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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, THURSDAY, 20. 1890. B tlEPREKENTA TIVE USINESS HOUSLt OF DUNKIRK. vrW KUI.INO WUHIM' fir mint k all kinilsof l.lnnkBU the Infest a iditi' Mechanical Department i f Dunkirk unjmiiv an I n a-A Yuri T A Central Aienuc Nu kel I lat Uepot All grades ol liar I and Coal WooS Lumber. Shingles anil I nth t re lellv Coireipon lencc for wtolcmle Ion loHcited. KB. Ki and 225 Untral Avi Artistic Innuintiinc u >tographs ol IluWes u sptualtj Mtui need not lor suut-hinc eiiept li i babies. H OOK IRVINII I'rj prirtor. No 'fc fc, St-enn I stieet iicm Hul lalo street. Uiinkirk N Mi Pamphlets, cU boun 1 in all   Lirery and Uoa k n IK ti Victor Uitld ii5 and Lion bti tt L 11TV HAIitieit SU01- Under Lake Shor N linnal litink conn. Center ami Ihiril HUCUUI A une stock o foreign and Domestic igaru I i Practical borttu i (o durata truttiug hurate u B r utlLiiti n of rou t lUHKIKK EVENING OU-iKIll tB Largest Daily ID the Comity An unoeiualled advertising medium DUNKIRK ENGINEKIUSO COHI1 tutn 'iri> sellcw A 1 ppli ManuiuUurcrboi Litgints, lluileii, I'lil HuiiKcrH, eu L IIB, tf orgi uuaimgb, luul Work HHIHr 2U. un t Center Btrctt, MuiiufuLiuiciB ol UIL mwoli" find "Dunkiik1 pcrlti I- lilting bUirttt On in utt lea hug lun idtnug, ulothinfc AQd dry goodn IIOUBCS in Utinkirk F. 4M ana 4 to 1 ion Btrnl. Hour, teed, alt UuleU liny, 1 Kalbbluliud. 1877 pbittea, etc a, UOTKL, and fining sal Ln on jS Depot fcasy at-ccna to all iruina ami bus uufio noubta. uccominotiaLM nb loi Com Aerciat iraveieis John J Murphy, KHLKKS A CO., itTanajyE Tbin ntr< tt. JTioe Furniture, cabinet Ware umi I p tt ruaivu m t le lo onlcr ITI D. MATTESON CU., 301 Central Ave, Lea lers oi Fashion anil Gentlemen Oututujrs i i AKEL1. STEAM 11E ATI NO CU ol Steam Healing Suniuvry Plumbing it Specialty H OMB HTKAM uur epe  living ruled b> Dunkirk 1'rinling Company, Sand 10 at U. VAN IJlIItKN A HON, I- in Acouleul uiul General Insurant in Heal fcttatc and I onnu Life, il ren n paid to the utre oi i roperlj uiltci t te Ac 219 1 eater At 2nd Ho >r VI O ROE'S 100 central Avcmu flcacUiuartero lor Wall I'uits Oils J W., 209 Center street Manufacturer and lealcr in il n m i K Undies, Collars, Trunks.tt hi pp, Unflal Kohej. KSCHOLTKS, 17 East Third bircit ihlonableTullur Uciitlcnicn w I find it to their adva itage to callon un luisinc here II. CARV U., 1 ion atieet II twm U li le f i.oile 1'iunu r H Supplies I'll Cloths, dial, tc 1 special stteli s blitnk books, ledgers, nu 1 all kiuilaol blank-i done it Dunkirk 1'un mi; Compunj, Suiid iv b Second -t. 1> I -PECIAL. ANNOUNCEMENT ,2 4 CO Patent Attorneys fclfl 7tli Tst K C.opp U s PatentOf i c 1'iiUnts- (iiuiitHftnd lie Issues secured I rn le MurksicKintcicd All Patent busmes i 1 ie e I li i modciatc PceB Informati r I VH i am I spec ml references sent on ruiucsl A yojJTH can be rnadt workinj, f us Persons prc f ir d wl o c in furnish a h jrst and give their whole tin i busnit-Sa Spare moments may be profit ly tmployrl also A few vacancies in town- n I i ie U I- JOHNSOV A CO, tooy Mam Kic imontl Va ROOMS TO RENT! In I he Merchants Itunk Iluitdinif Inqtnrt >f tl Jacob Wirtnfr or frank May SPRING 1890 F, D, MATTESON WAIT FOR DHLAP'S Spring Hat, Saturday, March 1st Call and See Them THE REV1SI1D REPORT C. O. Penfold ManufaclmerHnd Impoiter, JU4 MAIN 8T, IIUtFALO, N.JT. DEAI KR IN Diamonds, Watches arid Jewelry, (I k> sihciunu I uithoi cli KITUOLPH Cor Ihinl an 1 ilulTalo St8 Dealer in brunih. Marble HIIIIKHIK nnd Building Stooe. Call on me before buying your side-walk I8UEV 00, 7 anil 9 bant Irani street. Whisky. Wines Liquor Store (or Family Llao COMPLETE LINK Of HOLIDAY GOODS BOBKRT Tl'KAV, Lion 8tri et, tho depot. Buarcling, Sale, toed and Livery Stable Stabling by the da) or week on reasonable ternu. SAM J. OIFFORU, SOI Central Are (Up General luuurnncc ami liful Kauiu- Agent. Fire, Acciclont. anil Live Stock Inmirancc Prompt attenuon Kivan u. buying and delimit Real Mtale rp c. JONES, I 76 E. Third it., oor Deer Kzeelaior Meat Market Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oysters ami Poultry. Or the Liqior Habit, Positive W w ATCHKS. JEWKI.KV, AC. Bny tbe Aurora Kailrou) Watch Repainntr (fc Frank fTsiapl. 88 K. Third H. MOCKKR, MercbaniTailoT tlft l entTft! V R T. EOLPII, M D Phv-Mcinn anil S irtreon Office over Ly K'B Drug store Cei tral Telephone No 9 Calls may he left at I. von 3 AIMimSTtllM N. HalllS' HUII WIClFlt. II cia In a cup el or toi. In if I tides ot food, without the knowledge of Ihe per- i son taking U; It Is absolutely harmless and will effort a permanent and upeedy cure, whethel the paticntlaamoderate drinker 01 analcoballc wieck IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cine in cvei y instance 48 ptee FRCE, Address In confldcn-e, COLCEN SPECIFIC CO. OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON THE WORLD'S FAIR Objection! Ajalnut it Fedrml Corpor- ation Met by tbe Creation of One Un- der the l.uwn of the Guar- antee ArrangemRntK ConMldrrecl 5atla- Minority WASHINGTON, March .JO The select woi Id's fair committee, yesterday submitted to the house the re port of the committee on the Chicago Id rt fair bill A large part of the i eport is dci otwl to review ing the dif fereut sections of the lull which alrendj been detailed in full Tho fllth wctim it is stateel, authorizes a national i omnnssK n in place of a local corporation as pifnuled in tbe original bill to accept foi the woi Ids fair the site, plans and spec of the buildings to bo erected and tcnile i e 1 by the corjwrution creixted undei the laws of the state of Illinois know n as the 01 Id s expo sitlon of 1W.2 I lie i eport states that the committw in piesentmg this section the objei tions which havi IHCII talst 1 against a f i noi ation and withcut jnwer to man anv. obli fatlons is instruc ted this act to accept the buildings onh hen the} shall be deemed by the commission to be adequate for the purpoMstoi which they aie intended The t contlr lies In the whit h wassubnuttexl to the house the IHh section stated that not less than the sum of J 000 (XX) should be Mib se iibed nnd pledge I and not less than 10 per centum the! eof should Ix actunllv paid in cash before the commission could do any cor- porate act othe i than that uecessai y U. itl organuution flie bill now reported is still moio conseivative piotccling tlie govern inent s mteicwt so fai HS its connection it is concerned and insimng the financial success of the tan Viejoiid a reasonable con- tingency b) pioviding that the commission shall not only be satislleei that tie actual benia lidH suUst i iption to the e apltal stoe k of at least 000 has I (en made ofnbuh not less than 000 has been paid but also declaies that the furthu sum e f (WI 000, making shall be piovidulb} the corpoiation m ample time 01 as needed for the successful prosecution of the woik 1 he committee has giv en eai e ful insider ation to tlM statements of tin i epi of the finance committee of the citv ol Chi ago as to the mbsfii] tions to the tofk of i (M OKI mid believes tl L sill M i iptic us to lie buna I dc th it tin an in yiod fiuth nnd that thn Willie paid Some of the state- met ts made Ihe rhairniun of that com mitteenieaipeidel ti tlusiepoit 1 lu com mitleealsc a  the bill pn viousl) considered oi in the discussion while the location of the site w en ling And youi ceninnt t di ues to recognise the fact tint it is dm t the of Chicago that it sh mill In a-ssi 111' of tin i tion of this bouse that the fan is I I p h 1 in the i Ih of Chicago vithout luitl i di 11 as th" 1 us incssanniigements c 111111x111! with tbf )no- visionsof this act can li Httei adjusted when they are assm el of the ncti n of con gress. The coninnttec el um that thi gov ei of the United States dots not os- sumi an) risk but is asked to asnimie su h legislation as to demonstl ate tint it is In svmi vthy and des i us to elie minge the cftoi ts of thi i ill MIS ni hit in tins gieat natu nal aid mteir tui I nj tbit will muik this imp Hunt cjuxh in the his toiy ol the woild and cimmeni uate the life and seivieesof Chiisto] hei Lolunilms in a niannir woith) the c'ontini nt which he dis e >v n id" Ihe i-epoit analt nnd explains oac li sec tion of the bill Coi 11 mng scetK n S which provides foi the di diejti n of tin t ml IIIIL.S on the loth da) of IMU tin says that thcic was a difference ot opinion in the committee on the time for holding the exposition jnd each member resened the light vote for sui h time tor opening and i losing tho exposition us Plight be deemed best after fm tiler di e ussi m The cost of mint I is limit d bj tho bill to and th bid apjiipnates tllXl 000 of that am m t 1 i tlu remainder of this fiscal viai mil foi the hscal year ending June A) Is'H Jhe expense of the government exlnlit m iiiitainance of buildings and contingent expen t to June jO, 1S91, aiepiovided foi bv an appellation of 000, and the vv hole exp  of uhich shall be satisfactory to the committee we report the pending bill with amendments as the committee may agree upjxi CONGRESSIONAL WORK nr on Agricultural M 4d VN. omptun. WASniM.TON Maich JO In the senate vesterda) Mi Pierce, Mi Call and Fvartj, mnde speeches on the educational bill and Mi oorhees spoke at length on his resolution as to agi icultural depression ice Presiel.m, Morton rexumed the chair of tlie piasidmg oflle-er A bill to inciease of T soldier of tlie war of 1HU (Isaac N Daly, 'if 3 pan, old) from to S50 a month wan nasaed Tho lesolution offered by Mr Voorheeg kut Monday as to agricultural depression was taken up and Mr the si nute in i elation to it It was now nearly thirty years be said since the close of a terrible war had given unhallowed vice an opportunity to pie) upon (lie jiatrlots of the country The nieasmes then lesoiled to for the taxation of me class eil citzensand foi the em ie hment of another had been the legislation bv which tlie burden cf the publ-c. debt had been doubled silver demonetized and a high pro- tective tai itf established The time would come at no distant day w hf n the f ai mer would look on the proposi tion to tux him and his wife and children for the pi tcctmn and benefit of other people be- side-himself ax he would look on a law ol ss to establish the ai my worm and il on his wheat, to Infest his tattle with muri am and his hogs with cholera It was a iioti i lous and sell-evident truth that the tariff as it now stood increased the farmer s ex[ c use ae i ount from 35 to 100 per cent on rviiv implement of industry with which he Uiilcd mid last j ear binding twine had been enhanced 18 e'en ts a pound b) the tailff and twine tmst Mr ooi heea held that the value of un proved farm land had decreased 38 per cent m tbe e The edui utional bill was then taken up Mr 1'iei ce sjioke in opposition to the bill, or in fav 01 of postponing action on it until next December Mr Ev ai ts followed with a speech m sup- p irt >f the bill He had seen the bill past twice w ith great concurrence on the republl can snl of the chamber and with large absent on the De mi e ratic side but then, the situa tion of congress and of the executive had been such that there was no reasonable ex pectation i f the 1 ill becoming a law If the bill could have been submitted to a vote of the house of i epi iwentutives it would have passed with a gicut deal of enthusiasm, but the dictation ol the Democratic caucus and of the committee looms prevented its being presented to the House Tbeie had been also a question whether the then executive would have approved the bill >ow all that viaicbanged Whatever should be the action of the senate, if it ittssed the bill it WHS doomed to pass the was sure to n ceue the approval of the president I hei D would have he said to be found some- thing to sdtisfj the Northern people if tbe bill HBIB m killed in the senate betterthau had been presented bv any of the opponents of tho bill Mr Call spoke in favor of the bill He supi i i ti d it because it was a donation with out ee millions Mi Bute e btamcd the floor and the bill wontovti The senate then at 5p m ad ji uiuccl until to-da) VIOHKMLN IXDlSI'KKbS. MUCH MISERY CAUSED BY THE COLLIERS' STRIKE oiiil iruotorlei Compelled to ClOM Don it for Want of rani. Throwing the Poor I'tople Out of Fmplen von Caprlii Appointment Ueiirrnllr Coimiilered m Good LoMJni March X The distress lesnlting directl} and mdliectly fiom the colliers' stnkeia spieidmg with alarming rapidity thi ough nit The misery is not con fined to the sti ikeix and their families for thn former are sufHeiently provided with funds to enable them to prolong the struggle foi betei H! weeks but IH felt wholly among the woikeiN m other melus'i ivluih have become stagnant for want of luel The large n on nulls- at lipton, Staffordshire closed 3 day for lack of coal to keep them run ning and many othei mills and factories have also shut down or mil do BO to-daj Thus thousands of working men and women who by steadv employment earned Uu i Jy enough to sustain life are temper ai ily tin n out of work and ai e already in man} t ases ol ts of ehai ity Loi nl aid has >een invoked to supply the needy with food MM IHEtURI A pirtirlelu applied into each nusrril and is agri-cable Price oO cento at Dniggisu, by mail ELY Uarrcii ticot, Ncwlork -rHE RIGHT ONES PITTSBURGH, PA. A FiimierH N Y March 20 largely attended meeting of farmers and milk pro- ducers as held here yt stenlav foi the pur pose of organizing a local branch of the Cen tral union. Addresses w ere made by Mr C C Smith, secretary of tbe Central union and others. The following officers were elected President, F M Bliss of Hobart, treasurer, George Dubois of New Paltz, executive committee, President Bliss, J Decker and John W Crowell of Walden, J W Calhoun of Hobart and James B Moore ofRoxbury The executive committee will rnoet at the Cosmopolitan hotel in New York OK Saturday next. IN THK HOUSE M K) thohouse yes- terdi} Mi toopei d Ohio a member of the r niniittccunelectun-, lulled up the Mary laud cuitastel ensoul Mmld agaimt Comp- ton it being ngiceil that delate shall be limited U six hours, at the end of tune the pi tn luiib qucstiou shall be considered ay Dldf Vi Laccv of Iowa opened the discussion with ail ni unient in rt of the claims of thn conlcstaiit Me srs Hula 11 of Pennsylvania and Grcen- Imlge oi MasMic husctts hjioke for the contest- ant Mi M >n ol Itxas iinij Mr Gibson of ilissoun fir the sitting member At -1 U p m pending a vote, the house adj inn d A HOUSE COMMITTEE LEAK Mr McKenna Gave Away the Provisions of tho TurllT BUI Maich was a good ck.nl of feeling demonstrated on the house side of the Capitol yesterday partifu- in the nays and means, committee ver the action of the Ki publican members of the committee in givnif. out for the benefit of thn C ilifornm sngai men several days ago thp s hedulo agreed upon Every "effort was us 1 to keep a knowledge of the schedule fin 11 c list crn sugar men Mr McKenna of C i ma one of the committee, was au 111 1 to give it out in the West, on his i epi cs nt ition that Califorma was particu- larh interested in the sugar question He piompth gave out, not only the sugar s h( dnic but the whole bill to the correspon dents if California newspapers, and the Cal ifoinusu HI speculators would have had at liast twtntj fimi hours advantage of the eiustcin men m knowledge of the sugai sched- ulplialn t a knowledge of Mr McKenna s ad'on If ikcdout 1 oio S m nf the membei-s say that Mi IkKcnna was, not nutlionzed to give the bill to the press The Republican members of tlie nijs an I mi ins committee have been kept ei y busy foi t u> duvs explaining the I. ak. he roHi r irk Launched PHILADJ IPHIA llaich The United States truisel J.MVHI] thn flrst vessel de- signed unilei Sccutar> fllutncj s adminis- ti iticm of the and Ihe last of the three stcclcimseib built bj Cramp Sons, was InuiPhid from her wooden ci adle at Ci amp's on the Delaware, at attcruoon The launch, notwith- the orable weather was wit- nessed b> a laige numberof people including a delegation of members of congress, al officials and othei s fiom Washington When the cruiser madi hei initial plunge into the Delanaie iss (nacH- H Be daughter of CongiesNinin Boutelle of Maine, and chairman of ti committee, broke the legulatiou li i c ol champagne on her bows and rhiisteuiHl her I rfc t unm [Hxted b> theemfieior but pilsn i hi its not having lieen pi evented txj hi i cailier It isnot lieheveid that anv mi i Led changes in the policy of Pi nice BisniRiek be made foi the present at least SKFTCU OF THB CHAVCKI.LOB Leo Von Capnvi was born 50 yearn ago, his fathei being a prominent ci iinmal jurist and julge of tho Prussian his mothel the daughter of a college pros! dent He entered the aimy and aftei DANGER TO LIFE utU r Inbablttintii. WASHIVOTOV March JO Ihesecretoiy of wai sent to house nn ansvu i to lite leso lution ad iptwl March l'i asknv if thi'ie i" reason to appirhend unusual danger to hiimmi life b> I IIP pi esent flood in the Missis- sippi i iver 'i he chief signal oftlim to horn the mat- ter n as refei red that the following parishes and comities me m imminent danger of extensive if not complete overflow to such a depth us toiendei lossof life-probable, unless the part of the sectioiw la now being or has been vacated b} the inhabitants III population, 10 117 In the of The nanshesof Madison >n TeiiBts tion, 17 Sl'i (oncnrdiH ixipiilillon 14'114 Avovelle lit "4" Puinte onjiea 17785 1 he signal ollli e gav e a n HI mug on March 1 that by Maich r> tho hith v atoi at Vicks- btirg w i ni Kl appioxiniute tiie great and de- stnulne floodof 188J On the morning of Match U special dispatches were sent to CJIMO Memphis, Vicksbuig anil New Or leans and also given to the press associations, setting foi th the imminent danger, mid ad- vismg that st  iiihiibitinits of have taken except thiough the A FALLING WALL It Intlirei Number i.f IVople nt Indlxii- Mnii-h -The front tion of the BonenVemll building still tnniting aftei the disastions lalumitv fell w ith a 11 aah yestei dav Si vci nl mji.i ed men weie taken out Ihe einsh in lied down with it the wall of the hull ling adjoining occupied by V C Bli knell and eked the entiiestoeU of notions and r hiiinnnre The wiillof I in II ixeii pusl by hi 1111 llu rtin0gist wi ds i lushed Ihe exeili inent wot, in i i i tit, fiont wall of Ihu binned bin u i,  mail about the middle of July He could not pi oduve the envelope but had the letter It was found to lie dated Apul long before Wright had heaid of such a ease Aftei the publication ol the case he hiid seen Monoll and Moulin together at the county cleiks office Monell assured bun eveivthiiig vias all right about tho case At auothei time when he saw Mont II and Meuka togethei Monell had Mid "It w 111 he only mue-dius wonder I know one of the re- imloi-s who gave it awa) He had several omeiinlunib with about the cam and iiilxpqtiPtith this lettei (Hontlekmtlal lion Lvorylblng 18 being binned up Kii u to Hie plan orlglaally adopto! by you- pioresslnni.1 rights nothing Your author ily tr mi Monell prolei w yon I don I think any thing  r riiiolin J1 els New Slylc fancy Sovclty Braids very I'rolty DCSIRIIS Best Quality and finest assortment of Slack While, marilc nnd Colored Table Oil Cloth wide o .ly ZA cu a yard Fancy Linen Torchon LS.CH widthi and the greatest variety dt-wgns only 2 cts els 1 ct8   dismissed Count Von on a duck shooting trip to the lower Chwa- from 1872 to 1871 w.M___ the anny penke bay He wiJl absent several dap. the Into Lord Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's. 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