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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               THTTRSSOVV, JULY 24. li EP R TENTATIVE HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. RULING MA.CHINK for ruling all of blanks is the latest a-iilitlnv Mechanical Departmen t ol 4 L.KX.VNUKil'8 Ciml and Wood Tard.790 A Central Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate All grades ol lliird and Soft Coal Lumber. Shinftlcn and Lftth. Free ieliv Correspondence for wholesale low toll el Md. Q R. OIKFOUU, 22U mill ZZ5 Central Are D. Artistic Photographer Instantaneou Photogialitil) ol Itu'uiCB a specially. Slttcri need not wait (or sunshine except loi lahies. BOIIK IKVINU, fro iiruiiur. So. 18 E. Second street, near Rul taio Dunkirk, S. Y. Magazines, Mu Pamphlets, etc., liom.'l in all styles. Orden promptly altonded to. All work guaranteed. j >DKCIIKtC9 VRUUKKHV HOUSE, MB Central -Vvenue. WtaolCBult- and retail itealer in 1 am lomeativ China. Gllisswnre, lU.VIJTAUlJUA IIOTKU, Kales, it per day. T.irorT and Mounting ntalilc in KOimnnlion Victor Iti-lPr, 335and 887 l.lou strict. .i. SHOP i Cliub. Nttgle. I'rup., Under Lake Shore N'.ilii.iiul liitnk. cornoi Jentor and Third A line Block ot foreign and Uonuatu: -.igarn. i SON, Ly 33d ceuter street, PriKiliuaj uorac-aliocra. Particular nUeulioi f1 to interfering horses. Shoeing of roue a trotting horses a specialty. vUNKIitK KVKNINO OlltKUVKK. Largest Daily in the County. Au unequalled advertising medium. i .UNKIKK COMPANY i I Formerly Sellew of Kngines, Boilers, Putleyt- 4hafUug Handera, ete. Putterim, r'nrgiugs Castings, Machine Work to order. I Sillier CO.. JOii, 205 and IJ Center street, Manufacturers ol tin uncl "UiinKirk" uerlect-lltttnt Oresa Shirts. On sale in all lending clothing and dry goods uouse.s in Dunkirk. Dr. Tuotunr. anil Ittl Lion street. Dealer m Flour, i'eeil, Uiueil liny, Pane phatex, etc. Eutublinlniil. 1477. HOTEL and Saloon, Uuiob Depot, teiidy Access to all trains anil bnt.- meu houbes. licat accommodations for aercial Trnvcleia. John J. Murphy, Prop. lym.EiM A co., fj tfi iiud 9U K. Tkird street. I-'IIIL- r'liriutnre, Cabinet Ware find Up .lolatcniig. I'luturc frames made to order. Sjl MATTESilN CO., JtH Central Avc., of Kastuoi. und (jcnllemcn Oulllttcra STKAM tit CO., ol su-uiu He.'lliiiK Sanitary I'lumbuiK a Specialty. i OMK STEAM LAUNDKV. Our Fine Slurta, lUc; Cuffu, tc, uud Luce Curtuina. Free Oelu jry. A XV. Center streel j i u. OICUM. K. Third at., cur. of Buffalo ti.ti.iif vrturer anil deaierin Fine Boole j r'.NKY WEILKU'S NEW STORK, I IK h 11 Third st. Books. SUiUonery, Musical In uudtv eckly Papers id evcrytlnrg pertaining to a Ural cHsa booK jtore Schoo. ,s a specialty. I OH PltLNTlsacJevco ilesonptioniinil nl >l lowest Imug rutes by 1'rmting Company, B anil 10 E. Second St JU. YAK IHJIIEU SOU, rue Life Accident anil General Deat- 2re in Estate and Leung. 1'arliculai attention paid to lliec.ireol properly collect, i ug reutfi 219 Center sL, 2nd floor. ONKOE S PHARMACY, :iOO Central Avenue i for Wall Paper Pa.nt Oils, J. W.. 209 Center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness. dad.llcs, tir.dlca. Collars, Buffalo liobqs, ttorae Covers Gloves MittcnsandSlciich Kohja. i> SCHOLTES, 17 Kast Third street fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will Untlitu. their advantage to call on me before purchasing ulaewhcre. PS. CAKf CO., 333 Lion street. General Hardware. White Lead.Oils Pamter't Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A special tv of SherwikWilHams Monroe range. ULING, such as blank-hooka, ledgers, and tv all kinclsof blauka clone at Dunkirk I'nncing Company, S ami 10 G. Second bt. l U MOLBENHAUKIt, Cor. Third and Buffalo Su., Dealer in Granite, Marble, K logging am> Biulchnv Stoue. Oall un me buying your side-walk. RUO.EY CO., 7 9 Bast Front street. Whiaky, Wines, Brandies, Liquor Store for Family U0e. ROIIEKT M'KAY, Liou street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed anil Livery Stable. S'-ibhug by the day or week on reasonable terms. J. OHFOKD, 301 Central Ave. (Up General Insurance and Keal Estate .Veiil- t Vh win pity ibc above reward for any CMC u Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia. Sick Headache 1. digestion. Constipation or Coativeneu we cannot cure with West'6 Vegetable Liver Pilta, when the OirectiOnn lire strictly complied with. Ihe; are purely Vegetable, xnd never iail to Kive satisfaction. Sngar Coaled. Large containuigSUr'UU.Jftcenla. Beware ot coun- i.. lurieite. and mutations. The genuine mann lacnlredonlr bv JOHN C. WEjr ft CO. Sold MONROE'S Pharmacy, Unnlurk, N. T. GENERAL SPORTING- NEWS _________ "TTU the first race at Fully people were in attendance: Following is the summary: class, trott'ng; purse (unfin- Keekef r, J i .Mik.iKun........'.." .1 0 6 a 2 2 Diek........6 a 9 3 llonet-t fii-on-i- 8 4 4 5 Time Bill Krei- for-all pace purse Hill Pinnli-r .'i I 1 1 .Ir 1 :i 4 4 i Miuikcv Holla ...........2 5 5 2 Jewell ..........4 a 3 3 A rip le :i 4 2 5 I Time U LimiiXU SLV DlSl'LTE. THE NUSHKA WINS THE YACHT RACE AT DULUTH. HANLAN AND HOSMKK TAKE A SPIN. The Winnipeg Crew tlie Four- Oared Otlu-r Were Very Ki-stilts of the In the Three I'roiiiliienl, Lmigtien. Trottinic I-ittsbiirg nn.l Dntrolt. Other KvenU In tlie Sriortiiii; World. ;THE FACTS IN THE CASE LAID BE- FORE CONGRESS. A VKKT EXHAUSTIVE DOri'MK.VT. Din.i-rn, Wis., July 24.-Thp Nushka won first in the yacht rai c -.ester day morning, Manitou second. .Sweet- heart won the special prize. The, course M-K.S seven miles around two buoys. The Nushka's time was Ih lam. Afternoon were only two entries in the race, R. O. Neltleton and U. H. Wright, both of the Minnesota's. It was Xettletou's nice from the start. Both men on a a-l si i.ike and at, the turn N'ellleiou waileil (or opponent to catch up on him. The nice home was de- void of inlerest, Neltleton winning in Wright's time being .Haitian and Hosnier caused some stir in the i rou-d by Inking a shoit spin-tin front of the grand stand. Four-oared race: It was when tho word was given for tho juniors to row for the third time. The flvecrewsgul away to- gether uud 10 the turn it wns as pretty a race a.s one would care to see. The Miu- IICSOHLS I n mod first closely followed b> t he Diiluths. Half way clown the stretch the Diiliillts and Liirlines eiime togetberaiid stopped rowing. The Winnipeg's erosi-ed the line first, about a length ahead of the St. Pauls, who Imd about the saiim lead over the .Mmne.sota.s Time, and Hl-ll Moth tho and Dtiluth claim fniil. The ilixible: In the junior double the Minnesoias and I.iirlines failed to start and the Catling rowed over the course alone. The senior pair was a very tame affair. F. I) Standish anil F A. Lynch of the Detroit club wei-e clearly too much for their opponents. V. Siirgeant anil W Jorbe.s of the Ow.-ishioiioug club, and the latter rjuit befoie (he turn. DIAMOND AND TRACK. IMuyersi' AtBiiffBln- li.n.K RiitTnio........0 o i 4 n o i o ci id 7 New York. 0 0 (I (1 (1 (I 4 7 0 5 Kittcrie-. Kccfe uml Mack: Ctane unil Al u. n. K. f'livelaml 0170 II fl S lii BrooklMi. 0 2 (1 0 (I 1 I B B Bull, lies Bakely and WeyhiiiK anil Ai rlM.-ai-o K iinitfi .......t I n 0 1 (I (I 2 (I- 1 17 II HIM mi .....2 ii :i :i o 4 r, m liartson and Fan-ell: K'lruv niid Al I'uisliiirK Pllt-liiirK-l'hiitiileliihln Buine poslpoaed; rjun. At I'hiladeli.....i H. E. ii :i i r. i n n in' i 1 II U II II II (I r, f, 17 Hall, ne-, YK j aii'l c 'h-nieuts; and Wil-oii. AI Cleveluinl- It. K. Irveiand. II 0 n (I 0 0 f) 0 (1- 0 !1 2 iision (i n u d u n n 2 g u i Htilteriii fliirlield anil 7iinnu-r; NiehiiN Al hieiu'O i! u K inr.iKo ..5 u 4 I n o ti ri-l: r; 4 Veu York (i .'i I Ii ii ii I u I "iaHtiie-- IllilcliiiiMOl. and Kill Hhar- rntt, lilliki II an.l Cl.irk At C ill C'iin-iiinati-Iironklj [i IKistponid: nil mil ml-. A merit-tin Association. At N'IHI York n. n. E. looklyii II noon 5 02 2 l. I.nui-. .2 U n li 1 0 0 0 1 4 !t 4 liatterie---Daily uncl Rimi'-ev, Siivelt-. ind Wi-lls. At rhilmlrlplila n u. K. AtldiMie .1 o (i fi n i> n 2 i i ,s Louisviii. i d n n d d o i MeMnhdii nnd Hohinson, Ehret ;ind an. At Sir.u-nsp- n.n. 0 fl 0 0 'I 2 1 3-8 Hi 2 Col mill m-. 2 1 3 1 S 2 0 3 Kilti-iu- MorriMin and O'Kourke; (iast- tcht anil O'Cnnuor. Al ,-_. Rorlii-lir II I 000220 :i S ri 3 Toledo.....o n i o o l n (i 4 Butteries--C'nldmn UTid jMcKeough; Jlealy and ROKers. TrottillK Rnrps at Ilelrolt. DETROIT, Julv !M Veatorday was the second day of Ihe .summer meeling o[ tho Detroit Drivhm (lub rl'lie weather was fair and warm and the track fairly fast. The event of the day. th Merchants' and Manufacturers' guar.iiiti ed Male wns lin- linished. The four hr.iK trolled were Im'ly contested by the huge Held of horses. The attendance w 10.000. Summary: class, trotting: special purse, (unfinished from B..............................I 1 2 1 Ruck Morgan...................2 :l 1 2 M. 2 It 3 Wnvi land.......................4 S 4 4 J'lhn 4 5 B Time elnss. best two in three; piir-e i lilack iniond..........................2 2 3 Tune S.'OW. class, Merchants' ami Manufactur- :s' guaranteed stake, purse (un- Miu...........................S 211 Walter E........................ 7 1ST 'lay Boy......................... 1 H 4 4 illicit 3 3 5 3 UmonlWilkei.................. 0803 Vinci- Warwick................ 5 436 4 C 7 5 .-I .......................11 8 10 ...................9 H 10 8 "ani" ViVli.ii ................Ill 10 0 9 .'ociihontii" l'iinc-e 8 6 dis. pacing; purse K.........................i 211 Smmu..........................o j g g Finely.......................'.'.3 a 2 3 CHICAGO, July !M.--First race yesterday, mile: Lizzie Ciwjnne first, Ben March second, no third; time, Second race, Bonnie King first, Oro second, Chilhowie tliird; Third race, 1 mile: Benson first, Lizzie B. second, Wheeler T. third; time, Fourth race, Dad H. first, Tom Stevens second, Miss Howard third- time Fifth race, 1% miles: Evangeline first, Ralph B. second, Osceola third; time, Trotting at ]'lttsburg. PITTSBCJRG, July 34.-The second day's races at Homewood Driving park yester- day was marred by a continuous rain j ItttCCH Al (il 'I n Mil lii., .Inlv "A. Kirsl race yester- day mile: 1'arolina Hedlight Hi-euil lliird; lime, j Second rmje, mile: Wiswihic-kon colt first, .lay Qu Kl second, Minnie J. third: i time, j Third race, mile: Jennie McT-'arland flrit, Bliieklhorn second. Franco third; time, Koiirlh nice, 1 mile: Rancocas first, ftcimanii- si-eond, (icn Boulanger third; time Fin line "Onile: Equality first, Facial H Altirmiug iln'rd: time, r.iee, X mile: Top Sawyer first, Minlj li sci thi'id; time, DOYouRLAMPCHIMNEYSli J 'YOU GET THE. WRONG SORT; ARE CALLED Made only by-GEO. A, MACBETH CO., PITTSBURGH, PA'. On the St. Paul Track. ST. ,7nly nice yester- day, I mile; Cousin Jecnis first. Twilight second, Calalpii third; lime, Second race. mile: Monntjoy flrst, Anarchist second, Vale 'fll thiid, time, Thud race, 1 miles: Cashier flrst, Wai-peak second, Blantyre third; time, 1 :.Yi. Foiuth race, miles: Prince Fonso first, Joe lilackbnrn second, Yirge d'Or third; time, Kilili i K-C mile henta. First heat: Al FitrroH lira, itu'itl second, Lamont third; time, 1.14% Second heat: Al Farrow first, Kival no third; time, Snuol Trot llumilo. Bt July after next Buffalo will have its races. The dates of Ihe twenty-fill li annual meeting of the grand circuit atBnllalo Driving park are Aug. 5, 0, 7 and H. Over 100 entries have been made in eleven events on the program. On Tuesday night at Detroit the special event of the meeting was ar- ranged. On the third day of the meeting Siiuol, Bimner's great mare, will trot a mile with running mate to bent her record This contest linu no connection whatever with the that occa- sioned so much talk last week. It will be the drawing card of the meeting, however. Knees at lleach. Bmc.inoN Bruit. July race yesterday, 5 eu Yolk. .lnl> U Arrived, 'Wyoming Crn-n Ln Bosiox, hiti 'M.-Arrived, rnnartlnn from Vi ni-tiaii li-fjin i o >l YIHIK, July 21. Armed, Bnhemia from llnnilnii K. THE MARKETS. York Xi w Vo'-K. .Inly 24. Monev elnsi-rl nl 4 per i-.n! the iitrhi-st ci-nt. lowest i.itc,   7lh O faL, H imliiiifrlon, C ami U. S. Patent Of- line. Patents, Caveats and Itc Indies seraiml. Intile iHiirkm-ejpstcred. All I'uUnit IIIIHIIICSK conducted lor moileriito Veue. Information uml special refcrem-en bent on retjnee't. fcucd who c.-m furnish aliorac amtjjivu Mu ir whole imc lo Hit Spaicmomemoinay be piolH- ibly also. A few vacancies in towns mdcilick H. F. JOHNSON CO., 1000 .Mai Si., Richmond, Va. Agenls, WAN I n llouni-liiiin ami c-uli- liflieil Life Insurance wnj, liml ill-linn in Inin, In churire lit 11 hiilio-v.ii M i.....oimiiemfi.l. Ailiiicn FKA.NK IMAJvN, Ui-n'l '22 Hllil -2.H nuilu'K, N. V. have the largest nssort- meiit of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, band and machine sewed. We a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and tylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, n broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the noney that, has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them 'or yourself and. be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 21 8 Centra Street M. VANDEVELDE, 5 B. Third street. DUNKIRK, N Such as Time-books, Blank- iooks, Ledgers, We have "acilities for doing work in any style desired, and will 'urnieh diagrams and draw- ngs of any desired class of work. Satisfaction guaranteed DUNKIRK PRINTING CO. THE ROSES ARE BLOSSOMING. Ladies and gentlemen, you are nil invited to call and ex. tunine my stock and prices Orders taken now for next fall or spring delivering of all kinds of nursery stock, Dutch bulbs, etc. Th. F. Vandermeulen, Cor.Englc and 7th Sis., Dunkirk, N. Y AMKIirOAN IH.OCK. Buifalo, 2 Main Street, N. Y. SECOND TO NONE. Our motto is: "Second to Nono." We wish to bo second to none in your service. Try us and see. We wish to impress upon our out of town friends, in view of the proposed oiianges in tiic lima" aud the probable increase in the cost of nearly all kinds of dry goods, that the month of will be TIIK montli for them to 1'nces wore never lower than they aru at present in our stoic. Ji'ihe proposed tariff bill pric-eH muni go up. arc oflering splendid gaii.h in sateens and ginghams and .summer wash fabrics of hinds. The balance of our spring stock of cloaks are selling cheap. We quote following Ivirgaitm in underwear: Gentlemen's blue mixed shirts and drawers in medium weights, at 50c. per Hllit. Ocutleincn's Balbriggan uuclcrwear 50c. per suit. Oenileinen's blue nngola shiru and drawers at euch, goods. Ladies' Jersey vests as low as lOc each. Laiiicb" balbriggun vents with lace trimming, only 15n., worth 2uc. Good grade Jersey vests at each. White and black lisle thread Jersey vests al 75c. each. Silk vests, all each. Linen pricta will be considerably ad- vanced if the tariff Is changed. Our prices are much below even current prices, and we are selling floe cloths, napkins, D'Oyleys, towels, etc., at rare bargains New styles in parasols. New style- in gloves New btyles in hosiery. Headquarters in Buffalo for .CarpeU, Rugs, Draping and Adam Meldin and AMERICAN BLOCK, 396-402 MAIN HTREET, BUFFALO, N. C.C, PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN ST., HCPFAI.O, N. T. DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry, Leather etc KNUR A HOLD SJL VKK PL A TIN A COMPLETE MSB OF MAIN STKEKT, BUFFALO, N. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures f i "-1 NEWSPAPER! WSPAPERI   

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