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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - September 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX B REPBE8ENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES DUNKIRK V.Y.. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1890. REED IK PHILADELPHIA. 1 MOVEMENTS. !TSE WORLD OF SPORT N< OF DUHKIPK. KCUMO XACHEOE for ruling oil Unas at blznkl is the latest en He Mechanical Department of Donkirfc'Pnnnng Companv HIS ADDHE58 BEFORE THE REPUB- LICAN STATE B.   3-rrapc.i attended to Ail work i DimctsKii'it cmocrasiY D central -vveuue. anil ixtMl in L t 1 hiim. trliuawaitt, tend-mce MOTEI-, Bates, per (lay :md Boarding SUtbtf 111 cannectou V crfir Eli le- J35 and 337 Lion street. ItTY BA a 'sr Lake Shore enter an I Tlurtl i. inil Uoiaeanc K Tagie nui _ Bank i-a fine stock 90 -itrtUfL. Kin cuia "10 wtarfBrrag hordes. Shori VoOiny IMIWS a apetualcy 1 v ETKHINQ OB-iEKVKK. Larcm Daily m tbe County Aa aueqaaileii adrertming meUium. EsraCIKEKING Formerly Pnppl.. Boiler, Pui i Uanxens, etc. Fur0 aiui ilactuiie Wurjt Uj order The Speaker to B.n.wed Activity in tlu. Co.in, a Faeetloiu t. the Ho.tllltr to u the Bemark. en the Tariff BllL PH.HDELPHIA, Sepr icademy of Mils H thrown open yesterday morn- ing-h rtl n) ck for the ad of the delegates to the rhird omention of Bcpuolican of the state There was a full ar- The delegate! utilised the time nt n en nj? between th -ir arrival and the opening of the comention m the m ere-Ming features prmm-sed. In the morning there were Pn-sident Stuart  i anu t H E. o44 ti (l o 11 (Reason for their t c.xiiitH i n R B a. 1 l' l 'I l 1 II 0 1 ti 0 11  t R H. E. 12004- lo 16 1 11 1 and Ryan, MiUer an GERMAN CATHOLIC CONGRESS Importut Trill b. tunlTBrrncf! ftTBBr.EG Sept. foun'i annual German Cathohc founally opened Testordaj-bv huh at the whedraL Bishop .f Peile yille Dls wah.rlchrmi aw, h, n Rev Mr Mm his enen of I Buechler of )r, del! ere u m Gtrmau A. meetin_ ,f aasocia inn plat ear Ihe i m of the aquation the of for an-im! li fT .isoropnt in Piatnce th- unions i u u ceivegrea, u ,on he inotlu t th attention of he on press liibnient of p ,-j-hv- at- s an vet to come wo hundred p m_s of lne j. fa will n -is ffp i H i is tin --.t..h .nv 01 tlic GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS LONDON STOUTS THE DAYS OF SPARHING MATCHES ABE O'ER. the Th.jr Are Greatly Diinmj-wl Otmr In th. CaM. ht Mmj Tak, PUw, Fran. Laitv fnndon l.lory for America Amid diwur me-, of tin i him h ar md embu M all are liere 1 Le sw-1On' it o kKktbtr- of La ho ir Tnni mei and ,r mini t the the ifurnoun niwi F iilicr Boru man of Rea.im_ thefollowi, list of 11 il 1 1 t t il ,I> mwtmi. iel tie P ent offl tt r t n on on L n-- tnu i Riildle. rolnmbus r u ise 1 ai er Cfl. and Puz l-iiman and Me Malm l) U 0 1 n 17 30 k itad Munyan (Jreen and o 0 il 2 B. H. H. 0 0 0 2 5 ana O Connoi Junn J Murphv, Prop bHLEKS CO, md as t Cmrd screet- ?ine iforiuture. cabinet Ware ana Lp ajf Picmre Frames to order I, t nATTKSOM CO art Central Ave. ol Fcaoiuu and (rcnUemej) OuultUfrs. J AJLXLJ. 9TKAX HKATTNO anutactorera at Steam lieaung Apparatob Ploaibmg a Specialty treated to empty benches, the Democrats not been visible [Lfinyhterl I want vou to understand the occasion whu.adenuuu'eu this upris- ing Ihe Republican pa tv far as the House of is c me erned has Jione what we regard as .Teat ,eeds The oroei GRAND MASTER SWEENEY ELECTED Clow of the Annoal Con- rention at Bnflalo. BCTJALO Sept 24 -The annual conven Bon of the s Mutual ij i i of Vorth yester 1 ir Labt dele Trotting at Philadelphia. PHHDELPH'4 -ept Jt fall meet- ne of the Bt Ira u Drins tlub opened vestirdn af t moon. 1 here were two rice, m the profcTi n md both were eic t davs Seers and n ght nearlv all of the gaies left for their homes In the morning the follow nc officers class. _ haie proei i med them LJ O.KLE STKAJt Our ipeaalam Pine Shirca, lOc i ullam Luffs, h, and Lace Conainn. free Dellv ,.-y A W camminga, 3u? Center stroeL B. OEfLM. K. Tbird at, cor of Buffalo ami dealer in Fme Boou A 3aoeii IT Ltttaed a tan It bill which will nv the Anienuin market to peo le That bill has beeu the sul ect of ili-i nni i itiou on the part 01 the LVmo cnt> luiisv too bitter to be m r unon >r ording to them th b 11 and tiie principle it repre-sems ha- uried dfcsoli luninto firm hoi in the countrv It naa eoicred fa-ms n t ie U, e_-t mth sn 1 let tue Dcmoua IL while th t wa, iH-i.iui Lst-d sat in ch.ir s, ,r, tnd were conned. passed blil ,h B a bl 1 which they said wool i rmd the prmti of libtrrr It me.nt rum U nca o giand ni ter John Downey rn-and or ganizer and mstrnet r M W Kansas Litv e-it ,i ui, manner of Ilu Journal Jonu A. H n T board of he Jonrn il n thu'eeluatio n M n md tue new 2 1 1 J 3 4 4 3 1 1 1 4 E. WilMjn is Oorm A, Law, Chicago The onlv made were m the po sinonotnia d or-rant er nude i itant the appoint en rf I, r 1Un Hall a, editor and nan leer m the boa-n of direct ot tormer directors the u were nsi i jrk exempli L 1'a j.i Fit n, e Ini-rar t ime 0 i 4 b dli. in THROWN FROM HIS WAGON WKTI.KR'3 N1TW STORE, lit, E Third a. Books. Suauoncrv, Musical In tncl everjttupg pertaining to a first clam Uuuk Ujre Schooi BuoLi a. spccialw JOB PRl-tTIStl ol every ilescnpoun ii by Dunkirk PnnUDg Compau> 9 and 10 E. second st- j a. VAS BOKKN SOS, Fire Lite 4 Accident and Gemeral Lusuracja. on in Beal Kaule and Luane. aitealum paid to Hie CATC ol iiropeity collset- ns nna ic. 219 Uenter St., ind Hoot ONBOJTS FHAJUCACI, JOQ Avenue mes it and T t ther- as s leet as, ,umm. r But hen hom sar it came w sca ing a mgro sim he luul bren elected th Dem, of he uou-e arose as one ni i ar t ,1 Ynrk Liv lr Keeper Ba.il> h IUM n i, aide n md de- -ale of Horses. i ipjv horses trinn h 1 mi li W ,-ni.e fri _ T d tii se t were sod n le add, CK it (xrne-t-nd n rn nt, 1 e Warjke It b the ex n non of Fr 1 roujht j pnies, Mt 1 ire u i- tl tar of the e e n inn k i -in up TO jnoofi at wbieti secured the Hou_'h Bro  th o 5v ears il bv ij br tin-no Bea rice, ,ji Durham. errs selected the pnests it HIP, n In _v I heodore Bruener, -loml Minn. ir t vi e pre.sidmt.Xn.ho U- Irtx-nner Dubnq ie Li se ond vice president, George -ternlie lo ihMile nrst sreretarv 4nton Roes-'em -t L mis sec -md Charl I 1 t Unrj thud lecretarj Heiurieh Be koif roit Wavne Inrt The Si% Fat her Geoble leered tiie uu of at moon UD u ta-ejsi-ioii of pioposifona. Hwolutiona ivere adopted m support of e that of Piti shirs de- w icom, The nnd comp-in steps to see ire M n of tlif-sett ei.cou- a hveH t also demanding he- ter luamimol .ri.mi, fortms class of paiseugers ships flrst adopting the.se sujcges ion" have a monopoh of German p uronaje pi-oposmon tendered bv Fitl v Held man of I hi, ago tnar popular MUJH md the use of singing m L% >riu al txerci 01 be to a gre extent arousal ssion It cut short by the ruhni. ol the prvsi TJJ Jt tne t a matter for -he m inidu U cunr-hes to de cernime ami -he session adjoin ned. "FIGHTING BOB- MILLIARD Gar Actor Anilooji Meet Hl, sepr J4_rh, Hob Billiard and r McUermotr n_'h LS to kept nt-r-Hl parties would the mide must meet Iwfore Iliursd iv Donox in that he had Hiisl ed his Lan s of rhe i ,r and wjuldnm select the Around 01 att is rpfer-e second or in uv apautynliat It is a iiismceful affair ha.iipn ii m ddn a ht erv mm h tint I uts nil t UTtr nr it Bunnius Brennm mil li.it there wis not noivh room e on a ia.le bv a ,tanle b n and went into the djoinmir kit Hilliard and MeDermirr trippwl the MelJprnic rt begin to swe ir and t ilk w bv I 'otidtiiatls id If von Icntd SHU! the et nl 1 r Krtt 1 up m ,r ,table ilr u elea at th, decihiunof the mag t i tlie luatns s lon arp nrjnng the man Orm.imk club to aJiead AaV 'r 'n'' rhelr "I not w-11 i uied "m The foint, teBTe, London There a briilm ,t scene at the Eusron C' "tm (.orate -ban his wiojant spinis par i 1 an IM an, i nui f nan s and i WITH PATENT HANDLE and SO SPECIAL 8chai u Advice anu special references sent on rcqnesT. 00 c> dais treatment fc.r Lurv ,.n4 I ineral state Aleuts, uierfv order and u Burbce niblich ui mm ,a n N 1 vJ. pul ufar, tnat be IiaZ ul! illu, tl mm, a ii 59 East Taird Has received his Winter stock of Hf will make up Ch iMut's aiul Trousers iat -tj and examine stock prices before going O O eLsjewhere: trip ,he i ui frold nn K by Bic Tard at 4. Tne ncp he ond Chesopeak third nmi Puuuaa. j. w, Cenier street, jtanuiactnrer and itealer in kipa, BuJTaio liobea, Mittens and 3lagh tou-a. 1 Vow when the column torrni is n ania to be because of 17 Kul-Tnird atnct, blB Tailor dpntlumen will And it u> uieir ui call on me before purcaoamp aurevtaen. 1> U. CAKT A CO., X SS3 laon street. ueneral Harrtwam, VFhite I es, uil CloUla, Granite Wire. A special unme rangn. KCUXG, >acli M blank-lKrok3, ledgers inn all of blanka clone at d and 10 B. Second SL KODOLfU MOLDOHADJDi. Cor. Third aad Buffalo bL, IJeater in fanuuie. Marble, tigging .uiu Hmlilang Call on me efore uaymL p thoiicjn mat Vis w Th GROVER CLEVELANDS HEALTH nt Denies the Knpnrt thlrrv FeilT winr ihouhewhich to tran act, biwniss" It lies in yonr power alone, inis. s no Ioniser a nation that can stand he. nfty-eight hours loug It Want3 If vou Iwhevethat every man who u, en titled to participHte in this goi crnftenti shall asr his vote and have it counted it is mr sv ,hat such a bouw is sustain and lack up the I resent hou-e of reprc entatiies con stit tional amendment d clnres that every is enntled to parncipatc in of the i u ins; popmati bwn an t race ,u rntj I ti miles Gnm ilm Diibio firs thu-d ccoud ouiL mill Lqn tv 4 mile Pnn, Tliitt Ntw 1 iph .4 mu from Pbilsi iei-bi i an iffa rnonn pH M I ei pneral purport tint md   tae Aurora iiwlnwd Watcn. U uainng a apeeuuty f Slayi, s K. Third at. v> JMtCKKK. 110 lor, SoOO REWARD1 WTk. mil pay UK for any of LiT vn _ .or UWBVI eauotcon inttt VegeteWe______ wnan ow aimeOaus an AncUy oomphetl uitu." lUeyare purely Vrffmntit. nml never tul t, givesniatifunpcin dogvCoded. cjrgEUiiea, tectdtt, and imiatnnni Tlie (enume manu- fci- urea oaly by JeiUf C. WSaT A CO Sold by buuklrk, V. T. THREE PERSONS HORRIBLY MANGLED Their struck bv the Boston and All Are mtlv Killed 3T r Sepr w Lai tin at-.d -S years 1 on Tande- water 4J years old md the latter s wife, a_ed 40 all of Pi, lusant Valley in this connrv were instantly k' led on the Cen- tialNev 1-nela.id and estern At he imetbe ace dent occurr-d they were seated m a vehicle inven by Latnn J he wasxm was struck bv ihe Boston evpress which was half an hour late. Lf i wa-< tl rown sev, nty feet a id Vmtcle-varcr and his wife thrown sti 1 further All three were instantly killed and their bH-iies hornbiv mangled. The hone was Kill, d md the w demolished Mi Laumieaies property orth eoo.OOO AND MILLER SEATED AETM, to the Kleo- Committee Report. Th .hont several nnimportaat me enures e from the aie idar aad and council further The house succeeded uv getting qno. rum, and the report the ele tious mittee. an.se ,tjng V, ,le of Elliott fJonth Ca-o' a, and their plnces, MiPer both colored m Plv Lang-ton and is e -t o with out The conference rep rr on lull d, but not telt be ter than he does at hat the a icle to particular He had tion ptesent aid wis falv j _ never authonAHl anv rtJi'rement could Ilor !en, rhe article to em phatc-illy Mr U-itlnd, were bright his f .ee is tir ,A. m bis sum mer and he appcHrwl to be in uei- fect health Canailfnii iprnritv Sept the tariff conf rence committee af ?r their morning afforded an Erastus in relauon to Canadian re iprou.y A comlusion wis reached thai nothing shoul 1 he atwmpfad this session, bu tb it in th ent of a dissol i Qen of tlie Canadi n par lament the 3her man Hit j i o.s i u haM. earlust ci nsit'eranon at the re im Img of c-ou gres, in Dece Ihis r iman said would be o the leaders of the Lioeral party m da. The at LF J4-fhe rices here PSW 'a p m he i l m ii n I re nier h md rat cline n, "0 Dea, i G I Roseland lirst third tun, I bird ra e Reputa tun Iifrii nine "Mamora n "nd Larne E tbird time n1" I i.-ue-i first Viss 11 MI L on thi -d nme i s miles Camilla n nd rh r' nme I K CH'C u e mile I f anu frVo, riorJ P P Mr. Webb Thej 4re Gmltv YORK, sept Ihe confessions of the men under im.-t for wreckii g Central railroa 1 trains estalilished the officials of the compam the fact of the g iky knowledge of tlie cnine on parto ka. ers in tiie jjL-nabti of Labeir Th it the order o Km_n of Labor is for criminal of our ti-n.ns is mr firm con ict on ,aid Tliird Vice President i o mv mind there is no other construction M t i put upon Jie statements of the men now under ar rest." Ban I The! t ec md 1 IS Th rd ra.cr D i eoi, r fi Jac mie, 4- j Fc, h ract vnne IJS-i F race ,jn i- a t me 1 li- ra le loe Ci B n h i h rd nrst, time x Creole fi Uir icd we i the bn 1 ii Jn 11 11 f ihe i er de v i ntf jjj li ifs dotr j ,J r cue -i, ams ip ii >tel- we-j-epame 1 e t-oi n ih No 1 v-s wer in t I rig n of the are w w nrrn'ldbie fr, m th  vilue SJ 00 At H.J wi 114 which we haie bfc lUl n irlct all 00 i nia wool o.t I Genujtie kc ts trom 4 e mr in rom.wunding --.-1 xir the defendant w nle District Attorne> Seorge i. Benton conducted tae ca.se for ie people. pre trace ol sitjinoMHl thut the powdei by the physician ha a r intended, and death fr m v tiu atlt Tituirtli) Di pt ii aid ti miUeu tei t h" iiemancs e> were rni o -s to then ueu H p fliais d uiat spetcll. Heily ee ia_ in Lubiiu mj tk-uants uh- of the Inndl rdn We have meat of Patent Leather m plain aadlight-colored hand and machine sewed. "Wt carry a complete line of IS ET- Fine If you want a nice-fitting and stylish shoe, try a pair of this make. You will like them. Our GEIfTS' Calf, Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of-1 fered to any trade. j _ _ Come and examine them IB f00'1 -''V" for yourself and be convinced. 4 Ct f. om 75c, to tllH sac-qnes R i SiU A t to Iw it, ornaments are SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street 1 I tt Ol t- Jet lie and Inn col- I  4 -Baron Scudle- a eml of tue rivv council and mas- ter of iriaanc m the u actiou "1'1 rim brought v.teriand Murder aud SuicKd OM N eb aept driver fur a. uikcry aho ni nnded If nne ilu fanner i v ng fi 1 j estt rcl moon se she r fu.-ed to live with him He then ilew 01 r hj.s jH-n The woman s p.irntelneat Kichnumd. She is "e rs ot n.re. llmoisan. i 'i) 1 igaius 'f irt Feuclil n Ule ic 1 party, ,or ascen ihlt he bnoes. i he t caused ion hire auu an -mi-hta (lorn Shninr BEHr l pr h. s trans vired tha- ij i ann onmand mt ol the I6] '''i, m'liJBd tiucadB beciuse na I nformation ih.u he iaking never bongin fore Dress We recommend our Ifne of 5o bnca. All tue new pi, stripes, fancy and bncsinail tiie new coiora. for samples. At Z'jc and we good value Fall stj IPS wady i partmeiits Xew Carpeto, Polisher! (TO Out on Strike PTTSIH HG Sept lo polisUc the an shing depa tine it of Tones____ '.aughlm b American Iron works, went i on mt o i a strike yesterday monnng emaud t n hours, pav for nine hours1 work The entire finishing department is ut. JEW Ywyr, Sept Falter Phelps. TTnited Germanv arnved on the steamer Elbe es erlav Phelps lias returned for a, so-Lion. which will eit nd un.il the ele, tuua wa.- guilty of an unnatural crime Tno Tnoauind troops to pre- Advance OB Snak'in. rebels made an were dispersed Absolutely the Best QC. PENFO All the ingredients used in mafeinp' this are pubiifiheci on every la bel The punty of the ingredients and 1 tbe scientific accuracy witi which they are combined render Cleveland's penur in strength and efficiency to any other baking pgwder Food raised with tJais powaer does not Hanufacturerand SX, 9. DEALER, or Diamonds, and Jewelry, Hon Patrick O'Br.w, Arrerted. 24 -Patrick O'B P hag been arrestti 1C dry up, aa when made with bakiog pow- der containing ammonia, but keeps moist and sweet, and is palatable and wholesome. CLHVBIJLSD BAKISU Powosa Co 81 and 83 Fait n St., New York QOLB 4 SIL. PLATI1% A COMPtBTE I.I5E or BUFFALO i" Y Go to Monroe's for Curtains and   

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