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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               It ran are looking 8 for somethmir r.sl owe the T line of 4ne tlonerv u will be A t.. ioor heat in Jfrenl u> rail on T t h e Dunkirk Printing I om I panv W, hut meverv 5 Me iji.ixn an I qua itv station E rv I r the r h fur the poor (or R mnn in I ne-wi an'l DP-MI for the T YOL. XX. R REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSE! "THE DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY, MARCH 15. 1890. OF DUNKIRK VIEW RCi-tHG MACHINE for ruling all kunia of blanks late-la, i 1 i tin Department of omparu 4 LESAVDEB'9 Coal 1 W Y anl Central Avenue opposite Nickel Plate JepOl. All ara M of Irani an t Coal Lumber, ant tree leliT Correspondence for wl ole-nle 1 1> B. GirrOKD, and 13. Artistic Inatpntaoe' of Bu tied a spec ally aeed not wait except fur HOOK [RVtsu pnctor. No. IH fe, aeti a i street near BuJ fckjo street. Dunkirk. S T Majr i f B, Mu lie, Pamphlets, cf- un I in a i osiers Ul IftUBCUKR'S CKOCIvKKV l> SOe Central iveoue. Vfholeaale and retail tteakr in I nod r China, Olasaware, Jtc. CHAS. U. KAKHIS. fil entral Are uen erui Insurance, I lie, Acci lent an I k ire traveUoif injure vour .fe in the j rvl Heal Latatc Yjreri. nettuLutte.] UD p-fjinirtv CttACTAL'ULA iia, f an I lloanling blt in Li lt_r 335 and L.IUU etrwL CITY B SHOP Chaa Prop t ctler Lake ahure National BanL, corne enter an i Tlnrtl a tree Us A doe utock of ore ga unit Domestic igara. OM4LJN A -eet, hone -itxotis. i lariitention tDterftrr ng ttorbea i. g ti roa ctiug horses a specialty C SPECIAL A CO -t ttaatunrtou, 1 flee Patents and Se Issues secured Patent 7th aglnu, I) C, opp U S Patent Of- 2e Trade Marks refialered. AH Patent business j n luued for moderate Fees, Information Ailvice ami special tent oa request. NIP t6 A bT made r v, v. worltmg f u, PersoM furred who can furnish a home and their whole me to the business Spare momenta OUT tie profit ibiy enployn! also A few vacancies in towns ind i ea f f JOHNSOV 4 CO loco M Richmond Va wAMUJ-To sell the w Kn jwn ami en'loried remertT in th I Ditnl Mates for Hie cure of alarrh inthnui Hr. nchiti. Har fever diaease tha an I v reai-hel thr juitli the breatlune oriran f MO per lent, i an be made Fo art i ulan> a THE AHBOLIC SMOKE BALL Co _______Chuago, III SPRING 1890 c, 0, MATTESON Largest Daily in tte County An unequalled medium turn COHP-fcM e lew A P 3 lulling HangLra, etc. fittterud, ami UacniQf Murk to iniler Center street, UauuhiL.uieis f "Crum ?ell anil 'Dunkirk perfect ii.t Ureas iJ irtd On sale in all lea ting lorn u notiiitig aotl   K1C HOTtL ttuil umme b Depot. acteoa Uj ah Lr nouaea. Beat Juiin J Murphy, LISUZHSt COn J7 and y9 E Tmni itn-e- f in" t urn ..ure Cabinet an i LI 1 icture fc ramea tj or ler U. ft to., Central Are of Faaiiuiii noU Ouul.tera. i AKKXJ. STEAM UKATLNU Manufacturers ol Steam ideating Apparatus. Plumbing a specialty uur specialties fine shirts, lu oltttrs Jc Cuffet ami curlaiuo trie Ue erv A Camtaiaga, "iuT Center a tree i K. OtllM, L TBirlat cor   LH i g pcrtaimug LO H ttrvl >cQo  Ace teat and Uener in i.cai t-dittte aud rents Ufe, Loano n yaiU U> tne e ire of collect- ts Jtc. Leaver at. -nl VJO ROK-4 PHAlUlAtV JOO Centra I avenue Baadquartera lor Wai I' a per ..n a teuter street anU in Hai 1 t.i Loiiars, Truaks, Bxtfai 1 i tCj aCHoi.TKa, IT basl nable Tat or w t d lite ir a 1 VAC iap t u call JR me before pun uj- u. U. t VKV 4 CO i IL w uhiui IhLl-IM. such V a I bt Pa. tan i Woo roe range, bla ik Uwk-, etljcr- ami Duak rk t'r n ing tompanr S an I 10 h seuood >L MOLJJIOU Vt Lit. Cor Toanl an t Buffalo iJtaler ID Marble isg-gmg Build ng atuoc. CaU on mt belorv b t your ditto-walk. R (SUES' A CO.. 7 and y Eodt Front oireeL Whisky, Hiaea Bmi. 1 Liqowr Store for r a Ji j 1 j KAY. JX Lion asrttct, near tne t. g, L rcrr by day ur week on WAM J. GOTFUKU, 301 Central Ave (I, 0 stairs treaeral Insurance aoil Kea Lstau kire. Life. Accnlenc. Live Insurance Prouipialtenuon a k> ir I srUiof: Keal Kstaw e. 1 HE Th-rri St., cor Meal Market Frctfh. an snokert Heats, Lanl, sjausans, Uvswrn an> Poultry W ITIHJKS. JEWELRY, JfcC. BTIV the Aurora liailriKoHi W t ch Kepain ag a suet lal trv Frank r 83 B. Third at W m. MOCKXK, Merchant Tailor, Central PBOFESSIO-SAU rj T. BOLPH, M. D Physician and Surgeon Offlee over Lynn's Drojr Reaideiic'. Central Telf phone Xo- 9 Calls may be left at von's. WAIT FOR HEAP'S Spring Hat, Saturday, March 1st Gall and See Them LOUISIANA Lr THEY THREATEN TO BREAK AND INUNDATE THE COUNTRY as It Wes Dorins; the Great Flood of Mx-hlnn at Work. CeavllUoM Everywhere Critical. NEW OtmtA-ra, March 15 of affairs on the river front is much more tatisf ar tory than it was on Thurvlav The authorities have strengthened the weak places in the levee and have constructed a temporary levee of bags filled with earti from St LOTUS to Hospital streets and at other points, but from St Louis street to Canal, where w much water came in Thurs- day nothing has yet been done. The raty authorities will however continue the work of constructing a temporary levee along the nver front until the cit> 13 secnre from over- flow, even with a still higher tide of the riTer The leve BY TLTD i m this section are injured more 4 Beperter Interviews Blot 1 NEW YOM, March 15 -The Worlds special from Tucson, Ariz. say. Seville rVk- of Woodstock, Ont whose name u con- nected with BirckuUl, ahas Lord Somerset, the murderer at Benwell, is here The World correspondent called OB him Thursday He is J4 years of age. feet is height, weighs 1W pounds of ught complexion and has a light moustache. He left Woodstock sud denly Feb 10 aad went right through te York and the moraine of the n____.. HOPE FOR THE LIBERALS. THEY WILL CONTEST THE SEAT NOW HELD BY LORD CHURCHILL. llth. He went to the Xetropolitan hotel iF.b. H., he regwtered as S R Jackson. Hetefti 14 for California. At Demmg N_____ says he lost ha ticket and all money anc baggage He armed on Feb 27, neu- tered as Jai kson, and is now stranded for want of funds. The reason he left home w suddenlv was because he had lost heavily in speculation, and fearing nuts wanted to avoid service So he sayh he assumed tfae name of Jackson that his whereabouts might net be diacor ered he hoped to make up his losses in business in California. He saw from newt- paper reports that in telegraphing to his wife his whereabouts had been discovered and also saw ha name connected vita Birchall Birchall always appeared to hare plenty of niotiev Pickthall savs and was free in its use How and where came m poostanon of it was always a to him as he was engaged in no visible business. Many of his ac tions appeared to be shrouded la mystery Birchall frefjnentlv insisted on his riding out with him but he always refused. W hen thev left Woodstock in May last he said that he wan going to the Thousand Wands _ uThat wad the hist I ever saw of him or his said Pickthall except when at the Metropolitan hotel on the morning, I think, of Feb 14. As he came down stain I saw a woman I took to be Mrs. Somerset sltttnj m the drawing room apparently waiting for one I didnt speak to her as I wasnt positive of her identity but examined the register ri just now by wind and weather than by flood. The wind was blowing from the north yes- terday and attained a velocity of thirty an hour Oniinanlv a north wind carries the nver water out to sea, but this storm has apparently had but little effect upon the nver The water flowing into the city from the nver has not been sufficient to flood the streets at any point, though the drains on Benville Conti and St. Louis streets were filled all the afternoon Between Juniata and Third streets the water is running over the Louisville and Nashville tracks, but traffic has not been interfered with Over in Algiers the streets are full of water but no apprehension is felt Everv precaution is being taken by the railroad authorities to prevent disasters that might be occasioned bv the rising waters. l-en. Jr of the Uueen and Crescent route Capt Mann of the Illmoi." Central and Superintendent Marshall of the Louis- ville and Nashville road have rendere.1 every assistance possi! le to the utv authorities in jrotectmg the city from overflow and tend red the sei vices of the respet tlve working forces and tran-iportatiru to the mavor The Louisiana Lotterv companj donated 000 to the citv to be used on the levees. UllttDLATZ REPAIR NECESSARY The Bavou Sara special savs M wlth "U hlB bad tnuts character The rain has ceased and the sun la shining i to that he would )ur draining machine has been running very teadily the effect being very perceptible on he water in town. Jules Labatnt police uror from Point Coupee arrived here yes- erdav and purchased a barge of lumber for he Morgan sea levee which he reports in >ad condition. He has wired the state authorities asking for assistance He tmnks ith immediate attention the levee can be iv ed A strong northeast wind has been slowing here Therner registers 'W feet 1 nch a nse of 3-10 of a foot in one day This that the Morgan sea levee" is still lulding The Times-Democrat s icksburg Miss pe o he lid not." He expressed great interest in Picfcthall's man and considers that Louisiana will inevit- ably go under even if the Mississippi levees hold down He and says his people are working hard. The ill of the Louisiana I board is in the city to bu> material He went on to explain that the rea-i n w hy so many young English- men came to this countrv wad that it cost their fathers far less to Tipport them here Birchall was taken into the jail yard in afternoon for an air the prix a h will the obdurate masters to come to eras or at least agree to a satisfactory com iromise whereby a strike may be averted. LORD DC VLO 8 DIVORCE 8CIT Lord Dunlo who has begun a suit for di vorce against bw wife formerly a music hail singer has retained Sir Charles Rusaell as counsel. It is asserted that in addition to Isidore Wertheimer the wealthy voung Jew ho is named as co-respondent in the action several thers some of them intimate friends of the plaintiff will be cited to defend them selves against the accusation of having con- tributed to Lord Dunlo a grounds for abso- lute separation from "my lad} EDISON 8 ORATITCDE. Thomas A_ Edison the elec- trician has fui warded to Dr Fruiter of Dres- den a service of silver in recog- nition of the physician's attention to his daughter on the occasion of her .llnws in January Miss Edison was taken ill while on a railway train en route from Vienna to Berlin and upon her arrival at Dresden was removed to a hosmtal where it was found that she had smallpox Her rapid and com plete recovery w ascribed bv Mr Edison to the care and treatment of Dr Fndler who attended her throughout Herr V etter a bank treasurer of Bremen, Mr mauec servo i s w ork. would be ing would anv work baseball tor the. New York h ute f ill iwed for the plaintiff and str ing argument in favor of the re- ion wan reserved. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW HEAVY LOSSES CAUSED BV TH OPEN WINTER Helped Interfei. With Wwh and Meedy NEW YORK, March Dun Co'i weekly review of trade savs "There w not enough of the Deleted i fragmentary winter to make guod losses tained bv restricted demand for muonab goods, or to prevent om conifelerable failur caused by distribution and collec tions but the raider weether helped a little in mauv branches nt trade while it lasted Now great fiords in the Mnedsaippi vsJle interfere with distribution serious it-unto x On the other hand, the money mnrket has been relieved by treasar by another reduction in rate by the Bank of England end by a fall of of a .-eat m the rate of sterling The v .lutne Uranew continues extrmor- ilmarilv large at New York clearings ez cewlmg lau 3 ear s by "i per cent, at Bobton cent, at Philadelphia by per cent, a Chuago by IT per cent and at all othe points hv i, cent. The mcrsswe In rail road earnings for February was about 12U per cent It u, difficult at times to reconcile with AN IMPORTANT SUIT to Large Real 1 t B rist? is of m% i> the title to It the Title %nd Mill WASHIVGTOV March case of Fvan Randolphs cje, utors against the Qnidnlck company C tnistee to Zachanah hnffec and R. K. Km the supreme L >m >l Thursday afhrnoi n great interest as it ._.______ neaih allot the stock >t Inii k com- pauv and u the mil u and Qiudnick now m the p.ws, i n of the Messrs Knight a id of the Quilmck i n pmv pui based them f the I i ion -c lie j ears ago, all of which is cl uie i bv the plaintiff The plantiiTs iiunscl were B F Butler aiul And e R Patton who have lieen tQt throughout all the vai i us forms of the Spmgue litigation. The defendants are rej i eseuted by Messrs. C Pr-mlc Parkhurst representing the Quid 3 imooo them it Longwood. Providence The> went to Lake I POOR EXCUSES 0. 0. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer 3M MAIS ST, BUFFALO, Diamonds and Jewelry, I iihtr Watches f V GRA VO. OOLDj StLrgRPLA TIXG A COVTPLBTK Of HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STREET, Hotel ELYS CATARRH ream tl THE ALASMI1Q THE FLACK CASE Orove levee Opened for the People br Assistant Dis- nsafe There is a good prottction levee there anil the main line tan be completed in four davs of good weather He considers the trict Attorney count of the emeisreucv the orrlei will be countermanded ai the Parker will be needed on the Louisiana side The and Cres- cent people are positive an oicrSow will occur but think they can keep the Shreve- port division running a few davs after it occurs. They guarantee freight trains for onlv a few days. A BIG GAP Capt J Pincfcnev Smith of The State who is at Convent telegraphs as follows Jtaj Edwards, general manager of the LouisvJle, New Orleans and Tenu railroad, is at the break three miles above this place with a large force nf men The gap is 100 feet wide and 4 feet deep The levee is a small one and the rail road track is about a quarter of a mile back The water is ab.ut ten inches deep on the track Both the express and the local dow u trams are on the uoper side of the break, and vesterdaj moruiuf- up-tram is expected tc return to the citv A digpah h received bv the Mississippi Val lev railroad offli -The break was caused bj nee flume The was new and four feet above the present stage of water Both ends of the break have been secured and men are at work closing it. Thev will probablv get it cl by to-night Our track is but little un ler water and only needs a few repaned m order that trams may pass which nort will be done by to-mght rcumstances of the case Mr Golf told the jury a fundamentaj ele- m the case was fraudulent practices in the administration of justice. The de- fendants were indicted for two crimes One for fraudulently procuring a divorce without the knowledge of the plaintiff Marv E Flack, and the other for conspiracy to pervert and obstruct the due administra- tion nf the law The case would turn on the qnesticn of whether Mary E. Flack knew of the contemolated divorce Mr Goff traced the career of the defendants. The fourth conspirator, he said, was Flack's mistress J Raymond who Iwd been spinttd awav bv the defendacts. The fifth conspirator was dead JudgH -Vmbrose MoneR These u nspuators found a willing tool in Jiulge of the court of common fleas win bv our laws, could not he in dieted for a c-une done as judge and could cnh be in i a ca Prison Bill la Special Maixh r, c jvernor Hill sent to the assembly a veto of Mr Saw- miller s bill authonzng the supervisors of Onondaga count) to sell the now used as a penitentiary and jail and to pur chase a new and erect suitable buildings therwm The governor In substance savs The bill is conc'eded by its frauds to be special leg-tlation Provision for just such objects s> the bill seeks to accomph-h has been made bv sener.il this- general law the athiroatue votes of two-thuusof the mem- bers to two successive boarcUof super at their annual meeting and the subse- of two-thirds of the quent affin Or the Llqier nitjjMnttnmitt. umvmuu mtm takinrlt; It Is absolutely 1 Address In conadeKs. i SPECIFIC co-1 as i Clurtrd With Embmlement. NEW YORK, March 15 A. Diffen- dorfer. former! v of Lancaster Pa. was ar rested in Brooklyn charged by his brother with havi.if; misapproprwted 000 of his father's estate Ditfendorfer will be taken to Lancaster to answer the charge against him. Joneph Erfcm in Demi. ijLSCASTts, Pa March r Mount Hopeand Colombia, died yesterday, aged T6 years. electors >cri g upon a proposition neces- sary to secure a removal of the alte of any county building or buildings. There are stringent provisions designed to prevent hastv and iU considered action on the part of boards of supervisors in t he dis- position of matters m which the people of the county are vitally interested. The bill before me would nullify the pro- visions of the general statute as far as Onon- daga county is concerned, and confer upon the board of supervisors of that county arbi- trary and absolute power in determining the change ot site. I do not perceive the wisdom of such legislation. II for some particular reason it is deemed best to secnre the re- moval of these particular buildings immedi- ately it would seem as if the proper and wise coarse of action wae by aaaendnksnt to tate lateral law. has been arresfd for embezzling the funds of I mck Miller Brown representing the bank His peculations amount to I tne Afew Quidmck Manufactui ing company and Joseph C Ely, representing R B R. K. Knight, with Hon. William L Putnam of Maine an counsel Mr Putnam is well known as a very able lawyer and one of the fish- eries "omniiN.ion under President Cleveland. Mr Hwertlaml the new trustee is repre- sented bv illiam Roelkr-r of Providence The b-iefs and arguments of counsel on Of th Hasslan OfllHals Treating PriM LOYDOX, Manh for Brntally Times' St Petersburg correspondent notices the compil- ation of an otflc u] repirt on the late Siberian outrages The report disputes the truth of the st ne of recent circulation in London an.l Paris in that connection The corres- pondent after intimating that it the pur- pose of Russian ofHi iaL> to ignore the startling story of bibenan atrocities as calumnies says "The administrator of prisons states that the A.mencan delegates would make a great mistake if they attempt- ed to broach the Siberian scandals at the in ternataonal prison congress." The same official, commenting on Mr George Kennan s expose of Russian prison management said its force was weakened by reason of the fact that Mr Kennan had his information from dissatisfied prisoners. Tht adminiitra tor admitted the ercrowdmg o the prisons, but pleaded that the govern ment was attempting a reform in that par- ticular Being pressed, the official admitted the sub- stantial truth of the reports of the Siberian outrages as published in western Europe, bu insisted that Mr Kennan and others in their writings created a purely ideal Nihilist worn an. Discipline must be preserved and flog gmg as a piijiishiiieiit-for the slapping of an be enforced. The stmg -.was aused by prisoners, official s face fie with tue revt Uers woutuiing several ol the rmer It k> thought the correspondent aJds that the trouble will result in the exiles being deproed of the privilege of retaining their revolvers. tor the I onfets-n BIKLTT Varch 15 International Labor conference will convene in the main lall of Prince Bismarck a palar-e. It was there that the congress of 1878 conducted its deliberations. The proceedings will be opened by the Prussian minister of commerce Baron vou Berlepsch who will welcome the dele- gates on behalf of the emperor and explain the details of the meeting The alphabetical rule will be i.sed in the matter of placing of delegates who will occupv seats with the mtial I tterof the nameof the -ountry which they represent BUmarck for Snpport. BKHU.V March 15 stated that in the course of the interview Prince Bis- marck and Dr V. uidthoi-st the chancellor asked the clerical leader to auoport the gov eminent in the reichstag The government w preparing for mtroducti in in -he reichstag proposals for financial simoort to the military department, which will be startling in magnitude and scope The Liverpool Strike LrvKKPooL, March 15 situation with regard to the dock laborers' strike denotes hat the strikers hare bwn defeated. The pomtion of the m  remembered that prices an low am the margJu for probta very narrow IKOIt HAJISnrr WKAItXSL "The weekly output of iron furnaces IB blast Mai -h 1 was tons, against 174, OBS Jon I and UU.775 a ago To many this further increase of over 4 per cent, for the month will seem but it was announced a month ago that several large were about to go into bket With a prodn. non exceeding that of lest year more than Ji) per cent, and already at the rate of lOOUcxj torn vearly the tone of the market 'laalioeii neakerand prices have again de- Ifncd A of SO in the price of Birmingham uon so that it is now offered in eastern markets cents below similar iron from I'ennsv Ivania, rosnpek sellers to make concessions and causes a nervous and disap- pointed feeling Whether the break of 5 cents m a day and 10 cents in a week in toe price of Tennessee Coal and Iron stock has any connection with thin redaction in pnoe i snnot be stated Rails are quoted half a dollar lower and one lot u said to be for sale at J.J4 demand for bar iron w better but on the hole there is as yet a lack of en dence that the country can consume at the rate it w now prodin ing pig Iron ami lower prices are apprehended. CDTTON XAXcriCTc-RHi. There is no set back as yet In the cotton manufm ture although raw cotton has again advam-ed a sixteenth exports being almost up to last vear s for the week and for six muling with February 1 101) OKI (JOO pounds against 1 for the same month> of the pn-x lous yeer The spei-ula tion is large sales here reaching OUO bales for the week and Musmippi floods lend some strength to the movement. Goods are m steailv and fair demand but obtainable ret ,rn w ant> proflte with material at prevnt cost, No change appears in the wool an, I jolen trade though a treasury decision raising the Intv ring wastechecks another fi rm of i up, itauon. At Philailelphla there h little demand and some weakness at Bos- ton r 11 ihe have been larger than some tune pant, pounds, of Illi h jl 1 ini were domestic, but the vnnri. nun ki t- not shov'M are si ah 're domestic, but the goods improve In and numerous, and leather is i h Can demand, but hides are quiet Mu Miles ii re m of rubber goods, and the Icjimn.l 101 luilding materials of all sorts L'.iutinues large with prices tending upward TRADE II THE ITTEUOK, ReportK from other cities Indicate some improvement m the volume of trade, where l.iu-e i, noticed At Philadelphia dry gcwls are rather sluggish, but there is more coiill let c-e in groceries. At Chicago receipts of gram equal, and of meats and provisions udcc wha. je shVl what iho worl.l want, Just arnved lo, Of wear -variety Men s and Button. Scarf Pms. Broaches Cuff pln., Eir Ac all wnh s..ts of lmn ID Roll (j old not nish kind Cuildrcu's Fancy Black werth 15 ts for 9 cti- Beat line of of Ana sbielj. only 10 eta cu and 15 cts Old fashioned iinen Note oaly 5 cu per dozen aud ofaf) ibis Paper and Enve.opei if sold ID form would sell for K cts A Special lot White and Cream velopea for 8 an d S a pack of velope. Latest Novell f Rencv Boa Linn Note for Ittcu School only cts School Cr.7011.oBly 9 Extra Large Writing Tablets Jualny Paper for 10 eta Ladies Corset Cover, mad, of T quality nusl n .ml} 3-, cts New Style f.ccy Nor.lt, Bnuds Prett, Designs o i c Uil Cloth ColoriNl 23 Fancy Torchon all "d the greatest variety Of dftlga, oalf 4cts cts per y, j ,he entm the City A new and an ractiTe nmeat of he Celebrated P tentemeri Mousquef n Suede equal to eight bat. ons m all the be it sizes The most desirible Patterns m Him ITK flouncings at cts 45 cu and SB '.per yard tbeie are worth g DA flne selection of Infant, fwiry em- roidercd While Flannel Skirtings at la. pnce ol 75 cu 87 Lt. ,Dd yliK eryard these flannels bout one-half niore jn otner Infants' and Cloaks and "bes for tl 25 to W 50 each Uteat and favorne colors ERIE STORE. SAFETY OF ELECTRIC WIRES The Investigation by the General rommlttrr nuilnued. NEW YORK Mann li committee on general laws of the stato senate met in the Hotel Metropole yesterdav afternoon, to con- tinue their investigation into the electrical matters Of New York city Mr Inesen inspector for the board of Hre i writers, was the first witness. He trifled that proper insulation would prevent fires. He could not say that he knew of any case n here a fire had beeu the result of accidents to electru light He did not thmV it possible for anybody to tell that ele< trie light wires had caused a flre thej had seen the actual beginning of the fire. lUuun 4. Anderson, 
                            

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