON TERRORIZED BY A RIOTOUS MOB. Much of the Digorder Charged to the and Had Judgment Of Cow- ardly Labor win Endeavor to Prevent Further Wrenches of the Foreign News. LOXDOX, Sept. H.-The violence of the Southampton strikers is hurling their cause in the estimat.nu of the public though it geiier.Jlj admitted that much of the disorder that has occurred is ch.arg.i'jlc Io the rashness, bad judgment and even cowardice of the magistrates quite as much as to any desire on the part of the strikers to cause trouble A num- ber of leading labor men have arrived irom Ivondon and are endeavoring to im- prove the discipline of the men and pre- vent further breaches of the peace. The admiialtyhave exteudedtheir aid to the local authorities by providing a water patrol of marines. The strikers paraded yesterday afternoon, the proces- sion being a mile ]onK. A local priest who is popular among the men. is as Mlf-.ippninteclmeciiulor llaS) NO. CHEEKS FOR _____ DEPEW. ffenlal of th. Central Warm Welcome. NEW YORK Sept. I0.-Dr. Chauncey M. Uepew was the best cheered on the steamship Teutonic wlion greyhound steamed into quarantine this sereralof AJr. Depew', friends chattered the Sam Sloan and left the foot of West lenth street at fi o'clock to meet him Ihr-yhad not lonz to wait for ihe Teu- toeic reached quarantine at P SO o'- kick J. Pienvpont Morgan's stc- ,m the CorMir, with Thitd Vice President H alter M ebb on board, was also clown the bay at an early hour. A band stationed on the- upper deck of tip Sam Sloan, and as soon as Dr DP pew '.s smiling cotiutei'inre v rr-oJiilzed the rows of passengers' -ide of the big steamship, it and the people ELMIKA FLOODED. THE LOWER PART OF SUBMERGED. THE CITY the p. Payeu chetrwi th mselres hoarse. When tue Teutonic showed up a gani? "cross to the Sloan Butcher, one of the committee anl and J. :n fact, made i i.... rogress toward bring- COOPER TALKS OF WINE SUPPERS. He Wants to Know If Attorney Lemon Did Not Stand T.cat. Sept. ll.-Tlie special ini .g mto the house committee uHs against of Pensions i i 1 r. HOrr.i. ,11111111; I'M EJ Uci-vl hssj v i j.] bi UVSB non-es. B' -i iierci ;l Xravc' .1- He believed that they would all disap- pear, and that very suddenly, and that all J the norslnppeis of .Moloch of monopoly i would banished to "The TJndellotable and would be dnven into the caves and dens of the earth in a forlorn j minority. Vest was the next speaker. He said Haum continued its day. Judge ri.ir- i.i net street. W arc a ar a carge the Dnuociatic party with being the party I? of rufiiiinisni and crfine. aud had chareed was H tf. Cct.lr il A IIKITINU taihu Aj.icijr '.nilliii-Larers'.I Aj ainlary Pluinliin" a -specialty iratii- iiur Fine shirts, lex-; u.'tX jc.anc! Laee (_ iiruinib. Frot, I A uuiuunn.'o, JUT Center I jj IS. OKH.H. fc. Tl.inl st cor. nt Buffalo I .r .nitr anil er in Kim- ItoniuA -ged senators with beingcharltans, dumayo'-ucs, dishonest pretenders and habiaml slanderers. Tim Democratic] pait) ami ever) gentleman in it could I treat that senators assertion with 1 For a century in peace and in war, iishine and in shadow, its flag had d in every township, county and I stu'f m the I'nioii, and would continue to I flout until the couutry itself ceased to i 1 'J'uniintc his attention from Mr. Hiscock i j to t ne t .nit bill. Mr. Vest characterized it l as the culmination of w hat was called the pu.tective principle in this country and a glaring illu.stration of the hmoric truth that cl.-iss receded i yester- Jn ope-ied Ihe session by an employe of was examined in connection with cases, which it was charged, were uuuer Mr RHUUI'S late orders put upon the completed files of the pension office when all but nine of them, upon examina- tion by the department, were found to be that from the information filed with the pension office in ith these cases they were con- but in some cases the till in communication the war department or comrades of I the claimant for additional information, and their office had no way to ascertain these facts except by asking to have the case taken up for completion. In answer to a question by Mr. Cooper he said that of the thirty cases referred to six were before the board of review nine were complete, thirteen were lackin" re- quirements which the pension office had to supply, and in two of them further I evidence was called. Mr Cooper witness if he had not j m company with George Sqmies, private i 'ir'ics into a mood for arbitration of the dispute Io Southampton TesieU. The Ixjiidcu, duck, refusing to load Southampton vesse.s, and the Shippers' union, recently formed for the purpose of sunplviiift men to uku the pKces of sinners, has uot been able tnexrrnd much aid ui tue snip owneis in ibis emergency ihe union, though it hasseven well organ- ized branches, has not succeeded in en- rolling mrtny laboi era ou its lists so great is the dread among the workmgmen of being known as "blacklegi Tlie Admiralty to Investigate. The admiralty h.-ve decided to investi- gate the complaints of the government dork yard employes relative to wages and other matters, and the representatives of the men will be granted a hearing in a few days. The skilled laborers ask for au increase from 50 to S7 per week, and laborers want SO per week. ut "c uummiuee of reception, ran across it and srasped Mr Depew by both hands He was followed The doctor stepped down the improvised gangway to the hurricane deck of the tug boat and fell into the arms of his ft lend? an of whom shook him The Chemung RiTer nnl.ed to the Dan- Her Llne-Mnoh Damage No Truing Running on the D., I. and W. O-'lne to High W.ter-Th. Krl. Blocked by and Wa.ho.ta. Bridsen Swept Away. oh owr parts of the cuy are nnder water and much damage is apprehended Tha railroads are experiencing a Kood of trouble. The Delaware, Lalka wanna and Western is Dot running teaiM owing to the high water at Kanona. Tne Erie road is blocked by landslide and washouts at Addison and 80m on that hands A f hands. After him bim by both Mrs Dfr-w and a" egemHU- "Lmo lu-law and the two Mr. Depew VMS then down airs, where he a had a stairs, where he and Vi-e President M'ebb private ition. various Phases of the su-ike were discussed, and Posted cu the The great strikes of the past few months in Jiuglaiid have all ended favorably to the sinker--, moie especially the Leeds gas strike, Mhen the city corporation surrend- ered to the violence of the men after the 01 tv had been in darkness for several niidits, und the Welsh railway strike in which the demands of the men were sub- stiuHially couced. d. Tne result is that all labor tinonghoiu England of every kind is bunt; including even the bill distributers and ihe sandwich men. The '10 carry boards in the 36 cents a day. -They old soldiers. One of the iuuustiial phenomena of Frank Loomis who had been appointed bythecomnntteetomake the address of welcome, delivered a few well-chosen re- marlrs Mr. Depew ou safe return and extending, nn behalf of assembled guests, a hearty welcome The speaker referred to trouble be- tween the Central and its employes and on its latter, wl str include tna'iy the complimented the mnm-'prnont course throughout the strike Mr Depew responded He siiid- welcome is the more gratifying brcanse it is in a measure un- expected About me are the largest rep- resentation of the organization of the New >ork Central road than during my HM -x, terdlly nioruing. Ihe Northern Cenural road has a bridge and a long piece of track washed atklna, where the water fr0m Watkln, Glen comes down m destructive force Several bridges md a number of ,'tair- ways were washed out of Walking Glen IheAddisouaua Psnnsylvania road had a trestle Hashed out near Addisou and the out the tracks .w weU thole'cf the Bradfoi-d. Eldred and Cuba road, and th. ellsvilU, and Couderspoi-t line. Exhib- itors nre moving catrhs and from the Interstate fan-grounds here in antic- ipation ot the flood. CANISTEO INUNDATED. EW ASTRICHAN CAPES just arrived; the Intel thing for shoulder wear. They are only and worth almost double this price. Boys' Fancy Laced Flannelette Waists, worth price only 25c. Ladies' and children's Flannel Caps, only48c. Fancy face Veiling in all the new styles. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Muncliaw'i CeleDrated Hair Kertorcr Tl Driven to Second Stori.. of Their Homum. x y gept. _The '-n anyone TT ucvvr receaea. i -i V Iff the country on the DBS- r or' In iePb' said he f.t i..n i .__ njin nnr. lint nH.i-.it ._ KNKT WE1LKU-S A EW STOKE, T.UI! cverytlni Jlorc M I'erUiimni; to .1 iiife of the bill, because he believed "the __ sooner the crisis reached the issue 1; j brought to a fiui-h. the better it would be :n- I for the country and all its material indus- iik'i fo the question of the de- cay of the foreign commerce of the United ridiculed the reasons given on Uie organization of unskilled as in such instances as those just cited and mauj otlieis. Hnnorlng Djnamile Daly's Rrnther A brother ol Dan IX-.ly, the dynamiter, just died at Luneiic-k and Ihe friends CommisJoner Tanner; and To gone up the and had wine it posing public funeral. The affair is be- ing gotten up by the most extreme fac- tion ot iri-eeoncilHbles, and the Parnel- lites are hoWiun aloof from it. The effort which was made to secure a commutation prisoner com mi suppers, for which he, thtuiigh Mr bad not, bnt admitted with Squires and others for a day's on which they had meals, etc., but said that each man paid his share. Mr. Cooper replied that Mr Lemon had come befoie the committee aud made reflecting upon him (Cooper) of Dan Daly's .sentence after the had testified befoie tlm Parnell sum will, be renewed as a JOO central Avenue 6 lor Paper Pa. at J. W., i 3troct, Manufacturer an-1 ir.'.lc-s, OolSars, IJiiffalo tordc Covers nce committee and Republican M-nators ou the sugar schedule, aud de- dared on the authonty of a stHtomrat of Mr. Allison in 188S that the reduction of th_e'nvf the standard on sugar from Xo. 16 to !3 gentle- men to order, and ruled the testimony re- lating to uine suppers as uot pertinent to i 17 Third stn-ti, Tailor. Gentlemen will Un tn. tucalloo inebofonip irc where. U. CAKV Lion street Sullied, cloths, ijranite Ware. tyot I'iutit antt Mo' ouch as blank-books, leil-vrs, and tlone at cor. 'mini ami Buffaio 11- Mttrble, Kmggin sloue. Cal i on tne '-efort1 our >i Je-waLk. K- (SLEV CO., 7 ami Front btreeL vVl-'.cky, U'mes, nn 1 aquur niiv U, tT Lion sLrret, pejir me den fr, reed mi.I l.i-.c 'JK- day or on stable. >M J. JU1 Central A.-e. i, deiieral i lie.il J rue, L.Ee, Auident, ml Luc b -i LI. I'ri'uii1 to bn s Ue i- I ..-at. HI. U hi I 'IIUI. I'll i .1 UH-I- V :i 1 II .11 Ir I'llllll and ihe increase of the duty above No 16 iue c from 4-10 to 0-10 cent a pound, would put tO a year in the of the refiners Coming to the question of reciprocity, Mr. Vest declared that Mr. Blame's market was in the wrong place Ihe people of the not give up tUc- market of Great Britain. The English were bound to have the wheat and corn and meat products of the West. The South American peopledid not want those products aud would not take them. Mr Vest opposed the reciprocity amend- ment because it committed to the pres- ident Dower-, which were abhorrent to the principles of the government. Mi. V.mce said that the treasury had uot, in the preparation of the bill, been considered in the slightest degree. Its purpose nasfso it was said) to reduce but it was not to reduce taxation. It was intended to increase taxation while rwlucin.; revenue, and to divert that in- creased taxation from the treasury of the people to the pockets of the private par- ties Mr. V.mce objected io the bill because it was M-.i'.il.ilously sectional. It made sugar fu-e, and sugar was a southern pro- It made the machinery for making j' C. J. L I Kxcelsior Meat Poultry. Meats, Lara, i.e[ i r' ATCHEN JEWKLKV, liiii ttic- t tc i inn l REWARD! K wlJ pin tlie al.oi'j n t-a .1 l.-vert omi'lumi, {'-i.t. k 1U uiu. tie r.vi .re-turn, Oon-t I'.-Uiun or ur i v, lien tiie a.rectio. Ibty are jaireiy V an ill .cc 3 H -reUible, and never lai, u., dnci beet sugar m i he northwest free, and "it maintained duties on the cane sugar ma- chinery of Louisiana Rice was a southern i-rodnct, and the duty on rice was reduced. Binding twine for the -nestera fields was made free, but the duty ou cotton ties was tripled He believed that the western farmer would be ashamed to look in the of bis brother farmer in the South af that disciimiuation The bill had but one redeeming feature; ind that uasits intense andnaked selflsh- nould be the means of arous- ing ihe conscience of the American peo- i iuil of leading to us repeal. M- ianc, of Nevada made an address i" nit i, i.datiou of the policy of the pro- 1 i und illustrative of its ef- ilevilopiug the mechanical arts i ai.u t 'iidii-trial forces of a nation. He i t, iniMH'i, ihe free traders to the robbers and of the middle ages, and Bald iue nade would result in the de- strmti.iu of industry Free trade, he would bring the watch; protection I would .riuir Ihe watchmaker Men con- i .t.tuted machines did not. Not only trade delusive as a theory i but it fact, falling into discredit where it existed. In conclusion Mr Jones said thai he legarded the pending bill as one of me mo-.! beneficent measures that could bi into -lie duties were made higher. If ho had his wsy he would make it a tHiill of exclusion on all the articles on the moduct nn of which the same employ- ted he had carefully considered the question raised Tuesday as ndmjuujj, testimony Universal refrigerator was woitlilesn and a fraud, and had come to the conclusion that it did uot pertain directly to the matter under iinestiga- tion aud he saw no use of going into it at this time. In reply to a question put by Judge ilson as to the harm of the orders com- of over the sam OOU, an excess peiiod in It is officially stated tlmt King Htimbei will attend the launching of the new Italian natship at r-pewia on the 23rc msi caused by th piuposed i.icsence of a French fleet on that ocnasicin hnviiiK been removed. its provisions plained of. he snid that H ere so numerous that it increased the difficulty ot the attorney and pensioner in gc ttiim the st.uus of their The committee adjouined until 11 o'clock to-day TALKED OUT OF Clever Trick of Three n.ink at t'ltj. DETROIT, Sept. special to The liom Hay City, Micli s iy-- A few minutes lit fore noon j, sit- d a'three men enter-.] the .-x-iond X il" bank and two of tin-in ,i to the 'eller uii-l hook- 4> tb m til c ers ,t ion about baniviu.! dsnie-.-, T'le thinl snppei aiouiul to lie 1-iuk ol the b.mkkeepei's desk ,irul stole a p ick.ige of bills .imount- lug to ulnth was ready lor ship- ment. After the departure of ..he three men the robbery wa5 discovered ami the police notified immediately, but have not captured the robbers The .--econd Na- tional bank is located ou the most promi- nent corner in the city A> cent3. Beware achauced tWo.OOO for the period of one year .it U pei cent interest The land cost JIOVXX) and has been paid for. IleMcles this c.'H.iteral Di Talmage his life for ,u, part payment. The cost ol the n, w church is estimated at tsttu.uuo, ,-incl nitii ito new ami other incidental expenses the ectnocoat, including the laud, will reach 8505.000 ________________ Buried Under Tons of Ejith. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 11 digging a well at 1220 Sansou street it caved in and buried James McGougb up to his waist. His fellow workmen attempted to rescue him, but another cave-in buried him under several tons of earth A Prison "Warden Commits Suicide. READING, Pa., Sept U.-Isaac Knoll, prison warden and clerk of the orphans' com t, commuted suicide last evening by drowning himself in a pond near his res- POWDERLY'S BROAD CHARGE. He AC-CUSPB I'inkertoii'd Men of Crime; Hit at Dppew. SlKAf-UsK, N. V., bep; thou sand iHoplenem to the Alhamhra rink amid a torrent of ram last night to listen to au addicts, by General Master Work man Powilerly. Tne mayor pieskled at the meeting. Mr. Powderly's adcljes was devoted to an exposition -o the principlcsunderlyinif the organization of the Knights of Labor, hostility to laud monopoly, tax refoim, government ownership of railro.uls, the o child labor, equal pay for both sexes, and arbitration between employer and e ploje Speaking the strike on the Central, he s.iid that it would not to make itself ,t_lt mi.il a IH-.V had beet, written the statute books putting organized l.iboi on n eijual footing with organized capit il With retard to the recent at- tempts to wreck Central trains, he asked for a suspension of public in lament until the tiutli should b- bronjht out in the coin-Is, expiessnn; the utmost confidence that the iesp .iisibilux-of i hem would be traced, uot to the K i_-lits nf Labor, but M the thieves and th'u- hited by the rail- road company under ihe name of Pinker- ton detec-tnes The following reference was made to Chnnncev II Depevv: "Air. Depew arrived in this c-ciunti-j to-day. I hope that he will hate the giod sensj to sue ik to the men in the cl l-time spirit H is on record as sajiuxthit the settli-mi-ut uf labor ques- tions lips in arbitration We "ill see noxv whethei h" i' tvji-iied tosq lare his ,-ic- tu.u uitli Ins wonls All adin.sM.iri .cr- was chn'-ged to the meeting anil the money will go to the striker.--. Reed Tal.oji to Troy. Sept. ll.-.lohn Reed, one of .lol ALBASY, the tinm wieckers. and who is supposed to have tuined State's evidence, was taken to Iroy lust night ami locked up because it was intimated that a writ of habeas corpus Ind been isMud He .says he was arrested on Satin day without a warrant and locked up n Bissell's office The road detectives sar they will have the other Strikers ap- plied foi work in large uunifeers and many were taken back idence in Womlesdorf old. He was 65 years A CenloniiHi ian Celebriktes Her BirthdaT. ROMXJCT, N Y, Ellen Bloomer of Klleiiulle, L'Ister county, cel- ebrated the hundredth anniversary yester- day presidency has been gathered place I take it, as a testimony to the fact, that the organiz-itton of the New iork Central road is mnt m and its actions, [r'heers I am not here to discuss the questions which have been so by Mr Loomis, but t-o sav that my two months' vacation, which were npon at tbe usual drtP nnrl fron, whu-h I 1, re Uirned at tne u-uaj date, left the manage- ment of the road m the bauds of (he dulv accredited officers whom the diiectois be- lieved were fully competent to man ig. m any difficulties that might arise, and they have ilemonsirated that that confi- dence has not been misplaced. [Cheers 1 I noticed that one of the newspapers that came to me seemed to he discussing my piesidential chances. It is said iS effect that my hob-nobbing with aristo- crats and noblemen on the other side would hurt me in the eyes of the democ- racy of the United States I want to state Here tliat in no movement of rny life and in no utterance that I make is the presi- -lency of the United Ftntes m my mind roacl T i of 'he Central Ltfon that pollncal When I travel abroad I travel tor the purpose of seeing what I can and learning what I can; of meeting distinguished people; all of them I can possibl; meet, no matter about presumed piesidential honors. I knew that the difficulties which had arisen in connection with the railroad were in the hamU of a gentleman who was fully competent to take care of them I knew the Xew York Central railroad possessed in every department the best most efficient, most businesslike, most enterprising and most loyal organization that is possessed by miy railroad corpora- tion in the L mted Slates, and 1 needed uot your presence heie and friendly greets ing this moimng to assure me that in heart, in spirit and in aspiration as of'old we are all one. [Loud cheers 1 Mr. Depew sat down the chatted happily with the officials of thoy jail in a carriage Kc-ecl not ar- ,-uic] it was muled th.it he is sfill a irisoner in Albanv of this i own aroused at 4 o'clock ves- tenlnj morning by an alarm which proved olaliood. A continuous, hard un had succeeded in Purdy aud Lenneti v inch overflowed their f third lime inside o euouth aud west ti the -ill, u-eis a sea of. water. Cellar, full waits, afloat, gardens covered Hndn jvneral appearance of desolation i damage is anticl- except to t Sole Manufacturer, 68 Kmt Third street. The Catnsteo river, which flows across the north end of the village. is also its banks, inundating that portion of the Mii.ige.uid causing some of the iuhabi ants to move to the second stones of thei houses Tbe road oomplete, hlor-keri. All kindn of business isprac tically Several bridge ,wTv V'1" ed the building Inr- B. U. Mullett, Easi Hun' pccti O. A. :BEK. If you have a sewing machine or lawn mower or any olher machine to repair or cutlery to grind or a saw to gumm you will do well to call on me. Bicycles and tricycles repairing a spec- ial (y. j, BBHNBAHD, Machinist. Zebra street near depot. Anoll.er CantnUietor Klectrocotlon XEW YOIIK, Sept. U.-Judge Lacorne handed down a decision in the wube of the Japanese murdetor, Shihiok Jughgo yes erday, denying the application for a m.ide by Lawyer Roger habe DAHOMANS' INHUMAN ACTS. iisnncl Munv I 11.1 l-s N-pl II u( t es! l Di-ath .1 i-cl. and In -tH-nnerTau- us here null in n IMPS HIIC! soldiers roui Dnhorue.v Tlip men Hie in a pit.ibli- heeu eo.n ondition their health letely shnttere.l bj the haidships they :ive endured. 'l'he Tnurus bung details f the defeat ol Egbas by the Dahomans. he victors, it appeals, destroyed thirty s and took 3.000 prisoners The D.ihouians showed no mercy, and guilty of the most inhuman acts of rnelty. All the names that ware eap- .ired in the vnl.me- v-ere killed, uiany of lem being burned Egbas and 00 followers fled to the Catholic mission t Abbeoknta. King Behinzm after- ards advance! into the interior and exp- ired more A cii j ci Sherman, at the instance of the Japanese government, which seeks to save the pris- oner from the of Kemmler, on the STound that execution by electricity is a cruel method of punishment. The court holds ihnt the federal supreme court has decided tint the law fixing that method of ex cution is not obnoxious to the pro- visions of the federal constitution. Rednien Elect Officers. .M T. 'OIJK> n.-The convention of theLuitecl States grand lodge of the Independent Order of Rednien, elected the following officers: Over grand chief, of Brooklyn under graud chief, William Kommel of Phila- clelphia. bei gross i-hief, Michael Gaiser of Ireiiton, ai.-mcl clinplam, Henry Meurer of gr.uid .secretaries, S Goodman of New York, H Schaumburg of Balti- more. The next convention will meet in Philadelphia in September, I8ai. Io HHVK Pei-ishi-U In the H.-The large fancy -juods of M -strnsky, Bras Co., exieiKli-i.; block from ne Hun.luil ,md '1 wciity-fonrth to One Hundi.d .md stieets, West I hird by fire last pven- niK. 'J lie lo.-s is .jro.CiOO, msurar.ce, f 000 It is beheied thae the watchman emplojed in the store was burned to .We have the largest assm-t- nent of Patent Leather Shoes n plain andli git-colored tops, land and machine sewed. "We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'SFine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and 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 21 3 Centre Street A-t good while 11-4 blankets. soft woolly 10-4 Man- kets. splendid value. Same 11-4 white 11-4 blankets; which we have regularly sold at 15.00 At white 11-4 California wool blankets of most exccllant quality. Capital scarlet all wool 10-4 -I blankets at Grey blankets extra value very heavy at Califor- nia wool at Senuine California white blan- kets from 88.50 to Comfortables from 75c, to Plush sacques. Range of prices from 810 to A leader at 825-: this we take to be a most popular price, and we offer garments several dollars more. They are of- excellent quality seal plush. ornaments are genuine seal lining is good satin, Length, 42 inches. Sizes in bust measure 32 inches to 40 inches. Mark 'you oc never bought such a sacque be- Dress goods. We particularly recommend our Ijne of 50 cent fa--" brics. All the new plaids and stripes, fancy weaves and plain fa brics in all the new colors. Send for samples. At 25c. and 45c. we also offi r good value. New Fall styles ready in all de- partments. New Carpets, and BLOCK, 396-402 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. T. "Purity-Strength-Perfection.- C.C. PE N FOLD Fnl! neturus from Mttine. Baking owden Manufacturer and Importer MAIN ST., nvtVAIM. N. V. DKALKK IN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, I.entlicr Gooils, etc KNORA YlNO, GOLD VKR PL A TIN A COMPLETE LIKE OF Absolutely the Best. All the' ingredionU in making this powder nrc publisiu-j ,ln every la- bel. The puiily of the in-rechenu and they MAIN STI4HET, BUFFALO, N. Y. PATFNTS Thompson Clarke bcattei-ing aie comllined. render Clevc-land'p Republican "plurality The places voted in 1388: Repub- licans 9a3, Democrats 814, scattering 106. Eight Buildings Burned. Sept. Il.-Pire thoL7nPrt Curr8d hel'e last which destroyed for a ttaenienaLd Cavcute, and Trade Mnrth oliiamfd. and c. Patent business con dueled for Kces Our oflJceiB oppohilc-T on. c. We to any all bueincsF (n ,-i s.rnrc ran ttaneaci jmtcnl bupmcfs in IC-BS nnu- and Cofet tban those remote from eh Food raised with ibis p..wciord'ics nol j, l u'lLsnoi SemJ or uiJOtOi wlth dc criBtion. We advinc if jMicnuuile