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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK N. Y, TUESDAY, APREL 29. 1890. REPRESENT A TTFE HOUSES OF DUNKIRK wiu. tttsr rr FUMCMING. WU1 a. a MEW Kruno MACHINE _____________________ lor _ all of U the latest he Pepaiiajsiit of A LK A C TsiiOS. wS3 LKXAJOtaTJrs Coal aad Wood Avavae, Hiesal o OOK ImvIHO. Fr pnetor.So. U K. Second Hrtet. Dear Bui __i mtnm, bilalrk. N. T. Mn PampalMa, we., bound in all Mrles, Onlen promptly to. All work fnanaucd. ffi B IrrftcHxm-s CBOCKXKT BOVnat, JOB Central a.vnoe. mail in laponed aad JOMCBC CUaa. 1HACTACUCA HOTKL, Bates, ti par day. Boardinc StabK in connection. Victor Bider. 3ae and SIT LIOD ttreet. OTW V ua SHOP Magte, Prop., Shorn laoonal Bank, and Tbizd stncta, A ine noca ol and DoaMatte BOX, m cantar Mnat, Pameular altentioa In i in abonac ol road tfonteg sonai a spsstalg. i mvvayo oascnmii. Dally ia ttn Conatr. AB irntti'aall-ril advartUlnff COMPACT. TonMTty A Popple, mof Bollin, PaOerns, Forginfi, uae Work to order. namrr co, KB, streat, Manutaetarars ._rf of Onmr Diva. Shirta. Oa .ale la all Imrtirj fumiab aad dry goods honsss In Oonkirk, rr.fcaMy wd1 V y Amrt, at Auhurm, where Kemmter been waitmr midnight M Sunday his death hy alectricity. was built IB and the grvw up arouad it like Ac homes of tenantry aroud a great manor houw. It looks have a castte Aan a jail, aad its top i. by a trivial copper of a soldier in tonti- ocntal anlform, as ami as min the painted decorations on ITOB   M asylum. DOTOUR LA 1YIP CHIMNEYS BREAK- YOU CET THE WROMC S-QRT; THE ARE CALLED PEARL TOP AND ARE I after it was done That he haj compelled, through fear of dismissal, to have route men to do work entirely their work. That he has shamefully imposed upon tie employes m nany ways: that is to violent temper-, ia arrogant, mean, tyraaaical, despotic, over- bearing and insulting, and that he is tirelj unfitted in every way for the posi- tion he occupies, lackisg dignity, uecuU re ability and sense of Fatal Wr.ck IB Yirgfela. STACSTOS, Ta., April 3 a. m. terday the express train the Chesapeake and Ohis railroad far Washington was de- scending a heavy grade a mile west of Staunton, when the brake ef the en gine fell, the air brake was rendered use- less and the wild traim rsahed mto Staun- too at eighty miles an hear, tearing away th. depot roof. The Pullman sleeper left toe track and was thrown OB its In it were fifteen members of "Pearl of Pekin" en route ta Baltimore Of the company >tiM Knett, injured, died while being taken from the car- Miss Edith Miller's leg was brokem: Ed- ward Webb, Edward Stevens, Miss Bertaa Fiaher, Louis Harrison and Miss bam all escaped with slight rats and bruises. W F. Kilpatrick, lumber mer- chant. New York had leg severely torn L. M. Sloman, commercial traveler, sf Cincinnati, was bruined. car took ore, but was pat out. Sam Had Apologize, CmRLOTTJC, C., April three sermons Sunday toandi- "f e.tiOO at each meeting in Taber- in afternoon, in a sermon to Evangelist created a sensation f much indignation it- 'h of May celebration of the declaration of independence as founded on a myth aad nothing but a drunken frolic. The 30th of May is a legal holiday in N'orth Carolina. At the night services Jones said his charge that tha Mecklenburg declaration of independence was a myth, be had learned was egregious error He apologized humbly for slander- ing a noble people, and aaid those Phila- delphia people had imposed on him in the matter, and when he got back to Philadel- phia he would stamp feathers oat of them for imposing on him. Fatally Burn.d and BruiMd. April house at State and Fifth streets, occupied family of Robert Virtel, waa burned. Be- fore the ladder could be raised to sec- ond to rescue Mrs. Virtel and her three children, Mrs. Vinel with one child in her arms jumped to the ground. It was then learned that two other children wan still in the burning building, and a man rushing up the ladder succeeded in drag- ging out one of the little girls. Then of firemen wenc up and managed to jet tie youngest child, who was horribly burned. The mother was badly ind sustained fearful internal injuries by ser jump. It is thought that none of the Jijured will recover. Mrs. Virtel's hus- band is on a visit to St. Louis. the capitol being by Mr Perry under a. commissioner. Ht would much prefer have Mr Perry solely responsible, but this was about the only bill that be put through, and it was necessary to spend mon.y to keep the building from going to ruin. The bill M 20. governor sent in a Teto of Mr denier's bill revising tha school laws of Hudson, giving aa his reason that the bill general legalization, ef act. when particular OBM should Be specified aa amendment added by took away from th. bill MM object, which was to the common council aad board of education additional moneys abso- lutely needed: and aa this amendment opposed by the local authorities the gov ernor decided to veto the bill. Assemblyman Towne's bill authorizing School district 5 in Oyster Bay to build a new school bouse was also vetoed; also Mr. bill relative to protection of fish secured inotLer phy-ucian and threatened to arrest Dr Hull for defamation char- acter t'aji. WlMaf> Reply. WASHINGTON, April the postmaster, IB answer u> charges against him ojr young Me- Cord that the circular and aewspja- per mails which erdered thrown waste banket addressed te members and ex-members, and aot forwarj.il under the postal regnlatiens. The letter addressed to I 'ewles and opened by yonng Wheat, postmaster was a circular letter, and Mr. had ihat saail of that character should put m box. >lr Vfheat that any oaw in thrcanciii. a statement that he last his arm in Mr. Caawell aad Mr Lafellettc both explained W rUpafcU- rau caucus that Capt. Wheat's arm was not IOM in the service. Railroad am PITTS8CBS, April P 8ergc4M ot B L. F Haute, lot E. L. Ebn B of C. f Tern Halite, Ind. C W How- ard. B. of R. C W C. sheehan, B. of R. T tiaJesburK. His., arrived in -ity and are quartered at the Seveath Ave- nue hotel. Joha Downey, Prank Sweeny and J. A. Hall of the Switchmen's aasoeia- tion, arrived last evening. These gentlemam the supreme council of Fed- eration of Railway Employes, and the sto- uation vrill be thoroughly discussed by them and some action arrived at. Of thin council Mr Sergeant is prwrideat, and in hia hands what will done, te a jreat extent rests. When seen he refused wi discuss the matter until the meeting is Mon Ex- for April glren trades unionton by grau at the London dock laborers has never for a Sagged since successful isene (rf that event. Indood. growth of or- ganized labor during last atx or eight months has been little less than marvelous throughout the kingdom, -H harmony of action an4 unanimity of pur among various arganizatloai is wonderful. Preparations fee labor meeting which it be held in Park an Monday. Jiay 4. hare been active in parti for wneks pnM aad meetings were herd in Many cities ao4 towns Sunday at which the plans of the branches which art to participate perfected. Seventy. two distinct unions, aggregating will lake part in the cessiom. wbich wiH he dtrided seeaons aurek front of the town to the common meeting part, of the unions marching sixteen miles to reaoh the poiirtioa to which it is asaignea. Ot the whole a urn berof panders 150.6W will form on There is consider- friction between SeeUlisto and the trades unioobnt, owing to mani- festo. nfeipMitioii rf Uttar hoU themaclves aloof from former, mmi It in fanred that trouble will grow sat of tais feeling unlcM they can he induced u> sink together for at leaat. are, as usual, the mare to diCerence, and this attitude furnishes greater part of the grounds for stub- bornness of the Unionists. pro- into Ladies' Chamois Skill Gloves. Ladies' Silk Gloves, 23 to Misses' Silk Gloves, 23c. First Quality Dress Shields, 1 .V. Ladies' Fancy Ribbed Vests. and 19c- Gold Paint, full outfit, l.V- Gentletnens' Finest Linen Handkerchiefs, 5c. Hair Curlers, assorted styles. 10, 12. 23 and 2.Sc. Ladies' Sublime Quality Fancy Hose, Gentlemen's Fine Lisle Half Hose, 25e. Three-spring Coiled Wire Bustle, 13c. Two spring: Coiled Wirv Bu.-nle. loo. The New Roilroad Puzzle, Ganie of Nelly Bly Around the World, Popular Standard Novels, So. Best China Silk, extra wide, pur yard, 90r. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT A Congressional Apnl 28 last act in he farce of the investigation of the sedi- ious newspaper correspondents was ea- fcctcd yesterday afternoon when Mr Janes of Nevada, chairman of the committee BUi ,and the contingent ei- this was about the only bill that be I 9f vouchers ------1------- oe entitling the five correspondents called aa witnesses to 1153 witness fees. The cor- respondents were in actual attendance on the sessions of the committee two allowing w omen to nacle meo. and a ing r in county. Mr. Andrus' bill ____ vote at municipal elections was favored by Mr. Hitt and J. L but was lostr- yeag, 47; nays, (B, Mr. Blumentbal moved to suspend the and pans the rapid transit bill Car- ried-74 to 38. Mr. Andrus moved to recommit the bill to 68. bill was then passed OB motion of Mr TS. nars. 84. The aasemblj then adjourned IS SEStAIE. ALBAST, April the last night the.bill imposing a 27 mills tax for a canal fund was passed. The cable railroad bill revived and referred railroad 17; nays. 7. canal appropriation extension bill the The wag passed, also making Lincoln's birthday a legal holiday. Also Mr. McXaughton'i bill permitting the use of Myers' patent ballot machine at town meetings; Jar. Langhliu's Buffalo municipal court build- ing bond bill and Mr. Sloan's board of rlaims awards appropriation oiH. Adjourned. To DIKHM th. Ftohorios. April from Kewfoundland to Great Britain and "Janada arrived by the Caspian yesterday It is the intention of the delegates hold public meeting here. They say their mission is not confined to modus viveudi recently entered into relative to the taking and preserving of lobsters, but the wholo question treaty rights an coast land. In the present agitac. aiso contained the assertion tutiontl right of the colony t. alter its territory and mari French -vfound- ,-re is .TjQ--ti- uiy 'or and but each of them was under subrxena for fifty-one day- while tie senate was deter- mining whether or sot to commit for contempt. The investigatioB 0C the publication ef the secrets of executive ses- sions has cost the senate about and has resulted in nothing. Declared I nconttllutional. WASBINGTHS. April iS.-The supreme court of United Sutes has rendered a decision in the case -of Leisy. beer faoturer of Peoria, Ills., against Marshal Harden of Keokuk. Ia.. who had seized beer imported from Illinois to Keokuk Tbe question involved in the case was the validity of the state law of Iowa, which the sale of malt liquors in the state The supreme court of the state de- cided that the Uw was valid, but the supreme court reversed that decision and decides the Iowa law ia unconstitu- tional, chief Justice Fuller delirered the oplnioa of the court. Justices Harlaa   :.he above wwwl for any cue oj sick Heailacli'. IndnrexDon, i oMtipacioB or we cinn'it cure with WeM'n VeceUble Liver when the ,n arc cinnplied with. Thej purely and never (Ail to triv. Sninr cont .'Time W ami itntLttLi'ma. The inuuioe maau- f '.r.lv hv JOH> C. WEST CO. V.m b; MoNBoc'4 PBAUXACT. D kwl, T, GEO..A MACBETH 4, CO.. PITTSBURGH. Pi. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. lEWSPAPESl   

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