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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. T., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18 B HEP tiESENTATlVE CJSINSSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. RULIXJ MACHINE (or ruling ail klniia i- tbe luujat JviilitioD fie Meclmmral Dunkirk PriaUiiir company. BB. GIFFORD, 22S and i2i Central Ave. Artletic Photographer Photoftmpnn of aeeil not wait Mimes. Bniiteg ii specialty. lor aunahiui! except fur B OOK I'r.j- IllvtNQ. No. Ill K. near Uuf- (mnkirk, N. Y. Mn BC, Pamphlets, etc., humid in all aromptlv jtttcn le.l to. AJ1 work guaranteed. BAY'S DEATH DAXCE. WIFE EXECUTED AT Arthur t Pulls j Mont of ExCriltKlll. Dav HVH i i in 0 SIGAMIST Ti LLANO. 1 fi.i- Krntal .iiinula tllB riovt "i- Tills wite at NO. no. BOODLEHS TO BE TRISD. the execution o'clock. He of thts meal set BtntCHKirS CROCKERY HOUSE, 30w Ceutral Wholeuif and rauul denier in [jc ported and domestic China. G'atiswnre, Ac. HOTEL. .____ Katcti, per day. ami UottrdliiK .Stable in connection. Victor Hiilfr, 3S3 anil 3X7 Lion roet. BARBER SHOP Chaa. Nasrle. Prop., ijniter Lake .Shore N.tUi.inii Bunk, Center anil Thinl atreeta. A fine foreign anil OnmesUc .igare. corner or.k ol I EVENING OBtEBTEB. Lurzest Daily in the Connty. An unequalled adrerQaiag medium. vCNKXKK EJIGDfEEIUMO COMPANY. Foripi ly dellew ft nodule, alanulacturorb oi Engines, Boiler, Pulleys, imuy Hangers, etc. 1'aiicrnn, Castings; anil Machine Work to onler. T OSKIKK iau'ar.i F.IN, Sevor.-il wit nu0 from i he jail yard. Dav ale break'.ist at pan onk very sparingly before him. j Hior'ly afier breakfast. Hangman Rad- ciifTi'. Uirchair.-i executioner, appeared and the arms were securely pinioned in- n stout str.in. Tiie dentil warrant was then rend to the j prisoner hv the sheriff. Day manifested littlee-nnt.oii during tba reading of tbe document. A few moments later the solemn pro- crssion started for the seatToid. As the doomed man caught stelit of theeallows mid the rope he tie.-.-tmu visibly ..un a scared, luinied look ovor- his ti-ually jjlacid countenance. Onrea hinij the gulloivs R.ulcliU'e bound Day's lens at the knees, quickly the norse ahnut the prisoner's neck and carefully r.nB knor The appar-itua wan Mi'milar to that nsed In the execuli.ni of Birchall. After a few farewell n-orda with hia spiritual udvinfr Day wan pinrH in post- of De Lary, to fall nil in .ranmu-y. Dec. E. De Lacy, Billy Jloluney an.I Charles will hiiva tu stand trial on thu I indictment for which kept f them lonif in exile. i i Tliuir several counsel appenred in general I eat-.h mane a motion that the Hgainst iiis client bo dismissed or he be I given a speedy trial. i The jti.lf.re promptly Informed them that i he won.d.loall in hia power to sen that they net a speedy trial and set all their! crises down for the third Monday in Jan- uury. OCR ASPERSED. A TERRIBLE FALL. THE ST. JAMES GAZETTE SAYS EXISTS ONLY OM PAPER. IT before f and i Coi. George Bliss represen tetl De Lacv Ch.-iries Douolme. .Moloney aad Peier A. Hemlricka, Dempsey. Oil. Fellows, who is sick in lied, sent this letter to court mid it. rend by Ass slant Dibtrict Attorney Verrum M. Dftvis: It is very apparent that I could do nothinn respect.ng tho t iul uf Uieso ,Mveus in tu" -bun or my term. If they fnonlUerer be l> ought to tiial months must necL-Munly eiapso before a Jury cou.d be se- I cured in any one of them. Before these ile- I fc-uihinro reiunieii to The Jnrisdit-tiim of this! court 1 war, or the opinion ihut perhnns jia to two of them, and e.ortaiuly as to oiiu tunra waa a d ruse t ,r the people. Of a., I steps eoiilu w until they anil I TOrrcnui-r.-d tliumsuives tu the mandiu o of tho I court. j sinee this toriK pinco [have i-xamiiifdwith' miu-h eai'e tho mis wiinofsea nn-m whom I ihe peope for n til prraeen- inn 01 ih-se mdielments ami that thu e-cum- inatitin IUL, mitlcrfM i, ,.v, lent lllM nf caa.f, coiil.l be suttainoil beinro a jury liie on.y oner, who know- it and Hint boat hiu leli tor New Yoik. The l-oy returned ro -Niiiv lorn on the .Mil mont: i he oili people rushed to the spot. Dnrkm lay on his back, am hiood ivas oozini? from a small wound in tiie back of his head. At the hospital it was said that it wn to form any idea as to how Dm-liin's injuries will result. His aknll is fractured, his hips injured and he has received severe internal injuries. There is considerable talk among line- men and others reaurdini? the cause of the accident. So ma say that Durkin took hoid of alive wire and received a shock that caused him to loose his hold npon the pule. The snrjreon in charge of tha cute says them Is no evidence of. this Othera claim that Dnrkin reached out to eaten a falling wire, but lost his balance and fell. The most prohable story is that lie was benumbed by thn cold and unable to sustain his weiuhi. Dnrkin is an ex- perienced lineman and has a good record i'or industry and sobriety. FIFTY-FIR3T CONGRESS. Appnrsiannumr, Bill Piwwed by W APIITN-OTOS, Dec. the senate 5 hili was passed providing for the aale of rhe old custom house at Erie, Pa. Tlie elections hill was ihen taken up and Mr. Dolph continued his speech in its favor. .Messrs. Eustis, Heaan. Butler and Idoaralso participated in the debate. The house di-cussed tbe apportionment oill. .Mr. Mi-R.ie's amendment to make the membership was defeated. Other and the hill was i.ST; nays, 8a. I amend'nenu were l tluuily n rhe li--.ii a .n -u-count I wan ou Jn y r> last Day married Ma'ry E. i board was a lotikui" ai-een nnuer the naineoi la-t Sundar HENKT WEJJLElfS MEW STORK, li. Thirttsu Hooka. sriUiinerv, Musical tn- aud eekl1. KHJIUI-.-, everytmrg pertaiu.nij ui .1 Ural cluad uunk itore UiMJtto u diuciuitv. Xo. i to I and his JOB of evury deacniuion ami at lowest living rales by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 K. second JH. VAN BUKKM Ji SON. Fire Life, AcculenL anil taeatral hiaanic JJc.u- am in Heal Eatate LDHIIK. L'uruuuk.1: anention jmitt lu me ctrc ol iiropfriy colleci- ng rents Jcc- Uenler -Jua iloor. ONKUK'S 300 avenue deadquarlora lor Wall Paper Pa.ut Oila, Ac. JOH Ceuter MunnfBrlurer anil Iwaler i n Harness, dad.llea. Bnillen, uollure, Trunks, Whiiu, Buffalo liohiix, HurneCfiveni Cloves MitUinu jmldlBiifli itnii-a Faan 17 Third atreet. raaluonableTailur. GtiuUumen will Una it to Cbeir iulvanujgu tu Gallon me before purcluaini: atoewfaere. PB. CAny a co., SB Lion street. General Hardware. vVaite Leail.OilB.Pai Deer's Supplier mi UluuHs. tVare. A apecial- Monroe rans'e. Artniir Flovt. He broiujhr. wif, llociie-rer anil lived wiih 'ier. (Jn .Iinv'JT Day t ink wife N'o. .'isr.'i-. Alary E. v uii> F.uls. AIT.-I- the ci-io iiji.l "taken dinner start-d lor a walk. to visit me points nf They proceeded along the ban of me river m thedirec-j tion of rtie 'A'hirinool ranitis. -Mrs. Qi; .rjnv, liet-nmini; lired. down to i-psr. anil Dav and hi- wiiV ..oniiivied I their w.-il'j. The liL-i lima .Mrs. Qniifley j sa-.v them t'lir-ih-r :h -r wern indinjon tbe bruk of i lu. ..i-.-cinu-e. looked a.-iin Dav hail liisunneared j Day reinriiffi and told his sister he had pushed hi.s wife over the b.mk and that ho wanted to be nil of her. Dnv and his sisier returned to Rochester and the Iioily tl-p. milrdere'l woman was not found until two v.-eeks later. Dav was frequ'ntiv with nightmare nficr his (.T.rae and often start- ed from las screaminu', "There -the froes. down, ilown. I see her, my God. I see her." This amused the suspicions of wife 'No. 2. nnd diseorerina that her husband's name was Day ami that ho was supposed to have another wife living, she put the case m the Lamls of the police. Search was marie for wife No. 1 and Day and hia sister were closely questioned. The latter man vho pmce to aleep, where mch are sjenerailv whilti cured a Jii.r beinrn outrh customer anproai-iied anud him. char tin- s bed time ihi' ihe hoy and tend mm he nati ro a ber'h in ihe stateroom with The inexperienced lad supposed ceiimu the triuu and soon alter tim iwo retired. Ad .soon aa rhe boy fell asleep tbe man biiunii ins nands ant feet with -trips m' imsiied a lot of t-ifisin tiraily held them with n bnudaue in u knot behind tha boy'3 in.; :s -VMIV 10 of all ti.at he hi.s li.uniied otluT The rav-.Ui.-s of and 'iiiiiir-iiuius ,n tl. Tiers have 'hated P do him no ii.irin. n he fact i like Davit; ,nd llea.v i-il .--man, hi 'iiius -mil a in- 'o fn-ioilLT .o aa nii'.y: ijiu. .ieM.end.int of rhe .......i.-ti'w.r- and r Juhn e t.i at their puny and Of Oliatetl L'iin t-ioaly f new-pa- "rra'il -yiii riiai men ..t t.i Snow Bound. PiTTSBriiG. Deo. 18.-At 3 o'clock yes- teraay atternoou business was almost sus- pended. .-MIOW conrinuad to fall until noon wbeu it turned to rain. 4t p m. tiie ,now bi-LMn to fall again. Fears areentertaini-il that rlie rivers will rise an. the banks. Three of the Mn.ilk'i- hues or rt-lroad, enteniiij the citr -i niir- trains ou the otiier roads are hours belaud time. Tho County Xmlioal Suninty. Tbe Cbautauqua County Medical So ciety met at Jameslown on Tuesday The session was called to order at p. m., by Dr. A. Waterbousc, thi; preH ident. and Dr. William M. Bemus WIIM made secretary pro turn. Tho members answered to roll call: N. G Richmond, Fredonia; T. D. Stronir, Westfleld; G. D. Marsh, Sherman; J C Lewis, Panama; 0. C. Shaw, Kennedy A. H. Bowers. J. J. Towie. Ai Water house, J. H. Wiggins, William M. Be- mils, Laban Hazeltinc, Jamusiown. Tin: Following were elected tu -.uemhersllip in the society; Morris X J. W. Morn's. Alfred T, Livingstone, R. N Bliinchard, all of Jameslown. Dr Strong, of Westflelrt, read a per on aoriety membership. Dr. N. Q Uicbmond ot Fredonia rend a paper cn- tiiledThe Physician and bis Micrnfcope. On motion of Dr. Richmond an execu- tive committee consisting of Drs. Wa- terbouee, Beinus and Richmond was ait- pointed to secure papeiH by members of tbe society for tiiu aniiiiiil meeting. A committee- consisting of Drs. Waler- jouse, Bemus and Strong wan appointed :o issue a circular letter to all members )f tbe medical profession ia tbe county, tlie necessity of following hestite laws regulating tbe practice of medicine, and inviting them to be- ome members of the society und rcL'is- er in the county clerk's office according o law. Ring lit a "Klnger." The wrestler King, wbo threw Cnp 'uwers and later 0 Grady, is a "ringer" wan suspected, according to the Erie Herald last The Herald sayv 'It now turns out that the wrestler who as been masquerading in Silver Creek nd an deorgf: King ia none tber than Robert Reaken, of Bay City, licb., who was fortunate enough to T Jimmy Faulkner some time ago. when the Buffalo man wan out of form, evertbelcss, Reakcs in a very clever restler. and is certain to come to Hu- ron t in short order, it be is not already here. Rushes ia known here. He resiled with Harvey Purker." Mr. 81. Nicholns, Santa Glaus THE EPxIE STOKE! The and and that He has only oue Headquarters, and that is here. many advantages gained at this home make him more more attached to it every year. Here is the Biggest most complete Stock of Toys and Children's Presents 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 Boxes, Rcckins HorseF, Rocking Chairs, The most Superb Line of Silk 2nd Liren Fancy Handkerchiefs and Mufflers fjrLadies and Gentlemen. FancyBaskets, Albums and Scrap Books, Jewelry" Ribbons, Etc. P-irnei; i i-liink of John Dillon' ''If yon' frightened and told the storr of all blanks donu at the crime. Dunkirk Compa i and 10 E. Second it. Jtv Cor. Third and UulTaio Sijn., in Uracite, Marble, r anil Boildiag stone. Call on me i.eiore buying your dide-waik. R co., 7 nnd it East Front street. Winea, BrAnttiBB. Liquor dtore for Kamily (lae. SAM J. 301 Central Ave. (Up General Inbiiranue nnd Ueal Eauiu; Fire. Liie. Accident, sail Lire liUGrance. atceauon Co baying uid aelUnK Keal KsUita ri OWSB ft BISHOP, Attorneys and Counselora-at-LatT. 226 Central Avenue. C. JONEM, J. 75 E. Third at, cor. Deer. iiicelaior Meal Muriel, fresh. Salt and SiuukeU Menu, Lard, aaiuageg, Oyaien and Poultry. W ATtJUES, JEWKXKX, fiay Auzura liailruatl Watch. a Frank SUipl. sa E. Third MOCKKK, Merchant Tailor, DOFT PORGE1 That k. Kamn >tttvs repainnifof ull bniTQB. locfeb, revolvers, gun. mnchinOB, carpel clom wnnicers, -awn rauwere, shaiei.hu..d slcile. ir brcllxs.almzr.inl in mi ny things ni.there mentioned. (Vive acthji al 411 street. ELYS CATARRH Cream Balrc The corpsn wng fonnrt at. the foot of the river bank. Day was taken to the dUn side to i.-K'ntify it. Ha was then arrested an-l hi'ld for mtir-ler. The proof of his cmilt positive. Ilia aists-r. Mrs Qniiflry, ynvp tlie decisive tesiimony whirli ennv Inm. The miirnerpr w.-is but 26 years of nge and rnthur rittr.iclive in person. of Murrabops1 Convention. Y.. Dec. IS Thu cna- ventinii of Kniiriirs of Afurcaiipei of rho state has jidopted a cons: imtinn wlilub eiiahlrs ii ini-nihtr to cnrry Huce. The follon-inir PHBI si-pur, cnmmaniier, J. B. McDonnell, Janu'htowu: commiunier. R. E. Go- wnndii: jtrent record ket'ppr, GBOI-IJH G. Seiuel, uiTalo; lientenii it grc-at com- mander. S. .V. Renn-ick. Frienilshin; tlniince keeper, Erlicli. vilie: inasier-at-arms, "VV. H. Harrington, Ai.iu.vr, Dec. Articles of associn- of tin- Olcan rinfe Di-pnair, cnni'mnr havebeenfiiwl in the state hankmir lie- pariineiif. The coimwny- is fonn-.-fl with acapuuof to do a salp dcpot.it liu-iii' 35 in OI-M'i. Cat'ara ig'K coimlv. The iliroct.ir? til the company for the first year an-. Mills riiirse, V. For man. Frnuic Tj. 1 nrtietr. irli's S. C.ira. iJiileon H. Sii-ontr, Xichnljis V. Finchoi, Meiv u C. Fo.lptr. Jaincs V. D. Goon James KoKev, M. Irish and John C .Ost. 'v ncii he.id. Then the robi .-r said to him: atieiupi to cry out I'll kill you.'1 The scoundrel took two rinL-s from the boy's hand, took his ailv.-r watch, his I Si-nsatimial overcual. undercoat, vest and hut and leit the stateroom. The bo.it landed in New York at S Ttiiock Monday morning uud the scoun- irel walked ashore with his ill-gotten At 6 a. m. croans were heard in ,lie staternora. when the door was opened md tlie hoy's condition was discovered He was released and the gas? taken from his month, but he could baidly stand. With u-ars streaming down his cheeks he told the story of his outrage. The po- promptly notified and two de- latest "I think Unit ,r Mr in were iiere he miiiht taKi- n niifereut view of ihinus. I a. hi-h rnuas-l tor .Mr. Dlliiin" and heiiijvv. with the metboilh ot Healy und Daviti GABrtlELLE BECOMES HYSTERICAL. li ce were rectives were put on the ease. At last accounts liiey were burning about the slums of Xew York looking for Uio man, and hail tha hoy with them for ihe pur- pose of identification. The detectives have a good description of the man. Church Gutted by Firs. XEW Doc. Christ's church (Protestant Episcopal) situated at Fifth avenue and Thirty fifth stieet, was burned lust eveninir. The church li is not been in use for church purposes MIU..B inst. sprini; and for the last, month nn immense reiiirioiis painting hag been on exhibition in the 1 as-emetit from 30 a. m. to 0 p, m. The lire wad discovered ihirt-en minutes after ihu cliurch w.-is closed at 6 o'clock anil gained ,nch rapid headway that tlm woi'K of thu firemen did litfle gdoil except to prevent the flames from wprpmiiti" The buildinu'. which was valued at UOO, was cnmpletely .rutted, nothing but the four walls -Scene Frnneh Sii-: Dec. 18. -A; Eyraud and niiirner of Xoiary inmire, Eyr.nnl si-ted in hi.s statement, that illK pard cor 'eived the details of the crime and that sue e-l the noose around tha victim's neck. ,MHe. Bouipiird denied Ey- raiul s srjitement-t. Durinu linr examination G-ahnelle was seized u-itb violent Hysterics and was car-, ried screamin-r out of crnirt. ii. Garanger. with whom Gahriclle re- turned from tan Francisco, replying to questions of tbe woman's counsel, rbut he hail often Uvuioinzed her and that she wns a remarkably impressionable sub- ject for such the Trial uf tho f.i-s In tuu trial of Michael Eampard tor the pur- A Fire In Chicago. rip js._Tim new Burton Ulii'-ic at the corner of Van Burou and (.linioa stivers was. exception of narrow -eciions, rompieteiy .lestroved by firr- L-.at, uiiiiit. I'iu- emirsj loss wt'll not fa.I niiica -..ini-t aivuied amonic .1. ICorrou. Kosenilml. Rivor .--hue company and O'Donohue'a bindery. Troops Lc.iive fur tho Front. DJC. 18.-The Seventeenth IU.-D for the front, taking t.ie tram at thirty minutes' notice. There in e seven eompame-, commanded by Col. Offttiy, au Indian oi tuirty years' experience. Most of the officers and men have in thu .-laid be-ora. '1 hey ex- pect to be gone thirty days. F.dwuril Lawaiiu 'N-, N. Y., Dec. 18.-Edward Law- son who attemp.-d to kill his wife am, ihen snot himseif.JlieU Lawson a brother 01 the late Sheriff Lawson of bne county. Mrs. L.-uvsou will recover Flrnt Dance of the Uickeirylmrst Chili. The HicUdryhnm Club held fl-st ance cm Wednesday nighl. at the men's Union Hail, uud it was very pleiis--- ant and a great success. About thirty couplea were present, and a programme of twenty dances was carried out, to music by Merrill's orcheslra. The sm> OiJSB was eo great that the club will hold a series of dancen. The iloor ilireclur last night was Mr. W. C. Fuller; aides. Messrs. F. C. L.F. Steams, A.C. Alleubrand, M. Kvarts; reception ccmmittees, B. 0. Horton, Geo. R. Car- win, A. W. Deland, F. D. Light, C. E. Whelpton. Cunning, but Tricky. MMONIA powders claim to il be "free from etc. Alum powders claim to be free from etc. Instead of saying what their baking pow- ders don't contain, why not state what they do contain All that is used in Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is pure cream of tartar, pure bicarbonate of soda, and a little flour to pre- serve the strength. lanrf Baking Powder Co., 81 eacn noatnland in Price 30 cents at 1 >v man- Sir Warren Negro Itiivislifr Arre-ted. Conn., Dec. J-'rank James anil known a U'ei'" James, criminally assaulted thfi 10- danghier of Mitchcil in i: .rn. The wna arrested ami he'ii in ffi.fKXJ bail for trial. The vouiiitiou is quite serious. Dn BULL'S Baby Synin is recom- meniled by all dealers aa heinit a purely vegelabh'. relinhle nnd safe ijit'par.ilion for lialiies. Price only 25 cents. "Dnn't expect ID gut rich too and (Inn't expect ti) cure oathrrli or 'in- fluenza in half a day; but Old Saul's Catarrh Cure and note tlie improvement that will at occe follow. i A Murdnrnr ths PLAINS. Mo.. Dec. 18 Consider- able excitement prevails at Snmmerville, a small vilhiire near here. Some time aeo a man liviuu near the town snot and killed the marshal, who w.-is tryins 10 piac- him under arrest. The miinFerer esraped to his home, behind which is a cave in which he is now armed to rlir fpptli -mil boasts that there nre not men in tlie state to rapt-.ire him. He has a small terrier dog chained near the entrance to the cave which gives the alarm when anv oneapproncae-. A iar're reward i.s otfered for his capture. Renatoihil Deiullnck in Iowa. BOISK. Idaho, Dec. 'louses of the Idaho legislature met in joint session at noon I'e.sterday and proceeded to hallot for United States senator. Two ballots were taken -uid no elei-tion havinij been made an adjournment w is taken until to- day. Tlie vote was as follows. First lial- lot: Dniiois IT, Shoup 9. McCunnell S. S, Steveusod fdeoi.) 7, -em.i 3. Second bailor: Dtlbois 17. Shonp lo. 5, Clagsett 8, Steveason 0, May he-, v 0. DnnnhitB Wins the Chtimploinhlp. X. Y.. Dec. i8.-In the )skarinit tournament here, Antl-Pni-nellites Hooted. CORK, Dec. Many pnest.s and prom- inent, citizens attended the McCarth? meeiinu' here. ons were adopted ajiprovini; the call for the transfer of the si ares in United Ireland to Mr. JIc- C.ii-rhv. Mr. Sexton declared that, Mr. O'Brien was rnturninu with a broken Parnell would he .s'ltisfied with notliinic but the ahjeetest stilimissiou to his dictation. A? the memliers were inu the meptiin: a crond of I'arndlites I hooted tiieai and attempted to attack them, hut the police interfered maia- taiued order. Italy'? Foreign Puliey Attacked. ROMF.. Dec. the chamber oi depu- ties Siinim- Imbriani severely att.ieked the COvernmeMt's foreign policy. Premier m reply, declared that the only policy of Italv was thuc of alliances capa- ble of maintaining [f adiance had been on an ofl'en- sive baai- ins-fan ot i en pence there would have- been war ionir .mo. The alliance the three powers also preventod oilier nat.on? from'fjherishinij offen-i-'e Si-nor Crispi den'ied that Iiair inrend.-, to ivassaia Sow York Honey Stnrket. NKW YIIHK. Deo. la Moner ea---y at 3 per cent. The lowest raw was and the hiirhiist 4 per cent. EichaniiB ste.idy: t-iwted ratra. actiuil 3-t.7fiMa4.70 for aixtrdZr bills, und for ilemaml. Irm-.-i-nmivit bunds -teady: curronoy te. 1.1.1: 13 ronpon. US bill; tly, do, bill. Faeillc railroad hnniis: Union firsts. hid: no sinkiot; tunds. 1.08 bid: Centrals. I li Old. Varlc Produce BxcllBiiva. N'KIV YOEU, Deo. 18. FLOfR-Fairly active. Fine erades of spnnsf, dn super fine spriiiu, Su.lj-.ilj.io. ao ivinter. J3.23, extra Nil. U suring. ii( raa, ilir Inaily lower. Spot sales of Xo red winter Xo. red. WccaSLOO: No. 2 red winter. Do.- il.msjj; do Jan., SL08: do Marcn. SUKijg; do .May. ti'rj. CUR.s F.tirly a- tivo and firm. Spnt lota firmer. Spot saioa of Xo. J mixed, We: steamer yellow, itfe So. 2 mi-red Jan do Feb.. bin arm. Spot lota Me better Spot Bali's of Xo. 1 white. No 2 do' Xo. Imix-ei, No. ido. Xo Dec., ilo Jan., do May. mixed B.'.RLF.Y-Xominal. POKlC-LiiU: mess. Jll.0-vai2.2S. advance; S8.IS: ieu.. li.xT: Murcb, Sti.w. BUTTEU-Flnn: eastern creamoty 2Sa 20c; western do. aiai9U.u. (Juiut. factory New York ched- dar. 1 i western Hat. Dull: f. esu enntera -Toae- wpj-tei-n do. Canadian do limed- Provision MarUet BUFFALO. Deo. 18. 1 hard. >fo. 1 northurn, JLlOJi un CORK. Bee. city and county conveiuiou a.ssemtiled in this city yester- day. Delegates and spectators "crowded 1 'itl t- mi 'PV. 1 'U fin on. L no ne ot Paruelt, but rhe an- it wiili groans. is antraace to the place of S'.uJij. 'i track. Xo. 2 corn. No. 3do, "''4C-. Xu. j-tidow. 69c in JJo. ii du, Whjte, mixed. 4t'c on FLOUll-Flria; spring wheat, best patent, per niii.. and low trade, JS.UU No. Winter best family, do BETTER CrsHmerr fancy. 25Qaio: HEE-E-Fancy full cream per Ib., lift, cijuit-fc do. good do, and ittnul? tresh. 28c; western. Wanhlngton and Ketnm. Nickel Plate will sell exrursion tictcets to Washington, D. C., and re- turn via Buffalo at very low rules, going Dec. 22nd, returning to Buffalo uniil Dec. Buffalo until January 3d, 1991. Passengers desiring- to return via tftw York City can do so by paying in addition to rate advertised. I'liis is the only opportunity to visit Wash- ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia anil ITew York at a very low rate. For rates, time of train and further infor- mation call on agents Nickel Plate. We have the larjjest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TL ETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and "tylish shoe, try a pair of this make. Yon will hke them Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, ia the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. C TOD u ART A CO.. Patent Attorn, C., opn. a. a. Hue. I'alema, and hutuc_ Praile 3lurkuroKi.-u.rwi. All Patent hnaiiien ilncieil tor muiluralo Fees. Information. nco andapecnil i-cicrcnciu sent on nniuint. Burheo wishes to announce to tho public in inMieral. patmng in nartln- ulnr. iliut tin haa purKliahuit Un;