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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 16, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. B KEPHESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSED OF DUNKIRK l NEW JIACHINK [or All kinus nl hlnnks i-i the latent a uhtioii lie Mechanic-ftl Depnriineiii o] Dunkirk Printing Company, I) K. orKFOItll, 223 and 225 (Jentnil Ave. ___Artistic Photograpna BCCd DOt oabiea. ISalncn u hitten- for suri-thine ox'-ept for BOOK JAXKM Iltvi.vu. I'r.. prietor, No. IB K. tjccoinl -Uri'Cl. ni-ar talo direct, Dunkirk, V. V. Mi Pamphlets, et.e., :n all .-'t--. promptly rttten led to. All work tfnurmiiee'l. CKOUKEKY IIOUHK, SOS Central Wen uc. Wholesale retm) dtjaler in ly- ported China, 1 1HAUTAUUO.V V' UaUM.ii t-iTery and lioiii Stulili: m noun' Victor liiilrr, 3-x') and re-jl. N. Y.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER RAILROAD MAGNATES, IMPORTANT CONFERENCE OF PRES IDENT3 IN NEW YORK. Plan of KorniMllon of n Ni Ai the Com panic-, M natc-il West To Compe-tiHvr I'nlii'H. once nt in day morn the resjdi-ij .Madison ju Hit A I Are St. I., is lii'l iveon lit l If TV RAKIIKIL SIIOI' V Nucli-. I (Jailer l.uW" .ry ViiUen Center .-in-1 Thin! Ka.-ik, flue oto LitrRi'-ii in Limnty. An uiiequaile'l me-lium. f-tUNKlicK KNtilNttKKI.Nt; l-iii-iiieily Mjlluw Miiiiuiucturi-i-a nt limlci-., linn Work to "order.' SHI1-.T Center stiect, 'Croinwell" ami blurts, on Hale 11, all lu Jlotlm.j dr; lnume CO., llliers I'erlcet lilh .n 11 lv, F. TOOMF.I, l.cn'c-r in flour, r'uc'I, -nit. H.uJ.I "lluy, UOTKL unit uniTiiir "siuuim. ac houses. ticJL a ial CO., Ill 'Jl Kine Furniture, lol-itenajl. I'ictili-e b umt In- tor 'J-tn t trceL. are anil or-ior, MATTJWON i to.. A.- Ui.i'l-'-K til Fashion an-t '.K-nllemuii ouuHu: .IS'.KLI. STKA.il HK.VT1NU t'J., ,'tr.ulttcturers of ijte'im HeatinK Apjiarut aullary I'lumni.ii; a Spcc-nily. l_j O.VtK STEAM I.AU.NUKV. Uiir apecialties: Fine Shirtu, lOc; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Krue ln-i A W. Jn; Cciilbr struct hi.1 14. OKH31. K. Tlnnl Uitnulac-nrer and ti ,t., cor. ol -ai-jr iu Fine liowtH Jti ENliV IVEILEU'S NKW STOKE, Thint st. Jiooks, SUiLiouery, Minicnl Daily ami U'eekiy I'Hjiui1. everything iiuruiining 10 a Ural ciutw bom School Books a JOB F1UNT1NO of every lU'scnption ami at lowebl living rates b> Dunkirk I'miting- Company. 6 ami 10 K. auo-jiitl JH. VAJS BUKF.N A MON, Fire. "TTTr. Acuidcot anil (.ienurai insuran.ifc Ofat- era iu Ueal Kutate an-1 Luune. I'aruouliu atU ntinn paid to tliu uiru oi jirnpwij '-olluci ri-nttf Ac. 'ii'.i tleutcr imi iimir. USKOE'S J'llAKMAOV, oOO Central Aveuii ttlliiirters tor Watt Paper I orge was ripencer :'i-sidcut; .s, presi- Hy J. Inn-Ill II i' J. Piei repiiiil, .s, e. About twcmv p, IXOMS prominent in railroad circles were in at- cndaiio-, them Jay Gould, C. P. ltiis.spll ,1 J. ilcOook! I'm-id. nl li. Cable 01 the li-ick Island II. H. Porter of the Chicago mil KriMen, Illinois, President .Mai vTn HiiKhn: or Chicago aud Xorthwcst- ice IV-Merits- M. L. Sykcs and W. H. Xeu of the latter road and Heo: Mr by unanimous vote, chain.Tin and Samuel lecretid-y. The following companies were rep re- BPiito'l: Chic'i .o and Xorl hwestcrn by Mnrvir; lliialn'i. and II. M. C K. Twombley, pri-siilci.f- Chicago rUirliMftou K. IV-i kins' and (Jen. Paine, vice pi-indent- St. Paul, by Hoswell Miller, president; n.on K-icilic. by Sidney Dillon, prtsi- ilint; Pacific, by Jay Uotild- Atchl-on, by Allan .Manuel, and J. .UctJook; by B' Dashh-y, pie-i.U-nt; Chicago, St. Paul and City, by William EaKau, presi- d.mt, and S. Ij Stickm-y, Illinois Cent ral by Mr. Fish, pie-idem: Denver and Rio rand. by Southern Pacilic. Ir. C. Hum ington, Xoilln-ni by C. K u..' Hi" 111-mile and We-terni Palmer, pr, -idem, arid IV-.Vvly du-rior- real, .Vonhcni, by J. J. Ken ui lo-.va CL-II t ral. i.v Kus.seli bank OK hou.su ol Pivxcl Co., by J. Pi.-nvjiout SaimicI bpencer; Brown HI-OS, i: Co In- John ,Yosby Ilrowu, H.iw'inl I'oncr; Kidder, be pivliimnary u-.-eeiiH-nt, as recently nbli.shud uas prexenied by GnlM ml read. A -.-n.-ral ili.seiis-.ion followed s to the In-! tii of cjirrviiiLroiit ilia I'jectssouyhc to be accomidLslieil by iceiinx. Mr. ilort-an state 1 that after con- d-'i-ation a hut i ve "d to .-lie-live pi l'been gr-.'d to ih Viinder'Hit -id K-iiusyl- ania lines f-ir h.-ii- luntual .-rid ami ilril base.! unon that Ian h-had ventured to prepare a paper r th i-oiisidi ration of this meeting, liii-h he iiroce-de.l to rea I as follows: I hat the presiden.s h-re as- to reeo'ii'ncnd to their re- J board "f directors the passage of he following re-oititiou: tir-re-.s. It i.s rothu hum.flt of the ciiudoftlr- railway companies whoso lues are sli tmteit west of and St. mis that they should co-operate closely each other in the management of heir propci ties for the of iS uniform, reasonable and staple rates or such n-ansportaMon, and such eioim- nes in the operation of their properties or the bMtcr nifioiu'iiodntion ol' the pnb- 3 Jus well as s, reasonable returns LXIII the capital invested, therefore, be it RIH-M- formed i'.iiioiijr companies if-' --.-d west of Chiciisjo i-, or si.cli of them as may 01 may hereafter be admitted NO. 108, callol to act npon tho Rbovv ado tod on or before 1. UVl. The perfect harmony prevailed at the meeting, and it wns considered by all pre-.ent that ihe action taken was a greai stridi- towards securing conservatism anc effective cooperation between all companies in arranging to vent absolute power in one body of men constituted rut the advisory board will be, and acting with full authority for all companies, members of the association. Such a body better than any other can be relied upon to render all circumstances with delibera- tion in the interest of the public as well the railway; to provide for strict econ- in the administration of the proper- ties, for tho proper protection of all the hues concerned, whether strong or weak A si-cai element of conservatism in the will lit; the fact that no withdrawal can take place without the formal and leliberate action of the boai-dof directors. FEMALE SLUGGERS. Desperate Fight Hetwocn Two TFomon In n liarii ut KKK Harbor City. Eon CITY, N. J., Dec. 10.-This dace has been greatly excited by a fist in the heart of the city between two women, one being the wife of .ouncilmaii William Heitz and the ither, .Mrs, Charles Christ, who is wealthy iiul resi IPH on Philadelphia avenue Both women were arrested and given rial b- fora Justice of thu Peace Breeder he women appeared befui-o the justice iiiich scratched up. Many witnesses were atle.l and Ihe excitement became sogreat till) friends of the two women ihe ]UM ice's chamber that another eu- onnter was imminent. After bearing the evidence the justice eld the women iu ?IOU bail each to keep mouths, which was lur- Thc able. liyht occurred in Mrs. Christ's I'or many years Mrs. Christ, has !Jt lived with ]ier husband on account of is dr.nking habits. They are a wealthy d" and lived iu luxury. Mr. Christ a la.st hor-e, which he keeps iu tho ii- hack ot his wife's residence. He t-s of Ins time nt llcitz's hotel sent Mrs. Hcitz to his barn to feed hia SITTING BULL KILLED. HE FALLS IN AN ENCOUNTER NEAR STANDING ROCK AGENCY. The Wily Old Chief Preparing to Depart for Jhe Bad Land. When Ar- rented by Indian Followers Attempt His Rcscuo ami a Kloorty Battle Krisues, Re.ultlni; in Bull's Indian Police Killed. ST. PAUL, Minn., Dec. Oen. Miles nas received dispatches stating that in a fight near Standing Kock ugpncy yester- aay bitting Bull and a number of Indian police had been killerl. The first dispatch was from Pi.-rre, S. D., stating that Sit- ting Bull and his ROD had been killed, but giving no further particulars. The dispatch was from Standing Hock agency, 8. and slated that the Indian police started out to arrest Sitting hull, having learned that ho proposed starting for tin Bad Lands. The police we u and ici ijancls. Jhe police were followed by troop of cuviih-y under Capt. Feehet DRIVEN TO SUICIDE. of the Life of Proml.lne Vouns School Tniu-hcr HoPESVaLB, Pa., Dec. IS.-Shortly after 9 o'clock Sunday morning tho .burp report of a pistol runs out from what is known as''Thompson's a block of tene- ment houses on Clark street. Mrs. Wolf who occupies the centre house in the row' appeared at an open window iu theseoond story and implored the neighbors to oomu quick. R-acuinu her apartments Mrs. olf wns found kneeling over the lifelasi body of her daughter Emma, who had just eommitled auicid. by shooting herself through the head. A six-shooter lay by her side. Tha bullet entered just over the right ternpla. Thecircnrns'aneesof her tragic doath are sad, and dus directly to her father's intemperance constant abuse Choree Vv olf la a prominent shoe dealer. Emma was his eldrM dHiighter. .Mrs. Wolf told the following story of the rrmiblo which led to her suicid il'.-intry under Col. Dr .so sur- Mrs. Christ, who PEKKINS, J, W., 209 Center atieet, Manulactiirer am! iu Bridles, Collars, HuQ'ulo Kobe.- Horse cloves-Mitteus.intl .slcuiti ilob--- 1) SCHOWES, 17 East 1'liird street. fashionable Tailor, (.ientlemen will flnd u ttieir advantage lo call on me before jiurcfiiimi.. elsewhere. i) B. CAKY CO., Liou streeu llarilwure.iVliite Pa'nter't oil Cloths. Grai.iu-. W lire. A ,-pecui! ty ol Suurwu. Williams KCLINO, such as blank-books, I all knuls ui blanks dui-'C at l 10 1C. Secjnil ot. roc Kcra, ami mil I .-t. .v iii-i nin s nic-ini'cr- her. r; hiit ation o: OHMS! ill f the of un-. That the luh isory board so c-ou- ituled all have Ihe jjowpr to establish am unifoiui bei coia- points nnd to decide all ijm-stioMs of common intcr.st between the members alTairs of this nsso- "ii -r the ma-iaiicnieiit ii'i ndvi-tory hoanl to -'-l-'iitand one meniber directors of each com- Ileitz iihi -I in tliu bam L ijjrily inquired: "What arc you doing in hcref" Mrs. replied: "Xune of your soon came to blows, Mri_. '-'iviiii; Mrs. Chi-Ui. a stinging Oue on tho cheek, and m rcl.iiru receiving a hot one on the nose. The women clinched ami lytiplu dt-.peratL'ly for some minutes, pul- liir_- oiher'a hair and scratching each Other's face. Tucy fin dly attracted the attention of pa-sers-by and were separated. This was done with difficulty, each was after Uood and had justyot. down to business llieir arrest followud iu a few hours. 1 in- tno husbands attended the trial in the justice's court, ami the next inoruiujt botli were badly intoxicated. Both ladies are well und favorably known, and the affair has caused a sensa- tion iin.oiij; the go.ssips of the city. The friends of Ihe women are doing their best to keep them apai t, as another scrap will probably take place if they meet COLLAPSE OF A BRIDGE. Six Men Killed Outright and Several New ide: -'My liu-band is a slave out we were alept ave en- 1 1 Cor. Thinl JlulfaJo Jjealer in Graiuu-, .Mnrble, t Bin Stone. Cu-it   K. Third at., cor. Kxceieioi .Market. rii luaia, J.anl, .sausAKt'd, J ant, UEH ATCHJiM, J EWEl.UV, ic. Jluy the Aurora Kitilrnad Frank f. staiii.' si M- MOCKEK, Sleroliant 1'aih IH A-.. DON'T FOEGH That h. Harm doed rtrpairiMgojali femr'a.aii- as knivee. sciboors, locks, keys sewinp roachines, carput sweepers, wnngers( lawn mowers, brcllaa, ami aettinfi: in Tact mi.nv things DOtbcrc nicnuois'l n cul! 411 BaTalo.'ttrert ELYS CATARRH Cream am HAY-FEVER A particle 19 applied into eaoh nostril and In is appl; ajrreeable. PrieeoOcentsatDruggists; by ELY BBOTHEKS.66 Stroet, New York. by male arren of the asi-nriiitioii. It tire throiisrli in-openy enn.sti- tui-cil of n'l outride for the seeiinni  company a.i 1 ihpy K hereby appointed tub'.', n-i.-e-ea- lativc-s ot' tiiis lo sucii advisory board with full power- to act tor tin's company in ing the pj-e.- anil resolution into full eilccK 'i'iu- action propo-eil to be tnken by the rarions boards as siiifiju-ied aiiove 'then SjOra-ii" the SUDJJCL of dUc'is-iou alter a loni; debate and con- linaliy u.lopu-d by nil tin- ion-i nt voting m tile -minmtive an.! in the negative. ny mill bt. 1'anl deciin- !o vote, furihor eon- llitn- ii'-' a- are binding the ,tl cuin. pan.es votniH in the ailirrnitire. it bain- that the following three lie invited to join. Clncajjo and Ailantic Railroad Missouri. Kansa, xas Kansas City, Fort Scot; and VUIIK, Dee. lli.-The Atloa Hue steamer Alvoy has arrived from Hayti und reports at t he National bridge, twenty- two miles inland Port Limoii, H sec- tion of the br.d-e seventy feet long, which re-ti-il on ln-.ivy coiutuns. fell while nlmost the iiiiii-u furcu of meu employed ivure, Six meu were killed outright and al- mo.-t every man engaged was injured. Ihe bedding of tne iwoeolums had been known to lie bad aud a large strengthen it. ever since last winter torce of men were sent to HlT'llNG LL'LL. the police reached Sitting Bull's on Grand river, about lorry miles from Standing Hock, they arrange- ments beinjt made for departure. 'Ihe cavalry had not yet reached the camp when the police arrested Bull and started back u-ith him. His followers quickly ral- lied to his rescue and tried to retake him. In the fixht that, ensued Sitting Bull was killed. Five of the Indian police were also killed. One of this police rode back to the cavalry and infan- try nnd after lelliuu them to hurry up to the support of the police buried on to the agency with news of the battle. Dec. foilon-in" tele- Kram was received at army headquarters: ST. PAUL, Minn., Dec. 15. Col. Corbiu, Assistant Adjutant lienoral, Chicago: Sittini: Bull wa- arrested this raorninitat daylight by Indian police. Friends uttempu-d his reseiic; llithi Sitting hib tilaekbinl, ('Hick i-len-r fi k'll I llII.ADKU-iiiA, Dec. .Marls Smith bankers and brokers of 'M South Third street, have made an assignment The as.signmeni followed tha enteriii" of judgment again.-t the lirm on a note for Sl.i.ilUU in favor of Jolm ilaris, father of illiam .Muris, senior member of the firm. .Samuel it. Huey is the assignee lie says that the linn's liabilities wil piobably exceed SWO.UUO. Nothing could bj learned as to the assets of the tirm. Mr Rinith, Ihe junior member of the firm, lie things matter., will be fixed so tnai Ihe busiticHb of the fit-in can be cou- tiuued. Sneeessfiil JCxperinu'iit.s with Ni-.n- Dec. patients at the Ml. Sinai, St. Luke aud German hos- pitals inoculated with the Koch lymph aredo.ng and thus far the experi- mei.i i ,.-1101 liaen attended witli any ser- iini-, i.i.i-eqiiences.. At the German tho expi-inniiil-, have been especially snccess- lultoihe jiMiems, there showing in a miii-ived all of the reactionary -ymptoms observed by Dr. Koch. Two men stiU'et-ing resjiectively with lann-it-l and piilinonnry plithlst-s were Miocul.Mcl. Shortly after they showed reactionary symptoms, sucli as iu- Moeii coughing and slight fever. THE RACING WORLD. At New Orleans, Nr.wOm.rjANii, Dee. 10.-Following aro tho rpMilt.- nt jc-lei 1 S rures: I'ir.-t .1 1 Momiuiioi ;J: t i- 1 r.n-e, .V.i I'll J, fol. I: Third r M-..._II S 1, Mo- O.iviaiJ: t tnu, rai-i-, 7 -Bankrupt 1, Sliib- Uui kler u; time, 1, Elsie B 2, 1, Barnttt aud liera- Tiie following was then adopted- R jo veil, That Roswoll Milk-r. of iiiipuriy, should act as chairman of the ad jourr-eJ nit-eting with power to call the tirst meel.ni; of the advisory board after receipt aim ot notice of tha of the -ovorai boimls ot ilirectora upon tile foregoing resolu- tions, such notices to be sent to him at Resolved, That it Is the sense of this meet- ing that the boards of several directors be PUBLIC squares nrc great blessing to the community. We can say the same for Dr. Bull's Bal.y Syrup; it is the best ren etly for the cure of all diseases ihe babj hood Lias lo encounter. Su'c. This is i.o experiment but a solid facl Old hauls Calturrh Cure will cure catarrh or influenza iu a few days Costs only 25 cents. J At Glouee.ster, Gi.ori-KsTKit. X. .1., Doc. Yesterday's !.ei .s FIS ftiiio-.v-s: Fir-1 r.ice. fnrloiiKs-Howersen 1, Mamie I. S ai, ir me :j; time, id rare, (i colt 1. Mo- time, 'J hi id race, 1 mile-eiyria 1, yamaratan 2 Quotation .1; limt-. Fuur'h ra.e 4'ij Gulden 1, Sile.ico Sunday lime, Fifth nice, arling 1, Crispin Kui.inS; time, Al tliftim. Cl.l ITOX, N. 1) -c. W. -The races hero yes- terday resulted as follow.-, First race, ineo gelding 1, 1 cue H-', Lorriked time, SoL-und race, li CJlory 1, Tipstaffs, Punster, Jr. a; time, Third race, 1 Dead heat between Duke John and Mariijid I, Maaloa time, Run off nas woa by Marigold ia Fourth race, rui e-Lizzie 1, Pu-rkridge 2, rimi-e James i tims, Busteed Filth ruce.7 fur time, Sixth ruce, 5 furlongs-Defendant 1, Aas- tr-liauS, Fitzroj-3; time, 1: -D. other- vvoro R'lleil: also -even Indian police. Caul. Fletehet arrived just in timi' with two Holch- kiss und Gatliri gnus ilroic Indi.msauuy aud Bucurcd llui body ol SJttinK Hull. By commanJ of Ueu. Miles. ilAL-s, Aide. ST. PAUL, Minn., Dec. the Indian police whouumbercd about twenty men reached Sluing Hull's village, they found the Sioux all ready to depart fo the southwest and instant action was necessary to prevent this movement. The police at once made a rush for Sittin Bull, surrounded him and telling him h was a prisoner started at once on the trail for the agency. The old chief made no attempt at sistance. Hardly im 1 nis c.ipturc been made when his son headed a party Bull's followers airl attempted to re.scm their chief. A des -rate light ensued and the police were gelling the worst of it in the skirmish. Sitting Bull attempted to get awa> from his captors and to join the ill tackin_ parly of his friends. He fought wildly and was killed with several of his fol- lowers, Seveu of the Indian police also fell dead, and the whole band would prob- ably have been massacred had it not bee for the timely arrival of the cavalrv. tn drink. tUe past he was dunking heavily and was very abusive Un several Decisions he remained out nil nigiii, and whea he came homo to learc the house until oil ih- rfi-'ots of his night's debauch This was ths Saturday niplih He went away about S o'clock urn! returned short lyufti-r thHt hnm- next morairiK J'.mmn was ready lo Kn to ehiiivh and sat down to breakfast as he enleml. Uo wns nniisunllv nuly ami Kni a .'OMi waich and clialn, "'fin she Chrisi num. THE ISHAM CREDITORS. of llm Ansignoc ill Mnyrlllo. George I' [sham, assignee of Kdwin Islinm for the beiu-lil of his creditors. pi'cstMilc'd ucciiunts to Ihe counly judge nl Mnyvillc on .Monday, and ob- tiiMii-d an order for final distribution. The amount to be paid from the assets to Ihe creditors of 11 .1. will lieulilllc miii-u tlian S per cent of the amouiii of their respective claims The total amimnt lo be ilisi rilmled is some- Iliiug overylM.liUO. This amoutit is l.i be i-ind pi o nun All but foui items aro included in (his distribution. The iicms excepled were the, claims of creditors who were preferred and were already paid in full. :Mr. St. Nicholas, i laus. THE 1 One of Ihe magnates nf ihu Jamcs- luwn baseball club says a meeting will be called curly in Juntniry for tliu pin-, pose of forming a stock company to maintain a club in Ihe New York and lYunsylviinin Lcatjuc next season. 't'r George liindc'rueolit w Vnrk He li.-is only one IL-.-uliiiijirti'rs, and tluit i.s The many pdvnntMgcs gnincd :it this lioiiio mak.i him more and more attddied to it (-very year. Hen- is the mid most Slock of Toys and Cliilhvn's IVc-si-nts tlisit jj'ou'll see anywhere: four Mechanical Toys and Engines, inJ i ol's' Furniture, Carts, Wagons Sleighs, Tobogjais, Do I Carriages, Cradles, Trunks and Bed nom Si-ts Guns, Drums, Gamf s, Plush Goo s I I', nima wore pn-nent. from a to marry about to nnoiit Buying a word IIP seized thi watch and chain and dashe-i them agains stove While I with him for this Emma quietly left the table and wont upstairs. Twenty minute l.'Ui-r vi u lir.-.rd the fatal shot." who passed up stairs r-f thp niifni-tunale girl peadlnff the arrival of the roronnr Mr Caters "i churoh Kmma was or- ganisl and a devoted member. was on w.iy to rlmroh, nnd was shocked the ol her death. During all this conniiotion her aat down stairs sullen, mo oaa and unmoved. He how- clos-ly watched the poopl? as they uss-nii m an i out, bul mode no raferenca laiujiler's death. Jimiiia Wolf was in her 24 years a.-o she elected principa the public .schools. Rev Mr t aters tribute'to tho dead fflrt duriuK the services at Ills church CHARGED WITH SWINDLING. ciiMrso a W-11-Known Soololy jr.m of NBW Turk. Xrw Vor.K, n c. 16.-Col. Charles D. Hoit-rhinn, known ill society circles lei-e and a nenhnwoi'lhe lato Mr. Stouijh- on. formerly United States min Ku.sia, was arrai-ned before 'late, C tjhiold.s on a 'f swiii the widow of an old soldier ooo of her pension money. I'Hiininij t.lie money Stoughton isaiip lared lor several months. was liiiali, Iiidinn.ipohs whore he st r-i-iduv on a warrant is- -Iv-ii-ion last Juno and mmisiinnar held HOD bail for examination. ister to Unitod out o. Afle il for hi, nnp .ii.. lit here, f Stonio.ton hi S- EMELINE WAS OBDURATE. She Decides Thiit Hui- Hoti-othed Would Not Suit Hoi- for u Life Conipunlnn. YORK, Dec. the steame RotlenLun, from left that portKim'line Miner and .Uos-'sErve, steer- age pas-ensjerti, wure uiiLtau'od to be mar- ried. It was thuir avowiid inlunlion to have the knot tied us suou as they reached Xew York. Before the vovime was half linisherl, however, Einelme ileei.led tliat .Muses would not suit her for a life companion and she blandly lold him she woii.d wait and marry some one in Amei icn. His en treaties were in vain. Sue refu.sed to listen to him. At the biux'e orlice Eme- line on his knees to marry him. lie wept copiously, but she smiluil a Ijee.'inl smile on him. Then she gathered up ;r traps and depar.ed lor Jlobckeu to visit some friends I here, while Muses wrung his hands and lei'i Mill weeping. Mrii-ilcruil by a Kejucttul Ijovcr. MoniilS'ix, Iiid., Dec. 18. Rob- ertson, a widower, aged about 70 vears. who has been paying attention to'lliiry Walker the pa-t years, visited her afternoon and it is supposed propo-ed that she marry him, nnd bi-ing rejected, drew a pistol and shot her through the left temple. He then turned the wt-apoii on himselt' and sent a bullet through his bruin. rnrnell I.oslny Grounil. LONDON-. Dec. Daily Xcws' Kil- :enny dispatcli derl.-ires thai Parncll's cause i.s lost. At Kathdowney, where it :iad been announced l hat Panie.ll was to peak, the utmost ciithnMasm was dis- ilayeri for Davitt and Purnt-11 was hooted. There were people at the Davitt nectins and only SOO at the Paruell meeting. Tho rope Dangerously 111. BEP.UN, Dec. from Rome to the National Zeitting says there is ex- reme anxiety at the Vatican over the )ope'8 condition. His holiness is very nuch affected by the cold weather, and Dr. Ceci-cerelli, who is in attendance, has ntimated that the worst must be pre- pared for. The Chess Champions. NEW YORK, Dec. fourth gamo of the Steinitz-Gunsberg chessmatch waa played last evening and resulted in a vic- tory for Gunaberg. I-KUMWII Murrlod. YOI.-I-. Dec IB-Mr. Frank W. Hack, widl known as a newspaper man ln thiscity. c.liior and proprietor of 1 nc- Evcninu' Anbuniian of Auburn N l., "-id now ni.-iit i-dilor of the w. ruport of the Pr-ss ln York, to Mis, Emiiie burn in the Church nf p Marv Kin, We-t I-'o-iy-lifih strc'-t, b Amony (ho-- Ihe ceremonv Rl.nl of the Associated Press, M -Mrs. lii, hard Smith. Jr., and George F. Shrady. estern He I lie Vir- t ovenini; Dr. )f the .ylvanin Li-iium-. ow. mi-Hi ton, ji h, L, i! lini'd Ih'ii Mm, H i i i 'KIT Hi'; i n u liele. a chi-i i, Later UK- line W.IK rcmillcd, i, called upon for tin; cash RiudcriKjcht snicl he liml iim-slcil il in n spcnilnlioii on molasseu. The club lias res ceivcd tlie monoy. I'refiidciil, Bi-ci-ctary and Linili-ey will call n iiici-tingof llicluHjiiiu early the yuur in for the baseball sea'on of Unulfiu-il Htsr: Tlic q lu.slion luisbem asked many times why Ihcollic.ial lioinys uf.the Now York ami league of last season had not been liblieil. A reporlm- inquired of a.i olli cinl ti'dny und ,uts lljiii it would be n.udj for publication next niuuih. Roundabout. Jlr. Uosligiiu, who liven over a fane' store in Siilaniauca, was iiwakciied iniisuM in the i''ioin bt'lovv. Uu and hi son descended by au ouuide, ulnirway entered the front door which hud pried open with a aud ciplurui twoburjlars. Tbt-elder. William On, was 14 years nf age, a resident of N York city.iitid u boatimin by occupation Themuur, .John Qallaffher, WHH aa.fnui Jersey City, and a laborer. Both wen lommitteil u, the county jail to awai he action of the grand jury. Biiriflars broke into the houses o Si-HHlus Blanchard and Myrnn Turner 01 th of Jumeslown on Saturday, but vcrc seared away. The thieves loug'lu to have tracked the Boxes, Rocking; Superb Line and Muffle for Album.-, r, i s Co'hr and Cuff Rcv-ki-'g Chai's. Thj most ik end ,i ra-cv Hatvlks'chieifs ii ?c -i Q ir'amen. FancyBiskets, p J J J y F.ibOons, Etc. Cunning, but Tricky. A MMONIA powders claim to rom Jamestown, wlierc eceivcd IUH money. rnstriictlon in J'lirlia are armors one  of No Dec., Spo l lots weaker nn-ced, s No. s Jim., Ulc; do Feb.. do, No >.o. mi-xeil I ice., iiel, SOc; No. lido 49C- Uo Jan., do Mar" KVK-rnll. HL'j POi.K Dai.; llt.w D1ess, SOJ8 March, BUTTEIt-Ptenily: eastera creamery, CHI Quiut. factory Xew York ched- uar, v, e-turn :'ut. (lJ4c. UUd-, ttiuly; f.esh eastern firsts, do, Canadian do limed, il eiitiiry Vmge. Mrs. A. S. Benjamin of Mii-hiKiin. the T. U. National SiipcriiHeinleiit of I'liiliiiinentiiiy L'safie, IJCLOUI last ,.v. eniiiL'at, old Mori on Lcnirul avenue a ,-eries of drills in pai-- limiienlai-y There was a sized audience pres-ent She gave prac- tical instruction in parliamentary forma. anil spoke mien-slinky. The inutioii of propci-ly coniluciini; business wns practically illustraleci. These leeiiires are for menus well as women. This series (which will continue nightly ,u seven o'clo-jk) is an evidence of how large n part woman is beginning to claim in public affairs: and, as well, especially how well the Women's Christian Tern- pcrance Union has intent of educnting women for the purpose. Election oCOtrirers. Dunkirk Lodg Acct'iHid Mason the M., Krod I.) (let1 J. breohl; Bec-retiiry, Charles AL. Treasurer, Alfred J. Ltinl; S. D., Kalttubach; J. F. Burlo C., F. U. Will; J. M. C., K. B. Swum; Chaplain, the W. i Marshal, W. C. Hilton; Organist, P. M. W., W. U, Wymoii; Llall Trustee, Joliu Uilluu. powders claim to be free from etc. Instead of saying what their baking pow- ders don't contain, why not slate what they do contain i All that is used in Cleveland's Superior Caking Powder is pure cream of tartar, pure bicarbonate of soda, and a little flour to pre- serve the strength. Cleveland Baking Powder Co., 81 83 Fulton St., Xew York. ALTER The Tailor L-S A LINK OK (Mi: "i v i i. v I I V I1 V V i} A 1 'K N'T i, AVK. ,'0. We tlie "lit of Patent Lent her 81 plain and light-eohnvil top.s, land and machine scwvtl. W.- airy u complete, lino of NET- .'LETON'S Fine Slioen. If on want a nice-fitting and tylwh Nhoe, try a pair of lit i.s ake. Yon will like them )ur _ GENTS' Calf oc, in Button and Congress, in broad, medium o toe, is the best slux money that has ever fered to any trade. Come and e for yourself and r-1'h.OIAL Ar-NOUNCEMEM I. l .MI-iriii.'VH lll.-i 7ih P 1'. I'.-il.-i.i or- O liar, llinl In- i if Hie fuliur. to I L-IM- II..... Hl-ll. A K. .lolm- I.II-IIIMIIIK. H ;i nhure 11 li'irsu illi-s. nd, Vit. [nv narrow for ih" been oi- IDLE MONEY isti so ;n to yield ten por per annuin. Capital can ,-ivvn at an time. any Sriul jiro.-j) cms. New York Stock Trust, W.M.I, M-.W '.L HI.-. I'll, .M ire: No. 3 4o, Ko. 2 Riiffuln rrovinlon Mm-kst. BUFFALO, Deo. 10. WHItAT-Xo. 1 Lara. No. 1 norlhern 1.01. inter 2 red, 81.08 nu rack. UillN-steiiily: No. 3 eorn, .'Be: No. 8 do, Gc: iVo. ju.low, in sti on f OATS-Weak: No. 2 white, n'xf-'l. -ISo on track. FLorn-Firm; spring whtnt, best patent. er bbl and loir trade, ja.co. VVmtor wheat best family, jjra- i. liU'i'lKll Creamcrr fancy, du choic do we.-tei-n fancy, 1.11ICI3--E-Fancy full crcaia lb., eiiok'o do, goud do, and family ulrictly fresh, 29c; westcru X. Y. L. K w. Ky. Unllilny Kati- Accounl of Holiday Excursion travel lickels will be sold Dec. 2llli lo Jany. Int.'91 inclusive good to reiurii until and Deluding Jany. 5th on main line anil >ranclies where exciiraioii ticketH aru uot regularly on sale at rate of tu-o cents ft mile each way. J. BOUKNB, Ticket Agent. -According lo statistics of private water coiripiiuieB publislmd, Ihe people of Erie pity less for waler on an average hau any of the cities in this section of he United States. The average cost for every household in Erie ia 75 a year. Cliicano has the name average, The Buffalo average is Detroit, Boston, Dnytou, 0., Philadelphia, Markets. Received over 0. K. Turner's Stock Wire, Wheat. Open. Jfjjrh. Low. Cloned. May.........l.OOX l.Ol.'i Corn. .IK'; .Wi Outs. May.........44'.C ,15 .is Pork. May.......11. 11.85 ll.'JO 11.25 Oil PURIFIES tho DLOOD AND iS RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS all other rcmcrlics the only positive cure Dyspepsia, Constipation, Liver and Kidney Dis- f-af-s. Thousands gratefully testify that Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Re- medy ban Saved Their Lira. To Brothers and Daughters (even the Dr. Kennedy's Favorite lioraedy Proved a Real Biasing bottle; 6 for All Dealers. "A FAKII.T iH-niillfu! lllintrati'r! to Ouro all Blond and inallud Ircc. 03. DAVIU KENNEDY KONOOVJT, !V. V. AND DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, EITHER GOODS, CLOCKS, ETC. HKADQUARTKR3 AliE AT C. C. PENFOLD'S, 364 St., HI MANUKACTUi'.EHS cffits as HUE nmaa AND K.ITIMATKS M-r.rfc 'ILE2O L CHAMBERS TAILORS. i Room No. 6, German Ins. B'l'g BUFFALO, N. 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