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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. B REPSE8BNTATIVE USINESS HOUSED OF DUNKIRK. AMKW BVUMO MAOHIMK for ruhn all kinili ol to the latest audition tr he Mechanical Departmental Dunkirk Printing Company. BB. OOCrOBD, US US Central Ave __ Arttetie Photographer InstanUneon Pbotograpnt seed not wait for specialty. Bitten sunshine except fo BUOM. 1UVIMO. 1'rj- No. K. Second Mreet. near Buf tslo street. Uonklrk, N. T. Mu vc. Pamphlets, etc., in all styles. Orler to. All work guaranteed. IIOMCHKK'S CBOCKERV HOCSK, l> .W Central Avenue. and retail dealer in t ported an tomesiic China, Glassware. Ac. I IsaADTAUUUA HOTK1, II per and Boarding stable in uounectmn Victor Bider, 335 and SS7 Lion street S1ITT BARBER SHOP J Chas. Nsgle. Prop., Lake Shore National Dank, cor no i Cenler ant] Third slroeU. A line stock 01 Foreign and Dossutic cigars. lONKIJM HON. SBM center street, Practical aone-ehoeis. Particular alientiuu interfering bones. Shoeing of road trolttBc hones a spenialty. I i EVBXINO OBSBHVEB. Largest Daily ia the County. An unequalled advertising medium. CXmiBK KNOIHKsUUMa COMPACT Formeilr Sellew Popple. Uanaiacturarsof Boilers. Pulleys, c. Patterns. Work to order. Malting Ilangers. etc. Patterns. Forgmga, Gutincs, and fcuciine J .PNK1KK Mam VO, Wt> and tJ Ueater street. Manufacturers of Uic 'Cromwell" aad "Dunkirk" iierfect-fitting Itteas sJOrU. On sale in all leading furniabiug. otolhlni aud dry foods houses in Dunkirk. 11 r. TOOMEI-, 484 and 4% Lion street. in Hay.riios- etc. Established, 1477. sUK HOTKI. and fining Saloon, Uniou 1.1 Depot. Easy access to all trains anil bus- iness nouses. Best accommodations for Com Mreial Travelers. J. Mnrpny, Prop. DUNKIRK, N. Y.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1890, A HUMAN BARBACUE. fWENTY-FIVE PERSONS ROASTED TO DEATH IN A SYRACUSE HOTEL. NO. 57. Cora th. E Tumi ttrecL Vine Furniture, Cabinet Wire and Up- Picture miMle lo order. lf> l MATTESON A CO., 301 Central Ave.. Leaden of faiaiuu and GunUetnou ouinuer. a HKATLNU ol Steam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. ad UMJE 8TCAM Our ipecialtiec Fine Sbiru, lOc; Collar  iaggia Uukluig stone. Call on me before your walk. 5 and dying RUUCI T and 9 Baat Front Mreet. Wluaky, Winea, Brandiea. Liquor Store lor r.aiily UK. KOBKKT MeKA Y, Lion ulioet, near the depot. Boardikg, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stalling by the day or week on reasonable terms. CAM J. Central Ave, (lip O General Insurance and Keal JBstait tire-Llle, Accident, and lave Stouk Insurance. Frompr attention an to baying sail selling Keal Kitate. I' C. JOME8, _ 1. 75 Meat Market. Freah. Salt ana Poul Memu- sauaagea. Uratm ana yy ATviuot, Bay Aurora JUUroad Watch. a specialty. Frank 8lapl. as I-.. Tumi tt. W M. MUCKEB, Merchant Tailot, 116 ccotml Avenue TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is no better place to get the finest and rarest roses, shrubs, fruit and ornamental trees, Dutch bulbs, flower for your conservatory, etc., than at TH. F. VAXDERMKULKN'S, Eagle street, near Seventh. REWARD! WK will pay tne above renanl lor any uast can IOC core with West's Vegetable Liver Pilla. an purely Vegetable, and never tail tr gfrasatutacaan. Sugar Coated. eoatataiM 30 Pills. Bents. Beware of conn- erteiu. and The genuine mann MOiwI  he cl mbe.l out, of n window and slid own the rope I he fire started at m iimtea 1 of as belore reported. Later r eports muke the estimate of the unihei of dead from five to twenty-five it is impossible to anything defi- nite tnis time as i.s m a state of c nf'1-.ion. W H Il.n-rop of Vork jumped and nail both legs broken. Most of the 1-aesU were takeu to the Vanderbilt uou.se. I A PElt. Flunk Carey of Glens F.tll.s has been identitir I those whonerebnrned to death. Bin-net Forbes, a stock broker of this eitj, in an ulnio-t mule state. He ric ivc 1 s ight injuries about the hands. He lu-t a valuable gold watch anil .ill Ins clothing. FAITH HEALING MARTYRS. of Ami rlcan MNnlormi-len .Fever In West Africa. WASHING rov, Oct. British min- ister has transmitte.1 to thedepnrimeul of state a letter from tlie governor of Sierra Ltone, mi losing a report from ti.ecolonial surgeon at Dr. Palmer Ross, relathe to the c.ise of certain American uiSBionaries at that place. Dr. Ross re- lorts that the superintendent of the party, Mr Kmgiuau, there on Fell 27, 1S90, and was followed on June 13 by Mrs. Jliss Dii-k and MesM-s. Hel- mwk, Jadergnist, Goading, I'nce Gates and Humes. H .stated that upon their arrival they began to Ihe in native fashion, eatitig native fooii, cooking and waslun'i fortheniM-hes and even collect- ing their own fuel in the rainy season, hoping thus to gain the confluence of the natives. On July 9 Mr Kingman informed Dr. Ross that two of hi.s party had died that day. Upon inquiry Dr. Ross learned that no doctor was called to attend ihe de- ceased (Messrs. Gules and the whole party beinn such stanch believers in "faith" heiilini; that they hud taken no medicine and died of fever Dr. Ross, know me that tropical fever, if neglected, is apt to assume a form among newly arrived white people, ordered the bodies to be buried as soon as possible and sent the suintary policeman to see the or- der carried out, to disinfect the house and dcMri.y all bedding, clothing, etc., used b> the deceased. The officer leported that others were sick in the Louse, a fact which the missionaries had not stated, and on next dn> sent -for the doctar to see his wift She WHS found to be m the lost stage of exhaustion fiom neglected fever, having heen ill for nine days; and m spite of all that could be done, she died on the eveiiinc of the llth. On the previous day Mr. Kingman was found to be ill, but refu-sed to accept med- ical assist 'nee. That evening Mr. Trice who also ill, sent for the doctar and consenteu to be taken to the hospital for treatment, under which he has recovered. On the llth Mr. Kingman, though worse, having refused to receive the doc- tor, that gentleman informed him as the missionaries had by their action originated a nmlignant type of fever in Freetown en- dangering the whole community, he would report the matter to the governor, isolate the bouse and advise that the rest of the party be sent to America. Mr. Kingman then consented to be treated, ".solely on the ground that he did not wish to endanger the and was on July 33, 1890, convalescent. Dr. Koss adds that he understands that these intend going due east into the interior, guided only by a com- pass In -.lew of these facts and of the statement iu the "missionary review" that ano. her party of missionaries is expected, the sjovernor of Sierra Leone calls atten- tion 10 the matter, this climate is not suited to those who trust alone to the faitb healing and ignore the means placed by Providence at their disposal for the relief, of suffering and as such con- duct i  in love wiih the boxer. It is said in some quarters theyweie married a few months ago in San Fran- cisco af'er McAuhffe's fight with Carroll, hut this has not been confirmed. The young woman was playing here in the -Nai unil Gas" company and was the lead- ing The boxer, according to the version given Tuesday night by (he clerk at the hotel   OWNERS' FEDERATION. Thsr Are Determined to Renmt Unrva of Eight-Hour Quonllon to Mad. iMue at Parliamentary Klrrtio at xiid Dillon Catholic LOVDOV, Oct. Ship Owners federation, formed for the purpose of re sisting unreasonable 'leuianda on the par of workmen, has re -eiverl the adherence o the Ship union, HIIILII number nifinbeis Tlie plntion at r ri l.-s next for im-mber of paih.'iinont l.umes tiiinn th t-lmnr TV- t n date vi T> f.mM, _ 'a ,n m subject. The- t <_l ConsenMtne by i very Might I'lijonty the iniiml.tr ty o en.ilile him t ihi anil it tlir-nuil the OUT ll'i-il'iv To mid in the OVIM- the df O'r.nn. it ItMriipi ttlnrh ihevsaik'd thiMtnxt for fin opportunity lor Kovernrm-nt's c-harjtin f Mrs.srs. Dillnn iipil thiir ii hi calmul off itfTnnling ivc.iptuiv uf th The Official Count Stint Stand. IV YORK. Oct. 16. A Wash, n 51 on iliv to The Sun sajs it can stated an thoritatnely tiiat the census office will not accept the revised returns made the city offkials, but it is de- termined to maintain the correcting of the original federal cnunl. To tins end the othce has been collecting, and has now in its possession, n yrear nia.ss of .-.o-c-iUed tending to discredit the noli'e census and to stippoi t the count of MSOI Murray Violating the lutrrxtate Comniprcn Law. CLbMil Oci been icturneil a.- liust, the Cleveland, dm- ton and Soniheni and Ne n York. Krie anil Westein Huilwa) co foi violating the Intel-state comniert-f law. The former rcMtl failed to in its stn tions a notice of reduction of fare, and the Erie failed to post H bulletin rates to all paints on its line in the Cleveland station. ________________ Ifattlc lietweeu SEATTI.K, Wash., Oct. Xee ham of St. Paul, and Billy Mehan of Pan i'rancisco, lightweights, fought TuesdHy night four-ounce gioves at the Se- attle Athlf.ic club for Mehan was knocked out in the forty-third round after H fierce battle. Bint In a Beer Garilnn. LOMKIX, Oct. riot occurred yes terday at a beer garden in Pirna, Saxony. 'Ihe c-onibatnnts were so'.dieis and -work- men. Before the fight could be suppressed five of the latter were killed and many on both sides wounded. A Government Building Condemned. CHICAGO, Oct Times says that the government building in this city is to abandoned owing to its unsafe condi- tion. A commission from Washington will secure other quarters for the federal officials. New York Will Consolidate. XF.W YOKK, Oct. 16 Sun says the New YoA Xation-il league and Players le.igue baseball clubs have decided to con- solidate. Next senson there will be but one league club in N'ew York. Explosion of PHILADELPHIA, Oct.- explosion of chemicnls in the-packms; room of H. K Muiford Co., manufacturing chemists' caused a fire which damaged the building jmd stock lirid unv hint of thnr flight been ii is s M MI it fie owner of the y.i'-ui mil le prnsei.iied foi his ji.-.rt n iiicling in ihe Tiie Lielikne lit f u-' ion in Ihe Hal] ilc.-l i e 1 to pie, th of wnman'H snMinge nt the presetil time Inteies' in the proceedings of the congress has be.run to wane since the fact hus been definitely settled tliat the faction continue to con trcil the policy of the party. Many of thi delegates are urging that the sessions be speedily terminated. The foreign dele- gates were in secret conference with the German leadc-rs ut-nrly ail day. The Catholic congress at ad- journed yestcrd ly. que-tioni, con- sidered were the re-e-tublishruent of the temporal power of the pope, the c ns of the internal ional American conference with regard to a uni- form s.stem ot weights and measures ii' e say, the dispatch, "various il provisions have been adopted to ilaee this ftln- mejoric system) in practice md make its general, although up to hopic-ent it has only been employed in iffici.il tm-niess Measures have recently wen taken by the government winch will hortly eventiiu-e in the adoption of thu s tlie only si stem of weights and meas- tre, to be u-fci! in thu Mexican republic." Decline lit the Seal Catch. SwFimrisrn, Oct. 16.-The revenue utter Richard Rush arrived yesterday our day-, fmm Port Townsend. Capt. loiil-oii said: "We have not seen a huii- red seals ib s season between Ounalaska nd the inlands to and from and the ookei u s are deserted. The fact that the Sorthwestpin Commercial company ob- ained only out of a large number goe. f ir toward sustaining the ssertioti that -pals are declining in large umbers We saw- o ily five vessels the ntire seison and if they were at work hey did it entirely to the westward." One Fatuity Wounds Another. CHICAGO, Oct. 16 Junge of the Stanton avenue staiinu was shot andprob ably fatallv wounded by Tim Madden, a brother officer, at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, 'i he policemen got into an ar- gument about religion and Madden accused .lunge of belonging to the organi- zation known as the Cnited Order, of Dep- uties Jnnae stmek.it Madden "with his club ami tfce l.itt-r diew his reviver and shot Junue in the left side about two inches a! ove the heart. The injured man was conveyed to the hospital. A Son on Trial, BIOOMIVGTON-, Ills. Oct. 16 Tlie trial of John Spellman. son of Edward Spell- man, the Peoria mil'ionaire, is nou going on in the circuit court. Tie is dunged with 1'urglarizintr a gun store here. He is a'so accused of robbing a mail bag in Peoria, blnwing a safe in Pek n, and steal- ing lalroad ncl'-is in Evansville, Ind. He admit 'h" burglary hi re, but claims to be sinvmg from impu'sive or emo- tional insanity Demand Trial by .Inry. HVLLK, Oct. the Socialist con- gress vest.-nlay Herr Liebknecht said that Son .li-t- demand trial by jnrv, and the gratuittioiis administration of iiistice and of legal and medical assistance. There- fore, all lawyers and doctors ought to be permanent state officials The party stands on the basis of science, and while it adheres th'-reto it will be invincible. Granted an Extenflion of Time. II Pa Oct. creditors of the Hamsburg Car C'unpanj at a ing yeiteiday practically decided to grant th" extension of time asked by the direc in order to comnlete existing con- tracts and ti 'e ovi r iheprjsentembarrass- ment. The company's assets greatly ex- ceed their liabilities. A Prisoner Tries to Kill Himself. CHICAGO, Oct. 16.-Fred Wilke, who was sentenced to one year in the peniten- tiary in Judge Diigg's court for shooting his son lust summer, attempted to com- mit suicide Tins lay n.ght in his cell at the county i.iil. He succeeded in cutting an ugly gash in his throat, but will re- cover. Bookmakers Intlit ted for Gambling, FEEEHII.D. X. J., Oct. is reported that the Monmouth countv grand jury has indicted the Monmouth park book- make-s upon charges of gambling pre- ferred by Xew York pool proprietors who were refused communication from the track. ________________ Col. Booth Stricken With Apoplexy. NEW YOKK. Oct. William A. Booth, superintendent of construction of the new po-.udice in Brooklyn, was yes- terday afternoon stricken with apoplexy in his ofh'te in that city. His condition is precarious. Railroad The Brooke Locoinoiiye works turned oat yesterday for ihe Illinois Centra! an 18x24 eight-wheel passenger engine weighing about pounds, the Bret of an order of twenty-live for that road. The company consider it one of Itic finest eight-wheel passenger locomotives overbuilt at their works. It combines all the modern improvements. These twenty-five engines are to be placed in service OTi the main line from Chicago to New Orleans, to haul the through fast exprets trains between those cities, and it will take the perform this work. of the standard design of the Brooks Company; and was accepted in com- petition with seven other builders as the best, both on account of the rcputa lion of the company and the excellence the design of the locomotive. These engines are being ordered picpitralory lo the expected rush on this railroad on account of the World's Fair, which will be situated aloug its lines. They will lie placed in service by Mr. Miranda Smith, who goes with the first two. A small wreck took plucoal the cross- B ing of the Nickel Plate and D. A. V- P. tracks in the .south part of the city at eleven o'clock last nigl.t. A Nicki) Plate freight with empty stockcais had stopped at the crossing. The D. A. V way freight, No. 14, Conductor Uounihan and Engineer J. VVelzcl, came down the grade into the city. Their was heavy, with twenty loaded cirs, and it could not stop. The man was new, and did not know the expedient of the old biakemen of set- ting ihe brakes before reaching the top of the "hogback" near Crooked Brook. iiad the brakes could not cuutiol tu tram on the down grade. Tue. D. A. V. i% P. train ran right through the Nickel Plate. Engineer Wetze.1 and his son, Elmer Wetzel. firetnan.suw the collision impending, and jumped. The engine, which was going slow, crashed into the train and knocked two empty cars off the ttack, one nhead of locomotive and the other into the ditoli [t then htonped. Its pilot and. front were sinaahctl, aud ihe buck wheels the forward truck were off ihe ra'ls. These were scr.n gol ou, aud the train proceed- ed ull light. The Nickel Plate wreck train came, and the wrock cleared before noun to-day. One was but little hurt. The fast m irnhig p'ussenger train from the East was two hours and a half late to-day. Some miscreant threw a large stone into the smoking car on D. A. V. P passenger train No 4 due here at 0.45 last K. Patteison conductor It happened at Rock Cut. Wheeler'? Gulf. There weie several sitting along the aide of the smoker, D. II Clifford, Express Messenger Charles Nash, F. E. Shaw, John Kocn and oth- era. Messrs Clifford and Nash sat to- gether. The st.nie crashed through their window, sending gloss all over them and hitting a su anger across the aisle, though with spent force. Two meu were put off train 3, it is under- stood, near Frcdouia, and it is possible they haibo-recl the of revenge Tlie Dedication uf the UnluulKullilIng The new building of the Women's Union will be dedicated one week fr >m this evening, October 23. Tne follow- ing programme has been arranged- Welcome, by the President, Mrs Bookstaver. Music, Mia. Cluthier. Presentation of the keys. Response by the Fresideul. Addresses, by the president of the Buffalo Union, Mrs. Townsend, and by Mrs. Williams, First Vice President of 'he Buffalo Union; and the opening of ihe records, by the Secretary. Music. Closing with the Duxology. The Lake Shore Terminus at Wcntaeld, The Westfleld Republican of yesterday said: "The of the right of way of the Lake Shore road for its terminal facilities has now practically been secured, the commission having made the following awards for land not pre viously bargained for. Douglas is given ner 825, Margaret O'Brien and John Durken It is expected work will begin at once." KID GLOVES. A new and most desirable stock of the celebrated Centemeri Kid Gloves have just been received at the ERIE-. STORE for party and street wear, in three and five button dossed kid; also the Ceotemeri Undressed Monsquetaire in ten button lengths, in black and colors. Respectfully ERIE STORE. was car We especially invite the ladies to inspect our new and only reliable FAST BLACK HOSIERY to be found in the market. Fancy Face Veiling, Finest Yai ns and Zephyrs, Perfect Fitting Dress Form Corsets. SPECIAL 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 BAKING POWDER Co.. 81 83 Fulton St., NEW YORK. For Stoning it Paosenger Train. PoCGHKEEPdlE, Oct. William Wil- son was. yesterday sentenced to five years and six months in Slug Sing prison for stoniug a Ontral-Hudson railroad pas- senger train. Thp Positives Safe in France. DUBLIN-, Oct. 16. The Dnblin Tele- graph's Paris .states that Messrs. O' Brien and Dillon arrived in a yacht at Cherboui g and are now staying at a hotel in that place. (Additional Te'egrraphic News on 3rd page.) Chi Ids has granted an order piving W. E. Griggs, receiver of the Chautauqua Lake railway mission to issue certificates of indebted- ness to the amount of Mr. Qriggs says this money in to be used for tne purpose of paying off the floating debt of ihf company and to purchase rolling stock for the line so as to enable the road to better meet the requirements of its rapidly developing business. Un- der Mr. Oriegs's management as receiver the condition or" the road is becoming encouraging. The freight business at the present time is forty per cent greater than it was a year ago. number of capitalists and land owners are conndenl that gaa or oil or both are to be found by drilling in the vicinity of Ross Mills in this county, and a stock company has been formed for the purpose of developing the terri- tory. The stock, holders of the Ross Milis Oil and Gas company met in James- town on Tuesday and e'tcted the fol- lowing officers: A. Ross. N. Br..iuihead. Brotidbead. M. lioucks, John Peters. Seely, Wallace We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line NET- TLETON'SFine Shoes, n you want a nice-fitting and ''tylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Ouv 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 any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SON, 213 Centre Street C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 364 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. DEALER IM Watches and Jewelry, Leather Goods, etc RNOIIA VI fid, aoLUQ S1L VKR PL A Till A COMPLETB LIKE OF :I64 MAIN STKKKT. BUFFALO, X. Y. ELYS CATARRH Cream Balm 'CleMues the Allayi Pain llral> Illf the of Twite Smell. IKYTIIElUR IA particle applied Into each nnetrfl and la agreeable, i'ricr SO cents at Lirugifisls; by W Street, New Fork. mail arren good salesman to sell Nnne- ry stock. Salary Wo per month and iii nut's nalcl. AilrcHu, willi referenccit, U. II. PATTY. Xursci-yinnn. Geneva, N. Y._______ I O TODDABT CO., Patent Attorneys, 813 Till 3 St., W aehington. C., opn. U. 6. Patent Of- lee. Caveats and Ke-Usues secured. Trsde Harks registered. All Patent business conducted for moderate Fees. Information, Advice and special references sent on request. AA AN HOVB made by live Arena SPOU.UU milling "Our Native HerbsT" ill iiuj-8 'treatment fur ti.OO. Every box guar- nnuied. For further particulars address, General btaic KAXBDELL A lilONH, _Ageuts, Casaadaga, N. A. nurbeo winhcH to announce to the in Kcneral, ami iialronH in partic- ular, that he IMS purrhanvd tbu building lor- mcrly occupied by B. II. Mnlleu. M East Third elrect, anil Ima lilted U up in Orat-class order, and with Ihe help (if Mr. W. A. Mun- chaw, is prepared to do flrst-class barbering. Thanking (or pant pntrumigo, we Holtcit a xbare ol tlie future. Bctpvcifullv U. A. ht'ItUKB. SAI.KSMKN lurltics of choice NUTEUI (lock. Fall cim- imign Just opancti; lici-t dpeumlties, tanu, work, pay w eckly. We guaran- tee what we advertise. rcliablcOGLBN BROS, Kocbcetor, K. Y. to S250 A ,MOSTH Vf.wu iv working lor at. I'crsonii preferi-ed who ran furuinh a horao JUKI give their whole tinio to the business, snare momenta maj- be proOUibly nlBo. A low vacancies in towns and cltiea. B. t. Juliution Co., low Main-st., Kichmond, Va. Dry Gtoods and Carpets. AMKBICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO. S. V. TO THE FASHIONS. "Some are barn fashionable, somt achieve fashion, and olhtn fathitm kriut upm quotlt Charles Lamb, ohen lot tailor brought him a, nete eoat with a, velvet collar and laid. Mm' 
                            

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