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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1890. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. AMMW SCACHDTE for ruling all kinds of blanks is Che latest uuilition to lie Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Printing Company. Ba. amoRD, 223 and 2S5 Central Are. Artuuc Photographer Inatantanoona fhatograpna of Babies a specialty, dlttcra aceu not wait for sunshine except for JAJCKH Laviso. Pr.j- I uriettir, So. IB E. Second street, near Bal- (aio street. Dojikirk. X. r. Magazines, Mu- uc, Pamphlets, ate., bonnil in oil itylea. unten p.-omptly attended to. All work jiiaran teed. BCBCHEU-S CBOCKEBT HOUSE, .'KB Central Avenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Ix purled and lomeadc China. Glassware, Ac. NO. TO. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. GOVERNMENT CLERKS NOT COM- PELLED TO CONTRIBUTE. Pott Colombia R oi.lun bv (Jan. Rutfer 1 tHe ran liaiiifn tnB hitnic.ua tl- Appuinu il rcmd Coi HOTEL, _ Bates, SI per day. Ll-rary and Boarding Htalilo in connection. Victor Rider, 386 and 337 Lion street. 1ITX BABB2K SHOP V Chan. Saglo, Prop., Under Lake Shore SaSonal Sunk, corner Canter and Third streets. A one stock of Foreign and Doineaui; Ugars. I I KVEMIN6 OBSEHVEK. Largest Daily in the Connty. An unequalled advertising medium. DITSKTRK ESGrXEERTNH COMPANY. Formerly Sellew Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Boiler, Pulleys, jbaftmg Hangers, etc. Patterns, Jforgings, Castings, and Machine Work to order. D- (niKXKK SaiKT CO., -iOS, iind Center street. Manufacturers ot tin- Cromwell' and "Dunmrk" perfect Hun... Dress bhirta. On aale in ail lending (iirnialiinii -.louung and ilry goods houites m Dunkirk. Dr. TOOMZX, and Lion air jet Ueaier in Floor, Feed, -alt. Hated Uay, I'lm etc. Esmblianoil, id77. Oct. Commissioner Koosevi-it -aid j-csid-day lint government 3ierk- iiMil n perfecr in i-nnrnbute money to winch ever party cliey pre- ferred, witnont fear or favor, but thay ihonlrt not be cnmpel'ed to so contribute. ''But then- i.s nu he said, "why ander .1 Republican administration all the contributions should be made to the Republican campaign fund, and under a Dpmorrauc ailministration they should ill he to rhe Democratic fund. The darks are an much at liberty to contribute to one party nn to another, and thav ura perlcctly safe and free 10 make no contribution if they so pi-i-fpr Within the ied service the employes are un- ier obligation to no party. Governor ERTK HOTEL and liming Depot. Easy access to all trains and but, aouses. Besl accommodations for Com nercial rravelers. J. Murphy, Prop. CO.. Ci S7 and S. Tatrd atrceu Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- aolatermg. Picture frames innue to onler. Cjl O. .UATTK8ON A CO.. 301 Central Ave., ol f ashiou and tninUemun ijiiuiticrs II ABK1J. STEAM HEATING CO., anolacturera of Steam Heuung Appai-at.it-. -amLary Plumbing a Specialty. STKAJI LAU.SDUI. (Jar specialties: Fine Shiru, luc; fullar.- c; Cuffs, tc, and Lace Cttruuna. Free Utibv ry. A W. (Jammings, 207 Center street. U R. OEHM, B. Thint at, oor. al ButTalo and dealer in Fine Boots A dhu HKNIHt WBTLEB'S SK'W STORE, 103 t Taint at. Books, stationery, Musical In iirnmentOlagazinej.Daily aud Weeltly everythipg pertaining tu a tlrat cinBa boot. OB PMNTTNG ol every aeacniition and u lowest by Duukirk Pnuung Company, d aad lu E. aecond St. Thompson ,s a Democrat serving under this administration, lie makes a contribu- tion lo mil his party. I am ,i Republican; I aid mine, if we did not want to contri- bute we would not. No one can force a government employe to contribute, nor if he de.mres to contribute, compel him to contribute to this party rather than that. That is all there is in the question, except that no emnloye shall solicit directly or indirectly from any oilier employe, and none iluill .rive to or wko from 'another r Hi-re irn riolitical clubs of which ijov- enimer.t employes are members, there is j '.VIM- im-y -lumlii not be Demo- cr.ini- is as Republican. BUT anv of I them -.v Ii pro-cemed ii we have evi- dence nf tlien- rrvi.iu to forr-e contribu- j tions by intimidation i Bi-i_' den. Thiuna." R niter, in rorn- man.I of tne department, of the Dakota, j stares in his annual report that thi-post j na.s been in operation lonij enough ro afford n basis for coaclnsion as to its merits, and lie iironuunees the re- suits 1 eiiofieial. No events occurred durini; the pa.sc yeai- railing for actual campaign operations, thonah the troops to several prints where Indian iipriainas were threatened. The decrease in desertion of the m-n. Gen. Ruger states, has been sliirit. improvement in the future is looked fur. on account ot re.-eot? legislation tending to afford an opportunity ru leave the service in an iinnesr m-i'iner W. B. !'ln miison of s-ur-cn. Kan., been auni.inte-i a cader .it Point. I L.eui Piul na- been det.n-lied from! special .lutv al the i.avy department and I or IT--! '-o the Ph.ladeipiiiu. [t U undi-r- I riiar tn- wil. be itaLC .leiuemint oi the i N.irrh V auric L.eut M.ison. who an.-, been absent in Km ope for sev-ral moitijiM w'.l. it 13 uni.ers-iimu. b.- or lered I to the naval .lepiirtmeiit as naval .utatiie i ro --ecrc-tary Tracy Hie departm-'iit ul state has reieived a j di-.i.nti-h 'i-ijm the dined stares inint.ster at Bogota, announcing that the pr-sident I of Colombia has appointed (-teu. Julio Reniiifo. I Innaco Calderon anil a Coloin- bum engineer, wtio-e name it, nor, .riven. now in rhu ciry of York. .M inter- coiinnenr.il raih-oad commissioners In fonvardjni; tnis infonniii.ioii, Mr. Abbott .'iilimibiiiii is an.xinus for its iiei-c ,v mid seem to be no .um'it uf rlii- cordial co-.-perarioii o( the repmil i- m ,11" this I HOME MISSIONS. DETERMINED DOCKERS. CoDTontlou of tha Mis- sionary Society at the H. K. Church. BCFFAI.D, Oct. important gath- assembled yesterday morning at the Delaware avenue M. E. chnrch. It was I the ninth annual convention of the j Woman's Home Missionary society of! the Methodist Episcopal church, or more i strictly of the board of manager? of that' society. The convention was called to order I shortly after 10 o'clock by Mrs. John I Davis, the presiding officer ot the society. I LONDON. Oct. 31.-Special meeting- of Ihe body ot the church was well filled by' the seamen's union branches were u i Wednesday in London. Liverpool, Bristol After the roll call by the secretary, Mrs. I and Cardiff. The men derprmmed to F. A. Aiken, Mr. Francis H. Root ex-i make ,i nglit ro the last tended a hearty welcome to those THEY RESOLVE TO CONTINUE THE FIGHT AGAINST NON-UNIONISM. Tho Smith Cane Aronflny Deep Iiit P.ilu-e ConrlnuBii ot Ciimpllclty in I llr -iultliil lit Vitu Nut to Silrrnnilai----Cardinul BAPTIST CONVENTION ADJOURNS. fair attend- ing the convention on behalf of the church and ministers of the district. Mrs. K. E. Chambers, wife at' the Dr. Chambers of tins city, extended agreotins in a moot .ipproprinte address on behalf of the women of Buffalo and of the Gene- see conference. Mrs. Clara L. the Baltimore conference made rhe re- sponse. Letters of regret were read from Bishop Vincent, Bishop Peck and others. Tbe address of the president was list- ened ro with exceptional interest. The corresponding secretary. Mrs. B. S. Rust, read a very full and Elaborate re- port, embracing a complete review of the exteiihive work of the society for the vear. Reference was ma.le to the death of "Gen! Clinton B. Flsk and sympathy expressed for his widow, one of the valued members of rlie society. The society now numbers 74conferences, 2.1W8 auxiliaries, and adult and juvenile members. The appointment of committees fol- loweu tins report aud rheii adjournment til] afternoon. The convention reassembled at 2 o'clock. The ni-iiri-airi for thi- morning was nor completed ar adjournment, aud it was taken up in rlie afternoon where i left m the morning at the ippo.n'ment of committees. Some time iva- ..i-upii'd in ri.liiiir out the various' committees, 'then came i be report of the imisiirer, Mrs. A. R. riark. It showed I these Iliitires: Balance from previous' -HI: SI total expenditures, j balance. Kl: a of over the previous year. The tre i surer was; given a hearty vote of rhanks. Mrs. H. C McCabe of Delaware. O.J read her report as editor of the Woman's Home Missions. The last vear was the seventh in the career of the paper. It had been a properons one. Miss Mary Belle Evans rend her report' as publisher of Woman's Home Missions, showing at the end of the year a cash bal- of over a subscription list of 13.IKKI. and a brunt outlook. Shortly after I ock tbe lielecrates and other women in attendance, left oil the regular of the conveunon. aud under the IiMiiei-Miip .if Mrs. P. Willing pai-ieipiited in n hour, whicu proved to be -ery pr and enjoyable. The time rue -venpij -e--ion waa taken up with reiinr'-, from tne missionary bnivaus .-or il.isna. ind the I.idi.ms. il! -.hoKimt much m the work iii.-unsf tie if fusal of eninloyerv to di.scliarje non-union men. and rhev expect ilie symparny and aid of rhe dockers union in riieir gle. The leiieralion ha.s been making acnve tor rlie itn e. and now has free onen in all the principal cmr- and luvrn-., al wiu-li Roach of many have been received tor I employmeiii Home Ma thews I hiia promised to fee that, the police do their i duty in the of any uul.iwtul inter ference with non-union laborer- Kleven uniuns. emU-acme; 4m1 iinn mem- bers, cumpuse the new docker-' feiler.-Uion. The oraauixatiou is c mipl, te. in the mat- I rrr of detail and tiie dis-cipiini' of the me-n ih -aid In- their leaders r.i be admirable. The federation ro raise a fund by I levying an a.ssev-mfiir ot s .1 pence upon j each member an. -He pn.po-.tion has, i been rei er-eii thi- men w tli a decree of enrhu.siaHm. ihe ,peedv ai cu- mulation of i iinaiici.il bul- .iLTiin-i ii- a -aulr- oi tbe ,tnkera' h.ie-r i.oieM. ..h-er-, de-ritnr.on. u rhe event of u, general revolt aijaiusf the Bm- ployera. At, a meetlntr of railway workers, held in London, ir was -.rated that rhe union, since its formation, h.ul succeeded in oli- raining about iSii.ono mcreai-e in for the railwav out chat rue average pay of ra.lway pence an hour. Fniere-r in the South Hamp-tead inur der case is (leept-iiinii. and Hobi the hus- band of themurde'ed woman, .s germjc nim-elr eii-anuled in rhe -.t.uitlal me- lies wl] .eh i .ie police are knit- ting. The man na- an unbridled rouble, -vlncii he is u.s.tu ru ir., full capacirv m criminating himseii vanei v o; im- proliable-lone-, he tells. The -tatement chat he has maite -i full confe--iiin I.H pre- mature, out. in a fragmentary way he IIILS told ttiioiiuli to eoniince the police of complicity m the crime and hi.s arrest is Unnrly expecleii. Further advices from -rate that the Sultan of Vitu made no -eriona rfHistance to the destruction of hi- c-iuitul >y tha Brin-li nur r-tivaieil tot-ces to-he '11..-run- The force j va- nut '.aru- -U011.-H r.i span; an etT-' five ;a. ri-on. and ijiiruinii riu- D wn rhe iirnnies rennit-.i ir. is i-.-nor- i-.r peace, hu: ni niM-i; i o ije .I.- i i m.i 111- t A That the World's OiOBcd on r.orKPi.KT, N Y., Oct. 31. -The drst act of the ic-ion the Baptist convention raornini} was to accept an invi- Till- liurall Uvdieuted. next convention at ratu n to hold the Onenia. I'he report of the committee on mipor-.int topics was read. The follow- pastors discussed the subject of evan- gelical work in regard to the weaker churches- George Whitman of Buffalo Potter of Xew York, Sace of Williams- ville. C S. Daniels of Galway, Tower of Dundee. W E. M.-llingtou of Cambridge, Harrison of Memphis. H. W. Barnes of Btmihamton. Hillmau of New VOI-K. S. T. JesBOp of Whitesboro, G. H Bright of Cortland, E. Richmond of Sen- neir The repoit of the special committee on the endowment of the Bible department of Cook academv was received. The project inaugurated bv the women of tha churches raise an endowment fund of fortlie Bible department of Cook academy is timely. Auout iifty students regntered in this department at the open- ing of the present year. Officers were ideered as follows: >ient. Ber. J, B. Calvert: vice presidents, L. E. Ouriey. .1 C. Overhiser: recordinu secretary H. W. Barnes: ireasurer, T. E. Jones: managers first class for three years, W c. Bin i nr, Wilham II. Van Antwerp George F slier, R. 3. MacArthiir, J. S. SUUirp-i. L. M. S. H.iynes. J. Brokaw, W L. Proctor. E. P Bngham, W. H. P Fannce. The following resolution by Rev. Mr. Anderson of Rocnester waa passe.it: Hesolved. Th.it ivc request the board of man- take ,I..IH to a larKer ropro- aentanon nf vonnijer .iivnion in tae meetings 01 tlni convmion. and especially of the ad- v't-anihiy ot ttivinu over uuu of Uio lessiona to The treasurer'? report showed the total rceeiprs dining the venr to be The annual sermon wan Drenched Rev W p. Faun, e _J rue a resolution WJL- ailoi red asking the mamurers of rlie wor! I'H fan- ar Chica_-o ro keep the exhioi- tmn an Sundays: -ilso a resolninm t.i.-irmu rhe suppivs-ioii of the liqu .r ti-affii- constitmional ameudmenr and commen-niig rhe ori.-iniza. ion of young people n the church ior Clmsr.ian work. .r.iiui Greene of Colgate acad- emy presented a reimrr of the special edu- cation committee. This was followed uy .m add r educa-lonal topu-s by Pro- fessor Da- d F Hill of Rochester. Ar o'l-iock the convention adjourned sine me train Qf all the most popular Games and Amusements. The best the new can he found on our Sporting A uew lirii of nn way was opened up I here Ihifl niorniiiL1. and a apec ran over the road, [t waa the new i .witch to ,he Marell Steam Heating j Company's -hup, hnikling, on Ra''l- road avenue and Wright street. V car- Voting- people's geoirraphicn] game. loud >i arrived from New 1'ork, The doclors aiul Hie the Eneawitiih-enifine pushed it out The game of Columbia's prcsidiin to ihe shop, M.nniag over the awitcti for tht time. The curves were sharp, but ihe engine got around without dilH- culty. President R. J. Gross and Secie- niry and Trensttrer F Q Gould of the A GRAND DISPLAY 1'Jc Little folks' alphabet and picture Harell Company, Mr. M. L. Hinman of tbe Locomotive Works, and others made the trip. The opening of the switch, though a small matter in itaelf perhaps, is not a imall matter in iui bearing upon the wul'iire of the cily. Such an occurrence means a great deal. All citizens will hope thnt there may be other celebra- tions of the kind as successful and weighty aa this. THE DUTY ON FISH. An Impnuaiir Deeinion by Gxneral of rhe Boadice-i The j n u, made w Haitr siu-remiei ni .or rh" murder ot I nw Gerui.tu- I d VICTORY FOn THE POOL SELLERS. T.ii JO. VAS BUBKN 90S. Acciituut and General Fire I.m Dea, Real Estate and Luang, i'arj-icuiu. lUendon paid to tne ol property collect .ngrencaobc. Center St., ind dour. A i wu., u-teidav W" K n u i. the ne e Commissioner inou-i.....1 m the case of a lii stun linn. ONBOK'8 PHARXACT. JOU Central Avenue Wall Paper Pa.nt J. W.. L 309 Center street, 34an ulac uirer and dealer in Harness, oriillea, Lollara, Tnuika.Wliips, Buffalo Kobes dorseCoTcra Gloves FSCUOLTKS. 17 Kaat Third atreui, F Odhionable Tailor. Gentlemun will ilti'l it u- uieir advaatage to call on me before purctiamiiv elsewhere. FO. CAJBY A CO., 3SX Lion atroeu (itneral Hard ware. White Land.Uils.i'.iiaUirS Supplies, Oil Clocha, Granite Ware. A apeciai 6y oi dberwu. Williams E such as blank-books, lodgers, r. all kiniia ol blankR done .it Dunkirk Printing Company, i and 10 E. Second at. RUDOLPH XOLDfOtUAOEK, Cor. Third and Buffalo Dealer in Granite, Slarble, r'.tiggmg Building Oaij on me i.clore Uti your mde- walk. CO., 7 and U Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. al Liquor dtore for Faintly Llae. i ork New Haven and Hartfon Haili-'iad the New York and England Rail.oad companv. in- volvinu'ihe whether these rail lines can make a joint through rate on "bipuit-ni-' of rJonr trrim New York ro Bos- ton, lower at Boston, r., meet the eompen- uon ot tbe -Metropolitan line, tniui local rutes of the two rail for v's Dweisum Wipes Out Pines liJKri-CTlnut uct 1! -Jndye Taley reu- dereii his ilei isioii m Ihe pool -cilers' yesrcr-lay deciding the city and in favor of lie defendants. The court read the law in !Sa7 hi the m-ner.-il u-einhlv of Illinois in regara to and inol I etc -It is admitted that the C. J. Bronuee. is a place in ('hie 'neh of an iu ir-e ot .1 track. The power Ui exempt t he fair and nice tr.-ic from the operation of a ifeneral penal law than it have toeyemptCook county. Nor could the city council any more ex- empt such nu-lomires from the operation of a general nenul ordinance rhan it could eerraio persons hy name or cerrain numbers w-iei-e tlm barely toli'r The i qne-no provisi on the flahei'ii salmon u on i-aces, defendant, f selling noom u. l was nut in.-ide i fair or race h.-in no more iiiclosuits of associationa m Clark -treet. Such leuisla-i from Xew York to Readville, tion this is not only unconstitutional, i le ihortei1 here no such com- i but it is vinous and immoral in the ex-! i.eimon commissioner de- "'erne. The -tale law lieintt tinconstitu-1 cnleii that, the carrier could do this with- i tional. and the ci'y orriinancc passed j abtolutely void, there would and! out violating :he clfiiif-'-ot rue act to iv It i-, annimmed up tnoriiy -hat there i.s pert thin Senoi- Mii nnni-t.-r was reca! Mr On t.ie n. .11- ei ween Mr Bia iniii.-i liave been vei v -ecrci H-V of itate wa.- 'caret hi1- reeal'. 1 Me recall of Sen T Mii ofail'nmi rrntiouat iiict .imi short haul iilate commerce. on tbe hiyhest au- truth in the re- rnana. the Spanish u the request of file rela- ne and Spnor Min- plea.-ant and the 'ie rirst to express therein beini: rli, pr ,cu: ao Inn inn in -ii-ir, nx, epi in In- Hal ie Lutheran Ited animal ug, 111 reiiivniij ro ilio uldress pre-enred ro bim by tae Jewi.-ii oi Irreat Hrit.un, in h.nior of insi juiijt-e. impre-ied .jut; )i'--eni with -o] r. w ar iu.s rapidiv _'piw :i-r teeDlen.-- rhe veneraMe ,11 i.tere-i Ml.led IL' .10-111011 elm-, i.-ci-y of hi- iji-eat dirtii m i, aud ni- urteiiim e i-, -low ami 'reimuoii- la course of nis rem.ii-k-s he dei lur "hi-re were only ih iveiiibtinjt eiemi'ir- n.- I rue Man..! i-r-ml and the 'atnui.eit Jf the world The by tile nillleiN of the di-ivie reinsed to .i.lviae. witu rhrir coile-ii: ie- unle'-s 'h.-v -liall be illowed the pnv or vounj-. fn'e eiiM Ar. a ai-fi-'lv meeriuu; ot Bin-I Collei- doos at Madras re-mlun. us we-" .niunied Hutainst Br'ti-h inrur- ference with Hindoo iiiii-n.-iae The ddltorof a aal.ve t.a.ier wno p'-m-nr-id the remap or in-, .laa-'iter. a w-iiow, lias been to despair and his wife ha-s u vinil u a boycott, by his eo- .NKW 1 IRK. OCT. boar! or 'ippraiser-. ve-rer-iay on pralesis sii i- miiied bj cii.-toms. made a decision .ur.iinsr rhe as-es.sniL'ut of duties on ce-am importeil tiom Canada iirorhe pun of o. the imper- il v u.j ,nade -mcc rlie tar it 1 >'hl. went mro effect. The -nieiir of 1 cent per pi.r'-eiN contend that the fish in n are tree from duty under the ns of the piir-iirrnpa which place r- the -n-oilnct of Ami-nc.in -ii.d fi-esh and frozen risb (except i-atiirnt in treaii waters hy Ameri- can ve'-sela and with nets or other devices ownen by citizens or rhe Ct.iied. Srares. The new act rhus clearly exempts from all h.ibiliry ro dmv of any kind three kinds oi lish Fish which are the product of A'lieric in lishe1 all ash and frozen fish cceni siilmou which ainv be caught in :r.--li witero in-American v.-sel.-: all inn tish exienrsalm ler- or oilier iii'vicen .i-hermeu. Tiie lish u -VIHC.'.-I :n.-d. fell under the The .lei-ided that tha ITS hud siiinvn t clear nght of or rlie iKh m Erhard' s rnli ad in fn-n 1 decided third I per cenr nu m assessing certain neck- ties wirh metal riwteninirs was overruled and the duly rt.xed nr per cent. Xewg un tia Vtteiifcion, riiijiiren. j be no violation of the city ordinance ti j judgment must iro to the defendants.1' FATAL fines 1 This decision vupes out tbe sellers' of each. iiBari'sratinK nearly Jti.fflyj. The case will probably be appealed by the cirv BOILER RlltUy only ren-uu ua is rhe for R ROBERT ttcKAY. Liou atreet, near ilie depot. Hoaniiug, Sale, Food aud Livery stable sta- Ung by tbe day or weelt on tertnti. C ASI J. GtFFORD. iOl Central Ave. (Up O General Insurance ,tnd ItcjU Batau Fire, Lale, Accident, and Live Prompt acwnDon given ro baying mil stilling Real C. JONES, A 75 E. Third su, cor. fleer. Exuelnor Meat Market. Fresh, 3att anu amoeeii Meats, Lard, Sausages. Oysters an., Poultry. w w ATCHES, JKWKLR1, Buy Che Aurora liailroaU Watch. ll-nainng a specialty. Prank Stapl. aa K. Thirtl at. M. MOCKER. Murchant Tailor, 316 Central Avenue HEALTH IS WEALTH; Engine ami Freight Collide. DK- la.. Or 31.-A seriouo collusion occurred on the Iowa Central juat cii-t or' Marsliaatown on a curve at er lay fore-ioo'i. A cn- z-iie wli c Lacking..own to the Lumber us..; tjuj.i-v .v.ri, H.wit.1 froiubt. both i-'uiiiiiiL; at In -h The shock -i. jr a: rbat l-e'eht enuille was lilieti '..idily m rlie air and alighted sqiiiirelv on rop of tlic switch engine, both l.ailiv wreeked an were several f.eiyht c ,rs. Mo-Icy and Reuben emj'iipers, and William Ralph nml Cook, liivmeii, were injured Iv, MoMev and Rjilpli seriou.sly. the other-- -liaiitU-. The collision was the result of a mistake by the train dis- patcher. Bodies of Two Victims Found. SOMERSET. Ky.. Oct. bodies of John Welch, fireman of the ill-fated No. 5 of the -loans Valley tunnel wreck of the 23ni inst.. and John Montgomery, brake- man ou the freiorhr train Xu. 22. which were snppo-ed 10 have burned in the debr s. have just, been found by workman who were clearing away the wreck. One hands was stuck deep in the mud, as ,f he had plunged head foremost from his engine. There was another yesterday morriinc at Greenwood bv tha collision of two freight trains. An ermine and several cars were demolished, but no uue was seriously hurt. DK. TU na, B. C. WK8T-3 NMBVE ASD s gnarantBed specific Tor Hyste- ntzuness, ConvulmoiiB, Fita, Nenralna, Headashe, Nervona Prostranou caused by the use of alcohol or taliacco, Wake- Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resnitiDg in insanity and leading to misery, decaj and death. Premature Old Asrc- Barren new, Lose of power in either aes, la- voluntary Lomea and Spermaturrhtcu CAuaee by ol the brain, self-abase oi over-indulgence. Eackboxcontamaontimontht treatment. SLOO s box. or boxes for by mail prepaid on receipt ol price, TTK GOABANTKB StX BOXES Toonresny caw. With each order receive by ni for ux boxei, aceompanied with w will Mad the poxonaMT our writton grnorante to reload the money it the treatment does no effect a Suamueee leased only by MON BOK'H PaAJuiAOT, Sole Ageut, 300 Centra The Suit .t COL; .IBI-B. njnit CiiiuinnuilS .-rlAvor. der. SI. -The suit, of Keemeim and otliera vs. John B. Mosby came l.ftiie the, npi-fcine court yesterday morurm ou a motion for leave to tile a petition in error to the superior court, of Cincinnati. .lonn F. Folletr and .hnlae Peck a: peured tiu- the plaintiff- and City >ohcit..n- Horstitian repre.sented tbe mayor, side c-ousumed rhirt y minutes in argitinenr. ami court took thucase under ndvisemrnt without giving any iri- tiraa'ion to when a decision be o.xpec- ed. Xothinif new was developed in arguments. A HEMAKKABLY haudaome woman said to be the moving spirit in a nail- authropical movement in Russia to sup- ply the poor nf that country with Dr Bull's Cough SyniD. IH chronic and stubborn cases of neuralgia, gout, and rheumatism uae Salvation OU. It is the areateat pain- destroyer of the age. Price only 25 cents. Ari-libinliiip Ii-eliiml Summoned to Rome. Mn.'.v Dei Catholic Citi- zen, a church publication of this city, has announced that news has been received from rhe E.i-t ihnr Archbishop Ireland of St. Paul has bet'ii summoned to Rome for an unknown purpose. The Citizen says the fact lias aroused great interest in Catluvir cm-les. The impi-ps-ion prevails heie -b.it hiuMiop Ireland has been -inruni! ,.-1 to V- Vatican for discipline c" ii ni n is utterances in favor of -chums compulsory educa- i lie Narional Teachers' associa- Paul last Oct. Ireland r-ini Clui-nifo y-terday, and ibe nublii-aiion of The o: Jdl-vauki-c. stating he called to V.nican. preaum- si'ipline for having spoken in favor .if free -ichoois and compulsory edu- cation ar, the National Educational asso- ciation IILSI, .j'ulv, he said there was no truth in tue statement, and added: -'The fact that it ennie.i from Milwaukee is sufficient to brand it ius false. It is made for political purpases onlv. ALIni plosion i be Port me un Uuuean-ville. -even miles lo.iih of Al- toona, -ln-r'lv after o'cli ek ln-r One of the ihree m rhe ten- inch mill from ;in unknown cause ami me repuit could be ri.-nnly heard f'.r in.le- .-n-oiiiid. i.ir ill-.- inim-ed are: There will be no school Oct. EXPLOSION. The teachers have decided that it is for the Beat interests of all the children that that day be declared a holiday so that the children can have an opportunity of g'-ing ou a tour of i through the different shoe stores of C. Heueer Co. for the purpose of selfictintr u p nr of the new hiuh cut school shoes 'hey have just received. lie.I That Tliey unii'ir I.IVP. v. Pa.. Oct. serious ex recurred ar the rolling mills of loeared .-i r i-etir'ii.' wlle'l Catlioli had bee ably tor C Bnrreil bj- the Lnrtepy IAW. NEW YORK, Oct. Van Cott makes the announcement that the act of congress axrludinu lottery matter from rhe mails prohibits not only the mailing of lotterv ticki-is, circulars, etc.. but also newspanen or other publications containmg any advertisement of any lot- tery or gift enterprises of any kind offer- ing prizes, dependent upon choice; and, taat rhe law offices of the postoffice h.-ib decided that advertisements ot European u.ivt-rnirenr premium bomb .lame- scalded ami -K face. Samuel 1H' -k. alMtur face and William M-lle scnlde-l. Theodore hnrnblv maii-r: wh< se name- ai scalde'l. ic-it years, badlv I iraeture-i and cur. ibotu nrpinen, aged 4P, scalded .iiicd married, badly i. pudiller. scnhled and and several others, e were -.liLiiirlv Asphi-xjateil bv  r thu souls in purgatory, in eonimemo- nition of all the souls of the faithful li-parteil. The ufflce of the dead will be shunted before the mass At the church of the Sacred Heart, tomorrow being All Siiinta Day. first mans will be at ii a. in dm! high innas at a in All Snii'iH Dny will be celebrated Mon- day morning by a solemn reijiiiem. Ves- per.-i of the de til with serinun Suatluy night at 7.30 o'clock. of the Political Equality Clul The following resohujoua were re- p .rted by >lrs. Annie C. ihaw of Ken- nedy, chairman of the Committee on Resolutions, last nigbl, and were adopt sd. Resolved. That we. Inw-nbiding citi- zens of C'nuniy. asseinbl in convention, dn hereby protest amim ihe e-forced politicul di-fruiichihemeiii of women, while knowing th.it every principle of jusno :s outraged there by: Iherefuri; wu demand tin- citizen right.' and the free uxcrr-iae theici fgnaniuleed by the Coiisli'iitioii uf ihe Cniled Slates, or else 1'iat we he freed from the bur- den of taxation hitherto imposed. When us. Thd ad-nisaiou uf Wyoming into the Union with the political fran- chise for its citizens irrespective of sex, miking ii the only irue Rebublic on earth ihua advancing wouian'a c use ind triymg us the greatest encourage- ment, have yet received, ihercfore liesnlve.il. That redouble our ef- fi-rta. muss our forces, and inaugurate a siillrage onmp.iigu iu this State which will enable in lo proclaim at no diataut day ton 'ire free." Resulved. That ihe more effectuallv to eslitblibh our i-huin lo the fnuu-biae :hal we niaki: an ell'oil to j-ecure the of -umc fiiim suffrage bill or tiills at Ihe nexi session ol tile Male and furthermore thai we demand national :embliiliurj m (he foiin of aiucndiiieiH orduin- ing that Ihe right to vntu i-hall not lie denie-t ur abridged by the United States, ur any btale, on account of sex. UusuKed, That as advocates of politi- cal equality we re affirm woman a right to industrial equality. aa well and that we will cbeapei. no woman's labor Resolved. Thm we demand a more equitable division of the uommunitv property arciiinuliued jointly by him band and wire; aud thai at the decease nf the husband the wife be IcgiiUyen titled to onehulfthe real estate jointlv accutnuliued by the twain ins end the at-enf one third duriuir her life time all possible elfort he made to extend the work of organ iza lion to adjoining counties, looking to i he complete organization of the atate in the near future Realizing the necessity of more aciive and thorough work in existing political equality orgnrizationa it is advisable that the loc-il clubs appoint commi leca to ascertain (he number of those uutnide of organizations favoring equal rights to all citizens and repnrt ihe same to the President or Corresponding Secretary of (he County Club. Resolved, That the thnnks nf Ibis convention be tendered Mrs M T Hender- son who has .served the county P. E club ao fdthfully and ably aa President for th- past two years. Through the publication of these res- olutions we express our gratiimle to the Dunkirk Club for what iu offlcera and meni'iers have donb to insure the com- fort and arid to the enjoyment of those Drawing pencils for our little arliat. Drawing teacher Drawing teacher geography........lie Children's entertainment pictures for embroidery...................28c Children's drawing teacher........ lOc Picture sewing embroidery for little The engineer's switchman's puz Z'B 10c Yankee letter Farm land scenes changeable seel 1011- al pictures................ The united stales map puzzle Modes travel. Cut up (Jut up ntinorama............ The smashed up locum.itive. chuniciil puzzle for buys Infantry German A. B. C. and buiMinu; blocks.USc Cavnllena.............. Model aliip puzzle...... .....BJIe A me- .....45c The game of solitaire............75s, Thaprofcssional game of base hall. .23c Sectional checker board puzzle......18c The conjuror..................25c Little The saxon stone building; box.......43c Thu aaxon atone building Japanese checkers S5c Circle The game of rourul the world with Nellie Checker boards Checker boards....... Eckha Urnlley's inaiumuih my D.il'.H IJnznr. D-dl dies-. The pce.rle.HH u .1 set ...Me ..lOc .T-lc ,.25c lak.Mg ..-.48'-> l.-i.vn ttiiiiiiii .......Ufic lage. l up- .45c para us The International nnirble Cumbinaiioii doll ch-irl Slaye'a hoops............ .-toe ..88c ..25c ...73o STORES. KnterpriMi. Our reporter called on and Co. at their Center street atore: he found I hem very busy packing and rubbers for their store at Westtield. I' whom have so generously tained. We thank the citizens of the city for their hospitality and the interest they have manifested in our cause and assure all who have assisted in making this convention ao pleasant a gathering that their efforts are fully appreciated by the officers and members of the Chautauo.ua C. Heuser i County P. E. Club. Thanks are also tendered Mr. Fre-l H. Garlieid of Ihe Erie and Mr. Grigga, General Manager of the C. L. Railway for tbe reduced rates to otflcera and Bishop Bowman presided. Four of nishops were absent, but some of tnese _____ _ -vill be in Wasftinirron before are come within th'e provi-ions of] the -.ill adjourn. Eus- the new law. Goviiriior Campbell at Fiudlay, O. rNDi. ir. 0 Oct. Governor Camp- bell a 'ii- crata of Eighth here hist evening. marks almo.-t ic unthermg of Demo- ional district He conliued his re- to a iliscnsHion oi ol' a routine character only was ransacivu in trie morning session, several ippointment- will mane ar this mret- and ney will be announced ac a ses- 10 be aeid nex: Mondav, the McKinley bill, die alleged benefits ol which rhe governor ridiculed in his usual vigorous manner. He al-o attacked the political ieui-lacion of rhe congress just adjoiu-nc'l. beinn particularly severe on the bill increasing the u.imber of United Stntea circuit judges and the Lo.Ige bill. Fonnit to a Tree, X. .T., Oct. dead nody nf Henry Holz. a wood carver, was .onnd hanginir to a tree in the woods near here. JTolz bad fastened the rope around uis l iLpisi-apnl BlHh, semi-annual j They stated that their U estfield venture delegates attending our convention, the M. E. diu-ch nad d successful ami thai L i AraiK C. SffAW, yesterday morning.! J Com. J .M.H8. HARRIET T. STKAHXH, they now have t largest anoe store in that place We were shown a 'ettpr from Mr. Cray whu has c-h rg-of tin- store, stating that he mutt hiv.-mo'e hdp. tn care of the iiicreii.-in_' trade. Their -tore on Liun street is ui charge of W. P O'Xeil and ia in a verv condition. Mr. O'Seil is quite an artist and ihere are specimens of his ban liworb hanging en the will. j THE reappearance of lagrippe in I Europe should warn Americans to be in rear.iness, in case the epidemic returns to our shores. Catarrh, the forerunner of the disease can easily be cured by the. use of Old Saul's Catarrh Cure, j If yonr buoy is sick, suffering and 'crying with pain of cutting tec-th soothe, it with Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. It is safe. Price 23 cents. SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT CTODDAHT A tO., Palcni AtlortiBVB. BW 7th St., W liBhlllK'Uin, 1) C.. npjll U -5. I' fli-H i.nvpiHB anil Ke Trade All fuu-ni hiitmiuiu for mitdurato tnformuUnn, Advice unit apecml reJerenceii ne.nl. on rciiueat. Burb O. .Ipiilibc MI jriiui'i'ttl, and uiiir. Llmt liii liaM nnnniirni! to thu mlriiiiM in piirtic- the lituliliiiir for- merly m-Riipirat hy 11. U. Mullen, iis Tliird -urceljuui Illu-ii it in llral-.-lnBn.mlnr, ,'iud in pii-iiiin-d tit tin bm-liiiniuc. (ur pnn-ntiuKU, I iwilu-it :l slmre at the tiuurc. Ileiperlliul v O. ,V. BURBKE. A. MONTH can Iw IB nnifirrcil who .-un fumith horse ve their wluilo unie lo liumuusa. miiinentii 1m prolltjilily emnloyctt A tew Vlli-.aili-lunin UIWIM mill e.iutm. U, t. .riihiiuim X, llu-.hnioiiil, Vn. tn 10 Grandmother is ritrht. Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder Is not only better than home made preparation can poss.bly be, but it is, as the late Ohio Food Commissioner said, "absolutely the best baking pow- der manufactured." CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER Co., 81 83 Fulton Street, Nzw YORK. We the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes .n plain and light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We carry a complete line NET- TLETOFS Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and 'tylish shoe, try a pair of this nake. You will like them. Our _ GENTS' S3.UO Calf Shoe in Buttoti and Congress, in broad, medium, or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- ft-red to any trade. Come and Examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON 213 Centre Street c.c. PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 3B4 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. DBALITB IN Diamonds, Watches Dry G-oods and Carpets. AMBJUCAN JIMJCK. 3961-402 Main Street. BUFFALO. .V Y. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some nre burn anfiieve fashion, ant fines thruxt upon. qwiVi Lmnb, iDlien. fiu tailor him. n nea cunt with a tfl-nf.t vnlliir and tal.f linn "tr.i-ry- velvet It is right to in fashion if you It is almost as easy an to be nut of fashion. unless you are indifferent like our friend iamb, who, as agcninn, could to be so. From im you cau Icarn about tho newest fashions in dry goods, in all hat pertains !o ladies' wear, such aa dress goods, cloaks, etc.; in ami Jewelry, Leather GooiU, SNGRA GOLD tf 3IL VttR PL A A COMPLETE; LUTE MAIN STUKBT. BUFFALO. N. Y. ELYS CATARRH Cream ,__ ___ The brewers' association of Buffalo i have put np tbe price of beer from 98.30 the ne'v tin; c. then climbed the tree, crept out Anderson rcstaurint in Buffalo is areatlv to a barrel, and agreed to sell no more i i UL, ji I.KUIIL ,ilice the number of beer shops in that men to get a much or dinner. city. the >Fiual Paiwac Pain ami In ti am titi on. H. tne .N.t O the nf Xante Suiull. gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, and in carpets, draperies and in- teiior house decorations. The newest Fall Winter styles arc re.aay in aU A. w'on- d'irful lot of attnuiiuMu, 
                            

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