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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 1, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK M. Y., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1890, B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULING MACHINE lor ruling all kinds of blanks is the latent audition to lie Mechanical Department of Company. K. GIFFORB, 223 and 225 Central Are Artutic Photographer Instantaneou hotograpns ol Babies a specialty. Sitten ced not wait lor sunshine except foi need B OOK IRVING. I'ro- MJ pnetor. No. 16 K. Socoml street, near BiiJ telo street, Dunkirk. N. Y. Mil ue, FampblcU, etc., bouml in all styleu. Ordure promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. DtJKCHEK'S CROCKKKZ HOCSB, O 306 Central Avenne. Wholcwle and retail dealer in In ported am: Domestic China. Ac. CHAUTAUUUA HOTEL, Kates, tl per day. l.iverr anil Boarding Stable in conncctiun Victor Klili-r, J'S and 337 Lion slrect. Ohas. Nagle, Lake Shore National Bank, cornur Center and Third streets. A line stock vl Foreign and Domestic S38 Center direct, ractical horse-Bboera. Particular attention ilto mterfonng horics. Shoeing ot road 4 trotting horses a spuf.uilty. I EVISNINU OUSKItVBK. Largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKIRK ENQLMEERtMO COMPANY. Formerly Sellow Popple. Manufacturers ol Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgingb, Cantmgii. and Machine Work lo order. SHIRT CO., -203, 205 anil Center street, Manufacturers ot the omwell" and "Dunkirk" period- littuii; Dress Shirts. On sale in alUoudmg furiiishiiig, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. p. 434 and 438 Lion street, Dealer 111 Flour, Feed, .-alt, Baled Hay, Phos- phates, etc. Established, Io77. E" RIK HUTKL and liming saloon, union Depot. Easy access to all trains und bus- 'aeab houBca. ISest accommodations lor Com- mercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. E BUCKS CO., S7 and 99 B Tbunl street. fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware ami Up- uoutermg. Picture Frames made to oriler. tp U. .YIATTESON A CO., :rai Central Ave., Leaden ol Fashion anil Gentlemen Outfitters. II AKKLL STEAM HEATING CO.. anuincturers ol Steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. (TOME STEAM Oar specialties: Fine Slum, lOc; dollars, ic; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Kroe Deliv- ery. A VV. Cn minings, 307 Cuntor street. 11 K. OKDM, E. Third at., cor. of Buffalo Manuf iit.urcr anil dealer in Fine Boots Shoes 189Q OCTOBER. 1890 TROTTING STOCK SALE. Su. 12 19 26 Mo. 6 13 20 27 Tu. 7 14 21 28 8 15 22 29 2 9 16 23 30 Fri. 10 17 31 Sat. 11 18 25 THKEE MEN KILLED Tlirouifh Mitt Crlmlnnl NegllKeticK of Tiilegraph Operator. KAS-IOS, Pa., Oct. Glosser. day at Lehighton, was arrested yesterday Ihe charge of his having caused, by his negligence, the wreck on the .Jurm-y Centr.il railroad Monday night byiM'liich tlneo men lost their lives. A coal train broke in two and in the iuves- that led to (Jlosser's arrest, itwas shown that he hail received orders from the head ollirjj lo hold all trains at Le- filii-sor forgot to write the or- der in the book; failed to inform the night operator; leaped on a train and went to VH home Manch Chunk. The coal train met a passenger train on cune. Both engines came together ivitb terrific force, und iu endeavoring to i-si-ape by jumping, Joseph Diuilap fire- man of the passenger train, and Klmer Mitchell, engineer, and Charles liigelow, fireman of the coal train, were crushed under their engines and killed. Engineer Taylor Belford of the puswmger train also went, down with his engine, but was taken out of the wieek severely injured. -Mitchell and Cigelow lived at Phillips- lirg and their remains were brought home yesterday morning. Bigelow was married a year ago. Mitchell was the support of two invalid sisters and a brother. IJunlap WIIH married and .lived it Mnuch Chunk. His brother and the jrother of Knginecr Belford were killed In i wreck some time ago on the same road it Kockport. UENKV WEII.EII'S NEW STORK, Mi E, Third Bt. Books, Stationery, Musical In- aud weekly failure, and everything pertaining to u flrat eluss book store Schoot Books a specialty. JOII PRINTING ol every description and "l lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 Second bt. H. VAN BUKEN SON, Fire. Life, Accident and General lusuraaoe. Deal- on in Keal Estate and Loans. 1'arliculai attention uaid to the care ol properly collect- ing rente Ac. 219 Center St.. 2nd floor. ONIIOK'S PHARMACY. 300 Central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Paper Paint. Oils, Ac. PERKINS, J. TV., 400 Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Trunks.Whips, Buffalo Robes, Horse Covers Gloves Mittens and Sleigh Hob .-a. SCHOLTKS. r. 17 Kasl Third-street, fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on me beiore purchasing elscwhore. B. CA11Y CO., S3S Lion street. General tcad.OUs.Painter's Supplies, Oil Granite Ware. A special- ty of Sherwin Williams Paint and Monroe range. RULING, such as blank-books, ledgers, and all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Coin puny, 8 and 10 E. Second St. IRON AND STEEL CONGRESS. SOIIHI Interesting 1'iipisrn Head ut dll.v'M StiMHion. NBW Oct. the afternoon of the iron and steel Vice Kokley B. Coxe presided, lie iliited tlinl. Mr. J. 11. I'ohliii" of Culogne, jerniHiiy. wlm w is to liuvi- reiul u imper entitlcil "U'ire Hope Imd only list liiinlod from tlie ste.-iimn- Eiili-r nnil iis paper would be printed and dis- tributed. "Xotes on Iinprdveinents iu (icrman Sled Works and Rolling .Mills'' was tin; itle of an intere-aiug paper read by Air. ft. Al. Dalloii of Dtmulilorf, Germany] A impcriiii ".Miichiui-ry for the Cli.irg- iiiK llcfitiimnncl Melting Fnvnitces" was read by S. K. of 'I'lmrlow, Pa. Mr Dallen showed to thu congress ijhoto- (jraplis of liydraiilio shears and puiu-hes Several papers by prominent mining en- gineers wore (hen rend by title and dis- tributed. The evening session was better attended than any vet, held. The first paper read was on the New York aqueduct, read by A. FcU'lly, the engineer of the work. After listening to the reading of several other the coniji-ess adjourned until to day. MURDER AND SUICIDE AT LOWELL. John 11. MehoN His Stepniece uiitl Then Himself. I.OV.KI.L, M.i.s-i., Oct. 1. John Q Nichols murdered his stcpniece and shot himself on Applelou street ye-teiduy. The murder was ihe result of a dispute'about tlie ot the late Jacob Nichols, ivho died leaving a considerable estate ibont years ,igo, TMM- twenty-live years John Q. Nichols worked willi his foster brother, the late John J Xii hols, in the furniture business lie received a week and the assurance thai he should have a share iu the property they were making in the business. John Nichols died several months ago and John Q. received nothing. He has repeatedly urged his claims upon those who received the properly, but his [leinaiids have been as persistently re- fused, and lie was finally arrested for tiespass ten days ago. His case was' to Imve come up by continuance yesterday morning. THE RAUM INVESTIGATION. RUOOLPH MOI.UKNUACEK, Cor. Third and Buffalo SU., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me before buying your side-walk. R ISLET CO., 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store lor Family Use. ROBERT MeKAV, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, Feed and Ijvery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. OAM J. O1FFOKD, SO] Central Ave. (Up O General Insurance and Heal Estate Agent. Fire, l.iJe. Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prump' attention gn an to buying iDil stilling Keal Estate. rilllE "COTTAliE." X KDISOS'S onexlubitioii FKEK. luiuorc. lor med- icinal purposes. "Ol.u CItuW" Wluakey a bpeciulty. luiportetl ISeer in burton Ale und (.iuiuness Toiler, drawn Irom tlie wood. rp C. JONKS, J. "SB. Third Doer. Excelsior Meat Market. Jfresh, Salt ana Smoked UeaW, Lard, Sausages, Oysters and Poultry. W W ATt-'UES, JEWKLKX, -C. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. Impairing a specialty. Fn-nk F. Stavf, S3 B. Third st. M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor. S16 Central Ave nut REWARD! WE will pay the above re ward lor any case ol Complaint, Sick Uoadacho Indigestion, oonstipatiun or Cosiivenesa we cannot cure with West's Pills, when tbe directions are Mficily complied vt itb. They am purely Vegetable, and never tail to satUlactiou. Sugar Coated. Largo boxes, containing SO Pills. cents. Beware ol coun- terfeits, and The genuine manu- 'aoureo only by JOHN C. WKsT A CO. Sold 1 Vnarmacy, Uuukirk, N.Y. Mr. KefiiMen to Keveal the Nuinei of His Informants. WASHINGTON, Oct. Kaum in- vestigating committee continued its investigution yenterday. M. G. Sacken- uorf of the New Ydrk Tribune refused to furnish-tlie names of the persons who gave him the information upon which he billed his articles iu that paper. Mr. Kaum was requested to bring the oases mentioned in The Tribune articles to the committee for examination, and the committee ndjourncd subject to the call of the chuir. Murder at WILKKS-BAHRE, Pa., Oct. even- ing Foreman Henry of the Valley Stone works at Meshoppen shot a stonecutter named Leslie Kellogg through the lungs, inflicting a fatal wound. Henry fired a lecoml shot, missing Kellogg, but hitting a hostler named John Lord, inflicting a p.-n'nfttl flesh wound. Tlie shooting caused grent, excitement und Henry, -who was lias several times during the sve'ii us been threatened with lynching. The cause of the shooting is not known. Gave the Sheriff the Slip. M Mich., Oct. climb- ing cut of a car window while the train was running at full speed; James McCabe nnrt John Keilly escaped from Sheriff Hayes of Cheboygan, who was bringing the men lo prison here. They were hand- cufl'eu together, but by gaining a foothold on the ear steps McCabe assisted Keilly off. ihey got into the woods near Au Train, but the sheriff is uow on their tracks. Steamahlp Arrivals Ycntorday. Oct. l.-Amved, from Nfe" York. NEW YORK. Oct. l.-Armed, Eider from Bremen. NEW YORK, Oct. Ethiopia from G lasgow. _____________ l Death of a Prominent Chicagoun. CmcABO, Oct. Timothy Brady, Jx-sherift of Cook county, and a man ol prominence, died at big home iu thii city after a year's illuess. i JuLAMPCHIMNEYSBR YOU- GET THE WRONG SORT; THE RIGHT ONES PEARL TOPm i by GEO, A, MflCBETti 4, PITTSBURGH, PA, AND ARE A Average of Prices Obtained a Farm. NEW YORK, Oct. second und las day's sale of the trotting stock of John Schultb took place yesterday at Purkville L. I. The average in the morning wat high, the first eleven horses bringing 275, or each. Stanford, u bay stal lion, 5 years old, by Piedmont, out o Irene, was sold for to 11. F. Pierce of Stanshead, P. Q. Prince Ferguson o New York pnid for Nut Pan, .'3 yean, old, by Nutwood, out of Isaquciiim Bendcc, by General Benton, out of Daisj D, foaled in 188G, was knocked dowi to IT. Duntou of Now Yoik for Veinetlc, 9 years old, biky mare with a record of Ijy .Mmiclicstcr out of KUu .Madden, brought 11. Kvan> of New Yoik being tlie purchiiner. Isaquenna, fouled in 1881 by 1'anco.nit, out of Layth.in LILSS, wna bought by W illlam E. Cooper, of Northampton, .Mass., foi Otliei- sales wei-e. Madeline, brand mare, foaled in 1875 by Kydsick'.s JIanible- tonian out of Nancy Whitman, William Simpson of New York: Linda, f years old, by Electioneer out of Tolling Peter Lung, Buffalo; Su 8 yeni-s old, by Alcryone, William Simpson; I niqno, 11 years mure, by Electioneer out of Harries Idol, H.OOO, Joseph .Smith, of New York, BRENOCK BROKE SWINEY'S SKULL. A Wealthy Chicago Man Kehents Wrong With a nnsotmll Itnt. CHICAGO, Oct. Uri-nock, wealthy nnd prominent citizen, broke the of K. E. Swiney. 11 wcll-lo-do married Wan, Monday evening with a baseball bat. Swiney is a handsome man about 50 years of age and ha.s two grown daughters." lie is a manufacturer of bank furniture The men live near eaeb other OTI McAllister place, a small residence locality, and have been friends Sir. lirenock has a daughter, who mar- ried a man named Ragor about twelve years ago. The union proved an unhappy one and Mrs. Ragor now- lives apart i'rom her husband. Mr. Brenock, whose .sus- picions had been aroused, intercepted n writlcu by Swiney to Mrs. Uagor, in vhieh an appointment was made. While Swiney mis si muling in the door .if a livery stable on Centre avenue wait- ing for his horse to lie hitched up lireiioc-k, who had slipped in the back way, stole up behind him, and drawing a iia.sehull bat from beneath his coat, struck Swiney on the back of the head. Swiney raii, with lirenock after him, and the l.illcr overtnkiiig his victim dealt him several -dditiOiial blows upon the head, breaking iis skull. TARRED AND FEATHERED. L Noulj-Miu-i-leil Trojan Is n Wui in llccepl ion. Tno-r, N. Y., Oct. employe of one the railroads leading into Troy, who re- sides on the eastern limits of the city, was timed und leathered on (lie. Tloosick road Monday night between 7 und 8 o'clock by a party of a rc-cklis-, yomif? men, led by an indignant and outi.igi-d woman. Tlie man is charged Uy w ho took him in hand with having treated his wife so cruelly thiit she compelled to pro- cure n divorce from him In defiance to the inundate of Ihe court that lie must not marry he found a woman who was willing to laugh the conn's decree to scorn, ami they were married n few days ago. On his way from the depot with his bride his carnage was stopped by a drara marked men, who dragged him, st rug- ding, into an adjacent lot. and adminis- tered a coat of tar and leather-. ITALY'S UNEMPLOYED. THE UTMOST MISERY PREVAILS SOME PROVINCFS. Politicul I'dintM. CHICAGO, Oct. Democratic conn- >y convention noniinuteil Congressman Frank Lawler for sheriff. SAKATOGA, Oct. Democraticcon- gressional convention for the Twentieth district nominated Alexander B. BHUCUS of Saratoga. ST. Louis, Oct. M. Sterritt, vice president and general munnger o[ tlie Dr. Harter Medicine company, w.is nom- inated for congress by the Eighth district Republican convention. Conn., Oct. Sherry of South Windsor "'tis nominated for con- gress by the Democrats of the First dis- trict. BUFFALO, Oct. Republican con- gressional convention for the Thirty-sec- ond, district nominated ex-Sermtor Benja- min II. Williams. KINGSTON, N. Y., Oct. Rice of Ronilout wasrcnominated for assembly liy the Democrats of the Second Ulstei district. Oct.. Josiah Patter- son was nominated by the Tenth Demo- u-alic congressinmil convention on the ballot. The convention had been in .session about a month. BOSTON, Oct. James F. Antliew WHS nominated, for congress by acclama- tion by the Democrats. llefLiHeri Talk of the TSarrimriin Allah-. SAN FliAMisco, Oct. Pacific Mail steamship Acapnlco airived here yesterday from China, bringing the ship- wrecked crew of the American bark Caribciin and the ship France Thorpe, which went ashore at Saliua Cruz Aug. 11. Capt. Pitts of tlie Acapnlco refused to speak of the Barrundia affair, further than to say that the published reports were in the m.iiu correct, and that he had prepared a report of tlie aff.iir which would be forwarded to the main office at New York.____ Detained Under Ilie Contract Labor PHILADELPHIA, Oct. l. Rev. Dr. u. A. Kenuenberg and Rev. Dr. J. Loetit- gerath, Catholic priests from Europe, who arrived at this port on the steamer Bel- geuland yesterday, are detained nu'ler the contract labor law. The priests acknow- ledge that they were hired to come to this country as teachers in the Catholic col- lege at St. Paul, Minn founded by Bishop Ireland. The mutter has been re- ferred to the customs authorities and the two prie'sts will be detained on bo.ird the Belgenland pending (in investigation. Shenamloah Valley Rnllrontl Sold. ROANOKE, Va., Oct. 1 Phenamlonli Valley railroad was sold yesterday, Louis chairman of the committee of the first nnrtg.ige 1 ond- holders, hid was accepted. As the Norfolk and Western railroad peo- ple hold a majority of tlie bonds, the road uow passes into their hands. Part of H Town Ituriiml. NASIIVILI.K, Tenn., Oct. early yesterday morning destroyed the entire business portion o[ Oneoutu, the county seat of Blount county. Loss, about fciO.OOO; partially insured. Serious Trouble from tlie Unemployed Peas ants nUiinned by the London Propone to Strik" Fiend Sociiillstx Ore thuKxplralunnoftlin Aiitl-Scx hill.t Law Oct. not, the onl counti> Hi real wilh serio is want, h Italy tht- govjernmcnt luis been inforniec byhi-veial piefect, rhiit there is serious ol tioiible in tln-ii from I he number of unemployed work men, who live in i lie inmost misery. In somi' oi (In iirmiinial touns the me h. c uipe rttuhicsome nnrl Imvb dom son.' m! i ni.f. ilircalen to nld be introduced. It would show the foreign nations the great value of corn as a food product, ______ Massacred Itf the Natives. LONDON, Oct. from New Guinea state that Mr. Healey, the owner of the cutter Isabel, belonging in Hatle- pool, and the crew of the vessel, which was engaged in fishing for pearls off New Guinea, have been massacred by tha natives. The cutter was looted and then scuttled._________________ Chief Arthur Iu California. SAN FP.ASCISCO, Oct. Arthur, of the Brotherhood- of Locomotive En- gineers, has arrived hereto settle, if pos- sible, the difficulties uetween the Southern Pacific Railroad Company and iti engineers. THE SNAITH CASK AGAIN. XEW TESTIMONY IN THE ASSEMBLY CEILING CONTRACT SUIT. I he I'rtmcms Contractor IV.nli-K Having Agi-ned to Share 1'rollt.s of IIIn Work Wllli Any One Mrs. Andrvn-fl TcfitlfioH H. Amlri'WH Contradict) till) Testimony of fiove In Kvory riu-Ui-nliir. ALBANY, Oct. Snaith cnse cnrm- up before the court of claims yesterday. Mr. Snaith testified Unit he did not join with any other builder in a first bid for the work but only put In one personal bid. The papier mac-he clnuse was in the Hpeciticiillniis which wit nuss s-iw before ho put in his bid. 'Ilie --penllcat ioim had never been altered to his knowledge either before or after the bids had been opened. Ho had never Agreed lo ilnire the of his work with anyone, Mr. T. S. Sullivan testified he had never put in a separate bid nor joined any one ill bidding lor the work. lie had no knowledge of any alteration ol the speci- fications. Afior recess, Mrs. Charlus B. Andrews was caller! This was the first time Mrs Andrews lias ever testified in this case. She testified that previous to the time she v. as wanted by the assembly committee, she had in contemplation a trip to Boston to visit sumo friends. During the, investi- gation bv the Fish committee her brother, Mr. Uove, cume lo her house, about 10 a, m. one day and told her thiit she must go to Boston as soon as possible. She ar- rived at Goves' house about 10 a. m. and did not take oft" her things until Ii o'clock, she expected her husband every minute explain the necessity for her iinmn- illnio departure for Boston. Gove took the tin box containing the money to his; house, where it was stowed away in t liu wardrobe. She uaid the box was locked ami that no onu hud a key to it but heiself. She said the box contained iier will, her securities, a dceil and in gold There was also fifty shares of Albanv Electric Light company stock, 100 shares of Albany ga-s stock and insurance policies. There was no currency nor West Shore bonds in ihe box. She remained m Gove's house for nearly five weeks, and said her husband did not know of her whereabouts for two or tlnee weeks. She had asked Ifove to tell Mr. Andreus where she. wns and lhat she wauled to see him, but Gove had always replied that Mr. Andrews was busy and could not come )ver. She testified that when she and Mr. An- [Irewscamelo this city in 18Si shu had some pioperty. C B. Andrews was then culled and con radutei! Ihe testimony of his brother-in- law, fluve, in every purl iciilar. Ife had never sent Oove to lejl Airs. Andrews that Iier immediate departure for Boston was l necessity, nor hud he ever told Gove ;ha) -Mr.-. Andrews had a tin box at the iou-.e containing a large amount of money, lie said he did not know at the nhere Mrs. Andrews kept the box or what if, contained. The court idjonrnwl until a. in to- lay when Mr. Andrews will finish his imony. Useful, Attractive and Ornas mental Merchandise. THE MOTION DENIED. Suit Revived In Willed Vice PHihld.'iit Mortim in Involved. AMHVV, Ocl A reminiscence of the 'lection of United senator by the egi.slnluie in 188T came up in tlie .shape of motion In it suit in Ihe .special Ici-iii he- ore Justice Majlumi ye.sfenlay. Tlie ac- ion i.s entitled I.eU P. Morion] as execn- 01-, vs. Stephen T. Hopkins and another, ml WHS for Ilie recovery of alleged 0 have been for money advanced on a note given in the geneial election of the vein-preceding. .Mr. Morion is now the president of tlie I'niled States and vu-- ai Mmt time ,i candidate for the United States senatoiship from tin- stale it, isumieiMnmi the money was used to secure the nomiuMtion ami election of ,us- semblymen n, the counties of uinler Green and Delaware, who would be In favor ol the election ol Mr. Morton IIH United Slates senator. The defense setup was that it, was an accommoiliilinn note, used as a cover. The maker dii-d and suit was brought against his executor, and judgment was taken by reason of the at- torney neglecting (o attend to the case. The children of the make" now come, and by their attorney move, to have the judg- ment opened on the ground of the neglect if the attorney of tho executor. Justice Mayham denied the motion, without prej- udice, however, to renew on additional iffi davits. Prison Congi-nan Adjoin nx. Clls-r.'iNNA'l I, Oct. the al.ieiicri of eu. Hayes, who hah gone -'to New York, Gen. H. H. Brinkerlioir, president of the Ohio State Hoard of Charities, presided over the morning's session ol the National Prison congress. A very interest ing fea- ure of the proceedings was the reading of 1 paper entitled by Dr. Hamil- ton Way, physii ian of tlie New York slate reformatory. The congress has concluded its labors here, ami in the afternoon dele- gates were taken in carriages to .see the Jty and .suburbs. The ncxl, meeting of ;he association will be held in Pittsburg, Oct. 1, 1891. Nlraoiilons HHCHjie from Dentil. PJTTPMUISU, Oct. morning workmen were making in tlie tower of Ilie Clinton furiidce on Cnv on st ieet. __ Owing to the reversion of ir alarm re'ervoii- exploded. 'I he front furnace .shattered, wliil the engine room and machinery were completely wrecke i. Kvery window lor nearly a sqna e mound was Siinlteretl, and in veral duelling houses the plastering fell lYuiii e-'ilin'.cs owing to the concussion, i he ape ot tho workmen ill ihe lower irom injury or deatu ii remarkable. Lingo TI.-UI for Mrs. iftillci-N Murder. f'AMUI'N, N. .1 Ocl Pi- -we 11 tor J.-ii- idns yesterday morning st.Lted that the only evidence which tlie state inus far had as to the murder of -Mis. .Viller n us that ag.iinst 1 lie admit el that that wlucii he had was not very st-ong, bill he felt j'islilie 1 in still hcildi'ig the mini. 'Ihe report ciiciilatcd connecting Chalkhy Leconc-yS name with this crime, .Mr. .leu kins declared to be an outrage, and added that he nad u-it the sliulue-r that he had any connection with the c.ise. Tim Kivrr und Harbor Hill Approve WASHINGTON, Oct. president lias approved tlie river and harbor bill; the joint resolution authorizing the secretary of the navy to purchase nickel ore for use ill the manufacture of nickel steel armor; amending an act of congress relative to fire limit of site of pofctollice and federal building at Brooklyn, N. Y., und the bill providing for a statue to Lafayette. pit1 plnU-s, 5c.; fancy mugs, cups ami 25c.; silk finish fast black tlewou hose, only hand rors, fancy bone handle tooth brushes, 9e.; novelty ping bags, 15c.; students' useful book, 4Hc.; misses' and larf dies'fancy flannel and velvet (i-r'c. and fancy bird's feathers, wuigs, tfec.; latest .styles French and Buck- men hat frames, Oc.; rich perfumery and complexion powders, hair nets, pure wash working floss, stamped tray cloths and towels, ladies' new nightgowns, fancy veiling, market baskets, tfcc. SPECIAL ANNOUNCED EM! STOUDAItT A CO., rillonl Atlorncyn, BIS 7tli St, WiiBhinKton, l> U.S. I'uKMit (If- llce. PiilcutB, C'nveiils anil lio-laauea aocsmeil. I'rnrlo MucksicKialurttt. All t'lilciit, hiiuiuoaii iondiicteil lor inoiloriitc I'eon. InfiirnmUmi, Advice mill special rcJurcncuh sent on rcijuuBt. in 10 A f'ei-htnis jnelcrriMl who ciui lurm.li ;t ln.rc andgiMi llii'ir whole tune lo tin' hti-ini'- Ilini-c nifiinfiiln limy be' einiilovi' iilsn. A few vni'iiticiomn towns and i-iln'-.'lS F. .Johnson Co., ITOI .Muni-M Kirhinon.l, Va CHAMBERS FTIAS KR TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. BTg. BUFFALO, N. Y. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain andlight-coloivd tops, Viand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of N KT- TLETON'S Fine if want a nice-fttting and 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 shoo 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 The Official Reports of the United States Government, 1889, Canadian Government; 1889, New Jersey OommiBsion, 1889, Ohio Food Commission, 1887, prove that Cleveland's is THE STRONGEST of all the cream of tartai baking powders. or alum powders, whatever tbeli itxengtb, should be avoided M injoriou. i -GJOODS (It'JC AN IIOUU mnilc by .Vifi-nl flPO'J.UU wlliiiK "Our bantu lli'il.h." S2 Inyu'lrvalnicnt for I'.vcry iriiiu- iiHccd. For further iiiirliciilim nililivnb, Ucncrul blaiu KAMSOII.I.I. ,v 1 HONH Agonls, liiti-.nliiKfi, N. Jlinbi'u tin- inibliu in KoniMiil, nnil p.. lions in pin in iliir. Unit he luih jmrclifihUtl HH- fni- lUM-lv (ii'i'iipicd by H. II. Mi, Hi II, .V, riiuil MvL-i'l, and luih IHU-il n up iu Hi M-rhinx inter, uml with I he hc'lp of Mr. A. Mun- l> pli'iulrcil to (In HiHl-c-lii" hitrlici tux-. Tlifinhiiift for pntnimiKf, mlicil a sliilre ol Iliu fiilmu. 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