Dunkirk Evening Observer, September 16, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

September 16, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. KUIANO MACHINK lor rulin all kinils of blanks u Uiu latest audition he Mechanical nciiartment of K. aiWOKU, 2-21 ami 435 Central Av Artistic 1'hotograpner Instnntancoi '.I Ilubies n ippi-ialty. nlttfi not wait for nimohinc except lo liwtNO, f'r O pnelor, No. Ki B. Sccoml street, near Bu lalo street, Dunkirk. N. Y. MiiKUinca, Mi etc., buund in all styles. Or'lcr p-omvtly attended to. All work guaranteed. 1 iUBCHEll'H CBOCKKIIV HOCSH, t> :WB Central ami retail dealer in I an 'oniesti-1. China, Glassware, Ac. CHAUTAUUJJA HOTK1, llatcs. per day. LiTery and lioanlniK suiliu- m connection Victor anil 337 I.ion alreel. UTY IIAKIIK1C SHOP (Jliafe. Nagle, 1'roi'., tinner l.akt rihoro X.ition..! JSazik. nor.n i'nml BtriM-t.-.. A line A'W.K froreistti an.I Domestic, S-Jo (Center ntreet, Practical borse-ahoerB. 1'artK-i.l.n .tttenti-> lioraes. "f roa- a homes a Hpetiialty. i) tJNKIKK EVKNINU OIISKKVKK. Daily in the County. An nneiiualled advertibing mo'liion. i vUNKIKK KNGINEEK1XU I r r'yruio.ly sallow A .nunufiicturerd of ijnginca, Pnllcyi Shaftu.K lianuerd, etc. I'atterns, Font MI; aiul Machine Work toonlcr. USK1UK MI1IKT CO., Mi, fa, and Cuiitcr Btnj'jt. Allinuracturc'rn oT tilt 'CrornweM'' and i-crlei l littinj, Shirts. On ante in nil lo-.Klinf! fllrnlolnnc clothing ami dry lumens in Dunkirk, Dr. TOO.IIEY, 4.11 anil-Til; I.ion Llettlerin S-1-i'ir, Kee-i, alt. liale I llaj. I'lniu- en-. 1.1KIK arm Saloon, L'IMUII 'j Depot. t.iM an-i-ss to all tr.-imB and 'mi- nims noiidea. lii-il .K. itiniib lor -Joni merciut loiiii .1. Mnri'tiy, J'rop HLK.KS CO., EJ ''7 ,111 fc. '1'niril rttrceu f'urr.ilurc, Waro and nolslcnng. 1-icf.ii-c fi iiini-a mii'li' t" Ontr.il Ave.. Kastiioii ami tienlleini-n j J VTK4W HK ATI Nil- of Htenin Heating App-irutiss unitary IMiimbini? n Spei-rilt} LiOHE SfKAtl LAUNUICV. Our Fine luc; I'nll.-ire, ic; Ic. and l.auc (Jill-tains. Free Dcliv A W. dimming, O-'itnr street. !U WKUiU. K Tlnrd st cor. ol UllDulo ilJ.if..nrci aii'l oealL-rm Fine llo >ta A Shoes Ij KNItV WKILKK'S NIIW STOKK, 10! B IT at. In- rajitia, evcrythirg iiorUiunug to H ltv-.t 'tore Si-.tiooi n siwciulLv. OIE of lonvjt Ijj tiunkirk rriiiunx is mill 10 K. sucuiul 3t. DUNKIRK N. T., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1890. PftESIDENTIAL POINTS. MOVEMENTS OF THE CHIEF EXECU- TIVE AT CRE83ON. NO. 31. COLORIO A Program of Pleasant Pre- pared for Mr. Will Tlilt Several PoInU of Intermit on tha Penn- B.ylvai.iu Frealdent Serl- ouily CoimlderliiK the Question of Culling un Kitru Swaion of CongreH, ,t will Jrf. VAX 4IUKBN SON, Fire Accident unit General Dciil- era in Kual and Loaim. I'uriiriil.ii attention iiaul lo Ihe clre ol iiroiicrly collud- ing rents 2lit 'Joiner lloor. 1'UAHltAOlT, UOC1 Central Avenue i-i.Uiunrieralor Wall Paper P.i.ni the it.iy or week on reasons .m II J. UIFFO1UJ, JM Ccil-T.-li AVC. (Up general Insurance Uyal Eetiilv i'l. s-irc, l.ite, Acuilenl, um! Live -loek ii'.i.ce. altcntiun ;n lo uuy.n.: in eveiiiiiG: a n-e'-ptinn in ]Mr Depew's honor will be i j i ny a- Husiuess Men's associ -tion and '.'XL-II t'nges. PREPARING FOR BIRCHALL'S TRIAL. Evcrytblni; in Keadluesh to Ben- wcllN AllegBil Slllj-ui- Hofore tbe Jlnr. NiAOMiA FALLS, Ont., st.pi. Oxford court autumn assizei will open at Woodstock on Thursd.iy when J. Kefri- nald Birchall will be tried before Judge MeMahou lor the murder of Fred C Ben- well on Feb. 17. The crown will not take up the Birchall case till Monday, Sept. 2-2 as it is ex peeled the ease will las-t a, whole week, and the first thiee days will bu occupied with One hundred witnesses will be sub- poenaed in Ihe case anil no one will be ad- mitted to the court room without a rard. The capacity of the room is 3IJU, aud the crown expects i he witnesses, crown ollicials and leading legal authorities, with thu press representatives, will flU tin- room. At least applications fur cards of admission have been received. ilifliael Hotel, clerk of the Stafford house in Buffalo, where the party ".topped, aud from whence Deuwell aud Uirelmll started on the fatal morning, has been subpoenaed as a witness, but'is atiireniig from Hright'sdisease aud i-, not expected to live long. His evidence will betaken before a commissioner at Buffalo Allotbei witnesses will bo present ex- cepting liemvell's father, who is also at death's door, but his sou will be present. Detective Bluett, it i.s said, has worked up a stroua: defense lor .Messrs Black- stone and Hcllmuth, Hie prisoner's coun- sel, in Birchall's In-half B B Osier, Q. C., will represent the crown WIDOWED AND IN JAIL. Mrs. Kvii Hamilton Greatly All'cctecl by tho Nona of Her Husliand'n Death. THFNTOV, N. J., Sept. 16 -Assistant Matron Wilson of thu state prison in- formed Mrs Hamilton yesterday morning of the death of her husband, Mr. Koburt Kay Hamilton, buc could give no par- Snintlm'1 wero in the tears and begged to be left wiih hi" sorrow. Later the prison phy icmn visited her cell to preset ibe for hui nerv- ousness Shortly afterwards Keeper Pat- terson visited Jier cull ivliei she talked to him more co i le ilia'.ly i i.an he ever did since bur un .I-ILT, uion. Rome shu ix-quested the keeper to try and find Hamilton and to make ov 'itures to him. The tried to loc-it.' him through friends in Xew York lint tiiildl A iiptition for the pin-- don ol Mis Hamilton has been before the court of of X w .lers-y aud she wanted Kay II million inloiiiied of the fact that if hu ,v n. J not interfere with her pardon she would not further resist his application I it imn-ce, all she vvanted was her libeity and the custody ot the child uow in Philirlolphia. tl K 81 PluyciV League. At R [t K Cleveland.......I 2 0 1 0 0 2-sV 3 Plttsbm-K .......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 4 4 Bal tories-MctWll and Brsnnan; Morris and Quinn. I ChieaKo......11102380 10 4 Buffalo.. 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1-1 11 0 I Balleiloo-Baldwin ttud Farrell; SUIIord and Muck. Socund 3030 Huffu.10........... 0 (I 1 0 n 2- l) :i and Farrell: CuuniuKham anrt Clark. Game called; ilarknos. At New iromo: rain. At uamo; rain. Nittiouiil League. At n II K Cleveland.....1 0810300 0- H a PlttHlinrs.......0 000001 1 Batterles-Yoiiiig aud Zimmur; Day and DeekBl-. At Chicago- n u_ K- Clj'cn'-'0....... 0200 0121 0-0 WO Clminun.il----0 0001 1 0 0 3 II Batteries- Luby and Hhlnea and' Hamuuton. At rain. At New uame; rain. American Asaootatiou. At K H_ K Columbus.......8 1 o 0 0 0 7 2 ......nnooisoo-251 Gfame callerl; Batteries Easton Mnny.in. At No name, rain. At KoPhe-li'l- Roche'-lei 01110102 itnd Doj le: Null and R. n. E. 0 H 1 o o s Batteries-Tlicojib and (irim: .Alan- and Oil Jolerlu 1 II (I U 0 1 0 o 0 o illNville.. .1! II il 0 (I 0 0 0 il 0 8 3 Ban -lies Smth. Sin-aguo ami Sued Muakiiu and lllun. Wliiiii-ii :it Vdtin, Sept. races at Gut- tenburgyestenlav resulied as follows: First race mile: lielsarlus first. Duke ot hems-tor second, .Marty B third: time Second nice, Fearless first, Claudiue second, Astronomer third: time Third race, lui-longs: Anomaly first, Shulover second, Kmnti third; time, Fourth race, furlongs: Gunwad first, IliiiaB second. Iceberg third; time, i-jiu.( Quotation flist Sixi'h time, tico second.' Po1'- IN THE JAWS OF A LION, A Circus Hustler Hli Tjpi; Hailly bv 1 In- Hi-jist. IJKNVhli, oepl Co.'s ihicli i-Jiitjiieu hen last k, lef! Tiiuilui S-.: ,'rd-iy fur Clarendon, Texas. Near Barnh a number of c-irs jumped the track, ilei t m so much that they had to cancel llicu dale at Clar- endon. j A bitting on t'ie tuji of one of J the cages IIN leg dangli'ig down, the side, ckttracu-'l lia- aih-nliou of a liuii. The benst rein-lie i il nvu with one of his claws and fixed its nails in Ihe man's leg next- the kjiee and si-ripped, the I the bone to Hie l.eel, -md before the pc--ir j fello-.v could be iel'.-I'-.i fi it j i to pry the. beast's JOV.-.T open with iron f bevcuth race, mile: Aiiinlgam second, Sotifog third; time _ Tlie Flyers at Chicago. Cinu.uio First race yesterday mile: Tom Mackin first, Rd Bell Anuie C'l.il-ii. tbll'd; time, Second race, 11-11! miles: Cams first, Jaclvstall second, I'reu Fink third; time 1 :48Jf. Third ruce, 1 mih-: Khaftau first, Bine Vail second, .fed third; Mine, Foillth race, 1 irile- Luzm 1) first, J. B. Freed second, .Inn -cd third; lime, Fifth raee, mile: I'parl Jennings first, Spaluing Tom Stevens third; time, PI5. Sixth race, short course: Bob Thomas first, Wmslow second, Evangeline third- time, V IJiftiii county o-irt Drowning Accident at Syracuse. Si-UACcsE, X. Y Sep'. 16 -V. W Hunt, the New York Central station mastei' at Jordan village, was fouiul drowned in the. Skaneateles outlet at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. His body wns lying on the face- where he had fallen from the bank of the river. He had been suffering severely from heart disease, and it. is thought that, succumbing to a sudden atiack while working near the stream, he fell head foremost into it and was drowned. He leaves a wife and eight children. riends I u iodine of a freigin. trim and was killed and iss Cannon -ind vvo, dswere badly b it I.i.i-iu 18 ye.irs of ay nir Ulbtl-lllttll Al.HA-.v, of the city fioii' -i with him t that he much, 'i I... man f-Ianns i home at Lake Fonst Dr. Thilli r, IIH I'hy-ician, say-, hi.s patient !s much better aud condi- tion is fiivoi.iiilc. Thw leillporiil-y CuilloiHll frtjvtu tives hive been inchiiu-'l in the p'isonn-1 of the temporary enni'iii.i nment establi-lie.l by thu tedera! This nives to both factious. 'J'he vote un constituti-iiml re- vision takes place Oct. S. Striking Arrested. BrNGHAHToN, NT. Y, Sept. striking ciparmakcrs, actiag as pickets, were arrested yesterday. The charge agnuist them is th? violation of a city ordinance in, idlmj; upon the streets. A Threatened Flood at Allmny. ALBANY, Sept. river continues to rise and water is now about a foot on the dock. Great fears are exnr'-sscd lest the dam at Troy breaks and ft flood down over the city.4 Liberal discounts given on articles for fairs aud church tertainments. Committees on above matters are re- quested to call and examine our variety. A long list of choice and fresh bargains are being for Friday and Saturday, September IDtli aud 20th. Watch for them in Thursday's issue of the OB- SERVER, in this space. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENl Hair Kcrtorcr Will cure ihclmir.dnndniir. keoiis tho hair lus original color. Nu acid or ayo. Price 60 cents a bottle. Jiuy it and try it; satislnclion gimraiiteed, or money refunded. .W. A. MUNCIIAW. Sole Alanujiictiircr, 06 KIIHI Third street. n low.vu. JLIIl_____ iioiuluctcA lor moderate Pees. Information, Ailviccjind special rolerenceB sent on reiiuext. AA AN 1IOUU tnaile by live ARCH selling "Our Nulive llei-lie." a tur tl.OO. livery Ijox gun untecd. For further particulars bencrill Stlllc 4 ll.oNS, UIU Agents, CassadiiKa, N. Y. Iliirliee wishes to tn th j J" m {tllllftlllirc lo III V7. public m general, nnil patrons 111 partie he him the bnililinir for im'ify necuiueil by II. II. Mullett, Kas lluril street, mid has lltlcil it un in order, ami with the help ol Mr. W. A. Mun isiii-epaicci lo ilo ilrst-iilnsH lliankiiiK for puli-nnaKe, wo noln-it ol the future. HCEpeetlnllv O. A. (UIK11EIS If you have a sewing machine o lawn mower or any other machine t icpair or cutlery to grind or a saw t. guiuni you will do well to call on me BicyrJes and tricycles repairing a spec ialty. J. IJBRNiiAiin, Machinist. Zebra street near depot. ADAI.IKLDBIJB ANDSSSOH AMEIUCAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo, N. r. "We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain andUgVit-colorcd tops, hand and macYvme sewed. We carry a complete line oi TLETON'S Fine Shoes. It you want a nice-fitting an< stylish shoe, try a pair of thi make. You will like them Our GENTS' Cal 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, 213 Centre Street Baking Powden We quote some of our UBBT prices on blankets prices that have surprised aud plea- sed the good people of Buf- falo: At a pair, good while 10-4 blankcl'S. M'c have cho.-ipcr ones. Al good white i-i blankets. At soft woolly 10-4 blan- kets, splendid value. Same 11-4 At white 11 -4 blankets, which we have ivgularly sold at At white 11-4 California wool blankets of most cxcullanl quality. Capital scarlet alJ wool blankets al Grey blunkela extra value at very heavy .at 75, Califor- lia wool at 4.25 California white hlan- :ets from Sii.50 to Comfortables from 7.5c, to PhiKh sactjuos. liangc of prices Vom to A leader at ,his we take to be a most popular jrice, and we offer garments worth everal dollars more. arc of scul plush. The ornaments arc seal. Tho Jning: is good satin. Length, 42 riches. Sixes in bust measure from 2 inches 40 inches. Murk you 25 never bought such a sacipie'be- oru. brio. All l, stripesr fancy weaves and plain. bries in all the new colors. ScnA for samples. At 25c. and 45c. we also offci i good value. Fall styles ready in all de- partments. New Carpets, Rugs and Draperies. Adam Meldri and Mum, AMEKICAN BLOCK, MAIN STREET, BUFFALO. N. T. C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIM ST., BUFFALO, V, T. DEALER IU Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather Goods, etc KHUKA O, SII, VKK. PtA TIB A COMl'MSTE LTOB OF v The Official Eeporte of the United States Gbrenunent, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, New Jersey Commission, 1889, Ohio Food Oommisaion, 1887, prove that Cleveland's IB THE STRONGEST of all tbe cream of tarttt baking powders: or ilum wi tboiiM MAIN _____BUFFALO, X. Y.____- Cai'l .Sohaner, 59 East Tarn) St., Has his FaJl find Winter stock of Cloth. He will nmkc Suits ami Trousers' in thela- tcsl guarantee a fit. H.f invites yieupje to <'ome in aud uxamiue his stock and pi-ices before going elsewhere. "Mflejniny GEO.-A. MACBETH PITTSBURGH, PA- o to Monroe's for Curtains arid Fixture __ NEWSPAPERS ;