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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK N. Y, FRIDAY, APRIL 25. REPRESENTATIVE O HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. KEW RULING MACHINE lor ruling til Until of blanks ii the In teal addition ti Mechanical Department ol 4 LXXAHUKB'S and Wood Yard, 799 A Central Avenue, oopoaite Nickel Plate All grades of Hard and Soft Coal lumber, Shingles and Lath. Free (or B. OnrVOBU, MS and M6 Central Are Artistic Photographer. Photognpht ol Bibiej Slttcre need not wait (or lunnhmo except (or BUTDEBV-jAMEft IBVINO, Vra- JL> prietor. No 16 K. Svcond street, near B filo Meet, Dunkirk, M. V. AUgimnei, uc. etc bound in all styles Oni promptly attended to. All work guaranteed 1 tintCUKR'8 CKOCKEKV HOUSE, I> 808 Central Avenue Wholesale mid retail dealer ID Is- ported and tomeatic China. Ulasaware, ftu HOTKL, Katoa, tJ per day Liwr and Boaiding Stable in non noi.Uon Victor Kxlor, 38fi and 837 Lion Btrtet. BARBEK siior than. Nnglo, Proi-., yix der Lake Shore .National Hank, oratar and Tomj streoto. A fine stock ol foreign and Domestic igani 1ONKLIM SON, 834 Center Btreut, Practical borM-enoeii. Particular atwntioii to Interfering uoiaeti. Shying of roa ti trotting honee a ipeoialty. I k US KIRK KVENINO OBSERVER Dally In Hie County. An unequalled advertising medium SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT W8 f11 tlie 8 hundradi varieties flora IM1CI LKN, Corner fcagieand Seventh V 615 7th U 8 Patent or- d BO IB81IC8 setlired All Patent biuinoiu Information peual rel. r Jncen sent on ur. e (erred who can furnish i and give then-whole be profit- FKDKILU UKCl'iO.NS. MR HOAR INTRODUCES THE BILL IN THE SENATE ably employed also Ay be pro. in WANTED I For our Reliable Nuniery Stock, on Salary or Cora imswoii. Wr te for Need mi tKnencnee 8 A Nuraerymco, wiovivii. i- K jur SALESMEN m Marlon comi- I ty, Florida, In the phosphate >iolt Lnrce or small Quantities to Bint purchasers Tlfis section la Krowinu more ramdly than any er part ol tho inilleand hotels aru jullt and r illronds projei ted A good ?'VDfi Charles Mann, Klin DUNKIRK ENOINUKRING COMIMNV Fortpflrly Selleur A Popple Manufaoturcre ol Kngmes, liwlero, Pull, shafting Hamrers. etc. Patterns, Forginxu, Castings, aud ilacuinu Work to order. I 8HIHT UO, XH, 200 aud .'l'7 LJ Center street. Manufacturers of tht 'Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" perfect UUmr Oreo Shirts. On sale in all leading furnishing, clothing and dry goods houses in Dunkirk. DF. TOOMBT, 434 and VSb Lion street, Dealer la -alt. Baled llay.l'Uoo etc. Established, 1877 1. KIK HOTEL and itinlnir Saloon, Union access to all trama and bus houses. Best aooommodationt for Com nwcial Travelers. John J. Murphy, l'rop EltXEKS CO.,   s in nig, ith tha cnfoi r-em, nt of the nfition il i leclioii and v ith the pteven- tion tjr finnds and in tnttuinll- entiou Vi h.'TicM-i ]IX) 01 more i HIWMS quail (led votei s in nuy i ity or town ot .ill IKHJ m- or upwaids, or any congrfHsio dutrid, mi pnitnf winch is in MH Ii ity or town, shall petition tnt chief sup( nllet; mgdangoi that the tion viill not fai unrt flee, m to proviil. ,1 t .1 is to iiifotm the judge 3BANDBST MODERcJ DISCOVERY Pharmacy. The only true practical [ELIXIR OP Ul'fc AiMt HEAL s.'ne that promotes digestion, improves tht ao petius.cleanses the liver purifies the blood ami and nerves wllhout Injurlou. are taken, u" tonic, without being nareoflu, blood piirlller without poison, a liver tonlo without imre- ''n bo lh onlv Wlt" s'" A OENtJINE TEMPERANCB BEVEUAOK LIQUID I IPE, inc. it stimulates, intiyorates and remilates u, Ifestion, nutrition, secrttion.mcretion.r spiration and ill the functions whersby Utc literally take ll vitality In spnoiuful. It ii not too much to assert that the equal o Bitten does not BKi.t, and no count rparl .or compound with similar virtues h is ever iten known CALIFORNIA, 'Or would he immortal zed by the production of the medicinal fruits ol, and herb, ot which ti is Bitters ,s composed any ol them used by the Indnns and the mcdica O K. OKHM. B Third si, uor ol Buffalo r and ilcalerm KiuellooteA Sbot, STORK. 108 Musical 1 id We XjL Tdml st. Books, Statloi anil every llnr cckl> Paper rg pertaining to a Oral bo. store. Sehoo books a specialty JOB PKINTUtO ui M mid ionesi living raloa ny Dunkirk I'rlnting Oompanv, 8 and 10 E tieiond St. JU. IAN ItVKEN SON, Kir.. Accident aiitl benural lusuracuc ID and LOHIIB. 1'ariicula attention utld to I lie c irt of properly collec ID. rente 2111 Center at., 2ntl Hoor. VfONRUK'i) PHARMACY, MO Central tlcadquartors tor Wall fan.) oils, A. J. W., J. 2SU hunter JUnulactnrer and dealer in llatniss, lies bridles. Collars. Tmnks.Uhipu, Buffalo Covers falotes MilUiiig.inilalemli UolMt E 17 East Third Blroct, Taeluonable Tai lor. iaeutlomen will And it to their MI! vantage to utll on uie bttore elsewhere. PB. CABS CO., saa Lion Ueneral Lead.Olls Painter' SupDhea. Oil Cloths, Ware. A special ty.ofSberwii. Ha. tit and Monroe range RULINO. aa blank-books, ledgers, and all kuula ol blanks done ut Dunkirk Pnnting Companv, WE. Second St. IV Cor. Third and Buffitlo Si Dealer ID Granite, Marble t rrgmg Building StoDe. Oali on me buyinc jour e K co.. 7 and Baal Front atrcel. WhUkj, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family Use Boarding, Sale, Feed Livery stable StabkBg by the day or wcuk on reasonable Lion street, near the depot. SAM J. GIFFORD, 301 Central Avc (IJi General Insurance and Real KuUitt Agent. Fire, Life, Aiciiient, and LITB Stock Ininranon. Prompt attention KIT an to bnvm and selling Seal Estate. c. JONES. 74 E. Third st, cor Ueer Uior Meat Market. Freth, Salt an.. Smoked MeaU, Lard, Sauaagei, Oysters an. Poultry. -MT AICOES. JKWK1KT. the Aurora Kailroad Watch BeuairiuK a specialty Frank rVStapf. S3 K. Third at. Vy M- MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, 116 Central Aveour TJ T ROI.P1I, M D.. Physician and Surgeon OHM Lyoi.'s Druy store UnBi.lence, Central Telephone No. 9. Calk mar be left at Lron'i. The ehint of thecnunt eemrt, who within .lavs o aim, eomt and keep it oixni until the sec ond dav the election foi the dis- hai e t alt duties devolving upon him by tiny federal election law Any resident, qualified of good chain, ten can i ead anil i it may make applica- tion to lie app mted sup, rvisor but in pre- paring lists of pel sons .liable a-s supervisors thechnf supeivisoi is not to bo.oiiflnpd to tho apolitittk ns reoeivefl Any peism talwly n name Ui a [M'tition foi is to be punished by n flue not ex- leedmg SsKKJoi impnsonirient not luoie than six months ot liolh Fiorn the lists fuimshed, the.nciiit judge is to apjiomt double the nnmbei of supei visors to H hn h the pla e is entitled and fi om these app jintments tho chief supei visor w to appoint in ea, h distnct two pe, sons of dif- ferent politic al parties and one additional person who shall sei ve on election day aud until the completion of the eamu.ss Jhe sujien isors ai e .In lai id el, r ti.m ollk ei s and t is made thin dnt> in addition to duties leqmrcd, to make in any town of (KX) m habitants oi npivaiils a bouse to house can vass, if dnected, and to n jiort in ritmg, and to nmko m an> b town when re- quired, a of poisons thetem MSOIS uhile are foibidden to inquire the politnal of pel sons: can- vassed Ihe state, tcnitoiml or loi nl m- is to.aiiMsslheballotsandto ctitify nretura in dupln itt Ihe pie- paiedbvthese loud oflleus am to be sub- mitted to the stipci ors, who are to com- )iai-e them with then tall} sheets aud canvass of The bill pr, i id's foi the appointment of a ledeial boaid of canvass, rs ot tlnee persons in a confriessional ilisti u t ttheie ledeial su ncivHion has been asked Tint inoitt th in two o Inhug to the same pohtiral lhe> are Uxonv.ue on tht Monday follow ing leetion d i> nnd to nss tlio votes The bonidcf it.iK ito is to (inistitiite the lawtul redeiitmlsof the .aiidi eli ted, the (hief ntx.itiwi uid (ho Unit, d Slabs maishalto detcimme in eonfeience many deputy mnisliuls lo npiKimt 'Ihe deputies aie to lakoehuigeol the bull it boxes, ll so m- trueled as a- Ilio me cnniussed nnd tnd, htei llidlili, th- hief l t isoi W'hprntel ll apiwirs lit alhdntit thateriois UAtPuouri.d in the di tfi ininntion ot ant lioaul of .am Hi eiuuit uitiuay le the bom 1 t w uksbiiifr, broke yesterday It was a verv important levee of Tenmui parigh "-ill d. nhll. s-s fl KTrted Sup nnUmlpiit of Tcmgand liloifle xidioi 1 that M) IKX1.000 worth 'f I'l'p Kt will benretiievubly limbed by rlw In 11 I, m l tie Mnrgansealptee Tlm peo- ile K, spnnt 000 in savine the Mi blieinmn tlien took floor in oppnsi. bon to thi ciittei tiausfn lill.de nomicingitasa bnbe to ctpi j i m Ihp revenue' mm me service b, cans, it ased n n th, Bayon b.eak their compensar.on an I placed many of them j 1, Is ot HmilipH are honulesrt All tbe Thousands of .attl. have g the uvee, i 1.1 l n let it bir-al, aucl tben make iRKnt sending lehef J-ieit r lantiitmn in L'omte otmoe parish Bayou bieak AtJp m the land tnit.it tn ip aa unfinished linsmess, and HIIS ,hs, '01 some time, but without aclum ov, Aftx.r a xuoit exeoutne SCS.SHJII Hie Semite P m adjourned 0 o i 1 1 SPORTING MATTERS or r.aim s Po.lp.me. Ituces ut I lii.h'n. Pf RS' I TAOI K At 7 0 7 !i letHml 1 0 1 u 4 UllSi hils I iilTn o I vi-ltui! U li-irf i- HufTil .1 C level in T Until i s-llaU.lorL and Mm k (Jk-iaon nnd J mei 0010001 0000001 Hi BronLltn 7 Blookhiiti. mil anj Murph> Miuphj an .it htr l iijpn At K tt nos-h. I in] nos-Onffney an I Barnes At N w riiiliideli.hia gun. p stpoi i I run U IiltshuK. 1'iltHhurg Chi at-o giune post At NATIOVAL LKAtiUIE 00001 new iork -'ooo d New k r fusniK ub, le 1> a a, the iiiiipn MeUenuoU, the game (men to boston 1 to 0 AtBtooklvu Brooklyn pxied ram At PitUilmrg-PittsburK Ointlnnati game post uned ram At St I mis f-c UHIIS Toledo I RIPAJf ASSOC MFION 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 I) 1 1 0 II II 5 UHseluls St Loins II fnledu 8 f l roi s SI I o is 11 r I, ,1 1 1 Mei k Sirith nnd Sage Unipirt o D ii. I'hni.Miih a- Strinn AtLciiMil.e pom J la Linden Rucea IJNDKV N J Apiil A5 races rehultoii as f .HOMO amo K ime prwt I stlloik flrst, Autumn Leaf socoiiij King Jrllr tlm.l numerous to mention', but easily the action of the B.tter. on the vital functions rem.inbered The diacmery partly actiden ij tiul the present I'bRFECr BIPfKUB IB TUB HK8ULT Oy 8CIKNCK i. Millions ol sufferers have uml Kl eidorsed, during tnepast qmrter of a ceiitiir; the wonderful BUccein ol tins I'HBNOMKNAL TONIC OF THK WOULD In order to meet every probable demand, tormulniof the ingredients arc now pu up THK OLD BTTLK IS STKONGiB, 6LIQUTLV Birifcll, AND MOIIE CA11IAKT1C THE NEW STYLE, PLEASANT TO TASTK AMD EXPRESSLY AOAFThDTO DBM OATK WOMEN AND CHILDREN UHMbMBKR, TntieniiaitlMnM ol low vitality, debility o lunctioni, or nervous prostration (or which VINEGAR BITTKRB 18 NOT CUJlAflVE, and I itj singular power over the lower organibnib renders it the .mplaiable foe of THK DEADLY MICRO AND OMNIPKBSKNI BACTBBIA in malarial diseases, cholera, consumption, in 'ernal diseases, ana so great is its power ;n Kermicide that u is an K UMEljDALLED VERMIFTJOB A book could be written of its virtues and ar other ol testimonials, but it is only ntcessarv remember us general action upon the liver blo THE HOUSE AND SENATE Hitter t-penrhex In Oppualtlnn to Ktr.irui WAKIIIV. TON Api il _ 1 house ypstet ilfiy, incomiinltio ol tbeululx Ihe n] pi i] i intiuii lull iintl du, i ilssel Ilipi nil u i tin Inn Mr umriin t Voi k mnvp.1 to in t u-sdm.s. l t 1 1 ommen" and this W to a tse', ond i   ramUy ihould ever be without a bottle of OLD AND HBW STYLE VINEOAB BITTKBS IN THE HOUSE. lor our Ladies' book. VJ'Jress U. H. McOONALD DKDU CO Yurli REWARD1 rany D kirk, N V, Free Car Fare! Order your Suits and Pantaloond of he Silver Creek Tailor He will paj our car fare or sonil a line of samples o select from to saved on Suits I the CIM!   a Noi did Mr Lyninn, the (nesitiuit of the commisMon Mi the hi ilhant and accomplished something about it, but did milling Uhtueiei tnught in an illegal the c made then ignoiance Jdith rue 1 116 miles nisi, (t.ilden Reel second, balum thud Hint 1 Filth i mile Bohemian Hist, Tonnt lima seiond, Jnhn Aikms tbnei, time, Hixlh ince nrs% ut-itHo; seiond, Favoia thud time, >i, Their Demiiiulg Refused com- mittee of the Federation of rUilioud Em- ploies hus lecfued leplies to its deniun Is fie.m the ollk mis ot all the laili id-in tho city except one The demands- ne lefi.si din eneii instance While the not sny the} will not pay the deman 1, the> say only boun I bv Ihe mlvnnus aheadj Anotlici e insult Ulon will hei 1, and ,f is nai lied then the snpieirH lomt of the f.d, indon will tnke ilinise of the matte i It IMI, horned Unit the nil) n list of rn 1 inr.l the fed eialion (Liit m ease ot a stake th T will fnse lohaul llitinslnannedb> non union men Store HI OM n l by nmimilte is April etplosion of dynamite in the cellai of tin st r  heavy fire w alLs rm either sirle le 1 a great ____ Ijin b.Hmrl It cspubable thai many lifr I If in the mt, i 01 tme peiisluil The i nit, [stcimei Dai otah found ffi oups u s on it people, nhitos and blae Us, some Mlh biln.s matins Ihej huililled on liulli ID i he broken The steamir Biih. ic.l them in ManysUivuiK attlt, passe.1 faniilv named Luke consisting of flftesn peistiis list ued bv the Dacoteh They wwdR planiaii.in, a well tilled store ami Motif A sixtv feet oc uiel nn'ht in fiont of then house Mradu and tho i] all their Jim taiinly nanowli i ni man iji d to reacli the levee nbove tlie I rtMk Mm 5 siunlai nl sale hi aid n Hie Oa.oinh rethe.l Bavm Saia she limit, n hi I ol caltlo and WO people "I'ou.l vn. 1 Hiding them she stalled on un. 111. I I lief Inp 1'i.snl ill Of the polite jury says I iiru.n pmsh.s will be oieilloueclinthat I i strict linlin Running Nl wilt i i sss ApiilS-i-Pavorahlewindi cull to re. eele and e ill. aulNaslnille laili.iad trains r-asninumnng l he m lne rl the ut isalso leeeiling Th FIRE AND EXPLOSION Rcveral P.l.nn. Kill.., I ut fa CATASAiit Pa April f> t o'tliK-k n IUOI-IIIIIK Hie wns- ills, in the large new building owned and by tho Unicoiii Silk Jkinnufactnimg rompiuiy af New York city An aluim was .nmkly soundeil, but owing to the em h ht in the (Ire uiltmhwr fiom the difTerent mills,  thn toln-pectoi R) 'I  -An eastliound An Insane Man'i FRANCISCO, Apnl .5 tone utter n imi-cl Mit hael Lane shut and fit ilh etlhisnifentil I hen blew out his own hrums Lane had been uuw ell lor some time anil it isstippascd that he committed the dmlina fltof lus.mity The couple had lived hnpi ih together Thetiagedy was by ri young soil, who rctm ned borne from sehoo and found his parents on the floor dy mg A Miming Body Found TOLEDO, O April 25 body of Will mm Huffman was found floatin Maumee river, near La t.iane-e stre Hoffnmu formeily woiked foi the J'olede, Transfer company aud dibappeaied about three months ago This is the flrst that has been   th" liMhidi-' dniieh Chinulloi C L Mann prcsirt I inl K v S R Wallace of Svia- tust ullcitd piiivu Iliiined to Ouatlt ntiriiTin, Ont >5-Fire de- 1 j ,m ,11 dwelling house on l Huron ihj Blidhis binned to ncnsp, vbiie u iouih HUS so senouU, bunied tint be i die lo K. K'rict Pliiductlon Th ill t. idav in Mi u, 1 to J i II inn tot aid adt .1 i m r p he Miles agents of Ul CWilpunm n.ut yes- i f sti le t pi oduction for No action n as taken icey M, CliiuHpn's Demnrrpr Overruled. Y.iltk, Apiil the United hates CII.IIT court the demuricrof m- iKwdent of the Sixth National banktuth 'mentforembezylementWM oveiruleil Stiike Threatened. 1UA, April 25 master c ,00. i ol 1RS8 itlsmv to Invite reputabls it to hi present 1 nil! xlen.l un m.ltitlon ti you lobe il you will nn iil.iy to uc ept..i. I HIM unon y ill lu III esuit. JIH lie .lay to lie hlilimununt lii inltli i I lop IVls. l l ,cl. uramnnr pHwe mui k the e l hilly C'HAIII m F Oi rtsToM, Auent auJ Warden AGAINST SECRET SOCIETIES A Convention In Mrnga al Pemonii WK o Apiil unli-Beciet soci. t (oniention is In session here A A Smith ix president uf the Nortlmestei n college a Kaiwinllc, III spoke colbge sene si.l Idles as bunellll ill III. n llilllieilio Blsho Hailed, Moydol Du de n a poi son who suns, nbcs to a sfciit oitll nor by law Sucl nil the states he .let Inie.l, should be lulopted b Fatal Holler KxploxloD Mich Ap, il a-, boiler atOiokBros tile nnri buck vnrds six miloa onth of this with toriibl. the jn txrurivd Beteial u -MI ling about tbe en- Sine house Tic-d, an veai old son of look, senlil.d M, Imdlv ih it he I nithin The otlwi tinr Kul htm mdHlward unill 'moth, i Isd nbnit lh. sirnn ago Inlduin- i., n.B ex- !os n r mii- ..uddoulv an 1 tiiluont warning ro. in wns .1. iiidb-hed and In' tin mini blt.nn thiough he wall, ml iny tect from the rrnctuio nht 11 louil.l fM.ape Vpnl a> -H-my Saigent, who tiotn Jail at N Y Tun 2 bile awaitm" wptpiun for w baling h t the City hospital here two bullet ounds in his left leg, receded while resist- ig arrest The heie Imie bten on tha xikout foi Sargent and saw him him in a table on Do.er street Sarpnt Waited to pulling u revolvei as ho wont, and the olice knowing the character of neinan, UKikKunnn.iiy measnies to cnnnle nt is wanted m a number of stealing, and lias a brother ho has just ved a Vi m ,n prison in favor of revisioi ROOMS TO RENT In tlm MITI-II mis liank Kinldlng Jntoh Wntneror Krunk Maj CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has jtK icuivcd a I'nli line ol Qyercoats and Trouserings Equal to any in the city, ant at prices that will pay jou tost-e him befoi 3 purchasing. OUR SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OF WE HAVfc 'lUEST'IN PAT ENT LEATHER and BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, V ITH A LARGE BUCKLE. FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. We have frequent requests by mail for Rumples of new embroideries. Sucli requests. we are pleaned to receive, but we hi-g to ask for particulars in regard to tlie samples wanted. State whether odg- ings, insertions or flouncingu, also what width and some- idea of the price. We have a stock of em- broideries that is second to none in the country and su- perior to any in Buffalo. The money value we offer u simply unparalled. There arc edgings from of an inch to 18 niches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and SwinB muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of ma- terial. All-over embroideries in jreat variety. Flounciflgs in the different widths from 18 inches to 60 'nches. Special lines of cambric ;dges at 5c, lOc, 12Jc, 15cand 25c per yard. New goods for this seuwm are coming in daily. muslin underwear stock in ompletp, also the linen stock, J. he cotton stock and the white goods stock. By "complete" we mean they have all the new tyles in this season's new the variety that he best purchasing facilities u the country can bring to- gether. The Winter stocks are of- ering great bargains. There ever was a time when you ould trade here more advan- ageously. Meldrum Anderson DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, -'4 AMERICAN BLOCK, 9V-4O2 MAIN HTREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. G o to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures   

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