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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1890. NTo. HEP KESENTATIVE USINE88 HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. I KULINO MAfHINK [or ull kmitf) blanks U the lnto.1 a Million t" the Mechanical Department ot Dunkirk Printing Comuany. i LKXANDKR'g Coal aud Wood Yani, Central Avenne, opposite Nickel Plate J'lOl All (mules ol IIaril anil Soft Coal, WuOO) Lumber. Shinglea and Lath. Free lehv Correspon'leuce for wholesale tola J'KOKUSSIONAL. R. T. KOJ.I'U, M. LMivcr Drugstore. Hi-Mi'Iem; Central Avenue. Telephone No. it. Calln inuy I yon'8. M. MANN, I'raeUcal Plumlwr. Una and Steam Fitter. Special attention von to SainUir> i'iumbiug KHtiumtoa Kiven on IMmnlnng, Gaa Fittinx. rfteam IlcfttioK and Mot Air Furnaces. 27 K. street. HR. and 925 Central Ave Artistic, rhotogmpher. InBUintHiieous fuulographii of [tallies a specialty. SUtent need not watt for aunnhine except for IKVING, P prittor, No. IB K. SeconU atreot. near Bul- (uloslreot. Dunkirk. N. V. MaKazinca, Mn- i u, I'amphletH, buuml iu ull atylee. Ur-lcra p ufupii.v to. All work guaranteed I CKOCKKKV HOUHK, I) 'HWCentrul Avenue. WholcHit'u ami rotail .lealrr in Im tortc China. Glasttwaru, Ac. U-HAS. H. HAKUIH, 821 Central Ave. Gen- urul liirunuico, Life, Accnlent iiuM Kire. Bufore travelog vour lie in the old "TrtivtMcrB1." Iteal Kbtate Agfiit. Ijijans on property. CUAUTACUUA HOTEL, iltaUfH, per Liver> and Uuiifling Stable in connection. Victor Knler, Stfaml 337 Lion street. I tITY DAUHKK ty thus. Nugle, Prop., Under leaker shore National IJunk, corner Center anil Third A due alock ol Foreiirn nri'l I'oniCrftir CON KLIN HON. ii3-> center btreet, 1'ractical horBe-dlioeid, Hurticulur altuntion poji' ft iDtcrJi-rmg horses. ot road ac tr 'ituiK hursos u upeoiaUy. 1 NKIKK KVKN1NU OIS4JCKYKK. i Comity. led n vlINKlKK ENGINEERING COMPANY. l n tvortising meitiuin. _ hdlew Pupule. ManufucitiriTe ol Kiigmcs, llailern, Pulleys, hitiung Haiigerw, utc. fjutt-rns, ForguiKS, aBliugh, ittut .Macinitt- Uurk tonnlur. SU1KT CO.. 'J', Mumifiicturcra uf Di tintl "Uuukirk" lilting Urvtm blurts. On sale in utl leaiinig clothing Mini iir> guudb luuinfa in Dunkirk, I i K. TOOMKY, 4.W a u.l vtli hum struct 'icaler in Ftotii, alt, nay, i IC1K HO i j fctic} ftcce.su U) nil IramBUiut I must tnmei'H. lies l iiucuimiiixluDiwH (or (Jum- uirrttif John J, Murphy, I'rop. EH I. KK3 A CO., y7 uml W K fund stivti. Kiue Furniture. Cabinet aiul Up- uuiBlermg. J'icture Km mow nimk' to order. 'li1 MATTKSON Jb CO., r. Central Ave., Lenten ol Fashion anil OJ en tie men OuttHlere. i i AUKIJ, STtfAM HKAT1NG CO., HanuTucVurers Hunting Apparatus. --.timUiry 1'lumUing a Specialty. II OMK STEA.U SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Wanted al onoc. Local or Traveliiin. Pay. .Stonily Work. Slock tjuick Selh.iK Ouiist Tree. Hxpencncu UiiiieceDBiiry. J AH. K, Wll IT- NBV, Nursyoian, Uocliester.N. V, CO., Patent 7th SI, WashinKtnn. O.. opii. U H. Patent llcc 1-utcntn, Caveuf iui.1 fie I rude Murks refrinlcred. All Putcnt liuaincnn condnc'eil 101- inoilernte Kees. Information Advice nnd Hpecial references sent on reijliv KXI'KSSKS IN AD- AN( K.itllnweil diet) month. Hteuly einiiliivineiil Itt linnii-or traveling. No IIIK. Initn-tiili-iiveringaiiil niiikmn collectiimn. No Postal AiMrcaa with atanni. IIAKKIt I iqua, Ohio. Twish to employ a few liulios on salary to take charKO of my Inihincsn at their homes. l.iRlit, very lasi-mallllfr und licilllhllll. Wajres fill pur week. Uefcrent-.e Driven. Uood nay for part lime. with'st-nip. M MAK- ION WALKKK, Ky. til ferrccl who can funus'i a liorseafid give their whole time u i the busim ss. Span: moments may he- ahly employee! .ilso. A few va< nn  in town-. and tines H. K. JOHNSON CO., KXX, Main Si., Kiihmcmd, V.i. hir Ki-iil or IIoiiHC ooriicr Second uml Hove Btrec-ts. Nfivvly tun; in tint' conihuon. Will sell MII ettsv ut tlie olllce of Murtin ilui'ter Co. rmon Elders' Book UlreiJJtlll, BULUed tSe? f. a. cSvacb. m Qnnd 81., Kev T  Ul.lNli, s ich us blank-books-, ledgers, and V ad kuidd blanks done ut Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 K. Second >u RUDOLPH MOIDKNHAUER, Cor. Thinl and Buffalo Oealer ID Uranito. Marble, Flagging anil Builrtiii? Stone. Call on me buying your side-walk.. RISLKJ A CO., 7 anil East Front street. Wlnsky, Wince, CHr-eral Liquor Store for K.imily Cue. RUIIKKT M'KAY, Liou street, near Itie ilcpot, Snle, Feed anil Liverj Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. REID. J. W., 134 Centor street. Oealer in Mus.cal luatruments aMd Sowing Machines. We make a specialty of tlrat date makes ot Pianos antl Parrond Vote? Organs. OAJU J. SOI Central Ave. (Up O Genera! Insurance and Ueal Estate Agent. Kire-LUe, Accident, am) Lire -Stock lUBliraoce. Prompt attention giv en to baying MlltDK Kejtl Estate. ill C. JONES, I 75 E. Third St., cor. Deoi. Kxcelaior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Larrt, Sausages, Oysters and Poultry.______________ W ATCUES. JBWELBY, MX Buy tlio Aurura Bailroad Watch. Repairing a apeeialljr. Trunk f. S3 E. Third St. rM. MOCKKK, Merchant Tailor. JIB Central Avenue FJUB. 15th. A full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. WAIT! New Barber Shop. O. A. Ill K1IKE, loimcrly In Wliuclcr's bar- ber-shop, has opuneil the Ijarbt-r-.slKtp in the Kric Hotel. Ho has every (acilily lor good and c-istomors will find ita pood plitcu logo for shaving n ml hair ciitLinjt. Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured ADMimsTimm OK. MAims' HIDER smint. II can be given In cup off coffee or lea. or In an tides ol food, without the knowledge ol the perr ion taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and win effect a permanent anij gpeedy cure, whethei the imtlontls a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. ,T NEVER wo GUARANTEE a complete cure In every Instance. 48 pace booS SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Rao St.. C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 MAIN ST., HUFFAT.O, N. Y. UKALHK IS VAKSB and J SLW, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Uoodn, Ktc. KXORA f'INO, OOLD  T( fltimonfal (mnmittep. UKTIV..IT, Feb. 1X. The letter Uvn rccehwl from Chauneey M. Depew by H. lirt-Mcly, proprietor of the Detroit Journul: NKW YUKK. 1890 W H Detroit: UBAK on request that J att as niHtniier of appointed by the lit th of Sun.s ol the Amer- ican f.-i IL> have clitirse of tho lu'Htu liu eil for some proper testimuiiiil to J-'r.inc it: iipjtr.-t'ititioii of her ttftnrt- in oui Ix-- hrtlf MI oui utitKinii.) inriepeuJence, I ac- cept posinon with pleasure. In any event there t-oul i b no more i act-ful act on the pact of the people nf tbr UniU'tl suites tliautheae- hy them In some pcnrminftnt and artist c f. rin uf ibe uiviit debt we owe t-i France Smce (lit- pivsentutiiiii to us by the French peo pit- of Lh- statue of enlightening the worKi. Hie duty devolving upon fo act seems to be Yoiirjt very truly, t HAl-.NCKY M KHtnl Wreck In KUMHHH. WICHITA, Kan., Feb. engine and baggage cur of theGalvestouexpress plunged through a bridge over Chicholni creek, six miles south of here. The passenger eoachea were left on the brink. Roadmaster B. Peters of Newton was killed; Engineer Wand aiul Fireman Smith each hod a Jeg broken; the express name learned yet, both anus broken: Jliss Caiu of DdelJ, four ribs broken; Josiah Ericson of Topeka, arm broken; Edward Whitney of St. Louis. tured collar bone, and several other passon- gerw from cuts and bruises. A Ufef train and six doctors have arrived at the wreck from this dty and tbe injured will be removed soon as possible. A Jury Secun-d. CHicxao. Feb. jury to try the dieted jury bribers was at last secured in Jud-e court yesterday, Assist> ant State's Attorney Neely made the opening address for the btate, and the taking of evi deuce was- begun. After Deputy Criminal Court Clerk A. N. Lee, an unimportant wit- ness, had testified, the court adjourned until this morning. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. More Fighting In Honne Ov-i thr Counting of H Quorum. WASHINGTON, Keb. house yester- day spent almost all of the time until ad- journment iu warm debate over a ruling of Speaker Reed. After tbe reading nf tbe journal Mr. Car- lisle arose and said that since Jan. tbe Democrats had tieen protesting against the approval of the journal on the ground that it contained an entry made by dictation of the speaker, showing tho names of momlters pres- ent and not voting. LiRxt Friday a code of rules WHS allotted which gave the speaker that Ajraiust this they still protested, anil would continue to Jo so an on Unconsti- tutional practice. But, this question could not U- decided in tliis house, and whenevei proper arose it to Mime other forum where it could befinally and decisively passed upon. He saw no reason why the journal should not lie approved in tlie form which the house had a right to preserilje. The journal wns then approved. A conference committee was appointed on the senate bill to increase pensions of soldier and sailors toUdly helpless by i-eason of in- juries oi- disease incurred in the service. Under the susjw-nsiou of rules, the senate bill pitn idmg for a form of government for Oklahoma was made a sjteeia! order for to- A bill from the committee on war claims, providing for tho allowance of certain claims reportei 1 by the accounting officers of the treasury, was passed. [It applies to the 4th .Ttilv'i-laimx.l .Mr. I'andler then rejwii'ted the resolution fur the fliscus-sion of the world's fair hills on Thursday and Friday, nnti balloting on Mon- lay, unless the house, shall have determined n vote that, Ihe world's fair shall not be Mr. Mills demanded a second. Tellers were appointed and the result an- nounced was: Yeas, 14; nays, H. Mr. Kilgore made the point of no quorum. The speaker declared thut present- more than a quorum. llr. McMillan protesled (hat the rules pre- tellers a.s a means ol ascertaining the presenc" of a quorum After furlhcr protests from the Democratic which calmly ignored, hp declared tliat debate on the motion was iu order. The Democrats strenuously resisted this de- rision, Mr. McMillan contended thut there was nc i-ute tliat permitted tho sjieaker to count a quorum except during the progress of a yea and ijay call. Mr. Dockery of Missouri saiil that the nile i-ited by Mr. McMillan did not seem to pro- for a count hy the sinker at all. but only by tellers. The speaker replied that the rule provided lor the count of those who voted. The vote had resulted 114 to seemed to be a majority, jg- The deliafe'Tvjxs continued hy Messrs. Mc- Millan, Cunsle, Mills. Peters. ('andler, llitt, thosiieakcr and otheis Tlie question was linnlly tal.'-n on the nmtmu to the rules iiii'l make the special order [or the fair mid ivs in a vote by tellers -yeas noys and the special order was made. he call ot committees having been con- cluded, the bill for the relief of the Indians at Devil's ncy wns called ,ip and ]iassed under suspension of the rules. Mr, Bunks called up a bill to provide for the ap- ]Kiintment of thirty additional medical ex- aminers in the pension office. Considerable discussion followed, when the yeas and nays were ordered on tlie passage of the hill, but no quorum voted, so tile house adjourned, with the understanding that the bill will come up on the next day, JN TIIK SKNATK. Feb. is.- The sciinti' yester- day listened to a i......imiatioii bv Mr, Khin of his speech on the i rlncntlnnal liill. Mr. llnvvos picsented more titan I34U tions from .Mnssncliir-etts stating that more than NOO.IKKI gallons of liipior are exported from this countrv to Africa, anil tl.at tinder that section of the constitution, wln--h onthoriKes con- gress to regulate commerce witli foreign na- tions, this trailic should lie stopped. The petition was referred to the committee on education and labor Mr. rimndlcr presented severul petitions from Mississippi of the suppres- sion of tlie Republican vote in thut state and repiVM-nting thut the "so-eallid leKislulure of Mi.-sissippi had ri enacted a law for establishing a new constitution to] t hi'state on the l-'th of August, I W.KJ the .same not to be submitled to the people for ratifiryition, and thai it was the ni of the Deinocnil.s to employ fraudulent met hods to deprive many intelli- gent citizens of their franchise." Referred to the committee on privileges and elections. ill', Frye from the select committee on thji railroad funding hills referred to it nnd m lieu of them an original hill on the subject with two reports. [.The bill and reports uere covered in thc-e dispalebe> yesterday.] Mr. Frye oxplc.med the bill mid reports at some length. At the oTichision "f Mr. FryeVexplanation tho lull was plivid 
                            

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