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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 6, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX Y., MONDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1890. NO. B REPRESENTATIVE SENSATIONAL SFICIDE. USINESS HOUSES THE MILLER MURDER. CABLED FROM ABROAD. OF DUNKIRK. A SRIDE OF A FEW HOURS TRAGI- CALLY ENDS HER LIFE. ELEVATION TO CARDINALSHIP. RITUXi XACHIXB for ruling j all kinila ot ia vhe latest auttilion Ui He Meclinnirai Department 'it j Dunkirk Printing Company. I Btt. GtlrrORD. 2SS and 223 Central Are. j Anutic Photographer Instantaneont ol ipecalcy. SltMr- ti not' wa.t for sontnine except lor i to Admit Htuband to Boom and Shortly Aftwr Fonnd in Old 'and Bin Daughter Murdered for Threw Dollars. A Woman Her Crimea. HEDWODD. Cui.. Ocr. highly ionai occiim-i! here, yi-ii niuhr Sew Erldnneit Founii Which May 1 i the Crima on Franklin Gonrt. OBJECT TO ARCHBISHOP WALSH'S j PHILADELPHIA, Ont, Camden eonnty officials disclosed rji-w important j evidence ypsteniay toward fusK-ning the gnilt at rhe runirder of Mrs. John Miiier The Briii.h Ministry be Brim- npon Franklin Goud. Pruwtnror.Jenkins >ay, he has facts to break dmvn Lingo's to Bear Upon the Pope i alibi. He refused to reveal what ii was. Conferring nf a Canlinars but wiid that the facts him by a rpon rim Irinh rjticer The prosecutor, fo.mt- Appr.-h.-ii.ini in Harti. Physician Izard. Dr. Formad and Coroner i held a consultation niaht and "r rei'11 fixed the inquest fc-r Thursiiav rr.ornit j the t'auuiwn ironrt Dr. Forniad and County LfiN'M.N. Or. Advices from P.ome 'he British stry. throuijh IBVISS. Pro- pnelor, So. 18 E. Second utreeu near Bui- ilretrt, Dttuklrk, X. Y. Magazines, MC, L'aoiphlela, etc., bonnd :n ail styles. 9. >iKpUy nlleiuiau la. AJ1 work jraarannje-l. BtmCHER'9 CBOCKKBT HOUSE. 30B Central retail dealer in lirpuru.ii am; >ointulii- Chins. Glufarare, HOTEL, Kates, II per 'lay. .-unt Boarding .Stable in connection Victor Killer, 331 am! 337 Lion street, f UTY BAttBEK SHOP ChaB. Nagie. Prop.. Jailer Lake Shore National Bank, Jenler auj Third A ane atock ol foreign and Dr.mesuc Ligara. IOMKJ.CT SON. 3Sa center olreet. Practical Particular altenuou uuerfenng Shoeing 'it roan 1 trotting boraev a sitetualty. i vlIMKIKK EVENCNU OB.4KKVEK. Larsest Daily in the County. An nnequalled advertising I at ihe ui' Iter UroniT. At 4 o'clock yesterday morning -lit- ;md her hunband went to their new I She refused t-o allow him to i -mrer her arid be waa obliged DO 'r-irn to Mr. fironer's house. i A; ii'-iork he returned to his house i found his wife dejid in bed. [it the 'wl were a few grains of a crystal sub- -trtiii-i-. rhe niitnre of which hint not ret i :wen Shu left no word of ei- i Miss Iwn in i -six and w.-is er.unurd to Vt'erhliii only four weeks, li is -umiised that a fiinner lover in Portland, Ore., had proi-e-1 false to her. had w.mpBK.d notes th, ttti'' Ls the -if Linao'- dm Their T r" i analyse were esseneiaily the .tunie and j Count- Physician IzaH says timr I.inao'i is nor tlie oniv 'neb accuses f not only i- Mrs. but also of a.- j havinc (minmally hvr. All '.he f srrona and uiai the ir.-ind would -urcly r.he man. --.t-nvai 01" a hat .jf Ir-iand. The hilt ri- ri-h LT'i'-'-rTi-iuriit .ind h half it lit; ;i i; .iiiil ippivival on the part MURDERED FOR THREE DOLLARS. DIHTKIBX Fonr-ertv i ot Boile'-s, Pulley- liaiitrers, etc, Pauern-s. and Macdiau Work UJ SttlKT MS, and -V. Center atreel, Maaulaelurera -il tin omwell" anil "Uantirk" perlecl uturi- DresaSturtt. On in .til leading iiirio-iuiis- and dry in Two Tell a Horrible Story of Crime in IlllonU. BELLEVILLE. Ili.s.. Oct. i lack of proper food and iiicSiivtTiy the faiinrp of the potato I'iie n'iition of the inhafiitaiit-on and other i.siandfl. is invpsti- nut it now seems, tnat and '-v "Her 'f the but no Enifman unaidi-.l -u-li; up -hi- train While one covered the anainevr his revolver. ;he otiier Ex.ir'S? Age-it A very M -iirrrniii-r t.i M CO., .'Ml Central Are., Leaden of bullion and Gentlemen Ontntters rl iKKLJ. STELVH HKATTXU CO.. anntarturers it Steam Healing PUtinbiiikr :t Specia I OMK STEAM Our spec'.aiues: Fine .Shirts. t'uil !r; Caffd, 4i-. iii'l Ljice t'r-re try. A W. 'Jumminey, JJ7 street. li is. fc. Thint dt.. Buffaio iLuiut.f..urer anil -leaitir :a ilo-tLs Jt Shi E.NKY WEIJLEB'S STUHK, Hr: K rinr-lat- -Stationer.-, In- faper? everyUlii'g tmr'-iiaiui? tu a UrsL :MJIH. i n-t. I'tr-at excitemenr lie in rhe i: 'iisc-uv- ijri-n Ijy ht-r i--i'i UDII y.jurtiz ami .jf ao-. .'.fi-s. '.V.-.-2 illltt- -he LEAVRS--.V. .IJTH. .Kan.. Oct. -i. John Mel-inau. rhe iiusiiand of Mrs. Teresil Mettmaii. who WJIH so foully butchered ht-r- last March, was on sus- picion I-'riday Hi: sent for his at- ,inii tunit-'.! ite's against A. Hensi.-n. recetirl" arrested ar den. X. and Mr-. RaUTxahn. his .iauiih- -vh'i ;s in jaa ht.-rt-. Ail tnree are im- 11 avinj: ratea iiy ikirk t'rinuni; 1 .-inil 10 K. Sttt-'m't SL J8L VAX SON, Aur.meut and Genuntl laauracja. Ui-a.- ara in Heal Kdlate aud Lunud. paid tu toe cnre ol property ctiilecl- .ng rente Ao. Center dU, -ii'l JtKir. PHAKMACY, 300 Central Avenue ttc-jquaruu-s (or WiU Paper Punt Oils, io J. W.. f J09 Center street, Manufacturer and in Harness, Sail'L Jn-lles. Collars, Buffalu Sui Horse Covers Glcrrea Mittfcnauntl Sleigh itt't PSCHOLTKS, IT Kagt Third street, Tailor. Gentlemen T-.tl anil tneir advantage to call on me before parr.tijis A C'riiuiniil Arrested. XA.-HI'A. X. H.. Fonr weeks airo a criniinai frnm rapt- anil LT. at harliniH. Qi.ie.. He -.vas traceti ir> vhu by a rurn l the at an to Slnixlnr. Pa.. Ort. the -ii -u. Biiin. who murdered B. u.iu- Smariay arTt-rnoi-u. ha-s n a.s HII ic-. he havniLj an Ltjleis of tilt- -Tiaie. .V larL't- has ?n-ea -tarehiiiii 'hti i All 'ia. r'ur Anui-i -vhu it still a bainiit-, had i -.vater haui. as the uiint.iiiieti han ilifl wurth of jewelry anil v-Miciier-. u.i- -o 'ar N-n .-evei-il -Te'ii'liy .Tewi.vii merchants of i I'lessa he-.-u ..nii-re-i !jy the authori- rheir witiiiu four ami Xo charu'r' i; :hen; "Xf-ent that r ..'--.vs. The of Odessa is in naini.-, aa is. iudee-i. that A 'lispatch Australia, there is -itill in arri !i'-r has ar- years old. or it. 'houjh of non-union jumped river at rhe is The strikers ttle- ruut oi 'ph. Iji-itish workinirineii aot ro rescued Henry Hi'Sfman. Iu years ,'.n. oi :--r.nur-. :md :hat funds are .ViT East Fifty-liith from -urcias. water Hanson caught if u child from Xs-.v i.jrt. II. Hanson. -xhuust pi; e ami -vas "he arm ami F.uke's To Improve the I.nwer Mi-.sisslppi. XEW YORK. OT. river -.viiirh :iai bet-u in th'.H '.'ity 'lie :t- vork Su- _-.: 'a- "hi; Mrs. Pe.mh.t.m .1 Ilivnme. F..RT Tex., Our. Blackhull in rhe ?our- Sum Jimutt-1 _Mri. X.i" a 'i'iv f'.-oni -i-Mayor Hciiol-r ,n. ami hi-r rhe cu-t r.f Tae A'iiiii- L'iille.'i. rhe rtleijii-nie '-feaTiry. -.via 'ii aiiii marriage ceri-iiiuny '.vt.i '--e Street Car Men W.uit More Par, Gnir.uxv -i. An airi.-unie-i iai: of the --vest siiit- ami Driv- ers' hei'l late .-raiur'.ay ana a "f riv-' ;pp, -.vait "II Fa1--- !l- jr -mm-rj'.v. am: an m" pxy to the rate paid the si'.Le cents an hour. hi- ro the court of :ui-, the regret of his .t rni.-take made by rhe :Ti'-n 'v'j.i in skt-tehintr a i-ii-.ti-L-h -ii'.-.-kirr-i of that city, and -.vritj '.v-r-' to French spies -V n-'.rr.ber of catrie arrived ;r. "-i-'.ir-iay. -o he aiiueii ro rhe -v'-iicii 'sow cieftl-wl i "U'_ -S .is Dec. 'Jl. :i'- :ict--jT a -istt-r of kaiser, and ro he in love with A iiattenhurir, r'ormerly V'lier f Mr. not ije nresent at tho Nationalist leaiien- ar Dltb- -.lay. McCarThy preside outline .Mr. Par- i It i, understood that, reso- .-ulopted .ienou'lc'ii" r its "failure to the.-viU ot tlu-dericient -n and for its prose- 'iL i and others at I B. C.4JIY tt CO., i i .S3 Lion street. General Hanlvrare. Whi le I Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special- illiams I anil Monroerange. i EULlStJ. aa iilank-buofe. rs. anil i ill timls oi blanks dom; at j Duatirfe Prinung Company, i und 10 E. Second it. i LECTURED THE CHiEF OF POLICE. F. r> ITDOLPH------------------------_ tt Cor. Third anil Buffalo Su., Dealer in Marble, ano Bmidmg Stone. Call on me iiytale buymp I TOUT CO.. T and-9 Front street- I Wliisity, Wines, Brandies. j for Family L'ae. i OBEKT XcKAY. I Lion street, ne.tr Lhe -.lenwl. Boardinsr, Sale, Fc-cd ,-ind I-.very SLiiile j the tlay or week on reas-muiiie j J. aiFFOHD, jai Central Ava. iU', O General Insurance and Ttyal Estau Fire, Lile, Accident, zml Live Stock Prompp anenaon inT2n to bnyixu ri int.-iy ".nf'-'.nded. P-vsoh-.tions were adopt- "i action of -he conipaiiT :u barracks aevf enipiny.-.-. :n -ecarini: the of: tin- military. :ti of a strike. :r-itii .s rhat tne rneu are afraid that a-.-e for a pTir- tuan -is are appre- neusive lirst ail ttternpr is ati-Mit M be made t-' ail men t-. leave the company's -nipioy. and thus breaK up the of Will oiBi.rat-. in .in article on ihe Me- nope .-incl tns thai 'an- will, bv its to muniifacuires at- tract of the unemployed frfjm Enuiund to America, ;hns relief to the marki-" here. The have ti'.rri more let- wr- by "J.-ick rhe Ripper." and an- noiiuc'ini.' "lie intention of that blood- :o eummit ruur- iler--uu: The .Juiice iieMeve r> cenniue. P.R. fjct. oi aniversiiry rhe in evening ;i u.vili march hrouiih t iie v.ret-r.-. aad .lersuns are expi :-i in line. ,i stcrinu-. X. J.. Dairy '.ii' tut- .ittackett T-.VO .wrr'v" Li-eii" bv A.' Xoue or the 'n oi a or "ripper-! ___ i The -.o f.ir bt-rli ihf IliH in ?pain. '1 The :-ni ir.er ciis tin- McKiuii-y MriiT ami has .a-: i.-Hic-'i t-.> t..t- HV'i ni tlie new t 'aiiaii a is frnin tn.- i" liTvii to rt-p- wh'ch tue minister j is expected to make. iias ai.-.i iwen inere-ised. 1 kv -pera. "The Veoineit of pro'iur-eii for the iirv .u success. til -Tlie IT. Tidoiier-" met wiih a.tno-t failure ,it Vienna. Tariff LJLTT. The European expecta- ion of of ?he American farmers 'tinsi "he artificial Ciiase'i by Dined With YoHK. Oct. the the tririrt i> otif rhrit has never been real- Coiiiic tie Paris, "he Dut: rie Or'ieans. rise It has ii'-var-; 'h'-eateuetl. iitir D'ic (ie am: C -inn die iia of i.s iull- dined privately'.viiii ten. ?.t the J far The iiiea ff have a .aiian independence residence. Lne ami party left for Philadelphia at 10 o'clock morning.______________ j The Scotch Ir.-in Lnoknat. Tjie Two furnaces are now -.eltii t'ne-'I eepti'in ot a fe'-v no; aj.ike irtisi for private The lock oar; :n-ii and thevenicle out retlures the ma.-jii-r ai'.piily ton.- (la-hi-ti au-a P..-I i Tlie t-vn ernnerors rhe Einpenrs i-'-n-v'l- -To-eph '.easing Ii-ij- -it for Xea- ,y e their weekiy. _ Oat Mill and TVare Hoasw Burned. DES MOIXES, la- Oct. The B. S. Peath's oat iniH with a iars? ware iv.-t-, Sy Srv satunlay fib ..u 1- o'clock. The loss is 3t partly inanrtsi. Steamship Arrivals XETV YORK, Oct. Arrived. V-'VHK. Of-T. from Havre, the the road until carriage Saicifle Remains Crematwt. LONIKI-. Oc--. Ixxly ot Easton, srhn -nii-ide in St. Paul's cathedral last S'miSay. at Mr. F-'-der. secretary of the ieouiar rt-.ij a portion oi Bryant's Tlianat'.'-ps-ls in place of a funeral ser-rice. tiie American On. papers teem with an-rry iirTii-ii-s the lariif. They crat.iin more denunciation than criti- Deatb nf a Wealthy Yuung Balti: P-M.TIMORK. Oct. one tbe wealtjiieat and young society men iu this city. cism. The aove-'ament ia making country residence at to allay :he excrement. Ott. AN INTERESTING CASE. Salt lutltntwi to ILixjoTcr MOB. ASBCwr PABK. N. J., Oct. Samuel F. Hendrickaon of Monmortth county, uid William W. two of the wealthiest in tha county, have brought suit in the supreme court against Henry Krocael, importer of bristles In Xew York: Buchanan ft Co., extensive lumber dealers, and Samuel T. Ludlow of Hoboken, N. for the amount of promis- sory notes heid by them as indorsers, which are claimed to be forgeries. notes are the ones upon which Frank Pat- terson of this place was indicted seven years ago for having uttered. Forty-one indictments for forgery were found against Patterson. Cpon many of them he was convicted and sentenced to tan years' im- prisonment. The decimon in che case waa reversed by the supreme court and three trials ensued in each of which the jnry disagreed, whereupon all of the indictments were quashed and Patterson was released from jail and is now living here. Aa the state was unable to prove the cases against Patterson. Conover Hendrickson, who held these notes M Indorsees, together with about IIOU.OOO worth more of the alleged forged notes, will endeavor to col- lect them all. Many of the notes and checks are drawn upon some of the most prominent business men in New Jersey. At the time of Patterson's arrest he was manairer of the Grand Opera house here and had theatrical troupes on the road. Couover and Hendrickson were his backers and bad all the notes discounted. The cate in its present phase axcites wide- spread interest. A STRIKE IMMINENT. Firemen Demand the at Col- ored CHICAGO. Oct. special to The Tribune from Houston. Tejc.. says: The Houston and Texas Central railway has employed neirro switchmen in its yards for several years. About two weeks ago a demand oiade for their removal, the cfcs to filled by whites. Tha demand was refused and the firemen all struck. Grand .Master Wilkinson was sent for and has been in the oily about two days to adjust matters amicably, bur without avail. the officials iif the Cen- tral are firm ia tneir position, that if the colured men are good enough to sit ift tjie councils of Knights of Labor they should be good enough to with. Grand Master Wilkinson has wired to all members of the executive council of che railway federation, which recently met n Terra Haute, to come to Houston at jnce. and the impression is general that a strike ia imminent. The Southern Pacific nay also be involved, as both roads are in the Huntimjton svstem. Train Robbery Frustrated. LMA, O.. Oct. night when Xo. train, due from the east at 1 o'clock on vhe Chicago and Erie road, reached here, tlie conductor reported the frustration of aa attempt which was made between "entou and this city to rob the Weils, t- aruo iSr Co. express car. Soon, after eaviuif three men were discovered iu the front platform of the express car. The train was Cropped, but rhey got on jiain after it had started. The train was topped three times between Keuton and Foraker. east of this city, before the men couid gotten rid of. They answered the description of the men who rubbed the express car near Bellefontain Thursday oiir'ur. There was over J100.000 n currency for western hanks in tiie car. Telegraph Operators' Increased. KRiiE HACTH. Ind.. Oct. is learned on reliable authority that as a result of tlie conference iieiwWn President Mackey ind the men on his road, an assistant graph operator wlu at stations, which will make the work iiiihter and a general incnmae of from tlo to 415 a month was granted the operators, while tiie orSce. clerks will be aiven it sub- stamiai iacresise as well. No operator will he paid less than per month. The increase places the men on an erjualstand- if with the best paid men on any road. The Terre Haute wage question will be adjusted to-day. Ruts a Fortune. ST. P.U I_ Dct- Steve Zenun, a miser, livinyonihe Missouri river near Chum- berhiin. S. D.. discovered Saturday that lie had lost a fortune in a peculiar man- ner. It luiil his custom for several years past to secrete his surplus cash iu a cellar under his house instead of placing it in a bank- The piie had gradually ac- cumulated until the total reached over ai! in greenbacks in denominations from 51 to S500. On visiting his secret hoard he found that rats and mice had burrowed :n and chewed up the bills until thev were entirelv worthless. Barley Laden from Canada. OSWEUO. Oct. harbor i.s frill of barley laden vessels from Canada, alxmt cWfl.iUli beina afloat.. The total im- portation of uwrley at this, port- for the past thirry-rlve days hits been i.SOO.OOO bushels. Twenty-seven thousand dollars were TOllectexl at the custom house .Satur- day niuht. Every craft was pressed into service to get the grain hers in time. The last ones to leave Canada were to return to Canada with their cargoes if chey could not make Oswego by midnight last night. Convention of Workman. >sw YORK, second day's session of :he oationai convention of the Jewish workmen yesterday was well at- tended. '.isiegaU'3. representing 250 trades unions of the United States and Canada beiag present- Itesalntions were passed :m international union of the trade unions of the United States and Canada as were alini resolutiona con- demning the -fweatitig system which was declare-.i to be the Destmyetl by Prairie Fires. ELBOW LAKE. Minn.. Oct. greater pan- of i-awrr-uee township in this county, has been by prairie fires. Dozens of fanners lose all their crops. houses, farm h-.iildingsandmachineryand art in an impoverished condition. It is estimated i'uat the loss will aggregate or mOOO. The flrs started from cinders dumped on the roadway by an engine. Conductor Rilled on Lehigh Val1 WILKES-BAHEE. Pa., Oct. Heilly. a weii-known cununctor. aged 35 years, was ran over and killed by a pas- senger train on the Lrhigh Valley road yesterday morning. His body was founil an hour later, with one ami anil one leg cut off. MURDERED HIS WIFE. HISTORY OF A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT NIAGARA FALLS. Arthur H. C. Day Wsa and Hide Crime He Pii.h.-rl J9in First Wife tbe ClltT the Whirlpool Stury Wlunh Biu Few In the Annul, of Crime. Trial to Begin To-day. XUOAIU FALLS, Ont., Ocr. .Sun- day, Aujf. 10, two Rochester detwlivna viaitad Niagara Kalis. Oru in search of the body of Mrs. Arthur Day. whom they had reason Iwlu-ve hml Iwt-n shoved over Che cliff by her husband on .Sunday. July They were .iccfMupanie't by Charlea H. Quigley, a .si.stvr of Dm-, who was to direct thi-m Co the spot whew a terrible tragedy had Thu party in company .vith uilicer .Mc.Mickiiiu of the Ontario police proceeded alonz tin; bank an the Canada to a poiut about 100 yards above the whirlpool propvr, when Mrs, stopped, ami throwing tip her hamis, "Therti is the spotl Under that precipice lies the body of Arthur Day's Going back to the Whirlpool Rapid.i park elevator, tie officer descended and after a hard climb over the rooks Mow reached the spot indicated, where they found the remains of Mrs. Day. The body was lying face downward and bjully dii- pOMKl. The body was taken to the fcip of the bank and buried in Dmmmond Hill cemetery. next day an inquest wag held at which Mrs. Quitrlev stated that, in company with bur brother and bis wife, she came to the Fails on .Sunday. July 27, by the West Shore, via Buffalo, arriving at the Fails about 11 o'clock. At ;he Falls the party took the street car to the bridgtt, cro-ssed over into Canada and walked along the bank toward the. whirl- pool. Being tired, Mrs. Quiurley said -he sat down while her brother and hi.s wife went to the spot shown to tile She saw them standing there and looked up the river, and when sho turned her head attain her brother was standout; alone waving a black handkerchief. She went down am! 0.1 Ked him where bis rel :-id -.f her." Day rheu e his hister a ticket and -d. She-aid she saw him at Buffalo on their y home but did not speak to him. and Uso met him at Rochester thive days after, when he said: "That had he to do it over aiKiin he would not do it." About six years aeo Day married Desire Chattel-ton, only daughter of Daniel Chat- tertou of Saratoga S-irintrs. Shu had ix-.-n a reJtdent of Rochester ar.oiu eiiiatei-u ears, as a servai.t in private ianulii.-s. i'heir married life does not appear to have been very pleasant- On July 12 nf the year Day married Mary E. Breen at Canandaiiiua under the name of Arthur ?oyt. Soon after the marriage Hoyt learned that her husband's right name was Day and that he hud an- Jther wife living. She piacetl the marrer in the huuris of he police, who started out to find Mrs. Day Xo. i. She also infurinivl the police hat her husband had durinu the two veeks previous been irouhled with hidwui.- liiihtmarea. frequL-utiy jumping out of )ed ami "Tliere she --s. lown. down. down. I see her. my God. I With ibis fact the police visiteil he former home of Day to lind it empty, >ut learned that he had visite.il the Fails n company with hi.s wife and another ?oman. Day was found and adinitted to the Fails wish his wifeand sister. Hit said that while at the Frills he had n lispute with his wife, that she had [eft rim and he had not sevn her since. .Sat- urday niuht previous to the visit of the wlice to Falls. Mrs. Qniyiey arrested and taken to the station. I'pon >einii questioned she told the same is her brother, but linaiiy burst into tears md told the .story wh.irh led t.i the tind- body of Mrs. Day benaith Uu- On the day the nodina Ixxly Arthur Hoyt DHV wiw police if lie wouid go to the a body that had IMKH found and -.vhiuii was thomiht to lie the body of his wife. He readily asB'-uted. and when shown the clothing denied ever having seen it before. Being on Canadian soil Officer Thomas Young immediately arrested Day. wku was taken before Magistrate liill and ?iven a preliminary hearinir. The only witness examined WJLS who gave her story as alKive. except she said that when she got back to Rochester she told her mother of the murder, and she she was glad of it. After hearing the :videuce Magistrate Hill committed Day to Welland. to tried at the Falls assizes, which opens to-day. Arthur Hoyt. Chamberlain Day w-is 28 years old last. July. He earned his livinii HS a private hotel porter. He is not, a bail looking person, anil dresses very styiisfa. Several times he has been arrested on various charges, and only three weeks before the murder was arn-sted for non- nort of his family. Lie, hun brotiiL-ra "doins time." the eliier now in he Kingston penitentiary. to .Join the .Hhnt CHICACO. Oct. Within the past few lays there has been a qiiiet little meeting in session at the office of the attorneys of the American shot and lead companies in this city. It, is said that -ill of the trans- fers of the shot companies comprising the trust have been made. It is staled, how- ever. that the trust wilt have a hard road travel, as two of i he lanzest and most important manufacturers of the country. Raymond Lead company of Chicago unu Pathani Brothers nf New Yors. an; on the conoeru.-. have the !u'St and EOOKt modern marhfrjvry and make more one-ii.'df of rhe tii'al output of the --ouutry. The Ra} aioini Lead company of city is .-aid ro do dou'uie the buwi- of any otiier sho; tower in tue fouu- Arrival of Sliipwreclt4.il 2TOKFOI.K, Va.. Oct. of ;he t-rew of the steatr..ship Glenwratfa. whicb was several days ago by running on rhe wreck "f steamship off have ar- rived in Norfolk. The crew all tunic to the boats after ihe wreci. and ittacheii t'ne life saving station at Cape ixwkotu after bring at sea ek-vpn hours. The -teamship. which Ixrotni frtim Fla.. snux tjefore they left her. Xoiie o. the men saved any of their effects. e' for Mining Property. 1 ST. Loris. Oct. and lead- ing stockholder., of tue C.auiie mine held a meeting iu this city Friday night and tfave a nineiy-day option on the property to the American Investment company of London at a figure close to (iood old fashioned kind of tin ware in our house ing goods department We claim the credit for retail prices on house furnishing tinware jj to tht-ir present point. Tinware makers know us for 1 ing in big quantities and thev uive us the inside track oik, prices so we hand them owr our many patrons. It ia cheapest and convenient to buy tin ware of as. Honest good.-- at popular prices is a combination always to be fount! %vith us. You will be amazed at the low prices we are mg tin ware where Duality is compared with other. "Poptltl ar" and original low priced household goods establishment. L se the new perforated pie pans 5c. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. TODD.1RT CO.. AunTnovg TUi IJL, Wwhiuifiun, I) U. -j. rV.tBiii Ice. I'awntH. i.'atreiiui .inil ftiMxaiiea secunM Tlcv .'ratio 'msincMj' ir uniliicieiL (or ouxlvraU! InfdnnaUnii. Vilvnai anil hpvcial rclureurcs 1111 rc.iue.Bt. Cas-iulaaa, N. Y. BLOCK. .'i9ii-4oi Main Street, Buffalo, x. Unr, ilint lie hnr imrcl.aeril the "C'-UI.....1 It. 11. rinr.1 slr.-i-t, ami Hiu-.l it up in .nut the helji Mr. Muu- Jmw. im-liai-i-l Ii. ,lii fi.r p.-i.-l untmuiiiii'. we "i fiurf -if fuliire. Ueiju-rliuiiv. ___________ A. lii run E K. C.U.KSM-KN WAXTKU ID mm ,-t O ninties of .Nursery stiutk. Frill .-nn itiot Ije-i; laltn- if, itcaiiy work, p.iy nmkiy WV niiann ee what ailvertue.' Ailiirr'is This nniis'j in niui.i.. KiK'heeter, N. Y, We ijuute some our BK8T pricHrt on prices that have surpriiied plea- seil the people of Buf- faio: At %1.2.5 a pair, good white 10-4 iilauki'is. liavi' clicuper ones. A.t vrhiii: 11-4 blankets. wooiu- i.j-t i.ian- Same 11-t ii.-i. A few II. 00. t. ,t I Ilrehniiinil V At o.i. white 11-4 blankets, CHAMBERS FRASER, which we Iwve regularly sold at TAILORS. o r, 114 California Jvjom A 0.6, German Ins. B 1 g. wool of most exccllant BrFFAJ.O, N. Y. quality. Capital scarlet all wool blankets at OO. Grey blankets nxtra value at fl.uo. very iiuavy at 4i C'alifor- nia wool at 4. Gi'iiuiue California white hlon- from to from to 44.00. t HIKII saoijuiTS. liaii'ri: of prices from to A at ilii.s we taki; to lie a moHt popular unit we otter zarmenta worth srvt.-nil inon.-. They are of .jiialitv The We have thti largest JUSHOlt- oniam.-nld are The tient of Patent Leather Shoes is Lentil. 42 IT i inches. in bn.si from n plain andhght-wloml w Mark tiand and machine sewed. We Ill-'v'-'1' sucii a be- carry a complete line of N ET- ____ TLETON'S Fine If you want a nice-fitting and of cunt fa- shoe, try a pair of this AVI m.w and make. You will like them, stripes. Our GENTS1 Calf briM aU Uie Shoe in Button and Congress, !0' in broad, medium or narrow and we also toe, is the best shoe for the value- ____ money that has ever been of- i yiiw Fall itt all dJ fered to any trade. j New Cariwta, Come and examine them and Draperies. for yourself and be convinced.! SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street AMERICA--.' BLOCK. MAIN ttTHEElZ BUFFALO. N. C.C.PEN FOLD i Manufacturer and Importer, i ST., The Only Pure Baking Powder. (from Hull's Journal of Health.) We feel it our duty to state that of a number of different kinds of Baking Powder purchased in a neigh- boring city for examination, the only one we found made of Pure Grape Cream of Tartar, and that did not contain any monia, and that was absolutely free from adulterations, was Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder. DEALKK nr Di.omonds, Watches and Jewelry, LOKlJrer tiooifu, efts RA nxn, ,f sn ma PLA CHMPLKTE use. or 51ATN STREET, BUFFALO, X. T. PATFNTS acii Traili! Mirks -ililainnl. uut z Onr C" S. Patent office- !iave no all buttinKsA at timn reaute from W ohiBf j ton. i Si'nil dravrtoE, or pholo, with I firtpunn. We adviee if putenubie or not, al tee not iJae ui! A book, "How to obuun wltt WC2 erences tu OKitiai clienie in yonr or town, sent tree. Addrew C. A. SSOW CO. oettl'at ent Office, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and
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