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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOT.. XX V. T., SATTTRDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. i A TAME PRIZE FIGHT. M'CA.RTHY AND BRENNAN FIGHT TO A DRAW IN NEW JERSEY. NO. 29. King IN DARKEST Stripped of THE SWISS REVOLT. IN THE BUSINESS HER FAfHKixS IDOL DUN" KIRK. IlL'LtXi MACHINE r SERIOUS ".ESULTS MAY FOLLOW j LOTDOT., ?ppt from the THE TICINO INSURRECTION. mis. :n K.J'' bus bfcen mu? Cruix-a a ttarkrrt JA D WOMAN ENDS HER LIFE 3Y HANGING. O First Clooil, ie Almoftt i pone poorer which ;ie an'. -'rh. "-Y r TJl" Maintain Strict Cen- I i1- tbr, by BK. tiLFFORIX. :iH'i -V'r' -v.u.1 ijntlor, N-j. >i I'nnk-irs, X. Y. flacky Buffalo May i in (.Hiir.ain the Philadelphia PlajenT j Clu' aid to Ire a I a. In re in Tom McCarthy 1 vo -nair.pi.m of raters j in UKW v ii n.are msn at the Knick- I T- t Li- in- some At monetnry pr-s. and rbe r.'i stiff ar T rn i .'.fr.: m.-re .-iT, an-i nr ri of :ne r -a. e j Horn Commits Sniriite on the Eve of Her Dffpsirusre for Ktircipe to Re- J.i fjj i enperate Father, I by Grief. Attempts to Join Hil Kcss: I Booted CJiilJ in Death He Hlmnelf Throush the TOman in Hohoken i Fieraifol father so shocked to'rVe i S ki-aiseif in the heart. .-tad tha ;i.; wouDd ;s pn.baMy fat .-a. The unfor. nnafe rears old. Her father, Frederick Horn ,u U5S. i They (HACTACnr.V HOTEL. 'ITY iri tji-u: !tr: i Ii'K EVCNIXti Olt-Kitv Kit. Sari higr n hr M, ('ar! hy-? .skill aadie-' r r.ri-dimnd that hu iroiild be c ..-r.r.f a T Le hail. ar. i; h.. i r-iit-ii thi.- 'jonrnst for whjch both faa'i (1'iiv traiaed. i r-. :i. Li .1. uy tiie :n j rnt.n and ar; T u .-each. aijt ui, j at pousriu. to in and Tveuht of i rir-.v -p." Erenaan. wuois the of -T :1 :n uor i -h; i bu: a btjy m He men '.viintu he hail iier, ,-ij.- a ae fnushr. a liraw. aad A f.jr half a 'iv-'t' our iji j .Lir ofiora; inrcMzM QN T or. -.rrikers TtKj ij a.: hart- ak-r; "ur. TL.- ;jr.. i :n j narini: i j i: I 'it- -o biT'Ll _ -tli'IT a :ae f xcuptirn ne kn.-.ck Denip.-sy. of rhe NOTV Brennan: snri Pati-iy t.ii-r'iiniu uf ,if-er M-Canny. i iht -.rhen the men I T'iuic. rher" having a lunir f y urrivai of .Jerii I VTant Pro'iii.nopj. Le-jniiu A Forces. n.-u would oi a. b "i the" p. ;i bith- n_' sue- it Xo. TW Fifth >rreet. that of memal -re a'-'tiL-L-ti. and they became -i: the a t.eii.ieu.'y he i -he wns remove'! to a iliiiatlc v be ssyinm. iniprnTnpjent in "en'lv and her eiiired re fav.r. the ji.i. brongtiT honid frcrn (.he t.-n days -v-Q a j ajo her father to hava rse Th-r.-i.iiy OP. ihe Culuaihia cuui ti'.n.- :ii.nie !jy t.o b 1 tired by her Best Household Ammonia. Three Pint Bottles, 25 Gents. STTOR.3E3. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Celebrated Hair i Vil! cure baUinese.falHnff of the hair, .iantlnur keeps the aiur Its original color. Su acid .ir i H ye. Pr.ceW cunts a bottie. Bay it and try it- -non piaraateed, or money refumleii. .W. A, Ml7KCHAHr, -i5 East Third streiit. AST CO., PaKnt BIS 7th C. a. o 1 '.-T-tur. lij-.ij ('io.sply Mice. Patents, Caveats and Ee-Issties IJUiTlliO, Trade Marksrejriatered- All Patent .rum i .or AMilRtC.VX BLOCK. Main Street, N. T. aa and 'A' ilr-r De Mc- U %'an Mc- Th. It-aiiinsr ,ia.; oiaCTtii j rhe f ri -..-c .T Dum Evidenep. iiieiitr. re., rt _-d rubbery of the ceany aii an- i ..-lien aud to brides a i..f iron i-i-c of ietu-r-. -.vere >t..i-u. is :l.s lh" pruiiary pr.i--.o-e of destroving -v-i-uker r'l-r tn-- ir TV r. kly rri IT'.rT-i -r-as, I. 'in.: '-J :1 r'.'1Ul is shovrri -he frnra A. 'Uurbce wibhes u, anmiuiee Uu -r- ;i -fr hri'.'ebe i i I1 :n'- if MI.U. "y. Jiuliiii' in general, and in parVi.- :i-.vir.- -i- a .secret ser- I, piiy--'-i.in rj K hL u 11- IVtlLEK'-j NEW STOKK. ti. V i> Bl'REN -MlN. REBELS RJLE. I..-.; a r.icer ly. -I.-.-.; -ov-nth -M-fCarr.hy --.w.-e trifd to i apper cut. hut couiri '-ii-.-r-. n- f..- :n in hit. hi'u Twice in rhe r.-ioe. j Monday. McCarthy cut Breunan's i '1'he i iiol.l MenMrsao -.r-.Tij a ami i. The .i.-'ivn his b-e-ast in a vra.-.-a.'.Vd extra v a ir.. Tnar seemed to by .ITJ r'ip ;n rhe S'-nr him 'iitJ .t ly th-- -V en i '.-v (i-cl.irsd rhe match a "-K'h '-r -er- tie croTv-i j Th.- a.-r-r-.-r-.; t..e aer. -v'.-i r- COMiSKEY -he have been pri.-cs. and the 'ieni.-ni.i ;i-r- _ pecta" ions. Xh.- ni.t. j illi" UJUIjcl-ifcM; r KKK, ICiCjrTnjidi.il, Advice andapecial references aeatoa reqiKist. i r-i.: f.ir'uvy. i iictj-ve. him. st maa. Salary e [HuT.e >OIlle Ot OUf BJ8ST --'i 7T montlilv il silitabie, witii onpnrtun- V 1 1 ju> to represent a ru. un Ouinktftri pHCCS had that ha.ve surpri-ei] and pica- Sed the good people of Buf- Au a pair, while 10-4 have uht-ajjer Ac aoo.l u-4 blankets. Ac :'.o. ooily 10-4- blan- kets. vuluii. >ame 11-4 '.hurousfhly by J itjx hud -trave. AN UOCB maiJe bv live j ______ selling "Our Llerba. Jays' m-atment for li.fio. Kvery box For 'tirtiitir partat'ujarft ttdilrtiBB .y iarrsr. .'uid it TL.-ijuh -p'-'K. ,den.ie accom- i father .-ecili-t i ,i kn the r "i-der. aniTwiuTtiie 'iir. llTiii aad tenieriv iai i ,-iri -he -'iunv. i. '1a -rr-nnn.' He lui" pjtwl we a "c .he m- UK-luture. I TO her to A. tiURBEE. i.ey ,id rj you a sewing machine o he with a Che .-I' a i 'vh. lawn mower or any other machine t i repair or lo trrind or a saw u -umal-'ou do to cali on mc reeVd and" .Bicycles aDl1 tricycles repairing a ..pcc- ialfy. J. BERSHABD, Machinist- Zebra street near depot. i by wen- of TO ESCAPE A FiTHER'5 ..f hy the tie :in.l poured iatne Her W...i.linit i !rom Wk ;he ri-riir. eye. With il W.m.t. v.-r ..-iinriied" ia hjj, XV. B" i T.J.I.J ;r. but 'T i "v I'1 IV-L- then i- He 'Wm Captain ihe Phillies i K'-i t-liABJI-VCV. GANG OF !.iV q THIEVES Sept. 13.-The Publi. :i.r. article ia .rijich it i Their Cap i ct. C.viiV Front rrrrr- of the Chi- i ciub he.n se- i N; -v V pft.-r-n. Corniskey ;s  s i-rr i'-cii'Liciie no i cure ir.ih Best's Liver Pills, !i''a L2c are iji-mpuai w -ih. Ihe; are :mrejj and never to :'i.is. centa. uewnre nf ob-i rtaaiue maau- f .c'.ire-; iffiiv hv C. WSif LO. r'liarmacy, U'lokJrk, N. r. mr.ii.'.-rrr, ATr'T'-irtbr. i.s .-1 >--raiio fr--m TTJOJ.-ITI After ___......... __ _ ___ _ ___ the prison be sroie a horse and conri-i-.: ro the mill ami flight. t .'i n ,1 n lumlwr var'i. LO.-S. ii o i ___________________ in New Mexico. Halrinuton? "DBV and To 5 A N'T A FE. X. M.. S-pr. 13.-A very per- S-- rhe R.H.B. man -rh., 10 iJtnv di- m paits this city y-prPT'laT morninjj. Ir. l! ll 4 4 corerH'.! K' irf-' :'0.i or curi'i" was u 'tnoi-r> three durrHTioQ aivl some ciaini'Hl iara gushing rhe exuncc The sliarhr.. Mfut heer.an: P'nl "v pfcrimeai- on human At -r-i. fr'.-m aijerciil-.r-i-s. i _f A ran A SHUfia-tlon. A.r n Bnenos Ayrus Disturl.ed. Sno-w-CIad Dakora. H.H E. Enryng ATP.ES. Srpr.. of ARTWCK. N. D., Senc. :3.-5now becan 1 .i_ 4 T' x Tbe situation at 5 o'clock yesterday morn- .n i it o (i n ;i f i] 0 1 1 7 ii threaren.ua: in T.he proriiice of Entre Kna'. ami and Bios that fnrt.lier rt-enf-ircemeuts have ground. Threshing ia delared. at leasr a 'weei- lie? fotIT inches deep on rfae DIAMOND KG38ERS INDICTED. farmers who bare not, harvest.trii rhei; late crops. st.trii rheir DAvurRv. 13. George fin-: Vr.illick., who a few- THE L A N D GRANT BILL. Mr. Morgan Concludes HLn A q.a i ns t the e. is a re. terdav TU .Mr, report on rbe uT.aat T.- :ers in ;ul- The house tn- tariii 'bi'J. with J 111 -.v ty- Jor lack lies' the clerk aad jannrnJs and yesterday. :jnd were sentenced upr.s--nnient each. prjTiouncwl upon Wai- 'TH iij.1- sirat. kiclcsd over veil by the officers and >tri't. tb" i ri th- ie cotirt Chariea r.he Potter- aus W) the h 'j. tC M issued Killed a Fialir. au nut r.'! iinuibic 23. PEKA. iv'in.. Sent. nf The ;.i'i-ue> that the one kno'.vn i sold t-o ar.ii rhe rt_.er ;is- Sni'iier 1 the of by them me" in council -Luckson eoTinf.v i'--r Du be inade by the -sruer them :u 'he has ro stH-t'ianizi1. A Hirht in j of t-he h three of rhe killed i Qurxry. 13. Joseph F. A CronUeil Weiuij. MJK Old rnilrrjmi sftcrion Col- in the court lector R. >E. of now of ir-ii- frntn the ens tody of Xewtimnlle. been rtrrej-red and this is iadict- broTighr- here L: while in settle the rn.atr.sr canrr. orocewl- hiw h1'- hf-eu erred to tbe nu- pericr 'i wi.Lh emVit-zxlemenr meac.J: w-itfa r'- ;tre heiTiir irifule to she at Qnincy and At wbito 11-4 hlaukcts, which we have n guiariy s'.'ld at to. 00 At -ju. whiitr ii-4 wool blanks u of most Capita.] scarlet ail wool KM blankets at 00, Grey blankets extra value at very heavy at. T.j. Califor- nia wool at 4.-J5. Senuine California whiii' blan- sets from 50 to i-'O. Comfortables 7 to Plush iianat; of prices 'rom to A at, this we take to be a most popular orice. anti we oifer irarmenti? wurth tveral dollars more. Tht-v excellent quality senl plush. The ornamenta are jrenuiue seaL The ining is jrooil Length. 42 nehes. in busl from 2 inrhes to .Mark you never sm.-l-, a be- recommend our line bries. AU the new plaids and. stripes, fancy weaves pla-in fa brics in all the new colors. Send for samples. At 25c. 4-5'j. we also offer value. New Fall st3-les ready la all de- partments. New Carped. and Draperies. leim anil AMERICAS EI.OCK, -4O2 MAIS STREET, BUFFALO. N. Y. Actual Figures Reports Raklnn Pnwrfors ACW Ddiiing ruwuers. Clevelajid'ii Kiel 'pure cream of tirtar powder, i 'auunomzled powder.) Ohio Food Conunlmion...................... 1S.8O J. Com. 13.54 i "13.31 Canadian Government Report.............. 12.57 '11.35 C. S, Goveriuaent Report.................... 12.S8 '18.74 Arentge: 12.87 Cleveland's HH Highest. Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is by these Official Reports four and one-half per cent, stronger than the highest ammoniated baking; powder; fifteen per cent, stronger than the next highest pure cream oi tartar powder, and forty-two per cent stronger than the highest alum powder. powder aexx to Cleveland's in strength was foand to contain ammonia. Ammonia and powders, no matter what ihesr streajf.h, arc tc be avoided, as their continued use wiU injure the hraiih, o to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures   

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