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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1890. NO. 69. SEP RESENTATIVE USDTJESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 SEW MACHINE for rnlmz all kinds of blantu IB the latent auilitiun to be Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Printing Company A CAMPAIGN OF MFRDER. RUSSIAN PEASANTS REVOLT AGAINST THE CRUELTY OF OFFICIALS. A Dotacllmitne at Cfmr't Troupi Boutrti bv cnti Infiirtatitd ROTO! ation- Mr to Ainnritant It Saul that (fan M-nU a otlioi Forsljn BB. GirrORD. S3 and 225 Central Ay Artuac Photographer InetantanuouB Photograpna of Babies a specialty Sittc-ra need not wait lor sunshine except for OOOK pnetor. So. 18 E decoml direct, near Kill (1.0 -itreet, Dunkirk, Jf. Y Uag.'uiuuii, Mu w P-impuiets, etc., boiled in all es Orders p aipUv attended to. All work guaranteed BORCfLEK'S CROCKERY HOUSE. an Central Avenue A d.apiren from iS H iu.ik.ing ieai, UUB cue iu. and refill dealer in lxinjru.il mil Knneaac China, Glassware, iu EXPIATED HIS CRIME. th. ROCHESTER'S BOODLERb. HOTKL, _ Uates, II per ituy f.ivarr anil Boarding Stablu m counet Victor Eider, 335 and 3X7 Lion aLreeu V Unit 1SHOP Cluui. Hagle. Pr-ip. Jailer Lake Shore NiLt.iiKl Bunk, Center amir Third atreeta. A dne -icock Foreign and Domesuo cigars. I wHSKiRK OBHEKVEH. Largeit Diuly in tbe Ciinnty An unequalled iulverusiug meilmm UCTSKiKK Fonrerly sailew Populc alnnuiuiturprs ol Boilc" Pui.i s jnalting tlangcrs, etc. Patcema, t Cutinga, anil Muctime Work w> ontcr D- ITSKIBK SHIRT tO., jus, ami Center street, Uauufactuiers ii and "DunmrJi" U i Dress jhirta On aalo in all leading luriuohi clothing ami Iry giVHta buubea n rk D r. anu 4ut> Lion 10 -f. Oetler ia FSiuir.feeil, alt. Baieu du> fuun unaLev. etc. Eatabhaliwl, i SIX HOTEL and tjm.DK sal mm, E_J Depot access to all trains ami bu- Beat for Cuiii oemal Tniveiera. Jolm J Murpiiy, Prop ULEKa A CO., j and E Third street. cabinet Ware mil Klne Furniture, cabinet Ware mil Lp noiBceriug. Picture Frainca uunle u> urler pi D. UATTKSON A CO.. CeuDral Ave ITiuUtluu and brcnlletncn II ABKLI, STEAM IIKATING CO.. ajaalacmrers ot Suutui Ue.iung baollarr Plumbing a LJ OMZ STEA-H ll uur aiHicioifcies ill no ahira, 1IK. i uli.ii jc, 4c, anil Lace Curtains. Free Uea try A iif7 Cuuuir dtrcet DI O 71pnn i si, vs at'-i i-, i. OVPry eu il I Lu a onrie'-r-'d rhp outbreak of rhe peas- ant! y Hussia. The revolt is ro hit i or in the sriindent pnfoit int'iir it conscription trom in nth land holtlars hnd ways to SP  some let of juiln IH! cruelty i in r rnih itnown Thp ppasantanor having tlreai i anv at command j i HP m.igistraws from thp place, and opgnn a impaiijn of murder and anon Jigain-r lip tifjficiuls and tne anstocracv Ihp rirsr tiptat hment of troops spnt igmnsr thpm tlpfaated and to Gen. Draaiprmpitiff ordprpd six reifi'nents of inf miry ind two ot cavalry rothpnene thespat last iicottnts had nor pt -in o inri IP i rlie ppusanrs nd ta bi s v I pn ru v isf niimbprs and PIJ rpsc He i t utlv 11 rnetl i t.n i PS-[ UP that Ihp tlownrall i> npts minisnj m i-rrppce has n JIM t t'lim at -sod i ami is v 11 i i i t ona jnu Pei n is n_ 'i i rhe Gr "us in ni i -anslipd liMi, uus q 10 ind n i to i IT ie isn t i PPU; un lost ist pn tm'} n ir sh i s Mi (j i e s al1 nsi ms to b s it Dundee wore must fatherly in i t mn is England he sa'd, lid -or i eat with nations but with mm kiitti ind in i tiaieinai spiut It is man r. nil ne siuel 'li ir nil -iiim ur tbe op iion on -up ilcKinlev Iji'l anil pais Jiiiliiment tlitreon I hi tjlfett ot the measnip coii.d not fail to OP moip iam ro i nei en rhim ro anj ot he eoun I tr 's iiscn n i ire! iminst ind he hoped i riii, he p, t> 1, >r rhit would I i- ben mist i uetoie u hail t.mp ro I v ik Uie n u ibit in nil ro rln n nsti rittiinis H im n is neMr tlili l I it i i i jjn a' 't is i s r i rh i i i baiiiuei ii tin Mil Mt n st r hi i nut nt ro ni )i nt i i n_ is s t h I i I i u i 1 n i lit i I i il n I 1 I -I l 11S.M! M l, I iltn II- In f un e -It CO is ro i Ut II R. OEBM. Third at, cor. ol Buffalo d dealer in Fine Boots Jt aau HE2CB1 WKILEB'S SBmr STOKE, ,03 Ii Third st Booka. StaUunerr, Musical In LfrnTnunra uiii everytlupg pertaiuing u> a flrsc clHga uuiit iiore. Uooka a OB PRINTtSG ol every lescr inn iowott living ratd bv Uuuiurk fruiting H and IU E. second 3L i 1 u ac tn i pel In tl e iid_rnn nr 'it h i t vo i ii t i ui-i u'm_ s it nil 'me _'ice liit ist i t topi u 1 i ni l'i i 11 il ss it m uiu l u t un neur r sins mm i 'i n mt i u ts ot i jj i it i u t, mi 's n -tin vjs well irrendel nd tr r it s riie >i uh i.? H ill it'll nn Kins ot in is kintls HI ie ths ptise 1 t iu rhe our imed much u D thnse ot I'upstla mtl m inr nsr n s i etiitti letluc ion "i un l st M-U n_r roi 'lie- saiua L- I SON, Fire al Lmmracoe Lunna ill JH. VAN BURKN Accident and dtiner sra in KfiTrtKt and ASSBnQmL paut to (Ue c-tre ol codci mg rents Jto. 219 Center at., Znd dour 1 OKBOETS PHAJUIACT. W. JUO central AJauue lor Wail Paper Pa.nt Oils, .t I lie R. is-i in tlii -tit i_tb it r n iii P'i 11 _i ct i i i h, "1 llllllii rln ei inn 4 i u i Ttn m.nt i i nr- 1 I t nr i j OU II ,1 It i n i Tlll-lv- lllll nlf r ir IIILS redoubled on the Priiasiim erfru y pi ent in Is-iM'iif the, "s ho s n ceed 11 1 smr'es nt r u In inis i rhcult to )t tneni oeni the mil 'hi bludzenn iom fgft'a Of P 209 Center street, Manufacturer and dvaler in Harness, dnOlea. coUars, Trnnks.W hlpn, Buffuio era tTlovea affitsensaniiale lob i i-ij mil 1 is s ni I rb it H )ijbs tne poiter whose wf is nnsr tinnsl iinrilereu u the b inie r h s i a-anii nr Mrs has he Pint fornpDolup thiouiug lie il imp on tbp woman lor snikinii the 17 Bast Third strecl, Tailor, mh it meir to call on me before purcnauut- alaewnere. FB. CART CO., Lion atreeu tzeneraJ Hartt ware, White Supplies, Oil Clotiifi, tr ran tie Wure. spn_ia t> ol Wiliiama Pa. n tami tfonroeranu- RCLJ-SU, aiiuh aa blank-books, tolm mi ait kinds oi bluuka clooe at Dunkirk Pnntins d and 10 E. Second at. Di Put lies Into Stanley i m Oft >n lu- Ninember num ht I mrpmntiraiv lew con s in i uli mr t n In Dt P ters upon inthoi'n it run i Pisnn b 1 ni >ie rhan oni rnreat ntdroroirp rniiit fco it t him to I i isi svh ipn venti Iv LPO- t HI i i to I ni n i -hi -ame mi' i-ifl he ).i ni u iioaeupr illeg hat h, -inir si iu is m i l ul uay ii 11 i IPI M J'IIIMH e mm ro leclme i h tr I nf h TOOLPH Cor. Thirrt and BuffaSo i in Granite, Murtiie. f dtone. on me your a ir noltl had tieaU'd Dr Pott albo tr fir'ink. i H it i m ion while i ht same a le ih fare inci h wl uo H 7 and 9 East Front street. Whiaky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor store tor Family Use. KOUEKT .HcKAY, Ldou dtitwc, neur tlie depot. Boiirdius, bale. Feed ind Liverv --ta Uujf by Uie day or week un rcutiomiblt J. GIFFOKD, 301 Central Ave. General lunurance ami Iluai E Fire, Laie, Accident, Lire Prumpr um delling Heal (L C. "5 E. Third at., cor Deer h.iceifliur Meal Market, treaii, Salt an> M.cata, Lard, Oyaiers an Bu> tbe Aurora Railroad W lU Il-uatrjng a specialty frank 3tapi, so E Third MOCKEK. MercHaac Tailor, llfi CeitCrai Arenuc ru h t Cio t in "ormw hi tin -ri >k l u 'trrei or ith hui i-rjivni Duffy Ott 10 -'he -rfto Dtufv to n Lfailcs ii nr1 im t rhp Una pun i i fid go% f uiau at ui jei i HIP rh in hetore has inihtPr'Dh Horn Lhe i u rii if C harles is -tiuph nt i uate i rhe measme and UIM h tps H lonsl actuated d pieiudu f ittum-t Lh Parnell 01 wliRii hia 1 plain evidence Hure cteil IrmonianH Attested. Oct The Greek pntriurcli his hostile att tude tow ird the porte and declines to approve or take mv action whatever in regard co he appointed bv -he sultan to bung ibmit ta understandinii between uhe mil the the on hoilos church Meantime the Turkish authorities continue to make uumci jim arresca of Armenians of oncerned in a plot to overthrow the -ultan s rule in Armenia. HEALTH IS WEALTH, Plenty of Money In Ireland. Oot 30 an article m the number ot The Contemporary Review Mn haei vhy external help la asi eil jr ror Iml.iud vhen i-heie a a t'O iMK) 000 uow in banks a tracn m ol aveic itan ,inon iud he or asking almb while Mr Baifour mKking i tour at the poorest districts ot Connemara, Da. K. L. WEST'S NKBVB ASD BHAIS TBKATMierr. agnarantcert opwiflc lor tlvaie na, Dizziness. ConviilsionE, Fits. Nei-vont Heatlache, Prostradou caused DJ the alcohol or tabacco, Wake- Depression, Softening ui tne Brain resulting m insanity anil Uuuhng tc misery, decay and death. Premature OKI Aae Barret neaa. Loaa ai power in either sex. In vulnncarv Louses and 3permatorrnce.i canaer by over-exertion ot the brain, 01 ovar-inrtulCTnce. Eacbboxooncainaonemanciu traMmens. a boxes tor SSOO amt by mail prepaid on receipt ol price. WK SUAKASTD OX BOXES To aim my CUK. With each order receive br for six boxM, aooompinled with w will Mnd She panuucer our writwn gnurante to relnnd tbe money tf tbe treatment does nc edeeta carc-Gnmrsateen lamed only by MON BOX'S PjCABatACT, Sole Afleut. jOD Centri A UrmlorkJT- T. tha Btacrafts Iu Ireland. DUBLIN Oct JO Baifour is Hasten Ing the preparations tor railroad construe tion m the distressed districts of Vi astern Ireland Employment for a vast number af laborers will be furnished, and very Imng outside of the districts through whioh the an u ha built will ba put Co work. A REM VHK uji.Y handsome woman n aaul to be the moving spirit m a phil' aathropical movement in Russia to sup> ply the poor of that country with Dr Bull's Cough Syiuc. IN chronic and stubborn cases o neuralgia, gout and rheumatism uae Salvation Oil. It is the greatest pain-, destroyer of the age Price only 23 cents. F Woolfolk Exmmtmi far Murder of Nine Penaai. MAI ON, Dot rhoniaii G Wool folk waa imaged here ycsM-cluy for mtinlpr of ame persons Oa Aug 6, 1887 f tha liodies of Richard 9 VToolfrjLk, s1 wpll ro do white planter, hia mfp, then an children and hia wifp s sister wen found lyinx m pools of blood in the Wool folk residence 4. short handled ai clotted with blood and hair was found in. the hallway of rhe honati Thp bodies of Mr I and Mrs Woolfolk and their rarant lay on the lame bpd and across the rhree corpse! the hotly of rhe eldest daughter a rpceni giaduate of Wesleyan colleup had beer1 thioun In ether rooma rhe botneH ol othpr tims were found anil fMdencea ol stiustsles were to beseen Thtimat' (T Woolfolk iheonlv survivmu membei of the familv wna arrested HP protestea hm innocence When brought into i room where the bodies lay he exhibited I gnpi Wonlfolk narrowly escaped lynch The coioner's jurv held Woolfolk ac i jonnr ible torthe crime Blood was founti on hia hotly and on hia underclothing HIP liniments that he hud worn on cht day of rhe murder wpre found soaked IB blood in an old well Woolfolk s trial lasted ten days. Aa I attempt w- IH made to show that the cnrnt i waa committed by a negro desperado, but the jury found Wooltolk jpulty aftei i being out twenty minutes Wooltolk wa> I to hanged on Feb 10, 1888 but the supreme court of the state granted him a new trial After many legal im pediments had been overcome U oolfolk wns s ntenced to bp hanged 4ug IH 1S90 but Ipizal teehnieahnes were attain inter p "id OnOrr he w is to bp banged Ot IRK) Woolfolk i mom e for IIP 11 me wis i desire to ob tain possession ot his rathei s property wbii li be 'eared would ao to his lather'i spt n I wifp intl bir b 1 Iren I'll n ion took in the out skits i the'tmnof Perrv Gu and was uini, sscii bi 7 If 0 or iMW pi opli On the Woolfolk was cool and ro'nposed rhe had priyed he himsell 'eiventlv (let I n ing his mnoi enee m his jUKMtion wr tten statement In inllolk uas raid in he g ive it is h s dung tlet laration that ht won mnoient it which he wit facing ntetl At 1 -11 the Ir .p fell The fall failed to break the vt< tim s neck and death result- ed rom siraugnl ttlon, h s p ilse cont nu imj to beat 'or eleien minutes the fall Twenn live minutes later the was i ut down MOflE GLARING IRREGULARITIES BROUGHT TO LIGHT Sohuol Tom horn Who Dn for n.jinjj Pjuiticallv OxTelopmeuti Erijjrdlili, Bi.uU C.iinmi.s. loner KimmHl to Eilwar i Englehtuit. T Ort TO im port mt rest inn uv n is uiouiibt out at tne in t -tin ti m ,i -if. bomd of educ ition "In HI Di ike i coal le ilei iini nit lieni-iun rhe nil dei. '01 tlie Irontrni in lia tin maul flei ru 1 -i r is di ul the bid- ind itflM lllMllSOl Or pit! n-llls 111 "Wit aim (ml t n nrm gnp Conimi-sioni-i K.mmel i re ire on i mil soul i n m Knnuel d n- If i n u de Ii in i ii t i the t n s f George M U.KIUW ick pi i it in- 1 ie r TO brorhers ind joined in a inin. h ti ir film -uluan iluallv he wnl be no regular supper 14 i oni row he h id had served at ihe Vt R C tan to-night but B TFV, J e l name i f n EnuiQeenng Works ban shipped inothcT tram entune to Johnaunhum blacksmith, shop at the Loco- i motive works shut d" wn yesterday to A GRAND DISPLAY Of all the meet popular Gumes and Amusements. The best -election ever offered can be found on our Sporting Counter. le 'But t h id time ro my knife our of mr fo r H 1 1 d m 1 i out IDT pments nt mwrtaiueon "hi point The, h is c insed con-u'era bie. i eminr iinonci the com minis who ire c m the.. u nli le some im 1 ni o i LS Dei u -liown It n L- ju-f II-M 01 i, r n Vonil ii EdTid r _' i i i commi-sioner L m i t nth mrd vho hi- be'ii ion pi os m bi about rh s n sr _ i ,n vis issiiu ed and tin icn-d vir i p, rsi n il njii by Comm saiiiiiei K m c 1 in le -toie of Comni --loin n riMiiron i 'i unnue The Tien IIP enre l roui blob's bv the on of i u uiia ENGINEERS WI_L FEDERATE BLAMES THE YIOPQ'JE OFFICIALS Umlmtiker Lxpl in itiun of the Rum inn Leurli it h i vi u t L uii Haium wh i ni'- >yu u ol H imaiie Leu lit i XI uei.pl.lu l lull it rlie .in i i' rh it me Iindj pi'ned tu be rh it i MH )ne fi1-! Ii 11 i ii' in iiie t miiiir h ive Iweiimuiu at. illiiii- u theconitv ni rj it hen I w ur i tot olie boilv it I i MI ii HI nan r >ue and said IIM i it IH Ihu u UIH 14 _iven to me as M d i e if h ind i-- sin h I 1 1 umed a pt'im r in ihip it 'ist Ii rhe body ui die ru in I ur e ist w nnr r it nunr one ind if tin id ml m in u- a.iiiii d i-cm n, there must h i e ipeii i i di a 1 ine.il or that name It i-- U'H rue it is ro assume th it Rom.me. la bumd in tne Pot BiN Held and tuar FTBU Leai h bus bei-ii SLUC eu-t I dou t see that bl ime lilt board of heilih hold themselves eqii.ilh blamelisa They D.irnl.. ti Toalltlon With the Or Ii r uf Rinl aj- Kmpl.i, Oc- i i'-s ses siou of chL i.incnt 01 i rhe Br irherhond ut n 01 DiuotiK n HPS rhe iki ir on ,111'snon u IM-, t 1 i I lie oiui'ution u- o ivr IM- i al n Mrli he t n id ui er >r R i u i iLis ii l ur it ic i inn in i i )t h in ia v h i n n r ,n u on x H u hi i i i P n IJT in HI era r at.h i ulu d- m ir in n ullli it uii i jr i i i_in -inn- whu-t in iu ier- n i-. i t ir n nn i rim n- i 1 mi i i i 1 he filling ro'lip floor mil blond spunm.; trom tna woimi jcant Mostbprat r h ul Johe remtn -d Di Bi r-c'i 'aoffitp whence ho wis 'iiken co tin F rch in during IH pxcii-emenr left ths saloon Vbniir "i W o lock Offit en, mn hi inn it cm ,_; ith preuncT found Sulli i i m i [Jo, n a Monroe stieet He w is irrtsr il mil t ikcn to he siation Tvheie he denied ill anon etlge of the af rair but u, i e n is irunk he waa nut ojiesn men PI closely Jone i 11 quire serious Dr I in h hospn il st in tlth it it for Hall wan (onlmued lust night Tumi; was [iiite a large attendance much arger than the niiiht bc-toru m spite of ihe unhappy weatiier The hall haa been dei orated wiih buntinir The fair will close to-night with a dime, whuh will be pleiisant Eveivone is iu vueii Mrs t rat m u ur bid' Vt en 1 in Pirnniirei urh Dr roi'ct 4 uiu u iier i ire Ml char rl 1-1 i i i iom IIP i" tint in i uiu fir u 1 e and is 'ill vrars Id i i] in 1 o be e'li r n i-rnoruir w n st iu i tl 'inn UH! o 1 i 01 I not M m if n n ir m -i on Ke i p i MM rii it rlie it un n.r nisi i i n 11 p uil 10 iu ml il ,P, hi ,1 r Ilie nol c- ire son i ic pu 7zic u i t i item u and lues ii U ii i ur him in i> eku.wl MT i i-., uiu m hp ond mtl i 11 Ue In id to iwur the resu't ot tl II ts (iinnci Kinnev mrtl ro fikr- u mti moi-pm st irement last mjht but failed Anyone intending readings In Mis Lhailes V. ildo Richanis of Buf fiio is sure of excellent en- tertainment Her performance IH narked by many rare qualities Those who have her once look forward to her re-adults with certainty of de liithtful amusement imi emerlaiamcnf Mrs Riihuidh gave readings at the J LuionHall in this city last n nht ind if th Toting people s geogiaphu H! g i ne 1'lc I'lie doctors and the juicu. 17c The ir'ime of c lumbias s 3Hc Little folks' alpliibt't ind piclure blocks I9c Drawmit pencils for nr little nriiMt Drawing teiuhpr irengriptn The game i t b ul im i h  i.itum tl 1C i l cnn'pi et t mil tn lilies the pi i s ident t tnMt'Vi-' bi m ikui_r silver rhe in >t mil int i tines incnntn listinction tn 4Oid is 'lie "u opean srm lud do mo IP thin if'ier movement -o expend mil uinsdl d ir> rue i irtnence if rhp t nir-pd i es mtl ier com mertpnirli rhe ip-iublus if aoath ica the prp-iiienr pai ticu irlv reqtip-retl rhiir I otilil tonve his upon rlics aiibjee' to m _' rnmeut Hi W is Bun. il lllvo N'T PF O Or 'fl II 1 el li i 10 i k an 1 )-e or u )r ih ne i> mil -u ip i-pd ro n i edi 1 I fill u r [I- brnrpei n hi u i ii jo r rin I i ie al ira srei 'l i ni l T I D -i in ml i] In ,i" i i TI d ir i nut rh ir fbi U in m in h t ie u m t ,r n i uid ul omi o 1 ft u isket Hi- ii ,i- -ci ut 11 iil nut rhe n rlip bi k u iiro It emliimed HI lections fr mi Fields >ln Ivi stinve Rus- ell unl m uiy uiheis i injinif fiooi liiiuit r to pathos and i t Hiding of Ii-i-h Lancashire neuro anu HOOMCI dialiu" H iieiformancc- w is bright tin t n_ n M r cliaruct- trunl bj etfuu i i ..ncti t i exaggera- tion was is fiiiiifu! m I Pi'licl i n ex] of lUe jt the uuhtn u c u. 1 bt- iu tunned Tbeiuwis in ittrii-ive vr nn unl} ihij miiiht ami an uile, ilium it Mrs RuiiaiKwit n -in in id In Mrs Pit-i I n tit tile Lnion a i 11 lit ih silt itt un sin IK, i   IP luriiibll a h.irse mil Unit Line Ui uiu Imimiuatt, -iiuie un menu In pi uHihiv aJ- Vti.wi u uiu u a u nut i U. i. o Ham-it- ll i Utnuiitt, Va. L M plijeil htr u i iimp iniirimit-' E The Bfix cott on the Lnion Paritic Bt-i'i O Ir u, statwi at the olnu ot rhe f mon P'C.'ic Railroad com pain ib it the iPDiurc'1 bivcott of that railro id is nothing novel, the ruihoads, conueinng mth it it ou icil Bluffa with the exception 01 the huigo and North Kestttn i minnred agamat it tor some time in the nspe ot breaking the j Lhu mo aud -u'rn In the judgment or r ie noil P iciticotficiaU botu e isr and wesr t c- bovcotc uo n IK r n eificr -o i aa my reuucnon t u tl in ome of rln L uon Pacific is con I iti'icit ir its bus n -i is fully prctected, tne f om being lole ro reach all pointfe in lepindentij of the lompames buuot Tli kpt Vji-nts frolic; Npn 1 ii x f r -Theaiidnoro of be New i nti n i nlrnail hive neen etaiii mi .j he bi oks if rue tu auent ir Tni i MI fnund unnt ne ttuiunts ire iii.uK -luir Ihe acent is be D' e p p-idc nt ot 'be llaet-if Noith run i wn ind he hn-s been m rhe mnlm nf rht i i nrril roiul tor twenn tne n in-- Ibe mkpi tip k l- 1 n ho 1 is mid rk it 10-1 ton toi 1% e vii- Hie ompjjiiv big iu -r died nvo n rr men in he illii D IM- to rhe c uiiipam >8KI all tin monev he h id tow i d ni iking good hi- -lion i.re De crc-a bnnil-men vul ro pnv rhe balance TliHtt H mtir L n i t x r in inr, i r ti mu intr in j i ti rh i in ri h n .l fs v Hctl rh it 'lie htiiiin of oui isun LSS.II! iblt ISHIlI llllp i rii ttn iffl i rln t onao coun mil B lirteltit m (Jr i jirriv ila 1 i Orr A.rript n v iliiaku r >fl TC im -r Mitrintrom in JHV WITH THE FLYERS L it FN N r it es rut u f f 31os-t m t Se nnd i i. itep P un m i i Ir B ul- F n-'h L i I i n, Fi thi lee .i Ki -11 hi -'Hi L l -uminai-ies of insure Eariy r ok Hint 1 _ rui i -ther tilo (TOUI mt i i ml it kton I Pa, mnnd ne kion u 1 i. iriuiiinrie 1 Dun- 1 tune i-pmite I Aiiutht r si heme to Harness Niagara. Lt -ins XI Ott camtal ists ho b been se-ii so much lately on tht stiet it m have at last shown theiruand Mr t usbroug, a ot Toiouto on be i il of the Queen-ton and Xa_in Land ind Improvement company a few i avs aiio notified Thomis il Gr ffith a CIM! eng ueer of Staten I-land that he -wax uted at Lewriston He has a line or a water power course running rrom Falls o Gil-' oert s creek, on the blow of Lewiston} hill nithin the imita The talists bave plentj of money to back the scheme Think He Ciimiuitteil Sim tile XEWPORT R I (jet in B rrou.-U'-pr t rhe Father M inhew 1 A.bsr ne H e -01 wno is i XPO. a urn irn t shortau" or m hi- t-h rhe HM n r, d etl ifteiuooi He hud been si k >nh i feu mil bis p1 x TU i i n it -it led is'o tne c 3tdinth ipnl e ro Ma, nr uirh ritv t >r LI T'l SWT-S printed in M die il ft miner 'Mcliij beirin the nutonsv 1 u j jt It i- stispt UPC! ill in committed -uicide i esc toe his troubles rn .-'s rices re- i imin 1 Ber uaB i i 5 i irm Prnlm for a United states Consul Ott 30 state depart-1 ment h.ts not 1 a report from the United "-t itea consul at Hahfai in regard to the for i ues ot the schooner Lizzie W Hinnttm it Canso >f 5 Act ing ecrctarv ot "-tate snys thac he doe61 not United States con iul it H ihf ix who h ib beeu so ictive in iraert in fi-hermen as the present consul and he list rcdits the at ire- ment that no ittentjon was paid by him to tne nrotest of the Hannum owner Annthei irnm of the Ttafla. LouioViLi r OT bodv of in nnknoun n u i.- found on the m er 'lour mrb -t e il zi-he.- in bis be id a k i te thiusr mer he uei.t The c iustt or death is i m intil vp-'er mornmi'- tieti rhe police 01 mined l clue showing r'nt it rhe woik uf the Mu.Ha. Theucim t is belie, ed wisfol lovred here trom Orlenos Lti uiii a Ir l rt e. 1, KJUinej e l m It l imp 1. fin- 01 l Ol ii e-. p Elpn n i t til 1 Lcontmt; It t ntxl 1 W ittt r- 111 i s ve rrt i ill l i -roller i "acps here Elintli 1 a EnliHteil in IrelmitlN CauKe. >EWYiiHK Uer ffl EIC Ali-ors Hewirt mil (rrace a d "he .rlin T mn I iv Tes-e anu Tunes L Faruo iv iccepted po-itions on tbe r inn ie rumi committee "Mr B arse wiio pre-i enr ol the -V nenc iu ompiiii" offered the commir "e. "-pe riilHnor' ition iim P mis rime -il Thirst -act1 >tj milt T tine Bropt D r n rT nine Fonr'h i u e mile P J, Dnlhi ens nine ril'irir 11 irl in wun Dial-i. M not in i ime i 1" The Buffal i Cxprcss says th it it is ruinoieil that Mr Robert fore, man of c n buiidus in this city for llie line whnhns ihirje ot the i ai snopa f th it toinpui} m BiilTiio h tn be mule jtiKru iu i tci i ii-liuildei of ihe road Mtu -ilinion ove.i both the fine in 1 i In C H 140 A Tri, li ,ea Mi nn li is been n 'W fork C i i cun jult HUH) wi'h tin ilflt nils Inn ilie- ru mills i-jit urn n ii-iii'il He li IH a line n c i I The trie, L is j i us at H ilon j line miliinir impi iveint nts to avmd waahoiua uplu.es wheie thev HSU ill v JCCUl nf 1-1. rtion The mspettors of i lecu m m Uus uij held i meeting it Llo'-e Mo la hull Iwt inisht to cun-ifter thequ stion ot wagcn They consider the daily pay 42 no v -iveu, t o small and unjiibtly low m comparison with other cities The hours ire from 9 a m to 0 p m George U J.itou waa made chairman it the meets inland Tames P Mornwy secretary A.committee consisting of Henry Smith MM hael Madigan and John C Etrgus was appointed to see the Supervisors Recognizing the dearth of amusements in Randolph a numberof the youuic peo ole have funned an amateur drtiinaiic club with the purpose of putting- on a drama dining eai h month >t the winter season Ayrault Bro a Co, of Tonawinda, N Y hiva taken tbe contratt of the Lumber Pay in r com pan, of Austin lo Ia3 nearly three miles of water line 1 he contrail is to be completed before the loth of December next f )tcl bus been ant'stedon the i hare? of malicious libel The complainant is Ada Cable of The Era and the al- leged libel was contained in a commun- nu anon from We iver. questiomnir Hie acci racy of the plaintiff's report of council proceedings Grandmother is np-ht. Cleveland's Superor Baking Powder Is not only better than any home made preparation can be, but it is, as the late Ohio Food Commissioner said, absolutely the best pow- der manufactured CUTTBLAND BAKING POWDER Co., 8r 83 Fulton Street, NEW YORK. Dry Goods and Carpets. IMEIUCVS ULDl.t Main Street, BIFFtLO. V We have the largest ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored hand and machine We a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a mce-fitting and 'tjlnh try a pair of make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe m Button ami "'iovps in broad, medium or toe, is the shoe lor the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some  uita in the supreme1 touit ou elialr cl Fu.rlisu cor puricions ind (Jipital ac unst Dr G H vnkot [i mil I to recover about Sii i diW illcgtti to Lie been pro cured rrom rhem hy mifirenresentanon. Among rhe plmnritfa -ir Tonn Fender, loss is placed ac 000 I Football Pliier Iiijnrril. RoCHEbTEU V Y OKI 30 Ciu- of Rorhester toutiiHll ream ue fea.ted rhe H im Iron colleie team uere ifternoon oy a ot H) to 4 al WHS injured ciud as compel ed Co leave the neld. t esfflr. a Harvard Defeats Wcslevan. i BOSTON, Oc 30 Harvard tieteated "Tasleyan yesterday at football. Score 51 to 0 The team work of Harvard waa excellent I nn unit -ut i i ti r II t, Irtll PI u uicbury 1 Fom-rU u e -4 mile- oberim L Paralina Lottie me I JX Fifth, ruee 1 1. Qneatioii l.ab. leiecminhic News in rti j age (Aridm ,tml Charles S Judd who haa been the ticket agent of the Western N'ew York Pennsylvania railroad it Fnnklmville for years without a vacation, will soon have a leave of ahset.ce for six months Mr Judd's health has lately been poor and he expects to jro with his I family to Jai ksi nville Pla where they i Lhe winter and if the climate witu him he will undoubtedly I enilj refill' there Mn Judd frpam ind children will m Chicago and UJ ibout the liisl of December they all ie'iva for the 1 An Itah m emploved in a gane at work nn the ni w railro d beinfj built up the i to Mr. tt found a can in tec wniidb wlinh hi stippohcd would be useful in inmp and he aci ordiajjiy >P- priipuatcd H tn hm own use and pro- ceeded to empty ihe contents An ex p'ohinn occurred ind the man was m -jtamly d The contents of the can was aitro-glycerme, an 1 the man not being f imilmr wuh the appeararce of glyierme cans uucontuoiib of danecr picked it up and at once met his death A COMPLETE LOB OF (1AJX STREET, BUFFALO V V CATARRH ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY GOODS AXD s BLO< K __________________OSA. HAY-FEVER A. particle M ippl'efi into ea< li noHtri1 ant! In lifrreubli- Prin ifl wntsat Uriurpr-O" liv mais W. KI v BROTHLItS W vtnrrnn Street, ork CHAMBERS 
                            

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