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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               B HEPRESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. MACHINE lor ruling all of blanks is the latest audition tie Mwlianical Department of MIM8ER8 OF THE HARLEM DIVISION GIVE UP THEIR CHARTER. 5an ana Wood Yard, 7 Central Avenue, opposite N'.ckel Pin ipot. _ All (Trades Of Hard and Sort Coa Free le In r v, ainj ouji Wood! Lumber, Shingles and Lath. lor wfcolena K. G1FFOBD. 223 and 225 I Photographs ot Babies a specialty. Sabfc WBlt eic Sitter DOOR BIMUBBY-JAMKH IKVINO, I'ro I6 E. Second street, near tolostrcot Dunkirk. N. V. Madmen. Mr, HC, bound in all styles. Order Promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. BDRCHEK'S CROCKHRY IIOUISK, 308 Central Avenue. Wholesale and in [tojiorlc.l am 'omestic China. Glassware, HOTKI, Hates. per day and Boarding Stable in connection Victor Kiclcr, ___ SB and 337 J-lou street. UTY I1AU11EK SUOP ,V CJias. Nagle, I'rou. National lia.ik, tent coriHji fine stuck o u, tenter and Third streets. A und Domestic -'igars. ON, Center street, ractical hornu-Blioers. attention 1 Shoeing al roa.l _ J trotting horses a specialty. EVENING OU.SGKVUU. Largest Hilly m the County. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNKIKK ENGlNKKKIlL formerly Sol lew Manufacturers ol Kngines. Pullcyir tumfiiug llaiiKeia etc. Putternn, Korginga CftstiiiKs, and Machine Work to order t li They HavB Ap oatloo for Be KuiitliU und Plnkurtoij Men Cottrto Ti'Irt the NEW K, the lam. u.u... uLfl awftiuuK mm. President thlk city from Albany found several Alter reading them he gave out the following statement- Reports received indicated unconditional surrender oa the part of the K of L., Harlem division. A committee waited on Superintendent Worcester and informed him that the local assembly of the K. of U No. 176, at Dover had surrendered their charter. The men asked for positions and I told Mr. Worcester to take on four of the old conductors and twelve brakemen, the balance of the men Their cases will to report to this be hejd under advisement. Mr Webb also gave out a statement howmg that all trains, both ways, had tin nearly ou time during the day During the evening telegram was sent "uying that Assembly 1703 ad disbanded. It was signed by FT Mr. Lee couldn't be found to aW. f e of tie Knights of Labor. rjnkertan Men Be-Enforo.d. At East Syraoune there no change In- the S tnation The Piakerton men guard- ing the freight yard, have been re-en- on Uotutaty eveninsf having been sent West Albany. The firemen bZ, in open sympathy with theKnights of Labor along, and though they are still at work, many of them admit that they ex- pect to be ordered out. Of the twenty trains stalled in the yard on or be- 8evenhaTe EVERYTHING LOVELY, AccowlliiB to Vice Pre.l.lent Webb, .nd He Is Well Satlnlled. NKW YORK, Aug. 14. Theodore Voor- ces, the general superintendent of the New York Central railroad, received the ollowmg dispatch from Mr. Webb at Al- a'ly yesterday: Thu Delaware and Hudson In the vard ere went uut thto noon the D. and H e receiving our cam. I ImvfMeen Mr Young' has instruction to fight rFont and wHl do DUNKIRK GENERAL FOREIGN NEW: THE BRITISH CABINET ACCUSED OF COWARDICE. e Govern-! A loathing Denunciation o- th. by the Kxumlner. londoa Bookmen to Celebrate Their Victory in the Great Strike Last Year. A an Aurtloneer Mobbed. Evicted by a Sheriffs Posse. Aug. 14.-The Manchester one of, fluentia! Unionist journals in the king- dom, prints a scathing article in its edi- tonal columns on the black prospect be-1 fore the party, and roundly denounces tnose who .ire responsible for it lints review of the bllsiues, of tnry session the nape Teasey .f Vermont Elected Com- munder-ln-Chlof day officers were elected, the silions going to the East is claimed by so principle po- in pursuance, as ?lax- to give the e-roit ln Chicago in 1803 T 1891' is views on found to W the disbanding of this 1s- We have plenty 1 9 In good of Pinker- COMING o-day Will TO A CRISIS. Probably See the End, or a of the '77 Trouble. ALBANY, Aug. least In Albany, does not look as if ,t was ended Jue Central road which imher of was to hav AI M West Albany, has moved just one and fiat, consisted of only thirty-llvo cars It J-WUNKUtK SfUBT OO., an, 2US and S s'reet, ilantitucturers ol II Crumwe'l' and "Uunkirk" iicrlcct Hum Drosa alnrls. On sulo in all leadins lurniebiuj olottmig a-id dry gooda housen in Dunkirk. DV. TOOMKV, 481 mill 1.10 Lion street De.iltr in Klour. tcuil, -alt. Haled ilny, flint phiu etr. L-KIE HOTkL anil ummtr Saloon, Union iJcpot. Jiasj access to all trams and bus ne.is Jioiiacfl. Bent accommodations for Com morcial Travelers. _____ Joim J. Murphy, t'roji. tj unii'ira K Ttnril Btreel. fine Furniture. Cabinet Ware ami Up- Bolstering. Picture Frames muitc to order. MATTE8O.S A CO., W! Central Ave., of Fashion auU Gentlemen Outllttore, j I STEAM tfEATINO CO., anulacturera of Steam Heating Apparatus sanitary a 'LJOttK STK.V11 LAU.NIIKV. Our Fine Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Ciirtaina. Free A W. C'umramifs, 207 Center etreel II It. OEHM. K. Third at., cor. of Buffalo Manut.it.urer ana dealer in Fine Boots Shoes HENRY WK11.EIVS HEW STOKE, 103 B. Tlnril at. Hooks, Stationery, Musical In itruments.Mtigazini .erytlnrg per tore, bchoo. [looks a bpecialtv. pe: bchoo. Ti< JO II PK lowest living rates by ooks, Stationery, Musical In- les.Uaily and wcolcly Papers, irUnniug to a llrst ouaa book 1'KtNTlNG olevery dcserlntion and at Dunkirk rriuting Company, 8 and 10 E. Second St. JH. VAN BTIUKN SON, Firo Lilo, Accident and General Insurance Ueal- ers in Keal Kstnte and Loana. 1'ariicular attention fold to the c ire of properly collect- Ing renta Sc. Center at., 2nd uoor. Vf OSKOK'S PHARMACX, 300 Central Avenue a tor Wall Paper Olla, Ac. PEUiitNS, J. W., iOO Center street, Miinul acturer and dualer in Ilnruoss, Saddles, liridlua, Collara, Trunks.Whips, Buffalo iiobea, Horse Covere Glovoa Mi ttonsaiiil Sleigh I) SC _tTES, f n East Third street, Fashionable Tailor. Oentlomen will lincl it to their advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PB.' OAKY CO., xix Lion street. Geucial Hardware, White Lead.Oils.Painter'e Supplies, Oil Cloths, Granite Ware. A apdfial- ty ol Shcrwir, Williams Fa.ntaud Monroe range. R aiich aa blank-books, ledgers, and .ill kindaof blauksdooeat Dunkirk Printing Coinpnny, 8 and 10 E. Second St RCOOLPH MOLUENHArUER, Cor. Third and Buffalo Su.. Dealer m Uramtc, Marble, t lagging aad BuiMinu stone. OalJ on me i ofore buvme yoursi-fe-ivalk. RIStKY CO., 7 and 9 East Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. GoT.eral Liquor Store lor Family Use. ROBERT M'KAi', Lion street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. Stabling by the day or week on reasonable terms. J. OrFFORD, 301 Central Ave. (Up General I insurance and Kea.1 Estate igenu Kire, tile, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Promp' attention joven to buying MiU selling Real Estate? on exhibition FRKK. Fmvitt'iiiiuiirs for med- icinal purposes. Wlnskcv n specialty. Tl C. 75 K. Third at, cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh, SHU Smoked Meats, Lard, Sausages, Oyatcrs t ia on an WO f n, a day' euch coiibistinjf of fifty cars, are moved. The road suc- ceeded ,n the draw ot the frefght brulKO ast evening and one train 5" frora A, tralu hands from the Michigan 1 the blockade. shape anil quiut. ton men and wi We ure working Harriers yard now Will m-ll satisfied with the are in excellent Hplrlta and evorytl InK w.-ll. I ,n Ju worklnR order at and' tliellnu York. No satisfactorily. IN THE SPORTS. TAME AND UNINTERESTING RACES AT ROCHEJ5TER. AH the Varorltei Win ball Record In Brotherhood York Trotting Circuit Racon Tenny Matched to Beat th. Mil. Record .t lirlghtou Ilmich. 1ES'1N: U-The races and uninttrest- evonts and the c HOICE GOOpS.-Pull stocks of tLe finest and most celebrated Yarns, and Worsteds. P} P. Now York was reached Warner nse and was greeted will. second heat, and did not i out of the about of Hem8dorf iniit nj v iork had no candidate of. it: oon. I am people hapa and all w men working H. WALTER WEBB. MR' HEARD Re Fully Sustains the Course Managers of the lload. of the "TM'- Webb showed a tioris of the managers of" the "road Htiiu unfit otlicr course wonlrl broiiKlit the manaRement into contemot and the company to disaster. ed ami the li is desert pot, presents the nppparanct of Sunday. The importance 
                            

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