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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. T., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. NO. 76. B fiEP RESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSED CiBLF.D FROM ABROAD. ENGLISHMEN LOOKING FOR FPES TPADE ALREADY OF DUNKIRK. A ?W RULING WVCHI-JE lir riling l n ia tif ilankrt ia Ul( iWMt l dltion x> t b inn al piirrmcnt t DunltirK Printing ompttnv B. GiyFORD, 22., anil 225 rentnil Wi ArtiuLc Photoifnphi r L i luntuncoii" Ba i -m-v need not for riimttinp "-iicpt j pr a jabies. i b i i BESDERT-r kites lavilf, i> prictor N i M fa. -MM-onti .ar et ifiir Bu' Tit, Dunk rfc >J r M i i M i 11 t i n eu umnij n i t ir it i ?rr iltentlti 1 to A] I wn li trap -ce i CBOCitERV HODSF, jtB Ceucnl l an.! tuna, Wmn A HOTEL, {1 per il iy ind B in eonnet uon V it tor til le- XIS anil U7 Liun alrcpt. i ITS B VKBJKK SHOP Vv l ban Vjjflp Pi ip n ter I.jtko Shore National BunA "nter antl rinni arrceta V Jne d f reigo anil Domoadc i-i-iri tnsiirt ttognnjiny Kct 'at. I ItMiHnnii in Vm. rit Curlrri Hutr >blHh Pram h RUIIIUM In th f -Thw Will I-oiik Into Arbitrary Killing of Throe Vttluneeara in Poland NJV 7-Cn.hsh n ws ,irprs i -r uiir iejil nrip news n i digram ip 10 i PW pars t n sh ng tit _i p American lire society m-iiimt ic st 11 la la quarters I'JPI -iiibsi intial at< uri< y on siu li r, TQ i natuially be  t parsed throng1! nj! b( ily and he-H-conl ifancijh hit facp either of whicL won'il proved fatal He was still gasping when the crowds began gatherinir His right hand pocket waa' turneii half outside, indicating that ha had hiH hand n hia poaket when he ap- proac lie i the c nef of police A gold-1 he idpti cane lay oy hia side H STANLEY EIPLADS HOW MAJ 8ARTTELOT MET HIS DEATH IN Oront Bxptorvr rh With Ill-Traatlnif nti His a niou ORK Rose Doaii r.tnpnr in itian. Woman -ly necwwary BT i listr4 tarion yna can rudaca ronr lo ids tn 4BO "The of oarrying ill gup piles tiiif if Em n Usir-dro n-cura to onrHtzjtion the meet him and woul i m rn iry to pur hasp find and cbp i 11 f tnbps ij vo wenr txj rhe west r fr -TM nor nerp-si'-y for rli we nisi t s iy [n camp Iliey i otil 1 have mode or., tmif "I iirtit e n flurttplot new book i liar he prpspnf year says not a. man in the whole world would 1 said to them was. Tipno Tib wi 1 not all che man he hits prumispu but he will mme With thpse you cun IIOTO DR TALVIAGE IN NEW YORK Arranjremeuta Made Him m fho Ic irfymy of Manio Sunday be-vppjj eng-Ljementa for aacred con- certs on evenings at the Actid emy ot ilu-.ic, Kew York, ?yere con eeled b> the monagemeiit, as the house has been icawd to ITie ClaristiJLn Her aid for the remaining Siind ly evenings new on ik n i aKo to be i impclc i virh i I OBHEBVKB Diiilv in tne oauiy An uaequaJled advern.ii 14 me ti 1111 D KNGDTEJERIM. F >rnne-ly A i (Jtii ctiu t 1 i ill! Lenti u V t. 'anal in am (at nil-oicn lUtiei HE L 1 anaracHirers tit u tiiut.ini. Ippnrj i FtiiuiUing i stit t m t> uur ape. mluca Fine ahirta, Ilk i in u c i uJTa an i Lace nu fcttc D( ir A vv on i j wholly k 11 Mi on "Th. iimencan I Commonwpiuth which explained the working or thp vanoiid bmnr-lies of the l nired Tares uirti remark ablp ol( arni-ss tpprns to hme bppn more h jh f pra spi than carefullv studied by no-r or Jie ttulisli editorial rntera hia bpi ef thai, pn tprrion la on the i n ucountt ror a scroll par' >f rhp t ni h -unrh vthit-hrne apws rhp plr-ir n w lecpned in rlns i mt Dukenson of rhe bhpffield onl wik im n> unpd from thp Cnittil -r i he P lip m uln an "ittg irion r mi it r DP a i iwi ni c i.ip I M aif p i rn rhe n ir tT HP 1 L i in i, ill rl rn- 1 qn i" i i c-r th bi inch 11 L. n i a w l e I n t i (iiPin o ia nutatr ue their il01 )r 1 i la gp p u or tlvir Vim i H i HI i_p 1 1 11 his 01 fit n 1 (rtn Gourko i ir P i md ro pioienl to Put is >m-r an! vul i i In- nr i non m r rli- r un r, t P f s vr r n pp nt t urin c u i-tl ro i a n if the tor the ir n i-v k 11 i, Jt rl P oieu IT 1 "in Wai am of Aicfa- 11 i l i H n   >f i 1 rnuli. ie rhp ai lid ik.p uu i i h H u is it John I i h rpsided I r i U i, ounmlhis irle ind l i pi 11 UP w rh rhp 1 !i i u u n hi bu Ideis 'i mi i n d i aumbei of I Ot ir M It f -IIPI i tn hi p mtedeit 0 'i a i 1 i n j will ill of r u i i ouiiipd Ihe lust tie ml of rr 11 u t 11 5 ilrv lipimre tr m Li iidt n in a-h i bound t i --u ifli HIP has npipi u lived it' 1 r of i nr ion ind is su loosid to I Chi f Gerald ,oon after the shooting hisoffiLe and pauamij our the n-ar  it ih at bis it- He ha-s hero ol.ief of pu L >f M nrgom ry for the pii.it ten or t ypjirs IJtiwrtitin Ha] t i-r-p or, also had T. lertar of -ecu ti npn iarnn fro n Mn, Bi llcr I ac- ci'ijipn hp i-" imiupiidi ion int. IIP vonng DUIJ u w L tak n aa me. if tup niembprs oC tic -tppiit m rimr is how I elected Birt- il and ;r PC, bur la la 1 ki to SPC i pr pr or choap an 1 thar is rheptiwer contiol ia rsphnzs foi and FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT tJHJi u T P N I A rpnbl nrtlay i t url Ui n I Urlf l 7 Killed and laoth IT In n rnl N iv SfPCldl to f f ui Pi says iiiulenf otciirrw titi-Urpvs b ive hpai.i' u on re-.tilimi_ n thi nsf mt 7niv 19 H 1 rii ith mi hp-onous njunng miinlirei r il arrive at his n were engace 1 in building a irtp new will mdpr i 1 -.tonp pier "Wha hp CAT, portintr top r ulro id i ick into knlinl' ur mills Wirliour a. mo The cmsfs WPIP his daa l il-xjut Barrrclot s t he nad been shoe on m -iiior ior cur or -ep mm is 1 d not iinl a ISP or causes ol h s l lent temper and rMf j. r HJT i it-ii u uttiiiijcv aut met warning rhe n ii to settle his consr mt n< hn irmu o qti ir-et H. to rnn'T cra< i bPPu away fr, m hp am a of h. w" ani? 'T -ome t, ne i, the time of rh, kilhuif UP bati retiirnell 'ey b cjmp atid 1 u pteaeuce seemed to i s. -lestroy the i Armony that prevailed and amnel Rn tell over his prostrate duunij hu nee Ma] Barttpl ,c de- i-orm and to rhis circnmsr tnce Pettit mantled men fr m rhe en et co carry OWPS IIH hrp as Rivel nan instantly hia own loath ot sajmg k tit PPtnt laitl tor an honr that, ir hp di i not get ihem h! h, 1 1 itnyi 1, ,ton r hii u i >Ii LH I let ni 1 t a pni u i i ha n t (v v is as j j i 11 n rue mrrv in i hi ta ic the in triumph i it trom t or the j i Gh it r v -r i Lie nr of is r H jon u si rrl s M.W M idl a OP morp Trtrnj and orv iq one menr ot rhe j h h HI I If 1 Til r r ;u i i Liu 10. i L Ji i i tr VI bn Dnr i i t Oi J l 5 in line it c >r sou h ai chat ills (forts 1 ot the  V( ra ives Xtit-i III-LUI L 1 i -4S 1 It ib i ii om-r s .iailioniijli, Lallor he nur ui n Byij 1 ion will rpnrd it th l ia n md i TO n net j in ds I rhe mi u ro ran a IT tney tvl' iuu i o u i rhe rilies ihia vitlio it did .in ker rheii e ot rliLU old 'hit j would 1 II-P fn e on Jah ind would i pu In n n Imrgp vh IIP Jair I r 1 i z t lo i Emm un fulv Is Bin rei r 1 ear OOP jt tin i 7 i u i ills h pt m u U i un inn) _ntial> ohm 11! hi IP ulil mi P ai irrn us 1 n _r is I p or r iiuth n n i i Bunel l 1 is pp In tliL bpir M a PB. c VKV CO U. Liun 3UXLL ie Laid, )tl- f i Ol! Clotliu LrriL It A d 5v tl Slit.rvv Inamb Pi t m i >p (1114 Affray V iona I Ox )I 1 Ht 11 L i i r leamut fred t it i it Jainea Irank TI i r i rue I n %eryity i IL ni nfnet irmif hia i i i i irti t ix i w 10iw wound The l O l d >B 1---U1 Jl! m ne vt Mou lay R Qtv r Pr-nli in 1 Oh. mil Lor lliirl tmt Una llo M LTJIL. alont. Cm in lie ng 11 i r" IIB he VISID- i> lav and i i i irli inou he omb K v ivmnlph In the i n il the eniferor and i en f e i in otii i 1 r cep i m He Ji b t i _, irh noLHzud flnnii-r Hl.-LEV CU an i l Front -screeu niswv VV nts TTeri Lnim r -jton tor, .ah I) OBC.KT Uch. tY V sUef-t ni.at up >c -r -lain t i-ii in Ln biaol 11 ov tiie t L> ot wttlt un u ibte r j (jilFFOKD oOJ Ce iru Ave O -i-iira L laiiriuce LU U fc.ttU.u, j Fir'- t- i iiJ 1-1 ve j ntu t- Pr uiy itLenti m rf v n w> b i> UH I R Nn r t u pi m n i j n i i v In Mil art rhe u n tn ic t. ts nn f rpu i tceiveii r i i ul v t i i 10 i t u n bu ot otli ills A PREDICTION PIT t 1. 11 o b r urd it. or ULt- Meat. M irket trlisb, aus L mi ov ami anil u ul Hill ,uid and il mu 1 an M i -i. 11 r ie PPUU Hicin otarot m an iiPM lit rt that Puti- "It tiou IM i iiior >L P h ama JICWELltV AC Buy urora W uuirmis t tr F dtapf. I Toiri. W3 Meixiuiat Tailor, T16 Centra! Avenue HEALTH IS WSALTH! K i-v xi ei i m CIMH in miKf-uim listnti b, in I 1 h ik i ule rt -ivi Gen Shendan, t ir J ht- che nom nee of his jarty i i and t' it icket rp id 'Pattison im Hi i ti )t t artist a s woniiiT ul 1 re oid w ce t tomptrollei of Phila- ieipni i )iiLe ni IVOL nul twice governor 1 Is hLit: 11.5 to keep such a man tO ht l 4 Ills tlLkft' i hit T 11 our ticket be' Mc- I i i be electe I ernor of Ohio in 'l'i nn mijoruy and noliody i be thought ot for the first place, wnl raml 'McKmley and 1 ei. yo t i anil Hill i UcKmlpy antl Reed i Tin lit-- a n ji i s u "euilb d a n 1 nine to dn li it the no n in i ro htop t 11 a re rr i1- and ieuor -i haij he in t i nr it is Pur el it lien ins his 11 b ich. jo) rt) vlio w n i The boy runrns intl IL .3 i i Jine me i i i nung i" tec tied ro rp- ln nnnr DC nj: he w IY ucii pips'ailei natives otilpbr rhe OL dav v nc ir 50 up to 'a "fume purrs it u.ie D irk Conr nent (Pirsio ake Bar tclot theipupon junps up ind acw rnre m Qt will irop cue m I-H md jot the nr-sr ml v i eiTin me wuo IOHH r ohp him VTich a -i fli cidt-d ro volver a me i m i tl i pointed st rar igfi triffic wmd aS m IIP ier he n irtp i our ro l tn rue line he warn the wonun who was, He t im'i rhe 'omimji led her r the keeps on L flip npw commis- only 'in king up ir uiui m a thi> riunk w J assume the ma mer kno-vving Umt ere y one n rhe am) ikps h ui tn-lot her ro >top an I ii'Pb hpi a pro 1 with k [hen he begins to oniich kick Im Wlule this 11 woman s husliand Is rive 11 y irds HP PITS hiswiifescri-um ot rhe loop hole of the ___ __.___ elor v h hi" p nr >1 m w is unmedi itely on'J anr' f'le K m die h r bpat fe Che worn 11 rip i hit-f rhe fn >t md IA mat h >t his c oa w liufotis Ia i n taur he h usr-i h a stnn rli n h rhi 1 K p I of rhe hur unii sho B i rl 'or li n i u i he h )le r1 IK w is doae m a spirit of in_'er Iher H n> pr i e 1 rut m bp id ust nil i t i 1 i i done i i ler rli u i rhp rrrpu ir ill rh I h ah- rhp Z 310 o rl em h id no Tprpar rnn wn it 1 Woiiitvifnl VPOBL us sharo BVLI IODL sr rhonsand peo-j pie ihuicd rhe rppntpcl woild belter H m iitl a-Mir i as was snccesst lily laniiLh d ar Loi ust Point, The oieajlng I is gu t'le -pipad anil hro p is he if ssel went off svh cli momenia il- Ptl her cem poraiv ball nr -h r li hut nor 1 i ti m haiiiu, pnrrly at n DT vpn rhe u-1- rriou i annoc e U si umed tl ir this iron a.n- i p which s onstnn etl in tne t pr p in s .ip iblp ot makms rhirty n t- in hour and w 11 rpvi Innonize hit 1 flip also claimed to be i'p f an 1 uuxinkabls ami lo hnt he ou r go to 01 the i_  mvmatrui Lions up Lid no h to do Titli uhp-T A Ei f i h orljt-iman pun jry n m va.v I hii P i ici rpoi itnd n m Dook ill che (fit 11 d jt iniciird r tjur! ni; the ilo T in mt rl e d dn k i hp i -iO m i a b inn wh MI i TI nt ia7 1 P! rn ir rrup r ins i tlii nor kn vy_ would DP jr U i snnphea -ve woul i need When Fmm lecitlui ro ov 7 Comj pssm-in H itch who hut 3 ist been ie el cted m tne First N iss un distric announces himself as i t tndi mte for aker -it the ne-CT; house of reiirpsenti ives Hi- bases his cand d i  Svrup will alwavs assist Tocojeony cos- Witb eacn orlc-r receive m comfortine the bahv bv as for six Uoies, accomva lieu with JS-O n cuuiiumug rne oaoy w H send the purcnaBer our written jraur mu. so refnnti the money ii the crPittment ctued no t A fan- Guarantees imaod only by Mo N M 'a KemainH Sent Chicago Nov The of iham Li i oln the -on o M n- ufhsiH ken s i f a r of lua reirmpm r IK mi ol oners'" o I dn nor SPP ill if thLs t 11 rl i si meat it the Hi i rs s on d -nv s p- One 't t IMU fold tha Burtteiot h id a habi ot r in i u_ n ironr or rhe men an i ir iiit-m likp a tieuci HP could do this he hid iaige trout teeth whitp thirnoul cive his tacp a hornbic upppanmce vvdea he made rhese TOU left the camp of the rear guard, Mr did vou nnprpsg it ou ha men rhar they muse jznard those of goods at all "I told them that they must not lose them but did nor give them to under stand tnai chev must not go away from the uimn ar all I explained it to them this wav Som or our force is here mime gone dow the -iver If we don t hurry up we will be too late. The onl- thing I can do is to CaKe an advance pai u and jjo on cutting our way through the bush. You c in fa low by the straight patch and soon o-.err.dke us You have 871 men to car-v BOO loans of aoods. Many of these loads are not the brass ods oois biscuits, nee flour P -t me I _ F i r i u e imsr i, ime, 1 1 ih HP ffo iston 1 Watierson bis li-n i 74 mile-ifjniili i Quotation i, on a Lam two miles west of uaai (jotin The town is running wild 'itii Prim e E 1 ard imc 1 Seipnr) -in Rocel tnarantee i Aoiun a. i time 1 tjL4. Yesterdays At Wttm es GtocmsTEit 7 Nov rm PI p-u r tf as toilowa Fi-st ru p fur'onus Asa 1, Wmaahiokon A limia A II 3 time imi ri e Uj f irlo Bub 1. Juiiife Miuheil L J time I 1 11.4. Thirri aa P 4 fnpl C-hicftam u Nertla Bi NivilK, j t ma if Fourth ICB U ftu-laatfs Question 1 Mala 2 Klnir Id e J time Fifth rice teircla 1, Buckstane 2, Edwar 1 F 1 time, exi ireuient Quartz has been found in the same vicinity before bat rt-i At Jta.h.llle. N ISHVTLI.B. Tenn. Nov Tlia yestcrriav rpsultetl as follows Fi st r t e Tonex 1 -ailvei Unlit i. riark i, imt >H "-PI nnd mt e mile Consignee 1. Amos A Bnnim t timp I 29 Fhird racr furlongs C L, Blar- nej stone, Jr J J T i time, I t'JUi Fourth nee Mclenie 1 Lucille Mannetta H irt Wallace 1 time i Fifth race, mile-Barnatt 1, Tom Karl 2, John A lanm 1 tiino. itarv Losses and caused rcr-eiernon ol the bnm, abuse or AN mra'i ble sicn of physical derav 13 Ea iov 7 1 esterday a re- sulted fallows First nice iH 8, Kaiiesville i time 1 9 Second race H furlongs ner 2 Mabel A time i Thira iat e Wi lard ti Fourth rat t Golden Rc  w Iiat h s views were on the subject of police pensions He replied that Burns when he was an excise man, had etaerjy expressed them in hia famous toiiat, Here a to the laat verse of the last chapter of the last book of Kinfrs. S'o more would he say and the querist, on going home, turned to his Bible and read "And liis allowance waa a continual allow Mice given hum of the king a daily rat life dav all the divs of hoi THE HOSIERY WE BUY. Women proclaim them the best by And tiist the black, will ever remain, The you can tell them is Heroisdort dj For this is the kind of Hosiery we buy. The quality the most sublime And fully it stands the tests of time, The t'olor is bl.u-k a? the blackest Raven And this t- the Hosieiy worth the wearing. The sizes from tour to eleven. For the inianta' toot or the giants of In Cashmere, British, Merino or Wool Are the gra IHS we keep and every oue tail. and niBbe4- will find our stock The sort we say that will not crock. And every pair is the best of dye, For this is the kind of Hosiery we buy EiitE STORE. GOVERNMENT Chemists Certify. July 28, Owinjr to the purity, strength, effect- iveness and constancy of compOHition of luveland'a hupenor Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use m my home" HEXRTA MOTT Ph, D Lute C 3 Chmott. to Ingrodlenti) "I find that Cleveland's Superior Bak. tag P iwder contains Crpam of Tartar Bicarbonate of and Flour Lute C S Sue Chemut. E. G. LOYTC. "Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is the best in quality the highest in leavening power and perfectly whole- some A F UNDERWOOD. Clmmutfor U B. Gov't, 2300 Patent Vtt.irn.ivi) HIS Te SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OTODDA.R1 4( O HIM 'Putenai ami 111 [attima M, nmL I TrailB VII bnninma tor molcr-uj Informaa m. AttTlcH ami apecial referent UB nont on retiueiic. OA Biulieo WMiPD ro nnniiirn> ro the .Imililic in itPiituil ni l pitriiiM in lllai Ulllhi. Inn piiiiliam I i lu n niirly iMiiipmt liv B II Mull u u h wt I Thuti a in t I h in litu .1 it [p n, mil M prtpaipti NI in Ira l um rilanklni? ftir pimt pntruii IITP, la li tea than of thu future t tlulh O V ItLttBEE I'eismw prffimit m fm u ill lantlnivo tlifir nliiilt. rm HIP huaiu mtim MIIJI nm JIP mill ivttti alH i V ft v icuiu i s n mm, ln t mt s B k Julmmin A I illKI Mini-it, tt Iminnil. Viu Dry Goods and Carpets. Cleveland's Powder Absolutely the Best. '9 __ have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain ami light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We carryja complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and tyhsh shoe, try a pair of this nake. You will like them. Our GENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, m broad, medium or narrow toe, is the bebt btoe tor the money that has ever been of- ttred to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SON, 2.1 3 Centre Street AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some are burn faxfiianable, same achieve foxhunt, ami itfurn fijtae f Ounust up in, qiuntli Ch irlet Lamb when ha taitar Aim u m-w coat with a velvet collar and told, him llody wearf nrlnet anUan It is riffht to be m fjishu n f you can It is almost aa cany to be m.tof faahion, ndi'Iercn like uir friend Lamb who w jrcni is ron'ii nffard to ;.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Impouer 3fc< ttAES 8T, BVrFAJLO, V DEALSR IK Watches and Jewelrj, r ilutltt r '..ootlH VIM} GOLOf 3IL Vgll PI A TM A COMPLETE LPiE OP 364 MAIN STKEJCT, BUFFALO, N Y AJCEHICU BLOCK 396-'402 Main Street, BLFFILO, V. Y us yen IP in ihi ut the dry a all ELY'S CATARRH the of ami Small. RY THE I Kr A piirticle IB apnl.eil tnto each nostril and la irrceable Pnt pnOcentaat DrugrgiHtB by nuus rpgisteroii Wicta. ELYBEOT Warren Street, Ifew Ybrk- be ao Prom newest fanh ona that perttuns tn 1 uiu s wen- j ich as dresH goi.tit, rloiikd ti n j.< utii mcn'n hoan-ry unil.-rw. tr m ckwcur etc ind m tjirpus Iripi r H mil in tenor houae IcrnrauunH The newest F ill ami W it..r are ready in all depnrtme-n A derful lot of attractions ami Larguna un every hand If you want a dress, here are'aah'oa able fabrics from the worM'-icentres of fastuon, choice goods ind banning in- numerable If you want a cloak, if you winl a carpet, if you want dry any kind, or a book (we l target tha books) come to us and see tne f ishious you can t come, write, and what u fashionable m apparel in house furnishings and in literature Don t wait to have fashion thrust upon you You can achieve fashion by trading here and achieve it reasonably We solicit correspondent' about any- thing in our line of business Samples are sent freely queries answered in- stantly Contrary tu the rule, you will find shoppmn with at through tile maUa a great success ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DR Y GOODS AXD CARPETS, BLOCK Milf r y. 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