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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, TUESDAY, MARCH NO. 2.5 REPRESENTATIVE QSINESS HOUSE? OF DUNKIRK M fi ntlinjr nil kin i- f M int ll 1 itt t i i i t i tlit Mt f iMmkiik I'inttn f 'H ALF ini'l ii 1 Cfiituil NnUl itj J pOt Ml of Iliri ml n U W r Itiutt J'toH laffirniali n t, nn t  l f unut I- ttuij. MIJLIII H'litlllK I llm 1 utiint >m >itl( i- I i HH 22; i 1 f LI r i' If t- '1 t I'll H S I Ml ntc J i wit -i turn-tin j ll b I itlOK BINIIKKV h i.nit.i. N I-1 M in ui i" li .strt.l P nikii. S Mi )Ii i v I n i M is i I, I "I" I "II IM "rl. Th p. ni i li I to All 1- K" i ii He! i ti ill i! s f ri'.A inn sr If (is nti ii ivin i Wi 'i linil ii till ill ill r III I I H lunil i i, Innti til ii i S: I >H' H IliUitIS >_1 t cull ,1 i I ill in I i i i I lit lin ll-ii- UiA( 1AI ijl IIDTKl I 1 ll-I ll) u III 11 III. Mil ll ,11 1011 M t I I.I ll i I 111 I 1 I II Bill tt I! K -HOI' I 'I IS S K I IP -r I ki s t N ,1 n I I t I t I, i I tl.ts V In i KI t uli 1' II I ll 1-1 t i in rMi, i ir tin i 1) i- IN Ml VN( allovudtmlimunth IIMIIK nt nt lionn. ir So n >l unlH II 1, A( o, i oini H8H wall I wish to (iniiloi a few ImliPfi on sulmy inki I di) liunimiF) nt th, ir li nut B I lUit yirj IiimnatlllK an I iKiillliflll Itlftu UK frivtn (jii I ny Im pint nn A.lilriHa uiiii nt nip MAH MAI KFK, luniHvilla, Ky N'lllll (II _____ f rrulvrho n furnish .ihiirsi ind tlicir'wl'lok nn I i llu liiisin ss S, trim iminlsmiy bi piolii ily .in] cy I ilso A fiw v ic muis in i, HIS iilut II 1 JOHNSON CO, M, n 11 Kulnmm I, Vj. WAMTD-An irtut n in on S iTiry I, le minently repri cut tri'Asso i u i r t ,1 I s p, Iy il, opiriuiri] ml I, aid jl! kintl, if irt ills fin M jin I nn usi met li sin il] i v t yvn yiil tt ''i I, TIL HO mm memlKini 1'u 1 n i ts 001) in lash rt IU wnl r i t i ,11 nsi c Jimpin Co inratiM "is 1 on 1 nk Box 610) N Elders' Btmuirth, nuUl I a aWet, ea SPRING 1890 1 M lllisl IU 1 li I sl ll i h in I I mih A nn, il 1 i hull i i, "U I i I -INKIKlt 1-Ni.lM i I f h, ui ,r y n I l1 >1 ,1 i nl i sl Km llm i- i 1 'I "'I r !t i, u I M I I t U ilk I ill F, D, MATTESON I vi >K1KK sll! i Ci t nit IU 1 Uni.s h rn i il loin nj. ai I 
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  • iil Iliitiul JliilKK al I, in tint f Knssi i liy; at in in il f ins l i siuj )l t ill thi li lllll The J'rrultei it Allhnfi s III tht h use of 1 n 1 last i yen n, Ihi M( i pus of Sal shut} plied that ans i it Inn n, n Iiul iisstitnns nmdi In M I il ni with tin i ui llll us if Ihi a I il Is s ill u in Ihe 111 n so f loiinni is piesoil iistint ns i ulil ill In i hvil tint hi 1> 1 u itiiKd l ui Sii Di htini I n inn 'iiublniL. 1 orrl S mi i set ti entoicim nl ot tin i t u n n y li x is'ap. Pi ihyn win I linn iSnM-hm nsi t niiii nt with tho U i I n: lili i I At sr K i i im n i n n [I lh mill ill ol the pjyiimmnt hid sulh J ti d justm 1 m, an ml i y i As 1 i ol did n t u u ti nth snljifl of his l nt v. he id tint It reft l l d to n pi i p s d l< in IK y t th I i in if ilos Hi m 1 i n isually n the t I'yyay stall n find b nl uith i the ioi i i it 1 ll Fi I i ibv ll nil lit 1 n 1 Il s Ul I ll 1 l I Sill 1 In In I It t h n y i si 1 i i u l lit uns ib Hit til i i I l 1 l I S m i themunb, is d h, u nil Inn i I li I i lint r. n 111 ns nilllllltlllilliaH t U) i il it I ut it h v I utttili in illi mil li h I m d it un, e his 1 ty t ill, i n t th. tat m nt-------------- OH 111 is h I h 1 tli it lh y isn t "etinn- G. riimiu a line i t' n i, H th i yy i n I ly i nl n m Pi in i Vni h I Hie i tuuis i f tho ro- ll nn i an I ,o id I u h hut n uli t n i t I ill 1 h i ill I n i IM I i t n ne h nsi ul hll th s in le n uhtoi its m th i i li t (ill II sll IB n ith nty tl in ilh i i l n 1 m n n il 1 in HIM li il us I illin i iitic 11 1m, lum fni einiH in li, I 111 1 mis il u ti i ni i mi I II s i nt v M S ii] th, I i t i i s i iini' i i tiy li i] i i il il N iti n Ih shail 1111 ilh Iiii I UK paper iMil i I III 1 'iti Scant I h le-' (all, ,1 llu li isln inn hi m, y i il i, s f I M all u II i thin with xtiaits th n nhi li Ai hi ish il h h I din i 1 w- v IliMliniiml .ilni......Ill, I h y i I li i il i i i- i! IN M i h 4 -4t Hi i I muni Hi, m n, i Im, I 1 i m I lh tin s i dly n in i i nl if lh, i, nit of Ih s mil il ab m n il I I 1 ill i i i m I I i 1 i i m "i I'll t lie i h iilll inpltnl ofli it i ii i II y yy i i i i i ts i i i, 1 1 In 11 t is st n I (spiiull) I i n n I tl it h y I1' 1 ''I i hi illy li I Hum at tl lmls.il I i tl hll in] luh h 1 n" l th syi nl 11 nty mists yieii, (hair's yyil I ill I y I y I i III' __________ till yiltll n M n i sii i it u I I n i ftom 1 1 lln ii 1 n is l In 11 1 -111 pulillsh isol snn I SKI In MI i 1 l III il ,i 1 I i In s I, I mi urn th it lh, t tl l tin i! sim tinJ, "I Hi liv In nn Mi siuil that then? ns no OM in thi i is. to s-how that sin h boi was us 1 it tin i h lion I unliiii, luilhor ih'biiU the holiii at r> p in ifllon of the Semite. WAMIIM.IIIN Maiih -1 senate In si, lit s, s-sion aft, ration IK 11 h tin him to tbo consuloi til ion of tho n miiiatnnif llem> C Ui be i )l ot i ust, ins nt New Oi linns Mi Uolph who iipuUd the nomination fi im the on mid, n sp, pili m di fiMiMi of All un 1 snul that tho lonmnttoe litul not found tlu i ha s mate him Louisiana Kipublii ins yi 11 founded Mi Eustis led the oj] isiti, n ii tlu (onHimation rostmp; liistiiM' piiin ipnllj on tho lexoul nimln by Mi th yy ht n he was goyeiuoi of 1 oi isiana lu n Mi hustis be n I I II u n lull living tlu I I dl 111, t unit-1 s at till ji I I 1 III l s mi illb Us I i i i I lh p, isi ms of the 1 I i si, sl itnirf (bat at the s in N yy N oik m i s f s t i is il lull nils t iki n I in opi siti m to 1 ,11 I (he bill n n 1 op ill I n L l f i th hon I In M ii i n i i t mi nt (h ul i in nf t i i Sn M] In 1 Jh 1 i h i 1 Hi HI it w as di i I t i 1 I il i i i i n 1 i i n an 1 tli It u i mil i ht t i jii it i u i ll i i ilh nt a0 unst th u t iti u il ii tl (i t inti Hi i 1 lilt ti n (nip i Ala h V yy in p it fin 1 t ilny uil'i II i ii I i y of I i "i I 1 i Si l IK i i y I I i 1 hi l! i i it 1 i, I il I i i l M mpi n i i hn, j ll I I I tl ll 1 sy stt 111 t lllsiy, hui ill n I lh, ptess l i m, e, i s ill hay, n 1 ill, i st I tin n i il i t a im f il lin i uny sj i, ml i ntl dneition n u I h I Ish ulil le I lit t i i 1 n, ns h 1 n t us 1 im i i i in ihtii il and i I li tli to I tli unit y u y, als nuiU i uilh in tins d tho publu tlebl mtliout nomination (.ouih med to 1-4 A lony; list of othei s laktn up and couth inwi i as >n I In li o Aott o( tonnntiti JDS READY FOR BUSINESS Salloml IIHEIIO Men nt illlOstfll IlltOllttollll. Mai oh dty is full of hasibull men and is iinxionsl) yyaitlnj? to we what nil! be done by the li Tin si hiiiiuleioniniittio belli a nieot- m tlu Id, 1 house l day but what yyas d nu has not bu n dly tlltfc I It is hinted h, (hit n tmihlb schnllllo wn.s mli pie I 1 i ilhtilmxl seludnle wus lull lui ue the unmiltto by Piasuhnt Null N yyh i hud le" iy ed it from fcniMtaiy Hiuiull il Iho I 1, ague, but no attcn ti m was pul lo it The IIUKIIU f> Uedule yyill be mad up just the same uslf tbe bioth h 1 had no i nn It is pi etty n oil set tlidthit tl i, no leiluition in the niimbi i ol lln i lulls Ibe loiipic i in int this s a on I'lesldent liinshof Iho in tho Icnguo thiH It nmi lw that the alteinoon and yy hem asked by n itpoitti if h hid an} intuit! in of silling >ut his learn h, sai 1 1 liny e not I shull M i- asi n if any of tin m do lull ihoid mil be liaidu with nilli Un lubs lint 1 ilont feel lli sa, nil, niK m> noyv foi so ue 1 i K i 1 I hay i n B md i hib- one th it mil s an 1 u, II up in tlio iu and I don t int, it up I in is the siasoii alxno all h, i s ih it In linnnpolis to In in tho 1 no pposltlon oiu jioople nn i illnisiaslii and th, induati ins ai( that ue w 11 hui tin b st s, iison eyel known Ibis is ally t tk, ll as Iii ush s tillfll nn y i It yyas i nmoi, il that 1} ttoit yvould make until i 111 n t to I n ak mtxi the tit this mi In, but thus fin no one 11511, s, tnat uty his put in nn appiaiame it is t s in that th, i o is no MR. UBJLCTS. HE CLAIMS THAT SPEAKER HUSTED DID HIM AN INJUSTICE A Iltf-lv lilt Ilttniin the Spcuki i and the Di mm ml Ir I OKI I'd I tloll lot Itiillot li. lui M] slu-i linn Not Alluyv, ,1 lu Kltxk tlu Alhlt Hu- th UtMetteil Htlll lllllft llltlotlllll <1 Al BAN Mnuh 4 In tin 1 uimnini ms t nt lo present n [K'tltioii Ml Snllnan objit too !at miidi up oL "iilxHI n i in s in tin oi of ballot iiloim niismill llll Mi Hamilton 1'ish, li in the ilinir pitition nai olTwinl Mi Husteil mi thn flooi Tie Mi Mini Hint in (be name of ovc i i MIS il nil i oiulltlons nn 1 s he pi tlic petition Mi Sullivan anil Mi linn ut- U to tilt l ohjt i lions, Mi tun n Uwl thai tho IM t Ition wtniltl nUil nt Iho n it, I IH I it ion f i oin t ho In I ue (hi disk and yy nil I bo tlu t lose of tbo sessi m as icqmi nilt F luitoni int n loyyn the aiRle amid pilbll, ans Mi Shiehnn nas besiile Ins seal in the uisli and mis pushi 1 d inn iht nisi the luaieis ot tin. p litim II, piot'' dei nil nn; lh it tlu l uli s nt le lit y 1 >la and that hi ol Ixi (lit ttiihi ot the jm tltion He tl, mantloil n m on H p, int f 01 loi All thih tune hi nilh olilig, ,1 to m ne ,1 mil at ol pi till ,11 IKUII is 1 ho liulUv dull iiunt was linalh tli ]Misiti d in tin wtllilllio hmisi j ht n Mi h in r, tin nod to tin tioit to ubtani a u i In the ,1 i u n y-. h it, y 1 ill 1 Is II in, 1 n i ast i n t lub i >nl I lie soi uud sul i di le, ni lik tint in mil h iy i tyyilN. lull I Itilt liilti in le is Hi onl> (1st, in i il thai yyoulil Ix im, llll In jj f I t n t x( In, im u h loi iis and I hi 5 ai, in Ih, At lull lui-iie Ui slil) i i I -I I I M >ll Stl 1 1, M u hs t t i mil d in tn i II list i i In i n pi, ttstin, i i si tl j i u Diinknk I mil nit si 11 v -ti t II ere in 111 IU S i it u I n, ml I l.eal 1 "Hi "II i i -i i in i I it-At -I'l it I ir i i i u ttlli t Spring Hat, Saturday, March 1st a inuui r I u i 1 J w Del! and See Them t 1. p il iln t t i 1 i L i i oi re n 11 ill li li i lam Iitu u t is 1 i Sll ill llll llllli lit 1 II it hi lid till) t il il h ins, ml inif, ti t 1 abused Ml F l h it III it the I uu llll s h 11 1 t i til I. 1 Mil 1 111 Ijlllll ill, p II III s l l I t< I n t p i Mi (.11 ist n, hlil Mi it ilili u.li m sum s ns tin ]iul, I I i II t n I tn k< i i in (nt i i 1 i till t a ma nh Ih linn i ill 1 ll I n i mid, i i ti iti n i 1 y ii uhl fon II i tllliu i il i I h i i y th i li u i t i v.ill un sul i i i p i i i i ihj ic, tin t ursc i I th h s is md st Hi ,1 1 that n hm i niili nl d an mist lh I in lit n lh il h Int 11, n ilhi m I I y i t i It i u I In i st 11 1 IK i u n 1 ll u n 1 n 1 M ir I th, n 1 h I, i 1 s, I I 1 In int pmci on All 1 (1111 li s sl ui 1 i ii I ii yy l i tlu-y f I ill t 1 tm 111 i 1 nl i i 1 ll iln tin t Us i y it i l u Mil I i s, i y i i i In i lu I li I It m as me n to a kll ny 1 th 1 l P m, i il ibh i nis t l I t I f lh( si, p s d Ihnl its I I In d Is n c In ts I i bt llll uitii. 1 I 111 aim n Inn nt t I isi lint r I ifcl II l I Kin I i .n ibh f il I l.entli nil lull (in I it to IhtM HUann-. i 1 i H. dei iril Mar in linnl iiK I'm i 1 'n 1 EUUOLPn MOI OEVII VI I K or I lili I t" I I, l S Uciltr in laniiiiti, Mu I i B.II ll'IK 5 our idt i ISLES 4 CO J, 7 ,nl I 1 I U'KAV 1 It lit sll 1 S I n d r I unilv runkenness, Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Curer- RV ADMINISTEKINa DR. HAIIES' OOIDEN SPECIFIC, li can be given In a cup ol coffee or tea, or in ar deles of foof, tho k ntnt ledge of the per- 61 n Inking It: it Is absolutely harmless and w.11 effect i permanent epeeilj cine, whethet the pat ton tin a modeiatedi inVoroi an alcoholic Wlttk NEVER FAILS. Wo GUARANTEE a rt mpletet me in v instance 48 paccbooS PRPP Ailih in (oiiflilen e, IJ SPECIFIC CO. 185 Racf St.. RO Lion -.Uitt nini iln. 1 I ii i ir lux. s'ii. nl, "ir tilling li. the in u will tc in-- _ __ J VI in tpnttr strtct jniilir ir Musiial lu-ti inn, nn .mil S.IMIH> Mat i me Utiniki ispimn if l rst en il Pun wuu I r A- Ort, i LiAV. J. !OI Ciiitinl UTP O i rot, niral m t ami Uuil I "t lit Aj.ent 1 ti Uiniint an I i MO, ii Insuring. I'l unlit I'.enlnin L n tn I nj m.l s. 111112 I.PK! I- -i i i m C. JONi-S, I y> t Thntlnt., ror Di-cr Etoclsior Meat M-i kit 1-ri.ili, pnil Smoked Meats, Lard, Ujstws am! Poultry _ _ _ r ATtHES, JBWKLlOr. Buy the Aurora Rinlroa 1 W iu h lieiiairing n spemltj Franl. F. staiif. 'o K Thinl st SIOCKKB, Merchant Tailor, J16 Centra) Avenue E W SPAFLkfl fi C H 1 V E -Hr -tTT C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 304 ST, KUFFVLO, N V v DEALER IN mm Clocks, Silverware, Leather I to. KA ING GOLD SIL VKR PL A T1KQ A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 304 MAIN STltBET, Opposite Iroquois Hotel, GENERAL FOrtlGN NEWS llu lolifs Only 111 ills ill Mi I It 111. I lls 1 V ii, I 4 ll lh ill 1 ill p lit I ill 1 Mi nl y n it inm, iis in [ill 1 sill i nssumiil 1 y Nil 1 i h I i I, 1 yy th p, nts tn, li In t t mist ol tin- a th t s M ,tn s as y oiu 1 by Iho alt i i y ,i i t 1 i 1 h u 1 iln lls iy III 11 U JK int lioyyiy, i by a-1 n nl i u t n y lintl ili> Live Stork Miirket I.AST B HAIO Match I (.Mill lota! fin lh 1 sl u mtnis li in sii ill ti HI OL tin. niri ton I I) li mi uiililho home suhstitutf thu I i Jli-M-, i Ii ii hum HP, T D tin oil in s of 1 inn i 11111 tu nnl lit mey 4 'l h ul H'l I us, n i, 12 liils l l iiii ii ii'tttd nn I M irkpt strjn, t.xti i ixpoit st er tooscnpi th pin-h n i t ins, n nyyith 84 b lu S' the mitoiuns i' nil n Iiiul i'i k t iniliil Jjl tin th iilu SM 1 jo ittK s oftkmls ii t out i t u p qi s j v j vist'nt Ml dill I H M h i u is bill-IP yMlLyMLs r til re pts f i tha ll h 11 'n lij i- hii i Ij do of In Mi ruli then priini'i 10 if Uu mi'tti ot tint i itn m is i It PII sery e thf pin p( se ol sii, n i thi I it ills 4J i, no hi irt 1 b uuo The llu unon 11 p Sl HIM s All Mai h 4 C but En gnu l St nil u ami his paity of m I] ind sin y, y j! s i i h, 1 1 lu m mill of I) in moil tl i t U 1 i ni s In loyy this plac Mai ih 1 J y, i y on in th, pai ly is yyt 11 and no si i IOUH l nt ol any kind h ts haj pi mil sinie that if Ih ti ,1111 lui Nn is Inn 1 'J he tup hum h tin di mil an in ol oku ulo yms n, il nnitli (In ig, i ami excttuiK nt but ha-s unso lai siKKsftil in wa} fJno 10 it yyits 1 t yyhilu 1 ttlug it d nyii a fall bill i, I nils in it Alt, i tint tlu iliuflioit- iiiuin ll ll tbi II cl ,li ti'd tin pnitj liiumim, ic rnjn 1 Ilislij Ihi, MI Hit of hi-, boat (ml Ins lifn lyu Id p( him nut ll ho yyns pi ltd up fmllui doyyn A .ud i n l is, if U n 1( tlu tb 11 i last yyock im! lh lyyo liys i ult. tin UK nairoyv i 11, i, il i 1 u t ol lh, (anon y 11 y i I h I m ill m health and lib, h i f i f, yv days to i tie s ij ly o t n isi n In foie gonif; lai tint sell and i list d (he point of ot It i thut pi'liliiuis should hi' pitstiiltil lli iluk, nnd it 1 hi lose of tlu w ssiou, an 1 mil} n unanimous t oust nt He nppinlod f mm the H tion ol tbi (hull in [wtnion i llnsUil, hid iisnni, d Ihe ihnn sai 1 the p, lltlou had n it n u i IM I mill nnull bt until tl si of (lit st s si.n, whintlu lei k yyonld pu nt it m, to llu inhs At pitstnt il yyius on Mli II ml ol the house Mi sin i him wtlil that Ml Pisli nlit n lu the hail bnd i u in i's Id .iMi Corsets. Wai IK i's 01 iliiic Coi sets. s Slioiiltlcr Hi ace, (lo: lui K s'lioiil- >ii I suppol C. P Fiuu-li Cois, lot ii ft Coninion Sense OIM ts, (our Stiiiuliu d 'Plionipson's Fitting Coi sets (for ease nii.l t mnfoi Moia s AhlincCorsets, (lor of BouileeV Duplt.X Coi sets (llu ti led and L.I IKS' Ft ills Col sets illltl Sliould< i Hi IUP. M Issi s< iotulSt llseFel I IsWiiist. Mlssi s Cm (s ;d low es( pi iees Hicusti I'M (ii inline Long ll.lleliolle Colsi (s, especially .id.ipted to l.ULJe anil stout Hflon Hnrefi 'S IKK Ma uli track at Clif yin yest, idi_y yynsyti) Fhe iisulls i I in silling i4 mile Hliuklhnn In t I ah on sic m I I.inglmic Ibid lime 1 j iniliaii yy i idllrht, IK It s, t, nd I thud tune 1 IP Jbnrl i ue, si I'niK, mile HOUOIMIH flrbt I al K! u 1 Inspmtlind time 1 I ouilh i i tin IIK k Kosf handu ip lui lin s (list Cant 1 11 we mil I. ,1 !i i Hod time, I i in uisi.' mile fust, Main- 1 h nn sn nnd M< nstom tlunl 1 01 Si vth i iic i ui Hist I finds ti stroiKt, Caldi thud 1 0 I otn y Afqnilt( d. 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