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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 22, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX HEPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF OUNTCTRK. ANRW RULING MACHINE (or ruling all of it Ihe latest lie Mechanir.ul Deputraent of Cum puny. H. QirruKD, 123 and WS Central An iitistic Phntofrrnjvlicr otograptw ol Bablm a Biwo.ally. sitlciB aoeU not wait lor sunshine except f'i HINDKKY-J.vxK-i 1KVINO. rT.v prietor. No. 18 E. Second elrect. near Hi.f- tulo 31: c-et, Dunkirk. N. V. D, Fam jihlett, etc.. Iwiinil m all Ord" i o-oioptiv attended to. All work BUKCUKK'S CKUCKKKV HOUSE, Wj Cvntnii Aveiuic. W-ioli'sale and retail ilenli-r in It portci! an.l THE OCEAN'S TERRORS. THE SPORTING NEWS; DUNKIRK N. Y.. MOXIMY. SEPTUMBKR 22. 1890. FRIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE OF BRITISH SHIP VENTURA. THE A Hnndrod HIKh Over the TetMl, Sweeping Two of Her Crew Overboard The Iklp Almoft Capilzed by the Fory of the Hlirrt- cmne Cling for Hfe to the Bulwark! of the Veuel. IHAG Kates, f I per day. WTWT Hom-ilmic SUil.lc in Victor Ki'li-r. anil Sfi Lion r BABUKIt SafcH-. 17MCT I.nktr- Shure N.itK-i aaJ Thml forelfn and Uomestic lOMKUN SOU. Practical bone-ghocit. f-. UlerJenng trottaag. bonee rop.. .l Bank, ix.ri.i- A line oi KVBNINU OU-iEBVEK. Uirgeit Daily in County. An uiieqoalled iJTertisnig moilmtn. 0NKUUK KNUJNKtUI.Nli CUMfA.VV. yormedj Sellew Topple. oi Kuginen, Boiler, Uangera, elv. I'mujrim. and Macbinu Work to order. i >UNKJKK bUlKT CU., JtIO, and if Lf Outer btreel, UanufuclurBra of Uu and "Uunku-k" bhiru. Uo sale in all leuiling luruinhnig. Nothing; acd dry goods boiuea in Uunkjrk. i r. TUUMKV, U. 434 and 486 Lion street, in flour, feed, alt. Haled tiny, i i K1K UOTEL untl uining DUloon, Union ill Depot. Easy to all and bus- ueaa UOUBCS. Beat accommodations (or Com- Travelers. John J. Murpliy, i'roit. Sept. 22. -The Britlnh ship Ventura put in last evening in tress from a hurricane she encountered Sept. 19 in latitude west. The Ventura sailed from here Aug. 6 for We.stport, Ire- land. On Sept. 18 the captain noticed signs of an approaching storm and pre- pared to meet it. The wind and sea in- creased all night, and in the morning here was a fearful gle blowing. By it had increased to a hurricane. Eveiry shred of canvas on the yards was whipped to fragments, and the ship blew along un- der bare poles. Suddenly an enormouH wave was seen approaching, overahundred feet high. H towered ofer the vessel for a moment and then passed clear overjt: Kverything moveable was washed away. Iwoof her boats, rails and stauncheong were torn clear off and borne away. The Iron tlopr of the lee cabin was burst In 'as if by a battering rani, and the cabin filled with water. Spamen Swept Overboard. Two men, Paul Vol, an able seaman, and John Snota, a sailmaker, were swept overboard and drowned. The waves grew heavier, pounding the ship furiously. Suddenly she was capsized, turning clear over on her side, leaving euly the weather bilge above water. Alternately the bul- 1 warks to which the sailors were clinging i and the keel were above water. At 5 1 o'clock in the afternoon the vessel entered the centre of the storm and was for ten i minutes calm, then the wind began again from nearly the opposite direction The TOMB] partially righted. After a number of hours the wind began to shift some of the cargo ami right the ship. From then Standing or HW In the Three Teiterilay. The t. show the standing the tlubf ill leagues: J.EAOCE. Per Won. Cent. Boston...................r.. 76 43 .638 n J88 NowTorX................ 011 "V> ?vrr Chicago................ Kit Philadelphia.......... Pit ft CU-veland.. NATIONAL I.KAGI7E Oil 57 IM Won. Brooklyn....'............... go B'l-lon................. ChiYoKo................ 7j CiiH-intiuti................. New York. Plttaburg.............. AMEHKiAX Ijontsviite Kl. _ 74 311 Lost. 4'i 49 SI 411 Lost. 49 ftl tit UO Per Cent. .60S .OT. Pel Ceut. .8S8: .RKl .5T onler. av W Ceutml Ave., d o( Faaluou and Ucnileiucn uuultlerb I tpproTen Arthnr'i! Policy in the late Trouble. NEW YORK, Sept. grand union 01 0-1011 Rochester 2 01UOOOO-33 Game was forfeited hi the middle of tl Khtli inning, too in favor of St. Louis. i Nesl and Mimyan, Titcomb until ganlerl favorably by either her parents or the heru-lf. Friday nijrht Davis wnii to the house where .Miss Holdenjiad employed and a.sked her to go to a dance viith him. but she refused. L-iti-r ut the dmu-e lie asked her several time, to rlance him, but she persisted in refusing to comply, lie became angered nii'lopeuly thnMti'.iH to shoot not only 1 IT, but Hanlaker. who accompante.'] her. Itaiiq had on apieviuiis occasion threat- ened to shoot any man whom he should Bee with her. A shurt time before the dance ended DaVJB disappeared, and friends of Hard akar. fearful that might do them injury in some way. wanted them to wait until daylight before attempting to drive home, their way Ix-ina; lonely road. They started, however, and had gone but a short distance from the ball when Davis, springing from a clump of bushes, fired his pistol, exclaiming: "D-----you.' I'll you to run away with my girl." He discharged thn-u barrels of the pistol The airl died almost nistanjtjy, exclaim- mg as fchelell backward Into Hardaker'a FROM FOREIGN SHORES. Michael Journalistic Venture Mt.ru With Kent. Lo.VDoa, Sept 22.-The first i-iaue of the Davitt's wwkly, The Labor World has met with antoni.shing sale, and its dec- of principle anil pVwam are hailed with evident eatisfacrton by the elaMM-s whose interests Mr. Daviu e.s pouses. These include not merely the laboring men, but the tenant, fn'niPM small shopkeepers and, in fact, all perso-is pfhiuali means and precarimiH roiitlitinira ralifc. For this reason the Kcope of the paper is considerably broader than any previous journal o; us kind, in fact the word "labor" in the title ra'hor mtu- in its ii.K-renci'.s. student of and is inclined to take i lie view that tlie inK-i-estt of all cliissu., an- That what would help one would lu-lp all, and that the problem is to lind Ihe fatal defect which makes tend toward nn staid relations ninoni" the clasps and ul- timate general c-ollnnse He is more in clmed toward Henry doctrine than toward socialism. A Kan-fi-onx .loiu-iiu] l dentlHed hlmsrtf, he one rathei novel scheme, in the tihape of a d-mand or the unseating of such lukewurm Lib ral members of parliament as-fail to make he most of their opportuni.ies in the e of conimous and the replacement of hem by men of jdfla.s, who are willing to vork hard for reform. A Cottlr Involution. The people of Ticiuo are grumbling over tlie ejcpensjveness of their little revolution I Four Pernoni Killed, Two Fatally IB- Jtired and Fire Sflrlnuily Wunnded. The Uurliiigton Expreim Bunn Into the Bear End of Train Bearing n Happy Crowd Returning from a most a Repetition of Horror CHICAGO, Sept. 22.-Four persons dead, dying and live seriously wounded was the result of somebody's ear.-les.neHS at Do.iglass Park MHtion last evening. Shortly after 7 p. traill of the Central railroad stopped htKedsfvavenne U was the l.mt of four sections which were taking home a crowd of who bad gone out to Addison to enjoy ihera- selvc, Al Clyde the trnin was shunted onto the Buriiugton trecks, and at Doug- ass Park station it stopped. As it backed toward the west the Downer Grove ex- press of the Burlington road came thun- dering along, and before brakes could be set or an alarm given, the pilot of the Bur- lington engine went crashing into the rear end of thu picnic train. The second car was a one. The one behind and the one ahead of it were regular pas- senger coaches a great deal heavier. A Complete "'hen the Burlington train struck the rear coach of the train It rose from its trucks and plowed over the tinder box in its way. For ten feet It was a complete telescope. The heavier coach behind cut down the light one iu front as thongh It WHB un OIT.V ....3.1 "UMfcu IV whom win die. Many others were sfigha; hurt and all aboard the picnic train und rue Hurljngt'.n passengers were thrown from their HOH-H and severely shaken. I'ollmvmg is (he list of killed and injured: Lilly aged 9. Manila Uinnier. Grim. At Toledo- meeting of the Brotherhood of Toledo 1 1 o 0 n o n live Lngmeei-s, which is in the nature of a Syracuse.......- 1 0 o o 0 I national couventiou, was held at Lyric Barterlea-Healj and Knee. Keefi R. H. E. hail in this city yesterday. Two sessions were held, both of which were addressed by Or.-uul Chief Engineer Arthur. At th' morning session were present and in tin- afternoon and di were represented from Maine to California and Canada to Panama. Chief Arthur as re- ceived enthusiastically The following resolution wns paxst-d: Resolved, Tlmt ii is the sciitlm-nl of this union that we approve the Instruction-, f 4 In 'eaad Pits. FORECAST OF CONGRESS. for This Week In the Hoasc and Senate. _ WASHISCTOS. Sept. The senate this week will continue to work ou the tin Kuibhed program outlined by the Repub- lican caucus and linish consideration ol Senator Evuitb' hill for the n-iief of tht supreme tutirt which should went to the saw mill, where he has been em- going to work as unconcernedly i though nothing unusual had happened On being an ested he U-U tbf sheriff where he h.id hidden the pistol bv the roar] side, I He v. -s in ilie court iu this citv ai-.il pleaded not muted to jail government Is crlticlzad for deferring the canton election .so long, as there can be no remedy for the existing unsettled and costly state of atTairs until the election is guilty, and mis com- He is cool and indifferent. COOL CRIMINAL LOGIC. How Viinnir Cnsnln Planned the Robbery of liookmakers Oarlln and Saunrters. N'KW YORK, Sept. -.-j striking story of cool criminal logic was told at the Jef- ferson Starker The frequent sudden Illness of King Charles of Portugal are alarming, audit is now feared that his vitality has been reduced so low that he cannot permanently I rally. The Italian amb issador at Vienna will shortly return to Rome to arrange the de- fciils of the renewal of the Ihe raids of the police upon clubs for unknown men, one apparently about IK, and tin- other S3 years of l-llllillj IMIIIlUd. Minnie Pilgrim, yeil botl) broken, mid suuu- inlcmal injuries Otto is years.badly injured not i-xpei-te I to live. Injii Louis Torpey, leg broken. Albert ISergcr, foot crushed. Henry Xewnmii, collar hone broken and internal Freda r-1-.suick, left leg crunhed. Ci.i-lng for Ilia Jlnd the I urlliigton train been running at a high rate of .speed every person in the carwouMlm.e met in-tant death. Ciii- zeus c-irned most of the killed and injured into the little depot before the police ar rived, >o soon COLD HANDLE and S O. Patent A ttomevB, 7th C., u. S. I'nteni Of- secure st AV HOCK mink- Nativo" lii-ri lor Hnteod. For further luirtu-ulars General Stale RAMSDKI.L Agents, N. V.' ?urliec tlist he has iiurchaved tlu- roiia JH imrti.-- huil.l. O. A. flL'RIIEK. AN ACT IVI-: MAX f, WAITED section, Salnry S7B to S10O to liresc-iit H succcsHfiil X. y. Compi nv llltitl j oc.-slh n in Printing Company, t awl 10 Second it. Ja. VAN BURKN SON, Fin- l.ile, Acoideat auu General inuuratjs. Oeal- in Keal and Luana. 1'ar.icula: AtteatloD to tuc CATC oi iiropcrly colleci- UttOenter it., ind floor. Cyrus Smi.h and George fierce of Colon, Panama; John Agate of the Mex- ican H. White of Cleveland; C. Blott of Piitsburg; F. O. Parish of Siriuglleld, O. W. Bishop of Omaha; B. F. Phillips of St. Ixmis, and J B. Porter of Chicago. THE PRESIDENT AT CRES6ON. Al ONKOK'S FHAHMAVV. Ml Central Avenue Paper Pi.at. Ac PKJUUNg. J. W, 300 Ceuwr street, Jlaualaulurer and tinnier iu collars, iiaffalo Kobc.a, Oorera Ulorea Mittena anil Sleltb ItobaK. U SVUULTES, I. n Kut Tnird ft'aaliionable Tailor. Uentitimen win nn-l it to tueir atlvautnge to on ice purnnasuig A H. (XI., SB Lioii oLeet Hardware. While Lcait.uiU.fuinter'a auppiivB, vitlClotba, Ware. A special cy ol dherwifc W Pa. and Monroe r inge. UL1MU, 4uoU an blank-books, ledgers, aud JtV all of blanks doov at 8 and IU B. Second at. UOOLfU iV Cor. Third and BnlTalo Si- in Uranite, Marble. nKgi Uiuidiiig stone. Call ou .clorv j-our side- a aud t IV CO, 7 and 9 East Front ulrco Whisky, Wiaea, Brandies. Lj'juor Store iui Kuoiily UK. i .UUEKT JI-KA1T, Lion street, pear iiig, t'eoti l.ivery atable. u> uo: tluy or ween on reasonable j. ULPFOKU, 301 Central Aia. lUj, l9 tieiieral luiurauce and Iteal agenL Fire, Jjile, Accident, and Stocb Luuraace. attention iritgn to baying and Mluoc Kstate. f "COTTAGE." A EDISON' on exhibition KKEE. finest liquors tor med iriual "O1.D Wliiskey a si-rcialty. Imported Weiss Beer in Bottles, Ale, linriou Ale und Guinnt-sa I'orlcr. drawn Irum the wood. CX. JUNES, M. K. Tnlnt H.. cor. Ocer. KiceUior Meal Mnrlct. Frt-Bli, Salt ..on SuiukvU Lartl. Oystcre anu 1 iiay UMJ Aurora Ujtilroad WaLcD. II -oairinjr a frank SJ r.. Thml nL n. mucKEK. Merchant TiuJor. 3lfi Oeutra! Avenue REWARDI WK will lite above re vtaril lor JUT caw oi Li rar (Joinulamt, Sick Ueallacha luaigntion. uoiisupatiun or CoatiTenesa we caouolcure intt Weal's Vegetable Layer PUIp waen me Oireetioua are atrictljr complied They are purely Vegetable, and never toil to tCirewHialactioii. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, contauungW Woeato. Jtewareol couu- leiu. and inutatioaa. Tne genuine manu- OBIJ STJeUS misplace the labor bills until wee I; The work of the senate during thu weekj is the time for adjournment abuat Oct. i approaches, bids lair to become interest- ing if not exciting. The Republicans in the house have de I tevmined that the Langstoii-Venable con election eaw shall be put through j and Mr. Langston be seated before any other business comes liefora the house, Too Greatly Fatlgneil by Saturday-. They expected to accomplish this la-si .lanut to Attend Church Yesterilay. but the absence of a quorum of Re CBBSSON SPRINGS, Pa., Sept. members prevented action. It dent Harrison and members of his family were the only persons, to be seen moving abcm the extensive grounds surrounding the Mountain house yesterday. A story was started late Saturday night that the President and Mrs. Harrison would attend al'c favorable it will be fol divine worship at Ebensburg, a town eight y the election case ol miles distant from here.. Eleven o'clock arrived without the executive or any mem- ber of bis family puttiiif in an appearance Kt church. The result was telegraphic in-1 quiries to Cresson urging speedy informa- tiou on the subject, as the church was crowded with strangers who had come ex- pecting to worship with the chief nmgis-' trate. I Wl" ahle to submit tlieir report on The president being somewhat fatigued Tuesday, but less sanguine persons think after his long jonrnoy of Saturday de-' l U wl1' not until Wedues eicled that he would remain quietly at his several who are familiar J-e.-u-to have the money, which! would hi.le and use when his term ra 1'iK-ii. ,u, the sujn would tliew sin was held in bail and Mat-i was sent to the house of detention. I t quietly. It had been expected that trouble would occur, and the authorities took pre- cautions accordingly. There were 'MO special police and 1.10 soldiers on guard. The gathering was a very large one in spite of rainy weather. John Dillon wns freel5' denOUnCl'd tion of the 1 perhecu- but was not in- INSANE FROM r almost certain that a sufficient nun_ ber of Kepublicf.n absentees will lx dead-'.rtCk, and iu this the case will be quickly pushed to a concliiBion, and ii Miller (Kup.) against Kliiot (Dem.) from Soxith Carolina, which will go through quickly if the Republicans to cjvl) it up. Mr. Miller, the contestant iu this case is a negro. A number of prominent mem- bers, both Republicans aud Democrats, think that the conferrees on the tariff bill cottage during the early morning. with the progress Ijeing marie by the con- Mr. J. K. .McKee, the president's soil-In- tlnnk that the report has decided to take his family to In- "ot, until dianapolis to-morrow night The party at' sl'oul" 'opprt be presantet} until next week. ThepartVat' preeantet} this wiek the Parke cottage will then consist of but i il wUI disposed of, and the the president and Airs. Harrison Mrs to the president for Dimmick and Miss Sanger approval. The gcuer.il deSc-i.-ncv bill, with The president does not expect to remain tlie report of the liere but a few days longer and nay return I tlons in n-ionnm-ence in 11-. t the .senate amendments, and thu appoint- mt-ut of. a conference com iitee will prob- ably be presented during the week. to Washington Wednesday niorn'ngl SHATTERED BY DYNAMITE. Attempt to Destroy a Disreputable Snloon at TKRKE HAUTE, Imi., Sept. ajb- tempt was made at an early hour Satiw, of Wnodbnrj. S, Hubb.-ird Tfocd- bury, assihtant editor of 'lh.- Youth's Com- panion, died yiserd.iy morning, aged (H year-, at thf residence of hi-, .s .n-in law, day morning to up the saloon and William TTils >n. JJr. Woodbury grocery of Isidore Mnlraneyat- Sunfoid with dynamite. A heavy charge ex- ploded under the front of the building, blowing down the doers, breaking the bar I.ctuies to pieces and generally demolish- ing things. Under pressure of vigorous protest from Dearly every resident of the town the county commissioners refused to renew Mulv..ney's license aud he appealed to a higher court. It is supposed that women placed dynamite under the building, hoping to destroy it on account of the sa- loon having been the ruin of many men in thai locality. Put n Hiillet Through Brain, GRAND KAPIOS, Mich., Sept. WJ11- and heir apparent tol. p. Gillwrt, the millionaire, aud a wealthy man himself committed suicide born in Barav, years ago, aud bus been oonntcied The Youth's for slxtci-u yeaia, His was caused by cancer. He lea.es a, widow, two two daughters, broi her-and All i lie h.-irgei Dismissed. ASHLAND, Wis., Sept. the disbar- ment trial of District Attorney George Rossman all of the twenty one charges were dismissed by Judge Bmirty except the charge of negligence in turning over fees to the county treasurer. Tucse oulj amounted to or ?-rili, nucl as Air. Koss- mac at that time had not clrawa a cent oj salary for a year the result is practically an acquittal on all the charges. Attempted WATKESBOBO, Qa., Sept. attempt was made on Fiiclay night to they were asleup. Both were frightfully cut with an ax, and Proctor's 7 -T tDroUgu niS head. mouc vu liO IO-SJI 41 iiealtu is thought to have unbalanced .Frank Proctor and hn wile -lored i-i? leaves a wife aud tbrtee r Vhev wen- asleun. Both were fria chtlJrcn. A SiierilT for Military Aid. JACKSON, Miss., Sept. 22.-Sheriff Bren uan of Warren county telegraphed Gov- ernor Stone from Vicksburg to order volunteer soldiers to.aid him in protecting a prisoner from violence. Governor Stone responded, ordering The prisoner___ tue alleged tram wrecker. 11.years old, is believed to be the perpetratoroj the fiendish deed. ClmUt-n-ie for a llowinf. Race. WuRcgsTJffi." Sepr, D. Bortgers, Worcester oarsman, D. Wise by Monnor's l-harnaey, Dunkirk, X. Y. BtfEAK? CET THE WRONG SORT; THE RIGHT ONES: PEARL TOPANDARE j ty GEO, A MACBETH PITTSBURGH, PA. side, lime and plau) to be mutually upon. OVERSTUDY. >r :erfered with by the po Patrick OTrien, one alico. Deplorable Condition or a Sun f.en. Oi-pt-rMon. ST. Louis, Mo., Sept. a week ago iSrig. (Jen. (4n-crson arrived in Louis from I.o.s Angles, Cal., lu search ot hi-- sou wlni had made his escape from a private in.sain- asylum at JnckMiuvii e. 111. Friday ovtniiia tlie police uriv.sted an sane man who women anc] children in the vicinity of Van let-venter avenue and Pine s-.rects. Saturduy it was dis'oM-retl that the prisouer was fierj Gre-.-rvon'-, .son. The unfortunate man is deranged from over stuily, lle.wasrvmark.-iblj bright in his young jeiirs and seciii-ed an" npppoiiit mc-it to the West Point Military Acad- emy. He was unable to finish'tha [ire- course on amnmtof brain troubles and returue.1 home. Soou afterward he became violently insane. Explosion :i Mail Cur. SAX FIIANUMO, Sept. phroo- icle'-special from Wiimom..eca. Great i-xcitenii nt uc-cnsioiied on I he train wliile lying at Humbuldt by ail explosion, iu Uie iiiaii oai. -V regis- tered pad-ago addressed to Anderson, Tex., sent by Clieili.-t ruckeo, ex- plotlfiil while ihe nmi clerks wereatlunch. Tiie opportune re urn of one of the clerks pi-even the dust ruction of the entire car. All the letters pat-.- in the same box were scorched. On examination of tlie pacKajie it W.T.S found to have c >n- taiueU liaffl rubber tube which had been vvltli an explosive. Horrible Tragedy in Italtimore. BALTIMIIUF, Sept. Corljett Saturrlay night rusiu-d into a butcher's shop and -ivo knives, he plunged oia i-ody and with the other hacked ut his throat until he had severed the jugular vein. He then sauk to the sidewalk belonged to a good family and tlie cause for his act is not known. He was- cuatfinjj pleasantly with his mother at h..im-, wiiL.ti lie sud denly plckeil up a knife aud jiiubi-.l it iuro histli.nut. The knife being dull aud in- effect! K he dasheil down the street into the bu cher's store, where he completed his self-destruction. Commuted Sulclilti from Despondency. HARTFORD, Sept. bodj of Mis.i fclla-Biecher of B-illston, Saratogii county, w-is found in the Farming- ton liver yesterday afternoon. Miss Beecher, who wj.h her mother, has been spending the summer at Farming- ton, disappeared from her boarding house at noon on Friday and it is presumed that sUe committed suic.de through despon- dency, she having been in poor health. She was a member of one of the moat prominent families m Ballstou, Nominated fur Congresa. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. Baker Stew, ard lias beeu nominated for congress bj tlie of the Fifth district. ot tbe Na. tionalists, will return to Publin Weclnes- from KingMon. Several public meet- ings to protect against the government's action are Iwmg organised. An important meeting of Irish leadei-s will be he.d Tues- day at the league's central offices in Dub- lin The personnel of the American mis- sion then be decided upon. Ueili-e to Arbitrate, i-uiXRV, X. 8. Sept. labor conterence cabled John Burns at London urging the unions to prevent the engagement of foteigu labor in Knuland It wan nl-o pioposed that Cardinal Moran, the c, W justice of ami the pnt- niici- of Queensland, be .selecte as arbitra- tors of the present labor disputes. The conference the strikers to abide by rhe decision of such a, board. Woumled in a Duel. PARIS, Sept. Millevoye, a deputy, wa.s wounded in a rluel wiih a Paris jour- nalis ycstertlyy. A no her iqdecihivo was fought at Bordeaux between two journalists. Both affairs grew out of the Boulangist expose, Died Wlilie at Worship. UISDOX. Sept. Nationalist member of parliament for North Kilkenny, died yesterday while at tending service in church LONDON, Sept. betting on ib.e McAulifTe Slaviu contest is 5 to -4 iu favor of McAulilTo. interest in the approaching event is at fever conductor could found the liivnuin mid -uJi- having fled. No Hear Robi-it Dixim, tli> ug I Uiuplltyvd. iifiuii-er of the Bur- CHAMBERS PRASKR, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. BTg. BUFFALO, N. Y. in an interview said: "I am positive thi-iv ui-r.; no re.it- lights dis- plaved on the- roar of the Illinois Central tram, and the in ,lid not BaK us 1 Had every mason lo s.ippos I was runiiinK on a clem- tr.iuk when J wmt into the rea- end of the excursion I rain." The tendency of those who s.iw the ace dent was to ptu the blame on the Central liromen. Robert Dixon, Jack Walsh his fireman, and C.nuluc'ur R-iy of the same train were an-.es-.-d onu on the Bur- Img-tou tt-.iin W.LS hurt. In fact, the train "Belt was su.irucly d im iged. TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is no better place to got the finest aiid rarcat roses, shrubs, friiit and ornamental trees, Dutch bulbs, far your conservatory, etc., than at i la.t. YAXDEIIMBUI.KN-'S, Eagle street near Seventh. 50 Est Third St Has .received his Fall Winter stock of Clot He will make up Ove Suits and Trousers in tl tt-st style.and guarantee i He invites people to come- and examine bis stock .j prices before going elsewhere. Terrible Flr-mai, OMAHA, Xeb., Sept -Freight train World's Fair Mincent Ulned. CHICAGO, Sept. invitation ex- tended to (.he commissioners, board of di- rectors and officers of the World's Colum- bian ion by Pot er Palmer to at- tend a banrjnet at Palmer house Satur- day night was responded oby niirlj all of theiuvitcd. Att.-r justice hud heetj to an bill ot fare speeches were de- by Mr. I'alrui-r, President Uage of UK- Chicago dr.v.- Gen. tht vis, and othei-s. After ,i mo-it pnjoyahlc t-.euing the par; y broke before midnight with clieeis for Mr Palmer, V Denial from >l wtni- Workiiiun AI.BAXT. Sept. Workman K. J. lx-e i-f Division 2-11 duuies tlie ,-.of having aided Cain or Buetr with fuuut, to escape. lie ilt-iii-i having sou-1 either u, the alwve natii'-cl jumie-. He denoiuict-s his connectiuu tiiL- i-rinie as charged in ihe published statements as being utterly false. Men and Drowned. FT. SMITH, Ark., Sept. a fierce storm in the Boston mountains a party of ten Turks, who were traveling south with a lot r' bone. Burke on tliu Walmsli from St. I, nils, due at Council muffs yesterday merning at 5 o'clock, wiw wrecked at o'clock yt-st -r day morning by going through a buruint. trestle, fifty feet high, about milet southeast of this city. Twelve londec with tinware, hanlware and other mer chnndisc, one tank car of tas- and two cars of beer were totally dt-slroycd Six can- were saved. Martin Eskrede, the engineer, and Joseph Burke, the lireman, liolh of Slatilmry, Mo., weie killed. Kskrede was crushed to deatli under his engine and was burned to a handful of ashes and bits of was pinned n plain atxdligbt-colored tops, hand and macbine aevrert AJV t Carry a complete line of wooV TLETON'S Fine 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 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, 2 t 3 Centre Streei Plusb. Bactjties. Kaugc from to A kader tbis we take to lie a most price, and we oiler garments i several dollars moif. They excellent quality plush, are genuine seuL lining is good satin. Length, inches, sizes iu'bnsi ineosuref 32 inches to 40 inches. Mark never bought such a fore. Dress" goods. We parrionlj recommund our line of 50 cent, jji All the new j stripes, faiu-y weaves and plain lirics in all the new olors. for santplos. A nrnl w.- ts'ew Fall s-t_, U- pavtmenia. auu i-i. Atom IMG AMKKICAN Itl.OCK. BUFFALO. N. 7. C.C. PENFOL, Absolutely the Best. A pure cream of tartar powder. All the ingredients used are pure and wholesome and are published on ev- ery label. One trial proves it superior- orily. XT, DKAT.KII IN Diamonds, and Jewelry, fj BKIIIU nxn, aoLuf STL YKR PI.A UtAUS KTUEKT, BUFFALO N.Y. Cxo to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtu EWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER ;