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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1890. NO. 73. REPRESENTATIVE i USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULING MACHDTB for ralintf all ItintiB ot blanka IB the latest audition to be Mechanical Department ol Printing Company. O a. eirrOKD, 2SS and 22S Central Are. Artutic Photographer Inatantaneous rnotograpiu of Babies a specialty. Sitters not wait for annstiine except (or BOOK iRVtXO. pnetor. So. 18 K. Second street, neur But- tuo street, Dunkirk. N. Y. Magazines, Mn- uc. 1'ainpbietB, etc., bound in all utylBH. OrtlRrp aroaiptly attended to. All work BOUCHER'S CBOCKBRY HOCHK. 303 Central ivmmu. Wuoleiuiie awl retail dealer in Ixpurutt and China, tiUasware, ate. f 1HACTACUUA HOTEL, Bates, tl per iluy. Livery and Boarding Stable in conniption. Victor Eider. 385 anil SSI Lion street. f "HIT BAKBEU SHOP V ClUM. Naglc. Prop.. Colter Lake Shore National Bunk, cornur Censer and Thmi A doe stock oj foreign and Domestic cigars. I tUNKIBK EVENING OBHKHVKR. Largest Daily In die An unequalled advertising medium. TWO HOTELS BURNED. THE BRAND AND BURLINGTON tWN FRANCISCO CONSUMED. Oreitt AT But Fortunately Said to DUNKIRK COMPANY. Formerly Sellew PniMiic. jianiiiaclurcra ol Engines, Boiler.., SfiaJting Hangers, etc. i CAstinga, anil A.ichinft Work to ortler. j D- CMKTSK SHIRT CO., m, 305 iintl >u Center street, Manufacturers of Un 'Cromwell" ami "Dunkirk" porlout Uituu shirts. Oc Hale 111 ail leading turnicain..' anil dry grxxta bouncs in Dimk.r'i. Am.nig Id. Gueitu. frnm No Lort. by .Spon- Combimtluu of [iilinminubU in a Paint Shop. SAS KUANCISCO, Nov. before 3 o'ci-ifk vesterdav moiTiing fire was dis- uu.ler the Ptirllair'en hoiinc, ad- joining die Grand hotel, m ihe basement tit t.ne trorp occupied Heutter Bros. Co., ju paiut uud urtistu' supplies. Tiii- nipidiy throughout of tho block bounded by Market. Xeiv Montgomery, Stavmson and .-Second streets, and then spread to tils drat door occupied by the Hall and Lix-k compiiny, Goldman, drug- gwu' mipplies. Board of Trade rooms, Pullman Pulnco Car company's olBce, Great Northern Railroad olfic-c and the rooms of the Syndicate Investment com- pany. The smoke in the had aroused inmates of the Grand and Burlington hotels and the frightened KUems rushed to the sidewalk with what- ever they could carry. The flre -.hot up through the freight elevator m the ri-ar of the Grand hotel and a astroiiM conflagration was looked for. A brought, the remainder at Mie lire department to the scene. The fivnt of Huetier Bros. Co.'s stora blew out with loud explosion and large volumes of qrnnkp poured out. nlmnxr ovtji-coniintc rhn iiremen. hill, a wine mcrcliuai. nninkp in thf Oraod hotel ,tnd was THEVIZCAYA-HARGRAVE3COLLI3ION! MR. VOBLE STRTKFS BACK w.n. it. Improvjuamits tvr German 'acoii f j overcome by j Inn nul 1'iiNh.i-r ..Iu Dr. Ueaierin Ftonr.Faeti, ult, Btuat) (lay. I'fi and iJiuinK bttluou, Cniui Depot, Eauy acceaa U) all train a amt hu- meas botiees. Best accorainoiiuiimiti for Con. 'tturciai Tra velars. Joim J. Murphy, EUL.2RS A CO., rJ7 ami K Tsinl atreeU Fme Furniture, (Jn'nnet ana C aoltttenag. Picture K ram us muao to ortor fVl D. MATTESON ft CO., 301 Central Ave., ol Faaiiiou antl Gentlemen (i AKBLJ. STEAM HEATtNU UO.. umtaclarers of steam Healing Aiiparu I'lumuiui; a. Specialty. LJ O.HE STEAM LA UN DRV. Our apeumitlea. Fme loo; -.lull. Cuffs. antl Lace Curtaius. Free Ui; ;ii. A VV. Center Htrtset. K. OKH.1t. K. Third sc., cor. ot Buffalo nd clealerm Fin HEJiBY WEILEK'S SKW jJTOKJS, t Thirtl at. Books, Stauonurv, Musical In HUitNVcjekly Papers everyttiipg 10 a tlrHt CIUBS buot Schooi 3. OB PRINTING ol every .tescnpuun unit a oal rxtca by Juukirk i'nuting Curapauy, d and iU -ecoiKt be. (rrand in.tel, who ovorconic1
lurket streei. The Put nit-, the (Jentrai Pacilic and other nonet i flin-n .inner the to- iji-'her ivith Fay i snluon. were 'lauuiged by water. The Grand hotel was oppnutl in 1870 by .Johnson Co.. and at the tini" was con- sidered one of the liiit'st hnt-ln in the worlil. [r, was four storms hiali .1-1.Iliad a trontage 01 -jilti i'uei on JI.irKci -M-HHC. Two years ,iifo about hal: of i in- bio. k was leiiM-dto otnei- pm-f.es and was caili-il tha Burlington horel. 1'he tin of the r Brn.s. o r-uiil ilt.t. -lint pnsheu Walker around. Afier wo hud left rhe Hargrevps Theard Walker yelling ro me. t yelled back for him and to jump overboard and ive would pickrlieni up. You if wa I hail yoiic back in the sinking schooner the .SpiiniartN would have mude a to net into tlip boat and undoubtwllv all of us i would have been drowned. If Walker and iwinn-r hud jumped overboard then we wonM have pirked them up. I I Inn -.va.- i-'.riit.'1 Allen M i.l remain in tho city for a of d'r anil then will start for his hniiie at l-'all River, The Cor- Harni-ave-i hiul tome twenty ownPI-S. of whom Capt. Allen is one. I aim that their total loi-s will be The msiirajice on tlie vessel is very npt-u: i b.tt ,vi ,-ntf.. booki and let "ou know .f ;-o'i at-ml H to .nil you .11 tin-in t'> rhn ilepHi'tnipiir. Bui r then m uoy thoimnr, not- cuu X now con- sent, that yon are nnr to learn tlw books you vrihh mi-to consider in my sule cus- tody Governor and MJVOI- Urant'3 inKtrut-riimn to you alike iudirari) a of suspicion aaainat tin-- depnr'- uifiir tljat I am no Itinepr tolenir.-. If you ,ire unwilling, without further delay, toe.imply my ivqucst.communicared to you m wntmg, von may tnke rhe books piipen away with; on and shall v .ih tin. business without rht'm. Vniii-M fni i v, ..OHN W XoBLE. Nolile l Im foilmviug comujun.i -ill. n Hill in reply to his rt-i-i-ni "tifi- a recount." of the city of York. Hon. Dnv-ri B. llill, Govei-nor of the State thn Union m the termH I have emplovwi, il.1. .ia.a has just been re- HMiit by mu that I would u-tri-i-. whli-h. nr rhu in- I 'oil-id nt-pil of the! I''ll1'my jnhtification in the reckless vim i-Hiained I would I of yon hnve sesn it. would j Br tcl -.vhi.-h is lacking cai-ryini; as -r. is in tha diguitv bn- was" not your gri-nr offl.-e wiiich in the past hn-s bwn tilled by eminent men of both politirn! parties of New York. r-ion merits of the mavor'i applica- tion, r reply to him. Yours n-'iiv. ecret arv. MR. KENNY'S REPLY. H" tlie sacrei.i Out Bi Nov afternoon .Mr. Keany sent -T HB Wn Dimply lanr.ruutluiu. Late yesterdav ihia letter in GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. taneouM inat.-riul-i in Heu it business. Thi' tanl tLT'Mi -inu nl ol" mini BiM-d of Irate of r.he -iroral ,ng ren U. BCBJLN A SON, Firf Lli, Acuiucut autl izcaeral luduracca. Dtu LD ileal Estate and Ltmiid. L'ariicula nuun paiU lo ti.ira of uruperty colltsci Ac. 'H'J OBKBT McKAY. Xii Lion atreet, near the dopot. BoordiDg, Sale, Faed and Livery Stablo. by tbe day or week on reasonable terms. J. GtFTOKD, 301 Central Ave. (UL O Ueiieral Inaurance untl liaal Katau Agcnu Accident, and Live liiBurauce. Frump' attention pvsn mil iMjiUng rt- a .L 75 Thirtt aw, nor. Duer. txcelBior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt ami imoteu Meata, Lanl, Saueanoii, Oysters Poultry. VV W ATCUKS. JEWKLKV. Buy the Aurora llailroad Waccli. It'tpmnng a specially. Frank r. itapi. is E. Thirtl 3L M. MOCKXK. Merchant Tailor, 31S Cautral A Tonne of More Trouliltt With the Dockers. Other tnlprrxtr. LOXDDV, Nov. strikes yesterday at the Royal bert and Victoria docks were quickly aettleo. but rhe trouble ia likely ro be rprowetl on a larger icaie. Tin1 i-mpl'iymtMir of non-nnion mi-u by the dock companies CIIUMIS _grea a., ong i tlii'ti.if-ki'i'1-' union. to bedncto ihe j iiini the le.-nii-ri are lumi.i: iliiliriilty in -iver rhe Xow that i rhe made a year ago between file companies and tue union has expired, rliu (lispute ovr the que.siiun ot tiinng non-unionisi.H will, it is Thought, come to an -isiit-. antl more HT less serinus strikes ct iisuli-rad ju-obiihle bftore a perma- nent .itijiisrment of the nmrter is reut-liKtl. I'iu; union has a rnenil.-n-sbip of 25.000, but ir is we-ili. ami liue bus bei-n very las. The dock directors .U't-uso lit- men nor only of being lazy and 'insolent, bur of petty thievery, andofwan- breaking rontraets. Tlu- le-idurs bavo not sufficient influence with the men to enforce the plain rules of the antl the companies are determined to m.ike nil end of the existing state of affairs ar an v cost. The courest 1 comes ar :ht- WOI-M- Time of rhe year for rhe men. .mil the" have almost entirely I piiliui- -5-nip..iny. -10 that rhey will i ceivc inn slight riiiain-i.-il aid from outside I r..it; union. Any one who bus visiretl the j dociL.s .aid -ift'u the men at work can understand why rhe public bas with- dr.nvn its encouragement from them. They are not, only careless, but take no pains to conceal the fact that they are mile lo'.vu. B-ii-Lngtun Tin- total ituiirrer and A BRAVE OFFICER KILLED. .Matt-Mi' uf Tareuuiui, PH., lirtitiilly Nov. 4.-Constable Harry of 'I'al-enrum. seve-iiteeu mil this city, was murdered at that pince lust niglii by ihiuves. At -s-.M rbi-ce rbievt-s broke into tne tailoring t-.srab- li.shiueni of Bienl Bros., in Tarentum. They were surpi-ist-d bv rhe BOU of out- of ill" proprietors of rhe who g.u-e tliu ilarm ami rhe i bieves ni-uicuonr anitln door, wii Ii an .a-iiit'til clotning ami ran tou-ur.is riie ri'-i-r Constable Mateer wxs noiified of i.he and a party of clti- went m yiii-.suit i t rlie robbers. At Pi-tersun. unaay e wan beauufully lifted by two new thirty inch relic in. H each six double burners and n handsome new pulpit stooti in place of the old one. This beinij quarterly meeting, fie church was well tilled wit.i uople. who were en to hear the Rev. C. F. Xu.gcle Presitiing E.der ft r thin Dibtriut. aud therefore enjoyed a double treat. The were procured ilirough BloHs tte Welner. nnil are a model their km The pu pit was made by Mr. Henry atackcr. who is a member of the church. H is of a modern pattern, made from black wahiut wood, a hand- some and flue piece of work ami does urcnt cr'itlit to tiie maker. The society feel highly elated over their success. The Rev, E. liuohne pastor of the di'ireh a diligent worker and ia lobe congratulated in having brought about an many needed changes in so short a lime. .Hr. ami -Urn. AIirciiH's Wedding. Yesterday was ihe silver anniversary I of Ihe wedding of Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Ahrons of 'ii-4 Robin street. Mr. Ahrens and Misw Lena .Vh.ibauer were married .n this city twenty-five years have spent th.'jr life since happily and honors ably m city, and are among its most highly respected and esteemed residenis They did not expect, to celebrate the day, hut their fellow-members of the Eagle street Lutheran church, thought that it should not so pass, nnti gave them a verv plea.sant surprise party last night. The scholars, teachers, and many uf the older members of the church were pre- sent. The evening wus spent with a and amii.-ement of various kinds, rfcveral gifts of silver are wen: made from this ity and Buff-do. The Rev. W. Eucbler, pastor of tin- church, made 'be appropriate preseu'ation speech. AH their friends will wish Mr. and Mrs. Ahrens twenty live years more of mar- ried life as li-ippy un the last. Ilui-Klaritts oiitl A dnrinif robbery took place in the Wells, Fargo Express company's office at Meaciviile on Saturday night. Agent Charles P Moore was alone iu the ex- press office working at liis monthly statements, shortly after ten o'clock the .silence was broken by a knock, Mr, Moore opened the door, having taken the precaution to place in bis drawer a package of money, or which had been on the counter. Two men catered, one dark, larffe middle- aged, the other apparently about 25 y-ars of >me, heavy "el with a smooth face and florid complexion. One cov- ering him wit Ii n revolver ordered Mr. Moore to "keep The other marching him to the snfe commanded Him to open it. core plied, after which the buriilars procefictl t gag and blind nun. 'ind then to rifle the safe. Finding notliimr of v-iiue on the person dt the airent they U-n. They to Mm freight virued out the gas aud uuietly left. BRADFOHD. Pa. Nov six n'e.lor.k ibis evening, George Allen, canhier of the Buffalo, Much-inter it Pittsburg T.ail- road, was knookttl ilcvsn uml robbed by an unknown man. Alien WIIH taking the money to ihe express office. A Heai y snow Snow began m thia city before six o'clock last uigbt. and con tinned until nearly noon today. The weather was soft aud miiil.aud the snow was tnoiht and sticky. The brunches of the treeswerc borne down by tiie many whereon the leaves still hang. Six inches or mop- of snow fell. Thin, with the mud under, made the wheeling very bard, and sleighing was impossible. It i.s a sno-v which will not stay long. Snow fell all over ibe State. Railways were not blocked, although eastern trains were iate Kckha, checkers and chess The Spanish Main......... Royal Arabia. The Qnme Sbieks Game of Innocence Abroad. Tlie Grand Race Game...... The Yacht Race Game....... The Game of Cats ....1.48c 8oc >f tne Poker cliios, box....... Dice Cups............ American Jack straws. Cribbage boards...... Fourth race. 1 tl'Or Syracuse time. Fifrh race. sipeptecbiLne. 1. Gown .1: time, .t: Tanner S At (vLotrcEHTEK. y. .r.. Nov. 4. resnirtHl as follows: Firar race, ii I, So So 2, .Tennie .Mt-Fdi-lanrt il; time, Stitjtinti nice. Duuohue 1. Key- 3er Fearless tinin. Thirtl race: 114 1, Wasiungton 2, Doniey :t: 'ime. Chivalry The Bicycle and SkatingRiuk'iamesl.Unc Crame of the Telegraph Boy......85c Chess Dissected Map of the United States..Sfic Game of the Office Boy..........SoY.. Uarnum'a Greatest Show on Game of the District Messenger Boy !H5c The. New Game of Tiddledy winks. Wlc Lnited States Etlucational Toy Mo- ney The Red Head Girl and White Horse Puzzle........................ The Stiindiird Checkers........ Embossed Checkers......... Double Nine Black Dominoes Twele Bible Characters.......... Cribbage Jack straws............ 8fic Playing Cards ..Sfio, ,Tbe Lout Heir..... The Tadpole Game. Th-> Strange Game Fruit............... Toy Printing Blocks.. 1'Jc Game of Old Maid.... Forbidden iSc 4-lc :Wc 23c 35c 3Sc me 3Sc -2tc Me t.45 3ito 48o 34c 17c Dice and dice HWr. 1 :tri lite Fortune Telling ITc. Tommy Towns's Vi.sit in the Country Oflc The Popular Game of My Wife ami t 17c 18c The Amusing Game of the Corner TOci Grocery 17c (We United States Spelling ISc Dice, each U2c GOVERNMENT Chemists Certify, July 23, 1890. to the purity, strength, effect- iveness and constancy of composition of levelnnd's Superior Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use in my ho-ne." IIENRV A. MOTT, Ph. D Latt, C. S. Goo. Cfsemut. f As to the lasrsdlcnu.) "T timi that Cleveland's Superior Bak- Ini5 1'owtler contains Cream of Tartar, Bicarbonate of Soda and Flour. Latv C. A (fov. Chemiat. E. G. LOVE. Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder ia the best in quality, the highest In leavening power and perfectly whole- some." A. F. UNDERWOOD Ohemiftfor V. S. Gov't, 18SO. Cleveland's Powder Absolutely the Best. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, liand and machine sewed. We larry a complete line of TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you waat a nice-fitting and shoe, try a pair of this make. Yon will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, ia the best for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SON 213 Centre Street C.C. PEN FOLD Manufacturer and Importer, MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. T. Funeral Xotice. laat nijbt, at. 7 p. m. the family rcfiidence, 79 West Third street. Emma H., daughter uf Throdure Win- ters. Time ot funeral will be given hereafter. Mr. Winters ;ia the sympathy of the whole community having had to mourn the loas of Ilia wife only about a mouth ago. He another daughter at home hardly recovered from a long sickness. OKALER IN Watches and Jewelry, 'ilvnrwiirc, LeiMinr fimnlH, KXHKA OULD TMi Ci St, W aHhtngUin, t.'., opn. i; Of- lice, PausnUi, ami Re IMHUCM fi'mrvni. Trade MarkarujtihUinM. All I'.tUMU litiHinoHa conducted lor KCCM. Advir.u and apucml referunciiH rttiiuuat. A. Burhw 1 ill ular, Uuit he hit ami Hit- Inn illt-rly (trcupu'ti hv [1. H. Mtit'i-t Tlnnt strtMil.luiR lltlcd ;t up in Hr-i-v rind IH imiimn.Ml txi -in Urn VtrhKnn, TlllinUlllfr for punt I :i uC Mie luiiiro. u. A. IIL'llIIEK. for- STs.ootosaso.t MONTH run he ic fur IIH. I'.'i-mpnM prufi-rn-ii who --jtit .-i Jiml give wlinli- uini: ihi- llulinimlH itliiv lirnlll.iii.v t'liiiitnvt'it A tew viionutMunm lowun .u.'.l .mi.-." .lohnuon Jt llu'limonil, Viu Dry Goods and Carpets. A..VtKBICAN BLOCK. 396X402 Main Street. BUFFALO. AS TO THE FASHIONS. 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