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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York U- 4" VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY, MARCH 18. 1890. HEPBESENTA TJ VE USINESS HOUSEb OF DUNKIRK. KUL1NU MAOIIIVK Ii.r all kintiM of blank-i the l.ilvnt uudi he Mechanical ot Dunkirk oinl'Hliv. A .ni-I W...N! Vnr-1, A Centrnl Avenue, ow.fwii" Nickel I'hu depot All jnradufl of lEufi UNO Lumber. ami Kuth. 1- n tolir wholesale lot I) B. OIFFOISU, 22-f nnd 2i6 CentrHl Art mtii; InstiiuUn PhotographB lluintrp a tfit acod not lor nuiirthine to t-ice. ttOOK IllNPKKV -JAMKS IUVINO, 1) No. K. Sewml ntiuct. i.t-ur Hut fulo fltrtt't. Dunkirk, N, V. tint; nr, Pampliirtrt, in ail !i ormnptU to. All work cun t CKOCKKKV lUtCSt, ;Xb Central AVHIIIIU. Wholcsafe retail in 1 am China, liltmswitru, Ac. H. HAUKIS, Lmitral Avc, den j eral liirjunnicc, Life, Act nicnt aiifi tire rein-bit' 1'ravrltira'." on if vnur ifu in tlio UIAUTAIKJUA itcr ilny. Livery ant) Suit It- 1.1 Victor UiiUT, 9 W'> ami 3.i7 (jiiu blrcc 1TV HAK11KU CtiUH. Njjglf, I inlet Lake Slmro NaUonul it.tnk, ctn ouuler Hint Tltird ftreulw. A tlnu utouk 01 oreigo mill Uoiocttlic igars. SON, rac.iical i'.u MI ir-'ttiiig borocd a .ttttillllOll ig of road IMily in thu Cuiuily. Au uuutiuatlftl moiluun. itiug t- ungbjttiiii AluciniiL Work tcunlur. CO., 2UO Ucnlcr alrvi'l, Munufai-.UiifiB "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" iiurfuc .-.Juris. On ttalo lit all lua-tiay lurainl au-l dry giMxIa in ti Utun SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OTOllll AKT A CO., Patent Attorneys, 615 7tlt M., WashliiKton, C., omj. u. ti. Patent Of- !l.-e 1'ntciUn. Caveatf and Re Italics secured rrnilp Marks registered business Jor moderate Feoe. Inlormatn.n tdi ice nnd speoiul references sent on request. -.500 til A can "be made working for us. Persons pre- i ml w .o can furnish a horse and give their whole to 'hclmsmi-sa. Sjiarc momeius may be profu- .lily employi-d al'O. A (cw vacancies in towns F.JOHNSON CO., ,009 Kkhmuml, V a. men, I.KNT-i WANTKII-To sell the ivell- ka.iwii and lii-sl endorsed remeilv in the .iiile.Mnlc.s lor the cure of lluy Fever, or any disease that un lie rearlied through the lireatliing organs .i'rl THE CAitmii.ic 'i.MOKK HAM, Co. _____Chicago, III. SPRING 1890 D. MATTESON NATIONAL LAW-M.AKKKS. THE DELIBERATIONS IN BOTH BRANCHES OF CONGRESS. A Bill Inlrmlucod to Sei-uro Pi-efn for in Kniployment on I'ublio One to Prevent Desertions frum the Army Other Business Houae anil Senate. WASHINGTON, March tho introduced in tho senate yesterday following: By Mr. insure pretj_____ veterans of thc Inte war in employment on public works. ['Ihis bill provides Union soldiers, sailors and marn ers shall bo given preference for certification, employment and retention in every public department and on u.11 public works of the government, and in competitive and non- competitive examinations of the civil service. Age, low of limbs, or other physical impair- ment which do. s not incapacitate, shall not disqualify the applicant, provided he pos- sesses the necessary business capacity. Such persons unless employed for a statutory term, shall not lie dismissed except on charges and after a hearing. Violation of this law by beads of departments, officials, hoards of examination or others, is to be prosecuted as a misdemeanor.] By Mr preventdesertinnsfram the army [The bill ides that after July 1, I WO, there shall be rpUined from the pay of each enlisted man month for the first year of enlistment, which shall not be paid him until his discharge, and which shall be turf filed unless he MTVOS honorably and faithfully to the date of his discharge. Tbn secretary of war is determine what mis- conduct shall consist, of, hut no descrtei shall be deemed to have fulfilled them, Thc sums so deducted shall IIP onsidered a deposit P. TOUMKV, antl i.'iti uler in fc'luur.fcecd, all, l utu, i'l. l inuix lo tin tntmo ami IMI.- (ui Cou I. K1K UUTK1. mill Jjj hutty .cuiu huUBt'B. lieat uccuiumtxliiti ueruial Tiavclers. Julin J. Murphy, 1'rop. I HLEKM ti OO.( Hi uml IW K Tifini atrCbU >me Furuituru, cubinei ami U noiaturiug. 1'icture Frauiua ina-le lo order. MATTKHON JB co.. JL? uUJ Centrtil Ave., LeaUtrd of Koshiun auil Ufutlumun Utitiltu-i i t AKELK 8TEAAI CO., Manufacturers of dtoam llcutiug Appnrutuei Sanitary I'lumhing u SpouiuUy. i UMK STKAJM LAUNUKV. Oiir rfuecialut'a: Fine Hhirta, lOc; t utlurs Jc; Cuffd, ic.ttiul Lttce Ciu-Uiiits. t'ruo Uuhv A W. CiiunningH, '2u7 Center etreut k 1 f.. OKU.U. K. Tlm-ii m., cor. ol liutfaK1 ftlitnuf icliirer ami tleulcr in Kmu Miooa UENKV NKW ST'iltK. Third at. IJu'tko. staluinery, Musical In uuil I'Hneis. -tud evt-1 lliirtf pertaining u> u llrsl elHSb bonx .-schuoi books u specialty. Jtill riUNTINU of every description and a living rateo by Llunkirk Printing Company, H nnd to E. aeeoml bt. a. VAN IHJKF.N C SON, File tf AccidvDL and General lusurno in Keal Kstatb uml Lintim. 1'ariU.uliu attention t'UUl to Ihe c.lre ol collect- ing rents Ac. 219 St., in.l ll.ior. VjO UOK'S FUAR.MACV, ;tW central Avenue tore for Wall Taper I'j.nm, oils, Ac. j. w., i09 Center stioet. Manufacturer ami dealer m Han Bridles. Collars, Trunks, U It y. Mittens jtnds 1> 17 Kuat Th.rd au-ort r Tiulor, (it'ittleinen n'lii lind to call on mutveioru purciu 3> It. CAKV I. tiJiinB Pa.1 tauil rangi: H. ami us blniik-ljook8f a-1 kinds nl bluuks done ut Duokirk 8ftUtl 10 K. J V Cor. Third and Buffalo Sis., in Marble, ami litulfiing Stone. Call on am Iminre your rtitie- walk. KlHLRf ft CO., 7 and 9 East Kronf Whisky, Wines. Bran. lies., Liquor Store for family iJsc i> OBBHT M'KA V, iVV Lion street, tno Sale, fr'cotl Livery dfiuta. StKbhog by the day or wuvk on n AM J. GIFFORD, 301 Central Avu. General Insurance itnd Kcitl b- tent. Life, Accident, and Live Prompt .'tttfution K> ini it 0. Poultry. ThmJ beer. Aleat Market. Kresh, atfl, Lanl. W Buy LheAuiorit UAJJroa-l lu'i'airmg a tv Krauk F. Stanf. 88 E. Thinl it. Merchant i ft ''cntrnl FKOFESSION.UU 1} T. KOLI'II, M. Phj Min and Surgeon OOice over Ly u'd Drujr Store. Telephone No! Calls may be left at Lion's. WAIT FOR Spring Hat, Saturday, March 1st Gall and See Them bearing interest from tho pnd of the year in which tlioy are nm.le At the end of tliree years' service a soldier who hiis served failh- fnlly sh.illln. to Ihice months.' fur- lough cud to be ilKolmrKul ..n nj.plication, in time of .-ace TTnited Ktntes and -lifi-iir, and then- deputies, constaliles and pnh.-c iillii-ors, are to arrest ilp- Iii tniie of IJ.-UI-B the prusidcnt may permit any C'lilr-leii man to his dis- eliurno. The iirtny rnlion i- to be increased by the addition ot one pound of vegetables.] THE HCSSIAN KXTHVIllTlilX TRKATY. Several petitions iciiionstnitnif; the of an extradition treaty tneonthi- t'nitcd States and Russia "u pr r.nj Rppropriate cost of tun noling the Ijctroit river at or near Detroit sennio bill ijranrinpr ceitnin lands for wate reservoir to the city of Colorado Springs Colo, house bill authorizing the superintend em of census to enumerate the Chinese popu lution of the United Status in Mich a maime a-s to enable him to make a complete and ac- curate descriptive li-t of all Chinese who ar in the United Slates the tiino of taking the census and to give each person so enum erated a lerlificate containing particular noecssary for full identification, which certificate shall be the sole evidence of the right of the person to be and remain in tly I'nited Htates. Penaltiesnre provided l-nnsfer of certificates. One :i IIVMI I ilollars Is appropriated to the pi ov'isloiis of the act. Th" Imii-e .lapsed a joint resolution inviting the Kins "t Hawaii to send delegates to line p.in-Ainoilean i-onjrrem. The bill to ti.-luster the revenue marine from the tn a-iii-y department to the nav> department was takmi upon motion of Mr. Lodge of .MassadiUK'ta from the committee on naval affairs, and under suspension of the rules passed; also the bill from the commit- on postoflices, creating the offices of us- Kistant general superintendent nnd a chief clerk of the railway mail service. Thc house then at p. m. adjourned. THE BALLOT BOX INQUIRY. f ol. Testifies Ilefore Die Investiga- ting Committee. WASHINOTON, March testimony of C'o] A C. Hands of Cincinnati concerning certain statements alleged to have been made by him to Mr private secretary to Poiaker, was continued yeterday morn- ing before the ballot box investigation com- miltuti. llr Kurtz questioned Col. Sands concern ins a letter, written by Mr. Kurtii in
fanners, ft.ocJ uauscof i H'i.SW of no oc iUr. Chandler offered an amendment pro- Ihut a quadri-centonnial celebration be held on Oct. IS, and the fair the fol- lowing year. Messrs. Hitt and Springer, declined to vote on Ch: this aiiK'iuiinunt and it was votod down, Messrs, r-liloii. Hatch and Flower voting nay and Mr. Chandler avp. Another amend- ment fixing tho tinw of hoi ling the fair from April to Oct. Ml-.', wits offvro 1 and car- ried An taken ivithout action on the fil'tii stction. end. At ilK. .iior ,bo brief session the well mini l.ilili. H-liieh 1ms lieon used by Milfre for swearing jie an 1 seimtoi's. indiscrnn men, Hie committee, room and restored in thc office of the ser- t-anns. llr. D.ilph is busily engaged in preparation of his report. Ihe sub- joct has lost most of its interest and will (irobably file a nuiet death. IN THE HOUSE. WASHINOTOIT, March lerday morning passed senate bill (with an Amendment striking out the appropriation clause) incrcasii g from Jl.VI.OJO the limit of cost of the building at Sacra- mento; joint resolution calfteg on the secre- tary of war for a further report as to the Kli-( tion of NEW YOHK, aunual meet- ing of tho Commercial Cable company was hold yesterday. The following directors were c looted tor the ensuing year: John W. llackoy, James Cordon Bennett, Hector and Jules Castro, A. B. Chandler, George S Cae, W. L. Scott, O. G. Howland, Charles Nordboff, E. C. Flatt, E. J. Matthews. Rich- ard Iririn and A. De Castro. W. L. Scott is tlie only new name on the board. A Horn! Pnrchaite. WASHINGTON, March treasury department to-day purchased 4 per cent, bonds at 133 and per cent. KSICPH at NEW YORK, March A large, crowd tended the r.icijs nl (-iutteninir.; ynsterilay. The wrathor was plouii'int an, I tim'k good Fn-st race, lulie: Buss Vml second, Big Brown time, 1 od first thir.1- Secanil r.ice, soiling, furlongs: Oar first, Ralph Ul'ick second. Alveda third- sman time, 1 1 race, mile: Bradford first, Lady Pulsi.tr second, Lady Agues third; time, I ;D5. I'buitli race, the Thomns Egan stake Glenmound fli-st, clay selling. 1 mile: Stockton second, Kapine third; Fiftti race, tbe Shamrock stakes for 2-yea.- olds, mile: Eclipse first, Alarming second, Josls W. third; time. 33. Bixtti race, mile: K.'rtus fll-st, John B. second. Iturwood third; time, Henry W. King Iiiriioteil. v, March 18. Henry W. King, prefect of the Institution for the Blind if no occupation. Since Ang :i .s.ai, there were 3.79! piiilubitod from landing and were returned upon their personal reques-r. year 4212 were prohibited from landing, and wore sent back. '1 ho board's finances show there was onhnnd.Ian. 1, 18MO, while during the year there was received W.-JOU from rentals, from imm.igr.uit funds, and from other sources enough to m'ike tho total receipts The balance at the begin- ning of this year is with osf in unpaid bills. Mr. Peck's bill for making the care of armories a state charge, came up for Una] passage Mr T'ecl: was supported by Messrs. Bush and Itndgcs in hi, argument for the pussagj of the bill. Mr. Acker opposed it and said the state was pnyins en mgh f0r the National Guard and further expenditure wan for' Iho couiuie, had armories hod got the state to bui'd them on tho undorstanding that the comities would caro for the build- mp. Ihe bill was to 111. Tho general conde ,.nalion law prepared by the committee on revision Bill.', ordered to third i-o-Umg. Mi-Brady's, making the selling of pools except at rnce trucks a felony Bills introduced: By Mr. Ojenther-Requiring contractor, on public works to fih a. bond for the pay- ment of tho materials furnished. Mr. Van Vi-onken Appropriating for improving the basement of the Bchenectady armory. By Mr. for free pub- lic libraries in incorporated villages of the state. them which they continually rolled down toward again. All thu work of relief wan curried on with great difficulty. One by one the men were extricated, but ai the workers went down further they discovered new victims, and the horror steadily grew The forward part of the building still stood high and burning fiercely, and threatened every moment to fall and bury the rescuers but they gave no heed to the peril. On either side thu walls towered and teemed ready to fall, but there was no time to think of them. As fast as the became exhausted others filled their places, to there was not a moment of delay in thn labor of relief. Every moment was filled with an awfu suspense, for all were thinking of friends who lay buried beneath them. Names which men inquired after were passed hurriedly from lip to lip, and people bent down to scan closely tlie blackened and scarred faces. Persons who had friends among the fire- men, or among citizens who were supposed to huve heon in or near the fatal walls, became frantic as time passed and they could get no word. As the wounded were carried out of thc ruins they were met with embraces and tears of ,joy, but when the still, broken forms were borne nway, motionless and limp, then it was when thn full sadness and horror of the calamity came upon the waiting crowd. At this hour p. m.) twenty-two men have been taken from ruins, nine of whom were dead nnd the rest more or lew In- jured. Others ere known to be under the debris, but have not yet been reached. Tbe following to a complete list of the killed and wounded Killed: GEOBOK OI.ESH. GEOROK FAUUCKER. ANDIIKW CHERRY. AI.BKIIT HUFFMAN. TTi.rHKES OLAZIKR. RICHARD LOWBY. TIIOMAR BLACK. EHPY HTORMKK. .lOAN BURKHACLT. WIM.IAM HEINZI.E. CHAKLKS JKNKINB. BAMUKI. Nmu All were firemen. Wounded: ANTHONY pipeman. LKW RAKBRT, fireman. THOMAS BARRETT, fireman. A. C. MKRCKR, captain of the flre depart- ment. SAMUKL W. NEIL, pipeman. THOMAS A. BLACK, pipeman. WEBB ROBINSON, pipeman. WILLIAM PARTKI, pipeman; internally hurt; may die. HENRY WOOKBUPF, pipeman; badly hurt. EBKNKZER LEACH, pipeman, cut and bruised. TOJC TAILENTYRE, foreman of engine No. 3, fatally crushed. WILLIAM LEONO. pipeman, slightly hurt. CHAHLKS JENKINS, pipeman, badly bruised. WILLIAM HEINBI.ET, pipeman, badly hurt. Children's P.ncy Fast ttlbbed 15 cts for 9 cm. Best line of of Aria Shields only Oct. nnd 15 cU. Old fashioned linen Note Paper only 5 CU. per dozen, and Square Kn.elopea to match ai 6 cts for parkat-c of 25, this Paper and Envelopes if sold form would sell for 25 A Special lot of While sad Cream KB. velopea for 3 and S cla. a pack of 28 en> vulopos. Latest Novelty Kancy Linen Note Paper for ID ols., wurtb 80 cla. A Limited lot of Fancy Box Note Pa. per for 5 els. School Tablets only Sj School Crayon, only 0 cla..' per bos Kxlra Large WriliDg Tablets Superior Quality Paper for 10 Large Boxes Kancv Palnla Ladies' Corset Covers made of super- ior quality ptuilfn only 2S clg. New Style fancy Novelty Braid, very I'retly Designa. Bew Quality and finest assortment of Black. White, marble and Colored Table Jii Clolh awquarun wide only 28 cts a yard. Fancy Linen Torchon Lacei all width. tbe greatest variety of dutigni only 3 8J clg., 8cU., il< cts., 4cm., to 21 per yard Ihe choicest i inentin the City. Anew and attractive assortment of thc Celebrated P. Crntcraeri. MousqueU airc, Olovi'8 wfUHl to right but. tons in all the best sizes. The most, desirable Patterns In Uanv 'Jurg flouncluge at 88 cU., 45 cts., and 55 cu.. per yard these are wnrlh yonraee- tng. UA flue Detention of Infants' fancy em- bioidorcd While Flannel Hkirtlngs at the low price of 75 cts., 97 and per yard, these flannels Bell for jiist about more lu other. Infants' and Children's Cloaks and Robes for 81.85 lo W cacti LaleM Styles and favorite colors. ERIE STORE. Maori CARL SCHAIIER 59 East Third St, Has just roct'ivod a full line of Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to him befoi purcliaging. LADIES! (f you want an catty and comfort- able slioe. with a heavy oole. one that wilt Jons BUBKHAHT, plpenmn, badly hurt about the head. Deck Lowrie, pipeman. Is (till under the i-ui us, as is also Walter Jones, and U b sup- posed they are both dead. The Bo wen-Merrill company's low Is 000; insurance, Lots on building, tl of by smoke and water, and Bryam ft Sullivan, dry goods, Beveral smaller stocks are badly damaged. one. Tl.e maximum penalty for the offense Owego is ten years in the penitentiary. Adjourned. ig the un- opening the To Inereaw the Capital Stock. Shinnecock NSW YOBJC, March a 'Ik county. ing of the New York, Danburr Amending tbe charter of railroad yesterday a naoluUon was directing that the capital stock j from i keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong Co's Hand Well, common sense sliocc. They will please you. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, _______ ____________________ _____ Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's! r'SPAPEJR
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