Dunkirk Evening Observer, October 10, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. HEP R ESENTA TIVE tfSINJBSS HOUSES OF DUMKTRK, K.CLXNG MACI119E for alt kin-is of blanks u the latest to of Dank irk Printing onapany. KR. GIFFOKD, 2tl anl 5Z> Centra! Are. Artjftic Photographer Habtcs a specialty. Sitters fur annshine except for iCS Pro- i.rif i-i E. .-seconii street. near Bui- N'. Y. Mu- to. AH work i CftOCKKRY MJs Central ive 21 per day. Victor arnl 337 Lion stre 'ITT 'Jailer i te Shore s A DUNKIRK, N. Y., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. NO. 52. MURDEREDBTA MANIAC. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT THE KINGS COUNTY INSANE ASYLUM. ON Center street, Practical iiorse-tsfaoers. Partir.uiar :o interfering- tivcting floraea a of L) EVENING OBSERVER. ly in uie Coanty. Aa adrerusing meinam. i l IUSKIKK COMPO.Y Formi-r'.r Sellew Puuuie. of Knginea, Puji.-ys. I Alunx Patterns, .tail Machine Wurk lo onier. SH1BT tinier street, omwell" "Du itirk' ihirtfl. On aaic ai dry nouses D TOO.UK T. 134 and :r ;n co, an, -au ami iUur.j -i- e3 in UunJurk. I Hay. I'uuo Jimmy Dougherty, Wfco tori.ty the Cruz? Admir.r of Marj Shooti Dr. Lloyd, the An- Superintendent of the Asylum. Tlxe ArrMteit Ad- to Sfra, Aedersoa-'Varv'.trro. Nzw YORK. Oct. before 6 o'clock last evening, James Dough- erty, thv insane lover of Mary Xavarro entered the office of the Kings County ;ind asked the superintendent. Dr. Fleming. The as- s-ipprinteml.-nt. Dr. George F. Li'.yd. recognized him Orf having escaped Er'jin the JL-iylmn n, fortnight H.jio .son.rht to hia aiteution. Dough- erty had a loaded revolver in. euc.-h hand ami fire! them simultaneously ami Dr. I.ioyii M] to the Boor mid in.-.rnntlr ex- pired. bullet Uxlinnjj in his throat and o'hcr Tiivrinz the hjml. tbi-n the asylum and tor the Kinii.s (.'i.'iuity hospital wish the avowed intVTiiion of killing Dr. Arnold, oue of the >iir_'eijns there, but fortunately that i' the hitter pliwre his rteps were lort un'il he wan arrested at, the Xtr.v York IITUUMIIS of the britJsce. ,'is he iuiffrom a train and taken to the Oak strict ,t.i--oii. Hia arrest wns due to Dr. Eiiwm Afford of Washington, one ol the .spc', ial enumerators who was taking th the nsyiurn at the time of the Hi- followed DotiirherTv to the wht-re the murderL-r threatt.rlt-d t.' him. bur. he ellldwl t.-ie I'r. A.-ii'urd had just come over tirMjie. after notifying the Brooklyn P'.h.-t-. that the murderer would to Xe-.v York. On th? very next train IVv.iah -rry came and r-n.l had the two '-t.-v. 1 .t: :uic: CONVICTEO OF ADULTERY. OVATIO.V. Jury in th. of W. H. land a of Guilty. XoRHlSTowy, Oct. The of William K. Grrtcland. late of rille practice in the Twenty-third regi- ment, Brooklyn, N. Y.. and lately a resi- dent of Xorristawu, charged mil h adultery Blanche R. Brwklya, whom first met at n brnmn drill, "wris tried in ths iii.'ti'goniery county court. Mrs. Greenland, formerly Miss Mary C. Mercalf of Chittenanao, N. Y.. lived with him m Brooklyn untii 1WT, when he said he was unuble to support her. and sent her to her parents in Chittenaogo, wjjero she has since resided. Her huslmnd baa iiving in N'orris- tr-wn for am moniijs with Miss Pratt aa I his wife. A THUS WESTERN GREETING TO THE NATION'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE. TIsltji Great COB! P.tlsH-r un.i Addrtsunt a Mull itnde ol Admlrorii Mr. Hiirri.ion'i Compliment to the Thriving Western City .VoTrl Salate to by Three Thoiiniuut School i-r ;it-, and -sev i rs ;ji: "My I bye. I wish I (ii-epiy arai.; c- It'- a nuin' letters, '-r r.f a j Depol. J J ary J. MitrpbT, a; .111.1 ii F.' Leaders of Faaiuou E tietnle'UlllJ j UUe of the i: i- -s-f to in-o." and read: must LOW bid you sood- you all happiti.-s.s. You me. hut i the an.I fn-.-ly for- ever I a in hurt by U.-IT-- ;.j you. Lappy rind true." l-t.er I'niiiUus incoherently i'.d and love a.- f..i; ,ws: r-rn1. 'it' to rep-esent God. 'MI-' 01- '-ii.-.' a.- I think i-.-u.-iini-i-d. Ir there in u. I i I AKCU, STKAM ftiKATIM-. lUiufiicturers of 5 team I STEAM L.VL.SUKV. Marv. I Tii. It i, :i.itnre. s. I i-in ui; vrould r in riii" -ry. A litr; Free UKH.tC E. Tlr.nl cor. of Buffalo iena Fine "Or. .-s iiore of rhi-ai l.rai.'i, my "fub 'l now I 1 i .MiV WELLEK'S >EW STORE, K y aud'A tctiy c Lo a i-l-i Other l--tters were to hi, mother, -Mrs. Mariravet Doughrrty. Uean .V Y.: Yu'rk. and (.'harl s IVarson. room war depart- M: C'i'.. ir is learned That rKI.N'Tl.VG every r !-'W at h.-in niteu ar kill i Pniiticj Company, 'l io fcL secon-1 St. H. BURKS SUN, LJe, Accidaat an-.i Geaerai Insuracot. in HeHl iidtate and LOHUB. Par.ieulu: :iiuon paj.l M> tde CAns oj t-olieo j reauAc. iiy st, IQ.I floor. >N HUE'S PHARMACY. Jot' Central Atenue lor Will Payer fi.Qt. Una, J B.u he Th.it he went TM kill mm ful'.v t-spected to SPORTING MATTERS. J. W., 209 Censer street, er la liar irniles, LOliars, Trunks, Whips, BunV.o x' r-i aii'. The otut-r ev-. d ai- It S 1 SCUOLTJCS, IT liaat TMri Tailor. lln-l tl tatar to call on me before eiaewtiere. H. C-iKT A CXX, Lum street piiea, Oil Clataa, i Px ji 17 LIN w, IV Ic-tgtirs, K DunkirK fnnaag Company, -S An.l lo t. Second it. UUOLPU HOLDKSHAt'EK, Cor. Taird mail Bailalo Su in Gnuiiie, Marbie, Jai.tUiig UaiJ on me our aiiie-wiiit- A CO., 7 and 3 East Front isreci. Waisfey, Wines, Braa-liea. v-w-.-t.eral Liquor score for tJa R i r. i A H H.T.-. Ki ,1 K. Harr, H'.TT ian4. .1 :i KOBCKT .HcKAY, Lion street, near Ibe tiepoL. SAle, Lirery SUibln. >Uiohng bv the tiav or on reasonable Tune. tliu J. 301 Central Ave. Insurance Iteiti l 1-iie, Accident, a no atxentoti iu liiiiir tical C. X TS i., Thira fiLs oor. ;idior M.urKet. i resu, saH Heats, J-ard, sauaarus, tjyatera Buy tne Acrura Kailroari Waicn. IX-ipainag a specialty. Frank E. Tmnl aL At PI. 1I.-K A' H.'. Raitiin.. At L 0 0 2 R. H. K. 0-47 5 -10 T 1 Grim and R. H. E. 6 HI 5 U ;md Tat-j: Kecfe aad H. K. ii (I i! 0 0 0 0 2 5 U ii n ii- 7 1-' o tad B.iirh: Heaiy anr. W3 TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is uo belter place to get the fiuesi and rarest roses, shrubs, fruit aud ornameudi trees, DulcU bulbs, flower- your cocservatory. etc.. than at Ta. VASDKRMKCLES'S, Eagle street. Dear Seveotli. 100102 0 U I 4 .1 2 .in and Munyan; K u D i o c o a 'I II 1 u 1 II 0 REvVARDi WE Will pay the iOwv re ar i for Sick eaaaoccore Wests Vegttaine Liver Tui. wben Use K'li> t. W jt bv Vimrrnacy, LtuaJtirk, N. Y. CHAMBERS ERASER, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. BTg. BCWALO, N. Y. aa Harrington: Sij R. H. K. 5 2 .T 7 ii 4 aDti R. H. K. 0-154 4 S 2 MrAuliffu and Meyer to Fight. Oct. l h-- 1'jnies h -re a match Iwtwei Jnfii lie VulltYf a! 'y Meyer for fi.5 a n bv the i irieaas. Eiich man i.s to pay hi-, expenses. The live-ounce gloves. Orleans uuring the take in New early of to W> st Point. Oct. iy. Tlic fo. lowing Lave received cad iiituu- rs to J. Mc- f West hush iTiiirtieth dis- N York: James "VVhitley 'irMiiland's defense vras that be wraa di- j vorcrd from his vrif. by ;i rcjorado coiiri in and married Mias j L'rntt :n Chicago in August following. 1 The pronec-.ition proved tiiat the j vrai- never m was I never noriiied of th- in'eD.ieii divorce, ami j wa.-; never reprtswnh'd in the I charged i he jury chat these cir- ab.solureiy the di- vun.v in PenrisylvHniii. The jury rendered a verd.ct of iftiilty. THE PENNSYLVANIA SHIP CANAL It In Said it Will font an Much, If Not More Than the Canal. surveys of the, ship caaal are practically rain 1 and the corn mis-ion appointed i c.ioiv'r Ijy th-- will ii.sk the .state to' cinr.pl--e t.he L-nnal. The commission find ihe -vnierue feasible, and f.ivor a route a.oiiir iie Beaver river to Lake Erie. comm s-ion. as a l.ody. have not aa yet iriven any Birurr- .-is what it will coat to buil-: the but as indivjiiuals they admit it, wil ...s tuuch. if not more Van- the cana. which connects niurio. The tost to un.ent for this icreat -.VJLS sometiiing like I %nii -ai members of the ci.nal com-; -r, have rtirnr.-d that it surely til :t amount io the new canal at -ion :i_nj ue lowest riLT'ires. that the waters ay to ?'r miiliniis i-r-jter annually canal. OTTI-MWA. la., There were oom- parat.vt-ly people ar the station when t.hc president's train pulled in here at 8 o'clock yt-sterlay rnorninfr. Col. K. ff. BallioKall. the president of r-nai escorted the president to a wlii h in for Him. The pn-s John Harrison of Ka-'-a.-, and his T -J. were at ti.e 'Iheyaot in .ho ca.-ria-e with (_V-1. .-sfl and thi; pr -i lent, and ML-i-t.her were dnvea ro M.-. residence, where the press.Vm r.nok breakfast with his brother itn-i his brother-in-law. At .0 o .-lorjc the president was escorted to p by the comnjitt.'e where h. was by rhe orhi-r meinljers of his party. the president's visit to the be returned to home of his sisti-r for ['r1 muient -tf the cit.y took the o' the presidential party s entertained them at .in.-; the pie-ident left the n..-r'- a of rhe -kies remained the rain soon cea-i-l and ah the arrangements for the p.-ir-ade pushed forward rapidir. The onier ot the procession was as fol- lows: Platoon of police: carriages, of the presi- dent and Governor Boies; the president's par; y in carriages: the Kovemor's staff mounted: the c al palace directors and the reception in carriages: mayor and ..-ity Urand Army and Sons of Iowa National civ-.c s.'cietie-: citizens on horse- ija- o'i font. The line of was y j through the prrncipa. streets of the city. An ainphirbea-rp had built on the other i to their hi. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. He Hail a i I.iTTI.E Ari i aa attempt Theeommls-ihiiLsiil- a; l A'iasns buildintr. ;e thepro-j 1 hree chiidr n wers seated there, e will be many aach with a rta-.' in hand. a -ivm than ou the; ual aomaare to the iire-j iear, while !ish voices a national ,-dr. The presidential party j drov- through the near the -tcbc.ol cbiidn-n, the rest. the parade on .-econd stn-et. When the heail of reacheii the publii.-square t.h.- an-i ;he other distinguished !--'ji-rs an-; ii Boies left, their rar- >lay ar O-IJT.-K county. Mr. iii-s canvass i'or back. rhe It was many of wh-nn from Death. is ru- Breckeuridire, Mon-! ye. Con way! r" -.-b-i-t ami while hej caii at hit! je -.vin.'., where a largt: fi-i-t from where he i The r- port attracted much! of tbe audience, ut of the house to! his speech, 'i hi- to his his place, was from hind with a slung-j places An n" ;he revi-n-j et-', t. wliir- t, on the reviewing eut stowl and re- enormous crowd iij; siand. ami the the procession dense crowd. It strangers were in what to say when I my fellow-cit zeus. I WHS glad co kenr the governor that Iowa U prosperous. We have here witness that it is so (indicating the displa around It offers I thiuk. solution of the origin of proaperic and suggests how it may fae Increased aar developed. We bars in this structure display o all the proiactij of the farm, and side b side with it a. display of the mechani arts. I in thin ccmhjnaiion. in thi diversity of interest and pursuit, in thi motnal and helpful relation between ti tillers of the soil and the workers in ou shops, each contributing to the common wealth eiich giving to the which he needs, we have that whirt" ha brought about the prosperity you now en joy. and which is to increase under the labors of your children to adegree that wi have not realized. You are favored here in having not onlj a surface soil that yields richly to thcr. wreck oc- :ay nii.mias at Fall j A in-iiiiit truin moving I -J of a heavy gra.le. c..-d ii-.u-n and crushed i -hat W.-LS foiiow- i il ,rte train wai rireman and one i to, i lire and thirtv' Un rlie s and. the members of the troveruor's st.tiT wi-re preseti'i-d to ihe r'.e stand the presi- lent ri-s'-.m.-d i; s seat in the carriage with Doi-s driven direct to :be paiaci-. There a larice was Ijut a niiiirary company kept- clear a from riie main entrance to the which had been erected near centre of the building. The r'-s; i.-ut'- entrance was Lrreeted with ap- t'l.iiisr. Wli-n the m.-mliers of the presi- e-i. Col. Balliin.-all ies, who in a brief ci- insumed. -petcii n-.-i. in spirit in which lie wo-d- e. ssill an-! artistic taste of the of this city of which they may be very proud. I iook about it and" see s adornment ha- wrought with :har nre ami common: :at T havi- a.-sume-i. nobler the n_ers and thouiihts or" your peopl'.1, of that ar..' oiisly Hltrii-rtive. If I should attempt to interpret the lesson of rids I should -ay it was ail illustration of how much n.at i- artistic: an-1 -raceful is to be SU; 1 in the i-iiir.vmn rhin-js hetl. [Cries of -i; -n ,d ai.pla -e.l And it i> ;it 'o think in our American. home avt- this ideal in a decree c -cwhere. I clieve tiiat in tit-1 American home, v.-heth.-r in tin: city or on the farm, the he. Amen -an mother the children are ;io-i than "tjood." -g )Oii." and .fii A Brutal Revenue. TELITMSEH, Ala.. Oct.. a j 'f man named Dandy killed his wife and brutally beat his daughters, one of whom will die. Dandy had been intimate with a ie-.vd woman, ami when bis wife and j' daughters found it otit they the woman down an i beat her. This aroused Dandy's anger. Hs escaped. any ot cheer- t; s if.ri t be st ren He re e st-recgth of our in- be corruptei and ha.s lose ihe stone of it. rests. .-nt of arrangement I.anC Dav tu File Nominations. ALBANY. Oct. 10. To-day is the last day und.-r the Saxton ballot reform law cu which and congressional nom- inations be fil.-d with the secretary of state, there are about one-third of the congressional nominations which should be flle.l which have njt yet been received bv the secretary of state. to it won.d am; tlii- rip than t.- h -a water -falls. the W.-I5 .-r." A; Li.- p .cse liom-'s is fai I.eT it.--If t i n w.ijt-l b-r '-r o a water-fail irume- c...-, 'H- WM.S turned :u.-i: .'iid roar of th-water .-.1 voice almost completx-iy.} c, with a bra-s band arte-up a-.l'ire.-s a popular .I.T. e never be.rore been in the roar of Xiagara. anil I think if I were tbi.- au- ii-nce wh-ther they -r -ee that b-autiful display waters (poiniintr) ir me, '.vould vote for the [Cries of "No, and shut, off but I iiit the management succeeded finalo. hi tu: iiini: oil tbe -water, so thai the de.i noise ceased. i "Ih.id that tiiere were limita- A Verdict I.ingo. j of tbismeeringthis CAMDEX. J., Oct. lO.-The coroner's i aftern ou. to the governor and juryinihe case of Mrs. Annie Miller re- j my an.1 that no political susgestiou of turned the following verdict: ".Mrs. Annie i au-, Miller's death was willful murder, done i frjj. with some -harp instrument, accord- ing to the evidence submitted w-e hold fo? Francis Lingo responsible for the fo, 1 for 'pin a It is quite clinicult. called upon sal am every day, arid sometimes three or four times a day. to make short addresses with Increase In Canal ALBANY. Oct. 10. The caaal tonnage for the week ending Oct. 1 was 191.079 tons, an increase of tons over the tonnage of the corresponding week: last year. was to i.e intn-d iced into thi? concourse of Amerijan citizens; both of us have good caase against the Prohibitionists us with this argument cold w-ater. [Great laughter and ap- pa-seci over the A. V. P. railroail to-day. Jacob Miller's Rum Punch fo a fine hot drink, for eouahs anil coliU. H. Stickney is fitting up hi? store and dwelling No. SiO Lion as a bar. -The funeral services of the late Mrs Theodore Winters will be held at the St John German Lutheran churcb. the Rev Hr. Rueckert officiating, at p. on Sunday. A. W. Cumminirs of the Home Steam Laundry put a very handsom delivery wagon on tbe street to-day. It built by the Mulholland Sprinu Company, after his own design. ia made about little on Buffalo street, who chase pussers-by and pelt them with horseche-nauts. It is annoying, and those doing it are Ii able to severe punishment at the hands of the law. Superintendent Peters, in chitrtri; of building of the Harell shop, said t wag about impossible to get hemlock umber freely enough in to keep the work going as fast as it sbouhi. The now goins; on to the second spoi ou ing the palace, where a publ c reception was heW. The presid-nt stood on the speakers platform and shook, hands for fifty min- utes with the crowd, i hey passed before him. men. women and children, at the rate of i fty to the minute, and the presi dent had shaken bands with at least -J..VX) when a: S o'clock tbe time was cut off. The pn sidt-nt was then escorted back to bis car and minutes later the train palled out tor lit. Joseph. 'jrosvenor remained in Ottutnwa and deliv.-re-i H oolicical speech. A NEW CRUISER'S TRIAL TRIP. A Serio Brenk in Newark's Ma- iThin-rT Lays Her Up for Repairs. PHILADF.LPHIA. Ckt. new United States cruiser Newark down the Delaware yesterday morning on her trial trip. Thecrew aumbered'300 men composed en- tirely of mechanics who were employed in the conetruction of vesseL For nearly t'.vo weeks past the machin- ery of the cruiser has been kept running night and day in or'ertogive itathorough working tes; and enable the builders to de ect aod defect that might exist before ma kmg the start ou the preliminary trial shortly before 11 everything be- ing in readiness the Messrs. Cramp and others went on board, and a short time thereafter the bow of the large vessel was swung out into the str'.-jim. the machinery was sx t in motion and the cruiser started down the river at a liveiy speed amid the shouts of ihe workmen assembled on the piers and the shrill notes of the steam whist ies on the tug boats and other craft in the river. Just b-fore-she reached Wilmington an unusual jarring was noticed throughout the ship. "i'he machinery was stopped and an elimination disclosed that the rocker shaft bearing on the forward en- gine was cracked. The injury was of such a nature that it was neces- sa.ry to put back for repairs. An Knsineer ri--lied to Death. GntrrsvATi, Oct. Yesterday morn- ing Henry B, ruing, engineer at the Taylor brick works, v.-hilc the cogs of an immense h-tpper used in making pulp, was caught by the machinery and crashed to death. His body was a shapeless mass when found by the other workmen half an hour later. Killed at a Railroad Crowing. BETHLEHKM. Pa.. Oct. special train carrying Superintendent Olhausen ran into a farmer's at the Jersey Central crossing last evening, killing Frank Sell, ag-d 23 years, cutting the horses to pieces and demolishing the wagon. __________________ The Pnllman Palace Car company has successful in its suit against the Bos- siding is story. "scape- to the wash-basin in Judge Edward's office was stopped up ast night by some drunken man. and the basin overflowed, tbe water runniug down into Monroe's drug store iijuanti'y of patent medicines ihelves below. order went into c.Tec.-t on the Erie the 1st of October, thai pleases all rainmen. It that nil trainmen will 'eceive pay frnni the time they are cilkd. An intempt was made to estab- isb such an order about three years ago, bin it failed to receive the sanction ftheofficials niul dida'i materialize. L'ndtr ihe old system their limes beiran afltr leaviusr the yard, ai.d they are of- en detained several hours before leav Board of Underwriters of iortJiero Cb.auta.qua met at the Erie lotei yesterday. There were present lexers. L. S. Morgan and C. L. ticiliie f Syracuse, and W. S. Dewey and T. B. Eben of: Rochester, 5prri.il aiienis. If the members of the. board, there were resent Messrs. G. Frank Lapliam, aierry Creek, G. W. Reynolds. Forc-st- ille. H. T. Wilberof Predonia, F. IV. homas of Silver Creek, and J. L Van uren, S. J. Giffurd and C. H. Harris of hia city. Mr. George A. Starr of ibis ity was elected secretary of the Board. Grand social hop will be given 'uesday evening, Oct. 21st. by the Knights of St. George, Coinmandery 'o. 90. of this city, at St. George's Hall a Rail Road avenue. This company as the reputation of having some of the nest dances and entertainments held n the city and the committee are spar- 2 no paius to make this aa en- oyable as the rest. The hall is one of he tinest in the city for dancing pnr- and all those wishing to enjoy a good pleasant time should not fail to be m hand the 21st "f October. Tickets .50 cents. Xew England supper and apron sale at the Baptist church last evening succeeded far beyond the expectati. "f the young peupie under aijs_ pices it was arranged. There was a large variety-of aprons rot sale includ- ing tine white and neat gingham aprons, among which the lasus of all could be- easily gratified. From the aprons alone a profit of twenty one dollars and sev- enty fiye cents was realized. As will be seen by the total amount of profits, forty-five dollars and twenty five'cents, a large number were seated at. the ta- bles. The poong people feel highly gratified over their success and extend their hearty thanks to all who so liber- ally patronized them. Salamanca Republican says: "The Hoa. W. G. Laidlaw left Olean for Washington immediately after the the close of the congressional conven- tion. He accepted the result of the convention with his accustomed equani- mity, and assured his friends that he should carry no heart burnings back to Washington becauae the convention failed to make him its choice for a third term in congress. Mr. Liidlaw made a dignified, straightforward canvass under adverse circumstances, and it is no re- flection upon him that he failed in a re- nomination. His absence from the dis> trict most of the time while the convm-a was being made by other necessarily put him at great disadvan- tage, and gave them opportunities to capture delegates which they would not otherwise have had." The Boon! of Supervisors. MATVILLE, Oct. 10.- Noth- ing of especial importance was done this morning. An adjourment was taken at twelve until three. The session will not probably ae ended before to morrow forenoon. down'" their to in in Good old fashioned kind of tin ware in our house furnish- ing goods department. We claim the credit for "hammering retail prices on house furnishing tinware present point. Tinware makers know us for buy quantities and they give us the inside track on prices so we hand them ovt-r to our many patrons. It is both cheapest and convenient to buy tin ware of us. Honest s at popular prices is a combination always to be found with us. You will be amazed at the low prices we are offer- ng tin ware where quality is compared with other. "Popa. ar" and original low priced household goods establishment. Use the new perforated pie pans 5c. Baking SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OTODDA.BT CO.. Patent Att St., ashinffton, C-, opp. C SOT. Patents. Careao ami Be- l eis 7th S. Patent Of- Lasuen acecuretl. Trade Marcurcgistered. All Patent businen Bonducie.i Jor moderate Feen. Information, Adrice anil apecial references acne oa request. AA HOUR in.iili! live Agent felling "Our for Every gunr- For further jHWrese, liAM-OILI. 4 V. The Reports of ttie United States Government, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, New Jersey Commission, 1889, Ohio Food Gommiasion, 1887, prove that Cleveland's is THE STRONGEST of all the cream of tartai baking powders: or atom powders, whatevar thall itrengto, ahoold avoided GtMit r.i3 state OA. Rurlteu ui lo tile .Iliuljiic m ijjin.af in iil.-ir that he Uu> buiMmir tnr- lui-rly bv U. II. MuiU-u, Si Ka-st Llnnl street, and hrw u up m m-'Ser, ami with the help .-.f Mr. w. A. Mua- I i-liaiv, IP iirt'iinretl to harlwrinff i Thaiikinir for pa-t i I -liarc n( thu u. A. ItCKIIEE. THK baby has its preferences as well as anybody, and the taste of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup renders it acceptable to every infant. Price 23 cents. It is a mean thing to be suffering from catarrli. still many people go on tortur- ing Uiemselvts. when they miffht find almost instant relief by using Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. I limit u-rions that, are upon me as w the j ton aad Albany road for infringemeul of upou which I may speak, to know j pateflfc (Arttlitinna! Telegraphic Sews on 3rd page.) Electric Needed. The OBSKBTEK hua received Ihe fol- lowing for publication: MR. notice there is an urg- ent demand for SB electric light on the corner of Dear street and Third. I st-c- ond the motion, and move that a light be placed on the Buffalo street crossing. Then that would complete the street be- tween the avenue aud depot. If the Wa- ter Board would kindly consider this mailer and act favorably, they would receive the of the citizens. X We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and.light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and tish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them Our GESTS1 Cali Shoe in Button and Congress in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for th money that has ever been of fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street C.C. PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIS ST., BtTTFAI.0, N. T. OK.1_LKH IS Diamonds and Jewelry Watches JSlfGR.I A (V. filtLf) COMI-LETS OP BUFFALO, N. PEARS' SOAP is the MOST CLtCAMT TOILET SOAP Of all DnufintJ. of FINE STATIONERY! -A. 8PECI VLTY AT- SAtE rarl W.OiTKD 10 sell our ltiea 01 cam just upened; Lt-r work. We CTiaran- house reliable J to .1 MONTH ,-.11, m.v.e u-iirkniiT tur ID-. I'ursims pTVfem.il vrlio .-nil turnish a :inii iriTc tlluir wbiili; liim: u, Uie -pare may be proilialiiv vmnluvi.il .-linn. A for vai-anc-itwin nn'.l B. t. Juliimm Co.. Va. Dry and Caxpets. AMERICAN BLOCK. 396 402 Main Street, BUFFALO. V Y. A.S TO THE FASHIONS. ure born fonhionable, some thieve fnnkion, fnthian Ju tint uftn ifiotk Cfntrlnn Lamb, alien ttiUur brouyU nfn mat tcith a.icelT.t-1 collar ami him It ia right to n a yon It is almost aa easy aa to be oux ol tuhion. unless you are indifferent like oaitrlend. Lamb, who, as genius, could aCord to be so, From us yeu cau learn about the newest fashions in dry goods, in all that pertains to ladies' wear, auch aa dress goods, cloaks, etc.; in gentlemen's gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc.; and in carpels, draperies and in- terior boose decorations. The newest Fall and Winter styles are ready iu all departments. A dsrful lot of attractions and bargains on every hand. it yon want a drew, here are fashion- able fabrics from the world's centres oC fashion, choice goods and baruajaa in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a rarpct, if you want dry goods of any kind, or a book (we mttsn't forget the come to us sod see the fashions you can't come, write, and learn what ia fashionable in wearing apparel, in house furnishing.- and in literature. Don't wait to fashion tLrust upon you. You can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about any- thing in our line of business. are sett freely, queries answered in- stantly. Contrary to the rule, you wfll Sad shopping with us through the mails a great success. OBSERVER OFFICE. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, D.RF JUTD CARPETS; AJTERICAS BLOCK. MAIS BCTTAIO, V. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures VSPAPERr ;

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