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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. NO. 83. B h PHESENTATIVE I 3INESS HOUSES OP DUNKIRK. ANBTt all he Mechji I l> it G; 15. ATI Photograj aecxi not I.MJICB. '.IUI.INO MACIIINK lor ruling ig of blanks is the latcat audition to ical Department ol mkirk Printing Company, ISA and 225 Central Avc. iic rhotogprapher Instantaneous H BabicH a specialty. 3ittc.ru rait for eunuhino except for ItOOK j.riet Itelo atrec: tic, I'arnj' B UKCIi Wholut Domestic IIIVINGI. No. 18 K. Second street, near Ifuf- .N. y. Mipazinnu, -ts, etc., Iwund in all styles. OnlcrB to. Ail work guuranu.-cil. <l'S CKOCKEUV IIOl'HK, BUS Central Avenue. p .mil retail dealer in tTporUui and linn, Uhifisware, C CIJUA HOTEL, Hates, f I per day. Hoarding Stable in Victor Jitiler, 385 and 337 street. UTT H .ItUEIC SUOP vy Chaa. Naglc, Frop., UnOor shore National Bank, corner Center m. Third streets. A line stock ut foreign a-. I Domestic fJigara. I ;K EVENING O1ISKKVKK. Daily in the County. Au ii.equalled advertising medium. DUNKl.'K ENOUXKEIUNO CO.WANV. Forme, ly Sellow i'oiiiile. Uanuiai -Hirers ol Engines, Moilcrs, Pulleys, Shafting i'.mgers. otc. Patterns, Machine Work to order. SIIIKT CO., 20.1, 205 and Mi JL" Ccnl.-r street, Manufacturers of U.e Cromwei- and perfect tittniL- Dress Sliir--.. on sale in all leading fLirin.-Onnjr, clothing a dry goods houses in Duel.n i.. F. Tt-.IMET, Lt. 4M and Lion street. Dealer i 1i Uniun accede to all trnins tint I Uctit uccommoilritionB (or Com- John J. Murjuiy, EIXLHIi CO., 117 aivl '19 K Tliinl struct. Fine JFirnilure. Ca'unet Wdre anil lip- bolatcriug I'li-ture t'rnmeri mlnle lo on'cr. rp u. M rTKSoN co., Central Ave., Leadcroor i-'ashiou ;tud Gentlemen H ARKLI. STKAM UKATINQ CO.. anutactii: -rn uf Steam Moating Apparatus. January Plumbing u Specialty. H OMK iTK.VM LAIJ.ND1CV. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, loc; I'uMnrs, 2c; Caffs, an'l Lac.e 'Curtains. i-Yeu Deliv- ery. A Uiuniniiiija, 2U7 CeiiMir street. H B. Ol.dM, E. Third Bt., cor. ol Buffalo laCkUfer aud dealer in Fine Boots Shoes HENRY WEELEK'8 NEW STOKK, 103 E. Thini st. Books, Stationery, Musical In- uuilVV cekly Papers, and everyiuipg verUuning to a tlrst class uook store. Scliooi Ttuoks u specialty. FOB PKSXTINO of every description uinl ill lowest living rules by I'nnkirk 1'rinting Company, S and 10 B. second St. JH. TAN BCREN A SON, Fire. Aeci'lent am! General Insurance Deal- era in Real Estate and Lotuie. i'uriicuhir attention p.-ii'l to tlie c.arooi properly collect- ing rents Ac. 2ii> Center St., Hour. PHARMACY, uOO Central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Paper Pa.nt Oils, PIBKXNS, J. W.. 209 Ceuter street, Manufacturer and in Harness. Saddles, Bridles, Collars. Trunke.W hips, liuUalo Robes, Hone Covers Mittens and Sleigh Uob-s. Escuoi. rus, 17 East Third street ihionablu Tailor, Gentlemen will linU it to their advantage to call on me before purclmsinj.; elsewhere. PH. OAKY A CO., 383 Lion Btrect. General Supplies, Ou tiracitc Ware. A special- ty of Sherwu. Williams Pa. at and Monroe range. CLING, such as blank-books, ledgers, un-l all kinds ol blanks done at R Dunkirk Printiug Company, 8 anil 10 B. Second at. KU1HJL.PH MOLDENUAUElt, Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., Dealer in (iramle, Marble, Flagging anil Building Stone. Call on me before buying your side-wait. R ISLKV CO., 7 and 9 Bast From street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family Use. T> OBERT McKAY, XV J.ion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, IVcil anil Livery Stable. Stabling by me day 01 week on reasonable terms. 2TOKD, 301 Central Avo. (Up .jneral Insurance anil Real lisuito I.ilc, Accident, and Live Stock ulienuon trivsn to buying Estate. c. J. Exoelsioi Smoked M-j Poultry. 75 E. Third st., cor. Deur. ueiil Market. Fresh, Salt and ts, Lard, Stallages, Oysters and ATCHKS, JETTELRT, AC. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. impairing a Frank f. Star-'. SH K. Tnird st M. M BLOWN TO ETERNITY. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE AND GIANT POWDER. THE BUSINESS WORLD Three Mon Whirled Ono Humlr.rt Fe.t Into the Air, Falllnc and One Zlundre.l antl Fifty Feet from the of Kzplofilon Fright- ful Accident at Lima, O. One Rolled About bj COLUMBIA, O., Nov. special dia- to Hot materially Effected by the Recent Financial Flurry. NEW YOJIK, Nov. Q. Dun Co.'s weekly revis'c of trade says: "Reports from other cities show that at most points tho events in Wall streethave had little or no effect aa yet. At Boston transactions have been somewhat limited, and money is firm at, high rates; wool Bales are smaller pounds for the week. leather is quiet and easier, and hides dull and lower. Boot and shoe manufacturers are setting the recent ad- patch to The Dispatch from Lima, O., I ,WlULsW.Pment? rm t '.'i'ast year's, and lumber is quiet. AtPhila- says: Three human lives went out of ex- delphia money is tight, and little com istence m a moment here yesterday morn- mercial paper offered or selling; wool ins and four were severely injured by an manufacturers are buying more liberally explosion of twcnly-five pounds of dyna- j with slight advance in some grades. At mitu ami tiie samu amount of giant pow- Chicago money is active at 7 per cent., but der. The terrible fatality occurred at bunks are Henri in e in funds for in- Custei'B.stone quarry in the southern part and eastern disturbances are of the town, about 8 o'clock. The explo-' 1 felt! meats equal hist year's, while the sue was stored in a shed on the ledge in dry goods, clothing above the quarry and two men were aud shoes is much larger. No other within thawing out dynamite j western point shows disturbance in trade, A third wan approaching the shed when money is generally close. A St. the explosion occurred, and thethree were Louis the rate is 7 to 8 per cent, and the blown a hundred feet into tho ftir, falling volume of trade large; at Cincinnati Jieadless.and limbless 150 feet from the money is tight, the clothing season exceed I expectations, and the grocery trade Is Ihe nn- nnd trees were filled with flying j very good; at Detroit money is close at 7, debris, and only a big hole marks where and manufacturing active; at Cleveland the shanty mood. Several of the men and money is tight and trade gpod except for some horses working in the pit were struck clothing; at Milwaukee money is close at by the fulling debris and badly injured. j 7, and eastern troubles do rne killed are: Southern cities make much the same re- His home is CiiAltt.KS BUHKKTT, single, in Honduras, In.I. GliOltOK FISIIKU. married. He loaves a widow and four children livin, east ot lir.vn. IlEvitv XVmsKul'K. married. He leaves a widow and two children living at the The injured arc: n nephew of killi'il. struck un t IM> brad. SAM face badly cut. HOCK, shoulder dislocated. -A Hi; All AM hurt about the head and riu'lit, arm. The of ttie (load wore gathered into nn ambulance ami taki-nto an under- takint; L'MahlisiiU'Oiit. The concussion was plainly felt nil over the city and port. The iron output Nov. 1, was tons weekly against Oct. 1, and considerable decrease in production is ex- six miles pected it prices yield. The coal trade is dull, holders trying to realize October prices, and tho high price of coke caiises complaint. Tin is lower at 21 cents; copper steady, and lead weak at be- ciniTO of considerable importations. India the Fisher rubber is lower at 75 cents for Para fine. "The boot and shoa trade is somewhat checked by the prospect of reaction in leal her but prices ranged 1% to 10 cents per per pair higher than last year. In dry goods there is observed some hesi- tancy by buyers, but mills are well sold up, woolens realize slightly better prices in some cases, and dress goods are firm. "Wheat falls 5 cents for the week, corn Ki-ill fxriii-ineisi. 'I be terrible SIX cents and outs nearly Scents. Pork sci-iiu was by thoimand.s of people. products are steady, coffee and cotton un- bead found in a field changed, though In the latter sales for Liter, being rolled about by hog, SUED FOR DAMAGES. An Action AKHliint the Gonesoo Oil of IJuflhlo. Hn--K-M.fi, Xov, Bright Bros., proj'rietnr.-, of the (leneseo Oil works of ibis city, have gut into further trouble on account of final explosion on board the Tiuga of tlie Vnion Steam- ship line in the port ot Chi- c-agD ibis se It will be reim-nibered that over a ut lives were lost, and a large amount, of pioperty was destroyed owink; lo Ihe ignition of a quantity of naphtha, alleged to have been shipped by the ijullulo oil refiners in the guise of oil. II learned yesterday llint tho Union KtiMMi'.hip ciMiipany lias instituted a suit ngiiiusr the Urights to dam- ages. The Jirighis siand indicted by a grand jury of the I'ti.ti-il .States cirenit court on criminal cli.-irges in connection with the tragic ex; losiou, and will prob- ..bly be tried at the next term of the court at Albany. WORK TRAINS COLLIDE. One Jlan Instantly Killed Hml Thrpe Others Fatally Injured. BfFFM.K, Xov. Iu a collision last evening bet ween work trains ou the Dela- the week are bales arid oil is 5% cents lower. In general, speculation in products i.i less active than usual. The stock market, after tho severe decline on Monday and Tuesday rallied a little, but was -veakor neain on Thursday aud Fri- day forenoon, and much affected by ru- mors of further failures feared. The treasury has put out more silver i note-, but taken in more of other money, its offer to buy bonds being in- effective. exports of products were enor- mous in October, they have fallen 12 per I cent, below lust year's for November thus 1 far at New York, but K larger excess over j imports fails to affect the money market, wji- in hisgrecn houses ICaRie ami 7th street, a line lot o ttecoralwl p-u-inta aud rut llovveva. All kind o Iruit and o namental trees, shrubs, roses, itc J sell 25 pei- cent, cheaper for iirst-clMss stock than you c-iu buy them eUewhere. ELVS Bairn1 CATARRH CleauxM the Maul and] Inflammation lleals Hu- the of Tiwte and Smell. TBSl'Ki-CL'Ki A particle is applied into each nostril and in agreeable. Price So cento at Drugpists; by male registered ELY BBOTHERS.56 Warren fitttel. New York. FEVER PEOPLE WILD WITH FEAR. llcHidents of an Olilo Town Terrorized by an of Typhoid Fever. Coi.VMr.rs, O., Xov. ,vjts received by the state board of health rcsterd.-iy that an epidemic of typhoid is raging at Olennontvlllc, O. There have alve.i'iy been eiirhty-nine cases, of which wi u'y-iivi.' were fatal At present persons are si rieken. Susiness is entirely suspended and the 200 people who make up the population arc wild with fear. The secretary of the board of health is investigating the affair and will take steps to preventtheepidemic from spread- ing. ____________________ The President ut Work on lllg IVIeaaage. Nov. president is endenvoriii'j to see all miscellaneous call- ers one hour iu each day, iu order that he may have more time to work on his tnnnal message. If the mc.ssnge is not tiitKhiM next, week tlie president will prob-tbiy deny hiinsidf to ali visitors duriiu: the week previous to the meeting of congrf-si so that he can finish without interruption. From what can be learned at the it is not likely that the mes- sage w.ll be extraordinary either in size or in contents. A Number of Ihe Found Guilty of Gambling. KLIZADKTH, N. J., Xov. jury in the case of the Linden Park association, on trial for keeping a disorderly house, in allowing pool selling, yesterday returned a verdict of guilty. Sentence was de- ferral. Bookmaker Ike Thompson's case was then taken up, r.nd he was convicted in thp'e minutes. Picas of guilty were then entered by Bookmakers Henry Stedeker and Robert S. Irving. The eases of George Johnson and Joseph Anderson were put on" till next session. The verdicts against Uie Linden Park association and Book- maker Thompson are to be carried np to the supreme court. A llrakeiinin Itmljtntly Killed. ATa., Nov. freight trains on the Norfolk and Western rail- road collided about 0 o'clock yesterday morning, near the Church road, about thirteen miles from this city. Both en- gines were wrecked as were also sixteen cars. Brakeman George Breckham, col- ored, was instantly killed. Another Lrakeman had a leg fractured and all the other train hands were more or less seri- ously injured, Negligence on the part of a telegraph operator is said to have caused the disaster. "REX" B1UCHALL SWINGS. LAST '.CT IN THE FAMOUS BLEN- HEIM SWAMP TRAGEDY. The Murderer of Frederick C. Rnnwell I'HVH tliB Tenuity of on the Gallows Unrepentant to the llli-uhall Goes to His Awful Doom Un- faltering mid Apparently Unconcerned. The Closing ScciieN. WOODSTOCK. Ont., Xov. o'clock yesterday morning J. Reginald Birchall was hanged in the jail yard hero for the of Fredf rick C. Beuwell in Blenhein, i-wnnip on Feb. 17 lust. About "Mj p.-optc witnessed tlie execu- tion frnni the juil yard. Scores niore saw it from wni I i'.vs. top'of tch'-jraph poles, jiari lally built stone sM-nci.uro of court house near by, and other commanded a view of the from th the new points whi jail yard. At had i ments fur the execution. Bircliall alj breakia-st at 0 o'clock. His meal toast, minutes past 8 Hangman Railcline all preliminary arrauge- cims.sluil oC thrua poached eggs, roliee. and fruit. Birulmll ME. AND MBS. BIHCHELL. the esgs mid part of the toast, but, did not touch the fruit. Rev. Rural Meade, who spent the night with liirchnll, took a cup of coffee also. "He did nor sleep last nigh said Mr. Whitehaad, "and lie looked a little sleepy at ail like breaking and tired, but not down." Shortly lifter breakfast, Sutherland, the barbt'r, who lias shaved Birchall ever Hince he lias bet n iu prison, arrived, and the prisoner immediately allowed himself to be shaved. at this time wore a white flannel shirt, black bow tie, dark striped pants and slippers, At the voice of Mr. Meade was heard in the corridor of the jail reading the Episcopal burial service. A few min- utes later the procession appeared iu the doorway. First came Rev. Mr. Meade, bareheaded, with open Look and dressed in priestly vestments. Next to him WHS Dr. Cham- berlain, iiiM-erior of prisons, nnd then Bircliall li arms pinioned by a stout strap, buckled, and with George Perry, his day guard, ou one siile, and Latham his college chum, on the other. Fora mo- ment Birchail stood on the top step of the three stone steps leading to the ground, and surveyed the scene. Tlii'W "as no trace of faltering, nor yet sign of pent-up feeling, lie looked out over the crowd calmly, quietly, one might almost say with unconcern. It was certain lie was going to die frame. The procession moved on again, and now Birchall's face was turned toward thegallows and the dangling rope, yet he did flinch. From stone steps to the rope turning ob- P. 0. BENWBLL. liquely to the right in the direction taken by the procession was about twelve good paces. Half-way across the "minister halteil, his sonorous voice piercing the frosty air, and the procession again came to a standstill. Birchall now held his head uplifted as To Tlmluce Miners" Working AsiII.ANH. --M v. ou Monday tlie lie.. an.I iron j company will reduce rhe wording time of the miners in (heir n-llk'iies one hour a men bi 1 and quitting at the reduction ii i that the markets work at 7 a. m. ;u. '1 lit; reason for ;c: is .suppost-d to be 1 too much rmoded w-e fur coal. Other follow in to permit goo-l p. All tlie liiinka in Good shape. mining compani.-s likely XEW YORK. Nov. F. D. Tappan, the nine-hour movement. president of the Gallatiii bank and chair- :nan of the clearing house nnd the clear- I Supposed Ciiao Snh-ldc. ing house loan commit tec, said yesterday j CliAUI.KSTON, S. C Xov. is -William afternoon that all tho banks were in good Bornemann, vice of the Xether- shape, ,.ml that everything was in a most llllulg nlul the Charleston and satisfactory condition. No more loan New Orleans office (.f Knool, Frederichs titicates had been issued, none had been Co bu.ier-, is missing, and it asked for and there were no signs of any is SUpposc 1 he has com'init ed suicide. asked for. I His accounts and li being Allauvil IIl-TrenttuI Indians. WAMIIMJTOX, Nov. Indians of the Wild West slioiv called on Com- missioner of Indian Affairs Bell yesterday and made arrangements lo have the lu- dians show up at the oftke of the commis- sioner lo-day. Commissioner Bell tele- graphed to Carlisle. Pa., for an interpreter and will examine the Indians as to their reported ill-treatment while abroad. liere are in ex- cellent condition, only cause for the supposed suicide w menial aberration. if gazing at the sky over the top of the sixteen-font wall. It was observed that he made responses to the services, his "Amen" being pronounced in a clear voice. In a few moments Sheriff Perry gave a signal and Birchall was led forward, but before stepping forward he turned, bent toward Latham, and kissed him on the lips. Latham turned away in anguish, the hot tears gushing from his eyes. As Rev. Mr. Mendo concluded the ser- vice and started the Lord's prayer, Rad- cline produced a stout strap and bound Birchall's legs at the knees. The doomed man, with only a few mo- ments between him and euteruity, did not allow a muscle of his face to move. He stood with head erect, looking straight before and did not offer the slightest op- position to the operations of the hangman. Towards the conclusion of the Lord's prayer Rev. Mr. Meadc's voice broke; it was filled with the deepest anguish. He stepped forward toward Birchall and said, "May God have mercy on and retired a few paces. Radcliiie, from be- hind, seized the and passed it about Birchall's neck, adjusting the knot under the left ear. Then he produced the black cap and dropped it over Birchall's head. The supreme moment was at hand, bnt there was no tremor through the body; iH-tlrng fear. T-ic cap being adjusted, Uadcline seized Birchall's right hand in his. Birchall was able to slightly raise his hand, and it was seen that he warmly grasped the hand of ;he hangman. A11 he oonclus.o-i of this sad farewell between Ihe p: isoner and his executioner. Perry u'ave a si.tm- 1 at Rnmor of n Big Failure Denied. j NEW YOB.K, Nov. rumor was cur- rent in Wall street banking circles yester- day afternoon that Baring Bros. Co. of London had failed, but their business was to be taken care of by another wealthy banking house. Kidder, Peabody Co., I their agents in this city, said they had heard nothins of it and did not believe it, Despite iiie vuiy bust attention be- towed upon the baby, it will grow sick and troublesome by reason of colic, diarrhoea, teething etc. Do not fail, then, to use Dr, Bull's Baby Syrup. Price 25c. A bad case of catarrh or influenza will always yield to the mild curative quali- ties of Old Saul's Catatrh Cure, Price only 25 cents. All Ohio Town Swept. Firo. "Vy'AimEN, O., business portion of tlie t sidered lie upon the table. Mr. Wood- ward's motion was lost. By request the began reading a long report from the Jounal of Proceedings of 1871 bearing in the subject but-was cut off by the motion of Mr. ,Nixon to dispense with the reading. The remainder of the af- ternoon was taken up in an argument ment over parlimentary procedure. A halt in the debate was made long enough to give County Treasurer Ilosier opportunity to respond to the resolution of Mr. Pickard adopted at the first ses- sion, asking for the sum of the income of the county treasurer. Treasurer Hosier said he could not answer exact- ly, although his income was about annually, made up of sal- ary, about 8500 for handling the state tax and fees. N. Y. considering the report of the com- mittee on the application of the Patrons of Husbandry, Mr. Hooker moved to amend the section fixing the' price of boarding prisoners at per weok by moving to substitute therefor the resol- ution introduced by Mr. Williams at the first session by which the resolution would not go into effect until December 31, 1891, but his substitution was with- drawn. The followiii; by Mr. Williams (amended by Mr. Woodward to include salary of the assistant district attorney) was tabled: Resolved, That as a substitute for the amounts named as compensation for the county clerk and the other officials con- nected with the clerk's otBce that the salaries of said officials be fixed at the sum named in the petitions sent to this board by the Patrons of Husbandry. Iu the afternoon the matter of the diatinction between town county poor was taken from the table by the author, Mr. Warren. Mr. Williams of- fered the following resolution which was defeated: Resolved, That the committee on leg. islatiou be requested to drafts law and urge its passage through the legislature, empowering tbis county lo restore the care of its poor by the several towns; and that when any town or towns have decided to care for its own poor they may do so and said town or towns ahall then be entitled to all the excise money, fines and penalties, to be used for the care of said poor, aud that thereafter the town or towns so deciding to care, for its own poor shall not be assessed for any of the expenses connected with the care of the county house or anything connected therewith, and that in the settlement of aaid matter the of the several towns in the county farm, who have decided to care for its own poor, shall be properly adjusted aud paid by said county to said towns that care for their own poor. The following by Mr. Williams was tabled: Resolved, that the committee on leg- islation be authorized to procure the passage of a law which shall relieve such towns as may have iu own poor farm and poorhouse and cares for its OWD poor from any taxation or expenses connected with the poor expenses of the county. The following by Mr. Bookstaver was adopted: Resolved, That the officers in the county who are by law empowered to commit destitute orphan cnildren of Catholic parentage to the various benev- olent institutions be and they are hereby instructed to commit the same to St Mary's orphan asylum in the city of Dunkirk under and by virtue of the law passed by the Board of supervisors in the year 1876. A resolution of thanks to the chair- man and officers of the Board was adopt- ed, as off ered by Dr. Williams. Adjourned sine die. The Myitory Explained. [The OBSKBVEB will carefully Btute thaltho following ia contributed.] "Good morning. Dennis. Are you well this "Tee top of the morning to ye, Mike. Sure I'm well and hearty." "I say, Dennis, what is all this talk about Gifford the photograffor buying a Hickory Hearse? I hear that he is going to make dead loads of money out of it. Sure is he going into the under- taker business, I do'no? Haven't we undertakers enough in the "Well, Mike, 1 do'no, unless it is that bad our roads are that they need a strong hickory hearse. Any kind of a hearse would jolt the life out of a corpse that was inaide of County Notea. A barn belonging to A. Hall, about two miles west of Cherry Creek, burned November 13 with entire contents. Origin and loss unknown. Louis Miller of Silver Creek, aged 50 years, died November 13 from the effects of a cancer in his throat, from which be has long suffered. Advices from Washington state that the mail messenger service to Peruia, from the New York, Lake Erie ern railroad, has been ordered discon- tinued. The young people's society of the First Swedish Luthern church of James- town has raised over toward building a new church. R. R. Armor, a prominent oil producer, has moyed from Oil City to Jamestown. Sinclairville Commercial: Owing to the bad roads wood is becoming very scarce. Ad verlUed The following letters remained uncalled for in the U.S. postofflce, Dunkirk. N.Y., on Saturday, Nov. 15, 1890. Persons calling for them will please say "adver- tised." Mr Rennie Shannon, Mr Tom Lyon, Mr B C Glover, Mr David S Stafford, Mr Ernest Morgenstcrn, Mr J M Emerson, Mr J J Clifford, F C Field, A H Baldwin, Jr. C. M. REhD. P. M. New line of the Celebrated P. Centemeri Kid Gloves in all the latest for Street and Opera wear. Newest things in Men's Hosiery, Suaponders, Shirts, Gloves and Underwear. Finest line of Yarns and Yephyrs, Crochet Stationery and Notions. Men's Leather and Buckskin Gloves. Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Corset Covers and Aprona. New Applique Flowers, Table Scarfs and Lambriquens. Something especially new. We will offer this week at a Special Big Drive 50 dozen ladies' extra quality Black Woolen and Cotton Hose at 25c, in sizes from 8 to 10. "ERIE STORE." Ask io see our Ladies' and Children's Combination Suits from 48c to a Suit. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain aud light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of XL-ETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. Yon will like them. Our _ GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in 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 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 M II. MORGAN after un oxpcrinnco ol twenty five years is now prepared to trim recg in the best manner. Uotarcucca mny bo )btainccl Irom Frank May or W. 8. Aboil All >rder6 may bo left ut Mre. Johnaon'M bakery. OTODDAET CO., I'ateiit Attorneys, MIS 7th 3St., Washington, U. C., U. S. Patent Of- lee. I'atenta, and Ra-Iaaues secured. Trarto MurksregUteroil. All 1'atenl businoui conducted, for moderate Fceu. Information, Advice and special sent on request. nai A. Burbeo wishes to announce to the public in Kcncral, ami patrons in jmrtic- ilar. Uiat he has purchased Ihu building for- merly occupied by II. II. Mullctt, 55 Kaflt L'hiril strcel.liiiH nitcrt it up in llrst-clasa order, jind is prepared to do llrst-class barberlng. Thanking lor past patronage, I solicit a Buurc ol the luture. KCMmctlully, O. A.11UHBEK. S75 00 to iu can for 1'evsons preferred who can furnish a horse nnd give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may be prolltably employed also. A fow vacancies in towns nud cities. D F. Johnson Co. 2UOO Mnln-st, Richmond, Va IDLE MONEY Invested so as to yield ten per cent, per annum. Capital can be withdrawn at any time Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust 0 WAT.I, STREET, NEW YORK. KODICRICK H. SMITH, Manager. Dry Goods and Carpets. AMERICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO. N. Y. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Sotne art born ftuhionabb, achieve fashion, and thrust upm yuoth Ckarbt Lunb, when hit tailor brought kirn a toot with a velvet collar and told Mm body wean velvet now." U is right to be In fashion If you can. It is almost as easy as to be out of fashion, unless you are indifferent like oar friend Lamb, who, as a genius, could afford to be so. From us you can learn about the newest fashions in dry goodi, in all hat pertains to ladles' wear, auch IrcsB goode, cloaks, etc.; in gentlemen'1 gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc.; and in carpets, draperies and erior house decorations. The newest Fall and Winter itylei are ready in all departments. A d'jrfal lot of attractions and bargains ou every hand. If you want a drew, here are fashion- able fabrics from the world's centres of 'ashiou. choice goods and bargains in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if want a carpet, if you want dry goods of any cind, or a book (we musn't forget tbct, come to us and nee the you can't come, write, and lean hat in fashionable in weiring apparel, n 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 correspondence about thing in our line of business. sent freely, queries answered In- stantly. Contrary tu tbe rule, you will flpd shopping with ua through. Ibe malls a great success. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON. DRY GOODS AND CABPBTB, AMERICAN BLOCK. 3% BUFFALO. N Y. JULIUS MAYER CO Have put in machinery specially adapted fur the manufacture of bard wood Baloon and office fixtures; also repairing department for pianos and organswoort ruosiac floors laid. and de- signs furnished on application. 207 Central N. Y. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST BAKING POWDER Biscuit, Muffins, Corn Bread, Griddle Cakes, Dumplings, Potpies, Puddings, Cakes, are de- licious if made with Cleveland's Baking Powder. Test it by the following receipt: (Prom tH, CtmtanJ Cock Beok, vttttt mOMX frit ttmn latlf nmUmt ClmlMMl I Batiff fftnier Co., 8. b> 83 St., Nrm YirkJ Delicate with two oops sagar, one-half onp sweet milk, oops floor, one and one-half Superior Baking Powder, wUtai of eiftt eggs well beaten. Add floor sad etd altenatelr. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures

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