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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK M. Y., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1890. REPRESENTATIVE MURDER WILL OUT. i USINESS HOUSES I THE SUPPCWM PERPETRATOR OF A j HORRIBLE CRIME ARRESTED. ATTEMPTED MURDER IN BOSTON, j SERVICE REFORM. OF DUNKIRK. BCTJSG XACBDDTB tar rilling all kinds of is the latest feUlitioD to oe Mechanifad Department of i Dunkirk Printing Company, i BB. enrroKD, as and ass Central Are. Artutic Photographer Instantaneous Phoeograpna of a specialty Siners not wa.t (or sunshine except for BOOK JAMES [RVI.HG. Pro- prietor, So. 16 E. Second street, near Bitf- talo nreet, Dunkirk, JJ. T. Magazines, Mn- tfc, Faznpnleta, etc.. bound in all styled. Orders promptly attended to. All wor L. C. of Ca for tfc. Body Wu (loTiri River Charge. m. J.. It of Mn. Mxttmu, I Found In the Ksrch. Horribly Prisoner BBKCHEK-9 CKOCKK8Y HOUSE. JOB Central Arenne. Jo holesale and retail dealer in Imported am c China, Glassware, 3v. HOT El, Kates. II per day. luvery Bonniing stable .n counnvutm Victor 335 and 337 Lion alreet- 1ITT BARBER SHOP V Chan. Prop.. tmler Lake Shore >'aucn.i  uii and IJUB accuuiinodaijnns lor Can] Jocn J. Murphy, Prop. CO- Cj and E. Taint atreeL Vine Furniture, Cabinet Ware anil Cp- oolstenng. Ficcure jTrames maiie to airier. IT1 U. CO.. 3ul Central A.ve., Lasdera oi Faaiuou anil Gentlemen I.E.4VESWORTH, Kan., Oct. 3. the man tlireirtly chargeii with mur- der of Mrs. Mi-ttman Here March is uuilt-r .irreVi.. Thin man A. C. iienson, thx lover of Mrs. Bautzkau, the daughter r-ti the mnrdered woman, who has been in jau .-dare rhe crime. Benson cap- tured at Camden, N. J.. where hi- -.vent the n.i me of "Attar Fulton." On March JO last Mrs. disap- pcurwi from her home in Lea-'ra worth. ha-1 on her person at time. i Kivedays a heaiiiess. armless and hrxly was found in the Missouri i river, just above the city. There was no j :.n identity nalil the of a j human head in a sack was m.nle in the riv-r where the trunk -ra.-- found. The i j hea.i vrux that of Mettman. j and Arrntetl. I hiiMiiauci at. wn> relrabeni. could be proven him. Then her married dangh- i t.er. hautzban. who lived with her piireuti', wiu, ptlc ;n juji. Wlia found rhiit .she wa-s intimate with ft marrit-d man n.-imwi A. Benson. aear, i the money the moiiit-r tarried hi-r. tie of her :j.-ni b.-f-n the subject of cunvun-witioQ fn-i w.-t'n hem. Benson d.sippeared afttr FLamz- nan arri-st, t hough he wa> heurd of east anil west the police could not lay :heir haniin on him. j bj a Nut. Ions aiio a Mrs. Barrell of No. i Bluff nuiiiwl a packase to -A; tar Felnm." at, Cumden, X. J. it l.-icked HuSc.cnt r.ostaire and i.he postal authori- it. to get the address of the j Several clipping." from a (itrinan j papi-r were f'jund reiatingto Benson'acon- ni-rtiuii with the miirii-r. and rhe police were In thi- meantime tlie pack- I iiae wa.- and wht-i; -Felton'' or Ben- 1 f ..r it he .'trrei-T-ed. In tin- a rinz with the i initial -ii. R.- engraved i.n T.HB in-ide. ami admitml that, the riui: was not uaril a great deal ,n. Mettman Butchered. i Tin- ii.-e say and Kaurz- ban ..ii-nired n, kill Mrs. ami 1 in a ;ii An Italian GajLxoll Shoou James Toner With Probably FariU Effect. BoerriN, Oct. Toner, aged 41 years, of Xo. 7 Caarlestown strfret, was yesterday afternoon shot and probably fatally woTinried in. Haymarkft squars by an Italian named John Gazzolo of y0. !T7 Blackatoue street. Tonrr who was form- erly a member of the Suffolk bar wa.-- con- victed some years ago of blackmail upon Mr. of the North End and served a. portion of the five years' in state prison, being at tbe time from the bar. Toner was executor of the estate Charles Gazzolo. a. brotherof John, and '.ween the latter and Toner then- ha? 'e! been bad blood for some time the laiters alleged mismanaaemf-nt of the ar estate, Uazzolo haw threiir-eiK-d to have pn Toner's life and yesr-rday auerr.pt wi to j i carry hi> Threat int.o execution.- i j About o'clock in tbe afternoon i -11 Toner was standing the drug -rore I j oc the corner of rharlwrown and" Cross i streets, engazed in riiiiyer-a-ji.-u wiih a i friend when j iEtf. He spoke to TOUT. him aside DISCIPLES LOVE OF THE CREED HOLD A FEAST IN BOSTON. .f. Kmiupurte  triuus, il-'red his remova itij; Vi-ar. r by K. ,-liep- -T p ;rte f tlits ilaryiand ieasrue. read a paper B Civil Service Reform IT taken t.akPD in ei- pro- hi.spit.il. tr'KU ;he centre of bai: and bluod result, i.- Ijokeii for. The the TO the oeen ext.-acteii. ig sets in m: fatal ave- on A- iu. -hat a IIARKLI. STEAM annfacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus Saoitary Plumbing a. Specialty. If UJU SXKAJJ They believe he t.hl-U iiy. and carry ;nii the ty the river threw Our specialties: Fine Sbirtt, lOc; Collars Je; Coffa, 4c, and Lace Ciirtaiim. Free Deliv- ery. A NT. Cummings. rJUT Ceniar street. SI K. OK11.H. E. Thinl at., cor. of Buffalo iilac-urer and Ueaisr in Fine Boiita 4 Shoes HENKY WTEILEB'S S1TW STOKE. 103 E Thirii at. Boots, stationery, Muaicul In- ami Weekly Fapers everythipg to a arat citsa book score. Scnooi a OB of every descripc.m ami lowest Imns ntea by Uuakirk Pnnuag d and 10 E. aecond 5t- JB. TA> BCKES SON, Fire. Lite. Accident snd General Lnauraaoa. Dcai- OTB in Real and paid to the CATC of prrtperty collect- log recta AC. 219 Center at.. 2nd Hour. lie lei-'iVi-it her. the trunk. and limb- j them in. j Arri-st of the Supposed MarUerer. y j j Picji, ns ri here from j ICnii.. lay to Attar .'liin- A. Benson, who is wanted there ;ur numler. Felden was arrested here Tuesday uight. The offirials knew the man ar once, ami a partial confession of in.-riiumating facts has been obtjiined frotn him. Tiie police were notified on Monday r.hat the nian wanreil. and he was in the '.viiile asking for a letter. I: '-va.s founii thiit. he recently moved to X" H.iinjlt 'U ntn-i't. Philadelphia, but bere ft.r mail. L'p to the arrival -f Picken.-. Feiden .ier.iflhisiden- WeiinrMlay nigiit ailmit.ted it. The Mrai-iais will not him to be in- but in their presence he ac- thar he cmrted .Mary .ind nt, rhe house rhe night, before rhe ANOTHER VICTIM 0- MALPRACTICE. Pfft.tT Perkins the of Her PiTT-r.rp.G, Oct. Eljnchi-Per- kins. oid. lies dead at home of her mother, nue. the victim of mu ?cie retiirnwl home Sept. 1 feeiinz newel: Dr. H. A. Look covering TIH- of questioneii her stances, when -lie ac'h h.-ul been find ation had i.een perforrued notirie'i who went tu the house ar .m unable ro iret a sTat.em-rjt from rhe irirl. iis was delirious, aud she died iuakina one. Dr. Look testified feiore the coroner that Perkins told that h of her trouhle was a n: iu wcli Pur-in-Bay. wtio, she -aid. h id her to rv.n his bii.-jjie--.. cutwi aduct..r of P ..--iri-hav ila.] I withhold for the The triiTs alleged a 'iirm until rh learned of hi.- -.vi-h .Mi.-s Perkii and the uf FOREJGN AFFAIRS. AB tat Bmr- On di- I'- he the circnni- ired thar riuiirm] 'n her. The McAleese, e, bn; he was the fnnction of civil ser- :i provide for all other re- i-the nece-sary plant, for their :o iret. solutions to such currency antl peii- offers from such men as ie hulk of either house of con- widely with tbe labor i i.rs :.tr through such men as j make 'it- oTir and city councils i :s ;L- to from -A-iil Ije created if those wiih these questions i JT.V bur rhe highest standard of honor. Ihe standard of tne politician has been i dcn'aed by one of their own number, a j ienarur. who has declared tha purification i of pi-liti.'s to be axs irridescent dream and rhar the rule has no piace in a po- liTJL-a: vTiiij The same doctrine ia of n v-ry trustee, diahonesttrader, i b.aUni.U -windier thief. j "'I'.e of politics, as nnder- stood by >poiismen. is an essentially im- mf..-ni prufesoicn iike rhat of a gambler or lii.ic. A politician rnayas far :L- hi- self-respect or public utility i--. be owned by a rich man. a rich o.-ii rhe Farmers' alliance, the .jf or rhe Grand Arniy of He is a hale of the same trx-ils Ije ui- trademark. To rid of these dangerous and noi- ions of statesmen and make rooa; rue irentiim; article which we prnduceil in iOti years airo. we iiav.- unly 'o do away with the iuci- ..f pubiic life whici: have .-irisen and ;t :.o nr. '-urfcer for honorable men. bet: we [jar.- iione this, when we j..nu-tii-HLJy applied the principles of service reform our federal. :u'.': government.-, we may other reforms so much de- A Love. Tirtim of Urn eqiiitett Vs., iani.- LOinniitifeii by a ii-avv annm in front of tlje of iiulv with whom he was in to this act be wrote a letter. -Vatir-.L- M- sllidde hy bi> !inn-v7i---.i love for Mrs. AD Laurie Wi-iiami- was a married man. but his wife bad recently left him. The lovt- a 'v than He iiai! iirevi-.u- two to (iesrrov hiiyist-lf. ni" i-r. 300 Ceatral Avenae !or Paper Paine Oils, PKRKdS, J. W, i09 Center street, Manaiaccnrer and tiaaler ia Harness, SoiliUes. Buffalo R-iijes. Covert Mittens an-1 Sleigh aoba. PSCHOt-TES, 17 Kut Third street, Vuhionable Tailor. GenUetaen will it to gneli- to ou me before pnrchasuig alaevbere. PB. CABT CO., SB UonstreeL General Hardware, WTute Lead.OiLi.Pajnler's SuppUea, OU Clolba, Gnuite Ware. A special- ty oi ShenrinWllluunfl the l..-.i; -.r ni.i the rii-inlrver. ami c.; He iit the Murderer. the daughter gave him ihat he ia willina t.o knows who iey. but denies He -ay  XcKAT. _IV Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale. Feed and Livery Stable. bv the day or week on reasonable C A3t J. GITFOKD, 301 Central Ave. (Up i5 stairs) Zndnrzmce and Agent. Fire, Li2fc, and Live Insurance. Promp' aoenaon to bnying uni aelknj Seal as of Under Presiilent B.iLTliKjl-.E. Oct. 3. Philip Francis Thumiia died here yesterday. He WES one of rhe beat, known and highly respected citizens in the state. Ia he waa elected to she cwentv- sizth congress; latter on he was giovernor of Mary. and: secretary of the treasury for a short periutl under President Buchanan. and ai tiifferent times membtr of the house of delegates. He was elected States swmtor in 1S06 but was refused ad- missioo because of alleged disloyalty to the Union during the war. 'j! C. JONES, A E- Third cor. Meat Market Freah, Salt and Smoked Jteasa, LarU, Oysters aud Poultry. W ATCHES, W Buy the Anrora ttailroad Watch. Ra.nainns a Frank t. Stapl. as K. Third n. m. XUCKER, Mercaant Tailor, 116 Central ATenue TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There ia no better place to get the nnest and rarest roses, shrubs, fruit and ornamental trees. Dutch bulbs, flowers for your conservatory, etc.. than at TH. F. VASDERMETJLSS'S, Eagle street, near Seventh. REWARD! WE will pay tne above reward for any case oi Complaint, Dyspejaia, Sick Headacne Indigertlua, Constipaaan ar Coauveness we smaaot core with West's Vegetable liver Pilla, wnen tee direetio JS are smcdy compiled v itfa. Tney an purely never fail to Kivesaaataetioii- Sugar Cowed. Larjt boxes, containing 30 Pills. 25 cents. Beware of eouo- .ezleia, and imiatiana. Hie genuine mana- Sold Hosaofa Pbamuey, Dunkirk, it. T. To Manufactnre Tinned Plates. PrTTSBCm-. Oct. 3. Is is stated on good anthoriry that eastern capitalists have or- ganized a company with JT.OOO.ftX) capital for the purpose of comlac'.lng; the of manufacturing tinned plates. The or the company will be at Baltimore. It will ran its own tin mines and try ro control the tin-plate trade. Buildings trill be erected at, once. An- other company, composed principally of will in a few weeks begin the erection of a tinned-plate plant at Onqnesne. a tern miies east of Pittsburg. Ttro Men Butcher Kach Other. NEW ALBANY, Ind.. Oct. 3. Daring a quarrel yesterday morning between Will- i-im Carroll, IS years, and Lewis Griiigs. 21. the lattsr drew a knife and stabrid Carrol] twice, leaving the knife sticking in Carroll's body. In a mo- ment Carroll rose, ran across the street after Grisgs anil, drawing the knife from the wonnd. it Griggs' abdo- men and immediately afterwards fell dead. Griggs also in a few minutes. from New York. Oc1- Arrived. Trave SOCTHAMPTOK, Oct. Xormannia from New York. LONDON. Oct. Arrired out, Brittannic from New York. QUEKX8TOWS, Oct. Arrived, City of Ber- lin from New York. YORK. Oct. State of Ne- braska from Glasguw. SKW YOBK, Oct. Arrived. Waesland from Antwerp, Bohemia from Hamburg. .wYoin-LAIMP r vov; GET SORT THE R1CHT ONES PEARL MlTPr-iCC, PITTSBURGH Pi AND ARE Ctirrnpt Polirk-s in CoLOinrs. O., Oct. is no d-mbt hat an extra of the leiri-larure be called Isy Campbell co 'iie ..nan! of i m- >rovemel3to. A speuiai Is 1-einir it is said, thar will a full and -errible arniiiinment o; the political vices and corruptions in office: which abound in hat city. Governor Campbrll left Coium- jus yesterday for Canton, ,'where --t-ened the Democratic campaign a keynote speech laot niijht. Appointed hy tho Presuient. Oct. presi-ieur appointptl .vla.f- :o be ctilitcror nt f'lstnms for districr of i'oLirrh p T. La-.vr'ni'-e-jorin- tr: K. C. Shuntr, Al- any county: L. .M. Bhmdinii, ilawley- owii. Broume count v. Fatal Oimrrel Oror Polities. CnU'MBlA. .S. Oct. a {narrel ar r-t. Ma'iiif-vs. aiuntv. Wednesday. M. L. Herting faT-al'y stabbed L'apt. F. The trouble trrew out. of ooiitica! U into an altercation and struck HIT- who used his kiii.f with fatal effect, j is foreman of the jury and I is repurt-ed t-o Ixe ii man. i BUhop MrNeirney Entertidns Dr. Rooker ALBANY. Ocr, Rev. Bishop Mc- Xeirney a dinner and at the episcopal resioer.ee yesterd iy afrer- to Dr. Rooker. vice rectorof the American eoilesre at Italy, who is here on a brief visit t-o bis former home. All the priests of the Albany diocese and many Catholic were present. Amnnz The latter were Myron. H. and John H. FarreiL i.. W Swifr r-aii a on "All Other Sh..nld be to Cinl S-.v-f: n-Hl much same arsfu- s a> Mr. At the conclu iirtn ..f -h" r-vn.iini of Mr. ffwifr.'s Irtter a on a proposition ro rile pnper.c. -omt- -x-ei to H poriion ot their coacents. ina r.; Lr--nr.ir on rf-eord ap- :i.s iieinjf saiiutinned by :he asso- linally adopted: That Tw direuten in pa furs for publication here- t-i a note or statement to them to rue that the leaeue :s not for the vie-.v, therein expressed. rf-ol'ition waa paused adding t.o tne coramirtee ind tir.vard_t.'arey. Charles Collins and William D. rouike ami Richard Dana of were The old exec- '.invp re-electetl. Th.' irairv- bol.is that rhe important; lutv iskina census should have been r officers of :Lt-ir :itp.i-s- ami with no regard to polit- 1 r-r eonsidenition, it seea i in the dif.sati.-facTion throughout i :.he -ountry with tbe results of the census i L-oiir-eiiutUL-e oi this disregani of principles. i While balding that; the power of re- ;mnral should be invested in appointing DlB'rers .sTibjecr. onlv a sound discretion, 'he Vac-ie. .'ilso holds that no opportunity I for chanz'-? in the public sei-rice. which is ill'-; f. -r r'-aj-nns partisan, should mi It therefore urges all of reform to press upon nuhiic attentittii and on the repeal of fixed terms of office. Places which are not. political, and which. t binix-l: throagh the bodyat his home To Test Guns. cruiser Vesuvius has arrived here from New York. She will have her pneumatic i dynaiuite guus tested hero. I ia that city yesterday. It is not known wlir'lierthe suooting was accidental orin- An Armenian Advocate COXST.IXTIXOPLE. Oct. Armenian advocate lias been aaaeasinaieii here by order of the Armenian revolutionists, who auspect'-d him of beiraying their cause to the sultau. Many arrests have been made as a result of the exposure of the con- spiracy. William I'leaned With His Recuptton. BERLIN, Oct. 'William has telegraphed the empress and Chancellor Caprivi that, he is highly gratified at his warm reception in Vienna. Chancellor von Caprivi lias stanwl on a visit to the South German courts. A NEGRO RAV1SHER ARRESTED. ia Convisyed to Jail to Escape LynchfBf. DeL, Oct. 3. Jacob Starker, colored, weighing 180 pounds, who on Sunday evenine last assaulted Gracie Clark, the 10-year-old daughter of farmer Thomas Taster Clark, while she waa playing in her father's baru. near Newcastle, was captured yesterday and had to be itaken secretly to the jail owing to threat.? made against him. At a hearing yesterday afternoon the prisoner was committed to jui i without bail. The negro had compelled the child to keep quiet about the affair under a threat of drowning her, but her sufferings through injury became unbearable and she told averything. Did Not Turn the OM. BOSTON, Oct. men registering at the Hampton house in Haymarket square Wednesday night. William Bucklet and John Oates. were found in their room yes- terday morning, oae dead and the other unconscious, owing to their failure to turn off the gas. Oates was removed to the hospital where he still lies in a critical condition. Tt has been learaed that he came from Blarsaree, C. B., but Bucklet's home is unknown. The men did not appear to be in liquor and had evidently come to the city in search of work. TRIAL OF JOHN far Fr'ttMr'i CmM Jkdjoursod Oacm TBOY, N. Y.. Oct. At tha examina- tion of John Kierrmn yesterday morning, Justice Grogan of West Troy, on a charge of placing obtw ructions ou the Cen- tral-Hudson nuiroad near Kamers. Aug. 29, Harrington, assistant superintendent of Mohawk division, testified that ths knowledge he had of the wreck at the time he made the amdavitu on which tho warrants were issued came from the con- fession of Thomai L. Cain, and informa- tion furnished by Detectives Humphrey and Pinkerton. Counsel for the defense moved to eom- mit Harrington for perjury, ou the srrormd that he had sworn in the complaint that the defendant and Cain committed the crima. The court said it would taks the motion into consideration. Cain was called to the stand, but he re- fused, under advice of counsel, to answer the questions put by the for tho prosecution, and which were bused on the confession. The people offered to pruve the confes- sion by the subscribing witnesses, but tho evidence waa ruled our. A motion was made to discharge Kier- nan, but the court adjourned the case till Saturday, Oct. 11, when he will announce hia decision an both motions. AN EDICT FROM MR. WEBB. Emplaj.. Mu.t Quit of tha Companv. N'EW yoRK, Oct. The following circu- lar has been received from the office of ilia New York Central and Hudson River rail- road: N. Y. C. H. R. S. R.. Office of the Third Vice GaAxu CKSTOAI. DKI-OT. Yoax. 1. iSBO. i To Messrs. J. M. Toucey. Greneml Theodure (roneral Snperintend- Waller Chief Enipaeor; WUliajn Buchamui. iuparintenduat of Motive Power and Rolling Stock: The recent the of lawlessness committed in connection therewith: tke pub- lished correspondence between the the organization ihat oriierwi it., and that the i fact that many man now ,-eekinu re-emul'uy-' ment state that, they nuit wnrk for fear of a personal violence, and did not, ilare to resume work for tile same reason, the uianatfe- ment of this company to that :t ob- jects to ita empfcyes memben at :he or- Ifanization known as the "Knights of Labor." The management is -iKtisllei: !ku! rrnrmlwrship in this particular orifitnixation is isconsistent with the faithful and efficient- service to the company, and is likely at, afiy time tu prevent it from properly dischaorine it.s to ihc public. You will at once su.-h action flril! bring this circular to the au.eTU ion of die empluyes in vour respective depart meats. H. WALTEK WEBB. Third Vice President. FRIENDS OF IRELAND. SPECIAL. Useful, Attractive and Orna- mental Merchandise Perforated platen, 5c.; fancy rauars. cups and C.; silk finish fast black fleeced hose, only hand mir- rors, 5c.; fancy bone handle tooth brushes, 9c.; novelty shop-, ping bags, 15c.; students'useful book, 48o.; misses' and la- dies' fancy flannel and velvet caps, fj5c. and fancy live bird's feathers, wings, latest styles French and Back- men hat frames, 9c.; rich perfumery and complexion face powders, hair nets, pure working fiosss, stamped covers, tray cloths and towels, ladies' new nightgowns, fancy face veiling, market baskets, TO DO AST CO., Pateni 615 TTJi _' St., W aahinpnn, U. C., upo. C. S. Pautnt .lf- fice. Patents, cavenca ajul wscnrcit. Marks registered. All Pufat business ewn.Suc'etl for moilerate Fees. Artviee ami special referenciin aent on rcij uest. 'tA .Vv HOCE niaiie by Amtiit _ JV "Our 'rruamieni ii.'KK Mverj1 tfiptl. Fur further _, _ 1JT5V OA. Bui-bee u> .ininvtme to :n jii-TU'rsi. jiutl iu ptinir- ular, llial he Un: tnr- nn-rly uccapie.! hy B. H. Mnllcti, ,V, ta.-; Third an-i h.'le litu.-ii n. ;a or'Ier, ami wn.h me lieip of Mr. A- Muii- U) ilo AJTEBICAX BLOCK. Main Street, alo, N. Y. Moiuter Meeting tn .Salioburr IXDlAXAFtjus. Oct. Tom.lin.son hall, which seute people, was packed Wednesilay night by fru-mis of the Irish oaiiBc. who had aMHembied t.o expreiw their sentimentji regarding the arrest of Dilluu and O'Brien and the conduct of their trial at Tlpperary. Mayor Sullivan ami made a stirring appeal in behalf of Ireland. Rev. J. S. Jeacktts of St. Paul. Minn., ,-ind Hon. William H. EngiLsa. Judge N. B. Taylor and other prominent speakers addressed the meeting. Resolutions were adopted denouncing Balfour and Salisbury, and pledging the meetfnjf by ail honorable means, to stis- tain the Irish people in their great moral utrnggle until it culminates iu the aloriouj' achievement, of home rule for Ireland. A GOLD MEDAL FOR HEWITT. past nf ;.he lutiire. A. HURBEE. S.ALESMIO to sell our va- rariuea nl choice Nnrsery sujck. Kail iusl OTjeneil; liest, oenns, oteaily work, pay weekly. We guaran- what wt adverUMi. Adilress liouse Eaos Uoclie-Hter, K. Y. 00 tn .WJ 10 A MONTH ,-an J..r prcferi-ed can funu-ii a iht-ir i.he r-Pfire may proliujiily i-mnioviM! ,u.-o. A low racannes in an'ri R. F. .l.ihn-ou ,t   the Irou and Steel conirress early veswr- oa.j morning Ariiiitieii onB Q{ well atumded as sir Kittson presideiL The paper reail by Mr. on ''Blast Furnaces" dia- cussed at length. Sir .Limes Kictwn presented Hon. Abram S. Hewitt, who was ia attendance, with the Bessemer gold medal for dis- tinguished service to the irun and atee trade. Mr. Hewitt made a reply. The Brick Boycott Declared Off. NEW YORK, Oct. The long strujr between the Brick Manufacturers' associa- tion aud the board of walking delegates of the building trades. began June 14. when the walking declared boycott cm all brick manufactured Avery McKay, rung Lynch. O'Brien Wanghey and Siias Traverse, memljers of the manufacturers' association at Ver planck's Point, ended Wednesday in complete victory for the manufacturers and a formal snrrendsr by the 01 walking delegates, whinhv.at meeting Wednesday officially declared Mie boycot at an end. _ SCynterions in Xew Tarfc. NEW YORK, Oct. The police are in- restucatring a mysterious shooting case occurred Wednesday and which they think grew out of the recent railroad strike. John !9 rears old, a brat em an on the Hudson river railroad, was going home through Fifty-ninth street, when he passed three unknown men. One of the men drew a ref olver and fired twice at Doyle. The second shot shattered his left arm. The men then fled and Doyle was taken to the hospital. Thoroughbred YORK. (Jet. number of thoroughbred yearlings, the entire pro- duce of the (-rrathiana, Ferncliffe and Thorndale dtuds, were sold at 3forriji park race track yesterday. The prices realized were good. Following are ?ome nf the sales: Chestnut colt, by Ul-Used, dam Augusta, to J. Hunter, bay colt by Ononrtaga. dam Marie. D. E. Reillv, bay colt, by tt. Blaise, A. Belmont, bay colt, by Onondaga, dum Jocose, C. Boyle, chestnut fllly, by RosBing- ton, dam Mollie neabrook, S. Bryant, A Injured bj Falling Bric TEOT, N. T., Oct. accidenr. thai will probably result fatally, Wednesday night in Cohoes. A house in which Mrs. Mary Jepwon her daugh- ter were sleeping fell, ami Mrs. was injured by bricks from the chimney. She is not expected to live. TTie building was undergoing repairs and bad beet propped up to a height, of twelve feet, that a foundation might be built. Till props gave way. Accidentally Skat Hunting. KCTGSTOS, N- Y., Oct DuBoia, aged 23, was accidentally shot by his brother-in-law. Charles Slate, while oat Canning near Gardinine. Hia WM Uterailr blown off. Hurled Into Eternity. MASKTSOKGE, Que.. Oct. wife o Dr. Dostaler, Mrs. Meroux, au< two young children were crossing the Pacific railroad track near Louisville in a carriage, when the vehicle wan demol Uhed by a train and the ladies were j instantly killed. The children escaped uahurr. G-rover A Tacbt, BOSTOS, Oct. Cleveland has purchased the schooner yacht Galena from A. P. Bicknell of tha Great Head Yacht club. The vessel ia a 40-footer centre board and elaborately equipped. will be hauled up a Marion, i far the winter. We quote some of our BEST prices on blankets prices that have surprised plea- sed the good people of .Buf- falo: At a pair, syuod wliite blankets. have cheaper ones. A.V, ?l.S5. whiii; 11-4 blankets i :io. soft woolly Wan- kets. value. Same ll-l white 11-4 blankets, whicli we have regularly sold at UO At white 11-4 California wool blankets of most excellent i qualitVi I Capita! scariet aJl wool 10-4 j blankets at j Grey blankets extra value at very heavy at S'.'.To. Colifor- aia wool at 4.23. i Genuine California white blaa- i from to j Comfonablos from T.JC. to We have the largest assort-i nent of Patent Leather Shoes j n plain and light-colored tops, j land and machine sewed. We carry a complete line IS ET- i TLETON'S Plush .aacrjues. l-langi: of prices from to fG.J. A leader at this we take to be a most popular price, and we olfer garments worth several dollars more. They are of excellent quality seal plush. The are genuine seal. The lining is good Length, t inches. Sizes in bust measure'from :J2 inches 4.0 inches. Mark you never bought such a sacque be- i'ore. you want a nice-fitting audi stylish shoe, try a pair this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, .n broad, medium or narrow ;oe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- :ered to any trade. Come and examine them :or yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street i nifiritntns-afl our of .10 cent I Vines. Art the and pUia fit hrics in ail the new colors, for samples. At 25c. 45o. we also oSei. good value. DID YOU EVER Lookonthe Label! of your favorite baking powder to see if ail the ingredients are published J Ammonia, a. substance injurious to health, is an adulterant of some high- priced baking powders advertised and J generally believed to be "absolutely pure." Cheap, priie, and gift powders i contain almn, ten a alba, ice., as well as ammnma. f Housekeepers wbo desire pore and wholesome food should refuse to buy ANY baking powder, no matter what i its reputation, unless all the ingredients are franldy made known. For many years all the ingredients i used in Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder have been published on every j label, and the analysis as stated is veri- fied by Official Reports, the highest j testimony in the land. i CUEVEUMIO UKIW POWDER CO., 81 83 FULTON STREET. NEW YORK. Fall styles ready La all de- partments. New Carpets, and Draperies. Meiim and AKKIUCAJT BLOCK, MALX STREET, BCFFALO. K. T. C.C.PENFOLD Mannfactnrerand Importer, 364 MATS ST., BCITALO, T. DKALEB 15 Diamonds, and Jewelry, Leatlier Goods, etc ZSGB.A GO A COMPLETE J-TSK OF 34J4 MALS STREET, BUFFALO, S. Y. PATENTS Caveats, and Trade Marks ob tamed, Mtt bnaineaB ronductecl for Mixlerate Our opposite C S. Patent itaveno ail basic ess i r. -in bar! pa; cut Uuatnew in lew nmc and at Less Coet than ihove remote from W Send mo'lel, drawinjr, or piioto, wltn act- cripiJon- We if patcniahle or not, ot chanre.Our fee not -Joe uU A "How to Obtain witarw- ereaces to anui.1! in your State, coamy; ar ton-a, sent tree. AtUlresH C. 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