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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DTOKIRK, N. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1890. REP RESENTATIVE lUSINESS HOUSES NO. 79. OF DUNKIRK. VffKW BITLISG MACHINE for nihnif all lumie ol blanks ia the lateatuiiiiition to Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Printing Compnny. UB. StFFOBD, amt 226 Central Are. Artistic Photographer luutantaneouu 'lunognpng at Babies it specialty, .liners -fld not wail for anntibino except for i IK BUD Pro- ietor. Jin. E. .-iuixmil street, nuitr liuf- t.lo street, Dunkirk. X. V. ma, Uu- i.ts. Pamphlets, in all styles. Or'lers j nmptly attended to. AJ1 work gtmrnnteeii. I >CKCUKK-S CBOCKKBY HOUSE, J Leucral Avenue. IRKLLWS WOES GRAPHICALLY DEPICTED BY HER ABLE CHAMPIONS. IMeotinij In New York in Behalf gnffiurtn In too Kmtrald Stirring gpxeolKn by Utuura. Dillon, and Others QentirouB Snb- to the of Sympathy Adopted. i .tali retiul ileaier in imported autl China, Glaaaware, etc. UOTHL, Kates.il per ilay. and Boarding connection. Victor BitiiT, 335 and 337 Lion atreflt. IITY BARBEK SHOP U Chaa. Masle, Pmp.. u-uter Lake Shore National Uank, corner :ater ani! Third atretita. A. fine stuck ot f 'reign anil LkimesUc Ligara. KVE.NINU OB.SKHVEK. Largest Daily in Uie County. An mutqoaJletl tulrerUsiug medium. i> ITNXtRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Formerly Sellcw Jfc Pojiple. rfunufacturera of Engines, Boilors, Pulluyn, 4 tufting Handera, etc. Patterns, FortniiSf. U Hangs, ami Machine Work b> anlur. 3HTRT CO., 2U.', ami t Center street. of the 'Crutnwell" amt "IMmkirk" perfect on ante in all limiiiujj iurniolnnif, atliing and rlry Boutin houses m Dunkirk. l) TOOMET, 434 anil Linn direct. J 4S4 and WB Lion direct, uew.'er in Flour, Feed, ail. Uitlu'l Hity, Phos- OLE. :ui'i uuunK Scliun, Uniiiu j Uejtut. Ettby jucesd u> ail tramu ami bufa- UM liouip.a. for Coin- Travelers. .l.mo .1. Murpny. aproni-of applause. I Furniture. Cii'jlnut ire nK. Picture Frames uiiuU' UJ l CO., U Ml Cenlr.il Ave., ol IfiBiiiun anil (ienilemun I L ol Steuin tleaung L'lumbmg a ripociaity. jur Flue dnirtd, llHj; Oollur.' CoiTd, 4c, ami Luce Uuruiuu. Krtse Uclr.' ry. A W. "iO7 Center dtroeu Lli. OKH.-tt, K. Third au, cor. at BulTjlo -.aul.nc.urer and dealorm KmeHuola A I KSBI WEXLER'S NEW STORE, IDS E. A L Third 3U BuukB. -Suinonurr, MllBlcal 111- uudWeekiv Papers. pertaining to a tirsl uliiga book uiro. Sehuoi a i OB PKtSTING of wary itunenpuon :mil lit lowest living by Uuukirk Prinunif Com-tmny, J and 10 E. Second SL H. VAN BCKKN SON, Fire Accident and General Uimiracoe. ._ Ueal Estate and A..enuon naid to r-hu aire al iiropcrty uoiiecv- i routs ic. iia Oeuter at., iud floor. I OSBOB'S PHARMACY. MO Central Avenue tor Wall Paper Paaut Oils, Ac. i .KKKCO, J. W., J 209 Center street, liunafacturer anil in Harness, Sad.ilea, collars, IrunkB, hips, Buffalo lluuna, ii .rae Covers ulovm t SCHOLTES, i IT Bsat Thin! aircut, r .ooionable Tailur. Geuclemen will Un't it to u.mr advantage to call on me before purchasing B. CAKK YORK, Nov. Irish parlia- mentary parry arrived in this city late yesterday afternoon and wero mer. at, the Grand Centnii depot by Mayor Grant, J. J. O'Donnhutt, Kelly and others. They wre then driven to the Hoffman house, where, after dinner waa nerved, a reception ivus Governor Hill arriv- ing from Albany in time to participate. The party li-ft the hotel at for iletropoiitan Opera house and were heartily cuweil by a large crowd which had assmmbleil the hotel. The party reached the opera house ut precisely 8 o'clock, where fully persona had oongregaied. When John Dillon itepped to the fxmt of the stage, galleries, orches- tra and buxes vied together in thunders of applause. Not oaly oncu was tills scene auacteit, but every murubir of the party who spoke WHS similarly reeeiTed. Mr. J. J. O'Donohue, aa thu representa- tive of the United Irish societies, pre- sented Governor Hill, whom he styled the American champion of home rule, ;ta thu of the evening, Governor Hill, ju risinir, W.-IH received with grunt ap- Tin- ifoveruoriii a few wall chosen words accnpred the honor, and cordially weicomeil tiie delnifacds to the city and stale. The Hut of vice presidents was then read, -vhich many ol! tile best- known .jf the city and vicinity. tile IxjNt known were: Orover CleviM.iiiil. Levi P. Morton. C .M. Depew, Mayor ijrant. William II. Evarrs, Charles A. Duna, Gen. Sherman. NVillmm C. Whitney, I.i-on Abbetr. William R. finice, Aliili-r. Curl Kouli Duvia, Whiri-luw Keid. John I'uckrsil. Oeorijo Usxvrild Oiteiidorfer, J. I. C. Clarke. Edvnir.l L. Goiliuu, K. D. Konsevelt, lei'tur F.rluu-dt. Pn.srmaMU-r Van Cott. O. B. Porter, H.-timltou Fish, Jr., J. J. Lnou'rm. Xorvin Green and Eldridtff i'. GHJTV. Mr. John Dillon W.-IM intrndnued nuiiil poke in aub- ;w folimvy: i Thi; for which I this appeal j Co pilhlu: of Amenuii i.s .mi: wiiiiih u''" i mast rccommeud it.-elf to citi- zen 'if AmiTiua. It i.-, the cjhiua of thu to cinini L.I Unurty jind 1'iie. I'l.diu tlii-se rights und which h.ivi; ni.ide this romury wliat it IH to-day. There are t iay we shouid not make an appeal to America, but we it because our appeal to 'iliieny luis .ii-en answered by brute furce. i.eeyi reuaced in oar population from to MUNI. Xo nioiii-y has Di'i-n spiu-ud to criiah Ireland. I'lnir tiie cjuse in there man will say chat the i.-- not justified in look- nu; to "very f.ee people under rlte .Him for libwrr-. [jatronaue is at the of die EnirllBrt novernmenc. 'llieyha'.-e i multiplied their oilicers aud inrreoaed -aliiries to keep their people oil that, .side t the In ISM. when !03 members were gent to par! anienc.. eighty-five of them were .sunc to support our cause. ;md now the Ensj- inai.ic., on ojir country in face of the opposition of I iifhty-UvB men. Thny will deny thase ror which your f.ithers fought. They would reduce the country to the condition of and place her under rule of landlords. [Hjti.-i.'s and howls.] L'hey will Ireland with a thai reiinires W.OIKi bayonets to hold it in iubjectio.i. Our population ia than that, of N'ew York, ;md ir takes 10.000 men to keep the people nmet, anil I am proud of the t'nah people for if. They do all that because t.ue Irish people can- not rule themselves. Bu; the govern- ment ruitid Ireland m a manner that they ahould .say we cannot rule our own coun- try. They have had the rule for eighty- six years, but they hiive put down with "a atronii hand effort made to emanci- pate her people. I clialieuue any nuiiou in history to pro- duce such a history aa ourn has been. They have reduced the masses to and it.u-v- ation. Where in other countries there have been in population by jumps and bounds, in our country the homes have been deserted, ami thin hag the work of garrisons in Ireland. All the world expects reirularly an Irish famine. Ytwr after year the cry of famine masses will be standing in the shadow of I p VT D L" U T f Y P V 11' If V a famine at which Mr. Balfonr has jeered. I L u ljjl'jlj l L A-' Ll- 1 We come for a fighting fund. The land- j lords' und the Dublin castle blight i WALL STRECT IN A FERM-NT OF ia worse than any famine blight. The old country of Ireland is crushed under EXCITEMENT. wheels of oppression. We have said we would never bei? again for a famine. Wa Mnn.r A. .io.t mil Fallur.. are nuhtinq; for our people, and it should be the pride of every Irishman to that wo are not defeated. We have challenged Mr. Bulfour to name any instance in which he has been entirely successful against aa, although he hua persecuted us at every A collection was than taken for the IraminrMit. Hunka and Cotn- panirft Hliarn in the Genera! Fright, nrnkera Make Frantic Euilparim to LauriH to In ten-sting Iiitervinw Wirh .fay Goulrt. N'EW YOHK. Xnv. dark clonda were called for. and they swelled the total t slx reiiched a receipts of the evening to about OIW '-lacknesis nn.r .ins. The following were some of the largest' >vas on the xei-e of subscriptions: Eugene a dnriny the first twu hours, Joseph J. O'Donoiihne. Jtnj. John almost unobtainable anil failures Byrnes, W. H. Grace. ilayor were imminent, Louiloa prices for Grant, MoAleenan. American securities cabled over here Henry D. Purroy, jSOfl; W. Boiirke Cock- raue. Sflllil: Governor Hill, Col. W. L. Brown, was also received with applause, and spoke briefly of the attempts of Bui four to suppress the Irish caiine. The Americans were now 1 showed, i low the es of from to '3 striking the fliuil blow. He predicted that the accounts of this meeting would be read all over England ami Ireland to-day, with joy in the latter place, but with fear ia England. nt. be- jr nn.vi of Money rarei were limb in London an I ,1 i uncom- f- irt a! dii fetiiiim of' >s irted. iii-n thr miii-'ift 'ipmu'il there a rush tosell aruck-, at. any price. In tha tlrst ten prices of ac i.'e stocka hud declined (mm' 1 to 3 per cent. The e-ti-irHment on Ksuiianiii! was trernminonH. [t s-i-med almost impos- i- ro Hnd so public In conclusion, T. D. Sullivan made a i hort speech thanking the Irish-Ameri- cans for their generous offerings. The following resolutions were adopted- i nans, and h M ;lll hour Dhe KehapTe wi" bar-? of monev. "The streets ire full Lrokers aim ir lo miod h were vanishing at a u-rrihle rate. Re-niTpil That ,hu citizens of tlm rity A fiw slight rallies occurred durin- i tlw-r" by a Uea, ty and corrilnl 'l at he ext Bruoiini; in the r -Dr-x-ntativca of ihu Irish general, people. .Inhn Dillon. William O'Brien. T. D. I oi-t'ire 1'i o'clock the death of Sullivan. William OViiiinur, Timothy Har-: occurred, and cast an added nlo> who xpense rinu'inn anil T irilmirar. Ui-wlvuit, Thai, niriiunizinK them iia the llllly iwiTBiliti-il Vd of 1 1m Irish pniiplii, uninly uml ui'iihi-nituly fiioaun to .Hi'eaK in buliiilf. WH their mission to every Inver nt tibi-ny throliLfbulu Lias iaillt. That. ,1.1 cuizena cif this frets re- puljlk-. Hii'inattid hy thf Inve r'or bumun ert y ,inu a rusprc' fur human rii-iitj, wlilcll we liavo imbibixl tnnii thn nt our iflurioiu inbiiinnnii- untlfr ;lie prntectini; retain of our ciiiiMiitiitinn, anxious, in common wirh all mankind, for [be -.urccsa of jiislice m Uilnmn uppn-MJnu i-verj'- wlH-iy. iiuitvcrviitlyiMinili-mn tin- policyof tin- Tory of Orpat Britain Iriintml .w a di'iiml nf nutiiral >m over cue stock exchange. liit-ine.ss ndutl for half an hour, and the brokers. tune tak a breath- ilia Mjjell am! count, up losses. At .ibo..t 1 un.n.-y leiiuera beifan to i appeal-ill ;lie lonn crowd on tha stuck Ex- change. L'Mev oli'en-d mon..y freely and rates declined from to 1 ni-r cent, aud inti'i-i-st. which is uquivaieut to about :xi per cent. Aoi.ur. -.ame time their came a sharp r-dly ill .stocks au.1 yricea to advance .iifai'2. Hi the declines of the Jay pi-r cent, and Liie, their ov.-u coinmon humanity. (hi fur human. liberty ami a blut Tli :l with The .tllltucle of thi! Eniflish people ius evidenced ia thu n-i-cnt anil we upplaiui then-evHtiuit, determination to reject ami ri'inniiale. a[ tin-oiu-llest oiJpnrtTinity. the which thtjiii bj- its uiiiversa.ly condcniued puiit-y of hatr..-it and oppi-'-Tion tou-anl the Irish people. Hi-dlved. -niat. ni-liuviim' lionie if local the only guarantee if peace 10 England and prosperity to Ireland, we bul (ini speed to William Uladhtune and I.lurk-, Stewart PanieU hi Iliuir endeavor io -cttle la-cat fall of prices in Wall street. ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES. to Bert Dayton on JTuiulny. A number of accidents happened on the Dunkirk. Allegheny Valley and Pittabnrg road on Monday. The moat serious was that to Bert Dayton, a brnkemiin ia the yard here. It was briefly noticed yesterday. It happened while the engine waa switching. He put hia hands on the tops of two flat cars and tried to jutnp upon them. His feet went out backward and be fell on his face between the cara, and had the train been going fast nt all he would have been killed. He pushed himself off the track with his hands, but the right arm was caught and run over just above (he wrist by one wheel of a car loaded with Bteel rails. Dr. Cronyn waa called, and Dr. Sullivan alao. Both declared that the band would have to be taken off. Judge Whitman Clark is an uncle of the young mnn, aud his decis- ion appealed to, and he decided it best to leave the matter to Dr. L. P. Dayton of Buffalo, anolher uncle. He telephoned to Dr. Dayton this morning, and the doctor arrived this afternoon. Fred Rich, employed as fireman in the D. A. V. P. yard at Tituaville, had his right shoulder broken yesterday. He was coupling cars, and was squeezed. He is about thirty years old, and former- ly lived here. Hia father waa proprie- tor of the Avenue Hotel, on Central avenue. A car on frei4ht train No. 11 on the D. A. V. P. road (due to leave here at 2 p. m.) got off the track ata switch at Canaaiiagn tit about eleven last night. No damage was done, but it was very hard to get on, as it waa heavily loaded, and the mud was soft. The wreckers worked all right, and got the wjrk done thia morning The freight train due here at eleven last night did not get in until eight this morning. A west-bound freight train on the Nickel Plate jumped the track just east of North East on Saturday demolishing three cara, bursting a number of barrels of molasses and strewing the road with merchandise and coal for several rods. No one injured. The wreck WMS quick- ly cleared away and trains continued to nn regularity. Arthur Bicken hail the forefinger of his left hand badly amaahed while coups ling cara at Ripley. Three gravel cars were derailed on Ihe W, N. Y P., a brosen rail. j HIM, i. said: "Tlu'i-ti is a very great, depression. Okhotsk nea aiul report., the loss ot six ot i ,mt lh ni tne mark succeed they JhrLi lose Ul> II (IS UI Foa set in ami they patience to ve by a retutninir wave. Twi> New Chartered. HARP.I.SBI Pa.. Nov. state 1 department yesterday granted charters to i bpeu consitierablti btiving of stocks out- right. Plt.tsburs Dcmanil. _______ PiTTsnntG, Xov. Director two niilrouil compiuiiea. One is the State Henry B. takes the floor at the Plav- Line Ruilniad company extending from to-day he will aak the the New York imd Pennsylvania state Players' National lenetie either to pur- line, near intersection with the (iflnesee i the franchise of ihe Pittsburg rivpr. sontlii'rly to Perryville. a distance j leaanu club or allow it to with" of two mili'i, in the county of Potter. ''raw from thut. organization. This will The capital of the road is The I nn-an n complete capitulation of the Pitta- cither is, the Eriii aud railroad. hnrsf league club to the National I CO., i ;tS3 Lion street. .reneral Hardware. White Paincer'8 Granite Ware, i special- 'ammu. ianr year cneery ot Elimme t. Monroe rangu. has come iicr-ws the water, and the Ameri- i .-an people have come to the relief of the DLIXi, snch asblank-liooka, talgers, iinu surt'erers without scarcely any inquiry. Our people never know what comfort is. Thair food is taken from them, and this year IKKl.ixiu worth of provisions will be shippe-1 out of Ireland. Isn't this dis- graceful when the people are starving? Wa can say for the defense of our party during the last ten years England It will be miles long from a junc- tion with the New York, Chicnuu and St. Louis rnilrond, near Girard, Erie county, to a junction with the Pittsburg. Shen- iingo and Lake Erie railroad, aear Crams- vine. The capital is all iuudiiof blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, a and 10 E. Second at HUUOLPH Cor. Third and Buffalo uexlur in Granite. Marble, r lapg Buiiuinjf atone. Gall on me your side- walk. and buying RISUEX CO., 7 and D East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brantitea. Liquor Store for Family Hue. T> MeKAY. J t Lion street, near the depot. Bairdii.g, Sulu. aud Livery Slabln. Si.i by Uie -lay or week on reasonable U ma. .Ul J. 301 Central Ave. iLTF O General Lnsnrance and iteal Batuu; Fire, Lite, Accident, anil Live Stock Durance. I'rompr attention selling Ueai Ssuite. van to buying r C. JOSES. 75 E. Thirrt st, cor. Deer. r.scelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and 3. oked Muula, Lanl, Sausages, oysLers ami r .uilry. W ATCiLES, JEWliLIiX. Bny the Aurora Railmail Wiitch. avecialty. Frank Stapt. 33 K. Taint at. j'M. MOCKER. Merchant Tailor, US Central Avenue HEALTH IS WEALTH! OB. B. C. waar'9 NKBVX AMD TuSATMBST, a guaranteed specific lor Ryste- na, Dizziness. Convulsions. Pita, Xervoue Nenralgia Heailacne, Nervone cansedby the use ol alcohol or tabavxu. Wake- lullncas, Mental LiepreBsion, Softeninp pi the Brain resnltir.it 111 insanity anil Icailing tr misery Uecay an.l .leaUi, Preuiaturt! Age Bamnnen, ol power in either MX, In voluntary Losses aiui Spermntorr-iicea caiuoR by of the brain, self-annse or ovcr-uulnlgeace. Eau'jiiicuntainnonc moutlu H.09 a IMM, at Uoxes lor JS.OO has not been able to buy any one of our number. In I860 we undertook to make an effort, to free onr people and to-duy we have placed in the hands of an un- armed people a mighty power. We have made them more than a match for Bal- four ami nut men. Fnr ten years we have been and twenty-five of our men have been persecuted ami imprisoned, but not one of them has committed an net for which he would be imprisoned in. one of i our states. We have been sub- jected to a police system, the like of which is ant. to be found on this earth; we will sonn have a policeman to every citizen. When I am at home in Ireland I ant never without an escort, for my every step ia wntched. I th.ink you for all you have done. I for my part will never make an appeal for famine relief. I do appeal that the people will -.taud liy us in this strug- gle to destroy that perennial source of fxnnue and .set up iu the Dublin castle a thut will represent Ireland ami will chase from our shores that of famine and depredation. It is a to enable our people to con- trol our resources of ourjiountry, a coun- try to which every Irishman will look back with pr'de. Air. Diiion greeted with i-heers. Governor Hill then introduced William O'Brien. Mr. O'Brien said: We Irishmen uu-gei. that there has always been oc" greut nation that haa sympathy for us In sirmrjle you have desired to asi.it us. aud the instinct of. humanity hua taught you to extend yonrblessmcs to a country bound to so many ties. I have reason tu Know that every ex- of Ame'icrm opinion exercises a influence over tiie opinion of the Engli.Mi people. Here yon are honored and ,-e.s- nnt we come from a coun- try iu-vv1 prisoners have been treated ULa la a few moutha tiie vast Hot; Cliolern In Ohio. Nov. State Board of Agriculture ia greatly excited by tha prev-ilence of hog cholera in the central counties of the state, anil the action of larsze hoir f liners in rushing their animals to market. Large droves are reported to have started within the last week to the eastern markets, not a few of which are suspected of having been infected with the tliseitae. The disease seems to be un- usually severe this winter, nnd'where it has appearrd herds of several hundred have bt-eti swept away in a week. A Sfrike Sntlleil. ''a.. Nov. strike in the M-.in .in i .-nmj'any's i rolllnit fiiii .it j -tai-tt-ii b'cause the MI L'nt .nii.M'.i t'.mlt with an im- I pertfct h ii'-' rif ;iini refined to pay j for it.- i'K-.ion. 'I mill will rpsume opcraiiotm a: ouce. The Players' league meeting to- day will likely be a "tormy one, aa New York's action has aroused intense indig- nation among those prone to stand by the directors. tnterstate Comiii mmtrre Com m Union Canea. W.vsiiiwrox. Xov. Morri-on. Br aiul Veitzey of the inter- state cumuiun-e commlaoion will hear the cases of the Chattanooga board of trade andof Hamilton Brown at.Chattanooga, Tenti., on Nov. 12 and 13. Commissioner Schomimaker will hear testimony at the Cnited Stares court rooms, postxifHce building. New-York City, in the case of Jacob schauiberg against the Delaware, Lackawanna ;ind Railroad com- pany et al. on Nov. 12. To core any eaaf. With each orrter leceive fay U3 for boxes, accompanied with SLUG, w will aeud the nnrBhaaer onr -writtBn gnmranle to rafnnd Uie money if the treatment doua no abet a rart. iaaaed only by Mow Sola Avsit. 3M IF you duo't want to have ultimate Iroub'e cure your catarrh now by uainir Old Saul's CtUarrh Cure It COM3 bul '25 cent-. One lip (its mother's) for the well 1m- by in day time. About 700 laps of the oedroom floor at uight for the happy? father unless he has Dr. Bull's Baby Sy- rup to ease the little sufferer. Horrible KN'vulor Arinilnnf. NEW Nov. Hester, senior mi-mi i r of the clothing firm of lii-xrer Bros, .it No. 4M .Market street, v.as c.'tiiulit between an eievntor anil the door in his store, and his head wiin nearly -eviTuil from his bi.dy. He lived but :i lew momunts after the acci- dent. Prominent, KntghtH of DENVEK. Cul.. Nov. general aa- semblj- of the Knights of Labor met here aftpnioon. Most of the dele- _-n-es nif1 il. y in the oitv. but others I.u.r in t Promiueiit KnightsH from -ill ovnr the conmry .ind Canada are present, mining them '.I-ITIL: Mr. Powderly nnii A. Wright of Canada. a large i" the evening at the Coliseum theater. All -ifssious will be held with closed doors. Nov. hantrtcap ama- teur tiiilinr'L lonrnaiiitint for Chicago newspaper nn'ii npi-neii at the Bnuiswick- Balke-Col! u-U-r ware-rooms ijust night. Over 500 were present. Jonepti A. Muiiiny of The Tribune, de- feated Charles G. Seymour of The Her- ald by a score -of 150 to 132. Jdke Fata! End of :i Drunken Umwl. LA SAI.LK. UK, Xov. Ryan j schaefcr Frank Ives gave an exhiui- WHS .-tabbed in death hy his room-mate, j tion rlle balk-line and four-space game, and Edward 'a 'i.en in a drun'.eii quarrel. Ryan h..il rnentv-six wounds on ms body in the rrtrions of the neck and heart. Both men were miners. The murderer surrendered to a polic man. 111. Governor Govwrnor Ciiinplx'ti CoLt'MBrs, O.. Nov. Campheli is so til ihiit visitors have been forbidden. He is threatened witri tj-pboi-l poeumoiiiii, and it U doubt- ful if he will be recovered to attend the Thurman banquet Thursday evening. A.itims twirled finger caroms. Snei'l for S'JO.OOO R, I., Xov. Union Railroad company served witii a writ yesterday in a suit to recover ?JJ.UOO for injuries subtaiuc'l by R. H. Voile while a passenger on the Ocean street "bloomer" car which collided with a flat car laden with flagstones in Sepremberlast William H. Sanforri of .Milwaukee, who waa also njnred, ia suing for IiUenem In the Lumber Mllln The Austin Autograph quotes an article on the lumber situation publish- ed in the Olean Herald and copied in the OBHEirraH iind adds that the article has but little bearing on what might be :alled the lumber industry. In when F. H. Good} ear, now mown as the "lumber king, mads known hia intention of lumbering by the owners of the mills along the old Allegany and other streams in this vicinity, who thought of no other way of getting stock than by water, laughed at the idea. To-day, while the Gordon's, Weston Bros., and other old lumbering Srrns are shut down for the want of stock, the big mills Austin, which are supplied only by Goodyear's stock, are iept in operatien day and night yeur after year. Ten of the largest locomotives in use are in constant motion; doing the work that would otherwise necessitate an army of men, and a half dozen of itreams to furnish transportation for the millions of logs that are yearly deliv- ered to the mills, regardless of the weather. Goody ear's example of lumbering by rail ia being adopted by nearly ail lum- bering companies, and while they are being introduced into the new system he has risen to the foremost of lumber- men, and to-day controls the hemlock market of the United States. The same fact exists here. The lum- ber mills here were never more busv. How much Dunkirk is indebted to the lake appears in thia. A Wall-Known Horseman S.iicldes. BOSTON, Nov. P. Balch, the well-known horseman, committed suicide A Wrecked. ST. IGSACB, Mich.. Nov. tug yesterday afternoon by shooting himself lit rley is reported a.shore at Xanbinway. with a revolver in his office in the Com- and is fast going to pieces. She is owned monwe.ilth building. Financial dimcul- by P. Bremer of this jity. ties caused the act. j (Additional Telegraphic ?fews on '2nd page.! Ernest Rappleye'a Frogrew. Earnest Rappleye, the Mail and Ex- press canoeist who passed through, here last summer, haa again launched tbe Alice, after repairing it at the saw mill near which, she wag wrecked. His last letter to the Mail and Express ia full of incident. He describes his journey be'iinii Ind'nn ponies down tbe steer trail to the place of luunching and in- troduces the stories of their teamster. He is still shooting rapida. "all of them decorated with rafts and smashed boats." but has passed the most dreaded part of the river. One cold night the old aur- Tey camp cook house, in which he and his companion were camping, burned to the ground, the inmates barely saving their effects. Another night they were kept in apprehension by the yells of co- yotes all about them. Mr. Kuppleye'a companion ia soon, to leave him. The people who came for miles across the mountains to see the little craft express astonishment that the Brst person to descend the river successfully should ride in a paper boat. Mr. Rappleye writes thut ladiins and excite ment aeem to be pretty plentiful, but there are so many rapids and auch bad rivers that proerress ia discouragingly slow." Every where he id received with warm hospitality. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Procnmllngft at the AiljimrncHt Suuion. MAYVILLE, N. Y., Nov. 10. [Specisl The Board of Supervisors met to day i n adjourned session al 3 o'clock p. m. The chairman, Mr. Aldrich, presided and nearly every member answered to roll call. The clerk presented the col- lectors' warrants which were signed by the supervisors antl attached to the as- sessment roll. Mr. Nichols, chairman pro tern., oc cupied the chair a portion, of the afternoon. Aa various com- mittees had reports to prepare the board at p. m. adjourneo. until Tuesday morning. The clerk's table ahows the property of the W. U. Telegraph company in the county to be paying- a tax the National Telegraph Co. paying the N. Y. P. T F. Co. paying the Mutual Union Telegraph Co. IT.iiiH, paying the Postal Telegraph Co. paying the American Rapid Telegraph Co. paying Sl'J.SS; the United Lines Telegraph Co. paying the Electric Light Co. Jamestown, paying J150.22; gas companies paying There are S.770 miles of wire in. Telegraph, telephone and electric light lines. Of the railroads the X. Y. P. O. U assessed ISOO and pays the D. A, V. P. has 43.71 tniles of track, value paying the W. N. Y. ii P. has 80.22 miles, value paying on a valuation of the Erie pays the L. S. M. S. has 78.78 miles, valued at and pays -25; on a value of theB.JtS. W. pays the Nickel Plate has 41.77 miles. value and pays on a value of the Chaut.'iuqua Lake road pays the Dunkirk ii Fre- donia street railway h a miles, value and pays the Jamestown street railway has 4 miles, value and pays The total tax paid hy railways is 33H.52 iuul Thufta, At Glade, PH., on Saturday night, Jason Cousin's rebidence was entered and a Waterbury watch wan taken. He woke up at tin opportune moment and chased the burglar out of the house. An entrance was gained through a window in the dining room. Philip Truahel'a residence was entered and a valuable ;old watch taken. The residence of C. Eaobly waa entered through a kitchen window and in the course of his search the robber got a Etnall amount of mon- ey and waa then frightened away. An attempt was made to gain an entrance to the residence of Cal. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were up with a aick child and heard the window being raised. About the same thing occurred at the residence of Mr. S. H. Briggs, except that Mr. Brigga woke up as the window was raised. ELLICOTTVILLE, Nov. 10 No- .an, a farmer residing in Prankliaville. recently took .n a tramp, allowing him to stay at his home for a few days. This morning the tramp aroce early and putting on Nolan's best suit of clothes walked off. An effort ia being made to find him. County Nutea. The little steamer, the Robert N. Marvin, which was launched upon Chautauqua Lake laat spring, has made a remarkable record. She passed over Lake 596 times, covering miles, and made landings. The holder of a dollar season ticket could thus have ridden 131 miles for one cent. Fordice Cowing, a well-known far- mer, fell dead while walking along Tay lor Street in Jamestown Monday, Nov- ember 10. He was 47 years of age and leaves a wife and several children. He waa a member of Brown Post, G. A. R., and had received notice just before his death that a pension had been granted him. Death waa cauaed by heart ease. JAMESTOWN, Nov. house of Mrs. Sarah Bootey who lives just out' the city limits in the town of Elli- cott, was burned to the ground with all its contents, Sunday morning. The family, had barely time to get out of the house after the fire was discovered be- fore the walla fell in. Mrs. Bootey was quite seriously burntd while trying to her clothing. Losa about with no insurance. Felony and Burglary. ROULETTE. Pa., Nov. S'.anley Davia of Wellsburg, Virginia, wanted there on a charge of felt ny, was arrested in Oil City today by Chiel of Police Fry. He was turned over to Deputy Constable Fleming of Wells burg who left with him thia afternoon. The residence of grocer Morlein, a Petroleum Center, was entered by burg- lara last night, wlio got cash and good to the amount of -H300. BOTH air and water al-onnd in micro- bes, or germs of disease, ready to infect the debilitated syptem. To impart that strength and vigor necessary to reeiat the effect of these pernicioua atoms, no tonic blood purifier equals Sarsa- parilla. MyHteriona DUappearance. J. E. Stuart has moved into ihn house on Fiout street formerly nccupied by J E. Shear. J. E. Shear is gone, with his family and all hia goods. Where he is aanno be found out. He said he waa going the lake to haul logs. He has a large amount of debts. Mew line of the Celebrated P. Centemeri Kid Gloves in all the latent for Street and Opera wear. Newest things in Men's Hosiery, Suspenders, Phi- ts, G-lovea and Underwear. Finest line of Yarns and Yepkyrs, Crochet Threads, Stationery and Notions. Men's Leather and Backskin Gloves. Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Corset Covers ami Aprons. New Applique Flowers, Table Scarfs and Lambriquens. Something especially new. We will offer this week at a Special Big Drive 50 dozen. adies' extra quality Black Woolen and Cotton Hose at 25c, n sizes from S to 10. "ERIE STORE." Ask tu see our Ladies1 and Children's Combination Suits rom 48c to a Suit. Always Ahead. A Series of Tests to deter- mine the keeping qualities of leading baking powders, made at the request of the New England Grocer, by Dr. Davenport, Massa- chusetts State Analyst, and pub- lished June zyth, 1890, shows Cleveland's Dry Goods and Carpets. AJ1KRICAN BLOCK. 396 -'402 Main Street, BUFFALO. 51. V. Superior Baking Powder highest in keeping- qualities, highest ia leavening power. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain ami light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We :arry a complete line of TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If n want a nice-fitting and tylish shoe, try a pair of this nake. You will like them. Our _ GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street ANNOUNCEMENT T active, honest man. montuly if siiitaljle, with opportun- tiea fnradrancii, Co represent locally n re. spoutiblu !few "iork houae. Uelcrcnces, Lock Box 1W5, N. CH. MORGAN ,'lilcr an exponticco ot twenty live yearu IH now prepared W trim trees in the best manner. llefereticcB may be obtained from Frank May or W. S. Aliell All orders muy be left at Mrs. Johnson's bakery. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some are burn fatiiionablt, achieve fimhion, and otheri ttaae faikian tliruxt upin. quoth. Lamb, when his ttiilor brought him a nea mat a. velvet cullar and told him "every- b'jtty wean velvet ailltirt now." It is right to be in fashion if you can. It is almost aa easy an to be out of unless you are indifferent like oar friend Lumb, who, an a genius, could afford to be ao. From iia you can leant about w-nuTT fashions in dry ffuoiia, ia all that pertains to ladies' wear, inch ai drcae goods, cloaks, etc.; in gentlemen'! gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc.; and in carpeta, and in-> ferior bouee decorations. The newest Fall and Winter rtylet an; reaily in all departments. A lerful lot of attractions and bargains on every hand. you want a here are faahion- able fabrics from the world's of 'asbion. choice goods and bargains in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a carpet, if you want dry goods of any cind. or a book (we miun't forget the come to us and see the (aahiona you can't come, write, and learn what U fashionable in weiring apparel, n house furnishings and in literature. Don't wait to have fashion thnut upon 71111. You can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about thing in our line of business. are sent freely, queries aaswsred in- stantiy. Contrary to the rule, you wttt find skoppinu with tu through the a great success. ADAM, MELORUM ANDERSON, GOODS AJTD CA.BPST8, AUEHICAI BLOCK. OTODDART A Patent AUnrneyii, IUB jai 8L, WaHliinirum, U. C, oun. C. S. Patent Ot- 3ce. Patenu, und Ue- lamiua aecurad. Trade Marks AH Patent business coviluclcd for modernte Fees. Information, Advice anil special references sent on requeiit. S. T. A. Burbee wiiilics to announce to the public in general, and patrons in partic- ular, that lie HUH tliu building lor- nieriT occupied by IS. H. Mullelt, 55 Kant Thiril utreiit.hna Utteii ituii in Hrst-cloaB onler, and IB prepitreil txi do lirat-ilasu barbering. Tliaiikinir fur ptiHt I solicit a nlmro nt tho future. O. A.BCKBBE. to TO A MONTH can vrorkinR lor ua. Persons vvbo a horse tuiil give Lheir whole time to the bnatnesa. .Spare moments may be profitably employed auio. A few vacancies in towna and clQea. B. F. Jobnaon Co. '2800 Main-at.. Bichnumd, Vs. IDLE MONEY Invested so aa to yield ten per cent per annum. Capital can be withdrawn at any time. Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust, 8 W.UX STREET, SfBTT TOKK. IIODEHICK n. SMITH, Manager. CHAMBERS FEASEB, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German IIM. B'l'g. BCTFALO, N. Y. C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 304 KADI ST., BUVVAJWr H. T. Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Lemther ete GOLD t so- 364MATBT BUFFALO, IT. T. 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