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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 23, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               REPRESENTATIVE B USINESS HOUSES OP DUNKIRK MACH1XB for rnliBg of bknks U the lataet anditlo.. to Mmlheiilrsll Dapartaent of MtMslMiL lou B.   pnetor. Mo. B. aaeond afreet, near Buf- CaJostreet.bnnklrk, N. T. Mu- ue, Pamphleu, etc., bound in all sivlen. Orders promptly attended to. All work (uaranleeiL B CBOCKKBT HOCSE, MS Central Av.ana. Whobaale and retail dealer in IB porlod and Jasaastie China, Glaatwan, Ac. aorau, and Boardinc Stabl. in connection Victor Bider, S8> aad 07 Lion street UTI BAKHEB SHOP V Chas. Nsfle, Prop., Cwtw Lake Shore National rfaak. earner Cuter ana Third strata. A stock of fonign and OosaesUc Center alnet, shoers. Parucular atMnUon Shoeiig of road trotting a speaUlty. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT o s; rose for tnneral plan andmanT new ind Order Corner Eagle aad Seventh I Attorney., 618 7tt U 8 "tent Ol All Patent business Ttti- Information special references sent on request W can be mad working for us. Persons pre- horse give thtir whol co- lou WANTED1L For our Beliable Nursery Stock, on Salary or Com ion. Write for term! Kochesur, N. Y in Marion coun- r in I ty, riorida. In the phosphate belt. Large or small quantities to suit purchasers This section is growinc more raniuly than anv oth- er part of the .tale, mills and hotels are being milt and railroads projected A good money i vDHKIBK KTKHIXO OBSEBTER. Laiwet Daily Connty. An uaequaiied adTerUalnf medium. etc. ne Work to order. GOKPANT. Jpktr aMUKT VO, KB, MB and 207 Center itreet. hUndfaeturen of tbe "Crosswell" aad "Dnnkira" perfect- arang DnesShlna. On aale In all leadTnV f urniibing, clothing and dry goods house, m Dunkirk, Dr. TOOMCT, 4S4 and Lion streot. IMaler in Flour, feed. alt. Baled Hay. Phos- Establisbed. 1877 WHATTHI. RUSK CONVINCED THAT IT IS PROTECTION A Lent Address Issued, Treatise (ho Oaaaes BBd Con Acrienltaral De- tt the Farmem Bad Bad legislation rrlaelpally Be- Day In OeotTess. WASHIYGTOV April Rnak, ia reply to hnnJiedi of communications from different sectiona of the eountry appeatmg t. hitn for an expression roqpoct Utg th. pruwnt condition at a ricultural presnon, its oauns and remedies, a l.Mg address to the farmws of the enntry The prenat agricultural depression, uni- admitted, and of which there cu nodouit tbe secretary says, can l. BIB HOTEL, and Dining Saloon. Union lU Depot. Kasy to au trains and bus- bouses. Best lor Com- Traveler.. John J. Murpby, Prop. EBUHS CO, and W K Third street Fine Furniture, Cabinet War. and Up- aoMeriag. Picture Frame, made to order. fj> O. MATTEBOM a) CO., 561 Central Ave, of Fashioa and Oeatlenen Ontflners. ABBEJj (TTKAM HKATTKO CO. elaanjaotnrenel Steam Beating Apparstua Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty, 3EANDEST MODBEN DISCOVEEY Ti luiuph of Phartnaoy. The only true practical !ELIXIB OF LIFE AM) HEALTH and n.rVe. tho and one i tat may be taken alike by 'ompoundi, made oi to a cxinibmataon of so many that probably no maa oan them all Those oaose. which to the secretary mem mere directly responsible for thu seven depreanon may be divided into tw. euuBB. those inherent to themselves, and for whtefc they alone can pvovid. a resnedy and loose ever which the farmer nmself hm no direct control, and the remedy for which must by tew In tbe Unit class ef causes he at- Bepreciatleaof the productive of land to a variety of cause., to careless eul- tsare, want of laok at study of supply and demand, BBB and the awnersefa of more hud by many than they cast properiy ear. for After referring briefly te the dwcouraguig tfftctt f farm moitgaget tks dimcultiea the transportation .vestHin, gambling hi (arm controlling oombinatiom aad tepreuing effect of (Be werease ef middle on the tt tog fanners' honest oil, Secretary Rusk advances an argameat a favor of duties on agricultural product! On. of gravest causes fer the present agricultural depression, in tb. opmion of th. eecTiUry, is lack of protection for tbe farm- er Few people, he says, realize that OBJ mporu of agricultural estimated prices paid by eoaaunier, about equal to our agricultural exporta eMImated at prices paid by the farmer, yet such is the iase Our imparts of sold in eaen- penuon witk those actually produced OB our own soil amount to nearly 15000066 ejumally and as nmoh more could be produced OB our own soM under favorable conditions. Our import, of afTicultural products for the fiscal year i rded June 1888, aggregated t> far greater part of which, perhaps encourageownt be produced aw T. prowctwo secretary Mr Qravenor of Onto saij that at the proper tuns the Republican bide of the house would see to it tha'. the country understood the character present administration Th. anxiety manifested an the Democratic side in regard to tbe popularity and success ef the administration was tbe best sign that th. Republican sad. cmgfct to be satisfied with the administration, and for one he was. At the proper time the Republican side would bring m a silver hill which would satisfac- tory to public. system, he said that he did not believe that the law and administration was approved by one-fifth of tbe members of either house of congress. Hs believed that if each member ef the house would vote his deliberate opinion, he would declare that the whole system was founded osi a mistake, and its admimsti atiou was on a false principle It was detilmental to tie purpose it was aimed to accomplish [Applause Mr Lodge of Massachusetts defended tha tow aHd resented it being char- acteriied a humbug and a fraud It was nn-American and un Republican To him things which were un American and Republican were favoritism and nepotun and personal mtereat by which a spoils or patronage system must always operated. was un-American te see representatives of th. people hanging about tbe ante-cham- sic taken. ar worse thu> the disease {or which the? culture as compared with other one glance at the free list the greaUr por- tion of which eonaisti of ag BEVERAGE, tny ,jlaDe M a LIQUID LiyB, l, invigorstes and regulate! di we litwally tak. it vitality In lo "M" tlu> Bitten doe. not exist, and n? count erpan or compound with similar virtues has ever known. 0nr uanantr. ._ specialties: fin. Shirts, lOo; follars. M; Laoe Cnrtauu. Fn. Deliv ary. A W. Ccmmings, tit! Center street 'or nothing die would be immortal ueo By the producuon of the medicinal (nnta root, and herbs of which this Bitten is composed Many of them used by the Indians and the profession in ths treatment of chills and aenld be grows soil, and a companion of fipnro with the average rate of duty trvied titon manufactured articles, oaght to be smf- ficient to silenoe forever any oppoeitioa to the demand I have made OB behalf th. lAmencan farmer in mv annual report, namely that by a wies application tt admirable protective system, ati the of our home market be secured to bun far everything be may be able to produce "Our system of taxation demands unprove- raeat m certain The cost of SOB- porting the government needs to be meet equitably ad justed among different classes people At m manv states tbe burdeo local tatahou ily upoa farm property its very nature rendering it easily Every corporation cre- K Third St. cor ol Buffalo Hahslkoturer and dealer ID Fine A LBOntY WKILEB-g NXW BTOBE. 108 E. Third at. Books. SlaUonerv, Musieal In .Daily and Weekly .YarrthiM pertaiaiug to a a, gohooj Books a spwcialiy. pertaiaing to a Orat FOB riUNTUMO of and at Doakirk Printins; Company, laadUI.8eeoadSt. JB. TAK BVBKM BON, Ftre Lite, Accident aad General luoraaoa, Deal- en U Beal and Loans. Pariicnlar aucndoa paid lo the of properly collect- lag nntlK. IT OKBOlVS rmAXKACT, MO Central Avenne HeadquarUrs for WkU Paper Paint Oils, Ac. f W) Center street, Masmfaewnr and dealer IB Ten Mil scren, CT IB Harness Saddles. ,whips, Buffalo Bobea, tens and Sletgh Robes. 11 Third street. Tailor. OeatleBen will and it to IkeuadvaaUcc to call oa belore f. IB Lion street. (Ml Cloths. Qrai, it. Wan. Aspeolal- Ij fit akis gli Trim.....Pa-ataad Monroe range. R sack, as ledgers, aad all ol at Dunkirk Printing Company, and lot Second St. PBRFBCT B1TTKM IS THI RE8CLT ud glad me past quarter of a centun the wonderful snccess oi this TOHIC OF THlt WOBLD In order to meet every probable demand i formulas of the same ingredients are now pu u THE OLD 8TTLK 18 8TBONOBB, 8LJOHTL BITTER, ASD MOBK CATHARTIC THB NBW 8TTLB, PLKA8ANT TO TH TASTK, AHD BXPBI88LT ADAPTED TO DSL CATB WOMKS AND CHILDREN RBM8MBKB, is .o dlseass ol low vitality. 'debility or nervous prostration for which VTJIBGAB BITTBBa U MOT CTJBATIVE, and 1 to .injrular power over the lower organism renden it Uw implacable foe of THM DCADLT HIOBO AND OH17IPRE8BN BACTERIA in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, in i 80 germicide that u Is an CNI00ALLED TERMIFUOB A book conld be written of its virtues, and ar other oltenunomals, bat it U only necessary t renumber Its general action upon the liver, bfood nervesjto realize its use in a majorltv aa thkt n 00117 ebould ever be without a bottle of OTJJ AMD STTI.B tTKBaAR BITTERS IH THB HOUSE Dend for our Ladies' book. Address B. meOOMALJ> DRUU OO_ York REWARD! Bl_________________________ Cor. Third aad Buffalo IMaler IB Omaite. Marble, ButldtBj atQBB. Odl OB BW ROLXTAOO, 1 end 9 Cast Front street. Whiiky. Brandies. Aeaenl Liquor More tor Tamil) Vie. BOMKBT UoBBtnet. the depot. Hoaidtai, lahx feed aad Livery Stable StaBling vT mo day or week OB naMwabto 1AM 9. eLTFOKD, Ml Central Ave. GBBBTBI and Bstale .tale, AocideBI. and Live Stock Prompt atMBboBgivsB lo bnymg w Meat Market. Freeh, Salt Mtir. Lard. Oysters and tee Aurora Bai IroadW W1 MerehaatTaUor. SM OaBtral when the directions are strictly complied with never Jail tc Uoatsd. Large boxet Beware of conn bj JOHN c by PHABJUCT. D i N T, and imitations. Free Gar Fare! Order your and Pantaloons o the Silver Creek Tailor He will pay your car fare or send a line of sample to aelect from to saved on Suit: or P O Box 199, SILVER CREEK C. O. Penfold Mannfacturer and Importer, 364 MAIM ST., BCFTALO, M. T. PROVB8SIOXAU T. aOLPH, H. D.. Oeatral Avenue' B. over Drujr Stora.' XeaiQeBoe, may be left at Lvon's. DBALBR ra Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Silverware, Leather etc MSSKA riae, OOLD 4 SIL PLA Tine A COMFLBTK LDTI OT HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STREET, CHIMIMEYS BREAK- VOU CETTTHE WROKC THE ONES CALLED PEAFIL Mad? onit GEO, ft, MSCBETfl i, PITTSBURGH, PA, the principle of taxation should to place burden of maintaining the government, whether state, municipal or national, upon the luxury and comfort, which tha wealthy enjoy, and to reduce it to a minimum in its application to aardlj earned property ef to. poor man IN HOUSE AND SENATE at the gevernment It UMther respectful, BOT decent, nor manly to hav. officer, of tbe government giving boor after hour of their tun. to 1 stening to per- sonal and political appeals The system of spoil! was not American What nas Amer- ican was fair play and an open field. Subsequently in the debate Mr Lodge fiom toe New Yorx i.veiling 1'ost a list of the occupations of the Tammany execu committee In retaliation for tail Mr Spmola read from the same paper an article reflecting upon the character Of Quay He was called to order by Mr Orosveaor, who claimed that it not in order for a repre- sentatirt to read a scurniouh attack on a senator The chairman ruled tbe point well taken, and Mr Bpinola (ootinued in order, attack- ing tile administration as being "English know" H bad abolished the grma stamps the color at .M and substituted ared stamp Mr Washington at Tnneesea ontjciaed the ef oivU sarvic. law, de- claring that law was inggled with Mr said that President Harrison's administration was standing fairly un to the emlseruoslaw w Mr Dann.ll of Minnesota mo ed te strike out the appropriation of 181 780 for cl.rks for Pending a vote on tbM tbe committw row aad the house adjourned IK TBK 8BHATE. WA8BIKOTOK, April 23 senat. passed the most of the day yesterday in dlscusang the District ef Columbia appropriation bia Mr Cockrell offered a resolution, which was agreed to, directing superintendent of tbe censw, to furnish to the senate copies tt th. forms, and regulations adopted by him for obtaining statistics as to farm mortgages Mr Mitchell made a Ion? speech in faror of bis proposed constitutional amendment election of senators by the people During the oonns of speech h. declared that the secrecy of executive sessions was not longer in harmony with the spirit of the age Public opinion would at no distant day break down and deMror th. door of secret Secret seroons were a relic of mon- archy end should Ond an in a DUbllG The senate then took up the District of Columbia appropriate bill, which was dw- cussed and passed. Mr Morrill the conference conuni tee on the Zoo park m Washington reported a disagreement on the house amendment quiring half tbe to be paid by th District of Columbia and that senate from its poe.tlon The motion was agreed to and the bill n goes to president Tbe senate at 5 55 p m. anjourued ADDRESS TO WORKERS. THE FEDERATION Of LASOfl ASK! THEIR CO-OPERATION. AH Eicept the Carpenter. ..d Beqaented to Befr.1. fro., Takl., HOD at Indlanapells Strike BMtleri and th. eta. at b. In a Few Niw YORK April 33 -The American Ped- eration of Labor has issued an address "To the wage W orkenandsymp.th.zars with Pro- gress in requesting alt except th. carpenters and Joiners tor.frain from taking action to secure unUl the flrtt great struggle has been Their eontrl- butions will be needed in order te secure the suaees of tie carpenter, joiners, whieh trade baa been selKted to make tbe first mand enforcement of day May 1 If .H strike, it w5ll defeat for all, or at beat only t, raporary ad- van tage Contribution, from all are solicited and if the funel raised u not needed fer the carpenters it wlli be devoted to afdina- th. next trade which i. selected demand concession who an not actual wage workers, an also invited to oon- tnbute moTeus. Tker AUBBh With CUB. BB4 atmo. Gmcaeo, dMided to strike Monday Their pay from 25 U IS. M a day The ush, door a-d bUM BMB an larfax a orca-iuttw. TWy to be In position te eight howi bf May 1 Caw. of striking oarpenten an beeominc inmarem At th. Brotherhood1 baseball and attempted te intto- idate the alarm was surmed ewn. te whem the striken withdraw At one or two ether placai wen stoned. ROUSING BIG BARGAINS -AT AtabuildtajiB tt. aty a deltgaUon of striken esdered eral den-union rarpaMen to qalt bsjt were nut wttb a refusal. The striken It was hoped that tb. aotlo. given, the apparent Justin, of toe demand, and the peaceable method ef tt. prewntaMon, would caused tb. eeBoessiea to be gracefiillv yielded but the hostile attitnd. o( JhTb.2 builders at Chicago and Indianapolk evi dence that the employers intend to make a stubborn resistance In view ef this tbe workmgmen must stand all the closer to- gether and concentrate their efforts as above i ecommended Contributions khould b. sent K> hristopber Evans, secretary of the Fed- wation. No 21 CHntoa K.w York. The address signed by Samnel Qompera, president, William Martiu, first preai- P JMcOmra, second vice president, unu Henry Emnth, Inasnrer Theeirneror the eaOed a aatnl but brfen It th. strttarThad knocked Pennuu and severalr Oeorg. Md WUlim crowd ef striken atUoke. m eMns, who wen work on new haildin, .t avnn. Brth received mlp AN IMPORTANT INVENTION. Apm-llaae. to Make A NEW PETITION. Afre.sa.Bt The Rnllread Want Wltbotx riTTOBpRo April 28 -A of m- pit. vet. called en Superintendent Torn., at ihe Pituijurg, Cincinnati ana 8t Lotus rafl. load yesterdav They reprewnted tb. Brotherhood ol Rajh-oad Trainmen aW and left a petition for oonsid.ratiwi tt the Pennsylvania oompaay officials. The new list of grievanoas that ten or less be considered a day, Bv. hours ar lem a half day all overtime te be pud far en day brakemea (2 SO dncto-sWW, night bralremen liour b. allowed for dinner con- mt ne crew to work r handed or be expected to eoal or iaad aaeppne The will net Insist on grandmaster ef stated any other E WHkenson, 1 lutbeiliood of Railroad Trainmen t at he did not then be m adjusting the __ unj event a strike will be resorted to only af- ter every ether means failed A iettlem.Dt IB MiiM. CBICAOO, April 28 -Th. arbitration com from tbe Bew Boss Carpenters' aseo- ciat ,011 met the eonlereac. comralM-e of striking carpenters' yerterday A thorough earn of the iituatien thewed that all nar- ties ar. airrxed that ..Cr. AtwusTA, OB., April---------- a welMnwwn lawyer, _ mechanical apphaaoe. for making h for cottoo from ooMen stalk say th. new baggiBg .wry s.p.1 to cotton or jute baggmg Mr JackBaTwill Malta fran aeafa imt am pay about two a tea taU dowB. AB annual ataik jleM wfl bale a years' eetton The machiBery eompnes. heavOy wrrufatee roller. wHb of water, BHMhJn It is eetfanated that in cotton the pockets tb. Carnwn fw what fa cleared from the at an August, will headquarter, (or (h. company', mttta art offices, which win tend from Virginia to The cotton shade darker thaa jut. CoWoa ner. an jubilant. A Cnri.me Ohtaraater TOM, Apnl as. -Hiram BmMb. a unique resMwrt ef Norwich, Com., died on wa. wmdevbUod agreed that th. carpenters' strike UlifBMlBB Legislative, Fxecntlve and Judicial Appropriation. WASHINGTON, April 38 house yester- day concurred in th. senate amendments to world s fair bill, and spest the rest of the day m ejscnasmg the legislative, executive Judicial appropriation bill The house i.ent into committee of tbe whole oa lugislative, executive and judicial appropria- tion bill Mr Butterworth of Ohio explained the provisions of the bill, saying that in some of t le there was subatontiaUy a ivil list ef old employes who had faithfully s i-ved tbe government, being retained in 'ieir positions although they n ere of little rvice The committee on appropriations lid allowed an increase of the clerical service tf the civil service commissioners as request- r 1 by Ue ennimitsion Mr Dockery of Missouri criticised the In r in the number of government r'oyes whieh in many instances should not ii xve been made at 
                            

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