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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX DUNKIRK N. Y., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890. B REPRESENTATIVE QSINESS HOUSES A GILDED CRIMINAL OF DUNKIRK. ASTKW RUUC4G MACHINE (or nilmjf all kinds at blunts is the latest uu.iitlm) to tie Mechanical Department it Dunkirk Printing turn pain p B. CtlFFOKD, 223 and 35 Central Ave Photographer Instantaneous PhntogmpiiB of Babies a aper alty sitters not for snnahine except for abieo. BOOK iBV'Nf, I'rO- pnetor. No. 10 E Second street near Buf (alo street, Dmiitlrk. V 1 M M i no, Pampnleu, etc in ill nvlcs. Orders promptly attended to All work guaranteed ONE OF LONDON 3 NABOB S RESTED FOR FORGERY AR- d U uster B tJKCUKR'H HOUSE, Central Waoicaaie intl reuul dealer in I ir ported and >omtatn, bina Glassvnre Ac. HOTEL, per day ioa Ung iithlcm 5 unit ,537 Lion a tree l. ITT UAKHIiK SHOP JUH NJ.JU I'rop v--nilfcr I aLc -shore National K UIK Lcau.r ami rtunl dtret-ir- A ttnt, SSa Lenuir ai horafc-shoerfa. I'.rtiuuiar iitcnii J to interfering iiorwa. ihoemg 1 i tr Umg horst-d a djiuciulty L) UNU.IICK EVKVINU Daily in ihe unequalled mLfli DUNKIRK -iellew A alunu.aclurera ol Kngiuui Boiif Pull Hungers, fuller t )rn LaauaKS, and Machine to onit- f cO, 206 aud Center street, Manufacturers jl tin "Cromwell" and Duuitim lit tint. Dresa iiiirtB un sale in ait leading turni hi -lathing and iry gotwls uuiuics tn DunkiiL. DF TOOMKY, k-4 imt 4> aier n b tour, J? eed, pnatcs, etc t, Lion nit lialtMt i Ii IB HOTEL md umine' iulorn, LnniL Depot access to all traina iu t Inio a 'loiiaea. Utat iccumtuu tatioiio for Loin cmi rraie era. fohn T Murub> Piop Sir Thorn a. Frouka Furnlslinn Food for j the Scandal by 4r- i ralgnod tn Court on the Double liurt-e of vluault anil Si inmtJuii.il j an i Attempted BUrkmuiling t.a.o LONDON, Oit I I which was ventil ited Hr tin pr lite fourt vtsteiu iv is in t iP if r'-e rtm n Ihoruas I''u iitc au i m- wife irp both well knov u n soi ie( v in ptiormously wpalihv and their est.tbhsii ment and entertammi nts are romliitted on inland stale Mr In nnn wix [oimerh m intimate fnpnd ot -ir I h innis md n it my house a vc ir It seems riiittlu ing this timu he nut enani n d of Ins friend s mistress m I linalh 'HIM Ud in alien rim; hi i from I huilias CrlllMin also "pll I IJjiin -I] I Ilinrnns movi meats an l kepr A r i in it litinilliiE h mst ,1 n m tin mi limit ins il IUH lain 111, ml ntiitdid md no HI ultl hava if he had not sitrnu!  pi> >tt imtv 'o obt nn n ieu_ mil in n.: ir th( m itti r to hi ittenuon of rheeiovvn pi ISM tut win iinitumccs his Utiimiu iiion r i Hit ch ir_o nnsppcim it iht pei uli u ur iimsr mccs ot rhe iw Miun st upaihv is iv it where t xpns-wd I us nu in I ti uu Its, jit it n Mil be bi ni_ht to Ii in i, >u il list tpttn es it his THE INV-ST'GATION THE VRIFF BILL A. P Holler Nothinir Put for the Contraitoi s  r rht f nr _i mitt foi inms n is n pi in but n it In i hi -mi 11 n us Mel Ir n t n M_ ,.r liio kl n who u is iKi ,n, in ouiplamaiits restnlpl r i, >v nmniHil the ihstmbh HIIH_ nn I st m isp md .itw pi utic ill n nn i m nv is Mis is I in in mi Bill il.niito lion th it tlie utnk m I ill rh eihnii Proiliianr Denlren ti> M iltc 4p. pniv il ia torrslile Pons b'p Mr MiKinli-v So thn Pin Whioli Mid. HwM.urt. a H, will Gin- t In Hit Llltli Gill w i of the ision d f O t J The pi sitient t ir IT ill it I Ip m pi tht 1 1 th e uIiMpit m i n the nn ni i d it, h i 'joining i uv i 11 minei n UK nem n u is f nm ,s I i 1 if II IIM11 u I 1 X 1 1 1 1 s lit )I r t I I mi it tilt 'It t u .a a 1 I II' N I Us, n ii u One drt inorlipr ht tin tubers if n t M it a I etl in to 11 n nit as ro c is i h Ii .islatui u nis up irtmenis him tin re i i 'n i i nine ro mini m Ii r ul i MII me I thtniseheH if the I 'i i i i t its, me isnrps it tin time hi I [i i s nt. r tlm iiher 1 x i i id rh pi, mrtd to ap tlnm m >re ot their in 1 si i i ils t to El J7and fi E rmri ajuel. Furniture, anil Up auUcenng cture b ramets ma Ic to mtcr CP O. HATPESON CD, W Central Leaders at Fadhloji un.l lientleuicii I Hut i ill 11 H ,11 til II ,1 I i Ti idt> Httwmn Itiissni V Fussi, i> in ,_ bei II I unit I nith I i] l ll Be-, us n_ 11 i ulL M riliiti s t oini) nn A 1' ws n n let n HS m pf I-M, coin i is ft )m s} m III III Ilkllll 111 I II p (l i nn il nd in. I 1'pfsni. iiinti tiis it i KI 111.1 u 1 1 II hi t iblish v m unit i Him ml Rad i_e f il AKKU MTK.VK HKATLNG CO anufaclurcra of steam Heating ipparat.iB anitarv Plumbing a l_j OMK tTEAJt LAU-NUKV. Our specialties: tine Shirts, lew oil iri ic uulTu 4c an 1 Lace t, iirtatiia fr Detiv ery V VV JUT afreet 1' ilm in In. [n i tli 11 i i i i m m> h is bet ii i 1 i i ,o m n ks pi r on lilnlliill VV 1- olili.li nt ,1 1 1 i 1 is i e n i i i I bv hi, i uuds If K. OKtlM, t or of UlilTilo dealer in t me Uoiila m i_i m i m Ml U I I 1 I 111 l 1 i il In I is it -mini tin if it i n't il nn sllspl M t n ju M idiet s u be b it k m 1 -lliu'd I! -t f In nn It 111 bi i, a f 1' n Oi md is s i_'i i jiidu' in i r un 1 it 4c -ins tlm n island liim u u 1 ntU I n i u o tt, i tile hoped o s uttr HENRY WKtUEK'S XEW STOltK Hit c. fhird si, Uookd. -jlatiunerv Miiaicul In dtnuflenUs Daily uuilWct lepers ever- thing Rerunning Ui a Drat Unas tm W store -school a Kacription mil il tlie e mt Us in oi the timl i ,m sr ite th ir the enl eltiiioiis ipsiilrnl m i MI rt r% fm the JIM mm nr mil its polm of 14 issi in p i n m n I ilk -11 i if ins x I- n i Hum --r Pi tei bu_ it i id i it s i nt i een ma it r i issia, 11 t M e m t nil u _ i nu i n d r li it tiic L u h is n mij le- IP i p irM r i siicit e- Lm ik rk I'nutmi; i d anil 10 h. secon i nt M n bt. JH. VVN SON, Firo I ife Accident and uencral InsurnQca. Deal era m Keal Kstate and Loana aitenuon paul Co rhe c-lre ui property codec ing rents Ac. 219 Center at., 1 iloor I b iplm i i u ins 11 11101 u I ni ntii n m i tit i in et om nut 1 tnpeaii poutr-, iiu'iin-t the t rln sp. uu u 1 p -sibl, m 1Im, t I I i Ku1-- one (frit itt i ht s of th Tiiud nttnnnr it iniildm_'s test-iiiel r i it In i, nr, i n oni diinntr tin ni specm isstmbiv nnn r- h iivr if hr him v IK Ht hid i m in in f rln SUP nit i ti us i. m ami 1 the i ,n i h, 1 i is( Ht hi n tun it ih h.a iMttd Mi Andi( is ifi 1 u ing tin, numtli of Time i i n tlie rlie l ihi n rh l in if th wnicii Ii id I MEETING OF VECSEL lition to TaUun tlon ore inpii BusroN I Owners mil i st 11 it inn w 11 hi lil hi i i li nt nm s ml i i The criinin tt m n 1 th it tin u rt I 4 IH mi p The tullomnj the ensuinu n lit unt 11 f t its d or Ri st m n i I SP i t in. I d I' i H l tun i u i Dunn P Em i 11 H V n- i il in 11 oinas P i i r i Thomas u 1 i latou The pi r -tt u n us p in but h_ln h m s V mn i VIM 11 d V loll Pll I ltfi un H il nu t rin_r nf i an X t d u. id i i'l s In i u s !t I I i t pi tnu l e i i trs v if e'i t 1 foi Pit i urn V m I-' m-v H n in niu t P u 11 id tr i H I n It I e cniinitt i ii is i I i 1 II 1 S 1 1 >n i 1 i n n M til rak( nt Is i 1 I it r ikt i i KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE A Cmml rplnln ln P u ul, Pun (jet 2 nil ,U1, stu er puee mt if Iv r rln i I, n r i_'li took pltte %estti 1 i n i rln oi s, m, f riii u nils i i U hi< n_t tl he si lew UK il n_ i i n  rsU'im Vs he eont hided thi gnatui-p t i lull lirn., o IMI 11 in tlondi Pri vtut i'in H ilf ml litre 1 ihe nmsg of i md lnl r bet ire him The In t i- mn 11.1 _rnhcit i lo-e ibout the 1 It is in i l lilt lit pu bed b ick the rjlltt in tin.; so w to.tne nus n u rt, ro iffix Ins sitrn itura in lit p i, k u mr m he loner left 11 1 i i an 3f rht 1 ist pur the jii su i nt s i _hr sti od tie -e, et irj of tin ml jut n 1 im ij K. the li in n m o! flu md means com u i Hit ni'inlierot thp finance committee In h i h t _e t the uiif bill in the 1 u Mi 1 i Ii stuuljii t it mud Mr BI m t mt me H--V t tht pi ei lent if lit ill ir ill n M jus Hi unit! md e ,il t i ill it ut n i not but mud in op ,iiituun im ike his ippiov il js fnioible i i ilt Ii s he i !iri rhe bill through w his- pe nl i tli, i me m tin tinud ind i i n M L-, n [ji Lskcd vi f he 1 d n ir r I i i oils n 11 P i t st i_t m tii i tern em i tilt niiT H bin iien KMI I Iheii then i- i i i ii il ii md rh, pre-1 lentil' iu i sin ph >f nk on tht s in iti ru i h n h id n s itiin T iijiei me isiu'es te 1 Utt 1 ISKJ Buiiannn Hain son it lit b rt m i rhe bill Pr ite tin Huii id s> i nuivwitli the lii u '-PI p HI imi muht his u i ml n It! i -so tin bill w is Intel ,s ma h, hunv tture .t th, p, s I, or itmimi 1 on it mtict Mi M Km ts u, he md t" h i om lie pen th whuh the s u it i i-. irtivwl t) the lull let-unt- il pifn it P pit sent e Mt Kmlej b i ad ht m i d u t jr nis lit'le to v- tsousemi iu JOO central Avenue .ieadq uarter? for Wall Paper Faint, Oils, A A _ONDON SENSATION rKKUIS, J. W.. Center MAnnfactiUBr linii (isater in UarnLds intl Srdlea, Collars, Tranks.W hips, Buffalo H 11 T HoreeC-ffem Kul _a_ PSCHOLTKS, 17 Third street, t Tailor, tamilemen will flail L to Uietr au vantage to call on me before purchasi nt' "Iws where. PB. CABT Jtt CO Lion street. Leail.Oils Pa otcr'11. Supplies, Oil Cloths, (TRtntte Ware. A special ty of ShenrmVViUmmsFinland iionroerange- RUI.LSG. Audi as Ulank boo La, ail kuuUol blanks ttoae at Dunkirk S and 10 E. Second at. RUDOLPH MOLOENH VCEK, Cor Tnint anil Buffalo Su.. Dealer m Granite, ilarbie, f ftggiug anil Biulding ritone Call on me ixifore yuying your >ii tin lr  i  i ti u ndi ti w uh luiii it s i ti fjjblOII llld t 1111' Lhnmas tlitu it lub il (Tih-tc letui-s imi and d tiiLiia nu tbb club Cliivi ih t u the -tt I 1 IV 16 i lltll% H IK It -t i lulu pn Til '-'ll 11 u t m it ihii popul ti run iittii P mi i M ij -reii ALiiiu <_e h, i i rlif mi i diMaion n lit n iht bi inch knu'ti's tt the G I tt n f it lit. Meml t rht, une n mini in I In bt un_ in entc IT i nin 12 u at the a u im it M i- (Trind luef i Ibei ind L u U i I in t on li 11- ii _IM n 1 hi Ph iluux i mn TIM i H i 1 idu- ind P x -i 1 li i u Ipl m in h i s ht T i _i un cludt I noint IIIL am t ni il-o in to in .1 in 1 ti imU nrtid s fr mi him tht, .ut i s box stuucd rhe >f uirr un ni in HL had pu i name to a telegram nnti la s that a m in R CO., and 9 East Front atreoU iiatey, Wines, Bramiiti. Liquor Store for Family Ua he o pen (r s Thorn is ind C-riuson were formerly nils Thej h ul a railing out on >t the woniaii referred to with vhom mumate Ihe woman wna pitstut in the cellar The ntfair h.ib caused a sensntion ROBERT Vo Lion street near the depot Boardinif Sale. Feed anil Lneo blablt Ung bv itae claj or un uable terraa. J.   the A Railroad ttch. xi-uringaapeciattv xraok t alapf K Third at APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR HILL Vlmot F nkfl >tt< i ecils en PM 01 t nn s t fi v (Ji t   _n iu in is t iulup I 1 i u Hi- fT i i t i-t hii n I--HIJ: prr re-.- n il bu- u his nulit n iune- he umc re n then pit i u nu t n J nka th( nt it i M. Mercnaut Tailur, 316 ceutral Avenue on the tiumtii in Fsiciflt BVNMI Me Oct nmitwos re- here it last niirhr that a Caii ui in Pacific tiain hail wrecked. it lOine pi u n ond ilk ruiiLTK a iht' ropor rhat ohstnu nous plact-d )ii tht TURK juul HII bouiul I trim crishul into them LhefMifaut thronn h the crick and tlie u-.lv hurt No jne Wfus K lied but au rep n ted injured The who pi n.ed the olisir u tions on the tr ick aie supposed to be dibchui erup loves Iiiviteil to isit Colurtdn Oct R Car ruthtrsof Colo ipp ared before rht Iron and "-tttl m--i tine i n md on behalf of m of ulo- r ulo ited the mt inbers 11 rulo ami mspwt U> mints Mr ir alM) icred iti i u u i] u itn for tht )t rnnidml olo -V numbn n ihe ug lunih d rheir in ention to accept niMtatiorib t ilm itinn ouiiM 1 ii Bi m stnt jii I_t ite i t ule tli tlu i ink ii m tjm I lie _ i 101 hits i P mi V PMOI ]iul_e n ht num pleas n NOT n k in Tl I idue B moi t vpno ln-3 inon o t ikt, effLct nire MI is th" ul s nt i d Gen i r )t utim t flip if reridtitd TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE, i There is LI better place to get the nnest and rarest roses shrubs, fruit iud l Gre_( r ornamental trees Dutch bulbs, flowers for your conservatory etc timu at Ta P s Eagle street near seventh. REWARD! E will pa> the above reward [or any case ol i- ver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Ueadache or we AiIntnl. Pi Oct raarbb il iv arreslrtl JWph MIIroundiug counties e_( n for couipliLicj m tbe post-' oilne in no and Lnzerae LOiiniies He madt a i ouiemon implicat- ing Ben Blailen ami lame-, ktlh wlio were also arrested Ihe oflkers fouud i complete set uf tooii iud in e-c coutiteife't ng outnt m BUtden s house at Ph mouth Operator Gloaser Still it T E PT Oct 2 repnr of OpLrtior (jlossfr who is i being re'-ponailile or the us >-r i on he Central nilroml i n i on nii.hr Lehmhton is nto loc HL thi >oent ot tiit wmk u ml i us aoout to be rirrpsted p IH s u ne ilf i md has not been seen is i o mil 17 jt me ie i old of the wretk lie WT.S IT L dins llie K ttiL s peii imimem The >pen h ar M mcu mini m i n id UIL aiders foi the holding ji ihe i u hi5- pot Wet Gu Oct i-l non 'iett parsed ott qu Lr n I t re is there being no oppi i >u i j tup Demoiratiunuuimera Return-, t om t! e _ udic itc- i h_r r ute VTLASTA Gtt Oci itf r t nir i that the Mill Denu Ti n t i f is tie b> the tl Burn umstitunonal umi udrneiu- li earned Iht geiieiul Lwtin s three fourths Alliance CONGRESS ADJOURNS Tin 'Roik if tin- First Hilt of rhp Flfty- 1 C i nt n s-. ntiipli tefi S )N Oi t -J the "-PM ite res- Lei rt n ITT r -.onn iiurini, b IMIH rhe i n- nl1 o thi ut eitjun -nipi m tin pimtltlK jllii e T% LS h4-! usst tl wuhmit icTion Three i ircim TJIP proMttr tit tun nf hem ni i nle the ourr ot 11 ms in urns if Imrle-i P hcintcaii >i tue Purl md com nf Pnnl mil >rlf inn rue h in n rhe hnl mohibit ii K in ilun_ in 1 pi ol selling m the Lii ntt o! i 1 mib i f n tlie purpose ot Ihe it ill- idiom ni d he In he honsf Mi Mr k nlpv call? i np the house cnncnrtf nt resolution dirot tin., the lerk to municr ions nimeh the pnra 4nphs itentollcd t inff bill senate amtndments thereto The imendments a_refd to it 3 oo adjoin ned without las__________________ d a of Negrofs, r f Oct J V s unil from D K o iun Mu to UK 1 i Ihe nilnjid h mils it tills place t p i i IT I u d if tinnoTi uid ill ntlv iteiwuda itritkcd bv a bii i t r it_io robdeis lio made tli-m throw up their hinds md had su et u I in robbing betore rhe u inn n LS n Ihen rhe rohhers tied in ins t tion miles north if u i V shell ts posse pursued hi tjeis md shot t )f them who p 1 Iv un led 1 third Mas hit bv i I ullet hut nt i i igi u to escape Tlie Vermont M Vi Oct Vermont liisKtuie uuiuued Tester i n In the se t  and tun Deuiucrits trtionL'ratu t. i s l  he Butish Iron and Steel msti :ute, was m tlie chair and called the meet- ng to ordei Andrew Carnegie delivered m addr v, jf vveicome to which lames responded deu "sheiinan received ijuite au v iti >n its he was being to a se it in rhe pla toim Mr I line- 1 1 ewis of the excursion omnuuee made i few announcements re- ardm_ he exciirsu us both loc d and onir Us ,nce DHLS Mi Bli u twist am minister ot aariciil ture on beb.Ut of the Dominion inv.rnment an invitation to the .oniroaa viMt rhe prmiipnl tines of nna.lv Mr James Kittsou then sairt it wax m tentled to prpst nt a diploma of member shin an 1 a mi dal to th( Hon Vbrim S I in. he wis not present owing illne-s so the presentation was not m idc 'Nfr Hi witt s -.p wis then given out to thost prtat r m pnntod form The tirst paper read was 'Ihe Develop if v.nipruan Bl ist Furnaies by Tarn s friijl of Pi air Low thi m Bell thin re ul i p iper trcationg on the LlTtct mor. 01 Ir-s boine acnl m ftu laies Lhe session tlitu aiLoiuiicd for I he day Ti P nn m i r, rtp uic I it once to the foot of 1 vvi stieet vvlurethe Iddiesof hi paitv weie met Ihe utlre partv thin boarded the steamer HOOK and imp up the Hudson river was made A FAMILY WAR Ex TiiHtlee of White Fluina Charges HU Daughter with iMvaalt. NEW YuBh Tustice Eugene Archer of Wlnf Plains who lias re peatedK parided us troubles in the conns went before Justice Thnmpson iv anil ipplird for a narrmt for the arrest of his 18-vear old daughter E Lri her on a charge of assault in the first degree Archer claims that one night recently when he entered his wife s residence through a se s< ill for 
                            

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