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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 28, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, B KEPUESENTATI7E QSINJESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW KVLLNU MACHINE for ruling all of blanks ia the latent U'lilitioo to tin Mer.lmnir.al Department of Dunkirk I'rinling Company, p OIKFORD, M3 and !B5 central ATB. Artistic Photographer Insumtancouu of Idlji.-H a specialty. Sitters aeed not iriut for nunxluno except for NO. FIFTY PEOPLE INJURED. TALK'S MEAT VICTORY. APPALLING ACCIDENT AT THE YALE- PRINCETON FOOTBALL GAME. The N'ewly-Krertocl Grand Stand Given Way Half a Hundred are Iladly Crushed und tuiiately No One of I rig the Jiiiiirlnoned Lint of tin Injure.1. BKOOKI YN, Nov. noon yesterday j when llie iieu'lv ejvi-tc.I open PRINCETON COULD NOT WITHSTAND THE TERRIBLE ONSLAUGHT. BOOK AMKS IKVI.SO. I'rj- pnetor. No. 10 K. Heccjnil Hlrcet. nour tmo street. Dunkirk. X. Y. HaicmmiB, Mu- Pamphlets, etc., Imiimi m nil Orders promptly attended to. All wort K inmin BUKUHKK-S CKOCKKHY HOU.HK, Cei.tr.'il Avenue Wholesale and retail in 1 ami China. Ac. UA KfttfB, (I ucr day. ijivery KoanliriK Stable ih Victor Uuler, i'i3 unil .reot. UTY KAKHKU V OhuH. jnjer Lake Shore National Bunk, ijorno filter ami ThinJ streets. A line trof-k r> anft Domestic oigarw. I tUNKIICK KVKNtNG OIJSKKVKK. Daily in tho County. Au uuoqualletl advortising mud sum. DUNKIRK KNUINKKKINU COMPANY bellew t'oiuilc. of Engines, Holler, I'alleyo Shafting Hangers, etc. Patterns. KorL'i CantlliKB, and Machine Work to order. anil dry good? IMHIM-H m I I F. TOOMKT, U 4S4 anil >.U> Uioti aliei'1. liealei u, flour, Keed, alt. limed llav. I'h.i- ph.ites, etc. Established, HOT i Depot. Easy .iccebB to all trainu and houecs. Best accommodations for Cum ncrcial Travelers. John J. Murphy, I'rop. b- C CO., i fl anil Li9 K Tlnnl atreeu Klne Kuruiture, ii'jmel Ware HIM I'p lolgtcnug. Picture Friuciei oiiidu i'i oi'lur. JH MATTESON i CO.. Centntl Avr Lenders r'aahion unil Uentlciuen uuuiUciu I I AKK1.I. STKAM HKATINU CO., nuiucturcirt ul btuam Healing Yjijia Sanitary a apeciuity. l O.HE STKAM _ specialties: Kine Stiirlf, Klc; I'ollare -c, stiffs, i.ace Curtains. Kreu IJ'.fin lac.ureraiid Kinf llnnlsft Slioon UE.NKV STOICiC, I OH L. Third at. Hooks. Stationery, Musical hi- itruuieilta.Magay.ined.lJnily nudU cckly Fa'tcr-, .nd everythii'g pertaining to a tlrbt uui-k tore Sclioo. llookn a dpjcialtv. JOH FKINTINO of every dtwription and in loweat living ratfd by Uunkirk I'nating Cninpanv, Sand 10 E. Second 5 H. VAN JltjRfcM Km- Lllc, Arnilent and (ioneral Dual- ill. in Ueal Kslate and i.oaiiN. i'ariiciilai paid to the c ire ol properly collect tin renU Ac. 21it Center nt., uoor. I ONROK'M I'UARMAIJY, JOO Central Avenue lor Wall Paper Pa.ni uilb, I ,EKKJ.SS. J. VT.. I -209 Center Jduuufactr.rer and daalcr Hiiriifia. bud- lies, collttrtj, Truuka, Whips. HutTalo Uobej. Wittonaun'l.sje xii 17 Kiibt rinM fa.ihionable Tailor. Gentlemen will Uii'l U In tiieir uU ran luge tu on me befoi e el new he re. i> B. CAKV A CO., ifcKJ Linn sli eel Utnerai llurtlware, W lulu uitu1'.- AUptilieb, Oil Cloths, Orat'te w.trc. A. epocri! of Williams Pa. ft ami h> UL.1NO, dticli us ledgers, ami V kimUoi at Dunkirt P noting Comuuny, 10 hi. Soroii'i >u tfOLDBNUAUlSK, Cor. rinrtl ami HuUalo Su.. Deuk-r in Granite, Marble, ngginv .tun liuikling Slonu. Oali on nif. eforu imy.n.. your R19I.KY A CO., 7 anil U Kuat Front BtreoU Whisky. Winua, Brin'lles. Liquor btore for family tine. ROBERT McKAY, t-ion street, near the depot. Itoiriliug', Sale, Feed anil Livury Stablo. Ma hug by the tlay 01 week on reasonable terms. J. UIKFORD, 301 Central ATB. {Up O v-ieiicva! Insurance Kual At-euU fr'irc, Lile, Accident, anO liivo atoci aiu-ntion tr'vsn to buying selhnK Htal Kstttlc I. 75 K. Tiiml au, wr. iJeor. Kxcttlfiiur Meal Market. Fresh, Salt anu sit olaxl Meats, Lani, Ovators ani-n can bin them dsewlu-rc. ELY'S CATARRH Crsam Balml the Nasal Pauageh Pain and In Barn m acl on. HrMs tho Sores. the of Taste and THE R A particle applied into each nostril and IB Agreeable. Price So cento at liniarKists: niUtered.BOcti. ELY Wirres at ilcd Wllll UIHU, rlie whole north parL women anil yi'iint; roar, llie rest ui ale iidv'ini'od It by .short runs through ti.o center. The ball went to I'riiH'etun, but she could gain nothing on foui down- h, weut to Ynle, and Mc- riuiiK unde live yards easily. Heffel- flnner look the ball and was punned ten yards, driving the Princeton men before him like children. The rn.sh line work of the Yale lenm WHS immi'iisurably.siiperior In Printvtuii's. When the ball was once moiv pin in Crosby gained five yards through the center. The ball went to Piuu'etoii tor oil'.slue play. _ lloiniins made a long kick down the held, which was caught by McC'iung who advanced ball twenty-live yards before was tackled. Tho ball then changed hands. tried for a kick and ilo- Clung caiigla it. He took it and want through the Princeton men with the usual It was lost on the second down. Princeton kicked it down the field where it was caught. Yale carried it live yards. On ihe down it was passed to Harvey. Harvey kicked it well up the field. It was i-uught by King within ten yards of his sroal. Homaus kicked it d wu the lield and Heffelflnger carried it, ten yards, bringing jt to within twenty- five yards of Princeton's goal. took it .ind went through Princeton's ten.re. Princeton's blocking nits pltiuble. For oll'sido Yale ouce more lost the ball'. nans minted The ball was caught by llorrisou and carried baek twenty yards. Hung then made another ol his magnificent runs, scoring a touch-down. Heliu'c! to kick goal, however. This mad-.- Y.lie's score 10 with Princeton still .uli.n.-. i play was began again Homaus mad..' ,i kick which was well caught by B. Morrison and carried back fifteen yards, when be was tackled out of bounds.' Princeton's line seemed to be unable to withstand the on-lauglit of McClung's dashes and skillful dodging. Mc- Clunjr's work was 113 brilliant as any Ames ever showed and the admiration of the crowd rose for Yale as they saw bow great a game .she was putting up. the ball had advanced to Prince- ton's twcutj -five yard line, Harvry tried lo bud; ilu-centre, but was successfully tackled by Poe. Yale's playing was nun-Led all thuiugh by tbe most brilliant desperate rushes aud daring Tlii- ba'.l was given to when within u-i yards of Princeton's goal, and he sooied another tuuch-do'.Mi and kicked goal, bringing the score up to 10 for Yale to Princeton's nothing. Again ths Prince- toa men lined up and started with the V trick aud gained about five yards. Then tbo ball was passed to Spicer aud he made a run, gaining ten yards. The bail WHS DOW on Yale's twenty-flve yard line. Homaiis kicked it ou the fcnrth down. It went behind Vale's goal line and brought out and carried to the middle of the field. Princeton got the ball and King made a run of ten yards. Humans theu kicked it well down tbe field, when Mo Cluiig fumbled it and theu fell on it. The Brut half ended with the ball yards from the line in Yale's possession. At y-10, when the second half started, the Yale mea came on the field confident, while Princeton seemed rather despon- dent. Yale began by gaining ten yards. Princeton then got live yards. punted and Khodps got the ball and made a great run through Princeton's line for twenty-live >ards. Poe was hurt in the scramble which followed, und it looked at one time as though he was going to quit playing, but he finally pluckily resumed. By a series of runs Yale got the ball twenty yards of Princeton's goal Princeton got the ball and gained ten yards, but, Mi-Clung got it again and car ned it back eight yards with two men on back. ith only five yards to gain Yale lost the hall, and Romans .aved a by punting to the middle of field. Once more Yule worked the ball down toward the goal by forced rushes o Rhodes and McClung. McClung finally kicked and Humans caught the ball ot Princeton's ten-yard line. Homaiis then kicked back to the centre and McClung Immediately returned it. The ball went out of bounds, but Hoinans got it after i. tight race. At this point Bliss toojit Har- vey's place, the latter having had hU ankle hurt. The ball was then advanced ten yards by McClung and after a scrim- mage he got the ball again and curried it to within five yards of the Hue Rhodes rushed It across the line and McClung ticked the goal, making the score ZS to 0 In Yale's favor. Rhodes got the ball when the men lined up and carried it to the middle of the field. Morrison gained ten yards more. Bliss then made- a beautiful run of fifteen yards and Yale got five yards more on outside play. McCluug and SV.illis made runs of and ten yards respectively, which brought the bull to Princeton's twenty-flve yard line McClung theu scored another touch- down and kicked goal, making Yule's score 28. When the ball was brought back to the middle of llie field HomaiiB kicked it well up in Yale's field, but the latter worked it back by backs and runs into Princeton's field, andMorrison finally THANKSGIVING. tin- lluj In Dinilil i-li It wa-a model Thaiikstji liny I cleat', cold, wilh light now und then. With d city, and liluiihiint wi-allicr, I lie day wus ncmlyj ilici IIM! ThiuiksgiviiiK The BapliiM. .Metlmdisi Pi.-aliy- terian cliurflii's united in servicps News. I'll XNK II FITCH. l.iM'Kl A. Jt. l.itn K.lll oini our righteousness. He clo.sed by showing that n nation to endure must be founded in righteous- ness. At St. John'.- surplired c-h nr Episcopal church the and Mr. Henry I'. Murray .sang a iue solo. An excellent sermon win preached by the rector, llie Rev. W. Rafter. Al St. ll'iry's chinch a solemn high Varmers' .Alliance Oltlcer.. HARIUSBUHO, Pa., Nov. 3 o'clock yesterelay morning the State Farmers' Alliance aiijoiirned after electing the fol- lowing officers: President, Henry C Snavely of Lebanon county; vice presi- dent, Curtis S. Clark of Crawford county- led un-r, J. S. Potts ol Indiana secretary, Harry U. Demming ot Dauphin county; treasurer, Valeutiue Hay of Somerset county; business agent, E. B. Warner of Somerset county. Wedrtlngi, William Kargas and Helen Kargns were married by the Rev. Father John at St. Mary's church at 11 o'clock yes- terday. Miss Nellie Welch was brides maid. They had a reception afterward at their home on Deer street. Charles Currier and Miss Mary Emma Reed, both of Ann Arbor, Mich, were married on November 26 by the Rev. E M. Kernick. The future home of Mr and Mrs. Currier will be in Clean. Mr. John Lannin of this city and Miss Lily Seely of Irving were married at Irving last night. They will go to housekeeping on South Ermine street. The Vote In the MetliodUt CliurcU. An election was held in the Methodist cburch on Wednesday from 4 to 0 p. m. on the question whether women should be admitted to the General Conference. The result wae; Total number entitled to vote.. Total number voting.......... For admitting women......... Against admitting women..... The Women's Union. .175 ..43 ..as ..11 There will be a meeting of the Direc- tors of tbe E. and I. Union, to consider a communication received from the Buf- falo Union, and also to make some nec- essary payments, on Saturday p. m., at 4 o'clock. A meeting of the Building Commitlee is also called for half past three. By order of President. During a bar-room fight at the Allen House in Jamestown on Monday night William Leighton waa thrown to the floor with such force as to break his left leg, near tbe ankle. Leightou is Ihe engineer in charge of the. dredging opers ations in the outlet for the state. mass was celebiatcd at half y by he Rev Father Caiimir. At the Kacre.l Heart church a noli mn ligh mass WHS celebrated at eight o'clock by the pastor, llie Rev. Father Frey, who preached on the significance of the day. At the German Methodist church Thanksgiving services weto held last evening. At St. Peter's Lutheran church on Eagle bticct deivices were held at 10.BO, m Thanksgiving Daj. The oiplians of Hi. Mary's Anyhini in hud u very pleasant Thanlis- ,'iviiig. They were ronieinbcre.t by und friends: Mr, William inniin, Mr. Finliar, and Mu O lirien They had tut key, i-ranbenie, nvei'l potatoes, chickens, plumpiidding, eti There an- thirty two chtl-Jteu ntuUi ti wise cure of llie SiMcrs now THE SEXENNIAL LEAGUE Tim (Vh'lmitlon of Annlvi-nan A new inuimil innirnBcc society, known us Ueecher No. 85, of Sexennial League, wtis in. this city uu November HO, 18S'I. 1'he order has had n marvellous crowth, and the members of Beechei Lodge celebrn led the fliet anniversary of the lodge at Industrial ball or Wednesday night The members were to meet together so cially, to celebrate llie growth of the ois ganization, and tu make the public ac- quainted with what they consider the peculiarly valuable principles of the Leairue The members and invited I'rienrls met, to tl.c number of about 2oO. The evening began witb a literary and musical entertainment. Mrs. Sperm's orchestra furnished an overture, alter which the President, >ir. James A. HoN sttin, delivered an inteiesting address on the nature of the Lenguu. Urbanized less than two years ii-jn. it has IM.RfH) members. Beccher Lodges now in good standing, and iglfij -ti) treasury for contingent expenses. The League is a graded endowment assess- ment society. U gives an endowment of either tw.i, four, six or eight hun- dred or one thousand dollars according to the choice of the member in eiiteiiiig. O 1C, Wright of Philndeliihin Thursday here with fiiemU. Mi.sf Kale Wiley spent Tlinnksgivinj! wilh friends iu Silver Creek. Mr. Church, who has been vhiiiugMr. und Mrs T. L. Higgins. has returned 10 her home iu Cbirngn Messrs. John and Robert Landers of Buffalo spent Thanksgiving wilh their parents ill this oily, nml a .small parly was given to them in llie evening at which many of their old friends hail the opportunity of meeting llu'iu They hold responsible pu.sitioiiK in 0111- of Bnf- falo's largest banks of the students took advan- tage of Hie opportunities offered and took their "Thanksgiving turkey" at home. Lollie I'ultuim, who is attend- ing se.lum] at H.t Margaret's jn HuH'iilo. was Lome to spend Thanksgiving and iiijlhe evening the Cooking Club was very plcaMiuily en'.crlaiiifd by her. uf Dance. Thu dance given by ibc Hon? of Vet- erans of I Ins village was attended by a bout forty couples, who enjoyed ihcmsilvps greatly. Prognuuimi WUH concluded about half pust two. The intends to give a scrips of diinct'H Ibis winter and considering Hie liberal patronage extended laal evening the outlook isveiy encouraging Tlie proceeds of the dunce arc lo be devoted lo chin ilablc pin noses and tins boys de serve a great bud-ens. LAST WEEK'S WRESTLE. Sir. ICxjilniiis 111.' Wliolu JIuU'li. Caspar the wrestler, ri'tiirned this morning to'tlic city after an ab- -sence, in Jamestown and Silver Civk, ever since In.si Saluid'iy. llcsajd to the this morning thai he would like to make a statement jn regard to Ed. Brady's letter, (published sut- tinliiy) which he could not do before be. cause of his absence. "O'Urndy wu.sf.cnl down by Hurvey Parker from Eric I., make a 'laid Mr Powers, "so that could him out lie had no money, and Piirker told him 1 wis square and riijhl. and would get up a match lo gel him nuain 1 didn't fuel like Miuiding all the expense, as 1 hud to pay fui tin: opera house in advance. Hi- lunl al- ready fallen in wild the BriulyB, and I told him to RO to them and perhaps they would stand hall of it It was ai tanged that they p-iying half. 1 WHS lo irut li.ilf .lie net rci and they were in dhidu Hie other half 1 hiiud ihe h.ill, they advancing 1 wns lull! bv sev- eral not lo have anything to du wilh them, tb'jrc -mrc lo be a row ami This whole endowment is payable n six years. It also gives a sick benefit, ranging from in a week. The League puts forty per cent of its re ceipis into a reserve fund, to guard against contingencies, and lias .so laid up. Beccher Lodge has paid in hick beneOls, being the largest single sum. Mrs. L. M, Bumetl sang "Through the woods." Mr. and Mrs. Charles II Ling- en, Mr. and Miss Kalten'nac'i sang "The Moonlight sleeps." Mr. Fred Liitht read "MacCartliy's Mr. George Kaltenbach sang "Still is the and Miss Augusta Siincr cio-'ed Ihe pro- gramme wilh a solo, "Home is blest." Afler the programme a fine supper was served, and the evening closed wilh dancing, the orchestra supplying mtihic for sixteen numbers. Tbe hall was prettily trimmed with flowers, by Mrs. Ed winds. The were: C. Fuller. Chas. E Whelpton. A. L. needier. E.Ed-ion, II. R. Oehm B. F. Barto. A. L Beecber, D. P.Gardner, L.E.Edson, B. FLOOB COMMITTI-.I- M. Evans H. R Roberts, X-u'li Taylor, wa Hi >U The told sure "Tin- imiti'h night, ah ll.o.sc present saw rein-on wus somebody O'Ui.uly (I lie liiadys, 1 a in il was) thai wouldn't get anything unless he got it before llie wrestling begun. So 1 went to the tick- el-seller and got and put il. up in Jacob Rider's hands, to usmiro him thai his money would get to him ami the match could goon. Tlinl wus all there was to Ihe .slory of the Iwirity dol'nrs It ua.s O'Orad.y's own share, put up hi Rider's bauds so Ihnl O'Orady could feel I will give anyone thai, will point out a lime when I have not pill up a square match. "As to the five dollars which Ed. Brady said he would give me to go bo- fore any justice and make affidavit: He needs that money jnsl as badly us I do. "I will say too, finally, that lasl, night was uiy lasl wrestling match. N one need make any more blurts al inc. be- cause I am done A Year for HID ICrle. The election of directors of Ihe Erie U R look place at Xew York Tuesday: John King, John a.McOulloug'i, Ogden Mills, Welsh, William William Wheelock, WiUKm Libbey Cortland Pai'lter, M. K. Jessiip, J. J. Goodwin, W.L. Strong, W. N. Oilchribl, J. Belden, M. P' Reynolds, and E B Thomas were elected. The board unani- mously resolved to pay 0 per cent, inter- est on the income bonds on January 15 next. The annual report issued by llie Com. pany shows the gross earnings of the system, including 100 percent. oflLo "Nypano" ami all other leased lines for the year ending Heplemlier 81, 18SIO, to IK- and the cnlire work- ing expenses .jOn.tWO.lS The total net earnings are After deducting the inlwst on tho funded debt, reut.ils ot leased lines, and oilier charges, the result of the year's work is- a surplus of 0-i Wiient. ii May.........I Coin. Miiy........ Maj Oil K. Turner's Slouk WOT. )IiKl'- I.mv. Clo--e l.iU'. I.oi i in Tlutt'.s what everybody tt-llw us here. If we haven't said anything about- it bHoiv We've Got The Stock For the Holidays. There m everything here that you wish for to make Appropruitn Presents to lady, gcutliMiiau jr child. I'iek out your presents early and have them laid iway. We, make a notice of ihis every Christmas season that you may know we still heed to the custom of storing D'oodH for Christmas delivery. They'll be safe with us. We ire- trustworthy, so don't hesitate about coming early and ,rive us a chance to serve you when everybody won't be in such a hurry. This is the first place everybody comes to ook for presents, and we don't disappoint. We'll tell you nore in n few days. Always look through our ad. You'll ind interesting news. No Ammonia In Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes iu plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of N ET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and ityliish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our _ GENTS' Calf ioe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that, has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and lie convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 2 1 3 Centre Street SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT A II ml duns Oncrttl Manager lor HUB i-ily ami vn-inily toiiitroiliiua I hi: Plan" oj Aixiilcnl liiHunnico. H com- bines all lln- iiilvniiliiKCH of Uio "old Hue" anil I hi1 "mul iiiil" TITIIIH most lilicrnl. vl 1-Cisn I ASK. Scc'y, tjuneva, N. Y. I JI. MOKIiAN' lifter an expenciicc nt twenty Uvr ycnrB in now U) trim (rcca in ihe beet iniinncr. llcferoncon may be jbLaini-d frnni Fi-nnk Muy or W. S. Aljiill AH may left at Mrs. .lolinBiin'h biikcry. 'TOliUAH'l' CO., rateiilAtUiroeya, 1 St., Wiisliluirli.n, C., U. S. I'ulonl Of- i'0. J'.itcnU, C'jivcnts and Ho-IftKiieH neolired ra.lo ki, reKiBlPi-cd. All Patent business J'jr iiKiderate Fees. Information, Advice uml refurencen uent on reiiuost. OA. Iturlicc wibhes to nnnoiincc to Uiu iniljliein Keiieral, und in ilur, Hull In: hna Ihe liiiil.iinV niil'ly iicciipicii liy Ii. II. Miillijtl, X, Kiiil rinnl lltluil it up in llrnl-clunsordi'i- mil it iireparud tu ilo 'jurljerinx. riiiiiikinB fur I Holiciin share it llie future. A. llUJlltER. S75.QO to S250 I'ciioiiH oiiii furnish u lu.rwi amlfcivu Ihiiii' whole tune u'KW YORK. ItODKIiICK II. SMITH, ManaKrr. )HAMBERS FRASKR. TAILORS. Room No. 6, German IDS. B'i'g. BUFFALO, N. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures SlEWSFAPERl ;