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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1890. NO. 65. B aSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. 4 KTIiltG XULCHCnC for ruling A all kuuta ot blanks is the latest amliboo to he Meelunual EMtpntoMtiK ol Dunkirk Punting company. r> B. omOBD, MS and 2SJ Central Are D. Arttioc Photographer Xnstntaneoiu FJMNDgrapna of Babies a specialty Sitters not wait for sunshine except lor fJOOK IKVTTG Pro- J3 pnator. No. IS K. Second sirat. near Bul- blo afreet. Dunkirk. S I Magazines, Ho- me. bound m all styles- Orders promptly to. All work guaranteed. BrjBCHKtK-9 CBOCKEKX HOCSB. Central Avenue. Wuoieaale and retail dealer in Ii ported Jomerac China, tilaware. Bates, O per day. Boarding Stable in connection. Victor Bider, 396 aad 3S! Lion street. ItCT BAKBUKB SHOP Chat. Hagie, Prop.. idar Lake Shon JVafional Bank, corner Centec and Taird saeeta, A one stock of Tomgm and Ooaastic cigars. PmrQculax attention dto tatartcrmg bones. Shoeing ot rua 1 trotting (penalty. I LaraHt Daily in toe Connty Aa aneqnaltel advertising medium. D COMPANY. Boilarn, Pulleys, and fiacmne Work w order. Porne-ly Sellow Popple. IHatBng Hangers, etc. Patterns, rorguiga. vca U Center 'Crom am, vte ami MI street, Manntacturen ut cbc well" and perfect- CtreM bbiru. On aale ia all Imiiling turmoil: uj. and dry goods lioustut in Dm. TOOMKT, and UK Lion street. Dealer in Flour, Feed, alt. Baled HJJ. Plum etc. 1377 h UUTJSL anU Liming aujoou, Union pot fcaay inieus to all trams anil bu5- ___ Bflea. best accumuMxlitdoiiH tor Cum ttercial Travelers. loon J Uorpay, Prop hicLJtKs co., anil 19 t Tuint street. fuw Puruiture, cabinet. Ware iml t p uolAGenug. Picture made to 3UI Central Ave Leauen ul Poohiou au.it ouuiiieru. TH1HTI PEOPLE INJURED. DISASTROUS WRECK ON THE SANTA FE RAILROAD NEAR TOPEKA. fltfi m Train AKKLJ. IfTKAM iUATINU CO- af Steam Beating Apparatus sanitary Plumbing a Specialty Our Fine Shirts, luc, I ollara 4c, i-uflj, 4c, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv ay. A W Center street 11 R. OKHJt. Thirtl M., cor of Buffalo Manolocuirer and dealer in Fine Boots SUoea HESKI UTELLKB'S SEW 9TORK, 10S ffi. Third at. Books. Stationery, Muiiical in- Capers, uiii everysfaipg pertaining to a first book tore Uoolta a OB PRINTING of every dcsi rtpQon ami lowest living rated by uuukirx. Printing Company, !l and Id E. second SL. Dcul- in Seal Estate and Loans. Particular auenaon uaitl to tne care of property collect- ing ic- 319 Center at., ind floor Traafe SeT.na emmmutmlt Mirmraloai from Dmttli Yaw Fe.t at Track Tarn Up Complatc Lint Injarcd 4 KHD Oct. 25 people were i no -ly mjarcd by the wrecking of train "i the through Santa Fe vesti- bule Denver expresa, at Wakarasa, thir- teen miles south of this city, yesterday afternoon The train was running at high rai e of spee 1 nail left the track at a> curve ic o the east end of the yards tender mail and curs ai d three vestibule ars all '.eft the track. Thp rh ur rar sleeper and tournt ears are on their sides The track is torn up for 400 feet. A rekiif tram has arrived at tins city bringing In the injured, who wcrecareii for at the National hotel The following persons were Injured, many of them seriously W F Tones mail agent, Kansas City, pinned between can and injured natty J W Fadely, mail agent, Kansas City, internal injuries Harry Stone, mall agent, Kansas City, head bruised Mrs Ella Sfceele, New York city, hurt in the head F L Terry, ex messenger, Kansay City, badly injured in spine L. J Johnson, Kansas City, agenl leg hurt. Henry Topeka, bruised and jaw hurt Mattie O'Counell, Chicago, head and bock injured Mrs Dr Beuslee, Tellunde, Colo teeth knocked oat and bruwed. E M Beasloe same place, concussion. "VIrs (jraotfe Turley Fresno, Cd.1 buck c ir Mrs J McFarland, Tarroll Hill, O, heud ear S Svlveiter, Milton. Jnred C F Farnngton, Lisbon, bone J B Buck.1 v brukem in B i obit, Ouklind injuied Mis Mc WiLsrn, secretary of the Nation il Seamen s union, day nu LU it ue for the inaugura- tion ueii, k ot a. great struggle be- frtee-i thn union owners aaid th it the keepers of the innumerable -.ulore i oa ding s were already activi.lv n tne mpt to seduce men by the ho e'-ale f i om t heir loyalty to Che UB.IOU Bl t utishmentd and threats he said, both used by these people, who were alike tamili ir with the weak- nesses and of the se imen, who were in thuiis mds of caies dependent upon then lot food ind while m the poit in positions Mr Wilson added tLu it w is almost impossible to oveit-iti i i e tue g avity of the cotumg e involving as it did the very ex ist t nee ut lue union. York's Demand for Recount Will be InvMtlgatod. EW YORK, Oct 23 P Porter, auppriiupndent of the census, arrived here from irope yesterdiy In regard to the recount of New York city by the police, Mr Poi ter said that the police returns should be sent on to Washington at ouce where they would accepted as part of the evidence that the original count was incorrect If the entire evidence offered showed chat any district had been neglected that the police returns showed a lot of names not on the off! rml list an im estimation by the census Inir uti would be made of that dlatucfc audit the police returns of names w is then found to be correct those exti i mimes would be accepted by the cei HUH bureau and added to the official A Summons IwaitiJlg; 3Cr Blalne. CASTOM, O Oct 25 Sheriff Knder yia- terday aftem oa received a summons tc serve on beere ar> of State .fames G Blmu. today i Ue plaintiff in the case is Ih imas G Vanghum, one of the stock holiteia ot thi- Ohio and Northwestern Rmiruad company The hearing will be held in the Hamilton county common pleas court on S The suit is brought to enforr c the Hiututi rv liability of stock- holder v.i h is unpaid. the Work. LONDON, Oct JT boily of a mur- dered woman was found at South Hamp stead yesterday with the head almost severed and otherwise mutilated. worn in is suppose d to have been of aban doni'il character The finding of the body has revived the "Tack the Kipper" scare No hax e been, mails, though the police are searching for the murderer Will Shot Off Natural Gu. PtTTSBtTRS Oct 35 Philadelphia 1 >Tatur il Ga.s company has decided to shut j your a t ISLKI CO, b 7 and 9 Boat Front utrmfc. Whuky, Wines, Brandies. Liquor Store for Family Haa. ROBiKTTIcKAY, laon street, near the depot. Boarding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable Stabhag by the day or week on reasonable amoBD, an Central Ave. (Up 1 (general loaurance and Real Jfrcatt Agent. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Insurance. Prompr anenoom tfi ri C. J03M3. J. 75 E. Thirl at, cur Deer kicelaior Meat Market. Frean, Salt ant, diuofceU MeafiR, Lard. Saaeagea. Ovaters ann Poolorj VV- JBWEXKX, BUT tbe Aurora Kailrood Wucch r.-uiunng a specialty. Frank t Stapl. 3d R Third at. VTH. MOCKEK. Merchant Tailor, 316 Central Avenue Mayor in Trouble. Losr, KLYND CITT N Y, Oct. The Queens grind jury has found m- ilictmi nts aiounst "Wvor Gleason, George E. Bnlmer Barry and Patrick "VI lyor Gleasoa 13 the owner of the Und on which certain club build- mjH stand mil Bulmer is the owner of the Puritan elnb budding Both are jointly mdiereil foi maintaining a pool room the Wesrein Union Telegraph company for a telegraph service, Ditmns Bany for furnishing to gamblers over West em Union irps and Loughran who is charged with i ollcenng moner trum the owner of the bmlamg and dividing it among the t itf.esteil parties rmivetiti PTTTSBI.F.C Oct The Brotht-rhood of Loeomotne Engineers im secret session heie yi-scerelj.y by a vote of 270 to IM against defeated the majority report ol the commutee appointed to devise apian of eo-oper it ion which was in favor of scheme to affiliate tlie trainmen, conduc- tors anil brakemen It lacked a trwo- thirda vote by twenrv-two The matter is still a subject of consideration. No vote has been taken on the minority report TO MtAT ENBLIStt BEECHAM'S PILLS for SS IMGE UP, MAN! CMMK TnaCT of HBB moke them Blue. IOM hope too soon' nalld frm for ItaitedHmtidMnnh.. won HAVE SOME STYLE! CHAMBERS FRASER, TAILORS. Boom No. 6, German IDS. BTg. BIUTAIO, N. T. of a Prominent Bnflalonlan. BUTTAIO Oct Wahle died lastnightabontb 30 o'clock at his home, 17 Bro idwiy Mr Vv ahle was one of Buf fuos well n citizens He was 71 ye irs of igp and came to this country from Marsberg Piussii in 8B3 and M tiled in Buffalo Mr Wahle was tie builder of the Courc Stree1 tieatn foi raei ly called the Wahle Opera He 1 aves one s >n, "XLux Wahle, ind one d lighter Lisette Hager Injunction Governor Hill Denied Oct Aaa Bird Gardner yestertlai applied to Judge Ingrihaui of the supreme court to enjoin Goiernor Hil! from disbanding Companies C, I a.id Fof the Twenty-second regiment Tndae Inirruham said he did not have jnrisdi cion to enjoin a state officer in a case, and the order if grantee could be disregarded by the governor 4. Swtion Boo Killed. AcBmrsr, N Y, Oct 35 Mack, a section boss oa the Auburn branch o the Valley railroad, waa killed a Smith OUIG by tram So. 381 while at work. I? you are afflicted with rheumatism, neuralgia, gout or other bodily pain, c if you have a sprained wrist or ankl you ought at once to procure a bottle o Salvation Oil, the greatest cure on earth for pain. It only coats 35 ceuU a bottle "Lo' the poor Indian1" dying wit cold. Won't gome "good Sauiaiuan send him a bottle of Dr Ball's COUK .therco supplied The chief re won for be move as Riven bv the officers of the ompany is that they can make more oney by supplying the gas to domestic An Ohio GtiMH Factory Burned. FPTDLAT O Oct 25 Umbed Glass ompany's gl factory WAS hnmed to ;he giound M-tcrdav afternoon Loss, t200DO nsunnce ?B 000 One hundred men are out of employment This is thf -iHcond time the factory has been mrnc'd within a e ir The building will immediately lybuilt thu Woild'K Uncord. INDEPFNDEM E, Ia. Oct SB .earn. Belle Hamlin and Justma, wen lent yesterday to beat 215, the world's reooid held by them, and made it in I h day was cold and rainy Had ibe we ither been favoraole 212 would lave made an easy mark. They will start again on Monday Bath Monies Wuhad ASBUBYPAHK N J, Oct storm continued with much violence yesterday There is a three masted schooner in dia re i Bav Head The board walk here MS K t'l 'amaged and a number of bath lousi a Lave been cairied away The lien u it Long Branch has been damaged by ji w s iOUt ROYALTY ItfSME. DEPLORABLE CONDITION OF GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS OF RUSSIA. u Czn DtatnwMd by Tory FrMi Pay a Trib- mt> to Wonderful Eaarfj. London Dock Losing Publlo Dillon O'Brim Sail ter America. Oct. paiticulars have been received from st Petersburg concerning the Insanity of Grand Duke Nicholas He was seized m the most aoutB manner during the Volhynia ma- noeuvres and his deplorable condition aroused the pity of all observers The to cover the m irti-r from the world addressed a pull I tier of coostrarnla- tion to the grind I i on the Miciess ol tbe manoeux m the grand dnke bail not becMi in t iel eommand Vfter ward tbe eonditii u of; the grand duke came so critic il that the truth lould no be i uiden At present his maUdy threatens to prove fatal. The grand duke is the tavoiite uncle ot the cz ir who ia much distteswd by the c.iUmitv The government has notified the Prince ot Montenegro that under 'he Berlin treaty lie has no right to maintain a fleet, Austria Leing encrusted with the defense of the Montenegrin roast The notice has relation c i the cruiser which the of Russia has presented aa a gift to Prmce Jiichol ts Liberal aeers throughout the country unite m asserting that Mr Glad stone's liidlotkuin speeches are among the beat politic al efforts of his Life and even the Tory prosa, including The Times and The Standard, pay a tribute to his won derful energy at his time of life. Mr Balfour is said to have made the remark, since his arrival ra Ireland, that the par lument would sit our its full tune a? every year counted a 'ain-st the only TTI.ITI who could induce Englishmen to accept the delusion of home rule He is supposed to have alluded to Mr Gladstone now 31 years of ase Pubhf opinion is becoming very strong in condemnation of the ittirn le rhe London dock li o irs an I 'llv irrmig m support of the f Mtion Oi-silnied bv the employers. Newspapers which hive hitherto siippi rted the dockmen in their contentions with, the c u the evening of the of Those who arc tauiilm with Ilia Ricli- 11 db s reput lUoniwill neul n tidclu onaj inducement to insure t-ieir pieaenc' u their readings Edward Allen a Unner and hicvile ruler wan aiie-ted at Erie this week on i acacias tsssjed at the instance of Miss Bruleet M mjon p until m in action m trespasb borne time 1150 Allen was riding on hia bicycle, corning down a hill on Bast Eighth Street juat ,IH Ytms Mamon waa crossing tbe street 1 he bicycle nder signalled his approach, but m trving to pass each other there was a collision in which the lady was some- what mjuied which, cacibed her to re ceive treatment at St Vincent's hospital for two weeks She claims Mr Allen was running a dangerous late of speed and lays in a claim 000 damaees Mr Alien gave Lail in the sum of Hon Frank E Sessions of Jamestown, secretary of the State League of Co operative Saving and Building Loan Associations staited for Utica this morning At two o clock this afternoon the executive committee of the League will convene with repres entatives from all parts of the The object is to prepare from the copies of the law formulated by Judge Dexter which has been altered and amended by iifferent astociations throughout the State, a new law from which shall be eliminated all the objectionable features contained in the one in question, and which was drafted to take the place of the old law of 1851 Aa ao many aaso ciations have answered with suggestions and recommendations it would seem that the new draft which will be pre- pared by the execu ive committee must of necessity prove satisfactory to all decision relating to the estate of James P bhedd deceased, has just been made fay Judge Daniel Sherman, Surro- Card aC The Women's Educational and Indus tnal Union tenders sincere and hearty thanks to the teachers and pupils of the Dunkirk public schools for the enter- tainment given by them ou the 33nd mat to assist m liquidating the debt on the Union's new building also, to Mr Xelson, for his kindness in givinjt the opera house without charge on Wednes day evening, to awell the amount raised, vlso to some of the young men, who made themselves very useful to the wo men also to Merrill's Band for its kind- Iv given services the aame night, to Mr P B Tary for the elegant new Monroe range donated for use m the kitchen, to Mrs Edwards for the beautiful bouquet of flowers on the night of dedication to Mrs Clothier and her accompanist, of Fredoma Mrs. Jewell and Prof Ekert for the delightful music furnished on the same occasion and to all friends of the Union who have in any manner eon tnbuted to the success of its important undertakings ADA R KEYBS, Cor Sec Dunkirk, Oct 25, 1890 Mra. Bookn'aver'a Adilrew of Welcome. In the report of the dedication ser vices at the Women's: Building Thursday evening, there were some errors that were hardly avoidable m the absence of actual manuscript borne omissions weru made in the opening remarCs that materially effected them The OBSEB.VEII herewith gives them verbatim, as deliv ered by the president, Mrs me great plsasure lo welcome you here, and I thank you foi cmmnii rejoice with us to-night We have looked foiward to this dedica uon with pleasure and we have now eapticial reasons for thankfulness, mos- mmh is we hope that ma few days' time we bhall be able to say our building is free ot debt We had hoped the kind Irwnd who had m ide it possible for us 11 >wn a building as this would be i pirauut wuli na to-night but he has de- until tne be completed There is also mutiiei Enend who haa been very -remroua ti us and we had hoped he oo would be here at this time Both ot these absent ones we keep m grateful remembrance, even if Ihey are not present with us Tie Bullilo Unit n las sent Ha President and other le-pie- ives In the a idmnce I see the 'aces ot somt t thi te i hers who so umlly and Miectbsfully jided fcy the entert unm-nt n ven 1 evening To hem t> our fellow utupus, to strangers within our g-ites we vou uue and all a hearty welcome Biiwball SPEQJAL SALE! -----------OH1----------- and CLOTH CAPS. Saturday, Oct. 26th, WHO WOULDN'T HAVE ONE! STOIRJB. SPECIAJ- ANNOUNCEMEA1 STOD D ART A CO Patent Attorneys, 615 7th St., Washington, U C, opjp IT S Of- tlcc PuCentB, caveats and Issues secnrud Tnule Murks retnnteri'il. iVJl Patent business randucied lor Flies. Inforumtlun, Advice and apucuil references aent un rciiueat A Bmbeu wislius to announce to the nahhr in jrcneial, aurl yiitronn in piirtlc- uljti, uint he lias puiciiiuiiM tho fiir- mcrly
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