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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 10, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES1 WVKTRK v. Y., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 'm DUNK.IRK.. MACHIVE 1 r all kin Is ol blanks the 'atcst aid be Mechanical Departiixnt >t oinanr WHAT THE JOURNAL OF THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR SAYS. StrlU to TRAIN WREOEP REED SM3 in How B> Vu learned yw- FROM FOREIGN SHORES. Track-d. ALBAST, Sept 10 -It wa terday tost Reea who hw, th. Attempt -rn, p.ace it, TunrvTlieteTeu to TV-ck Central m cnstodv Chief Humpnrie. Of the Mn.t Clear ThemMli-e, of All Sn.picjon road had one of his n en watch NO. 26. THE RAUM INVESTIGATION, of Crime. Cnstom, Ordered to b, in ng lo Snuiiuimpton to Quell Tttt.ir, a for some before the wreck j inff llie German >Inhl- slllPfi HTlH ._   B. OHTORD, 22J and J25 Central Ave I -p I and eve'since and Reed wax" p. Photograpner Ins antaneou. I T nnA. s.pt 10-This week's ibis man w HnrI v by >er, ol TsaYSes'a s-w alt- Jonrna of the Ku eh under! Hudson whe-e ae oonld have x nr.t for Konsmne eicej. Icr .he c.-, m a A 1 f IJeiik" will hl5 on Reed at any moment vette i pt '1H1' train JTheE was b. ween Detect i ve BOOK J2, IK, is p, ]u Pl] ldl 3'nj bnps and PmVenoa that Heed was prietor >o 16 E. second T-ctt -enr Bui "u J 1.4, fli-d tbe rub ic n a 1 with ante! he t j fKln otwwrt x. >j f ____ v l 'l v WHS telegraphed to 16 E. secon Duniirk, N T M-J.J J PamphJeta, etc. bound in a! r attended to. AM .vurk g ira norrjr N h ng more hat beea 'eu in criminal anna's Ihe a'most w'th 'he result krT Jt nigbt A jac l uc i airew .M Jen vrn I 7" A, ,Hy lhat the penaaTwh ch I s i oin n mher ,ixt-e0 ,L 1 hai t ih re is f or niing tbe occcpied uv v iljidm I -cftoe ,nm. to j we 1 deta ned tlere nrtl tne n o oloc' rl Mr Webb Jjt a 'oc i tr ,n fo- Trrv mormni us hope be has but M- m -bb r he wa, taken rr the T-ov Sflhf recutlj far il Humph T C T. it .__________L HOTEl, V f.er da) iJTerr an 1 dinz atal e t i be n e1 j -i Pa ii i a "I il t c nr- tr annoi clue J H4KBBK SHOP ijiao e ft Dci-r Ijike snore Nut Lail. cr and Third u. Alt t 'ore jfr and c igars. S3o center sree borae-shoerB. P-jrtici. .ir "to interfering borwA ih -ir trottiug bonea a specialty ne trace of rarpoiiator-be I a in E tar r PI jj l n idnuht nntil a''" r 'i EVE3SXNG EK Largest 0ailv 11 the on in i DDHKIRK ENGINBEIltNG tunrerh A PJJ t c aiaaulaeturers ol i.nrm-a ij k- Pu ahaftlng ev l_tt-ris 1 r i. go, and Work to or rr JJ r i jfesaional procurer of assassin u- i j H-rt Pmner on and ms em I 1 ap, o' n, Mr 11 J n -t e to a-teen tba the i 1 some one hi h i- o' He Xmui i cf Labor 'J i L. i je-d Kn 01 1 i or in ignore the s u-u of 0wBWni facto' the removal n, fro-n i on depot ruflit sf-.r Tnrdial had setnred seem- tn 5uOxv Pmkerton P' i-V.-f if rs- beretofnre beei If a u n IP wl rr- st Te 11 st 1 a, el 1 "r i tLe nioit eicra ie li 'e T i_ or in ths u was d. JT" 1 TT fl- Q f i ii 1 1 dd 'a u kng 3 i J ji je c i u u e rf lae Cm-ch of ctii 1 c as V IPI r ne r, I I- r J., n er h ac- i tist-onn; In ".pet torm. ii-nrn. i t r 0 Mlere. up ct n r -im u will ENGLAND WDURNS THE DEATH OF oncoln of th. I ze Com -loter Lincoln of the pen-ion office the first vntiiws >e'ore the in Dg comni Itpt resttrd ,v He vrai yr rr, ,ru rohVMiiui) OF IN THE BALL FIELD AND ON THE TURF reqi e-t b> i en J ng Leui rl HJ! l, ,td rd tnat the cnrnn iss o i 1 i 1 f hi- opini >n m tbe n tter He had r7 ported aaramst tbe si stem Mr I nuln at the rpqt e- of Mr Cooper rend a leiier from a di f 11. rtich it nei Ian ere il I lev ed ou r deu -nival' celed to n ------------SiHKT L .1 an i Center street, Maiiu'u Drere Shirts. Cm sale in al cu i ni. ,uri cjotp au 1 (irv n ui -h. DF and Li n t-tr-e., ii- F our f-e al! e' I> .tie I J >s eien r. i i o'ai a h bas 1 fs-n ,bi nd' la fij But v-hile need e for ivuat the P ,1Lj 'Us ruaj sar it o'1 e i u ,t im trance us tne p ic i ,e eief r-onjec are an 1 no go-ya end o ir to the i t a r tK-s-r unj a cer am SHOOTING AFFRAY ,N COURT thts rf r lsJn'otrpls known but adhere have been n umsua] of in ilie tension p lat uu ei tier- i i tsi i t cernn i cou the tt i i i ei i ie i hil i i -ri i s tbe force- s f i ives ]L.IIH jU Ihele Krsiau 1 unit had te-nf ,1 ,d thito n ,1 !t- ,It f ccr flr i as ni i nic haa rei f n i t r it, ID- lit tl "ill plated s r i c i s 1 d no beeine .c-u Je t r t LrS5 Mr Mr I M I til to >Jr i -tij u i u IPO ,he c 1-1 mit" j pf j U3 >J he, r di s t n-1 Mr Iircclu.uew. vrt (Ld] j on tbe H, el He I at ,f tie u o em, oves of t ei IVreu ini-ins iHkei up m i ijj i "stsfcr Recoid of he Game.. Plaved in the Tinee rslc Wiu, the 34 Trott nc at iiis ta Mud at at iportlni, Ceaffae. At BOM a K- H K. SfVT-inrl Ra u 0 1 0-4 5 E.nl! bumeandKelh ODavand Pr L i i R Pr Mi P'i plac in Ohio 0 f putj ic E IKTK an l n i nr s v, Depc 1- a. v a ti a tra n s .1 mn t s Ira t. err, J a J .Mnrf A 111 nne tori ca let ctare be -t-kers tra ijer the officers o' !n tbe ;Ur 'm an! at pn rf rem-j and b-pnn ed i- J n 1 trer a_ un im J tbeir sunf i nize-s J i >iat tn'- p-n jci tea i eaninceol violence [t ud wne i vre r-on Hie i ueiwruld be rtv t t o t; t has niu l 1 n i aud amoMnp on the T. OULTO- I'a'to u is conjectured that lr Qg the tnal '1CB Wde" hire tne frmTiJ ase Hai aToler tcese ten oa-traace-, to "f 1-1 nm_ conditi n of feeling exi r ,nje do7fc" u IR >f Owing t affair, at "si no' lerrl d--n Tliere am c hi ratt s th- will -n nauifeMed --s in der an al trtwe-en Joseph no wa- one of men and the c n t workmen wno rmen wno -wek ro takf ,h r I a detachment of Dui tni t u uc- IB Jaw a 0] ot n now comPlete fo-- the illi 1 it.it of b nlc rjmmjii ca -I A1W hT T anj Plrl- and ine J e twl W be witbm ol i- j i ali 1 trtntieu lIAHKLl STKA.H HKATINO anoJEacturerb ui steam LJOXE sTEAJrt OUT Fine aiirts, loc Sc duffs, an! Lace Cu-lamo Frte 1 wy A V> 3Uj O EW STO1.K 10 E. Tmrd st. Books, iln-icai I d eTerytfaipg pertaimnkr u> a first re schoo iiooks a jp Jan J OB PILNTtNG of everv dt- esv ing rates b LJuukirk c >n S and 10 L -iecon 1: i r n o e a 1 m.s c of i K essness j ii i crime as Dnuc-i_ I- j. rrtrrators n- I- nor i in, ia rr.'au za a uo riff i r ,1 Uji crim i i en  jri-rs wi b on _ wiu 1 writ to tbe d-n ne r f i T" r s ivhc b ht r- r ue-o' tl fft ndj DC a tjruev r ct r Ttic orocrs ue si 1 _ I-DJ-I to anv frrs nal d t ,K ct n an iriirv- a -1 sb aj- 'l re- IM] ,n jj ln rfrj j iau f !t be IB it wa- knoxv i HI d published He e led inv favcnn m w' had ben 1 r n to mv utitjia- nev uiue-these or r-iifisrrers Ju re H to a q ,s ,1V M -iwver stothe trM j j tiei rd-rsasc if r- tin 11 i ones be ,ad that rlevi i t twl uos ncs. aud relieve tr fh e a Lie 01 c ni Ian r h a 1 r Mil] 41.1 1, PI is ,7 Clf i Bat i sic u Crt nja i CM But J Pi Ii -i anr 1> h At H u Ed let it, H i o t) n o o o o- o i f n o n r o i i 0 o imiai, and r ook Mnnere and N ifime cold Had clou i> li. H K. i o n o o o 5 o Van' anil Qtunn M n In a Sinn ofh e woo 1 the r coup rr iud utter L-trl of am s k -r ivi ro at etui tne n Jur_, lU c 'pi p J< wa, ca 1 v Mi Co i-r H-ies ti I k ,_ Mr ,al net C nmis ir P nni s f, ,Ie le   the Dm The liil! in the erd PCKKCSS, J W, 309 Center street, Manulactorer and er n Ha-ress Collars, p- I. florae OoTere tjiovee Mitt- an-1 aieiffh O SCBOLTES. t 17 Thirti stre- I Fashionable Tauor Gentlemen will fir 1 u to their advantage to call on me before v eiaewhere.  tbe j r_ento do no ex n rk except when at tbe rue of 15 cea s pe, bonr i aiie cars naie re-uu cu RE WARD i WE will tbe above re warn lor anv ease I ol LrTerComplarnt, Oyopepsii o ck keaiiactie Den.wn.re 3 Indigestion, or wr Do'lFP Del Sept. If Pein> boar, I conve.tionP ye, erdav6 The; are ptirely Vegetable, and never ia_! ic Harrv A. ot Dover 201 Henry P Cannon of B-ulgenlle terleite, and Tne, genmne maSa coaSress- iaeuredonly byJOHS C WESf ft CO aoia ITT sPliaxmAcy, Dunkirk, y l :ALLED E AKt: TO A. MACBETH I CO., PITTSBURGH, Pi on IIP j and came to be v j _ 1 fr nuo idlers tiii i largelv increasf 1 ia ie in td fot lie err HI 3 Tuenrnrtrer sirhn r ad sto es a rccurrf-j ran thr u_ti tbe i i a_e emog he i arm li d. Tie toonieu fcutd to be .eel i H sten ou hi- _ro ins i t h ..nd u cved iat he ll A i e A. rou- M aa J ror uie due ID a fen m nt !es Lrard H 'te! le i ice  Iume Men Ha'' la Kndig -p i od'irmi flu j owuship i? c n wa- ,iviuji i -irl in D c e Hc the i u i c i i il w tv >_ i iv n a p ize of It U 1 k-] o s) c..ji f ,ran ii 1 fin e- il just b -un et decided would 1 s ipposen (io was laced in a tin I x in hinutllv ne f the -nvindlers c K n ioerer in 1 tie in- in- duce l the armer to put monev in tbe Tue Los under tfi e ,ea' of a f nd when the) started ivas ban to Kind with i ij i icr to t-eep until ihc man who hel tneJIO fKK) csme back to hie sha e wirdthe farmyr tme cious and opened tbe tjox and fr-urd nh un husked corn and a letter n.akmg fan of him Elevator Burned at W ITEITO-VTN N T sept Ihe old of tae Osr and (.bannlmn cciipanv a Ogdens burnel ve-Te la m irninj with xK. UXI on hei- o' corn a 1 1 oat, It was well insurtd T'ie I nn -d e'evitoi was bi nt in ISfaT of In k an 1 cuct in the neighuoihood of JID i 000 in Swe S-pt 10 T_nited States steamship Baltimore arrived at Gottenbcrg Sweden vesterdav morning. Heavv were encountered which greatlv retarded her passage she will did _i be imlitarv i h -evei i f b srld re w-re i i id a liemeuant n ise broke i i CT ti e scene and i on rb no e-s r s pi ce f ha- LPS- in a stoues and :ured two q i re li In bad tbe bn _c The rnrfv r res 1 rl e 11 I rl t -it tic! -d 1 da i 1 i 1 Ine roi 71 i ier i f be mi'it a rdered a chnr_p 111 h 1 Id-diets, Manv of the were w nn led v u e oav i ers and a mimbei t f art Tiv the -re iver hadl rit-r n flung he crowd) f et en, II e town is g lv s teo and fnrtner trouble eipec e 1 Nominated for Governor i _-rje Democranc j i bni ic i ou er alcp el fvpr-ssr-c1 os itv n t i r M 11 U A ii-s r V In v ie nt HI i 1 ie la ,-r tvo H bailor r s i VL tanff ni tne liitmaj.'Vt ,rn D it n! i. M i f >r mite S-s na for i im-, Vi i un inn o i inaeltv 3 liei K- H E 1 n 6 1 1- 3 m ur HHII ana SPECIAL ANNQUNCEMIiNl Mimchaw'g Celebrated Hair H ill pure bsldieMjallingol tbeiiair.daiidniir Lee i 8 Uu luur Its onyinij color >ib acid or 3T( viceiitf abotl'e Buy Hand trv it slacuoc gno ran iced, or money W A. MUNCH AM, Sole Manufacturer, Jiatt Third street SIP1'" to Patent AaoraevB.SIS TU, u c.opp C 6 Patent NEW a r- at Tl en ink p 1 Ti a I u -i i n l l l I 2 ti 2 i 1 4 4 (i 4 fc 4 I >i J ll.l 1 1 _ I t 4 t 4 repstcred. All J'aten t bninfl conduclcd Jor moderate InformanT I Advice and special references sent on request.' mouttilj- suitable ith opponun to represent locally a re pom i tie New i ort. houw Belerencls Lock.itox ia-5. i UOCB made bv live Agent tclliiit. Our Herbs.' aitfi innintn (I Ml Everv boi guir- r iiirtber particularb address '2 Main Street, N. AA .V'U _ 04 liuiite to the nJll" AIM ,H Plltol" ln uJii thai hi the ImiJding ft r ri bi 1! H Mollctl jJaTt fuixl irtct and has Utu. 1 i, up ]n flrtt -ler ,ht htlp J I Mut' U Ilg 1, 1 i 11 t e-ssl in If t e 11 mi _ H r HI r )_j 1 -4 i fe lr I ted i i l il 1HIV _ Jin is liner nrmne O A W jou Lave a sewing machine or awn mower or anj other machiD" to or cutlery to gnnd or a saw to -runim jou will do well to call on me Bicycles and tricycles repairing a spec- a'T J BEJVNHABQ, Machinist Zebra street near depot vlr _-etd Mr LcTis niti r C s VI I led tr 1 hil _ prnire. l i m m t n ev ai d to o-i d- i up tu u 0 a hn in dli 1 I at r r me tue hec i JL.I 1 rtee der oiiolcot n to the mat'-t" ir 1 n -i n, rl ei" ic i n ma rrta lea He rd r> h w ne nad tn i_ t k in t- r- ..---it r o n nanv the m n h hcwanl ben ue p irr i Mr (.coper a-ke l i ri i b- 1 a 1 net t 11 Mr Lewi ha re 1 ro b ive anvmc uev nit Pe n Mine Ml Lewis anv hiu of r ie knH He sai' he bad tola 1 i h- 1 1 n r WT 1 't vi. he repre en 1 i. te neld -jute in his 1 r r a -s "Mi siijj he nnlirvtood Mr i s ihai I e 1 i net have i c nt n tne c -iraiv bu _u ir represen ed others Mr ssnjvr- va- he and tbe a mini tee d 1 uiiri e i i KNIGHTS Oc r-0 jP IN SESSION of the d o' the State of New il ca. c v-sept ami of SeM 'i ork IvLiebt r' li ntr w t u ses ion at Gon.rrc.as nal re- erliv b n .nl ;lcsea doors and nrl L i an 1 e- un to-drr A.boat -WJ m j ers ig everv sec ion of he state w pres it" the iron, n-'it oSioers le--e are Grand D ctaror Gt i_e T Oo-vd f Port lerns Di tor C, P lL_or soli Past Crrand D c a o- lam aruick Grand Reporter J i tfuuij. jn G-nd Treasurer <_ M Havwooa and Grand CnapMiii 1 rav 1 He for the purpose of ng rhe laws of the -der iisrcniru to the reprrt? of th- i 11 rr it1 t. [-o- vdi_ rae-m- for t e 1 t-je i of he Ira A Tiotor) for the Jarmert FRiTTE-poiT f __ iuj mediately af er couven ij vesterlay mornmg the ci n r tutional con-seat on he t on f   cr ue s c nj s i n_rstikf, 1 tm 1 111- S C II 1 Ulllsl! Buffalo-B a large progressive c To live m lt and do m jt must keep pact with its spim of pro. gress. are at present making improve- mcntgjn tbe internh, of> oursttres the rcMiH of which win be ampler space for the display of chandise and will make fading with us more pleasant than ever, and quick- er for those who come direct to quicker' because we are introducing the best aud fastest known cash tern, and there is practically no delay after a pure base is made For those who shop with us by mail we also do the best in our power and orders are attended to wiih all possible '1 n tiv. i, i i O- tb J 1 M a first, me 1 uke is CI irk sec Tl I Hr u Cn f u L mile i i f r t LO n  _. liate for ForeiiTi lintors Old by a New Law wentmtoan election rf for the Vi n o Denser I l t purpose of effecting a permaueno orfrani comm te- T e ir A I me r'ssccn i nt Jneiv cr i! la u Ir-wf it its first zation Hon C M f Ti or Bourbon   i i t ievr cases where men to rep t-sent he irru i s 1 is tatc rf hid o sh it r ofolUibeir ballots (Tieat Britain tic i i etition to ie Ir i 1 Tncn weie debarred from tful it Pi tsburgin 4t the COD votiug uec se it e.r inabuHy to read or i Tl e d ].-__i writt a iodusLne- of townsh p l south -j-ji. .i i it wj. DLJUrUOU waselected president of the coniention o %i per ir i: on the second bnUtt Thi- is a decided w1 o are victorv for the farmer element. Selected the Tmal Site. nill Selected the Tmal tf id it Pi in proceed at ona no wneie tbe 10_The d f tbf. f rtfM1V 7 Wb "amee -dl vis t tbe iron a, LUC cneaibn autnonnes _.., _r .1 Discantinneti PnblJeation. A Sf-pt rnmg Be- which m ecnn ined i Mcmon tbcv had voted in the w u.v ucni 3 esieruay 1Mn" T1i" T 'h" cl r t.mm-h t afternoon selected tie dual of the lake _______________ I front and Jackson parkas places for n ti. i w us, _ .1 i KAln., m 1 locating the exposition. l c ANTOK, -r, McPbarian mcht CM 01 i e r7n fans of ,e wax u or-n ont o'a cnrred e rnse We have the largest assort- meut of Patent Leather Shoes plam tops, aewed Fine Early autumn styles in drew arc ready There will be no Oner i of drass fabrics in Western We "iork In we have aline of He a yard and 44-inch stuffs. Fisting of I'luminatcd mixtures, dylmas cloths imperial cords serges armure stripes, etc which are tbe best value at ih it we have ever offered A large varietj of qualities m aulumn serges cashmeres India twlllt, and Henneitas Novelties daily New tartan plaids direct from Scot- land -_ jou want a nice-fitting and shoe, try a pair of this make. You -will like them. Our _ GENTS1 Calf Shoe in Button and Congress in broad, 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 be convinced SULLIVAN SON, 21 3 Centre Street y our sirjck is lustrine >rj cenU to 40-inch heavy 0 c nts 10-inch fine all wool heavy -weight earner ttta, T5c to 8! 50 46-incb pure dye, 75c. to 35 jacquardstnpe onlySOc. Write to us for anything in dry carpets or books The older receives our best attention AKK'ilCAJt B1JOCK, 39G-4O2 MA iy SI BUFFALO. N T ;.C.PENFOU Manufacturer and Importer, 364 KAM ST, BrjTFAtO. V. I DEALKR 119 diamonds, Wat and Jewelry, lyeather Goods, ete __ Woolen Dealen -n-. i .LIWU TvtMjivo uea-ieri AfRifa. cum few w-tks ,-TO aud then1 Sept. 10-William Bloom I35 Js fined for The M, p ur Ke icral i r m ,re Co dealers in woolens assigned He di_d Vtndav and ve- 100 e on. TL 000, nominal a actonp bv so Ba w but no <--uujc-ti Ji tu_ 1 Vfa p-ebanlj per-nanenilv Fiusnua.1 embw is the cause. The matter ,-be.ng investigated." done Absolutely tiie Best. All thcj ingrediems nse.1 m mating us are or. ererj la el Tut p uitr of tbe irgredients and icr IDC ic nraci wiih which they re Trader Cleveland s sa- er irni htiecgth and lo any .her baking povrrkr Food raited with ttig p< waerdoes not up as-when made wuhbakiap pow- dtr tonlB amjr smraouia but keeps mois< anrl and is ra'a'a''le and wholesome KSQRA VIf, G, GOLD S1L FElt PJ.ATIM A COMPLETE LBTO MALK STKEI BUFFALO X Y PATFNTS Cavcau, and Trade Markf nbta Patent for Our office if, oppof nc C have no snij airencite fiL can pat-ent fu less f a __ i at Ix-66 Coft tiian remote from W 8b.rt; j Send model, or pboto, mth de f cnpnon. e advice if psu-rJahle or not, erences to c-her.ig m jonr Stete.coantr. or town, fceat Irec Address 81 and Fulton St, Ntw York i Office Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixture;   

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