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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK PKOPKSRIONAL. DUNKIRK, N. Y FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1890 It. T. KOIJ'lf, M. I'liysinan anil Burgeon olMcc. ovrr u's Store. lii'wi'tcnu.', Outrfll Avenue Telephone No. ii. 1m left at, I yonV. A NBW BiruiTO MACHIWK for rulmi; ,h -S the a.uliti..n I., the Mechanical department of ITIntinjf Company, LEXANDEIV8 Coal and Wood Yard, 1UU ft Central Arenuo. Nickel riau- A" Cartes of ami Soft Coal, T. WT.joflJ Lumber, ShmglKB lellv CurrtopOD'teiic and l.nth. ice (or Fret 1 M. MANS, I'rac.tical IMumber. GUI- .1. ana steuin Kilter. Suecm] attention ifiven hi Snmtury I'Lunilnng Kstlmatei) triTeii I'luiuliinx, KiUinf-. Ileuling and H-.i Air Purnacoa. 27 E. Third CU'PUKU, sal anil Z25 Central Are -tic I'liotoxraplier. Bublda ji specialty. Bltterr noi wait tor nnnshiue except loi H.' SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Wanted nt onco. Local Tnm-lNur llljfPav. nbmilv Work. stock Outfit Kite Uiuieeetisiiry. .IAS.K.WHIT- NKV, Nilrsyimin, Kocliester, N. Y. Attorneys, (tl.1 7th I' S. Patent Of- Mi-e. I'utcnU.Uivents nnd Kc Ifcstien Hcc.urml 1 railc MiirkK roiriiu-red. All Patent hiwiniMi, for moderate Fees. Information Advice anil special references sent on KXI'KXSKS '-N imiiliMiiieiitiiUioinoor travelinK. No iiolii ,t- S i. making coller.ti. been IRVING. I'r., i) pili-lur. No. K. Second siren, near BuJ- f..iu mreet, Dunkirk, M. 1. Mu- c, uU-., lii.linil in ail BtvK-o. p to. All work CUUOKEUV HOUSE, iOs-Ceatrul Wet) lie. na'c ri-tuil dealer in nml C hina. tilasawaru, 11. HA1UUS, SBJJ Central Ave. lien- V; er.il Innuiuuce, Auoidcnt and Fnu. i-..-forl. LruTuliiiK insure vuur lie in the old rHveliTb'." Itenl Aifei'l, nejcntnite.! on Iwwli to rmi.loy a on nalary to tn rluirge of my ImslniM. at tholv hom C'linrgu ni'inV" fl per week. to A MONTH c..m mi, working UN. I't-rsons i.i fcrrcd who can a and Blvi- their who .line tn the biumiM. Sparemomenismay he proti it.ly i-mploynl also. A few vacancies in ti.vv tines H. I'. JOHNSON CO., ,ou, M ;i. IHUMl l-or Kent oi' corner Susund anil Dove (Jn, HOTK1., iKaUJB. por day, .liable in conn urn on. Uitlur. Lion utrect. Naglv. D-iir l.nl.e diiure National uonu- unw-r Him Thinl eliucui. A Hue Block ol ,iry 4 V 4t Leuttr street, -.orHti-nlmoiH. rartiftiiiur alu-iiiitui inlvrh-rttife liortc-fl. alHMMng ol roiul JiofbCo u UNKIltK KVKM.NO OBSKKVKK. Larjcfdl Oaily 111 tlie County. An iniU'iiiatlcit a-lvertiaiiig nioiliiun. 1 vL'N'KIKK KNliiSKKKLNO COMVANV. l-onrerly sellew Popple. ol Itutlur-, utiolinfci, ii SHIKT CO., fntLorni, iL'u Work lu unier. v J tenter Htrt'tl, inHuJI" a jJurt.t. On suit- ID all itnf ami -lr> guDtis IH.U Ofi anU ilunuduauiei-ti uf tin K. T'JO.MKY, i iinii sii ,-rt, Klaur, -I, ull. iiuie-l ll HIK IHi'i'KI.. ii miHal TraVfU-ra. 'i to 11 i I trt uit In SPRING 1800 WAIT FOR F. D, MATTESON cfc CJO'JS 1'i UI.KKS CO.. JJ DVaudaBh Tumi nlrcct. ,'i.i-j Furimitrc, Citbinet Wftrc Up I'icture Frames mwlr tu order i-. A CO., OilLtlttcrs ii M, STKAM HE ATI Mi stenm Jtrj I'iuaibing a O.HB njn-. .allies: Fine Shirts, lUc; i'o k'( nii'l Ourtains. r'li'-f U A VV i 2u7 Cuutvr I'tiinl .r aini il vHii. ol r in Fine A St i KNKV WKILKK'8 NKW MTORL, IDi K i J Tuirl at. Stationery, Mimtcul ln- uu.lUcuklv utcivthirj; tuTUniiing a first hook utcivthirj; nooks J Oil ruiSTlXOotovi-ry Uuscriitttoiiaiulut l.iwvHt U fins rates b> imnkirk I'rintuig Company, 8 aud 10 E. Second St.j B. VA> BLKKN A SO.N, Fin> l.n'u il General luKin-nr Ueul- I'liritrulijr n Kcitl ttt.ttc mxl Loans.  ot the country. Sucth one proposed, would he the North and whatever they undertook. In England a, in France the customs and traditions of JX years concentrated and intollwtu life at tlm head city of the nation; wilh us was diffusiii tlnonghout the Union. Th farmers of tho I'mUd States rather'than th residents of held m their ham the destinies of the Mr. spoke of the romnopolitnn character of th population of He referred to th guarantee fund already rai-ed, ,uid said thu every stati- In the Union was reprf Kilted on tin- h.t. Xo moue would Iw for the hite, mid iioiii> of til money expended on the-fair woui-l yo towar the permaiwnt improvement of the system. -Mr. Civnry of Kentucky argued in favo of Chicago, saying the three greatest uatioua celebrations ever held in this country ha, hnlil iii East, aiiU it was MOW tli of the West. Messrs, o Michigan, Taylor of Illinois. Perkins of Kan nnd Chipmaii of Michigan sjioko in fnvo if Chicago. A WOHD FOK yr. LOUIS. Mr. Neidritighausof sjwke for fit fxMiis. nnd Mr. Htone of Missouri enlarge. Upon the advantages of the geographical po iition of Kt. Ixiuis. Mr. ot Arkansas, Mr. Dockary of Missouri, and Mr "aruth of Kentucky fnvorcil St. Ixinis. WASHINGTON HlfOl'J.D (5ET IT. Mr. Mx-Comas of Vwyland fovored on ex- hut wherever il was held, it should held in Washington, in tho district bear- ng the name of the diswiverer of the conti- the lJistri-t of Columbia, and at the national capital. He invoked the members a seek some higher motive and broader ..round than locality. He appealed to the nends of Chicago, New York St. Louis come r fi.-iiucM.sad.Uod, ISun'ulu liohe-., I tnd.slcixh a -r. w. Murray, .4 Llun HtretiU A .iiici i.ilLy niu te of SaiHlary Plumtiiug, .v.-Hit l-itt'njr. irlmr- I SC1H) SCHOUTts. 17 riiiril street, oikri-. uuhtleini'i, will it to rv.wr B. CAKT CO., JL xa'ljuni iri-nt-ral lute Gnu. Us A bpei-itii Mouiwrniij-'. KULINti. such :IB I nil kiii'bui H and 10 K. Sccoud xt KVOOI.ril MOLUESH Al' Eli,  'cw York world's fair bill [An- plai.si-.l Mr. Moore of Nen said that n neighborly feeling impi-lled the pcopln of .New England to support the claims of the lieoplc of New York. On the Atlantic const lie Miid. had been the fullest ot the ilowerof our civillxation, and there mis no plnce for the. display of that Bower us the city of New York. Mr t 'overt of New York claimed in none of the competing cities except New York could be seen nil the navies of tho world. He thought tho greatness of thjs country could viewed bettor nowhere Mr. Cninmlnysnf NPW that the fairsbo-ilij h, 0 city comnu-nsurato "ill, -if th en l-.-rt ikimr. Tlja 1 not I it-a (It tl C ccsr'i.iiity of N. York' i, together in peace nutlonal (nuiiid. There would be no trouble about every other house would he pened to visitors, and Baltimore was within orty minutes' travel. Mr. Loe of Virginia held that Washington was not only the proper place, but the only place where tho fair should be held. If wo were to invite the governments of foreign nations Wnshington was the site. Mr. I 'olcmnn of Louisiana argued in favor of the of Washington. Mcsii-s. Compfon anrl SUickbridgeof Mary- land urged Washington, Ameri- lite, there no partisan spirit, is the iirojwi- place to hold the exposition. At p. m. the house adjourned until to-day, uhen the world's fair debute will lie IN THK SKNA PF. WASIIIMITIW, Feb. The senate, after a lire bate yesterday, agreed to the mo- cailMis for information regarding the ol Deputy Marshal Hnnmlei-K In Flor- ida. The educational bill was acniu under insideratiou. The resolution of Mr. Chandler, calling on the attorney general for information as tx, theassa-vsiu-ilion ut Qnincy, Fhi of W B Saimders, dcimty United States niniviial was taken up and Mr. 1'aseo resumed bis re' inuiks in regnrd to it. He sent to the clerk's desk and hud rend various laper niti-le, nnd proceedings of public nectings denunciatory of the conduct and the United Htntes court n nil its ittnfi-Mii the Northern district of Florida Ihese representations he said, might tend to hrovv rausas he sad all'nir at Quincy. If the kiHiu" of Saunders WIL-, a result of the facf, mid cir- Mmstnnces declared in the pajM-rs rend, then lie "enale ought to have all Ihe which up to it. The trouble tn the case was that he principal law breakers were the officers if the court. Ill conclusion offered an amendment di- attorney gcnerr.l TO inform the whether any efforts have been by the department of justice to correct he the officers of the court which ui-i resulted in partisan juri liunlv from one pulhical pnrti, and it so to thesntne to the senate Also illreetiug the general to in- 'rin wliethcr Im had luiyiuforuia- lon of an otncial letter written by Marshal Iizzel dnwtiiig the names ol "true ami tried lepnblicnin'1 to lx> furnished for jm-oi-s of ho United .States inirt, nnd what a'ction tha epartmcnt of justi -p hail taken in i commiini.'Htions of that character Mr. Htiwicv s-.id i nr the remarks .-nntor from Florida and the Iffieil by to him to lie n ire apolog. luunlcr. What, he ad the bud U.iraeU-r of Maunders and of th, Iniinlstriitiiiii of justice to do with the mur- Afler so Mr. amend- ent wns nn motion of Mr. A SOCIALIST VICTORY. THE Supli Till Slii 8O( Ah BK ilay t- ment vote He, have Rich' four i Horn- -cle l'rogr ociali A and that the llo" mg strength throughout the king- "I. and th" tath one head ''bp Mm fntji, by Airs. White, was ukex, White at the ie'" niiuninoth steel triirk8 ut parly rcturnwl to lie city at 88 CENTS Kel fatal wound, ivoll, bv ___... to the liosf ''I have rei i the OllS'- ele In 1 cci oety Ini Th, Indi. Nati Fourth Berlin district Hcrr Sinwr t .'M-dtya J district Koc-Ialist, i, thus far rc.-eived, complete, o'clock until r, the piwidcnt u riH-eption n, the main ,lu> which WHH hennlifiilly decorated with iwei-H and cut I tlie landing of the AT THK I.MlllAllV. At (1 lunch served and at 7-40 r. the and the other in- OCIK n nl UU.rd, n i Alsaliansa nd 10 K iM.. r Socialists -issinigK The lo si iuin fro, par' thK "f tl C5ENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Kppnrt Mum KNpniHHl of (Julcklu B-K-N. Fob of of important business "P tJimn- shot 'I't'i "'ilh "ly w'fe-' J hls Roll (la-- in the East Knd HSHHF---S con- oronu, Trovidenc BI.MMI. Providence: F. H. N. Y., and Darnell commission .slmll neiu; accused by Thi iftWHSfise umiibHr nf JM the that the policy of which l the report have been t" their il lumliy CK'1 t, treas'urr "li Pai'N of ,1 Wl-e drivra, iiiiiiiy totliofrec Iihrnry Inuldinjr, Liliioand I-cderal streetn, Allej-heny City to "v-'flowins we, S ImililniK. were with thuuden, of The M the by the Cai-neKje led iiudieuc'e'''" to tlie' UKl.IVKHINU THK uni.DKN KKV Mr. C'niiingle was nlnumt ove.i-onm Ik ".nntl, of the ace, Zd Wn, m" Zv r ONLY 88 CIS. As a Special Price while he preset lot lasts BUY ONE NOW, tuxi. NOT HAVK ANOTMKII CHAN'CK TO IIKAI'. ERIE STORE. H lit ui hi It'll1'I' Wlllph -111 i-i itiUKCI, _ 1111 hi fl n v-.it i y I i y K.veniiMMnta.swella.s j 1" in tllp shall Hnallv UY.In, the ,VMla 'Ml   concernetl. at is of many of the leading luelnben foilsert as Well tts LUx.-ral that the is ground by delay UAIMXI! UROUND The a .Socialist., have never prose- IT I iMl I .r ,_T, n C. IK'S South f'lnrk ized tlinl, they had street. liee. They duped, and I'lecN-riil campaign with more vigor locked up. formed the arrcst'e M" MiiSKH! the kcejiei' oii the )VHS to tht< 41 York to J. W, R llM center street. Dealer in lustrumeirts uu' Itttehmw. Hsnwkea tuecialtv of t'.sl ciac, nuLkn ol Plan, a. A'Vote-. Orgtuu, J. Q1FFOKD. SOI HJi O Oencral and ilejtl KataU Axeat Tire, Liie. Accident, and i insurance. Prompl Mtention nelhnir Beal Ksuue. to biirini J C. 4ONK8, k'.. TJttrct at., cpr Ueal Market. it' .1 r AHIU.KB, ft the AurfH-a Wnlch. ior Meal arket. F.-jsti, Hull iio. Menu. Lanl, Sjiusap. Oystors m. Hull iio.i MINIS' 161KXII :i i iasm. inid that New f' r, 'in! not dollar. ,hi' York was than was more any other site. Mr of Xew York length o ttlble. mill tlie l-PMilnti.i-i ttorn-v for inl'uniiaiion i'is In of Maunders u-.-us ogi-eed to Tl' I'irational bill was then taken up Mr. lilnir proccediii with bis urKmnent iu favor of it, At close, of Mr. Blair's speech Mr. ratilknor obtained tha flow tt, upeafc on tha bill, nnil the adjourn" I tm York barter and th C. C. FENFOLO, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. rVC river. Mr. Sherman of YgkJt haid h, yvy. Yoi-k "us tlu; best sjte] bS the twld it would be thi grandest in hi-uory. Mr. Miid that he was prund of 8t E0 exposition be a success unless I, e masses as it would be at New York Tin works of art and (if were greater than The people of the I'nited States should lie educated by some- thing ninrtf an exhibition of innterial itltini's 'things. c, Mr. Hitt of Illinois -i cago. He t. in favor of Chi- nas near tho was acces- Clock., Silverware. 1'KR ri..4 TIKO .wy. 8.1 B. Tliird r M. Avenue A COMPLETE HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN 8TBKBT, Opposite llfital. flwntcrof the Ull.teil Ktatea. It acces- sible to tlie mining regions of Pennsylvania the groat (igrKlllturAl bplts   lovtil (i... ,r.......... n i'tvjuill.1 iUl leve.1 thai un mi itheis would i.. inrlucnciKl t Harrison then declared in.-r would n ion, nnd circunmjK.ct. (ITHKIl HI-KAKKH. Knooh J'ratt, the well-known Heaver followed In well I Ihe remarks of Ho highly P, I. CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., Ililfl jllHt full line iufluenci) the elections by the welfar Just concessions tie 'il dunocracy are not sincere. A.VIITHEK SEAT PHOBABI.V LOST. in the contest for the cant parliamentary imt HI Pan eras of un Independent Unionist, candi 1 lias p-ratly disturliod the t'on-i-ryativas a 1 is likely to oxerwlwlm their chancas of re- the electorate own ,n tjjnil. of''uu Iwr of sniiciiusr down ind ,ip..i: judges' ix-r cent., and those Tte The commercial convention national Ii rnptcy bill was up allli jtl._ Ohio nasauthorizcii to repwf Mr, Cuifjertson of Texas win, iilii M. ng 1M ,siau di I'n.hnl.lv B tho TI rigid s point to diplniiiiitic iigeut by Belgrade government, !'V''i 2I-1V' at M 8 U8hf. evl on the iMinUrnp'tev rxnort 7 t, titnte, but (to tloo s i-c-jwi-t on it It will although tL Tile CffmijfiUw by a yyte of to-I. authdnaea j. bill mtrortucwj in the house Mr e 1 pro> idins for the adjustment of account "Of lalmrei-s, workmen and mechanics nrisinz >r tlw- eight-hour law. The bill provides all performed in eice.ss tbu court ol ,'KUu'w bo the eight-hour basU. fln workmen eniploye.1 on behalf of the nent since June, IKffl. the workmen be for each eight hours employed the full of 4 (Japs work. The pivvid.es thst wheuevel-a suHL icilt nuiilbw of of aiiy 'one olasa boll join in Mall won. Mijlerton first Pall race, sellin.-r, n fii-jjl third: ti'lie Tuii-.l race, pi I'll i H.., second. Fourth m'ne. the Jersey if'Hp, l.tjf inllm; Vi-llant first, oad, Duffer thin! time -''.W Fifth ra-e, mjie: C'aVi't Tell Buckstone second, Marty B ib'rl- race, purse, l lii-st A I'lockn have ave ordered sent to over that nnd until the a fii'BBd Pub. TOtiousuiv being a( The Arlington uul his aa.l' J formation, tickets, baggage, advertising, hi e etc-., has bam aban- 'lonoil. 0-v.ng to tUe refusal of the Trunk to establish a joint Jet hange. cards each guest first engraved in-, W.I.MI inwith glass will be on if feature, of the There cvjvei-s f.i'Ht.t Nicw YORK, Feb. 31. -The ffrant Monu- nent association, at it.s annual meet in-last ik'cided thai of the dc-iVii. nuO- milted m respon-e to ooniiwlition will It, G--HIV wiw elected ur, Tallin.i _ to any in city, at priceH that will you see him before rinpfcft. .m.-A.io Pel, ,lf the 1-lHv the eiKht umpires who to SC.-M. ,hc I'lnve.V I AtlHetie clnbs, WMt.n LADIES! hi iiilf'O ,1 well known alili- shoe-, wiUi n lionvy soli-. tlint will The _ UilK linn pi Tho -o, t i'uament Kcha s, Hei.er i vice B ecutive cojumittet-. nn and (J. U ten M i i laimeil shall in Hie agp-gnte exceed W.OOO, hey slmll have the right to appeal to the su- reme co reme coui-t. of four million YORK, Bo. hernia, from Hamburg, Ar i Hmuigr.nt named Bunther com! e Bunth mtted by jumping overboard the nMKSJKra anA I T. f. nu-rl Murrell, made himself i reac-niiig the passengers tOB Denmark, last illt, charms of a Baltimore iy> and 1J4 ,y and tuis 001 summer will sec him a happy Benedict. IflitV tho uicf..i. H.. i T HamU. Mr. Ifuntlnutim'. Scl.em, -itean. will the estoblihhment 'i's to develop the traffic. ol a line, of TANOIBB, 41.-An alarming rebellion of D. Armstrong .fe Hnnd Welt, common House shops. __ SULLIVAN SON, 21 a Centre Street, W Paper call at Monroe s lEWSPAPERr VSPAPERI   

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