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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX HEP RESENTAT1VE USINESS HOUSES B OF DUNKIRK. 1 NEW RULING MACHINE lor ruhn A all kiuinof blanks U the latest audition bj Mechanical Department ot Danklrklfrinting Company ,1 LEXANIIKK'8 Coal anil Wooil Vartl, 7 Central Avenue, opposite Nickel All nf Hard BfCff All nf Him) and Son Wool Lumber. Shinglm and iJitb. r lUy; Coirespondeuoe tor wholesale 1 f> OUrfORO, 223 and Z41 Central Av Artistic Photographer. I nslanuneou Photographs uf Baliles a specialty. Sloe seed not wail for sunshine except li IkOOK 1KV1NU, IJ prielor, No. 16 K. Seoouil street, near Uu Ulo street. Dunkirk. N. V. Mi fie. en-., bound in all otylim. Order promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. ItOKCHKK'H CMOCKK11V HOUSK, axtenlrsl Avenue. Wbolesale aud retail dealer in IT ported an Jomutic China, aiauwara, Ac. IBAUTAUUUA UtrTBL, O Kates, 11 per clay. L.IVMT and Boaiillitg Sluble in connection Victor Kuler. 3-Sfi and 337 IAOU street. 1ITV BAKBKII SHOP Nag-lc, Prop.. Under Lake Shore National Bank, cornu Center anJ Third stieets. A stuck u Foreign anil Domestic oigars. S 40NKLIN WIN, 38d lenter ulreet, Practical borse-nBoem. Particular attcntio paid to Interfering horses. Shoeing ol roa Marble. I- and BuiklioK Stone. Call on uie U fore buying your side-walk. KISI.EV CO., 7 and 0 Kasl Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. (J-u.pral Liquor Store for Family Use. 1 M'KAY. li, Lion street, near the de pok Boarding. Sale. Feed ami Livery gtable. gubliug by Uie or week on reasonable J. OITKOKD, 30) Central Ave. (Up O General Insurance and lieul tttikiu- Agent. Aevuleoi, anil Live titook Insurance. Prompt attention invnn to buyinii anil sellinir Estate, C. JUNKS. I 75 E. Third St.. cor. Itoer. Bicehuor Heal Market. Freak, Sail ami SuiokeU l.anl. Sausages, Oyslern ami Poulirr- ATCMK8, JETTKUKl, tbe Aurora Kailroad WaU-h. Kepainng a specially. Frank F. SUpf. K. Third sL r M. MUCKER. Merchant Tailor. W (.eiitrftl A veiim- REWARD! rev.ar.1 torso? cast of iJvurComplaiUtbTsiNtiisia, sick lloaUiuilie. ludignUuu, or Cosuveness wr euiioteure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills. wkei tbe dinenons an slricUy oomplieil ith. are purely Vefctable. ud Snorcoued. LarielSici MrtaULaad TB. nu Uoarad by JOHN C. WEST co. 8uW tar MoHBOK-s PHAUIACT. U kirk. N y THE PRESBYTERIANS. CLOSING DAY OF THE CONFERENCE AT SARATOGA. A Besolutlon Passed llef-anllng the Ex- elusion or the Bible frum tlie Public Report or the Standing Coinmltlre on Publication Detroit golertxri thr Next Mooting Place. SARATOGA, N y May the after- noon uf i iie Presbyterian confer- ence 'ay nev Br Hiiron submitted the f lored Presbyteries and did not want .em branded with the stigma of inferior- y. Other boards can take independent ction with their Presbyteries aud all hould have it. Dr. Crosby said the logic was with the ilored brethren. The vote was taken on r. Booth's amendment and the call of vision settled u iu the affirmative The ite stood 150 to 145 and was taken amid usiderable excitement The motion to adopt the report was car- ed, the vote being 179 to 125. The report on deaconesses was taken om the docket Dr. advocated the report. He ought women who serve the church loukl have ecclesiastical recognition Dr. Parks brought out the fact that the omen were not asking for the office, aud r. VanDyki said that modest women oulil not accept it Hev of California quotc-d ad- eme action of previous assemblies and lid there was no evidence in the Script res for the office Kev. Bonder liked the spirit of the re- ort and the desire lo recognize the worn- I n officially. Dr. Crosby held that the New Testament cognized deaconesses. Dr. VauDyke was surprised to see such revolutionary movement emanate from here it did. He did not think there was criptural authority and we have enough hand in the revision business without ndertaking other contracts. bad r I i Dr. had amended that the deacon esses simply set apart by prayer. At the evening session the nominatin committee announced the committee o revision as follows: Professors-W. H Oreene, Princeton; Thomas S. Hastings Union; M. B. Riddle, Allegheny; W. J Beecher, Auburn; E. D. Morris, Lane Hernck Johnson, McConaell; Williai Alexander, Sau Francisco. College Presidents Francis L. Patton Princeton; William C. Roberts Lak Forest E. Moore, Columbus, O (moderator of H. J. VanDyke Brooklyn; Ebenezer Erskine, Chambers burg; J. T. Leftwicb, Baltimore; S. J Nice-oils, St. Louis, E. R. Burkhaltar Cedar Rapids, la. Klders-Ex Justice William Strong Washington; ex-Senator J. R. McMillan St. Paul, Judge Alfred Hand, Scranton Pa., Kniersou White, Cincinnati; Judge Henry Sayler, Huntlngton, Ind., Win throp S. Oilman, New York. Barke Trenton, N. J.; William Ernst CoviiiKtiiu, Ky.; Oeorge.Iunkm, Philadel phlu: Charles R. Cbaruley, Chicago. This U the committee which will do th actual work of revising the confession am will report to the assembly 18B1. The committee as named was accepted by tli assembly by unanimous vote. Detroit wiw selected as the placeof the next meeting A committee of arrangements for the next assembly was appointed, with Dr allace Kndcliffe as chairman Adjourned d I 05 t- a 0- 2 0- and 0-6 0- (J SPORTING- NEWS. Itesulft ol Uuqebalk Turf Notes. HI.AVKKS' l.EAUIJK. At Boston.............o n i i o 0 Chicago............ l l o 2 0 0 Hose liiti Muslim II, Chicago 10. II, ago Batteries it.ulbonriie and Kelly; Baldwin and Umpires Ferguson aud Holbert. At New York- New York Cleveland..........a 0 1 0 n 0 1 I Base uius -New York 10, Cleveland 10. Errors-New York 6, Cleveland 4. Ewing and Ewlng; Bakelr Hutcllffii. Umpires Gunning and Matthews At I'liiladolphia- 6 1 0 Unf'alu..................0 0 II 0 called; rain. Base hits- Philadelphia 0. Buffalo 8 Krrors- Philadelphia o, liuftalo 2. Batteries Knell and Cross. Kcet'eand Mack Umpires Gaffne} and Barnes At Brooklyn- Hi-ooklyu.......05200001 (i u a i o s Base bils Brool.b u 15, 11 Errors Hruokljnli. I'lttuhuig 8. Butteries -Murphy anil Kinslow: Galvin and Carroll Umpires- Knlstlit and Jones NATIONAL LEAOUB At New York- New York C'hlcaijii.........I 2 tl (J 0 0 0 tl 0-3 Bui? hits New Yolk 6. Chicago II Krrom York 2, Chicago 1. Batteries- Husie, Buckley and Summers. Hutchinson and Nagle Umpire -Lynch. At Boston- Boston.......0 (I 1 0 0 0 II 1 i Cincinnati..... Base [UK- H .stun 4, Cinclnnall tt Hns-nti Cincinmiti 4, Batteries ami sbellliase. and Harrington. Umpires Power and Zachailas. At Philatlelpbla-Pitlsburg game (ailed at end of lotlrth Inning- rain. At Rrooklyu- Cleveland......... 000000002-2 hllo-Brnoklyn Cleveland II. Ei rors Hrookh n 2, Cleveland 5. Bath-ries-Cai inhet-s and Daly, Wadsworth and Xiunner. Umpire .MeQunld. AMKHICAN ASSOCIATION. 11-4 Brouklvn. 030iaouO Colmnlms ........00400000 Hase hits Itrooklvn U, Columbus 7. Errors Mninkhn 2. Cohinilius r> Miittimurc. To> anil Bowes; Qast- right and O'Cnmiur. Uiiiinnt, llHrnuiiiHUd Emslle. Wet u'founds. At PhilacK-liihia l; 11.1. At KoLhr-slel i mounds TO SUPPRESS ANARCHY. AN INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT TO EXTINGUISH THE REDS. DUNKIRK N. Y. TUESDAY, MAY 27, H90. THE CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATIVE BILL. France Wautu the Ca-operatlau of Other European Powers to Crash the Follow- er, of tlie Red Casting Greedy Eye top there He also quoted a report of the naval policy board which dwlared that the Uuited Stntm maintain navy at least equal In strength to the most powerful navy lu the world." Mr. Hale snid It would "be difficult to Hnd a senator or a responsible official who indorsed the report of "thU policy board.' The report had not been accepted by the secretary of the navy at laying out policy The lordly scheme laid out by tbat board was hindering tht legitimate progress of building up a reapectftble navy. Mr Cockrell theu quoted from tht re- port of the secretary of tht navy recora mending the construction of seventeen tattle ships, coait, and twenty-nine uuarmored at a cost of about liaMm.OQO. Thi report of iward. he said, was In accord with' recom- mendations of tbe army board for an ex- penditure of for fortificatiom to terrorize other nationa Instead of act- ting an example of peaceful arbitration to the world. Mr. Corkrell thought the construction of battlo ships hazardous and extravagant in view of the Invention! In tubmarlnt stroyers. Mr. Keagan aud Mr. Voorhees supported the amendment and Mr Stewart posed it. Mr Gray said the United States could not goon forever living in a fool's para- dise, relying on its ability to get ready for a light. It must have at least a beginning from which preparations could be made when an emergency arose Mr. [iutler opposed the amendment, nay- lug he regretted that it was not In his liower to vote, for eight battle (hips In- stead of three Mr. Bluir moved to insert in the provla- follow not be Ladie and Misses' ooi-s.-ts and waists, Madam Warner's health (WliiK. corsetn, Madam IP Schilling's coiled wire ow fittin -V glove fitting Ferris corsets nnd mi; C01'8ets' Thompson's for ,.'uil- We make a specialty of handling all parts drens carnages, such us parasols, rods, brakes, wheels and handles. The new things which are attracting considerable attention i8 hammocks, croquet sots, tin- latest and neatest things in lunch and card tables, very Everybody is buying their step ladders of us, cause we're selling them for 75, 88, 9Hc. and Large servicable express wagons Children's painted two wheel carts with iron tire, I Oc., worth 20c. Ladies' cool summer vests, ,10, 19, 25c. Gentlemen's ties, 17c. Lunch and picnic baskets, 10 and 14c. STORES. SPECIAL -ANNOUNCEMEN1 op- ion for the three battle ships the iug: "But this provision shall The expressions of opinion by leading the compensiitiun of customs officers ewspnpers and politicians of various by snlary instead of fees is retiimpd Tlie earnings its to the wisdom of holding the tlouse conferees agreed to the striking out neetius; at New Tipperary, Sunday, are i of sectlon tlussifyinx uiercliniidise for ecidedly unfavorable commentaries of estimutiun; anil he judgnifnt displayed by Messrs. Dillon, ''utyfliereon, the of it being )'B.-ien ami the others who conducted it. 'he Daily News, the English champion of rish home rule, Is particularly severe in ts condemnation of the course pursued, t would have been much more sensible, it naintains, for the Irish orators to have ired the grievances of their followers be- ore Rngludi audiences than to have al- owed Mr. Balfour, as they have done, to nake the point that depression in Ireland s as highly necessary now as it has ever leeu The harm having been done, how ver, The News warns the Irish leaders coutinneil iii the tariflr bill. The other changes agreed upon were relatively un important. THE BREAK IN THE ERIE CANAL The Damage More Dlxantrom Than at First Ant Iclpuied. UTH-A, X. Y., Muy :.'7. -Tlie break In the Krie oaiial at Whitesl'uro, Sunday evening lias proven more di.snsiroiis than was al lirst supposed. Tlie hrencli iu the bunk is seventy-six feet wiile at the lop nnd litty gainst a repetition of such demoiistra- I Hl t'le botto" is tillet'i feet deep. It Itn'-ii UHAVKSFNU Mn ,it li ivesend. The races yester- day resulted as follows Kirst ran', '5 niili< Civil Service first, (jeraldi.ie icconil. Toimentur third, time -ISk [t 'ivil St-rvite and flerakliue run adead heat The owner of Civil Service wanted to i-iin the race olt, but Gi-raldim-'s owner furl the purse and bets were given to Civil Service. Second miles: Wilfred first, Salvint -.t-.-uiid. Eon third: time, l-54Jf. Tliiul rate, the Brooklyn Derby, miles Hnrliiiuton first, s-econd, Ken- woui! time, 'J-iaHf Fourth race, Bella H secutiil rue. St-nilur s.-iui.i I Sixt'i t l if niile: Pireffory tlrst, Koln third, time, f.15. mile- H-triliution first, l tlai-il: time Qnesal first, Manola im Wood third; time. 1.43 Lflt'.llhl ltaci-H. I.AION-IA, Ky., May races resulted as 'follows' First race, 1 mile Maior Tom first, Vi- dette second. Germanic third, tim 1 Second race. 1 mile and 70 yards: Birth dnv lir-it. Snu Ardo second. Rollin Hawley third time. Third lace, 1 1-lomiles- Sportsman first, Daisy -ecnnd Catalpa third; time, Fourth race, miles, Jack Pot stakes, two stailers. Huntress first, Outbound second tune, Fifth nine, mile.- Woodford first, Milt Yoiuig second, Rbody Hale third, time. 53 Mitchell Has Mitn for Slavln. NEW YOKK, May Police Gazette has received a cablegram from London stattug that in repl) to Slavlu's challenge to light. Mitchell, the latin offers to match an unknown against Slavin The uu known is said to be Kilraiu. A Ball Player Killed. SAVANNAH, Ga., May 27. Ben Myers, ratchar of a colored baseball club, while llaying at Montgnrnery yesterday, was struck in the mouth by a ball thrown by the pitcher and instantly killed. A Rubber Factory Deitroyed by Fire. MT. VERXON, N. Hodg- nan rubber factory was fc and he was surprised that he .onUl propose this innovation. Mr. Warren moved that no further than that previously adopted be ken; reading the action of previous isemhltea. Mr. Warren's resolution was oted down and tbe recommendation to nd down overtures wan adopted, after mostly girls, are thrown out of work. The Kaiser's Injured BERLIN. May emperor's injured foot is much s-volleu and his have ordered him to remain quiet in his, room for ten days. YOU GFTTHE WROMcfsOBT; THE RIGHT ONES vCALLED PEARL TOPAND ARE Made_wly ty GEO, A MACBHH 4, CO., PITTSBpJGH.W, ons in tbe present condition of Irish af- airs nnd public sentiment, if they would Jenefit the cause they essay to promote MK. GLADSTONE'S COMING SPEECH. Mr. Gladstone will deliver an important peech at Hawurden to-day, on which oc- ca-sion it. is expected that there will be at wiis cntiied by the gradual nasliing away of the earth, which was due to tlie fiict Hint pump logs, which had been put in by residents to curry spring water had not liec-n properly laid At the Central tracks great damage had been done. The engine lays in a bank ol .iivE.Ti.uii, nuii immuers irom tllfi ii i smaller places in the vicinity of Hawarden I ,T I-IIIIIKS tl JfWl Will buy 4ai Hove mn-i-l-a cnii- J' ,T W vellie.lt H-roolll II.IIIM' :elnl hen ni ucs, coul find wood bouno, ftnd vislibule, buck HUMIII unit storm liourfi-, donrstiiid windows, shrill 8ai.lii.-B and outside hnndsuini-ly papcrid, newly Minted Inside and out. witter and alnk in kitchen and h drint tor lawn. Li.t WxliHl argaina New styles in parasols. New slylci In gloves. New ttylcs ID lioniery. Headquarters in Buffalo for lugB, Draping and upholstering Adam Mira and AMERICAN BLOCK, W6-4O2 MAIN HTUKKT, BUFFALO, N. THEM IN PAT- ENT LEATHER BRIGHT DONGOLA, WITH FANCY COLORED OOZE TRIM- MINGS. WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL PATENT LEA- THER SLIPPER, WITH A LARGE RUCKLE, FOR STREET WEAR. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street I.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, 864 MAIN ST., KUPPAIXI, N. T. DRALKR IN Diamonds, Watcbeu and Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Leather 4roodHtetr. KKUKA t'lKtl, OOLV 81L VKR FLA TIN A COMPLETE LINE OF MAIN HTIIKET, Oppmille IrwinoU lintel. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures. INFAVSPAPER Si EW SPA PER
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