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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., FKIDAY, OCTOBER 24, REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 NmTW MACHDHt for ruling all oi ia the latestaartitian to lie Mechanical Department of Printing Company. ArtUBe 5? 2B and Central Ave. Photographer Innmtaneoiu ol Babira a Sitters wait for sunshine except for OOWK lavtso. PT.I- O pnetor. So. 18 K. Second street, near But- bUo atmt. Dunkirk, S. T. Magazines. Mu- etc., bound in all styles. Unlen anwpUr attended to. All work caaranteed. B CBOCKaUM HOCSK, 308 Central 4.venae retail dealer in ported c China. Glawware. u HOTKL, ivory anil Boarding Stable in connection. Victor aider. Mi inrt af laon itteet. i Ckaa. Katie, Prop., Shorn Sattonal Bank, corner __; Thini atneta. A One Mock ot lontfm ant nmssslli Clgara. to ,1 Booing Particular attention Shoeing of roati ty. f -k U KTKOTC OB9KBTKB. Largnrt Daily ia tta Conntjr. An onBqualletl advortUlni medium. COMPANY. Fonmrlr SeUuw Pouple. Manufacturers ul Kagmm, Boilera, Pullers, ate. Panama, Forgingx, Hanran, ana Maca acaine Work to order. .OHKIKK SHIRT (JO, -to, 3M ami LJ Center atnet, ol ttar 'Cromwell" ana "Danjurh" perfect utung DRM bhirto. On m all leading clothing and dry in Dunkirk. DF. TOUMKX, and 43C Lion atraet. Dealer in Flour, Foed, -alt. Baled Hay, Paoa- elc. 1877. HUB HUTKL and uinmg saloon, Umun Ci Depot. Baiy tocex to aU trains and bua- Beat accommonaBnni lor Com- aareinl Trareleia. John J. Murphy, Prop. A TELL-TALE DlAKL GRAVE ACCUSATIONS MADE BY MAJ. iARTTELOT. Vkat tm ef the Cnttarat Acted In Domlneer- oward His Quvml r Prepariae to Honor tlnm- Field Marahe.1. Ci 97 and E 'fnird icreeu Fine Furaitnre. Ware ami Up Picture Framttt jiude CO orMer. IjV O. .VATX4E80H CO., J01 Central A.ve.. Leaden of fattuau and GeuUemeu ouultum. ma Co- of atwun Ueauug Apparatna. lumbing a Specialty. Our apecialtiee: Fine Snirta, lOe; Oollora, X; 4c, and Lace Free Deliv- ery. A W. 2u7 Center street. If R. K. Third at., oor. of BniTiUa and dealer in Fine Jk rnsna WKLLKB-S KBW STORK, IDS a. Third at. Books, Stationery, Musical H and Weekly Pavers, ud BTeryUupg pertaining to a first book item, dcbooi a specialty. JOB PBISTtSQ ol every devcnption anil ai lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, a and lu B. Second SL JH. VAN BOlUra SON, Fire Life, Aocident and General InsnnuoB. Deal- an in Heal Estate and f ariicular UUuiBon paid to We can at property collect- me AXJ. 319 Center at, -2nd Door. I OMBOK-9 PHARMACY. 300 Central Avenue lor Wall Paper Fault Oils. dtc. 3M Center ureet, Maaaiactnrer and dealer in Saddles, Collars, Whips, Buffalo Robes, Hurae Sleigh 17 Third aamt, rwttionable Tailor, Qenttemen will and it to Vumr advantage to call on ac before purchasing F 3M laoa street, uenenl SappUes, Oil CSotui, Granite Ware. A special- ty oi aaerwu, Paint and Monroerange. R ancfa blank-books, ledgers, and all of done ac Dunkirk Printing Uompwiy, 8 and 10 K. Second it K Car. Third aad Buffalo IMaler in Granite, Marble, fc'ieggsag ana Building Stone. Call oa me iielore buying your aide-walk. RUBURAGO, 7 and 9 Bast Front atreek Whisky. Winea, liquor Store tor Family Oae. ROB. .Uon street, near the depot Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by toe day or weak on reasonable CAM J. tarrosa, SOI Central Are. (Of ij General Insurance and Beal Jbtate Agent. Fire. Late, Accident, ami Live Stock Inaoraaoe. framp'attention giv an to buying ABU Heal Jiatate. C. JUNKS. 75 K. Tlurtt at., oor. Deer, kzuelaiar Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Lard. Sanaagee, Oyalea and Poultry. W MX Buy die Aurora BaUroad Waton. Repairing a apBdalty. Frank Stopl. SB E. Third at. W X. HOCaUtB. JIB Ceutni A ran lie SoOO REWARDI w E will pay tue above rewam for any case oi La ver Complaint, Dyanepaia, Sick Heauacne ImUgotton, lonaupntiun at we cannot enre with WecVa Vegetable Liver Fills, when tte (UrecnonB am strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetauto, ana never tail to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 3D Pills, aa cents. Beware of conn- ami inutauona. '.Che genuine mann- scumil only brJCUH C. WK9T CO Sold by JIOHBOB'3 Pnannscy, Dunkirk, V. T. Oct. 34 charges an made iigamnt Stanley in Maj. diaries and letters which wen published The diaries declare that Stan- ley threatened to blast the major's repu- tation with Lord WolseleT and to return career in Che army. In referring to thin incident the diary Maya: "Afterwards. turning to me, Mr. Stanley that it was in his power to nfin me in the service. I said Co him chat this was an emptj threat, ah it would take a great deal more than he could say to do that He pnn- lehed me afterwards by making me march to Leopottville with seventy men who were noted for laziness and incapacity for carrying loads, warning me that if I lost a single load I must stand the conse- quence." The story includes an account of a qnarrel between Stanley and Jephson, on which occasion Stanley offered to flght Jephson. in tae diaries issue pra. is whether the misfortunes of the rear column were due to the indecision of Maj. Barttelot and that of his companions er whether Stanley himself was primarily responsible. In his book Mr. Stanley finds fault because the rear column did not follow the advance column as directed. The diaries and letters show that Stanley made it utterly impossible to carry out his orders, as he took all the strong, able men and thoie of good character with him, leaving to the rear guard the sick, feeble and in- corrigible. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. An JmornHtlnn Collection at live from the Old World. LOKDON, Oct. All Germany is alive with preparation to do honor to Count von Moliko on his 90th birthday. A Ber- lin corre-pcmdent sayi that the venerable field marshal the onlv military man of the day whom the emperor really regards with veneration and to whose opinion he bows. There been for many years a friendship approaching affection between young William and the veteran general, the 1 of the emperor being cor- dml v reciprocated by his eminent sub- ject. In i he German army also, all agree in their admiration of Von Moltke and bc-ir tc-nniony to his abilities and service. All cor.rt.s of the empire will be repre- inted in latimlay and Sunday's celebra- tion .md m.'nv sovereign princes will be pre-wnr m person and propped with Em- peror William at their head to congratu- late the sreai commander. Berlin and variouB municipalities throughout Grrmnny will hold celebrations and it la said to he the desire of the emperor that Alsace and Lorraine shall show tlu-ir loy- alty by demonstrations. It la not yet certain, so as semi-official utter- ances indicate, what title will be offered to ton .Moltke by the emperor. It ID asseried here that the foreign office has requssied Comml General Hoare to take some nction, by legal steps, in reply to the charges which Michael Davitt hag made against, him of inciting dynamite outrages. Davitt declares that he courts an inquiry, by suit for libel or otherwise. A Pans dispatch says ih at the an- nouncement of the proposed French tariff, discriminating against products in the "lilted States, such as cereals and meat, has renewed the alarm of the wine grow- ers. who fear the loss of the American market, but is favorably received by ag- r cul uiMhsts generally. The publication by Andrew Lang of the memoirn of the late Earl of Iddesleigh has greatly agitated the feelings ot the Tory leaders. The work includes the diaries kept bv the late foreign secretary, and makes a disclosure of state secrets that is anvthing but pleasant to the Conservative lenders in the present condition of political affairs. The information thus made pub- lic will lie seized upon by the Liberal ora- tors with avidity as furnishing material which thny were unable to obtain through official parliamentary statements. There is no longer any doubl, that the coming winter will bring into full action n persistent war on the part of the London against then- employers. The Dockmen's union has been fortifying itself for some time and now numbers 400 members encouraged by former vic- tory to exact t le little they failed to ob- tain in their hut great struggle and much more. The companies have been equally active in the matter of preparation and are apparently as confident of success as are their employes. The editor of the Mayence Volks Zeit- ung has been aentencsd to six months im- prisonment for leae majeste in publishing articles insulting to the emperor anil other reigning heads. The workingmen of Alsace have joined in a petition to Emperor William that the existing laws restricting the circulniion oi newspapers printed in the Fr-nch lan- guage in the province to be revoked It in not believed, however, that the petition will be successful in influencing the modi- fication desired. Mr. Crlndstoue spoke an hour and a hall at West Calder yesterday, and was upon his feet for nearly eight hours. He waa in splendid voice and snowed no signs o] fatigue at the conclusion of his day's labor. As a resnlt of the Eccles election the Liberal press unite in demanding a gen- er-il election to test the sentiment of the people as to home rule for Ireland. Thi government, however, ?hows no disposi tion to gratify tbjs wish, and the Con- servative papers are mnte upon the sub ject. The British government has addressed a communication to Portugal i a regard to the alleged kidnapping of natives in East- ern ami Western Africa. The natives are seized under the pretest of draiting them into the Portuguese native militia and are afterward sold into what is practically Potatoes From Ireland are being sold in the Scottish market at a lower price than potatoes grown in Great Britain. These come. however, from Ulster, where thi has been satisfactory. anuyoriiy of ninety. He objected to tie term "separatist" being applied to the home rulers, characterizing it as uatrue and unfair. There was now BO question of the Liberal! desinnf to remove Irish representation from WeetmiBster. They did not propose to repeal the union, but merely to delegate- the control of local affairs to Ireland. advocated shorter parliaments and eemmeatad ou the enor- mous power which the workingmen now possess. It would certainly prove bene- ficial, as judgment of a great question by the masses waa more enlightened than judgment by the educated classes. Hi would not, he said, venture an opinion upon the question of a general eight-hour hill until he saw a definite measure to thai end. In spite of the vote of the trader unions, he saw no way to consider a gen- eral legislative proposal, but favored s special eight-hour bill for miners. Mr. Gladstone, alluding to strikes, said that down to t.he present time when con- tests between labor and capital had to the sharp issues of strikes and lockouts, the laboring man had in the mam been is the right. Among the means which work- ingmen ought to order to strength- en them, legal combination waa the most valuable. It wae a sound system and onlj with rare exceptions harsh upon individ- uals. The bulk of what workingmra had gained had been seoured through judi- cious combination. They ought not contract the habit of appealing to parlia- ment to help them in difficulty by a special act Freedom at action, reliance upon themselves and unity of policy would lift them into a higher position as individuali and as a clam. The Sierra Leone Boundary Commission. PARIS, Oct. 34. Journal Debate, referring to the preparations being nudi by the British to send an expedition fix the boundaries of Sierra Leone, pro- testa against the dispatching of a strictly British expedition on such a mission. Tin boundaries, it declares, should be arranged by a mixed commission, comprising repre- sentatives of England and France, Tht Si. cle commenting on the same subject, says that the expedition, which will bi fully armed, must be watched by France. Propeller Waa Oat of Ordor. LOKDON, Oct. steamer City ol Chicago of the Inman line, Capt. Brad- ford, from Liverpool, left Queenstown for New York at o'clock yesterday after- noon. Sue however, compelled ta return, her propeller failingto work prop- erly. It is thought the trouble WHS caused by a rope becoming entangled with hei propeller. An Ovation to Cnont von Moltka. BF.rn.rx, Oct. Count von Moltke ar riven here yesteniay. He was met at the railroad station by an enormous crowd oi people, who cheered him the entire dis- tance from the station to hlg quarters. Count Kalnoky Takrn a Vacation. Oct. Kalnoky, the Austro-Hunganun prime minister, haft started on a visit to the Tyrol, where he goes to enjoy a few days of rest and im- prove his health. A SCANDAL .IF TROY. THE CRIMES OF ENGLAND'S NOBLES PALE IN COMPARISON. A Palico and a. Prominent Pillar of the Church Involved In the IHs- trramfnl FfnBt for Ofloer Diemimed. Other Criminal City In a Fm-mimt ol Excitement. Y Oct. scandal, almost putting m the shade the shocking crimes with the London messenger boys, has been unearthed here Half a score of men are involved and one arrest has been made. Several days complaints reached the police board that an officer of the Third piwinct was guilty of heinous oflem KH toward children of tender yean hjleme wan n w.iUh was kept Enough evidence was -omi gai h- eml, charges being prefeired officer dismissed from the force m disgrace. Then he left town. It was supposed that that was the end of it. but disclosure." since made reveal a. diutressnur state of affairs, they are wholly unfit no print Wednesday evening a merchant on River street WAS arrested on a charge of maltreating alirtle girl who is old. There HIT three other complaints him Hie jjirl was also one of the dismissed offli-er s uctims. and it is said that his connivance she and other little children were enticed into the mer- chant 8 store, where they were horribly malt reated. Both thu officer anil the merchant are maiTie.l im n. .mil the latter is one of the pillars in a fashionable church The ut- most indignation is expressed. The mer- chant was admitted to bail in THE RIOT IN GEORGIA Precipitated Through a Ovor Landa. SAVANNAS, Oct. Morning Description of the Union Building, The building, which is Hnely located OH Central avenue iuat above Fourth, has been described from st.ige to stage ot its. progress, by the OBBEBVEK, but a brief description will be of interest now It rt a rectangular building 40 feet on the street by 60 feet deep, two stories high. The front and south sides are of pressed brick. It has stoue foundations, and window caps. The external appearance of the building is very attractive, the arrangement of windows, etc., haying a the whole hav- ing a pleasing effect artistically. Two uneven overhanging gables front on the street. One enters through a vestibule into a haliyuh hardwood floor. In the nortnwest corner is a little room for the officers, 10 ft. 8 in. x 8 ft. 3. On the same side of the hall is the oak stair- way to the second floor, having a land- ing and a turn partway up. stairway are the cellar stairs. In the front of the building on the other aide is the directors' room, 15 ft x 18 ft. 4 in. This opens by 9 it. sliding doors into the members' room, which is also connected with the hall by double doors. This room has a fine oak mantel, and its 34 ft. 3 in. x 18 ft. 4 in. Back of this is the library room, 22 ft. 11 in. x 15 ft. 9. Between the hall and the the north side, is a cloak room 8 ft, x 13 ft. 7.Tne hall and kitchen are connected by a passage way, from which there is another entrance to the members' room. The kitchen, in the northeast corner, is 34 ft. 4 in.xl3 ft. 7. It is furnished with tables, cupboards, and the flne No. 9 Monroe range presented by P. B Gary Company. .....-_ This range has all News last night received the following the latest bracket be speciiil from Way Cross concerning tha tow the shelf for utensils, More for .Stanley. LONDON, Oct. Henry M. Stan- ley was yesterday presented with an hon- orary degree by the University of Cam- bridge. ________________ GOVERNOR HILL'S WESTERN TOUR. The Governor AcldreiMi a Largo Andl- fmre .Hin.r.burj, O. MILLEKSBURO, O., Oct. Hill of New York was greeted yesterday by a large audience. The rain during the day did not keep Democrats away. Large platforms were erwted for an open air meeting, but it was necessary M go to City hall where only about people could hear him. Bur audience was composed of the grey haired voters of Jemocracy Holmes and every township was represented. The yonng men were at work on tbe outside. Governor Hill, after referring to local mutter-i briefly, went into national affairs and severely criticised President Harri- on's In referring to the district he said: "I am opposed to the election of William MeKinley for many reasons, and among others because he voted for and advocated he infamous Force bill. That measure .mperils the constitutional jzovernment of this tountry and the best interests of the people demands its defeat. I denounce his measure as a dangerous exercise of constitutional authority; a menace to onr theory of government and an insult to toe people of the states. The states have always regulated their own elections." Governor Hill was followed by Hon. John G. Warwick, who made a short address. _________________ The Blnghamton trader In Trouble. BINGHAMTON, N. Y., Oct. in- dictments were reported against the attaches of The Leader by the grand jury on account of that paper's attitude during the recent cigarmakers' strike. Six an for .againot the manager, two ai_'ain-t, the editor and one against the city editor There is also one indictment r-t r ten of the persons specified for cnnnn 1 -ontempt of eonrt in disregard- ing an in junction issued by Judge Forbes which nrohihited all persons from unlaw- fully encini raging the strikers. The accu-ed furnished bail on each indict- ment. so-called not in Ware county: The follow- ing facts in relation to the riot at Stoke still, near McDonald's mill, Ga have been obtained from an authoritative -ource. L. B Varne lea-sed a lot of l.mrt from the Way Crosa Lumber company, jnat over the Ware line in Coffee county and recently commenced preparations for working it for turpentine this fall same lot of land was sold by H M. Hitt' to Tom Sears and the timber leased to F. M. Stokes for turpentine purposes. A week or ten days ago Tom Sears ordered Varae's hands off the land with his sun The flrst of the week Varne had the work resumed, notifying the parties that he would submit to the legal process. Otherwise he should work the lot. but cautioned his hands against trouble and ordered them to act strictly on the de- fensive. Tuesday Tom Sears waylaid Varne's wagon and shot his teamster, who is not expected to live. Wednesday afternoon Tom Sears his father, Frank Sears, Bryan McLendon, James Hendncka and others came over into Ware, about, a mile and a half from the lot of land in dispute, to the house ol Robert Knight, colored, whem Welcome Golden and other colored employes of Varne were stopnliig out of the rain, and commenced flfing into the house. The hands all ran except Knight and Golden, who returned the flre, killing MeLendon and Hendncks, woodsmen of Stokes, and wounding Frank Sears. Mr. Varnis was six miles away at his still ana knew noth- ing of the trouble until afterwards. IRACE UP, MAN! ____make tntnn Blue. too soon! 1 asslsd free for I I sll.TMtlnonlsla.-i HXVE SOME STYLE! CHAMBEES FRASER, TAILORS. Boom No. 6, Ina. BTg. N. ADVOCATED 3HORTER PARLIAMENT air. Glwlatonv's as Wmt Galder The of tbe Workiagmen. LOSDON-, Oct. Gladstone ad dresfied an immense gathering of people a West Calder yesterday. He referred to the Eccles election as a forecast of th triumph of the Liberal party at the gen eral election. If the ratio of gains oon tinned, he ssi4, it would gin tJu SEDUCTIVE ALLUREMENTS. The Gooda Bold Staheme of a Gram Hah to VloUin.. PlTTSBCTG, Oct. Kew York green goods man sent a most seductive let- ter to M. B. Motzof Middle Lancaster, which he has referred to Postmaster Mc- Kean. It encloses a suppoaed clipping troro a New York newspaper, telling how cleverly counterfeit money is made. man Mr. Metz to make the trip to New York, and offers, if his goods are not all he claims, to give him in gold. says that ttW gets and an arrange- ment of covers adapted tn any size dish, and steel stove-pipe On the second floor tlie gpnc' is all tak n for the assembly room, hardwuud floor, feet At one end is a lame stage, with curved front, nearly tweniy feet across. On either side of the stage is a cloak room, and opening out of llie buck is an outside staircase, leading down to the ground. The ceiling curves in at the top The second story is lo feet high in the clear, -the lower 12 ft. 1 in. The woodwork is all of pine, natural flnieh. The kitchen is wainscoted, and a runs around the assembly room. Curtains will yet be hung, above and below. The cellar is larjje, and conveniently arranged. The whole building is lighted by gas. The heating is done by ardaon Boynton hot air furnaces, one for each floor. In the hall is the marble tablet sented by Mr. E. P. Dickie, who has shown such great generosity, in so many ways. For I was an hungered, and ye gave me ment I was thirstv aril ye drink, I was a stranger ana ye took me in. Naked, and ye clothed me: I was aick, and ve visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me. The plans were drawn by Curtis Ar- cher of Fredonia. The brick was made by John Hilton. John Hilliard did the mason work, James Hubbard the out- ide carpenterwoik and Patrick Biggins all the inside work. The furnaces were put in by Bloss Welner. Joseph lowlett is doing the plumbing. Richard Heppell has tbe job of oiling and var- nishing. HOME NEWS. copies of to-night's paper can be had at this office. voters have thus far been registered in Jamestown out of over 4.000 voters. to letters received by par ties near Woogiin, the Ohautauqua Lake clubhouse, from prominent managers of the resort, over one hundred feet ig to be added to the north end of the clubhouse before another season. McComick, employed as a helper in the blacksmith shop at the Lo- comotive Works, waa somewhat hurt about the chest to-day while while re- moving coal from the coalbin, by being caught between a plank and the car. He was taken home in a carriage. the annual meeting of the Dun- kirk Fredonia Street Company, held on Saturday, George Barker, M. M. Penner, W. McKinstry, H. C. Lake and Frank May were reflected directors. The Board organized by re-electing the officers of last year. A. Freeman, of Oxford University, in the second ot a series of articles on "The Intellectual Develop- men of the English now being published in The Chautuuquan, draws an interesting comparison between "the migration of the great mass of the Eng- lish folk from Germany into Britian and the migration eleven hundred years later of a part of that folk from Britain into America" and characterizes these as "the two greatest events in the his- tory of tha wuole English people." He also shows the difference between the settlement of the English in Britain and that of otber Teutonic nations in western Europe and tells how the Eng- lish in their new home kept compara- tively unchanged their former religion, 'iibtoms and language, only adopting rotn other tongue's the names of ob- ucts hithe.rto unfamiliar. WHO WOULDN'T HAVE ONE! Elections The new Board of Water Commission- era waa organized October 21. with G. 3. Bussell president; J P Johnson, reasurer, and H. D, Beanie, secretary, r Z. Le Fevre is relaitu-d as superm- .endent. The annual of the W C. A., he society which controls the City Ho jital of Jamestown was held October 21. All of the reports showed the society to iem a flourishing condition, The fol- nwing officers were elected: President, Irs. Josephus Clark, vice presidents, Mrs. F, E. Sifford, Mrs C. C. Burtch; ecretary, Mrs. Sidney Joues; corres- >onding secretary, Mrs. W. S. Hedges; reasurer, Mrs. M. W. Pardee. He toflfl gets and gets He warns Mr Metz not to write, but to telegraph The telegram must simply say, '-Send and be sent to Charles Wilson, 1040 Adams street, Ho- boken, N. J. Tie instructions say, "Your password and sign is Arbor 848.'' The newspaper clipping enclosed is evi- dently a forgery. It contains what pur- ports to be an account of the failure of the United States court to convict Charles L. Wilson, one of the most gigantic, success- ful and ingenious counterfeiters, in the world. It says that experts from the treasury at Washington swore that the notes were printed from genuine plates stolen from tbe department. The article says the judge thereupon ordered the dis- charge of the prisoner ORDER. OF UNITED FRIENDS. Kuneral ot Dr. Collyer'a NEW YORK, Oct. funeral service over the remains of ilrs. Anne Armitaga Collyer, wife of Rav. Dr. Robert Collyer who died '1 uesday night, took place yes- terday afternoon at her husband's church. Bank avenue and Thirty-fourth street. The services were conducted by Theodore C.WUliams of All Souls church; Bev. Brooke Heresford, D. D., of Boston, and Rev. Dr. Campbell of Brooklyn, all ol whom made feeling remarks about their fellow minister's departed hulp-mate. The interment was in Woodlawn cemetery. Another Reward for Engineer BUFFALO, Oct. John T. Burns of the Lake Shore, who so bravely saved the passengers ou his train from death ac Irving lart Sunday, received terday morn ins through the Cleveland Leader a check for from Mr. C. W. Spitzer of Boston. Mr. Spitzer in his let- ter said: "There cannot; be too much said in praise of Engineer J. F. Burns. He saved many lives by not leaving his en- gine." _________________ An Erahenler Guilty. WORCESTER, Mass., Oct. the superior court Fre ierick Kimball, ex- teller of the People's Savings bank in this city, who ia accused of stealing over OOD, ami who went ro Europe with tbe La Bon woman, and on returning; was arrested in New York, pleaded guilty to an indict- ment barging; embezzlement. It under- stood that his case will be called for sen- Unce Nov. L IF you arc afflicted with rheumatism, neuralgia, gout or other bodily pain, or if yon have a sprained wrist or ankle you ought at once to procure a bottle of i Salvation Oil, ttte" greatest cure oa earth 1 for pain. It only costs 35 cents a bottle. the poor dying with cold. Won't some "good Samaritan" send him a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Work at che Imperial Connell at Buf- Confutation Complnted. BCFFAEO, Oct work of the im- perial council, O. TJ. F., waa held vester- day at The Genesee. The revision of the constitution and by-laws was completed, to go into effect on Dec. 1. The council then added nine new states to the present membership. They are Delaware, Maryland, District of Colum- bia, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wiscon- sin, Iowa and Minnesota, and waa appropriated to defray the expenses of in troducinR the order in these states, The question of choosing the next meet- ing place for the council did not occupy much time, and Pittsburgh was the choice of nearly all the delegates. Cniveraaltat National Conference. ROCHESTEB, N Y., Oct. was the last day of the Universalist na- tional conference. The morning session wan opened by Judge Wallace of Chicago, who continued liia discussion of tbe ques- tion of "compulsory education.' Papers were read daring the day by J Coli man Adams, D. D., of Brooklyn, on "The Christ and the Mrs. M Louise Thomas of New York, "The Red Her. Amanda J. Chapin of Illinois, oa "Christianity in the First and Nineteenth Rev. W. S. Sample of Minne- sota, "The Ethics of tha Lord's Rev. C. E. Nash of Ohio on. "The Busim Before Us." In the evening a sermon waa preached before the conferenceJpr Bev. A. A. Miner, D. D., of Boston. A Suicide at Erie. Ems, Oct. Siil- w, aged sixteen years, daughter of s- imminent contractor, has committed uicide. She left home at midnight against her parents' wishes to go with ler brother-in law, George Blum, to his home in Vleadville. The father had Blum Treated at the depot. The girl disap- leared and was found drowned in tbe jay this morning. Sensational develop- ments are expected. Too Mneh Bain for BaMawH. BBOOKUTN, Oct. The Brookiyn game scheduled for yeaterda; was postponed rain. (Additional Telegraphic News on 3rd page.) PERSONAL. F. C. Chambers, of Buffalo, is in city. Mr. W. T. Colman ia kept at home by llness to-day. Jarvis A. Fisher of Gerry has an in- crease of pension. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Russell celebrated their crystal wedding on Tuesday. Mrs. Harriet A. Townsend is visiting U IBS Lapham, in Fredonia, to-day. Miae Maud R.Mannion, of 57 Doughty street, left to-day for Warsaw, to visit friends. Mrs. Bliss and Mrs. Shepard of Buffalo were tbe guests of Mrs. Joseph Nelson last night. Mr. P. F. Scanlon waa confined at hon.e by sickness yesterday but returned to work Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Wade of Buffalo were the guests of Mrs. L. Fullagar last night. Mrs. Townsend and Vrs. Rumrill ol Buffalo and Mise Lapham of Fredonia were the guests of Mrs. Bookstaver last night. The Very Rev. JoanThomas.Oongult- lor General of the Passionist Order, ac- companied by the Rev Faihera Leo anc Andrew arrived in Dunkirk yesterf.iy, Mr. P. J. Mulholland have movrd into the Second ward, having 804 Eagle street; which he intends to' 'cupy until his dwelling on Swan street com- pleted. Dr. E. H. Galloway of Eaton, Madison county, is visiting his uncle, Mr. Henry Severance, on Deer street. He was i delegate to the T. P. S.C.E. convention and will remain until Saturday. Mrs. Louis McKinstry of Fredonis was in tie city yesterday, iii company with friends from Chicago, who had been her guests for several days. The; left, perfectly delighted with the rich Rivalry. There is a very strong competition between two of the largest shoe manu- facturers in the country, W. L. Douglas and M. W Dodge; each claim to make the mottt serviceable and best fitting men's shoes; W. C Heuser Co. keep both makes. Practice. Mr. John T. Sullivan's rooms will be open this evening for practice in the new ballot law, Every inspector, and every poll clerk in the city, should make it a point to be on hand, and make themselves familiar with their duties. Citizens generally, without regard to politics are invited to attend, frona 7.80 to 9 o'clock. A At a meeting of the ladies yesterday it was decided, by a unanimous rote, that the new style .of rubber over-shoes now being introduced by W. C. Heuser Co. are all 0. K. Quite a Inrge number of our citizens, connected with the Independent Order of Fellows, went to Westneld Thursday evening, to institute a lodge of the order in that village. District Deputy Meredith of Jamestown; and aboiusixty members of different lodges in this district were present. After the officers of the new lodge were inetdllet some twenty-five candidates were ad- mitted as members and took the several degrees. It was a most enjoyable gath- Ving from beginning to end; and the Westneld lodge starts out under tbe most favorable auspices. Bvgister! Bogiater! All people who wish to vote at thi coming election must register. Satur daj is the last day. C. C. Town Clerk. SPECIAL SALE! -Of----- 9 'M CLOTH CAPS. Saturday, Oct. 25th, Cleveland's Again Ahead. Present U. S. Gov. Chemist, A. F. Underwood, says: SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT cr Having examined and thor- oughly tested the leading brands of baking powder, purchased by myself ia open market, I find Cleveland's Superior Bak- ing Powder the best ii quality, the highest in leavening power, and fectly 8TODDAST A CO., Patent______ _ at., WMhington. C., opp. U. 8. fotait Or- ice. Patents, Caveata and aecnrad. Trade Marks regutemd. All Patent conducted, tor moderate Fees. Information., Advice and apecial relenncee aent OB requeu. A. Burboe wislioa to announce to die VSvlPubllc m general, and patrona in partic- ular, that lie has nnrcbastid uio building- ibr- merly nncnnieil by B. H. Xullett, Si Bast Third b j-cet, and ntted it up in order, and with the help ot Mr. A. Rtoaw. in prepared to do harboring. Thanking (or pant patronage, we solicit a share of the tutura. BeapecUuIly, U. A. (KJEBBE, U. a. Govt Chemist, 1890. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. We any a complete line of NET- Shoes. If ou want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS1 Calf Shoe in. Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the beat shoe for the money that has ever been of fered to- any trade. Gome and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SON, 213 Centre Street C.C. PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MATS ST., BVFTALO, M. T. DBAZtlSB. HI Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather Goods, etc SOLD SIL VgJt PLJ TIA A COMPLETE Lr5B 09 MAIN STBKKT. BtTFFALO, H. Y. ELYS CATARRH Cream Bairn Piiii Innainnuuioa Higher Leather of all kinds has advanced and most of the shoe dealers throughout the country are raising the prices on. shoes, j Hi aln the Hot the at Taste and Smell. and attractive appearance of Northern i Before you purchase, call on W C. t A. particle applied mm nosttU an Chautauqna, its vineyardssnd enormous Heuser Co., they inform us that and IB WASTKD toaell our 6OO va. O of choice Nursery Mock. Fallen- piiign opened; best apectslttoi, beet torms, ateady work, weekly. We guana- too what we advertise. A ddresa (This bouse la Bnoa., T. to A MONTH can be niudo working tor rsona preferred who nan funuah a hone tnd give their whole time to the Sparo momenta may be profltolily employed iluo. A tow in towua and eiuea. B. Johnson It Co., MOO Richmond, Va. Dry Qoods and Carpets. AMERICAN BLOCK. 3961-402 Main Street, BIFFALO. S. T. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some art born, fiuhionable, chieve ftuluan, taut otters fiaeefoMm upyn quoth Charles Lambf ohen tailor him a new ooat with, velvet collar and told, him 'tody mean vrJmtt now." U is right to be in fashion if yon can. H is almost as eaey as to he out of fashion, unless you are indifferent like our friend Lamb, who, ae a genius, conld afford to be so. From us you cau learn abnnt OIK newest fashions in dry in all that pertains to ladies' wear, such dress goods, cloaks, etc.; in gentlemen'r gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, etc.; and in carpets, draperies and in- terior house decorationa. The newest Fall and Winter are ready in all departments. A won- derful lot of attractions And bargains on every ha'nd. IE yon wantav.dveaf, here are fashion- able fabrics from, tbe world's of fashion, choice goods and in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if you want a carpet, if yon want dry of any kind, or a book (we rnoan't forget the come to us and see the you can't come, writo, and leant what is fashionable in wearing apparel, in home furnishings and in literature. Don't wait to have fashion thrust upon yon. Ton can achieve fashion by- trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about tax-- thing in oar line of business. are sent freely, queries answered in- stantly. Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with, us through the a great success. grape crop. are still selling at the low prices. Street, New York ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, GOODS AJfD CARPETS, AmnucAX BLOCK. BTOVAXO, 9T Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and-Fixtures ;