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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               SMOKE Base Official Cigar of B, III NHLUUffi 5 CENT CIOAK. ROGAN MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF DUNKIRK, V. Capital local on 1st page. g. M. CLKHKXT. PrMldlmt H. 8. h AB5't Trangact a Onnrral Banking Bearing CertiflCBtea of Deposit. Solicited.' HOW OPENING! NEW LINES OF DECORATED TABLE, BANQUET, PIANO, LIBRARY Lamps. NOVELTIES IN CHINA GLASS -BURGHER LAKE SHORE NATIONAL BANK DUNKIRK, N. Y. r. COUWAN. m. HTNMAN, A. J. MINT, W. B. PHEtPS, Prwlden Cuhie Awt Capital, Surplus, Acoonnta of Merchants and Individuals re- ceived on favorable icrma. llrown Uiothcr'a Letter at ''reilit on application. Drafts drawn Uinot on all ine principal auet ol Kurope. TUESDAY. KOVEMREK 4. 1S90. New Advertisements. K. Lyoo. Change R. Oehm. Change Store. City and Vicinity. Weather For Western New fair, light rain or snow on the lakes; no change in temperature; southwesterly winds. Harell building was roofed la time. extract of beef for sale at Lyon's Pharmacy. is trying to keep up the traditions of October. are not all picked yet. The pickcre will finish this week, and caps, any style, at the Star Clothing Wl'g Go's. cars of grapes were shipped from here on tbe Lake Shore to-day. all grades and styles at the Star Clothing Mf'g Go's. On account of sickness Dr. Ailing will be out of the city for a few days. Street Commissioner Lad all his men at work this morning clearing the walks. very neat line of silk umbrellas in gold and silver mountings and natural sticks, at the Star Clothing Mf'g Co's. latest advices from Mr. Edward Nichols state that he hopes to return to Dunkirk this week. attention is called to Mr. Isham's display ad on 2nd page, "A rare business opportunity." Finance Committee of the Wo- men's Union will meet at the rooms of the chairman at4 p. m on Wednesday. open today a very select line of caps for children in silk, velvet and plush. Star Clothing Mf'g Co. of every kind, furniture moving a specialty by Jos. Brawn, truck man. Orders may be left at my res- idence, 806 Buffalo street. pall-bearers at Mrs. Rice's fu-. neral yesterday were Messrs. James and Thomas Fitzgerald, Timothy Ho- gsn, P. J. McNulty, Frank Gibbons and J. H. Smith. have so large a display of Heating Stoves been seen in Dunkirk as shown in P. B. Cary Company's store on Lion street and prices ranging from to the article on the shipment of the Wilkes horses by Toomey terday, it wan not made plain that Backus, Almont Wilkes and Balmont Wilkes were all full brothers. is expected that a very large and choice variety of cakes will be on sale at tbe cake bazar at tbe Baptist Church Thursday afternoon and evening. Take a rest from baking this week and patro- nize the young people. are showing a large line of heavy, double breasted coats and vests. Come and see them. Star Clothing Mf'g Co. some home made cookies and loughnuts at the Baptist church Thurs- lay evening. was not a clear day in this city from the 15th of October to the end of tbe month. -The men working on the change of grades on the Lake Shore at Ripley Jrossing will flnlsh this week. If you want to be in the swim get one of those nobby, double breasted box overcoats at the Star Clothing Mf'g Co's. afclrl for general home- work. Apply immediately to Mrs. E Rice, 81 Lmwo >d Ave Buffalo, N. Y., 01 to Mrs, L. Fullagur 429, Central aye Dunkirk, N Y. the undersigned do heiebv challenge amateur wrestler of Dun kirk to a cutch-as-catch can wrestling match. Weight not to exceed 18iJ pounds. WM PAIIKBR, Dunkirk, at Rider's Hottl. who have kindly subscribed to thu mortgage subscription of the Wo- meu's Union will find the President at the rooms on Thursday morning from ten to one o'clock, and can if convenient pay the amount subscribed at that time B Cary Company received a rload of stoves on Saturday. The de- and has been so great this season that ey have had to order fourteen or Bfteei. ngle atovea between the tune of g'Ving e order for the carload and receiving it. who saw the Angelus in Buf- lo will be interested in the following: NEW YORK, Nov 1 Millet'sceleurat- d paiuting, "The has been old by the Ameiican Artists' Acsociat on lo persons in Paris, ainl the masler- )iecB will go back to its native country u December The price waa rancs, fish lug Edith of Erie was truck by the gale when fifteen miles out in the lakr> Sunday and lont her rud ler. The captain hung the anchors a( incl successfully steered hia boat back to port. The gale was terrific and i looked for some lime as if the boat would never get back to port. he next regular meeting of the Farmers' Club of Hanover will be held at the home of T. H. Roberts on Satur day, November 8th at 1 p. m Gentle- men's discussion will be on experiments, facts and failures of the past year Ladies' topic, the balance of "OurTirnes" commencing with the 61st chapter. Erie Wanderer bicjcle club is arranging for a tour next summer. It has been arranged that a party of tbe Wanderers ahall leave on tbe Fourth of July for Duluth, and that they will then commence tlieir road trip. They will wheel through Minnesota to St. Paul and Minneapolis, and after a short stop, continue their journey to Milwaukee, Chicago, thence to Fort Wayne, Wan en, Akron, Ashtabula and home. site for the Women's Refuee of of westein New York has at last been selected. The U. C. Rogers farm at Albion has been chosen, the option price being The farm consists of 96 ucres, situated in the west part of Hie village, near the IS. Y C. H R R on an elevation overlooking the village, well situated for drainage and easy of approach. It is thought that the build- ings will be patterned somewhat after those of a sitnilai institution at Hudson. They will consist of prison, four cot- tages, and a man building. Tne order of occupation will be as named above, the inmates being promoted for good behnvior There still remains to make all complete the official s-auction of Gov ernor Hill, which will no doubt be forth- coming ELECTION DAY. How tbo Vote Stood This Afternoon. Thle is election day. Those who did not already know it fiom the public prints would have to be told of it, for to all outward appearances the day IB as little likf an election-ilay as can btf imagined. This is the first election un- der the new ballot law and the results of the law are manifest. The election is quiet, beyond any ever behl cure There are no people around the pulla, and the stieets look as on any ordmaiy day. The vote is small. Some voters have been heaid t that it di'ln't piy u> Kn through Hie irmble of ine f rais at- tenilii.g uew law. It will probab'j be one of the lightest voles in many yeara As usual, the OBSERVER publishes, for the convenience "f ihe voter, is matting comparisons, the vote the principal officers of the ticket a year ago, of that on Congressman two years agu; of the total vote in pasl yeaia and the vote at p. m., last year The OMEIIVBR. inadi- a round of the polls bet we on one ami two o'clock today the heaviest part of the vole had found the v >te, at the time indicate I, to be ad follows' rirat, xi'OO v 'ud, 1.3) Third, 1 40 Total, First Ward ............2" Fourth, 2 OOP M 8r' b'ifth, 200 Total, Second Ward...........24'i Sixth, 2 00 I- M.................U5 2 OU .............'al Total, Third Ward..........248 Einhlh, 1 30 v M Ninth, 1.33 SPECIAL BARGAINS! Which are to be had Only at the People's. At 20c. 36-incb plain and striped Dress Goods. At 18c All-wool scarlet and white Flannels. At 8c. Good quality Shaker Flannels. At 40c. Unbleached TahU Damask. Worth 50c. At Extra large Litien Towels. At Fine Damask Towels. Worth 35c. Best Indigo Blue Calico. Case Ladies' Knit Vests Look at the value. Children's Wool Hose. Double heel and toe. T adies' Wool Hose. A 4: to see them. Ladies' Cold Kid Gloves. The best Corset in the market. Extra good value in Comforters. Gent-' Overshirts. Cheap at 50. Gents' fast black Flann--! Shirts. All-wool Blankets. Large size. At 6c. At 40c. At At 25c. At At At 00. At At At ARE THE MOST REPRESENTATIVE OV MET- ROPOLITAN TASTE, AND HIS PRICES ARE CONSISTENT WITH ECONOMICAL HOUSEHOLD ADMINISTRATION. 5. M. HAMILTON'S Con. EAOLB AND THIRD St., DonittBi BUiri'BIl AMI DEALKR------ Salt, Fine, Hall, Itnlrv Limo. Cement, Eng.l'ortlaml IMnaUjr E'ttru. Msrhlo Anthracite Ooal. ISriar Hill Coal, Him knmiUiB_Co Cunncl Stonm Com, Colo Vomulry Wood, Hard, I Wood. Soft. I. MllMKll'P, I'ino HuiuloCK I.nth, I'lno l.ntll, Hemlock I'onlh, f iMar, hy Tolophon Sowor 1'iiMV Drnin Titu. Chimney CViiram-y I'tjw, I Yin I FiroQJaj. I I. 51 Total, Fourth   The following are the offl era of clec- tinn on duty at the polls. "TTrst -Henry 8late, Kiclmrd Hough- ton, ballot clerks, W V. While, llu-min M..ldeuhauer, Alexander m- spectom, 11. T. Murray, P K Bradley, poll cleika. F. Buck, Daniel Uein ballot cleiks, William Ward William Doiler, August Winters, mspictois, (J. 15. Stanley, William Landschoof, poll clerks. White, Louis Qiinalow, ballot clerks, Warren R Fizell Michael I'olmski. Paul Weiss inspectors; W W Williams, William Cowing, poll clerks G Allenbruud, A S Robarta, ballot clerks; ,1 T. Sullivan. J W PerUina. John Niemann, inspee- Myer Einstein. Jobn Hutchinson, poll clerka Fifth J. C Eesers, W 8 Alexander, ballot clerks, John Koch, John W rhomaB, E B. Whitney, inspectors, 8 V Ball, Charles S unley, poll c'erks. Sixth-0. A Doehler, W.It Mean, ballot clerkc. E Mains, G D Alton, W K. Williams, Inspectors, C. U hlaiiib, .1 T Rogau. poll cleiks Seventh -Henry Smith, Chas. Dr ege ballot clerks; Mu-hael MadiKiin, Geoigu Stialer.Ahram 8iuheld liouan William clerks Eighth-J P W U. V'irt IKT. ballot clerks; Andiew Waile, Geo Kuch, W, P CoUan msppclors, J times E Shier, poll clerus. Ninth -Krank Peter Westei- beig, ballot clerks, 11 G Wilber, C u Sheffield. A. C Widuian. inspectors, II C Wilbur, Frank MiNamaia, poll clerks. The First Ward includes the First, Second and Thiid Ihe Second Ward the Fourth and Filth Districts.tin Third Ward the Sitth and Seventh Dis- tricts; and Fouith Waid the Eighth and Ninth. 1837 1S88 1889 Fir-t Ward 803 Second Waid..... 833 497 367 Third Ward 3o4 318 Fourth Ward. ...283 459 280 -OF FALL A D WINTER NECKWEAR In Four-in-Hands, Tecks and Puffs PIANOS. REID'S MUSIC HOUSE, MUSIC in nlmmbiit quantity, 11 nu quality, ;uul great vaiiutv A hi'auLilul stock of oOc Folios and Albums. Tho Inslriu'Uon books tlutt Notwithstanding tlio nniiuiinci' incut importers that ihorr will lie an .int-'i' of 11 oil) 4U pi r lit lo 1UO pi r ot'iit. on MUMIM! Mcr I'liaiiilisU our pru cs arc si ill Uiu >-aine, whicli customi rs till us arc lower than If on want a Bsiijoriiip, Bnnjo. ZiMirr, Anloluirp GuHar, Violin, AccoicU'on, I Iti mo rica, htiingH or purtH, you on 11 save money w tli Kiaiiieli BiK.li, Mehlin SOIH. Clnckcriiig At Sons, it Co.ami oilier Piiuios Kanaiul 
                            

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