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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OP DUNKIRK. RULING MACHINE for ruling all kinds ol blanks the latest a ilitmn to he Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Company p K. GIFFOHD, J33 and Central Are O. Artistic Photographer Inatantaneon rhutograpns ol Babies a spec ally sllte: not wait for ninahine except fo jalues. DUNKIRK, N. Y.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1890. BLtW OUT HIS BIULNS. GOVERNMENT ARCHITECT MULLETT COMMITS SUICIDE HeUnohoiln, Reuniting from Bn.lnw. He-rer..., Coupled Healthi to Led to tlie ,tal Act or New Oi lean. Marked for riige br In Klia to the A to ROOK BEVDEKY-J4MKB IKVINO I'r.> etor. So. 18 K Second near Bui street, Dunkirk.. H T Magaiinei, Mil bound in ill ityles order mptl} attended to. All work srim.antee CBOCKEKT HOU8R, Central Ivenue Wnolcule and retail dealer in I >omeatii china. Giaaaware Ac ported an 1HAUTAUUOA HOTHX. per day Llverr an 1 Boarding 8Utbic in tion Victor Biile- 33.'i and 337 Lion street. BAHVKK8BUF Cbaa. Nayle, Prop. der Lake Shore National Bank, unriiei Coatcr and Third A Hne ato k a rantga and Domestic Ugurs SOS, S3B street, rractical Funicular attention "to intertenug Shoeing of ran i trottinc a specialty I EVENEfO OHSKKVKH. LarKeat Daily la the County An unequalleU advertising D EMUINEERIKO COMPANY Fonrsi IT Seilew A Manufacturers of Eagincs, Boilt's, Pullns Saalting tlangera etc. Patterns, aim Sim hinu Work to or ler J tUMIUBK 8HIBT .111, ai .tin Center Maimfurtuien ut ihc Cromwell' uttl Ounki-k Ju i OrcH bblrw. OB ante in nil lea ling !urninii n elollung and dry gooili bouxni in UunK tk TUOSUCT, 4J4 auil Lluii tercel. 1'caler in Flunr, teed, alt Ujilc'l H.iy, I'l etc. D." Ej Depot. accanrw an tnuiu anti bi beuwB. Beat act ontiuiMUUnm tur e.u rwveMm lotln X. Mnrfiby Prop who III Oet 21 B v n ipem-ing tie Itcet frr m until s miicidr at Ins home hire iOont t hj blowing M lllett "f the i i i tted o clock ACCIDENT ON A bY r fl: of a IN Otr .1 111 s aloi K He North I ui luv follow e 1 by n Mid ie r M Aru h li, Broken r Cable tl at pre coasts 'ptise foir Sey nr] men be- lere ]efr in, mom n siatoes- IP mjdc in NO. 01. OHIO S EXECUTIVE SNUBBED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES h ,t on pin brains out lure Mr liu-t with intuit thorosultof bnsinpsn of caiH c.nplcn with illh.ulth un il led up 10 ne i ish in.l f it tl ai t Mul itt ,at, bom in 1 igl 1 -ft yenrs HP ciimi Co i his count n when h n d siaa appninnd 10 i c IP kin p in tin p mtmn irchiteitH oflut v -wf i ft ir lm-.e in m. Snbw 11 ww pr IIHI ml tn tin p sit ion ol arrlii i ,t Mll ,n whin on amount of dislike I i BnsloH Mr Mnllctidefujmd the sliiteand uavy rlepaiimint m ten as will ew a number of other p.iblic buiIeliiiKs in  rw Oilouni lie Put Out of th. Waj NMV OniFiNn Oct 21 -Inform it ion >as Droiijrl t to police hea 1 quarters ves ter.nT tnat the i h s leei.l d putting out if iht way snakes a e i ,t ill mi onneirs i i 1 Secre i' Ihe mfemiiant it d h u he oveih ird A i onvcrsalion t t i s ctfer t among s mie SK ill ns le in Mntiiinji md n u wen ri aiiesteel jisteiel u il >fl> i on cm eL s tlie 1 l le sii uso Vlti Aelminl mour and th longing tei rhe Ii i onsh r at u 1, mm'hin he sq i cipc li tempt to rpgun ihcir mornina Tho sei thu 1 been running hiii gone ilottii Hid m bm ,u i- "i fir tin sh.ts 'ut i he fog was -o tin i ,t mjjeHMbe to find I them un I tl bo t, re imnetl to the town 1 N he n tl (I, ran (o >ea the uilHell h id r.nlj on ffie er f n board H f i noon j i, the fog litre I siifficicntly to ill ,r it I untdfo home i tiuee ml the Hietlimng re-turneel W'w t keu on th C Here it i-foirid Hut while lip, mg the 'in h )i 11 ,5 th, ,i i, Win iiind thirteen nf the crew _s lni i ,ns in 1 r hi I eing broken iihcr visspls hi I ntpng to lie fleet hiM thitfi i undents oictir reel on bimiei tlnm the storm The Sp. Ilo fused to Recognize Private i ft iry Mcrkor Wlio Bort a lionj th. The Jipditlvp Hi.hly fnronwil OIBI the M, nil, No I urth.rCom niuiiiration Wllh O 'I s of th Ohi il I Mr repr -in a n s w i n in so-. I n te i I nun i v vu i l nif i I i r iv tl M 1 II 1 k I 111 1 ouse of le_i- uitrc ie n. e o i.h i ster i i I ike to lh u i s, i ill, 1 i' 1 "i an r u t h, 1 i in I pr M th i in. Mr (li.i i, ker I'll l e e i ntereel usi i ji s ti n t ti bur ii h n e 11 Ie i i Ii 1 in i eh K i u i I 3 h i ie m ers i nt vh h Mr M i ker nr I'irei MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE I S ey of R Celts an Alter? and Roenrsrm N v dtt 21 -I s Pmory lite- tie m H.L, nt f ,r the Kim, Water tmn ml m this ciij in nomine the L ihm ronnnss m this iistnct nel n 1 ij n jjht 11 th ru I n us i m i H mi 'i I n t r n th( pf in il M RAILROAD BONO LITIGATION Belden'n JurlBe -e.ph-MMtm Burke and Othan. NIT ioPK. Oct Jl-la the ot Belelem, congressman from Syra- cuse against ex Stephenson Burke of Cleveland John Jellia Mr Andrew, Wiiulow lamer Co and Dreiel, Morgan  xl Mr In- m iei '-p ,knr Vie. kpi nn.I at ol tip Haling cl tn in at d I e L s tile e suit ut an i u ish bj ih u lee in s to m ike i -t i e ni.nrrn the id IIH a.tl >ni Ihe -.1 >n o' H nnessy w is peue 1 JBS- II flic mmm il distuct t r; HSI oi v Una I ill (show tl L mej IK in i iftfun.n n I rt, p irty foi commit eel sen the Hot 1 Living en the artervm lui nKhr arm an i fo I th On s m 1 n a it 10 o clock 1 i room at tin h itcl s ivmg he 0 till e a res 1, ui bPea bur H us n it in ij w is eial is.se n_i and 1 irs In w is gf l an I tnUiisoitv bit nun lismis-el when he ace, ptc I th, wjrkinijn us nomination foi Ilcle-av a a but no cliildrea i tbu Dim i I mil tin 1 R! I 1 I 111 Ho i i n_' f ,r M i n it I I u il lit li fur In n rnmi lii i il s tl b i it prompt m nie i t i Ije ir K w th i lie i s ill sta idi on the i i n li lii the insult lint h will he 11 no t n with rl 1 (jib n 1 i m nu t, to On tin bonds nere i-Mieil mi ludmg the bonds suit Of this amount 300 000 were used o wipe out i hi indebtedness of th three roads an I thp ri m under were to be used to rci nbune Bin ke and his asuociates for i ns- s in EW STORE, 109 Thirtlst. Eooks, stationery. Musical In and Weekly Papers everyuiipg to a first lus bunk ttore Schoo. liuolu u ap_ualtv JOB FKLNTIMC, oi every j lowest IKIIIJ rates u> Uualtirk i'unting Cumpany 15 and 10 il. aecoud bt. I i JU. VAN BUHEK A SON, birr Ll'u Accident and beneral luauracok. 9Ta lu Keai hstate and Loitiia. atwatiou paut to toe oi properly collect 219 Center St., 2mt Joor PHARMACY, MO central Avenue d. .uleiuurtors for Wail Paper Pa at oils, Ac PKHKINS. J. W, 309 Center gtraet, jlanoiactarer and duller in Mariana, dait lea collars, TrnnlLs, A fcipt, Builalo U tw U.iree Covers UloTejg MuKnajiulbleu'h Uoli PSCH01.TES, 17 KMt Tbml street rasnionable Tailur, (SenUemeu will dutl it u> toeir attvaDUge lo call on me before, p jrc'iasm. alaewbere. At B. CART CO., .so Lion sueeu neral Uorelwaze.Wbila Supplies, oil Cloths, brae te W_re A tjijl dnerwii. Williams PtLQlan 1 Uunroerunge U us blank-booka, ledgers kineld ot blanks due j al Uonlurk PnnDng oompnuv, 3 and 10 K. Sucouel sL KUOUUFH EK, Cor. Ihird anil BuUalo su IMaler in Granite, Marble t uggtng Boikling ttloue. Call on roe Ouj your auie-walk. 7 anil a East Front atrecu Whisky, BraeiJieo. Liejuor Store for F.nmly Use. ROBERT McKAX, l.iou Hreet, near the depot Boareiiug, bale, FeeMl uuil Livery Stable sta ling by the day or week on reasonable terms. J. G1FTUKD, SOI Central ATD. (t'l- (jtneral lusurance ami iieaJ JCstaCfc Aeent. tire, lale, Accident, i.nii JLive aioei Insurance. Proinp' attention if" on So buying ana aeUiug Keal Ko-te. 1< C. JONKS, A. 78 K Third at., oor ueer Meal Market Fresh Salt W W ATMUM, JKTTU.BS, Buy the Aurora Kailroael Watch repairing a specialty Frank f Stapl. tiS Jf Thirel at M. MUCKER. S16 Ceutral Avenur 11 I ei I tin n l he Vcl linn I won 11 ecu nth vi he in lie Jail foi Issanlt soee l el i sp t Dun., un m O sn e  it oi ce t. assist in the uidciera l Inet of Polite Iieni usi Not lit the Bill k t sill I the p.cteiuled to be conHdctit of th a. a, pe.lt, th ilel the d res f of untrT yec ti m of mil .m, as I MIL' spomble Ut thought, tbe McKm i ir ui iild mj tie th I n n 1 mi re t nnn i wonlii 1 iul ,111! In IISCHMS in, it, ilfuiis the iker ,troii ilermie toe in >1 olice _lj con ,li i I iw ing fell from 1m OMIh, Kaili Ol Hi i 1 b ,1 is t i w, mid hs wife tell I" le i r u ie 1 fiitnl inj lltev wel t ,e n ms f, I i, u he L niiv t Capt ,lmv ih riuhoiiel i nee if ,n tbe roi k, and lrcs m o Ml, e uro[ thtf LAKE STEAMER BURNED S.I, 111 the Dntli by it Wiitciy Gr ive Pilir Mich, Oct 21 "t mic mnx of the Lake bu i prior Ii msit i n lire an! Uuru, 1 t the u u, i s Lexington at J o e ek is Uv morninif I ha steam i 7 1 Wlllt ro I ii oi the i ivvandbiought f "cinor Cnmpbrll I, paring i sieo- "IHl O t 21 il P situation 1 s, If inr this lie governor I 11 u ns i stionl mess g t the n ril SSLII K i i winch h villniik IT l s i i t it w 1 1 the mil Idle in h islen m i it In th s paper ll1 mi n n 1 i IIP i issie.e ot i bill h' "-'b un i if t i t inn iti the power nt i paitism b ir 1 o fjiu is i sil e s i th pies nt f we aie n t si en til 11 lie t UK Vpiil li i n ee n toi net linjr fr m tlie st u i in Ins n r messaR that tie 11 'i t 1 in S ,v rube s r "11C i the bill hi re 1 is I tl c nsti u i u l mir 'i thit it isr el ipse i etw n the 'til I 1 a i 1 elee tun wi 1 n t OIoui tl ill I [f m i 1 L1 men took Huron J er I Con md t, tin m he, Tie i 1 f to tin l b it in I v 11 1 n mi s ue Mi M i n I f Port, D nm llv I r sb 1 OmU vh nclh inuthie eliea. re si ie HI- i ikne u i Hi' I eut vv is bi.lt m Derrit m 1SU8 vvi i n t ms bnrele n md v ilued at I n ite Very 1m Ilj buined about thefu ml lands He is lu cine of the m mm hospital the i j 1 i tl e in j i-l I vv il 1 i of u 1 id i nienl ir in, in t u t c x cu i minute ji ei h nuM m Himilton nn 1 h ise nun it s ML n-utii'i I hi es n t link likily to ee i h mil] 1 it t i 11 i w pi i le to the bettei element Ui port of the Finiunlal Condt- nl Boston FUjera League Club Pi, ION Oet 21 -The annual meeting if tl e I lajers League Baseball club was held here jestudaj President Charles A PIIIHB lieamiier long pre- ei te la up rt ol t be clubs standing m b w bill ne t in a ek tailed sttte "lent he-id tl, it the rimn ul cond tion of th emi w is highly satisfactory to tho tone mid lie m itin-f w is of i h irnion 10113 ni nri tin on, hint the subject of muim or e i n pi use with any other u n >t i r mr bi I Ihi n (ripre ei tiiifethe Hijiie itlui Dl1 (r l> 0 Liontlutw Ri bli l n in i b Lry II Lit Set IP drectirs weie chosen ,toi khol le t) John t II L A Prince e, ntiiisf the piayeis) A jj M I Kelly t i usnrei and J B MASONS IN CONVENTION Jtr (.Inilitonc Heailili Cliee-rpd NDON (jet -1 iilstonnMll be ac i conipnin i In hi, wife tlnonghout his left Inerpool vv 111 uf el he p 11 tori 1 je t on th it will inevitably ftp r us 11-s dde.it s to nnvinK tl i p p mtmi. pei er to a R p ,bh  but OILB IH Qpdep oli ible ro speik la and tnol sh the 1 ones ir Rlndstone was hearnly t-rowel shouted that they im to make a speech, but leseive his voice in nni.. of M -i terl w.re nt Trulc. Pi (let 21 s to 1 1 H-tJf T Piismi Hi, ,uncllty of (he K u> M (Jet the sesMrm rin f In we tun si nod ot the lie 'cli 11 be t iteilbtim, i peti i ui w IK -ijnt i priu-tiiij, the 0 t m.. of tne propo-e 1 wmld, fur it 1 Hi i.o in >un nnel iskina 11 me in l> r- i I i formed chnieli t m pn -.em i, ibo suictitv eif tnc babbith l.e.i-teii I MMI! POIK h l.irted I I i, I Oct Jl ip.istered nial 11 en ui, st >1 m Pitnl to Mi i ire 1-itu in tbe j) me h s u d it kfull liinetnii rifled "f s Tnci i, no clu to the ro en n lit is u it yet useeita ned how nib mon i H u, in the n iieh ImlixiiM teel lij tercr lU'it- Oet J illumed fiom i to a I find o' Im 11 s il enit   in i ie r tl ir te. n Ii e dr i ij he d ind mil e I et is so HI the e nt i bind are Ii1 i h to IK Two hllihe-n I i I fa Oel Ino cbil 'ren of Nil In i s 1 i vnelt il i iee S ind e is were f ,calele i Inei wen pli m_' nl.jut a stove un w uicli t a la m of boilmij witer w ie tl oiertun 1 ponim? the wjter Her thi in Lirmitotltet tnijiiii Contention PITT HI RO Oct 21 s er 1 ly session if rli Brotheih oil rf Licomotne En content on was not n irked by un f i it n esofiiiij) u nee to the public t is now tho -'it tin t me mon will be n ,e, ion dun i_, tl e i two weeks I l.ir us the Queer O Oct 20 il am 'je anil his -ou H nv Me pi minent, businessmen, e-e. anejstel v est i Uv for p issmg ouut i felt bit- 1 hej wt re taken to loledo for a hearm REWARD! WE will pa; tne allure rettarel for any cas< ol L ver Comyliunt, Sick HetuUilii Indigestion, conttipauun or losavenesa we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills when the directioe.a are smelly compued with Tbe; are purely Vegetable, and never Jail tc giTeMOafaroon coaiea. J-argo boxes, cents, beware ol cvno erfeiu, anil Ihe ifeDuintfMnanu only J  Gleidxrune Oct Gladstone in u eel hue and was greeted mth a popul ,r He at once received a 1 uge numler of. the le uhnz biotch pouticiins -uker Rerel Ineliana. itT Ind Oct 21 -Speaker Thomas B Reed ad itemed i 500 pe- le at rendwaT rink afternoon appiarance was greeted with en His chusi i Fnfal Trplo, on nt PiltshiiT-g PiTT-iu Pf Ocr 21-Ibe boilei of a shiitm_ in.me u the furnace of L J eled jcsterday Kil iij Fn_i icer Tohn FUuelj and mu 1 i- M, Guff P irt of the flying boilei k an I injnrel term anl I >hn Ink cm at the f n naco Both vu i rcr-ovei tu yrag hlom int the AI i outaliel i uvei a dis- tan e of tifn vu 1 he e of the ei- ploiion u ii k ien n HH (e lin.iite ol Noni in itlnn Kviccled. Oct Jl Ihe c rtilicnte of nnniin ition oi R If Fei of Buffalo tl e-i i ili-nc I il i pi ty as nominee fur i ins. os n n ip( nel bv the   chnme, whach she pnt m thtir coffee pleaded gtulty when arraigned for tnal She WHS for sentence. Ert-n-ard V Belli? 9 Appofntvd AIBVNT Oct HIU baa appointed Patrick Joseph. Scnlly cosoty clerk of t ie county of Aew lark, to KU. cei 1 the lute Edward F Peilly Mr. Scully was deputy clerk under appointment of a Soldier k LeiNDdN, Oct 21 -Capt. Richard Bur tor famous as a soldie explorer Una and author is di-ad, at the age of 68 Ir j ou arc affl cted with rheumatism ncuialiria gout or either bodily pain or. if TOU have a sprained wrist or ankle you ought nt once lo procure a bottle of Salvation Oil the greatest cure on earth for pain It only costs 25 cents a bottle "Lo1 the poor Indian'' dying with I cold Wont some pood SamaJnau i send him a bottle of Dr Bull's Couth s Killed Cncler a Morlnc Car IOPLIV, Oct 21 coa di i tor of the vard crew of the Suit road, vr s m the ict ol gnmg a- wgual hii foot s ipped md he fell benea JJi and was killed i IIH h ri an I ri i in of I i ir Tie Me le ise. of r pu itivts ni r inj Vb n nt: Uleeitea n itfpnl ne tv of En cnled t> meetnia ro orle, ,nd a tempo ,r, r e i iltrce n crtilenr aK e'" A' r i D of It K KIP lei of Lancaster nnel D H of Put biuj idelpli roid we i TClilrimel Ulleeteln I In te i Cis Oct Jl ilie ann me tmjc f the std 1 holder- if the Cm d 1, ln ,n] p, seilu tlie foilomnn Renrlemen le t 1 dire eor, g llltr pic-ilint I hom L- l ilun U K v' "Id I 1 (TrtT Q M j. P i-in 11 ,n, Im i n Inu Kind I ne i Hut t e tlicis I B nd mil Nl u ij M in n if Br _ s--Hift Jiiuu tus A H cin t Br ce the i 1-rink "i irk I! I Tl p m r e-p 'ioiK Oet 'l -V suit Ins liigu hi n-lii in (lie I nitcel e ircuit court i h mi Hen u nh> ti m-lated and di unit vie i-> us 1 In Icnipn i m i. i_ the Poll id Pub] sh n. e mi] in I i i i IK nt n Heir in 1 in tin firm is 1 in, tlie n inn ml -e 1 i i i con p un u ill h to -hou i not cnjo n t the w rk iii 1 e same h 1 p ti The how i ise it trom publiih ng Hriikeniin ut te> Tierei %i 21 east bniinel fiei.lit ti i n br ike in tno on the Bil i nine mil Obi) r u road near Cog c os-in_ e i-t i h ro fuh i ester el n in rniutf ike m n r I ooie fill be HI n ih irs md vim cut t pit ce-> Ihe men of he r m and it crvOied n to a height wrecMn? fitteen cais oil Suspii ion of Ilobbnry. O Oct eierrag I 1 b-m h for erlv night itm in the C S mil C rA Iro id nt Lr in i w ib a r -tp 1 li ie on s i-p uon of e i( o 'he i i t c- rli it rnhhcd the exprt cir TI the mor m_ of Oct 1 A re olui IK) m ilN i> nl foui dnmonels w re fo i id i 11- TI s ssiou He hw n un as H II Lass of a 15 itish Ship (Yt 21 cable fl-patch frora I u ion state- t t tbe Bntisn ship Dun 1 il m from eir Rotter dam ha. ne a--hore at liroi and is hke.h 10 1 e i tor il 1 >ss Her crew saved The Dun Room left tins port epr n M ich. i curjfo t bai rel oil on Shoe Workers Will Strike. R CKUND M s- Oct 21 ia under stoo 1 th t the m i nine operators, stitchers ai el m 'i n t mcmLeis of the But nilSljo. i ti jnion will be or e ut rf n_ht c- Richards shop to daj to fore t'le I rin o come to ter-cs with the sinking hauds-wers. to Visit 1. nperet" William Oct 2i-Kiig of B l_i n will vr.it P I'-el m Oct 2S re- mi iii i; toui rtajs aj, the guest of the E i l elur illuirn f tlie Roml s, red .11 Fioinlne it Muions N Oct 21 -1U suu 1 lnrtj thir I e ot in i Ki e ot Fipe lor the -out CHI jmi-rtiction of he TJnit-d ate- led the mother supume council )f the cjuvened m rejf 1 ir bicu n yesterdav at noon it hehouse if ihe temple corner Ihird and E street- llienllo ui not the gi md comm mder, tieii AUe t 1'ike nhopiesided was leael itter the o[ tnmg ceremonies had been e n lejei and at tlie. c inclusion of the raad rv the conn il took a rice s Ai the se-sion flu. Royal Order f Sc H in 1 was cunfeiu 1 on a numbei of prnnment ru i-ons me udmjf among i the is Rev mon Liumichael, Hoti Henrj btoel delL R Me. People i rhrlxtUn Union eni-ifp N Y (Xt 21 -Vboiu 100 ires an in attend mee it the annu il omen u. not the Peoj le s f linst in I n on of the I nnerbalist church, which -e-sion vestcidiy at the Tiret Uuiv ISH i- (.hurcli in this city A large mini be short papers were read and iddre- neu nude b> Rei 7 F Scbm lie of W i- on-in Miss VI irv Grace "f VI n o Rev Dr E C f Ph 1 i i ,he nmg Rev t t IB to Toll nv the Master passed "Li ca at 3 4 on his vv to Ol 10 A cruvvd of eral liunelieej utuens gatheieel at the Cen tral el pot to tie et the governor He was introelucel bj Mayor Goodwin and nude i-heirt idhe-ss from the plitfoim of his nr H" his Democratic fnerels to secure him tU of a Democratic lAaem ih u u that the Demo eritsvvem Im m obr imuiR a in ijnrnv in th nertcongress Rail mad Deal Loiis Oet 21-lie Sc L'ms Ar um as ml 1 e v is railroad, known as tlie milesof t ut on B It 1 n con-tsti ig of mini ti c s mil br inches in Missouri Vik n-i- i d was sold at noon veseieln toi niOOotxH) to Louis FlU hei il 1 re i sentiij the bondholders of the ro d Tin lie s only formal anil a uewtonipum 11 lie is soon as the lie is Loufirmcel wi h Receivei S W Tonhcc cs presine it and Doddndge is tmeial in in iger Sliot, anil Killed His Wife VFMIHI- lenn Oct night R K Peters mechanic employee! bj the Illinois Ltntril 1'ailroad ce mpimy shot ind ki led h s ar their borne m tins citj He 1 id been awaj from home md is he en e td the he found Vr- Peters ami i In ider na ned A ixnellma comproTii-mg situation Maxviell es- caped but Peter- sh c his wife in the left breast death enbumgin a few minutes ell shop switch began yesterday The. Erie hotel barn buildings which were in the way have bi en taken down Frnnk May will hereafter Ueej) eonneeted with his business baled h i> and straw at the veiy 1 .west ratei, 1W purchased 10 tone of each and clerks of election nnd are invited to meet this ev- enm? at Mr Sullivan s store JU Cen- tral avenue to learn the new way voting 1 nra 7 to 9 j c lock long dmtance telephone will be completed into Erie in about iliret weeks A pull c i xhibtiiuu will then be given of the system in th s c'l> ptobab- lyjoiutlj with lamest wn aud J< ne The ei reetnis of the W nni-n H Lu- ion nic requested l irtpu tin- evening it 7o clock at the icsdcnoe of Mr- Bookstavei ivenue f H t ie puipi if com pie tinu anantrctm nts f jt (he di di< nti n of their new Ijunduiir TLe Pules eiipiL.c on the I r H t aewer hud a uidit jcsliidiiy Ii begun in phi) Alitile OIK bunul one hist undci the nutli an i then th ne put Ihi hul( one unilvi Tin plav g it scnoiis nn 1 Mr All  Ladies' Felt Hats Only M centh See them, the newest shapes. ISTEW STOCK Best Woolen Hosiery and (Inderflannels The best .H-iortnicnt To be found. Cashmere Gloves, Infants' and Children's Cloaks, Colored Crochet Cotton. Ladies' Heavy Jer- sey Ribbed Vests, only 25 cents. Cleveland's Again Ahead. Present U. S. Gov. Chemist, A. F. Underwood, says. July 16, 1890 Having examined and tho--- oughly tested the leading brands of baking powder, purchased by myself m open market, I find Cleveland's Superior Bak ing Powder the best in quality, the highest in leavening power, and per- fectly wholesome." SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Su.WnulnnBton I) c opp I Ate I'atcnU, e iventuHild Re-1 Patent Tth St., Washington l> C DPP U -4 I'lfc-ntOf- 1'atcnU, iviatDiind Re tasucH secnreU rrmlo M irkKrctriHUml VII Pau' t liuainmn (imlnritl Inr mmleriU! teen Information, anil Hpccial n fcronrm nentoa request. V male- bv hvo >ulit( Herbs." eluvs tnntnuiit lor uo I n rv Imx trunr- hirfiirlhd pnrlK ul iiMiil IrCM Oiniinl-u, KAM-DKLLft IKONH Ageiils, N OA I! ui I, i uixhih .itniltll, ii j.eu, i il n ll 11 Illttt lU ttllH I 1) ,H i l' ii> In 11 Hut mil 11 in i imil nil, I Ui Mint null Ih, li. Ip lo .'inn Millie- lo thi) ul p itrititH tn partie- I th, I uil linir tor- Mull, u v" I'aot i Hi i nnrliirlliif d. S. Oovt Chemist, 1890. to Judge A A Van has been referred Du'en as referee j- Thepropelloi W B Hall Gordon Kean master arrived off thia port last nifeht with 348 000 feet of lumber 000 get out uniil dark it was deemed neat to lie outside all right and she c me in at eight o'clock this morning bhe atruck the mud it the dock, but the mil lading relieved he- dispatch from 13r, cton saya 'W S Drake's mill dam was entirely waahed out Suuday night and the ttojrt therefrom striking a wing of We have thelaigest assort- ment ot Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'SFme Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and 'tyhsh shoe, try a pair of this tore it away and Jay fonld on un Inspection Tonr ST Louis Ort Goulil, accom panicd hv his son George J Gould and Ins. pbysici in, Dr in this city fiom the Just 3esterdiy morning The pa t> spent i coup c of in con suiting nitli VISMMUI Paoitie offiunls at Lhe Oener n offices Gx aid and left ut 110 n for Km sas Cliy on a tour of mspi cmn A Sot i Cindidate In Trnalilp Nsn i h. Uct 21 Ben aetts thi' MCI iln 10 I inoi pdit> cauih date fo to- I our eentii dib tnct m u jl h er can hrlacy It peenis rh it Jii) names a e requ red with the nl ug ot n trrtu e i H md hp f led hut tOo He iia. utji lined L show c tuae order i n the secretary of itc to explain vrh> lie should tut rcqumdcertiuc te R. H E. 7113 T 9 I Stopped At i ouisi die 0010JU1 Hrook m I i 1 i U 1 0 Game called darkness Mrntton and Rjan Terrv and Daly _ Honors for Count von 3Ioltke BFTLIN Oot il Fust declaies that the honot the roi intends to confer upon Fi 1 M irsh il >n on the occ sum of the Oeue il s 90th Lirthdiyia un queiu Pius .in m litai} h story randal! s saw mill, earned it off The building contained several tbouaand feet of pine lumber, a new that Mr Crandall had just paid for and a oiauing and matching machine SIi Crandall s loss will be some or 8400 while it will cost Mr Drake as much more to build a new dam Daniels sitting at VewYork, jesterday ordered that Edith Sessions Tuopers suit against Martin Monn be tried in Erie County He refuged to vacate the order of arrest ajainst Monn Mrs Tupper brought suit in New York County for damages agaiDSt Monn As the arrest had occuried in anada it was contended lhar a of the tinned States eould not be held to answer for it, and a motion was made for his discharge and a dismissal of the complaint. Judge Daniels holds that an action wijl lie but decides it must be tried in Erie County last timbers ot the old Icehouse, belonging to C. W Gunther, at the foot of Central avenue were pulled down to-day For the first time in a great mauyjeft's, the lake can be seen from the street to the west of the Central avenue dock This liuildmg was one the oldest 10 Dunkirk It stood here when the Erie ri ad came through and that is a date from which a great deal of Dunkirk starts Before the Erie road, the old ice-house was used by Walter Smith as a warehouse for the lake trade Hundreds of thousaudij of dollars worth of business were trans- acted in that building A few of the timbers at the north end were left stand- ing They will be uaed for a sort of a shed to keep ice in for the fishermen Mr Gunther will build an additional ice house at the foot of L'ove street make. You will like them. Calf Cjl w" W bhoe m Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been ot- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced SULLIVAJU SON, 21 3 Centre Street I -AND------ O I llltimof I lloiee SIII pa optni 1 tei w ,rk paj M it i n ku our (M ik titl ei ultii s hint tee aihern- Diis ImiiM. u roluililu KN UK.IH llo h  the ItimlncAd l me inoiiK iitu men Ix- iitoilbililv einnlotml lh X few an, on in tow au I e HICK I .1 loin M un si x Dry Goods and Carpets. AMUIICAV Hioe k 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO, Y. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some (irf born fattuanabte, somt we fashion ami nthtn fcuhton. upm rjunth Chart's Lamb, hen tailor bt ouyU lam a. coat mtli, a vUvet collar and laid lam every- >ody weart velvet atllarii now It ie enx Ilk. an a genius, con OCT. 22 23 Also opcu Wednesday Eve. at 309 CENTER Un- der the auapicesof the Rector's Chapter of St. John's pal Church. Clam Chowder, Coffee, etc. served trom 12 m. to 9 p in. Home-made Bread, Rolln, Cakes, Doughnuts, Cookies, etc. foi pale. tinlcssyo Lamb, who be so From us you can learn about the" newest fashions in dry goods, in all that pertains to laijics' wear, such aa dress goods cloaks, etc in gentlemea't gloves hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc and m carpets, draperies and In- tenor house decorations The newest Fall and Winter are ready m all A won- derful lot of attractions and bargains on every hand If you want a dress, here are fashion- t able fabrics from the world's centre! o( I fashion, choice goods and IB.- c numerable If you want a cloak if you a carpet, if you want dry goods of snjr kind, or i book (we rousn t forget the come to m and see the you can't c-ome write, and learn -3 wbat ig fashionable in wearing apparel, n house furnishings and m literature. Don't wait to have fashion thrust upon yon Ton can achieve fashion bjr trading here and achieve it reasonably We solicit correspondence about any- thing m our line of business Sampler are sent freely, queries answered slantiy Contrary to the rale, you will find shopping with us through the a great success ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY VOODS AND C IBPET8, AMEHTCAI BLOCK BCTFA1O, N If, Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixture;   

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