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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y.. MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, i CJSINfiSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. RUUXG MACHINE tor all kin la of blanks id the latest niiditit lie MechaaiRal Department of Dankirk Printing Company I GZFFOKD, 223 and 225 Central j Artwoe Photographer lotograpns 2 not InsUnuneou Sitters annahma except fo ttMlIk lavlNC. Pro .No. 18 E Seuuul utrcet. near Ln tLreet. i-unkirt 3t T j[ f auipltleu, etc NiuiMl in a'l uvlrit ijrlrr lue i IjClfc. TUCK'S CBOCKERV vOS Central Vvenue. i jiesitJi ana c Lhtna. dealer in t At Bales p. r luv Hnuxlinu Stable in count. D i Victor 3.1% ami J37 Lion street, 1 UTY HARBKK SI1OP Nagle Prup aiier Lake shore National neuter an 1 Thinl at reels A line ato. K j foreign anil Lxneitu, ijm O.VICLXN -MIS. -J3S aCrecl. Practical aurne-alioers. Ptrtu mar auekQoi "to interfering liiines. Shming if rom tr >ctiag Dorses a EVEXIXG OBSERVER. I.arifent Daily in tnt> County An unequalled advertising medium. UtrjTKIRK ENOENXKKIMU forme ly Sellew Engines, Pu'lcy Snaftinu Hangers, etc. i >-giuf Caaonga, Huihme to onlcr DCS tlltM. SH1HT v.0, AP j.a I -l Center street, Manufacturers ol tli Cromwell' and 'Uunk.ru perfect flam Ureu bhuta, Un dele n all leailing f'lrmjh slot, .ng ana dry gooiU lumneo m Dunkirk. Dr TU03UEK, 4J4 and -JS L.ou Dealer in Floor. Feed, etc. irsm, alt. Baled Hay 1J77 tJiiiinz Union d Depot, tuny accou? to alII trams a ul bun atMboiuea, Beat iv CUUHHMUUHIIB lor lam aareial Travelers lohn J Murpuy, i. HLJLK3 CO., U ST an 1 h Hi ml street A MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY. SUICIDE OF A WEALTHY YOUNQ NEW YORK CLUB MAN Walter A, Keraochan. ttM Son of a Capltallut of Plttig.ld, Mau., Deliberately Top at Hl> Head Off With a It U Said th. Young Man Wa. Lately Troubled With Imtamnla. Oct Walter" A Kar nochiu a wea'thy yount; club m in com mitfrc! SUK de m ha rroii n the Delta Chi club at 5 o clock yesterday morni ng, by blowing off the top of his head with a' revolver Kcrnochan returned to the club where he resided, about midnight Situ day n'jjht having spent the evening i miking social calls Shortly iiftviua he retired to his room At Urj( k cl policnmun potrolbng the beat in front the club house a pi-tol shot and once admittame to the clnb en] of Ki rn >rnan H ilnb mates who lik himself ocoipipd npartmen! Hiii rln lniil  p muut. u> on tr C> CO.. Lcntrut Ave Gentlemen uuUIttLra 1 AKKLL HTKAM UK ATI NO CO.. ol bteao Ueaung Sanitary Plumbing a LJ UMK STEAM LAUMUKV. our Fine Suirtt, 1m., ollirs OK, CunX 4c, and Curtains. Jree Uehv ry A V? luminniifri. Ml Cetitar street. H. K. UKHM. .Thin! at. cor ol Buffalo and dealer in Pine Boots Sboea UtNKV WE1UCJTS -SEW STOKE. 1U3 B Third at. Stationery, Musical In eieryUiirg pertaining to a Ursl uook tore bchooi uoolu a -pecialtv JOB PKISTISO at every description and at rates by Dunkirk Priming Coinjjuny, d ami lu EL second St. JU. VAX SON. Fire Lue Accident and General InbUrucaa. Deal- On m Ucal Estate and Lonug F articular -tuentioii paid to the atre oi property collect- ai rcnu otc. ila Center au, Jml door >NKOaV3 rHAKMACI, JGO central Avenue ir Wall Paper Pi.nl Oils, i PCKKTX9, J. W_ 309 Center atreet, Hiinnfacturer in Harness.Saddles, Hnulea. collan. Buffalo Kobnu, of Truphlfs to at w r i FON Oct saho >alvo of tueen rl ib cries ind mls- .pllini n s "uurnhs" the milals which lie ithl strii-rnled for--a tint iv after mon wen form ill p espnte gym i-inni dunlin eln 1 juse that tV lereni >ni s t o j mm ig until a i e In i r baft in tub man ned into tl e j nmaaiiini in i boil; tlie mem liers ni us it. umbiellaa mil i hei tbemsches lio v ik Vthletic lul p U t >o I nr rhpv ,inl n it in ike so m i n noise ik. fti- utiittir- Hi lest ninidtliib lulu utlipiiiv anil vvih it t he Bailey Bank- mil H 1 1 tn olij Mr lji-rn m i um il the wi mer of the pirn, e to be tue M tnliartitn Ul letic club of rk nliH.ii w m lsj p, im beat- ing the Nevi Uh tx el 1 which liul HOI 147 Hie ami- vim i u t w u> forcuthu-1 i-ti< chi is t ie I in in'nen Ute tin-list t n of the un i nn ti-iun n is o u the ir vil went ilinrn s mi To cnjoj the hi ijnt of tne C (ilunil ii tn ake in the town losav 1 it tile v i-.it 1 i ous time- would but pntlam e'piess the enthusi a.pioiil to heard on all sides wher ited eres con- IRON MEN IN CHICAGO Prepikrationa for the Rereptlon of CHII il 0 Dot 13 A.H ci iborare pro- gram ha- 1 een irru _'i d f r lie nienr tla nn i ers of the linn and vutlli-- ute HI h V, rbin In_u i ri ti in l'i will lie met at the -t i i n bj   ot tin _eneroJ rei ep ion com 11 L rue ti itispi rta tlOU CUlllIlllUrt o HI 1 UMUlt. tliell to the riinous hotels q i.irteis line il re ul >x.en bea U 1 1 !0 o clock Mnor mil form welcome the le ceie n ID t ike plure m parlor of the Pahmr h m-e Vfttr the the visitors will be (trneu through lueniu brand Drvxei Ixmln JacVsou anil slung p irk. to the ft aslnn-cton park club THE PRESIDENT AT HOME Karrlmn at Iiidlannpol Formal Beoeptlon. INDIAVAPOLIS, Ind Oct 13 -President Harrison and party reached this citv at 6 o'clock yesterday morning, aftpr an un run from bt. Loom, Ihe car in which the par y truels WM plated on a spur pe ir the Luion static n Hid tbe ocrnpan's di 1 not make their ,tppi arance nntil 8 o i lo, k Mr J R president s son m law accompanied by M  1 M i shal Rama ell and Mr C K oE he diid Ohio diiMn to tlie Dcnison IIOUSH at whu h tliej mi Ie their lieadq miters dur iaif tiie d 17 Prnate Halford w as e guest of H smiih -ecretary Tracj aci omj anie 1 by Marshal KamsdeH, called Ht th Mi Kce resi lente dunng tne morning ind after a short time spent in comer-ation thp president the in i tl i proceeded to the First Prf-l mt their lives and a woman w s fata ]v injured at a small lire whi  cars of 145 The president after service took Inn it the Denison with Secreta; 1 racy Ue remained at the hotel about two I ntirs (turn g which time many people cal en to piv tlcir respects ihere was no fointal rectpuon and the v sitors were greiwi mm h m the same m inner thev would u hPen they bepn C np in Oeu Harrison m bib law offi< e Uiti r in t'ie if einoou the president and i were dm en about the nt au 1 snl tke former took tea Ht he VieKee residence where he spent the ev  returned to their --pedal car mwhcii bpi nd the L via'he Bu Four' apoar n'lv about 55 of t THEIR BOAT CAPSIZED Hen Drowned While to Lanillni- ut Kinknra, PHII Oit spenil to The fniin IvinKoi-i J SITS ?ue persons durauul in the rner -I nee at th knit k< rl icker bj the cap houses at this place jesteidav of i bout The n i IK- are unn i fohn rletiher used Flet her !..ed 4 healns Mern W .nl i not ited All live ivtd lure in v, icemjjl i 1 at M urell ubbins br k sari The men were tvi ntv thiee 1 ill each bout fouiteen ee lon.{ 're m e Lake -e house in an u] H i bi it with i ail In i r wn min 7< iif f -e I ii iv i A n in in 3d rears of 8ta UP .Tin n) ire 1 i p Mii Minnie R msoti ju i p d fiom the li torv t tin ,1 cwitlk 1 br iken We Mishi L Hi r i ijtiri s aie 'ltd l ie wu., c.ius l )smn of a kerosene mmp in thf h ill n fourih floor Ine but i I set tir to ihe st ur w i} and soon i ut fl imc burst from the rci-i iv n In i inn w la im meliatel tnin nn 1 a.-P ond one fol- 1< Hi i ui e nere awakened 11 urines ind ru-hed l u i tlie hallwa tl I ue si mtilv attired mini i 1} jt to ti id i WILV of (is  wre seve il women Mrs Tolm-m her 1 K Ls imonest pne fcui an 1 Ihi Ihe guests >f tli b} the noise of t lie i fi ill u r 10 ui3 l with nt sniokp SERIOUS ACCIDENT IN CHICAGO 9ti Men Injured While Attemptiag t a Iron Cinruio Oct 13-Six men were injured, two of them quite se lotwly at the work, of the Illinois Steel compaa  [or all kiiiiteoJ blanks done at j the pn-p  tbe Aurora Eailroad Watco. Impairing x specialty frank i. SUul. 33 Tbird. at. MOCKEK. Merchaiu Tailor. 116 Cextral Arenue TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is no better place to get the finest and rarest roses, shrubs, fruit and ornamental wees. Dutch bulbs, flower- for your conservatory, etc than ai TH F VAiDEjutEETLKN s, Kagle street, near. Seventh. WB will pay UM above nwanl for any cue of Complaint, Oyapepma, dick Ueailadie Conaapaawi or ConuvenuM we eaaaoccan mth West's Vegetable Liver PLUS. wtwa tfie dincuotd are stncily complied witb They are purely VegMable, and never tail u five aanaiaenom. Sugar Coated. Large boxe> Beware conn' eriuto. antl The MtBiune maun aeured only bv C. WBgi A CO Soln by Dunkirk, X T. CHAMBERS FRASER, TAILORS. Boom No. 6, German Ina. BTg. Y. mm C irt r t nt Repu hcan A DviiiAl from Corporul Tannei W iisoToN.Oct 13 Ex L of Pe >ns Tannei emphati al denies he ever nn te a Ic ter to Congress- man o ie-or am on- else that the pres dent had uiade up his mind to ulet out the proseut commi sioner Gen Rau n All lan ie idiis i hat it, would be i l jr the nre ,de t to tan.e mj ac t 11 R.ium 3 case before tl e mvp-jiifjiition of the Tffai-s of tne pen- Si j! rffice have been formally concluded A Swindler n ON fnd Ot the si tr T of Phmouth, Ind arrested J F W u'ums on rhe char_e of fraud Will- ia- rnrae here roia PI mouth last 1 ie-rflav and represented himself as ifc-nt -.f the Chic 40 T oan and rurest- tnt-nt onmpanv WiJ ams was discharged by the above company a vear ago, but he been doing busmeab m their th has n_me Docketing the prtweem rmllng of an Olil Quarrel CnCiNNATi, Oct 13-Tobn Turner a bar tender in a saloon and hotel owned by Henry Barlege m Idleruld, a suburb of Cincinnati, shot and killed Andrew Schmidt, a boarder at the hotel The cause of the murder was an old q larreL Turner was arrested and is noiv in jail Steniner Burned at Baltimore. BALTIMORE, Oct 13 steamer John E f j gert w as burned to the water s edge while lying at her dock. She has been laid up for lepairs and was discovered to ue on fire at an early hoar Loss To enjoy one s self thoroughly under nil circunatancsp, one must enjoy per feet health Catarrh, a much prevailing disease can be readily cured by uainir Old Saul's Catarrh Cure PABESTS will get rest and the baby will be relieTed from pain by using Dr Ball's Baby Syrup, a harmless but relia We remedy. Price 25 cents ir T r M.01II Arrive, ID How Dillon iiml o Brien NruloiK ot A.mongthe passen 'IN on the stenrner Uabk t which armed ere id n Wds Mr 1 P Oill M p lio c ucre to m ike ic e prep ira ons fin t e A iincin t mr ur Messrs, 11 in and U Bnen Contc-umj tl e dis n ear in e tl )i i Inliim! it Dillon and Bi in Mr l-rill Mill til" ebar_es m h 1 e( u Dioiuitand heir trl il icl m 1 -o eh f i ti t irpoMj nti ij tlu 11 to -Vtiierici. Ihcv re-nhfd to eome wluthci or ro lert in i viebt to a pio n i nf member ot pirlianunt and t i ir vr i> to Hure wnence they wi 1 sail in a French -teamer foi New irK inning heie prol ably next to thcreportc l anime m Irel ind Mr Gill said die utlo k f ir the potato crop nns had nut it n Id pun bh be a failure bu it p p-ent t1 i re LS n i ear unions people Drowneil Intoxicated Ki D irLm il Oct H Pea-e tL (lik r ip-iilent of Miiteo c >unt3 w is liowned Lere i' ly n er n  in th1 si i c in !MT nn 1 Acted is Lren Fre- mont ,juide m IMS Grinil Duke Nicholas Brpiirted Iniane PMF m OT Ic has tro.ns- pned th it it ihe close of the niihrary 111 tbe Grind Dnke Nicholi- chu-f m cnmm md of the army siuldei h bee line i mine His mental rte ran_rpimnt i'. the rt-stilt ot di-oitse from win h h. h s li u lieu a Lnd c weie ited b3 im lint to the man em res i piorounce hia case a hope tne i i The pin less one f s tlie of itiun Claba Oc! H 1 he following table sit on of the dubs m the pen in tne Association Per Cent Colnrabus Leills Toledo SS Baltimnre S" "8 Itt O.J 4J (j.1 bO 670 JS7 57S .018 41 ia .230 t uliiiiilniM Toledo. At s R. FT E. Coluinbns 6131 Tole to 0 0 (i 0 0 0 0 U 0 0 1 Bu.tei es and O Lonnor- Smith and Siwe At Ln ille B. H K. LouiMlll 370 St L IIH .'0000131 7 8 4 Dully and Weckbecker and Mun> an Iron and Steel Men fur Oct The members of the Iron mid Steel institute of Great Britain a.nj the Verem Deutscher Eisen- Uuttenleute left last night in three special tr ana foi Cincago A Locum tlTti Boiler Explodes. Tnd Oct 13 boiler of a locomome OQ the Chicago and Ene blew UD }isterday Engineer Murphy and Fireman Kiib} were badly injured. rus mi, 11 the uaii low Ic ij ed t tl: me t with IK r cnild m her irm b dv wufn htf llvlnjined and i he WHS all e n the nutrol vv isoo t< ok her to the hospi i During i i i f -ju[ through tha air hi lit n e t. i alj mi' won lerftil to rel ite ihrl i nu as, entirely unm jurcd Uhtn motl cr fell her body aired ao n i us i ou t) break the fall for the cL 1 i At o 11 idc rhf nre was under control and tlie tlie nen be., in to Oc ireh the h USB In at nm uihefun h floor Ed waul Pey ton the ii red p rte ot the hotel w w f Jimil h irn il to a eri p The sear h w n continued ami the firemen 'icindm am tut r i u ihe tine Hour the ch rred bod es i f two univuoun meu who hail been in the ti ip ind bu ned o death lie bodies Ihe total los.-, m building and will not eycei I IHI.J Mrs Minnie t ms n del at the County lus[ til teniav morning fn m the m juries she um 1 in jumping from the window in hi i i om Ihe two im'ui meu burned to de ith line I een i lentUied I homaa B Biwlerof New (Ji i. ans in I H kuk Bairns of C ilniniet Mich Bowler va-s a pi ofc -ion il ust an 1 wu-s jrmei ij a tfaeluio itli'itics m New (Jrli ins uf balms little is ku wn but he was sup posed to be i ti iv hi, sile-man at D tioir by the D, rrmt asket companv of that city Hgan st the Central Manu tacturm.j icmpiiny of this c ty firm frm-re i eut of putput on tha Hrst com panvs 3imepaiel skrt Ihe Detroit coniern it ssud luslts flr a injun tlon and an minting wluch it claimed will A repoticr visit 1 Mr Iinu-sB aicia n of tne lemr-tl eompiny, last mjlitand !Uesti ned him a-, t) his coripauy h id 1 t legal no tic" of the suit Mr Ho'm s sudthatlw had not heard any hm, of this suit be tore and kne'w notl ing n hatever about It Failure of t lumber Firm r, Ga Oct IJIP Roberts o the court of D c mnty has ai.nointed 7 W receiver of th Empire Lunb i companv w th <1 liters at Pnn re The IJmpi-e urn LS thi Inyn ei corporation in s i and i In f i. renn e i irsfnlir i i i r h line- sii ill 1 e ent tie I to be c ille i t1 e world hampions or Ihe lire Tohn Quan e sele tel by the I ouisMlle club, and e--liv Currj selected by the Brook elul> Ihe l 1! wiidnthe ichelule (f pimes In Lou si ill? Ihuirs 1 ij Ott lf> Ind j Got 17 -atiinl Oct 18 Mondar Oct 20 Ocr 21 to Le lett at, a i open Ue In Br Oct J3 Frii' QLt J4 Oct and Mond i Oet 27 If the ninth game is in to dc ide the Mines, the place and dace will be del ermine I hereafter Benson Declirn, IH rnnocailt Kin Orr irle 4. BHI-JII wis I ronjht heie from f im den N f morning He clar s h u lie is i in cut ot the i Hinder ol Mr Mct-uum ind that h  Railroad Collialou. itli'. M nn Oct i stock ed ilioiu noon jestet liy neai Mum on the In ago Mil PinlioA. Vb ut twentv iile trim  ek trum w M foi r minurex and this uisel tht wreck A temporarj track, is bnilr around rhedebm and tram- are runn us n-u U 1I.t-k.-d lien It ml a buloou. ELts c il Oet men raided the ilo >n of ctephen Rich Sat in av ne u the Bridfor Quick siUei mine m I ike conntj as them e enteu d _eueral shooting in and Mis Rich fat ilh "hot Rich was alMJ wonndcd a id one of uhe r udeis named MiGture n is kilkd outright Fred Benretr i h n_er-on at the saloon e-oipel lar in 1 feather-are suppo ed to intended for him Iher iders aie biippo-edjg be employes of rl e m ne The laid w i-no mide to cleat the saloon >f tie ]x it but whether murde- w i.a it l.rst ntended is not kn No aritbts have yec been made Lun it i f 'LM i 3 i e tee ti tie wak 1-lov crush 115 himself so th it he b it i few n jin t t itaih Judge Dewitt of t level. in.l Ki O t Ju gt I I ofthecomim rourt fur led Be Witt uluskv and adjou i ig COT was run '15 a train ueai s y yesterday and in atantlv killed Tud-re Dewitc waa out hunting mil n.d the trick to avoid a tr u a d i.j a tram on the other ti ick He n is v m m of nne abilities and is nnivei-ally beloved Killetl His L.IM4. O Oct leffer quar relied VST h his sttp-fathei Will am Sthaeffer batnrday a id knocked him down. Ihe father while down, puded a olrei and shot John in the breast in dieting a probab e fital wound. Jotin then pulled his revolver and shot his step- futhei twice, killing him Ei-lit PiU.ineri Hrenli r ul Coi i MPI s O Oct 1 i before noon eu'h' pns neis m stly b ims an 1 corum i ronlned in the ity prison api d fnim the south e floor bcl, vv lnd nlsUlKl erty of them were re-captured Second ation has been made bt ween the drawing room and the pattern hop, and betwen the office and the tore room, at the Brooks Locomotive Works by meana of Ihe Pula non-electric elcphoae The new track which the Erie will un from Front street to the Buffalo tract dick will be a wiuron trark and ot a railr ml track It is to relieve V nter street where the a, commodations re two small Rev Father Mink already well nd favorably Known here will arrive cit week to tike tue post of assistant the Rev Father John, Kei tor of St -laryR Father Maik conducted tbe nsbion here a year igo beieet Commisuioner boirm work to-day as ordued by Conn, il on leveling up From strict Ittwetntlk md Leci He tcrapu, the mu 1 into the tenter mil then plows thedij earth ind ivcl ovei it so as to round up tint streets uici tluir the gutters Hev U R Eddy pastor of tbe Prcsbjtenan chimb delivered on Snn- diy evening the suund leittue f 1m seric" to ou Martin ihci the s'ibjea buni his nm b mle H r reform A good uiiliciice was pres set in t the addrt-swis vcty mleiest ing lhe music w is excellent new social club was organized here yesterday It will be called the 'Amity Club, -md the puijxjse will be the general enjoyment of Us members Tbe following were chosen officers R Mean Vice Hoffman Si Tooiney. 1 re J Schwartz two heavy wires for the long- distance telephone have been placed on he :sew York Pennsylvania Com pany s poles m Erie .New and very tall poles have been erected Ou the top of eich pole an iron rod half circle baa been placed for the two long-distance wires The wires will in n way mter- 'ere with the other wires Lake fehore Visitor publishes he following calendar for next week Monday Oct 12, twentieth Sunday af- Good old fabliioned kind ot tin ware in our house furnish- j ing goods department We claim the credit for "hammering retail prices on house furnishing tinware J jnesent point. Tinware makers know us for buy j mg in big quantities and they give us the inside track on prices so hand them owr to our many patrons. It is both. _" cheapest and convenient to buy tin ware of us. Honest goods at popular is a combination always to be found with us. You will be amazed at the low prices we are offer- ing tin ware where quality ib compared with other. "Popu. lar'' and oiiginal low priced household goods establishment. the new perforated pie puns 5c. C mimits Suicide MINM IPOLI- (Jit -V Bozemau Mont -p cul to The Tribune sajs Early ye terday mnninj; Herman Schult.2 lessee of rhe Fhomas mill atempelt li i Nel-ou mill in or ei t d ic uion dis covert 1 lit e-ciijH. 1 ail the Hre ettin gm-shed i rtt N i t- tommit ed suicide bv ban-ring him-i If n i hamlkerchief frotn the c n 1 ot i t! car PECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 58 More Biscuit Can be made with each pound of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder than with the same quantity of any other pure cream of tartar powder. CLEVELAND BAKTJO POWDER Co 81 83 Fulton St, NEW YOKK. ,-An neUve, honest man salary I Tf monthly if mutable, with opportnai ines fur advance to represent locally a re upon, ible Now nrk honsu Iteli n Been I _ KMialiMtnrrr, I oek Box 13S5, V V. St. I) C s Paint Of. CaTenttan.1 fte securwl Imle registered VII Patent bumnciw romliictevl for moderate ten Information Advice and special rclercnces sent on request. 00 vu "OIJU "milp ljy llv" Our IlnlM." i2 tniumeiit ftir II no r rv bos injur- i ii For further nrll uhu iddrcss HAMHDBI L A Agents. CttB-ulaica, N 1 Itiiibei' inublii in tent i il C'i nnn.tiitit i> to tho --K m I IMlmiirt in rurtir- ulur that In Im- I th, line tor- miilv inupiUby li It Mull.lt, ,5 ,Mt Hurl sin. l ami hiu. Iliu 1 I 111 u, Vlrst mici ami the Mr W C Mmi I'IHIV is pi pan it lo i, tl, Imibi-nnif ihank uir ti i puhi jpmr nain we it n. of (lie future i llu'H O V lit O VJ.KSMFN W to sell Oll7ow) WJ r irltles of elloii i S i rncn tux L t ill cam pllgtt iuat opuie.l peci dues 8t tormit, steady work, pay wcaklj W p gnaran- tee we ailvcrtisc s (Ihn IIOIIHC M reliable )OLKN BHOS, Um bumgr, V T to Jiicfci-n I n I then M lioli time pure m.MitiMitb m iv bi p fsi) V lew vai am ica in Jiihngou ,610, lorn Mam UH. ftilnifh tu Un lll.il 1} no -mil i-ities Ui t. Kn Innnnit.Vo. Dry and Carpets. -er Pentecost Sundiv Uct ward King of England Tuesday Oct 14 bt Callist Martyr Wednesday Ou, n Virgin Thursday Oct 11, Ed- Confessor, We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather It pacte.l Ite Wiu DvxBtt.i Cunn Oct dead bodj of i 1 i 11 jlr jn t h liter wu- fo ind it noon ypsteidav in th vv irer of Bciner'jnoik thne miles (ast of hers He w a.-t -een il ve on t n lav on the limh i use tl e snspiL on that he WIA m ir'end ilto i a f ither 13 in muiiitei at Gra id Rapids Mich Speaker Eeei! to Visit Oet was received in Bt Tilo tint Finn Thomas B Reed o' V lire spnikrr of the house of repre-'ut itne- i Id an HP in this city ncTtUelne- iv eak in the a to sei are the Lu (_est ailabli- h ill th owned in Knmlout Creek FT Ocr Id voting man nimad James n is Hrovnid in the Bon Pout creek 1 h irsd IT night His bodv has not bei n recovered The stenfithpr of the drowned iaji accuses a man mu led Ham mond vvith h.iv ng knocked Mellon over board To Buil.l A Home for Mrs Fremont. SVN Oct 13 A commi tee has been f irmcl to raise fri m tlie women of alirorm i a fund of 000 f >r the pur chase ot a snita! Ie home f )r Mrs lessee Benton Freemont and her daughter About 000 lias already been 1 being in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If sieved sacrament Friciiy, o'c7 want a nice-fitting and Hedwig widow baturday Oct iu' fat Utylish shoe, try a pair of this r.nlrP P.TMIn.TulTuf I TT _ them. Luke, The Lnited States is, now on her way steamer Mtcbi down from the upper lakes The officers of the Michi gan surveyed the Detroit River and also looked after government work tfomg on at Duluth and other pi ices The Michi gan will arnye at Erie to day The officers and members of the crew are anxious to be home again after an ab- sence of several months The steamer will go into winter quarters Titusville Herald A nartial test was made on Tuesdny last of tne facili- ties possessed by our fire department to get to a nre From the time the gray horse was re'eased from it? stall at the No i hose house until it had been hook- ed up ran 330 feet, hose unreeled con- nections made to hydrant and water stirted through nozzle just aeveutv second elapsed and there was only a forty pound pressure on the mains, at that Chief Haley the same act can be performed in fifty seconds Taats the kind of a departmet we have   night His bod> was found yesterday morning ing from tlie limb of a tree Deutb nf H Merritt- the IDavid Hammer companj died at his home here yesterday, aged Tb years Killed by a Rnnaway Horse. O, Oct 13 A horse attached to a wagon ran away on Main street SiiiUnlai It dashed onto a sidewalk, and ran mer a numberot penple, killing William Ballenger and facally m- administrator with the will annexed The Hon L Morns appeared for the brother, V E Pecfcham for C G Wright and Downs Smith of Bing ham ton for Elizabeth Downs besides whom there were about 50 defendants in different pnrta of the country The case was tried before Daniels at the September circuit and he hag given an elaborate opinion sustaining the tion taken by VanDuaen Martin Judge Daniels holds that "next of kin" in tbe will includes nephew and niece as well as brother and siater, who would take the personal property m case of in- Our GENTS' Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to anj trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. 396-402 Main Street, BIFFiLO. V 1 AS TO THE FASHIONS. Rome are born fruluonahle, gome fashion, arul fume faxftirtn thriixt them t'ltmlfy Liimb, when JIM tuikr bTQitglii ifriu a mat SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street C.C, PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. V. DEALER IS Diamonds, Watches and Jr-weliy, ilverwnc I eit her Gomle. etc HOLD ,f 3IL I A A CoMl'LETF UXK 4 -IAIN VT I, BUFFALO. X ELYS Cream CATARRH A Gift from Mrj BROOkLY> Oct Thomas 4. Hendricka club ot this ciCy has received a portrait in oil of the kite vice president, testaby, and the word "equally" m this the gift of hii, widow j instance means that nephews and nieces share equally with brother and siater The language of tne will on which the Cleanwx tlie Pa UN Pain ant! luflammatlnn. tl.i Keiitoree tile Seattetf of Tavte aud Smell. TRY I !i F firing Irs George HeiseL Others, were tlns badly injured. 1 (Additional Telegripluc News onjnlpage -FEVER morning ve, but very low Miller Very ui wu u- Oct o'clock suit was predicated was the estate 'to' Chief Justice Miller-vaa be diuded two-thirds equally amontr eilmto eiu-fi nontnlaml IB nw Tiptt nf kin nnA nnl agre-ea.jlc. Price Vi rente at Driigfrii-w, liymaui my next ot Kin, and one-third among u. ELVBEOTlffiSsjie wtirren the next of km of my wife Caroline Street, New York. ,ou wear. It is right to be m twUion W It is almost as easy to be out o unless you are indifferent like our friend Lamb, who, as a genius, could afford to be ao From us you cau leirn about the newest fashions in dry goods, m all that pertains to ladies' wear, such M dress goods, cloaka, etc in gentlemen's gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc and in carpets, draperies and in- ferior bouse decorations The newest Fall and Winter styles are ready m all departments A. won- derful lot of attractions and bargains on every hand If you want a drcsf, here are faah'on- able fabrics from the world s centres of fashion, choice goods and bargains in- numerable If you want a cloak, if you want a csrpet, if you want dry of any kind, or i book (we musn t forjret the come to us and see the fashions if you can t come write, and learn what is fashionable m wearing apparel, in house furnishings and m literature. Don't wait to have fashion thrust upon you You can athievc fashion by trading here and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correbpondcnce about any- thing ra our line of business are sent freely, queries answered in- stantly Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with us through the mails a great success ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AND CARPETS, AJTERICAS BCFFVtO. X V, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures Ni-M'SPAPFRl   

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