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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 31, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               Highest of all in Leavening S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. IN TWO MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF PROPERTY DESTROYED. REPRESENTATIVE JSIWE33 HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. AM.lV M .nil km if l.i.-inkt i he M-chiiiiK-al hlinkirk I'ruitn L UlKHOliO, 2i, i ri.ii.1 for lll'Mlile 'ntol Tilli iiKADY STJLKTTO. OUNG ITALIAN MURDEROUSLY -.SSAULTED. tvi C.in I'-.l to M V mi AM w ..lesitlc .in Us entr.il veniiu retail li'iiicr in 1 imru-'l m I i ii A! v tiuTKj.. J il Livery 'in. I n. Victor Iti.li-r. '1-J-. anil 3.i7 Lion reel. t V> Lni tITY KKi: SliOl' SaKle. I' Litke .ilmie Xaiinn l.untcr in I Tl.ir.l Htrecli. foreign .ui'I DOIBIMI ic tgiim. i cum A llni- sloi-k t Uaily in the County. lleil .uivertismg UNKUtK KNGINKrtlUNti COM NY. Suilm I'.ipi'lc. aumilucturerool Luginun, Unile'-s, I'ull. ai.'utiiiK llangerti, I'.uteins, CttoUugs, mill Mui-hind Work mMer. U.NKIKK MllI'.T CO., .mn Ociilui riicci, -Mamitacliin.ro nil.I "Utmlurl." [icrlecl JvltLB .slnrU. Oil suit; 111 Jill It'.UlllIJi fill III II' -lot in. jtn-1 ilry yixi'ic UoiiBiM in Incik'r'.. nu.H MI slieei i Hour, htcil, ull, Ji.ilud Hay, I 1-.I1- Illiri.L, JI JJti'iit l.i.oy ln.tlat-s. t '..lit .Jill o.'l iui ,u Li-it- l.i ui! tr.uus John I. Mm-i.liy, I'lop. use turi.Hurc, I'U't'.lre Kimu .J h i HUM struct. Li, jinct Waic nliil ilc to or'ltir. U. MATf K-.ON CO., ,101 U-r.trul'Avu., ,t To i.t KashiOii ;unl laentleej Af.i.i.1, Vl'iClM Ui. tTlN  Dunkirk i'rintiuj; fuiniia o anil Id tl. aecoiut Su H. VAN HUKEN 4 SOA, Kire I, tj Accident .mil General liisitruu IK in Uca! c.9t.ltu duil Limii3. i'.iriiuu attention p.'iul 10 Hie c.tre of lu-ojiurty i-ollc nj r. uta Ac. '2111 Center St.. -nit ilour. "I ONKOE's I'llAiifllACV, JOtf central AVOUUU t., i.iuarlers for Wail I'apcr Oils, i J. W.( i Lftiutur direct, Mauufacturur ami dealer in Ilai'iiuSd. "Mi Collars, Truukd.Whiph, UulT.iio I ttoibi Cuvura Alutciidtind oleign i 17 Kttst Third strtct, iiiuiiaole Tailor. Gentlemen wiiJ ilaU it lu r attvuuUige to cali ou mo before purchasing li. C.LliV Jt CO., -T-W Liiuasttuct. Hardware, White Loiui.Oils.l'a.'ntor's Ou Clouio, lira LI to Wuro. A iiiiaiuo Pa, ctanU rtlonrai: range. KULINO, such blaufc-liookd, ledgers, and uil km.lsoi Olankailoiie.it Company, a .in.l ID K. Souoml at. UDUOLl'll .UOL.1IENH IU EB, 'i'luril aii'l BuQalo Uoaier in Gr.uiiu-, .M.irliie, >.afgmir liuiuliug stone. Cull ou me iclo're hu four aulu-walk. K Jk CO., 7 and i> Kaat front street. Whisky, Wiuua, al Liquor store for iaiuly Use. J. liljfFOKO, J01 Ountlill AVC. O General Insuranee and Iteal Ageiiu Fire, Lile, Aoculent. ami riv iDBUrtince. attention lo ouyt selling Keal Kstate. OW.NE ti 1S1SHO1', Attornejs aud Counselora-at-Lnw. 226 Centrfil A t-XtClo, Poultry! 7J L. Tum Me_l M.ir ais, LarU, cor. Deer. et. trcsh, Suit w-11 w JBny M-" Aurorn Uaili-oad Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frank F. Stapf. 88 E. Third st BL MOCKER, Merchant 316 Central Avenue DOH'T FOSGET That K. Hams does repairingoiai! as knives, scisaore, keys rerolvers, gun. machmes. carpel sweeDCrs, clothi.- cxowcrs, uro- and setting saws in lua, -n-.ny s not here meiitioneiL a call at salh) l.y Hi, Iti oilier- Vli-llm In a u, <-oiiilltlon InCtirlutml Wii- (o Ljniili the Would-be 'JliiiAiisalliinl Cupl urcd AJtor Iiaiian named Vilo Corbo plunged bis stiletto i breast of Olio Consnllo, a youth ol I.', years, and brother-in-law of tlm .iss.i .SIM, .Monday morning. Tlieslab- next door to police head- quarters. The qmet of ihe big corndorat biadrjiiarters was i udc.ly disturlie 1 about by cries ot ".Murder! Police'" from a man who had 1 wildly tlic: stoop on the .Mntt stieel side and sluclchis head inside Ihc hHicj-i.i" doois. Instantly there was a of every one in the eoiri.lor Thj_Jilock on .Motl street, be- tween IIoiisu, and Ijleeckcr streets, is one of tho most, densely populated in the cny, and by tin, timi! the echo of the cry of murder bad died away every man, worn in and child had tumbled out, of the biK, dirty tenements like hees from hives. The sireet anil sidewalks wore swarming liiiinanily inriiKsanil dirt and tha tide seemed to set towards Bleeckerstreet, where, bclweeu Molt and .Mulberry streets, an anKry crowd had surrounded n medium-s'zed fellow, wuariiiK dirly summer suit of clothes and n slouch hat drawn well down over his vicious-looking face. In his rmht hand be still clutched a liloody dimucr, IlioiiKli the blade win hidden up bw coat slecvo. Tbe most dem- onstrative in tlie ciowd, which bad v.Mlied to several hundred, were tbe women, who showered invcelnes and to jrevant thn .rtriioture from ftilllnir on distant builellasn anj ttm-i spimillnir tUs flames, and to prevent tlm totnl dfatruo- tion of the church itsnlf. Tl.o munoenvro was successful in both respi'cts, aud ths gallant ti rumen received weil-merued ap- plause from tnu admiring throng ot spec- taiorn. A severe snrwstorm prevailed while the conflagration was in nnd at the men were, Hlruosi h'mded the driving sleot. Many ol the men were badly fn.'Beu and it is feared that, in some wises tbe toe.s and lingcia will have to be aiunu- tnted. Th" Bro'viiin? society will observe to- ammvisury of the Imrial ef their pinn n saint. 1; -owiilnn's voice will to them, not exactly from the hul frcj'ii u phonogr.nih which Col. Gourad will manipulate for their delcc ta Then bas, it may he said in this connection, n falling off of tho Krowning cult since the death of the abstruse poet nnd it does not seem likely that the vari- ou-i braiiLhcs of the vociutv will be able to keep up Hic.r memljcrsLip for another year 'I h s n not lo sav chut the popu- larity of author o[ Pippa. Passes is on the wane. Un the contrary his pooms continue to have a wide sale. But the or- attempt tn tind esoteric iiiBanini; in his more obscure utterances is losing The Hie unship Scot, intended for ths Afno'in w.isbiiinclieil un the Clyde. She is -ifiti feet Ion..', and has been con- structed on ihe latest unmoved Amnni; the intcrcstini; innovations is an automatic bv which in ease of to the ni.teliinery her engines will lie slop-ied ar onee. '1'his device win snwstod by tin- ,u cident to the City of no firemen or (ire present" I __ Immense crowds pal hem! over the 7115 eneountei' occur i eel Ht Tipoer.iry b'tween the nellites and anli-Parneilriis. nuriiii; .1 Kallurinp nt people, bent on all c "lle r" thai they could see of the latest wholesale llsl''i- 1 deslruction of property by lire. As the fire progressed it spread to tho lieadqunriers of tlie Salvation army, ilium uatiriK thai red painted bniidiui- in j a most ominous manner. The Salvation- I worked like beavers to place the I records and other property of the army in a piece ol safely. j All the buildings from the corner of t j Bennett's hill to 135 Victoria street, are I Kill ted, smouldering, red ruins, with I scorched blackened shells around thorn, j All this mill was done -n .spite of tbe 1 presence of twenty steam fire engines, two lire escapes and a number of several Valuable Houspg Re- rtucpfl to a of Smoking Kuina. Ralvatlon Army Htmdfjiiai t.-rs liaJly Scoiclied Ftimuus Church DcHlinvrti Flrolncil Uiully Hnildl- i Origin of Hie Fire. Der. terrific coi.flagra- tlon fiUriid in this city lit 3 o'clock 1 a-lttinoon The scene of the fire is In Queen Viuinru and Thames nlreets, nuai rll-iekfriar's bridge, ilany big ware houses and wliolosiileestablishniDtits were deslroj-ed. Jouireen fire engines were soon on the spot, and the firemen did their utmost, but with littlu success to cheek the course of Hie flames. A liijjh wind was blowing, and it materially added to the fury of tha flames, while hindering the firemen in Hielr elToris lo save pioperty. Tenlble shci.l.s of flame and clouds of hot Kinoke were frequently hurled dan- tfuonsly near the stniKtdiiiK firemen, I who met with little or no success with the flrfv eli menl. The, wholesale fur nmiinfai lory of Jfevillon Fn-n-s, extend- ing from 127 10 141 Queen Victoria street, was doomed after the file gained headway. Following this a paper ware house, a number of fancy woods stores and the (iulcher Kleel rli; Light Power company were desiroyed. Flames spreinl rapidly on nil sides. MS if there Thames and in the .streets down to the river, where a yood view of the conflagra- tion could be had. The house lops seemed to be .ilive I he ftiinini] of tlie late Writ, llonry IV Van liuren was lield at the home of Mis. Otiurlcs U JlanU, n.3r daughter .in Tuesday afternoon at two o'clm-k. It conduclcU by the Rev David I! E.'oy of the Piehhytcrii.n churcli. her pasioi. The XXIII P.sf.lm and ilie XLV clmptcrof Jolin. two favorite jmsmiK vrere read and prayer WHS offered. The hymns "Abide wiUi anil in the iirm" of Jesus" were by u (omiiulini: of S i.iiii and Aincliu Hctiscr and Mestis. C. K. W. AbreDH ami tlunry Weiler. Mr. Eddy made home yurj n-iate and sym pathetic remarks. The burial was pri- vate. The remains WCTC Ukcn from the; house by grandi hiidren, Truman C, Van Burtn, J, Lyman Vna Bnren, Jmntt H. Van Huron uud RobiMt J. Gtotd. I'ho pallbearert, wcie old lesideulo an 1 fricudt: C Siniih, Dr. ,1 T. VVillianiB. M-ijor C. i< Abcll, U L. (Jaiy, Louis and (iiiurgc II. Abell The Keurlngln tlietslrent Jtailwaj UK hurt J'he n 11-1'm hellite-j were In the majority, and pruposid m i-h ni'.te ihe name of Pur- nell street in Xew Tipper.try. H irrliiKlnn C'nnilpiniiq I inici-lcnn 1'ren Dfr.l.l T) e a ineeMiiK of the lei'tue 'limoihy i said lh.it I he A-Meric.in j ,s did itsu< nost lo sdiKe (loivn Pm-ne'l, bul Amenian aii.iienees would not listen lo a inti'i ho raided his voice ii'jt.tiiis; I'.nrnll I[ -v.is round en t that If.nnessy would be i n-i'Hted. The niiuori'y w. M. willing to acuiit any com- prnmis" ihnt ifi-sc rs. O'Cnin and Paiuell would ayree upon old "Manual" lire enfines upon the scene, The lire originated in the bnildim? occu- pied by C. Davidson Sons' paper and paper felt manufacturers and paper bar- j milkers at Queen Victoria street. This "Hold-i-him! Him kill! him killl" were the cites on every side, Init no one dared lake hold of the fellow. as he was about to make ;i dash for li'ertv, Ch iries A (irant. chief clerk to Commissioner McClave, bore down Hie erowd rind, plunging into its midst, seiK-M the by the throat, and the C-KIW d, now I hor'.uithly lutuiinU ciu-eh abmu thc (MO. Hut A Spolnsco of th'-ISroadwiy a Hercules in sixu and slre'iKtb, came to Grant's relief, and together they diatiLted Italian back tlirotiah the Mott "Him kill-n nuiii; kill-n brnllioi-1" criod some of the Imrc-liciuli-a women us they lc'1 the wiiy to police lu-iulfjimitors. There the sidewalk-, and sliout were htenilly clinked Imin.uiity. and tlirough this throng the priso'iiT w wedded by his cnp'ors Then they lintiled him ihronrh n lonir, I'urk, foiil-sm, liall- way, up three flu-liN of windllig stairs ninl lici.cv nu o a i ir room. 'Ilii'U', on a lied, in n pool of blood, lay Corlms Menu, while the room wns p.ukel wiili Irieads of the latter At of thu wounded boy in his In-.'d tocsdipu fioin what bo ed would be a -econd atlaek, but lii'intt iv.issiired of hm bafoly. he luebly said. "He cuti i and pointed at his assailant. Afier the identilieation, OITi- Spnl.isco n.id Schick took the prisoner to tlm Central ollke, and there 1m was turned over to a ileteonva from tlie llul- Ijerrvblreet station, who took him to the Tombs poli  bet> who a so carrii d levolvers. The rob- bers becurjd a! out s-tOO in money, a waich and other aiuc'.es oC value As tho robbers lejt the -tore Fctterer fired a shot at them, which iho burtjlara returned but neii her took effect. The police have not yet located tbe robbers. Gustavus dead. btreet. H was a lurye structure and was completely as was iilso that of Adcilph Franeau Co., manufacturer-! of pipes and importers of tobacco, at 131 Queen Victoria street. Old St. B.'tiet's chin oh, Paul's wharf, a famous Welsh church, caught fire, its forming one of the most stiikuiK features of the terrible scene The firemen at one tune obtained control of tin names ai this point, and the cou- was for a time amMcd. At 5 p. m. st. Kenet's ehnreh au'aiii oauidit fire and was completely destroyed. The firemen saved the Salvation Army'i headcjuai-teis. The fire filially burned its'-If out. The department with twenty-nine Klill pourim; water sniouldcriug debuo A rough estimate of the daminrc places the amount at but M.UOO.OOO may eventually prove to bat ho loss. Queen Victoria sti eet is aeon, par.itively nc-i thoronuhfare. It wns cut fiomnc'tr the .Mansion house and Bank of Kiv'land rhiT.HL'b Cannon street, and runs dmKou- .illy in a Muithwcsiirly ilircclion toward the Thames embankment at Bbu kfriars bridge. Upper Thames street parallels C inuon stieot and follows tho lino of the Uiver 'J'hames to Blackfriara bridge. Along the north side of the street were manv big ware houses and wholesale es- tablishments, and on the south side, ware houses and wharves. St. Paul's, wharf is one of Ihe largest landing places for mer- chandise and passenuers on the river front between lllnckfriars and London bi nines. St. iienet's chinch was a quaint Did buildi-iK, one of the oldest churches m thecitv. It had n sti-eple which oidd be seen at a considerable distance The scene of the fire was very close to fit. Paul's cathedral, beinij only a short distance, towards the river. While a laiKG poition of the fire brigade was occupied in uith the fire iu Queen Victoi in street, anotherseiioiiscon- H-iKi'atioii was raging m the sulmib of Hackney, sixteen engines being engaged in the attempt to subdue it. The prop- erty distroyed in this locality was the uorks of Cnrlcss Leonard, benxine re- liners and nanlitha distillers. There were 10.000 gallons of .spirits stored in the tanks underneath Ihe buildings, and vilule the fire was in progress several of these exploded with great force, injuring nmbei of persuns and terrorizing the population ol the vicinity. The shock of the explosion was plainly felt at points in London the miles distant. Tlie works were intiruly destroyed, together with some adjacent buildings The loss is very Mr. I'lirni'll's i'ropomil. LONDON, Den. Pall M-ill Ga- j zclti-publisher a staleiiip.it th it Mr. r.ir- neil propnsi i at the eu' linnce with Xr. O'Hiien that lie should lie formally re- elected bv whole, as a prelude to bis retiienient until the ge leral election. An inquiry sent, lo liouaij-ne elicits the response-thai The Gazette's statement is nnaui horize-d BlKlls, HI conlii in, the statement of me Taebhut, that liarnn StoKes believe! Emm I'ashn w is determined to push his expedition on to the mountains of the .Moon, m viola- tion of his m.'i-ncuons. and that this lei) to Emin'.s lec.ill. There was a bearing before the State Kailroad Commission at Albany ou Tuesday upon he application of the Dunkirk anil Kicdoma Street Hailroad for (0 ils motive power Inun horji lo electricity A BII.VH lluit another be given on the application SIKIM as the rail) oai 1 cuinpauy h in bad time lo asfenaiu and infuim ilm bonrtl w.ielhcr UK. onnipimy has obtained the uf a majority of the along the line of tho loud tlm ub uij'ff. Dr. M N't. Vernier spuki- for 'he Kuliomi, an I Holland K. Cnlideo of ibis city for lemnnblrants The vviu post pijin-l until horn lutnr'Mlay wlmn the niolioii may be rc- poatcil 'ipon proper IIDIICU given to tlu city ami town of DunkirLi and to th liaili on j IJ iminiusiunctt The of the Djaid that tin; oily and Ih-i company tliouk' come in 'ionic ngrce- ir.ent themiicUcE. the Record IIiu Itemi In thli Oily. The month will end at midnight to- QiBlH, ami with it the year will pass away. For tbe month just lapsing, tbe following is tbe record of Ihe obser- vations of thu weather (alien by Mr. Franc s B. Jackson in this city, at 7 a m., and '2 p. m., each day-the last being this afternoon: Day 7 a. m., 3 p. m .21 Day 7a.m 17......... 18 Mp.m as ao .17 20 .17 a7 .40 4o .40 a7 .as 2a .12 20 .19 as .211 21) 10 .25 an 14 33 .30 39 m. The 2..........21 18 ii.......US 85 19..... 4..........27 U7 ao........' 81 21... ciS 22 7...........ii) BO ay 8........... U 23 21 o; ....82 as 27...... V'...........Hi 30 28......... 1'i.........18 28 it...........ao as no H3 81.....'" HJ...........ai) 34 Ti e average teiiiperatinii al 7 was 2-1. Thai at2 p. in. v as HO. average for the month, taken from these two ol'tei rations, was 27, The average of maximum and minimum temperatures was ifi The lowest temperature. oorde'l during Ihe month was 7, reticbcd on b'Jtli the 8th nnd the iuib. The high OKI was 45, rcnchcd on Ihc 21sl The nmi'li wa-i the cohlcst foi nlc'80 Iliu nvui'hfii! The co dest his vc'tr buppt-n ibllVC. Till! uwnoii 3'-' The lit., turc wns 08 deques, on i y (lijnri's iiliottinij ivbal ibeitvcMi, r, lemporalurc his been lo1 each month ..f ihe present en- Year's iicrvif c. A Tliink.'givini! service for the old year will 4c lii-lt in St. Miuy's (hurcli to night at Ilia services tisiinl on Sunday will bit lidd tomorrow. 8crv coa will be hclJ tomorrow Thursday morning, at ;JO in St. Peter's Germau cLuich ou Kaglc utrect between :id and 4th. the pastni, ollbiating. Stiike A HIM., Dec moot by the s union nun the ay nu gone on st, M nst Niui-l nion nimi. Owing to the employ fedtration of nou dockers in this port havi lie illi L.ulv its llos. Her-. :3I. cle Hos. who dii'i'.'l 'it the ball in llrnssels on thc ol the battle of Waterloo, dead. if ON THE TRACK. I'll 'I St. I'll, RimlierS, Kv.m Tl.ird rue. i. pahnnnnci; j 1 out Ih rat 2, I olnm I 1'iMh line. John Jaj h.i nile Li.noly 1, Tedibnt'lon 3 tun.. I 't Arthur 1, India time, Irisjo, '1 HI' us tune. 1 mile -Aftermath 1, Quotation nn is-llarwood 1, Silleck a tune Rev. W. Kuchlci, Hei loniulit :.t Tbeie will be a Sob nn service to rigl'l at in tlic uhtiiuh of the Sitoied Hcait. Sermon, evcuinj; pravcr, bene- Gitt on and 1'e Ueuin, there will be regular pa- vices, muss at 8 p. m. aud mass with sermon HI ten. I, SCOTCH IXi'sertions STRIKERS WEAKENING, iiks Have from Their llii Tlmni. Dec. 81 Scotch railway dtrikers begin to show unmistakable si-.is of weakeninu', owl us; lo the number ofTlo- lertions from their ranks. The companies have changed their t.nt.cs, and instead of insiiiutinsavirtu.il lockout against Ihe men, they are eveiy inducement to indiiidnals to r, sumo former places. This has hit a decided effect upon the moi-L'weak-kneed of (lie strik- many of whom are beijiiiniiiij to feel ihe pressure of want, anil are panic- stricken by UK. appaieiit ability ot the companies to yet nloni; without the old foite 'j'kere is also some dis-ensions 'imong ihe ikers as to ot policy and ibis difliculty, which has existed in a slmhi decree since tbe strike began, is, a.s- sumint; importance. The nnich-abusi'd flie brigade did -some very creditable work at yesier- lay's tire. The weakness of the depart- nent is mostly in respect to defective machinery, tho men beinc excellently rained mid very brave and energetic. M'llh the same improved apparatus, they votild uol niako a bad in compa- nion witn the Xew York department. Notlrng could be better in irs way Hum ladders to the top of the steeple oC old St. Beliefs chinch, while he bitter cold benumbed the hands of ha men enijacred in the perilous ney litcrallj bad to fasten themselves to he adders to keep irum losni- th -n hold m the rungs considered impor- tant to put out the (he in the spire, both Vt l-r'is in itr.. X. J., uct.. of ?l'-sl r lee, Olmncellor MI 1; i iine, .ninl rae.', (i'.j 1 Ball-ion 5: time, 'Ih nl mie, >j' milo- Fraiuc.s I Orion S Xi neoihoiieo. nine. 1 17. Fr.mili i ice, iidle-ncail heat between Caim'i nn.l Kenw.md, TipMafY 3; time, Ki 'i t nod won Ihe i un oil in I K I i'1'i i'fc i imles-bt. Ici-hcrgZ Ke-ti.l M'lliiaie. null irlis 1, I y, time, l-.'li-'j. mis 'i, Ni.iv llsl'lt- Of lri -I r.u f. I Knn Fein I) Brn >o> o urn Tlinil nu Eul'iuV, Lnla 1 r.uiith i-.iee, MnbUiloth Governor '.I >l-w 0.-1C..11S. H'e. ,11- Foi'owing are tho i d s r.-u i s 'j fuiloiips- Uonme Annie 1 i l.-l tune. 1, Secret 2, tune, 1-17. ni Albaus 1, 1, JLuk! Hill's AMHN-Y, Lee Hill's an- nual lothe letrislaiiiro has been Wii to the slate punter. K will be more j vi luminous nan usual, nnd mil treat in a mi-.i-iurp the steteotyped miiterth.it tl.e of com- ment in the last rs. Tlie pov- I eiMor will commend the iMjrkinLjof the bell.it reform law, but s. me I nf (.itionnl s-i cgua-ds fo- i-roiectmg the rights of tin- illiterate A jusc npportmnni' nt of the in election dis- tricts is asku! f'n-. and this is 1 as significant in view of the f of j the leir.slatuie. The (tiir important scitmot be learned, but there ions are uiiinv. A Had GiuiB Cnptured. CHICAGO, Dec ot'Police.Marsh feels conddeut that in the three does under arrest he has the men who perpetrated the Aliertori robbery and who knocked dowr ami robbed an old man a week or so neai the stock yards "The description Kiven by Allerton'smessenger and by the old man of the men who'at- tacked them tits alias Hen- nessv, and Bennett said ihe chief, "and ue are m hopes Ibat we have the Vang' locked tip." A. Pentley of Elltcott is Miners Wfltt-toerannd an Increase. Dec. 31. Representatives of the Monoug-ihela river coal miners met at Monoi.nahela City and resolved to de- mand an increase, ol pay for mining coafc- 'Jl.u present late is 3 they will de- iiund cents to take effect Jan. 1. Be- i een five and six thousand are affected. The Pioneers' Annual Ball. The Pjotieer Hook ami Ladder Conis will hold lib antuial dance at thu city luill on I'ear's '1 his pauy is tht oldest m the Q aitnieiit, iindhas a record which all public spirit- ed f-hould be to honor. T. II, Stickney will serve bis friends of roast pig and luach at the Fnlare on New Ycat s day; ,'iiO Deer Countcifeit silver certificates and pieces were in circulation. A Philadelphia exchange reports ,1 casbier saying: "It is my opinion that fully 1, counterfeit Biker cciiificatca are in circulation at the prosenl time in tbe United States. To one not uccuf- tomcd to handling muaey conftumly. this counterfeit will pass every tune an fcgood note. Experts have two ways by which it can be detected. One is by the arial placed on (he face of the bill to the n'ubt of tbe centei, On a good bill tbe seal is a peculiar shade of cbocoliUc icd, while the counterfeit sen] is briichi brick led. When tlie two arc plkcedside by side this difference) iti rend iiy discerned. Tbu other sign of genu- ineness is tiro single tlneaJa which pas? tliroujli each bill from end to end. The process by which these Ihieads ure run through tbe paper is iilfo n government secret, aud the i oimteriuiturs can ilo no heltcr than to imilute il in a weak man- ner by drawing faint ink linos across the bills befoie they arc printed." many tumpeni'iire recorded UIH in null, fi i wah !l above, 'iisi tcmpcra- Tear, and for p llicrc in als, i gi 'list tea yviu a i UunUirU fur tin found mli'i-eftii IS llUld-J Up fiv' observ uions at tiikcu fioni tlic n illi I'ut '.'Old I ist "I II in is or the ill'. ill DlllBI r i n; we ithci in '.ml will lie 'lib It I', m. 'd work of Mr.  cli monih ouch J.lll 32-1 J7-M JI 111 I 2J 7 JI-7 21-7 "2 I'd) ill >li 'it I I 14 -I'.' -.11.1 vc.ir ,oo I' Mm., I.' Spr .11 147 12 3 li fu s M .1 j (is i r n ii .i i i 71 3 OV2 Ih JO I'} i (I 1 1 2 u'.' i 7d 7 (IS I 7J 1 j 71 71 Mr. SI. Nicholas, Santa Claus, THE ERIE STOKE! lie lias only one Headquarters, and that is here. The many advantages gained at this home make him more and more attached to it every year. Here is the Biggest and most complete Stock of Toys and Children's Presents that you'll see, anywhere: Mechanical Toys and Engines, Dolls and Dolls' Furniture, Carts, Wagons, Sleighs.. Toboggans, Doll Carriages, Cradles, Trunks and Bedroom Sets, Guns, Drums, Games, Plush Goods, Toilet Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxiss, Rocking Horses, Rocking Chairs, The most Superb Line of Silk and Linen Fancy Handkerchiefs and Mufflers forLadids and Gentlemen. FancyBaskets, Albums and Scrap Books, Jewelry Ribbons, Etc. taking 41 Ii (ill 71 7 (ill li 11 i "'II 122 (Oi 11-1 11 lio 521 for The avein JilHIHIj Fclircnry March September..... October...... Xovember__. Ucueir I SJ 5 0 I (S 4ii (J 50 j ;i ..t-.l 10 7 ,'i! 'il 38 ,VJ2 a? ...25.23 .'.374.T ..06.DU ..72.78 ..70.20 ..52 an ..41 S7 as. 12 The Official Reports of tho United States Government, 1889, Canadian Government, 1889, New Jersey CommisBion, 1889, Ohio Food Commission, 1887, prove that Cleveland's is THE STRONGEST of all the cream of tartar baking powders. or alum powders, whatever tholi etreugtL, should >.x> avoided uu SALYER The Tailor HAS ADDED A COMPLETE LIKE OF THE FIRES- OF Only Seventonn Alarmil in ThU The CALL AND EXAMINE. 226 CENTRAL Avi5. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AH ficllvt rollahla to monthly, with ircrnuo. t' rciirOBcnt. in limowii Boction B Now luilc Jlousii. M nnufncturor. Box 16HS, N.T. PaUjat AtWruey, eu 71U shlnKton, C opp. C. B. Patent Ol- Hce. I'utciilu, Ciivciita nu.l UO-IHUIIIM iriulo All Patent biujnuw unnilueloit mo.ioniUi InlarmaUoo Advice rufitrcncoi icntan mqnnt. Fenton's pail fWtory at Falconer wn iy in Buraace. pic-icnta below, Miro-jgh the kindness of Aasibtnnt En- gineer lictidy of the Waterworks, ah ujiial, a report of the (lies in city during tho year juwt ending. The date. owneithip ol prnperty, time of alarm, :vml nine the waterworks run, are all in- dicated: Manli 27 -Martin Kunfawa, house Mc.iUn street, First Waul. a. in, water nscil 1 hour 15 miunteo. April Mrs. Little, street Third p. in., 30 minutes. i'ire in the country, alarm for Third Ward; water lined 15 minutes. July 27-jHiiies Carroll, barn, Bennett road, Fourth Ward, 2 p. ID alarm burn, To-Day XM arkel i. itecuved ovev Wheat upe, May......... .'J71 Corn. Jliiy.........5J' Oats. Jltiy.........l.l I'ork. May .......11.20 Oil_______ 0. E, Ti rner'f Stoolt Wii Iliph. Low. C meal. H.4'1 A cour.n unnls one for business, so- ciety or anylliing else, eAepl melan- cholv icfiei lions. Dr. Bull's Cough Sy- nip cures LOUfjIis, colds, etc., thus BUS- tain'tiu one'i uscfnlneis. I'rirt d3 cents. Stiffiic.-'S in the limb1- can be cured by a few aupl eali'ins of Salvation Oil. Price 'Jo cents. for Third Wai d; 3 hours in minutes. July ill ahum for Carroll's ini II p. in '2 hours 113 mim.ies. July Jiilward Cook, I am, Leopard street. i'Mrst Waul, 5 p. m., lo iiiin utep. AugiiBt alarm, I'irst Ward, p. in no water. October Lee's ha, n, Lion street, Third Ward, outside .valcr p. m 35 in in u ton October II -Mrs. Sheehan, house, Deer street, Third Ward, .28 m.' aO minutes. October 17-John Poloyey, houno am) liaru, Leming street, F> at Ward, p. ni.; 1 hour 80 miuuleii, -N'ovcmbei iVade, barn Wrifiht street, Fourth VVard p m., 80 minutes. Novpinbor 20-False alarm, Fourth Ward, 3 p. m.; IDininuto. November Ward, p. m.; 5 minutes, uo water. November 20-Theodore Winter., house Rohm and Third, Second Ward, m.; o minutes, no water. December U-Matthias Link, house, liailruud avenue, Fourtu Ward, p. m., 20 minutes, no water. December McCarthy, house. iast Front street, First Ward, 5 a.m.: one hour. December Detmer, house Smith street, Fourth Ward, p m one hour. This is a total of 17 alarms; the small- est of any year since the record has been kept. In 1885 there were 25 alarms in 1886, 22; in 1887, 25; in 1888, 25; and year, 21. A large proportion of j Ihe alarms this yenr have been out of the 17, and 2 othert were for fires outside the limits, leaving an average of one smooth. The losses have all been small, too. The city hap been fortun- ate. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, band and machine sewed. We cany a complete line of NET- TLETON'B Fine Shoes. If you want a 71 ice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GKNTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the beat shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. A. lliirbca wiHliou to aniinncrA la lb  ,S RECOHMErJDED EV PiSYSiClAMS hen all other remedies i ;e only positive cure for Dyspepsia, '.'s'istipation. Liver and Kidney Dii- Thousands gratefully testify ''int Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Re- mc'ly lias Saved 7heir Lives. To and Daughters (even the )ounyest) Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy lias Prweda Real Blessing 1.00 bottlo; 6 for AH Dealers. PATO.y lioautlful livik-lioivtoOurc allDlo (1 a.ul KMncj MvmMS uiallwl in-e. Aildrena tills iiaixjr) DR. DAVID KENNEDY CORPORATION, KONUOVS-, H. V. OT Silver Ware! SOLID AND PLATED. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I 111 Till K GOODS, CLOCKS, ETC. DEADQUAKTEE8 ARK AT C. C. PENPOLD'S, Main St., BUFF1LO, CHAMBERS FRASER, TAILORS. Room No. Ins. BTg. BUFFALO, N. Y. MANUFACTUKlnH OF OFHCE m im mm ----DESIONS AND B8TJMATKH----- Kurnialicd on application, flanl-wood work a specialty. J4O7 UCMTKAX. AVC. it HOW D E Home chcurlly. hccaune ere ana full suffering from DKBUJTV. fit., I OUR HEW I unti-ed Tentlmoniata. WHAT AILS Closing Out Sale of Holiday Goods. Monroe   

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