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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1890. NO. is. PROFESSIONAL. R OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULING MACHINK. lor ruling all klnila ol blanks is ths latest a-nlition to the Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Company. 4 LKXANIJEK'8 Coal and WooiJ Vanl, Central Avenue, opposite Nickel I'laU tfenot All grades of Hard anil Soft Coal, Woodl tiutnber. Shingles and Lath. Free leliv CorreBpomtence Jor wkolc'sale solicited. O T. JtOLI'II, M. Pliymcmn and Surgeon Offlrenvcr Ly.n's Dniff .Store. Ifeei'lciicv, Central Aven Telephone No, ft. Calltt may tw left at I.yon's. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 4 LEX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Gas A. and Steam Kilter. Special atteotion given lu Sanitary rinmbinK. Estimates given on numbing, lias Fitting, 8tcam Heating an.1 Hot Air Kurnacen. 27 K. Third street. II B. OIFFOKU, 223 and 223 Central ATO. JJ. Artistic Photographer. Insuntancoua Photographs ol Ifutnes a specialty. Sitteri- need not wait for sunshine except lor rabies. U? TravrlniK. Pay. steady Work. H VVarranlcd. Quick Selling Specialties. O treti. fcxpenencc I'nneccstary. JAK.E.W LATEST HORROR. REPORTS OF THE KARA PRISON OUTRAGE. Steady Work. .Stock mni T St., Washington, c tine. Patents, Caveats a Irade Marks regisU'rcd All Patent business .wiiliicie.l lor moderate Feus. Information Auvicc and special references sent on request.' t Attorneys, Sir, 7th r. s. latent O Re Issues Hcciired. E, allowed eac.li month. IS Steady icit- yment at home or traveling. No solicit- IMlticsdeliveringaml making coIlecLicinn. Al 1KVINO. Pro- ._> pnclor, No. E. Second street, near Buf- alo street, Dunkirk. N. V. Magazines, Mu- I'C. i'araiJlilola, etc.., bound in all styius. Orucri- promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. BUKCHKU'S CKOCKRKV HOUSE, Central van tie. Wholesale find retail rlealnr ID Imported ami foniestir china. Glaaswaru, Ac. einplo II AKKRA I Ulko i'llflu1 lieiillli'm'f. Wages iiirtT Kcfereiir.0 given. Good paylnr to A MONTH can be mnde c working for us. Persons j.re- errcd who can furnish a and Rive their whole lime u> the business. Spare momenIs may be proilt- also. A few vacancies in town', .Lies Ii. K. JOHNSON CO., ,ooy Main Richmond, Va. and c VMTANTKI.-A T T to lit-m.uicntly re on Lih.r.1 Salary T T to lit-m.uicntly represent an Afcioci.ition in- i orporatcd supply. utin-iiper.nivt; 'm-rc i.uiilise and nil kn.d, ol articles forjliome lHAS. H. 2il Central Aye. (ion- eral Insurance, Life, Accident and Kirc. traveling insure your ifc in the old roimblc "Travelers'." Ueal KstaU) Agent. Loans negotiated on property. HOTEL, V> __ t per (lay. verr and ioni-ding Btablo in connection. Victor ICIder, SSAand 337 Lion street. llTV BAU1IKK 8IIOP Chas. Nagle, I'rop., On.ler Lake shore liank, con Center ami Third streets. A line stock of foreign and Domestic igars. IONK1.I.N A SON, V> .13.1 center street, Practical horsf-Klioem. Particular attention pax' to interfering horses. Shoeing ol roail M-. tr..tting hornoH a specially. Ii town, villag HO.OOO members, paid nd f.iinily use, .mil rural district, meinoenv. 1'aid un Crc lit well r.ited liefirenrch exchanged. Kinpre Co-operaiive As- soiMtion (I.nek N. Y. gfim r'tir Kcnl or House v in Second and Dove streets. Newly (HUjd up anil in line condition. Will four IVameii Killed Themselves and Thlrly Hen Took Thorn Known to Have Died A nanu.net In I-ondon to orumlmluiier In- Meeting, I-ONHOMT, Feb. 24.-Further details of the outrage in the political prison at Kara, Si- beria, have reached the Russian exiles in London from friends who are located a short distance from the scene of the They are brief, but conclusive, confirming fully a report of the affair received here from official in Hi. Petersburg who is in sympathy with the i uuse of the people. According to these details it appears that the trouble at the Kara prison originated in a "hunger strike" in August, when the women political prisoners tried to starve themselves to death escape the brutalities of their jailers. All the women imprisoned there ab- rtaine.l from food for fourteen days. The jailci-s did not believe that they would be able to keep up the struggle. At first they jeered al tho women, then tempted them with foodaml this of no avail threaten- ed them. When several of the women were at the poin, of death from their voluntary ab- stinem e fi om food the prison officials re- sorted to ,'iitiflcial means to compel them to take ilonri'.limeiit. The methods adopted, however, violent and licentious and the women were compelled to abandon their strike Abominable were of d, nd L) UNKIKK KVKNINU in tho County. An uneiiimlled mod mm. f iCNKIKK KNGINKKKI.NG COMVANY. L' rorir-crly Sellew Popple. Manufacturers ol Kngines, Pulleys, Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgmgs, Castings, and Maclnue Work loonier. VvUNKIKK SHII4T CO., 2U5 anil Center street, Manufacturers of the 'Cromwell" anil "Dunkirk" iieriuut titling Dress shirts. On sale in all leading (uriiisliing, clothing and dry goods houses m Dunkirk, Dr. TOOMEY, 434 and 4ltt> Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, alt, Baled llay, Phos- phates, etc. ......eil, IS77. RIE HOTKL and inning Saioun, Union Mlatjn fur Cuin- loess houses. Best accomui nercml Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. EHI.ERS CO., 97 and 99 E Tnird street. Kme Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- aoltttcriug. Picture Frames made to order. SPRING 1890 F, D, MATTESON cfc CJO'S Ijl D. MATTK9ON A CO., ;W1 Central Ave., Leaders ol Fashion aud GCDtlemon Uutllttera. I I AKKLI. STEAM HEATING CO., ttHnulucturersof -Steam Heiiting Apparatus. Sanitary IMumlnng a Specialty. II O.MK STEAM LAUNDRY. Our Fine Shirts, 10o; t-nllura, tci (Juffs, ami Laco Curtaina. Free Deliv- ery. A W. C'ummings, 207 Center street. IT H. OKUM. K. Third at., cor. of Buffalo itunuiiieturer atul dealer in Fine Boots A Shoos. A full line of all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! HENRY WKII.KK'S NEW 8TOHE, TlnriUt. Itt'i K. ___ Hooks. Stationery, Musical In- ami weekly Fopers, and everythire pertaining to a Urst eluea book store. Sc.hoo. Books a specialty. PKINTING ol every duBCnption and nt lowest tiring rates by Ulinkiik Triiiting compuny, 8 and 10 K. Second St.J JH. TAN 11UKKN A SON, Firn Accident and General liumracoe Life, ______ Deal- ers in Real Estate and Loans. i'nrlieiilar attention paid to Ihe cire ol properly collect- ing rents 219 Center St.. 2nd floor. V.I ROE'S PHARMACY, 500 Central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Paper Faints, Oils, Ac. PBKKI.N8. J. IV., Center street, Manufaeiurer and ileulerin Bridles, LolUrs, hips, Buffalo Uobcs, Uoitie Coverft. Gloves.MittenaiindSluich Uobes. The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought City. into this Call and See Them T. w. Murray, 3.17 Lion street A specialty miule ol Sanitary Plumbing, team and Has Kitting. Workmanship guar- ntoed. SCUOLTF-S, 17 East Third street, blc Tailor. Uoutlemen will flnd it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. KSCUl ihloual cAKY CO., SIS Lion street. General Hardware, U'hilt t.ead.Oila Pninter'6 Supplies, Oil Cloths, Grar. te Ware. special- Williams Pn.i'tand Monroe range. RULING, such ns blank-books, ledgers, and ail kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, S and 10 E. Second 9t .nrt lying RUDOLPH MOLDBNHAUER, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sts., Dealer in Irranite, Marble, Flagging a: Building Stone. Call on me before bnyi: your side-walk. R ISLET CO., 7 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family iJse. ROKERT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabhng by the day or week on reasonable terms. REID, J. W., 134 Center street. Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. We make a specialty of flrst class makes ol Pianos and Fan-ami Votey Organs. SAM J. SOI Central Aye. [Op General Insurance and Real Estate Agent. Pirt.Ule, Accident, anil Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention glysn to buying ind selli nit Beal Estate. rp C. JONB8, 1 75 E. Tbird St., cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Lard, Sausages. Oysters and Poultry. Hew Barter Shop. O. A. nUHBKF. formerly in Wheeler's bar- has opened the barber-shop in the Krie Hotel. Ho haa ovory facility lor good work, and c'istomers will find ita place to go (or shaving ami hair cutting. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured ti AiMimsTuma at. HAIM? OILDEN JHCIFIC. it can be given In a cup of coffee or tea, or In ir tides ot food, without ths knowledge of the uer- taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, wtiethei the patient la a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure In every lnstance.7Tpagl LSS Address In confidence, SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Raca SI.. Clnclnnltl.O- C. C. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 364 MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. Y. DEALER IN mm ud RVSUT, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, Etc. BNORA VINO. O OLD   of during the but on account of Ihe world's fair mat- i'he has little hope of accomplishing his Meet These cases are those of Atkinson ;am.st Pcmlleton, from the KirM (Vest Vir- ni.-i district, and I'Vatherhtoncng.iitM I'ate mi the First, district, of Arkansas The :ijori I y reports of the committee in both the seating of Hie contest- nut, n licpiibliean, and the bouse will adopt rep.M'K Mr. Rowoll expected to call up on Wednesday. has right ol way over all other business. The pension appropriation bill and the urgent dellciency bill have been prepared by the appropriations committee, and the latter will be culled up for consideration during the week should any time be let t after the world's fair matter and the election cases have lieen disposed of. ANOTHKIJ JOIIXSTOWN. th the first A DAM BREAKS AND FORTY DEATHS ARE REPORTED. Name, of victim. but I'Hi'tlouUr. Source The Acci- dent the tl( the Warned of the Danger. PnnsroTT. An., Feb. a4._The tine large storage dam built across river by the Walnut drove storage com- pany two years ago nt a cost of gave way Saturday morning under great pressure of the heavy flood and swept, everything be- fore it. Forty IXM-SOIIH are Mievcd lo have lost their lives. As Ihe town of Wickenhurg. thirty miles below (he dam wn.s the same stream great fears nro entertained the safely of that town, but as there is no telegraphic coninm- cntion no news is obtainable of its Ihe service dam or company located Ifteen miles below the reservoir, and llfleen niles of (lump just approaching completion was nlso swept nwnv, although the company ms over jMlil.lllhl on enterprise of rtoi-mir (he hy.lruulie michineliad nrrhed, and they oxiwlod to >egm operations this week. The dam which held tho waters hack was 10 feet long at the base and 4IKI foef at the up It was Hi) feet thick at the base mid 10 it the (op, forming a lake three miles lu i-ngth by Hirco-fourths of a mile wide imd 10 foot deep Lieut. Urodio in oharire of (he work was bsontat, 1'hii'iiix superintending the shlp- icnl of the iimchincrt to works and was ived Of those known to i-ere.l. Ilames. wife an.! four children; II. and dnnglilirs. Joseph toynoldit, Mrs. McCarthy and K Mi-Miller TIIK NI'MIIKII or VII TIMS MIT PliKKi-orr, Am., Feb. ;M -The mmiliol' of drowned al U'lckenliurg js llot known. A number nf cm ned nwuy, and many lull innmiiiicalion Ihe exact r.-iilt of the di.s- cannot be The ominous .ish of water from the gave annnglo the people of the valley (hat many took a.lvanlap, of ,''inu, t sTverai mid the dam uassplj, fmm top to bottom by I ho force of Ihe wiU'i-K says: A g.'ueral feetmg exilement prtnajK here over (he tlie tlisnsler at Walmil drove The. couriers who brought the telegrams' for the owners of tin, v of their great loss arrived s o'clock .Satur- day night. he give part'icnlars fur- ther than to rcpnrl uuinb. bodi.-s had IHH-II recovei'eil when he left. The distance dam from Present! In- forty miles, while Hi 88 CENTS worn were or i Daisy Sewing Table ONLY 88 CTS. As ;i special price liilc l lot lasls. tin missing. Pjve and identilleil l'i the storage n.'arest trail M 'i-vice dam, where the employes wore located I her down stream. the news here Adjt for the scene of disaster with t urgeons to Found u Pall of Coin. BAI.TTJIOKE, Feb. 34. A special from Krerlricksburg, Va., Saturday night fire destroyed the dwelling of Luther Limer- ick, near Fahnoutb, Stafford comity. Oppo- site the hovse is a Held of about two acres of grass beloniins to the Hcott, which wa, igintet] by a spark from the house and also destroyed Yesterday while Mr. Limer- ck wasdiRKur; in tho ruins he discovered mi-led n couple ol under ground a large tin buck. I.lied w.thgold and silver coins, the .-111101111! of which be will not tell. Some years ago an old hei-mit died in a hut on the place. for a New Position. rASHl.viiT.iN, Keb. fact that the bill providing for an assistant secretary of will undoubtedly approved by the president has I'un.is.ied material for specula- tion at the w.ii departiiie.ii during the past week, regarding Ihe proUibleocc-npaiitof the 'dice. The salary is per year and the )ill provides that it. shall be a civilian ap- xnntmcnt made by the jjresillent. Mr F C Partrude. Sc.'ich-.ry Proctor'.s f, and John Tweedale, chief clerk of the department, are names suggested for the new ifflce. Amnesty to Desertem. WASHINQTOX, Feb. -The proclamation if Senator Proctor granting amne.stv to de- ertere is in the judge advocate general's ifflce where the legal of the subject ;re being considered. A report from the ort Lenvt-nworth military prison shows that fthe .ViO prisoners at that institution re serving time t. i denertion. The sccretnry as not, yet t-, what date amnesty vill be, extended. It is not improbable that 11 prioi' to Dec. 31, will be ardoned. Jack Connors Knocked Ont, VICKSBL-BO, Miss., Feb. 24 -Joe Tausey of t. Louis and Jack Connors of Cincinnati ought lo a finish at catch weights, Queens- rules at Island 101, thirty miles from ere yestwday for a small puise. Connors knocked out in the eighth round. Broker Pell Secures Bnil. NiwYoBK, Feb. 24-Broker George H ell the alleged bank wrecker, secured bail est rrday and was released from jail. His mdsmen are his brother Charles, T. L. WORKING FOR THE SITE. Advocates of the Different cities laboring With tlie Congressmen. AKIIINHTON, Feb. was a busy day in congressional circles'. The world's fair people from New York, Chicago and Kt Louis, who are here in full force were busy all day -eciiriug pledges and votes nnd calculating Ihe strength of their respective cities on the lirst ballot when the ijucstion of site comes up in the house to-day. The New York held an informal meeting the hotel yesterday afternoon and lastms.lit to h fir and fuel Imoyaiit and conlldent of the final outcome and selec- tion of New York. They claim to be alile to show M) for their cily on the Bret ballot The Chicago men claim 100 or even more than this on the first ballot for the site; tho Ht. Louis people expect to show (W voles, and the Washington folks are calculating on about, -10 vote's. Koprcscnlative Flower gav-o a dinner to some of his New York friends among tho world's fair people from that city last, even- 'ng. Chauueey M. Depew, ox-Secret a ry Whitney, James W. Tappen, ex-ISemitor Mil- er, John H. Ktarin, S. V. II. and others attended the dinner and talked Over world's fair matters until quite a late hour. A Thirty-Nine Kmm.l WH.KKB-BAIIBB, Pa., Feb. 24. -John Aiken of Colorado and Harry (iilmore of Luzerno fought thirty-nine rounds nt Wyoming rounds, nine miles from here, earl v morning. Both men are lav and punished each other led I wrist was broken in the thin-, nd the fight was awarded to Ii won on the result. The Mirlilpri were aken to H farm house lor liviilnienl. lint, learning that offleers iveiv. -enrching for them they were taken by then- Irie.nds to purts unknown. A Fast young Man Taken His Own Life. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. Kushton until recently assistant cashier of the Far- mers and Mechanics' National lank, shot and killed himself Saturday night in a house of ill fame on North Tncli'lh street. He had forced to resign his positirm on iiccotint of dissipated hnbitu nnd for Iheiwhlfow i-eeks had been heavily. II is posed that nnd tlie effect of his debauch account for snioide. He was a young man. He was quiie popular in social and business cii HUH. assist the wants ol the siill'ering and snperin- tonrt the burial of the dead. O. Arthur, formerly Interested in In. t-'rprise, and John .McDonald, an owner of the lilneDick mine have .just, returne.l from the lloessoris divide, miles south of Ihe town where a view of (he dam i, has gone '.vilhoul ndonlil, Th" wHler con I, I be plainly L( upon in the stone work of the ditin wo.-, also plainly BUY ONE NOW, You'll not lui w mint IHT clinii to tlicin so clu-ap. ERIE STORE. The break in the ward leaving the in break was on the ot stimaloyet of 'nit the latter will r loss of life, u il h.iMt many families are Ii: in m narrow- canons. 'I he nuivsiif Ihe loss of Ihe I .1 tho excitement ami i is now anxiously the eaKt- (hat (he main 'ie. There can be no 'I lil'e im.I properly, inlo HID millions nnd d.iubl, will groat iii'; near (he si mini of the .lam has hclKht- news CARL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., CARELESSNESS CAUSED IT. The IMm RAN I Hiilll the Con- Mns jus! received ii I'uli Ii Hi' ill' rf th nt i ver, which t Johnstown. luetocHrele in-.-, mi- York coi'iioraliun Ihallmill it. The stone lilliir; wa, liadlv innlier nse.l was full advivil Hi- .liM'hai" e <.i'. liki- f.hut njm the New lone nnd the ii'.l holes Wiigner Hi" c.inlrncloi'Kand ngnieers, I th-m as worthless 'lit. thi-wMsnot how- evep-, acting on hU advice, sir ihe veal; places. Wagner named them the dam some of Hie work wan gone over and rectitie.l but, they would not l-sten him. Murder in u House. Feb. 'J4. A special from Wheeling. W. Va., says: A rnHier sort ol murder took plnre at Saturday William Lee anil Thomas Thornton, railrond hands, qunrrcled n Silhy'u Iwanling ho.i hit Thorn- Ion twiee and tliren h.-r. Thornton ay still ami after tb" n in the room discovered that he was aead. It is thought that death resulted from nervous shock. Fire lu ri C.imtl Hoiil. NKW YORK, Feb. Fire the cabin of UiBriiiiHlb.nl A. C I'han.iler. Iyin.rntlhe fool of We-t Siilv-lliv, night, severely linrne.l of whom die-l. The was I-III.M-.I l.y (he ex- thr! family of (.'apt. lint; iii Hi" .Minn, were lir.i had gained consid- Uaily innde heroic children nn.l received child, niov.'d nnd he was no 'ife could not be saved I he damage to the boat small. Orooats and Trouserings to any in tin- city, aii at [iriccH that will pay you to sun liini Daily who were not aroused until tin erabid headway. M efforts to wave bpj severe, burns. The was the last to bn r.l badly burned thai hi. Klectrlc Light H'orks Knrned. FKEETOKT, Feb. SI.-The electric light C''ty' a'''''allrl inrandesceut, insurance pjooo The treets will bo in darkness until the works rebuilt, which will take from two to three months. Their Saving, CANTON, O., Feb. ,nonths a party of Anslrians employed at Cher Valley mines lime been small quarters, and stinting save sufficient mone.i to brin-; tli.-ir wivos and families across the water. H that one of t.he nil the i-rry in selves to learned ...iibiT luiHi'iin away with the joint savings of Ihe company aim' to nearly .uuling LADIES! If you want, fin ami comrort- aljlc sliiK', with ;i lioavy solo. OIU! lli.lt will A Attempt at Kulcldx KW YORK, Feb. 'd lo leyer. pre-ident of oruiwny, and Theodore Squire. the Jlcyer Lighteraee An Old Man Attempts Suicide ASHLAND, Pa., Feb. 34.-Henry Pope old and respected citizen attempted suicide eovZ yHUfng, histhl'oat- He cannot re- cover. He has been in ill health for some in this city Snim-day. HeHtt mi Buicide in al last night and tore his throal m badly with a nail that the doctoi-s doubt recovery. A ItHkor rommlu Suicide. NEWARK, N. J., Feb. a4._Karl a i baker, aged jumper! from a Jersey Cen- tral ferryboat into the North River and waa drowned. He had recently discharged j by Ins employer. Barrett pair of D. Armstrong ,v Hand Welt, coinrnor. i -------'1 'hey will plca SULLIVAN SON, 218 Centre Street. Eight-Hour Day Meollnf. DENVER, Feb. 24.-Two thousand men at- tfinded the trades assemblies meeting in this city yesterday. Resolutions in favor of Un eight hour system were adopted. For Finest Wall PapeTcalTat Monroe s. EWSPAP.E.RS   

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