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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1890. NO. 94. B UEPltESENTATIVE CJSINESS HOQSES OF DUNK.IRK. NEW KUI.1NO MACillNK Jor ruling rV ail kinds ot blanks is the luttwtnudition to he Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Printing Company. gB. GIFKOKD, 223 and 225 Central Ave. Artistic Photographer Instantaneous >tograpns of Babies a specialty. aeecl not wait for sunshine except for BOOK lILNDF.BY-jAMKs InvlNO. 1'r.i- prietor, No. 16 E. Second street, near Buf- falo street, Dunkirk. N. Y. Magazinca, Mu- lic, Pamphlets, etc., bound in all order1 promptly attonJed to. All work puaranteod. IJUKCHKK'S CKOCKKKY HOUSE, D Central vvenuc Wholesale and retail dealer in ported and >omestic China. Glassware, Ac, HOTEL, Itales, {1 pcrilay. liiTery and Hoarding Stable ib connection. Victor Ilider, anil 337 I.ion .reel. 1ITT BAKB1CK SHOP O Chas. Nagle, I'rop., uiiiler Lake Shore National Bunk, Center anil Third streets. line stork o'. and Domestic vigors. tUNKIKK EVENING OU3BKVKR. Largest Daily In the County. An noequalled advertising medium. I .UNKIKK KNOINEEItINO COMPANY. i Formerly Sellew Popple. Manufacturers of Engines, Iloilorn, Pulleys, Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgmga, and Machine Work to order. lUMIUltK HHIKT CO., 208, 205 and '2u7 I Center street, Manufacturers of the ami "Dunkirk" perfect titling OreBS Sliirla. On sale iu all leading furiuatimg and dry goods houses in Dunkirk, Dr. TOOMET, and LIUII street, in -alt. Baled Hay, Phos Eelnliliatied. 1877. lilE and Saloon, Uninii ri Depot. Easy access to all trains and houses. Best accommodations lor Com- aerciftl Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. If ULKKS CO., fj 97 and 19 K Third atrBeu Kine Furniture, Wnre ami Uji- 1'icturc Krainca made to order. MATTESON CO.. Mil Central Are., s ol Kushion and Gentlemen AKK1.I, STEAM HKATINU CO., anutucturera ol Steam Appji Sanitary I'liiiubiiitt a Specially. H LAUNDRY. ;jtn apt'cutlt-ica: Fine Whirls, Kte; 1'ollurn. lot ami Free Deliv A W. Cuuuntntftt, Ml Center ilreiu i J It. OEUM. L. Ttunl ft., cor. of liufTalo Jac-urer HIM! dcaiL-rin Fine BofHsA dhooa II KNKV WEILEK'S NKW STOKK, J03 L. O. Thin I st. Books. Stationery, Musiuul In- aud weekly Fnnurd, iiMl everything pertaining to iiilrst class book tore schoot liooks a specialty. IO15 1'ltINTING of every desr.viiitiori and lit limcuL living rates bj Dunkirk Printing Com pun 8 anil 10 E, Second tt. VAN UCKKN A SON, Fire l.i 41 Actuuent. ami Geneva! srs 111 Keal Estate and Lolvna. 1'anicular attention naiil to the c ire ol properly collect- ng reuts Ac. 2ly Center St., ind lloor. P AM ELL DEFIANT struggle agaln.t th. prinoiplB ot J JVilj.1 UAllj 1 AiX J tho HE WILL NOT VOLUNTARILY RESIGN THE LEADERSHIP. ONKOE'S PUAKMAOY. 300 Central Avenue -loadquarlors lor Wall Paper Pa.nt OiH, J >KKK.IN8, J. W.. 1 209 Center street, Manufacturer anddsalcrm Harness. Sadillus, ariJles. Collars, Buffalo Kobcb, Horse Covers Glovea Mittens anil BCHOLTK.S, 17 Kasl Third street Fashionable Tailor, Gentlemen will Hud it to their advantage to call on me betora pnrnluutmg elsewhere. i> U. OAKY A CO., :ax Lion street. General Hardware.While Lead.Oils.fainuir's Supplies. Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special ty of Sherwii. W illiams Pa: u t and Jlonroe ra age 1> ULINU, such as blank-books, ledgers, and X all kinds01 blanks dous at Dunkirk 1'rinUug Compnny. S ami 10 E. Second st HCOOL.FH nOLJJENUACER, Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., Dealer in Granite, Marble, flagging Building Stone. Call on me i.ctore lm roar side-walk. H ISI.EV ft CO., 7 and 9 East Front itreeL Whisky, Wines, Brandies, ra! Liquor Store lor Family Ooe. O OBEKT JtoKAY, ri, street, near the depot. Bo.irdmg, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable sUTilmg by the day or week on reasonable terms. ____________ 0AM J. OKFORD, 301 Central Ave. (Up O General Insurance anil Real Estau Atcnt. Fire, Lile, Accident, and Live Insurance. Proinp' attention civsn to huyinp imt selling Ke.al Estate. C. JONK8, I 75 K. Third St., cor. Deer. Kxcelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anu sniokeil Meats, Lard, Sausages, and Poultry. W W ATCHKS, JKWEI.KV. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. ll-juairiug a specialty. Frank Stapf. 83 F. Third st M. MOCKEK, Merchant Tailor, S16 Central Avenue TAKE NOTICE. TH T VASnHRMKlTLlSX has, in hisgreei nuuses tor. Eagle and 7th street, a flue lot o decnrated plants and cut flowers. All kind o mat and ornamental trees, shrubs, roses, So I sell 2i per cent- clieaver for nrst-class than you can buy them elsewhere. ELYS CATARRH Cream Balm the Nasal Pa Allay Pain luflammauou, Jl.als the Restores the of Tarte and Sn TRY THE A particle Is applied into each nostril ana la agreeable. Price 50 cents at liniggjsts; by ma Street. New York. Wlr. Pnll.r. of tlie Ub.rnl Party, Hi Clalmi, H.ITU the penduiit. or tht, Furliamentar? fnirty ta tli. Irlih Fcople to Support Him In HlH Policy. Mr. Hevtbluxly LONDOK, Nov. ParnBllhftshiiued the followinK manifesto: To the Irinh People: The Integrity and independence of a flec- tion of the Irinh piirliiimentary party havlnx apparently been sapped and de- stroyed bv the wire pullora of the Liberal party, it hus 1> come necKssary for me, as leader nt Irish party, to take counsel with you; nnd having given you the knowledge which in my possession, to dak your upon a matter which It now devolves xulely upon you to decide. The letter of Mr. Gladstone to Mr. Morley, written for the purpose of influencing decision of the [Huh puny iu tlie choice of their lewder, and claiming for the Liberal! and their leaders the right of veto upon their choice, in thu immediate cause of this nddrei.H; to remind you and your par- Mamen'ary representatives that Ireland oonsidiTH tlie independence of her party as her onir Mifeguard witliin the constitu- tion, and above and beyond all other con- siderations whatever, the. threat in that letter repnnU-d HO insolently on many pUtformaand in numerous British that unless Ireland this rigiit of veto to England ulie will In- deflnitelv poBlpone her of obtain- ing home mle, compels me. while not for a moment admitting the slightest proba- bility of siuh loss, to put before you in- formuttiin lilch until now, no far as my collfagues are concerned, has been solely in my pOHfleH.sion, and which will enable you to understand the measure of the losa with tthich you are threatened iinlrtw you convent to throw mo tothr Knvllsh wolves now howling for my dent: notion In No- vember of hint year, In to a re- peated and reijuesl, I violled Mr, Gladstone nt Hawurden, nnd received the rletaiU of inteiiiled propounls of ill in Kelt and his collnagueK of the late Libernl cab- inet with regard to home rule, in the vent of the next general election favor- ing tlie onrt.y. It is for me at present to do more than direct your attention to certain points of these details which will be generally recognized as embracing the vital for your information and for t'ii- formation of your judgment. These vital points of difficulty may Im Hnltably a'rnuig--i'l uonsiderod under Oie following lie.iils: First ['he retention ol IrlHhr merubers ID the impeVijil [uiriiniocnt. Thi'A-ltliMii-.Mit of the hind or aumrimi in Ireland. Thinl-The control of the Irish con- Kourtli--.The.tipyolntiiienl of tliejudloi- ary. inoiuding judges of the supreme court, ruiinij (otiri and nnidunt nil es, tlie -.uhjcot of thu fcten I ion of the Irish members .in purliuim'nt, Mr ctlad- stom; me that the opinion, and the imuiiiiuons opinion, of his colleuxut-s ond himsflf. u-eently in rived at after n moat innturu non-i-K-ratiou of .tlternnrUe pro- posals, tluit in order io conciliate Eu- npimo.i, it. would bu nt'redhary to re- diici- thu Irish representation troiu 108 to BS. fjpon the of the Hettleineiit of the land problem, it was JieM mat thw wasoneoi' tin- questions whii-h mtiHt be i'-_anled o.s cjuea'ioiis renervod TtMm tbo i-oiiti.d cil the Irlsli Icgibliiturc, at the sr.me tune Mr. (iladstt'iie int imuted that his at t nipt to set- tle the mailer imperial legislation ou the Hi IK ol the i.uid purcliiise bill of 1880, would uot undertake to put any pres- sure upon ou n .side, or insibt upon their adopting hiy views. In other and borter wor.U, that the Irish legislature as uot tn be given tlia jiower uf solving 'gnuian difficulty, eind that the im- l pnrliiiiiieiit would not. With re- ird to the control of the iriah couatabu- ry. it stated by Mr. Gladstone tlmt it of regard to tlie necessity of conciliat- Enxli-sh opinion, be and his leagueK felt that it would be necessary leave fhis force to the appointment of s officers under the control of imperial uthorlty for an indefinite period, while le funds for its maintenance, payment ml eiitiipnient would be couiptilsovily rovidfd out of tlie Iri-h revenue. The period of or twelve yeura was tgijested as the limit of time during hich the appointment of Judges, resl- i-nt magistrales, etc., should be retalued i the hands of the imperial authority, have now a shori account of what gathered of Mr. Gladstone's views and io-e of colleagues during a two OUVH' conversation at Havnirdeu. i'ith regard to the retention of the Irish leml'ers, the position 1 have always Jopted and then represented, is that vith ihe concession of full powers to the ish legislature equivalent to those en- >yei! bj a state of the American Union, if number and position of members so i'uined would become a question of hn- cri .1 ci'iicorn and not of pressing or im- ite linportancp lor the interests of reiand. Bnt that with the important ;md all en- od-inK subjects of agrarian reform, con- control and judiciary to left either under imperial control oially unprovided for, it would be the eight of madness for nuy Irish lender to nitate the example of the general who onstfiitb'l to disband au army which had leared the way to victory. I strongly issented from the proposed redaction of during the interval of probation, nd I pointed to the absence uf any suit- ble prospect of land setilemont by either arliament as constituting an overwhelm- ng drag upon the proipecu of permanent eaoe and prosperity In Ireland. I need not say that the itnlly important the reten- ion of the Irish niemberson tho one hand and the indefinite delay of full poweis'to iu Irish legislature on tlie otlier. jrnve Die ;reat concern. The absence of any pro- vision for tlie settlement of the agrarian [uusiton, ot any policy on tbe part of the iberal lenders, flllad me with concern and apprehension. Upon the introduction of the Innd pur- bill by the government, at the com- :nence iieut of tho lust session, Mr. Mor- ,ey communicated with tne as to the course be adopted, lmvi-.ii; regard to theavoneft absence of any policy on lart of the Liberal leaders an'rl party. With regard to the matter of land, strongly advised Mr. Morley against any direct ciinllsugs principle of state- aided land purchase, and finding that the fears anil aiarm of the English taxpayers :o state-aid by hypothecation of graat [or local purposes in Ireland as a counter guarantee had been assuaged; that i ER the measure should not and that we should direct our sole efforts on the second reading of the bill to the assertion of the principle of tho looal con- trol. Iu thin, I am bound to saf, Mr. Morley entirely agreed with me, but he was at the name time much hampered, and ex- pressed his sense of his position In that direction by the attitude ol! the extreme section of his party, led by Mr. Labou- chere, and In a subsequent Interview Impressed me with the uocexslty of meet- Ing the second reading of the bill with a direct negative and naked me to under- take the motion. I agreed to this, but only on the condition that I was uot to attack the principle of the measure, but confine myself to criticism of its details. I think this was false strategy, but It was strategy adopted out of regard for English prejudices and radical peculiarities. I did the best possible uudnr the circumstances, and thu several days' debate on the second reading contrasts favorably with Mr. Labouohert-'s attempt to interposea direct negative to the reading of a s'milar bill Thursday. As the time went on the government allowed their attention to be distracted from the question of land purchase by a bill compensating English publicans and the agrarian difficulty in Ireland -wan again relegated to the future of another (tension. Just before the commencement of this Bunion 1 was again favored with another interview with Morley. I impressed upon him the policy of an oblique method of procedure with refer- ence to land purchase, and the necessity and importance of providing for the ques- tion of looal control and of limitation in the application of the funds. He agreed with me and I offered to more on the first, reading of the bill an amendment In favor of this local control, advising that if this were rejected it might be left to the Radicals oil the second reading to op- pose the principal of the measure. This appeared to lie a proper course, and I left Mr. Morley uuder the Impression that would fall to my duty, but in addi- tion he mude me a remarkable proposal. Referring to the probable approaching victory of the Liberal party tit the polls, he suggested some considerations as to the future of I he party. He asked me whether J would be willing to assume the office of chief secretary for Ireland, or allow another member of my party to talte tlie position. He also put before me the desirability of filling one of the law WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. LEGITIMATE TRADE RETARDED BY A STRINGENT MONEY MARKET. offices of the crown in member of my party. Ireland by a legal I told him, amazed as I were at the proposal, that I could not agroe to' forfeit in anyway the indepen- dence of the party or any of its members; ih M ihe Irish people hud Trusted in this movement becau.se they believed the det'l.iration I had made to them at Cork in IsHO waa a true one aud represented my conviction, and that 1 would on uo ac- count depart from It 1 consid eretl that after the declaration wo hail repeatedly made, the proposal of Mr Morley that we slvrnM allow our- niilvcs to be absorbed iu lirigl ihh politics WHS one upon uo entire miscon- ception of our agreement iu regard to our Irish constituencies and of tlie pledges we h'lil given. Iu conclusion he directed my Mtlciition Io plan of campaign. He said it would be impossible tor the Lib- eral party, when It attained power, to do anything for these evicted tenants by di- rect, action; that it would also be impos- sible for the Irirflj piirliatueut, under the conferred, to do anything for tin-in. And flinging up his hands with a gesture of despair, he oxelaimed: "Having been at Tipperary, I do not know what to propose in regunl to the matter'' I told him this question wim a limited iiie: thi't. I did not "ee that he need nllow liimsc-lf io bo hampered by its fiituro con- sideration; that funds would be available from America and elsewhere for the sup- port of those tenants so long as might be necessary: that of course 1 understood it as a difficulty, but that it was a limited :ie :ind should nut be allowed to interfere ith tlie interests of the country. I lluded to ihU matter only because within ic last few days a strong argument In miiuls for iny expulsion bus been Hit unless ihe Liberals COIUP into power t tiie next general election the plan of auipaigu tenants will suffer. As I have the Liberals propose o do nothing for the plan of campaign ma-its by direct action when they come nto power, but I am entitled to ask that tie existence of these tenants, whom I iave supported In every way in the past, ,nd whom 1 nhall continue to support in he future, shall not constitute a reason or my expulsion from Irish politics. I ave repent.'dly pledged myself to stand >y these evicted tenants and that they hall not be, allowed to suffer, and I be- ieve the Irish people throughout tbe .orld will support me in this policy. Sixteen years ago I conceived the idea f au Irish parliamentary party, inde- lendent of all English parties. Ten years go I was elected leader of the Indepeud- nt Irish parliamentary party, and during hese ton years the party has remained udependent, and because of this inde- lendence it lias forced upon the Knglish tho necessity of granting home rale o Ireland. 1 believe that party will ob- aiu home rule only provided it remains udependent of any Knglish party. I do lot believe that any action of the Irish >eople in supporting me will en- langer the home rule cause or postpone he establishment of an Irish parliament, but eveu if the danger with which we are hreatened by the Liberal party of to-day vere tp be realized, I believe that the Irish >eople throughout the world would agree vlth me that the postponement would )referable to B compromise of our national by the acceptance of a measure which would not realize the aspirations of our race. I have the honor to remain, your faithful servant, CHAKI.ES S. PARNELL. Union: There is no better location for a canning factory i Western New York than right here i Yorkshire Center, and our people woul be disposed to do the fair thing wit! a party that would come here with view of establishing such an industry. Great Difficulty in Obtain- ing; Commercial Denplte the TlurlitnwMi of VolUM0 ot Discourag- ing from the A Mui keil In aiitrkeU. NEW YOKE, Nov. R. G, Dim Co.'s weekly review of trade says: "The past broken week has not improved the business outlook. The difficulty of obtaining commercial loans Increases, not here only but at most other points. The ban kit and other from the largest to the smallcut, appear to have been in- duced by recent events to strengthen themselves. At mont of the interior mar- kett money grows more stringent, and the begins to affect trade at im- ortant centres, though the volume of portant business ports extreme firmness nod high rates, 8 per cent, eveu between banks. Trade la affected and most branches quiet. "Wool la dull, sales being only Ibs., and large Jots move only in concessions. Cleve- land notes an p.ctlve demand for money and a tight market. At Detroit the de- mand is strong at 7 per cent., colder weather helping trade there and at Mil- waukee, where money is very active, man- ufacturers asking largely at T per cent. "The market at St. Paul is easier and the feeling better, but bank failures in Duluth cause some uneasiness. Cincin- nati reports a close market. At Kansas City the supply of money IB close. Money is quiet at Pittiburg at 0 to 7 per cent. Bessemer steel Is 50 cents lower and de- mands for finished iron smaller. South- ern reports are less encouraging. Monuy is in sharp demand at New Orleans, the movement of sugar being unprecedented; exceedingly tight at Savannah with com- mercial prospects less bright; more timid at Atlanta, though holiday trade opens with good feeling, and 1n Western Florida a short corn crop and embarrassments of Merchants cloud the prospects. But at Baltimore money is easy, manufacturers ictive and retail trade improved, though lobbing trade slackens. "The situation of the great industries Is ess clear. The setback in wool at Boston averages 1 cent per pouud less on delaines and combings, but more on other kiuds, jut the decline ia not near as great as it ins been at the went. Cotton manufac- ure is fairly maintained, lower prices of the raw material helping, and estimates of the new crop averaging about bales. The week has been one of peculiar dullness in the iron trade, and the toue la weaker. The speculative markets have been advancing. Wheat has risen centa, com cunts aud oatH centa, urd IE cents per 100 pounds aud colJue cent, pork bumg unchanged oil 1 cent .ower. Cotton "nas nlso yielded 1-10 in view of crop 'The rise in has not in- creased foreign demand to justify it, but ratni-s Lo have oouuludud Unit monetary difTiciill ies are all over anil they can carry tlic yrain until Europe is forest to buy The cnfil market has been dull and disappointing. In thf stuck imirkct the strung rally of lust week continues, prices having Uvn moved up about per shm'f: thfl.rt-nk. There is alK-miy heard, as a siiin ilu.s to spei ulntimi, U'h talk of the uf a hill fur Free coinage nf nllvur at t.he tiu.lt ndssion, which IK-IICVI- have an en luring iuflu- euce in p rices Tht- hny not been able to any M-ssis-taiict1 tu tlic money ruirktit during the paHt but has put out SOd.fKiO more sliver notes, nearlj bal- ancing net withdraw alb of ntber money from circulatiou, There is nl present no fear at disturbance from abroad, as funds in the Bank of England increase rapidly :u I the rate of sterling exchange is rnarati.med. "Bubiness fullmvs occurring throughout the country during the past seven days number for the L'nitud States 211, and for Canada 38, or a total of 219, ns compared with a total of 274 last woek and 260 the week previous to the last. For the cor- responding week of last year the figures were 249, representing '210 fnilures In the United Stales and 09 In the Dominion of Canada." _ ENDED IN A RIOT. Wlud-Ul> to n Vrlz at Dayton, O. DAYTON, O., Nov. prize flght be- tween Billy Gibbs of Kansas City and Dick Moore of St. Paul yesterday after- noon ended in a riot. The scene of the flght was an oppn field, three from this city. The battle was witnessed by 150 spectators. Bnt two rounds were fouttht, but both were lively. In the first Gibbs fouled Moore twice, but the elaims of Moore's seconds were ignored by the referee in deference to the spectators, many of whom had paid each to wit- ness the fight and wanted to see some slugging. In the second round, after a lively ex- change of blows, Moore landed one that sent Gibbs on his knees. While Gibbs was down Moore struck him again and this proved to be a knook-out blow. Cries of foul rent the air. The crowd broke over the ropes a genival melee ensued in which the spectators took a hand. Moore swung his right  pring. I have been right through the country, no doubt the coal ami lumber 'nterests are valuable, but tbe land is no ;ood for farming except in a few vaN eys which are small in extent. The surroundings at present are very crude, and not desirable ap a place of too many of the rough clase of men who are not settlers, but boom- ers. In fuct it is a backwoods place at present. With regard to Washington, of course the last years it has ad- vanced the probabilities now are for a setback for a time. A friend I met yesterday just came from there, and tells rue the past few weeks, there has been a bis drop in prices, lots of empty houses in Tacoma.aud thousands of men out of employment. Everything basbeen overdone, ami it will be a good place for Eastern men to keep away from for the next few years. G. I. I5, THE WRESTLING MATCH AGAIN, Mr. O'lirad.vNuyiit nil John O'Grady, the wrestler who met Caspar Powers in this city a weak ago last Thursday night, in the match about which HO much has been said on the question of honesty, handed tbe Oiisnit- vicii the following today lu regard to the wrestling match be- tween I'owerc anil myself, I have noth- ing to say whatever. The mutch was only au exhibition. After the match with King, if I wir, will defend the 135 pounds light weight championship against all comers; which was never won from me since 18S5 Mr. O'Grady said that this covered the whole subject, and I hero wus noth- ing further to say Mr. O'Grady lias offered to wrestle against all at Bunny's theater in Buffalo, bat uo one has come against Mr O'Grady returned this morning flora Silver Creek, where he made ar- rangements with George King for a eatch-as-catch-ettii match. The follow, ing articles of agreement were drawn up signed by the parties: Articles of agreement entered into this 281 h day of November 18110. between John O'Grndy and George King, to wrestle tbe best two in three falls, catch-ufl-catch-ciin, three points down, (Iwo shoulders and one hip) full Nelson and strangle hold burred. Said match to be for n side and the gate rei eipls, winner to take 75 per cent and loser S5 percent. Police Gazette rules to gov- ern the match except as above. The match to take place at Silyer Creek, N. Y., on the 8th or llth day of December, if the hall can be secured for iith- cr of the above dates. Five dollars foi- feit has been posted by each man, tbe balance, to be deposited the night of the n.atrli Kither man failing to appear or post the balance of the stiikc to forfeit the sum posted to the other man. JOHN O'GiiAnv. GKOHOE KINU. Witness: -j W. I. JjAMl'IIKIlK. Tin; Klulila of Womuii. EDITOR OHHUHVEK: The amount of good that women of this city are doing for humanity at present cannot tie over- estimated, and the building recently erected by the Women's Union, adding as it does to the architectural beauty of the city, is in itself a testimony that the gentlei sex are doing all that can be ilone for poor fallen man. I note, how- ever with surprise that Mrs. J. (V. Bab- cock in her closing address as president of the Political Equality Club calls women "a class of so that we must infer from that that man is an en- tirely different species of the unimal ei cation compared to angelic woman, and that wives aud husbands, brothers and sisters, mothers and sons need not consider that they have any bonds of affection in common with each other but look upon each other us classes of people, and perhaps man is the solution of the problem that has puzzled more than he may be, is the minsing link bttween itpes and the fair daugh- ters of live. "In my says Mrs. Babrork, "tbe mother of a .'talesman is belter qualified to vole limn the man who cannot lead or write." What an iibiotiiidini; triiih! but why not atlii ''or the women who road or write or does Mrs. ubcock dt-iiw tlie voting line at the 'niotlieta of or is she going o have the women divided 00. Befjtire n decade has passed over he Political Equality Cliib.l almost ox- ject to see this "class of people" drei'fled ike "In Huoli A imbit, That they shall Llimlt tire With tlmt we luck, When we tire linth aei-outer'tl like >OUIIK men, And turn irum mmcmf steps Into a manly nLrutc; ftml speak ol 1. i.e. it tine bniKgilig youth, Thai men fliall nui-ar J IIIITI- The JtuilrotiuV Engine 381 on the Lake Shore, which was smashed in the Irving wreck October 19 has been repaiied. The Tonawanda Valley Cuba rail- road, with everything belonging there- to, including engines. shops, de- pots, etc, will be sold on a mortgage sale at Cuba on January 6th. Erie train No. 1 now has just three hours in which to make the 104 miles between Port Jervis and Susqiiehanna. which includes five stops. Engineer Taft, who has pulled that train for the past thirty-five years, made eight stops Tuesday, and yet whistled the train in on time. Brocton Mirror: It is said that the Lake Shore has work laid out on eastern division that will take many years to accomplish. The depot at thif place will be raised two feet in the non future, and of course that means the raising of the track for some distance. The new line that is to be built from Silver Creek to Dunkirk will consume some time and the expense will be very heavy. The roncl will be built into the Lake feet at Silver Creek. This will he a nice engineering feat ami will be n stupendous piece of work. The Btcam shovel is fast reducing the bill just of Brocton. Bradford is to have a new glass fac- tory employing 100 men. If tbe oil belt runs dry, Bradford is to be a manufac- turing center. ICllllOl Above u mi ml 'A thousand elveiuonth: 1 tmve wilhm inr of Ihese 'Which I will praclipi-." I presume too at the end of one de- cade in the history of the W P. K.C this "class of people" will be running the United Slates and now that Stanley has opened up the dark continent t'ot emigration the oilier class will have emigrated to Africa, leaving liclvti Loekwood in charge of Uncle Sam't property, us its first woman's president MYTTON. Advei-tittccl Thefollowinglelters remained uucallct for in the U.S. postofflce, Dunkirk. N.T. on Saturday, Nov. 15, 1890. Persons calling for them will please say "advei- tised." Mr. W. H. Lynch. Mr. EincstKellner. Mr. C. Arnold. Mr. J. H. Eckhoff, Esq. Mi. Charles Smart. Mr. W. A. Munchow. Mr. Oren Stebbens. Mr. H. A. Bcebe. J. B. Harrington, (2.) 0. B. Glidden. A. C. Lodwig. Miss Bridget E. Welsh. Mrs. May Barnes. Mrs. L E. Dowd Mrs. Ida Campbell. Mary Carney, _ Barbara Grau. Hanora Mahcuey. Kate Hunt Scott. Cathctine Donovan. A deli a Wagner. Eliza Dwyer. Martin Ryan. Louisa Brown. Catherine Sullivan. Anna Hennesey. Anna A. Fisher. Ann Buike. C. M. UBED. I'. M It is said that ex-general paasenge agent, Lester P. Farmer, of the Erie will reap a fortune from the passengc car devised and patented by him. Th cur has doori on the sides, a platforn. I hat runs the entire length of the ca and shuts up when the train is in me tion, and no end platforms. The car extra safe. That's what everybody tells us here. If we haven't aid anything about it before We've Got The Stock the Holidays. There is everything here that you could irish for to make Appropriate Presents to lady, gentleman r child. Pick out your presents early and have them laid way. We make a notice of this every Christmas season hat you may know we still heed to the custom of storing Toods for Christmas delivery. They'll be safe'with us. We re trustworthy, so don't hesitate about coming early and ive UH a chance, to serve you when everybody won't be in uch a hurry. This is the first place everybody conies to ook for presents, and we don't disappoint. We 11 tell you tore iu a few days. Always look through our ad. You'll nd interesting news. ZEIRIIEl STOIRIEL We luive the largest assort- lent of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, mnd and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Pine Shoes. If yon 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, u broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the nouey that has ever been of- Vred to any trade. Come and examine them or yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street PEDIAU ANNOUNCEMENT TT ANTED! A llrnt china Gtineitil rf wty and vicinity UJinlrodiuiu He I'liui" of "Accident Inriurancfl. It com- hallthc itdvunttLKUH of tlm "ol'l line" and "mtitujtl" pyhtenift. T uioet liberal. idresa W. cllASK, Suc'y, Geneva, N. Y. i 11. M'tlUiAN nfU'r KU ''ijjt'rience of twuty dvt' is now proparud Ui trim CH in bent inannnr. may be UiiieU from hi auk May ur W. b.Ahcll All lere inny bo left itt Mrp. bakery. T A CO., I'nteut 610 7th W ftahingUm, U. C..opn. U. S. Patent Of- i'c. Patents, Our cut" and Uo secured. rarle All Patent bueinefut >nducifid. for mode Keee. Info ilvict! and BpeeUl sent on )A. UurbtKi wiHlioti to announce to the public in general, and patronw In partlc- lar. that he nan purclmKCd the building for- icrly occupied by H. 11. Mnllett, ft) Kast lilted it up iu HrRt-claHH order, nd is prepared k- do llrHt-'jluss barlierintf. 'bunking tor pant patronage, 1 solir.it a share IlheluLine. KeF-pecHullv, O. A. lUIBIlEiS. nO tn A can be 3IU.UU 10 mude workinj; for 'ftonn preferred who can furuiHh a liorhe I K've whole tune to the Siiarc nioinciitis may be profllably employed IIHO. A few viiCHliiiies in towns and cities. H. K. Johnson Co. Uichraoiid, Vit. IDLE MONEY Invested so as to yield ten pel ent. per annum. Capital can be withdrawn at any time Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust 6 WALI, STBBKX, NKW TOHK. KODKKICK ri. SMITH, Manager. Dry Q-oods and Carpets. AMKHICAN 1ILOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO. N. Y. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some are born faifiionabte, achieve fashion, and othfri hate ftuktm upon quoth Charlei Lamb, when tailor brought Mm a itfie eoat with a velvet collar and tofd him Iwily mean velvet eullan now." It is right to be in fashion if you can. It is almost as easy as to be out of fashion, unless you aro indifferent like our friend Lamb, who. an a genius, could afford Io )c so. From us you can learn about the newest fashions in dry goods, io all hat pertains to ladies' wear, gnch as Irc.HB goods, clonks, etc.; lu Kcnllameu'i ;loves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc.; and in carpets, draperies and eiior house decorations. The newest Fall and Winter am ready in all departments. A won- derful lot of attractions And bargains ou every baud. If you want a dress, here arc fashion able fabrics from thu world's of fahhion, choice goods and bargains In- numerable. If you want a clonk, if you want a carpet, If you want dry goods of any [ind, or a book (we miisn't forget the come to us and see the fashions you can't come, write, and learn what is fashionable in wearing apparel, n house furnishings and in literature. Don't wait to have fashion thrust ipon you. You can achieve fashion by .Hiding here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about any- thing in our line of huHineng. arc sent ficely, queries answered in- glumly. Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with us through the mails great success. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY 000DS AND CARPETS, AMERICAN BLOCK. N Y, This is 1890. A Wise Choice. NEW YORK, July 23, 1890. All other reports on Baking Powders signed by me or pur- porting to be signed by me are based on investigations mad.- several years ago. In view of the present controversy as to the purity and wholc- somr-ness of baking powders, I have been requested to maki; :i chemical examination of the leading brands found in the markei. My analysis of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder verifies the statement on the label, that the only ingredients used ;ir.- cream of tartar, bicarbonate of soda (both of the highest and a little flour to preserve the strength. My analysis also shows that "Cleveland's Superior" i> f.-ee Ammonia, alum, or other substitutes. Owing to the purity, strength, effective- ness, and constancy of composition of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use in my home. HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D., D. I.atf TT. S. Government Chemist. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures EWSPAPERl   

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