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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y, MONDAY, APRfL 21. 1890. B REPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES SECflETAfiY WLYDOM RIPLIM OF DUNKIRK. for ruling aadition Mechanical Department of DankirklPrinttnftCompany. CIUTICWM8 POLICY. UEZAnpXR'BCoal and Wood Ceatnl Arenue, oppoaite Nickel Plate All nrndM of Hard and Son Coal, aid Lath. Free for wholesale T_ aph, of Babl a Sitter. except for OM AI.W ta BIll-ETll. WraM fk-oaa th. PnrebaM Sllr.r BaJ- BMtiwI ky Tfc. WMk IB WAainitoTOH, April 21. _ Secretary Win- has addreseed a letter to a Western cor- reepondent Im answer te comments and in- quires about th. present status of to. silver question. The secretary, discussing th. pending measures before oongress, and the silver qnestion generally, "Th. bill recommended by the trsasurr was framed mainly for two First to meet the demand fi mate another fTfrt th.b u-.d it npitiiliteh subji., I for Friday's debate. Baiu. lay th. MWO. takeo up the of dnring th. No. 16 K. Second street, near Bui- Dunkirk, N. r. Magazines, Mu- hound in all styles. Orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. CHOCKKBS HOUSE, Wholesale and retail dealer in In ported and Jomestic China. Glassware. Ac. ea cr tatlon, .ad, wcond, the ralue of by proTidin, forH an additional.n a aror q I HOTKl, Kates, U per day. and Boarding Stable In connection. Victor BlUer, 3S6 and 837 Lion street. BABBEK SHOP BON, and at MUD. tim. rf harmony of S rquertioa To th. allyer interest. offers every aibstcntUl Uneflt that can b. frant.d without peril to  Hty, to write to Mr. Job nillon, member of iwrlmment, and ask hu to procure th. ueuvnt of Mr. Parni-ll hoi "jTfonmvT- ur "Sr April 20, 1890. John Dillon, Bsq., London, Eng meeting of the ej.cutive council of the Irish Rational Uague of America has adjourned after pawing wries of rewlutions, amongst hem one to call a cxwvomii.ii to be hekl at lonal, anci subject to tile Mr irnell, therefore no dn'o lw.n K on. As you have Mr. 1'nrnulls confl.le.ee, jeimit me to impress on vou that net ityjiwt now for eallinjf a ,-onvention the present organization m till oinitry is moribund. The apiirehensions feared you on the ther ol the Atlantic that the disturbing lenient on thi. Hid. would do something n Tx a playmate from ue. Jaltiep8.n' 8CHUL.T K8, tbMr tdnnuce to cal PB.CABXAI S8S Lion street, general Fainter'. Granite Ware. i.peciil! Paiotana RCLTNO, ,uch a. blank-book., ledger, and all kinds ol blaiiks done at uunklrk Printing Company, __________8 and 10 E. Second St. ta accordano. with the high rule honor which this govw-nment ha, thus fa mamtained, and by which it hu a cred t the pride and boast of onr people, U tt. balano. of trad. turn to W to discriminate .gainst silver dollars, when gold will .t premium, and this nation will ep from it, proud position, and take its 1 China, India oa. It is to save us from sostrenuoualT vision to ndeem te gold lor it, equivalent of silver bullioo. by which uunr 7 and 9 But Front sired. WhMky, Winee, Brandies General Liquor Store lor family Use. DOBEMT M'HAjr. laon .treet, near the depot. Boardlnr, Sale. Feed and Livery Stable Stablug b; tbe day or week on reawnabte values ef tbe commercial world. One is the bullion redemS bT-nd Mil bond, in order to previd. rennre fund to meet the constantly increasing volume of propowd tream T4.latt.rl belj. Sh neceesaryand unjustinable. The former 1 SAM a. OIFFORD, Ml Central Ave. (Uu General In.uranoe and Heal Kstate Agent, fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock [uuranee. Prompl attention given to buying and Mllinc Seal Kstate. rn c. JONBS, 1 B. Third at., cor. Deer. iioelsior Meal Market. Fresh, salt and Meau. Lard. Saiuagee. Oyster, and Fool try. W ATCHXS, Boy In. Aaron Bailroad Watch. Menhut Tailor, SU Oesilral FBOFEBtUUNAl. O X. KOLPH, M. D.. Pby.lcian and Saiiron OTtr Lyuii's Drug store. BveiUenee, Central Avenue- Telephone So. Calls may he left .1 Lvon's. .v .------against destruction to the fair fabric of our national credit, th. MtraordJuarj concessions above mentioned approach as near to the 'dangerous edge of peril, as prudence will dare to tread. Rather than go one step further in that direction I flrmly belteve that it would be far better to have no legislation on the subject." PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK. Th. Word-. Fair First o. Mi. Board.. Other Bnilnem WASHIWOTOH, April Monday the fair bill conies up in tbe senate as the special order, and Mr. Hawley, who has the bill in charge, will insist upon its considera- tion. There is likely to be some debate in its various provisions, as Messrs. Blackburn and Vest expect to apeak. If the world's fair biU is finished to-day th. District of Columbia appropriation bill, which Mr rinmb has given notice he will call up will be next re order. Thto, however, can be day The forfeiture on the program, but may be laid aside to take up the administrative custom, bill upon which th.r. will be oonsiderabl. dfal cosrfon, altuough the bill has already passed very nearly in it, nrescnt I Some of the Democratic tion to make this bill a bang political speeches. There is M particular hurry about tho1 land bill, but from thTeffortTmaS by Mr. Plumb to have last Friday, ttor. is a of the short-day movement. chief .peaker was John otter things he said: Hyd. park, and Tin -Th. workingrnen now whether they want te observe tho "i" not. These holidays are primari for the benefit of other classes than the werj ingmen, and his convenience is not oonsul'e the matter .t Th, one day that lubo has asked for-May 1-i, now deBied propowtoall tea. Wr May day holiday th" it o Chanclnc tim Kev.n.. AprH senate last week .pent ceiwiderabh. tim. discussing th house bill V, transfer th. revenn. eutter vie. the trwsury department to th navy department. The bill offers an adi nonol coinjiensation of a rear to rli officer, of the revenue marine, who now e oeive eompensation than they would them be promoted and there are many retired. At present although som. of them ar. e.trerly little more than rowboata are twentymo capuins th A Teara under the pending bill retired. An Intan. Tou.g Man'. Dentil. N. Y., April ai.-The body o, William Sohday of Run, Pa. wa, Jound by th. road.id. in Prendergast woo.h four miles from thi, city, Saturday night y, auray night The body was undo, with the exception of i fleA on the Rrms terribly lacerated from runnine through th, wooda It was at first thought that murdei had been committed, but from th. fact tha Soliday wa. once ,n inmate of the Warren TTt- "nd fron home last Friday morning, it is now though. he died from the exposure. His clothing w found scattered along th. road near whe th. body was discovered. Lj-om drowning in the canal. His mother had taved so many persons from drowning that ner breast was covered with medals And l arnot, after kissing bray, little son was able to pay th. inoth.r neatest of compli- ments about hereditary heroism His tour m general, and this little incident IB partic- ulrr. are calculated to serve the republic and to giv. Boulangism one more kick. A WEDDING SPOH.KB The of Russia it attempting t, spoil one of th. prettiest royal romances the age: h. has Just broken off the engagement between his cousin, Grand Duke Michael Michailowitch, and the beautiful Countess Ignaticff, daughter of the Russian ambassa- dor to Turkey. The engagement between those young people (the duke is only years toe'rlult Jeff, however, is not persona grati with the czar, and hence objection to ally himself so closely with tbe diplomatist's family. Many compromisos were suggested but none proved acceptable to the czar until the Grand Duke Michael offered to renounce all his titles and privilege, and live abroad with his wife. To this the czar consented but Count Ignatieff as he considere himself destined to play such important >art m Russian politics that he will be able o arrange th. marriage on his own term, in course of time. Consequently the grand duke has been sent to travel 'the young countess has been appointed a maid of honor to th. cairma HE LOVES THE EMPRESS, .nrt h Tufesda.y Empress Frederick written th. words: 'Steamer Erie Caut McOinty, at th. bottom of th. was picked up at Cadgwith, near tb. Limrd It card, on th. revere, side ef which was printed D. J. Woelk., banker and broker, New York. There reason to be- that this is a genuine message from th. l-fated National Uiier Krin, from New ork, and mm. to show that the steamer ns lost not far from England CnNKMf-TI.tO LABOR MOVEMENTS j are five separate labor orffamzatior- ixmdon now engaged in engineering eigh >ur movements for May 1 Each will ha, teowncelebratien of the event, and all. icstilo to one another, or at least there i, n nutuai aKrwmeilt among them. Their de- jands differ not only iB detail but in matter f principle, and it looks BOW as if such ack of unanumty must hav. a very damag IK effer-t upon the projected movement fora "lernl improvement in the pr.sitinn of labor He differences among the various bodies are Sieved to bdirrei-oncilable. THE EMPLOYERS' TRICK. The strike nf the bootmakers K not ye' though snnle of tlie are o resume The managers 0, he striko ,-lnnn that the employers played a ever tru-k in onler to demoralize the itnk- They made a temporary concession ud have the rtatcinent widely il.hsbed that the strike was ended The the donations of money wuichw-ereromiuginfroni all quarters in aid of the striking workmen. This purpose was very largely ,Ucves.sful, and the sion was then repainted, leaving th. work- men in n worse than .ver The managers claim to be nbie, however, to main- tain organization among the men and hold them togather until the situation becomes generally untlei-stood and contribution, again liegm coming in. THEY OBJECT TO THK DIVISION A proposition has been broached for the r between Prussia aud Belirium of to the Clmrlw throughout England, Krotlam! and Wales is I without foumlation. element, thourh i, and makoH itself heard outside of a dnliheratlvo body- but in it cute no for nntou rhatthe Conservative sense of our peopls preponderate, and would not tolerate lan- calculated to .nibarrass vou in nohcy likely to bo successful, and up to thil time corrected many bad law. which the Irish people hav. suffered. "We sold ourselves suliordinaU Irish orgniiizHtiou controlled by Htewart Parnell .nd will conform to any proper course which may be dictated by bin The character of the men who awmbled dur tbiB of th n "ltad SUtM Hnd the of th. Dominion of cailada, Wy the most skeptical that no influence cept that which pertain, to the welfare Ireland could control any convention, write this letter with th. knowledge an of all the delegate, and trust you c.mmu with him at an early day. -Truly yours, "THOMAS O'RBII.LV, M. D., Delegate tor Missouri. KradoTiivfo0'' (rom the to very fessiomil, ISc.; ijHiiei inc., I5oys iJoiid, he. j Champion, 7c.' Niapura. Junior. liftd Sfftplriiitr An n..ii_. T> _ Red Stocking, made prep players' goods, Bats, Boom, 5a; il ly Bo, Baseba 4c Wo have made preparations for a big sale of Baseballs and ats, Masks. Catching Gloves Ac Join tho procession of the Downiiig Sleein buyers. Look at it, what a beauty. uuggy made. g Sleeping CoacJj The only reclining back baK B (Spring jrardcn sets, tJ-owels, rolling hoops, feather d tutors. uncli baskets, bird cages, kitchen goods and tinware, U-., express wugons, carts, wheelbarrows, velocipedes, tricvclea! o unr soatH. vnli.es, flannelette shirts, hoys' and ladies' flannelette rs infant's Ni AU ANNOUNCEMENT thn time for >unr ttues, anil t rill Ijutnuu fur HVIIIK iranlu arks and Imvils. Let it bo donu by an exi nci'il canlvner, Uieu r-uli tur Vanflrr- 'cetii Mevonth Next get the lineal anil rones nuiKlruils frmn llolluml. Nice cfuing 1-oi.e (or funoral plan and ninny new iiilMonil trees. Order nf them which u will sell so clienp that you niiint buy BOUIU nf A KANSAS MURDEK. On. He SHol Km. 9 Ten Dalian. Mo" -Charlw Gar- aged ,w years, a riiol and instantly killed Oeorg. Dookhorn yo, a country laborer, at Klwood, a '.mall Jvansiw town across the Missouri river in most brutal n anner. Both had bwn Innking freely all day and wer. friendliest terms. Carroll Dockhorn >f stealing f 10 from him which indwhen the latter remonstrated, Carrol) Milled a pistol and flml two hull.ta, strikini Dockhorn in tlw anrl abd m, if MO llie Present w bo were landing; from wa" C0-' Attorne Ii. c.umi u s. Ciivi-iits mid Ru Ueii ney., 81S 7th Patent Of- Issues Hccurvd. All 1'aUmt huslnpss rc-es. Jnfonnjttiun, icu iinii relt-runces sum on request. 'J'railo Marks rcVisulred -niiliicieil lor mmluraU! in A MONTH woikmuluruu i-ill a liorho .UK] K tan be made ih (erred wlio c.u. furni umc ,o Spare nay be ro Al- ahly tinployed also. A vacancies in II. K. JOHNSON ,onu .nd bt., Richmond, Va. W ANTKD AX MAX (or eai-li N UK-Ill Itiil-. lirj liiiiHlH, Clollfing, Miinv, to <-iint.iiim'ri Also a Mil. u, L-lll.lll llll-llllK-ril 'nn.Hi-'i, paid in.) Ke- IlllllL'ril. KlIIJIll-i- i-M-ilii MI-II rnii-di l.m-k lilil, R bull K ,'w tiniiih meet. -ln-rl. tract o  emburg goveniment, has resigned, and will be succeeded by Dr Kohl Stanley In BRCSBEI s, April 21. -After the dinner a tlie pa nee Saturday evening, Stanley passed hours in conversation with King Leo- An Important Cane Decided. LITTLE RDCK, Ark., April 21. -The su- preme haa the celebrated .lec- tion contest of Jones vs. Glidewell It waf f ubmittal in evidence that x ballot box., wer. stolen from TCunty clerk's office erecontanimg. larg. majority fw Jonos, but ,t was also that prior to th tewi-al election hi, friends had organized and th. members, moitly negroes, were swora to vote a certai and to cast an open ballot. Th. w court hold that the of ll, was therefor, void and afflrmnd th. deci.ion r court giv ingtlwomc. to Olide- way ROOMS TO RENT In Ihe Merchants Hunk Itiiildlng. Inquire Jacob Wirtneror Frank Mliy. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., lias just received a full line of of Wie well. a pold city, eo- i esterday ho took a drive through the accompanied by two officer, il the officer, il the Last evening he was tendered king s staff. enere a banquet hy Burgomaster Buk at the town hall, bury covers were laid, the all being men of dlstincHon. Th. hall rated w.th flags of Belgium, Sreat and Congo Free State. m The burgomaster startled little The Down. SPRINGFIELD. April 21.-An -rowd were watching the negro baptism bj emersion in La Conda croek, when suddenly a span of the foot passage of the bridee eav away precipitating about fifty persons, whc level Twelv.? th" injured. Mrs. Uwis Meyers and her youni son, it is thought, will die. Horace Keifer son ef ex-Speaker J. Warren Keifer, had hii of the abutment below prevented the horroi of deaths by drowning. The Carpenters' Ultimatum. INDIANAPOLIS, April Carpenters- union has extended the time given to con- sider their demands until Mo.idav evening the understanding being that if they do notafr cede all the carpenters in the city will be :--_i._ J ls'al50 that if thai >'1" not bring the contractor, to term, a trades wU1 ta the apparation, and gave scream. The Empress rowned, and, turning to an officer said a ew words. The officer thereupon grabbed oor Bonn and hustled him into a wait- iK room. There he was kept until the ai rival of tbe neit train for Berlin, whither he was sent under police escort. Bonn a victim of hopeless and unre- quited lore. When the reptile newspapers during Emperor Frederick's last illness were daily reviling the Empress, Bonn conceived it to be his duty to champion her cause Chivalrous pity gave place to love Hs bel came passionately attached not onlv to the Empress, but to her thre. daughters'as well and has since written to them daily to tell them so_ Wherever they to be Bonn, tha faithful one, is always cn hand. He has been kicked and cuffed, imprisoned and fined but he is not discouraged, for be does not doubt that his constancy wiH oae day have its reward. His only trouble is that be can- not marry both the Empress and her daueh- now that Bismarck is outofthe way he hopes to get a bill passed through tbe Reichstag authorizing polygamy. Every- Bon" bit m propping Stanley's health, prophisied that Africa would becom. what America to to-day Responding, Stanley said h. fore- saw th. day when Belgians would start from Antwerp by steamer and visit their brethren on the Congo as they now visited New York and London. To-day Stanley dines with M. Lambert, Baron Rothschild's son-in-law henever Stanley is seen in public he cenes an ovation. Lette.s, cablegrams and presents pour in upon him by hundreds. Strlk. ThreftUneri ID Tienna. VIENNA, April Sl.-The workmen in the mines and iron works of the Prague Indstrial company aud the Austo-Alpine Mining conv pnny have demanded th. eight-hour day and if the demand is refused they will strike This important movement indicates that a general strike throughout th. empire is .1 certain, and grave apprehensions pre- vml inconsequence. The excitement among the laboring people is so great as to make it certain that extensive demonstrations will occur on May The authorities able to corral heir Mxietv. Th. shortly publish a proclamation intended to influence tne workingmen and lessen danger of outbreaks. Requisition for t, 'J -O u ell. -Jones is a Republican and Glidewell Ii Democrat. Th. decision affects both polit- ical parties in this state, and is regarded at vastly important, as it virtually disposes of. simillu Mind Render Brown ta the W the Washington Irving Bishop, enter- Vat, ?hrgefan'! S8lert at mn.t r f niPht a number o( illustrahoM of hu powers as a mmd reader. Mr. Brown introduced several new ineluding the celebrated wlr. test of rending numbers thought of br person at a distance wit. au ord.na GOvercoats ad Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him befoi e purchasing. e wu-e, extending from the stag, to th. balcony as the only medium of communlct tion between Mr. Brown and hi, subject ThB was successfully performed Md brought hearty applause.7 jTr. Brown "if Eay nigTt An Epldemle of Typhoid Fever the not regarded at dangr-rous but sateen cases have develop a form of the disease. Two of the .tudent. and two others are in a critical Sen-er gas has pronounced the f the epidemic, as those who state. cause o the Bonn inaiatains he ii average DttO 8F STABVAT10S. ni' nave inconsiderate enough to harrow th. feelmp paUto by publishing tbe tele of M O'Brien April engagement is announced of Mr. William ttTwdl known nn-nalist, orator and member of parliam.-iit, and Mile. Raffalovitca of the wealthy Parisian bankeTo} that name. A Fight ZA.VZIBAH, April 21.-Maj. and e ----1 wnO did not eat or sleep in theafflictol building have not been n Miljtol. A Town Wlpml Out CHAMBEHLA.X, R. Auril 21.-Sherman tie Uwrners were or-' dered to tnovu by troop, day or ago L no more Some of the town site.-, w favor o ivmiining on the land until fo ejected by the soldiers, but better prevailed, and Saturday the work ol buildings began. The boomers" suc- m purchasing relin- OUR SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OF Ties ud Slip terial. All-over embroideries great variety. Flouuciugs in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 inches. Special lines of cambric edges at 5c, lOc, 12Jc, 15cand 25c per yai-d. ADAM, MKLnmiii ANDEIMH. New goods for this, season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen stock, the cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new styles in this season's new the variety that the best purchasing facilities n the country can brine to- gether. The Winter stocks are of- fering great bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advan- tageously. Adam, Mefdrum Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, AMERICAS BLOCK, 390-4O2 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, N. V. n and i tit i. be al Stories Apr" 31-In iWfOUR YOU ,CET THE WRONG THE BIGHT ONES JULEDPEARL TOPAN Mad? by GEO, A MACBETH S, CO., PITTSBURGH, PA AND ARE WE HAVE THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATHEU and BRIGHT DONGOLA. WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE BUCKLE, FOR .STREET WEAR SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, O. C. Penfold Manufacturer and Importer, BDFTAM, H. T. DBALBB Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather Goods, elc. fKORA VINO, GOLD fail VgR PL A TWO. A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS H04 MAIN STREET, Opcmiu Iroqnoli Hotel. REWARD" WK will pay the above reward for any case cannot core with West's Vegetable LlnrPIIU, when tbe direction, are strictly complied witfc. The; are purely Vegetable, and new tail to give 8oav Coated. opDUinlng-wPills.SSomta, BewireoT conn- forfeits, and The cmotae ssun- acirnxi only by JOBTT C. WEST CO. by D Urk, W. T. -T __________ r, Oro to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. A. INFAVSPAPERf lEWSPAPERf   

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