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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 23, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               T tfVs f- J1 VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER B REPRESENTATIVE CABLED FROM ABROAD. USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 NKW BPiaWO XACHIMK for ruling A all kinds of blanks Is latest to Mechanical Department of Company. f-> B. OirrORD, IB3 and MB Central Ave. K. Artilie Photographer Inttantiineont ftoWmph. ol Babies a .peclalty. Sltten not wait for simsbiae except lor wtries. DOOK IBVIHO, O prietor.No. U E. Second Dear Buf- street, bnnklrk. N. T. MaMaines, Mn- FaiapUcU, etc., bonnil in all styles. Allwork guaranteed. BOMOBKH'8 CBOCKEKI HOUSE, SOD Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in In ported anil KWMtie China. Glassware, HOTKL, U per day. and Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Rider, ami D37 Lion street. BAKUKB SHOF Chaa. Magic. Prop.. Lake Shore Nnlioi.nl Bank, corner 'JeBter anil ThirVI A line stock ol and Domestic i.igare. __ 10MKI.IM SON, 33H Center street, Practical bone-sboers. Particular attention Hto inlertenng hones. Shoeing ol road j (rutting horsu a suouialty. _ _ UN KIRK KTRNINO OIMBBVKH. Largest Dally In the County. An medium. (TNIUlUt KKGINEKHIMG COMPANY. Formerly Sellew Popplo. MiwnJaclnrers ol Engines, Boilers. Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Vorgnigs, Caatiags, and Machine Work to order. L) WAS SLAVIN AFRAID TO MEET.THE AMERICAN PUGILIST? iVNKlKH BHIMT CO., 'Wl, and M Lf Venter street, Hanulaclurerit ol the ''DuDkuli" perfect -UUing Unw Shirto. On Mile in all leading lurniulniiK. clothing drj goods bouses in Dunkirk.__ I r. TOUMET, LI. 4M and 486 Lion street, liemler in Flour.Feed.. Baled Hay. Fhos- etc. EsUbliinea. Iffl. HOTKL and Saloon, Union Easy jicceoB to aft trains and bua- uiess houses. Beat ior Com- neroial John J. Murphy, Prop. bHUCH8 4 CO.. W and 99 E. Third street. rime Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- uoulermf Picture Frames made to orrtor. in o. MATTcaoN cu., r Mil Central Ave., FMhlon Gentlemen Ouultlera. 1 AHKIJ. 8TKAM HKATXHO CO., MnUMtorers of Steam tleaUhg Anparat.ss Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. II UMB 8TKAM LAUMMBK. Our specialties: Vine Shirts, lOc; Hollars, Je; Caffs, 4c, and Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A VF. Center street. 11 K. OKI1M. E. Tbiid St., cor. ot Buffulo null dealer in If ine Shoes g pertaini: Books si :s spucUltT. OB FRINTINO of every description and al tl lowest lif lug rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 Second SU Jit. VAN BVRKN SUN, Fire. LUe, Accident and General Denl- Vt. pay toe abuvereAarH Jorany cax oi Liver Sick Headache luOiKMUuu, or Cottiveneu we Went'. Vegetable Liver Fillt. whm HM duveuoui are strictly complied with. are purely Vegetable. and never Jail ti xive satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, eon taiatuW Sfteeats. Uewateof L ud Toe xenuine oalv by JuUM C. vTKSr CO sfhamuMy, by MosBOB's Dunkirk, N. I. A Fatal Ulnnder. Sept. actress, Marie Hock, who made her debut iu New York, died yesterday from the effects of poison, administered as the result of a blunder on tbe I nf either her physician or n chem- ist. An official inquiry to determine the responsibility of the fatal mistake is in prugu Railway Trattle Stopped by Floods. PAIIIS, Sept. IrafBc has been stopped between Ximes and Alaisby by the floods and a landslide. The Lynch Muriler Trial. ROCIIKSTEII, N. Y., Sept. Raines, counsel tor defendant in the De- tective Lynch murder trial, began his con- cluding argument, yesterday afternoon, and when court adjourned two hours later the attorney hud only reached the middle of his address. He will resume his speech at On. m. to-day, and will probably finish by II o'clock. It is thought by many who have a ended the court during the pro- ceedings in the Lynch case the prisoner will liu a'quitted, by the jury. To-day the doors from the Stoddard residence, where the shooting occurred, wiil be produced in court by .Mr. Raines, who will attempt to show "by them that Stoddard must have been atta.-king Lynch with the ax, when Lynch shot him. Governor Hill la New York. NEW YORK, Sept.. llavid B. Hill arrived here laat evening and went direct to the Hoffman house. He was visited during the evening by Mayor Grant, Police Commissioner Martin, Com- missioner Ridgeway and others. Nominated Assembly. Guws FALLS, N. Sept. 23.-The Democrats nominate! W. W. .Pierce ol Westport, Essex county, tor member ol assembly. They, also nominated a fall icranty ticket and to the state convention. -VOU-CET THE WRONC SORT; THE RIGHT ONFS PEARL TOP AND ARE THE INTF41RUPTED MILL PUGILISTS M'AULIFFE AND SLAVIN ARRAIGNED IN COURT. The Inspector of Police Aswrts That the Proposed Contest Was to Have Been Genuine Prize Fight and Not it Mere Sparring Secretary of the Ormonde Club Says Mo Breach of the Law Wus Sports. LONDON, Sept. McAuliffe and Slavin were arraigned in court yesterday the inspector of police who made the arrests justified them by slating that the proposed contest was not to be a mere boxing match, but a genuine prize fight. He produced the articles of agreement, and pointed nut that they provided for an unlimited number of rounds with four- oitneu gloves. The gloves which were to be used lust night hail teen on exhibition in the of a sporting newspaper establishment, ami were evi.'.euily con- siderably smaller than ordinary four-ounce gloves. They were made very thin around the knuckles, and would not hinder severe punishment being ium'i ted. The secretary of the Ormonde club de- posed the gloves were the same as those The affair waste be strictly a boxing contest, governed by Queensberry rules. No breach of the law was intended. The police had been in- cited in this matter by a jealous rival club. The inspector rejoined that nobody out- side of the police authorities had known that the warrant was issued. The magistrate directed the police to produce the gloves before lie would pass upon the illegality of the contest. Mean- time, if thi! prisouers ventured to fight they would be severely dealt with. The suddenness of the arrests prevented the defendants from obtaining counsel. The legal questions involved will be argued to-day. Hound to Have Them Fight. NEW YORK, Sept. following was received at the Police Gazette office yester- day afternoon: LONDON. Sept. a meeting at the Pelican club to-day Lord Lonsdale aad Rich- ard K. Fox decide 1 that should Slavin and MpAnlilfe fail by the interference of the authorities to bring off the fight in the Or- monde club, ruthur than sue the match fall through they will each put np the original purse offered by the Ormonde club each) and bring the fight oft on tlio continent with a limited number of spectators' present on each side. ON THE DIAMOND. BROTHERHOOD OF CONDUCTORS. The Ticket Punchers Discuss a Life In- surance Klected. TOLEDO, O., Sept. time was spent yesterday by the Brotherhood of Conductors in considering the life insur- ance feature, but no definite action was taken. In the afternoon the following grand of- Icers were elected: Chief conductor, 3eorge W. Howard, re-elected; >nd treifenrer, D. J. Carr, Los Angeles, chaplain, C. L. Honghwoult, Ashland, Wis., re-electel; senior _imductor, B. V. Dullard, Way Cross, Ga.; itiuior conductor, O. W. Stevens, Homclls- ville, N. Y.: sentinel, E S. Putter- son, Le Grande, Ore.; outside sentinel, T. S. Gilliouddy, Sun Bernardino, Gal. Jacksonville, Flu., was chosen as the next place for holding tiie convention. It Was a HUKIIS Report. WASHINGTON, Sept. depart- ment officials were, greatly surprised at what purported to ba Mixiier's official report, published yesterday morn- ing, about the kill ng of Gen. Bammdia. Acting Secretary Wharton, speaking of the matter, said thai-it was not the de- partment's report. S.imo points, be ad- mitted, were correct, but there were other par iciilnrs in the published report which are not embodied fn the m Ulster's nccount. Mr. Wliarton is inclined o the belief that the report emanated from Cent al America. He sa..s ihat ihe pap.-rs ha.e not been oiit.-ide the deportment sini j they were re- ceived. C'nl Wood Taken to GI.KXS FALLS, N. Y.1, Sept. Wood, ihemjirderer of Paseo, who wason Friday 10 death by electric- ity, was yesterday taken to Dannembra prison, there to await the execution of his sentence, which event s set for some time d. ring the week of Nov. 3. The con- temned man preserves the air of stoicism and indifference which characterized his demeanor at. the time sentence was ren- dered._________________ Congressional Nom tuitions. NEWARK, N. J., Sept. Demo- crats o! the S xth district nominated Dr. Thomas English for congress. Se t. Ex State Sena- tor S. P. Wo verton was unanimously nominated for congress by the, Democratic convention of the Seventeenth dis rict. BATON ROIN.IK, La., Sept. Hon. S. M. Koberts wus for congress by the Democrats the district. Trainmen lludiy injureil. GltEKxnuiui, Pa., Sept. wreck oc- curred at the Uerry yard of the Pennsyl- vania railroad in wn.e.i five trainmen were injured and iwo of them may die. Following are tliu injur.d: J. N. Culdwell, may die; W. H. Irwin, left thigu badly crushed; Newton Akers, leg injui-ed. and injuled iiiternnlly; James Neal, ribs broken and Seriously hurt; C.inton Johns, bruised about the head. Unn Into a Vrelgrit Train. N. Y., Sept. Boston express on the Central, New England and Western railroad (Pough- keepsie bridge rottto) ran into -a freight train a few miles west of here yesterday. Both engines "and a number of' freight cars were wrecked, but no on6 was hurt. ABOLITIONISTS' nc Tweiity-Kljlith Annivers- ary of the ProclHmNtlon. BOSTON, Sept. Yesterday, being the twenty-eighth anniversary of the issuing of the emancipation proolamiition by Abraham Lincoln, the secot.d annual re- nnion of old Abolitionists was begun in the Meionaon. A number of the men and women who had been devoted to the agi- tation were in attendance. In the centre of the platform was a life- sized crayon portrait of Abraham Lincoln with portraits of Lewis Hayilen and John Brown on either side. Among those ou the platform were Fred DouplMss, Frank Sanborn, Rev. A. B. iim-xey and Rev. Mark Trafton. Rev. Dr. Mayo opened the exercises with prayer. Mr. W. H. Dupree, chairman of the committee on arrangements, occupied the chair and delivered an address of welcome, after which Rev. Dr. A. P. Putnam de- livered a reminiscent' address entitled "The Old Guard." Mr. Douglass, who was enthusiastically received, briefly ad- dressed the assem blage. In .closing he de- clared there wus no race problem in this nation, and the only problem was to make this nation live up to the methods of the solution which ithad proclaimed. Stephen Allen, who was addressed as the chairman of the first Republican convention in 1854, made a few remarks. The early part of the afternoon session was occxipied in reading letters from old Abolitionists, among them Abiel Liver- more of Wilton, N. H.; Caleb Wall of Worcester, Mass.; Henry I. Bowditch of Peterboro, N. H.; Senator Blair and Mayor Hart, after which an address on Charles Snmner was delivered by Frank B. Stauborn on "The Relation of Kansns to the Abolition of and a speech by Kev, Mark Trafton. In the evening a lnrge meeting in tla> Tremont Temple was uddre, :sci by F red Douglass, Rev. A. A. Miner and others. Players' League. At R. H. B. Plttehtiric.......D 000810 8 2 Now York.....0 iJatteiies-Staley and Qninn; O'Day and Vaughn. At Chicago- n. H. K. Chlcaifo........1 001BOOOO-28'6 Boston.........n 0502030 8; and Boyle; Radbourne and Kidly. At Ch-volanfl- H. H. E. 1 Bi-ookljn......0 0010 and Satcliffe; AYeyhing and Kinslinv. At B. H. E. Bnffalo........1 1130030 6 1) Philadelphia..! 0110430 13 6 Duzen and Mack; Knell and Jlll- ligan. At WLieeliiig- H. H. E. New York......0 000004 04-8 7 4 Pltlsburg...r..2 00 II and Clarke; Day and At Chicago- R.H. B. Chicago...........2 100130 1 Brooklyn.........0 Batteries-Luby and Anson; Lovett and Clarke. Game called; darkness. At R. H. E. Cleveland.........1 Boston............U Batteries- Young and Sommers; Nichols and Bennett. Game called; darknes. At R. H. K. ClncimiH. i.....0 10 4 Philadelphia..2 11020100-7 14 3 and Kecnan, Esper; Glea- son and Sehriver. American AHtmclatlon. At St. n. H. B. St. Louis.......0 112 1 Rochester.....0 and Munyan; Barr and Mc- Guiru. At K. n. E. Toledo......0 4100 Syracuse....! OnOi and Sage; Man- and Pi'.z. Banquet Makes Fuit rime at Gravexeiid. Sept. races here yesterday resulte1! as follows: First race. mile: Bobby Beach first, Tipstaff second, Maliel Glenn third; time, Second race, miles: Bancjttrt first, Buddhist second, Kurus tliird; time, Third nice. mile: licnjamin first, Tom Doiiohue second, Miss Himyar third; tiiiiu, Four It nc', 1. n-.ile: Elkton first, Mas-urioJese. ond, Lariy Jane colt third; time, Finn iiu.'e, mile: Bradford first, New- itrgsi'cond, Griicie W. mini: time, Sixth mile; Muds'oue lirst, Mcrulen Het-ond, Al i'-rrovv third; time, Seventh race, milos: Eon first Cor.io to-Ta'.v Philosophy third; Htm1, i: nii'o, Tiiile: Ben Harrison first, Ruth aocouil, Susij S t'.iir.l; time, I- Itures. race.i here r.-nt iM Fii-s; race. mil1: Ortv lirst, Prettiwit socuiiii, i-MiiiieS. ti.irii; iiine, :-fi.oiH! rime, 1 Philma first', Pulistiii'j K-icomi, Utilight third; time, 'i hi :-il r c'o, 1 mile and 70 yards: Pickup Prut. :'IOL- niton second, jXina Archer third: time, Fourth ra i-, I milennd HO yards: Plan ette and huh i-'i: ythe'rnn a dead Hydy sticon Bob Forsy he -.von ,'na-o'Tin Fifth rat-e 1 i-lOin.jrf: Blarneysltone, Jr., Ed Hopper second, Famine third; lima, Tim Winner; at (jliiuciMter. GLOUCESTER, Sept. race yester- day, IJi miles: lulo lirst, Hiirwood secoiwl. BetLie L tliird; fet-con ace, mile: Laiiy Mary first, Sea Bird second, Jack of amends third; time, Third rave, mile: Gtvcia first. Sterl- ing second, Gipsy King third; time, Fourth race, >s mile: Teddy Venture first, Lady Pulsifer.-ecoud.Gleiidale third; tine, -Fifih race, mile: Rosa Pearl first, dead h between. Genevieve and Engle- wpod the place; time, FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. No Quorum In the In Uie Senate. WASHINGTON, Sept. were but two Democratic members present when the house was called to order O'Ferrall and Smith of Arizona. The call of the roll ou the approval of the journal 153, nays 'quorum. A call of the house was ordered. One hundred and fifty-nine members responded to their names. Still no quorum and a dozen Republican absentees. Mr. McKinley moved an adjournment, but there were a number of Republican members who were in favor of remaining In session, it being understood that Messrs. Brosius, McCormick, Butterworth and Sweeny, Republican absentees would return in Mr. McKinley demanded and secured the yeas and nays on his motion to ad- journ. The motion was 85, nays a Republican caucus was an- nounced to be held immediately. The senate, after the transaction of somo routine business resumed consideration of the bill to define and regulate the jurisdic- tion of the United States courts. The bill was discussed np to within a few moments of adjournment, and then went over with- out action. After a brief executive ses- sion the senate adjourned. VETERANS ON A PILGRIMAGE. Members or the Ninth New York En Route to the BattleHelils of Virginia. FRONT ROYAL, Va., Sept. veter- ans of the Ninth New York rcKiment, on their pilgrimage to Vhe battlefields Of Vir- ginia, were met here yi sterday by a commit- tee of the Front Royal and Riverton Im- provement company and conveyed to quarters in carriages. Addresses of welcome were made by Mr. H. H. Downey and Judge Giles Cook, and responded to by Capt. Hnssey, command ant, and Col. Scott. Among the other speakers were Capt. Coleman, formerly of the Fifth now of the Sixty-ninth New York. After dinner the visitors were shown to the rPiources of the country and the im- provements conteiuplatad. The veterans were escorted to the depot by the citizens who cheered them heartily. Exports and Imports. WASHINGTON, Sept. of merchandise from the United States dur- ing the past month aggregated in value as against in August, 1889. Merchandise exports during the past twelve months aggresated in value us against during the corresponding previous twelve months. Imports of merchandise during August past aggregated as against in August, 1889; and for the oast twelve monilis as against during the preceding twelve months. During August past im- migrants came to the I'nited States, as against in 1889. Germany during the pnst month furnished and Wales Russia Ireland Sweden and Norway Italy and Poland 1.832. StenmHllIp ArrlviiU YcHterday. NEW YORK. Sept. -Arrived, Umbria from Liverpool, The Rhaetia from Hamburg, the La Bourgogne from Havre. LONDON, Sept. S3.- Arrived out, Peraiiti Monarch from New York. GLASGOW, Sept, State of In- diana from New York. HAVIIE, Sept. La Champagne from New York. NEW YotlK. Sept. Arizona from Liverpool. SotiTitAMri'ON, Sept. Fulda from New York. NKW YOHK. .Sept. Ancho.'ia from The Kii-llHli Plate Was No Goml. ANNAPOLIS, Sept.. '2it. -Yesterday morn- ing the testing of pla'.'amor for naval vt-ss Is tr.ok plaie at ibe naval proving in the prcs'i cj of Secretary Tracy. Three fr HI an eight-inch gxin wt re Kred. Thu >hots were the er.nsot plate, the i icki-1 plate an.I the commel la e. The i.r.-t are French and tl e lastFnglish. Mi' ni> kel plate s-ood the li s; test. 'Ihe Kngli.h plate Wi.s knocked int smi li r en A Prominent IK'Hd. FjVANSVILI.K, In Sept. Hon Wil'iam Heilman i.ie.i -t his home JTM- t'-rday after a linvorin: illness. ilr Hei I man was one of the wcaltui.si men in the state, a pronrnent Republican, wlx had represented ibe 1" rstr rlistr.c in coi gress two terms, a large manufacturer and during the last .-ix years has as sociated with Mr. D. J. Mackey in the management of the Mackey system o railways. __________' Ex-ConcreMman Morey Dead. WASHINGTON, Sept. man Frank Morey of Lou'-'ana died here to-day of malmrial trouble. BIRCHALL'S TRIAL BEGUN. THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY CON- CLUDES HIS ARGUMENT. Censlderable Light Thrown on the No- Pnpll Farming Teuns; Pelly, Tells About Arrangement. With Birchall to Enter Into Farming llliclmU's Letter to tlie Murdered Father. WOODSTOCK, Ont., Sept. 28. Crown Counsel Osier ilnished his presentation of the crown's cose against lilrchnll at i. m. yesterday, and immediately called William Mi-Donald us the first witness. iIcDonnld said he became ncquainted with Mrchall when the latter came to him as a arm pupil from England. Birchall hen known A. Somerset. He stopped A McDonald's farm one day, then went to Voodstock, saying he was not brought up .o such work. McDnnald's evidence threw considerable lew light on the pupil farming business. Ie admitted that he was agent at Wood- lock for Ford, Rathbun England, who sent pupils to place on farms, the armer getting bonus and the agent 86. The farmer got half the amount at he end ot the lirst month if a pupil was atisfied and the balance at the end of six months. McDonald said he flrst knew Nevelle H. ]icthall when the latter came out as a arm pupil five or six years ago, and saw lira last on Sunday in Woodstock. The names of pupils placed by McDonald were jiven by him no Jnraes Young, Hertlook Wheeler, Long, Pardoe, Dud- ey, F. A. Somerset. Witness said Dudley was placed by him i Picthall'-i farm, but stayed only-a month, and the bonus was paid just he same, hnlf going to Dudley, who went o Detroit, committed robbery imd fled to Niagara Fulls. McDonald contradicted timself a good deal, and. was given a cru- rittl cross-examination by Bluckstock, onnsel for Biruhail; He admitted ford, Hn-hbuu Co. wrote that Birchall complained that McDonald was windfing Kiigllsh farm pupils, lie said Birchall borrowed from him considerable noney and repaid all bui Raymond Pelly, tbe young English man whoaccompanied t he Birchall. tenwell pnrty to this country, followed, Ic told his arranycnientK with Birchall to inter into a [unniiuj partnership iu Jiuiuda; said told him he had a arm near the Falls ot two hundred acres, ived in good English style, kept En- ;lish servant, had a good brick house ami me of thcstableswaslighted by electricity; ilso siwakiug of his overseer as a man lame.l McDonald and two brothers named Peacock who worked on tlie farm. McDonald, the previous witness, was re- called and said the Peacocks are mytlis. Mruball claimed to be a farm pupil. Suc- ceeding so well he bought out, the farm. met Bemveil at Liverpool. Jirchail said Benwell wus u miisutico, that ie was taking him out as a favor to Ben- Well's father itud that he woliiil put him on some farm and get rid of him. Ben- well changed twenty or twenty-live sover- eigns in New York. The ti ip of Birchall and Benwell from iuttalo oti the day of the murder and 3iruhnlFs reappearance alone that night were told. Birelmll saiil Beuwell did not understand farming and he sent him to ;wo or three other addresses because he lad received so nhieh money. His heavy boots were very muddy. Birchall avoided aking Pelly to the Inrni, giving various ixcuses. Pelly finally taxed liiiu with also pretenses iimi got an answer that 3irchall expected a draft from. England ind would stare farming in a wnek. Felly's wild goose chase to New York ifter Benwell while Mr. and Mrs.-Bircball dentilied Benwell's body was described. [Vlly saw Birchall's pi-tol, a small one. ie identified ilie clothing of Birelmll and Benwel! produced in evidence. 'Felly's examination wns resumed tliis morning at 10. Mrs. Birchall WHS not in court -yesterday. All Witnesses, except the oue tea ilying, are exclu ,ed. A DAMAGING LETTER. The rro.ifoiitlna; Counsel Makes a Strong Point Against Ilirvlmll. One of the strongest points made by counsellor the crOM-n, Osier, was iu'the reading, of the following, letter frgm Birchull to young Beuwell's lather. The letter was not postmarked Feb 30, three days after the murder: Mv DEAH ai-i-lvol safely hume after a very pleasant jpurtt y, the sea br.ing rough ruthur than othel'wi. c. We c-aoie uj by sleeping car tronj Sew i oik and bail a very pleasant trip iudeed. i'ntir son has Inspected all my books my 1m inoss arrange uienls, aud I introduced him to people whi. know me well. He taking vlce, so f ot course was willing; and lie consulted a barrister in I .on Ion. Out., con- ceruliiii tlie business wlih satisfactory results. He has ilecidod to join me, as he has found all he wished to be satisfactory. 1 think we shsll make a very uood business together. The books show a very good iirollt for last year. I think the best way is to place the money in our joint names In i lie bank, to ine credit of our reserve fund. Wo shall lake the addi- tional pioce of laud Unit 1 mentioned to you, an shall nixvreqnlr- it for produce. The best way to send niou .y out is hy bankers Jraft. Dra.is for us choiild Iw drawn ou the Bank of Montreal, Nuw York. They have a iiraticlf in London. I think the London and Westminster also do biiMiioss for them. tuis of Lhis kind shou.il be insure.! and ro tcred. are holding a lurgu saie la MR___ Your son was somcwbut anxious to share in thu prolits of the gale, I am qnliu will IUK shou.rt do, au i so we lnive ou nl' i artnership, and 1 am sure he will never re.tret Your sail is, 1 Ihink you by tld.i post. Ki-iiil) excuse bad writing on my part, hut I ajii n-.llier in a hurry to cutcll Itu; inai My LMU.-tiare gcnei'ully H-rii.lcn by lii..varc H) niiu'-h nmre and clear .t.tuod itlftas.t-i tho 3 St., W ttshinglon, U. C., opp. U. 8. Patent cc. I'utcnUi, Ouvt'utB uml Kc-lsBiicB radeMacksrcgUtercil. All Patent biiBinena .ndticieiV tor moderate VeeH. Information, dvicc. and special relcroncOB sent on requoBt. C AN HOUE made by live Agen O.IHJ icllinif "Our W ays'treatment for Every box guar- titced. For pttrticiilars tulrlrC3B, lenoral Stale UAMSUKI.D A IHOKS, v. AgentB, Y. AS. nniuiuncc to'thn public in imd patronu in partic- that lie liaa the bulliliiiH icrly occupied by II. Mullett. 5fi Kawt "him street, and hua lilted it np in rder, and with the help ot Mr. W. A. Mnn- prepared tlrst-i-liwe Imrlicrinjc. 'tiimkhiK for past wo solicit a hare ot the luture. ROEiwutiully, O. A.llbRBEE. honcaFinan. 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CHICAGO, Switching at thi .stock yards is once more at a sramlstill At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon all th engineers employed by the New Stock Yards Switching Dissociation, left the! posts and refused to work. Fifteen en gines were left idle and r.he yiirdsare com pletely tied up. Refuaal of the Uon to discharge a couple of non-union men brought about the strike. WITH PATENT GOLD HANDLE and STAND, PEC1AL ANNOUNCEMENT Garl.Schauefi 59 Eait Tliira SC; Has received his Fait Winter stock of Cloth.' He will make up Overcoat Suits and Trousers in the la-'% guarantee a'fit He invites people to come and examine his. stock prices before going elsewhere. CHAMBERS FRAS TAILORS. loom No. 6, German Ins. BTg, BUFFALO, N. Y. We have the largest assoi't- inent of Patent Leather Shoes. in plain andlight-colored tops, band and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try "a pair of this make. You will like them. 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Length, inches. Sixes in Intst, measure f 32 inchee TO 4ti inches. Mark never bought such a sucque" fore. Dress goods. Wp recommend our line of 50 cent brics. All the new plaids stripes, ftuicy weaves andF plain brics iu all the new colors, foi samples. At 25c and 45c. we Wso good value. Kew Fall s.tylen ready in all partments. New--Carpets, and Absolutely the Best. A pure creaoi of Urtar powder. All the ingredienu uged are pure and wholesome and published on ev- ery label. One trial prores it aupcrior- ority. Adam Mm aol AMERICAN BLOCK. MAlff BUFFALO, N. C.C.PENFOIJ> Jlanufsclurerand Importer; 364 HAW ST., JUtUiVAJLO. JT. t. DBALBR m Diamonds, Wat and Jewelry, Clockejgilverware, Leattit'i' Goods, ele JUiOHA VJSO, GOLD 4 91L VSR FJ.ATlh A COMRLBTR UKB Or MAIN 8TKEET, Y. A MflCBFTH i CO., PITTSBURGH, PA, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Eixt lEWSFAPESr lEWSFAPESr   

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