Dunkirk Evening Observer, January 24, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

January 24, 1890

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Issue date: Friday, January 24, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York BALLOT REFORM BILLS. USINESS HOUSES Physician and biireeon Ofllce over Lyon-8 store. MERITS OF THESAXTON AND LINSON MEASURES DISCUSSED. OF DUNKIRK. Former llooaine, H. it Hanrtl the Orady LlUe NEW RU1ING MACHINK lor ruling active representative "artfonl [.lie a Mcthanicat Department of Dunkirk Printing Compan DUNKIRK, N. Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 18110. NO. 142. I.EXANBEK'8 Coal and Wood Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate All (mules ot Hard and Soft Coal, Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free lriiv Uorretpondence lor wholesale lots ioiicite'1. i LKX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Gas A anil Steam fitter. Special attention t.. Biiaitary Plumbing. Estimates giren "n riiiinhiny, Gas Ueatmg anij Hut Air Kurcaces. tn E. Third street. U. B. OIFFOBD, 82S and MS Central igrapher. Babies a epecialty, Artistic Photog .graphs of ____ not wall (or Inttantaoeoui Sitters except tor HdOK IRVINO, Pro- I.rietor.No. 16 K. Second street, near Bnf- laio direct, Dunkirk, N. Y. MagazineB, Mu- uc, I'amphlets, etc., bound in all styles. Orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. BUKCHER'S CBOCKJEBT HOUSE, JOS Ceutr.l ATenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported anO Domestic China, Glassware, Ac. U eral Insurance, Life, Accident and fire. traveling insure vour ile in the old reliable "Travelers'." lieal Estate Agent Luaua nejiutiate.l on propertr. HOTEt, Bates, per (lay. LiTorr Buarding Stable in connection. Victor Bider, 8S3 and 337 Lion HTV BARBBR SHOP U Nagle, Lnder Lake Shore National Bank, corner Center and Third itreeta. A fine ol foreign and Domestic Cigars. SON, i Center street, ractical hone-shoeii. Particular attention ti to interfering horses. Shoeing of road tt 1 trotting horses a specialty. I BVHNINQ OU3KKTEB. Largest Daily in tbe County. An unequalled adTBrtiaing medium. DUNKIRK ENGINEERING COMPANY. Formerly Bellow A Popple. Manufacturers ol Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shilling Hangers, etc. Patterns, ForgmgB, Castings, and Machine Work to order. wcil ciii-h month stead employment at iwnni'or N i, ing. making colloc T to employ a Jew ladies was done ut the afternoon session of j the N. A. in the city hall. The joint convention was called to order ut by John M.-Krydo. Ho withdrew the resolution introduced by Mr. Taylor. At the Progressive Union conference it was agreed to withdraw the resolution proiioied hy thorn at the joint convention and to sup- port the plan recommoiidod by tho joint com- mittee. Lute in the afternoon the joint convention adopted what has been looked forward Ui the culmination of all efTorta thus the Ih-st Hoe-lion of the joint circular, which pro- vides tlmt thoy shall unite under one head and not give up the essential features of either organization. The minors agreed lute in the afternoon on four iKjints which practically iwttlos the ron- troversy in favor of amalgamation. Fimt, there shall Iw one organ imtion; second there shall Iw one set of oflicers; third, taxa- tion; fourth, there shall lie one common de- fense fund. A committee of three members of each of the two old together with the president and wici-etaryof each, wasappnlutexl to draft a constitution. This they are now doing. It must Ix. fled by thm-ipinrtwrs of nil the of both oriianiaitions. Stylish Face Veiling. Mufflers. Scarfs. Cashmere and Woolen (Jloves for ladies, gentlemen ami children. Leggins. Woolen Mittens. Fine heavy Woolen Hosiery for ladies, and hildren. Fur Muffs and Cnpeu. Warm heavy IJnderflauuels lor gentlemen and children. ClonkH, Wraps and Jaekets for le.wH than IIALK I-KK-K. Infants'Mittens and IMiiHh Clonks. Shetland Squares. Fascinators, Ac. ERIE STORE THE PUNXSUTAWNEY TROUBLE. A Settlement Anything to Heat Khitlnc KearM. BRADFORD, IV, Jan. M4.-A I'unxsutawne special to Tim Era says: Tho minors made nn i-irnrt Ui M-MJe the sti-iko yeHtuntny. They Hpimintml a committee, of four non-union men lo confer will, Superintendent Haskell th. .-able settlement, the iifteriUM: 'a conelitions for an; nnii- A conferonco bold in in, but the tlvely refused to arbitrate. Tho committee volimtwrcrl to concede all the demnnds but reasonable wages for tbe cutting of clay vuins. Hasxull said the ulti- matum was to go to work and arbitrate af- terward. This was refused and the commit tee retir.Ml. The Hupoi-jntenilent nays he has rucnive.l in- trncliuiis from headquarters to draw un the ompaiiy for any amount of money necessary to defeat, the strikers. The minim held a meeting after Skull Fractured. TH, N. J., Jan. 24.-William Mc- Dowell Drake, city editor of The Daily leader and elllfflit sun of Owi. Druka of the Veteran was, it w (oared, fatally injured by Jemg thrown from a dog cart. The vehicle was mashed to pieces and tbe horse ran to Rochelle, miles distant, Iwfore 1 ns think that Killed by a Sulooi Pa., Jan. Keeper. A Printer AXTv Un., Jan. 34.-Tug Wilson, a printer known nil over the country was found dead at the top of The Constitution I building yesterday. Wilson had been PvAnyvn P. T o fortune, ostimated at mors thao He vnw a large real Mr. Fara- paugh wan 88 yean oW. a wife and one son, Adam, Jr., who will succeed to bin circus property. Th.y l-rapww b, Call Halt. CHICAGO, Jan. the national con- vention of merchant tailon Alexander DUB- Inp, a Chicago tailor, read paper en Credit System." He offered which were referred to tha executive com- iiiittne, pledging the members to collect bilta every month and to gfv. no credit longer than lixty The resolution will profaa- be adopted by an overwhelming Dunlap-n paper took the ground that then was no reason why the tailor riiould be rin- gled out and treated an a universal loan agent. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe's: EWSFAFERI ;