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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               REPRESENTATIVE QSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. THE BIRCSALL TRIAL ONLY TWO MORE WITNESSES RE- MAIN TO SE EXAMINED. BCLIMQ X.VCHrXK for i llmtf ,all kinds ni blanka 18 U e latest autimun to he Mechanical Department if DnoiarklPnnung Compao; BR. GttFFOBD, 223 antl SS Central VTP Artutic Photographer Phuiograpna nl Babies j spec ally need not for aumsfaine except ft r Miiliea. rr, ---------------------------------------------------Hie tirst Xodlcul for tlia An- other Wltnnut to Kunwlnc Blrrhall iu Lord nble Spot iilaiinn M to Wlmt Vardliit Will Tin, ta be to thu Jury W w n sroi K 'v-pt J9 was d iv of the Buihiill mnrdei ACCOMPLISHED universal epimon that But Iml is not alone a murderer fcnt 'hat he vill Be con noted and hanifwt In overy conveyance m Hie road rme FIFTY-PIRST CONGRESS could me nplitted irmti md angers at this ui that point Thich ma wonderfullj per ectinttui rt (Muenu! Pickthall handled the ralibons Mtii Tlle Wnmnios of by great skill and passed veryrhinij on the the WRY Hi it an axperr wiih holies The t nitert m in visited The last and learned that Mrs Birrhiil] rnw P-U.S of tlto Tariff and Mrs West Jonis had B 11 s H r V L.JVV to 1 Mime Ha- Imjv.ii.uu tM t0r' B'" la" 8tl Fl did noi fiiik to see him It vv us a it v isit ing day mrt thev knew it vv it, rhe rules w see mm BliltK. I Kb I'ri- pnetor, Vo. Ltt !5 -ieeonit street near liiti taia Dunkirk. Mu uc, otc., bound in ad alvlis i promptly attentiotl to All work CBOIKKK7 UOt'SE, cntral Wemie Wuullsale and reuu) dealtjr in Id purlctl LU I Jomesni i hina, Glaafiwiirt; HOTEL. per ouy LlTary and Butnilng Diablo n i onnertwn V nw it ill" JS5 and U7 Lion itn ct. nun One i lie the jro i an h oa the CITY BARUER SHUI' Uuu, Vagie. Prop Ui.uer Ljki -Jllcre National Qjnk orli- -entcr an I Third atrepm A une J> Foreign iml Oomiatii ii; Dlrchall His (ailed was Dr Mtarns Blrchall ate thiPw-meah dav hi He had heard rhe melieal res iraonv tori r ind seemed to nov' n n rhe rnwn but lid nut with Dr Wei He made sew r il sktl hes i hi rl r loid that nunr mor is tomes m from two and .jave -hem bum to wi and three-quarter hours i t renehv look nn IK iie luis issiiiijKt tovHrat.ons "When dres-ed ,'iri lam mi; v th ,k.i rs Tin s. tin leatu i omes where t ha uodv, m not I tieim Iv One nvvsj-api mm if nn i nktl bv ill htalth rigor mortis takes, linn a onuue nt u I K i i n mnirer In the rase of sudden dejith from nes Ho hi li i- n liu 11 i pistol shot whe't the bodv- s that of al but Robert [Ibtmie s hi vil r i n i i ut'u vounjf man mortis would evoi read bile -IK i n ml n v i- orm m in wifht ten or twelve hours KtandiULj below Biuhill vis html r< It unditions said Di Menrns I 1 "U-1 'iLitrrilv with u li-s nis n art fa orinleto i deitrre 1 ntrnr moms I bis ell v Bnnses such as irn to tune been uu "tiul nts from the Baptist toll "e u-., n Benvvells bodj I <_m scarcely- onceivo of several members of tin -U u in -n 01 i M having reien.d bv the bodv falling v-isittd rhe jail and hi Id, 91 MI mi Bui h n tiaik t ml Hie buiiyes beim- if a bluish did tot take pin- Hi  i p i i t n r t m_rr -s u tn inv 114 i >n> l th t, i -nut inut- trom ma to inuihe Gi-anunz psnificarw 11 1m imi o M wuisunhstM uniiei alumni numm m lie ile rebellion Granting to Tanui to assist Jiiabled i jnadi in pi thb vutrs it rhe r mud i ,n d, i that i like privilege is .rrona 1 i ttK, vrssels }n r m uln Provul toi tin spin-tit on of mented luinor n land of intern itiomil nui i ni; rhi, t imiicn u dtrns.- tin flurtson n i it u Ev hu i nun ti ui n k fedusl FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT ON THE SAL "HMORE AND OHIO ,out p n nt nr S O till _ Joint Resolutions Ptk-nl lie joint n ilm pi-.-e'l n_ it U u n_' i U( f nupd-tit, iu 1 Bi ,il n tu nl pi 01 i r-unniiLin u ni >i n n n IIL u un il it u i u m i ui f-nm His inland Ni aut u i tii i w., u It-tit lie i- n IH i sitnn i-iuu t srr i i i n i u_ n HI piopratn n 'or Inn i lu r in- had nnol ot bolb rht r un im i l uii I-.UIPS u nl uiiiiiiit- i] tht j "re Uiiilimin _o LI ii m I lint lieioie iiiioni im tir titu i_n hi f t s mi-, iui is has U1 -mil nc _i uh n t t in ,n n 'i -r'lt ihnuf i n i nher iti in n stiutr i-1' 1 11 oiHi unie md ii 10 i t L it-v n t ii n Ji ii n he -fti.iit, ma it the P 3s center im.' t ractical horse-ahotra. Partliiuir nu, uion to inlertenui; tones, -ihueics >t roan tr luiiif borses t suit illy -It is imnnssible that these bruises could Ininanv Wootlstotk iiulpii- bu ,-rI nn e neeu icctived unnce mad rz ui ir tir i voi nil o be ante inoi t< m tlnn I Ih( nn M n nt hittmt m t'ie   uu lisanienr it in uirt line n u tr s in in iiirut lie M u, i In nv j ioi Tbe ul prohum rhi mi_ruou u on trui 'ab rhiis pibswt tin h ui-e nut t v is rnonirhi; piss rhe senile but Mi BIuii hu, WIMU liac he vill lot (all t up i -rent, dial n int viule il 1 i in urn vv s I left I be id i i mm i il i a i luii inn it l n or Lr md ii' n po pic sp, crs rn it it n i e miuu eon life bat does uot beeomt, ippars-nt u iv i tc, n e j i ml ifter leath 'A wound leemved be- mdilib v (Kid T n H >uhl r 11 nu ur -aid lie be mist iken c" r 1 hi 'Cromwc 1 and Oilnk ri Jtlini, Ureas ahirta Onfall n ill llaitini, furnu ictli iig anil lr a-ooits huiues in OF I.A mil Lun street Ljeaifcr n k iuiir, i? ecu, alt. Hallu llu% t'tioa 4 KIE HUTKL mil L un n haev iicisd o all bruliiti an i in utiafi noiuscs Itisl tal> >na xur L iu aeir- ui lolin j Pnip EHUiKb ii CO. IT in I 19 E Tjmt street. tine Far'-iu.rp i abuiil A ire mil I p ao otemife ctilre Fr-uma mude to irflir if. leat i -am :u> oe mist iken i r uui s betore diath ir imme- be dun! i-tiibfBn nui Hit K iftn leath Iu a w omul ret eived P imuall wasa u a i urn e _-ii i n houi-s ijnore leath there might. I (lav uu.hr but did no t-t uot be si_fns ir nUuinmiiron lelion [n pnsi ler II uum it on n-.ua Iv srts in from tweht to i iu IK HP, if ,i th mjurv It t'n s in svviJlnu. ind jo i ttlaium it ur ui.tui iris ;iu inihiatioii rlmr tjiti n is n i melwtwfen 1 tUi md ts mill r.i u l i iu I iimnution o set n 1 iinic it 1 ml i i 1 li tl nure i i lent bin i v ml i it- ipr u u IK t t ,f I i 'l pioiiui u i uives iksi i uh 11 i mi he l u Hu (n envfeu h T nited i" 1 Hi Uii Ynentaa oilnrris s iii vii i h b ia -re l n x n rur Uilneh ami othir i v is rou_ it erv nif-mmin h Ni il Ml mil, and the e inmn i loridro le h >ns i i lou t he st -iu i u n i n Bills on t) i r i CONGRESSIONAL n t u it -tare iiiis u ue-itlint t te i ut ntr omi em _i ai imti i in eiuntntstui r l li "1 1 n le L t 1 ees )f it n uu hu ts Lhe louse pud The rtmfcrime in the VS isl'INf TON s.liu i HI thi i a rt u r 11 -.1 ute u t lie CD M Lentnl Vvc CO of "iteara ills SaniLorv Specialty  ETV STORE 10 fc, rhird -l H -jUtuniir In itraminlB M nes DiuK uiilNV iiWU Papers thu iiirt-iiiuni, i arat 4osi jcmk lioo l.ooka l mini, niij t modiiei -ome -1 _'ttr Hi ul lie n eontt r mil' ui nor in u i-Bi tent it- -bed i ish toi tht r in bi ,-iuiuuv ni Dr Rieli u s u vho ui.- ten i- i i uiitiiniv n n e T r iiiosilmil] tie t innmiin n f mt in in i- -tib-r tin saim t ba- aid th n 3 is hit_ntii In i r I aius will-peikiu >nt o-it a otlu i r, i T'ii ui n ui -nin u 1 T iv i> une ol the sf! utors iii i si mi t -t u 1 t mt he kn ms I 1 H iv vi ml nn nn ne -uw abni t lu n i It if i-'1st Jit -r -an ihmd I nl u Hthnu h md tin vv tai e-e r' I'......lilai-int u tin run n bti outs pp -uu n 111 s xv i o H j t ill I uu 111 Mil )1 11 It Ihi n Home Caluiilur that 10111 minnt 1 i rliis -e.-siou it _r f pta-a_'e tud lemain Jii u-t ei e. ulai Ine most impor-mt n tilt ,eii te ul- itr iu tl e altnuur ire i -uusul inn sliipniug bills Ilie mm lei ol ne v a v's rai n tin, i nt 1 nsr S sps-ioil n il-'if-s if, P ibl e liw- r innl e i oliauns ,1 The number n is u I Us nn i I ti i 1 u t hi ses> _ Ite Jill 1 _ all m naeTpl In b inse uilla ij ie jha ou-i A. ne i 1 w I niuiibei n i n K vlmh h u rtl i> ihi l i i us ii S-.IH it iu nni i i n _ u i i a vi i i Us sent o t it pn- d u u ih i u it tilt, ee li ll 'l is lie-n 4v, mi n d iiuxlu-e. uilii u u b t. rs i uii i i it iiiiu -i u i ir i I 'in 11 i- n n e u iut nt i i- ud bar e i i ni" f i mil lie I on u ir pti u u i t P mini; t u in 1 II) E. -x f properly lolleo "ents Jcc- 219 Center at., ind lloi r VI ONKOE'S WO central !li_d iiurters for Wall Paper Pi nt Ci's t J. W.. f 209 Center street, Manuioctnrcr and in Harness -j ui le-< SniUes. collars, hips. BuiT-ilo liolie tiorstt Covers ijlovca Miltcna ami -jle gh tub vvbj tie n pit "us nawnll u-fd .he -nnimms.' V' un or Mr Haj vo ts 1 be v tntss nail n o seen (ri-t Me Oi mil I ir Ins blaeksinith ,hup u eom ,mnv v tb M- Bluerr, McDoniihl m rhnt u is' i ti Id lam i that tlieio vtM 'n-ie oi tiur minutes between the -lint- hi bentt1 lud m the svv imp la il-< innudto a rele_T iph m-t about w ti t vv t md -aid he m-that tar ivav n m v tit rhe shuts were ired N nun Kuevv Bneh ill oil nis n-nu isit r0 hi- i minirv as Loid n r He id mt be-i v Builiill u dst lek on Teu '9 mil boned to i m v ien p ts-i !_, H, Uini Ju u, llckel -ir- vu i i, m, n he ,ide I m u O-li t ointer teamed rhat i HI iir iini IK w is i Fug list n m isit n_ he-i who in s me vvnv ie 11 'I i Bu lull Fold imerset Tl t Illpl S IOI !J< Ht r5i h 11 vis lere uu tint, .______0 TIIV b mitiKtni u denut "e l H w ml I D me tu tstntl rhat on or e( n-i'lei u n tn 1 n Fi u v t b Ji Mu i -nowstom ir rna lc aDOJ 1 .ml i ml it A u K.S. "e< ilindai It b llkilv he -en ut vill i m m In I r n -tnau iiui_< i] ur ie i H n I ie v i n is 1 i in m si me c in il f i_ th i v 11   in the nil sbiron "it pit mint 11 11 n i onitiine ifi.iii' in i fe i t i l -MhiioimHi.ieu 11 PllISI 111 I I ilittti 'i ui t i, h p in i n i i mi i_ t iln it n t d br tri I i i- r m 1 n i i >n in li vim 'i i pen-i u it i numb u iv ml ti v i s N i' l l in v tn v m-, lulu 1 lt i' i i i i ii his i i v im t ii n it i in s i u, k L fi b tl r v is m L i u i" ni i nil HID ,pra LI1 "i Ulii v n, t i n 11 h in 1 ik- n in ifiu uid utlie v u let mi- ll u I it Upn uu ir IL vir n -t Hi-- Vim t eil 11 i tl i T (in it 01 u vv i trs "he 1 i- u l v e I T i u h is ni i i i ir m- u n >v tin i 1 tnilt opi utt IOHK "Ylitile Pin ipmopi ri i- malt bv rn Tittv HNt i_ ui rn i il t t mil i_r me K s tL._rn _ tit-l il n t -I( i in M Ibe ns n pioi i t us m be e -MU r hi m nr-t m_ i -r i i i _ v p -l ,i ii lit i IR utv Iml vinih s in irrfu ii- I v i n tb r v j m ni UL bt _t m i l t mpi it u b i i- i r i u i i -i i n ,_ r t Pi- n n j t t- ,i i" H- a u ti u h iniin IT in i n r -i 11 i i r it e n 1 VI el I i 111 Two rioiKlu Ti unn I iilllitv Znnes- TlllB O rtulHini; Tl-llllllB IrfHM Of Dmn In Tlio Wrecll fauivil hj nil OJIIM inn s In n, Onlin, 1, Uunln, Si Tin. List if Killml i O H) lf mi sr n_' i il nis_ ton 01 ti But mm lnd Ohioriihoai Kdiii- 1 'm tniti- -t of hi ar mid Illicit I u ui 1 m, n m nnL ''i'1 un i md to the amount il if) MKitltst i pil Vn Opei uor s Theiviid uist-d In th, milure o r-amislv, ti pei in i itnimklund ta dill u >i his i an ant ii urn 1 h. iu it tr tn ir num ntn! wrst In u ul l unlit pissed Lhi l 11113 '111 ml m i Imp nri8 Just mtside o a lu -p v K mil m it lui saw rhi 11 HI u i until HU bin i i w Muds IK ir IV n_ m i ind tiipiiian m tin us bound ti in umpid ihi lauu umij. iininiuni hit 1m oniiu John Kilp i ui i i, _' mt If nuii Ina mil i not jeiti 1 to Inp In liijiiurt Iilnhtftillj Th' n_ i i md Mr m m u thiM Hi i i tusi uit'v killul th_ orn" n' uiiU 1 bj the oplintuti uip Miiud mto rhi rinder Us li id bi mm wore -i (r, 11 IVI ''t _rrruiid roi ill ttit uoitnd Hit n mm w-is i iirlit between tht u..' IP mil i mlu imluiishid to i pulp i HI hi 1 ,h was roistcd by the mo t om m nj i pb riu iiiiini. rh Us )i j. IK i is n n nin liter w J" I' HI v I "i -nil IHI unkni'vn Q' -M uii n m mut o 'I u- lit O 1 i rk O IMI ni man Ni H irk O i I 1 1 On in i i Hi flu dpi i ln m ,n lr i' iivi n t irk II ll V IU_t IIJKI t.l n li iiniL. tin u u I irs t u- a 1 u d r ik ill 1 h i u Hit i i- In h aim d hi u-. lull -IIP-S THE -PORTNG WORLD i vi In Hill Itiiis sr ml in the Pentium v-io i ttiii.t i n_' ill! -ii ivv In T iiiuiiu 3 t l_Ut- I n, i 1 'It t t 110 I it the at l La I I i n. i in Id i 10 r i Tno 111. if n Tin-- >u iul( 1 t i l T. iitifi hi hi nse house (bolmi m foi id o mini m i- m ike the runt toi am Pa 17 Last Third atreet, e asiutmable Tiilor ijivntlcnien will linit it o uieir ati vantage Co cail on mi Ill-fore aewnere. FB. C.LKY CO.. iS3 Lion stiett. Hard irare. Lead Oil-.Pimter'b dupplies. Oil C eths, (iraniO! Wore A spec al ty at dherwin Williams Pa.nt ind Monroe rinire e MI pi OH f vo v Tin-e, vvht-e i lav n Dims iv 01 up- t it L t .-r imnv Mr buiks otk tsK.d peinns I liu hnivtmmat.Pi-, it no u'm n v tnli ,ltl unril to liv mt 'mv u_' pirns ri this wr K ev ml unvti n 't- n tbl it _et tlu m tt Ht ns< i -m on tht ni t i i bit tin i a-t no v v nil be shorr I bt u lenniv nipi pi on d M 'iltik-totk On, villte-ut in will be prr-entt 1 11 urn ii nit be smu trine t Uenvvell 1 veril ets u- ui i n ip_stir if i Bi inumd hdd I iv t IISIK e u i Is m 1 the-unituie bemu m tht) p, nt ui rbi u u ts Vill IK I nil rn- rrui ji mud md r 1 ke n u RULtSt. is blank books in l att kinds of jiaulta toDe it Mi ini u in the will prnclncp the dmn- muu who-rroteit if Dunkirk Printing Coin S and 10 RUDOLPH VKUJJKNHAOKR, Cor Thlnl ami Buffalo bio.. Dealer in waaite. Marble t agjnni; anil .__________ Bml tmi; stone. Call un me ixtfore unytnL, verdu be urv wall rentier In the e your dicie-wait. nnm- i_______ 11 Mi Bliuk-tock nirther exniumed that th rlier witnesses will testifv as to the lim iv it i telegram nlutin, n to tlie Verdict. a much specnl ition as to what RISLKY CO 7 and J East Front dtrceu Whiakv, V, ines, Bramiiea laqnor store for Family (Joe Jtv Lion street, near the lepat. Uoardinij, oale reed ami Livirv 3tauie ling uv the daj or week on -caaonabie part u the Teek heu, were offered that Buih ul Tould be convicted. These II.UP i m withdrawn uid a few ueoffereu nut he jun vll not auree Tuuue Mi M ihon 1115, said hut the caie be g n 'o the jure and a ver dm ,s looked for in d shuit time l AT BLENHEIM SWAMP J UIFFOBD, oOl Central Ave. (Up I MIUIT Persons VUit the Some of O irenerai iuaur-inee aim ileal EataU: i c i-itiit. Lite. Accident, anil Live Stocji _ Souvenirs jproiup1 anenuou Co buying w IODSTOI K Onr 3snt mil Ueal E.me. i rt eds ol people v Blenheim svvnmp vest, r i iv A Urnti-1 Pre's eorrespondent. TiHI- at. vv is dnv en om wiih Piekth ill ind-i guide uf? the e it iui )i ii i i.uvS Uhi.kev i t'lrouuh the ivvamp tilled with vehicles us V'ur LU" l mle The road is i Vt Uur i fiom vile TC. JOKES. "5 h. Third 3U, cor Jeer Meat Market frTesii ilt aatokeii Meats, Lard, daiiaagcs Ovaters Poulnr. w- "ATtUES, JKWEIJtTi. tbe Aurora Railroad Watcb ir rank f autpi. SE Third su vy M WOCKER, Mcrcbanl Tailor, vie Central Vvenae tiill len_th ot halt i mile The road is ten i i row for earns to pass and TO they w .red m movmc e MI it uu nine 1 gem i i i _i mt n ir ne irr rhe m I snii. u n mv us i- n e t vo n aa i b t- p t i and v i ,c h. ,11 nnnr tot -i_'iiatiue 01 t iv mini un-ivp md 11 br. pin ,i H utlu lU p enae nils _rtiutl ti ml m rhe i on eiu n il imi ids ip (is ti. pennons f he o ttl mtempKtei it. the time n the II p _e i f be mv IUL i i n 1 ei i i in; ill tin T tther His t inti Then  IT o i or it u il 1 1 It u if iliK uu ml Bin ip it uit >f 11 nt n, ion l-t ie lit it II I i I'll r d it it onal 4 EU t r VMF1 1 A_ ll r r I I I --J u ON m L t i 113 i ni jtH i r n i 1 0 1 I 1 I J 1 1 1 o i j 1 t i it ind Mu in McMihon i' ti t_ i 1-174 tad p n H. -lu U 1 j j i itker and -t i -t L us Baitmimr Ll Ittt (r md R tun on n i -i I in 1 i 1 I 1 ial n I 1 J t Bu el J.1 mu Tilt Tujvrn an V r nt T k iu J J J J Vthitt J l J J 1 T imi. tl'tii t trknt tr and vVe eh Drlv R tl B. 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