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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 11, 1889, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, K. Y., WEDNESDAY, M r-Tt B KKPRESENTATIVB USINJESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. MACHINK for ruling i. nf liliinkH ii the lftle.il audition Iu lieimrtmelit of Ininkirk Printing Company._______ l anil Wood Yard. 7W Avenue, opixMiU Nickel FlaU ol Hard and Soft Coal iiiMier. shingles and Fre  aos Central Avenue. ami retail dealer ID Im .orted ami i., KM -in: China. Glaftaware, ic, HAS. H. 821 Central Ave. Gen- Life, Accident and J'ire. insure vour ile in the old rt. ..i li- "Travi'lcre1." Ueal EctaUl Agent on property. tllAUTAUUVA HOTKl, HUU.-B, l.ivory and Hounling Slahle in connection. Victor Killer, SSf. anil 337 Lion alrcet. llTV 1IAK1IKK SHOP t, Ctins. Magic, Prop.. 1'iiik-r Lake Shore National liank, cornei center un.l Tlnril streets. A line slock oi K'ireixn anil Domestic IONKLLN Jt SON, ;Bs center street, 1'rar.tical horse-shoeis. Harticnlar attention to interfering horses. Miocmg of roaii in trotting horses a specialty. vl'NKIRK KVKSINU OUSEKVEH. Largest Dally in tbe County. An unequalled advertising medium. UtINKlKK ENOINKKllLNO COMPANY. Formerly sellcw A Manufacturers oi Kiigince, lioilert., Pulleys dhuftiiiK Hiiiiiters, etc. I'attorus, CaBtings, and Mucluue Work to order. DUNK I UK SHI11T CO., 208, 205 aad'-V, Center street, Manufacturers of the and "Dunkirk" perfect- lluiiij; Dress blurts. On sale iu all leading furnishing, clothing and dry houses iu Dunkirk. Kreah. s.-dl (in Oymers an JAM J. sni Central Ave. (I J Oenernl Insurance anil Itenl Entut Agent, lire, l.ifn, Aeiiiilunt. utnJ Live Stnci nsnrance. Prompt attention i-d'-cu lit hnvin ind Belli ngUeal Estate. TC. JON KB. 70 K. Third St., cor. llecr. Excelsior Meat Market. Hmokeil I.ur.l Hani Poultry. 'T'HK J'EOl'I.K'H IJItY OOOI1S STIIKKf- llcyl Block, Dunkirk; Wooil'i Hloeh, r'reilonii. _____John (1. Parl'Mir. _____ JEWISLKY, irt. Buy the Aimtrn Itfiilrniid at.______ VXf M. MUCK Kit, Merchant Tailor, __________316 CentrlU Avenue _ RT. M, puyalcinn un.1 gfon. Olllee, 21.1 Central Avenue, ovoi t.yon'B tlniK store. Olllcc hours: sttolou. I to 4 and 7 to p. in.; Sunday.-, st'-'IO to lit: ;0 a 'ii. Itesiilence, Coiitra: Avenue. Telephone No. It. limy left (it Lyons drilj; itorc, or 'lav, und will be prbmptlv (lc- ivcied and tittcniled to. TIIE LOMDOX STllIICI-. THE COAL HANDLERS WILL JOIN THE GAS WORKERS. MR. F TI.i Argil on STILL TALKING.   8CUOLTES, 17 East Third street, isliionablc Tailor. Uentlemon will Ond it to their advantage to cation BM3 before pni-cha elsewhere. PB. GAKV CO.. laon street General Haiilwaro.Wlnte Supplies, Oil Cloths, Grat-tc Ware. A specia Sherwii. Williams and Monroe range such nn blank-books, ledgers, an ail kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, S 10 E. Second St RUDOLPH MOLDENHAUER, Cor. Third and Buffalo Ste.. Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging an I Building Stone. Call on me before buyia ur side-walk. R ISLET A CO., 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines. Brandies, l Liquor Store for Family CM. GRANDEST MODERN DISCOVERY Triumph of Pharmacy. The only trim practical ELIXIR OP LIFE AM) IIKALTII is one that promotes digestion, improves llie ap- the liver, th- h ornl, and lutes brain ant) nerves without In.jurtmiH .Ion, one may be taken iilikt by ult or infant. Profane f.impounds, miide of e rum or bael whiskey, swretciitiil und tiavorctl, der the ti Ics (if bitters, tonics, Ax1 product- ccts lar worst the diseasi; for which tlicv c taken. Vliu-jjav In ti pure tonic, a noi'vitit; Itliout lu'ltif- imrcofic, u blood purl HIT hunt pttUuii, n llror tonic wltlitiui j. utiitve ti ttlinuilHiil liliout alcohol. The only tnuilicine such >wcrs In world. A OENl'IXK TKMI'K'IANCK HKVKUAftK. r surpassing alcohol in any shape as be called LIK1C, nee it slhmila'es, invigorates anil regulates di- fstion, nutrition. secr  a germicide that it is an UNEQUALLED VEHM1FUOK. A book cmitd be wrillen of its virtues, and an- >ihcr ol testimonials, but it is only 'o L-niber Us general action upon the liver, Mcmd, irain nerves, to realize Ms in u the that, flnith lielr to, niul that n> mil It y cvur be without K Uottti; of OLD AND NKW STYLE IllTl'fclHS IN TIIK I1UUSE, Send for our Ladies' bouk. Address R. II. McUONALIVUKUO CO., Yoik. Other Foreign NOWR. LONDON, Boo. attitude of tlio hamllers in ccumoct-ion with the strike of tbo gas workers ndds an extrotnHy j fV.in'iir alarming fnaturo co tho already herinus nation. Ostensibly in sympathy v.iLli th" v.( gas stokera and othors PHI ploy od by tiw i companies, but really in of tln-ir own interests, tlie coal handlers bavo an ultimatum to the mastern them tlm i ,in alternative of advancing or suffering! the inconvenience and pecuniary loss of ti detcrminod strike. The action of tin- conl j handlers, m wall as tho inovoni nf Hie i workurs, is well-timed as a Hpi-e.-nl- i injr discomfort., and evon distress, siiifu rlif-y, j who directly supply ovury honi-u utid i'm'tory in i the metropolis with coal, s the opportunity to enforco tli'.vir domainl.-, ut the begiuniiig of tho busy Tin- threaUiiieil of tho supply ft 1ms creatml H IKIOIII in tliu pelnilcma li'iulc und the donmnd for iri pi-cater tlmn ever before beon known, utul li.-yfmd the enp.Hfity of ttio dealers to Mil. Tins Lmi- cluii compony ih ftou'lcd h appli- onr.ions for work and has n'rvidy men to takts tho places uny of clieir inon who may go out on strike. Tiie niinihcr of cinnpct'-ni liunds atiindisig ci-arly To fill tlie I vauant plnci'jj lias tbc ic'- lief of the company in ability tu win n dc- cisivu victory, hoiiro its in agree to (my terms nf with tbe present order of MB. OK Till'. TIMKS DTAD Mr. MnulJnmild, the basin, nf the Loud on I'iincw, wJio.-o with the foruor and porjuivr, him into unplonsunt noLorifty, died hist O'BUIKN rjuimsti HIS Mr. William O'llrien, M, 1'., editor of United Ireland, who is now serving n sen- tence in Gnlway jutl, in u fUht, with his gi'owinR out uf Itis r-lnini to tho privilege of editing his paper in ilie, prison. This conro.ssiun Mr. dc nmnds Tiis right, but pundinj; decision   a liur list all unl d t ill ii'ii-ii hi-, sp-.-i rh, r.i lini" dan -liier ujitimiud Mr. itiLs I'hanoo of n-o ideiilii-al to is in two million, i' knivi.'ri were Croniir.-i, ,nd a as you >dtty, win ior tile a M'-inoi ial moinnitcnt nt li< n iifiej-i.r.d' ii'-M ;iuil niini- vei'-arv .'.MIS; ii ii- n-nrd in tho ['ml- d S'-SM-I. t (Jiruu "f i rail; d 'ii" to U'ttli A. 1 '-il-'-h -ri-y nn rr.-tary. 'I'liero wi-rc profit: (Jf.verii'tr of Ji-rscy, litlililey fnillKHMienl, tlnVeriHH' ..f D.-lcwaiv, Cnvn'i.or llr'nver of tvania, t iuvF'i'uor .ItK-ksun of Mary- al-u piv "iu; linn. A. 11, darland lor I'm- (InviTimr of Wisconsin, I'.. Hmviiiaii rnnr Priniw of li i.f Y-trk, lion. ,1. I'mtlier Cor of .Missouri. Au.litor S.-tiidi'i'iin for (r.ivi'Mior of lion. C. A. Hoiiti-lU' for nvnior ul' Maino, Hon. Jultu M. 'I1. K. Cm- (lovernnr SlepluMison Maho, linn. J, (i. ('arlL-ii! lor (iovernor KeinurUy, II.ui. (.1. M. I'ur ivernor of A c.iinnii! ice nipt, rd U'ondsidu, A. I1. Col-C- ry, John lin-'as mid J. K. 1'eytmi of Jcl'seV UViV ILS of   is 431-10. Tho In-jvwt wore 40 in lYcMint avt'rngw much iilglu-r A, Ki. ISAAC r (i Al'lor a i1 mm: -p.--t i.' 'Ti.'d ihmi last year on the Atlnutiu cuunt, uu.l lower throughout tho west. Tin- returns of condition of wheat Mivdetl ;hin (uitinnn arc neiierally favunible. is uoseriotts impniniUMit from the nf normal devulopment iu nip-state, Michigan, In iho Kast scetlinj; waa layed by in the West by drouth. Ill both tho later couaitioim huvo been UHU'L' [n tho Soiitli Uie Benncni Imsbeen and the seed bod in good condition for In TAXUK whenL lias a Una in many tit-Ids the plant i la liido n In tha tlit sjnnll but thrifty. The iron ill bl in1 A i ei! ix.-n Cr'-m CiH-t of I'iu fur till iiijiiiiurlit, tho IK sjnnll luil tnritty. Tbfl avcrano of condition in M. The area Appears to bo Rliahtly inciviiswl. A. full is-.-iun coin- is iho wunhwn Athintlc FOR DAVIS' RELIEF. plan fornm- vriw clioek.-d or ti-.. reia f Mrs. J.'iV-rsnn ItnVjH ally lo rliinb dmvi of iiai tll( states, .signed by hairnmii, and thtrfy-six and tlie idmosi 10 Pa vis l t'-'.iii'l them. nt tho nearest friemls i.f Blairs tls.- this thu HHKl. I pt-ilt-d liie s. tho and I'M JiMdd, ex-Attorney C.-m-ral a-orih iind t'ol. rhila telpliiatM It is male up of Messrs. A. i'. 1, I'1. M. Hi Giii'lst Fa Tlu fan 1 way i) ion ii I'd Oi- J .1.'." it of Thu liussian pi-ess donrmnop in (he most Tb" "IMI tho ad- itter twins tho inereaso ec. 11. Tiie h numial ot ibe .MaryhiM'i Stale ivris yesterday. Ti'1 'in-T-i of Anne AninHi'l connly, IceUiivr HI' read bis which said tlirii, jn-l, men wi re conviii.'eii t I'fil, in oi1 the leagui-s, the of i'anii'-r.i' i-iiib, i'ltnui-i s1 JlHianees. ete., ih.- A ill-Tic iH fnvnier of lo ihiy i.- a cair-e. xml in the vahiii of fiinn lau.N ws from 1 o per cont. The of culturistft is in t.lie lar hinds it! Olil' Sl.'l'l ioiM'.ll li'V.-S U conniio'litv. Tii-- formers tit-s in Maryland ai'e for profits, have n rii-'-j-UML'' for lo Itial.'c ends it.eef and living in a. bL-lLer iuav ecine. v.'ili I't f.llowcd lo its TII Ik IliO ti-li I'M Ifcc. Tin- snys Then- wa-, a i-ood .leal of talk about th. fair in Hie li.libj.-s of the up-towi evi-jihig. I'm- (i Ion-- timtt th. Ctioll of ill.' NesV Vnl-i; th' sliowed a bol'im of Th-.' election of oili-vrs ru- in tin-sel'-ction of 'i homas fj. Mcl-Ivoy !-f rhilridelnhi.i, i'.i'e.-i-1-.-nt; I.1. T. of nv-psnt.line; st'c- Bptsy Bradley, a somewhat eccentric willow, died about a year ago. the bulk of her prop- erty was bequeathed lo religious and charitable institutions. The will was contested by Mrs. (justavus Kliot, u ULCL-O nf j ronv.-pniMin- sec the testatrix, on the ground of insanity. The j uuani (.hic'Eiyo, livas case fans been impending in tlie courts until j l yesterday, when the case was compromised 1 by the contestant accepting in lion of her claim. ____________________ j (ll Bun Over by ail Klevatcd Tniln. j BROOKLYN, Doc. Xic-ki'i'son, aged 40, insurance broker at 4 Bruise street, New York, residing in this city, fell from the platform of the Van Hickle sirept station of tba elevated road to tho track lost night and was run over by an approaching train. He was terribly .crushed and diud soon after- ward. Ho w a? gilder influency of liipior at the time of the accident. lo el'ny. r.-n.-r I vhich I'.ict [-n-i r.fier wh. him. re Pho rernir-l'i' 1- (lend b.'fof.. MMI-- letr l.-n-.ran. V.'iiri'V IV.. fl -.tor.I '.iiii'ion Ooiv 'I lv Cr.. wi'h c l-ad previoii.-l Mrt'-.v. D( :v Diiv; hie. I bnr-n o1 und nun j'nr s Mil to Chicvi-M v.'i'l bfjy. I ji> WJK dill'.! lit. til j and lb- M.- he is hu will return U> U-'lld ;illr! --Ir-.v l.hi'l'e. Th" omni On innmbersbip of tbo new follows: Cliandler, Hale, roin i Tl.o n l Lit ,-uit A CO Tli0 Lou riuit PlTTSUl It. Ki-niioinilt liavi? their ILrnrioist Mutt thn K  IV-liviiif.s that llus uili; of tho jin-siili'iit u usually Q Cull'limlioll fit Iho I: fovcrv of iniin, ('aiinTon, llawli-y, SlIIMfDI'll. VTilson l if 10WI1. Iin'i.ai! MnoJy, Pml- ildi'lt, CliaiiiUiT. Allen. New soiiafors nre yivvti horship ai foilnws: Mr. Iriiidlfr, ffhairnifjii) nnvn! fliiiicniic ilistiasos, IniUan dcpro- Mr. of Hliciilo Isliiiicl, piMhifflfPs ontl I'nriils. pntx-tlls, I'cviillltiiillltry claims, aililiiio'ial iifcnfiininiirili'ins furilif iibrnry. Mr. Moody of Si.utli Pnkutn, [mlian rt.'jirn- ilations. iiiincN nnd initiihg, Mr, Hijifirf of foiii-t pul.lif ami inunigralioii, (HMTii-. Mr. i'iiM'fii of Morth pi'ii'iion. fi'nsus, i-ivil KfrvifM, reli'i'iK-hmoTit. Mr. of Wi.sliinirtim, pnhlii: Intids, fluiiiis, hnlVragu an 1 Indian tions. Mr. of Konlli Imliiin nf- fnirs, ion, raih uaijs, iinprovuniouta of Mississippi river. Casey of Doliotn. "at' nli'I f of pxi'i-nlivK ilnpurL- f inn rniilfs to The s-natr.rs will meet in cnu- Mjon to thi.- (ninorit.y ri'pi'usfiibi- !i'Ui on Ihu commitlees, so rilfiv bo rejiin led lo tlu? senato tho i.oliday rj- prilK-lp.-ijly with 1. Iron and steel roiiveniioii. PlTTSBUHO, Dee. ir and steel inanufaotui'ers from all of the "f iMxat ion and Liu.1 need of hotter iusvs the same. Dni'iiiL; the past y. at- iMentv-niiiu new Ki-.tiipes have Iwun .-evi 11 iv-Ki'Hiiiiixed, anilnioru thau fore. They v. ere Tlic Coinlm-lor'H (-urelo.ssness. In-1., II. few here, en the Vaildalin road, a hut dillili tlio till' hin-il a in I live I'oinnri'tee lias jpivlKin the .ai-1 UMlav. H.-Oillr-.-r William Davis of tlie I'lil-n-i: Grove station vyasshot j and prnliiilily faliiiiy injured liy j ('liieel'li, 'J'hoinriH of the Rrtuio station, in tu airest Mia of Davis, was woniide-il in The burglars ILlil to l-'ly Dec, 11. .J.iMKT, 111., D compan ed by ye-.l in. 11. Juliet Manil- extensive works were Loss a loral fn-isli: iiii'l a ivi-rk trnin Fire- ste.ini.'i' was in- i r-Viiro ainl his I'.'rur; the prominent mills in tho assembling in this city for the purpose of j incla holding a convention to-day. The special j object of the meeting is not known the fact that the present scale of prices is ;o be revised and probably advanced. Cashier lililgoml Arresh-d. CHICAGO, Dec. Walter Hidi.-oi.il, the cashier for the great land Jinn of States are st.nn ly kiiicd and llircc oth- rs Imdiy hurt, stvnelcil iv I' Tvh.anl Tritt nf Imgnns- fly ihe ec if (Miii.sii.il was the ircnec- of train or, who time c'niMii.-inilaii! about ;lh- approaching freight. j that i: j ne'.v iU All Ire Vai'Iit j 'Pe'iii. N, V., S'irews- i bury, X. J., Ice Yacht c'.uli has challuiiKed the Oraiiu'e Ice Yaeut club to sail a tm.nty.mil over thu Orange lake' Mate s xni the iee permit, for tli3 strnetien, uas 1'a.. Ih.c well insiireil. company en- in nia-.iiifaoHii'e of eorn s'nellers, enkivat.ors, eorn jjlr.nti-rs nnd barbed wire. The ami Jls I.invyors. NKW YDIIK, Xatioiial Bnso- bali eiiiniiiiUL'i! weri' in consultation ye.si.enliiv at, the law of Kvart, Choato iS: Herman. I'resident saiil they we Koinv; ovi r the p-jints and making roiiy for Fredericksen Co., was arre-ted yesrcrrliy on an indictment returned liy UK- txrand jury i t-ourse, as against himself and the Fredtrieloeus charged I chiillense oun of Amerion. recontiy presented day and is now lyine at A Ke st of Mis. Davis. with conspiracy. by Van Nostrand. E. K, m. ys- ,Jas. reouest- hum.; in mi- allow ihebojy of her bus- v, baud to be iuteri ed iu this city. l Tlin at I'lll-liurtc. Pn-r 'irttfi, Dc.c. Bpeeird Irniti bearing Harrison and p.'irty from ii-aei, in Washington via Ibo einluiti and St. Lrmis rnilrond, arrived in sburfc nt m. lust, At Ihe t rain left for via iho Pcntl- sylva.iia While at the depot President Ii.-iri-i-on conversed with reporters on %vn- ernl lopies. He had enjoyed his to Chi- cago. With regard to hiy choice for the lo- cation of the world's fair, hp was mum, und with reference to the propriety of A.H par-.icipntiiiK ut the hnier.'il of JidFcrson i'-ivisth'! iiresiilent, remai-KwJ: "Yon must exctivo ni'-. Tho i'r. A. n. must rcgulato their own conduct." A NVw SKW HAVKN-, Conn., Dec. En gflidnniMi ore lookinj; for a desirublu jilaee to uri for tho rnuu- nfui'turc! of lifas-i and inn. bedsteads, visited Miielton and exnnn .I'd 'In; buildings recently Iniilt by Hit! Hnusiitnriic Vv'elcr coiiipuny. nro ffendina; fr.ir its lease or pnr- clia.so, and if hiiofp--lur tbo company will locale there and furtuah or hands. i-nt for He Wuu N.-i.l. In Ir.Milli. N. Dee. (JlVy, B niaeinn st f.ui of wr.rk. ccimiaitUfd suieidi; in fhst laudanum and then cutting his throat und wrists. He held a coal .scuttle in his hip to catch all tbe blood from Ilia wounds. Ha left a letter to wiio explaining the cause for hU action. tiiin of ou irioro than living, bi sometimes people to hvn liko ut religious o our ranks. if they are our rellglo If any of i CHII do HO, lunger helf liavn been livu here ii WIWT O Ai'elibisboi diiutud the tlm recopl yiiiing ladii convent o MnrlB, hei niaijo an L high charm tbu young a rcligioui u-uis. Mm Mr. C HANDWIC horo tbat e: Wiikuby lal Thu spot a groat mm The gentle club homo islands. Col. Rn K.iys: Tho t "t Col. J. .S of tho ITniK V'ica. S. Y v.ill bo CUM lo their rehiiec NKW You Auld Ls ivsoiutloui} ins "t Col am .Mini-ton I dfutti, mule iii their Mv The ACIHIRW, IlubbaraaiK I'rcBbyleriaji aged 7 i Wei the of   

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