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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5. 1890. NO. 26. REPRESENTATIVE LDUSINESS HOUSE! OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULING MACHINE for nil in all kin.IB of blanks is the laUiBtaudilioi. t B. OIFTOKD, MS and M5 Central ATB 15. Artietie Photographer. Instantaneous Photographs of Babies a specially. need DO! wait for sunshine except for babies. ftUOK 1BVINO, Pro- l> prietor. So. IB K. Second street, near Buf- falo street. Dunkirk. S. T. MnR-HZim-s, Mil- Pamphlets, etc., bound in all styles, (mien promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. I lUKCHER'S CROCKERY HOUSE, I> MX Central Vven'ie. Wholesale and retail dealer in Imported and China. Glnuware, Ac. CHAS. H. UAItUIN. Central Are. Gen- eral Insurance, Life, Accident and Kire. traveling niRure vour ife in the ohl reliable 'Travelers'." Heal Lstate Agent. Loans negotiate.! on properly. HOTEL, Kalee, tl per day. Liiery Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Kidor, S35 and SS7 Lion street. lITV BAUBER SHOP Chan. Prop., Under Late Shore Notional Hank, corner Center ami Third etieeta. A 0ne atoc.k oi foreign and Domestic igars. 7tO.SKI.LN SUM. 3S- (.enter street. Practical borse-iihoeiH. Particular attention to interfering horses. Shoeing ot roail hordes a specialty. i) UNKIItK EVKXIXG OUIEIiVKK. Largest Daily in the County. An unequalled advcrtibing medium. DUNKIRK KN01NKI5RINO COMPANY. Formerly sellew 4 I'opule. Manufacturers ol Engines, Boilers, Pulleys, Shuftins Hangers, etc. fattcrnu, Castings, and Machine Work to order. c, D, MATTESON vVNKJKK SH1BT CO., 205 and iu7 Lf Center street, oJ the "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" perfect- lilting Dress blurts. On sale lu all leading (urnlsbing, clothing and dry goods bouses in Dunkirk. D r. 4S4 anil Lion street. Dealer in Floor, Feed, alt. Baled Hay, phatea, eta. imi ERIK HOTEL and inning Saloon, Union Depot. Easy access to all trains and bua- inesa houses. Best accommodations lor Com- mercial Trarelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. Hi V! and 99 K Tbird street Fine Furniture. Cabinet Ware and noUtenng. Picture Frames rnude to order. LI U. MATTESON CO., 301 Central Leaders of Fashion ami Gentlemen OutfltUirs. 11 ARCXI. STEAM HEATING CO., Manufacturers ot Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. H OME STKAM LAUXDUY. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, loc; I'ollars, Jc; tuffs. 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A VV. Uumunngf, 207 Center street. II R. OKU.U. fc. Third St., cor. of BufTak" iclurer and ilealer in Fine Boots Shoes. UENRT WKU-KR'S NKW STOKK, IOS K. Third st. Books, Stationery, Musical In- eckly Papers, and everytliii'g to H first cllss ftoro. Sctaoo. books sp-fcialty. JOll rRINTUJO ol every descriiHion uml at living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. second St. JH. VAN nCREN ft SON, Km' Life. Accident and General Deal- ers in Keal Estate and Loans. I'uriicular attention paid lo the ol property collect- ing rents Ac. 219 St., 2nd floor. BOE'8 SOD Central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Oils, Ac. PERKINS, J. W., -209 Center street. Manufacturer and dealer in llarnens.sa.l lies, .Smiles, collars, Buffalo ISobcb, Hoise Covers.O und Sleigh Uobes. T. Murray, I.ion utrceL A specialty made ol Sanitary Plumbing, loam aud Gas Fating. Workmanship guar- i.ceed. PSCUOLTES. 17 East Thml street. Fashionable Tailor, Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing e'tewnere. B. CART CO., 39S Lion street, h.tc Lead.Oils.Fainter't Supplies, Oil Cloths, Cira-_ Ware. A special Sberwin Williams Monroe range. II ULING. as blank-books, ledgers, and V a'l kinds of blanks done Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 G. Second M, RUDOLPH MOLDKNHAUEK, Cor. Third aud Ituffalo Sts., Dealer in Granite, Marl.le, Flagging and Building Stone. Call on me before buy ins your side-walk. _____________________ R ISLET CO.. 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky. Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family iJse. ROBERT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by toe day or week on terms. T> KID. U. W- 1S4 Center street. Dealer in Musical Inatruruentt and Hewing We make a specialty ol lirst makes ol Pianos and Farrand A Votey OrgauB. SAM J. GIFFORD, 301 Central Ave. (V) General Insurance and Real Katati Agent. Fire, Lile, Accident, and Live Slock Insurance. Prompt attention given to buying and selling Keal Estate. T, 75 B. Third st, cor. Deer. KieetoiOT Meat Market. Fresh, Snlt and Smoked Meats. Sausages, Oysters ant! Poultry. W ATCHES, JEWELKX. Buy the Aurora Bailroad Watch. Bejwiring a f peelaltr. Frank rTsUpf. B. Third el. PROFESSIONAU D T. KOLI'lI, M. D., TliyBician and Surgeon Office over Lyt n's Drujp: fttore. Resilience, Central Avenue. Telephone No, V. Calls may be left at Lyon's. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT C0" Attorneys, SU, WashingUm, C., opii. U. 8. Patent Of- untl Be Issues secured. rrnde Marks refrwtered. All 1'atent business uundncieil lor motleratc Fees. Information Advice and special references sent on retjuebU M0 KXPKS8E8 IN "AD- allowed each month, steutly at home or traveling. No aoliut- iijK. IXHiesdeliveringand collectiona. Adiircua with II Af KH CO., 1'lqua, Ohio. I wish to employ a lew ladies on lalary in take charge of my business at their homes. I'lfThl, very fascinating and healthful. Wngn week. ISeferencc (riven. Good i.ay for Mart time. Address with st.mn. Man. MA ION WALKKE, LoniBville, Ky. A FAITH CURE HOSPITAL IT IS ESTABLISHED BY COLORED MEN IN BALTIMORE. 00 tO A MONTH can be mad, V working for us. Persons prf lerred who can furnish a horse and give iheir wholt time lo UiebuBinesn. Spare moments may be profit- ibly employed also. A few vacancies in town- and cities B.F.JOHNSON CO., Mair St., Richmond, Va. SPRING 1890 cfc CO. WAIT FOR The Attention of the Health Autliurltleft Attracted by the Death ot a Patient, an InvestlEation Will be Made. Startling Kxpected Hod Carriers on Trial for Conspiracy. BALTIMORE, March health depart- ment will inventigate one of the most re- markable institutions which has ever establish'il in linltiinore. It is a faith-cure hospital called 'Christ's Instil .1e" and is run by colore. 1 men. It Ls located on Ster- ling street near Eager. Its existence wa-s duscovered Monday by the death of a woman from consumption. The chief otlicer of the establishment is "Dr." Kennard. A called on him for an interview us to the methods he employed. He said: "I am the proprietor of Christ's institute, winch has been established to cure people by the help of Ocxl. I use homeopathic medi- cines and cure any kind of disease that flesh is heir to. During the year 1SS3 I became convinced that Uod da-ired through rne to raise peculiar people, and on Pel. U I opened this place, Since that time I lia've had at least or patients, many of them white persons, and all are cured except the whose certificate sent to tho health oflice. She had the consumption, and was dyin0' when they sent for me." 1'p stair.. Here found a mimher of white and colored pe .pie who hnd been, they said, atllictcd with palpitation of tho heart, dvs- etc., and were all cured by Keunard. Health rommis-sioncr Mohe and his "ill make a rigid examination of the place It is believed that th.. consumptive patient, who died Monday, is but one of many deaths resulting from faith in the A CASE OF BOYCOTT. Hod Carrier, clmrerd null rniDplruoy a Fellow WASHIXUTIPX, first proceed- ings to test the legnliti of tho bovcott or whether a boss ineciiani" has the "right to employ such a.s he may wish without consulting the requirements a'nd restrictions imposed by trade unions was instituted in the the criminal court Jlondav, founded on a strike of the bod carriers. In October last live IIIK! carriers working for Howard Yates declined to work with a man belonging to a union which did not im'hate with the union to which they be- longed. The man was discharged. Shortlv afterward the the carrier., nen- indicted "or conspiracy and Monday the case came to trial. Howard Yules were bondsmen for the men while thei w.-iv under indictment ml pave testimony m their tutor. In order that tlie law might lie fully discussed and a ruling had under ]t from the court in Lane. a verdict of guilty pro forma taken and the released upon their personal recognizance. The COM' will now go to the general term. NATIONAL LEAGUE MEETING. The Million Dollar Offer Tabled Wash- ington'! Humored Sale. CI.EVKI.A-.-D, March the National league meeting yesterday afternoon the mil- lion dollar offer was the first matt-r to come up and it was immediately laid on the table. Then a communication from Secretary Bi-unell of the brotherhood was read. It re- ferred to the arrangement of Players' league dates and contained a request that the league repeal the resolution to boycott all clubs playing against the brotherhood The com- munication was tabled without discussion, The schedule committee then presented a recommendat ion in regard to the mileage costs of each club to be computed by the league. It was adopted. After brief discus- sion of the general features of the schedule, the meeting adjourned until to-day. It Ls rumored that Washington is to sell out to Detroit, but all league me.n who have lieen approached say there is absolutely no foundation for such a story. Ralph Cohen of the Columbus club and President Day of New York had a long con- ference. legard to the Leknne case. Day yay- he intends to let the board of arbitra- tion settle the matter. A RECEIVER IN TROUBLE. Tlie Cha-e Mill nf Kail River Attached. Liabilities SHOO.OOO. PROVIDENCE. R. I.. March special to The Journal says; Adoniram J. Chase of Fall Riter, proprietor of the August Chase Ly- eomhiK mill, is in trouble and attachments e In-en placed on the He man- aged thu estate of the late August chaw, worth at his death J.'I.W.OdO. and the mills made carpet warps and cotton twine. Buck- ingham Paulson of New York are selling agents Mr. Chase secured a mortgage on the mills- of obtained more on real estate and is otherwise indebted to a total of fSO.OOO. Valuable mill prop- erty is to have been sacrificed to make a payment of to a divorced wife. The attachments were placed hv Fall Kiver factories which had been supplying him with cotton waste. They could nmko no terms for a settlement with Mr. Chase und attached to bring mat ten; to n head. The will cover the liabilities. The mill- arc in charge of a sheriff. HIS GREATEST SPEECH. MR. GLADSTONE'S RECENT APPEAL FOR JUSTICE TO PARNELL. Sir Clmrles I Mi.ve.t to Tram by the Grand Old Miui'i Mr. Pur- nell n Calm Exturlor Its Delivery, Hut Down Startling Exposure. March 5 marvellous speech delivered by Mr in tlie house ol Monday evening challenged the ad- minil inn ,.f his political nud elicit unbounded praise from his followers. All A .IllliUry at VASIM.NGTOX, March house com- mittee on military alFnii-s onlt-red n favor- able report t.n Mr" bill to estab- lish a national military park at the Untie Hi-Id lit Chi.-nknmaugu. Th" lull for the (vs-iiin of the ground oil wh'. ii the !e was fought to the d Ueorgia and Tennessee .-utd p Bestoe 20; William forthcoming The Coinmonrri Can Act LDXDIIX. Maifh In the house of lords last evening the Marquis of Salisbury, re- a by Enrl B-nnchamp, said thnt n.s th Parnell conmiissionb' report illi members of mmons, it is only natural that the In of that house 1-arrabee (Farmers' 3. Jn the house Allison rewived 50 votes; Bestoe, 42, and Larraliee, 6. This gave Allison a clear majority and obviated the necessity of a second vote being taken in joint session Fire In New Vnrk. NEW YORK, March Fire at SflS Broad- way last night caused damage ag fol- Ws: Tlie Kni-er Snubs the BERLIN, .March 5.-Emperor William will we" visit Norway m-.t summer. It is stated that otncl's ,w i n ft j nuu Brown tomb company, together JS75 000- A C Bandoine, building, Several'nre- men were injured by a falling ladder, and tated that the e.nperoi- ha- Miulilivd the employers Herren Barrere and Krupi) among them, for exhibiting an exce-s of zeal in defending overcome by smoke but Governor Abbott to tlie Irlsli. exov-is or zeal in defending VKW Vnm.- M i. their interns at the of em. of held under The Breiiirn strike .Spreading. ner >e auspices of the Clan-na-Uael, to celebrate BERLIN, March strike of the fac- tho of the tory hands, at Bremen is spivudiii" The He said he considered it a great employe-of fi.elaaorios have stopped woik chosen chaii-man and -ndtho.se in others threaten to quit The nia'r' a the Irish peopleand actories are guarded by police to prevent their seb'-government any demonstration against them by the-------------------------------------- strikers. ________ Seeretm-jr Rank'! San III. Maa, %g LONDON-. March .5.-Mr. Thompson, chair- and his man ot the Firth of Forth Bri.lge company, much anxiety. Ho was taken ill with the and isn- John Fov.-ler, have been created mumps on Tuesday last, and complications baionets, aud Baker and Arrol, have arten aggravated the conditta! 'espectively enguieer and contractor of the of the patient. bridge, have been knighted. I___________.______ More Suit. Broth.rhood Mrn. Th. Irish Land BIIL I NEW YORK, March 5.-The New York LONDON, Ifaix-h 5. -Tue Irish land bffl to League club has brought suit and assets a.-c large. It is thought that firm's difficulty will be but temporary. nicd at Sea. SAK FRANCISCO. March G. Simp- son, captain of the British ship Benares, died at sea of consumption while on the voyage_______ ___ from Newcastle to this port. He was 29 be introduced by the government "containi years old and a Scotland, where be Jlau.cs to emigration and to abolish the to restrain them from playini. with th. leaves a wife and child. U.UU1 courts and laud sOrLj I Players' League club. session. He said that the senate making ithelf ridiculous in efforts to ran down the oetrnj'eni of executive Bocrcts. Uo said that senators knew perfectly well that most of the Information of a confidential character was betrayed by members of the senate. HP did not think it would be possi- ble to accomplish the end which Mr. IMph desired by throwing two or throe men into jail. Instead of preserving the dig nity of the senate they would makeluat body a common laughing stock. The debate was i-onlinued at groat length, the matter being under discussion for nearly five hours. A vole will be reached probably to-dny. The indications ai-e tlmt Ihe resolution will not lie agreed to. Dolph THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Debate on llie FeHtlienitiine-Cnte Con- IClisrllnii CaAv.. WASHIXOIOM, Wurch .l.-foiisideraliou of the election was resumed nftar the liotiso met yeslerday. ninl Mr. Dalzell of Pemisyl- vnnia tlie Mom- in of the claiins of the nllix, ivvo vei-s and liowie knives, he said, had nn imjiortant part in Ibis congressional ela- tion. He charged intimidation and Irauil. Mr. Crisp of Georgia nrgueil in favor of the eouU-stee. Mr. Rim-ell of Illinois chnrgi-d thnt the conte-tw-'s majority was pnx-urml by crime of the highest charnn.-r. Mr. Norton of Missouri thought Mr. Ciitp was entitl.H-J to his scat. Mr. Buckalfw of I'ennsylvaiiia argued that on the IIH-I its of the case the sittiiiR memlx-r was entitled to retain his seat. Mr, Breckimidge of Arkansaa said that gentlemen in discussing Ihe bad wandered from the evidence in Ihe ens... now under consideration. Nobody had adduced a eyllable of testimony show- that any wrongs in Ci-ittvndi-n hail not Ixx-n reprolititnl by the threat mass uf tilp of the After further delinte the house adjourned. IN TIIK HK.NATE. WASHIWOTOX, March tho senato yes- terday the resolution offered .Monday by Mr. Voorhees in regard to the lense of the fur seal islands in Alaska to the North American Commercial was back from the finance committee by Mr. Mori-ill, adversely, on (he ground that the treasury department bad already made tho lease and that the committee had no power to interfere In the matter. Mr. Voorhees said that there was nothing further from bis intention in offering the resolution limn to make any imputation on the conduct of the secretary of the trcasurv. The conniiittoe having decided that the mat- ter was res adjudicata he acquiesced In tlml decision. The resolution was indefinitely postponed. Bills for public buildings in Dover and Nashua, N. IL, each appropriating f were reported and placed on the calendar. The senate then, nt 1 p. in., went into execu- tive session, and nt p. m. adjourned. All Dend. WILKES-BARRK, Pa., March last rescuing party came out about I o'clock yes- terday afternoon. They went within sight of the flro several thousand feet beyond Dm point where their latest advance not, made Monday night but found no trace of the men. This wus accepted by -Mine Will- iams as an indication that the miners hail gone into an air-course that brunches off from the main gangway. Thercs.-ticrs could not enter this on account of the gas wlii--h filled the passage. There is just a bare possibility that the men may have cmwli-d into some corner where a stream runs by keeping their mouths to the surface of w hich ife may be sustained. But this is not likelv Death has probably overtaken all. New TorV. Committee. NEW YOHK, March 5.-The executive corn- mittee of the world's fair met yesterday af- ternoon. The report of the treasurer showed that the total amount received from nil sources for the prr-limir.ary exjipnws wusi 400. Of this there had been paid out upon properly certified vouchers ing a balance in the hands of the committee of The report was accepted and the committee rooms were up The offer made by President Smith of th- Cham- ber of Commerce placing the chamber at the Ifaposa] of the committee, wat, accepted and the committee odjuume.1 subject to the call of the chairman. Mayor Grant. Ladies l.iglil Wright Spring and .luckcls a few special lines wbick we will sell at surprisingly low Willie lust. Two lots of nn'ns medium weight gray uiulcrshins and drawers al 20rand48c in a full assortment nf Sizes Hfld will offer them at these prices for few clays only. Boys Scotch I'mln-shirts only J5 cts. Infants and children s..fl wool Under- wear from 25 cln. Ladies Protect your beautiful com- itcxion from the drcadcrl March winda y fining our Styles of Veiling, we have it frotn ll'c a yard to my I'liceyou wish, then Us not to lute o buy Jersey Gloves wbcu we're scll- ng them at Itlc Wortb1t5. Mcns Kxlnihciivy long Stainless1 lloie mly Hit-. Mcns Extra heavy Half Uogc worth I2jfoul> 7c Mcns Kxlra heavy llnlf llo-c worth ISc 'or I0c. Mcns Super fine Hoac double and toes worth 2Uc only lie. Ladles faat Black fine Hibb ;d Hole only Me. Misses and Childrcn'sHibhedSlcevelcM Vents worth 20c only 9c. MJSKCS nnd CliildrcnVItiubcdSlecveleM Vests worlbaOc only He LiulicH Crciiiu Hilih.-il Vccln nil worth 4Uc for 'J4e. Children's Fiincy cap only Children's Fancy hats only Uuiililr Thiciiil iii.'iiiling ciition par Modoniia cntlun per 8e and Oc T Kirby Hiai.l AO.'s no I'lms Ultra Pim, Perfect .Id Black solid heads I2c. ERIE STORE. CARL SGHAUER, 59 East Third St., HUM just ri-ci-ivccl u full line of Overcoats ani Troiseriags Equal to anyjn the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him before j.urcha.siiig. Won't na to Chicago. W.SSHI.VI.TCIN, March to that fte world's fair committee of the senate nnd louse will not go to Chicago on invitation of ;ne local board of promotion to talk over the prospects for the fair. Several of the sen- ators on the committee of the senate have invitations for several weeks ahead these they do not care to break in order to go to Chicago. An Elopement from N. T., March Mary Jackson, a student at the Eastman Business college, and daughter of the masterat Fine Plains, S. Y., eloped day with BurtWashburn, son of the pot- "fff N. Y. The married in New York city, to be residing there now. LADIES If you nn comforl- aljlo 8l.'. witli a one lliitt will keep your feut an.l warm. a pair of D. Aimstrong Co'.s Hand Welt, eommoi! seose ------They will please you.------ SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. VSPAPEJRI
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