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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 31, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               KEPRESENTATIVE B OF DUNKIRK AHKW IlULfMO MACHIVI- f r i ul all liinciB ol Wanks l '.Rulu n iult> need nut wu.t for mnhliint uxicpt In BOOK HIMlKKY-lAMhh IHVI" priutor. No lb H SL  attimfed to All w  30s Central Xttnnt' Wholesale and retail d< nK i ml joiU.'! lomeatu China. Gluaawart, At. NOU iHihf limt f T pin inn j HUB, me n it MllH t it vnir tfindt i.vns UtiMn lu f timid irii'Nnu ni d tlKHi ill for Vmnl i nn nh TI Ii Uu i i n -t H tn 1 inutiil) ui> (he si find i ire1-! in hniKliMlt MH tit tn Hnl! ind S ut i pmtr r plan anlinm1. nou n I 3 Ot It r tint of UK m wind -i I1 K s t IK up tin t Mill inn-t MHIK nt 1 IK 1 ODD Ut 1 A O 1'iiti nt Attorney Ml 7lli SI I) I l itont Of flii1 1'iiUMds, LfiM find Ke HOI mod Ji idc M nks t ud I'nu nt hutintsr- Minthuttd for nn It t tU Vus Inform tli n A (hue find H pi (ml lufticnuH M nt on M CHADTAIHiUA HD1KI., UalCb, t) I'i i anil sfilile in nuiiiti Vlitir Lull i, SardifT I in" "lr CITY BAKKKK SHOP Chua Nugle, Luilcr L.ikt Sl.orc N.ilioiml Ultnk, i >rn( Center and 'I Innl Btrceth A Hue k o foreign and liomuBtio t igaiH. lOMiLIN A SON, KM cenuu Blrei I, horBC-Blutia. Piirtu nlai HLUIIIIOI to Interfering hoism Hnocing trotting tiorbCB uepcoialty 1 EVEMV! OHSFK1 K. LarKCBt Daily in li t OT u An unequalled advertising medium DCNKJltK KNtilNKKUINU COMJ'LM torir'rl} Mikw it fi Uanufactim rv oi knfcims, llui'u-, J'ulU CMUnga.Hiiu'SiuriiDt) Work loonier t vUNHlKK CO., M> ui'i if tenter h-trtft, M.umf u mu rs of J t 'Cromwell" Ami "iMinkuk" [.oiloU- Utiin DreaB biurlH. On salt HI nil U ulinK Clothing ami dry guoite tiuusto in Dunkirk, DF. TOOMEV, 454 and HI. I.ion sir l Kealer m tloiir, ieed, alt. Unit 1 I pbaUiB, utc Lslabluhed, H77 4, K1E HUTKL llcpot ineflfi houses, lieut IKI onnii iilai'onp lor ion anil tnu.uA ial .n. I in, i to nil ti uns uu I 1 i iilai'onp lor Mnr[ 1 r j CO., Vt a lid W k I'lnrtt etii f I Furuiturt, Cabinet Wart am! I p- log. 1'iclurc t1 mint-B mudt to order f rrnl r ii'urn s'l l I, in i L Ih, lr v. I] tiint t tl husiu s tr. mi ill nlsm i> hi proitt ilily tmploj I ilsrt A ku i n !i_s m t Lnilnoe, I 1 I'lHNSOV (11, icon Mm St Ku h-n ,n I V i WIVll I> in M f h -d lion siii m K, MOO, to 'oni'h n ini MIII lul S 1 .......nui uu n ill I lo Im I- I ,tlnnr, Mi If U. I II lo I II Ullll IS ill -1 U i Cail, of Uu l sat.n, i uu inlii i i. i mi I, -i.....II tin) 1 li ni t i IMII.I d I u j ni o i ilm I ll.....I I ll U II I II. ll I k I ,1 N -i I SM I I ml ol In i I I i Minion lonn I inlh pin iu> It >r Bin ill intnli'i Lo s nl pn.ini-iift I In-, "mi m ,11 rn i ilv Ilian oili ,i purl ol iln lull nuNai I lioti N an heini; Inidt nd i ilroitspioj i ti I A KO> d IIIOIIM in IMIJI; Clnnlis Ma..... 1 In, I'nk l.i i h DIM, N 1 Elders' Book m mil oil frt? to inorrloi nan, ROOMS TO RENT! In tilt M. IIKJIIIK, of I ink Iluililn IHI ib Un tin i in foink M n If It. MATTKSON ll CO.. KM Central Ave Leaders ol Pushtoo anil Gt ntleraen unttlttcns STEAM HEATING CO., Manufacturers ol ilenling SaniUirj Plunihing a 11 OMB STEAM LAlirsUHV. Oar specialties' Fine Shirts, We, i oilurd, Jo; Lace Cuiuuns tut1 Heln- sry. A W. Cummings, tenter II K. OKUiU, E llnrdit ,cor ol BntTule and dealer m tt me A, Shoos STO HENUt WEILEU'S NEW STORK, 101 E Third_Bt- IJookB. Mii-iuil 1 HCKKALO, N Y. Wt- liiu c mnil loi s.iniiilcs nt cnihroiili i ii Siu-li lire jilc.'wd to ivci-ui', Imi beg to iiik tor in il to th wanted. State tions or aKo vliat and idea of the price. We e a em hi ouk lies t'laL is stcond to none in the count ij and jieiior to an) in Bufl'alo. The money value u e ofFei simply nnpaialhd Tliere are edgings fioni i oi an inch to 18 inclii s wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss iriiiNlin. Matched sets of idiii in different iM-itiou of ma- g an kind OC% UK' and evert Dm ion flrwt diBB j Hrhoo liookBasix  [H'l .11   B. CART never was a tune when j on could tnule here more ndvan- Supphee, OlH lotlis. Giai AHIHMII- f UonnxiiiiK, THE ACCIDENT TO THE CITY OF PAR'S MAY D1 SCOUR AGE IT The Ui bn More Than Hie Oflhprx to The Fm- I Conffieiice Con- drrnm tl I ubm Ottmr AfT ttrw t, 'll _ Jhe jiohsf ngprs fiom the f J nisfif uk the conduct of tin in the matter of 4 Ui irlisfildt 1 ship tuut t bit of njuliiug is Fts and eom- foitnbln li ihe same there is a pi no ml fi clitiy that the way of M Mill of the tii mfiid- Oits sti i i i uf i Ins ns u sui rounded by i to rlo unilej the tmumsNums home of the thought the big hitfl Sim bteamei To lune tinned mound and towed thL Cit> of fans into pm t buttlm offieeiscf thi C it> of Kn is s.ud this would bain bet n all pieM-dcnt and ntiulv unnefessHM 111 MPW of the fiu t tlit rl d steamci was n M in distiess and m K.H h of oiht i helj> ARRIVAL Thr IH-n THE CITY OF PARIS Pans vrowN, Manh il Iho f ttv ii !ud hci ut 4 a tn iHCxnnniijrlui httlotn bin UK ox art imtmo a-id nt ol tin b i HUNDPCOS OF CURIOUS VISITORS VIEWING THE WRECK Flu n Flute -Much DftTtcnKv tn Ki [MM- H 11 k the Dum- Uill Ufiuh Ivro Million Dol- tlie Slnuil from I Loi isvrr IT, Mnuh -11 ]xwbib1e ihe sights eis weio c> en largei I ti m Ih' d pu ons nhtri the wi hil spec- la c n s f.isi unit 1 le I the- >f duy in ih it In li-ousii ti ly tniins In i lul-, f cniMiis vi--itois niul i i MII in hhniiM ities fiiui towns to -wdl Uit. nn'titiiln of who wended 1 1' tl utt i. r louaid tlie sfcnc ami th K' ii I l Inttih litliiuKvin iimintnin 1 U tilt II till rttfulrit [llOS-SUlf All ;htli it, UM uu h ]i u ht s <_< tlun yet made pubht U !HMI Iho lent. nut tht s ntu 1 it and it found thti making viitu with a possibility ol t  Hit tut t th it ih In nun and somu nt the- i tin i nnnudiuteh nltti tho iash ott um d uid clis K'tut nlaini Tlie roi in Ind IMMU flood wl tbioirh the titin tiiln-s h it ihe t i nui t I d to lose Ihi SK ond i ngmeoi iinninnl at hispont andnski 1 his Jife in tho cHoit to shut oil sfonm lu this he tinallv MK t eedid ind thus the mat hutei v hnm to-tnl w IK k Alter tlu. sti tun i htd ih ii ted about a tune itli ut mi: tt s ul llu tluof nfllrer amlsiv i td inn b nit tlit ti ii I il Hi I in. is, h  came lo the aid of the dixitilcd unei Trliuu BKRI IN Mauh of jtei-sons visited inn e Hism u  fit ft lid IK hsi'uhu Moiuln the ex thane Lllurs biithtln> fulls on 1 uos ln> next the odehiation of the exent by his fi lends nnd aiiran ci bc-rnn t st k  as n 't i lit f i >t sup] ii sed At u late houi M n! MII f I toui mines weie boino on thi !i I ii i itt ul MI 1 of (hose but thno wi it t i i. n I i n tin 1 1 ins dm mg the whole ol N m I tv i r k ol bin muj tlio dead u i t iy HIM ML In isknest I i us s nt the utv bung t ix I t i tli i til n pi i cs ion eon- t.uni'dlKf lieu (s bodies of tin unf i UIMK huinhi Mi I Inn1, Mn i in, linnet rout mil U.I an L Miu> M f hds> fuiui al s( i it s ui u hi Id ut tlu ulu lial at the sin time 111! II M tlU 1'ROl 1 SSIONS Hiunbd.H 1 O O F renuuned at Hill liming the nlU-inoon Mipuul iiflivi'ied an nldim nt ,n I n, d on.' it a time (he il pin- whuh ht dwtlt on me ni) tuablo r, -lons.tlii 1 n mbci of tuitliaUin- servKistoUn? diipoioi D.I I to (-.nrnum I illi 1 nt tl, I ills hall Thflbinmls Othei sinnlfii unpoit WPIP in ide I i it u I i cs nt HUM idci mtinitd ii hid 'i u iniii ho tho 1 unit n "A of this rbaiartt r lould IxMiiade w ith business piopni tv S.i fai ns Pi l bin is com pint d d inspic usuith nodmid but I see no "-o d n for n. wai JHU> slit h a-. 1 he Vat i n i I i_tm h mapped oin ind the dibliubdiKi is o1 Jtsimn reition as oni s iieduh wttstlif fiisttonp jtn P i SON m an n looi i nru Tw I I I i I istoi uf St ''in 1 i I Inn h p] u R at noon Hisson [Sniiu U was luu iod at the i'i Unu i o u s oi t u i and h i Ks i i (1 1 1 to vlD p  WIIH ti> ihisMi )i le of the inlond" p >U and ih i "t i In, nnfftitutui inn woe 1 u t 1 I tooL Inauraoce. Prompt attention -n I iiiiuir l and selling Keal Mttnufactinu uud Impoiter, Sd4 II VIS ST, Ut n VLO, N.j.1. C. I. 76E. Third st., cor UPC. Kxoelslor Meat Market, treah, Suit an1. OybU-w a., J M _______i Diamonils and l links IH I I Tlllt 1 I VJTATCHKB, Buy Aurora Ksllruail WnU li KepainnFT a epwialtj. Frank F. W_K__1 st. Merchant Tailor, S16 Central Avenue R. PKOFESSIUNAU f. HOLP1I, M. D and Offlcenver Ly Drug imie Rtsi Telephone No. 9 Calls may be lert at t e. l IXG.IOl l> f -ILI rr I'LS A CDMP1 I'IF LINK OK ffOLIDA I GOODS I ho> it SHAKEN FROM STEM TO STERN The Accident to the iry of Cirattv Kxclted I ON DON acculent to the iter.'nc i City of Pin tin ltd the JHMniles olf Fist met The pas- they hf TI 1 fi 1 >ud ciash followed bv an explosion ship qnnt'iftl, and the thumping of bi oken m u Lmiti.j in the engine loom shook the stenmei fi oin stem to stern Rho began leaking Uu h fiom a hole which ha 1 b ns on JuU 4 4 (.Umi'.l b.- mnd in tho s< hrdu o it dun of tuuidit dt thf Natiointl Inngur nun iiMkf Jhe Hnuis1 league will not the oilnul by thi e unhuustM ni teresls niakf (onfli tj dut s it n tmn sooin unlit u iiiul ti tn il li s ilur the publu i oin i i sni ie in hid f nilt t in enit IK KS siidi n-, to th  foals oi in Uu c f Hidt. id onn HIP nomi nto Mm Miinih> Co M n w f KM ttf neir NII Pn null i n n  Hn i "M 1 U his h t 1 M.T inre pi it making it bid foi Ihe coveted i s in M-xidi 31 tmd i--i il o nulioad iifFMtd mudi of pi ojioi t I b.ui s Hy b About fiOOhnt ot hi.i trestle nc-ik -nab do- ed and tn o lo n on bi Igi s eie blown f i mi their pi'is Ihcy audtw sti I into HiousanrN (f and shapes, and n total tompinv hopes to able to run trains in thi f eeks A mile 11 tiacli nustoin up bj, th A spetml trorn t Iv> sayb tl mi ib< i of lives lost mil not fill shoit 1 ii need os- ist IIH i ind it th n aln st col lain to b nbk iut'kptni nl nn wounded bv inv h IIKO tliti si nl! In ni cd of our aid it int withhold 1 f 1 (onfldentthnt Lht nit th ir solf-rcbance, will tau loi the suit Tossed Ahmit t iki OOLCOMU I'I >1 cjdon" of It oin th" southwest, n 1 i i-n and hail m floods n 'in fi ,IIIR house of I hu i 1J l H ttt js n lo pi s find t- nun i s (i ibont likepla) tin Mli u in t il r i m inn 1 Hi-. 1 "111 s- Ijllf iiOb] HQb li 'i i 1 T   the i nsl mj, Hi, i The onipnny Mtiit Puv HT k J iltt to whom w is lefpnod tho m-ltti of taxes on the Mot i s i d ES-PX R n icid com- the wind pany's pi opei t s, h e Hot idcd tlmt tl a c'oni- pan> must paj tin Inck taxes, in the t ing suras One1 hi ntliod ihou anl within d f s nf toi Um nd) in i i i in 1 tl st r o n u s I hmsdav i-, h ul onr in h in nininclpi U 11 nnd fe 1 brims, At 8ulli the wind wjis destiOMiij; main buililnirr "i d 11.5 ten twelve nion I oi s fw liairfu 1 jiu 1 De- port IT now tnn UP tuat Cariollh 1 in checks ind i it hei f aiululeiittiansictions, the tin. and 'oth i M on found all along tin fin iismJd to DIXOH Ihe 1 i ul w onndf d at Webster will number nt n i't iitiy Btidqos Broun Into n TJ, Ind II h 51 llneespans of tlit N and "Mi Valley p'nulij lo wh.t-h is. state prison u U i.uhmd l.i i Igo aci ued M'O') i tu u jvlll' Kv w ei land ruei, 1 ionn into the bvll 11 s lay s cj clone The loss of prop- ei tv in i o icinity of Kuttawa is about jxi-sons ate reported to hare been V n Opt i a House Karnsd NEW C Fa Mnrrb 31 Euily moiinng tho opera and throa iU I ni'd about thsrtj seiioiibly injured. At other buildings were clest file Loss b Ky nine persons weie killed. paitly inbuied A hujli wind was blowing ut the time of the fii e and for i Johnstown's Sympathy for I ottisvllle. time threatened the destruction of tuent> Pa., March 31 It is believed the fire was of mrendmry this cit> have sent to the suf- origm, ferers More will be sent the present week. How the NiitldiTM I HIV Will Orciip> Tlmfi 1 line IliU W Mnu-li mil take up the ma iti tton tonUM Itwillbt tli ittd probublx loi tho Io.pubh< in (Hmiiulei's and will IM seated, pioiinbly by a htrut (ill t oto hen the elc< Lion nses 01 e out of the wuy tlie di'jx'ndent tension bill will ho and of. The imdiMvnlim- tions bill lollops tins 011 theonlorot businoss, hut it w 11 ImnUv be reached this w wk willlikoh be dexotwl to considera- tion of lulls on the ralemiiu. Hevoiftl set sppyt hes1 ou iwjbt i tni snniliu hoiioi of the luU li.pi s Vwton N'utting of Now Voih tnke nlaLO THOMAS CORNELL DEAD riojerfot of the Cornell Slnnmbimt (oinpimv Dlfii of Pneuiiioniu KiMisrov, N Y, Man h HI Thomas IH H ono of tbo nil itind nnd stouin- bont inon in tlie stnto, died of pneuinonii nf1 i d (cw illnesH Hewas hoi nut ISM Ho wm, n wlf- doimin nnd Icavts n fnitmir In t hrs (aim- to 11 MK' i it and si n tfd a sUiiim- bmt ti uisptu tni ion business botwoon that nut mid intuthe OHM 1! htoainbtmt t uinoiin itl present the IHIM st tmd nio't nnpoil tnt ungagod in lnmsnortntum in Vn It lie i s JIM --itleiit of tlie lollin t otporo- linns i ho 01 ncll iiinbo it ioi i, 11113 tho I 1st i in 1 D  the Uluno- li L k anil 'villusion I i n v njnipan> tho Fust N itional lunkol Ron Ji ul and the Kondont bdiik Koi >eusht bus IKUI t-H iulhr Diliwn. nnd Hu Is. n anal oni- paii) In poliins ho wns tin indent l iti tnil hu-WHS ii waini pt'isonul tii'nloT Sodetnn Blanie Ho was HH.S a d to tli 4 wblfh I 3li Hlutne and ulso jn-sulential ok'doi lust n u Ho icnuseiit 1 his dis tiictintht I'oitielh in I m cou- .SSLS A witi nv and tlinij htois sui him luoftiiHial oi noon "I WANT YOUR MONEY" A Uulil  Hie IIIH not n uc IK I l! t h In i I a- rania null. i i, Ntlnali'd In IWha county, Ai U mil ,ipi ahoiil JII.OIIU acies tllOMeli I 1, 11 tienilniy; of ii.....m ih now Inundated to u depth of li lu iK.-nH feet nnd tbu in liitunts ninnluM ijilweua arid .'i (HIO (Kople, rthlt-s n v'i us mid Inlilicn me p ii In I mi and huy ,1aiks and in tun n i live Muck not ulteady damned is in aprerail- existence wtrh Its vn ownem in some on the in >ls I u> ul ni an I elwwheii on isi d id itfonns ol vviftk rtRi- Mmvillm Is Ullnij; 1 hi intlli while tin1 Ininmn vii'tims are in wmiely diploial-k ondltion as t> lo d Kiom JJelenn the i nl lie Mississippi d.Jii tountiy liom Vicksbnip tuSlii and dim n to New leans He. ins doomed Ui ncllon Mr ivports tlmt all Hie jMople hi the dlsl i M t tin eatcned who true sitiinlion ma llfKini; fui then Inns 4 SnieiileK lit n Coiii.tftiy UTII ANY, Mmi-li II woman nlvnit SO >eais of utrc wns fonn 1 doad in St ccniotei in thin VHsteii ij She wan in a kneeling poKlt ion whin dlMineied like a person engapid in jnuM'i Neai wan fouud a bottle whlib llaii LonUilned nnuin The woman evidently -filicide hv the use of the drug She left lettt'f wivinghlie NVAI, lind of life and asking foi bin lal mid n inoie I110111 the name on un HIM lo 10 i >iiUminn her gr.tph it is ose i uomuiiH name is Mai L Id She fame UtU'Jl lioni A'binv, it thought Her homo n. Inhered to lie elthi'i tbeie or in Hei apiipiintn'oinrhrated tbut she w is a ix'rson uithout ineons She ha  Dunning Jar- it ,ioos nut (oqijon iinj more iaii iiic ..minion hock We in, i-nnbled ti) till- lm-Hl nKsorlmenl ..Inldren's c-nr- iiReH iii the 01 Umt ymi will lind innate up- holstcitd in Hie Iniosl and newest of iHhi mik pin.ii, giving lliein a nvli oppeaiiince mid hi all making them a most desnable and llsll'lll ns Hie pndo ol' I lie sheet. Ixinven allfornln. SAM Kiuv isio, Manb .11 -liuh Demp- sey, the left heie Kitimluy foi Portland, Oie Hnming In Che''nlif n in i Athletic ilnh, of he is the boxni" ni'-tnictni Hih fricn Is hay ho is w I d li. i mine he could %tt no matx'li willi Iji 1 'inilw- Hie 'Mai Hint he will not retui n S in J inn, ivn, hut will o KUM! with the .I Mi mbiimtiun Miliheir pi.iims d l_i nijwi v (fl lUht Ix- Blani he, and it is pi ilwble rt lint h will soon lie nii.uiKil M.my Ijnlieve Mil hell can whip the "Mat me A Illic Oil Won nt lima, O. LIMA, O, M.inh 31 -H P Boyer ban rtrw k oil on the I'ai kcr f u m, fivo miles east ofthiKciM The well the rate of 1 ,4OO bbls pi i dav, and is -minted one mile cast of th" famous well, whicb nan c nlleil in thei-nniic 01 mil is HI ill going, liaviiig pm m i d Wi of oil mure that time This I'n Li i well is a gioiit MII prwB, as it develops tci i itory AripHted for Itohblnc SALKM Mass. March 31 Sheimon, the eolored jftuitoi of I ho pontofflce, who was ar lestirlfoi lohbmgtLe i.iails, confcuscd that 1 e has for the past three Hi rf.vean ide.iof liowmurh lnone> he 1ms Inlien will cxaiumoil I 1 1 CouimmloDei Hallctt in jn She at the Altmnlam, NEW VOUK, Man li Following is tbe of yesterday's game. Krooklyn ..1 Z 0 t 8-16 AllMMV 0 0 0 B-11 Bnttt-i 'loole and Ridley, Tobtn aad ch Umpne SOLE AGENTS. CARL SGHAUER 59 East Third St., H'ci'iM.I a lull line nf Overcoats and Troiigetinp ual to any in the city.Jaiwl at pric.'n tlmt will pay to H''e befo) jHirchaHing. LADIES! If wnii' nn easy and comfort- able slioi- with a lieavy'solc, OIK' tliat will keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armilrong Hand ell, common Thev will yon, SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, Paints, Oils, and Wall Paper at Monroe's .NFWSPAPFRf   

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