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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               Entered Unnkirk Post Office 8-Kond- olaas mail matter. CITT CIRCULATION. POPULATION DUNKIRK. 13.001. OFFICE KViBI EVUHIMO BY THK Dnnfeirk Printing Co., Sand 10 EAST SECOND ST., POBLIAHKK8 OF TUB CHACTAUQUA FARMEK AND COMMSRCIAL, BOOK, AHD JOB PIUNTKR8. ADVERTISING RATES Made known .it tlio office or by cornapondenoo SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mr weet, uelivercil by Carrier per year, through mail COMMUNICATIONS tor publication must li> everv accoripameil by the a ilhor'i full in.. .Jilresn. not Ii.r put. lieat in, bat aa an evnluneo ol gixxl faith rei discu W'OD   a (ul.lic nature an .ml uroper space chnriottcBrook.-.story. F r c d o i a IM e w s. i (From the Syraenw pvonms llcrnlil, Ort ZM KKVNKJ, PITCH, Loral Chiirlotte 0 Brooks has bci'n dc'laiiK-d i A. R. Moorc-'n l-aw Oinoy. ol tbe Station House fin'-e Mmicluy, but i will probably be released on bail to PERSONAL. diy. ThiH is thestory she told Cliint J. Jenkins iv Wright in Ibe presence "f reporli-r j >enlcrdiiy cm biisiii ii J mbei ton DASHED TO DEATH. TWO ENGINEERS AND THEIR FIRE- MEN KILLED IN A COLLISION. up WuirtQ A. NOTICE. Y association, o( Thlch thin Journal IB n mem tier, has ailoiiled .ne following by-lawe which will bo hence- iortb >trictl> a'lherrt't loin th.H illlci': 1. The not lean tlmn flvc cents per line bo cliargu'l (or' cunlii ul "reaolu tionn ol Imta (if wnMing presents tin" donors, obituary (loutry; fil-o for obituurx noliccaother Hun winch the editor Khali give aa a matter of 2. Notices of church and ociUy nmlall othei entertainments from wmcli a revenue 18 to In den veil, bcyoml a jrie. aiui'iuncemjnt, ahull U- Charged lor at the ruui ul r.ol. lens tliun uvecxjnu. line. COAL m WOOD, 0. N. K1MBALL, BUOCE'-HOIi'lu J. 0. KOSSELU i Office and Yard, foot of KuffiMi HOLB AOKNT F'JBTHK Dtae anl Mm Laci.iai All orneifl promjitlv attended to KZ.KPHONV. NO. A Rare Business Opportunity. Owing to the rapid increase in my Cigar industry, I pro pose after January 1st, 1891, to enlarge my facilities and devote my entire time to the manufacture and sale of cigat s. I offer for sale my Wholesale Tobacco business, with good will, private brands and trade marks. For further informa- tion inquire of GKO. P. ISHAM, 21 and 23 E. 2nd St., Dunkirk, N. Y. for Ihe Herald I bin inoining' 'i born in Ennlii'i'l mid my patent" moved to Una C'liiulry when 1 but nine mi.nibs old Mother bus wi-ullhy ti'lu- lions in Kng'iind Although we are IJebrewo, we ilo not follow their loins ae ti> re. We lived for a j time in New York, then iu Fi-rrona, Rochester and Dunkirk. At ptipa held some cily otBtie. VV u on a large boot and choe business at Dunkirk, where my mother died about three years ngo Then our ttore WMH clo-ed on a judgment and th'j gondn disposed of at a mere liiile Muilu-r lefl considerable properly to tier chil- dren, bulsinue iheu lliU bus all melted away, and I am frequeully called ou by lawyeru to sign papers. I don't un- derstand ttbi.ui ibis While at Dunkirk 1 leuruud that papa hud married Mis. K.iUiel SulinNky in Syracuse, but. thioe mouths luul elup'-eil before Ibis IICW.M wus given to me. My btepmother WHH very rov lo us and we found it impiib-iblu to live wilh her. So papa lixi'd up n plare for UH in the btoie A wooden puili ion hep ariles uiir slevping room fiom the .si ic, and buck of Ibis is Ibe kitolii u. I slei-p wilb two of my histeis while (he oiliei IlUle Mhlei hlucpi with my two lillii brothers. 1 am ciiihiecu yeais old an the oldest of the rliildirii About a week my stepmotlr'i came to llie otoie and haul that she owed McCarthy ami (Jompany a, luigi' bill, 1 lold hei lo pay il mill Mild SHC might inoitgage our piopeily. rftie told me ihul she knew an easier wny than lhal. SheHaidth.il she bail tlie hlnre well in- auied and she could buin it anil m. I Lh ears Then bhe made me take hold of a little Bible and repeal some words in after her I didn't uiiiler.stand the woriK but sihipos- ed it wusun oitth. Then I sui.l Ihal if the building was biirne nothing rouhl be done to me as I bud had no h anil in the mutter. Bbs mini mil I wasn't old enough lo nndeist mil the alluir, bill Ihul if I gave her away she would make tilings pielly for me. She dec lined ibat she knew more of. the wmld than 1 did and hud had u givnt duul of oxp r- and all Unit I uad lo do win in follow her inatnicli jus. I told licilli.il weebildien were in dan gar of I) i ruing but she replied that all 1 had to do wub lo try and get them oul when 1 lietinl criieking iu llie slore. H le uaid lha L not mind my clothing or any- thing else, ami if the children should f Oil City liuie vi_u (Js H Cutiiell (if IJiifTiilo in town ye-ueul ly for u s-hoil ti'iie. Neil Pallet 'ii of UuiMill I'n wni town yetlciilny for a blioit time S S. Buniside of Buff tin. was r- at IbePitik UOII-.B Monday. E. B. Urnscy of (Jheiry Creek here yesterdiy 'in biiiincM. Mi. Cliquy in C'l-iipuraiioii with 0. (jiff'.id of Jmncblown slmls a new bank in .Iiiiueilowu llie flibl of ibe inoulb. The po'julur lecture course by the Zclcsian Soci-jly is to be repeated Uu- }enr. The meniiiem will not be as uu uifrous as hi teLofore an they cannot be h Id until the completion ot tbe new onilding The talent comprises many of the lending men b'doic llie Anieiican amiing whom we will mi u'ion R-y. Russell 11 Uonwcll The l.otu- clnb, ,1. 0. (Jlmk and Mr Locey. Drtinitc information as lo Ihe date of Coimiienceiiienl >tnd exact niMu'ier ol will be in the ne.ir fuluiu. Train on ti o LiU'lcim anna and Western Into a foul Train of tlic Victims Burled Under the Debrli. Suvenil 8erlouitly Injured. A Mtaplaceil Switch the Caute. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1800. [From the Kllicoltiille The Buffalo Express, a violent Mug- wump seed piinled at Buffalo does now openlv wlmt H lias for a lime clone secretly: knife the rii'puhlinin ticket lieeause 'be linn. Ed ward B Gallagbei 8 true and tried Republican, a iniminci of the party for member of Assembly i" the 3d Dist. of Erie county did not see fit to answer categorically certain imper tinent questions put to him by that sell appointed lioss tbe Buffalo Expiess; it advNrs ibe R- publicans to bolt Mr Gallagher's uoiuiimtio'i. AnioiiL' other a--on- for the boll it thai Mr GnllHL'bcr is. a friend of Mr. I'lati. All summer it has roundly and soundU abused Mr. Plait because lie was ncn in favor of certain so called llepubliran Asseiiildymeu who were the allies of Tammany LLill; and now from its own stand point and standard of po- litical virtue it out Plait's Plan's alleged treacbcrv :md political hvpoency. The mugwuiupery of the Buffalo Express ha- touched tbe Imllom of political treason. it is the last ditch of rein Ilion againsi party eltlciency and good order. Il bad rather be u boss in hell tbiiu to serve in heaven. Failing to dictate party nominations it employs tir.st mule taciics and kicks and finally tempers kicking by assassi- nation. lu tlie Lumber Milla. Tbe great lumber industries in the vicinity of Oleftn are reducing their pro duclion in H marked clegiee, sajs tbi Bradford Era. Many mills are shut down entirely, some are running short- handed and others are contemplating a reduction of force. The enforced idle ness of a large number of people is ibe result. In many of tbe small towns along the Allegany tbe lumber trade is the cbiel industry, and tbe present depression is keenly felt. In Ibis case it is not the MtKinley bill that causes Ihe trouble It is all owing to the scarcity of stock, the mild weather of last winter haying interfered seriously with lumber opera- tions. The Allegauy Lumber Company will not be caught ugain in tbif way and are now preparing lo run an extension tramway system into the lumber dib- rict about Bullia's Milh, and will begin operations as soon as the iron for tbe track arrives. Their mills have been closed since last July. Gordon's mills will close this week for an innefiuite period, throwing about men out of employment, their resumption of busi- depending upon Ihe weather. Weston Brothers, al Weslon Station, are running on short time and will pro bably close this week, having only 50.00 feet of available stock to cut up. This mill usually runs night and day and employs about 50 men and boys Their kindling-wood factorj, employ- ing about 15 hands, will also close. The Weston Brothers are building a big slide in the woods preparatory to run- ning in tbeir logs as soon as a snowfall set" in. The large saw mills of Mr. J. R Lindsey at Weston Station will close to- night indefinitely. then burn, that it wns Gods will lhal such should be the case Last Sunday about noon my .stepmother culled again at the store and -rut my hlllc sister out after some Yalnziit candles These aic huiued only in memo! y of the dead Stie placed two of the candles on a shell iu Ihe kitchen and lign It d them, saj in to us that she buinmg them in mem- ory of my mother. My stepmother had pi evimisly refened to how she could spnnklc kerosene I'rouud t'ie room and so sei the place bin ning at once Sunday pap.i went to 'he lo liru and my sti-p mother went into ill sto'c afier a p in of shoes Ih :t she b ud sin; wanted to e to a little I'rie id ol hers in he cumin t then laid down on the sola .ml a- I had a t loth ache 1 I ly ou the bed with my clothe-, on lhal put brothels lo bed ii'id -aw th H they wer tkilei'p Defore I down. That last I remember until 1 h'.ud the I'll men in the morning. The c't idles thai were foun I bunii.ig'were the s.uue is luose my lillle sisier g >t for inv step- in .ihei. I suppose my stepinother lull Ihe store hy the i ear door." rent, a house ou tbe c >rm''' of Courtney and Griswold streets, all con- veniences. Enquire of August Kolb. Ibe new management tbe Anderson restaurant in Buffalo is grcaily improved, and theie is no bet'ei pla t in the city for ladies shopping or gentle men lo gel a lunch 01 dinner, Stab a line of second hand stoves have never been seen as P. ii. Caiy Company have on their Moor. 1'hcy were bought cheap and will pe sold cheap as they need tlie room for the immense slock of new ones. Norm ill Sellout Aildl I ion The iidilitn.n to llie Normal "v it I iMpully neariULT completion. I hey aie now al wink on fie hci-our whiih will s 'On be finished. It i- expi'Ctcd and hoped that Ihc entile tmililiMi; will b' ready loi by il 1-1 1 he chapel will IK in tins building and will se.il lino rtiih a capu< i J of accum- inoilaiiiig if jecessiiry one thousand. This new iiddilion tehlifius to tie irrowniii imporl'iiice of our Norimil School When the. old building wan irstbuilt it was Ihought tliat it would icc'iiiiinodnli1 all who wished to enti-i )ut llie growing aitend.inee bus renileied i nccessaiy lo put an ad.litiuu to llie jiiilding lii.sl elected. ,V vho is on IHMIIC from Cliina. lefi here last for Xcw York, hf1 will take a SUM -Hi r t iiis afternoon lor Kurope. 'I'lie ac( ident w.is c msed n misplaced -WMtch Ihe swkihman il is said, had e'-n in i lie i niploy of tue eompanv only -ince Oft '-'u LANDS FOR SALE. The unrlercigned has about -UK) ncres of land for sale, whidi he will Hell in 'f ten acres or in )re in sii'i pur cliaKere. Thio hunt m in the (own of Villenova. near tin Ilaimver line about miles hiiuth nf Forestvibe Ii Hnt. and, well wateieu. Md timber and goo'l buildings 11 A ill be sitij any terms, a innd'-rate down; llie balance secured by bond and miuigaije on lime to sun purchaser. This is a first cla-BS opportunity fur any one de siring a large or a small piece ol hind, and to enable a man of small means to get a good home and pay lor the same Address, or invuire of C Stearns. For- estvilleN. or at the law office of Stearns aud Warner, Duukiru, N Y different slyles of Red Cross Healers, all to be seen on P. li Gary Company's floor. Remember ibis is only of each size and kind. Much nickel and no nickel, so all may be pleased. An Entire New Stock! f. SALVATION Oil quickly linds its way to the seat uf the disease, allays the in- fl'immation, and. byremovingtbeciiu.se effects a permnneut cure. cts. Mr. Ruskin thinks there is a great future for American hardly realizes tbe enormous demand over here for Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. 309 Lion St.. Dunkirk, N Y., SOD2 --------AND- Mineral Waters, GINGER ALE, etc., on -OF- OIL CLOTH PATTERNS! Oil Cloth by the yards in. all widths. Linoleum in all gracb Butcher I Mirk loos Mark UKALER IN Silt 'All kinds of freah caught i OCEAN FISH i i when in season. ALS') ALL KINDS OF FRESH WA. ITCH I-ISU. WHITE K1S11. YKU.OW I'IKK. ol The state tax for Allegany county for the year of 1890, as fixed by the comp tioller is 2 34 100 mills as against 3 52 100 mills for 1889. of which 1 4 100 mills is lor schools, 7-10 general purposes, 610 canals. Are You Going to Europe? Take Dr. Hpisie's Certain Croup Cure with you. It is the greatest blessing in a foreign country, and will save the ex- pense of a physician. It strikes at the root of tbe disease. 50 els. Tliutiriiut Luviimutltc A Oliic'igo tliipatob, given below, will be rend wiib intuiiM bcie. Aftei DOHi-ly ayeur'sdulny the Supieinu Uourr of lias (U'culiil ihc ftiiniins liliiiation ovur tbc of se( tinn 21 in i icero. Conk 111 piitrhnifd the Qnint L .coinaiive Decumbur '31, 1S89, at iiuclion The Supiuuir C'otirl fully iifliuns the in.isici'H sale mid decides ibut IJulty Oruon abso- lutely no right to tbe properly Tliib decision meant a iri'eat deal lor the In lure development of the and paHicularly Cicero It insiiici, in Hie ftrsl place Hie ol locomotives walks Al least will be expended by Ih, Company for buildings, foiiniliii-s" n.xl s-bops. Between 1.300 and 1 500 men will be employed at the woiks. so tha1 about tbib new inanufaetnrini; Renter a nucleus of a population of tioin 5.0UO t" 10.0110 peisons %villue drawu at once Cottages, houses, and flats have to be built foi them The d Grant WOVK- at Paterbon. N. J., will lie abandoned. WHAT is a cold m Ibe hcadV Mc.lical authorities say it is due to uneven cloth ing of the iiodv, rapid co.iline when in perspiration, Tec important point is-, thai n cold in l.be be id i- an inflam- mation of the lining membrane of the nose, which when unchecked, is certain lo produce ft c.Unrrhal catarrh is csieiitpilly a "cold" which mi- lure is no longer able lo "resolve" or throw off Ely's Grentn trns orov anil tlm Electric Kii'banl T. Ely in his seiie puicis on iniinu'ip.ii f.aj s The neKt n itinal mnnopoh to con It'll d mid compiira- tivelj linle nee 1 tic s ml thi-i. l> he oiiiuipltM hit b i niii i n aic pte- like Uinsc ih.- sup >U I It u I lie i for puhl c un I 1 1 ..k a 1 1- si ill 1 r niiii-r If H inni t .udv macaifcd. ii'id the tance "i :eiicial n-e ot vvatei in I inii'it oe iniati'd On.- of out ncciil in I! iliiiuiire is 0111 'iiiind.int s ippiy. an I it Uiclhcr any liarge -bould In na'ic lor its (JeMain 11 is that III' of our public -urvice ov 1-1 nn> .nivale -ervuu be intiii-iiiud lij millions of dolUrs I IPUC made Kpeciu (if wuter supply in scvi la) t.iwns, and I have yet to Pnd one in- in "Ineli municipal did n.it wotk better ihnnthe benelicent pa ti iot ism of pitvulc eoi poralions i niokcd into the experience if a wlioli unmp of in New Yoik and hey a'l tell one -lory. I have befoie me as 1 wiile complete and h) ict in us of i wo or tin ce of tin piocmiMi lahoi by the excrlious o liii-iids Thi' pel icnce of linnlolpli in CiillarMniciH (Oiinty X. V., llu the Moiy A pnvate company waul cd to put in w iter woi ks nrd llie low bid winch they could be indueed to malte was 000, and that was undei I'limliii >u Hint the Inwn should iln for slock. The charue for was to lie for a household, wuh extra faur- (1 i.sels, in pioportion Kan dolpb linally ln.ilt its worUa lor n lota1 of yo.nnd will] achaitreof 44 I'orearh household, in -lead of is mak mi; a piolil Plveiybody is the experiment. G iwanda iti ibesame I'llnty haa hud a similar experience, as n.ive Kiudonia 'ind Dunkirk, in (Mian- tanqua enmity, whiU; the ing city of Jamestown tried tbe jinviitu cor porntion plan loilssoiiow The man who sent me llie account of tin Randolph expeiunent "imes ERVK LIVER PILLS. Acl on a new prin ..nil hnv ch fhion s ncn- the liver nmnnli nnil l.nv i'l. ihiouKl. the nerves. A new iliHcoverj. Jiil B'1'ills speedily cure I'llli'HiMii'ns (.art l'i-ti', Kn pirt hve'r, pileis, coo' Miimlion. fiiu'i i.d. a tin men, women, ohil urcil. smalletit, nulilubt, surest! 3O doMt 85 ctmts. at ironrWs (ll'Utlgllt, Irnold's Drug Stor IN- -FINE- Toilet Requisites AND Drug Sundries, ------A FULL LINE OF------ Stationery and School Sup- plier, Diamond Dyes, Seeley's Hard Lubber and Leather Covered Trusses, A fit guaranteed. A full line of Choice Smoking Tobacco Cigarettes. Cigars ami Wines and Liquors for ical purposes. Physician's Prescription-t n Specialty. Call at Arnold's Drug Store, 309 Lion Street And examine our stock hefon purchasing elsewhere. OCTOBER'S DAYS N'n lnn- fiisliions bundles Tlicrt- are niul we Cull for cliauge1! iu .Jewelry. ircr are tlie light and fanlastic of Summer pins, bracelets, charms and llie like suitable. seasons in Jewlry an in all ol show a line of high Fall novekk'S wlncli will make your eyes irlislen like !h" cd tings in some of them. There thii pro- per things for severely-correct gentle- men, Ihe proper ornamenls for laclieN whose own beauly ia enhanced by JUBI Ihe righi piece of jewelry. Theie it mourning jewelry, anil Irinkels for ilio baby, wedding piescnis aud lever's re membrances. In fact no occasion in life can arise lhal we are nol pioviclcd with tbe proper things to cominemorHte it. Then in standard goods we have satisfactory stock. O I.1 one i'ern, Watches. Many men join a walcti club and pay Iwice as much as we would I'haree for tie watch they gel. Simply because did not inquire something ibout price before getting their head in the poke. Uon't yutido it. JohnA.Stapf, ntral Araane, DtTKKIKK, W. T. WHITNEY. Butter, Eggs, Lard, Oysters Clams, Poultry, 
                            

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