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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               B REPRESENTATIVE USINfiSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. BDMWe MACH1KB lor ruling ol i> the latestanililloB to be Mecbaitcal Departmental t >ot a ol wait Ba for 216 Central Ave Instantaneous a specialt> Sitters snnahine uxcept lor iBVIMO, rj- 15 pnetor.No. 16 B. Second street near Biif street, bonktrk, N T Miiraxme.. Mil i c, Fanpnlett, etc bonnd in all p All workcuaranleeil fvOTMHKK'B CRUCKKKV HOUMB, SW Central ivenue anil retail in Ixiioric 1 and China. UlaMWuru. Ae, liOTKL, per ilny. ).lwr BoaullnB SUlble in uuinoohu Victor Bid' 3U6 Hint 337 Lion itru.1 t 1ITT laAKBKK Vx Chan Nnglo, UoOer Lake Shore Nauonitl llnnk .orne Center ami 'Ihlril ulieets A u foreign and igani __ _ "v Sla center fracttcal liune-ahueit. pariK-uiur atwuli cto later (en ng ai trotting a specially KVESISO OB-tKHVEK Largest Daily In tbe Lonnty Au unequalled advertising muaium OUMKlitK COVfANY Kormn.ly Sellcw A Popple rfanufaUaren ol Kngiuea, Boilers. Pulleys, ahiUing etc. 1'utler.iB, anil Work to order lUNIUttIL 81UKT CO., tia, Kb aoU M center street, aUuuluUuroia of the aad Dunkirk (icrJeel fitting Ones ilnrts. On sale in nil leailmg and dry gouds hoiueti in Dunkirk, I r. TOOMKlT II. 4M ana tUti Lion street, Dealer iu Flour, all. Baled flay, 1'hos K11C ItUTEL. uiniiy Union jEl Depot luuy acceaa to all Irama aud bin Best accominodatlnns for Cum >aoreial fravelen Juiin J. Murphy, 1'rop. ,1, ULK1U CO.. JCj VI auO W t luird luruiluru. Ware ami Up Picture b rauies made to order. u. MATTK8UN VU., jul Cevtriil Ave tashiouaml tientlemen OuUHttra 7 I AUELI. HTBAM HKAT1NO CO., ateam lluaUng aniutry Plumbing a Siiecialty_______ I, UJS.K STKAM LAVMUKV. uur Fine duiru, IIX., i oil im Cuffs, 4c, anil Lace Curtains i-ry. AW Cummin jj. JU7 Cmiter utrcei. ,11 K. OfcUM. J h ihirast., cur of Buffalo UUuul it.urer aud tlexler 111 me Boots gliuoa MKNUV WEll-ER'S NEW KTOBE, lull U fhird St. Books. SUtionery, Musical li> nuiUVeekly Haaum, tut! everytuipg pertaiuug lo a llrat liook Selioo. a JOB PULMTINO ol every description and ai lowest limng rntea bj Dunkirk Printing 8 and IV Mcouil a. VAN BPRKN A BOM, Ille, AcuttoataudUeneral IniiuratJfc tttm in Heal Kstate and .mention waid to luecire ol urouerl; collect st.2nd iloor PHAIUfAcT HOU Central Avenue tor Wall Paper Pa ui. Oils, J. W, Ceuwr in llai ness. Sau ..l FOTT KILLEB. MWff DIJAiTROUa WftEOK IN THE KtAMNQ HISTORY. A Vast Kxpreee Wltti a Wrecked Coal Tralu PlUBfed Into the gohuylklll Scene of of 1 Be- of Still Imprlsuued In the Wreck. RKAIIIM, Pa Sept 20 wreck oc- ourrod on the Rending raihoait seventeen miles above ibis place, at about, 6 45 lost Bight If everything koine out by subse quent developments, it the worst wreck that haii ever occurred In this section m che history ot tke Beading Rail loud corn- puny Ihe train which met the disaster left this city at 10 o'clock ten minutes late It is known the ille express and was running at the rate ol at least forty five miles an heur It bad on bsurd possibly 125 tf> ISO passengers. and consisted an engine, nail and express cdig mill three pus-senger oars Above Shoemaker ville, about seventeen mllci above this ,-ity, is a carve where thr laili Is about twentv feet higher than the Schuyl kill rirer Here shortly before 0 o'clock s freight tiaia ran into a coal train throw ing Hcvurttl aim of the latter ou the oppo- site track, aud before the tiaiu hauds had time to go baclc to warn HIIV tipuroacbmg train of the danger the expiess came ftround the curve Hud ran into the wrecked coal oats on itt track Ihe engine went down tbe embank ment, followed by the entire tiain with kumuu f i eight The scene was one of gieat horror, and can better be imagined than described The cries of tbe 1m prisoned passengers were hcuiltuiding Ii a scene never to he forgotten by i bow who paiticipiitad ami stimuli Some of the passengers managed to crawl out of their prison and aroused tbe neigh- bors Word wits telegraphed to this city and help summoned, but all mfoiniation was refused this point by the railroad officials Physicians aud Huigeong duel a lorce of 800 w 01 kmeu weie taken to the arnluilh the aid of a tiaveling elec- tri  hurt Joseph feonllnumd of Centralin, badly cm nnd inteiimll} hint James F Meit.li- of Bethlehem bndly cut about head i ul inteiiiall} hint John Ihoi iiton of Ijeespoit, badly cut about head and body of tbu oar vttih u (orua tint puitiiilly t'qultkly aablonable Tailor. Geullcmeu will nnd it lo itbeir adrautafe lo call OB me before purchasing U. VARV jr. 3SS Lam etreet. ueneral Hardware. While Leail.Oiln.l'a nuii's Duuphm, oil otollu, Urauile Ware A upeoial il Pa niaud Monrue KI1UXO, ditch us blank-books, ledgors, K.id all kimlauf blauk-i done al Dunkirk Fuuimg Company, S and ID K Seuoud st. tor Third and Buffalo Su. Sealer in branlUt, Marble, rugging and Hun ling Sluiie. Uall on me buying jour utle-waik. _ ______ 7 and liasi fruul street. Whuky, itramliea. to u.eral Liquor store lor rainily Use ijUHJCKl M'KAV, li, Lion street, near me de-put. liuardiiiK, Sale, beod and Livery dcable uy Uie day or week on reasonable ter.uH.________________________________ r-AM J. 301 Central Are. (Up O Irtiieral luiiuance aud Jteal Eitatc Axenu Fire, hile, Accident, and Lire Slock Imiurauee. to bojiag Keal kstalc. r> HK "COTTAGE." 1 bUlSON'S I'HONOGKAPH ouexhibition Ftocat litiuors lor incd- purpoiteg "OLD CJJOW" Wbiake) a Impurtea Weiss liccr in Bottles, Ale, Burton Ale and Guinness Torter .UiHwu Irum the WIKH! V. JONUi, I 75 K. fhird M., cor Market. Froab, Salt and diuoked Meau.'Larrt, Oytsera and i'oultry Aft-tUB, JBWW.BS. HUT Ibe Aurora sUUrowl Wuu.li I'.-uainug a specialty, frank Third su MOTKKlt. Merchant Tailor AVBIIIK CHAMBERS FRASER, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. B'i'g. BUFFALO, N. Y. John Noll of bhennudoah, cut about head md lett sliouldei hiokpn iiank H Hoi! uianagei uf Frank Mayo'n Di inif tie conipanj cut about head and i in lib lit aims and 1 john Lairul of fct LI nr, buck liiutand tnteiintlh injured j Joseph Aslifcldof MahonoyCity, biuised about I ody and ligs Hobcit Cotton, Pottstowu, injuied in- Shelleubeigei of Uambnrg, legs Injured B V, Cithler of Giruidville, foot and leg smaslied Jol n Coohck of Cai mel, hurt ill leiimlly anil hand smashed J Jolnision of biienaudoah, head badl) cut and leg bioken George buuders of Beading, badl} liuit about back and neck Benjamin Fiaukliu Beeoher of bhenau ilo ill ft hip bully cut and logs hint Julius BeiiihmlL of bhenaiidouh, left hip crushed and !eg-> hint johu i.esb of Mahoijoy City, legs badly hint I David d loung ot AI iliuuoi City, Lead badly cut and legs spiiiined j LMIIUU Dick of llaniuuiK both legs bioken I Di 13 b balodu of New Riugold, light arm baillj hint acou Uluiei of I'otlsville, both legs biokui Samuel Coomb of M ihonoy City, badly hurt about body aud leg bioken Wilnim Glassmer ot Poit Clinton badly i ut about hi cast Ihonias Cooiiey of Philadelphia, head, and legs injured i 'Ihe wiecked tuun is still 1} ing at the j bottom of the rivei Ihe exact uuinbel j of the piasenger not known, and a repoitei who is still the guumd, tele phones Ins belief that there are still twenty live or more bodies uuderneath the wreck or were cai lied away bj the current 11 30 P Dnect communication 1ms just beeu h-ad with the scene of the wreck audit is icpoited that the number of killed will reacn forty 01 fifty It ii. im- possible to get the exact number and the full horror of the situation will not be known before morning At 11 a m Mail Agent Green walk's bod> was talceu out followed by the hor- ribly mangled bodies of two Mahonoy Cit) firemen on their way home from the Biemen' convention at Chester li is itimored that George K Kaercher, the lamous lawyer of Reading, is among the kit ed L i of tbe lujuied were ou tu.hi on H special train to the Reading bospitil at 11 o'clock A passenger who went down with the wreck and who was but sli_liUj Uurt says hen ihe passenger tram left Reading the cars wuc all tilled manv of the pas- sengers be ladies I sat in the front pait of Lbe i ill cur The tiain was going at a lively rule of speed The pabseugeis appealed a happy crowd many of the ladles chatting and laughing after a day's plediUie at the Berks count) fair I was viewing the country through whiuu we were passing when suddenly there was u temble clash I hurled froii' seat n hile the cms rolled down the 4S foot embankment, and I was thrown from one side of the c 11 to the other like and managed to npon the seats on tfcftt stile of tbe oar which lay u gamut the I was a piisonur iu tke our unable to get out, and while I was nun Ing mj sprained ankle sad dislocated wrist I realized that I wan Iu a scene veritable berror Around me were human beings itruggM ig in tke watei, screaming in tbeir fright and snma almost draggjd me back into the water again A few saved themsclvi b as I did and thi lem uu dar stiuggled in tbe water and then sunk out of sight Up to miUnightthiUceu bodies had been recovered 'Ihe minus of those known bave already been given, and the re maindei arc unknown Pne bodies are exposed to view in the wreck but they are pinned under the timbiis anrl yet bepn taken out 'Ihe wieckeisof Cressona and Heading been sum moned and both forces hat 1 ar woik ProfeBsoi 'Mitchell of the lj huh univer sity, Bethlehem is among tlie injineditt the Rending hospitil Lawience Baiues  w-> Tlirce bun lied men were bin they weu milking slow progiess lifiecu bodies 1 ad been taken out 1 hen names as far us know a have altearly been given in pievious (lispatcliLS 'Ihe others aie unknown ih I aw tiling the recognition of fi lends None of the bo lie" have bean tnken fiom the scene of the disaslei Jolm iMcDouough Jack Noll aud William Johnson ol biienaudoah badlv hurt, and John btranss Bchnylk 11 Haven, are among the latest injuied repotted It is still believed that or moie are undtrneiitli the wreck V ho they are is not knov n becausu it is not known who weic on the tiain Pnpci intendant Cable of ilie Reading has Liven every ordei ut-tebsaiv for the comfort of the injuiud Nj more uauiea cai I t1 secured The lei pl.onu offloe has closed and this is I ie onlj me ms of get tin ii-s all llnougli the n 1'HIL> DELPHI A, 23 special from Readiag to Ihe enquirer Genge B Kaercher Esq the eminent nnlroid 1 myerof PotrsMlle who has also a olh. e m Flnladelpbia is among the killed Peisons well acqu Ubted with him have identified the ciushed body in the debris of the Pullman cai William D Sliomo one of RenduiK nrhost a passenger on the ti un anil was one of the persons rcimrled killed His family hus been unable LI ibtaiu any in founiition concerning h m It was nuiunal for him to leave home at uight.r and esiumll) on a Fuday njijfct, ill he Is a bank dnectoi and never lias missed the usual I mddaj A singular fatality induced linn to leive last ei tiling He left horn unwillingly, with the intention nf 111115 "o the fiist tiain in the At 10 15 o'clock last night woid was lec-eiu I h ie that, Ins bodv was one of the flist lak u from the wiuk Sliomo was a reputad nnllionaiie N passencer tiains m i ifter C p m ncie allowed to go i md this eitj All pisseii.ieis fiom Phil idelphiit ind intermediate points'oi dcsinmtinu noilh of lie llllttaJ 1C compi'led to the tiains 9 -iO a w is in nn foi Philadelphia to tak in Pluladf Iplmt to an i Polls ville an I p i its hi voud took aspect il i uun back wluii found that theie won! I IxMioti unto go noithwird last At 7 30 a speci il ti un left foi Ihe scone of the wieck tukinp tl P Plnlalelnbi i ind Reading laihoad Di "Mm my eld man an 1 n irns of eight as sislants Anelectiii 1 g'it plant msalbn disp itched on the same i tin which was spotdilv put iu opiMtion and pieatlv facilitated the woik of lemoving the wounded TRACK AiND DIAMOND. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS HAMLIN AND JUSTINA BREAK THE DOUBLE TEAM BICORD Tiny Mile In 3 IS Several Intel eating Kvent.i at Clevelund and Tunnwundi Kecord of the RanebiiU Guiues With the Runner) Jookr Mo- Luuifhlln Wins the Seventh Ituce at llouHtuu. Pan AIIPIPHIA Sept The double team trotting rocoid for a mile was bn ken at the Philadelphia park yes 1 tj Lellc iilin aud Ii na dnveti "Vfi I i li i made thr mile in 2 r> leiti the ir-ford of r1 )bb ami L i un b a qua i of a second j'oircr Iwns Hspn ed by bev ei il mi rn LII iu 1 111 ho 311} the mile was gone in fau 000 in Ellal, C i I Ti IX L Kllu.1 11 me .3 n i la-, Oli h I II t 1 J DIUUIL u 1 Altnc M in le 1 n l lit- Son Ian Dm i. v i l PI HSH unliui h 1 Mom Inn 11 r trotting laj purse 4 4 3 8 1 3 lid SI ltd 1 3 bds o Is lJu l lljltlliR J Il e S-l 1 1 t 2 J 3 4 4 loin Muirar V ill 03 u 4 u F 01 n c 4 clis B ill Vci i ii i> B 8 (Us Mule] n eli it f, ,1 lake if S 00 a side Miifctic K .111 felt' wlm 2 3 I line 1 10 K1 2 18 trollln, 1 l rse 01 'M h k 1 h 1 Mmnbi M i Muni J P r 1 (II II I 1 I MI nip 'W oods aim j 1 l s i Uoi bl HUH ti ittun, pins BelleH inlin n ju n i sec ml time bj qinii i J (i J'VX) r m  Trotting at Cloirlnnil ''ep -Theie ueie four ev nta a ihedm i iftei nouu In tlie lurti nhl i iss thiie heats tiottnl Pine de I eon win n n it u as J I II N IM I C M l u ml to d 1 i ai 10 nine I ill id 1-. II fit Hiln 1 Il Hi ela M e 1 Sj II o t lr S h J r I IK, 1 1 i h Smith THE BASEBALL RLCOffD. A Klimliei l'11-.sc.l the Senate III tlie ION Sppt XI Lhe sennte tculfi nssbd for n Afr resolu in t> recommit the bankiuptcj bill iiHtrucliotm To HTIIPIK! it hy makniK it upplj to %nluntnrj Imnkiuptcy only and then left tin whole matfcei on tlie OHlend u with nol iniif'i piolubili v of it igiln beinR filled un t Ins snasl in A nunibet ol nnohjectf I lulls in the eaten-- dar taken np ind passed ad In tie house tlie mot tutu minority In lilibustt i int. turtles i but lo loll a 1 final HI linn up t o turn >l li itninint of tin I Venable eon tested t le 0 pel week foi woi k( is the week and lo Wi f' t beatinj; peunv wujint loi pi'cwoikeis Charles Buee cliHiiinan of the (rold and Silver Beaten naiii'iil t ilT committee as cubes the sui cess ol the uticle to the Kinle} bil1, vi hie jjiovi' s foi an in- crease of duty on CTold leal pel cent 1 lie itiiiuifift ill Louisville Lot ILLP, rmes heie resultid is lollops Ursl IHI 1 d Or fitst Lanin L) IM Uon si cotid Eli tbiid time 1 S io i 1 race, 1 mile nnd 50 5 urn" Pickup Rogen sei id lljd Ihnd time l 1 r ee N11 a A i he jl-l To m til inee mills Old s 1 1 10 miles rpckic T' i 1 flist I Iloppei II V til d At Buffalo- 0 2 0 0 n. B B. S- B n C c- o -i a Philiulelplila Game called darknese Battei ami Mv.k Knell anil Cross At 0 0 00 0 R n R 0000 0-1) 88 0 U J 0 88 Qulnn 0 Bftj an' New Batte es nn t Vaufchn Ai Cl i H t Clneiu i 1 (I II 1 (I 0 8 6 ii Boston 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 7 7 t Hameialk 1 diiknevs Kellj an I "Mm t hj At C level Hionklsu poBtpouert wit grounils Nnlliiiiiil I mim At Plllsliui. and HoUe Oumbeit 0000043 H. o E 0 7 11 6 0 7 6 Game al I lintt Mi iih an I and Decker a ib o nrt n k At I olmmi CI i mi ii I n 2 n Ph iHd It hi i l o n lull Duijea and Clem it A t L li UK  4 4 01 D 0 0- 4 6 i Kcennii Glcason and At Colnml Oolumb 11 lilillnnoip 0 4 II liiltei e Gaul itch Mill on an I Rohius in At I ill ville louiMlllr '15 Atl I li( 000 n n L 0188 (1 0 0 0 0- 4 1 ami O ounor Me 00 10 Aleakm and B ittei Daiv M St st Li us 7000001 Ri cl i si i 0 7 II 0 0 0 n P th i Hurt and Munyt n Glimm Al Toledo Toledo Syiacuse pnned ram n H f 1 9 H i 10 4 10 B ONcIll and n R K 00-884 0 0 T 6 t trtcoinb anil game pout Steamnlilp Arrivals Yesterday. Sept Russia from New York LONIION Sept 20 -Arrived out, Gal la and Cltf of Chicago from New York SOUTHAMPTON Sept 20 Aller fiom New York NFW Yours Slept KoruaikiiiiiM fiem Hamburg Rolteidamfrom Amsterdam NEW YOIIK Sopt '0 Anhed, Britannic and Clt> of BeiHn from Llverpiiel LONDON hept Passed the Lizard land fiom New Yoik Niw YQJIK, Anlved, Tiave from Bremen Gceeee from Lc udon Cftl. WonH N Y, Sept Fish jtsieid iv motuiug ckaiged the jiirj in the Gal Wood muider trial His oh ngc over an liour and was cle ir and impartial Ihe jury were out hut thnt} and reiurned coui t nnd delivered n verdict of murder in the first degree The prisoner was sen tencnd in tbe iifteinoou to be exuonted by electricity at Daunemma prison during the week of Nov 3 Wood was totally unconcerned but Ins wife wopfc unrt broke down uonn heating the wntenoe Fire at South Haven, Mich "SOUTH HAVFV, Mirh Sept 20 enily Teotoidny rooming dpstrcjrerl M Hall A f o 's anrl K E Murlingkam i di-r croodfc stoics H CHIII Su s boot and shoo stole, C lit Sons' hardware store William Or ll's lintoaar E E! Dales dniK sloie, Anttoll Uellman'i tuiloi shop a baiber shop, the postofftce and the lesidenoe of J J Clemeat Loss about ioO 000 1 Diiuotoi CmcAoo Sept 30 H Davtn of this city elected duector Reneral of the woi Ids fan at yesterday s sesHon ot the national commission On anitifoimal ballot ho received 5O Totes ouh 47 being necessary to a choice Ou motion of a Pennsylvania member the ballot was made foimal and Mr Davis de elated tlie unanimous choice of the com mission An Embezzler Arralgnvd PlIlLADHAHIA, Sept C Youugei who embwxlcd fiom O G Hemptstend Son aud went to Chicago wbete he was capfcuied by a Philadelphia detective was airugned here yesteidny and held in 500 bail Favomblo Repnrt Oidered WASHING TON Sepl house com on u il iftiirs has oideied a favoiublc lepoit on i ie sun ite bill to pay the ciew of the Luitcd States steamer Talapoosi foi clothing lost by the .sinking of that el Coloratlo TlepnlilUan DFI.VLK, Col feept Ri publican state has nominated Tohn Boutt for goveinoi and Jndge William Stoiey foi lieutenant goveiuoi THE MARKETS XIh ft li i i e I' 1, I li i 1 ,en T UN i u oi t 1 ie t Illst thirl, An lintaiie MHU Su cities TKENTON N J Sent 20 W Goodchild of a pntiejit in the state lunatic abjlum committed suicide jesterday An atten mul had seven u lid patients out walking Goodchild being one of the niimbei i nd n ilic leai of the hue A liaj wagou HSSIUK it tVie mo- ment, he threw hiniseli u idei tlie wheels and his uecL was biokei He died in stantl) Goodchild was wealthy real estnte broker and ha 1 been in the mstitu tion eight mouths tollie Bee from Penysbnrg O sjijg Ihnrsilaj night two m isked nun cuteied the house of Peter Fines, about l no miles aonth of Perrysbnra and beat Mi und Mrs Fines Into insensibilit) and thin robbed them of which they hud in the hot se Iho appealance of the ho lie indicated a dts peiate struggle Botli tiro m a critical condition nnd inaj not lecorer. i'wo pel soils suspected of the crime are nndei ar lest_________________ Consul GeiimtU New Back Again NEW YORK, Sept 20 John C New, consul geneiul of the United States at Ixjndon, arrived here yesterday morn- ing on the steamship Citj of Berlin A number of notable persons were on hand to receive the general all 1 many were the hearty cougiaiulalious extended him. fllf, Mil IS t( i LA. tllll 1 H 1 fill Tu v In ti 1 4 r f" VTHI' I A nes tirst Lin si.ei id, 1 jn th id tiuie, 50'j Tu'l th nut y m le D j I tiist Eli Kin I Otiint ilrhn 1 time 'il Clue i CHIC I sfHcesie suit d a 1 'rn (Hie inl till f i-e- r n I tl t o I mills ssfllu Ben M h PO ill 1 i j l i H 2 'ft -pei k Ion 'i tin I mile bonjjstrcss 1, Bluo Veil i, U i t me 1 iilthivt ,i I 1, Creoles, Lea S ti lie I 'MXth laie im e T nlu May 1 Skobel ofl 2 Am i 1 lime 1 1 SeM-ni' i e mile 1 u ei pi IRC 1, Viss Piiuce time I Ib 1 avoi M fn it Gi aieftcnd GltAMSFM) 'xspt iesteidaj s races resiilicd j> ir> Fust lice -i mile colt 1 Syia CH8L J, I I me colt S tune 111 S.cond raci 1 1 Ib mil s Eon 1, Senor- itn i btritlc iw ij 3 tune 50 'Ihirtlrnce 1 1 16iniles Diablo 1, Slug gild 2 Now or x 3 t me I 50 Fourth lice, fnrlo Toreiunner 1 Void J Yoscunte 9 time 1 Fifth lace, mile tail 1, Larly Reel 2, Busteed 3, tlr-ie 1 Sixth race, mile Houston 1 Lady Jane colt 4, Jersey Pao 8 tiuie 1 >eir lork Money NFW YORK Sept 30 Honey closed at 3 per cent yesterday, the u est i ato of the day was per cent, the highest late mvs per cent Exchange i steady rates Si, artnnl nto- i I foi 00 d bills an 1 loi demand eminent bonils closed steady currency tt 1 U bid 4s coupon 1 -4M bid 41.33 do 1 bid Pacific bonds closed as foil n Union firsts do sinking funds 1 bid Centrals 1 13% bid New Yolk Produce Vnw YORK Sept SO FLOira -Closed Irregular but teiday Fme uiHilen wintei spring ilo Jo snperflne w nlei SSSOTiTD do cxtr; No 1 ninler 40 do ouO exti v No i. wmter WS5 125 d  s figures bput loi closed quiet Spot of Nn No 2 mixel Sept !M ilo Oct, ili Xcn >J4c do Pec OAls O{ lions abi at stead) Sj nt lob" cliscd i.chillier sales of No 1 while No do No 1 QU4.ed No do 4Hc No -mixed sept, do Oct do NOT BARI b Nominal BU h Closed dull eastern creamerr 22igJ3i -nestern do I CHtl SI-Quiet fmtorv NPW York d 1 dar, western Bat, NEWS FKOM AUftOAD, HE ARREST OF DILLON AND O'BRIEN MAY BE A MI8TAKC. Ir Chattel Russell, In Speech, Refers to the Shadowy Nature of tlie Charges, and Rajs Thjt Similar Wilts Have Keen In tlie Michel, the Noted Female Anarchist, in Poor Newi. IXJNDON Sept study! of thewnr- uut upon which -Messrs Dillon and )'BiUm weic nr IKS ted shows that it falls 0 specify within any particularity the Senses for winch the in rests we re ordered 'he document IM and clumsy In tyle and in ttter Mi Healy believes that is fatally defective, nnd that If the ac used me gi anted an appeal they will be hie lo li.n e the pioceediugsquashed Sit hurles Hussell, the eminent bairistei, ppamitH l ikus the same view, for in a .'iccliat Dnlnigtoii he referred to the nadowy iintinv of tbe charges and said ml similar vuita had been set aside in c pist 1 being go he naked Why light not a like fate await the present 1 oceedings' Ihe raising of this question y Ittwjeis of repute has caused some un innemg the Conservatives The lobi foi instance, expiesxes the hope latasttp so (ertaln to concentiate at- eution upon Irish affairs and to rekindle ie flames of passion which were gmd ally cxpninj; has not beeu taken with ut ample legal AI a basis A hindei in u matter of this Importance ou Id hnve deploiahle results Mlohel la Poor Health, Loiu-e Mi( hel the noted Auarohlut agi, ator who is residing in a quiet southern ubuib ol London, is in very poor health, nd her f i lends are anxious over her con itlon Her piolonged imprisonment oii-l.v nupaiud hei energies, and she it lad of tbe oppoi tinilty to recuperate af orded by hei present retirement. as no desite to return to France for sows me to come, und is very emphatic ID ei denunciation of the French govern lent which Mie says is less libeiul than onaich} In tuct she declares, that IK would thiow tfni influence ou the side f the MtMiui dusts if tliey should openly iitei tlie Held Hgniiibl the Republicans LONDON S.pt ai Mi William O'Brien eut to Dublin Insl night confer with li John D lion mid otheis with regard o sending rcpicsi ntalives of the National cue to tin ljlined Mules Leading beis ni ilie parly niecou tautlj onlliiii; at tin olliccs of the league nd iu IK u is expiesseil at the inn alt airs have taken and theie is great ejoicnij; ovei tbe signal advunt tge the ouise puisiied by the government has neu Che Irish cause MMT Special iarg ains! FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-Sept. 19 and 20th. ,J 10 Special Bargains for Ladies. No elegant Astiakhan capes, woith SO. only Ko Ladies' mualm night gowne, woilh 25 onlj brn No corsets worth 75c only No full sue lawn aprons, weiuli JTc onlj J.Jt No kid (jlovos icgulai Dtice.il IS only No 8- Ladies' superfine ribbed vests, woith49c, only No black huhu woith 35t only 25c No fancy embroidered handkerchiefs, woith S5r only No 9 -Ladiei'20 inch Qloiiawlk iinibitllHg only 40 No flue cashuieiu gloves, woith dOc 10 Special Bargains for G-entleinen. No u seamless cotton sock t special good value at 11 and 15 cenU. No B Uue4 plj linen collnis suld elncwhcic fui 2U cents, ouly and 10 cents No medium weight uiidi rwcnr foi early fall, only J5 aud 48 cti. No s unlauudiiecl ehuts, woith 03 cents, Duly cculs No linen unish hitiullteii bicfa, worth 124 Lenin, only 5 cents No s Turkey red bandkcii niuts, worth 8 cents only 4 cents No 4-ply linen culfs, woi th 25 cents, exlia good viilue, ouly 17c. No. s extra quality liome tileiim laundned blurts only UO cents, No s euspeEilers, special vuluc, ouly 18 cenlH No s neck wear in grent variety 10 Special Bargains for Girls. No ulsck dyehobu, value, woolen nnd cotton; 20 to 28 cents No Hubbard style gossniners with sleeves, worth ouly No colors Windsor lies, only 5 cents No linen haudkurchie s, unly IU and U4 cents No trimmed sailor huts, ouly JJ cents No cord edge and lotmst. niching, onlj ft cents a >iud No style leather and caural belts, only 18 ami -i.i cents No tasbmore gloves, worlh ar> cents, only cents No baskets, especially fui school, nulj 4o cents No, aprons, icietchen waist, iissoituduijlcs and Will fin Into Liquidation, 10 Special Bargains for Boys. No e velocipedes much below it pi lees No 8 air regular 00 now W5 ceulB No extra strong school bags loo No. s school hose, double kuccs, only tA. cents No winter uuJerwuat, uetus and upwuids No rubber coals, woitli 30, ouly 8) No s school boxes, with lock aud key, only 8e No Boy's suspenders ouly lOt No 8 weisls, onl) Jo cents No s shirts, only and 08 cents 10 Special Bargains for Batnes. No slips, woilh 50 cents, onlj dO cents No lijfant plongdicsses, 50 cents, -nl 00 No, 3- infant 8 robeb only 45, 40 No. baud knit booties, 10 ami 1) ceutb No cashmere cloaks, 41 JO, l> No B silk and cashmere and pluiU caps uad hoods He Kit No baud knit gacquis, wuitU ?l onlv -H ami d i icuis No stlauuei embioidcied bbuwlu, 7> and )j cents No tine lambs wool hose only ji cents No. line soft wool shuts, woilh.jO ecu Is, only cents j Tli 'Jl. U m V '-ept Ibe Fremdenblatt as a sdithtiirf niucle on American ism in d in UK to txoltide European pio ucts i resemng European in ukets t is rniiM iu I II at Cliaueelloi von Capnvl nd Count are discussing joint, epiibuls Cupilvl necnrated. Bl'lil IN, -wp 20 he Emperor of AUB na has pel tonally conferred upon Chan clloi Caprivi the denotation af the! jiaud Cioss of bt Stephen More El kiluiis. DUBI IN '-ept families were ftnm thb Glens 1 Ian old estate jss I here w is no lesistnnce M Oh in In is JO M iU oitrs minister oT foieiKii alfniiB, inw Ptns [ti in a Ni Cnbliiet. N Sept .0 benhoi Feirao is 31'liniiX i in cili uel PENNSYLVANIA'S TOBACCO CROP It Will be Ulllioiit Exception the I Grown I Vn b pt ro poits from si vei ly i 'ywe dilleient points uthiscouuu t'u Iinest tobacco legion in ill stale show that ciop will be uvceptiou the ami best cvei gi inn Ihcie has bun a inai ked absonc" o MUIUS fties peis and otliei .It stroyinginsects through out the senson UIK! the leaves Imve been almost intir h cxitnpt from black rot The ouly dania re ot any consequence WHS in a feu seeli nnils in all T -i i iiHih iKiiiniul n We have tbe largest assoi t- i im i i nmi H ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain andligLt-colored hand and macnine sewed. Wei i T -nn-mrr, Hawnmower 01 nnyoihi" carry a complete line of NET- repair oicmu.y lommd liavt a TLETON'S Fine Shoes. you want a nice-fitting If aml 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 tlit-m foi yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street A IN IN o u ;N oi-iVi A CO Phtoni AUornuyu, HIS 7th f Abhlllgtuil, C U b 1 lU3.ll I uiculH, C ami Kc IHBIICH wcureti. Irnlc Alt 1'utcut, buisii) for mixlcutle I-ecu InforiuntiuB AttVICC UlUi B.rH Uil ILltlUIX Cti bClllOU AA JlObK Ag i Ilinw Oui Mitivt IU i hit' ifjijh MH ntnii nt ftu (0 1 box gunr- iintCLtl i fmlliLi purtu i Ot.iHDJil Sluu KAMSIJKI i IIONS, i AgOtth N V. A Kiiihpc wthlii H (o IIH no tin ic "to piilihi in in nil, mill p tlroim iti llial IM-luis puir Hit ImiMuiff iiHil; iKfiipMtl Ii> U H MtilluU. "M ituft titu i H up 111 iim-cli Dhectnrn nnil Offli Kleeted. Ml w Sept 20 lucoi poraton of the Noith River Bridge company lecenrh aurlioriEed by congress, held their fifth nit i ti heie The mini- inn ui amount of tl as specified by congresu, n us announced to have been subsciili I Ihe following directors were chosen Jonltin L Mott, John King Me- Lanafcan, I lines Andrews, Thomas F Rjan Chillis I Canda, Edward V Young aud Brook field These oliUoeii were eiccted Preside it, J L. Mott, sec- relniy M II Honsemiwi, treasurer, Chailes T f auda, _, uernl counsel, Charlei T MacLian, clnel engineer, Gustav Liu- denihal Attempted Tiiiln W Sept A fipndisb attempt made Ihursiiny nifcht tc k the Cinci Sandus'xy and Cleve- land passenger train of twelvecurs return from tlie state fair and laden with ion ties were piled on the track between London and Lilly The engine vi us badly damaged but kept the track _ The PreKldeiit'H CRFSSON, Pa Sept 20 pieitdeat spent the da) strolling about the grounds af the Mountain hotwe and retired early with a view to ready for his trip to- day to the coal legionB in the neighbor- hood of Pa. 59 East Third St., received his Fall and Winter stock of Cloth. He will make up Suits and Trousers in test st} guarantee a fit. He invites people to come m" and examine his stock and pi ices before going elsewhere. This is 1890. A Choice. Ni-w YORK, July 23, 1890. All other report j OT 15 king Powders signed by me or pur-' portmg to be signed by me are based on investigations made several years ago In vigw of tne present controversy as to the purity and whole- somfness of baking po.. I have been requested to make a chemical examination of t'le found in t'le market My analjsis cf C'-vcland's Superior Baking Powder veririe-> the statement on the t'lat the only ingredients used re cream of tartar, bicarbonate of soda (both of ibe highest a little Hour to preserve t'le strength. My analysis also that "Cleveland's Superior i-, from ammonia, alum, or oihor substitutes. Owing to the purity, strength, effective- ness, and constancy of composition of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, I iiave adopted the same for use in my Home. HENRY A. MOTT, Ph D, D. Late U. S. Government Chemist. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixt j? A. M.   

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