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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N..Y., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1890. B HEP RESENTATIVE CJSINESS HOUSES NO. OF DUNKIRK. 4 MACHINE ruling the latest addition to e Mechttaicul Department of Dunkirk Printing Company. W ani1 m A.TB. Arflnue Phntoyrnphur [natanuuieoiu "J ?uble9 Sitters no., wa.t (or mnahmo except for LlOOK Pro- T> pnottir. No. 16 E. Secuoil afreet, near Bnf- lau. jtreel, Dunkirk. N. T. Mn- 410. I'nmplileUi, ate., boun.t 111 ill styles. Orders p.omuuy .'ttum.leil to. All work yuaranteeiL TERRORIZED SETTLERS SEEKING REFUGE FROM THE HOWL- ING REDSKINS. Inteiuw Ezcltem.nt Exlatn ID th. Country DLtrtot. oj to Bellev. Anything Aboot th. In- diana-Tile People Clamor for Guns Or.lnr.-.l to the of Outbreak. MA.VDAX. N. D., N'ov 19.-Every house in the LS full to overflowing with refugees from country There, ia intense excitement m tin- countrv. Set- are prepaid to believe anything about Indians, because of 1 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. A Uuraorial to Graot PropoMd. Report of Troiutury Operatloaa. WASIILN-UTON, Nov. an interview published here Sen. Edward F. Seal of California, whrf waa an inthoate friend of Grant, propones the erection of a magnificent memorial to the distinguished chieftian, Co placed in this circle .south I_J and K Ttiir-l utreeu tula Furniture. Ca'-mel Waro .mil Up- Picture Fra aeb made to order. MATTESON CO., HH Central Ave., Ls-uicn ril Faalnou and Gentlemen Oullitters. loverument takes immeihaiesteps Fort Lincoln, every Indian comma into the cuuDiy will be killed. Nearly a hundred settlers were on a tram ,ast nijrht from West End county to Bismarck for safety. At Glraul- len, torty milus west, turned out masse, throwing up cin-nlar breast- works by moonlight large enough 10 iret mro for A supply nlics were to ,'iu-h rhe county. I elennims are roin.ntr in constantly for ot animunitiiin. telegram rnccived by a cori-i.ipiindent Sulem ,tati-d th.it I5n rnuiaiiH -oulh of thin point and die pwipu- ,ir.. i-Iamorinu loriiiin-, ami powder A iiiiuiiierut .li-t.-rniined men bent on f town tbu Indinii-L-nmp.-d on i lie Indians n he peiiccaiile the ommc aaloon. Union was ,i hand WHre having a dunce, uia.uTKj nmht hidwnn. Their sh-iekn coul.i be heard for miles. While rhe cx- dremeut. in (own us bec'iiuai the preseiiL-p of iilniity m sjuiis a'-iuit in the. country 1H worse th.in e'ver is cinisi-.l hiricp.y iy rii.i -nsolBii aien.u-mu; ,n ,lt diuiit travel, 11 j Iliiough. AiT'-m umi. ,or .il.irm, liuteM-ryhuiiy bi-hevos this is buiicinnbe to that nn- they have become, in the opinion of war department offii-iala, unnecessarily aiarmed by the demonstration of the In- dians, and have given out to the newspa- pers an expression of their feara which it believed will prova to be iU-foimdad Hida were opened yesterday at the treaa- m-y department for the joiner's work on the public building at. Pittubnrg The tonk a wide the highest being and i he lowest. Woods. Jenka '-o. of Cleveland, PARNELL PLACES HIS FOLLOWERS IN A RIDICULOUS POSITION. Tha Irrttatefl Their Chlsf for Hi, Assumption at Innocence in tha O'Shen Kpi.i.i.U. Curlodlljr Aroused u to How Mr. eiadntonn Will Treat Mr. Since the Soandal Out LONDON, Nov. 19. The Nationalists' chief cause for irritation against Air. Piir- nell from the fact that he allowed to place themselves in a position which now turns out to havn been a ulona oae, by plrdjjing themselves in sup- port of his innocence at the time when rhe uf the O'She.i scandal lirsr bccan to be circulated. They now aruiu- th.tr if Mr Pai-nnll did not intend ro defend him- self in rhe courts, bur to prat-ti'-.-illvai'in1: hia auilt, he have given hia t'rn an intimaiion of what was Emergent Communication of COMMON COUNCIL. etula to come, so CONGRATULATING PATTISON. alt. liaie.1 Hay. driving here, deferi tx-I i-Msi.l.-nr. Clevelund Exprmom lii-lir at the Formnr'a l-ucceiu. Nrjv. Hl.-It, having i-u that ex-President Clevel.-ind ad to conitrntulate (lovernor- that they could have begun to pooh-pooh tho idea that hia private life hud anything to do with his political leadership, and tnr.s prepare thu public for the attitude which are now forced to take, ant which involves a complete aomeriault from thcii- former position. It it known whether Mr. Parnell intends to be m the. house when it meets on Tuesday or not. Many believe that he will postp.me his appearance to a later less conapicuous occasion, though ic will be rather singular for him to disobey 'Us own in which he dwelt ipon the importance of every Irish mern.- bemu on hand at the opening There is ureat curiosity to see how Mr Rladstoue will treat Mr. Parnell since the icnndni came out. The Globe declares that thu Grand Old Man will shock the public if he continues to display personal friendship for -'thia two-penny Don Juan." However this may Mr. Gladstone in said to be much de- pressed by the evidence in the divorce case. Although the scandal has been a matter of public gossip for months and Dunkirk Lodge. So F. A. 31., will beheld on Friday. November 21st at one p. m. for the purpose uf attending the funeral of our laic brother. Win. A. FOBS. By order of W M. MetnbcrH of Sister Lodges are requested to be present. attractions al LhuL'ity H.ill thirf evening will be many Besides the. 'landng in which all olil ami youm' are asked to participate, there will be g-on j following street an acting charade under the direction of 1 y B Kin Mrs. Gushing and Mrs Bean. The cur i T! tain will rise about mne o'clock, t M.. Maunion! will be uprvotl during the Ad- T' mission 10 Hose Company No. I of the most popular of uur com I The Common Council met in regular session on Tuesday night, Mayor Book- ataver in the chair, present Councilmen K'.nhuven. Stiiinm, Wager, Jones, Mayo. The minutes of the laat seasion were read and approved. Mr. Wager (on behalf of the Finance panics, will hold its twenty-fourth an John Rogeiitine.. Dennis Bontley. Hun Lehun I'. Connors T Welck lerry Anglim ual.ball at the City Hall an ThanUhgiv- Fred ing eve This is .1 good year for balk M K. McDonough .1 MoJN amara I- rank Emery and thib company has made meutsoaau unusual anile. tta iii-ramie-- It deserves t i ibis bands oi lu rii.it rh. J j AII.ELJ, STEAM HKATLNti anixuicmrers of steam tieatiiifr 'anilarv [Mumumij a apeulaity. r Fine -ill.i-LS, luc; Oollard -uffd, and Lace Uurtjiiiia. b'rce Deiiv A W. -JUT Ce-iter direct. i J OEMM. E. Tinrtl st., cor. oi r arid dealer in Fine Boots A duo evcrythirg pertaining to a Ural uliuabuok tore, acliooi Uouks a spiicialtv. nnnif rates by UnnLirk I'nntmif Onnpany. a and 10 E. seciinil SL THE INDIAN SCARE. Hold i'.l. ihiii-on. k tn ,n I .It [ill- Oil tin i rom Xio- Fort, ii ro Pine Da- Out ,ti hi OMAHA, ycb.. Fort, Omaha, l-'ort H Nell and n DIH- tt'1-.M-ll. V I- h, honl the Indian.-, in In-ck fihl-Ji- Lioscbutl ki.i.i irnu I' 'ii K.itfi'i- and f.icur. Woodruff ot tlio Dukoia ysterday moriimir irom a ten days' tnn from two ot Im-ffL-r Indi-ui Mon- tana Lieut. Woodruff suv, no immediate trouble is and that the vi.it of Gen. had much to do to quiet the excitement, of Indians. When asked atmuL the ,-d danmr at, Alamlan, LII-HC. Woodruff said th.it city was in no more danger .rom the Indians tha P.ml. liKhl iipim voureleeiion us governor of Penn- I have felt the Interest in your -MIB and h.ive -ij-mpathr with the people there, confronted thoy were iv.in e-erjIhinn that wna bad, and an.l by a pariy i-lalmini} an uu- OI-IIM: nu.oruy the votcre. It wemert to aiu ilia1 tin- e'runtion iviu, 'umost pitabie and thai Iliu -itniKife b, tw-eea nulit ,md wrouif, ai -iucii .iddh, 1101 to hare been forced uy UHt when ,t came, precipitated by the arro- niinee ur imisa .iceuaiomed to deceive and be- irav the pentile with impunity. I ulmoal held bre.iih. u, in AmerU-an eitizeu proud "i In-- (or the people's and ihnt thay had IUM theu-luv.1 tor homaiyandriBht. l'ie ,ind I am now jlad Hun Hie and wrouif -II e.e.u-ly. 'Hid thai Ihl3 WroilB 3U im- rh.j banner under which 1 w ml l.i rhank you. aa i citir.oii aa uno I i ,1' tlir rllc; ifiillant light yniitnade trying And I anUer an is St JBL BUKKN a SON, fire Accident ami General inauracoe. ars in Reul Etitate and LOHUH, uaid to the care nt uroperly colk-ct- Lilo, ng re aon imul :uuxc. illi Center at., -ind Uoor. ONKOK'S PHAJUtACX, uencrnl Avenue liMMtquarusra lor Wall Paper Pa.nl. PERKINS, J. i Center street, AlaiiujCacturer and dyaler in Uarnciia, Undies, i.ollars, Truiika, Whips, Buffalo Horse Covera Utoves i} SCHOLTES, I 17 Kaol Third atreet. Tailor. Gentlemen will riad it tt Uteir advaiitugu U) call un me before purciiasiui alHewhere. i> B. CAHV CO., Lion streeu (ieneral Hard ware, Wtuie Luad.Oila.Paiater1, dupiiliua. Oil Cluthu, Granite Warn. A duecial ty diierwiu WilbamB Pa.ntand r.-injfe RU1LLNG. d all kmda ich :w blank-books, le ol blaulm doue at Company, 3 and 10 K. decgnd SU KUUOUPH Uor. Third and UutTalo S Ueaier ID dramte, Marble, BmiuinK atone. Call -JQ inu your am; buying 1.-.LEY A CO.. Cl and U Front atrcuu Whisky, Wmes, Bniudies. wneroi Liquor Store tor Family Cue. ROBERT JIcKAV, i-iou street, near tho depot. Boarding, Sale, Fc-ed .-nul Liverv Sliibli Sta biij} by the day or week on reasonable terms. J. OIFFOKD, 301 Central Ave. I0p O Genera, and Heal Aieui- Fire, Liie, Accident, anil Live dtoct Lnaurauce. Promy attention to buy, 'j- C. JOSta. 1. 71 K. Third cor. Oeer. Exi-ejior jleiit Market, fresh, Halt and .nenta, L.i--.i, Bimoasca, Oyster-) ann rouitrv VV ATCBKS. JEWBLBT. Bay the Aurora Hailroad Watch. a specialty. Frank F. 3tapl, ss E. Thir Invent l-jate Koeh'H Hemeily. NEW YOIIK. NOV lU.-Dr. J. H. Lindsay, wlio clmrae of the patholosical and AT. ijriailHtone, accoriliiiK to h.s cluse prints allutied to are excluded from his HbrarY. He a man of the most strict ideas m regard to fiimily obligations, and the O'Shra trial hiu come on him as a new and painful relation in reference to Uie man for whom he has grown to feel a personal us well MS political admirat.ioa amounting to more ihan ordinary friend- ship among public men. It is needless to -oy rhut rlie attitude of the rank and nle of. the Liberals toward Mr. Purnell will be largely .shared according to the cue. wiiiuh they will take from .Mr. Gladstone's i..initv me.i.cal stuff to visit Berlin and I .il.vervarinn.s on the experimental treatment oi by the Koch merho .ail -rom York to-mor- roiv Uu h.is been inairiicted to make the nud mmiue observations of th" Kuril method and its- results and for- ward hom Perlin iinanti-ies of the un- known lymph for application i here m cases Sitppnxxl Goods Found. e that th ltini. --tei Indian- at ron Vai del he.l a triilor anil I been Moie'i i'roiii in from i bold t.1.- ivfre louiiii insulted ar wai Russian polici amciiil and struck mm down with a baton he was carrying. She was not arrested. The Do-wiitrer imil mother Duchess of Tuscany ot the Ardiduke .foliu (John is ill. to the un certainty as to of her son. horse aud wagon nii diaries reported ta have of Colin. Wam- wholcsate clothing hou.se, ycslenlay morning by the 1 soldie tnmu-h iro hen- way to rh it is said there v. .11 be -J. lo-day. The CopyrivTiit Elect line au" !lrr'fen'5-- Fort sean-h in his own o-vner aftt-r an all barn. The ins masier. ami a t'nenn of the tailor who rhe horse, raking in ice-ie of exmremmit and oops on baiui DO i drove the steed homo. The clothing was XEW YI.RK. olTsi i-r- w-rc eli-i.-t.-i! tenl.iv .11 the .V.meri Rudslcini. MASDAS, N. D.. Nov. 19 easy feel- ing previili-d here yesterday because of the rei-emt of arms and ammunition by the ciLizt-ns. Six mounted friendly Sioux have been sent to patrol tiie border of the rese-vation. Settlers ara still coining in from ail i ivnoiions. The gravest fears are euti-rt uned for the safety of the settlers in the soutuern part of tne state. to the accusations made against him. Rouvier retorted that he I to answer the accusations. The minister further stated thar he had offered ou a previous day to make an mime I late reply to M. Laure's imiuiry, but M. Laure had refused to accept such a statement, and the government, had therefore, decided not to ucnede ro his present demand. The de- bate waa finally adjourned for one month. The sub-committee on tariff h.is decided in favor of raising rhe dury on salt meats, beef and onhai- meat iii to 27 francs. Forife- Smith In the Tombs. XEW YORK. Xov. Albert Smith, the foriccr, fraudulent prac- tice-, thi firm ot' Mills. Robeson Smith, ot which be waa a member, was ruined, wa.s arraigned in the Jefferson Market police i-ourr. yesterday. He was held in ilU.OUO bail and locked tip in the It L> probable that his bail will be in- creased. A Mnr.lercr Sent to Prison. PLTMomi, X. H., Nov. M. Shaw yesterday pleaded guilty of the murder of J. M. Emery at Wentworth, N. H .May 19, 1890. He was sentenced to fiiteen years' hard laborin state prison. Tlilrty Famille. Starving. DUBUS. Xov. the regular meet- Ing ot the Schull union the board room waa besiegc-d by thousands of small farmers aud In borers imploring the authorities to jive them food or employ- ment Many pitiful stories -n-ere toid by thu sufferers. The Rev. father Forest of Goleaa informed the board tint thirty families in his parish wers attfrvmir, and waa obliged to assist such as he could out of his own scanty means. A deputa- tion of the directors of the Schull and Skibbereen railway asked the board to re- quest the zm-ernment for money with which to extend the line to Crook Haven and build docks. Refrained from Kentinnlng Parnell. LOSDON, Nov. Granville, one of Mr. Gladstone's chief supporters, de- livered an address at Alton last night, dwelling chiefly on Irish affairs. It was noted that he refrained throughout from. alluding to Mr. FarnaiL and with the net Christmas ijoodti ar- riving daily makes hia store veiy attract- ive indeed. He is uoted for having the largest and finest stock of Perfumes in tlie city, as he buys (Sl.lO.OOl One Hun- dred and Fifty D liars worth of Laz- ell'd Perfumes al one puruhiui' -m as to get tlie jobber's discount and therefore can supply dealers at the lu sale rates. He also him a nice assort- ment of Eastman's, Palmer's, Wright's Seeley's and other perfumes. Overman, the engineer, and the dredging contractors are about to engage in anoiher right, similar to the one they had about two yearn ago, when the former claimed that the Lake Erie contractors has com- bined for the purpose of ranking the government pay exorbitant prices for necessary work He haa rejected every bid made by the cuntrru ton, and noli fled them of his action, at the time them to make other bids. Mai Overman asked the contractors lo bid on cubic yards. Of this yards were in the eastern section of Maj. Overman's district, comprising levelaml. Ashtabubv and Fiurport. The western section of tin; district com- prises Toledo, Samiiisky Huron, Loniin and Port Clinton. Ln this, section there yard? to he Major Overman claims that the contractors have aga.n entered a combination to chargemore fur government ihan private work. The contractors deny tin's, and aay that while they would d.) the work it for 18 cents per yard, they would not take a coat met for either Ashtabula or Cleveland at Ic--. ihun heir bid.-, which were; opened a' Clr-ve- and twr> week-airo. The diffe.ren.-e i.. beprici'is dueto tbi- hirae ainouni i.f to be dredsiKd tax. Accounts were presented and referred. Mr. Flah iven moved that brick aide- walk on corner uf Second and Deer, also that on Lion street between Fifth and Sixth, be repaired at once. Carried. Mr. Flahaven also moved that dan- gerous crossing at corner of Beagle street and Late Road be repaired. Car- ried. Mr. llayo uioyed that sHewalk on north side of Front just eaut of Deer be ordered repaired immediately. Carried. Mr. Jones moved that holes on Lake roiul between Roberta road amlbridge on Middle be repaired with lake gravel. Carried. On motion of Mr. Jones, two bridges on Seventh street near Deer and near Buffalo were ordered removed. The matter oC the petition of the Pos- tul Telegraph Company for right to run west whole- ita through Dunkirk was taken up. The Council decided to meet at the corner of Lion aud Third streets at ol) p. m. today, as Committee of the Whole. The Mayor read the following: Practices What He Preaches. (This is 1890.) DR. MOTT, late U. S. Gov't Chemist, says: "Owing to the purity, strength, effective- ness, and constancy of compo- sition of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, I have adopted the same for use in ray home." July 23, 1890. Diy Goods and Carpets. We have the largest assort- ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, hand and machine sewe.d. Dunkirk, November WWI. To the Honorable the Cnmmon C-nun. cil of the City of Dunkirk: OeiHlcmen 1 hereby tender this my resignation to taue effect on aud after date. iniMy appreciating your friend- ship and past favors, and thanking vou kindly lor the samp, I am Truly Yours. J. A.. UCUBSK. to I'untonn who KIVH tlnur wluiiu momenti' may alwi. A few K. Jolinwin A .-an (uniicli ni, to b -n l-iwim Minasn. B. Va. here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about any- hing ia our tine of business. Samples are sent freely, queries answered in- itantly. Contrary to the rule, you will find shopping with us through the mails a great success. IDLE MONEY Invested so as to yield ten per cent, per annum. Capital can. oe withdrawn at any time. Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trustr fl HTKBET, NKW YORK, BODEttlCli U. SMITH, MaiUMn-r. C.C.PEN FOLD Manufacturer anil Importer, 384 MAIS ST.. BUFFAiO.rN. T. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DBT GOODS AND CARPETS, AMERICAN BLOCK. 196 j DEA7.KK IS Diamonds, Watohes and Jewelry, Leather ENGRA VtHa, GOLD if HIL VSR PLA Tit, A coupr-KTE LrxE OP BtrrFALO, If Tl. I MAIN BCFFALO, N. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures 'SPAPERf
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