Tuesday, November 25, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1890. li PHESENTATIVE CT3INESS HOUSES DUNKIRK. l NKW ItUMNCr WACIIIVE lor ruling ih kn ts of hi inks 19 the itCht tc lie i uil Department ol iJnnkirk Printing Company BK 01. FORO, 22.) an I UK Central Ave Vrt K I'nouxrr iphcr Instantaneous PnoUigrii H llnljits a tipccialty hitters 3c t not for snnglimc except for mines. l> >0'v (MJKKY-j VTIFS IIIVIVG Pro I) pn No K, H Sec ncur liuf Ijiinklrk. N 1 V it, Mil I ini, leW.etn bound in i II Orders itcnleuto All woik guaranteed. [Jl I'CIl K'S CKOCKBKV 1IOU8E, Wa Central Avenue I j mi 1 rein] dciler in Itrported anei 'fi.jii.alM lilna, dlasttwlire f IIOFFL, 1 Hates day i Tory i I Hnai lini; -iUbl 11 ronncctiem Victor Iti'lpr and }37 Lion root. yl'l'V li VKItEi: S1IOP Clms Naglc Prop tier L, i c shore National Hunk, cornet Center an l Third utrcets A One atoi k of Koreign ai 1 Domestic cigars CNKl :K tVENING OIISUKVFR. I irjtest Daily in the Connty A. i u te iiuilleil a Ivortislng me luim I vUNKI'EK ENfctlNEEKINO IS roiirefh Sollew Popple VIui u( i irersoJ 1 nginca, Pulley) lliinncrs. etc Piitlcrns i runta ni I MaclniH! Wink to order SUUir CO, 205 and 2Ui IJ Cenl r etrcet Maliuf irtuicrs ol the 'Cromwei nn 1 Dunkirk' .icrlcct littu i, Dross Slur OT halo in all leading lui inching f lOti ing in t Irj liouecs in txinkirk DK T( 'JMES, ind I im 8trC( I t lour, i ec 1, alt 1 uii I HHV I hos ct b'KIJS I'OTH, an I iJimui, biloon, Uiilou j i n y .ICCCHS to ill ti iindamt bun 11 CRB hcniti j Ucsi. nce-eiumluil ilmiis foi Com ncn i il i r John Miuphv 1 roj> l.- HLK1CS i CO Ci r in l Chinl litrcet fine iir Him Co'jniul Ware an I Up I'u tuie t r unes made to onler rp MII rt SON s. co, U (ci li ll AiC Leaders o h istm i 11 I (.gentlemen OullltlDiB 1JAUKL! CO, anulucti rcis LI i Healing Vpt Similar; 1 a Spceialti ME in i Our aii laities rllic Simla 10e, I oil iro ic, Cliffs I and I ice Curtains tree DelH ery A >V Cuinmn 20 Centoi atrecl II K OEHM t rinril st cor ot liufTilu lUnulae.urcr n I'cilci in h nc lioota A Siioos R l> i 1> uuUV eckl> Fjiiorb vud cverj tint E 1 c Uuning lo i llrbt euas tiuok core Sell 30 I ooks a sp c ilt> K.SKY WKll Lit S M'W STOIEF, 101 E Thir 1 st I o bluionerj. Musical In I Oil PHIMINO lesci iption 111 I ill low is li r lies bi IimiktrK 1 i Ctimp 8 in I 10 1 beci ml St JH A VV UUlvtN S SON, Flip I ifo Aci iilent an 1 ll Insui Deal era in Iteal el tic and 1 o 1 articular attention to tlie care of i roperl) collect rs rents 219 enter at 2n I llooi ITONBOE'S PHARMACY, oOU Central Avenue leidquiirtorB (or Will 1'apor cjils, PERKINS, J W .00 Center street, ManntacU rcrandds ilei in Hai ness, Sad 'les, Krl lies coll lid Tin ks ilo Uobf d UoirtC olovca Mittens in ISluieli 17 Last ilnrd street t ashionablo Tailor Gentlemen ill it to their to call on uie bolore chasing elaowherc. a CAJti A o. i M Lion street. cUueral Ilir hile 1 e IJ untoi'B Snpjdiet., Oil Clotlis Giir te w are A special C> oc bhci WIL Wdli uns Pa tain I Monroe range RULING, such is blank-books, ledgers, and all kindb ol bl uikd Uoce at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 b beeon I bt. RUDOLPH RIOLDENU4DJEK, Cor ihird ana Uuffalo Sta., in Gianitc, Marble, t lugging and Building Stone. Gall on me buying your side-walk RISLEY A CO 7 and a t ast Front street. Wfaiskj, Wines, Brandies General Liquor btore for f .mdy Use ROBtur Lion street, noai tho depot Boarding Sale, eed and Litcry Stable Stabling b) the day 01 neek ou icasonible tcrinn. SAM J. G1F1OISD, iOl Central Ave. (Up Gcncn 1 Insiuince and lloal Estate Agent, tire Lile, Accident, and Livo Stock Insurance 1'ionip' atu nlion en to buying ami selling Kcal rj> C. JONbS, J. 75 b Tliuil st. cor Ucor r xeclsior Sleut tresh, Salt and Smoked Me its, Lanl, baiibiigcs, and Pouitn W ATCUES, JKWKLKV, Bu> tbe Aurora liailroad Watch ll-piinng a spci laity Frank F. sa r Third at. VtfM MOCKER, Mcrohrnt Tailor, 316 Central Avenue TAKE NOTICE. TH T I N Into in lnsgicen oxiscB or b il Ui a line lit, o plants a 1 1 cut tit AM kind o irtCr, Ac 1 sell i5 per cent il e q t.r tor fu t class stock than can tht ELYS Cream tlie Nasal a Allays Pain and Inflammation. Hrals the thu Senaea of and Sin TBI THE tuBi HAY-FEVER A particle IB applied into each nostril and In agreeable. J'ricc bj maw NO. 91. SAD HOME-GOING. AUGUST BELMONT DEAD MRS BIRCHALL ON HER WAY TO ENGLAND. The Bereaved widow ID the Be- lief That Her Husband was Innocent of the Crime for Which He Sue Expccla the Canadian Government Will J rcntually Let Husband it Remuliia Her Have Her Was u. Prnmluent BHiikoi ana Well- Knowii I'utiou of Flno Arts >OKK Isov Bcltnont died nt 3 o'clock yesterday morning Mr Belmonts death resulted fiom a saveie cold he contiacted at the lioise show If Mi Belmont had lived until tho 8th of next mouth he would; have been 74 years old Mr Belmont was born in Alsei der many Iu 1810 From 1844 to I'fjO thp de ceased was consul geneial of the Austrian BLFFAIO Nov 2-, Mr. n Kovernment m this citj but owing, U is ,7rMMr, "'u tre and Mr Doimall MeMmehj asMSted E in defending hei liusbauu ainved m Urn chn UUm !f mtcd StlUes city it 0 A, o'clock last evening on the JS "'fa'rS J'" l-uc md m 1834 New York t, ntr il he became niintsti i n ,idi it Mrs Bnclialt positively declined to be iraPOIt nf interviewed loanpoiter Mr McMurchj said Mrs i THE NAVASSA RIOTERS. SENTENCE OF DEATH SUSTAINED BY THE SUPREME COURT consular convention fji winch he highly complmieu'cd tl o n ite depi Mr I elniont II is Mrs Birchall given up all hope of obtaining possesmon of her husband s body she has not replied Uie banister lor miny ytais .Mr Belmont n is in in Iu nking in this city uul was well kuoun as upation of the fine aits his e illcetion of paintings being one of "I believe that }ht 'I'0 "'7 J will permit her to remove BVrenallE ,e h.B picsukntof the. Jockey mams but it may be some time befoe the H 'S ,ot permission will be granted otbei clul in N, w ot k He miiuied a "What is there in the lep rt tint Bir I of Matthew C cliall left a confession witU the Kev Mr un Wade of "Woodstock, hisspintual idviseiP Do you think he did P" 'No lucre is no truth in the stoiy He left no confession Mr MeMnrcliey said m conclusion that ho hid been engaged in seveial euniinal cases of impoiiauei, but nevei had acted in one of siKli mtuisp intciesl a-, liiieh alls umnst v, lie lining odds MI 1 IK "and h id little money or 'inyll i else to wiih while tin n mint ha I f tt its dis pusil uilun able logo lo the en I ot the "Hi f i CM leu i it ncussin It was a tembk stiain not tnlv on Hiichallund liibnift but uUo on us I want to b( lin so liuuln s-o bad u cnM aj, mi if I c in help it UK imity lelt foi Yoik this mom Still II, HL, WooiMoih. Out (hall and Mis U est last II, trnl Innocent Bn 'ones left heie at 1 IIPJ sul i llie funpril services will be held at the Church of tin Ascension u foituiday, after which the bodj will be t ikeu to JNewpoit loi inteiment DR KOCH'S MAGIC VIRUS. from New iy on the Ala jcstic V lai_e ci nvl c 1 at the ill pt to bid fin ell to Hie u tin.; widow has main win in <j heie Moth la lies n i ssol in (loop inciim Mis 1 IK] ill iifusul to Mhithu liusl and s L.IUIC wmlc the bod) is in the jail j a I ljut it tl e authoiities will gne il up si i w 11 iiuuii to Canada an 1 htue tin n 11 uns intdi d in tin it in to Hie "White stiii lino fmmshcd fiee (i insjx itntion lot the 1 idles tiom IK ic to i nj in 1 M s I IK hall htill believes that liet lius 'MI d w is miiount of tho utiuil killing sov ihe latest ndviees Iron, 1 m are to thp effect that the hull u s iitinnc to bun, in thin squaws mdtlildmi which is taken as i sine sun M the nimj people tint Uieie will le nolijitini; at that Gen Brooke it the i in d moMiiR towatd the Ciow niei wh eh stamptded the set- tleis i i ith Yi is ill it of Man Afiiiirt oj llib which is fuendh and goes with a penult and tin dei escoit _ Itm-o In ith uollim CoiLMrn b C .'5 1 he race riot at Bishopville in ntcr not yet ended Seven mRioc< were wounded in the ccnflicts one of ihun f ttally The were dnven t II but leturnedSun dav anno 1 to tin ttetli 'ihe bheriff ml nnliturj arc enc mi fed m town aud the negioes aie outside weio sent from Columbia and moie bloodshed is al most cettain to follow I-xpcoted to HOB ten. LONDON Xov a he Centtal Newa learns ftom an excellent source that Mi Pai mil will nuncunce it a melting of the Iitsli nictnbets to-day his letnenient from the kniltislnp Mi Divitt in a speech, Saul he believed Mi Pinnell would prove luniMlf n jreatei patuot than his enemies suppiM 1 by taking tho couise whicli would the dinner to Iiish nutonomv Thei-trlcM Sel7ml YORK Nov Ttensury Amcnt returned from Chicago jtsteidnj where lip had made fi of JOJ n 01 th of thiati ic iljioodsbrougat to this country last spung bv Henrj J Leslie The propeitj subs qucntly passed into possession of th" One igo Auditorium coinpnnj It had been brought here as tools of trade" and no dutj exacted CiOrmau SwImlleiH Lxtincllted Npwloih and Julius KiojinkM who weie anested upon their arrival heie from Lii 'land some time ago on a demand bj the German were delivered ovei to the officeis of the etannislnp Soivia jesterday to be retuined to tbeu native countij They are w an ted foi swindling b-mks nt Geunany out of hancs Convictod of Wife Mnidei ------YORK D Loppy was last night ronneted of the murder of his wifp which occuritcl on Tulj 4 last He will bi, spntenoect Fnclny is a woithless fellow picked a quniiel with bis wife which culmiimtecl in lus a pair of or, inrt st ibb ng her in the breast Loppy she took her ow n life Six men Burled Under Ruins. LOUISVILIF, Is0% house of tho Pleasure distillery situated on the Chesapeake and Ohio rail- roHd about eight miles from col- lupsetl yesterday Six men fltie buried in the ruins One of them was crushed in the head and chest c innot lue The otbeis escaped -nun slight bruises Acquitted of Manslaughter NEW YOKK Iso-v 25 McCann, on Sept 29 stabbed and killed Ihomas, Smith, was jestcrdaj icqultted uereu in trip CJ of the chmgo of niftiielaughtei for the senatnes, hei i deed McCann proved that the st ibblng was done in self-defense "WiiOM the goda love die i oung says Byron, but why die when jou can cure the cold or cough, which neglected means death, with Dr Bulls Cough Syrup, the old rehablel A sensible woman will nol fail to keep a bottle of Silvatton Oil on hand for men's cute and bruises. A Consiimptho Successfully Tieatml by u Kansas City ihjshltn Mo Di Baum of this city last llmisc] iy icceivcd from Beilm some of Di Koeli s life giving vitus and vesieid iv inoculated S A Austin of Knnsis ilj Kin a man in au acUanced stime of consumption who bud given up nil IK pp c life Ihe case is being watched with a groat deal of interest by the medic il fi i ernitv I ere Dr B uira mite the flrst injection of tho lymph under the shoulder I lade of Mr Austin I ho amount was a 1'Uf cltichui The effect weie altnmt immid ite I ho elrcul ition was bcttei and in i tew mm utcs the cough deeit ised ancl die toiationof tne pati nt was iuu h e isier Latei in the clay JJi B mm found Mi A.Ubtm inuc h in j roved In he i] h and ad ministered a icithpi hnll ilnebm Ihe fciime 1 itTecls weie nnlupcl and cneu latiou w isinc i asidaiul easier a id the continued dimmish ing Baum h id not s en the patient up to a lale lioiu jesteul 13 iflcrnoon but helms been lepoi eel is THE MANCHESTER MARTYRS Twenty thlid Am saij pf lliclr til "New A ol It Niw Vov Tlie twcntj thud anniversnj ot tho hanging of tho lush marUis Allei I nkin ud OBnen at Manelipster Ing was obsmtd Ij the lush N itionalists at the C ex pet Union lust Ihe hall wa- oiwdccl Con c.ies'-nnin elect lolm li PC Hows pusi lid tin uldiessof the wasmide bv lion lohn K iineitj of luc go who sp tan heland would be tine of the brightesi stais m the Ameiiean flaj Mi I niitjsaid Hussi i vv.is a factoi to be in tlie sti uggle Albeit Smith Convicted of loigerj. 'ioi v Vlbeit tho foigei tlnough whose iccent fi uululetit pr ict ices the dim of Mills Hobcson biinth biol ets lunel w is placed ontnil lit 1 n a clock jeslei i iv aftei neon and it 2 o click ihe icndcieda veitliet of as in tin in dictment It vv is piolj ibly the briefest trial ever held hire ihe presentment of the ease bj Assistant Disuiet Attoiney Coiitiuiy Exccutlra Action Takon tLe Conclomned Men be Navj u tment 1'er- plexed Oiui tlie Awircling n[ uCiintrnct for a. Di y Ilf( S iveis How aided WASIIINGION Nov In the Scotus supreme emit of tie Cnitel ites jes teiday lusti u Gra} annoincid tie de cision of tlie co irt in rlu c ise ot the N ivibsi who me u idei sentence of Icuh in l.ilf moil for niuider eimmit te 1 on i he Isl i 1 of N n isia in tl e Car iibemsa in ishfl wlieie ihtywere em plijcdbj a 1 ik m ie cc mpiuy in work ing guano bids J he i ise iv s brought to tin siipmie diirt n m nppe il I be q lestioi uised invohn L thd j nisdietion of the t ntil -i the island Ihe couit decide tint the Lniiel it s h is jmiidiLti in i vi i the island ifflimmc, the clecimon of Un lower cc nit Lnlerthis decision tno n en iiiulei benteiue w ill be executed unless contnij executive action is tiki n llienivjelpi n m nt is i the iwunlot tlie e ntt ictfe i the (onstructing of die el dock t n the st ition at Port Hov ll S foi uhich 1 ids were icceivid leeentlv si I id ipeeived (--10) 000) is die only bid neinid from inye no who his hid m the building of eli y doi ks I his is die bid it I lie s vvhe eeiist ucHil Ihe N M folk and Jliool hn dr dxks, and who own agieit main v ilu bio amis foi devices usi d en di> d (ks 1 b imut of of the d HIV ISMDO o I hen pen of the boaid if civil engineeis 01 tho bids is now being CMimuid bs in in the bineau of uds an 1 doe k Bi uiic luis tiansmittecl to fe cutarj mdom a coinnumic ition fiom Mimstei Deibv at Peking Chin l, m which the 1 Hei s us dial a pice la n ition bus been issued bi the Iieiitsm and Holder J and the u t mis Taila at Iitiilsin that niton d ill us and pads of il llais made I v the onlei ot thp lute Cli uu II "ting ue a ten elei in 11113 put it hit i Ihe m'w coins have imp, 11 il s in H n All me chants and itheis hm Ui oul m] to Iliese c >ms it i IK i st md it 1 line J he ministi i s js HUH tun sr-ucelj be any doubt tl at tin ricci I indo 1 ici ion of this nld it li Miuiillv reecned and not tiimeiee1 with uulil thedollais bieonc c hepped 1 illais vv ill wcnk a financial u solution m 1 lnu j it i that it mleliDt It too inucli to nntiei p te si ic lilt d e i s bl nu ,11, of n i IDII il bml s ml d at it in ij become the j b isl-, of a i e ui re ni In lepo 1 file mse tst[ He th u lOOOIUw II IP nccessaivfo! tin e ictiin I new t houses an 1 new lights loi HIM MI an I ih it t-i 00000 will I icqi led iei lie cf ptisonsm tli s nice UUL me now in oper ition bHli0hthous 11 ice new light lit i i lei eqiiipniinl in 1 designs I n l mi odi i, h ne le n cmiplercd 1 ive Hi ins lid mi LS shun on twtiitvlive uvei, u 1 1 bv 1 (00 just lights it an iv i n ot ptr Ne" "i 1" n I diat an ippiopila tiou of vioiooj foi ltpftirs of SIX BUILDINGS BURNED Much laluable Property Deitioyed the Milage of Akron N Y AKHUN Y, Nov 25-ihis viiw was jesterday visited by a large flre Si stores ou Mum street were burned resul ing in a total loss of property tmoimtin to about 'Ihe insurance Is eat mated at The flre staited m A P Robinson, groceij sroie and as the wind was blow ing rather strongly m asoutheily direc tiou it soon spread Foui othoi store were quickly licked up by the to pieveiit them fiom spicading far ther the building occupied by John Haiit' ley s shoe shop was torn down makmg total of six buildings destioyed aie de mohtion of the sixth building was suc- cessful in its puipose Ihe tire spread n furl hei Ihe causo of the (lie is uii kuejvv n 111 1 uil lings weie all situated In th Mrj heirtof the village They were al two stoiv fi ime buildings and they m elude 1 a ej nccry stole, shoe shop tailor ing esl ibh hniem bakoiy ding store 1 ostolli e t lephonc exchange barbc shop be si les sev ei tl dwelling ipartment and ofhies AN UNWILLING CONVERT Inllaiis a W hit.. Man to Ac knowledge the IUINM.UOIIS Nov y> A fetacding Koik.igenc> ND special to'I he Tribune si3sO K agencj sadellpr while out riding w u h his family visited the Indian camp four miles fiom lucnry and stopped to bee the Indiam pel form thpn iclifcions ceremolis Hebe gmti icbuko Sitting Bull and others Diving theie was nothing in the Indian leli jn and thes ought not to follow It iliehidiuis who wereneail} ill naked andpuniel hideously, galhcied aiounc and became voiy mad '1 hoy se ued Stow ait nearly to death with then threats One of tlie Indians pointing toward the bl sun anel shaking Stewaitwith the other hand, s id 'See, iee, theie he i pond Sainndc like jesiouliv morning Uie joungest, aged 10 veus went 01 the pond to skate oust the wi his of Ins brothei Siimms sit it the window and saw I lehe breik tliionji the ice Rusbin_r to 1 is lescuc li ipicled over to hold of him but thiieegive vvay aud both weie eln wned Catholics Ulll tppe il to 1 nglaiicl AVis-MPFO Man Nov 2> 1 ie most important judgment ever given m Mam tobavvas delivered bj Ju Ige Killamjes terelay against the eelebuited Hjipeal of the Roman Catholics ftom nn act passed by tlie last ituie separate schools Tho will be apiealed to England, as the Lath lies will not be satisfied until a decision is obtained there IHslIlloij Unmeet Kv Nov 'Witheis Dade Co s distilleiv buine vesteilav moinmg L'ho buiUlmg mielnii i> bushels of corn tlurtj barrels cf notdiawnoif and two eliijs mishvvere destroied but t ic bon ku w iiv-lhe use saved Loss paitiallj insured The Ii ilian Seme bubslillng PlLrri. S D Nov Indian scare i-, subsieluig Indiau it N >r- ville who has, jiist letuined liom die B id river countij si s the Indi uis t icie are abandonu g their dances aid [lomise not, to participaie in them mi Afciccel lo irliniiient LONDIIN Nov J-i -Hie Cential Newa learns tli it t ei hi v i liet 1 ad been ren dered in thp MH i pHrn u c lst the Con a ct u e enc ton club and i oai uuonslv parliament bhoilii U di soh a the Carl thdt i Hi it eon nits Icnbid the use ol j in itt lights on H ci in l 01 i m slant 1 1 sjstem 1 luhlii a i md ict in sluics li is the icpirtsns aim I lovolutio bltain bo it n iv ti n in ik it ne nl j as 'site to mn bj m0l t as n is 1 j l j Ihfsiciitnj Itliti isuiy hasbcntto iwiLiiee G- 1 iwsin I 1 1 pu of (lip 1 vaiiston 111 hf summation and six (tl ei membei of the I v u s on lire sav ng crew the 1 lifesmn tie pio UK 1S71 fot it the vvicck of Km >kpil Tithei Ignatlm' lifeline Hosicv Nov 2, -Bishop Claike has issued thp following revocation of the license in I iither Ignatius the Anglican monk PHOVIDFNCF Jvov 1891 I hiribv itvokc tl u license giv n tha Rev J linnet) ollie uite m the churcl us ol ih il ncsi of Huodc Iblund m isimu h iw th licen e vv isfciven inlci misui i ici cnsim "111 M iti i In the Chinch ot r upland and ll i ntilllt, nl uneleibtaiielint, of his lii 111 e> mid el etrin s I in VIAS M Oi vnK 1 i hop of the Diocese n honor aw aided to them un lei isions of tie law ot heio eilee Is in iluniet on 1 kc Michi" in tl e sit imti C N n .S IbSJ Ihe I tiew rescued ei, iteen persmsfiom i most peiilous situ ition face of ipp ill nj obstacles an 1 to tl e ex tume pinlof then lues and this lemaik aoiiwrik these-ie nvsivs m his lettti to Mi Livv on hisstl It, ulieen PI tilled iu the ami ils of life sav nv openttons ihcbciet ivotbtittls infoimed that under nisi, net ions fi.m thepoite the vail of Dimeseiis has issu d ort'eis for the icopenine, of the niissi inarj schools at Mcuttl bebems Am Kunjib Barnas and Hamath ihes srho ils hive been closed dining the 1 1st six join A per imt h s also Itcn to repair the bnilding ot the Ameiie m mission ines it Me st 1 1 belie us ihe n pott of Col Hibb of the United fotatcs maime ccips iee >mmends that the numliei of jnivates hi meteusedb} )UO and beeond lieuten ints b} eight as the new vessels will recmie more m irmes than there uie in the seivice Socretny Bliune has tumsmittel to Secietarj M mdom a disp tcli fiom Mm itlei mfoi him th it the gov sinmtnt of Un ittinil i In dcciec of Oct la hiaplieod jn txpoit tix on s Ivci vu fl jier pound A geneial court mat tial has beer ap I oin ed to meet it th unlit iry prison loil Linvcuvvoitl Km on Nov for Hit- i al ot s icb ,fis n is s in ij le I l u closed ensj At 1 per cent yesterdaj tlie highest late Has 5 per cent and the lowest pei i cnt r vcl c losed ste Idv j stidliles 9-ltry, a. t ml i lies 80 loi Oil d iy bills nd foi demand Covtiiimcnt bon Is elosetl steady cuirenoy 6b IU bid js coupon, bn do, 1 in bid Paollic i ilhoad bonds closet as follows binon tli-sts 1 r, In l do tinking tunda, I 08 bid tei tials I 13K bid New Voik 1'iodni.a rxelini ge Nov S> FI OUR Closed steady yesteiday Fine spru 7xSJ-J do wintei S- 40 nil crtl IB 'I'luit, do wlntsi S 70 eitln No 4 8IH111K SJWS400 do v nlei S-iTGlO cxn i No 1 uts, do winter S< I'yg'i II) city mill extiab loi ladles Southcin flour tloseil mm tiade and family extias, 83 "W Options weie strong on firmer cables Tho eiowds were very cautious how- and dealt sparingly Spot lots closed (inn S[ ot sales of Iso icd winter Jl 0) Nil I do SWjfJlc No led winter Nov SI SI do J m CWX llo fib, SI HI 0 it o s wpio falily active closing fl ui and 1 sJ er Spot lots closed dim Spot s. _ x mixed No i, mixud Noi do Dee do Jan 6IKc OA 1 S tions weie moderately active 1 1 si h r Sp t lots close t stcudj M t sales of Iso 1 white )4t No do W N 1 mixed il( uo Ni nnvel Dec do Jan 5 e 1 Dull mess, OOtmiKI LAUll-Iiipjalnr, (losing about steadj Su il Dee bl! Jlcib -5 Jan {tl 5.1 fL I 1 I 'Heads ei tcin cicamoij t ched i HLI Dull fietoiy (ui r a He weoteinllit BOGSi stoalj fresh eastern ftists Lauulian Mists .va-lo western lo 1 Mils Cliecse Mirkflt 1 mil 1 in? N Y Mov 25 C HEFSE-Market ex eedini.lv d ill and tuiekss The ti insa tioa has bLcome natioual Occasion- ally Thnnksgivinc; dnjs were appointed >y the Dutch govcrnois ol New Nctiici and m 1641, and 1COI and by .he English Governor of New York in 1775 and 1780 Dining the elajs of the- avolution Thanksgiving w'.s an annual celebia ton leoimiunded by COIIL.ICSB After he geneial f ,r pcicein .771 there was no n ition il ippointment intil 1780 when Picbiclent iiUnm-lon, icquCHt of ceiiigiess l eeeiminendiel a IbniiUt-givingehv foi the ad ip-i ,n of he cms! tution Washingtein issued a Thanl s- .ivingpioeUiuiition account the Etippiessioi of msuiiietion The pi 1301 boon of Ihe Piotcbta t piscopal rhiueh ratiued in 1789, n-c ommends as a day of th inksgivmg the (list Tlitiieclay m Novembei, unless the il authorities appoint another Thtie were occasional ucouinicndiiliotis bj cligious bodies Budyanous loc il CUB- oms pievailed in diffcicnt porlioiib of he country Until tin VUii 1817 the ay was not icgulaily recoiiimendcd by he governor of New Yoi k The southern states adopted it much atei Iu 1855 Goveinoi Johnson of Virginia, recommended a da) ofThauks iving but in 1847 Govsruoi Wise be- ng leeiuested lo do declined (.cause to intetfeic in eligious mattei In 1858 proclamations of Thanksgiv ng weie issued by the goveruois of ight of the soutbern states, Piesidenl incoln issued dnimg civil wai retonmiencling siiecial lankbgivmc; foi victoiy m 1862 and i 3 and a national proclamation of ie inmial Thanksgiving clay m 1863 11111804 Since that time an annual loclnma ion has been issued by the resident as well ab by tl e goveruois of he states and inayois of the piinnpnl ities Custom has flvcd the time for ae list Ihuibday in Novembei Kllloel tlie Cunt As trim 108 ou the B W, which eft Jamestown buildup morniug at 7 30 'clock was slowing up lot the Kenue- y station, an old mini Hepped m fiont f the engine us if to cross the tiack The pilot Mi tick him, bi taking bib eg and his head came back gainst the engine with such force that -liking against the head of a bolt, hi? iull was crushed It was found that he mans name was James Little lie as about 05 yeaia of age and had no imily Lie was caiefully attended but led about 4 o'clock that afternoon An unknown man was run over and nstantly killed near Hamburg early londay morning by a freight tiam on he Nickel Plite The body was taken o Bay View, and Coioner was notified e had the body taken to the city heie was a card on the man a body avmgthe mscuption Charles Keiser, 20 Viiginui btieet Buffal The elalives of Mr Kaibti who was a con actor, called at the morgue Ust uieht id identified the remains One farofui i omul trip On account of tlie iickel Plate R R will sell Novembei and 37 tickets lo all points including uffilo aud Chicago at one fare for ound trip Retuin portion ot ticket ood including Novembei 1 Utica Cheese Markoe LTICA N 1 Nov 25. Tho cheese market ycstoielav was dull and totallj devoid of spirit Otieiliigs vvere Thcie was a slight decline in praes tions as follows ilftoen lots 1 276 boies, 6 Iors j boxes lots, iX) boxoa. 5 ION 47J boxes SJjc J lots JOO boxes, 11 lots 1 Ho boxes, ou commission Total, 46 lots, boxes ru puce b'4C price fa ime date one >eai Dgo, In the 'XVlde TVorld So Oooil 1 was afflicted with Kidney disease r Kennedy s Favorite Remedy, of ondout, N Y say it with a perfect of all that was done for me llie only thing that gave me permanent relief I have recommended it to many people for Kidney disease .and they all agree that it has not its eg ual for this Craw- fotd, Druggist, Springfield Mass To-Day'K Markets. lte< civetl over O Wheat Open Dccembei Oft Turner a Stock Wiro. May Coin May Oats May Fork ran] Oil 1 02 High 10, 46'., 1220 CO', low 101' 1200 OS', Closed MX 101'J rs That's what everybody tells us here. If we Laven't said anything about it befoie We've Got Foi tin- Holidays. There is everything here that you could wish to rpnkf Appiopiiate fiesents to lady, gentleman 01 child. Pick out youi pieseiits early aud have them laid ,iy make a notice of this every Christmas season that you may know we still heed to the custom of storing goods for Chiistmuu delivery. They'll be safe with us. We au tiustwoithy, so don't hesitate about coming early and give us .a chance to sei ve you when everybody won't be in biuhahuuy This is the first place everybody comes to look for piesents, and we don't disappoint. Well tell you moi e iu a tew days Ahva} 8 look through our ad. You'll find inleiesting news. No Ammonia In Cleveland's Superior Baking We have the largest asaort- ent of Patent Leather Shoes n plain andhgbt-coloied tops, land and machine sewed. We any a complete line of NET- .TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If rou want a nice-fitting and tylish shoe, tiy a pair of this nake. You will like them. Oui GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, n bioad, medium or nariow toe, is the best shoe for the noney that has ever been of- !ered to any trade. Come and examine them '01 yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMEN1 WI A llriit class Gen oral Manager M lor thm oily and vicinity tointrodtice OliitHe IMan of A pionubly einplojcd si A few iefi in towns and cities II Johnson Co Main st, Richmond, Va IDLE MONEY nvestt d so as to yield ten per ent. per annum. Capital can je withdrawn at any time, 'end for piospectus. Mew York Stock C WAXI. STREET, NEW YOKK ODTEICK II SMITfl Mapager Dry Goods and Carpets. AMERICAN 1ILOCK 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO. X. Y. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some are born fatluonable, tomt achieve fashion, and tunefatMon thruiit upon guatA Charlet Lamb, when hit tailor brought Mm a new coat with a velvet tollar and told him "every- body wears celvtt aollart now." It IB right to be in fashion If you can. It is almost as easy as to bo out of fashion, unless you are indifferent like our friend 'b, who, as a genius, could afford to )C SO From us you cau learn auout tbe newest fashions in dry goods. In all hat pertains to ladies' wear, such cs diess goods, cloaks, etc In ;lovcs, hoaiery, underwear, neckwear, tc nnd In carpets, draperies and in- enor house decorations The newest Fall and Winter styles re ready in all departments A won- lerful lot of attractions And bargains OB very hand If you want a dress, here are fashion fabrics from the world's centres of asliion, oboicc goods and bargains in- uincruble If you want a cloak, if you want a arpct, if you want dry goodn of any md, or a book (we musn't foqyjt come to us and see the fashions you can t come, write, and learn hat IH fashionable in wearing apparel, n house furnishings and in literature. Don t wait to have fashion thrust upon you You can achieve fashion by nuling here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about any- thing m ourlineof business Samples are sent freely, queries answered in- stantly Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with UB through the mails a great success ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, vnr GOODS AND CARPETS, AMERICAN BLOCK 396402-MAM Wli BPFFALO, X T. ;.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, J04 MAIM ST.. DBAI.KH TN diamonds, Watches and Jewehy, Clocks Silverware, Leather Gexxla. cu-, BNGBA VINO, OOLU f 81L yea PL A Tit: A COMPLETE LIME OF 304 MAIN STRISET. BUFFALO, N. Y. CHAMBERS FRASER, TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. BTg. BUFFALO, N. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures SPAPLRl SPAPLRl

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