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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York Contin# (Dborntrr, Knt«rr-i lAr Dunkirk Foal oloe M* Second oiaa* mali matter. Fredonia News. DASHED TO DEATH. LA ti** KST CITY CIRCULATION. POPULATION Of OUN KIRK. M.00* PUI Dnnkirk Printing Co., OrriOS: Hand IO KAST HKCONO ST., ALSO PU B LOH SKM UP THI CHAUTAUQUA FA Ult Uh AND COMMH^IAL. boor. AND JOB PRINTERS ADVERTISING hates Made knowu al tho oflSocorby oorreainiadenee I I* A OO HUNK I* •'ITCH. L«K*al Editor. OMwt Au K NiMirr'i Uw Ufflw. PERSONAL. J. VV. Jenkins wa* up from " arn n reporter j >cHter»Jay on business. ll J. IN ua ber ton of OU City wan here vi-it ng frie d- Monday. (leo. H Ctmell of Buffalo wa* iu town yesterday for a *bort time. Neil Patter# rn of Kuaaell. Pa wa* lo t »wn yesterday for a short time. 8 8. Burnside cif Buffalo, wa* r * - U BSC H I PT IO N HATES. 9or work, 'leiirare*I ny carrier per year. through mail • Communication!1 tor publication amal ti every *iv* aouonpam»1 by the a ithor» full ta.* ..I .ddreaa. aal a»ea#anly lur pub Ileal n, but aa an ernleiMsa ol Roo-1 faith ¥ re* diacu wino mbfoeDof a jubile nature ar* a1 wn f ® *n v iut j*ft nill IMI #f i /tiii aroint- tincts NATICK. rite Read astrict N Y. Preaa association, of Which thin Journal ie a metnlier. baa a«i<*j*tc*! ae following by-law* which will lie henceforth airn ll> affberrcff lo in th * oE«e: 1. The aum ol not lea* limn live cen ta lier line shall he charged for* earth of thaiika,” * roaolti lion* of respect,” ll*-ta til wadding prwu-nta ati*i don m. obilunrv |*o«*try; alto for obituary nulled* other limn lh****’ winch the editor allah birn* lf mve aa a matter of new*. 2. N out JCS of church and net* tv and all othei enterU.i.menu from winch a revenue lh Ui I* derived, beyond a .jriel announoem'jnt. shall In Charge*! for al the rate of bot leas than five cent*- Un*. COAL ANO WOOO. 0. N. KIMBALL, HUOCXHOK IU J. O. HUMMELL. I •.licemid turd, foot of KutTvt.o St* Mat AHINT POR THS Djlaware aal Mm Lac! wane COAK an oroeia prompU\ attended lo RBP"r BI, BP HON ll No. 49.' A Rare Business Opportunity. Owing to the rapid increase in my Cigar industry, I pro pose after January 1st, 1891. to enlarge my facilities and devote my entire time to the manufacture and sale of cigala. I offer for sale my Wholesale Tobacco busineftH, with good will, private brands and trade marks. For further information inquire of GKO. P. ISHAM, 21 and 2J E. 2nd St., Dunkirk, N. Y. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. I SIMI. At Litol (Prom the Ellicottville Sew**.J The Buffalo Express, n violent Mug wuinp sheet printed Hi Buffalo doe?* now openly what it bn# for a Jong time done secretly; knife the Republican tiekei lie* ause »he Hon. Edward ii Gallagher a true and tried Republican, a nouune* of the party for member of Assembly i" the 8*1 Dint, of Erie county did not se*-fit to answer categorically certain imper tinent questions put to him by that sell appointed Boss the Buffalo Express; ii deliberately advises the K- publicans to bolt Mr.Gallagher's nomination. Among other r* m>on« for the bolt it allcg* s thai Mi Gallagher »* a friend of Mr. Plait. All summer it ba* roundly arid soundly abused Mr. Platt because be was run vociferously in favor of certain socalled Republican Assemblymen win* were the allies of Tammany Hall; and now from Its own stand point and standard of political virtue it out Platt’s Platt’s alleged treachery arni political hypoericy. The niugwumpery of the Buffalo Express ha-touched the bottom of political treason. it is the last ditch of reb* Ilion against party efficiency and good order. It had rather Ire a boss in hell than to serve in heaven. Failing to dictate party nomination*-it employs first mule tactics and kicks and finally tempers kicking by assassination. in the Lumber Mill*. The great lumber industries in the vicinity of Olean are reducing their pro duction in a marked degree, say® th* Bradford Era Many nulls are shut down entirely, some are running shorthanded and others are contemplating a reduction of force. The enforced idle ness of a large number of people is the result. In many of the small towns along the Allegany the lumber trade is the chief industry, aud the present depression is keenly felt. In this case it is not the McKinley bill that causes the trouble It is all owing to the scarcity of stock, the mild weather of last winter haying interfered seriously with lumber operations. The Allegany Lumber Company will not be caught again in this way and are now preparing lo run an extension tramway system into the lumber dis-rict about Bullis’s Mill-, and will !>ogiti operations as soon as the iron for the track arrives. Their mills have been closed since last duly. Gordon’s mills will close this week for au indefinite period, throwing about 25 men out of employment, their resumption of business depending upon the weather. Weston Brothers, at Weston Station, are running on short time and will pro bably close this week, having only 5t),UO feet of available stock to cut up. This mill usually rims night and day and employs about 50 men and boys Their kindling-wood factor}, employing about 15 hands, will also close. The Weston Brothers are building a big slide in the woods preparatory to running in their logs as soon as a snowfall sets in. The large saw mills of Mr. J. R Lindsey at Weston Station will close to night indefinitely. The state tax for Allegany county for the year of 1890, as fixed by the comp troller is 2 34 IOO mills as against 3 52 IOO mills for 1889 of which I 4 KHI mills is for schools, 7-10 general purposes, 6 IO canals. Are You Going to Europe.’ Take Dr. Hoxsie’s Certain Croup Cure with you. It is the greatest blessing iu a foreign country, and will save the ex-* pense of a physician. It strikes at the rout of the disease. 50 cts. Charlotte Brook*'* Story (From the Stracn**1 |£venin* Herald, Oct *' 1 Charlotte C Brooks ha- been detained a' the Station Mouse sin* e Monday, but •he will probably be released on bail t<> day. This Is the story she told Chief Wright in the presence of a for the Herald this morning “I "** born in England and my parents moved to this country when I was but l ine months old Mother has wealthy relations in England Although we are Hebrews, we do not follow their customs a* practi-ed h* re. We lived for a time in New York. then in Ferrooa, Rochester and Dunkirk. At Rochester lustered at the Pa: k House Monday. papa held some city office. Vie carne l £ jl Crissey of (/’berry Creek was on a large boot and shoe butin* ** at lure yesterday on business. Mr. Dunkirk, where my mother died about Crissey in co-operation with G. >. three years ago. Then our store was i *LlI -r*i of Jamestown stalls a new bank closed ou a judgment and the goods m Jamestown the first of Git* mouth, disposed of at a mere trifle Mother    —    — left considerable property toller chil-    Zet**«tan    i^*riur«*    t    our***, dren, bul ainee (ben this hat all melted j The popular lecture course by the away, and I ain frequently callet! ou Zetcsian Society is to he repeated I Ii I** tjy lawyers to sign papers. I don’t un- I year. The members will not be as nu derstaud mu< h about (his business, mer oui as heretofore as they cannot be While al Dunkirk i learned that papa id until 'be completion of the new had married Mrs. Rachel Saliusay in j building. The talent e caged comprises tnaujr of the L ading men before the American public among whom we will mention it y. Itu-sell II. Con well. The Lott!** TWO ENGINEERS ANO THEIR FIREMEN KILLED IN A COLLISION. Syracuse, hut thiee months had elapsed before this news was given to me. My stepmother was very eros* to us and we found it impossible lo bye with her. So papa fixed up a place for ua ] club. J, (J. Clark and Mr Loccy in the store. A wooden parti ion sep arates our sleeping room from the st re, and back of this is the kitchen. I sleep with two of my sisters while the other little sister sleeps with my two little brother*. I am eighteen years old an the oldest of the children. * About a week azo my stepmother came to Die store and said that she owe*! lr. McCarthy and Company a large bill, i told her to pay it aud said sue might moi (gage our property. 8he told me (hat she knew an easier way than that. She said I hat she had the sture well insured and she could burn it and get the insurance to pay the hill. She told me that if I said anything about it I wo ti d get iweuty >ears. Then she iu>»de me take lurid of a little Bible ami repeal some words in Hebrew after her I didn't understand the word*, hut supposed it was an oath, Then I sai l that if the building wa* borne i nothing could be done to me a* I bai had no hand in the lustier. She said thai i wasn’t *«ld    j    .......... enough to undent md the affair, but i    Acetol**!    In    tim    normal    Reboot. (hut if I gav«- lier away she would make    Last    evening    about    six    o’clock    Mbs tiling- pretty ugly for me. Hbc de*dale*!    I    Hattie    Rurbaus    of    Westfield,    a    student A P**«fii**r Train on Us Delaware. Lackawanna and \T*«t*rn (rathr* Into a I owl Train Waar S*r**-*«* — Thraa af the- Vlrt I rn* Rn rind Unbar th* Debris. K«-vri a1 l*a*«*nc«rs *nrlou»ly lujurnd A SIiaplarad (twitch th# Causa. SYRACUSE, V Y.. Nov. 4.—Th* express train thai left New York od the Delaware, La kawantra and Western railroad at 0 o’cLm k yesterday morning nod was due here at 5.55 last evening, w hile descending the steep grade near Rock Cut, three nu es* from this city, crashed into a coal tram stan ting on a switch aud waiting for ti e track to lie cleared for its passage southward. Both locomo te**** were completely wrecked, and the baggage and mad car* were crushed to pieces. Of the other cars on the passenger train, four us number, three were thrown from the tra* k. the force of the collision hurling them into a portion almost ar richt angles with Hie rails. The single Pullman car, whit h was next to the mail car, kept its place. Michael Burke of this city, engineer ob the pa-sen if cr    train, and    J. W. Doyle of Great Mend.    Pa., engineer on the coal train, wi re killed outright w.th their firemen—Jerry l>e# of this city and Merton Ferrum of Great Rend. The four men were buried under the wreck. Doyle was dug out by the train hand* with the assistauce of sours of th# passengers. Th) other three are still iu Definite information    as    to the    date of    the wreck. c ■mmriM-.-uicut mud ««< I lu mber ol A- by » min,. I,, oonr of th. p««foger. was killed, and only one of (.hem, Mrs. engagements    will    be    given    in the    uei.r    ThomM Corcoran of ti    Myrtle avenue, future.    Buffalo, was    seriously    Injured. Mrs. ——Corcoran was on her way home from Cort- >»rmal    Addition.    |    Putti. She had two rita* broken and her rv,*    , ... t j kj _    I    right wrist was dislocated She also sus- I he addition to the Normal school is i “ rapidly nearing completion. S Ii**}* are now at woik on the second story whit h will soon be finished. It i- j expected and hoped that the entire j building w ill be ready for occupancy by LANDS FOR SALE. The undersigned bas about 400 acre# of land for sale. which be will eel I in lot* f ten acres or rn »re to met par chs-er*. This land is in the town of Villenova, near th* Hanover line, about SI miles south of Fore-tvil <• It j* fin,, aud. well w atered. s|*leii 'id timber ami goo ! buildings ll *ill be »o*d on any terms, a moderate payment down; the balance secured by bond and mortgage on time to suit purcba-er. This is a first class opportunity for any one de siring a large or a small piece of land; and to euabie a mao of small means to get a good home and pay tor the same Address, or iuvuire of 0. Stearns. Forest'illeN. V. or at the law office of Stearns arni 'Varner, Dunkers, N Y. —Twenty-six different styles of Red ' Crow Heaters, all to be seen on P. B I Cary A Company’s floor. Remember this is only ••nr of each sire and kind, i Vluch nickel and no nickel, so nil may be pleased. An Entire New Stock -OF tprii l l I In* chapel will Im- iu thin building and will sent 2'si with a capaci y of acc* m-iiodating if ue«res-ary one thousand. This new addition testifies to ti e growing importance of our Normal School. When the old building was first built it w as thought Hint it would tecummodate all who wished to enter but the growing attendance has rendered ii necessary to put an addition to the building first erected. that she knew more of the world than I did and had had a great deal of exp r-ieuce, and all that I had to do was lo follow her iuslrucli ms. I told her the! we children were iii danger of b truing up in the Normal -chout went to the N«u-m d Room on the second floor to obtain ber book* for the p ir *o-e of stu lying. She opened the door of w hat she sup p t-ed lo h«* the ante room of the Nor- liut she replied that all I had to do was ; mal Room, hut whit !) was the door to try ami get them out when I beant cracking in the store. Hue said (ha I sh ult! not mind my clothing or anything else, amt if til** ( till In n should then burn, that it was God s will that such should be the ca-e. Last Sunday about noon my stepmother called again , ending to the elevator Before she Iii diced where she was going she fell to iii** ba*ement. Kind aud willing hands (--isled lier until Dr Richmond came »nd today she is resting as easy as could be expected under the circumstances. •Vc hope for Miss Burhain- a speedy at the store and -cut my little -i-ter out recovery. after some Yahrzcit caudles. These are burned only in memory of die dead Sue placed two of the candle# on a shelf in the kitchen ami lighted them, say in to ii- that she was burning them in memory of iii)' mother. My stepmother had previously refer*cd to how she could sprinkle kerosene around t e room and so .-ct the wh de place burning at once Munday night papa went to 'he lo Ige and my’ step mother went into th * store after a pin* of shoes th it she said -he wattled to gi e to a little frie id of tiers    in    the    country, ■she then laid down on the    sofa.    an I    a- I had a t >oth ache I I iv    down    on    tee tied with my clothes on    I    bal    put    my brothers to bcd and -aw th it they wer adeep before I I•*y down. That i- th* last I remember until I Ii aid the fir -men in the morning. The c t idles that were founJ burning were the same *s those nay little sister g *t for my step-in ther. I suppose my stepmother left the store by the rear door.” TRK c« rn scion-ness of having a reined* *t hand for cro i|». pneumonia, sore ihroat, and s<m| b n colds, i- very consol iii Iiih parent. " uh a bolti** of Ayer -'’berry Pectoral in th** bouse, one feels, ui such cts**-, a sense of security nothing else can give of —To rent, a bouse on the corner of Courtney an*! Griswold streets, nil conveniences. Enquire of August Kolb. Under tb<* new management the Anderson restaurant in Buffalo is greatly improved, and there is no bet’cr phi e in th# city for ladies shopping or gentlemen to get a lunch or dinner. — Such a line of second band stoves have never been seen a- IV ii. Cary & Company have on their floor. They were bought cheap sud will be sold cheap as they need the room for the immense stock of new (Tries. l ilt* ((runt Locomotive U urk«, A Chicago dispatch, given below, will be read with interest here; After nearly ayear’sdelay the Supreme Court of Illinois has decided the fauo i-litigation over the sale of se* (ion 21 in ( icero, Cook County, III , purchased b' the Grant Locomotive Works December 21, 1889. at auction. The Supreme Waterworks amt th* Liectrlc Link’, Dr. Richard T. Ely in his series I pipers oil municipal ownership say#: | i'he next ti out it monopoly to be con J i lend i- "hut supply, arni compara-j lively little nee I be sud about ibis. f<* be principles whit b coni rot it are pre-•»--*!y bk** tho*** governing iii** ga- sup I »lv, -ave that the rea-ons for jiulil c un | I ru.k ng-art--ult-lr niger Ii i- mort I a-dv managed, and the importance «*i I /eneral u-e of water iii I r<e quanti!ie-tnnot Pe overestimated One of oui I -ped >1 blessings in Baltimore i- oui (build.ult s ip|* y. an i it is qoe-'ionahl* v lief her any special charge -boult! bt na ic tor its use Certain ii is (fiat Git (({vantage of our public service over mn private service must be mea-ured by millions of dolbit’s I ti ave made sj»ecia investigation of w ater supply in sev*nd towns, and I have yet ta Pod one in--iance iii which municipal self-help did not work belier than the beneficent pa trio!ism of private corporations. I haw looked into the experience • f a whole j group of town- in New York state, and I ! hey all tell one story. I have before nu* a- I wihe complete and tiusiwor by I ret iii tis of t wo or three of t Ii < se. procured I v11ti some labor by the exertions o ; fiiemts. The experience of Ran tnlph in Cattaraugus county N. V., t lls Git -lory f< r all A private company w’ani cd to (nit in w der wo.iks. ai d the low I est hid which they could be induced to I make was $J8 DOO. and that was under I condite rn that (tie town should subscribe i for stock. Tbe charge for waler was to be #10 for a household, wuti extra fauces!#. cl *seis, (Ste . in proportion. Ran dolph finally built its works for a tola' e »st of $20,299 80. and with a charge of #4 for each household, in-icad of $:0,is mak mg a profit Everybody is delighted with the experiment. G rwanda in the-ame county has iiad a similar experience, as have Fredonia and Dunkirk, in Chautauqua county, while the neighboring city of Jamestown tried the private cor poration jdan to its sorrow The gel)Ge lid tied severe injur.es to her spin** and her •eft should r was Imd v bruised. .She is uow at >t. .loH-ph's hospital ii* this city, md her chances of recovery are very doubtful. Michael Tierni* of Gr**af Rend, Pa., head brakeman of the coal traiu. was also •/Hilly injure i. At the Unit* of th# col-li-ioti In* wan in the cab with Doyle and Fern.til, waiting for Hie passeit/er iraiuto pa— 'ie was buried in rue wreck, but was got out in a few miuutes. Tierny wa- so badly -cabled that the skin |»ee!ed off from his right side aud hip Hi- face and head .’ere bruised an I ilia right knee wa- -crioH-b injured. It is thought that he may recover. A K K • hi t (all of Oswego, NVY., a brakeman on tm* pi- edger train, and Ba.gage man 'N’ ii Copperuol of the sum* place, were bm led nuder the hagg. ge (ar, but ne tiler v.as seriously hurt. <\ (’ Darby of Cortland. N. Y., a postal clerk of Syracuse, president of the State Liquor Dealers’ association, sustained -light injuries. The wilde-t excitement prevailed for an hourortwo after the news of the i.i-a-t*r n ached the e tv. owing to the f ic: that the t'silroad author tie- tele phoned that the cars had token tire and tsked the a—is!alice of th** fire depait-ment. This information, happily, proved to Is* erroneous. Aiming the passengers wa# H»*nrv We# on Edwards of Londoti, Keg . the famous traveler, who ha- ma Ie the circuit of the globe three times ami who accompanied Nellie lily on a large part of her ircord breaking journey. Mr." eston, who Is on ii* way it< me from China, left here last veiling for New York, where he will take a steam* r this afternoon for Europe. The accident was cruised by a mi-placed witch 'I he switchman, it is -aid, had he* ii in the employ of the company only since Get. 20. Salvation' Oil quickly finds its way to (he seat of the disease, allays the in-ti munatinn, and. by removing thecauje. effects a permanent cure. 25 cts. Mr Ru-kin thinks there is a grea’ future for American ari—bul he hardly realizes the enormous demand over here for Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup. G. I ARNOLD 309 Lion St.. Dunkirk, N Y„ SODA OIL CLOTH PATTERNS! Oil Cloth by the yards in all widths. Linoleum in all grad) Butcher! uALbRAIfti’S him Eons Marks*. DKAI KH IN All kinds of fresh - caught OC KAN FISH when in season. ALS > AU, KINDS OF KRESH WA. TKR HHH, WHITEFISH.    YELLOW FIKE. Butter, Eggs, Lard, Oysters blue pike, perch, Clams. Poultry, &c. UEKK,NU' salmon TU-it. sc Fresh til Salt maw, Sis:, Bi:n,Swa?et whitney Cor. Third and Deer Streets, j DUNKIRK J. W. llAl/HItAlTII. ll K lh,rd M.,    GUN    h    I    It    K,    N    Y •AND Mineral Waters, HINGER ALK, A-<\, <>*, draught, »t Arnold’s Drug Star. Repairing of Fint* j i at( lies a Spuria by. I 19 RAILROAD AVENUE. I    Engraving, DUNKIRK, N. Y.    f    Gold and Silver Dialing. OKAI,KH IN* Drugs, Medicines, Perfumerj FINK H %« KKCRIVKI) ll IS—— ill rn mm Von int (.dilly of Murder. Buffalo, N**v. 4 — I h** inquest into the Cana# cf th • death of Kila May Connors, who was ptn-hed over a high tre-tle at Akron, N Y , by Sarah Ann McMullen ln-t Fridav, was cond tided at Akron yesterday. I’he jury r-turned the verdict shat Edit May Connors came to her death it the hands of Saratt Ann McMullen. A warr<ut was l-sned ai once charging Sarah with murder, and she was coin nutted to jail heie to await the action of the grand jury. Nlr*. Hirctiall I.chtc* for Ottawa. \Vooi*sT< t K, Ont., Nov. 4 —Mrs, Birchall and her -is cr, Mn. WYst-Jonea, left her* tin-morning en rout * to Onawa. They Will *i*en I the day in Toronto looking after petitions au l b-a'e for Ottawa this evening. To-morrow lite commutation pet it ions will Ie presented to the minister of jut*) ne aud Mr*, llirchall will makes I ersonal appeal to him to apar* her bus baud’s life ______________ An Tri I tor’- Wile Commit* Suicide. Hon DOUT, N. Y., Nor. 4.—The wife ol Eras* us L. Clark, editor of ’Hie Daily Freeman, committed suicide yesterday by taking laudanum and corrosive -it bit mat*. I he lady had i>c**n a confirmed invalid for years from rheumatism, and this is the -up osed cause ,/f the rash act. Mrs. Clark was 30 year- of age and was a na;ive of Lan-ing. Tompkins county. Governor Hill Arrive* in Limit a. Elm J KA. N Y., Nov. t Governor Hill arrived lie re at 11:29 la t night. He was met by a ti urn lier of ei i/ n- md conducted to the office u Civil Set'ic'(’n mini-atoner IC sra<*e. where In* held au impromptu re ccm im. 'I’hi* governor had not \et seen Mr. Noble’s let!-.***, hilt promises to talk on ilie subject biter. Toilet Requisites AND Alex. M. Maim FLU M BING, (ins ami Steam Fitting. A full line of goods always on hand. Estimates given on application. Agent for Cleveland and Milwaukee FASHIONABLE SUITS Air Compres:ors wi Bssr Fraps, At low price..    R    Tliird    St STOLK OF C L OT I rs Vhich bt* is prepared to make up into oxo- Drug Sundries, -A FOLI. LINE OF Stationery and School Supplies, Diamond Dyes, Seeleys Hard Lubber and Leather Covered Trusses. A Hi guaranteed. A full lim* of Choice Cigars, Smoking Tobacco ami Cigarettes. If you are in need of aa v * rcuat, , -uit or Trousers, it is fur your interest to call al his store and bu* k at the Bar-I'aino he is now able to offer. You can SAVE MONEY ’»y doing so. He guarantees a pcr'ect it in every inatanoi. Your ( u-t<*m is , solicited. Carl Schaller, TrO Faut Third St., DUNKIRK, - -    -    N.    Y. Marble and Granite Monuments and Headstones, you will find at a very reason able price at the Dunkirk, Marble ami Granite Works, and don’t forget the l<*w prices on Htone Flagging for Gds season, which are offered by Rudolph Moldenhauer, Cor Buff'do sud 3d Sts , Dunkirk. N Y 8ADYS.R, THE TAILOR 220 CETMTRAL, AVE. v\ iims and Liquors for medical purposes. Watch Case. " heil it is taken into consideration tin* faut I bat W bingey i- lined largely n. 11n*-** who sues, ifs iiituli-ui .al boufclit'-, the Utility and iii, iii-of to** Whiskies sold. Incomes a ■ ■ question ut g*«*:G importmiuu. ■ i:’j, V. I un IV Iti-ck Pearl Defeat* l!«*ni»V K«*llih#r. I Mi\\t vc itNov. 4.— The fight l*etween j    t he Ii!'ck Pearl of this    city    and Detiuy Kvl iii, r    *f It >-’i*u for a j*ur*e of #I,(AX* I    o cun* J I.,»t night at    the    Twin City A hie* ie    < lab room-, a*id    was    awarded to the Pearl in me twentieth round. was very lilt Ie lighting done There Physician s Prescriptions a Specialty. Call at Arnold's Drug Store, 309 Lion Street And examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. I hxnlle nothing hut th* highe-t f rsde of good* nia'te. In    t Watches, Clocks. Jewelry, Silverware. &c. Kvery article warranted just a* represented I Iihv e put the price- ‘low ii a» low a* any that nu he found for I* e -an,# grad, of graal-. I Iiave cut Hie price on po we good* *»w**r than other Jeweler# will Hell them for, and I intend to keep I hem down during the coining lloli-da*-, when I will dhow a- Ane ami Inure a •dock of tine Gold and Silver Wale lie*, • lock*. Diamond*, Jewelry, Silverware, Novelle *j.old 'lead Un c*. I*mlirella-.Uold * en-and Pencil-, etc., aa wa* ever chowii in Dunkirk. I will have twice a* large a*t**ck a* I had a year ago. Nothing toil ft ret cia** good-, th*- l*<‘-t that tv made. No cheap prize package Jewelry of any kind will la* found in mr -torc. FRANK F. STAPF. S3 Til I Itll KT ll RKT, - DUNKIRK, N. Y, has Lulu Lufnru tilt* public Tor mail) \u:*»M. its Purity in not ouiy guarat -tee ii by tilt* Instill'r. but is corn •jj cit tv ii on bt a great numb* r ol tile most eminent Physicians in the Unit,et! Slates.    Side agent*. Loeb Brim., Dunkirk N Y. Railroad Avenue- Court fully affirms the master's sale and I ,n*n wh<l m% me accouul *»f th* decides thai Mrs. Hetty Green ha- abs.)- ,fU,uio,l‘h experiment writes ac:    As to iutely no right to the properly. This Jamestown I bear nothing but com decision means a great deal for the fti lure development of the West 8ide, and particularly Cicero property. It insures, iii the first place, the construction of immense locomotives work* Ai ! lea-t $1.000.ODO will be expended bv th* j Company for buildings, foundries, aul shops. Between 1.200 aud I 500 men j will be employed at the works, so thai about this new manufacturing center a nucleus of a population of from 5.(MIO t*> 10.0(H) pet sons will he drawn at once j Cottages, houses, ami fiats will have to I be built for them The o d Grant worn* I at Paterson, N. J., will he abandoned. i .% ICiUlruntl <‘*»ttl»r llot>l»«*d. Bit A DF LD. Pa., Nov. 4—At 6 o’clock I d evening George Allen, ca-bier of the Buffalo. Ro* hc.-ter and Pittsburg rail-I r » *1, w’u- knocked down aud robbed of j ai by au unknown man. A leo wa* i*l a: tits Ahi write a gentleman who faking the money lo (lls express office has entered my office tell- me ai)out the t still more unfortunate experience of the    Drowned    in Hell fiat*. people of Galesburg. Illinois, with nri    New York, Nov. 4 -Frank Straub, an v ie water works. They have beeu so j '** l*<)licvraan who watdismisaed from the annoyed by failure of the company to ; force » short time aga aud 8i*lney Smith, fulfill its promises, atid by per|*etual    Probationary officer, were drowned iu wild now gladly What is a cold in the bead? Medical authorities say it is due to uneven cloth ing of the laxly, rapid cooling when in persj)iration, *&c. Vt e important point is, that acold in the beati is an inflammation of the lining membrane of the nore, w hich when unchecked, is certain to produce a catarrhal condition—for catarrh is essentially a ’’cold” w hich nature is no longer able lo ’ resolve” or throw* off Ely’s Cream Babu tfas r*rov ed its superiority, arid sufferers should resort to it before that common ailment becomes seated and ends in obstinate catarrh. ting 'turn, that they purchase the works, which have beeu idle for two years. The plan of primate companies is to get the towns to sub -cribs for a sufficient number of hydrants at a sufficient stun for each to pay nearly the entire interest on the to tai outlay, and all the other revenues are tnen clear profit A gentleman who is attorney (drone of the large companies engaged in su -plying towns with water works told me that his skill had been taxed in assisting them to pump watered again and again, and it wa-s ill neces-ary to ald t * it to conceal (he enormous profit*. Hell t,ate late yesterdav afternoon bv the juking of tho yacht they rau. OCTOBER'S GOLDEN DAYS OPARA HOUSE C0AL> WOOD -Fence    Postsjile,Lumber,Ac. Da You Know mat the stock in m. A. Paekar*t .t id.'- i.lri BUoe costs mort! 111f»*i any 53.00 sb**e mads ? Oo You K now that M. A. Packard He < o. cliall* ic’** (lie world to produce 1*ett»-r Gcnticiii* a’s Himes for the money than theirs at Do You K"ow d ■ at l»v wearing th** M A P o arn .iud Po.*# Shoes yon eau sax*- m<>n**> * They will last longer, fit hotter, and wear more comfortable from the ti *! «!:• v than any othe** shoos. Do You Know unscrt uhsis dealers nill tell you some oth* r sh(»o# for the sam* Uioncy <*r less are “just as g^s*d a- M. A Pa< kard He Co V’? Til BY APF. NOT. Our Shoes Iih\# no Rivalim Equal !/**ok f«»r our stniim 01. tho bottom and take no others They are ABSOI.UTELY THE bEST. F< r S*l#> r'rr< (*l.( i» or «»* • tjy matt p/.-tpsid, o» reef ij/f of |iric* Ii* 4. A. PA(KAKI) A CO Hr ack too. II. R. OEHM, A^’i.t. DNL Mf.IIT DNLV FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. “ ^ ^ tart to::!t fratti Telephone No. 24. D01TT FOEGET That K. Ham t Joe* repairing*)!all ktD**Jjsu< t a - kill .es, sci* ** *, lo* ks, key* rev**! vers, grin sewing machines, carpet swuef*ern, cloth* -wnn«;*r». 'awn mowers, skate,s.ha..J *•*■♦!«, nu -hrell&a, filing and setting saw* in fact rn. ny fh'nir* *»*>; hi re *nenc*o»,''<l. f»i*re *.i»n * r.nll at ill Knffslft siree). THE • SENSATIONAL . BOOM ! % Prominent Temperawc# Advocate Dead. St. C ATB ARISES, Ont., Nov. 4.—H. 8. McCollum died her# y*st#rdajr. H# was a life long worker in th# t«inp*ranc# caus* aud wa- general secretary of th# Son# of Tcnij>erauce of Western New York for many year#. Call for changes in Jewelry. ! ger are the light and fantastic NI VPI LING F vt IN. CiiicKxw-cuoLvra and pips prevented and cured by flimmou# Liver Regulator. Give your pct dogs or cats 'itnmons Liver Regulator, when *ick—it will cure "them l ake Simmons Liver Regulator in youth and you will enjoy a green old age. Painting the town red means headache in the morning. Simmons Liver the following >ugg*-*t8 the hest remedy: Alphonso II em i* ti mg of Butler, Pa., -wear* that when his son wa-*;»ccculc--tr(*in 8t. Vims *iance Dr Miles’ great —  1 ■■    Restorative Nervine cured him Mr-. Frank L Nuse of Titusville, who has J. It. .'tiller, -of Valparaiso, and J. I) been the cause t»f a great deal of excite Tavlo**, of L«»gan*|H*rt. Ind., each nient and many wild rumors, ow* ing to gained 20 pounds from taking it. Mrs. his luy terious silence durm * his trip »n Ii. A Gardner. «>f Vi-tulx. Iud., wa-I'exas. has return# i home saf« lf.    j    tm red of 4d to 50conNrul-ions a day. and The American f*c*»ple are rapidly be- „    .    _    --- f*i*mtng a race of nervous wrecks, and Regulator prevents it. I rescribe Sim mons Liver Regulator, and it deserves all the praise it receives.—Dr. D. W. Atkinson. Siloam Springs, Ark. Jacob Horn of Erie while working in a bfdit-r l**t week was enveloped in -team by ’.he blowing out of a plug. He died after extreme agony. A wife ani -even children survive He was employed in the E. A P. railway shops. “One touch of Nature make- the w hole world kin.” Diseases common to the race com eel the search fora common r me ly. It is found in Ayer’s Sarsapa rill*#, the refutation of w hich is w* rld-wide, having largely superstded every other blood medicine in use. much headache, dizziness, backache and    _    _ _ nervou-prostration by one bottle. Trial will*-’ \rott    ,|.rU bottles, and tine b ok of m-.rveious SIW> 'Ml'U LIVCH PILLS. Act on a new principle—r* foliating the liver stofloo'h and lmv*L th:oufn the nerves. A new diocoverv. I>r 5ti I a’Pills speedily cur* I (lh msness. Lad t.s-t'*. P>rpid liver, pi lea, coo nties. free at Monroe’s Pharmacy who recommend* aud guarantees this unequaled rem dy.    _    __ rue K A P    romp-,    ,    f„rDi.h    S'SStjSl coal at Praltsbu. gh for $6 per tot).    I    c^«t*    jump!#*    ha    o    at    Mfynnw’#    Pbermwoy No Ion-fashions of Hummer pins, bracelets, bangles charms and the like suitable. There are seasons in Jew* Iry as in all el*#, and we show a line of high Fall novelties which will make your eyes glisten like th” ret tings in some of them. There the pro-l>er things for severely-correct gentlemen, the proper ornaments for ladie* whose own beauty is enhanced by just the rigb1 piece of jewelry. There is mourning jewelry, and trinkets for the baby, wedding presents and I 'Ver’s re membrances. In fact no occasion in life can arise that we are not provided with the proper things to commemorate it. Then in standard goods we have a -atisfactory stock. O Iv one rem, Watches. Many men join a watch club and pay twice as much as we would barge for tie watch they get Simply bemuse tbe\ did not inquire something tbout price before getting their head in the poke. Don’t you do it. J ohn A. Stapf, tate* ntrsJ A value. DIVBLZKR. V T. PEED. j|AY. I  ------  „.l    I;.HM_    * Byrant & Saville’s Miscue is! Sjwtaciilir COMPANY. Stable- Bedding. Catchy Music! Gorgeous Scenery! Bewildering Effects! \ TTT) Tj^ I 9^ WE make a qieuialty o; LJ J I Pj 1~j “LAUREL,” a high-grade I PRICED........ 50,    35    and    25    Cents. S»flt* can be «ecur«:d at N U-on’*. DR. 8ANOF.WB LSC TRIO JELf •tts ^.dtsiitrFMSflfiy rex th Min nc^sota i*atent Flour, and warrant it strong and the most uniform Spring Ratont in this market. All grades of flour at bottom prices BALKO HAY \ N D OAT STRAW, Number one in quality, by the ton or singh* hale. CROf/KER’H Celebrated Phoepates. “Feat Moss Stable Bedding,” imported from Germany Is a great dooderizer and disinfectant, and keeps horses*»eet soft am! healthy. Rropcrlv used, it makt^s the cheapest and hest stable bedding to lie found in the market. l* Aaa*. •: ui ut »)!)» ---  ID    hi 1 .1 411 Ii i*.r.,«tf* ,    DIM    Kmo'tSorhX'N —f ^ *MT1 lo CUHI’t b, M*h>(* C JrX. A’S ay **•» > <• BELT ANil SISPthSjs'.: _^P    !«** U»u fPvUfie pa: t*r» *1 (.n.ridr,    fp*riy, SUI*, 4t.- •« llfCTftlC muiKT, < ort-iHi or Eloctricjtr thrown •!> J I —. (ut’oriDf lo-tn to HK (LTH ooHEK.OIHir*#!) liMU# ■ / Hr I un oo* VoH taftoal)*, or or iv'Toi! SiJR* it. c hi T ud tMpoaoory Complot# 94. «a4 ob. Worst rir-*■•'rate i«ro4 Lo tiro* viOL'-tu    («miU.ot    fr-a. aojTDiolI £UB0TKJ0 OO,, (fid droM»*iy, Xrw York. WEAK NO i IMFOR TED DAIRY SADT and American ham*! salt. Grain and feed of all kinds at lowest market prices, delivered to any part of the city free. X>.1<\ TOC -MKN DtJNKi BK X. Y 4'i4 and 43f> Lion stree’f ;