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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 8, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. HEP BESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES: DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1890. B OUTCAST'S PLEA. NO. u. FOR SUFFERING IRELAND. NEWFOUNDLAND, DESERTED BY THE MOTHER COUNTRY, OF DUNKIRK. A RCT.LNG HACHTNE Tor ntlina .ill ilium nt blanks us '.lie latest to Mcchauir.al Departmental Ditncirlh Printing Knooka a. th. D.tor of UnoU Sam', Mart, With War.. In Han.l Homing In Hand.ome j THc -.-----r- PHILADELPHIA, XOT. meeting I here luat night at the Acadcmr of Manic by tha IriBh leaders was very Df TBE BUSGESS WORLD! HOME NEWS. An tncraaite n( tm tho Lalm Slum th BB. GtFFOBD, 23 ami 285 Centra! AVR. Artuao Photographer Instantaneous rhotograpiiB of a aeeii not wa.t for fmnnimu: except tor 8rNBEKTt-.Jy.aEa IBVIS'J. I prsetor. it! E. iwium! street. -.rreet, Dunkirk, N. V. r3, P.i.nrXilew. etc., uoiiml .11 ,nl a-icr p.nmpUy .ittcn'lw! to. All .virk Mitthor Republic York i bo ihe ClHtrluutlne Outre j GomiB. NKW N'ov. Evea Thomas rhe Produce Exchange has j lent ortlc-iai letter tu Blame reciprocity with Newiuiiuiilaiid. i iriit-r thiuga ilr. Thomas writes: j proposals made by tile British ijov- I jn behalf of the colonial govern- j of Regard of Krpo the Omu- In All Octnlirr Foreign Heavy Tile B1 CKOCKKKX HOUSE, "JW Central, and retail in lie ported anil Jomestti: GlaMWare, Ac, HOTKL, Rales, il per Jay. Uvery and Boarding Stable m connection. Victor Riiler, 335 and 3S7 Lion street. 'ITT BARBER SHOP Cnas. Prop., Jarter Lake Shore .National Bank, Center anil Thin! atreeu. A tine uJ anil Domestic successful, Tha crowd was large and the' All gectioua cat.. v t, v K Suppli- j euchusioam great. The applause first' I, .ilr Kxchane. for the Product. broke out when Mrs. Parnell walked npon the stains and took her seat. The tumult sccasioned by her had hardly died away when the entrance of Governor Beaver, accompanied by Messrs. Dillon. O'Brien, Harrington, Sullivan, Gill and O'Connor. the signal for an outburst ohat shook the building. Governor Beaver took lie chair, having Mr. sullivan on his right hand and .Mr O'Brien on left. .Michael J. Rvan' .._ of the citizens' Committee under .vfoundlund for a reciprocity auspices the meeting waa held r.he Cnited States. been i to tbe foot of the suge, and amidst loud cheering announced that the governors Of Vermont and Georgia had authorized the addition of their to i the committee of governon. j Governor Beaver then Introduced T. P. i O Connor aa the first speaker of the even- O'Connor apuka for an Some four Weeks ago delegations from the Broiliiirho n! of Locomotive Etiain- i and iin: Brnt.liorb.coil of Locomo- i live Firemen ted Cleveland quietly present olaima to the Lake Sliore -The bhngley left port this after- j Railroad man.weinL-nt. CPEATED NO PER-j 'The Packing biew out of the hand- DfoT'JRSA.'.CE. j hoies in the st Barber. Scully Jc _ j Company's mill this morninij. 1 until noou noon With country j urougnt to I.UK attention of the board of of the New Yorls Produce Ei- j eiijiuse. rhe macter waa referred to a who made investigation among merchants who had beeu engaged in the rade. ccjiuuiitr-ee. in viewuf information received, reported In favor of reciprocity Xzw Tone. Nov. !J. Dun Co.'s weekly review of trade _ "The report from ail show i liar i.iisiiicss is and cottuiia m ueiphijt riuii.-. i.he rr.uie: the. n liiaue weaker nu trade in r .Lr'n ci at ir at C JlXUX'U U'Ui St. LIIUIS mat i it ia nour and remarks were frequently la- at D chan 4 .1011 ..s but :e ii Ju.il-. at flan i. '.nullah iodurh .114 dull: and m-ro is neaitiiy activity. Xo at Milwaukee; at Omaha and a memo rial to the atata tlepartment of ;he ihe nar-res Sherman and i: star f jr Cleveland. The Sher- man will be left there, and ihe others w.ii proceed. concert by the Schubert Quar- tette ai Uniou Hall on Wednesday night shoulit he aiteudtd bv who loves beautiful music. .Such an en teruiiimem .mould nut go by unuL-anl. Hector.-! Chapter ofr4t. Johns at Mrs. ing'- residence Monday evening at o'clock, to complete arrangements for their booth at thu liazar. A full attendance is requested. -The Bryant aud Saville Burlesque Opera Troupe played tu a large house last the gallery. It waa a clean and generally well ren- dered performance and ahould thev Several import- EVENLNC OB.SKHVKII. Daily in che Cnnnty. An unequalled muilium. I D Formerly .-icilew A --ianulaeturers nt EnipnKa, Umler-, Snaianif Hunijersj, ate. fatternn, Caatinsa, ani: Maclime W.irk M inter. SHIRT CO.. 2W an. i '-enter Manufacturers .f and "Uuiistirk'1 tieriect miiiK try in j tries uf the large traiie in breadstnffs and i provKiutiN iim.-8 che abrogation of the aa- CHl.ed treaty: that it ia be- Sieved this could be restored by a I proper Irenty." i ih.e of American flsherown i to bny bait, etc., resMi-'-. I'X'iie proposed treaty. biu littii: Xewfuuudiiiud codrish i-'im.-'i in rhe United States, the business ia increasing and -oiu-i-e ui 'revenue through the dia- :'.....fs-'fmi.ney -or labor, frfiahr- distinguished j Inshmen in thin city they had collected over ilH.000. The Irish leaders callud' P upon Archbishop Ryan, and his eminencs was in one ot tha boxes at a of ami sit ha ia weaKer uei-p ,.j Bessemer in weui.t-r :u PS D antl busier ia flour, Feed, _r'i :fjr nanii ling mei-chan port. Large qunntitips forward to '.ills port ipiacnt u> Europe. Brazil. A DEATH BLAST. Blown to Eternity by the Promatrtre Erplonlun of a Shell. STATES IHI.AOT, y., Xov. 8.-Shortly after J o'clock yesterday atternoon a shell in a basemenr of the lower fort, ar I-urr, H adswortb, killing one man ami mjimiiLiiour oihera. The men were at '.lipping shells, which consists or -uuihern, and .b.rrg, but at are return here they deserve a much larger j ii-crs of ladiea than waa .seen in j Memphis l.OOO tue audience laat nitfht. The per- formance of Harry Van Auker was the i best ever iten here. J Erie Dispatch was cailed up ou Thursday night by telephone from Dunkirk to test the Ions distance line otined and the purchase of the i put into operation. The Dispatch emnlovw.a i Allegheny m.lis by the Carney inters were received and tran- l of "'e ara ,n mined with correctness, and it was just us plain to understand aa thouirh 11, .01- and .Jin for nentr.il forije for rails is -inuar-1 -auih .More inquiry ant meetings weru held with cUiHed doors and few persons were aware of the presence or object ol' the visitors. During the weeks that have intervened the negotiations were continued. At no time was a threat of strike made or. everyone thought of. but the determination was there and a pn-vuii.MJ amnnu thu i heads of tile road lhat .siioli an event j was imminent. The statement that an appeal would lui made to the directory had its eiftfct and no appeal was made, i The lose cutiaeuuent upon a prolonged i strike would in various ways be im- I mense and .some were advis- able rather than nuch risk. The papers presented by tbe delegation were asaiu taken up and discussed in executive council. Then the delegates were auaiu called to the general offices. Prolonged iliscussiun followed for .several days at n lime. The demands of the men would be considered, but they could not be to the extent demanded. Certain reforms would be granted, but the en- tire scale could not be accepted. Finally i satisfactory compromise waa effected. IB aald to have an important influence on the market. rr.ule in October wiil .stirpaaa that of a.uv month in rhe historv of tne crn-.ir.rr. exports from New York show 3 gam of 48.iKW.OfiO. indicating an r HOTEI. antl umiiiK Saloon, tl Depot. EiLHv acceaa U) all tmina anil RIB aOTEI. ness noHaes. Beat accoinuliHtatlnriB for J. Murphy, I' A CO., LJ SI ami -H S TDinl jtrcet. J-'.ae t'Limirare, Cannet 'A'Are L'; Lf n.4TrusoM CD., Wl Ccnlral A7e., Fasuiou ontt (ientlomen utuUttert W Ontral America and other point.-, and if. by the removal of duties up. n unporrfitjons from N'swfo.jndland of pr tisiieries .and maim- minerals the bunleu neces talking with the centra) office ia this several classes and the general result will be an increaue. Firemen who form- erly received 31.B3 per day are granted placed m position tha powd'er'exploded tne shell. city. The lone distance line wili a great convenience to rona who will use it. HoBSELLavn.i.E, an increase ot'iu cents, making 3L.35 prove I Engineers who received will now the many pat-: receive 70. H. S. N'otw. was about to be com- The L.at shell _ _____ iti-i ir-iir r.> our bonding laws could i PIetetl llnd Nathan Chapman was atand- IM removed so that this through j m.frnnt of it when exploded and ho greater i with jjreut force against Mil ,'O''U1 handled with ____ ;y, porr of Xew York would be- 'val1' hls lieiug broken the for the 1 a'xlomen was hlown away. He waa 01 Lsiand of Newfoundland. w'len picked up. J.ihn Davis. J. J .-icilitien ws can furnish for George Heierness and D. Coot trade of ;be merehanta of New- i were in the casemate at the time, li.ind -lie Closer will twcome onrcom- I mora less injured, but they wera !.-i. and ihe their waik L0 the .hospital to have any month. The heavy excess of exports helps to weaken the rare of exchange, the great depression in sugar trnsta ban much influencp. hut the shortness of crops and the scarcity of money for specu- lative uw are sufficient causes for a reac- tion. the great !n Biilinga. for 35 years superintendent of tne Pullman Palace-car Company, died if AKEIJ. anulauturers Steam Apparat i -.aniuur Pluinbmy a apet'-mitv. j orjJC i __ 1. 'ilr snt'ciaities: Fine -X', C A -V. ip.Mi.ini! otfi-red greater advant- iproiii'y. ahe woui.t become a for our ureadstlltfs aud y not, obtainable strength of the oi-ttnmziitions at che West tends to increase. "The money market hers has been at-.ive at about -j per cent .At. Boston the market is strong; at Philadelphia at a to 7 per ceiit.. with a large demand for disconnta: at Chicago with an advance in rates aa u, the cans, of the .'xpl'oVio'n' the tightness beinu due to -xpiosion wui be mcrease of business, and at St Louis market is strong at T to S per cent. their wounds dressed. i to cans held to-day. An investigation the R3PUBLICANS CONGRATULATED. ihirt K. OKH.U. nor. tl ami in r'ia EK3KY WEDLEK'S SEW STORK. IDS t. Tliirl BiKito. .Suiuunerv, Mtioical raper.- -mruuaiui; .1 aril OB PKI.NTlXi I H. V.-IL.S SON, Fire I ONROii'S Paper Pjunl Ona, ilo-State Cmimiittva Savn tho Xov. last, nitfut .111 ad- i >t tbe-tats con- :hvm up.in rue of .a si'iu; of the exertions of C'iuiir- -he Demonratii: .'iud his prfseuce m the says -lie renult is rhe in- ,i The McKlniey bill and tlie "ii President- Harrison, .ind 'n ;u rav )r of American -is iubsvantiiii rhe oirrurn v-'is t.u: lea-.iing i.-siie. Like the Dcmucratic: cnmmit- rhu erlicienr. Cervices of. -.'.ii Brioe. esuMiaily in the close and state that his more of an adviser and raiher than a dictator, a term Bn.ly of Mary Doyle Found. J5TSAOI-3K. X. Y., Nov. S.-The remaina ot a humim hoiiy were tine out of the niins of r.he Leland hotel yesterday. Onlv t-he skull intacr, the bones of the j otner parts .jf the lying separate an I a The are supposed to i be t mist: of Mary Doyle, one of the ser- vnni.s me horel. from the position on I tne It, ia believed :bar. tha 2irl i miimir from rhe tiro in her Jiner rne rliimes ours; ;nto her room. A small tufi of hail- was ieft uniiurned on i tne back of her bend. A stock company j with the ar its head, -is lieinz j formtrd to erect H tire-proof horel in the i northern part of the city Orleans reports an ea iei- market, but at most western tne demand is sharp wrnle outside of such centres the market is Business fniluraa occurring rhroiighont the durina the past seve-i number for the "nirwi States lul. and :or Canada or i tor.ii of as -.-nimarRi a tot i! ,-if at his home ou Center street in this city this morning after a brief illness. The Lake .-more Railroad Company is experiencing trouble with the o.Oiiu mile books furnished at 2 cents a mile. The photographs are changed by process wh ch ihe scalpers have am! others used than that of the riuhtiu owner of the book. Commercial: Eleven members of South Stockton P. E. club and one of the Centralia members i.pk. For r x reapoiniinii of last year rbe ii wereUBT. ia Umed -rates :md Lttnauu. rhe a the Dominion at WOULD Joseph BENEFIT ENGLAND. tu Commit Himself. .isHlNii-ros. Nov. Noble yesterday refused ru commit himself rs- ;iie puiiiished statement that he wouid order a ii-i.-ouar of rha population .f X.-.v Vork city. Thu 'o Erie Herald: and Erie'3 The EDITOH you wii indti.ge me as one who bten catitjg tne circulating of petitions rela liue to auiendintr our City Charter, ihail feel tfratifletl. I fail to uuderstanc some contend, how the corporations paying nearly one third of the six mi'l e well known pitcher i tax would he exempt f-om taxation favorite. "Jock" i for the improvement of our streets who twirled the horsenide deceptively j As I understand it, tbe ..city levy a genera tax for sireet intersections and city property. Would not tbe corporations pay the one third to this Why is it '.bat the streets differ for the Erie Baseball Club last year, has would have been offered good contracts with the Ene. Jainestowa and Bradford clubs, but has not signed with eirher yet. His Erie frienils hope to see him remain here next year. A stock company wili control the Erie Ball Club next year. Erie will be repre- sented in a strong league. Seariv ail the members of last year's team are anxious to sign for nest season. Cnion Meeting, The Baptist, Presbyterian and Metho- dist churches will hold a union service at tbe Baptist church tomorrow evenine -I fund? i so greatly from our sidewalks People owning property on corner i are compelled to make a walk nn both sides while they may nut have occasion to use over one third of M more ihan once a year. Tiie city comes with I its general us. this same corporation 1 paying the one third of the same, and puts down the street crossinys. Sun- pose that the city iinoroves enough street to require the full amount or even more mill than is tax to raised by pay for the tbe street city property. How KHItHl by it Train. i ASEFORD JtrscTicra, N. Y., Xov. i Geonra EalsT-esd was struck by a passen- i Official frram MUitconain. MILWAUKEE. Wis., Nor. 1-Offiuial r- 'he First district yesterday on at Pitrsbnrg railway last night about a mile i dem- ov-er 3- A. Cooper, rep. This leaves east of here and badly mangled. He waa i onlF one Republican congressman in Wis- brought here and physicians summoned, j consin, in the Eiahth district He lingered :n agony until 8 when i wno naa about l.O.K) majority and Bailey, he died, A coroner's jury has been em- j Democratic candidate "threatens to paneled. _ make a contest. The legislature will war governor has a majority of 30.UOO ships wiU sail hence on che Ilth inst. _ There have been a large number of deser and HI. Brfda Chmjrm! tions. no :ess than twenty men having Nzw YORK. Xov. 3 -Mr and Mrs within three days. The men i ley dined at Delmonico's W. -venSg the do not seem to care to go to Bermuda, guests of Mr. Hurdett-CoutM The Packets are scouring the dty for the da- plorer. his wife and partv aftarwari at I tended the Garden theatre where thev is it then? The corporations do not at i o'clock, "ioungmenare especially come in. What would be the difference invited, aa the meeting is gotten up for i Per30DS improve the street in front of their benefit. Pastor Eddy, of the Pres- ihe'r whether they own 3 byterian church, will preach. A large j someone'dl'e to'wa'll on? attendance is hoped for. Everybody i This beins? the argument some haye that welcome. i persons not owning or using horses -----------_---- I should not be compelled to improve the A few days ago an Arnot man present- i slrest. What is the difference, if a per- ed a bill of to the county commie- 3OD imProves the street in front of his siom-rsand demanded paytne'ut, savs the whethe1- he owns a horse or Wellsboro Gazette. The charges" weie nut- or be compelled to lay sidewalk for tor nursing his father while sick wi h someune eiae to walk on? The writer lynhoid fever, and after his deiuh for believes that this subject should not be "digging urave aud hauling him t.' irrave i as a personal interest to anv yard." the coffin beine furnished by the one tne interest in geneiaf. neighbors. The bill as paid. The i V.V e cities where dre starts some ciaim..nt is a .-trong and able bodied ia a worthless old stable. To hut it is said he loves whisky too well i tbe city at large it becomes nec- essary to blow up ami tear down a building. These things are done re- Reported Fail DmlBd. X. Nov. Marshall Cnsh- ins, private secretary to Postmaster Gen- erai Wiinanmker, telegraphed to PhQ- f th' re tor the reporad failure of John tha So zrest an amount of mortgaeed Kan- sas farm lands has come into the hands were and cheered by the andi- i of the loan companies, that the Syndi- e reoort. whatever California Solidly SAX FHA.VCBCO, NTov. 8 -The Renubli the enrire sSte ticket The onlv places were the result is T in oubt are the First and gional The hava named tae other four. (Additional Teiegrapluo Sews on Srd page.) gardiesa of personal interest, but for the greatest amount of good to be accom plished in the end. What ia good for gate Lands Co. has been formed for the purpose of cultivating or disposing of _________________I not improve with flrst class improve- I mEnt three of our main streeta ihcir en- In an address to the orlds Fair ex> I tire length the coming season in place of cutive committee becretary Rusk said! one or two blocks? Give us "ood that in his opinion a great exhibit of i street, that willjmake work for every iood and lood products would form a one and business booming. Hurrah for most popular and useful department, i Dunkirk: AllAsrs MONTH can le wnrkniK lor 1'onnna pi-nlcrrml wliu >..an lurninh .-l licii-nu unit tlli'ir -.vliuln to tha Spare nuimunu may be pralltnlur umiilnycxl A Ik'w vncaniriuft in townH ;imt ciueh' H I'. JohUfcon Co. -.MOI Maluku, Bluamunu, Va! A.M2HICA3 BLOCK. 396.-'402 Main Street, BIFFiLO. Y. AS TO THE FASHIONS. Some are burn achieve fashion, and othrn have faction tliruit upin quoUi diaries Land, when tailor brmujht him a emit witfi a vfl-oet collar and him "every, body velvet collart nota." It ia to be in fashion if yon can. It is almost as easy as to be out of fashion unless you ara indifferent like our friend ,T who. as a genius, could afford to We have the largest assort-j be 90- inent of Patent Leather Shoes! From fus ymi CM newest fashions in dry mods, in m plain and light-colored tops, that pertains to ladies'wear. Hii.-h an iiand aad machine sewed. etc.; in terior house decorationH. The newest ami Winter styles TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and shoe, try a pair oi this: are in 'l" A --T-- T-. derful lot of attractions nake. You will Jur GENTS' Aiui bargains on like them.-.every hand. D Call: If you want a dress, here are fashion- "5flOe 111 Button and Congress, able fabrics- from the worid'.H centres of broad, medium or and bargains in- -oe, is the best shoe for money that has ever been f !f WHnl tredtoany trade. _ Come and examine them books.i, come w as an.) sec the fashiono tor yourself and be convinced, i write, and learn what is fashionable in weariuir apparel, in bouse fnrnihhintrs mil in luer.-uiire. Don't wait to 'Lmgt upon you. You can SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street irsuiinK here, and We solicit corn-suon ii'v: fai-hion by i it -t-asonabiy. am about any- thing m our line ot Sampien are sent freely, .lutritH answered in- stantly. Contrary to the rule, von Qndslioppinu with us (lirouiih the maila u great success. 'RV THE CCB treat. York. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, oar GOODS CARPETS, .'j BLOCK. BCFFAT.O, 5. Y. Baking MAKES Ttf fl SAW Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures INEWSPA'PERf NE WSFAPEEl   

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