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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 30, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1890. NO. Highest of all in Leavening S Gov t Report, Aug 17, 1889. AEVSOIJUTELY PURE MUPDER _AND_ SUICIDE DAIUXG BAM ROBBERY. COMBAT WITH A Terrible Tragedy nt a Mining Camp In Penn.jlvunlu. DESPERADOES PLAY FOR HIGH WaKEs-BuRE Pa. Dec STAKES AT SQUTH ble tia0'edy oifurrcd atEroiIerifk spatta, ________ a sm ill mining h imler v ater iv morn- New York Defective, Ovei power and a Bin ly tendem Evrues [a rtn iv d by Mr Chillis H -h emu 0. les.lenr, ,t Brok rs Times f m Ml f B -Mink :imiM N mil- WOOD TEN DOLLARS A CORD A Paper InloriMling to llauy (Mil Ueviifonti lettt'i mil tnrlostirt a sm in mmmir n miter v ater iv morn- aim lurth t T> r ing .ulP-u-the proouttorof th, Into H B "n Rft? 'V'' L "Illh :lm" N a dunking pi ice formimrs A the Robbers c in Out Bunk, nfth sti et v. is b irj1 o ll" Im of tne fTuntiriin -ntered the place and asked ThBV vrter m Fidting D c, ii md lo nn_ ro the i ic of Lc'J1-'! <-J Hiil md and formtrh for a di ink He WO.H drunk already and Chaw m nniirii one at the Culprits th ei tieiefiom Siinrnt i i nt f this itirn Divihion for a dunk He WO.H drunk already and Cawh H 11 1 he had bi tn-r for the 1 ut drmi s he 4 t V tbib juncuiri Mr-! I he Him is at the Culprits -3- n c fciei.iom t ui i n iurn UIVlMDtl am, Vre Chi, .e.., O ,utiy -ecu, d bv I r i, f t, a UK h'Mjrk quilt nb th n 1 Die daring bank ,'on3 lnd whjth ii ed it Chic iKo fwi Ive them REPRESENTATIVE B dit iti% r s re 1 1 111, f f 11 OF DUNKIRK. W RCI.IX, 11 1C HIM F for w RCI.IX, -me i I km Is.if blank-, i tli rh..nii.al Iji purlnii nc f [I BH. 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MLRKN J> fire lie Aetuttut anil ttential Dei i Q Utal ami L HUH ir eu i p ltd U) me ii-e ii roperl ol i rente Jfcc. iiy it- Jn I uinir o -i umh n thy m r u tin ins, nes lieioea i i i., u i uled con tl I It e I 1 l I Jl lui 1 1 In i i u pr i ue i uiseg 1 m t f i or lei ou met his leaih D i bl iw >n the beiltiom i n I b b I mo mlnr With [nil I KlI l- i i s D D. M V i mm liubt i u ie! ui n bis laency i i u nu i Oue of Col i 31 t'i r i ii t ttui'i il j is >n v i m Iii ms ut ti tm I d i u i neir Pun Ri LJC Un-i i ei iikiimish n win b sol di r-, n i mn U 1 l lit In hiins wlio tinpil iitar tlit skumisli u k il ie, i 1 Msr to a iret kneir rhe a_ UP n rhe of eai i e t is _i ir trepul ition htie In i m i rs nil one ]uat i omi m saj tl u ut jr Bur Foot a band are len, His H up, Lp ,j in Oli! B i D t l 1 i im ff st i  imi rf f llo in lib, w s llel i o i h d iiim 11. lue I i i i -t i i L w i ,1 I I nL1 ik r n 1 a ,s 0 pi "e 1 lin i an int pi, lri r I' up t ivnus u In 1 piw i tn k r i mu t the t I u r I 61 t ti iu 1 IM i i I i i k u t r rabtr 1) illit Dunkirk nnteHdtni t i plnu In is In n i 'M i h I e i in HCSTILES P L Us d J 1C I JP Id Hiuu f Mis >-IP 1 ir I he in IU i., i siupn ro both bn tin IP US UlOlll I m SUl( if, in nh 1 th it his w ue n is ul 1 u f n 1 lTi t 111 h s wire to ehoose be w en her h isi ml m 1 In i ol 1 sweet hi nr Mrs i ut essel h r pn f, i nee r I bi i i r i L 11 b u I i i muk, d pieftitiitt tir ber r JJ 'n in b u h ml t n e i v tin bin's Hit i ulj obst ule to in im e Mr -t ''1 n ll l i n n l tin In r 111 I iii I iinistn to be him uuli u nit Mi M -n u rt isi 1 I In i nr i i FII m hi i chi d is mt. si ih ii r t) uttr lit uommfi m ttumj Mti he mu ui nh m si i ml iMie i eil u b il, n nfi i it on -ht lipir l tn Pith irds -r w irt it nimtl ir t i u )t Ht ties nit ear to 41 01 o r i i sin 1 us r it til h i rv Pi s TO iv rb ir rbe f "i t u si uni4 -4) m 'I' I is 1 i L i id i si, ooij tr m M in 11 i el IM IK. D" H s i 1 i i is u ui j I T 1 i u the rl s n 'le b u i i of him I1 't 1 11 r n hile ti e tbir I mm ljr il t ti i j, i -mil b it Pr r Uue of he men if tie ountei Went b( i 11 i helped Inm-t f ro 11 i t is i to 4Ui d 11 i ll in si i id tbe s I-AV n ih! tu i 11 Ii ill inn 1 il i n ,1 D New T r 1 1 115 f 3 it l (l m 1 i i mt in n ik viul und 1111 lib i, jump ,1 into n il .IOTP a at bi iknetk nun ii u l m h till) Pi l s II U UK) l l 0 l I l 1 1 s b 11 n ti i r i m ik h sm on i i i n i no, i nl i n Hi I POOL SE_LING CASE The (unit K 11 1 rs l Di I mum Hi H tin Till lit N v X D< sllpl rm t lilt -m i i u h is rev isi I tbe i n "I i i is 1 U u nin, is tin I n j th l ti i us to i poi Is, .u tl) l I U 1 A lie-fit I [ii o i d L i i to t 11 t i pohei v n i pi liei fn (I ro i i l s i ti i i i "i D i u i i mt r s n I is u i s n i f ir ii) n seeing the bunk i n up r s n n vp i u 'it hi mlt loor md rh ie aigm I r I kit iiisii is n r r li n s Hufliiiinth esn, I stwpi nsi m r se me I il U en pr" i -in ot tie r lib r Hit seuu.il to fill- ,nL, ln( ,n mm lm Ui uon led md peude I sen i m un n4 o lltlim r ir s t u -----------------____ r 1 n i- is i llspltcbtd B'liilit I h, Limph I 101 ul irl in 1 I" 1" Illlir JeuklUh PVtrM II _I...... i. Ill Vi ill H Uy ti lu-h n it L t id l U n 1 s i u m i in I M u. ll .k l I K Niw ik I 1 ll i 111 V u AJ i iu u r in im ftiin. h v f t i ir niiihtim s x h ln ,h "in 11 Jl i 3 w u i, but hui ,th v, ls t iiit n -ntr I -M f out L l 1 w l i In i i Suin s i, 1 ,r iv ,e t m ]'Ji" npin M 'V I 1 LJ I ll WUt lllhJ 1 H I His t (IT Ule u )1 li t l i i ID ve Mr. 81. Nicholas, Santa Claus, THE EEIE STOKE! He LUH one Headq lartera, and that ia here. The many gained at this home make him more and moie attuheii to it every year. Here ia the Biggest most complete Stock of Toys and ChilJren'a Presents that you'll see auv where Mechanical Toys and Engines, Dolts and Soils' Furniture, Ca-ts, Wagons, Sleighs, Toboggans, Carriages. Cradles, Trunks and Bedroom Sets, Guns, Drums, Gimts, Plush Goods, Toilet Sets, Collar and Cuff Rocking; Horses, Rocking Chairs, The mos; Suoerb Line of Silk and Linen Fancy Handkerchief and Mufflers for Ladies and Gentlemen. FancyBaskeis, Albums and Scrap Books, Jewelry Ribbons, Etc null "en s n j ls u 1 i n n mrsnit At P'r til ii i HI t n_ mi i he ie tmi n cu tin i IPIS ib mil ined in loecorssi I e n liu 1 01 t rl ll re b u tomplettiv i i r leen _- uh ben n i ill 1111 e I ft D< irh il IS f 1 t V it lw nil IL i t- tiii-.y l_Ulli (JltTlt-lV I t Uien Jump d .uto.dllmrv na L- PM in v to ie r ,ci i L to be l c nl dbr lte "lrl m readl r'" "n K U-i s 'C V Ot tUe T rM, er Lie ,t I, nkms riiteMdu, n, biscast MS time of m "s" 'I" i, G' "l tiffltir ,skel to ber m i tV ab mdoned tba ene 1 n rci tile mm l noise um Ihim lie could ictbu v r m dmrnolla Micbml C, m IL mq.uittril tbeitbitl u ,1, f ot e tj _____________ f.i (in illiri nil ruis no i d 1. i 1L w-is Ur d------------------------- no 111 tin j ,t rll( patr, k llr MI Pins the niont s, nr to the ir uk to b u a A c where. 1 badt rmru Tulor. witj iln i u tu ulluu tue Jtior piircnubin i I B. C A CO X Lion street. ut m-rii Uamwire Waiu. Lc U Puultr IPI t- -jti ijfiD. u, Wtire. i. a per il l -shtr AUi.WuiLj.Qg P-unt tna KLLlNu. aiiui 1 Uu( bl lOLt- It in I cor iaml anil liuir ito n Vrninu Maiiut r i alone tal ae e ui 1 J hoot tiunL H nakj, lints ii ran lies. i iu r ato'-e i r F any FOR Tin HIS FATHER I t H t ie t n u iu i b nl of rm m Hubert W irrun H in it Mmli i K N Dei Iln ni il of i 11 i 1 e u ild b tor 1 h i i t r i Fi ink u "I 'i 1 ie t j ts LI a iv be t is otcumpd n i n v i id foui men i in n l it it adj nirumi it of 1 s. u i t n is i t a n_ mini i 1 v s i, i p ui hi t Hi T i r liis i> l f m litti_.m. in 1 tin n tor k i'n_ r ill elt urpuis l I u il 1 i i u n is ci 1 n m ni s n n c m ct eiit it is i i' 'il in 11 km ie I -it it Jine '-'ist h m, b line md nil a qu ir-el ii f o el ik n he morn lit; i u w LS shot donu 1 his -on ET t n ho el i med his i h r w ia ity- sii1 114 Ii s mother in! hut hui il i >n i m foi i--s t mei The bov ad n i i1 lie s on il J UtriOKiJ Ml t-eiltia, ;Ul ITS ucner-li i i in _ in I Ueat c.- it. t rr, 1. ft, -i e lent, Jiul t, 3U i-p on x n to Tud.. m W DulKiM f N i Di e t rtiiUme i s iiti 14 nci  f the It. ill j u. i no leiiveg ins 01 ot tbe Idih) U_ml ir t e in P1'" lee i ineut 1 ne wounded rob- u iti ti, tin t eniorswts listussid md b i si nun is JjunCirbett He u thi m um is of the Id iho -ftuDrs Ki r w n o r e lcf The other >i-w loi't PI, f t. Ii m e (Miwp ml onnell) tveie n nrpilro tn niruir i tun are N UK a tit tiinn tt.ein nmil 40s ml ti ttimb U m u m iice cirtlts ind iLnr ju n. t n. Bill i nli ibi ints f ni n (-h u is i n i 0 o k j ir I uttber N M is is i 1 ed 'lu t u e r s mr u o he lug gntn i nu in' i ivi, I med to 1 e on rue a ih -rtn irt 4 n p nonce rh it hi ml tlit sin itt ifrertnp iinninu; IIOQI ro d i u up tne tin inciiil nil Ibetleitira b 11 n is, tike i up and Mt Hiseo k iu I Mr Hoar spoke la support ot It ant ECHOES FROM THE TRACK lite DEMANDS DEEMED UNJ JST u s-hert yra- u II Ira- Bil- op t ule 1 Fibun Fib si I.OR I 1 J tl II N O 9p ni, in n i N vi i I il s utj l l f virtue ind J bi ug tntd oy his b-tthren to see whether bt is wjitli} to jtclabsetl ibeoi But tbt prwpea )f his retnm- ing us mtmoersii p look, yery dubious it oreseat D ed las, aiRht at 10 clock Georte agi-d J tyean and t! inoatha He was of M' Ge )rn'5 bhwait? of Frcdo na The tuneia! wi I take pUct torn ir o-w morninc at tht Sacred H ur hurcliat ume oeUtk 111 his u m- invittd to attend Hi lied )t typhoid pneumonia after a sit k ntts oi u aay and a half _ n l r mi y st irt L Gniietl His Misery in Death CHII Det a col uini iirii uet ijr a col lection ueut, in the employ ot ma bi other u m-lan E. H Hoffman a clear dealer McDnUFl or i irk, Mass who was ji lied himself with i revolver in Ins wanuerm, iboui the streets of this l f LO Dec 30 t r- ;j on ellihers 5 b H) tor, eumm n lo goo killed himstlf with a revolver in bis UL1ia :.-nway room it the torneroi Clark and Cht-tnut, h'1' t iro ic badly gashed died "HEEP LAVES-Choice to eiti-i I ..reet, He bin been ih.nk ng hiaMly "-de aa ,1 l I miri H is otinnnilanr nn ri... tiu mtii till Ueni SIC On tUTt Tpac__.. JBWUJLKT! fit. But he A iron Ka Irnu i jit( jjopainng a specialty Frank F atepl. SJ E Third i HUCKKB, M.tfClin3t Tailor, 318 (tutral x r ,i i 1 Ui't Pi l I e h B I li n i s i of c itr Ji Pohte Blen- ll- T is 1 1.11 he of tho Mil -C 't ru tnm-iim md while emp' n, t m n i ui w is r.on. That K. Hams tepainngiiall tiniLuuc I f )i he ,u t i s vith a I 1 >e, I to b M Oil I ,1 ou >_, ,t v HI Ub me., d K[ ,3 the ar est his caused mueii and esponiienTon aTcolinrot anr" mm LI" tler" slt ou thlt be was r 'e iith spent all bis m dissip it on. at 1 J e men m Hyrfs Park, Dec -ui O i h un of 19 wno ouc ms throat and robbed hm s e I l! _ l H Fierce Snow fetorm in n 1-1 >l] ST AI.B-INS Vt, Dec 30 nercest Koimil triuitv of Tram Wreokfnii tn n b of storm of tne_season prevailed heie jester- _ T Dec 30 -The trial of John Tile Clab'a Hop The Hirkoi-yhnist Uu j held Us aer ond bop at the A'omui Luion Hull last nifrat It was very pleasant and About twen yflve coupks were present and spent the evening dancme 10 a prjgrimme of seventeen aum! us tarntsht I bv Manila There w tie se-rtral present from abtoau amoDtf tliem Migs Shofner rf Heaw {3 70 aeilium and "'lver CreLk wanvsningM s Qco. b-jfoo "U lorkera, piss, i no lo fun coi t of tne season prevailed heie jester- IBOI T Dec 30 -The trial of John Buffalo Hay Market ib-i ed .n IPS foi the Md the "TV" tue accused BUFFAU, Dec SX PdSEC j, of in -ne s ,nd The ,n tlle 3Olltfa "a n W rci n 1S couUuded last 1 t mothy new per toa. lift" ensiui sus: lnd roaUa and a portion of the ni_ut T' e t ue w a ,rnen to the mry at 2 do- 'ommon ixe.1, Buffrii --------------------_ railroads are badlv drifted It is still S itoik. uuran imoara il summme ua e gr A. baled hay x t ,i teavily, but tho wind haa by Juuge Gnlliti. 10 10 B. m. the lurV SBOOa Cn-t P, He M_ r Z u t, SUtaded MM limn Ent Herald, last night Lake Shore DQJPT POE5ET i. H.ima repainngiiall iumlo.auc res, acitoors, locks, keya rerolvera f mocniaes, tarpei nwoensrs, Uu wnngers. awn mowers, dkacci.hajud-ilcils 11 flllog anil m IUOL a; .n> It K 1 u tkuupnotnere Ui" ni eKenivi: 4U Passenger ing of eusme took me fatt mail train from ,n 1 U Ihe time s 2 hours and H p m the euijinc cab Muiray made -he SUPERIOR taking Powden The Official Eeporta of the United States Sovemment, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, New Jersey Commission, 1889, Ohio Food Commission, 1887, prove that Cleveland'8 is THE STRONGEST of all the pure" cream of tartw biking powders SALYEH The Tailor HAS A.DDKD A COMPLETE LINE OF whatever theto strength, ohouw bo avoided an Injurtouifc CALL AND EXAMINE. 226 CENTBAL SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT VVT acuvt- rallable VY tn MO monthly witll ircTOMD. la i tiin n iMITH, P'JRSFIES ELOOD 5 IJ 3 .IcCOMHENDZD ZJ THYSICIAMS i a 1 other rcpi u s f ct t r fit )ir, a- and Kidvty Dis- F lou-sindj g-atef illy testify t ivc-ined, s lu.orte Re- nt Satai T ii r Lues To irs the oi Dr kenneJj. s Tavonte .1 inecly has Proi cd a R, alBkssing SI QQ bottle, 6 for 00. All Dealers llliMniCMl I n t'Krt'n hs naniloi! tilth i "i. 3AVID KEMNEDf CCRPOSATSON, TJ N. y. CHAMBERS FRASRE, TAILORS. iooin No 6, (jf-rman Ina. B I'g. N. Y SOLID AJfD PLATXD. DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY, LEVTDER GOODS, CLOCKS, ETC. HEADQTJAKTEE3 ARB AT C. C. PENFOLD'S, BIFFALO S.Y. J. CO., OF CFHSE MS W FIOTE DEblGVS AXD ESTIMATES niglif 1 on tppl JFTarrt wood work s cmlty SOT BRACE UP, MAN! Certain dliordera of MKH nuke thmn Blua. too Mion IOUB JEW IOOK t Wmsfumm" im mnioAi oo ivbu.'b f HffVE SOME STYLE! Closing Out Sale of Holiday Goods. Monroe SPAPLRl W SPAPLRl   

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