Dunkirk Evening Observer, October 7, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

October 07, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1890. NO. 49. REPRESENTATIVE i USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. R0UKO MACHINE (or ruling all ol La the latest a-xlition to Mechanical Drpartment of Dunkirk Printing Company. BK. OirroRD, BJ and 223 Central Are Artutio Photographer Inatantaneons of a specialty. Sittert meed nut tor annabine except foi BOOK IBVI.NG. 1'rJ pnelor, No. 1C E. Second Kstet, near (aio Dunkirk, N. Y. Magazines, M- us, etc., bound Ln all styles. Ur-lcr attended to. A.U work zuarantcr-l. BOUCHER'S CHOC-KURT HOUSE, 306 Central .Yvenoe. Wholesale and retail dealer in Iff purtcu an' Jomeatie China, Glassware, HOTK.L, Rates. per day. and Boarding atabUi in Victor iii'lfc.-. 333 and 3ST Lion slrect- f (ITT H.VKBER SHOP y> Chag. Nagle, Trap.. Under Lake Shore National ISank, norm- Center an. I Third atreeta. A line alock o ami D CNKIKK EVENLNU Largest Daily in the County- An unequalled advertising medium. DUMH1KK ENGrNKKHfNG i'onnerly Sallew t Popule. VUnntaciuren of Eaginea. Bmlei, ilangen, etc. Patterns, Caiuntra. uad Macliinu Work to order. FROM FOREIGN SHORES. TROUiLE IMMINENT BETWEEN SHIP OWNERS AND DOCKERS. Ownert Complain that Laborer, are and and a General Lockout la the Onlj Remedy for the state of Kal-Mjr Hnd Cunnt Annoyed bj Alleged FuUe LONDON. Oct. 7. is believed that a con- test U imminent between the shipowners and dock companies ou ibe oni- hand and the dock laborers on the other. The owners complain that though the dockers, pince the new rates of pay went into sitcet, can earn in many nearly a po md a they do not appreciate their fortune, bat are lazy, and r -o'.enr Ii is alleged that while a. c.in bt- discharged of her aud re- I'-aflM at New York in one week, (he same urnount of work aa done by the London dockrnrn occupies a fortnight ITie dock- ers' union pays no atteution to complaints bated upon this condition of ufTiiirs, and the declare that if the aaiiovanees continue to In experienced a genertti lock- out become apparently as cannot be conducted prodtably PVCNKIKK 3ULKT CO, flXi. anil U Center i tree I, Manufacturers ul and -Dunkirk" perfect Dress Shirts. On sale in all leading slothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. Dr. TOOMKV. t3t anil '.X Lion str-jet, Dealer in Flour, -alt. Baled Ha> 1' pkatea, etc. EB1JC HOTEL ant) Saloon, Cnioi Depot. Easy to ail trains and bu_- Best accommodations lor Con. Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. CO., Ci f, and 99 E. Tmrtl atreev. Furniture, Cabinet Ware and ooUtering. Picture Framea made to order. f.1 .HATTKSON CO., Oenual Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen OutlUter- ii AKELJ. STKA.H HEATIMO CO.. anutacturcrs o! Steam Healing Apparatus January Plumbing a Specialty. H. UJtK STEAM LAUfiOKT. Our specialuep: Fine ShirU, 10c; ic; Caffs, 4c, an-1 Luce Curtains, r'ree Uehv ery. A W. Cummings. Center street. 11 K. OKUM. fc. Third St., cor. of Buffalo jaafiaf.tt.urer and dealer in Fine Coota A Shoee dESKV WEIUai'S NKW STOKK, lit; E Third at. Books. Stationery, MIMICS! In tlrumenU.Magazisea.Uaily audSVeetl, Papers and cverylhirg pcrUiming to u lirat itore Uooks a spcctaltv. nkirk Prinung Comna a and 10 E. --econ-l St. H, VAN BUKEX A SON, Fire L.Ie Accident anil General en in Heal Kstale and Loans. I'arlicula: attention paid to the care ot property collect ing rents So. 319 Center at. init floor. VI OSKOE-S PHARMACY, 300 Central ATenoe tor Pa.nt Oils, 4i, 309 Center street. If anoiactnrer and m Harness. irtJlea, Collars. Buffalo Hone Covert Gloves Mittens ami Sleigh P9CHOLTKS, 17 Kast Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will Bn'l it t tneir aUvantage to call on me before pnrchadicf etaewhere. aa-oidiiig to present methods. The Conservatives are industrioasly cir a report that Mr. Parnell'a ab- (jrice from the Dublin conference has led io n in the ranks Sach i rumor gained currency in various -liiiir'ers but cannot be to any tr ut worthy source has (ILsmbsed nsi-n from her ami navy in the two month-, and it U stated that further dia- rliari.-e-, will be made shortly. Berlin aiiviL-es state that the kaiser and Count Wahlepjee are represented as beiug lu'n h by the exagger.-.teil of papers regard.ni; differ- "-uce lift ween them. Whiln it is that tin- emperor ha- never been any in the personal between his nisijcJty and Count w ho haa alwuj- dutifully deferred to the views of tin During the combinetl army and navy main.e-nri--'at recently. Count acted a-, umpire of the military opera ion- by the persona! appointment of the r. who devoted more time to con- with the count than with any i-'iii-rnf hii oflner> In riilesia the oouut, by th- imperial direction, was equally .01- icii'iu- m the manoeuvre-, aud al- thuuich tbe emperor -aw lit to the plan of battle iimn that prepared by L'-j mi uo uient re- -nit d iiiid tne emperor and Count '.ler-.ee .lie on the of relations A St. Petersburg dispatch day-> that tien. Drig >iiiinitr ha-, been sutumoued to thec.t-tU- where the czar is in Polanil. The ob- j' Lt of ti.e summons is supposed to be in sonntretiun the Kuv siari n -omettnng to the Aus- ir an emperor about Courlaud. Courland U a Gi riaan on the Baltic, within tne empire j Great (ii-tre-i prevails in the regions of -ont'iern France recently vi-ited by Rood, and the French chambers will be to tlo -omeihing for the >uiTerer- i The German authorities continue to be -ibsnrdh ju.-t now-, in their out- I look for The brother of the Dutch minister to r'rauee was taking a walk on the fortifications at Mayence. when lie was arrested on the charge of being a French -py. L pon showing who he was he was released. PB. CART CO., i53 Lion street. General Hardware, White Supplies, Oil Cloths, Graaite Ware. A special I; of Sherwit Williams Pa; at and Uonroe range. CLING, inch as blank-books, A oi blanks done at Dankirk Company, d and ID E. Second St. RUDOLPH MOLDEJiHACER, Cor. Third and Buffalo SB.. Dealer in Granite, Marble, aoc Boiltimg Stone. Call on me ncfore bujmc your side- walk. R CO, 7 and t East Front street. Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family Use. T> OBEBT McKAY, JV laon street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable Sta jliog by the day or week on reasonable terms. S- AM J. 301 Central Ave. (U, General Insurance and Keal EstaU Agent. Fire, Liie, Accident, and Live Stocl Insurance. Fromp' attenuon git in to buying InU >elung Keal Kataie. T 75 E. Third St., cor. Heat Market. >'rean, Salt ano Smoked Meatt, Lard, Sausages, Oysters anc Poultry. W ATCHKS, JEWELKV, Bay the Aurora Railroad Watch. Repairing a specialtv. Frank SSapl. E. Third su WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Bids OpVued for Steam Miluer Will be Asked to Explain. Oct. were opened yesterday at the navy department for three >team tiifcs for the navy. Harrison Loring of South Bcston was the lowest bidder at K3.1SS eacn. and he will prob- ably be awarded the contract. The next lowest bidder was John H. Dialogue at WUni.ugton. Del., at The depart- ment h. s been abont a year and a half securing bids for these vessels and the plans of the department had to be altered before shipbuilders could be induced to bid. In addition to Minister Mizner's own ac- 3Oun: of the killing of Gen. Barrundia on board an American vessel ki the harbor 01 saa Jose, Guatemala, Secretary Blaine will Man be in possess-ion of the account of Lieut. Com. George Reiter. It been definitely learned that Reiter had been or- dered to Washington especially to give his version of the affair to the state de- partment, and if it corresponds with Mr. Elaine's present understanding, Mr. Mtz- ner will be asked to explain his action. If he cannot do_ this to the satisfaction of Mr. Biaine he will be recalled. It is nn- derstood that during the entire trouble in Guatemala, Mr. MiznengnoredtheUnited naval officers entirely and they knew nothing of the Barrundia iff air un- iil some time after it was over. W1 Uercirant Tailor, 316 Central Avenue Celebrating German Iu Detroit. DETROIT, Oct. day was cele- brated here yesterday by a series of dem- onstrations, the leading feature of which was a parade participated in by about Ge-man-Amencans by the officials of the city government and repre- 1 nereis no oeuer place io get me sentative Germans of the city and state, finest and rarest roses, shrubs, fruit and The procession was two long and in- TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is no better place to get the ornamental trees, Dutch bulbs; flowers for your conservatory, etc., than at TH. P. VAXDERMEtrLEx's, Eagle street, near Seventh. REWARD! Will tiiC AijQTt IWUTfl fOF I'11 IK of L.TwUanplaint.Uyspeiwia, Sick Headache I Mrs. Geerge B. McClellan, who is Indigestion, conaupatmn or Coativeneaa we The "Wplla -t otnBM core with WeaVa Vegetable I.iver Pilu I Luoriage eiia, iuig.. i air when complied deeply impressed by a visit to the jrrave o Tbeyare purely Vegetable, and never tail to mv belovej ch.et I send you expressions empathy and for your wel ezletla. and imitabona. The gemutne mana- aeared onlr by JOHN C. WKSa CO. Sold U Dunkirk. X. T. elnded large number of tableaux on wheels depicting scenes in German life events in American history. The Comte da Paris Deeply l TEESTOS. X. J., Oct. leaving Trenton yesterday afternoon the Corate sent the following cablegram to WILL BIRCHALL CONFESS? U Bra- ARTHUR DAY INDICTED. ATRJE BILL FOUND AGAINST THE ALLEGED WIFE MURDERER. Constantly Talking Abeat Martler. i TORONTO, Oct. special to The Globe from Woodstock says: story of I the murder of Ban-well Lsgradually oozing ontofhim. It cannot be said made Prisoner I'keads Sot bat Hi. anything Ifke a clean breast of the mur- der. What he has done, and all he has done so far, Is to make a number of half statement? and to drop hints and admis- which, pieced together, fnrni a tol- erably coherent story. He is constantly talking about the case, and before the end comes will probably give a full acco unt of it. To sum up, he acknowledges he was ac- cessory and therefore merits the sentence passed npou him. He alleges, however, that some of the testimony adduced in, be half of the crown wa.-. untrue. Birchall doeft not challenge the accuracy of the crown's in any of the material features. He one or who said they .-.aw him goinj; away from, or ik- of the Ben'.vell. iiedoea not say mii'h about his 'k-nce for tne rown negotiations with >ounz Beuwell and his father, though now he admit, he wt-.it in to swindle both of ..mi Pelly. The typewriter letter Binhall does not A to explain or account for. Saturday afternoon ifrs. Binlmll saw her husband for the tiuic-iucu he was sentenced. The mee'ing w.ts a --ad one, and Bnxh.ill left the cell sht was completely broken down. from her narration of her part in the hor- ni-1.-t-ac'.-ily told before Magistrate Hili in 1 ist Day No. t to give e-. idi-me a.- t.j the second lag.- She r ii LIT rmiin at tueh-nel. Dt-tec- II ri p-rnnnci.il staff De- ,iiu! Fititherer of Koches- tf-r are all here a---.i-tmi; Chief Yuung in chain of evi- '1 he case will be t-on'l to nuht. The judge vesterday that in of thi- numbers train ailinittancc f" the court rojm n-'onr wniild be art in it ted after the seat.- rilled. THREATENED BY WHITECAPS. THE FIRE REFUSED TO BURN And a Woman j Probnbljr Fatal KfTrrt. Pa Oct. 7 tad- shaw. luing on a farm near .ndor, last week found a-m.-.H bottle whic i coa'aine nitro-glyceriue. S le though1 it wa- car- bon oil and took it borne. Thursday even-1 ing the tire refused to burn and euip-' tied the bottle ,nto ti.e fcucln n -rove, when a tremendous explo-iou fallowed. The w.-v, completely torn away aud Mr. reoued which will probably prove fatal Both li-y, wt-ie broken ,i ml mangl, d and one hand was i cumpletviy corn from iiia He uas also cut about the face m man-1 ner. Their little 3-> ear-old Ijoy wa.- burued a >ont tin- f.ic- aud hand-. i L.ni-haw struck by tini- wrs ami con-iiU-rably uniNt-'l" thmuh it' IT a that wa- not in-tHtirly i killed. The other uit-mlx-r of fain.ly. a I'f-weeka-old buoy, escaped wmiout in- jury. THE PRESIDENT'S WESTERN JAUNT. A Citizen of Aluecom, J., Warned to Bonsrkeeper. ,M N. J O, t. The town of Absci urn, hich i- the home of wealthy retsred -l.ip and s-ea c-iptains, is gre itly p in-lay night White-caps visited the town and placed the following notice on the door of John Newman's hou--: If (1-tn'i d your ;Li- v.-r.- ne mil make yon a visit and ulnji ji'U within an inch nf your life. WHITECAPS. Why auch a notice should be -riven to Mr Xevman i.- more than the c-iti7enscan under-tau'l. He i- well known aud highly esteemed. The cimdin t of both himself ami In- hou-eke- lui- Ijeen con- Mdere-1 perf.-ftly proper by their neigh- bors The hou-tkeeper has ..ot been dis- NE.W YORK REPUBLICANS. Nrw VI Great for His reception All Along tlic Rmitp. Oct. president left }esterda> morning at H :M o'clock, via tne Chesapeake anil rail road, to attend the irand reunion- at Gale--t'urii. 1opeka j'lid KHII-SS City anil incidentally to St. Louis. Indian- jolK Peoria and other cities en route. He was accompanied by Secretary "racy, Marshal Hansdell, Capt. Meredith. "'rivate Secretary Hal.ord. E. F. '1 ibbott. he pre-ident's stenographer, repre'-eiita A Coalition Ticket Ainoni; the Poasibll- (ilblH Delpeatc- Expelled. Oi-t T The Republican uiifht virtually de- cinei! to ;in.'i. without facti.m- against lair.im-y Hall The Gihba were i by a voie of to 14 I'riiu'cr moved that a -traU'ht ticket uiii with Chauncey M. Depew fur mayor Kx-.riulae Patterson -aid that Depew couVln t rat ry the city. Every practical poli'ii asi. he sai.l. knew that a straight ticket would be beaten committee was finnlly appointed to con- advi, ,bilitv of a coalition and repurr I-iiilay mt-ht. Tin, attion 19 tm- der-tood to mean a coalition ticket. fWLAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? f YOU GET .THE WRQNCTSORT: THE RIGHT ONES SRB CALLED PEARL TOPAMDARE Vi.'> GEO, A MACBETH 4 CO., PITTSBURGH, PA, Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament. NEW H Conn.. Oct. inter- c-lleirnte tournament opened yea- ives of the two pre-d as-ociHtMin. ami C1 terrlay nioruinp on the grounds of 'the R. Bi-hop of th- Chf-v-Lpt-aKe Ohio 1 Haveu Lawn Tennis club. In the railroad, who has charge of the trnnspor-i .1 -licrht ram Ml. making play ation arr mgements and the details of rue j out of the que-tion Followinc the rec entire trip. j ord of the moraine p >mes tosether with The party will travel in the elegant I the name of the player who will play the 'ullmiin hotel car tendered i winner. A. J. Piirk-r. Yale beat Steams 'or that purpose by George M. Pullman. Amher-t. 6-0. L. A. Pier-on. Will- 1'he pre-ident and mo5t of the others ex- Campbell. Columbia, beat -Matlory, Washington on the 14th Trinity. George. Brown, A. E. Wright, Columbia, beat W. EL Leonard, Darniouth, G. T. Estey .3 mher-t. L. R. Parker, Y.sle, and E. P. MacMiillen Col-imMa, fnn- Watertown In Gala Attire to nn'slied E W. Pond, Dartmouth, F H. The pre-idem and of to return to m-t. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE. the Vi-itine Knights. Al'BL'RX. N. Y., Oct. seventy- seventh annual cuDilave of (Jrand Com- mandery Knights Templ'tr of the state liereto-flay ,in Icoufnm t'irotigh The tfiMtid n ir.nle of the vi-it- Hovey. Harvard, beat C. A- Avery, Will- C D. Barrows, Brovn. The Vermont Legislature. n. Vt., Oct legisla tare convened last evening and a bill pro- ini; will tak plate nfternoon viding for the Australian of ballot- Public buildings c-atres are ing, a combination of the better parts of already with dec irarions. Sleeping accoraniudations at all the hotel-in the ilty h >ve Iwea exhauste 1. of the visitor- lind tions in their special sleeping cars, which will be side-tracked at tue Central yard. A >-plendid demonstration is expected to- dav. He Was Tired of T.ife. ST. I-oris. Oct. 7 a cousin of the postmaster general, com- mitted suicide here Sunday iu a room at the Massachusetts and New York laws on the was introduced in the house. T.idnin- W. Mo'or-v. Uemocrat'c repre- sent from md intro 1 -red a bill pioMdi'iu for the weeklj_payment of wage.- in- Sett.it.: will be tl.'ttnl to -je ced next week liK-d-iy. a_d ,ir.) ablj the Demo- ciats Will ao; pit f >rth a not- w.thsumdi.ig t1 eir stientth. Hittorienl in B.iltimore. BALTIM RE, O--t. greatest his- the Eldorado hi.use. nf mor- torical p.i-ade h-re W.H the his body. A pr ncioa! feature of German lav in Balti- per IV phine were found small piece of crumpled paper, on which were written the following words, was found in the room: "My life is noth- ing-to me any more." Wanannker had been iirinking freely and brooding over his troubles. mere. The exercises in the mom- iug tvitL aii open air concert which lasted two and em'. orchestral music, nuUi'.mg children of the societies, the German song by the urire-t O10 trained voices, and I ifteeii trousand persjns tvcre in th; torchlight parade last night. Will Visit the Tomb of Gen. McClpllan. NEW YORK, Oct. Comte de Paris and his party left for Philadelphia yester- i day morning accompanied by a commit'ee i from the Philadelphia comm.aidf-rv of I Loyal Legion. ITie pany will stop at j and i50 ext-a ixilicemen hive arrived at Trenton, where the eumte will vi-.it the! place. Their presence here Is attrib- Trouble Anticipated In Clonmei. Oct hundred hiiisars tomb of Gen. McClellau. Advance in Price of Preilirted. VICTORIA, B C.. Oct. but three of tbe scaling fic-et have returned to port. The captains report unusually rough aud boisterous weather in Behring sea. and in at.-! t.' fears of the government that trouble may between the Eighteenth Irish i eminent and the Berkshire regi- ment, bo ill commands being now quar- tered in the t Snlt the I'anama Railroad. YORK, Oct. action was r----K! AETT IOP.K, Uct. action was oonsequeuce only h .If a catc-h has been b ht in the rnited States cireoic court made. A heavy adv mee in tbe price of in of Fmlich Goochen, ic _ _ _ iealskins is predicted. Drowned Hersell in n Cistern. SrP-ACUSE, Oct. Joseph Weller, an aged lady, committed suicide by drown- ing in a cistern m this city yesterday j inorniug. She was a sufferer from dys- pepsia. _________________ for Assembly. TROT, Oct. the Republican assem- bly convention of the Fourth District of Albany held yesterday at West Troy, William B. LeRoy was renominBted. bankers, of London. Eng., against the Panama TLiilror.d company to recover the vaine of a bar of gttldshippec by them and lost in transit from Panama to Colon. To Celebrate tho Fall Field Drill. BOSTOS, Oct. members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery com- pany, abont 225 in number, left yesterday afternoon by special train over the Ok Colony railroad en route to Philadelphia, where the fall field drill will be celebrates to-day. 'ENTIRELY A PRIVATE MATTER." Wllktiuon Silent m the Subject or Her Brother'! SYRACUSE, N. Y., Oct. 7.-A reporter called yesterday on Dr. Thanus Emery, at whose house Mlaa Winnie Darts was a ?uest when she first met Mr. Wilkenson, in regard to the report from New Orleans that their engagement had been broken off. Mr. Emery said that he had no defi- nite information regardfng the report, but that he did not believe it was true. He said that, as far as a reported postpone- ment was concerned be knew that no time had ever been fixed for the wedding. There has been a he said, "that ;he wedding had been postponed from September to next June, but I don't be- ieve that Miss Davis intended to marry earlier than that anyway. She would not marry before then out ef re- spect to her father's memory. As a mat- ter of fact Mr. Wilkinson did not suffer any considerable loss in the burning of .he family home." Another friend of the Wilkenson family said thai in all probability there was not a word of truth in the report that he was at the house Saturday night and under- stood that preparations were going on for be wedding. When a reporter called at he Wilkenson home yesterday afternoon he was told that Alfred Wilkenson was not in. Hi-, sister was seen And WBB aakod whether there was any truth iu the dU- latch from Sew Orleans. Without asking or details of the dispatch Mias Wilkenson laid: "That is entirely a private matter. "t is nothing for the public to know about Anyway." Miss Wilkenson declined to deny or af- irm the report about the engagement be- ng severed. Abont tha time of Jans' return from Europe a gentleman in his city received a request for certain In- ormation concerning Alfred Wilkenson ind his family. The request came from a >oint hundreds of miles from Syracuse. The person of whom the inquiry was nade understood that It had somethingto ,o with Mr. Wilkenson's relations to Miss and he answered it at length. The >omt- touched upon by the inquirer re- steil to Mr. Wilkeuson's habits, associa- ions, 1m ataiidinji in his profession, his ine. etc The failure of Wilkeaaou Co. wttb particularly inquired into. THE PRESIDENT EN ROUTE. He Receives a Warm Greeting at Staun- ton, In the Program. CLIFTON FORGE. Va.. Oct. presi- dent's car passed through Clifton Forge t 7 o'clock last evening, attached to the egnlar Chesapeake and Ohioexpress. The spent the greater part of the af- ernoon in the observation room talking vith Secretory Tracy. The wife and laughter of Private Secretary Halford. fho are on the train, dined with the iresident. as did the secretary of the navy, lr Halford and C. R. Bishop of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway company. Ex-Representative Dusendorf of Vir- 'inia and Daniel Stewart of Indianapolis, president of the Wholesale Druggists' ociation, called on the president during he afternoon. At Staunton a brays band played Marching Through Georgia'1 while the iresi-ient shook half a hundred out- tretched hands from the back platform the car. Some slight changes have been made in he program for the trip. A stop will be iiade at Ind., at this morn- tig. Th- decision to stop at M. Louis Saturday until 10 p. m.. which was made final jesterday morning, will ut out stopsat Greencastie and Danville, which had been planned. A TRIANGULAR FIGHT. York Hold a Stormy Meeting at the Hoffman Houne. Oct- sulMommittee f the Democratic state committee which appoi.itrd for the purpose of bringing about harmony among the various ocratic on-anizatiom of the city In the coming election, had a stormy session at he Huffman house last night. Conference committees from the Tam- many. County and Voorhees Democrats ere present. The meeting was secret and did act begin until after 11 p. m. An nimense crowd gathered in the vicinity of the hotel and there was much suppressed excitement. At Richard C'roker left the hotel without a word and a lively ses- sion was in progress long after midnight. The Kaces at Morris Park. Y.. Oct. day's races at Morris park resulted as fol- lows: First race, mile: Park Ridue first, Reiily second, Common Sense third: time Second race. 1 mile: Racine first, Eon second. KinRstock third: time, Third race, 1 1-16 miles: Montague flrst, Mv Fellow second, Philosophy third; time, Fourth race, the Nursery stakes for 2- year-oids. Ji mile: Nellie Bly flrst, Kildeer second, Average third; time, 18H- Fifth race, the Country Club handicap, 1Jct '89, 8, P J Mul. holland Co.coal, ug '90, 5, P J Mul- holland Co UR'90, 5, Jesse Reel- field, repairs on or- gan............... Jet '89, 8, Colman Saunders, weigh- ing coal.......... )ct '89, 8, Alexander Mann, repairs on water works...... 8, Alexander Mann, repairs on water works...... ct '89, 8, Henry Weikr, supplies.. an '90, 7. Henry Weiler, reader___ Ich '90, 11, Henry Weiler, books...... une '90, 3, Henry Weiler, supplies... >ct '89, 8, Robt. Mc- Kay, lirery....... !ct '89, 8, Jno Har- per, chemicals___ 'Ct '89, 8, Wm M Bnrcher, supplies, ct '89, 8, Dunkirk Printing Co print- 12, Dunkirk Printing Co print- ing............... uly '90, 8, Dunkirk Printing Co print- ing....... ug 90, 5. Dunkirk Printing Co prim- ing.............. Oct '89, 8, John Des- mond, lamps ___ Dec 89, 3, John Des- mond, brush...... Jan '90, 7, John Des- mond, Aug '90, 5, John Hope shovelling coal.............. Nov '89, 12. Jacob P Groeacb inspector of election........ NOT '89, 12, E. Har- ris, inspector of el- ection NOT'89, 12, ChasC inspector of election.......... NOT '89 12 John K Hutchinson mak- ing tax roll NOT'89 12 CF White May '90 6 C F White Co painting..... George, service policeman, NOT'8912 Victor Ri- der livery......... July'90 8 Victor Ri- der livery.......... Dec '89 3 Houghton Mifflin Co His- tory of America.. Dec '89 3 Dunkirk Engineering Co castings.......... Dec -89 3 Sam J Gif- (ord insurance---- May '90 6 Chas H Halt is. insurance academy......... Jan'907WRGulicfc Westtteld NY His- tory of dates Jan '9t 7 F K Lyon chemicals...... Jan DO 7 Brooks Lo- comotive castings............. Feb '90 4 Brooks Lo- comotive Works, callings.......... Aug '90 5 Chas E Thomas, school census Jany '90, Mary's Asylum, Public Money............ Mch'90, fi, 8t Mary's Asylum, Public Monev............ Feby "90, 4, John Al- lenbrand, repairs.. Feby JO, 4, Henry B Newkirk, repairing roof So. 3........ Feby '90, 4, Louis Koch, window shades........... 57 6354 31354 21 25 100 2775 1875 11461 41 00 3005 579 4650 14-2 02 15 00 2.5 56 18 35 1 K 050 19 50 2050 501 500 875" 743 155 61 a 03 305 3581 300 4S 00 4.-. 00 248 1 00 189 12 no 10 71 41 16 45 Sfi 17 1 95 54 4401 une '90, 3, Louis Kocli.use of cluum 75 9 50 eby '90, 4, L Couk- lin Son, repairs 3 60 eby M Pau- lus. supplies...... 3 (10 ll.Cbag AU- rens Son, sup- plies.............. 309 Mch'90, 11, E Wager grass seed 75 Ich 'yO, 11. A Hols- I tein, fxisuge and express charges... fi TO Ich '90, II, O- N I ball, wood No. 1... 8 25 lay '90, O.O N Kim- ball, coal No 4___ Uig '90, N Kim- ball coal and wood 144 91 103 09 Ich '90 11 Jos. Nel- son Co clock----- ug '90 5 Jos. Nelson ife Co use of Opera House........... 1800 2250 Aug '90 5 ChemunR Novelty Co Eimira 10 50 tpr '90 15 Chas. Eli- lers Co tables chairs............ 13 95 une '90 3 Edward JJadigan City Hall 'eachers' Ass'n..... 8 00 5 Estate of S. M Hamilton coal 144 70 Aug '00 5 U U Rob- erts coal 1 5...... 142 698 10 flO' 1844 949 12.1 125 2 94 5 4 in nml with the W. A Mun- H.aw i, jireparcil to Thniikinjr f.ir paj-t iMtnievirv, we uolicil j .-haro ni the luture. o. A. SAI.K.SMKN WANTED to wtl our OOoTal rarities ol Numcry utock. Fall om- Just opencil; bei-t epccmltiiM, ucaily work, weekly. We gnmm- tt-e what we advertise. AdilriMs iThia haiieeIB X. Y. ftUMMAKY. Sept. 1st. 1890. alance on hand. Sept. 1, '.SD..8 4151 51 :ecciveil fromJCPlatte Kcc., 10S.TT GS Wm. Bookutaver, Sup., G236 04 r.iterature Fund........ 45R OS from H 5 CO S75.00 to I'eisuni- imlcired .-an a homa amlgitu their wlmle time to the -pure iinimi-uu ui.-iy be iirodtaMr emiiloireil iil.-o. A fuw va'-an- ict-in ritief B. h. .Iiihnsiiu ,t to lOO Miun-sI., Rirhmood, Va. CHAMBERS

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