Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 10, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 10, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. ,800. A MKETJXGOF.AIJOREJIS. USINESS HOUSES B; OF DUNKIRK. Dunkirk Printing Company. md Wood Yard, 799 S'Ury to supply w Plumber, Has niert'jiandise and all r, and family in li Lm 11 artlt Ies fur Kcferences i1. A', N Victor Kidcr, Lion street. ilsiiiSSJH M" Kiclimond, V'.-t. For or Sale. Largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. CNKTBK SHXKT 205 anil TOOMKY, and 436 Uon street, i Flour, Feed, .-git, Ba Established, 1377. SPRING 1890 WAIT FOR F. D. MATTESON TWENTY THOUSAND GATHER AT TOWER HILL, LONDON. Vrgtd by Hen Tlllet and John Burn, to Attempt a Compromise Before They or the Coiiserwllves Over the Patrick Election Emperor William's SoclallKtlc Scheme. LONDON, Feb. 10.-Twenty thousand dock laborers met yesterday on Tower Hill and sene, to a number of by prorui- Mit labor leaders on tbo subject oi the MM- e renewal of thereat d.x-kmens str'ike. he we agitator, Tiilet, his J. ess, alleged that the -.nil-King tue full pcrformnnoe of their par 01 tin-agreement which the settleni.Mil "t he great strike was based. The men seen ttaiT Srs'forrilCe' but are heW'" b> the employers may be induced by peiu-ealilo argument to adopt a fairer course toward me men A renewal of the strike would Iw l-blow to tho commercial interests ot UIIKHU.S C-OSKIDK.VT OF VICTcmy Ut to- m y. to Witl, great T ,M n "XrWL'tt'd to T o, Ms have jn fnvonjf tbe V' uH'Hi''s t, enonr-h u-itK we naa run -sr l i g, nhile aftttj-jstn: e Wltm'wed and whe h a of bewi.r-4 English barristers crowded about the A me, Can musician TilKIK 1101 RXT.vo PEniou ii.i Kivt-n IXM mission ,.t MILAN ON A BKNDKR. .irk. u "l" i niulf l th an ...TOI- in the Ibst Saii W) K Ibe uHMvml to warrant nvass. This, of Ull. Lill Itfnnn, ami tho n-flilt 1ms bighlv ,lv flueni a liirj Tin Fei bus I tnisti cated itli tlieHoieriiiiii'iit in to "et the Scrvnin to IVinee 7 "r "and military officer, are the iBilla he plot is or Kuwiaii manufacture he czarV minister at the hUt ttfra'r TO DR. AVKIl FKOJI PROGRAM IN CONGRESS DURIN THE PRESENT WEEK. Hie Semite Consider the Pi.i-io Another f w EducnllouHi Hill AdmixHluu or itloa .r Oklahoma Turritury in r'" 'v I Pllrll ami l' Plumb, (Stanford, .Senator Kdmund, 'or Com John J. Murphy, Prop. EHUEKSACO., W and E. TbirJ street. Fine Furniture, Caoinet and Up- Picture Frames made to order. LT MATTKSON CO., 301 Central Ave., Leaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Oaiiiitera. STEAM HEATING CO., MaonJaoturere of Steam Heating Apparatus. _ Plumbing a Specialty. STKAM LAUJSDKV. If SB. THE VlltMl nUKK'n here treat the wholly light of le, and do.i.ot admit that the eni Ies Tlie in ever with the that no toix'jr can what effect any given set of circum stances will have on the and i out that the young pretendo has done H not half so ridiculous as the a, tiou of Louis Nouoleon on several occasion f D -au ordereil th' "r -a lvllv" jl> Ihe bon weigh, live and tho RUMORED RI-SSIAK Illltl Opinione of Rome deelm-esthat Russia igiiuiB against the interusts of Italy lu. cottt't at which ships w ill take" toeitablUha uww of warlike operations. Italian jealous- uiuuuoij Nimcient to account for this Austna E. Third si, cor. of Buffalo UmUacturer and dealer in Fine t Shoes. A. fall line of all the lates novelties in Suitings! Dunkirk Printlnfr Company, 8 and JO K. Second 1 PHARMACY, SCO Central Aronne Headgnarlers lor Wallpaper Palnu. on., ftc. Manufacturer and dealer in IHi-nnaa 1-11 MndlejjUollar., Trunk" B" (Kilobit KobS.' pLDBOHNQ. T. W. Murray I SS7 Lion street. RVL1NG, such as blank-books I all kinds of blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company __________B and 10 E. Second St. your aide-walk.' RisixiVcir; 7 and 9 JEaat Front street. Whisky. Wine.. Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Cse. OBBBT M-KAT, XV Lion street, near the depot sale, read and LivBrr Stable by the or week on reasonable TROUSERINGS! WAIT! the THK KAISER AS A SOCIALIST The youug kaiser has once more Kive m-oiiesomethmgto talk about. His r "Ptson the international later n, kept tongues wagging in all lani days and the opinions expressed ai s (li verse as the nationalities. If the in erml Hoeialist all the world to e o raptures over his hehasbee" ofully mistaken. Even in Germany ther s been no enthusiasm, despite the senii-offl T Tho the PrartM ad ntages to lv gamed by international con forenees, and would prefer to see the emperor o idps to in {ree feu'ir'. kaiser eU bis bureancrata and policemen to cense their vexatious and often tyrannical in terferem-e in industrial disputes, quest iom whu-h have worried so-called statesmen for gencrnl.ons would, it is .won bo set- tled. German politicians generally are im charitably enough disposed to think the fcrand nwyta arc simply electioneering eoneoted n, view of the new reiehst.m elections on tho 20th inst. by n-incc mnrek und hi, yonng n.aster, fo tho same was tried in ISM 1, as it will probably fail now. Hluir bill jn the wnata '-elyling the new that tho lull "M-AHDJIA. AXD IDAHO Im.LH. i oUal.oma bill it, ill Joubt. to the house mu few s rhu need ot this hu- ttw The there, will bill in admit Idaliu the union, "'i'he "1 thn L'nUod -i s in tb" has U'u Uon and Ihe pn.t.-sts of the and only nwnit return THE SITUATION_AT NASHUA. All Indleatlom .Pout B stubbora Protracted Struggle NASHI-A, N. H., Feb. m.-lf anvthine there ,s more feeling exhibited in i-egard to the strike than there has been to tl18 "'Us of the Nashua company. iave been among the help to enrourase them U) return to work, but their influent CHiMKS "W Imt Kht, A TERRIBLE DOUBLE MURDER RE- PORTED FROM MANITOBA. Aged Man Foully ihooto HI. K..UII of UUpiiK With Story o( SmuBgllng fc-u tb. Border. TORE which at was pon- of i were made rellif-r during the 'until tbt ,Lioi Feb. 10. -A spsotal to Th. unerom Winnipeg A tarrito tragedy occurred near M iwni Sutlon ISO miles from ho.-e, Saturday. Potticutora John Moi-toti and hU wif. bothahot oy Morton', father. Th. fa 2 yean, old alld recently wont to llv. with bb daughtor-m-law. mm 52 ysanTold me sou wannliwmt from houw aiiU the oM di ill the woman beluj; struck a piiK-o of wooil. Wuen Uic homo HM, wife told him wlm FOR 1890. up. "Take it 1 will shoot tnl.e. Al the mills has been advain-ed and tniit '7 y ouiitr A IA vr.. r i_ the iirnr o Mr. has represented lus head bowed TH K t ehanKe-, was held .Saturday at which' i rsE RITK8. CURIOUS STORY. health, hut it wa ess. Mrs. Kn --jer disi-espectful. Here "i, the have managed to mg m the question of free trade, as "f then Jhriinim most things, ami the kaiser'i. warned that unless Germany U, prepared to her present protectiomst ley hi" labor C Tbe .cretnct tlint venlieen invited to Join In critics are politely vh. in- inck from Fi-ance, but is stron" anytime before sines his] sister of M 1' aliforuia millionaire, wl Jiitlon for the last ten or ti at her residence th" Stuto a meloilrauui a >n last week called "In the Queen nme, the provinciui critics praisB .lurns Urges a Delay. mas. Ir" T lnborers' for the pur the question of a str" meTdelav until the UockeiV union S a 7 '-'6 H for peniij an hour, instead of striking ,low 011 a dbe "a" tht men Wigllt witb A Steamer Launched on GLASGOW, Feb. Hamburg-Ameri- i. "n airfield Co., at Goran The nunehniR was to tav. place .Saturday! n, t tenn, of 1 he Duke'i Defense PARIS, Feb. flll, t, Orlean, will naTee that, the new ile in :i may made to made. the i-s have been given no t thechanpres, but if bje, Uo lm mned a THK this C he end of epeti n o, h this is HER MARRIAGE ANNULLED. n Auburn Girl Who Without Knowing It AnBt-nx. N. Y Feh in 4 j' ni m of JohiiMin AiL-m, e psissjsii trampled under foot. and 3 is donbtful whether the co Siv.mj" powerful ally, but, have not been asked. j{ uiJ rmttee to investigate the rumor? in with Ihe liill Tiior ohnsoti cm you much fV-VrSs his gj, h: ta the Hochester THE of Not Knllrely 1 AHHINBTO.V, Feb. II) f maker and First their to the nt would do everything ests City "J uf'" rt'Im oivmoed and ago a pension to 'N'.I Wlls of cailel, ,i e WM "'-1-- WARY SMUGGLERS. of Th.lr on tin. WAR ON THE CIGARETTE. All UrTort BAI.TIMO rrobll.it Anulleratlon ofihe rvil liniiwd tacludkxl, 1'y.nie un "Wn UMJ cutttTs A BRAKEMAN'S NEGLIGENCE. It Cniinc. union tn. Otnth -f a Tr Fireman. J, Attl r li'Kt section had run the siding a brakeman, Elegant Assortment. Nobody Le disappoint- ed, altliougli peopio are when tliey dou't receive a Valentine, even it be iimljr n j coiiiio. DON'T let this terrible fueling strain tLe affectionate minds of your DEAR friends. Send them a Valentine of some kind. We've put the down so all can be reraem- bored. We're Headquarters, d what you cannot find here won't be worth looking for elsewhere. Gems of love, and Lace Valentines, Cupid Dart Lace Valentines. Im- proved line of Lace Valentines Love's Arrows Valentines, Novelty Valentines, Sachet Valentines, Comic Valentines, Elite Card Comics. Trade Portrait Darts, Hit-'em-hard Valen- tines, Fault Finders, Jokers, Changeable Handsomely Embossed Valen- tine Envelopes. Fine ansort- ment Golden GemsValentiues. Valentines with choice and desirable verses. We will sell the choicest designs ever offered. Don't fail to examine. ERIE STOKE I to nei-ure "ice and Immorulitv. -ii'iivn ironi tlmt ty ribi A Family mx nrowned. r to-day tojuke decisive In BID, j. w, 184 Center street JPECIFICCO..I8S ClnolnnrtLO. 1 (Up C. JOK K8. tart, JBWXUtT, AC. Bny (he Aaron Railroad Watch. 5. C. PENf OLD, MANUFACTURER n.v ii, anrl tbe president of tbe confeuWa tion informed your Uerne correspondent v" tenlaythatif the federal coun'cil'lXV, P adMeo they not withdraw their invit' tioiLs. Carnot dare not accept tl e kaiser's invitation u, the present stot popu opinion. The car thinks the aigcla-sses are already pampered toadai gerons degree and has a and heart DKALEK IN poetry on tlie govemment is to be" Bounced in parliament. THK AJllSniCAN WAS TOO MUCH FOB HI3I. fo> bbei m sending him abusive Klnped With Bad Aotor. the state. Her father lorrenwoi] The Washington plea.sed with th; work uope.1 the convention won th" presentation to "J, a f' the purpows sough to passed resolutions i he introduced, hav the refonllh .U-sired the dwk Jt" "el was Count thi.s city iinnKinn, oil were also nuide by j and umversitv. in on n flfORA riXO. GOLD f 8IL VEX PL HerolMntTtUor. Cntnl lay and though he J sition of the Rube Burrows Ix.cated. BmnxoHAX, Ala., Feb. 10-Ruhe R rows, the noted Alabama outlaw wnme alarmed and fled to the e now being pursued. The Hue's .Illstahe 10.-The request'of the Due Orleans to be remanded in 6rder to have me to prepare his defence is S availed his chance for pWon Hk MAN, The lVaBes of N H Feb id inmate of a of iii t been ai come h an oS5 man of respectable fanmV was ordered ,1 T "be have been the cause believei1 tli- AHIIIMlTd.v, race at Ivy l twmi Mr. Percy and Mr n half Tiehorsi.sw, by It is if such a race this lms Amen.u, though in years quite Eng'laiid and Ireland. Oregon City', LoM hv OltEfiox CITI-, OKU., Feb. 10.-The has receded .suffldently to make a ro gh "ti mate of the damage possible It thnt tUOlIIrUt mar will cover the loss TI uette Falls Pulp company nlmnt s'Jf" th8 Oregon City Il-inJ w. with the with her w'' i -t viicn AttcinptHrl to rpiif" wIM A Putnl Wrerk In HIU.VOKE, Feb. rans spreading. Five coache, we L on the head and HeHoiuj) AdaiiiH wns hurt were slightly hurt. A Abandoned. Abl ily will five ,ual fam- BARGAINS IJV-CUSTOM CLOTHING. 5UCE VUD IliPOETID SUITS! REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS! AND UPWARD. OVERCOATS! AT 20 PER CENT. RCOUCTION, TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. and UPWARD. D Theu priea gooi until Petty. E. A. SALYEH, 22B EMTBAL AVENPR. LADIES fyou want an eas> and comfort- ltl.. glioc, with a hcavv sole, one that will ere taken ofi ilon. landed th. captain The w at .t A COMPLETE LIKE OP HOLIDAY GOODS Cleveland's Tenn> your warme pair of D. Armstrong 4 Co's Hand Welt, common shoes. ------They will pieage SULLIVAN SON, n A Army hall MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroqnoij Hotel. lEWSPAPESl lEWSPAPESl ;