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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York L. XX. r'.PRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. SET. KCU.VG MACHINE for rilling .TV aU k i la ol hlanka is tJie lauist'iuiftitlon to He Department of i unkirk Pnnunif Company. B, need nut -utbiea. B. ii'TORD, 223 ami -OS Central A-re. Photographer Inatantanuuuu :a ol Babius a specialty. Sitters -.rait for sunshine except lor pnei- titlo No. Ui K. na Uunfcirk, N. r. uLi, bound in all -ttvlea. tended to. All work CBUCKKKT HOUSE. Central Avenue. liuf- Mu- dealer in anil HOTBL, Kales, per any. 3tuuJe LH conaecaon. Victor Bldt-r, 336 and 337 Lion alreot. I. v> under 1. Otuter SHOP Chan. Prop., .e Share National Bunk, corner Third streets. A line stock at i Domestic Li gurs. D CSK! :K BTENWQ OBSERVER. rgest Daily in the Crmnty. An muilhitn. DUNKI.iH: ENOEfEEKIUa COMPANY. forme ,-ly Sellew 4 Hopple. Engines, U.iilur.H, Pulleys, elc. Pattorns, ForiongH, ,u Machine Work to or ler Shafting Lauunga, DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1890. NO. 84. A NLGIITOF HORRORS. THRILLING TALE OF A SURVIVOR OF THE SERPENT DI8A3TER. A Throe HomV with the WUVM. geamiui Story of Exporl- Land In Km- of -203, 206 anil j f Cen-r HUreut, Manufacturers of Cromwe amt "Dunkirk" purled ilium: I Dress Shii 11. on dalo in all luiulinK fill-mulling clothing u. I ilry gnoilH IIGIISUB m Uuukirb. I F. T .OMJSV, s (mil t3H Lion street, Uealer. Pluur, Kftnd. alt. Uale-l Hay, F'h.ia- EKIK MUTKl. Dep noil.- -t. alurcial T uml Uininjr inioun. Union .acceiw 10 .ill craiiid and DUB- occomiuuilutinnB for CDIO- Joan .1. Murpliy, Prop. JTine F Uolatertng M S atntei. ruuirc, Cu'jinei :ina Puituro Knimua mudu cu onler. u. CO., Centrtti ii ami Gentlemun Ontiltlera. II STEAM UEATINti CO., Heating Appurutuu a Specialty. TLJOfltE -iT.KA.1C LAD.NDI1I. Our apt- Kuiis lac; Colliin, 2c; CtUTu, iiiitt Laci: '.'tirutliiti. fr'ruo Duliv- ory. A Unmumi..-M, 'Jenwr street. H K. K. Tlnnl at., cor. at BlllTalo lac-i r .imt 'leuler LD Fine HouLa Shuos WKILEK'S SZW STORE, HIS E. Thir-1 at. Btnjka, dtallouerv, Muaicai In- .wiiWeekly Papora, and u> a llrsl iMuad honk Sclu-m liuiiks a rtpeuiaitv. I OB PRINTING ill avury ae3cripunaann.ll loWtiB- .iviuif rules Uy L'uiikirk Compuiiy. i and lu E. ScHinnil SU Rniuihm Bodlai Bern Buoarnrtxl. COBUN3A, Nov. British man-of- war Lapwing brought tho survivors of H. M. S. hjorpmit to Corunna yusterday. A correspondent of tun L'uired Press boarded tho Yeswil and obtained interviews with tho fortunate rnon. Bur'on, the llrst one questioned, .said thar the rjiyasti-r to the Sorpent occurred at lu-.W Monday evening. The a nanty ouc. but thnre no The rock on which the vesaul itrnuk wan covered by watar and could not lie neen. All on hoard wsn: below oept the offlcera and six watchman. They all rusiicd up fanling the shock, but no panic reunited, and the orders of the oara wore promptly obeyed. The largo boat wad iaua lowered, but iviis ahno.st instantly imbibed to pieces among the rocks and ita occupants purinhed. It was uaeleas to lower the other boata, and all Vflforta to throw a cable aulmre failing, the tltuation wiis a hopelean one. The 'man constantly being washed overboard by the heavy WHe, Burton saw one wave wash away twalve men in a group. After an hour of this terrible experi- ence the captain ijavn the men leave to abandon tho ship and save themselves aa they thought, best. Burton jumped over- board, wearmu a life heir -inch as ail tha watchmen had on. Hu did uot, see. any How him. He, iwam for two or three j hours, flighting the waves, ami rinully tin; munatced to ue-t to .1 spot, sheltered by tho win-re the water wad calmer, and he wan to -iu-im lie wan com- pletely exhausted, and hia lei{ WM soma- wbat bruised troin thu rocks. Ic ivaa pitch dark. He rusted for some time, and un itMrtini} zn n-.dk inland he met a com- rade named Liitrm whom he until they cainn to a village two miles from the wreck. The people tlmro coul vayed them to Camarina.s. Burton is quite. now. He aHiiared at, damnnn.-, in Uluiusfyinic auch as wore iu a recDijuizabli. cinidiriiiii. I.ufon aiui the third survivor, ifuuhl. are too ill to be on de.-k. and t.ue cnrrosmmilent. t'ound i hem in be-! below. Lut.iu sar. up in bud and 'hadel briuhtly. HB confirmed Bur- con's st ,rv He himself was wiutned ovr- board halt' an binir aftur thu -ihock. He had nu belt. mi. He devoted his strength to Irvine to avoid where hu Heard he sea. beating upon tin- I-OCR.S. .in hour and a half of ihiH scrum- 1 '-tiil'L; lie reached the calm wafer and lauded ,111 a -andy beach, fie tlien first uoliced runt, a piucu of rtesil hud been rorn -.'iom IIIH Ii-ij. He i-nulil not 'now the injury occunvil. He had nor felt any bnfi.iT. but now every step was tor- ture. Hu in now improving rapidly Both Burton and Luton believe that the Serpent deviated from her course on account, of the weat.iur. The moment thar. l.'ape Viiliiuo was sighted rhe vessel struck the rucks. The light w'us verv weak. thinks tliu Serpent sank soon after he left. Gould is itil suf- fering i rom the effects of hia j lence and IH vnry feverish, lie is noc al- lowed to talk to viairop-s. When the Lap- i ieit the scene of the wreck forty, i of :he bodies had been recovered and buried. Many of them were unidenri- i tied. A majorily of ihe victims were not. irowiie.l. nut were killed by beinn dashed tue i-nckn. JH. T.VJ BERKS A SON, Acui'luut anil Geuer.il era in actentiun p insr renta A.-; oiiil Loaua. tn :nt' u.ti'e -ii pnnK-rty 'il'-l Oeuuir it., intl Uuur. Llle, Deiil- THE GHEEN-EYED MONSTER. An Oltl 31 Causes a Sm-ioua M iw) Ccutr.il Avonuu (or V.'all Papar Flint oila, jf Center street, Uanufacii'.rer and daaiur in Harness. Sadillea, Enilles. collars. Biuialu Eobea, Uorae Covpi-5 Mittana anil Sleigh tjolus. V> 8CUOl.rES. t 17 Kaal Thinl sorcut FnslilouiUiii' Tailor, liantJemen will uuil it to Ccuir Ui call on me before purchuamg elaewaere. O B. CAiilf A General Supplies. Oi. Clolhu, UrauiU) Ware. A rfneciiil- ty oi dnerwii, Paintiiud alonroeranifc. R such as blank-books, ledgers, all kmiU o( blanks uoae at Dunkirk Pr.ntin? Compuny, S and 10 E. Second at. KtrUULFH UOIJJENHA0 ER, Cor, Thml and Bnlliilii Dealer in Granite, Marble, flagging and BoiUUni; Stone. Call on me before uuying your mile-walk. EISLEX CO.. 7 anil 1) Euat Fnmt a creek Whiaky, Winea, Branihcs. General Liqaor Store lor Family Hue. ROBERT MottAy, Liuu street, near tho depot. Boanlic.-, S..le, feed ami Livury Stable. Stablini; Me day ur wuulc on reasonable SASI J. l.-STORD, Ml Central Ave. iUp .enerai luauraace anil Beal Estate Agent. Lilft, Accident, and Livo stnr-.b Insurance. :.tul 3n to buying rii J. c. jo. MS. T5 E. Thinl at., Deer. Meat Market, r'resh, Salt and Suiukeil LJIP.I, aaiisages, Oyalers 'iecuratetl nil rtmvers. All kind o Irait H: naiiienuil trees, --lirnba. Ac I sell -i5 ot-nt. chfapur for first-Haas -tock thrtn you amucl Bakers pas-ion tor the -.pread of knowledge ami civilization, this lilibiihteiiiitf expedition would havn relleeti-d litf 'r. iricjry upou i ne unutitry of j its "niiiuiHHt: m even had it beeu. tree from the iii.leonH lirui-.ilitiiss winch are now revealed. Tho.se who in -nlae in these views i-xpress the hope that, future ex pei.it ions into Africa may be conducted by tin: govi'i-nmi'iit, for a national pur- a yonuK in i tenement, house a, Ease Sixty-third j A PEACEMAKER'S HARD FATE. j .Unry Mat.thoiro Hiully Wonnduil While Trj-itu; to Snpuvnti- Two Jtlen. Nii'.v YORK, Nov. drunken row, which will probably rBsulr, in the diiiirh o( NKW YORK, Xov 17-Whim .I.imes Diiiiuvan, till, a similar on s [hland, inarrii-tl tu a pretty blai'k-eyiiil girl ayi'il -Ji two WBPKS by Pastur .-rnyder. of Second avi-nuu "neiir Seventh strsni. he baiievBil himsi-if tlie happiest man iu the world. Albert Mar- kus. al.sii a soldier ou Governors Iglaud, wua chi- bunt man and signed bin name as a wlcni'HB Co thu marriatfe certiliL-ate. The huabiiud diacovercd in a few days chat, his friend was paying t.oo muuli ac- cencinn to his wife. He told Che friend lie Jiil not wane to see him iijfain at his house. !U Firsc arreet. Markua did uoc haed the warning aud oallad again Snt- tunlay. He was iu thn act of leaving when the husband made his appearance anil seized him by thu timmc. "I tni-an to kill you." he said. Mrs. nnvau hiT liusimiid's arms. Marlais, would then have f.snapud but for Policemau Zornnf die Fifth HI reetstation, who heard the noise on the street. Murkus Wiis IdCMad up on a charije of disorderly conduct, but Justice Duffy ac the Essex market police court said it was no case for a criminal court and dismissed the prisoner. ATTEMPTED TRAIN ROBBERY. Cm-put Puts a RnliliBV to Flight. Aur.CsTA, GH.. Nov. Trains ou the Geonria railroad, between rliia city and Atlanta, wve uwt week ijf ex- press m. it ler. e-aiurdny night's Drain on the same road almuat uiet the same fate. Above Mi'ssma a man entered the express car and ommaiided to open jiife? Corpnt says he refused to comply whereupon the robber limi at him, the ball thrnuijh hix hat. Corput returuud the slioc and says he lie hir the robner as there are spots of i.-iond on the car floor. He sayq after he fire-; the robber jumped from the train. 'Ctives Hnd visited the. scene bur found no evidence that a man jumped from tue train The condition of chs _ wind ,ih n% whrre. the attempted rob- bery incurred is 3011. aud a man could not jumped without leaving foot prints, bii- ;lre foimd. The whole affa.r is wrapped iu inysterj-. A in tliu of a Fool. Lap- ham, aceil HI. of I'muir. w.-is shot, and in- stantly Killed at riiat pUme by Rowland L.irrcm-s. aaed il. It neema that, Burrows bus n-ceuily come into possession of a shiirgaii with which he blazed away Ht nearly everything he saw while on his daily trips alter milk. At Cotuit, Burrows met, Lapuam in a barn huskina corn. Without a .voril af warning hu flred at Lapham's head with rhe result named. Burrows has been arrested. street latrt Saturday I Jo.seph Praino and Puniello Gasjfiano, i Italians, who occupy anarttneiica in the i building, iiiiarrulled on the stairs and a ensued. The noise of the strugsli) alarmed the other people, and Mary .Matthews, a young married woman, who livus on the second ('our, caiiii- out. ro see vvnaf, was he trouble. b unknown cnii.se Mary became n u iu ihn alfray. miiiimtly with the ui.eutiiiu of the comhat- and with the usual lucK of a peacii- -sue was seriously injured. -ttruck Praiuo m the face and the latu-r reialiated by urawiiii} a knife ami mak.iii; a lunge at his op- ponent. The latter escaped, however, aa i btidv iuterpohed and she received ihe kaiie iu her bosom. The blade peue- ira'wd iier Left luuu; anil shu screamed I with pain. The Italians fled when they learned that i she 'jecii injured, but, were afterward Keene. of ihu Ejiat Sixtv- Seventn street, statiun. heard the cries and ran up ro where the, woman lay on the Hour. The wound was bleeding profusely and he summoned an ambulance which took the woman to the Presbyterian hoa-, liit.il. i The phy-icians proin.imced her uoniii- tion critical. They do uut believe ahe can mcover. BritlHli Criliseisi AI-II Tim Light. WAsiiiNiiTos. Nov. wreck of rhe British cruiser Serpent haa caused ciin-iderabu- ,-omment amonir the officers of tin; navy, 'jredit to some ax. i tent the new ships of this govern-! rueni. The ;.s t iken as a further proof that the smaller ships of che British navy are to i liaht in their con- struction. a fact that has been suspected for some rime. The plans of certain of our new vessels Iriv ncen based on En- designs, but m e.very case the framea have been stremrthciieit so char, the cal- amny need cause no fear of a repetition 011 this side of che warer. cretary Mackenzie body Cami. r II.IBH., Nov. of a colored man in an advanced of decompiixition was found m tin water ac the Philadelphia and Reading Con! and Iron wharf ia this city yester- day. Tli" body could not be identified and was buried by order of the physician. In one of rhe pockets was an express receipt from Hatch Co.. dated Nantucket, Oct. S. 1HM, and marked. -Rcceivnd one pack- age from Hoifmaa for Mis.s A. Ilurf mau, Washington. D. C.'' ilt-nt, .Maciunmm and have a deal of ill-temper in rutmiHiuu newspaper men who attempted to them on the sub- ject of tlie rncent revelations. Mr. Mac- kinnon. in fact, has practically adopted the. famous aciitnde of the late Mr. Van- di-rliil: t.iwinl the public. He boldly de- clares that the committee ia above criti- cism: that he de.spi.ses newspaper com- ment, that, the public is incapable of the facts, ami that ho will make m. -t itemuiir 'inleSo he is notified of .-in nllicial iiii; :T.- The duel ot 'linciiasion in political circles case, audits remarkal-le ilenouemeut. The ceneral belief is that. Mr. Pai-nell will rciire from nctivi- public life, for a time at least, and thar Mr. Dilion will take the leadership of HID Irish parliamentary party. Mr. believed, would prefer te me as leader of the Home Rulers wi.ose private character is not a subject nt' nulaviirable public gossip, and it is also declared that the Irisn Catholic will demand that the leader of their people -nail be a morally clean man. There will probably be no occasion for any controversy over this point, as Mr. Purnell haa himself taken the initiative, according to trust worthy advices, toward I lie suggested change of leader- ship. Lord Knut.-ifard, colonial secretary, has denied in a conversation at Tatton Park, Che-hire, that the government has any intention of before che comple- tion of the full term of parliament, two The Rev. Oswald Birchall hat, forwarded to Ottawa a request, backed by influential names, for che surrender of his brother's body to Mrs. Birchall. The garrison at Copenhagen has baen strengt hened in consequence of tha ten- sion between ,he cabinet and the legisla- tive majority, popular disturbances being feared. The Italian clerical party are making the most earnest preparations at Rome for the municipal "lections which occur Dec. 14. The pollcv of t.he Vatican is said to be to obtain control so far as possible of the mnnicinalitiu.s, with a view of us- inu the advantage thua acquired in strengthening the Clericals iu national elections. Bishop O'Dwyer of Limerick is quoted as speaking adversely of the American tour of Messrs. Dilliou and O'Brion. The sale of the property of the Agricultural Society of NYithem Chau- at tuuqua. took place at Mr, C. D. Murray's office in thia city on Saturday afternoon, was preliminary to a rcor- It was bought in by Mr. D. F. Tourney at fUOO above the encum- brance on it, or about i-t.000 in all. Tlie .nteutiou ia to form a limited liability company, under the Agricultural Act, which will give it several ailvant- There are to he twenty shares in Seventeen of theae a1 ready taken, eight in thin city and nine in Predonia. The control of the company will be ia Predonia, as Dun- wiil isjrij iiaa been alow to go in. The intention ia to run it aa an agricultural asuodatitin, to give autumn fairs probably, and to malte use of the flue track, which offera great oppor- tunities in good handa. Trying to Identity. Coroner Blood has received telegrams from Tonawanda, Buffalo and Tituaville, king for the description of the Finn drowned at Silver Creek last Thursday. He has sent out the following deacrip- lion, for general circulation: An unknown man, committed suicide by drowning in Lake Erie at Silver Creek November 13th, 1890. It ia aup- osed that he was a Finlander. He waa about 30 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches in 'leitmt. aray eyes, light hair and abort itubby beard, nail off from left index flnger. He wore cloth overshoes, blue :ottoii overalls, blue shirt with orange 'tripe and fastened at neck with a safety pin. Any une having knowledge of uch a man will please correspond with Charles. Blood. Coroner, Dunkirk, N. T. The body has been embalmed, and will be kept a week or two for identifl- Opium Seizcil at San Francisco. SAS KHASCISCU, Nov. boxai of or.ium were seized yesterday on board the .it--Hmer Berrha, wliich recently arrival from Putst Sounil, by Lieua 'I''-TI -_L iLio revenue service. Tnia is important to nice out of ti u people; Old Catarrh Cure is easily applied and will cure the worst of catarrh. Mothers, if your bai y suffers p.iin nud ia restless, do not stupify it by taring opiates, but sootliu it wiih a reli- able remedy, t uch aa Dr. Bull's Bahy Syrup. Price only 25 cents. Fli-plMiipt at Dmibiiry, Cnnn. Conn., Xov. The carpen- ter .laop nud lumber yards of Foster Bret couerliur with Mm hat wire mimu- facr.ory of F. D. Fry ofe Co., and a largo Tenement honwe owned by Hunry Bernd, all located on Delay street, were d'estroyed by lire early yesterdny morning. The Hre vrns of incumliary origin. The flames started at the rear of the lumber shed. ragu'l Cor twn hours and destroyed worth oi property. Tin maiirauce is very Demun.st rntjnn In HatlrU. M.VDUID. Xov, IT. Senor Sagaatm, prime raiuisler, has returnL-il froa provincial tour was greeted by an immi-u.'-e crowd of people, and it ia'eHti- mated that the procession of .Liberals which escorted him to his home numbered liO.UOO persons. There was great en- thusiasm, the people cheering and ahout- for Miirdaiwl Her ToPEKA. V..v !7 t year-old cinin An of laudan-iin. morbidly MIS, in. when she h.iti ccmfesMud 'o the said shu kne Child. -Mrs. John tier 'our- her a dose on lias been la.st winter, a grippe. -'Sagasta and liberty." The O'ShBB Dlviirce Cane. LONDON. Nov. O'Shea divorce case was commeliced here Saturday and ended in a somewhat abrupt and sensa- tional manner. Neither Mr. Parnell or llrs. O'Shea appeared in court or were reprpsemed by counsel. Aa uo defense iv.-is otr.jrfid by tlu' or co- .jii .VIIL i In- liydpfault. i-me yesterday. !rhe aoout to die aud could not bi-ar tu h ner f ivi.rite child beh-.nd. .s-hn ile'erniined t'.-eud n before her to hen- en. where it would meet hur when her ow n de it-'i oi-ciirred. Ueatli of iiTVHll-Knnwti Botanlnt. Li'NDi'N, Xov. Hibberd, the butaniut. editor of The Gar- ileiicr-.' Magazine, died yestji-day at New Tliiiiku He IHlulir, JULIET. Ills., Xov. O'Suilivan. tiie squealed is general atisiiined for tile 'h O'Snllivan our same fate that CrunLii days. The 'iiscii 'in, involved. The :-.-.'t Cr.ini.rs F.-ito. belief that .uiu has here. The reason is t.hat iu ctise he would t the her cw'Uung all did insid- of three >f the prison in earnest die denial Oli-l FnbtllT Burnnd. RocHKSTEii, Xov. 17. Kata Finne- gau, a servant, in the employ of BIN. VTel.s at Addison. while blacking a stove. ou Saturday afternoon wit h a liquid black- 1 held .he blacKriu too uoar the fire, when it hent.-d and etpluded, the bnri'imc liui'i llying mi her clothing, set- it mi tire, film ,-an into che yard with 'mining, and waa so se- ver "ly burned that she -iied at o'clock enluy morning. :he tlrnier grow-, rhe belief that (he state- ment is erne. Tin DetHi-iniiied fu Eml Hts Life. ClIESToy, la., Xov. a week nco Dr. Oliver of .Sioux City, Ia.. came to Creston and advertised to beni.i a course _____ ____ r..... of lectures on plircni.logy. Saturday, noc tr.dus daily each responding to the cell for brsakf ;sr, his room was entered nud he found un- nncuuscious, having talien beilailonna.iiTix vo i-riaud ol'acrpol-ims. Phvsiuitm.; nrciiiouaceii his -L-.I Pike's Pflali Opened. DKXVKii. Xov. Colorado Mid- land rail-way, Pike's Peak route, opened its new through line to Salt Lake City and carrying through business between Denver, Ogden and all Pacific coast points with nvo through 1 standard guage Pautic coast. This makes a line Croni Denver Co che Accidentally Shot Hiu Uncla. Nov. John Striddin was THE DRIVING PARK, Sule tu a f atiou. A Sunday Fire. A small tire occurred in this city on Sunday evening. A small barn on Wright street, in the rear of Andrew Wade's aaloon on the corner ot Railroad avenue, caught flre at about six o'clock Torn au unknown The flames vere quickly extinguished by the flre iepurtment, which drenched the prem- sca. The barn waa owned by Patrick Cra- ner, and was inaured in 3. J. Gilford's agency. It ia still standing, but ia near- y a total loss. It contained about 3500 pounds of hay belonging to Mr. Wade, minsured, and a quantity of coal be- onging to him. The hay ia burnt and imoky and soared with water. Tim Fair of St. Peter's Church. The fair which the ladies' society of St. Peter'a church on Fourth street had leeu conducting at the City Hall all the week closed on Saturday night, with the liggeat crowd of all present. The hall waa packed. The ladies have every eason to feel pleased with their succesa. ?heir groas receipts were and he fair was n pleasant success socially. A nice class of people were present, and .verything moved off pleasantly. The ladies of St. Peter's church on Fourth street wish to express their sin- cere thanks to the public for their kindnesa and the patronage of their fair and especially to thank Messrs. John S'. Maloney and George Hanselmann, who 'iad charge of the floor. The Xew Superintendent of Tills Division The following circular has been issued rom the office of the Second Vice Pres- dent of the Erie: NEW TOBK, November 13, 1890, Mr. J. F. Majruire is appointed Super- ntendent of the Western Division vice Mr. M. W. Maguire, transferred, to take effect thia date. E. B. THOMAS, Second Vice President. Mr. Maguire, the new superintendent, has been the superintendent of jointly he .New York and Greenwood Lake and he New York and New Jersey, both branches of the Erie. Church Xotw. At the ten o'clo ck maaa at St. Mary's church yesterday, the Rev. Father Casi- mir preached a strong sermon ou "What marriage should be." The Rev. E. M. Kernick, pastor of he Methodist church, preached on the ub.ject of dancing, laat night. -Lost, on Fourth street, between Eagle Elk, a gold scarf pin: finder will please leave it thia office. has rained ouly a little more than lalf the days of November, so far. This s an improvement on October. ticket for tho lecture course waa found in a mail box this morning owner can have it by calling at the postofflce. bad break ia reported in the brick walk on the corner of Deer and' East Second street. A lady narrowly escaped njury there, a week ago. a pocket book containing money; anyone identifying same by paying for this notice can have it at Facob Miller's, 130 East Third street. Secm-nl .Judgment for Liiifl. GOSHEX, Isi.1.. Nov. G. Corn, editor of tin- Klkh.irr Dully Satur- day aecnr.-c for E. D Fali.-i ,.i rhe ctuiinei publications. mil rabbit, hunting with his nephew Sat- grandfather Major C. C. Swift still lives ur'Iay. Ee got on top of a brash heap to Dana C. Swift died at Silver Creek 'esterday. He was the cashier of the Sxcelsior Bank. He was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Swift, who are loth living and he leaves a wife and a aon. By his death, a break is made in the ranks of four generations. His at Silver Creek. Deceased was a mem- i, e tbe game and losing- his balance fell i c iu his nephew Ural. He received the ber b'lver LodSe. (57 F- and A. in rhe back below the shoulder M and also a charter member of Hunt" No. 1. The immediate cause a died instantly. (Additional Telegraphic Xewa on -2n ley Hose of his death was typhoid fever. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Procoollngs lit tin) .Idjournod The following completes tlie detailei report of the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors before it adjourned st'ru. die on Saturday. In Saturday's paper report was made on the more important questiona, including the action whereby the old order of things waa changed ami aach town is now to support its own poor, the obsolete distinction between town and county poor having been re- vived: MATVILLE, N. Y., Nov. The Board of Supervisors this morning adopted a resolution that no member be permitted to address the board over ten minutes at one time. By resolution of Mr. Enowlton the clerk will publish the report of the spec- ial committee on equalization. On motion of J. Hewes the clerk will publish in the Journal of Proceedings the application of the Patrons of Hus- bandry together with the number of the signers. By resolution of Mr. Knowltou the special committee on printing will not- ify county officers to supply a list of blanks they will need the coming year. The following by Mr. Nichols waa adopted: Resolved, That the supervisor of the town of Poland be authorized to with- hold orders drawn upon him in the mat- ter of the award of damages and ex- penses for the laying out of a certain highwsy in which orders were drawn at the first session of this board in favor of James Anderson Eveline Emery 825, L. N. Taylor pending the legal proceedings in an appeal in this case. Mr. Nixon from the printer'a account, submitted the following report of pub- lic printing rewards: Town and county News. Sinclairville Commercial, Silver Creek Gazette. Superintendent's Republican, Findley's Lake Breeze Fre- donia Censor. Official FAJUIEK, Panama Herald, Portland Mirror. Tabulated Statement Jamestown News, Jamestown Democrat, Mayville Era. Election Journal Jamestown Sun and Standard- The report wan adopted after the Dunkirk FASMER and Dunkirk Union had been added to the newspapers publish the election notices. The rate per folio for county printing was fixed at 20 cents per folio. The sum of will be paid each newspaper that publishes the clerk's court and school commissioner notices during the year. The Republicans designated the Cher- ry Creek News to publish the session laws. The Democrats had difficulty in selecting their paper. Mr. Paiker, Mr. Love and Mr. Warren signed for the Jamestown Sun and Standard. Mr. Bookstaver, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Eidder and Mr. Parker signed for the .Aunts- town Saturday Times. After a long ar- gument it was decided in open boaid that as Mr. Parker had signed both cer- tificates the matter was one for legal decision and waa referred to Judge Dan- iels. If he decides neither can proper- ly clttirn the printing-, the supervisors will determine case. W. R. Miner, Henry Starr and B. A. Pickard the committee approved the bond of Marion W. Scofield, county treasurer elect, in the aurn of and the board adopted their report. At the evening session the chairman of the committee on county buildings was authorized to dispose of a quantity of old junk. The following-by Mr. Williams adopt ed: Resolved that the thanks of this board be extended to the chairman for the able and impartial manner in which he has discharged the dutias of his of- fice during the two different sessions- also to the clerk, O. D. Kinckley for his uniform kindness to the members of this board; and to Messrs. Fred W. Hyde and B. John Davis, the able and courteous journal and assistant clerks respectively; also to the janitor and other officers who have so faithfully discharged their duties in connection with the meetings of the board in 1S90. The chairman returned thanks on behalf of himself and the others men- tioned in the resolutions. Adjourned sine riie. 5- The sureties of County Treasurer Sen- Held, and the sums in which they quali- fied appear below: M. W. ScelleUt, More games and evening amusements To our now long list must add, For the fun they give to pass'tirne To the maid and every lad. They're ever and always sought for By the old and young alike, With an eagerness arid feeling That will make the heart delight. Here anyone will please you, No matter what you buy. The latest that's among them Is the novel Nellie Ely. The Red-Head Girl and White Horse JCckha, Chess, and Arabian Sheika Are most difficult to muzzle. But such the American seeks. a.OOO E. JIallery, W. T. Hoflirook, 2.000 Daniel (Jriswold, e. A. Bontley, A. a. Stafford, V. A. Allirn, John Woodward. .1. H. Flakier, 1000 -Seth Scriven, Herman Sixbev. M. T. 1.000 S. I. Wencenbere, John A. Love, E. .f.SrailleM. 5.000 Josiali Wah-oil. C. II. I.aku L. L. Hniichett 1.001 .r. V. Uimriau. W. H. Tunniint. W. IX l.oon H. R .fared Hughes. C. H. Clpperlr a. f. Nixon. Win. Wallace. Ella J. Curtia. .i. uuru, W. B. Hooker, lot Bamoart, W.W Ella A, Campbell, M. r..Parklmrat. Tracy 8eollelcl. Matilda Abbey, H. S. Bixby Lewis B Biifoy, Win. Wilkinnon. I Kc'iert Dnnton. F. .J. Irwm, E. Kirkland. S.OOO Amy Scolleld. American Express Company forwarded to New York city through Dunkirk, Saturday, on train 8 on the Lake Shore.twenty-three young running morses from Hon. W. L. Scott's Algeria farm. They will be sold at auction on the 20th inst. John Ryan, a switchman in the Nick- Plate yard at Conneaut, Ohio, was in stantly killed at that place, at A. M. on Sunday while coupling two re- fiigerator cars upon which the Janney safety coupler was used. The remains were taken to Buffalo, where his family lives. His mother lives on Talcott street in Dunkirk and his brother W. L. Ryan is Nickel Plate Agent at Westfleld. Tommy Brown's Visit to Or Snip Snap Snoruni, If well done will give renown And deserve the best of scoring. As space is small we cannot tell The number here in store Of all the games we'd like to sell, To make you laugh and roar. EELE STORK. Practices What He Preaches. (This is 1890.) DR. MOTT, late U. S. Gov't Chemist, says: Owing to the purity, strength, effective- ness, and constancy of compo- sition of Cleveland's Superior Balcing Powder, I have adopted uia rrs-inc for use in my homo. ;y 25, 1890. Dry Goods and Carpets. AMBHICAN BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BUFFALO. V. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some are burn fashionable, fashion, and oUieri fatJiian Uiruxt up'jn Charles when tailor brouglit him a. new with avcivet avllar and ioUi him "aiery- body wears velvet oollars ntno." It is right to be in fashion if yon cim. Ilia almost as easy as to be out of fashion, unless you are indifferent, like our friimd Lamb, wbo, as a geniua, could afford to be so. From us you cau learn about the ueweat fashions in dry gooda, in all that pertains to ladies' wear, such aa dress goods, cloaks, etc.; in gentlemen's gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc.; and in carpets, draperies and in- terior bouse decorations. The newest Fall and Winter styles are ready in all departments. A won- derful lot of and bargaiiia ou every band. If you want a dress, bere are fashion able fabrics from the world's centres of fashion, choice gondn ami in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a carpet, if you want dry goods of any kind, or a book (we muau't forget the come to and see the fashions you can't come, wrilo. .inrl learn whm, is fashionablu in weoring apparel, in house furnishings and in literature. Don't wait to have [nsbion thrupt upon you. You can achieve fashion by trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about any- thing in our line of business. Samples are sent freely, queries anawered in- stantly. 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