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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 20, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y ITKSMY. MAY 20, 1890. A A B REPRESENTATIVE DSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. Anew BVUMO MACHINE all of blanka for riilm he ItMhanical'DepartinenTof OoakirklPrintinf m _________TO and Wood Yard, 7! Central ATOBOO. Nickel Fla Hard and Hott Coa __. Tnt wholesale lo All of Hard and oabnr. MixlM and Utb. lor wboless D SIFFOBD, and ArOstto Pnotonapber. PKoMtrapk. ol Bablos a specialty. SI not wait tor raiunlne except Central An Install taneon Sltleir (o 1BVIHO, IT. pnetor. No. W B. Swoon J street, near Bu lalo rtreet. Dunkirk, N. T. Manzmes, Mi we. Pamphlets, etc., bonml in all styles. Onlei promptly attended to. All work cnaranUunL CBOCKBH HOl'SB, 3tt) Central ATenue. Wholesale and retail dealer in IT ported am tomesuc China, OUuawan, Ac. tl per day. UTWT anil Bnarcling Stable in conooclliu Victor Kirter, 336 and 337 l.iun BtreeL i 11TT BaltllER SHOP Chaa. Nagle, Prop., Under Lake Shore Rational Bank, iJc-BMr an.l Third strceu. A due (luck fontgrn aad Domestic Ugara. VJ as Crater >treet, FracUoal bone-sboen. PartinularaUention mWrlenng ol roa .lI. Baled llsj. I'tion ha'AP. etc. Elt.blli.eil, 1877. EK1< HOTEL and inning Saloon, Union Depot. Easy access to aU trains and taua- Beat accommodations for COED- Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. E CO., 97 and VSI K. Third jtreeL FiM FurBiture, Cabinet Ware and Up- aobnenng. Picture rraues made lo order. O. MATTBSON CO., 901 Central A TO.. Leaden ol Fathiouand Oenllemen OutlliUirc. 11 ABBI.I. 8TBAM HBATTOO CO.. Manalaetnien of Sleam Healing Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. If OHC 8TKAM LAVMUKV. Our Fine ShirU, lUc; Collara. Je; Cult, tc, and Laee Cortaina. Free ueiir try. A W. til Center street. It K.UEHM, B. Third st. oor. ol Buffalo Manufacturer and dolor in Fine Boots Shoes UBNBT WKmCR'8 NEW STORE, 108 K. Third sL Musical In audWeekly Papera ami everytAipv pertaining to a ttrat Iroiit store Sehoo. Books a spocialtv. I OB PR1MT1NO of every Ueacriptiuntin.) at lowest 11 nog rain by Dunkirk Printing Company, t aud 10 fi. second St. JU. TAN UVHEN A SON, Flra l.ilu, Accident and General Heal an In Real Estate and Loana. Particular aueiition paiU to tbe o.ice ot property collect- lagrenuie, Center aflONBOK'8 PUAKMACT. we Central Avenue Headquarter! tor Wall Paper Paint Ac. OBBBXM8, J. W, f W Center street, and dealer in llarneas, Soil-lies, ttnffalo Uolmn, UaneOoTera Holies. fj KHOLTBO, f. 17 Bail Third itreul. FuUlonabki Tailor. Gentlemen will Hu'l it Ui tneir advantage Co call on me before elMwhere. PB. CAjtT CO., 338 Ceuenl Oil Unu
rkmg for us. I'crsonB pie- tetred who can furnish a Imrsc :nul llicir whole the humntbti. Spare in.inirnlikrn.iy be profit- ably employed .itsii. A lew vacancies in lowi.o dmliilicH H. F. iw I icoi M.III. Si., Kirhmond, Va liiiil.liiij: Wxisi, un 1 mrcel near Kotn III slreel. at7.'l K. Kiiiiltii sliret. Dr. l.eo. K. llliii'kliiiiu lias feuMneil liielollli e. anil In No. -Ireel. tll-lMT. In a. ui. nil iio.ni; 1 m. nil 4 in. WANTED Iti iiiihlu n Mtlarv or om- t. U'nU; (or lernih Neuit noexuonenre A A rflHf kl M v SALESMEN Nurserymen, Uochcbter N. Y. ACT1VK MAS fur rst'i'tmn. Milary in f to Inrnlh i-c- piUhenlu N. Y. ConiMtuiy nictn-jxu'- nU'tl to rtupply Jrwi'lry, to i-onMUm-rc Alnnn Lady nf tttd, Salary In t'lirct) IHHV eiimlicil, UINI.IHHI pal-i in.) n't'i'n pxrhantrftl. Km WI'll J.ni'k liOX (Hit, N. Y. JJtl VViH Ituj H'-'ii linvo Mm- a rtm- Hr vt'iiiftil f-iuuin -t'H, rota and wood house, bauduotiie vurnnduli and visdbule, Vmrk ntfwsii uinl HUtrni-lmtirti' Kcri-en din rs and wimlown, nunhetj nml bin, (In; hundMOtncly d, in-wiy immUtd inBitlc HIM! out, runt sink m and IP ilnut for lawn. l..-t immUtd kitrhfii new Ridewa A bargain. garden an it I JUST RECEIVED A Carload of the FINEST and RAREST ROSES. StamnwcH. Wfcpinir Unaen. Evergreens, Hhrub.s, Cliuiliers, Friiil and ornamen- tal trees. Never Ix-fcirc did you see so nice ami laige as these I will sell them very cheap. Why do I sell them Bemuse it will help to improve tin- ci'y and make- It possible that after me time there will be no city or town in whole Cham. County better provided Hue trees than Dunkirk. Call at VANUEKMEULKN'8 (UiEEN UOfSK __ Cor. Eagle and Sevenlh 8u. IHKi'ii.ii, N. y. uit by inuil fur samples nf m-w cmliroider- Sui'h uro to ix-foivc, luit we- bog u, for paiticulais in rcgunl to tho Stato wbuthiT I'dgiiigs, or Uotiiioings. whftt Hiitm; idea cif tin: price, a sliic'v iif i in1. i.l till! i in Buffalo. ia limply width mid tliut is Buruiid U, u, Irv anil to n-'.y The value Heavv in Iowa. DKS MorXKR, In.., May from two-thirds of the couuties of Iowa show that the week lias been uniiiually cold, and injurious frosts have appeared nearly ever) clear morning. On the morn- ingofthe IBth there was a heavy frost with ice. in all parta of the state. The fuli extent of the damage resulting therefrom is not yet known, but it is evident small fruit and tender vegetation suffered ma- terially. There have been copious rains greatly relieving tbe farmers who had be- KIIU to fear drought. The general con- dition of crops throughout the .state is not encouraging. Tvvn M-umc Mivxr is. Minn to T'le Tn'mne In.ni s. )he ste inu i's iL.io nml terdav forenoon at the lake MJitte. A special t i it Mane says collided yes- 1'i-r end ut Mud Tlie sank and the Siberia was d on the Canadian shore. The were A Reminieft Work. Ma-s... May depart- men-s of i he fa> ton- of John O ft Co. h.ive at-recil upmi prices for one year and "ill lo-ilaj-. The coa- ccru ha-. closed, (jii-r Iw.iXKJ persons are up m tli.s factory for a live- lihood The strike U :i ii. JUy I' I'ljpp'i shoe fac- .'i i' 'ly s irled. All the ork to-day. X l- from 1 '4ters Mri'if for Blglier Wages. l- >l: r. K. I May coal team- on strike for an increase in pay to II per day. A Kalrt on SHRLBV, N. C., Slnj Agent Murriirt and Deputy with a I .jf nine men, niadj a raid early .Sun- 'tiiy moruing on nioonshiucra in the sonth- ern part of llurke county and captured "blockade" distilleries. The stills uere destroyed with 150 gallons of whisky niiil gallons of beer. One captured, but escaped Tlie stills are IcrcuteH in a wihl and almost inaccessible part of the country, Shots were fired, but no one was injured. Crops Dauiagrd In SPHINOFIELD, IllH., May pronounce the outlnok for wheat very bad and seem considerably discouraged. The temperature hits been much below the normal for the past week, and the raiufall throughout tbe state has been above the average. planting in delayed In inanj ijuarters by the colrl weather. In other parts planting is The frost, has injured fruits and vegeta- bles in mo.st localities, hut the dauiaLe in uot thought to general. ROOMS TO RENT In I In' Merchants J) .Inroh Winner or Friuik liny. CARL SGHAUEB 59 East Third St., Has just tpcrived 8 full in to any the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him befoi i purchasing. OL'H SPRING AND SUM- MER LINE OF Planting all Aluag GREENVILLE, Mine., May back- water has gone off quite rapidly during the past week aad planting has been pushed all aleug the line except north of Ureenville. The entire overflowed region, except low places of limited area, cau pee- sibly la planted this week. The levee board is making all possible cloie tbe gaps in the levees in this dis- trict._________________ Two Captured. PARIS, May au.-The Tempa publishes a djipatch from Seaegal stating that the French have captured Legou and Oieen- bougaa, after conflicts with the Dahomi- iani. The forces of the Dahemiann at the battle at Onosebougan, which took place April 25, aumbered All of them were killed. The French low was fifteen killed and wounded InniM from WlCHiTa, May 20.-William Thompson who has bee. irttwidiag meetings held by AdyenttaU IB became violently taMBe a.4 .tucked M. with I tatchw knife, IMicttBc
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