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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - June 23, 1890, Dunkirk, New York REPRESENTATIVE ,USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NEW RI LINO MACHINE fur ruhnp _ all km.Is ol blanks the latent aililitmi! ie Mechanical Iwpartment of TTEXAJIDBB'S Coal sn.l Wwxl ru. Nii-kel Plal' aad solt Coal, WnS Lumber, Ihinftles an.l iJth. Free CorresponJencc fur wholesale loU solicited. V% Avenue, oppos.l Depot, All M Hard UirruCD. 22M and ISA Central Are Artintir J'tioU'ipipher. losiantaDeout ha nl a aeed not wa.t except for oabies. B OOK .lAMKB IKVI.NO, No. It; K. Second street, near Buf- lalo street, N. T. MagaiiiicB, Uu- tic, Pampt.eU, in all alvles. l to. All work IftUKCUJCit'9 CKOCKEKY O 809 Central Avenue. Wholeule and retail dealer in Domestic GUM wore, Ac. NEWS FROM ABROAD. THE GOVERNMENT'S LICENSE BILL SAID TO BE IN JEOPARDY. HOTEL, tl per day. and BoarUing Stable in connection Victor Kider, 335 aad 3V7 Lion street. J 1ITV BARBBK SHOP ,V Naa-le. Prop.. Under [.ake Shore Bank, come LenUir and Third A stock Pore.jra and llgarm. IONKLIN SON. Vv 33H alrect, Practical nnrae-shoera. Particular atlentloi interfering Shoeing of tmltmg boraea a specialty. KVK.NINO OBSF.RVEK. Largest Daily in the Bounty. An unequalled I KNOINEKKINOf Lt Formerly aollew a. P6pnle. Manufacturers ol Kngmes, Pulleys Sbaluug llangrni etc. Patterns, Forgings Castings. Machine Work order. I )ONKIRK SUIKT CO., -iul. and if Center street. Manufacturers the "Cromwell" and "Dunkirk" perfect- tflt Drejw bluru. tin aale in all leaiimif furnishing, cloUiing ami houses in Dunkirk. DP. TOOMET, 134 and 4'M Lion street, l-ealer in Flour, reol, -alt, Baleil (lay. I'boK- EKIE HOTEL an.l muing Saluoo, Un.un Kaay u> all trains and taesa uoiises. Itesl lor t'om- aercial J. Murphy, Prop. E Kiae ULEK-S A a7 auil E. TnirO etreeL Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Uu- x. Picture Frames to order. if( MATTKSUN CO.. 901 Central Ave., Leaders ol Fashion an.l Gentlemen UulOUera. II AKELJ. STEAM UEATIMU aDulacturers of Sleam Heating Apparatua- Sanilarr Plumblnf a Specialty. 11 OME STKAM uur Fine Shirts, luc; collars, sc; c tc, anil Ijice Curtains. Free ery. A W. c'utnmtngs, 2tf Center street t Is Expected that the Compensation Clauses Win tx Dlla- torj Irlab Member ot PCvllament Cen- New Cbalnaaa of the London Council be Elected. LONDON, June 23.-Very little can be learned of the proceedings of Saturday's council that will throw llifht on their re- but it is certain that they related wholly to the dtscusaion of the govern- ment's position with reference to the icensing bill aa dlacloaed in the house last week and to the adoption of mean, to trenytheu it. The Sunday Dispatch lalma to have authentic information that uch the case and anerta tbat the min- stxy arrived at a decision to abandon the wmpenaation clauses of the bill. This action takan, it wna stated, upon the nn conviction that the strength of the ppeeitlon and the indifference many Conservative members would be sufficient o defeat the bill If it sbeuld be persisted a aa at present constructed. Anyway tills statement finds many believers and a formal announcement of the withdrawal ef the clauses is expected to be made in the house to-day. The dilatory Irish members, through whose absence from their teaU the govern- ment enabled to eaoape defeat in the division of the first clause of the licensing bill, are being made to feel very uncom- fortable. It was predicted that their con- stitnenta would have something to say of their shortcomings, and the prediction was verifled yesterday in the caw of Mr. Justin H. McCarthy, member for Newry and son of the famous member for Ixmdonderry. He was one of thoee whose attendance at robbed bin party of a victory In arllameat, and of Newry a meeting at that place yesterday to express their opinion of his conduct. He was roundly denounced by the speakers COMPARATIVE STATEMENT Showlnt- In.jr.MM ..d Itedactlo... In th. Senate and Boiue Tariff Bills. WASHINGTON, June 23.-The clerk of the finance committee has completed th. prep arstlon of tbe statement called for by the Plumb resolution adopted oy the senate the increase, and reductions in revenue which are estimated to follow the eaactment of the senate tariff bill com- pared with the preaent law and the house or McKiuley bill. The importations for the fiscal year of dntlable goods (the rates on which it U proposed to change) gated in value, and the ili'lS Collected on these aggregated Ibe estimated duty on these articles (or an aggregate equal to that of the fiscal year) under houae bill U es- timated at 77, while under the aenau, bill tbe estimated receipw from the same aggregate The house bill transferred to the free list which during the flsc.ll year 1889 were rec-lved at an aggregate value of ot, and paid duty amounting to sue 12 bill transfers to the free list in the importations for 1889 at 15, and paying an aggre- gate duty of to the first of these amounts the amount of the internal revenue reduction found in the house bill (and struck out of Mil) the total reduction of he house bill is found to be '.IS, while that of the senate bill SPOKTIAG MATTERS. WHAT IS TRANSPIRING IN WORLD OF SPORTS. THI Schedule. Showln. the Standings of the Iu the Brotherhood. Ltmfu, and American Bvmlts of Yes- terday-. Tlu Comln, Fight Between Le Blanche and Mitchell. The following tables show the standing of the clubs in the different league FLAYERS' LEAOL'E. Boston Brook lyii. Philadelphia New Yurk Won. X) the e senae is the figure namtd 343 8B Ihese the committee saya, ,to but U the importa Lost. 17 23 21 Cleveland Buffalo 18 NATIONAL LKAGTE. Per Cent. sn .ili .aw Won Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia fhlt ago Huston .V New York Hltttburg..... .j, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Lost. 14 Per Ceut .71 r! 31 II K. OEHM. E. Th.nl >t., cor. ot Buffalo Manur.toturer ilealer ID Boots A Whites UENKV W FILER'S NEW MTURE. lat E Third..... Books. Stationery, Musical 1 og lo s tionery, Musical yaudWeeklt Papers, to a drst book JOB FKINTINOof ever} living raUfs by Dunkirk t'rinunfr Company, Saii'l 10 K. Second St. I U. VAN en in Real Estate an.i Loana. Particular attention to [he care of properly collec iDirenttic. 219 Center SL. in. 1 floor. and reaolutiona were unanimously paaeed (-ensuring him for neglecting the duties le was elected to perform. The other un- faithful members will undoubtedly re- oelve similar attention.) The difficulties arising from the resigna- ion of Lord Koseberry of the chairman- hip of the London county council will robably be settled at the next meeting of hat body by the selection of the Earl of Upon as chairman. The Paris Temps learns that the British overnmeut has made an explanation of he settlement between England and Ger- lany touching the British protectorate ver Zanzibar that is entirely satisfactory France. The character of the explana- n is not mentioned, but it is surmised 'int Salisbury baa convinced the frencti government that the validity of the laims of France to certain territory now i her possession might be severely .shaken y too careful inquiry into the manner or rms of its acquirement. At Lancashire, yesterday, OOU miners paraded tho streets, and sub- lequeully held a meeting at which resolu- ms were passed demanding an eight- our day It is announced that M. Ktstics, presi- lent of the Servian regency, will shortly nt Vienna for the purpos of clearing up ie difficulties now existing between Ser- .a and Austria Mils Valley Wiedmann, whose suit jniost l'apt Walpole for breach of ronilse has just been decided against her for the second time, is still in pursuit of her betrayer She has made application for still another trial and tbe case will iguiu be beard in the courts. Prince Alexander .if whilom ruler of Bulgaria, who was recently re- stored to the Austrian army, is visiting Bosnia it is stated that he will shortly succeed Gen Baron d'Appel to the com mand of the Fifteenth corps of the Aus tnan army, stationed in Bosnia and Herze- govina. An axplosiou of dynamite in a factory Germeibdorf, Saxony, killed four men siud injured several utners. should be the same as last year under the new rates, the reduction would amount under the house bill to under the senate bill to 10 The table further shows that the aver- age equivalent ad valorem rate under ex- isting law i., 41.34 per cent., under the house bill 32.80 per cent., and under the senate bill 51 Iff percent. "These tables says the committee, "are prepared upon tne plan and theory usually followed; the estim are largely conjectural and uior- less unreliable misleading the that f Athletic.. Bocheuter. t'oluuibns Toledo MI. Louis Hj ra Washington Critic Maintains He is Wet a Candidate for Be-eleetloB. WASHINGTON, June Critic says editorially: In view of the fact that the statement published in The Critic last Weduesday, while generally accepted as correct, has had doubt thrown upon It in certain quarters where the wish ia father to the thought, an.l in oertala others hag been received with some signs of skeptic- ism. The Critic feels that It Is violating no cannrfem-e in now publishing name of one gentleman to whom the president made the statement referred to, to wit: "I am not here fur the purpose of acting In the interest of or of my party, but in tlw interest of the whole country and the people. When my term ia out I ex- pect, to ivturu to Indianapolis and resume the practice of law." The gentleman is .Mr -fames H. Woodiird, now a resident ot Oakland, cal., and the agent on the Pacific coast of the Wabash railway system. The president an.l Mr. Woodard are old- time personal and political friends. The latter was in this city on business for some recently While here he culled upon AN IMPORTANT RAILROAD BILL TO BE DISCUSSED. The Bouse Will Probably Resnine the Atkliiwi, Baltimore aad Potomac Railroad Na tlonal Election BUI to be the the Senate Will Do WASHINGTON, June in Din trict of Columbia day. If It prevails UK bouse will resume consideration of the Atkinson, Baltimore and Potomac rail road bill, n hich proposes to furnish the road with terminal facilities in Washing ton sufficient to obviate delay in landing 1- 7 '-10 if the bill should become a law merchan- dise of like quantities and values would be imported as was imported during the fiscal year 1MU. Thfs basis can only be accepted as reliable where changes In rates are not of such a character as to necessarily cause increased or dlmlnlahed TWO DROWNING CASES. A Sailor and an Amateur rieherman Go to a Watery Grave. BI-FFALO, June 23. Early yesterday morning Louis Nickrenz and Edward Fleishman were walking along the tow- path of tbe canal near Oermania park on their way fl-hmg, when Fleishman sturn- bled and fell into the water, and before he could be aided by his companion sank out of sight His body has not been recov- ered as yet. Tbe police are grappling About B. CART CO.. 3S3 Lion street. General Hardware. While Supplier, Oil Cloths, Grafi'te Ware. A special ULLl.NO, as blank-books, le.lgera.aiv all kin, t) of blanks dooeat Dunkirk Printing Company, S ac J 10 E. Second St. Kl UOL1-H MOLDCXHAITER, Cor. Third and Buffalo in Uranib-. Marble, r ihgring an. HiiiMlinK Stone. Call on nu Defon bnvinn K I-U.KT CO, 7 and EaM Front street. Whisky. Wmea, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family Use. ROBERT M'KAY, I.ion street, near the depot. Boarding, sAie, reetl and I.ivery Stable by tbe day or week on reasonable Ivrma. J. MIFVtlRU. 301 Central Ave. Vieneral iusurance and Real Estau rire. Life, Accident, an.l luve stock Ineuraace. Proaipt attenuon to bn and aelling Keal Kibtte. nl C. JONES, 1 75 E. Third at., cor. Oeer. Kxcvlftior Meat Market. Freah, Salt and Meau, Lanl. Sauftagea. Oyatcra an.: roullrv- W ATCHES. JBTTELKY, M.'. 'Buy the Aurora Railroad Wafb. Kepainng .pecialty. Frank rTstapl. SS K. Third at. I. MUCKER. Merroant Tailor. Central Avenne RE WARD I t. will the above lor any cast 04 l.itt-ri omplaiut, Ueailatfbe, I ouMipatiou or CiMUveauis we- i ........I with H Vegetable 1-irer Pills, wtu-u are smelly complied with. Thev are purel) Vegetable, and never fall ll' give saiidlactiuu Coated. Larreboxes. cunuii.iug :u Beware of coun- Uirfeibt. anil imitationa. The ireuuine mann. onlv by Jl.HN C. WKsT t CO 3old by MoxKOK'8 I'HARHACY.D kirk, N.I. jonitnitti-e of the Culonial society will ab- ears old Mr Wyman leaves a widow, two sons and two daughters. collision was inevitable, reversed his engine and shut off eteam. He then jumped fnmi his engine closely followed bis fireman The freight engine struck the passenger engine with fnll force, and the collision turned on the valve of the passenger en- gine, which, without any occupant, started back toward the train I, was going ,t the rate of forty miles an hour when it -.truck the train. An express car and a pitos..nitpr conch were complexly wrecked. A nurse employed by O M Mrsh Aimer Pitlu-r, wife of the conductor of the tram, oadly hurt, an.l several other passengers motv or less bruised Outlaws In Pennsylvania, WILKFS-BAKBE, Pa., Jnne .eorise :-mith and John Anderson of this city were returning from Harveys lake three masked men attempted to sto'p them Innely -pot near The men dark lanterns and their appear- so frightened the horses which the and freight. The proposition
and disposed of. ONE JUDGE REBUKES ANOTHER. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Mas just receiver! a full lino of PATENTS 1 if run Buffalo, AMKHU AS BLOCK. Main Street, are at Mini on bail. Fumigating a liritlih Ship. PlliLAnELPIIIA, June British ship Algeoma, from Itio Janeiro, is being disinfected at quarantine, several of her crew having had yellow [ever at Kio. The crew are all well now The mate, James Brown, fell down the hold and broke his He nd which has been ictively engaged in securing mortgages iu 3e West. Xone of the alleged officers of he association can be found here, though ntil the police began to investigate mail addressed to the concern was taken from postoffice once a week. It is thought lat a number of people have been vic- mized. _________________ Yellow Fever Suspected. NKW ORLEANS, June steamship dria from Bocisdel Toro is being fumi- Her steward died at OL and one of crew ia ill with ipiriooa bW act yet pronounced allow ferer. A Leading Citizen of Castile Dead. CASTILE, N. Y., June B. Cum- ming. a leading citizen of Wyoming county, died at his residence here yester- day morning. He was the proprietor of the Castile Spice MiRs. He had been for several years a leader In county and was coroner at the time of hia death. A Bad Example Followed. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., June Cato, white, shot and killed Lizzie Mitchell, a negress and his mistress, early yesterday morning, in a bagnio and then killed himself. Win Tatum had witnessed I the first tragedy a-.d went to another ESS I Kidnapped by Bandits. A Tramp Stenls a Train. EARLVILLE, Ia., June train hands of tbe Milwaukee road were eatinu their breakfast at a iM.irding house near tbe track Saturday a tramp entered the of the locomotive of the work train and pulled out with lightning speed, and although the men saw the train start they were unable to stop it. Ten minutes later the engine of an incoming freight train was detached and pursuit was made. The work train was standing on the track seven miles west, but no trace was discov- ered of the thief. Sunday School Convention. June 23.-The International Sunday school convention will meet here lo-morrow and will continue for four holding thrs-e sessions doily It promises to lie the largest anil most im portant meeting of the kind ever held lully delegates and clergymen being xpected. In addition to the delegates ,rom the states and British provinces ommissioners from various foreign coun fries will attend prietor and two others, pursuit. I 1 oat his own brains caoee of both crimes. Jealousy was A .state Offirlal'i Crime. OrsTKR.VILLE, Ala.. June J Sheffield, chief clerk in the office of the -t.ite superintendent of education in Mont- gomery, shot an.l killed Col. Buck May, a prominent citizen of this place, Friday morning. Domestic trouble, the exact nature of which has not been divulged, led to the crime Sheffield is GO years of age. A Tillage .Swept by a Tornado. GRAXD ISLAND, Neb., Jnne little village of Sweetwater, some fifteen miles distant, was swept by a tornado jesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock and not a building U left standing. No one waa killed bat a number of persona wen severely injured. Juda-e Plrkett ol .New Haven Oliei, a Lesson In Court NKW HAVKN, Conn.. June ai -Iu the court of common pleas Sutur.lay morning Judge Deminu administered a rebuke to Judge IMckett, of the city court which has created a sensation among the local lawyers. Some time ngo Alfred Angus an 11-year-old boy, was arrested for taking a team without permission, and he was taken Judge Pickett, who ordered thin he be sent to the Reform school until he was '21 Kx-Jiidire Blydenburgh, the boy's conn- sel, asked for a stay of proceedings until he could get out a writ of habeas corpus but Judge Pickett ordered a policeman to take the boy to the school on the next train Attorney Blydenburgh, by some extraordinary hustling, got out papers in time to intercept the officer, and the case was assigned for a hearing Saturday Judge Pickett was in court nnri attempted to take a hand in the proceedings against the boy. Judge Deming discharged the lad, and said that Judge Pickett. should have known better than to come into court to take a hand in a case upon which he bail passed judgment in another court. Elected. BRADFORD, Pa., June Demo- crats held their caucuses Saturday night to elect delegates to the county ron- vention, to be held ou Tnesday next at Eldred These delegates were elected: First ward, First precinct, Herman Frank, Frank J. Collins; First ward, .-Vcond pre- cinct, J. K. Wilson, D. C. Greenwald; Second ward, James Stearns, W. H. Hall; Fonrth ward, Hon. M. R Sweeny, H. O.' Bobbins: Fifth ward, J. C. C. Horrigan H. A. Beatty. The delegates go in nnin- structed, but it U understood that the ma- jority favor Pattison. Equal to any in the city, and it prices that will pay you to see him purchasing. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: -Second to lone." Wo wish -to ha ,ecoml to lone in your service. Try us antl ee. We wish to imprega upon our ut of town friends, in riew of the cliangcB in the Uriff ud he prohalile increase in the cost of nearly all of drj thai the month of June will montli for them to were never lowei tlmn they present in our store. II' tlif proposed tariff bill priueH must go We arc offering splendid bar- gains in sateens and ginghams and Muniraer wash fabrics of .11 kinda. The halaii.-o of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We the following bargains iu uiiilcrwoar: Genllcmcn'a blue mixed ihlrU aod drawers in medium at SOc Mr suit. Oeiulemen-B Balbriggan underwear. "w per Gentfcnien'8 blue angola sliiru and 'irawers si 25c. each, 40c. goodl. Jersey TceU u low at lOc each. Contract Labor Law Not Violated. WABHISOTON, June In- spectors A. J. Lester and G. F. Sticht at Chicago, have reported to Secretary Win- dom that there Is no foundation for the complaint recently made by the Carpen- ters' council of Chicago that the alien con- trast labor law had been Tiolated by the importation ol John Jeffrey, a carpenter from Scotland, by the contractor, who are building Fort Sheridan. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewed.JWe carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe iu Button and Congress, in liroad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and he convinced. balbriggan veala with lace trimming, only 15c., wortu 25c. Good grade Jersey vest, al Vic. 'each White and black lisle thread jerMT vesta at each Silk vesta, all colors, 75c. each. Linen prices will be considerably ad- vanccdif the tariff is changed. Oar prices are much below 'even current prices, and we are selling floe clolbi, napkins. O'Oylcys, towels, etc.. at rare bargains New styles id parasols. New styles in gloves. New styles in hrwiery. Headquarters in Buffalo forfCarpeta, Kugs, Draping and upholstering Adai leldm ai MEHICAN BLOCK. MAIM HTHKET. BUFFALO. M. V. Alton, SULLIVAN Street C A PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAW ST, HDTTALO, M. f. Diamonds, OEALBB IH Watches and Jewelry, Clocka, Silverware, Leather Ooorts. etc KA ritto, HOLD 4 SIL PL A TIM A COHTLRX mil op S 364 MAIN STREET. BUFFALO, N. Y. BREAK? i IME RICHT ONES CALLED A R L T O P AND ARE GEO. A. MACBETH t PITTSBURGH, PA, I Go toMonroe's for Curtains and Fixtures EWSPAPERl MEWSPAPEJRl
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