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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 23, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. FRIDAY. MAY 23, 1890. B REPHE8ENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. HBW KUUNQ MACHINE lor ruling all kinds of blanks U the latent u'idition io Mechanical Department of CompanvJ LBXANDBIT8 Coal and Wood Yard.itW Iral Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate All grades at Hard and Sort Coal, and Lath. Free a bKjuuvuBn B uoai ann VTUVI iaru. tm> A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate Allgr. tr Wuttsl Lumber, aillT solicited. Correspondent for wholesale l> B. anrroKU, lOS and MS Centra) Ave. P. Photographer. Inntantaueoun Photographs ol Babies a specialty. Stilton need not wait lor sunshine except lor iHVINU, Fro- I h pnelor. No. le K. Stocoiitt atrbet. near RuJ- lalustreet. Dunkirk, N. T. MilKluineB, Mil bound ill all attended to. All work uarantoeu. JUST KEl'RIBUTION OVERTAKES 8HELLENBERGER, THE NOTORIOUS FORGER. IJUMetieirS CROCKERY HOUSE, I> Central Avenue. Wholesale and ratal! drain in IJ purled anil iomestu: China. Ulassware, Ac. 1 IHAUrAUUUA HOTKL, J y Kates. II per day. Liver? an.l Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Rider, SSfi au.l 337 Lion street. I 11TV MAKHJCK SUOP Chas. Nagle, Prop.. Under Lake Shore National Bank, cornel Ceeur anJ Third A One stock ol foreign and Itomostic cigars. 1OHIU.US VJ tinier street, Practical borse-sauers. Particular aUuDtion laUirlenng trotting horses a specialty. uf ruatl kUNKIKK EVfMUNO OU1KKVKK. Largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising medium. UUNIUKK KNarNKKKKNO VUMfANX. Formerly Hellew Popvle. Manufacturers of Engines, Pulleys, ahaftlug Hangers, etc. Patterns, ForgingB, Castings, and Machine Work to order. UNMJKK SUIKT CO., '.He, and Center street, "Cromwell" and Manufacturers of (Htrfect the Drees Shirts. OD sale in all leading furnishing. and dry goods bouses in Ounkirk. D F. TOOMBT, 434 and 436 Lion street. Uealer in Fiour, Feed, .-alt. Baled Hay, Phoa- etc. Established. 1477. If HIK MOTEL and uinlng Saloon, Union Kasy access to ail trams autl bua Ineas houses. Best accommodations lor Com- nercial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. KULKKM CO., 97 and OB B. Tliir.1 street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and uolstermg. 1'icture Frames made to order. fit U. MATTKBON CO., 301 Central leaders ol Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitters. I! AKK1.I. STEAM HKAT1NU CO.. If an utacturers of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. IIUMK STEAM LAVMUKK. Our specialties; Fine lOc; Collars. io; Cuffs. 4c, and Lace Curtains. r'ree Deliv- ery. A W. Cuminings, 2u7 Center street. H. R. OEUM. K. Third at., -XT. ol BnOalo Manniacturer and dealer in Fine Boot. A Shoe. BNBT WBII-EK'S NBW 8TOKE, 108 E. Third st. Books, Sutionery, Musical In- tl. Third BU Books, SUtionerj. audWeekly Fa and everythlpg pertaining to a Oral clisa bonk store. Schoo. Books a spucialtv. JOB PK1NTINO o( every ileecrlption and at loweet living rates by Printing Company. 8 anil Iu K. decond St. JB. VAN BVRBN A SON. Fire and General Imtiiracoa. Deal- eri In Real Estate and Loans. Particular attention paid to the oara o} property collect- Ing rent. So. J19 Center 2nd floor. Mc (UIIIIOK'8 PBAHHACT, Central HeaJquarlerslor Wall Paper Faint .Oils, Ac. FBfUUNS, J. W.. Center street, Sfannfacturer and dealer Iu Harness, collars. fiuffal Covers Gloves Mittens an o Hobes, PBCEiOlVTin, 17 Kut Third street, faiihionalile Tailor. Gentlemen will nnd It to their advantage to call on me before purchasing eluewhure. 1> B. CART CO.. Lion street. Goneral Hard ware. Ware. A special- and Monroe range. Buupiiw. Oil Cloths, Oranlte Ware. A speoial- HULJNti, such as ledgers, and all Kinds of blanks done at Uuokirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 E. Second UIHU.ru MOLUKNHAUEB, Cor. Third and Buffalo su., ikltir in brauitc, Marble, I- mggmg and Buildiug stune. Call on me before bnyinc your side-walk. RULKY CO, 7 and 9 Eaat Front oln-ou Whisky, Brandies. Oitfral Liquor Store for Family Use. OBKBT M'KAT, Lion street, near the depot. ____ing, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable Is gratcnced to Tirsuty-Two Years at Hard Acts Like a Mailman In Court, Groaning and Weeping VIo- ieutlj Whole Audience Greatly Moved by His Terrible Angulslt. DOYLESTOWN, May SS -I. Monroe Schel- lenberger, the lawyer whose forgeries and other criminal escapades and Night re- cently caused such a widespread sensation, was yc.ste.rday sentenced by .luilge Yerkes to undergo an imprisonment of twenty- two years In the Eastern penitentiary. The prisoner waa almost completely prostrated by the sentence, and had to have assistance in leaving the court room There were seventeen of indictmen agalnat prisoner, covering the crimn of forgery and embezzlement. The ordea o( entering court room proved too much for tbe once popular and talented lawyer, who, district attorney of Bucks county, had made his brilliant reputation at the bar of thin very court. As he en tered he shrank from the gaze of his form- er friends, and kept his head bowed. Con- gressman Robert Yard ley, who came on from Washington to assist iu bis sat at one of the tables. AH the bills of indictment were read loud groans and sobs i-ame from Schellenberger. I IKI.LKNBKKOKR ACTS LIKE A MADMAN. His counsel entered tbe plea of guilty in each case. Sbellenberger acted at like a madman. He opened his handker- chief and threw it over head, rubbing his head and face with it, and nervously shook the railings of the dock with his hands and feet. Eventually he leaned bis head forward on the rail and buried it iu his arms, rocking himself on the seat like a pwsou buffering from acute pain. At one time Shellenberger groaned so loud and sobbed with such anguish that the I judge, in a nervous sort of way, told the district attorney to hasten his work and get it over. After all tbe were read and a plea of guilty was en- tered in each case, witnesses were called to show the character and extent of Shel- lenberger's rascalities. Several witnesses UiKtitieil, and as the testimony was brought out bearing upon the most ag- gravated and unpardonable cases of ras- cality and deceit, Shelleuberger rocked himself violently in the dock, tossed his head, moved his hands about like a wild man and cried aloud. Judge Harmon Yerkes, an old-time per- sonal acquaintance and a professional and political asxociate of the prisoner for many years, pronounced the sentence of I lie court. It was anticipated that he won Id gi ve Shellen berger a heavy sentence, but nothing like what he gave him was looked for. THK I'KISONER WEEPS VIOLENTLY. Judge Yerkes drew himself up and ad- dressed the prisoner in a low, husky voice, in which there seemed a slight tremor of emotion Shelleuberger never raised his head, but went on groaning and weeping violently. Finally the words dropped from tbe judge's lips, "Twenty-two years at Military confinement with hard labor." Shellenberger gave a groanof anguish and almost sank to the floor. The scene caused unite a commotion. The blow seemed to stun the prisoner. It waa necessary to partly curry him from tbe conrt room. The sentence was discusser! by the farmers and the people iu Doylestown on every side Nothing like it was ever heard in Bucks county. Wbile pity seemed to have been awakened in some quarters by the prisoner's exhibition of anguish in the court room, the general run of old fanners, who reflected upon what Shellenberger had been doing for years, seemed to think that it was just. Referred to the Census Committee. WASHINGTON, May 33. protests that have been made in a number of newspa- pers to members of congress concerning the questions to be asked by census enum- erators, caused Representative McAdoo of New Jersey to Introduce the following res- olution in the house yesterday: Whereas. Complaint Is being made by citi- zens of Lbtj alleged inqul.sitoral character of (he proposed to be. asked by the cen- sus en unit rut ors, which questions are declared Io be mcumiiahble with the rights of freemen, and an unwarranted anil unconstitutional ex- ercise of power h> the federal government; therefore, be it lvvil, That the committee ou the eleventh census be, and they are hereby di- rected to make inquiry into the questlunti pro- to be. be asked of citizens by tbe census bureau and its and to report by bill or otherwise, looking. If found necessary, to the proper rmtrictlon of the same. WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES. A Joint kcsolntUn Oraatlag Woman Suffrage Favorably Repotted. WASHINGTON, May 38.-The house com- mittee on the judiciary yesterday decided by a vote of 80 to 7 to report favorably a joint resolution proposing a constitutional amendment granting tbe right ol suffrage to women. The house and senate conferees ou the amendments made to the general pension bills by the house, reached a partial agree- ment, agreeing to the feature requiring, dependency to be shown before a penslen is allowed. Mr. Dawes Introduced In the senate yes- terday a proposed amendment to the commerce law, to add the following clause: Provided, however, that agree- ments to apportion the carriage of com- petitive traffic for the purpose of enabling each competing line to carry a reasonable share of such traffic may be entered into by common carriers subject to the provis- ions of this act and shall be lawful between the parties thereto; but this provision shall not be construed to relieve such com- mon carriers from other provisions of tbe act. The engrossing clerks of the house of representatives did not complete the en- grossment of the tariff bill yesterday as they expected, and It will not reach the senate this afternoon. It will be imme- diatelyCcferred to the finance committee, which will determine upon an order of business in relation to It at a regular meet- ing Tuesday next. A call has been issued for a meeting In this city ou May of the executive IMPERIAL FEDERATION. mlttue of the mittee. lational Republican corn- Tile Western Window Glass association held a meeting yesterday which resulted In several changes iu the window glass business and u comtii nation was formed which is practically a trust. Besides the large uiiuibcroif members present the fol- lowing gentlemen, representing the Win- dow Glais association, were In attendance by special invitation: George F. Kimball THE ULTIMATE SUCCESS OF THE MOVEMENT PREDICTED. ItoMberry AddreuM a Large Ing; ol the National Federation League The Italian Ouvernnient Situation Between Russia aad Anitrla. LONDON, May 23.-An important and numerously attended meeting of the Na tfcnal Federation league was held yester- day, over which Earl Roseberry presided tbe of bis remarks, laying before the meeting tbe business which callec them together, Roseberry expressed the opinion that the preseit was not an opportune time for a conference on the question of Imperial federation, owing to tbe fact that a strong wave in favor o colonial federation was now sweeping over Australia. The antipodean colonists, he were far more eager now to bring to a successful issue their own federation schemes than te accomplish anything in the way of imperial federation, and the latter question moat therefore bide its time. Tin-prospects of the ultimate sue Jam of h es H. Rice and hicago, Adolph Dey of St. Louto, William Ried of Detroit nnd William Glenny of Cincinnati The Wenteru association and the Jobbers' as- sociation have heretofore been throwing every possible obstacle in each other's way. As u result of yesterday's meeting the two assoc mtioiis will work In harmony with eiich other. SAM J. GIPrOKD, 3111 Central Ave. (Up Qeiienl Insurance and Real Estate Agent. Fire.Lilc. Accident, anil Live Stock Insurance. Prompt attention giv en to buying and selling Beal TO. JON US, 7ft E. Third cor. Deer. Kxoelator Heal Market. Fresh, Salt and Kinuked Helta, Oyiteri Poultry. JBWKLRY, Uw Aurora liailroau Watch. Repairing a specialty. Frank FVStapf. Hi K. Third sk M. MUOMHR. Merchant Tailor, AM .Central Avenue REWARD1 WE will pay the above reward lor sny case ol Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Hmuaohe, Indigestion, lowtipuion or we oMupt care with West's Vegetable Liver Fill., when the directao ver the mountains into Fauuin county or the purpose of summoning witnesses n the case. When he was returning five sprang from the woods and fired Into iis party. It was dark, but by the flash the fcjuns the officers were enabled to Clark and a manluuned Black- well. Botli men were arrested After C'laik had rei-oued his sentence, llackwell's daughter, who is said to tie his Jetrotheil, fell on his neck screaming and legging to be taken with him to jail. She nd to be toin awuy by force. A Long Slrilm Inevitable. T'a May long .nd bitter strike of the coal miners of thin istnct seems inevitable. At a muss meet ng here, at which over 400 miners were a motion prevailed to goou strike nti! the Columbus scale was paid, or ar- il rat ion wa.s granted by the Bell, Lewis Yates company. The Clarion miners ecided to act in concert. This action was eci'led upon, notwithstanding that the iochexteT men at Dnhoi.s refused last Fri- aj, by a of to .tit, to strike Fears ic entertained at Dubois that (he miners here will reconsider their action, but this hardly possible The Bell, Lewis 'utes company ia ready for a .six months' >ckout. About miners are affected y the action taken at the meeting. Daties on Sugar. LONDON, May the heuse of com- mons last evening Col. E, S. Hill, member for South Bristol, alluding to the opposi- tion of the American refiners to the pro- posed abolition of duties in America on sugar below sixteen Dutch staudgfc, asked the government ifhe would againui- vtte the Washington government to join the sugar con vent ion. Sir.Tames Fergnson, un- der foreign secretary, said it was uncertain what the the American congress would finally decide upon in the matter of the tariff. There was no ground for the thought that a renewal of the invitation to the AVashington government to the con- vention would be successful. Mr. E. W. Beckett, member for Whitby, asked the assurance of the government that English into rests in Africa would not be sacrificed to Germany. For the pur- pose of discussing the matter he moved to reduce the foreign office vote. Sir James Fergusson said the govern- ment was mindful of the Interests of the country, but must respect the aspirations of other countries if they would expect their own to be recognized. Killed by Lightning While at Prayer. BERLIN, May the people of the village of St. Mahlen, near Hildesheim, were assembled in the church, whither they had repaired yesterday to pray for the cessation of the hail storms which have of late prevailed in that locality with damaging effect, the building was struck by lightning. Four persons were instantly killed, twenty were seriously injured and four were permanently blinded by the Bash. The congregation were in an atti- tude of prayer at the time the bolt fell. In With Supreme ourt. NEVADA, la., May Hiudman 'the district, court in his charge to the rand jury took the ground that, notwith- standing the lute decision of the United States supreme court, uo person has a ritfht state to keep a place for the Mile of intnxii'uliuK liquors of any kind, either in original packages or otherwise, and that it was the sworn duty of the jurors to report to court by indictment any person charged Thurber Beat Silk HandHomely Upholatered BABY CARKIAGrES, With Heavy Lined Satin Parasol and Standard, Star Gear Spring, THE FINEST IN THE MARKET Worth and for and SPECIAL PRICE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT WOHKKB8 WANTKD. Men, and women airenui BiKpay. Steady work oiillll (roe. No experience uuudml. ,1. Kft.KNK Koohenler, N. Y. STODItAUT CO., 1'ateiit 7th SU, II. U 8. Patent OI- Bee. Patents, Onveatu slid lie- Issues e.'.-.imnl Trade Marks rciflsuired All 1'alonl I.IIBIMI-BK conducted (or moduraU) Pees. Information. Advice anil special references sent on A MONTH can be made erred who can furnish a horse and give their whole lime to the business. Spare moments may beprolil- ably employed also. A lew vacancies In town, andcilies. B.F.JOHNSON CO., 1000 Main St., Richmond, Va. CA8II willhuy Hit) on the cornur of Front anil Su-sn nli-ccls. 120 feet. I a law llhrnrj ol over 200 volumen fur cheap for ennli. II. shtwsnl, Dunkirk, N. V. REMOVAL. Dr. l.oo. K. ninckham linn removed hln olHuv and to No. Htrt-cl OFKICK lloiiim-IO s.. in. till MOO'II; i p. m. till 4 p. 111. Sunday forenoon nu.l week.lav cvoiiiiiifn liv appointment. iOn Wl" 4ai Btrecl veiiiclilH-room coal ittiil wood house, uamlHoino storm-house. 4tor4n implies and vn. nil visltblile, back moon screen clours ami wincluwH, BI.IWII uinj.oalltl wllluuwn. lujrjll BaxltUH and outakle Winds; Imhdnumclv nipoml, newly painted Inaliln anil out. wnlur ami sink In kitchen and h.tlrant lor lawn. HOxlim, new uluewallia, fruit train, irnnluii uml liol-ui'il. A bargain. ROOMS TO RENT In Hit) Uankjiiiiltliiig. nqnlregof tl Jacob Winner or Frank Hay. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., lias just received a full line of JUST ----A Carload of the----- FINEST and RAREST ROSES. Staniro.es Wecpine Rose., Evergreen., ttiirnhn, CHiuberH, Kruit nnd ornamen- tal trees. Never did you nice and large M llicie are will sell ilium very cheap. Why do t sell them cheap? lltcausc U will help to improve the city and make It poMllile after some lime there will be no city or town in whole Cbaul. County heller provided with One than Dunkirk. Call at VANDERMEULEN'8 GREEN HOUSE Cor. Eagle and Seventh Equal to any in the city, and at prices that will pay you to see him bef 01 e purchasing. bands, are now on strike In this city for an keen proceeding at Canandaigua for sev- On Their Wedding Tonr. _ _ NBW YORK, May, May8S.-Mr. and Mrs. ______________ increase of from 50 cents to tl per eral days, brought in a verdict of guilty Walter Damrasch were passengers by the One car full of carriages jumped the track cigars. Two thousand more cigarnmkers last night. Tbe sentence will probably be steamship Columbia, which sailed yeater- and tbe rest of the train piled up in a total Bobbins' Circus Wrecked. N H., Bobbins' t __r_________ Epping. where it was to show, was wrecked near the junction of the Nashua and Rochester and Boston and Lowell roads. The Brewers' Convention WASHINGTON, May 28.-The brewers' na- tional convention held a short session eton adjourned sine die. h
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