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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2t, 1890. NO. 90. lil-lP RESEAT ATI7E CFJINJESS HOUSES F DUNKIRK. .til iiiii .MACHINK tnr rilling of hhink'i l-i the 'iitcit .1-ldiLion Ml, nUne .imp, my. S> K. -il1. ami F- ua .1 spK' -mnonm Central Arc. Inauinlancnim tialty. .SHUirs e. except lor A WOMAN'S FATAL LEAP. SHE JUMPS FROM THE SIXTH STORY WINDOW OF A BROOKLYN HOTEL. ll.JOK rrrtu (Li., strt-el J'.-iiiiii' promptly .lNliKilV -.1 .MKM IllVIN'i. I'iv> N'M. !U K. -i-e-.nd -Irr-i'Mifur lillf- N. V. leu, :n -.iv'es. Ur'le.ri, .-.en.lnd to. All work f-uuranlee't. i> 3 x'-i CKOCKEBX HOUSE, aid denier in Imported :ui .ma, CUACT.lCyUA UOTKL, Kates, Jl per duy. Urerr llo.-11'l.nt; connection. Victor Uldcr, W :ind 337 L.rm struct. I1TY SHOP ijhita. XaK'Je., I'rnp.. Jnilur L.i ..inter an .-.lu.ro .National iKiraer Third Mroota. A atork 01 i Domicile Mtjars. I v D EVENING OliSKKVKIl. Daily in the. Cnnnty. Vu JidvertiHiiii; meduua. UNKI.lK KNdtNKEKrNU CO.tt Kcirti'ijriv A I'njiulu. r. LfM :m Dreai. on ai.d dry tu.TiiH, to tirde.r. SHJ11T CO., 205 anil J'J7 ln-t-t. Manufacturers of Hie d "DunKirK" perfect liilinu in all k-admir oilb iiouae.3 in lyii-ikiru. Dlf. anil I Ueiilur.i. flour, tY-uil. li I KIE HDTKL, .mil J.UODII, iJinuii ri to ;xi! trainb and jjilo- .'or Cum- ini I'r'ip. TJ K.iiu 1' rri o. t .'I x-c., Luailurn ol in 1 Mrs. Churl'-H Adumn of Now York, During a Fit of Manful Altera- tion, HnilM I3er t-ife In a Terrible Manner DtiHhetl To li mi HiiMlmnil Almost With (jti-lef. New Nur. Mrs. AcUinis (.'ofniiiM, ot Con- gressnian-cUici William J Coombs, jumpi-d frnm the sixth of IJifm'poiic Ilrouklyn, at I'ii.K) o'clock rsilur'lay afternoon to the side- walk on Mnrii.'iLpie Htreot and met instant dcntli. hud m ill-health Cor some tinii- I iivfcsU Cation into thu caso ihnwM fvuli-iirt-.s ot prcmt'ditarcd suicide. It vva.- o'clock whim doors lend- ing to rhe mam corridor of tin: were optjin-d ;uitt a woman ol'supe- rior [ihvMtjut: tMiteivd. Sim curried a .small hand-satchel. Prnpriulor stepped behind the desk for a, momuut mid to him the woman said: "I am suffering from palpiLainm of tlit> heart, and would like u room .is far from the street, tw pn'-iibli'." Clurk C'.IHB communicated and he replied t.hai a room could hcr-t-nircd on the top floor. That seemed satisfactory and the clerk accompanied thu stranger to tlie room. Shu appeart d oiM'Tocily cool at tin: time. if -he dnsired anything, the '.VMUIUII -.aid: -Ph-Hsc send ui7 t lie ctiumheriiiuul. Clerk Ca.se l lien retrace1.! his ifeps, and maid1! dii'Mcicd To n. I'll'' maid found rlie door o her rannin-', flu-re, way no nice! i HI; to -In loci: -d rcsiiiin-i" Li wa.-3 p fit y "I i' lioor Hi' the huh' sat. (iT.vn in ar start l.-i by l iu- hui nc iiy upt'iu'i jjortirn, vvlii-n a rk r- lehed the office there excitei'ieni on tlie mam i'l. Pripri-tnr Peed had i lie ,-n; ranee. H of the door le.nliii- was He to tiiu A MURDEROUS INDIAN. Midnight Atlaek on a Yonnjj Lady by a Ktiilakiu. BISMARCK, N. D.. Nov. Satur- day niifht the Indian, excitement took anothur turn through an attempted mur- der by an Indian from Fort Berihold ayency, Miss Dora Wriaht. a handsome, youny lady accountant and atpnouraphe.r emjjlm'i-d in the Capital Nation.d bank of rliJH ciiy There tlie usual rush nf bank Im.HinesH Salurday her (juries de- tained her till a late hour, and it was near midnight before she starred out alitne for her home near the -.ulmrbs of town. When near the corner of Hxlh sireer and Avenue A noricfd an Indian toward her rapidly Slie an casli-rn and living Imt a favr muni us. wai iiornlied at m tin 14 an Indian aunie at tlie iitvid nf Sin; w.-is frightened and w.'ilked nu M'iskJy YVh'Mi she met him he carne up 'doM; 10 her, ihouumz Although 'boroughI1." scared ".he. walked on. bm had troiie, bui few when she was .st ruck from behind nn the hack 01 tlie lieud by a club or biunr IIIHI muicii! -.Mine kind, and t'eil the si reel. Weak and l.iml hum loii uf blood and with a wound her head she tip and cra'.vled home on uer bands and knee-. An alarm was inmuleil and Aeriup; Mayor ntiniied the nnlica and aronsetl tint shenif. Ail In ii.au witii a. cluh had buftii seen wildly down on.e of the streets by late pt.'deitnun.i in the vicinity of tin! assault, so with t hihclue i a powHe (jf citixens with a rope searched tiiu streets all niirht. A band of Berthold Indiana is cfiniped at at which place- llu; offi- cers arrested White Arm, a young buck, i and icjilu'fd him in jail. Threi: art? in jaii on suspic-uut, with The and a strong I" s-e to jindect t liem from tlie, violence of There. hundred -.iipnn-ed friendly Indians Inn ;i half miles liitni .in.i u i-. nnnoi'cd rliey will maki' trouble when the re.u-hes them of their FROM ABROAD. PARNELL SEVERELY CRITICISED BY SEVERAL ENGLISH CLERGYMEN. A Noicil 3Tsaint IT that tin; Irinh Lon- don ['filier I'Hih'ic'vvhlsJ, tlif Xihilitit, is :ii Loritliin of I fitltlifi-uit; for the Opcniiit; Sessiun. Tin- KIrii; .if (lollmul Dcail. t Parnelt mnn; or d '-idedly Lou- waH which muvdei ol (Jen. l oi-h HVCTI 1, NUt'h act io einmt'in. The :nfi lib t.-mt l i .1. co., liwiuni; -..urv i Special o.ac 'u'ur ic: (Jlllfa, anil ,-ry. V r u. OKHlt. 1C. I'lnrl .l ir. of m K.no IlouU, said .1 woman had just leaped from a top wimlow M't-n on the p.iV'-ment' to rht'u.'ist and a cursory examination Tliowcd no ol' Tin- portico lead-, in 14 to the cut ranee i.s about feet in n .iod feet wide 1 lit- sides and iront aii- and there is a wo often roof, 11 .1 railing ifist Intrh. A riijljon cl -taiin-d urnu- nient-) ne j in hfi- df-renr nnn.ri unate woman -i r'irK t lie rail in 4 on the en--! -ide. rrack- .i 'ii it. The :urce Kiin'-u.-d nut ol' a purt'tun of Mie sta.ned filass ui'i caiiieti unuiliuii; -sound t hat -tart led i he pi iprn-tor. licijonnuiiiL; imm Uie raiiiuy the woman iirncU ,in irnn nrn and then feil to rhe .-In' lay at full lunsith. a cut ou the i 'immiiani.'e was i n: media titly i t nun t lit- and i- He pro- it.- woman dead ami -Mini death .-t- Siren in.-J ant .iiu-ons. WM-. iioiiMnu uii her pi-r-on ny winch iili'iit uif-i. In ihc toiinii ,m i-nvelope directed ro Mrs. ii cunt ained a liillnead from Liebmunn Bro-. iN. tnviims, and-boned t luu worth of Lfouds Hi id been jiurcha -ed b" JNirs. Couiuh.s MI S SourJi Klliutl pbn e Tha A as reniovf-d in rhe auiiuil.ince to .Sui-eo, iionTic., IIIUM SCARED BY INDIANS. RedslciiiM Makt) u Win-like tiuii A roil ml a Sui'voyin-V .MlXNKAroi.is, Nm' '.'k-A Hill special to Tim 1'i'iiinTii; says, lien :mrl Bernard Bowers, who have be'-n with i Altdland railroad surveying Miitlit. re- turned ro Hlunt ut p. m. yr-st.-rday. Ttiey report t hut tit aiioitr 11 o'clock fc'ri- day m winle camped about ciyhtj" ot Pien'e, wa.s ronnde'i by about lilt v India us pa in red and mllv equipped lor var. and with hid- eous ye I aiM thmriinini: r'n-ir war (dubs, etc cut i heir r ne it'iits ami noimced in and nut 'irint; Uieif mm, titiurishin'4 clubs, ere wir houi doiiiL; any harm. T'n-y linully ielt when the want; of surveyors broke, camp at 4 a. m, Saturday, and sturled for Kurr Pieri'C. where, l hey arrived aboni rnidnitriir Sat- urday, baviny traveled all dav without to ear. IHT or nor, the iiirv ptirtv on rlie roceiirly cedetl lands or on the res- ervation wa.s not learned. iitii :tl t n a M v mem i ,i t tie K lira's parr nil move- i har IP" -rii itMiin-i of 1 i.e tn ipiiel and almo-l wil by ti ml preacher Pnctj n Irirth iL'ii, and called upon Mr. i ('iii'linal Aianninu', in thu .uid universal religion. n pol.re arc confident bar n'-kofl in I'ari.- ill infoi'iuatjon of IH.S eu tiv Collie of his 'lien. Ii is not be- 'icw til' t recent de- ourt >t (jiu-en's bencli in the -.I--- n.i'Hicai inurdtM'er L'as- 'aUeit w k1 will oe ex; radiied. ice -mould requc'st nn be  scuoi-rKx 17 kust Tliird dtret't, F t-uionable T.uU.r. wul rtn-l it to tnnir titivauuiHi' null "n 'ne hefuru F U-VBV .C l SilPl.lius, 'ill Uulh.- v.ic.li .10 ail lila u Ware. A nt, I'a.Mtaml lik-limits. iluuual Dunkirk 'J.nniiiiny, S II) B. -Jcconil nu H IX Cor. Thml and Buffulo Su., Dealer 111 Urur.iu-, Murble. h'lliRgmg null Mullilins >tone. Call un M'furo buying your dlile-rt'iiik. __ R1SLKV A CO.. 7 ami '.l E.lat Frunt itruot. Wniifey, Liquor .-Store for F.imily U'BC. riie r'ir-it precinct -Cation liou.se and a pu- lent to be bon-iu >uuth Elliott with T he ion of ihe woman as ojou-.: ,c- .1 tall.-.tout, black bl.ick cap "with Astrakhan rriin- mmg, colon.-.! velvet hat anil oxford Mrs. Siieiton live't at the address, and wiie.li ihe iMlicLr broached the sad intelli- gence >he wtatld visit the station mmse .In c', !y. Later a ivlined looking, ei.ier'y n cai.ed at I he Mt.ition house, u'.-i .iii i'eiim -howu tin: body, which had 1) 'ii a ;o 'apt. 'ampi) private r< Mm. den; .lied ii that ol her daughter. At H ciin-iv (Mi irk's au- ny IHH went to the -i ,L: ,an. The brotner vujwt'd Llie oouy, ntii the hu-.hand did not. By of t uroiier Liuoney, body removed 'u Uo; etiablistiiucnt, a; i nt; corner Court, aud Juraicimm -tireet-'. .md later transferred lo the, deace "f the dead woman's mother. Mr.-.. mb.s had suil'urcd from mental irou'nle -ilia curly in ihc .-sUmniL-r nl the preMtMH year wpur- ro Luiuton tor her health. Mm returni'il m Ociooer, not miifh ami went to live with Her at L'tw a New York an.irrment iiousu. wliure she received me'tn-ai some Mrs. t t ti'-tbM rcqui-biou ro nc tai.e.ii ro her mn net in Uroonlyu. Her requunt was willi. Satui'u.iy he. Un; husband ot' iiiL' win nan in the doorway "You probably know more of thin sad aiTair huii I do." he said. "I laat my wii'e i Receives VuHn ul Kli'iM rieity and FiiANf IM (i, Xov -M Mor- gan while repairing a wire; on Kearney -jtvoet, beioniiiiiL; ro the f'.uifornia Electric received the full force, of l.ddO vnitH of eU'cfricitv. The wiry way t'orry- threc feel ironi rhe u'i'ouuiN from winch Morgan liuny by bin liauds. A tellow workman tried to briui: him down, nut Moi'Lian's irrasp on i be wire could not be broken and tlie wire bad ro he cut. Morgan, dropped unconscious into the arms ot his re-iouer, wbo brought him safely to the, around. Tjio palms of Mortrna s Inimla bsirned to rhe bone and lifter retrain in LT lu- suf- f tired intensely. Thou.-andH ul! the accident and jrreat exciie- ment prevailed. Morgan will probably recover. ,h t he direct, malo uredt house ol "I1 II, .iterally with rhe "upland. TI. and may have 'i-'im the Kinpf-ror in His nnlv issue is bv his -vuV. Kiniii.i, beinn a dausrhier III years of ,lLre. Th ceath from Ib'iiami h( duel, which will urob ,i t'l Lec'tme a1 1 a.-lie- under the DnLt: o io toe empire of fn-r-naiiv. Ai an ol t he Dutch parliament, passt-il some veaiv ami. provides lor ilie sticcessKiu to .hroue .11 in the event tit' the lat- ,.'ni.'s f.unilv neconuiu: extmcl. Kinma LS verv ponnlar and will nn- ubr.'d, be continneii as re 'put until her dan ait aiiis her ['he GEN. MILES ALARMED. of Gen, lirouktt Signal fnr ti Gnnarul Uprlhing. Xov, Miles was not allowe-i ru undiaturbad jvstcrduv, fur early in hu received a dis- patch at ihe. hotel frem the commander of tho troops at RoHtihnd, and tated (har the Indians there and at Pine wfii'H preparing to advance the .roop.s .it Pine of the chiefw la -.triii (Jrnn Brooko, and that was to Whi'ihrT the to be done 01' ;he chiefs who ai-R at Pine Ridge ind who fuv to lie ur ivhethfir the general was rn be singled out n an attack made bv the warriors from Rosebud. not stated: but for time it m.id.1 Iron. Miles an-i lie -r.v uted nu-vn frnui (ien. Brooke. ,-i   hita saiu the general, ''somewhere alony thu line wlio manage to convey M i lit1 Tim tans all the, that MT tin; '.vims, and consequently it will not do for sna to give out informii- m. THIEVES' DEN RAIDED. 1111 ('upturn. Nov. 'H. Eight, desperate th.cves were jn-ested Saturday by the -rreet sianon police. For f-wo month.i they have lived withmthe shadow of the ion, but 10 clever were they that their prcseiicu vvaa not knuwu until yesterday Four buld sufc robberiuK and innumer- able rJiefts are laid ar, thf-ir door, Friday niLxJit tlie police havu guiLrd- iny a iinnll cottage at IJiH West Lon meinber.s of i.he gtmx wen: -.Ken to flock and Saturday the oifi- cers raided tho and arrested six men and two women, wilh hut httlo ry- '-i.stance. Tlu: policfi claim i hey are i be. parties who I'ohbcd tin1 sul'c at the. Lake .street fie pi) i oi' me, Illinois (.'cnrral railroad, Booi ii Son's also tin: stealing of rhe hnx oui Iveller'sj containing deeds, file., valtiod at SIOO.UUU Insi week. RAILROAD NOTES, Afl'aiiN Uie Lake Shura h to be Kiintl. niiso I rcillHd in a Uiii-i-oiim MITCHELL. 1ml.. Xov. Ter- rill wa.s killed by John Feitner. known as   .-liy and riie from Frank notic'-s of all .i eld with band.s and banners to celebrate Che anniversary. The police ordered the people to disperse, anil on tho command beniLC disregarded they charged upon the crowd wall drawn batons. The people re- and the officers with stones ami dubs, but the riur, was finally quulltil and tbe sti-eets cleared. Ball will be made Jan. 1. suinmoneii 1'be pin -ician.s u. iv- topsv iljinu tl.e ol hoity i- po-es i b. d 1 he nival chain b -rl w.ilcb. tei ,1 1-hn.n.i 1 rey-ni' to-day and will vent the palaces ;md other places  -on. The Rev. Shuttleworth, vicar of the church at EgloHhayle, Cornwall, has married Miss Cudmore, a well known actress on the London stage, herself tlie daughter of a Cornish clergyman. The Fisiu; pomtiou under is about ready for the experimental rests at Fort Hamilton. A complete metallic cir- cuit was found to be a necessity in makino; the electrical connection. One of the conductors oa the Central railroad. Jared Turrell, of Attica, is 80 years o! aste. carry a complete linn of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You 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. AMRBICAN 1ILOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BUFF.1LO. S. Y. SULLIVAN SON 2 1 3 Centre Street AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some tire born fattuonabtt, tome ankieim fashion, and oOiert hanefiuhion thrust upon ijvotli Chariot Lamb, when his tailor brought him a new aoat with a. velvet foliar and told him "every- body eeliut eollan now." It is right to be in fashion if yon can. It is almost aa easy aa to be aut of fashion, unless you arc indifferent like our friend Lauib, who, as a genius, could afford to lie so. From us you cuu leurn about the newaiit fashions in dry in all thut pertiiiiiH to ladies' wear, such as goodc. cloaks, etc.; in gentlemen's gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc.; find in carpets, draperies and in- terior house decorations. The newest Fail and Winter styles are ready in all departments. A won- ierful lot of attractions and bargains on every hand. If you want, a dress, here are fashion- able fabrics from the world's centres of fauhion, choice goods and bargains in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a carpet, if you want dry goods of any kind, or a book (we musn't forget tile comu to us and sec the fashions you can't come, write, and learn what in fashionable in wearing appuref. in house furnishings and in literature. Don't wait lo have fashion thrust ipon yon. You can achieve fashion by radinf! here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit about any- thing in our line   7th su, Hoe. ADAM, MELORUM ANDERSON. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS, AMKKICAN BLOCK. BHFFAI.O, N Y. D. C., opn. (J. S. Patent Of- Patents, Cnvcatmmd I. suns nccurcd. Traile ruindncted tnr modui-atc Advic O Van'lie I'er.sonM wlui n horbe and l.heir whole tnnu to bugineHH. Sjuiro inoinunts may prolltably employed idhu. .V lew vacaiii-itiH in towns anil ciuus. U. K. Johnson Co. axx) Main-Bt., Kichmond, Va. All Patent FCUM, Information, Advico and Bpccisl rcfcruiicus on A? I'.'irliec Ui aniKiucca to the publb: in general, and jiatronn in partic- iilar. I bat be hrib purchased thu building for- mi'i-ly of.c.itpiud Ity H. II. Miill.'tt, 35 KaHt Third -Urottt.haft ilttcd it up in ilrsi-olaHH order, and .H iiroparcd to do 'jitrbenuir. pftHt piLtrou.iirti, t HoIiciL a fcliare ol Hit (uture. IDLE MONEY Invested so as to yield ten per cent, per annum. Capital can be withd-awn at any time. Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust, H WAI-D STREET, NEW YORK. IWDIOHICK II. SMITH, Manager. C.C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer, NAIH ST., T. DEJU.EB IH Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather ttfxxtn, etc, BNGRA GOLD 
                            

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