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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1890. NO. TM HEPHESESTA TWO HOTELS BI RN ED. . thivi2caya-harg«aves collision MR. NOBLE STRIKES BAI K. B USINfiSS HOUSES th* 3*a NO ANO BURLINGTON AT -'Q*    . OF DUNKIRK. \NRT EULUia MACHINK for ruling ail amu# ut UU nim ut Ult* abesl audition to CMP Mm* bn a tea< iwparunent af Dunkirk Pnauu* Company, n a. UirrOKl) rn and rn < antra* Ami. D« Artistic Photographer Iuiuuuomxh rrudograpna af liable# a specialty. St tier* aam! not vat for sn aam aa excapt for lr »U>K RINDERV —J a MMB lRV!-oi Pr e I pnetnr, (lo. I* lf. Senoed rttreet. near Muf-f*W) 4treet, Duuairk, 51. Y. Maga/aii##, Mu e«, Pamphlet#, M.. boned in all Kyle*. < mier# promptly attended to. All wort fiiarastosri. B IHI HRH'I CRlM HEKV HOl’Hlf. nm Can ira! A ran tie W ,»ole%air awl retail l**a»t*r in I spurted ana ’ « hi na. UI aaa w arf. Ar. i t HA CT A L’(JC % HOTEL. Iv    Ha    Urn. ti par lay. Ut vary an't Hoarding stable in >xmn«**tioti Victor Kilter, Wa amt JST Lion atrceu i UTT BARSKI! fllOP < baa. Na*!**. Prop L Mi ar (.ake Shore National Ila uh, ooracr .rnUU* anil Thirl etreefa. A Ane •tnrk ol Part-ign and Do aa©* un Ufara I) ll 51 HI KB KVE5U5KI OB4KKVBE Largaat Daily in the County. An unequalled advartanng D OKI KH UNMKBOpU OITPAIT ^■7 aul PaU-rn». Formsritr -el lew A Popple Manufacturer* af Knginea, Hope’*-. Anat unit Hanger*, etc. CaaUngH. and Machine Vt ara uj order , PUU* • * urging I |C 51 Kl HK art I KT tOn JU*. »« ant Ai. I / Onlrr • tract, Manufacturer# af tin ‘Cram wall’* aud “Duuairk” perfect - Stun* Dr I** -.airt*. on ante in ail leading (urun btu. doom# and dry goo* ta bourn** n Dunk rl. I | 9. TOOTEI, I I,    WM    and    :'M    Lion    ar    -ct, In riMUr, Fowl, alt, Batad Hay, Pi*** abate**. et* . asta a i. «net t. UTT. ami toning ^saloon, ltaay areca# to ai a ->#10011. L ni<n ii ural uh amt bm hKlK HOTKL Dep*»t. ilea bouse#. Baal aero rn rn* *datan*a fur Con pere tai Traealnra. Iona J. Murphy. Prop. ti HLEKM A CIU j    C    m*t    *v a Triirl street. Fine Furniture. Cabinet W %re and I mustering. Picture Frsaita iiuif u» order b\ O. KATT SJM >>» A CIU WI centra. Are , uaaoera of Fashion and i,enu«n>*n Dnuliu* a AKEL I ITR AM ■ KATO*ti CD. aa ti (adorer* of -team Heating Appar U t ..a a i larr IV urn >i ua a 4pecia.ty. a OMC 4TKA.M LAO Ii Ka. Our apecuutiua. Fine ^litrU, IM:; * **iiiu • ic; Cuff*, ti*., an.l Lace Curtaiua. Fpre Deli' iij a W Cumming#, Ai7 Center street. a K. OCH ML. K. Third at., our. af Bu lf am d .nufur .arer and tea ar u F ne Bout# A -liucr ll IREY WE1LKKT MRW lT»dlE. lim a ll Third HL Boos#. Stauouery, Musical In .iramen ta.Mag xxi a«a,DaiI▼ amt Meekly Paper-■md everything pertaining Ut a diet omen bud tore .Sehou» Burnut i aporia* tv. J OH PRINTING af every description and a owcal living rater* by Dunkirk Printing Company, a aud til A. -wetted St. I _ ran* En it«ia«>at A«ntt( tile (kuoat*. Many WlrarMlnat i «r«p«* frnm Dan th. Bat Fortunately 5»» Ll va* War# Loaf. The Fir* Said lo pa Ch.i*ed Hy rtpoa iaa«M*ii« Coat bust ma af lu (ta ut arabia Material* ta a Faint Shop. ■ Sat Khav« moo, Not A—Shortly a.'nn I ©’el -ck yeafnrdnr iiiomliif fire wa* 41* covered nuder the Burling?©** houne. ad ! joint ug the < * rand horal, m he ua#e uncut I of tee Ht*»re or -ii pi cd by Heiitier Bren. Sc < o , dernier* iu paint aud tnmu’ supplies. Th** flame« #pr*-H*i rapidly throughout The tmaemeut of the biotin bounded by Market. \>w Monrgomery. Stev*>umia nod flsooad street*, aud then spread to the drat floor occupied by the Hail Stfe and ! I Amit company. Hill 4h Gol«imnn. drug gima *uppiie», BonH ef Trade rooms, Pullman Palace Tar company • office, j (»rent Northern Raiir ad offi* e j»nil the , room* ef the .Wyudicate Investment cora-panv. rh# HUI owe in (he mea ti I me bad ar« j ii -atd he inmate* of ae brand and Burlington hotels and the frghtened guests rushed to the sidewalk with what ever lea ’hey could carry. The Are •oon thor up through the freight elevator in the rrar of the Grand burel and a (Hasnt roua conflagration arse looked for. A general alarm brought the remainder of (tie fire department to the acene. The fr>*nt of Huetser Bras dc Co.’s store blew our with a loud expiation and large volumes of smoke poured out, ai moat overcoming the firemen ..'semi I nd»*r • hill, a wine .nerrham. wa* overcome by | 'he amoke ti the (rraod hotel and was j arried out MuconsetoiiA * aah cr We* ka *»f ’he (rrand hotel, who * crippled, w «** .ihu’Wt overcome when he w a *****iate*l out bv the elevator ie*' Fuere I wer** never ii I narrow eaeapea By -I ti cl* ca the Ham*** had > pre ad along | t be **ai»teru ti*! of i he i*|ock. buriti*.g j from he *"ihii *n*t w:n«iow-,, The wiu«t 1 w*u* light, and the effort* of the firemen to conine the fir* within the block orcu-| pied by the Htiriiaift *n and Grand were ut ernes fui \bnur d o'ci«*ck the r**of of ’ he Bur ington li**tei fell in. trarrving part >f that of the Grand. In a short t,me the vboie inierior of the Burlington wa* a tim pieta wreck, ami the front of th* <irand on Afarket ^treei. togef her with the eastern end. ad 'OImug the Burlington. w»* aieo m rum. The we*,em end was ■-a red. Hie first floor of the Burlington on iN*c-»n*l Hire t wa* occupied by C. H. Hirst, millinery aud novelties; C. P Downing, proprietari medicine**, .-and hi H. Ward-well. window <dmde*i and fix ug*. The** j »t re- we e ^uft -d. a* were also Heiliter Bro* Alo * th** Board of Trade rooms and the liurr Folding Bed rom;>auy'* place of huMiic-H «»u .\larket *»tn*st. The j Soul hem Pa* i tit*, the Centra Pacific and other ticket < rfl* ch miner the Grand, to-ge’her with Fay * -oiloon. wete t.imaged by water, The Grand hotel wa*, openel in *d7D by .JohiiMiu dr (lo., and at the tim * was considered .me of the ti anat hot Is sn file world. It was four stories hi.ii i d had a front age i Jon let*, on Market streets Two years ago alamf hall af t ae bio k wa* eased ta ..tiler part .** aud wa* called the Burlington hotel. Th* tire is behoved to bedur to I lie *ifHMl raueouM tomim*iion of the inflammable 'n. ’n place I ar h» badly • T!ie fine 1 at* of the lie a total I Ca pf. Alin *ays It Was Due t* Bi I Cai«iM*u«( Abear* th* Steamship. Philadelphia, Nov. a — Cape John A..en of the Ill-fated coastwise coe* schooner Cornellua Margraves, whaae ool-iision jBKn the Spaaiah passenger steam* ship viEcava off Barnegat Thnraday night J resulted in the sulking of both ships and the i<<** of many lives, has arrived to the city. To a United Presa reporter Cape Alien gave a brief story of tho great tna-, rme «1 auster and repudiated all reports j that .rn had not done his fail duty as tbs commanding officer of the Hargraves. I When ne arrived at the offices of Samuel J. Go ne her there were many friends to greet an. After several minute* of handshaking the captain of the ill-fated schooner excused aimae.f, stating that he I wanted to don *om* better clothe*. When a United Pre** rep4.rt*r approactied him about ne disa»ter. ('apt. Allen said he bad r-nd the statement of Firer Mate fearing ta the uew*p »per*. and it was us •u stance just what he would give as to I the ca him* of the disaster. "I think mr first mate’s account af the J accident i* correct," continued se. “but I can «;»y ; hat I agree with him regarding j the ai tom of the Viscaya’a officers. My opinion * that there was not say lookout on the Vizcaya at all; I really do not see how (her* could have been a collision if there Ital wen. Being a sailing ~*ssai and on the starboard side we had the right of war. The •learner pressed down upon os. Feeling that something was wrong, I cook an extraordinary precaution of having a torch waved, bat rue steamer kept lieanng down upon us Then I jumped for th* steam whistle and sounded it. Here the Vizcaya people Helmed to realize *iie dancer md rh« s eamahip a course change*!, but it wa* too late. B«>rh va*. leis w**re Urge that neither could veer aoonr in an We Orick her am .d-ii.,)* rhat'a how it all bs opened. It w**. groa# «andean**** on board the Viatssya. •1 Mate Waller was order**! to ta .»•    . rge of rh* b<mt so that the anis d cou!«f n«»t sf**! it. When we |iu*ueu alf from the sinking vees*! neither Walker or L< ok ut Harry Gainer were around. After we had left the Hargraves I heard W «iker yelling to me [ yelled back for him and Gainer to ’ump overboard and we would pick them ip You vee. if we had gone Lac* to the sinking schooner the j Span arri* would have mad* a ru**h to gee into the boat and undoubted!v all of us would have been drowned. If Walker ami <TH;ut*r had film ped overboard then we won I: have puked them up. I think* I did a hat wa.* r’ght." < apt. Allen *' ema n in the city for a coit;.Ie of ilsv, and then will start for his home at Fall Hi'er. Mass The Cor* neliu-* Hargrave* had some twenty owner*, of whom (’apt. Allen is one. They laim that their total lose will ba •64,00» The insurance on th* vejwel ta verv light. _ GENERAL foreign mews. A caustic letter to gov HILL ON THE CENSUS QUE9T’0N. The truth la ao eamp’aiat whatever has keen received from any Southern state as a stat* against the aeneus; and the inly ••roue claim of an erroneous dim nation Im pro* un «nUt mt th** <«**rmiui EvuicanU Chi. reb. A notable event at the German Kvnn geiicai church on Elk in et took place af population and renresenration bv a _    .    , state . ame fi*>m the Republican state of    J    The    church    having    recently LIST OF GAMES—Continued. I* Charge* th* Havaraar With Iiapwr-(ag Car rn pi Kirpom ta th* Haw turk 4 *•■«• £ii*m*r»i«r» — Th* SeeraSary * aaarts Thai th# Pal lea Oms* IM* natl** rh# Clu*a*t Irrtirlu» aud Aaa! fit*. Ur-gon Out of the *.781 caum es in all the stares and territories there has been no complaint whatever. *ivr from Multnomah «>dury in Oregon. There ha- not be«n a oomnlaint from a ?cnfhern city that has not been promptly and «ati*fac-torsly a*lj lusted without a recon ut. nave at Columbus, Ga.—and there was found an iBcreaas of 1,136 oniv. been repaireti. it wn- found that a new light and a new pulpit were needed to make the work c< mplete. The member* however having done all in their power thought it impossible to get them this year, feeling satisfied and pleased at what hail been done; but the of vast El and fearie-aiy adhering ro what I betises not* of this .aa baa just been rn- I CO_^* ll w,-    :    *    a. I b«. I WO.. :    *»    of    th. chief magi strata of the leading stat* of    jut    ce    u    w    ira    ann    does the Uniou in th* term« I have employed, but I rind my justification in the reckless intemperance of language yon have *e*n fir to use— Lingua-*■ which is lacking a- much In truth a* t a in tbs dignity be- matcrisl* Iii Hew tier Bro*. Jk « af busine**. The Grand hotel b ta rn. t god by smoke aud water a! **cti-.n of minerals aud et hi B< ard of I rn ie is ,'t*licv»*'i ti JIL VAS BL KILN A **>M. t .re ut. accident aud i»«uerai iunurac-a D«*a orti is    Astate    aud    Luana. Car. ic ma alienu«m paid in ilia e we af umperty a ag rent# Ac. IU# oeuier st., iud daar. noilts The origin ai she fire remain (lie Ileal ie*! I -er* nee lite hotel and I nisi nr , M#o,(*sk> .os- is •»<timated at et'-veen i quarter and i hall mil do a dollar-. * linkuown. B i rl ington The total YI IIMOUK’S ra.iKMACT, JU* < eutra. avenue deatlqdarters for Wail Paper Pu.ui Ona, A* nCHKLVS, J. W. '    JUS I. TU tar ntr-eu. Manufacturer anti i*aler iu Uaraess. ba< I. J Ie. >.oi I ara, Traaks,WkilM, Buffalo Hone dorse Ouver* **loven Mutant aud sleigh lL»h- » I 4CUOLTKH. £ .    17 Earn Third *U**et, K aah Iona me Tailor. UosUeuieu win End ii u Uieir att vau (age lo aal! an me tMsfore iiurchnain. sisswbsrs. FIL CAEI A CIU .    'ISS    Lion street. <*eserai Haniwaivi.White Leadoffs,Pa:atar'* Supidioa, oil Cl«»Un». *»rau ta * ire. A sperm* tj-af -iherwu. Wiiimma Pant and Cannie range R LUI IV4#, *uch aa biauk-book*. leigera. sad ail kinds al biaakn duce at Dunkirk Prinuug Company, d arni IO it. lieoond '•I- SOLDENUtl KR. Kiuolth Cor. Third and Buffalo btl.. Denier m araniu-. Marble, t agama alai J Buiklms bina*. Call an ne wfoni buying four R ISLEY A CIU 7 and J bast Front •treec Whuky. Wine#, Brandiea. ivsbanii LagiMr store for family Coe. RO HF UT MCKAY. Lion atreet. near che depot. Hoarding, Sale. F wd and Livery Stable Staining by the lay or week on reasonable tarsi v IS J. ti LF FDML JOI Centra. Ave. Ll O itairs), c*eu«nti I aa limn cc and ii aal Un taw A*eiiL Ii .re, Life, Accident, -nil Live stock luauntnce. Frump* attenuon givin to buying iud ceding Meal batata I C. JOJIEM. ,    75 K. Thmt st., <*>r kxceiaior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt an*. Smoked Meats, Lanl, sausages. Oyster** an-Pans try. VY J ATL ll KH, JIVKLK1. AL. A BRAVE OFFICER KILLED. Count allis Mat ear af rarautum. Pa., Mint al Iv Murdered by Th lase*. I,lTT*BL*Btji. Nov. 4.—Constable Harry Ma (err of Tarentum, seventeen milt*** rust ! of this city vns munierrti at that pines j I ani tight    by thieve#. At 4:.k» three I rniev.*.** broke .ufo rue tailoring estab i lab men of Bietil Bros., in Tar cut u rn. I-hev were surprised by the *ou of one of i ii** proprietors of the atony who g ive the alarm amt ’ he : hieve*, nrokeour aside door. *,ich wiili .in irmfti. o cl*dhing ami ran to warn* die river t'onstable M steer was aoiifleti of the the*t, anda panv of citizen.** went iu pursuit « f the robiiers. it Peterson, a half iii Ic ’elow th la city, ! i)fflcer Matesr boarded f tie Bltiisdii* ex* | pr se on the West Peoa railroad to look for the thieven, mi aa he walked I tu'o I he -looking car the thieves recog-nrring him. ptmpni .ti the (ram. with Yl.tieer ifier tliem. He caught one of the I rara an«l struck him with a billy a* he n«l 4*i the thief shot af him. the bail strik-nu one of hi** trousers buttons and causing a sit wilt flesh wound. Mateer pulled his revolver and shot another of the men who -nine up at tins moment, aud as he lid so he wa- struck twain by a nile md ro led tnt > the dii.n. The third man alme up a. tiii* lime *ud *h<d th* prostrate officer, tue bali *er.«.;ng him rn the bn-e of hir spinal ooiimn. from the effects of which he slow!, -auk. dving at IO o'clock All this happened inside of a minute The rainmen aud >*onv passenger* rn-iiod to tile r m ne of Mar^e” when toe murderers ran mo av. They have not yet been captured. Great excrement prevails in Tarentum, and parties ire out all along toe West Penn railroad from \il**ghenr City to Tarentum in search of the murder im. Officer Vlaiee- iipturad Alex Killian. who was lately convicted of the murder of Mr*. Paul Rudert. Faars af Mora Trouble With the Deckers. Other Items af Interest. I^)N!M*v, \ov 4. —I ie strike* yesterday st the Royal A err and Vdctona do<*ks were quickly settled, hut the trouble is , likely to lie renewed on a larger acale. The employment of non-union men by the dock companies great irritation ai. «»ng the member*of tlie«l*jrker*' union. Ami tile Ici*tees are having difficulty ta smoothing over the trouble. Now that the agreement made a rear ago between the cont panier and (he unum has expired, the dispute over the question of uir'ng non-uniomstM will, if i* thought, come to an *»up, ami more «*r less serious strike* ar** c< nsidered probable ie tore a perma-tieut uijiistmenr of the matter is reached. The union has a rnemliersbip of ISM IOO, : nit r is fiuanctally wesk. ami its discipline has a*vn very lax. The nock directors lci’Qtw he men not univ of being lazy and m»olent, but f petty thievery, and of wan-tonlv breaking contr acts. The .ead**r« havs not sufficient influence with the men to enforce the plain mil* of the organization, ami the companies are determined to make in end of me existing state if affair- ar anc cost The contest comes at the worst me of the year for the men. ami thee have aimont entirely j lost pubic -ympi.thy, so that they will receive but slight financial aid from outside union, \ny one who bae visited tne d'Hbis arui -eau the men ar work eau understand why the public has with-I drown ita encouragement from them. They are not only*. but take no pains to cotu-eal the fact that they are purposely delaying work. They indulge in horse pliyr. interference with each ; other, and evrrv met bod of wilting time. ! It la interesting to credit the dock owners’ statement that it takes two weeks and J over iu Loudon to do what Is accomplished in one week in New York. Account* from Macedonia represent that many painful -‘-en*** have been wit-! neared in that province aa a result of the (•loving of the Greek * burdies. TheGreek clergy revise to attern! u;»*m the dying or the dead. At Si nek His.**ar, the peasantry moi *ied rile pnesr Iwcause he refused to mi tartar af a funeral, the priest narrowly * es* * inc seri*»ns violence. The *>earers lett toe m> iv a the gate *»f the cemetery I iud would not proceed with the interim ut, owing to the -tenia! of religious I rites. Emperor William will personally afc-i tend the opening of the newly restored Wittenberg church on the d*>or or which I Luther first Onsted uu» famous thens. A livelv eauvae- .* going on among tbs j electors of Glasgow umversirr. tbs Con-! servalives and their Liberal Unioni*t ai-I lies having put npChief Secretary Balfour for the offi**e of lord rector. The Li'wral ! candidate is Lord Aberdeen. Buy die Aurora BatiroaU W lu-n. IP Frank I pairing a »pts laity. F. alani. SE K. Thini »L VV ML MIM KKK. Meronani Tailor, ll* Oeutxaf > venue ES.iLTE IS WkALlH'. Ctami* for Damager Set deal. !i*»-Tov, Nov. 4.—President Choate of rile Old Cotony railroad **ays the report : h it the d im <ge claim* of the Louisville, Xy., i**opie injure*! in the accident near t Q in* y ha va )a*en coin promised for ITS OHO s untrue Mr. ('hoa«e »ays only two of ; h- Louisville case* have lasen settled— that of Judge Eiiwards and that of the colored nurse. A taint all the claims resulting !r >m t he a«*ci«ient have been ad-jutted, but Mr Choate declines to give the -letaKa of settlement. Ireland** Favor* Spend a Quiet Day. New York. Nov. 4.—The Irish parliamentary delegation passe-1 a quiet day yesterday, though many Irmhmen of loiad ! prominence called to pay their respect*. Among the caller* wan the Rev. John No an of Madison. N J., who said he had raised tool) for the famine fund. Mr. I O’Brien *»pent mot of the afternoon rva*i-lng ani answering letter*. To-day he will make up the program of the tour of the delegation th ough the country. which he believes will ne vary succisasfuL Db, g. c. Wbst’s N xxv a and Bilaxs Th«atv«*t. a irua ran taco *peci fl«> tor ll rata ruu n;*»meas, L'oevoisiotss, Fit#, Nervous Neuralgia. Hea*tache, Nervou* PnMurauoa cause*! ov the use of alcohol or ta narco, Wake. full ne**. Mental Depression. Niftenmg of Hie Brain resulting is insanity and lea. Ii na u. ouserv <i«cav and death. Premature Oh! Axe BarTV ne**. Los* of power in either tax. Ln v.utuiiarv Lwm* and apermator-ruea es USU b >ver-exertion af the brain, sell-abu**; ar a .-ar-*oduLgcnee Kadi box oontain»*»ne months treatment. IL OO a box. or *»x boxes lur lh. OS Proliablt Fatal Acrideiit ai Pittsburg. RirrsnrRii. Nov. 4,—A traveling derrick on a trestle work rn the Ohio connecting bridge above Preble av-nue. Aiiegheny. fell yeateiday from a height of uurty-dw feel J ere Audcrson. R.»bert B*»yd and James ('ongrova. who were working n ;ne«ierrick. fell to the ground amid a mn-* of bn »keu ti miler*. Two of them, Boy*! aud C*.*grove. were bad.y mjured aud their death ut feared. Found a Pat of Gold. IT Aiea AS Crrr. Mo., Nov. A—At the old Rupert homroteiwi. just west of Argentine. K <n.. John Rupert and James Holloway were excAvg; ing for a foundation f>>r a barn wile i thevairuck an iron pot fll!*>*i w th gobi cola amounting in ail to 15000.    ____ F *t al Iv Iiy it rad at a Fir*. KASSA* City. Nov. 4.—At 4 o’clock caste) :ay rn- ruing the big dun if boarding house on Ninth street wa* burned and Samuel Larkin wa* fatally mjureiL fe.dOu. W Asg I so ton. Nov. 4.—i^ecretarv Noble tar*i«v asorning taut a note to W J. not. the representative of Mayor Grant im the sensu* eontroveniv. reqne*fma oat 'he siintu rat i«»u. book*, etc . of the polio# OSU*ii* ne f rwji’-'ied to him, a- e w nfied to make att *■xammaCon of tiiera. with a view to de« !<tiug unun Th* ma or •• appii-:a tem for a ie* an ar of the opuiation of Xsw York Iv I hi* uote Mr Ken nr repi ed that ho wa* iu er instructions fi' in .M i'ar (rrant aa' to st Cie ti.-. omen ’ - nit af ii . .D.a, vias that ihav had "eeti in in- chargs tin* n« pol or <en-UH w t» siveu. int.! he ti i un mt lev* a# w*a juvtifled in allow ug Die ill auf tlf ‘ii - an*, od •Sr.-ret sri Nob! et hen prun**'! th* ftillow-sip .*nature aute to Mr. Keuuv W. J h uar Arlington Hotel. Y\ ashing I sn Yosr se.vrff r»a*i t,i« luavar « .etter wbfch, af the in tarvlew - iii t-**irs ;>*•! to, I did not even open; hat w . never I fou id need of boo** a.ut paper* you ei*,ned I would 1st ran know md i you wi-ucd it would wnd a soger to ai*! you .ii csrr>*mg them t«> rh* department. B«it it wa* not then iu ray tauught, uor can I now con-«cnf. that you are not to lea va th* books you wish me to fonsider in my 4ule ens ^wiiy (>ovtn*ir Hill'# lat er and Mavor Grant * instruction* ro you alike .udicate a-pint of «usp;cion against rh?** dapnr* tneut that I cill no longer tolerst-*. If you ars unwilling, without further delay, to ciniplv wi:h iny re*juc*t.comm tni*-are.i To you ;a writing, you mat take rh* book* and paper* away with you and I •hall proceed v* tjj *he business without them, Y~our* respect fully, john W Noble. 8**:rwarr N».!ile a«i.i?v^'Mst the following com rn un. va I it n to (i*»v**ruor Hill in reply tabla re.-,*nf -tier urgiug a recount of the city af New York: WashIXOTON, Nov. J. ISHO Hon. David B. Hill. «r*»v«rnor of the Stars of New York: Si a—Your comm un sa non of the 31*i alt wa.- *luiv re* eiv#d. There uad already been delivered to me a Ie1 tar from the mayor of th** city of New York on the as me subject—the claim of that city to a re*# mr of ;t» population bv the United Stales census Allthorn os. While you hava added th.* w ught of the governor1* offor to the complaint, you iiave fail®*! to a*t i to those alrea«ly pro*enfe«! by the majora single - igzest mn of the *lighr-uit value. It was wno.iy unnsceasarv for you to rem.od me af the provision.* of tile -oa stitution of the United State* relating to enumeration and apportionment of represent at ive# of the electoral college or that provision of the ens is aw allowing amendments aud recounts All of thi- wa- wry liar law to me an i . our qti- anon of it ni ght hav * l**«u copied from my ia*< opinion delivered to th* ma - or. iud which you »tats v*»u had read in the newspaper*. Neither did I lived tnt exhortation upon the subject of ar opporGonmvii’a- aa eqiiil t. p r tiomnenr throng iu ir toe Unit d St *te-, anti the fierce* frsetiom and equality of ' ii*- iud! vid a? elect.iris a reform to vvhich I u a vs given mv earnest sup ort. and wh,ch is wor'hythat of every public officer and every individual citizen. Had you read t e correspondence wuh the mayor, whoa* im rued i Ate concern this busines* has l**en. iou woald have found your topic already exhausted. Such ap por* ion meat you iruv, however. >e re-miudeti woald cert Airily md permanently prt mote the succe-s of The party to which you Incorrectly -ay ail the en time rn r or- if the city *>f New Y ork belong. It is much to Tie regretted tho u .a letter to me when acting upon a purely official inaner, you ms governor should sje-ak i» a partLsan Ami impute a corrupt po -pose to the census enumerator*: to secure par'v sdvsn-taue by diminishing in** count of New Y irk. Your imputation against the enumerators and the t-en-ii* work i- so-nrir-ly gratuiriou* md nuf-m de*i sa ta lie ■dandrr ms: a* yon should know mar you abusive course foul i u t ten*! to promote that fair and judic a1 courtideration I have be-u disposed to aive to the sppii at iou of the mavor. Your charge. 1m tinting fraudulent motive* to otuer*. ratlifr suggest* that a* vour party think* an in creased popul iritin w->ui«i inure to r* %d-vauiage. the fount of the judice akeu as It ha* be**n siaiv* the poiic- lx>arl of New York ha** liven made p«riL-ou tie-<i.* the ve*w ciosmt scrutiny ami analysis. The charuk* now being made in New York agiinst The cite government bv Derno-cth.s are uot oi a kind to relieve any »\ork done by it from :hc gr*v*et nu*pin u of ret kieMi partisaushi >. Your accusation-, heretofore conflne*l to intervew* and -tamp 4j»eeche- 's*g*in ev-u i**fore toe enura**r*tion wss an-noauced. .'tome of the Democrat i ne^s-pa.iers iii New Y*>rk a id *d(**w here made the 'en-u* en*inieraTor* w irk v**>-y d-ffi Salt bv exciting The ne-judice f i2nor*nre afain t it. anil it is to be remarked that you. as early a* the i*»r of Jill? aet. made an addr**** m(ur* the HeuoricK- club at Iudianapo! s. in which you bitterly a»-•uile*i he t onsils office aud ii* work. aud aeserte<i, wirhout any knowledge whatever the same evil purpose you now 460*1 to me officially. You then re) wa ted the ne %spa(ier criticisms and spoke of the “g eat a my of i aq a im tars sent prying into our houses as kl nu impertinent que* Uoq*. false record* ' etc an I you did no* fail to notice the possible effect of ail this in raising popular distrust and diamcitnat:«wi to respond to the enumerators. You old not succeed in these effort* to any considerable decree, but you are largely re*- pon-tble for anv iwtaeurocie* That may exist. You set the example by denouncing a .aw of congress and tbu- snug* sled its violation oy your im* acute p«diticai follower*. Your early and continuous partisan assail da upon the census have had nee keenly a m rive whim is sasiiy «iiscern»-d. I hat motive points ta an unjust end which I certainly •hall not promote. It is but just that there -hould lie no delay in completing the census that the purposes for which it ta intended may os accomplish*-;. You further asserted in the speech mentioned. that -it" ‘‘the Republican party" will not repudiate 'hat even more plainly declared policy of breaking the power of the solid .South in presidential as well as cou^res-ionnl elections, by deliberately ignoring the vast increases of population In taal section of the country during tho lata dread*. I ou -eetu to be against a een-us to be Bethany Society composed of the young taken even by your own stale, for yon vetoed a bill passed by its legislature in 168.1 ana which w is required by its coasrl-tu ion. It is rossouabie to supports that fhe patronage v u seem to think so influential. in politb-al affairs, would not have fallen Into your hands, or juuging you v toe sfiii.dard yon ai p<y t-oathers, vf ir offi ct a1 action would have bern just the opposite of what it was. As I have demonstrated, the great body of the people of the United Stares are contest witn the cea*u*. and Are uninfluenced bv par':-ati iMHault* such as yours. Sus-tained by their conflden«a. I -bali pro-rt-f-i with the dlttcharge of my official •iu iv* :n this and all other business cornin* bel we me. enrefu iv add justly, cor-rwting what I mar lie convinc4(d is wrong Eek La, checker* and chess . The Spanish Main.......... Royal Arabia. The Game Shiek* ........... (tame of Innocence Abroad The Grand Race Game..... The Yaeht Race Game. Th* Game of Kelkinny Cats M Chivalry .... The Bicycle and SkatingR.okijrumesl -Hoc ,.,. ,,95c Dissected Map of the United States..95c Game of the Office Boy,............8ftc Barnum a tireatest Show on Earth....’Joe people of the church, thought differently; anil on >unday evening the church Game of the Telegraph Boy was beautifully lighted by two new thirty inch ref!e to * each having six double burners and a handsome new pulpit ato«Ri in place of the old one. This ; being quarterly meeting, tTit? church was well tilled wit,I ) eople, who were eager . to hear the Rev. C. F. Negeie Presiding E.der f» r this District, aud therefore enjoyed a double treat. The reflectors were procured through Bioss it Weiner, and are a model of their kin I. The pu pit was made by Mr. Henry Stacker, who is a member of the church, it is of a modern pattern, nade from black waiuut wood, a hand- 1.48c Poker chips, box..... floe Dice Cups......... the American Jack straws. ... w5c Cribbage boards..... ,., ttftc    **    u .., ,H5c    **    “ .. ,73c    “    *’    ....... flflc Playing Card*......... ...85c    “    ....... Ole** Game of the District Mess4*nger Boy *Wc “       • The New Game of Tiddlvdy Wink^ bito ”       -..... United States Educational Toy Mo-    The Lost Heir .. ney  ..........  l»e    The    Tadpole    Game, The Red Head Girl and W bite Horse    Th* Strange Game    of Forbidden .treat credit to the maker The society feel highly elated over their success. The Rev. E. Keohue pastor of the church is a diligent worker and is to be tining your gr*ar off!re wnich in the past t congratulated in having brought about needed changes in so short hah ■ *****n tilled by raiment, men of both politirAl par* es of New York. on t»*r merits of the mavor’- appt Ina I don. I -ha I reply to him. Your* truly, Jog* w Noble. Secretary. ao many a time. Puzzle................ The fltaudard Checkers .. Embossed Checkers...... Double Niue Black Dominoes “ Twele Bible < hamcters............. Cribbage pins.each......... Jack straws ............... 3.00 , 18c 40c loc ;i8c J8c 33c Jflc 05c Alc 24c 23c I 45 30c 4flc 05c 14c loc ITC 28c 40c 00c 10c 17c Dice and dice box 20c Fruit 05c Toy Printing Blocks loci “ fliic Game of Old Maid... I 30    "    “    **    ** ... Toe Fortune Telling,... 02c Tommy Towns * Visit to the C untry l *c 00c The Popular Game of My Wife and I 17c 18c The Amusing Game of the Corner 38c Grocery.......................17c 06c United States Spelling Puzzle 18c 00c Dice, each  ................ EniE STOFLE Hr. aud Hrs. Ahrrnt'i VS •-Oiling. i Yesterday was the silver anniversary of the wedding of Mr and Mrs. Charles I Ahrens of 2* 4 Robin street. Mr. Ahrens ami Miss Lena Maibauer were married n ibis city twenty-five years ago,and have spent their life-inee happily and honor* W iak I Soto*.    Nev    4. — I .ate    ve*tardav | ^bly in this city, and are among its most afterunou Mr.    Kenny    sent    this    letter    in highly respected And esteemed resilient* MR KENNY’S REPLY. Mo f**U* rh* NS’rti.iry ii# Wa- Altnplr 4 »nyiMg Out Iii* idntruDUuna. answer to ■G-rrstary Noble, in winch the latter mi l he “would prrs eed to buM.nesrt without the d Aliment,'* etc.: Hon. John VV Noble. ?** rotary of th* I Ka,?!e '*treet Lutheran church thought They did not expect to celebrate the day, but their fellow-membcrs of the interior: Si*—Permit me to acknowledge the re * eel pl of your letter In response to mins this morning. la that letter I had no j desire to intimate any suspicion Against ! the department of tile Interior. My pur- i pcs# wa--ii rn ply to inform yon of the in- j tarprvTanon I gave to my instructions | from Mayor Grant, and to The terms of the letter from him introducing me to you. With Governor Hill’s sentiment* I nave \ nothing to do. It -e#ms to me that I was i *sut hero a* the custodian of the police j book*, and I most re-pectfully ask you that ii should trot so pa.-s. and gave them plea.-ant surprise party last night. The scholars, teachers, and many cf the older members of the church wi re pre-s'at. The evening was spent with a ngs and Amusement of various kinds, fleveral gifts of silver ire were made, from ibis * tty and Buff do. The Rev. W. Eucider. pastor of the church, made the appropriate presentation speech. All their friends w;d wi«h Mr. anil Mrs. not to AH-ume that I intend to do you any : Ahrens twenty five years more of mar* inju-tice in UHiatiug that I must act in j rjed life a# happy as the last. GOVERNMENT Chemists Certify. July 23, 1890. M Owing to the purity, strength, eff*^ ivrne-H and constancy of compotation of* leveland’s Superior Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use is my ho ne.” HENRY A. MOTT. Ph. D. Late C. 3. (rue. L'/usmts(. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TODD ABT .% CO., Patent Attomev*. 615 7th iro St, W anhmgutn, l> < opp. I Paumt Office. Patents, * av#wit* amt Re IA*ue# nwtirwl. Traile Mar k» regiAterHil. Ail Patent Imimiiiuas conducted far anm{erat# Kwe*. (nformaUun, Advice an*! special referon- rn aent on retiueat. i | A. Bur Im*# wish*** ?<* announce to the " /•Ipubite in general, anil patrons iii partic- A. ■iv* uiar, that be has purchase.i tin* building formerly occupied by B. ti. Mid lect, *-» bast Thiril streetjiae lilied it up to drst-clas#*»rd«r, ami is prepared to do first **la«s *mrt)oring. Thanking for past patronage, i s*»iu*it a share of the future. Betpectfullv, O. A. Bl BURK. ( V* to tbe I Dirndl rut#.) **T find that (Tevelami’s Superior Raking !’*>w«ier contains Cream of Tartar, Bicarb!mate of Soda and Flour.’* Lait C. 3. Go*. Chemist. E. G. LOVE. S75.00 to S250 Pe ani T -IIH A HON I'M can tie made working for us. Persons preferred who ••an furnish a horse , ami give their whole time to the I tom nee#. pare moment* may Im profitably employed leo. A few vacancies in towns amt cities. IV F. Johnson A Co., WMK) Mam-st., Bichmon*!, Va. ‘Tlevpland’a Superior Baking Powder is the beat in quality, the highest in »r and perfectly JNDERWt leavening power some.” A. F UNDER Chemist for u. 3. Gai t, 18'jV. Dry Goods and Carpets. whole- OOD. Cleveland s Powder Absolutely the Best. record#nos w ith that theory until other w"** advised from New York Y nr letter practically dismiMMMl me, it ittt-med. from toe performance of func-ti-iqs impoMci nnon me by my superior. In view of these mutters you will, I am sure, give me t me ro procure Anal instructions bv not insisting on an Immediate ct rn Hance with your demand of this rn- ming. I have the honor to remain, yours very respectfully,    VY    J.    KENNY. 9 Arilli- A annul Dividend Declared. Philadelphia, Nov. a—The board of directors of the Pennsylvania railroad met at n*K)U yesterday and declared a tam;• annual dividend of 21-* per (tent. ash pnvsbie Nov. JI# The dividend of May la-: wo# V A ner *ent. in cash and an extra dividend of j >er cent in cash. making a total for the year of per cent. In ui-dition, in May last. the dividend was accompanied by AU 4 per cent. stock allotment. Burglaries anil Roblrerte#. A daring robbery took place in the Weils. Fargo Express company's office at Meadville on Saturday night. Agent Charles P Moore was alone in the express office working at his monthly statements, shortly after ten o’clock the silence was broken by a knock. Mr. Moore opened the door, having taken the precaution to place in bis drawer a package of money,    4500 or IdOO,    which had been lying on    the counter.    Two mea catered, one    dark, large middleaged,    the    other apparency    about 25 y« ars    of age. heavy set with    a smooth face and florid complexion. One coy enughnnwnha revolver ordered Mr. Moore to “keep    quiet. ’ The    other parching him lo the safe commanded Wo«#7ror auflta-ta* lr#,end    I Him to open it.    He complied,    after Brrr \Lo. Nor    A-president    Hammond    which lht*    burglars proceeded    t * gag and presided at yesterday afternoon a meeting    blind    nim,    and theu to rifle    the safe. Finding nothing of value on the person M of the agent hey left. They passed in- Meldrum db Anderson,^ AMERICAN BLOCK. 390X402 Main Street, Bt mu*. \ of Branch No. 4ti3. I. N. L Treasurer K *ine reported that the total subscription* in betoil of suffering Ireland, col-,    . Un-fed under the branch’s auspices to date. , ° “e freight room. T lrned out the gas amount- to a dttle over IS.ODO, although *0*1 quietly left. some of rh« handed in. books haee aor yet Ven Krill fur (    H.tipractice. Kansas City, Not a —Dr T. S. Whita. a prominent physician, was held by the coroner’s jury for canton# the death of Mr*. D. C. Cole by criminal malpractice. THE RACING WORLD. At Ltndeu Park. Liyvtv.y P % bk. S’. J.. Nov. a— flummanee af r«*t#rri«y’s rare#: Ffr-t race. SS furlongs -Michael I, Oaren-ioni rowel K.ngii: time. se- aud race. >*e furtangsa Early Bluesom L Lepnnto 2. Equity J; tim#, nurd race, i*4 Uiuea-Firenzi L Demath A Caeoma i; time, 2a*1 4. Fourth r*o*. H mil#—Ketchnm I. Sat# Clark 2. Cam man *-ense .1: tim**. I T*H. Filth -nee. I raiie -Ratubier I, VarvleeJ, Ben 3arrii-nn J; time. 1:I3H. -ixTH race. 7q mile- Major Dome L Flta^ •ainert 2. Eolo 3; time. l;2s. At Washington. WashisoroN. Nov. A—YaaterdavN race* resin fro a# follow«: First -a* e. ^ mils—Is denes L Tappahannock S, Cold.-tr**ara tis time. 4. Second race, H mile 2, pencifrt M rime. 1:1694* Thirst ra* e. furlongs Larchmont I, Cor-tirello 2. King Hazem L time. 1:52. Fourth race. I mile—Bell d’Or I, Tanners, fljrra* nae »: time. I LL Fiftu race. -teep ecbane, 2 mile-: Zaugbar L Longshot <»rev Gown J; time. Bradford. Ps Nov I—At six o’clock I his evening. George Aden, cobbier of 'he Buffalo, Roches tar A Pittsburg **il-road. was knockt ti down md robbed by an unknown man Allen wa# ’Aging the money to the express office. A Heavy -uuw Snow began failing iu this city jmd before six o’clock last night, and con tinued until nearly noon today. The weather was soft aud mild,aud Hie snow was moist and sticky The branches of the frees were borne down by it,especially the many whereon the leaves still hang J Six inches or more of snow fell. This. with the mud under, made the wheeling very hard. aud sleighing was impossible ! It is a snow which will not stay long. Snow fell an over the State. Railways were not blocked, although eastern trains were late today. Funeral Notire. night, at 7 p. rn. We have the largest assignment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-oolored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carr}’ a complete line of NETTLETON^ Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS’ $:OX) Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the *     ,    . i.f    ,    e    ares*    good*,    cioakrt,    etc.; in gentlemen » money that has ever »evn of - . gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. AS TO THE FASHIONS. “ Some tirit born faiths triable, wmis achieve fashion, anti other* have fashion thrust upon them,’' quoth Chariest Lamb, when his tailor brought him a ne rn coat with a velvet collar anti told him ' ^very-body teen rn velvet collar * now. ' It is right to be in fashion if you eta. It is almost as cany aa to be out of fashion, unless you are indifferent like our friend Lamb, who, ax a genius, could afford to he so. From us you eau learn alxmt the newest fashions in dry goods, in all that pertains to ladies’ wear, such as SULLIVAN & SON, 2 13 Centre Street C C. PENFOLD Manufacturer and Importer M4 HAIT* BT.. BCYF4LO. w. Y. DKA'.FR fi* Yretertay's At Gtflocwtar. GLorrrsTXH. N. J., Now. A nu ** -eenitert a# follows: First race. « furlont-»—Glenola I, tk> So 2, Jennie McFarland it tim#. 1:21*4 Second race. V» mile—T >in Donohne I, Keyser 2. Fear lee* 3; time, bti4 Died last night, at 7 p. rn. at the Lowlander L Kitty T j family residence. 79 West Third street. Emma H., daughter of Theodore Winters. Time ut funeral will be given hereafter Mr Winters is the sympathy of the whole community having had to mourn the loss of his wife only about a mouth ago. He has another daughter at home hardly recovered from a long sickness. I Diarmmdrt,    Watches and Jewelry,, Leather Good#, ate KS ti RA Visa, >IOLl>4 SIL V KR PLA TIS Tm Philharmonic Concert. The reserve of seats for the Philhar- Third meet t**** furlongs Fad , W a*!ungum momc concert, last night, was the iarg-, Doniey I: rime. 1:3    j    .    .    ,    .    ,    "    .    . F-rnrth race. s furionfB-EngWwooo I. Lit* sn the history of the tasociation. A COMPLETE LOSE *>F Holiday Goods :W4 MAIN NT UK KT, BUFFALO, N Y etc.; and in carpets, drAperitis and interior house decorations. The newest Fall and W inter sty lea are ready in ail department*. A wonderful lot of attractions aud bargains on every hand. If you want a dress, here are fashionable fabrics from the world** centre* of fashion, choice goods and bargains innumerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a carpet, if you want dry good* of any kind, or a book (we musn’t forget the books), come to us and see the fashions —if you can t come, write, and learn what is fashionable in wearing apparel, in house furnishings and in literature. Don t wait to have fashion thrust upon you. You can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about anything in our line of business. Samples are sent freely, queries answered instantly. Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with us through the mail* a great success S, Noonday I; ti i.e. 1:21. Fifth rare, S mile- Burk# to aa Light# 2, Wanderer J; time. sixth race. declared aff an account af L Harbor lark- At Nashville. Nashville Tenn.. Nov. A—Th# -aces hers yesterday resulted as follow*: First race, 4 furlongs— Maud B L Corrtns Kin ut* y 2, Laura Doxey J; time. WL Second rare. 6*4 fur ongs -Poiemtis I, Little Crete 2. Mum.# Fanso l ime. Thin race. H axils-Roes L Ma.,ac bal a. Marcs J; time, 1: 4. Fourth r«<*«. . mde Penn PL Momta Hardy 2, Cashier J: time. I: (2%%. Fifth race, '*-« t ar ongs - Puente L Wyandotte i. Red Fax A time. I;i2'e. (Sixth race, >s furiuugs Lamoine H L Miee Kemp Dillard J; urn#, 1:11. ELY S The New York Tribune says of the Phuarmonics “ I he musicians did their *ork auh manifest love and sincerity.** The Troy Presa says of Miss Topping: “She ha* a riou, cultivated voice, pure, sweet and clear.’’ CATA RRH urea n Hi* JE. IC. D. rtperr *. Cla»se8 for dauciug will open next Friday evening Nov 7th. at 8 p. rn. at ; the new Union Hall, Central avenue. aud for juveniles Saturday at 2 p rn. ! Nov 8. Classes will be formed for beginners and advanced pupils. For other Cl••UlaM the Miteil Pa neat;*** Ail*y* Pain mid i attain mat inn. H a1* tile No****. K#h» tores the • af raet# ami rtmelL ADAM, MELDRUM Si ANDERSON, DHT HOO DU AND CARPETS, A merka* Block. m mn sT*tET—m*-4m BI FF tLO. X Y. (Additional Telegraphic New# an 3rd pug*.) nu rnt 1 cb HAY-FEVER A particJe is applied into each nostril and ii information caiI at any time or addreas igtyetoB*. Juries    ^ .,    ^    ...    „ .    ..    registered pi1 "*ta. ELY BRoTUKKM^ wi ‘ Mrs. Acerra, 73 Griswold st.    Streau New York. CILVMBER.S <t FRASER, TAILORS. Room Na 6,German Ins. B’i’g. Brrr a lo, N. Y. .ai bv mail prenai'i rn tHWJd et price. W* AJEA> TE WL HIN BOXES To oore any auw. With each order receive bv ta for si x Ikiih. accompanied witn IS. JI., a will Stand the aumilaiwr our writteu g nan*an Ut refund th# moosr if the rn-a un ton. doe* ae affret a <*«r» .<>a*aaatees issued rn v by Mo*. OUR’* P if a EX ACT, 60 Ie Aireau **• Csnfr# Avn. Dunkirk JI. T. An infa’libie sitn of physical decay is sleeplessness; if this is dangerous in an adult, it is deadly in early childhood. Dr. Bull’s Baby Syrup will always assist in comforting the baby It bas proved undoubted usefulness. we refer to Old Ssul’a Catarrh Cure. Price 35 cent*. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures ;