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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XXI REPRESENTATIVE dSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. CENTRAL STRIKE AS VIEWED ENGLISH JOURNALISTS. 4 SETT BCIJDIS MACHINE for nilinit ill tiatls nt blanks ia the latest audition Ui tii- Urcbaatral Department ot A IJSXAXDEK-s fjoul anu Yard, raft fl Central Avenue, oupoiiiu! Nickel Plate i depot All mutes ot Hard and Soft Wood! Lumber. Shinsrlea anil Lath. Free teliv Carrupandenne for whnleiuile Iota wlieitniL V-xvtpnp, ACUtUila of the latiun to Kjjgtut mie Drinking Convenl British an In Bfl- and Ecnno- PriiMoned by a DUNKIRK N. FRIDAY Ma.. th. Laying El.CT.lon. BUI. held a can session brought before the Ject discussed was thi aside rhe feder; the B resent caucus, bnt the TOO- POWDERLYTAKESAH.LV.D SAYS ARBITRATION DEMANDED. WILL 8E need K. GEFFOKD, BS sad 22S Central Avc. i ArUBBc Photographer Instantaneous- i Hi a specialty. SHum wait for annRhini! except i iabu BOOK pnctor. So. HI B. Second an talo street. Dunkirk, X. r. M promptjv aitfindeil 10. All work BPBCHEK-S CBOCKEBT HOCSKJ Central Wholesale and retail .jealer in teporunt anil >omestlc liluusware, Hales, per tiay. LJVHTT ir in Victor Kider, 3K5 and 337 L.un street. alike comment upon troubles in tha Uaitad Ereu a that ExecntiTe Board to Labors In i Fr.lght Blockade at Alb of FIremezf at i> Still On. DETnniT. Auif. 15.-The jn v York... a u it H. tt. 10 .1 'I 2- 5 11 0 0 0 t) 0 2 Ona Man Uterally Blown to Atoms by a Boiler Explosion. NEw-umtT, S. C.. Aug. men- one wuite and three killed by a boiler explosion at a county saw mill twelve miles west of here. Pic-kens P Mnmiews. son of the owner of the mill atoms: Charles Pavis. Thomas (Jilson and William C'ham- bers had their blown off. Stilton bb and Walter Davis were fearfully everything ije said to a Timed Press re- Emperor William Leaven Kiel, KrEL. Aug. 15.-The imperial yncht Hoheiizpl'.ern. with the Emperor WilHam colored boy named Tonne was the on board, sailed from here last, ni-jht for j "ne ou tlle to escape uninjured. Narva. Russia. On arriving there the em- j clle mai-hisiery was stoppetl when r> 9CHOLXKS, .T 17 East Third street, rfattiuouahle Tatlor. Gentlemen will and it to tneir advantage to calron me before nurcaamnir alsewhere. __, j bt-iug entertained at. a banquet' and the men were B. CAKT Laon acreet. i Hard ware, Wnite Leaii.Olls Pamter'a Supniies. Oil Cloths, Granita Ware. A special- 17 'it jherwin Williagui Paintand ilonroe range. RntJXG, such aa blank-books, ledgers, and ;iil kinilsiK blankadooeat and witnessing rhe military inaniBuvrea will proceed to St. Petersburg. ThB CardllT Railrond Strike Ended. CARDIFF. Alia. railway direc- tors and .k-'.HL'atJ-s represenriaij the i litrikinc emoioyes iiel .-tuother conference yesterday anu succeeded in an i to both sides. "The men will return to -.vork at once. i Mwm-k n-pairinijit. The explosion waa hood of Ixicomoti heas-d for around. porter that he thoaaiit There was no dan- ger and that the themselves would aid m preservii; order. MEETING OF FIREMEN. Say th. Strlk. is Still On and tha Strikers Are an Firm as Ever. TTICA. S. Y.. Aug. 15.-The Broriier- F! -emeu, joint com- mittee of this system. -id meeting here yesterday mornina, and" even- Ing. The members SHV rhe strike is not ended and that the stokers are as firm were last Friday night. They have power to order a strike, but say whether anv has been or- dered or will be. They complain that their side of the OHS not been ziven to the public, and ms of rh.-ir enartera. The fact that the that they have power to order out manv tnttn as the financial condition j on other systems if they see nt to 'use it. Thns far their efforts have been di- rected to confiniiiif tlie strike to riiis sys- It is probable other meetings wiil'be to-day, aa the delegates hare not left To Prevent Militia Drill. BTTF.NO? ATHKS. Aug. govern- ment. i> determined to prevent, the militia as the in Conluva even if compelled to force my they hs The Of the aovirnor of that I s prfivsnve. The government has also de- ternihiwi io force nie liquidation of pro- vuicial 'lationtil wliich violate th UJWIl. RISI.SY A CO. and 9 Koat Front street. Whisky, Wmea, Bnindi ja. Liquor Score for Family ROBERT Lion street, near the depot Hoar-ling, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable. 9tiouuS by tae ilay or week on reaaonabie Horrible of Morrla Medina, N. T. NOKT J. (ilFPOBD. J01 Central Ave. ijtenturaj Insuranoe and Seal E anil Live- a H7u threshing machine on Clark, one sooth 7 o'clock n shapeless niiiSB. i the cylinder of a i he farm of Russell Harrtware Stora. ROAXDKE, Tii.. rouzh-look- ing white man walked into Nelson Myers: hardware store and asked for a re- volver. ASS-ciilihre Smith Wesson was his The Blockade Broken. ALBAXT. Ana. Central railroad aas broken the blockade ami last evening .our freight trains were moved west and three soiah. Each was protected by about opposition loadetl it. Steppiug back from the counter i Wtts marie and the i tne straaser placed the weapon to hia of Lakeside, about; h ad and the bullet entering the niatit. irround j b-ainaml cau.Hint: inatantdeath. A letter Tje re-; i the man's pocket wrus addressed to "W rj'ttE lexh.uitlon FKKE. ir.malpurp.tees.. -O C. JONES. 75 E. Third at., nor. .lepr Exccisior Meat Market. Meats. Lard, Sauaases, Oysiera tiir: tiaarc man. The -Mxiy was taken from the machine and conveyed to the man's home near' K-nyouville. Corouer ilnnson of iledina The man was i he influence of liquor. W ATCHKS. Bny the Aarpra ikulroad Watcn. a spuciaJtv. Frank j dtapi. E. Tfiird at Vineg-ir Works hy FirB. iliL-n-ACKEE. The Paul ner Viiiecrar and P-i-klc '.vnrfe. corc.-r East Water and Huron streets, was totally destroyed flre last nitihr. Loss. J.V1 1 faily ins'.irwl; The stock of --i-'arrini it Co.. trunk manafacrnrer? in i i uie building. hv wan-r to the extent, of COVPTPV! ijy insurance. Party Railroad Ticket Bate. PtTTSBOSG. 15. The Peunsvl- vauin company makes the following an- noiincpmi-nt tn the public: Beginning trains moved without oppos- ion. The the Delaware and 3n. ion roaii went haok to work last night without any conces- sions being made by the road. The.-trike so far as the roads are concerned, to be over, although the seems men are its strong in mimiwre and as confident iut ever. There was a fracas at Aliianv evening between Pitikenxm men in wh; h the were as shed, but two iu the I aud strikers worsted. Xo blood DISCORDANT DEMOCRATS. A Split in the South Carolina Bemooracy Primary Elertiuns. Cou-MiiiA. S. C.. Aug. i5.-The Dem.o crauc state, cimivminn rcm.-iine sion an nighl, It ,yns ses- Mr.nxfi na proceedimrs. reached ar. yesreniay the I.llm.-mit !.fr mirill The .-risj.s was majoriry ndnnted a new parry constitution, which in" effect, re- the proposition for turns of to the September nominating convention. The faction tion consisting of of the conven- Charleston. Colum- bia. and from the .---niter iitty-fva -legaresin all.with t.he conv'jnr.ion, proceeded to another nail, organized, and appointeita M draft a .-Midressto the peo- pie ot tuo state. The nilmiin convention me.'innme elected a n -w Democratic state eiecurive committee and adjourned sine die ar, p. m. The party will refuse to rec- ognize the -new executive rommirree and ict, altogether iu.iependent.lv of the TiL- mauite body. They -.viil elect del elites to a nominatinit convention tn be held Sept 10 nud place a straight-out ticket in" the Sei.i. Tims the expected split in the -outu Carolina. Democracy is au accom- plished fact. the CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. The Senate Still With Tin-Plate Purutjraph. Aug. 15.-The house yes- rerday spent r.hc day discus-ing tiie McKay relief bill, bur on a. vote on a mo- tion to recommit no .onim could had" and rhe house at In the senara the hnse bill to ratify a boundary line agreement tetweeu Xew York and PennHvivania, and rhn ioinr raiohition to relieve Oklah seu ate ir.a siif- rerei-s. were The hill wag pai-acraph dis- r-n'iment ro reduce W road. Chief nt Police S BUFFALO, Aug. 15.- A Merchant Taiior, General Aveinc SK-nnwhip Arrival, Testerdav Tuns. 15. -A l Express from dispatch to The lamest Y.. says. REWARD! Shy-aland Aller from I If ay or Price last uiirhr linnllv suspended and AJbany railroad for the first with Superintendent Voorhees of the Xew York Central railroad to ask that the strikers be re-employed by the company. Ihe Central officials announced last uight nt they are able to offer freisht to the taken tip ;IT.C! cussed. Mr. V rlie raw to 1 cent a pound was 3i to Davis and Plumb vor.injr in the affirinarive. Mr. Phunb offerai an nmendmenr rue rate TO l cent i and to pay n boiinr-- a pound o j in Stares. Tliis j ameiHinieiit -.vbeu the adjourned. Bat R and Bald-.vtn. At Broo :vn 3 0 Turk Sfa At Onranla -Oneor.la. H. a. x. I T t 00 O-I Ford f, Utica 1IJ :i: Johnatown. i BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, Buffalo. v v5 C w-  Third ili-t-riot convention in Hawkins- vilie. time daring thestrike. Bopalr Shop May Work. NTEW TOSK, Aug. Assembly N_o. 334 yesterday resolved to permit the New York Central'repair shop men to re- sume work. Goblet. Worki Burned. BELLA u.. A 115. 15. The entire piiiiir, tools and stock of the -.vorka were destroyed by tire ves- at Chicago. irst race yesterday, Clio Martin sec- time, Tom first. third: time, Oro arat. Bank- jird; time, ie: Daniel first, ird: time, T. Lake first, Lizzie -second. Am'-iia third: time, l.-WJj race.. mile: Grey Fellow 'firec' ieid second, Redloe third: time, CHICAGO, A. mile: F'y Leaf nd. Henry Brown r Second mj; tun A. Third race. 1 1-iii t ipt second. Ethel Fourth race. 1 r. Viitrel second. Fakir Fifth rai-e, 1 mile: ROM The Ho X. V -Va- r> The workmen in have str; fur C PTT.ASKI CITY. V.L. Ans. 15.-The Dem- convention for the Xinth con- district renominated John A. Buchanaa for congress by acclamation. y ul race. aid second; time, Carew third; Prince nrat, but twill., make. You Our _ GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, ia the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street i 40 Inch 36-inch fine twill Henriett 40-inch heavy twill wool cents. 40-inch line all wool Henrietta, 50c.. 4fi.inch heavy weight earlier Henri- imperial serge, pure dye, TJJcu, jacquard stripe, only 50c. Write to us .'or anything in dry carpets or books. The amaUcjt order receives our attention. Does your Cake Dry up Quickly? If so, ycnr baHng aowder U adnlter. atcd with ammonia or almn, ingredients which are Injurioui to health and are u hy nnficrnptjloQB nuumfftctiirerB simply to lessen the cott of the powder and mcrease their profits. Hovaekeepers who use Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder know Out rood raised -with this pun oreun of tartar powder keeps moist and sweet, and U palatable and wholesome. Cleveland's Superior" hag the peculiar property, poewmd by no other baking powder, of producing light, wholesome biscuit, cake, etc., hat retain their natural moisture ind sweetness. This desirable qoalUy, in s taking powder shown by the Official leporta. to be the strongest ol all pure cream of tartar powders, mmkijs Cleve- tad'g Superior Absolutely tie Best." AXKRICAS BLOCK, 396-402 MAIN BUFFALO. ST. Y. C.C. PENFOLO' Manufacturer sod Importer. 364 XAIS BPPTAtO, V. T. or Diamonds, and Jewelry, aaeoA visa, aoLa 4 30. rxx njtTar A COJtPLKTB LUfE STREET, BXTFPALO. X. Y. PATENTS CavcatD, am Tradn Marks qbtatni-d. and tJ Patent buMhemcondDRCni tor M.jrfcnWi Our ufflccin opposite C S. Patent offlre, can patent liusmeu at u. at Less cott Uiao thow remote tram vr Ion. Send UMHlfil. it photo, with crionon. We a.lviM If pateacaljle ar not, of tee not due 
                            

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