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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK. N. Y, MONDAY. APRIL H REPRESENTATIVE P USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK ASKW MACHUfE lor rulm? all of blanlu U the latent atiditioo tr he Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk} Priii tingJCompany. .lAND.ai HE GIVES UP THE gATTLE AFTER A HARD FIGHT. B. Snfferta, Darin, th. iMt .f Llto A QUIET .r th. of th. WAj.injnsTo.t, April 14. Congressman Samuel J. Randall died at 10 minute, past 5 m o and Wood Central Avence, oppoaite Nickel Plab AU iradm ol Hard and Sort Coal --_. Lumber, shingta) and Lath. Fret letiT CojTMpoTi terce (or wholesale lott wild ted. p K. SIFFORU, as and '228 Central Are Artistic Photographer. InfltantaneouF Photographs of Babiea a specialty. Sitterv aeed not wa.t for ranahine except Im He wax surrounded bv family, voted wife and affectionate children, hia Lancaster Md Susie Randall and his .Samuel, in last moment. Mr; FUndall came to Washington earlv in November a sick man; but with hop4 ,rf improvement. He expected to be able take afci neat in the house when The ,-a.-.-, will be of week, however: of ruat mere little When they ar out the way and Re- j OF PARLIAMENT NOW i effwtto Uav, rhe' iwuras bill taJten IN LONDON. op and erf. I r has djm-ume.1 at srsi ;r I pxwd ,.f very quioklr. In regular i Tut.-Cau.e of the Tory I.ef.at ,t of bu iriew tlm administrations Uli. better f.ir n'el.-omlnc i Mt-KlnVv bill, follow, the Mon- j Stanley Kamore.l XihiM.i hut it mav be Uud aside for j Con.plracv. tbe tuuie-e bill When a is taken up it will I ,'i-j v irt ;r" wnr '-un i or val FATAL CAkl-LKSSN'KSS. that thend WRECKED AT EAST V, MICH. s for th t rii, 14. about to open in a very the Easter few Parliaiivnt be. without my.-h di.fcusai.in. There was ni> u.. it in iTjruiriittee and the ai.ne on the Int-i- tu --onsideration of the measures ,ew nien nanietj ijt rhB n[ tiw on j orm.jrevr bills will j be rep..rt.e.i rommiuee on apfjrupri- i an ear1-7 'illv th" t''-- i- atioiih The bills will i wi'l ai.-t, t-e d'l.vd :_ ar, tiie providing that all i of war nurerial, and tlw ei from Seven Twelve faiuen-iini KIM or MIoInK Maa Wile.I I'nuble tu Costrol the untt Fireman Tw Fatal ronj UK t'i Ii......... I) .1- bill and arnir ap- Iand shall be examined BIXDEBT-JAMC8 iBViao. Fr, 1> pnetor. No. 18 E. street, near lalo street, Dunkirk, S. T. Mu Pumphleto, etc., bound in ali styles. Or'lerv promptly attended to. A.U work irnaranued. CKCHEB-S CBOCKKBV HOUSE, 3O> Central Avenue. Wbolceale ami retail dealer in [a- ported au.r Jomentic uhlna, Glaaiware, Ac. U HOTEL, Kau-s, II per day. and Boarding stable in connection Victor Rider, 335 and 337 Lion ilreeL 'ITT BAJUiCK SHOP V <-'haa. Sagle, Prop.. Lnder Lake Shore National Bank, corner center ana Thir.l atreeta, A line slock u: Foreign and Domeatic i-igaro. iji, tenter street, CTactical horse-dboerR. Particular lUleiiu.u intertering shoeing at-can.': trotting horses a specialty. I t EVKSLNU OB1EKVKK. aily in tte CoUuty. An unequalled advertising medium. The f.jrtiflr-atioit. 0? i "ltty of W for w.v'purii-'.'.larl resolutions of re-i are -anarri. x-rhe the law Edward J   iw river large of "on b. ar 1. lef BBy -It7 Th ..npta.u it.jlect W e wueel m firenutn. Edwur Irnnip, High wrui-r the ntrr-nr in th nver unusually th, lwun( toward the Flint and P-.err Marquetr. br.dg Trump n.nrrol uf the wheel and th. "f the Ul" tke bur no- until the had Th. th. ancl passe, partly under, the of the the uin-er ,-uuin and df-al.li i, aniMiui.-tti and the usual cJmmltuJ attend m.- funeral, which will rhe !l. -ft is that this th t i; m the hali of th, house DITMKIRK COMjPAA 1 Foru-erly Jfc Popple. Manoiacturerw tnyines, Boilera. Pulleys J vOKIKK SHLKT CO, ind J... tenter street, oi anii "Lmakirk" perfect titling Ureas alur'ui. >ju sale in all leadinx UOuhing dry houses in Dunkirk, U4 d r ID Flour, l Uli LUID street alt. Eialetl Hay. tkU. HOTfcL an-: in.ainjf Saloon, Aj Depot. fc.aay access to ail tra.ns and aeaa aouaea. Bes; accommoilatitMis lot Coiw- Travelers. -lohn J. iluruhy, Prop. EHLKX8 tfT ami yy E TDird atrt- eL Fine Furniture. Cabinet Ware an.l Ficlure Frames mmle to order. Leaders CO.. .'itn Central Avt., f Fashion and Gentlemen i I I AJUOJ. STEAM HJLVTOG CO, Uanulaciureraol 4team Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a I 1 OME STKA.11 L-M-.NUBV. Our Fine Shiru. loc; lullars, Jc; ami Ijice cnrtamu. free Deliv- ery. A Vi. toiamings, 2u7 Center street. _ K. ot., cor. ut Buffalo and dealer in Fine Boots 4 ,-jh.o WEILKK'9 SEW STORE. 103 E Third au Books, stutwnery, Musical In- uudWeeklv Papers peruuaing a drst boot ilore. scnoo. iSonii a apecialty. JOB PBUiTLNO ul every deacriptiim'aiidM lowest rates by Printing (.'oiapany, 3 lad E. it JB. VA> BCREN S0.1, Fire Lite Acci-leaE an.i General Insuracofi. la iteal Estate anil attention pant u> me c.ire ol prupertv collect- lag rents 4c. ila Center St., 2nd noo'r. M U> ROE'S rUAJUIACT, central Aveoae Tor Wall Paper Pali. i J. m. I. e uter itnet, and -lealer ia Hat cr.dlei. Loilara, hips, Buffalo Koues M .rse Govern Minenaand met in December. But when eon- -ivenedhewae unabls to leave his I home. Subsequently oath uf offlr. a waaadmmistereiiat his resi- j dene, by Speaker Ree.1. and Mr. Randall i wan made a member of the committees on I rules and two important committee, he had served on for so many yeai-s. Mr. Randall then hoped to be able u> i take his seat and parti.-ipate actively in tlie i affairs nf the house at the conclusion" of Uu holiday recess, but the dreaded and fatal i malady from whu-h he aiff-.-rwJ, slowly but j snr-lv inri.ads on hi., strength ami earh month us it poswd found him weaker. Mr. Carlisle, his associate on the i "f rulea, and merubers of the ap- propnationa commitMe and other Deruor-ratic representatives culled frequently at M; Ran- dall 3 home to consult him party mat- teri and committee work. Some of' them whoralle.1 -jccasionallv but that Mr. Randall was plivsir- ally, although mentally be was as acut. and vigorous as ever, and the two monrhs they felt that he would never leava his uouae alive. i I During tiie last few weeks of lifo Mr Raii'iall surferwl very much at times and he had bet-erne greatly emaciated His devoted wife and cin.'dren were untiring in their at- tendons all his sickness and his friends in ,anrj hehaa 4 ljogt of them of both parties .-..ntriiiute.! much toward hid by tre-juent friendly visits. During his lust hours his wife at.d family con- stantly at bis bedside. Str. Randall was un- ronsvioiu at tunes du: ins- the la.-t dav or two of Uls life, and was tow.-rd'theend To Randall he smiie.1 a. fonj lonkof recojBition a half hour before his death. 8KETC.-H OF MR. BA.VDALL'3 UTS. .Samuel Jacicson Randall was born in Phila- delphia on Uct. 10. H. came mtn pub- he life at a very early a-je as a Demo-rat and has never sin.-e even tem- porarily. He served four years in the coru- r.nmrils of his native city and one term. m the Pecnsyivanui legislutur- as a senator. Mr. Raniiall wan first elected to eonirresa 1 m He commeiired his lite in December. Isia. in the -r-rh (in which Hon. James Bliuno served his fli-at only two vears after ha old friend but oprj-jmit of rhirtv years laie William D and com.-nen.-ed a career in ron'T-s tint lasted nearly thirty years. Mr. Randall was i returned at every succeeding election, and I at tlie time at his death had twentv- six years in congress, or through congresses. He win elected for a'fourteenth term, but thongh he took the oath and qtiali- fled as a member, he was not able, becaiu. ef failing hea.th, to taie his seat in the present congress. i Mr. Randall was a cnndidate for speaker of the rorty-fourth eongras in but was defeated by the Hon. Michael C Kerr bv during take on Uu UNdKesday rhe contested c-ases of bowen Buchanan, frum thu Ninth Mr Stl V iriii.-iia and I against Parretr. .ry I liar Torn. in i'ju a1, rttl-reLC. e f" "f t''- 1O' h. am from the First. Indiana di-tnct. wul be dia- :0..r u the elections cum-i William i, ,n--', r', mirr-e has U-.-n unaium..us in favoring the' nnr w-o, the of toe now to LeM Ly them, ,-iiul the of Stanley wd! TO fuf the in In., matter wnl be perfunctory, i tu" 'I'bere is to be ilr. Indiana has said ae intended i tlim at 'he-TMiiou make n Sghr the re- th" L '.u the the I SQUEEZE. deck or less serious injury, but at least ill were wrn, killed b, tile S.-veni] dleti iu the wreriiirj-e m of those on shore. At !e.-ust fourteen person.! were Into river Oniv seven were Am, M.VV H.U.iHT, aged -f> MBS. I.'.VTH MH.XK Father >evuis i -ltv t.'aj.t m rommand of the the engineer, and Trump' the man at the ivhe.d. are in jail riuirired with .-riminal The Himdy B.JV u.-in a cnrn'ini? of aud rhe -------_ .JC. I "v -It-f UjMJIl Ql.S jirTI j Ijl It make ii Sghr the re- the hi; win "pt..... m btt m.-frieu.L, endeavoring to per-i at a .lt -he "H ua.iehi.-n --o.io this. On the j il.--F.iiry. and ap-; ;vit" fu-> ,icd in tb--ei i'e i r" !'.-t.-r. N. V., bid has tn the' W'I] to set> a -I'-i-'i-e n had Two Fatal Accfdenrn. April 14.-Two on rhe renii-Tl'.- thinirof i r tor any one uln. r.-ev ih.-in. I, every re p.-.-t. an.i nothing iv-maii in eiirlit Kiidi, ,1 I'n.l.-nv -ar Hiii-k Sleeping Coach is e.-iuty. .-unl a joy fbrev- a tli.-y ;lr..> perfection in t" most B-st Fust Black Ilu-it-ry, tu st-iji th A n, w full Jlythjng HI and von want in hosiery. .Snnie new ancy I vrrv i.-hi-.-ip. 15..yV n.-inuoiotto Shirts ,-lt :Cc. IN-.. A line i.C Fancy Tucknl Apn.n  rail it up for ,.orls .iem-ion some time' hero of a fer.. i-. diirur- tne u-ufi The-: va the bill may and the Satur-lav, after con- of Bi-is-el- .-.f tue Lu-iriess. will be de- T' d.iv- to tue of on the life at tue r'-v-il the iare Samuel Huliivan '-huteaii ,.f   bere rh  jtut I i" rcirar. 1 t. tli.- w-h.-tht-r gs. insertions or also width ,-tmi lill AK 1' X. ,1.. Att.irne. H, 7! It U'.-1-.lllll-tjT., I, I J I'ul.'ntr. jvl. Kflia-. AdMfe .-in. of till' pHcV. VVV h.-iv.. a stock of em- is swond to the country .-ui.l 8u- tl( any in" Buflfalo. rhe vai.u- f-.T on the biij wi'! he -i. me uiij vTlii [fe. i.-i -nj 111 toe Kepiu.a.-ar. -auras for to-m -ht The is n- w under ;n nniuttee and iij.s I -e and -enatj will likely be held be- Lincoln. All br.-.r.i-h.-i of me rn-i of t.he week to L-urt-ider a A SKCLETON AT NIAGARA. fli. Hleached Bon.s of a Man F.nud Lrinc on the Rorka. FALLS, Ont.. April Sunday ..-tticjt traps at the biise of the 100- :'wt pr-cipire on the hank the river nearly ipposite the Eiiu-ii.-.h .-hurr-h. a. few rods )f tuerantilevBi- bridge. Canada side, when tue .keleton ot a man Ivin-r rein-____ be'i-hairrnaa -.f ami1.- 0-m. ,-hnirmau ,-f the The i- to make each tal.l- either of a.-t. l.nv ;i'..r-i-iirv and navy. MIMSTKK arti.r. i.v i Charlw .rv .-miTi, "ins f un tnir- ,n a hd named Hurry Prestxjn aaii for t is ar- r-tht A -VEW X.-H1 PL.JT. y rum.ii-s rIHW n Heat J the i >-.ii.- pia.-i-i from the trip the nw-r th..-ir veins are of r. r-'irl. ,1 IB th, wat.r has ru >tri..s nf tbw ijanon and vni riliitt'T (s f c'l, M nakwlere. 'i'.-f.- i'onnd e-. in H v rhi- iitiw r-xrin.-t Mr SninroTi -iiiijily j Th.-tv an- from of iiu-li to is wide in jnronct. n Elders' 17 East Third street, Tailor. Gentlemen wul dn-l it to their advansage to call on me before purchasing OLM where. PB. CABY A CO., la Liun ttreet. (ivneral Hard ware. White Lead.Olhi.PainterTb supplied. Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special- IrtuSberw.nWaiiamaPaintaiiil Monroe range. such ta blank-books, ledgers, and all kin.U oi done at Dunkirk Printing Company. a and 10 E. Second 9L durmg the Mr. Randall was re-fleeted in th. Forty-ttfth conffi-ess bv the Democrat in 1877. B7 reason of long service and cfcwo attention to his duties. Mr. Randall white an! Jry 'The ,rh- wa, M i a jtufe ,jf Ihe ri...r wa., br .krrl frnm ..je ,.i.l hrid the stomach jtv F n.e as the fuce of the skull onlv a Canadian th.' In a and r wa> thu i'b.- skeleton is that of a man of live r.eet sevn "r eizht inches 'OtBcer itcilick-, n.-titi- 1 i.'or-u-r Dr. M-Uarry. who tfxjk i.-.e -liul-touand it removed to his up on tha nick near of the rdiit purkeU was mu.-h -having w' HP and a pair of ,teel-; anii s ifray rptldishhair; health i, undenn-ath the skele- i described a, is that it is the re- t-.n. who nwi.le.1 her- R BCDOJLPH MOLDKXH.VCKR, Cor. Third and Dealer in Graaite, Marble, i Jginft Building atone. CaU on me bavin', your aide-waUL. RISLKTACtX, 7 and 3 Eaat Front strmt. Whiaky, Wines, Bntndiea. Liquor dtore for Family Cse. UBKRTT VKAT, Lion tercet, a.ar the depoL Boarding, dale. Feed and Livery stable stabling by the day or week on reaaonablc Mrma. SAX J. eiFFOKD, 301 Central Avo. iCp general Ludorance and Beal Esta> Life, Accident, and Live Stock larannee. Prompt attmbon to bayuis and BnTatr riv C. JO2fVS, I 74 E. Third cor. Deer. Kxcelnor Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anO Smoked lleata. sausages. Oysters anc Democratic nds a( the house. In famil- i larity with tb, rules and all branches of par- liarjnitary law h., perkapg. had no superior m either party, and as tar back us 1S79 when the great contest over the force bill took at the clow of the Forty-third comrress. Mr. Randall wan. by cemmon consent as- signed to the leadership of Democratic auiority. Mr. RandaJTs fnaeral will take place here an Thursday morning. The arrangements i for the fnjMral will be in chnrge of the con- gresBional cominittee to be appointed to-day, j Mrs. Randafl prefers that the services be j held in Mstropolitan Presbyterian ckarch, of which Mr. Randnl] was a member, and not i i the housu of representativee. After the general services the funeral party will take a special train over the Pen-iivi- vania rold to Philadelphia, where the inter- ment will take place in tke Randal; f ami! v vault in Laurel Hil! cemeterr. i 'Tin. w iji i i T .r u-- i. i t ha> f ,r rhe past rhrfw j articles that linear rhls it rxj have fallen you. It ti.ir V.' T, several sear.-hes had been I v -i eV i-'.u at the no trace ,.f i "Dr' cot. fnrzet rhnt ............les had been i r mude at the no trace ..f the missing man i are .T- uid U foun.i. I soar very and That fail as a ------------__________ j 'owl descends m a Sawt.ll.'. Confewion I Al Apnl H.-The rf Wr it to be a confession bv ijls counsel in reuard to the mur- der of Ins brother Hiram, tor which crime L-aac is now ia jail at Dover. .V. H Isaac   rjle r..... she found the kin man of the trio must look out i 3erTian i'-.r tU.'- The iiiurUer was committed in Maine bv I There v.-ns of a Bl.j-Kl Jack. to thi -orron was held without bail to: bv citizens of tlie rnite-l Stats, as coiin'ar-d ins-ver f inurjering has hoiue-i with European investmenrs is p.-inf.M Mrs. Cooky. j out as one reason for tke alleged failure of -kiyp.-.l With ,XeU; shepeniof ''v JiUss :r. ruia, _ 'ii'iif ary now -T I her to place MLw Maud Ke Thur-duv even- 1-- noon in a ijitml.te narrative ot" ubdur- freatineut to account for her trying to make it Mis-. Pvelso. who is miiv jr, i af a that evening which i forbidden to visit. Alrhr.uifh ir.- oo-iiptntj) nn aot known to lie hnd char- .y ;i.ssumi> slie mer some one who ju- n.-r drink wine ami her to nnt far aw.-iy. and that tha -rii-i ,rr. aWiw-tion story to hide her If the offir-er, are right the But who has now recovemi 'her mental wjiiiliiirium stick., Hrmlv to her inarms! story. There LS a, yet no clue to her ideutitv. The Women Vote. ?ALIV.V. April Louisa .H president of the Kansas Stare Woman to', tlw towntrailict trom -imnin'T0 S ins to vote. iih. th, reverse, and in nearly three hundred cttie, the mimber of women who vote mcreasei 'very yenr. and that even in few timini r-ties it increases in some alsr. rhar women ore steatlily gaininK influence in nominations and elections and will full snffraje. The elections iu rjle (.itjei, sbow 'eminille widths of fd-ring-and insertion on all kinds of nw- All-ovvr in ivar variety. ROOMS TO Uiclit-s. j cambric 12ii-f yard. VKI.IJKI a A >t-u fur this wason .'U-t- .ruining ii, JJjg iiiii.-liii uii.l.-nv.'ar stuck ia tlu- Hnt-ti an.l w.- in.-aii all tin- ueu- in riii.s new thi- variety that rhe facilities :n .he c-uuinrv cai'f brine to- gether. Tlie Winter are of- fering great bargains. There never was a wht-n you could here .-ylvan- tageuiLsl V. GARLSGHAUER 59 East Third St, Mas jii-I ri-i-t-i vt :i j ost s ai Tro tu any in the city, ariij at prices that will pay you to Sec hilll beful OLRSPliLVi; AXD SIM- MER LIVE OF Tie; anil ST Lot-is. April H.-PresideRt Ton Vie has sui.pend.-d Pitcher Chamberim with- uc until bis since he joined the Min couid be inver-tijuted bv the bom-d of irector-t. A ir.et-ting of the latter will be eld m a day or two. Von dac Ahe will nor. -ay hat char; es he will Lrinjf against ('Uam- 3erlm. i.-hamNrlin was m the box in the innh.-i gn-ie for two inninei. during which he sixteen Saturday he up as in the game with Quincv t w relieved chat he is playing for hi.-. ase. Adam, Meldrum Anderson DRY GOODS, rarpets and Draperies. AME1UI AN IU.IM K. 3'.Hi-4O-? MAIJ? HTKbET, l.l'HTALO. N. V. C. G.Penfold Importer, MAIN ST, T. i ;ry ia tais city and circles, been til m--t. He is a prora- He is .57 years old, tall, amiCTav hair. Hrobitbly a -.iiicl.ir. IRTFr.nn H.-Jess, Hall Of ...uu lets his Friday evi-nin-' say ,ng be yoing a walk. "He did not re- turn, and morning his body found m a half a mile from bis bouse U- was about rear. ,dd and had been T two ,.r three mouths. It was V -Iklnson t S.I1 Ont. i in bonds. present be coo- oo YOUR LAMP CHIMNEYS BREAK? YOU GET STO BT THE RIGHT ONES ARECJLLED TOP Mads rc.'y :y GEO, A. MACBETH i, CO., PITTSSURGH, PA. WE HAVK THE.VI IN PAT EXT LEATHEU an-1 DONGOL.V. WITH FAX' V COLORE1) O02E TRIM- MISCJS. WE ALSO HAVE BEAUTIFLL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, F H 1 STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON 213 Centre Street, Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Silv rware, [..Tiiiter ef. F.SGBA SI I. rKR Ft A TISQ. A COJCPI.ETE: USB OF HOLIDAY GOODS MAJX'STRKKT, REWARD! WE will pay the ntwurl nf Liver Com plaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Ileuiacfae, core with WeBtV wj'-n the drrectior.K am complie-J with. Tnt-v are purely Vegetable, never fcul to inv, Coated. J containing Pills, Beware of, cotia- tl'rieitii, and imiutitnu. The gciuiine nxaflO- h-7 JOHS C. WEST4 CO. by D kirlt. .1. T. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixt ures.. rSPAPERf NEWSPAPER!   

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