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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1890. B '.REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK r> T. Itof.l'll, M. u., A KKW RULING S all hinds of lilaaks the Mechanical KKW RULING MACHINE lor rulinji IE llie latent audition I- tment of Dunkirk Printing Company, i LEXANDER'S Coal and Wood Yard, 7IKi Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plan Jcpot. All grades ol Hani anil Soil Cold, Wood) Lumber, .Shinnies and Luth. leliv Correspondence lor wholesale IciU solicited. ALKX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Oat anil Steam Filler. Siiecml alUjntimi given to Samlary Plumbing. Estimates giTCn on I'liimlpiug, Oae Kitting. Btcam Heating and Hot Air Furnaces. 27 E. Third street HK. GIFFOKD, 22S and 245 Central Ave. Artistic Photographer, Instantancout Fhtjtojrmplis ol iiitbiea a specialty. Hltterb need not wmt for snnHhine except for Hn and .Surgeon Ollice over Lyvii'B Drujf Store. Residence, Central Avenue Telephone .No. II. Calls may be left at Lyon's. SPECIAL, ANNOUNCEMENT O ALKSMKN Wante.l al -1 Traveling. BigPav. Steady Work Stock Warranted. Quick Selfing Specialties omit llvpericaeo Unneceskary. JAH.E.WTIIT- V, Nuraymiin, liodicslcr, N. Y. ...nidiiDieil lor moderate Fees. Information Ailvice and special references sent on MO An- VANCB, allowed eae.l, month. SUwly employment at home or travelinif, uuvnniK, No BullCIt. I'uticedo ivoringand makiiigcolleetioas I'OHtii! Curds. Ail'ircas with NO. CHICAGO GKTS THE SITE. HER CHIEF COV1PETITOR BEATEN BY FIFTY VOTES. of Oo men Ktiimii BOOK BIXISBKY-.lAMEH IllVINO, Pro- prlelor, No. IB E. Second street, near Hltl- lalontreet, Dunkirk, N. T. Magazines, Mn- IH-, PamphlotH, bonn.l 111 all Htylen. pioraptlj BiWndcd to. All work gimrunujeil. nUICCHEK'8 CIUH KKKY HOUSE, 1) HOti Ceiitral tVvenue. Wholesale and retail dcalor in 1 lomostic China. Ulanswure, Ac. and yHAS. H. HAKitlM, 2it Central Ave. Uen- eral Innurance, Life. Auciileiit and Fire. [ore traveling insure vour lie in the old reliable "TruyelerH1." licul listato Agent. Ixtaus on property. CHAUTAUyUA UOTICL, per day. Livery and Hoarding Stable in connection. Victor Uider, 3% and 337 Lion a tree t. 1ITY BAKI1KK SUOF Chas. Naglc, Prop., Under Lake Shore National Hank, corner Center and Third streets. A line stock ol Koruign and Domestic uigars. :LLN te SON, J center street, Purticulur attention W to interfering horses. Shoeing oi road f trotting horses a specialty. KVKNtMO OIUKKVKK. Largest Daily in the County. Au unequalled advertising medium. f wish to employ a lew la.hes on salary lo tak, liirlt ny "l their homes L Kht, very Jascinatinjf and healthful, fin per week. Uelerence piven. Ooo.l part time. Address with si ION WALKKU. Loiiisvil MRS. f for Alt- mack pi I A MONTH can he ferrcd who can andKivi- whole urae to the buiintss. momt-ius ra.iy be proiit- -ibiy A few vacancies in town For Knit or Sale. UI1'i "ovo strcetfl. Neuly tittoi] up mm m line comlttion. Wi DUNK1KK ENGLNEKUING Formerly sollow Topple. Manufacturers ol Kiigmoa, I'ulleye, dhnfliiiK llniiKcrs. etc. ftuttirns, Forgings, Mauluuu Work loonier. X k UN K IKK SHIKT CO., 200 ami 2U7 Center street, MunufaeturerB the rCromwell" and "Dunkirk" jierlcct lilting ShirUt. On Hate in all limiting- furnishing, clothing ami dry goods IIOUSCH in Jumkirk, DF. TOO ME V, anil Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, att. Baled Ilay, Phos- ptiatoft, etc. Eetitbhahed, 1877. EKIE HOTKL and innintr Saloon, Union Depot. KIIHJ ACCOSB to afl trams and LiUis- inerfB houses. Best accommoilutumb for Com- opened the barber-shop in the Krie Hotel. He has ovory facility for Rood work, and c-istomers will Had iiu good place to go for shaving nnd hair ci.tting the Liquor Habit, Positively sKcirra. lood, vlthoiit the knowledge of'theper- It IB absolutely harmless and will Address In conflden-e, i SPECIFIC CO.. 185 Race St.. Clnclnnitl.O- C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MAIS ST., HUKFAI.O, N. t. DKAI.Klt IN Clock., Silverware, Leather Etc. VINO. aOLO 4 SIL ,'BK PL A TING A COMPLETE LINE OP HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STKKKT, Oppoeite Iroqnois Hotel. hum, Chipiniin, Clark L'tiKKswt-ll, Cole-man, Comstxick, Conger, Council. Cooper, I Cooper, Craig, Crain, Cidlierson, iTcxnM. Cutt-heon, Dalzell, Diirl ngt-pn, Dolliver, Dorsey, Dunnell, Evans, Kwnrt, Finley, Fithian, Flick, Foreman. Finiston, (icar, Gest, ttiltord, Gi-wnhiilge. (irosvcnor, (Jrout, Hall, Hans- bningh, Hare, Hnugi-n, Hayes, Hayncs JJentlerstin, Hciulcrson, Her- uiiiii, Hill, Hitt, Holman, Hopkins, Houk, Kelly, Kennedy, ICi-rr, Lacey, La- Follettc, laiip, l.anliam Liiwler, Laws, Ix-wN, l.ind, Martin, ilnd.l, Mason, McClel- lini, Mi Cod, McCdi-ini.-k, McCrcarv, McKen na. Mck'iiiley, Milliken. Morgan Morrill, O'Neill, (Muss Owen, (Ind.i. Owens, (O Parrett, I'u "sun, I't-nillclofi, I'ei-kins, IVtt-rs. Picklcr, Post, 1 ugvley, Ray. Rife, Korku ell, Kowcll. Scranton, Scull. Sen, j, iihiM-ly, Smith, P. Smith, (W.Vn I, .Siny.-er. Snyiler, Spooner, Sjiriiiger, Bti-phcu-o-i, si ruble. Sneem.y, Taylor, Taylor, nViiiu. K. [i. Taylor, J. D Thr.mas, Thompson, Town- Send, -il'ol 1.1, TowmeiKl, Tur- ner (Kun.i, Turpin, Vaudeveer, Van Wnlker Wallace Whicler Whiting, Wick- hnm, Williams Wilson Wilson (Wash Yodei-Total, l.'iT. For New Baker, liauk- Bunks, Kni-iiPs, Beckwith, Belilen, Mergcn, Hlunchard, Blount, Hoatner, Jireckcnridgi. Browne linnmcr, liiichaiian (N. Buclmiiiin (Va.) Uuckulew, Hiiun, Campbell, Candler Cnrlton, Cute, dunces, C'larke Clement-, Covert. Ics, C'risp, Cummings, Delano, Dibble, Dingley, Dunphy, Kdiniinds Elliot, Fanpihar, Fitch, Flood. Flower, Fow ler, UcK-t'iiliemer, trrimes, Harmi-r, Hender s-ou (N. C.I, Herbert, Kprr (Pn.l, Ketr chani, Kuapp, J-chltacli, Lodge, Magner llaish, Martin, McAdoo, McCarthy McClamrny, McMillin, McKac. Miles, Mofflt (N. Moore, Muk-lil, Nut.-, (J'Xi-ill, Payne, Peel, Penning ton, 1'crr.y, Pierce, Price, Quuckenlmsh liaiues, Ueillv, Hichardson, Robert- son, Rowland, Russ-cll, Sanford cr. .-herinun, Simontls, .Spinola. Sttihl- -ai.-er-. 'i'iutnan, Traccy, Tucker, fii.i'i'r. I'lu.i, 'J'tiriipr. (N. Y.l, Venulile, AVail.icv. (N. Y Washington, Wheeler! Wili-y. Williciisim, IVise, Vardloy, .Speaker Heed. Total 107. For iJiwkinridge, Ci-cl.rane, ii.lne, Flunk, Uootlnir'ht, Hatch. Heard, JiaiMir. Mills, Montgomery, Neid- ;haus, Norlon, O'X-il, Stockdale Sioae, Tarsney, Walker, Wilson, Total For Brown Joinptun, De Haven. Uihson, Hemphill, Hooker, Ix-e, lister MeComas, O'Fer- Rusk, Skinner, SU'wart (Oa.) Stewart Tc-c.l. Stockbrldse, Stump, Wilson (W Va Total, 18. Vi'hui tln> speaker anuouuced the result the Chicngoaus cheered, and amid uproar the house adjourned. Washingtiin was due to thn maming of the southern democratic congressmen in fa- vor of Kt. hoiiis and ('Im-ago, and that poli- tics entered very little into determining the act. Northwest, aud remote (-st were bfiimd to have it and they got it. THE ALBANY POLITICIANS. How They Received the Disappointing News from Washington. ALBANY. Feb. Governor Hill received the details of the ballot on the world's fail- bill in, fast as they wore received by wire. At 5 o'clock, when the sixth ballot was announced, he remarked that "it was gone." When the Hnnl result was announced h, seemed greatly disappointed. When asked later to express an opinion upon the subject, hesnid: "1 do not care to say anything at present. It is too delicate a mutter for dis- cussion." Lieutenant Governor Jones said; "There is u possibility with such a small majority that the senate, by voting for New York, which 1 believe they will, will overbalance tbe objections to New York, and they will agree upon that city in conference and in open session. Stnator Henry CoggeMmll said: "I think the senate will repudiate the action of the house. Jly idea is that they will agree on Washington and settle the matter that way." enormous howl Unionist alliance, designed (o oppose every- thing which promises to benefit Ireland or Ihe Irish. It is true, however, that the lories am making mi immense nmount of party capital out of the matter, which though apparently harmless, is none the less K'vat mistake on Ihe part of Ihe Liberals and Nationalists m the present critical state, of affairs. Every available spot in the north iuisiou of St. Pancreas, where an eleetio will be Mm-ch 4 to fill the vacanc "Hiist-d by the succession of Mr. Cochran, Buillee to the peerage, is covered wit p.ncanls iu the imprest of both parties, eac its version of the of th im-neii commission, lii addition to these alliches the Tori-., have caused the circulation thousands ol' hand bills denouncing th Liberals for h.-u in.; cut-red into an agree ith the 1'arm-lhte.s pledging th Liberal to tin- of measures de to throw the, Irish schools into th, huudsof the Catholics. A TIIEATKK'AL CENSORSHIP. The London county council has succeeded in covering if.self wilh ridicule by its advo- of a bill to establish a censorship of th( to which authonty shall Iw submitted previous to their presentation, all plays iu i public. Should this board decide adv, mitted to it, it i- i-selv prop, ipon any play sub- that subseijiiem presentation of the uoik in any form be regarded a.s a misdemeanor punishable as the bill presenlws. In to thin the lull proposes I hat all actors and actresses i.lmll be bcensetl by eensorshlp, otheruisB may Plot Imrsue their calling, the extent of the opposition to su.-h a meas- ure and the slim chance of its seiious con- sideration mny be readily imagined. Huence do Speaker pet-tad." commissioner, pnniioKvl Mr I -amplpi-ll) Willioutaulllorily; sec.pn.l, (hat Mr. Camp- Ipell seereily from thetlU-snt the i'olllliiission n list of questions I hat Inid lieen llunl in the OMiiniimti.pii of ixteitionsiiiid gave tlmmtoa i.si m the rKinsion preparing for who .iirneil them over to Mr piin of Uielvy institute of this Uiird, lh.it thc tlon nf 'uinplu-ll wa's call.-d I" Ihe ill- I1 of Com. iinr InM-sii- ,'alo it; fourth, that Issllll n.saelerk, It Is lurl her charged that ilssion has In, of the rules about ivsiills in violali.iu ol the law Charges made thai by collusion have ecu made in uolation of the merit .svslcm lid favorites have secured places wilh iference to their iiuiilnieati.piis; that rela- if olllcersor Ihe. Inve attached edge of the secrets of sciialors and rcpn..... without compensation and m direct of the law. Mr. Kwall slated lo the commilt, had Koue lo the ollice of the commission and asked the privil..... minK Hie papers in Ihe Shuly o.i-'e the secretary alter commissioner prh ilege and he requested liave them prodnccilso thai lie which he deemed The .....elmg then adjourn lock to-morrow nheii I be will lie continued. CENTS Daisy Sewing Table ONLY 88 CIS. lol wl.il.. nsls. the BUY ONE NOW, v llml hi- lhe- "T i-xain- llll.l Ih.ll V.IIII illf. bun i-oiniiiilti-i- 'isiill.iiiii.v in inloriniil Jim THE NEGRO QUESTION. Cardliuil Glblioim llt-t-lm-e, fli Is llu-li- I' Itt-llgo ,iinal BAI.TIWOIIK. has Ijogiin ill lhi--.oli.riiiiliij.il of Latin w-riiiiiiis. Tin- larKe ami uil.-niiM HnlliniDi-i- i-iiilii'ili-iil ill You'll not to jjel I hem ERIE STORE. prat "'V, lull Ih.' "f 'I.....imlm.il nl Mini to l.-ll, pn-ju-l i.l An Advance lo Ktihber. NEW YORK. Fob ffi. -A dispatch received m this city by a prominent nwrnntilo house in regard to the rubber market ivacl as follows "A further minimi ptac-ein niblK-r, bntb in Para ami in lakon '1'he Para iJi-ii'e is now equivalent to SOVPII (.puts por pound lamlfid in Nt-w York I'cir new line rubber from tho islands anil Ihere is no stock for sale, iwejpts very light jn holders aru nuw asking thirty-nine pem-e." Clarke Mimt HARRISBCRO, Pa., Feb. 25. Goyernor Jeaver has declined to further interfere in the case of George Clarke, the Greene county murderer. Clarke will be hanged on Wednes- day, the 28th inst n-oin tha I'luiitl. NEW YORK, R-h. is that H. S. Van Bui-en, pn sidu.it of th.- pi-ase i-oinpHiiy, nnd wei-e at :pmx. Ari., when the disa-ter at the dam iinort, ami aresafn. Mr. Vmi Huron's UCH-C, Jliss llHnlon, VVrilmil Gr hut was The this city do nut thiiii: tlic main dam was car- jrodooo ay' wi" not eiceed rove olTlciaLs in DI-icliKrged from nil Asylum. NEW YORK, Feb. A. H. Rogers, ex-deputy street cleaning commissioner, was before Judge Lawrence and a jury in ti-e supreme court yesterday on his own petition for discharge 1 rom "Ward's Island, where he has been confined some time as an insane man. After hearing evidence the jury de- cided Col. Rogers suneand he wasdischarged. Kun and Kllltul. GIJSNS FALLS, Y., SuMnttoy afternoon K. W. a citimti of Olons a-jiil S-t years, H-IUS struck liy arajiiilly muriiif; hor.sc and thrown to thu ground. He died Saturday. Uc-forc- ilyiiiR he exom-ruti'd the driver from ing it was an uniivoidalilc aii-iilcut. Ho has sons and other n-liitiviM residing in the West. The Veterans Mint go Kliewhere. NEW YORK, Feb. term of the supreme court ileniileil that the Veteran asRociation of the Seventh pannut compel tho offlf-ors of txj allow the awociiitioii tho use uf a mom in Iho regi- mental armory. Tin- c-ouit holds that thu building can be used onl> for the armory and drill purposes of the He Knifed the rlothlor. BOBTON, F-b, C. Merchant, colonil, of Cambridge, quarreled with Nathnn Cohen; proprietor of a clothing store at !K) Knnelund street, about the of a coat. He cut Cohen badly near the heart with a razor and iujurefl Simon Cohen and Lynian Crown. Nathan Colieu will probably die. Merchant was arrested. Tin- New Mag. WASIII-.-IJTOS, Feb. Secretory Proctor has issued an order directing that the field or union of the national flag in use in the army and navy consist, aftt-r July 4, of forty- two white stars in six rows of seven stars each iu a blue field. To Re-Survey Ihe BoundHry. EAHRISBDRG, Pa., Feb. A commissiou has been appointed, headed by Wayne Mac- Veagh, to act with a similar commission ap- pointed by Delaware to re-survey the boun- dary between Pennsylvania and Delaware. Thfl Interxtate Lnw. WAHHIXGTON, Keb. PaddocU in- troduced in the senate an amendment to tho interstate commerce law, granting the com- mission power tosuspenrl temporarily the long and short haul clause by reducing the rate anl1 for long haul whenever there is a depression in the market for food products. nvid of lorpnlpn i-isi-niid mildc i-vi-n vinnl I., In- The iviis '-I'.-iiiiiii in Mlmv mil (luriiiKiliP hiuh mass. Heftii-i. Iho KPi-nuni bons iim.l.-iin tn l hi- i. iK'llllIf of lil.llllll eiiiiiu-iiit- ti-iiiinili-.l hi, h.-uri-rs pliance wilh UK- rouncil of Haltinion-an li., tnlii-n in ln-lialf of first Sunday in In all rhun-h the- count i y. "Tilt-re arc- said his in s.-i-ioiis li-lli to tin- tion of this pmlilfin, in my ju.l uilll, found in Christ soi of tlii-.-oiintrv, if ivporls' n-lif-ion hn.s I'etichtsiii, Js cnlirclv of all anil race an- imtnralh iin-li--i! pie. They iiru kind, alfi-i Slllimissive Ui iililliuril y, and towards the nnd (In. powi-r lo do prais... By and instruction tln-y aiv. Sii iisofnl eli-inwit in u g.-n.-rous rcsn'insi to the of cardinal Itlll'I.H ill (lift..... Cr.IFTOV. N.J., Pel, li trat-ll sloppy First, raii; .s r A very scmi.d, tlnrd: Inn, Second race, 7'a fin T.-lli.- EiiRicuood secoiiil, C.-ilcralhiiil; time Third rm-e, I mil.-: Can't. Tell Fourth race, thr> Hindtm I Swil'1 first, third lime Fifth race, .stcrliij, second, UnudllKU Ihird; lime Kixth rnt-e, I! i.-il fir-t, YOUIIK SK-ond. Jtod third, JttliinerK at N't-iv NEW Oltl.KAVJS. Fell. First rm-e ves- tcrday. Si; furlong: Ludy iilackhui u lir-t. Friendless second, 'J'onnnv K Lined- linn. I Ml. Second race, .1 Vatt-l lir-t. Olympia second, Vo-icnii thiivl; Tliird race, Jfoim P. second, Sjivcii. third: tim.. Fourth ra.-e, I mile: liudrle, Chin ch- ill Clark second, Harry Ireland third; Hl-t-.retary WAHin.vfiTov, Tracy returned yesterduy from I'liilaijelijliia where be for the few llidividiiiil inspection of Cramp's shipyards HealsopHi.la VIM! to the now hi the yards nnd awaiting which her j-uns. GAOL SCHAUER, 59 East Third St., SPB J ani terin Ml '11 to Jiliy 111 (li i you tost-i' liiui ,-ui ll LADIES! ;L lllitl. lir-avy Hole, Will A Kallroutl ATLANTA, (ia.. Keb. that the Florida Sontlieni and (he .VOUl'li'f-l dr, air uf D. Aiinstroiio A- Ilfinil unced j Atlanta '1'licv will )i-asc ____ To Reorganize tile Land Office. WASHINGTON, Feb. senate com- mittee on public lands has rejrorted an amend- ment to the bill to reorganize tho land ofllce, providing that their shall be eleven chiefs of division at each. la railroad t-oinpanii-s have made a working agreement, wheicby. withtuel.iiilij. ing of a line fioin Yatesville, through ti-pina to PaT klxty 'iays AtJuiitn Tnrenlr Mrn Klllml. HAHBUHB, Feb. iron t-uivda of an ing iu its ruin-, thirty-eight workmen.' Twenty have been taken out dead. SULLIVAN SOU, Centre Stre ci. Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monr lEWSPAPERr
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