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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1890. NO. 3.3 B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 MIW RVUMQ MACHINE for ruling all kinds ol 11 th' latest IIP Mechanical Department ol UunkirklPnnting Companv BR. OIFFORD, ZB and 215 Central An Artistic Photographer Instantaneous at Batten a ipeUalty Sitters Med not wait lor sunshine except lor Med balnea. rtooK IBVLNO Pro D pnetor, No. 16 K. Second street, near Bui Ulo itmt, Dunkirk. N T Magazines. Mu ue, etc., bound in all styles Onion attended to. All work (oaranteeit BDKCHKR'8 CKOCKERt HHCSK, 308 Central Irenue. Wnoleaale and retail dealer in IB ported anct China, blaaaware, HOTEL, Bain, tl per day Linry and Boarding ambit in connection V iLtor Iticli 33b and 337 Lion l lIIY BAKUKK SHOP Ghas Nagle, Prop Under Lake Shore National Bank, oornc Cento- and Third streets A Boe stock foreign and Domestic iigurs_____________ I 1OWK1JM SUM, JOS center street, Practical bone-sboers. PfirlieuUr alien ti >n interfering hones. Shoeing of roio trotting horses a specialty t) DNKIRK KVKNLNO OHSKBVER. Largest Daily in tbe Connty An uneqnailed advertising meUium. Ut itTNlUttlt KNGLNKKKIMl __ Sellew A Popple Uanoiacturen of Lngines, Boilera. Fulleju Shafting Uaogers, etc. Patterns, CasUngs. and Machine Work lo order -imiUUK 3H1HT vO, M, 206 and -u. Lf Center street, ol tin and "Dunkirk" perfect- Htunj, DreuShirU. On aale mall leading lurniuhiiig eloUung and dry goods bouses in Dunkirk, Ue. rooMEY, 4S4 and 496 Lion street, Dealer in Flour, Feed, alt. Baled Hay. Pbot, phaten, etc. Estabhsoeil, 1877 RIB HOTEL and uining saloon, Umui Cj Depot, tsjjy access to all trains and bus uiett bouses. Best accommodations lor Com uercial Travelers. Joliu J Murpby, Prup 4, HXKIU CO., Ci y> and MS E foird street. Cine turmture. Cabinet Ware auii Up uoutermg Picture frames made to order. It. HATTKSON CO JU1 Central Ave, OJ faabiouaad Uentlemen OilllHuers .1 AKKLI. STKAJt HEAT1MU anulaclarera ol Steam Healing Apparatus Plumbing a Specially Ll OHB STKAM LAUMURV. Uur specialties Fine Slnru, luc, I oil lira le. Cuffs, tc, and Lace Curtains. Free I) In 4ry A Cumuiiuipic 3U7 Center street H K. OEHM. H. I lunl it., cor of Buffalo nuluc.urer uua dealer i u Fine Boots Shoes is BNMV WELLEB-S NKW STORK, 103 Third st. Books, stationery, Musical ID rapera everytliirg pertaining to a cliisa btxik uUire Scliooi uouks a specialty JOB PKIST1NO ol every descrijition and HI lowest iinug rates b> Uuakirlc Printing Company, 8 ami 10 fc St. i VAN BUKtS SON, t irf 1 lie Accident and General Insuracofc Deal ers in Beal Estate and Loans Particular attention paid to the care ol properly collect i us rents Ac. 219 Center st, 2nd floor OSHOK'S PHABMACV, JOV central Avenue uarters tor Wall Paper Pa ui Oils, J. W, I Center street, Manufacturer and dealer lu Harness. Saddles, dridles, collars, Trunks, W hips, Buffalo itobes Horace-overt Gloves MitteneaDd Sleigh ttuba FSCHOLTES. 17 Kail Third street, fashionable Tailor, Gentlemen will And it tu their advantage to call on me before purchasing eUewhtire. tt. I.ARV CO., X Lion street. ereucral Hardware.White Supplies, ml Clotbs, brabite Ware. A special O ol shern 11. Williams Pa. n t and Monroe range RULING, such aa blank-books, ledgers, imi ail kiiuUol blanks done at Dunkirk 1'anuiig 8 ami 10 E Second at UUULPM MULDENHACKR, K, Cor. Third and Buffalo bi Dealer in Granite, Marble ngging nni Building slone. Call on me buying your aide-walk- KlftUICV CO., 7 and a East Front utrceL Wines, Brandies b-iieral Liquor Store lor t uanily Use. ROBKKT M'slAV, Lion street, near tue ISuarding, dale, teed and Luery olable abibling bj uie day or week on reasocanli J. UIFKOKO, M] Central Ave. O beneral Insurance aud lical IfBtate ABeul- t ire, Lite, Accident, snd ovocl insurance. attention giv 211 to buying IDU Estate. "COTTAGK." i S PUOVOQRAPII on exhibitiiii rKt-E t inest liquois lot med uiiul purposes 01 D Wlnskoi i Imported eiss Betr in !V ttles AK Huruin and Otlinness I'ortei tlrauu tlie noixt r. O. JONF.S, i. 75 E Third su. cor Deer fcxcelwor Meat Market Fresh, bait an dmoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, an Poultry 7 ATCUES, JKWE1.KY, JH.. jiuj tne Aurora Kailroad Wutcn Repairing a specialty frank f Stapl. S3 K Third st. YlercUaak Itulur, '.Jt> t eliLral Avenue MURDEK'S FOUL WORK. A FRENZIED FATHER SLAYS HIS WHOLE FAMILY rlTCn Desperation by His Wire's Infidelity and a Wayward Daughter, Fred Kills His Three and A Pi eminent Hardware Merchant Also Palls m Victim Murderer Bultot to N H, Sept terri- ble oecuned heie last night and there IK great excitement A mob of several hundred people surrounds the house where the bodies of three dead per SODS partially attest the extent of the crime Fred H J Hein, aged 45 yearn, a cooper in the employ of the Eldredge Brewing company, has a family of three daughters the eldest Came, aged 15 years keeping house for him his wife who it is said was unfaithful, having left him several months ago Since she left It is reported the girl Came had become wayward Hem s trouble preyed upon his mind until he le solved to end the matter and rcmcue from lemptation the three female members of his household Two of them and the murderer himself he dead in his home while at the hospital his third daughter lies djing with a bullet in her neck and at. his home, Charles W Taylor, a well tuown hardware merchant, whose name nas been connected with that of Mrs Hem lies with two bullet holes in his buck Threats of Lynching Before the discovery of Hem's dead Ixxly officers and citizens were scouring the eiiy in search of him, and had he fallen into the hands of the mob bewould e been lynched The storv of the mur der is Charles W Taylor while entering his resiJence about 7 SO last night was rushed upon by the murderer who fired wo shots both of which took: efftct lu the small of his back A large crow d gatli red around the house Taylor is still line buttery low He says he doesn't suow prompted Hein to shoot him At 12 o'clock the doctors were doubtful about snvmg him "Father Has Shot Me." Shortly before 8 o'clock in the vicinity of Hein s house heard fne pistol shots fired in rapid succession and Maud he 13-year old daughter of Heiu ran out of the house and down the street She >ioceeded but a short distance when she fell saying Father has shot me l WHS taken to 'he hospital where she lies in a critical condition Three xhots were fired at ker, all taking effect The of the Mulder The lower part of Hem's house was the scene of the murder s, ho-rible work and it shows evidence of adesperate strng The kitchen with blood and nas in great disorder Just out-ide the back door of the house lay two bodies Carrie, the oldest girl lay with her face cohered with bk od the bullet nig entered the left side ol the face passing upward toward the brain death having resulted instantly Across her probtmte form laj Bertha the >oung eM dHughlpr When found she was un cmseu and she expned in fifteen min utfb, the bullet that caused her death entered her head just behind the efl ear The Mnrdtirer Found 'Sheriff Coffin arrived at Hein's bouse at 8 15 p m and detailed men to search for the murderer Meanwhile Marshal Joy and a force of officers arrived and t was lecided to examine the chambers A.stlie> entered the front chamber they "onncl the dead botlv of Hem stretched on the floor A bullet had passed through .us head from the revolver which laj b> us Hide The crowd which had gathned about the house were highlv excited and hud the murderer been take i line cer- tainlj would have been killed by them THE RAUM INVESTIGATION CLOSED to the The Committee Will Beport House at an WASHINGTON Sept special house committee investigating the charges against Commissioner Ruum continued its 111% estigatiou yesterday Mr Fleming, the un (hoi of the charges, was called and examined In an answer to a question by Gen Kaum he said that he had written the article that appeared in the Indianapolis Dentine! bringing the befoie the public and had gnen the mfoiinutiou for other newspaper articles ou the subject Mr Fleming refused to gne any names On being further questioned he said that four of the persons were emplojes of the pension office 1 he committee declaied the tlon closed and will begin the considera- tion of testimony taken immediately and mil leiort their findings to the house at an eailv date Railroad Conductors' Convention Toi EDO O Sept 18 railroad con ductors eornention yesteidav morning spent the time in waiting for from the various committees Ihe deli gates hme accepted an of the natuinldty to isit the gas fields ant] witnibx a display of the gas to-morrow afternoon afternoon Major Hamilton anil i delegation of utilens ci lied on the i (mention and presented claims of the CHJ for the headquarters of the brotherhood A Denial fiom Mr Wlndom W Mass Sept 18 tarv was asked regarding the the report that his resignation is contemplated and stated that he had not heard the tumor and had no intention o; resigning being satisfied with the present condition of affairs Iwentj one million m bemels were purchased, yesterday, ant in the past thirty two dajs the treasury has spent in bond purchases 001 e receipts ONE HUNDRED NEGROES POISONED. A Number of Them Die by Fating Pork Sprinkled With Arsenic BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept 18 hun dred negroes were poisoned Sunday near Coleram, Dallas county Two of them died that day and six others died Monday The latest news from the neighborhood is that many others are ill and their death is hourly expected A big re vital meeting has been goinfc on for a week at a negro church near the little town of Coleram which is in a remote section of Dallas couuty twenty miles from Selma Ihe meeting was to close Sun day and it was decided to give a grand dinner to all who attended. Elaborate preparations were made and there was plentj of food One course of the dinner consisted of bar beetled pork a liberal supph of which was provided There were not enough tables and dishes to feed the entire crowd at once or the fatalities would have been much gieater boon after those who ate at the first table had finished they complained of f eliog sick, and m a fevvraomeuts several of them were suffering Thevde cided it was the pork that had made them nick and no more pork was eafcpn All the physicians in the neighborhood weresummonrd and at once pronounced the sickness the result of poison The barbecued poik was examined and the physicians found traces of arsenic in it Everything possible was done the but two children died in a short time Next day six grown persons, four women and two men died in agony No than twenty others were ID a critical condition and to die at last accounts Still others are considered eutiiel} out of danger and it was a narrow escape for all who partook of the poisoned meat investigation is being made the ccroinr but so far, he has not learned whop'ieed the poison in the meat The in the neighborhood are much alarmed there is an enemy in their midst who is determined to destroy them The authorities will make effort to discover the author of the at- tempt at such wholsale THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE SHOT DOWN THE MAN WHO BETRAYED HIS WIFE AND WRECKED HIS HOMTE A Grand Army Veteran Takes Suramtrj Venzeance on the Man Who Robhcd Him of Bis Wife The Betrayer Con- fesses to the Coroner That He Had Grossly "Wronged His AssnllBnt The Sad Story of n Rulued Life Brokers Doing a Thiiilng Barlnesi at Bagamovo Sept Travelers from the coast confirm the report of the issue of a deciee by the Germans at Bagamojo au thoimng tiaffic in slaves The decree was Mtnied by tbe German commanders of the lespective stations and was posted at Bagamoyo and Dares-salaam The sla've deiilers expelled from Zanzibar established themselves at BaifHmovo and are domj; a thriving business It is re- ported that the sultan has telegraphed to Europe for assistance Brokers' houses are now full of slaves haMng been established under German licenses Permits to recover runaways will lead to much Kitln iping of free natnes The newa Of th( proclamation lias cpi ead vrbole coast and traffic has reined to an extent unknown in thirty jears The Berlin Post says The sultan's de cree prohibiting the slate traffic does not! operate in Germnn terntoij where un der existing treaties n German commit bloner exercises public pouers Germany had uni intention of nnqu ilifiidiv abolishing all forms of slaieij Ihf teiclsia-c ngieed that measures against slaie traffic and man hunting should be taktn ouly decrees with due regard to the existing ordei of things Official circles ml the government' nenspapeia take the tliopp a teamster bttd jumped from hln tiuck fnd raised tut wounded maft Others in the crowd helped opp to carry t h tlie Mtot exnm nati by the nt the bi'pital sh wed thu tiie 1 i 'let which wis o ic of 3s i ihro f om i Sin th WPS'- n had shattered the spinal coljTin md severed 01 pmh o t 1 thf BI i i! Ml inti c If wti j rt uf the n. i i w s p i ilj z 1 m-e fc ir gf ju oo i nl foi the 1 iJl vthicli liad le in Dm i, i de but did 11 it fl lit Jii us 11 misplaced in Hie Aictie 'lea. Fl bepl schooner Oscai and llaltic Puesda> fiom island bunging Capt and blew ud Ciioate of the bark Thomas Pope, which w is lost in the Ante sea on Aug 27 lie bdik ashore neai Point llnpc duinv a humcine Ihe crew tnkcn oft Ij the b it k William Leuif 1 lie I'ope was oum 1 in Beiiird Miss and m thw cltr J he hark iicttd as a tendei to the haling fleet, and hid 8 000 pounds of boi e aud siiU banels of oil valued at 000 on board A Defaulting Treasurer. N Y Sept 18 has been that Johu Peter Deirenbaeher of this city treasuier of the Associated Fire Department fund is a defiulierin the sum of 000 Mr Derrenbacher has been treasurer of the fund form inv vents and was also chief of the fire depaitmeot His bondsmen will make good the amount of his defalcation Ihe disclosure causes great excitement wuh that in in I hints of i e _iib r-, i u u u son Tnlu uc 'f their r oil tie In il r "Vlothei s CiielM !o lid Child I L lieu da} m if uievv t air of it t.ht foi t h LE mt di I an ugly in ioiehedil na> li e ie su i 1 Ueci to take elnl Iren to Ger in A and t tl so Ve uled in "ebrn i t i L Id n iki o 10 i u I >i tl i a i nd so ee is n i ie n rr J M% eves, failed m j.ud I could not con ti e t 15 vi h of i rlr h n si. o Ll t elo i there'o j it 1 i uvo in the Creoige my baby wuh me brtt Mrs Kentz the lady who In is u the hoi.se with us has beeu ill iiid lie i is not the propel attention la Jhl1- 1 w nt to IJi Caipeiter about teitniL, 1 im in the Jmenile but did not succeed On my vuij to the iMtisei IIMC me a office, tthere I urn tmployed I met Dirk and -hot him Deistel is a immbci of 'Meiuwthi Post G -i i md sais lie n i 1 two tie In uieth V v i ttit i pj s il a old ms i fetl thHt 1 onl( d his duty in shoo n tl n i i if h is i nued Ills HTir1 Oae lejl is c Hln Dirk's Ante Mortmi 1) I ii its u d r t j Jt in 1 i c le b 'f H S u i c le Of h n i I bt months an i v t man 1 t1 e rte Lu u i i moi cm 1 i though jcar- D rl clai n t 1 hu t i lied T "In Delatel UOUld t, t hit c n e h I u s lk man of tot k u is a ei trie I I n i nr e l w nu t He ll two Mrs D e w 1 i Killed With a Slung Shot PAI BKIDGE J it d t_ iiuwiaiti l LL l Jllu H h J BooJ i decen e 1 h tsb inu s is informed of thu shoot lUfc i J went to Bel ne hospital she as a tall u v.omm not lu the le-ist piepossessing Vtheu iskdi if she m unid to Dirk she deelaied that sh WH-, Dcstel said, hau igreed that she should the youngest 1) Geoiee butafteiwitd had kidnaped the child from hei THE M'AULIFFfi-BLAVIN FIGHT Tsw Coming Battle the Main Topic the tendon Sports NBW YORK, 18 e follovmg sptcial cable was received from I uucion The interest m the Me} ilifle battle is increasing The nVbi is the main topic in sporting circles A. well known bookmaker has lecelved a commis- sion frcm n syndicate of Australian book niakeis to back SlaMii Betting rules ai 6 to j ou the American but the Austialian chan.ethis Sevei il of the Ene. ish bfokmakers 'aid heivih aoiamst and Lords Chuisten Dt Chffcid md Ltn.lale also bicked McAuliffe McAuliffes tiameis are sat- isfied with his condition and aie sanguine that he Tvill win men iie m a quauclu tbe date of the nglit but it will probably take place on the 22d It u it beeu settled who will second the -VmeriLdU ON THE DIAMOND New Biooklj-n garar po 1] iid mm 1 h la leli liia n H E PI la i C 0 t 1 2 0 0 0- 3 tl 2 B ion 0 0 a 0 f ft 1 0 4 8 J Bui lladbouini anl At f 1 H H K (Inch id 0 1 0 0 I) 0 0 6 12 J Plllslul (I 0 0 0 1 n 0 1 0 3 haunt's trrnbei and btale> and WtlHlll At hi n H E Chicago 30160001 8 t Buff )o 2 0 (I 0 2 0 0 0 4 11 2 rl Baldwin autl Borle CunmiiLuam Hnrt Ma V ber-f i fi RUB 020010 0-J51 100000 0-131 Tlie lub a "Nuisance XFW "iork L Ward, the kceo r if i boarding house directly in the roiroi the 1 uncling occupied In the wel k ow u 1 nmlis' club a resort of and "n.on ibout town appeared before Police I istice Keilly yesterday and applied for T> in ai ts for members of tLe club, allag ing t'i t the club is a nuisance i espec illj conplaining of the noise I emauat ng therefrom in the early bourse the mu Justice Reilly issued sum ouses for the club's members. Huffak Game c ftlled dt rknes Banenea-KiiiK and Stafford and Mack >atioim! I Ticik Philadelphia game oued rain Brooklyn game post- poned nin At EBB. eland 00201J11Q 20 f Plttsburi; Butt and Zimmer Andeison anil Defker St con 1 R. H B. Olevelnn 1 67] Plttslurg lau and Zlmraer Philhus and Deckel At n H K Chicago 12 8 Oindnn-m 82 Game called darkness and Klctredge Durjea and Keenan American Aiioulatlon At 01010080 8 10 1 and MoGunc Marr and Pit? At Columbus 0000100 st L ins 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 7 1 and Stnctts and Mm an Second R. H K. Columbus 00 050 8t 1 0111- Game called larkncss Pnltf and 0 Connor Ramsey inrl Mur in At T It II H E Tcledo fl 3 1 2 0 0 3 0 4 12 2 Putter and Sage Daih and "vveckbecker _________ Palo to lie at His Record CLFYEI AND Sept IS to the big field in the 2 25 trot yesterday only that cl IBS as disposed of at the driving park and that race was divided One heat of the 2 30 class was trotted o lelia w mmng m 2 24% Palo ilto was sent a mile to beat his record, but on account of the slow track made it in 2il5 trotting RUB. 11 1 R H K. 13-561 0 0 7 So Lon MjlklllfLl 1 iUes flsi Bl orufleld Malah i Elthoi i e ftinc cla-io trotting Kenwood Hauidtllah Maudlin Atw ood Larwood Time 151 7 8 3 1 S 12577 86226 1 83433 47864 'i o 6 4 H 4 7 dr 231H 5111 1224 S t 4771 6 6 -i 6 5 Flsers at Chicago CHICAGO Sept races re suited as follows Fu-t lace mile Ed Bell first, Ithaca second, Pitnck third time, 1 04 Second raee, 1 mile Hairy Kuhl first, Kb iftau second Bankrupt third, time, The thud raoe declared off Fourth lace milo Baigain first Jnsnei second Longshot third time, 1 19 Fifth race mile Caesella first, Re- bound -second Ruffiu third time 1 Sixth race mile .Noiwood first, jack "Murphy Valedictory third, time, 1 17 _________ The Winners at Gloucester GLOtctsTEK J Sept 18 day's i ices resulted as follows First race %nule JavFDee first Gene vieve second G-olden Rod third time 136 Second raoe 1 mile Samaritan first, Hegina second Duke of York third time, 159% Third race mile Sea Bird first, Good Bye second Laura S third time 1 25% Fouith race B4 mile Crispin first, Brown Charlie second Gen Gordon third time Fifth race mile Tioga first, Tyrone second Englen ood third time, 1 38 Louisville Bacea LOUISVILLE Sept 18 race yester day 1 mile aud TO yards Ely and Miss Leaon ran a dead heat foi first place Chautress thud time, 1 46 Ely won tfie run off in 1 iacc 1 mile and Towards Mijor Tom first DaMd second, Beitha third time 1 49 Third ce stakes, 1 milea Uncle Bob first Riles second W G "Moms thiid time 2 12% Fou th i ice mile Bordella first, Lottie-.ecoud MiradB third time, 1 05 Fl til tace decl iiel off The dijipltd Athletlt Club i Sept 18 Sha-sij, of tl e Athletic Baseb i1! club lefl for 1 liat ciemngwith the rem muts of club where he will make an attempt to out the schedule Curt "We clt signed with Baltimore Trotting bcpt races of tne grand oiromt meeting at th driving park werf pastponed on accoan of the bafl condition of the track. A SI IK IV HUSH POLITICS THE PLAN OF CAMPAIGN DENOUNCED BY A TIPPERARY PRIEST Father Coiinav Condemns the for llelillng Hlliul Allegiance to Aft His Action Has Attracted Much London Times Predicts the Enrlv Formation of Ailtl Plan of Campaign Party LONDON, Sept of n Irish political circles has been canted ay the action of a Tippernry named "tonway in denouncing the plan of cam paign to the btst interests of the conniry, and condemning the ten dencv of the people to 3 leld blind allegi auce to agitators whose advice often contrary to good morals The bishop of Coik has also very recently expressed him in similar though more guarded errns The bishops and in Ireland e as R rule kept so clear from suspicion of pnvt.ality in politics that those two conspicuous exceptions coming to gcthei, uttiact much attention The church as a whole would undoubtedly piefer to sec moreamirablerelatfousexiit- ng between the peasants and the land owners but the priests who come in daily contact with the masiies know that their nfluence would be seriously Impaired if -hey should take any stand in opposition .o the m keep the church IH uti nl Foivriiiinvis of a New Movement The sit tuition at Tipperary is excep- omil the recalcitrant element among the tenants having emigrated almost en nisse frnm the Smith Barrj eaUtes to Sew lipperarv and only such a constituency as would be likel) to receive such utterances as those of Father Con wav In H spirit The I on don limes claims W have dls a foimidiible reaction throughout Ireland agninst the policy so long pur sued un i r Nationalist auspices, and pre- is ilat a strong "anti-plan of cam- n jiiny will soon be foimed If tills njiormMtion be correct, it would seem possible that the clerical deliver antes ibove noted haxe been intended as foierunnets of the new movement Other obsenerp express the belief that with Mr D iMit preaching land tenure cform is mon important than the plan of camimicn or am other existing move nent and H uli the otuei leaders much at odds KS ui the bent way of meeting the situ moii cioited the crop failure, the signs of tie times- point to a general breaking up of old political fetich wor ships a ciystallzation along some new line t f action lotal OtHdali Too Zealous Ihe explain tions put forth by the Ber Im Post and oihir mote or less official organs in leguid to the notice lestormg the E st A rncan trade, are so as toenin h Tail in tlnir supposed object 5f juslifung ihe nuaMiii i ompliiined of Not onh so but the inconsistencies MSI aim the coiumentaiiea gtT MELBOURNE'S LABOR TROUBLES JUUT OF Special darg aim FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-Sept. 19 and 2( 10 Special Bargains for Ladies. No Ladies' elegant Astrakhan capes worth onl} No muslin nigbt gowns, woith only K5e. No corsets worth 75c onlv No size law n aprons wottli J5c onlj No Ssbuttun Centemcn kid gloves regular price only 81 33. No 6-Ladies'superfine ribbed vests worth onlj 2oc No Elertnsdorf black hose worlli35c onlj 25c No fancy embroidered handkerchiefs worth 35i only 250 No 9 -Ladies' 26 inch Gloria silk umbitllas, worth %2 inly 4.5 No fine cashmere glovtb, wcrtli 30c, onh 10 Special Bargains for Gentlemen. No cotton socks special good value st H and 15 No s tine 4 plj Imcu collais sold elsewhere for JO cents, onlj and tO cents No medium weight underwear for eaily fall onl> 35 and 48 No s unlaundricd sbirts, worth 05 cents, only cents No linen finish uandken hicfs worth 12Jcei is, only 5 cents. No Gentlemen B Turkey red handkerchiefs woithSceuts oulj 4 cents. No s 4-ply linen ruffe wmth 25cents extra good value, onlylTe No extra quality Hume Steam launtlncd ehirta, only 05 i No s suspenders special good value, only 18 cciits No neck wear in gi eM 10 Special Bargains for G-irls. No 1- LouisHermsdorf black djehoso cpecialgood value, woolen and 20to 28 cents No Hubbard style gossamers with sleeves, worth only 45. No colors Windsor ties, only 5 cents No linen liaadkerchicts ouly 10 and cents No trimmed sailor hals, only 22 ctuts No cord edge and tourist ruclung onU cents jarcl No style leather and caural only IS and 23 cento cashmere gloves worth 21 tents, oulj I'l cents No baskets especially foi school, onlj 25 rents No, aprons, Kictcbeu waist, assoiled styles and prices 10 Special Bargains for Boys. No velocipedes much below tegular prices Xo air guns, regular price 00, now S5 cents Jo s extra strong school bags lOc to luse, double knees, only 24 ceuts Jo winter undciwear 25 cents and upwards Jo rubber coats, worth 50 only 85 Jo school boxes, with lock an 1 key onlj 8c Vo s suspenders only lOc Jo waists, onh '25 cents Sfo shirts, only 28 and d8 cents mplnjeiB Say Thej Can Dispense With I lie Inlmr the general ITie Figaro, in its -ei its of at ticlt s repealing the inside hioton A Portuguese Minister lUilgiii. LISBON, Sept 18 Ribeiero miiiisier of foreign affairs, has resign his office in consequence of the opposition to the Anglo Poi tugueie treaty relative to territory m East Africa. Ueu Itoulaiifcor Kxplmlsw. LONDON, Sept 18 -Gen Bonlanger hi published Lstatement purporting tosbo the exact relations existing between him self and his rojali.-.t and other aupporte 10 Special Bargains for Babies. lo slips, worth 50cents onljo'Occnis plongdressis, 50 cents, 7o ctnls, 00 ?o robes only 48 %1 75 hand knit booties 10 an 1 15 cents To R i afihmcre cloaks d5 "30 Si "fo silk and cahhine're and plush caps and hoods fi7 Inu We have tbelaigest assoit- rnent of Patent Leathei Shoes n plain andlight-coloivd tops, tiand and nuvcnvne sewed. We carry a complete line of UKT- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. you want a nice-fitting and itylish shoe, try a pair of thib make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress in broad, medium or nanow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them For yourself and be com inced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street DID YOU EVER Look on the Label of your favorite baking powder to see if all the ingredients are published Ammonia, a substance injurious to health, K an adulterant of some high- priced baking powders advertised and generally believed to be "absolutely pure." Cheap, prue, and gift powders contain alum, terra alba, as well as ammonia. Housekeepers who desire pure and wholesome food should refuse to buy ANY baking powder, DO matter what its reputation, unless all the ingredients are frankly made known. For many years all the ingredients used in Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder have been published on every label, and the analysis as stated is veri- fied by Official Reports, the highest testimony in the land. CLEVELAND MKIM POWDER CO.. I ft 83 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK. a uii, 11 in na MI ip luai t (Jitfr W3Q. 5 inu ubt u't r.nv Hand trrl Dun gimruntcul or moncv rofunded. _ A Ml NCI1AW, bole Manufacturer. _ ait 1 lunl all orOJJDAUJ ACO itfchmgton J> C.opp b S flee Palcnlb Cavcnu Ho Imues 1 ru le Marks rcpiBU-red All Patent com! net cA. lor mo f Info. Advice ami special rtferencea sent on i inmlc trtatiiKnt r fj '0 niUiU or furl IK i Ot-nent) vuuc KA MSDKJ L A tittojl KJ Agents, i OA l.uibLt f i t nnm in nt i il an! n ir< m dim ilnii In luir- pun 1 Hit imiU K H If Million, Chn i -IT tt. HIM! huh IHI u) IP Hmlviiihilu hi I M V If jou have a 'owing machine lawn mower or anj other machine repair or cutlery to grind or a i gumm you will do well lo call i_ Bicycles and tucjcles repairing a lally J liKHMiAKD, MachinUt.- street near i Carl 8ohau< 59 East Third St., Has leceived bis Fall Winter stock of Cloth. He will make up Over Suits and Trousers in. tliel test sty le.and guarantee a! He people to cot and examine his stock prices before going el-ewheie. C.C. PENFOLJ Manufacturer am! Importer, 3Ui MAIN ST, JirFFAIXf, S. DKALH1 Diamonds, and J Wat th. r cit KKdRA I k COMPLETE LD.E OF BUFFALO S Y Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixture] -w SPA PI-: ;