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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1890. NO. 68. REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. AITR-W MTLTNQ MACHINE lor ruling all kinds of blanks is the latest nil lion to he Mechanical Department ot Dunkirk Printing Company. D B. enrrOSD, 223 and 223 Central Are. Photographer Instantaneous Pbotograpns ol oeed not wait oalxei. Babies" a specialty. Sitters for sunshine except (or riooK HLNDEKY-JAMES IKVIKO. ?rj- l) pnetor, No. 18 E. Second street, ueur IJiif- lalo street, Dunkirk, K. Y. Masa-iiues, Mu- ttc. Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Or'lcrs promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. rjCKCHKK'S CBOCKEKV HOUSK. D 308 Central A.venue Wholesale anil retail dealer in Irportcil .mil lomeaUc China. Glaaeware, Ac. HOTEL, Rates, tl per 'lay. Lifery and Boarding Stable tn wnntrtiuw. Victor Buler, 325 and 337 Lion street. UITT BAKBCB SHOP Chaa. Nagle, I'rnp.. A wnitar Lake Shore National Bunk, corner Center and Thard streets. A fine mock ol Tomutt and Domestic cigars. SON, 338 Center street. Practical borse-Bhoers. Particular attention to tnterleziBg hones. Shoeing of road .1 trotting a specialty. I v CS WE KVmiXQ OBSERVER. Largest Only in the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKUCK ENGCJEERIMG COMPANY. Fonpnrly Sellew A Popple. Manufacturers at Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Snafung Hangers, ets. Patterns, ForginKs, Castings, and Machine Work K> order. 1 vCUKXKK SHIRT CO, 203, 205 anil Jui Center street, Manuluuturera ul the 'Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" perfect-flinna Dreu Shirts. On aaie in all lending formula IM. clotting and dry goods houaea 111 UunUirk. F. TOOMBT, 434 and 436 Liofl street. Dealer in Floor, feed, alt. Baled H.iy, Pnoa- pfcitcfi, etc. 1877. HOTEI. to all tl tnesB nouses. Hest accommodations for Com- aerciol Travelers. EitlK MOTKJ- anil iJimnK buioon, Umo Depot. Easy access to all trains and bus ------aoTlatinn Jobn J. Murphy, Prop. HUSKS CO, Cl Tuinl atruet. nae Furniture, Ca'mwu, Wr.re ami (jp- aolfltenng. Picture Frames mu.lc U) or'ler. CABLED FROM ABROAD. EXTENSIVE SALE OF SEALSKINS AND OTHER FUR3 IN LONDON. A BLOW TO THE IRON TRADE. BRIBERY CHARGED. Th. HOME NEWS. Burttrlof H FrlomN Stanley's InMlitnAliuim Major lurkryM II Mrs. Fii-rc-y Will Impll.-all.i; Ajzrainnt the TiTHIiuent of Thought 111 OCT 3d -ale of seaN'-i'i. ;t i 1 othi rfni-s at Lam l.irftcr tuau .iiat f Monday m i f i nfi nii-nibrr d rs -d nf. but the nri'-es obtained were greatly reduced. owing to the fact that the skins offered  1 milk will be five, tix and seven cents v. r quart. Five cents cer quart wholes" six cents for two quarts or over, ai J seven cents for less than two quarts I'n November 1 a "dean beai" nst will e arranged and published for the bent-til of dealers. The friends of flip larp Mnl Rarttnlnt over the prospect that the mill operators bill three times, i ne ti tc rms or tne late Maj. Baittelot niimmi wh, CYV O. AtATTESON A CO., .101 Central Ave.. Issuers ol Puabi.pi. and lieutlemen Outfitters. j_j AR.KI.I. STEAM HEATING CO., anulacturera ol Steam Heating Apparatus. aniuirv Plumbing a Specialty. (I OJtE STEAM LAD.XURV. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, loo; follara, Jc; Cuffa, 4c, and Lace Curtaina. Free Dtilw ay. A W. (Jammings, 2U7 Center street. 11 R. OKHM. E. Third St., cor. ol Buffalo Hanulac-orer and clealerm Fine Boots ahoea HKNBY WZTLER'S HEW STOKE, 103 E. Third at. Books. Stationerv, Musical In- aud Weekly Papers, uid everytaipg pertaining to a drat CIUBB book OB PRINTING oi every description and at lowest living rntc.4 by iranlurt Printing Company, 8 anil 10 E. Second St. JH. TAJi BORES SON, Fire 1. Accident and General Insurance. Deal- JTB in Seal Estate and Louaa. Far.icular attention paid to tne cire of pro perl J collect- ing Ac. 418 Center at, ind floor. I OS ROE'S FHAKKACY, 300 Central Avenue Wall Paper Pa.nt nXXOfJXS, r 309 Center street, Jtinolacturer and in Bndlea. ooUars, Tranks.Wliipa, Buffiilo Horee Covers Mittengan'ISlBiKli Uq are intensely embittered by Stanley's in- sinuations against the character of the major, and it is stated that they have sent to America for a copy of a narrative pub- I llshed in onu of the New York newspapers many ye.irs ago, regarding Stanley, dhow- ing that be i.s nut it fitting person to criti- cise Maj. Barttelot. It is admitted that j Barttelot's manner was by no moans en- I but it i.s contended by bis friends that faults were trivial in comparison with those of several of his covert tra- ducei-q. it is reported frooi Constantinople that the A n-'trian and British ambassadors to the poit.- have remonstrated witlt the sul- tan on the cruel Treatment of Aiineman prisoners, several .pf whom including tbe youiiK Arini'iiian who attempted mur- der the An hpi Siici'kuw, have been torinred to death in the prisons of Con- stant.imnle The defeat of the Greek government in the elfi-'ions is .iltnbuted to popular pique at the .U-.-Iin of Greek iufliu m y in Mace- donia fi'i'i o'ber parts' of Turkey, for which the mnii-trv is blamed. The tin pl.ite nuinipiilatorsof nra futn iu to e-.ehide from access their fa< to1 sen Kii.s-uins and foi who m.u seek to learn the secrets of tbe fl.l :l r1' nuinl.er of Hiissjan ifivitli i.euu sent to Wales for r bis [piirp. se 'oinernint; the mission to Pans of Gen scii, il, who is a member nf the i he K i-Maii mniister of it is i i- -I rnat ,111 an unntins ,1 'nut. a !y def iisive all.am i- as ar -flat stpln ivei'ks between IIiiss'i.i, p 1th t the m prntrress lind Mij up se is i-xpri ssed botb m London uid tb.it Mr Gladstone did not ler H) the iner.can tariir in Ins Kdia- urx speeches as he had written to a t or esp. ndent that he would dn so. 1- appears that the recent u-liolesale con ersii.n of s< me .Jewsb students to in university of Odessa, was due to the rejection of their petition o rhe KusshMi government to be per- nirted to continue their studies as Jewi. The evidence taken in the coroner's in- litest CPU the body of Mrs. Hobbssirength- the suspicion that her husband belped o kill her. it he did not comnut the crime lone. It was shown, conclusively that he lad for a lon-r time entertained a desire o wt rid of her and had upon several oc- si) expressed himself. Tbe verdict rhe 1'iercy woman does not nec- ".sarilv Listen fie crime upon her alone aud it i- that she will finally m.ike .1 confession sbo-.ving Hoijbs' guilt be ui'ea.er tnun ber own. Tbe muuicipal auilntrities of Augsburg, BrtMirm. have tendered tbe freedom of the city to Prince Bismarck. The district of Germany has been visited by heavy falls of snow within the last few da., s. the average depth now be- iiiLr n'er rwo feet. will return to the use of coal. The de- Commissioner Durand. who is serving mand will be heavy and a revival of bugl- fi'tieth term, said that he didn't know ness and increased prices are expected. that any bill w.is ever paid; he couldn't I give anv testimony about the alleged ok ring." Bids for text books had never been received. He did not know if any member of the board received any A CLOAK COMPANY ASSIGNS. Judgment Agninut: n New York Firm Them to "Wall. j N'EW YORK, Oct Chemical Nra- tional bank has recovered a judgment on confusion of -M5.51S against Isaac S. and Rfllph Plant and Samuel Kabu, compos- ing the Mercantile Cloak cnmpany, doing business at DIM Broadway As the note was made Oci 27 and imme- di it. h confessed it suggests an effort to iiive ore creditor an advantage. I. S. Plant is sain to be the owner of the Hotel Vendoni.. .No has been filed. It w.i, lei'.rneii definitely last night that the Mere inttle Cioak company has failed, but no statement ol its liabilities or assets ha.s yet been prepared. At the Hotel Ven- dome it ivt's said rh.'it the, building is owned by L. L. Todd It was also stated tint the proprietors are S Plant Co., i the P Plaut being a brother of I. S. Plant. I It wis also stated that I S. Plant had. been one of ihe proprietors, bur bud sev-' ered his inferesr in the hotel. The failure of 1. S Plaut and linlph Plant will liavr Do effect on the mflnaicemenr ot the Hotel Vendomo, ,is liipy are not interested in if consideration for book patronage. Commis-ioner O'Graily thought there might be a gn ,it improvement in the way of i ondiicting the business of the board He recommended the employment of an auditor, and also some new method of loo'.ing nfter the supplies. Commissioner Salter, who las been charged with putting in bids for school work in name of .lohn Karweick, was jni'st lonetl about this and iu reply said hit Kar weick was a contractor here -ind that he had nothing to do with him. wauled him to take charzp ot work r him and did 'O. He thought :ie had a right to do so. After examining Commissioner Duiker jf. the RleM'm h. rhe Tenth and lanitor tin- committee adjourned -o L 30 p m i u-uay. E, 17 Kaat Third atreeu inionable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it tt tbmr advantage Vo call on me ueioro purchaoin, aldewhcre. PB. CASTS CO., 333 Lion street, (ieneral Hani ware. White Supplies, Oil Clottu, Granite Ware. A spucui ty oVsherwilL Williams Runtaml Monroe range RULING, as blank-books, ledgern, an all kiada ol blanks done at Uunsirk Printing Compiny, d and 10 K. Second at. ttCDOLPH MOLOESHAUEB, jlX Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., Oealer m Granite, Marble, f.sgsiBif i Building Stone. Call on me "Store buy your RISIJEI CO., 7 and Eaat Front atreeu Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Uquor Store lor Family Use. WOMEN AS CHURCH DELEGATES., Artliilrr rii.irch of fsuiValo Declares In 'I heir Fftvor. Oct -The vote of themem- lieis ol Vsburv M K. church on rhe ques- tion ui .idiiuiTinur women delegates to the h'idist uctii-: a i ontprence took place at tuc elturcu parluvs last evening. The polls ojvtMi mini 0 o'clock, by which time two ballot-, had beeu ca.sc. Ot tliese Is for and 4 against women di-lcgdtes. gjvirm the a victory in the lirsi church that ha.s vott'il in this city. 'I he other c-hnn-hes musr decide on thfl question before next month i.s passed. The results ta all the Merhodist churches in i lie world, as has heretofore stated, will then b field for th" next district con ferences. to be .submitted to these accord- ing to the respettivp districts thej- are in, and then the decisions of the district con ferences will submitted to the genera! confeien'i-of when final action on them will be taken. DECLARED A FORGERV. L. F. Livingston Denies the Authortthip ufa Imlorinit; the LotlBe Bill. ATLANTA, Ga Ocr A telegram re- oei.-cd friini Ky slates that ,n thccntir-- of a speech there Senator O lisle read a copy of ,i letter pvirportmg to iri'iu 1.. F Livingston, president nf l.c K-ui-gia srnre ,uh I'ue. tu John Liv- iii_-tnn. "f inn New York State all nice, m iiicu t u1 (jeorgl.in H made to favor the Lodce bill s the Democratic to i t m es- m this, tie Filth As socju a.s the telegram w. is 'ohim lu- -legrapln-d to St nator Ca -li-k- ,s follows- In ilu- Hun .1 f, i .irllsle. Owensliorn, [s y luu-rnl lohn Lr. n.sion Thar i rut as h -inu siu c'l by myself is an infamous ninr.iU' rius and as sii'-h I .psk yon to dfilninict' u .1 F LlvivlSiTON The referred is heiutr iudu.stri- ons.y circul.iti'd through Georgia Titt Burglars. The recent burglaries in this city hi i their comical as well as   of these last w.is made the mu eon-picuous Dy declaring tbe nexi d, y that there had been no uurglara aroun and that Ihe opened windows tuestoh i ncney, the tiring oi the tha-sn uf bi iglar-i, was all imagination. i nbual. the bravest men are -f found whem no danger w feared Quite a good deal of tUe after exi-u rnenl iu the neighbi rhood was caused I y Officer George, who prowled tbmu. i the buck-yards, tiying windows in d doors to find the burglar. time that the burglan H were in progiesa oo Central aveuu night before last, Offlci r Geoige njai e a tour of the neighborhood, exilminii'j; the doors, etc., to see that all wis right. He visiu-d Mr, H. C Biifflngion s house in this way, goiug up un U e stoop. He was beard by Mr aud Ui Builiugton Afterward, after the shoo mg, Messrs Bradley and Bristol went 1 with a gun, looking for OrBctr Geor> e again, who was aeuichiiig (he biii'kyun j for thi' burela', and when Mrs bulh'i ton raided a window they allt-d PPU 1 "Is that you, Until the lac a were known, it waa believed that the e were burglars, and the idea wfth prevu eut that there were three or foi r robbers in the gang. GRAND. ARMY FAIR. Opening Night at [Uie City Hall. l The Willmtn O. Stevens Post of the Grand Army of the Republic and ihe Women's lielief Corps are holding a fair at the i ity Hall. It opened last night, and will continue to night and to-mor- row night, closing to-morrow night wilh a social hop. Both these societies are deserving ones, and the cause which they represent is one of which everyone will want toexcresa approval, in every] possible way. There should be large tendance both nights. The liall is filled up wilh three booths, for ihe aale or differeu articles. On the north side, opposue 'he door, is tne Fancy Buoin, iu ihe chiuge of "rs. meut assisted by Hiss Mnggie Uis prettily decorated, and hung with puinted drupes, bags of all sorts, and other articles, and looks 'cry attractive. Amoug the nrlicles are so ne hand paini- e i goods, sent by Mrs. Daniel dtryki-r t'roui Sagmaw, Michigan In tlie iiorlhwest e.irner is ihe "Use- ful Booth.11 Bcdspruadtp. aprons, caps, el.., are displayed here. Mrs Pastio is iu vharge. a si-led by Vlis-i diella liil- lo n On i he south aide is Candy Quota, ia t. e charge ol Urs Ziu h Taylor and Mrs. C. J bruion. U i.s very lai-tefully lr mined. I'ue ladies of ihe liciief Corps PUIVB r every Ulghl 1 In- lioinu c.i idling is very attiaclive, and Ui .M- whu wai i .t aupjppjr witl riim n heru On ihe pl.utunu .11 til' cn.l o ihu hall is ,ju iipiprrtstnig .n- r line Hoi, Ot bluT.s liul b} tn. b Sim Ikjy. One buudrtd -pe-I s ari einbinriiig .eiiii} .dl lilt- hiniis arnuu lien-, and ili.ui uibe.i lln-ie shiirU a uud ihu dituriued eggt. ul llie -unt. .spin ihevtiy laieegiisul iuu ilinsn rot- Only thii u L-n si i-, u! ibis uri li.i-pwn De iu L-xiSi'- cc i lit eggs uiiijju ir.iiii ihu hu mrd's tu ihe galliuuil s cga.-. 'lu-iiigbt tbe special t-_ature -upi er will be barbecued pig Vieiti.is aie lecelvi. 1 by a ciiiniiiitlee f lecepu.pii consisting ut Urs it iry huuias, Ill's '1. C .luneh. and Mrt- ilarj I'l apuiau LADIES' AND MISSES' COMBINATION SUITS. 65Cts., 75Cts., STOIRIE. NEW JERSEY PROHIBITIONISTS. An Incendiary m C. J. Sto e The following dispatch fruin Syr- I cnse appeared in yesterday's papers, t Graw Addresses the Convention I concerned a family who lived here uui 1 A CIRCUS TRAIN Two M WRECKED. EIBht T> OBJSKT MeKAT, K, Hoa street, near the depot Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Sta .hag by tbe day or week on reasonable terms. J. QITFOKD, Central Ave. (U, O General Insurance and Real EataL igrnt. b'ire, Liie, Accident, anii Live atoc Insurance. attention an 20 to buym mil Keal Estate. JONES, X 75 JS. Third St., cor. excelsior Meal Market. Fresh, Salt au Emoted Meats, Lard. Sausages. Oyster? ai> Poultry. Lose Tht'ir Lives and Ave Killed. .M ox. Oct. nrcus train, in five left Macon yester- morning at 6 o'clock for Athens, ou the aucl Macon railroad. Five miles from Monncello the trainmen lost control uf the third SL-ction on a down STHiie, anil It (lashed into the rear of the st-cond section, on the end of which was the cook's rar. preceded by a car contain- ing horses. A man by the name of Kelly of Kala- Mirh.. who was in the car. was killed, ami another man. namenotknown, waa badly hurt. Kight, horses in the for- cur were killed. The two engines pulling the third section were derailed and badly damaged, as were six or eight cars following. The fireman of the first engine. Lewia Glenn, was instantly killed. The engi- neers of both engines and the other fire- man jiiniped The show will los-e two or three J'.ppointmenta. Trotting at Plilladelphia. PHILADELPHIA. Oct. Two events were on the procram for the second day oi the extra meeting of the Philadelphia Driving Uub at Point. Breeze park yester- day, and after live spirited he.its had been trotted Piuh uithout a result they were postponed till to-day: buMM class, trotting: purse (unfinished Trot" oral Klusie B Tom Miirmv ...1 -MatT-i'- T ..3 S300 3112 ..5 S 3 Fnlmiire Trme III r pm n Viclor Hy iiki-s ClPsiir Cousin Joe Emma Blaek York Cha.se Alexander Boy 6 rtr Kilittir on llallnt Ri-forni Law. TRKXTMV. X J., state con- vention of the Fiohibition party met in MILSOUIC hull hi re morning. The pnncipal failure of the morning session waa the adih-tss on the ballot re- form law by Reed Graw, editor of The Temperance (iazerte He admirted that some of the features were good, but de- nounced the ciaiiM-'s requiuu'4 the signa- ture of 5 per cent of the voters fore the state will print ballots for an independent party like the The re- quirementthat the signatures lie published in advance he aKo declared to be incon- sistent with the secrecy of the ballot, which was the chief design of the new law. 3300 (unnuiahpd.) .1 1 J 3 2 1 2 6 6 885 852 5 3 ...44 W ATCHJiS, JEWIOJtY, Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. B-vpainng a specialty. Frank StapJ. ss K. Third st. W" MOCKEK, Merchant Tailor, S18 Central Avenue Entjineers Elect Offii em. PiT'lsnt EG, Oct. 29 session of coniention of the Brotherhood of Loco- motive Engineers was held yesterday. At this session R. Dority ot Division til. I'harlesiown, Mass., WHS re-elected gran.l ch.iplam: R. ot Denver, Divi-iou i8C. elected grand guide. Tbe place for holding the next convention was the subject for considerable debate. Ar tbe final vote for location it was an- nounced that Atlanta, Ga., is the choice uf the convention for the next interna- tioiinl meeting, and May 15, 1894 as the time. The ye-ir 1891 will be a blank year. Furuiv conventions will be biennial and be held m the spring instead of the fall of the year. The afternoon was given to an excursion to Wilmerdmg, where the West- mg'.'.ouse air-brake works ware inspected. 4 5 7TI 3 dr A Rftjcnt Muv be Appointed. THE Ort Mackay, min- ister of the colonies, announced to the parliament of HolVrnd, all members ol both houses being in their seats, that in the opinion of rhe royal phvslciana who had the king, the illness of his majest i ot so crave a nature as to in- canact it" him from performing the duties of t.ln- oliice. Parliament was there oic requested to make the declara- ffon pr by the constitution The chiiinbeis -.nil reassemble to-day when its action will he announced. It WM the Wronjf Body. ROCHESTER, Oct. 29. Yesterdav the body of Romame Leech, a former resilient of Gene-eo. was brought 10 that place for burial. During the funeral services at tbe cemetery the mourners and others who around ihe coffin thought they heard moans proceeding from it, and tha-Eritnds had departed they opened the c.isket and were horrified tn find that the remains were nor those of nor did the body look like him in anyway The bearer and all who knew the deceased well are confident that it was the wrong bodv The body w as shipped under th name of Fred Leech and probably it was a m staken shipment The body of Leech is misi-ina. la ely, who will be remembered here 1 y nearly all. SYRACUSE, Oct. Brookb'.s boot and shoe store m Mulbu-'- ry street was daumged by tire this uion ing His Ill-year old daughter Charlotte is under anest '-barged with arson. boxes containing lighted caudles stuck in wada cloths well saturated with kerosene were found in different parts of the store. Mr Brooks lives with his second wi'e in Adams street, while six of his eight chiliiien live at the store as they cannot agree with their step- mother. Those who knew the members of th family will doubt that the daughter as illy. A similar case is reported t- occurred while the family live there. Extollinjr the of Free Trade. Oct. 29 Gladstone, in a speech to the workmen at Humperstone oil work-, enlarged upon the benefits and advantages of free trade. The results ol the lasr ii'ty years' economic legislation, he said, had oeen that the trade had mul- tiplied live-fold, the population had doubled, and there haJ been an enormous increase in Hie material, -ocial. moral and political condition of the country. Refuseit to Make (rand ttie Overdraft. NEW YoKK, Oct. Vanderhoof, Mor- rison Co., bankers, and brokers, had Cake Bazar. The cake bazar which will be held the Baptist i hurch Thursday evening next week, No1-ember B, will be a mot, novi 1 and un que entertainmenl. Cake of all sorts will be sold by the lo.f pound nr the piece. Cookies and dough nuts will also be or sale. On eacb oak AN C lOIMiART H. I'.Hti'ipt. UI ctlS 7Ul i .s.L.WaMmiiitnn, I) PnientOf- fice 1'alenti.. l .-mil IKMJPS secured. Tradu Matka All I'utent htiHinese eondncpcrt for modcruUi Infrirrautlipn, Advice ttntl apucuil sent an requeue. (1 A. Uurhcu wishes to ftnnounre to the in jreiierttl, and p. irons in partlo tilitr, uml lit1 haw tin1 building inerly li) H. .M.ilU'tl. .u Kant Tlm-cl iirvci, and lliw titli-d it up m llrst-iMana oidcl, tiliti wilh the llt'tp "f W A. Mim- chaw. IH dtp for pflul Hollcit a the future. Iter pecilulh U. A. liL'RIIBE. to can lie us. 1'crsniiB preferred who tin funuch a horse and Kivc thi'ir whole tin- biimnuHS. Himrc mimientft muv bi- protlu-ildv ttlho. A few in ,'uni i ILICH. F. .foluiBiin Miun-ot., airliouiiul, Vn. of The r E.inalitj oiivi-ntioii. Thenrdei' of ,f tin Cotin1 oliuciil Kqualuv CoiHeuiiuu wunu uuvenea lieu: tu-moriuw 13 aa fullows. PIBST sKSStUN, OPKNtNG AT 1 PreaeiHation of credentials. Orgnuizatiou. Heuaing ot minutes of previous meet- g Reports of Secretaries and Treasurer. Herons Secret'iriea of Clubs. Heport of Committee on Revision of ouetilution. Anuuiii Address of President. Discu.ssiniis. Miscelimieous Business. Adjourameiit. EVENING SESSION, TO BEGIN AT 8 O'CLOCK. The Rev D It. Eddv. Address of Welcome -Dr. J. f'Wil- ras. Vocal L VI. Burnett. Address; "Are omt u Sarah Si. Perkins, Ulevelatid, Ohio Vocal L. M Burnett. dpeech-Mra. E. R. Clarke. Colleclion. Adjournnient FRIDAY MORSISO. TO BEG1S AT 9AM Koll Call of delegates. Unfinished business. Election of Officers. Election of dtandmj; Committees. Conference. Adjournment. Everybody is cordialh invited to at- tend both day and evining sessions, but a collection will be taken in the evening to help defray expenses Grandmother is right. Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is not better than any home made preparation can possibly be, but it is, as the late Ohio Food Commissioner "absolutely the besjjaalting pow- der manufactured." CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER Co., 81 83 Fulton Street, NEW YORK. Echo I EDITOR OBSKRVBR: Dear would like to a-li ihroui_h your paper how it is that if a farmer comes into tbe city and gets a little too much beer and will be placed its recipe which can al.so j wanls (r) a ,jtlle in (he wUre be obtained. Oyslers stewed and ra he spends nJ8 money. tna, ne is watched will be served at all hours during tbn hy some of our offioerg until they _ ........_._...... ______ __._ evening beginning at six o'clock, I can see some liltle chance for them to judgments entered against, them in favor tae youug people will do all in their I rest aome our gentlemen of the Xanon il Park b ink for ves- power to give all who attend a pleasant J f ,ae are be cai. T.-, K.I i. J ten i ay. In April, h.le firm w.is a C'istorner. they olS, rheir bnlanc" in the ".is bin ?'21T.II83 Tb >y i ave siiu'p ret'-sed to make irond the overdraft which, "with interesi. amounts U) i he sum for whii-li judgment wus en- tered yesiwday in default. _ Theproceeda from the aale of led. can get drunk, ruu the streets cake and !he supper will applied flourjSQjng revolvers, swearing, pass- towards the purchase of a new carpet I ing ren arkg ev, ry who pas for the church Sewer HEALTH IS WEALTH Da. B. C. SKBVB ASD TKSATMIST. a guaranteed apeciflc for Hvate- ria. "MianeM. Convnlaions, Fits, Servoos Senralgia, Headache, Servona J-rostration esaaed hy the me ol alcohol or tabaceo, Wake- fnllneM, Mental Depression, Softening of the insanity Md leatling to rMregn isery decayed death. Premature Old Ay. power in either sex. tn- Spermator-hcBa caused ol theorem, 8ell-abnse or one tioxesfor K.OP nuul prepmid on recejEt oaf. With each order receive bj u lor MX mocompwaiedwith will Ow nnnaaMT our writuiD gimranie ttwi treatmeni does DO Sola Age-.it, lyby MOH 3M Centr PruirlB Fire. FtiFMosT, Xeb Oct. disastrous prairie fire has swept over the bottoms of tin- PI tte river, beginning Monday after- noon ami burning far into the night. It is said to have been set by an engine on the Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Val- ley railroad at a point four miles east of Fremont on Us' farm of W. H. Harvey. About OttoI of hay valued at were destr- i. with no insurance. A Deficit of JB3O.OOO. Oct. 29 the financial re- port of the exhibition recently held in Edinburgh a deficit of is shown. This more than absorbs the guarantee fnnd of The affairs of the exhibi- tion have hqsn placed in liquidation. A REMARKABLY handsome woman is said to be the moving spirit in a D authropical movement in Russia to s ply the poor i-f that country with Dr. Bull's Cough Syruo. Is chronio and stubborn cases o neuralgia, gout, and rheumatism nse Salvation OU. It IB the greatest pain- destioyer of the age. Price only 25 cents. Tlie Kmming: Mountains HALIFAS, Oct. The steamer City ol St. John, ivh ch left this port yesterday morning for Yarmouth, was obliged to put back in consequence of the severity of he gale. The was running mountain1? iiirh and sprav splashed in fury over the teamer She left again in the afternoon to make another attempt. Death of a Weil-Known Sporfli.i; Man. The laying of the Dove street sew  body wears velvet caliarn tuna." It is right to be in fashion if you ran. It is almost as easy as to be out of fashion, unless you are indifferent like our friend Lamb, who, as a genius, could afford to be so. DEALER Diamonds, Watches Looking Over a Prospective Purchase. W Va., Oct. agent of the eastern syndicate, of which C. P Hiintington is said to be the princi- pal backer, is in the city making esti- mates on the Ensign works, on which the syndicate has an option. The works emplm over men and the plant is vulueii at JUO.OOO Killed by a Falling Pole. llAt-o-c. G-a Oct. 29 Senator J. W. Robbins of Tall Bottom, waa in- stantly killed here in <.ha '.d. grounds by a falling pole which erecte 1 for a bal- loon ascenbion. He was 5.1 yeajs ol age eaves a large family. Mr. Bailout1 Rere'.vea Ovation. DUBLIN, Oct. Bulfour received .in ovation upon his arr.val  ur urged that tbe arguments proceed, but the Board after a discussion postponed the hearing until November 11. Fire was i i the rear of 1 John Schlenker's meat m.-.rket in Silver I Creek on Tuesday morning about five j o'clock. It was ot incendiary origin, j esanA HOLD HIL run PLA A COMI'LKTB LINE OP MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. ELYS CATARRH Cream Ealir the Najial Fan Allays Fain and Inflammation. tin1 SotPs.l Revtorea the Sflnttea at Xante and timell. threw mu-uerer died a few moments after n've refrigerator cars off ttie track. mg the confession. trigerator cars are very heavy an Killed Train. strong, and though little damage w, NEW YORK, Oct. 29.-Mistrel McGrath. done the wrecking tram had to be SKI t and was discovered by men passing TRV THE of 505 West Twenty-sixth street, was in- for, and both tracks were blocked Th who put it out before any damage was 18 applied mra each nnntril and m stantly killed by an elevated railroad amoun'ed to or nitsu done. Tbi" is the third attempt at ar- agreeable? hundred dollars. No one was hurl. son here within the past month. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AND CARPETS, AMERICAN BLOCK. STREET- BI.TFAI.O, N train. Aa d monal Teleeraphic Sews on 3rd page.) BEOTHEBSJW Warren Street, New York. CHAMBERS FRASKR, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. BTg. BUFFALO, N. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures   

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