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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK, Y.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890. NO. 90t OF DUNK.IRK. BLOWN TO DEATH. FRIGHTFUL EXPLOSION IN A POW- DER MILL IN DELAWARE. AHKW RCTJQM2 ilACHETE (or ruling ill kimlg ol blanks u the latent audition to he MerhaniRal Department of Dunkirk Printing Company I> SL. etFFOHD, 2B and 225 Cencrnl vvn D. ArtuUc Photognpber Inatanuuieoim PhottMmpna ni Babied a speci.UW dlttora aeeil not watt for aunahme except for or of Gan- BOOK I ru printer So 18 E. Second gtruec. near Ilui Jalu street, Dunkirk. V Y nut, M i nc. Painpnleu, etc., txmntl m ill of, tat. Orili pr mutl} attended ia work gaaranteui! B UKCHXITS CBOCIDCBT HOUSE, JOS Central Aronue. W-oliwalc ami retail dealer in lflcporu.d Jomesar f'hma, Glaumm Uiv Bates, 41 per day and Boarding Stable in cunni Victor B.ile-, 3Zfi anil 337 Lion street. ITT BAOBKB SHOP v_  u urred yestm iifternoon at 25 o loik m the upper irrl of the extensive powder norks of E I Dnpimt D C. To on Bi inih-wmi ink three mills north of thn i it ihi. ilioix WIH felt here and oaiiH-d intense ext uernt nt Buildings tumnlid aid M iiluws verc dt ninhshitl, an i pvi-rT bi instantly ishi d to tiie loura to a-eiilHiii the i lilse the ills tui lianc p I here HIT leports re- sembling tin bn muig it aiuion und about a -.e rind ipurt The first tli mijlit WHS thiit thi re had lieu in "xpleisiun at rhe powler works Inutile r  Dupont luccjeteded him the latter bi om ini? the c Inef director of the business in INS) The Turks furnished the mipnlv TO FOLLOW BIRCHALL pounds H- ilar Ac the prewit time capac Ity is over SI 000 pounds n dny gun powler nrodured the Afm.UR DAY CONVICTED OF MUR- DERING Hlb WIFE The Brmdywine mills been an important f ictor in war sun e tlie revolution and also iu several Kinoptan conflicts In three wagon loatlH of powder he to the Duponrs which beinif f u-ried thiougb the -irrpetH of ilmiiuj V ernfii ex-1 tori exploded blowing the dmtrs and if ss u several homes to atoms and killing Beveialpiesscrs- pionle md the j by On Vim _'J an explosion oc curred it the Brand, wine works m which sever il woikmen were killed Alexis Dupont a member of the film mounted thi nol of a hmldmir filled with powder mil w m swtei mt; bin unj hi from it when the ponder with n be ime ignited and i wo.s blow i up with r ie building n it i tiaee or his body bemcj found The matinfai tnra of sniokcle s pmvriir'iml but, ret ei elv begun at the BrindvHiiii' Thii Prisoner Sentenced ta Hung at Nov Tikes HII. Sen- mnee frMfnrr of Hit, Mator -.nils till- Un- fortun Man to It in r i L T) our Of S i ji f 'or uiuuitij, lie tn il of Ho Duv loi I i m n iir f liit f r and Mucume Work to order SHJJIT Jut, Hu and -U, Center Ma ulfacturcra i lu 'Cromwell' and UunLark aui i bhirttt. on dale in ill fut i dii i clothing and try goodn Uonaes m Dunkirk. P TOOMKY, 4S4 and Dealer in S lour feeed, etc. Id, ble iiris ilioiiiui bee i stimuli ned rele- I hi ut inn to weie soon ijumm_, t m ml ilit pmdir niiiniif utorj w is the arst m d itinn riu public hid of the exut t ioca tin if t n i ti n >plu fniui 1 tt thintitler thrones if pen pi vu t in st ni f the dis L rt-r Thi sin K i tit isifin u is Ujiiihe and w if-pi iinh 'tit in iintn pn s if Philii pun mil ilsi u hestn MillMlk N I 11 I itlipi l laees Uuirj to thirtj live h >i Tlm Tiial of Pratty 3 PPOMDFNCE Oet trial of Nettie lurk, rhi. nretty vouni? tnuwic tcachei an 1 riioir siuuei, iiiun ted for forgerv w is resumed ester' ij f-imes F ioiirh Hot swore hi nei cr sitfncd either tin V Km note or the note npcm which Miss link se ured montytrom the Meihanics Niititmiil I ink L.WV r IJi inn foi tiie defense iskeii (he co ut to direct i jun to retnm a i icrriiit for lefendiuit in ill thi three c tints m the mdii tmeiit o o Utll.tli letKtS Iliecttirt mused and Lawyer Blown uuft 1 in ion -5 di li r ma le the npenmtt nidrty-s foi thf ittuwl He lnrieti Ui it Mis- i us a_t t i nt _nti u tin ]n Ui t mill i ill Mih nliim siie is 11 i tuuted mil th i 11 er s. e irint; she Tern t Vwi jik ti in t rj he In i pi MS ujr it hi ,iuee m t t'n the ot Iu foi tn ULU1M.1 i j M in iu uei t uin i up ed i i i tuns -Utei he selection 11 di iinnin r tpi tli it the 14 tssi s w i Delude 1 fi Jin the uni i mm Mrs Ue Hani MIMS Hulijuit M ss Hi iu in 1 tin somrssistei AC'S Oui_ Mr I linstone s (otinsel flu i I i ill m, ue i n_c id Ir ssaiid ol i tu the in bm rtv tht st m or he el me Ihrouuli mt, Mi 1 itinsiuiit s iddresa ii li-ttl rn in In minutes the i ii I hi [it UK r r t' si r sister s in ITn i iu is i t pi tn ii I et i d aimv IT e I he IH her tn IS m i inn titsiji Liou street alt Bule t Hu> till M lit i n i h EB1K HOTEI. mil iJlnuii. 3ttlonn, L u i Depot. Lauv a< ceda to ill rttuci in I i muss auubeb. aecuuiiiuxtulHma lor l ui jaerciat Triveltira. I ma I M uvhy jp EiCLIUU A CO. y? init fi L, Tlur 1 atreeu fc eauiiiel arc ant i K Picture F-atnis maile to HI U. UATTESON A CO 10] Centra! vve Leaders of Fouhinu ind Gt ntleraen ijutlli'era II AHKI.J. 8TEAM HKATINU CO aaufarturersof 3tcam Fleaunir Ippintis ijaiiitary Plumbing i II he Mini Jttt mil uas I i )l I 'is biirinnu F Hi ,1 ul. i ini-ii ti i t It tu l n l t- t i tu I II 111 sill II i if 10 tci reached tlie Mount in ti st t in rch t mile from the tn iki u riirniints in the, u I. More i, ,lf of J u me 1 i_< b ul iuiii ncre 'I in s< th l it i tin ,1 u- i --in th n rte" u. 3...111 ii _ unljat LIIJIIHU a t in CMUS 3peeialUe.f Fine 10  i i 'i l Us ihi i il in i ill t d us Ue l Mill U I rn i u u ii i btii'tt u_ iiiitl t t t Ii rt i, mi i i '1 irs i mill u in s nn s 1 In htne t-i I uW in mi h 11 mt i i t ui s md i pn ibli Hindu 1 i M iv hi i l a l tui tl mi i d U nils i l u md ki l Iu n i ti e si itiuii w m i mi I' uitimnr d rh i u is tin ion s One linn li l teli tCti 'ill Jlllt I" i I ii m i_i inn siicm u ie ulj tUi u I nil u it inn if the pi s< nei feu Ci imh 5 jl H Iw OKHtl. h rtnni dL or jf UulTilo if tc nit Iwtier u F ni. Ilmils A "Sho tMRV WKll-tR S SKW STOBK. h. l al, Bitukfi I i till ii m Bund n..s Wf f f I II I It il II S t 111 The inns m tb w tli brukt u t im ivei s i ot tines Lin ,it mil t la j abtitit 'iKi nils iv nu is HI kt d he roo teil md tin imihlmus nit mi ilu f u i u e To i rn V in, s V ni_u n I is d Ht tie V H L I Mi ic. nit le hi i_i n b IB ivn w tin Bniuitii Men i PIO tutm ass K atun [t p irpnst s r unjiist. n m, rmim 11111 j bills niiMliiu i intu 'Ii i ,lnt n b ini_bt i in i i i i n, S- mi me nifi fi is i i IH i n u i in M in tt i iHiii iiiiin i m n tliioii .hi ut tin iti ipm ui i_rlic n_in it i n Hi u 1 i nn nu e w is 1 ipp int. t) li ilt suit ibh csiinruiis I mil 
  • il them lit, boles n _i u ti r n dpp The i _ n i_ in unit i tons lit u nir s N t I K Of 't st i u na% i_; itn u 1 inn I ii (IM in it the lilm S ui in Tplicl 1 i it mil niKi it-, innct 1 1 rn r fth ustudin llinrc u u mem btrs picM-nt frmn i If itu it us it tin umnrii Vftei the it thi inil thi r iitling of thi minutes luaiinj rou u's if tommitrees th, president rend his tinuiiil up rr wliu li n [erred CT tl lm lnr literf-r rillv 11 s ickipred be emiic sits u nun ot tiamboHf men e en it t tin ne ,i tilministi i in if t tu i n ur m t tin n it w In mil milt i i u ru_'ite 1 lion 13 i ielnnlm, r n i i t I h M It! Ut k tl mil 1 II s i l u ar t r mills it st I IH 1 I s I I 111 i 1 It It 1 S ONBOK'S JOO Centril avenue runs lor Wall 1'aiior Paint Oils pli -inn i-bl mt u ti im ti tits mil m le Horn null ninth.! r K Du i ic in hi oBn e ll t (ent ttt l u t i m i on hat uficiil tiiuutd tn k nine ml much n k lie l tnm j. f Xfi Cenwr street, Manufactnrer ami oualer in Harness, sad iindles, Lollurs, ButTalu liolm Horse Covers ijlovea Mittena ami Sleigh llol a P9CHOLTKS, 17 East Third street. Fashionable Tailor, (jentlcmen tvill lin I o uieir advantage to call on me before pnrcnaBini: elsewhere. R FB. CAS? .03 Lion street. general Hani ware. White t 3 duppUes, Oil Glattut, Granite Wore. A special Syoisherwin anil Jlouroe range ilch is blank-uookd, r% mil ill tiiulsoi blanks lonuac Dunkirk Printing Company, i anil IU E Second at. RODOLPH MOLDKNH.VDKB, Cor Third and Buffalo su., Dealer in bnmte. Marble, buigging anil Bmlilmg Stone. Call on me bujing your R CO., T and a East Front street. Wines Brandies. Liquor 3tore for Family Use. ROBERT HcKLVV LJOII anwt. near the depot. Boarding, iale feed Mil Luerv Stable -tabling vhe ilay or week wn reasonable urms. AM j. blFVOBD, iOl Central Are. iUy O ueneral lusurnnue and lieal Bstate Liic, Accident, anil Live Stock insurance. attention DoughertT, aged 5 months, senouslj injured by mg a stove fail on bun 1 i mi L head badly ent Mrs F aria broken uin mier 11 Is injured H F ST nlxs crashed i imes l IB j lacerated. W ni el i lhati her eve torn out In the excitement and contusion it was 1 Pi mniiien t I iww r De ul LTICA N. T Oit '1011 E H Pirn ill lieu vestc i d n itteiiioin it his utilise t t m t u H rppi-e j tt the Ins nsti t u t u i. ti u i cttu v tl s but b soul e1- nit mber ol u s> j i uses no tue w is an 1 foi tin Intu i jt rht Lhe- 4 drntn throuuh bur He h 11 b en m poor heiilth lor il >mrs and if ano fill md mcnired his hip wliich piab ably hastened his death nnvu tell or Hlh. Get s_Phoenix P P ilmer tht siift moser who m _h killed Lau er T ihn H tu the blon of a rnr rmiii is eiuiMit i t M it [uansbiughrer u the list tie is huncc I in tue intiutmt nt bv a jiu m tlie i il sessions iciuit ibe j penal! is irom ro tupntv TURF TOPICS W i STC i r-.-f. mY TIT ft t--------- Mvlu IU w TAKE NOTICE, PLEAfeE. j to obt im a complew list of the wounctel Iti> known that scores ware There IB no better place to get the eut bv flvln-. s -MS aud bruised uy falhng nnest and rarest roses ahruba, fruit and i bciims md timbers. ornaineiual treea Dutcb bulbs flower" j It is estimated that between seven and for your conservatory etc thau at! ten tons ot ponder were exploded, some TH F 9 Eiigle street near Seventh. Kt WARD I above re wrnt for uiy OIL ladigfuaun. oonBUpanun or cosnveness we caonotcorewitn WesfaVegeaule LaverPilla, when the directions are steciiy complied witn. They are pmely Vegetable, and never tail u> givesausticBon. Sogarooated. Large botea, works until his death m ISM, when his Victor and Gen Heupy reports two or three times that amount TUC total 'oss, will befiom }200 MO to SOU OOa Tne company is nch anil rebuild at once Dupont Powder Works were estab m 1802 bj Eleuthe-e frene Dupont De "Nemours, distingmshecl Fi-enchmun who c ime to this country m to escape T r v persecution De Nemours continued to conduct tile soured only by JCiTN G. WSSA CO Sola 1 y MONROE'S Uuukirk.J( 7 by MO YOU GET THE WPONC SORT THE RrCHT ONES: A3E CALLED SPAPLRl PEARL TOP AND ARE 3EO. a. M4C8ETH I CO.. PITTSBURGH, PS, t Botli MIU ire The f it Pun. ho tr olt I (jreA (T "W Wenti :nt O i s iurdnv Hmi First i-i i 4 u iii lot K MiinUit II time is vet out! rut HI mitt Blllv H Ki I t ik Bt t B tnilt c. Ilnifi 11 t tht Hunmmicli hnnthtap H -t m 1 I n a Belle Hilev f me U j I imh rite the Flint ntiorf hnntlie in foi i ar liU '4 1 Pctci Ilu tint 1 1 I F i i so ii Fieknrv kes for eat i olds U urnanient 1 P inq let I i t me if I 1 Esquimau 2 I tlllle I Flooiitlile At s noes reunited Innie Clark Cincvoo Oct 3 Yestei liu fl 11 tn s rue it Miosnone 1 i Po-t Odds uni 1 beeonil raei -H Revival 1 Mellle OJ. lolm tnnt jy Tlitnl I niile St. Albana 1 Labi-icor JIndolin time 1 Fjnrthraie Lemou 1 foiperfled ElaramboiiiR 1 mil 1 '4. Fifth race tj Bonnie 1 He i btone J, Sounre I tune ylsth nre 1% miles er himlles inflow 1, Toe D Eiphm tirai T- L4 At L.itonfii.' LATOMA 1C> Oct -jummant1- if yester- day s es Frstrue i mile and 70 van! (ixninast 1 timt Sit mil ric 1 mik Rogci Vunt Kite J, Pnllm in t inn I I" Third race m "MirttlT Tom 1 Blarnej stone J. lime 1-1314 Fonrfli rate, the Zoo stakes, rnr >eai old tillies -ft tenipei i i e o i, Anuc Elizabeth i Miss Ha kin- i, time 1 Fifth l-uc Bob L 1 Puila Ida o time 10 _ At GtjOCC ESTI iu N I Oi t 3 Yesterday's nu es as follows Fn-st "i c Misj, 1 Gnltlm I GOH.S i.nee time. I setoil nee fin Umpire Kelly 1, -i J, Piessuiore time 1 Hi rrt race Glo-ter 1, Tugsler 2, Wm Dah Ir time Si Fon-thraee lav P Dee 1 Harry Hussell Repucliator 1, time, 1 _HVj Fifth race, 1 nulu-Cai-tier 1 Maia Z, Par- thian 3 time. Lot t ill I Il_ II t t 111 UK II (lilt I Iff t 1 i m u it Ik i v i 1 m mi iu tl i It Ul U Ml I 111 m l ill I 11 il u I i i I ru t u 1 liiorliii WT.S i ni'l i" i is si iiulin.' look uj it i 1 i r nui I lo Kii' [u ls W l II _ 1 V t I t 111 It v It IIIIIKI I 1111 f an i t i hiu ue v L- i ii n i s tttuu jou v tikttl ip 0 b i i ti s t the mir r om in 1 ip n h M us, nr ml v pin t u u i I u U -u i i nh ilei 1 t l rb I u u 1 slu bi ike out s b ji in I i u_ f I m 1st tell I Tiusr she f 1 i i it 1 md I it kniu sti n_ht at hpr i rliti ht pi i i r sin vti i He sud 1 'i n s D i hei npsei moved mil n MI k i u ib it stimk lie- 111111 b i 1 un tnr btnvimf 1'e i af th. uitniss bi< mil t bm_ It is ui 11 uueiits before Mi-s Qm r It ll pi need 1 hi m per ft lunintd ten rciltt tlie f lien t iu r tt hi-aer How eueh lit k i m tint i i n b it -at in cur i'Ut c i sin -lie nilv him ime m i tut u tie her lit r f kel t V Ji -t nnr -it ll I n ir nui mnn till me ii m Hue iesr m 1 t Hi 1, ut t I t) e 1 tiken riom ht mi u deieisei i lennilcd tiie hat touu I ue ti tbe both and other utielis of Jns loss mined bv Mr [live m Pi npstor line there in the centeti inn ti 1 mi i mi worn in but b 1 feu sen t d n un mv hiiab mtl in ae uiur f iliu i My In itlui b is for the IK ir f mi M irs irunl nmples for coinmeifi.il LJ i f lei's knew of his be n_r u rested except foi not SUD portnm bis Iu in-uei o i iitestiou liy Mr Lreiman. wiritss ttimitte i jl b been comicted if in R ie test r She alwi le knonleuucd kept a lioase nt ill famt m 1 tiekport Mr Geiman failed to eh 11 t irtii r vv1 lenee of impoi t mce frt iu flu vvitniss Mi-s Qui_h id bin liy Mi i ihu t no is t hi position of he let isi t mil his supposed victim and thi i bm nj in faets were de- rtl tn s ie hen ex tniimd bn milting f nn imptirt nice was ut In n !ie etiiio touk recess foi ipi PI lutil t> I pi n it um n_ the pu oner i no e% ilt i let Mi rermin iiuirtssed tht n He itniirt tl ut that tlie enwn hntl netlkntp itriusr the ptisotierex tli >t it Mrs Quslev He also con demii tl t'u ie on o uetecm es in trying to induce the prisoner to make l cou fesatun tlso n their br-ngiug him to Ciniidi wit i th un 'ei tailing thut it was ro ide irm tin bub He nnrely dis- cred u i t ne 01 .Irs Q ho n i i ei n t such a h i rt i i hown ru evuleiuedud wnn n id onK jrixen th n innition -he w is iirutl of bf p inisiied Mr Ionian m 'i ipiwi'il in 1 Bloijuent appeil in fa or il ru pn-i ner I i r- ut 11 he crown said that iirs i n us tesiifMiig iu unst her own lire tiler mil woulil not be likely to sweai ilseh t i imjienl him antl that the prisonf md lert his wife lying on the rocks in 1 ranking no utempt to find wheti 11 sin w re dead or ilive, His Hunur Hose then reviewed the pvid nee 1 stionglv against the pn oner Hi ild tbe jury should return i upon the evul nee if it a e.Lse of si it ide n accidental the pn-nnt'r was innocent if jot he wai flip vos mveii to the jury at 1015 The jun c ime to the for mstmc tions which w. i e en .nd thev again retired vnci tame m at IJ 45 this morning flith a let of jinlt> I ht jutltie sentenced Hiovt Dav to be handed fin N 18. Prisoner took his sentence coolfv reporters have been ittend mg the trial. Danuljiill l.umn Allmi.ull. 1 "IIS! 111 J U I I -11, I tl II I 10 ,1 M tnes Flnxt mil Wo klllMkel-l iibhiuan ui I iije -I I oula- r a d o o n i o i i i- j s liimim- ii i I i 1 o u 0 J IIH T1 'Oted wiis Wi mien vci mi u i u n I he pulln ami then pus M ids tor Ccntriil nvtniit Third to Fifth) md Lion street (Thud o Fourth) weie The repoit is mntedon the second ptiirc The 1 >wpst nds were those of Vllen JB Willnunu he prices being -Jll 4S ami ?fi IT, eapectively These exceeded the n .fineer s estimiites In the asc )f Centrul ivenue liv 1UOO uew clnrter section 7 requires bids to he accepted must n it the engmcer-B estimate The Imb, wei r It llku anvthmg more will be done th j, J the matter The lowest bid for Cent! il avenue thelarge including curbmir, gu tenng, crossings inleta and ail was at the rate of 08 per square yard Omit- ting curbing and flagging it woe il One of the contractors 3aid that m the the price might be reduced five cent on account of bitter hauhnc and consequent cheaper material, m a large job the price might be reduced dfteen per cent The price on Lion street was probably a little higher than the price for Central menue us the job la smaller The price of stoue per cord estimated by the engineer at Tlie actual price advanced to before the time lor receiving bids Manic In the Pnblii Mr Edmund F bawyer of New Yoik irnved m the city yesterday and du- ing the next few days will give mstrue lion ;n the use of the new musical syi tern adopted by the Board of Ediu i- tion An endeavor will be m ide to mve taore Chorougbly immnded instruction in the study of music m the publir schools, and the National Music System of Messrs Ginn Company was adop ted Musical charts have been received and will be plaredin all tne departments and Mr Sawyer will explain their use Eie will lecture to the teachers at mec t mgs -ifter school hours and will visit the different departments in school time He will be here until Friday Mr Snwyer will be remembi iccl as rendering two delightful aoloa M the June commencement Women's Literary (lub The Women s Literary Club held its first meeting of the year on Tuesday at Mrs. Liagiey FullagarX by whom a paper was read upon The 8iaternond of Reform after which a livply dis- cussion, touk place ay the club A vocal solo was rendered by Mrs Keyea and instrumental solos by Mrs Howe For Bent. House on Eagle Street m good conilr lion. Eight rooms ami cellar hii quire of F. E Shaw Orfit Central Ave Tlie Official Eeports of tlia United States Government, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, New Jersey Commission, 1889, Ohio Food Oommiauion, 1887, prove that Cleveland'a ia THE STRONGEST of all the cream of tartax baking powders: or alum powders whatever strength, should be avoided u Injurious. SPEP1AL ANNOUNCEMENT CTT iinnint in 11 Salary TT iiiinttiK if suitable nub jpportun- ir t tail to rf proscnt re p in ble i k Ii 11 d Ilefornni M uniliu limir k llsS, V Y wTtmuvKl tie> p itrin Attornovn, BIB 7tt si U iBluiiki.ii I) i Mln u t I'awntOf- (1 c 1 iu nls i iU4iiuil Un IHAUCM aernnyi. I i HI M tiki, i MKUiiftl I'atent UiulnoM W mr IIIHI va-
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