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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1890. :P HESENTATIVE L'surass HOUSES VNKV. ail k lie Bli. oraur. IliK SUJKX CO.. -Mi, OB ami Cc.ii i r iljin u( i f niriji. On sale in all iuriiiatii in LmnkirK, DF. anil LiUii ijfuUcrj- Kluiir, Feed, aU. iiiuc-i Uuv, Pti til. i.uTliL ami iJiniiiu' Lnim, Jj tuaay .iccuss to .iiJ trauin ;nui mio- .HU93 accuiutUioiiiitntii} fur aercja.1 rroiers, John J. Murijiiy, :t.t CO.. Jll.l K ubteniiir cuirc L'ramei fcl. I'll tjeulral .We., i-'.iblsinii .iiiii ijenlleiiien STEAM .iuirv f ;t STK.VM I.A Our upi luitics: .Shirta, llh-; Cuffs, if, L.iiu: Hirtaum. t'rou ary. A Luiitor -arcci. IT 1U T.iini du. cor. of 'ETV 4TORK, i'J.'i ok.i. cLaUoiiur'.', .Miibic.ui ta- ,t3jJMtlyaiut Weekly Pujwrs, yvon purrainuig Lv) .1 ilrdt oiusa iiO'.k jtore. iicmks a JOB PKIISTIXi u every'tcscnptlonaml at UlWoM 1-IltCI "IV S .nul ;u SU I H. 1 BIJIIKN A SOS, fir" :a Re... K-UiUl .'IU'1 Lu.'iiiti. rents x -I1.' Center :uu lluur. JOO Central Avenue rs fur Wall Paper Olia, Ac ..nttitwulcr in Harmon, Jnitles. Collars, Trunka.Wh.iiia, UuU'alo LUihu Horse wluvHs liitvenaumlSiniich 17 ICast Tlurcl atrcct, Tmlor. trtmUeraen will (lint it us c0 Ciilloa mu before g J. Lion street. lii'nt-Ru Lu.-iil.Olla.PnaiUir'B Supplies, Liotliti. Gr.ir le Ware. A speuial- auch la ledgers, lum ail timla'H ut Dunkirk L nnjiuny, l.liiil W li. autumit St. H Cor. Thin) and Buffalo Dealer in Grumtfl, Marbiu, tTiagginflr and BuiUtmg dlano. on tae ticfore buying your ante-walk. RjtSUKY A 7 and 9 Front WhiEty, Wines, Brandies, lateral Liquor atorc Tor Family ilae. J. UUTFoaD, J01 Central Ave. O General Insurance ami Seal Estate Agent. F.rc, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. Prorop' :ittcnuon ff.V3n to buying ind deiliiitf Heal Eawte, rt OWNE BISHOP, Attorneys and -2G Central .Vvt-nut1. 75 E. Tbnii at., cor. Deer. Kx.celaiur Meat rd.irs.iit. Frcah, dalt and 6mottM Muuta, Lard, dtiuHairea, Oysters and Poultry. W W JATCHES. JBWELBS, Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. P.eiwirrng spwmlty. Prank Stauf. iJ E. Tliirrt at X. Merchant "IB TAKE NOTICE. TH.T. hag m hi? groen hvnised tLuy'f .11 d th a ttiif o pianth.nm cut Ail kind o Iruit and mimmentu irt-t-s, ros-t-s. I sell -25 cent. chtvsjxT fur itock than V4iu win buy them eitrn ELYS CATASRH Cream Bairn the Niual Fukva Allayo Piii Htals tllr Soi es. Baatoiei tbe Suiuat of Tiute and Smell. _ HAY-FEVER A panicle is applied into each nostril and la Price 50 bv mau resioUjrart.iWclB. i LY BBOZHHilSpS ilroes. N us to believe that the changti is du to me treachery of IMr. ll'aiKtuni; and to the corruption ot the pur'y lo -.vno-e Buehiy he nt the last ban- qiii-t iii his hiinor. oniy a few montliH at'ri the TUCCU-S.-S of life, and who snick lo lna Ifii-.lur.ilnp to thu lust in.iml MI rbi' last hour it po.s si'nie'o iiim '.vthout the caiise 10 f.crt.iiu ruin. Let everv ii.nn a.sk wilether either of tlic-e ;.s the true t'rplaiiatiun of t.lic siuid.-n 'ind '.VM'ful or our cause. la .t IT -duaulc; 'hat, [la-.variieii convriii- ol twelve mont.is .iiro as to the p -.-Mile details ot" ,i fiitiirn liome riilu bill were .'lie. real moving cause why Mr. Par- -.tnves lo incise tile Irish people to dfiilly hostliity to the only party troni winch even Mr. Parileil himself can pre- tend to I'XiVKt any iiome rule bill .-it all? [s it credible thai lie lias ill of a sudden lost conipjencH in ihe tideiity of a puny .tizailist
U .'trer1--, e 1.--U--1 .v -.nuoseliiMl them not to -.Laiidou ,u thin hour of her' dire need beciiiiHe -'i anything which had to one 1-5.1 v-iiual. irreat hrcvny, yet n-iih r, .'-.I.-. Gladstone 1 tu h.s audience I that thfi nhta ning of nrces-iary .iiui pro-! leji-iiil: i.ir angiand was an) impossibility iiome r'lle iiim )se-i --a -ml of the way in a salisr.u- ..r-. to ihe Irish people. j to the hundreds of "i-hool fachers other' iu Vrupturn Xew Yoik. The popular Erie Hnil way hna arranged for aiich a for ['ecembcr -Slh. the day utter Chi ISIIHUH. The r -uti: will be via Erie -mil Leiiijd Valley, Phila-, delpbia and R. luilug und 15. nnd O. R.'s. passing liirouLfh the cities' of Plnl- Southwestern the old board of direc tors was elected with the exception of Andrew Langtiou. in whose place E. R. j Spauldinq- was chosen. The Eric is eracting a new coal trestle at Salamanca. An soon as it ia compleN ed the Carrollton trestle will he torn down and the timber used for necessary improvements along the western divis- ion. It is tho impression in New York that a general manager will be appointed for tne Erie .lyntcm, m charge of transportation, and for the present no seconil vice president This, however, has not been fullj determined so far aa can be learned. Whtit IM Now In Footwear, The OnHBUVEll anked J. Q Baker, the i'loedeaier. this morning, if there weie any holiday novelties in hin line f business. He said that slippers wcro the only holiday goods in the line of footwear. CJuitc a good many slipper's are sold for Christinas presents. "A novelty in Mr. Baker said, "is the Suede kid slipper. It ia decorated, and for evening wear is very pretty." Ia ladies' ahoes one particular novelty is in the corksoled shoe of which a picture is printed in his advertisement. Cork in put into the sole between the layers of leather, to keep the foot dry and warm. A special fashion next aprinir will be clothtopped ladies' shoes. They will be introduced at that seaaon. The common color will be black, hut ladies will get tops to accord with their dresses. Both narrow and broad toes are in fashion, Mr. Baker said. The ciilly" toe, a narrow one. is fashionable. Patent-leathers will be in style, aa ever. Election The W. O. Stevens Women's Relief Corps, No. 53, elected the following of- ficers last night: President, Mrs. Ella 0. Carrington; Senior Vice President, Mrs. Marietta Gilibs: Junior Vice Prssi- icient, Mrs. Harriet II. Wilson; Treasur- er Mrs. Made Taylor; Secretary, Mrs. Mrs.Mary Rob- inson; Conductor, Mrs. Jennie M. Clem- ent; Guard, Mrs. Isabella Brittou; del- egate to the State convention at Buffalo, lira. A.fj, Clem- ent. Dunkirk Lodge, No. 440, D. 0. H., elected the following officers last 0. B., John Ratha; C. B., Andrew Wal- ter; Secretary, August Voss; Finance Secretary, Henry KokemiHer; Treasurer Fred Blumhagen. Funeral NuUoei. Died, at the residence of Mr. Fred Hahn, 516 Canary Htreet, laat night at about 8 o'clock. Miss Mary Schultz, aged years, 2 months and 15 days. Misa Schultz was sister of Mrs. Fred Raha Sr. Funeral services will be held on Sunday afternoon at 1 at the house and at o'clock at the Lutheran St. John's church.the Rev.Mr. Reuckert of- ficiating. Died, this morning, at half past two o'clock, Mrs. P, Scboltz of Sheridan. The deceased was seventy years old, and leaves a husband and aeven children. .Notice of funeral hereafter. Bern! Tranifen. Ransom P Cowing to Flora Wicks land in Lakewood Herman Hotthouae to Aibert Dancott laad in Clymer 42700. Ora D Sabin to Aaa Clement land in Hanover 8150. Fernando A Ford to Jf ellie A Hart ndelpbia und iin'iimore. gi and tt-mrn same route Thc to be only F.ir Wurklng the "Chanso Rat-ki-t." BnooKLTN', Dec. H. Liuk. a plumber of Paterson. N. J., has been arrested with two other men for working the 'change racket" on store keepers. Clevk Bookman iiienriiled him as one of the men engaged >tt the rob'uerv of tram the Twenty-Sixth Ward bank. Hiiclmrd, iieiul phy- ar F.-'I.I in .il. written a ir riL.' pro- -t. n c i :t! c made public ,u ,.e --SH of Professor i.s..o i-jtn-'ly for lulier- K h to inoculate any "f ins owa ihe lymph. Wi-t-sth tin the Krie Railroad. X. Y.. r.cc. was a week on the Erie railroad near Owego lust niiiht, by which Ira Camp of Owego, the mail asjent and a trainman, were seri- ously injured. The mail, baggage and press cars were derailed, but the fonr pas- senger cars did not leave the track. SIO.D5. and to reiurn by Sow York City, three dollars additional. Tickota limited lo !en days. ihua affording ample time u> virit -ill the beauti- ful cities. The excursion will be in charge of J. 0. Prescott, excursion man- ager of the "Erie." Pullman palare slecpingciiis and day coaches will run 1 through D Cupiiai f'ity without change. 1 Reduced rites have iiecn secured at ho- tele and private boiirding houses in Washington. Piiiluinn -ieeping ear berths must be s-ci-iirrtl in -idvince. F'T tickets nnd fnr'hcr 'U'cr'uation. rail on 1 ticket ngents i.f tilt Ei ie Ra'lyay at 'once. 'Ihe train will leave Dunkirk at 3.13 p. m. To-Day'3 Seceiveti oier C. Tor-iur'a W n-. Wheat, Open. .lui'i Com. St.'; 53 M J Panlkner to F J P aulkner land in Harmony Ira D Faulkner by guard, lo F J Faulkner land in Harmony Silua L Derby to Fred L Anderson land in Carroll B. W. Culling to Lewis Cutting land in Stockton, life Lester Hkirmer to Mortimer Francis land in Portland VQuO. L C Jewell by sheriff to Merza S Benjamin land iu Dunkirk George Adams to I G and A 9 Adams land in Mina Thomas Wellman to Moore Smith land in Fredonia Julia Ann Allen to F D Shurpe, land in Hanover Franklin, E Louise, Geo A, Sarah E, Anuon J, Frances andJeffenon Green and M L Chace heirs of Lester Green, dec'd to G. and C A Pfaukuch land in Mayville, Jeremiah E Jonnson to Frank H Johnson land in Hanover, J3S20. Jolin A Waterhoase to Russell Water- house land in Fredonia, John Lang to John A Lang land in Dunkirk, Selina Crosby to Jennie Chapman land iu Harmony, Frank and Josephine Heary to Jficho- I las Schanck land ia Dunkirk, I Clarence Miller to John A Miller land in Sheridau, Kim Ira Packing House Burned. ELMIIIA. Dec. X. Metzger Sons' packing houao was burned. Loss, tSO.OOO; partly insured. May TiirJi. May.......11.t> Oil 11.10 Holiday i The Nickel Plate will aeil excursion tickets between all stations on he line trom December 23rd 1890 to January 1st 1891 ta return on any train to January 3rd, 1891, at one fare i Eor tne round trip. Mr. St. Nicholas, Santa Glaus, THE ERIE STOKE! He has only one Headquarters, and that ia here. The many advantages gained at thia home make him more and more attached to it every year. Here ia the Biggest and most complete Stock of Toys and Children's Presents that you'll see anywhere: Mechanical Toys and Engines, Dolls and Dolls' Furniture, Carts, Wagons, Sleighs, Toboggans, Dot! Carriages. Cradles, Trunks and Bedroom Seta, Guns, Drums, Gamfs, Plush Goods, Toilet Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Rocking Horses, Rocking Chairs, The most Superb Line of Silk and Linen Fancy Handkerchiefs and MufflersforLadiesand Gentlemen. FancyBaakets, Albums and Scrap Books, Jewelry Ribbons, Etc. lEIRIIE The present U. S. Govt. Chemist says: "Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is abso- lutely free from ammonia, alum, lime and other adulterants." We have the largest ment of Patent Leather Shoes in plain and light-colored tops, band and machine sewed. We carry a complete line of NET- TLETON'S Fine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and stylish ahoe, toy a pair of thia make. You will like them. Our GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress, in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the best shoe for the money that has ever been of- fered to any trade. Come and examine them for yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street DR. KENNEDfS PAVORITE REMEDY PURIFIES the BLOOD ASD IS RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS when all other remedies the only positive cure for Dyspepsia, Constipation, Liver and Kidney Dis- eases. Thousands gratefully testify that Dr.- Kennedy's Favorite Re- medy has Saved Their Lives. To Motliers and Daughters (even the youngest) Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy Aas Proved a Real Blessing. bottle; 6 for All Dealers. "A PiKtLT bmatiral lllnitnted co Oan> all Blood and Kidney rinniii free. Addrau announce tn tin, pulXin in general, ami patronn in pnrtln- ilnr, Uml In' IIIIH piuTlinhi'd HIM Iniilitinic bir- MI-I-IT ncnitpiuit liy It. II. Million, .IS Kant LMum fltUMt it up m orrliir, and IH prupamil tn ito nrnt-rloHK barbcnnjr. 00 tn .UU 10 K for pttHi pmronnpe, si ihu O. A.UUBBEK. MONTH nan ba Iti irorkmg for tu. f-an furnittli a homw ml thiitr wlitile utnn to Uia biwInoM. inmnctnU mnv IIA pndllAhly cmnloywt 11 HO. A tt-sr vm'.nnrius tn nml cttiec. II. iiKon.t Co. UnmniU. iiichmond, Va. IDLE MONEY [nvewted so as to yield ten per cent, per annum. Capital can be withdrawn at any time. Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust, WAiX STRXET, NETW TOKJE. UDDIittlCIC H. SMITH, Manager. A COMPLETE LFIfE OF Silnr ffiirs! SOLfD PLATED. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, LEATHER GOODS, CLOCKS, ETC. EBADQTJARTKE3 ARK AT C. C. FEUTOID'S, 364 Main St., BIFFiLO. VY. CHAMBERS FRASER. TAILORS. Room No. 6, German Ins. BTg, BUFFALO, N. Y. FINE STATIONERY! --------A SPECIALTY AT-------- OBSERVER OFFICE. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures NEWSPAPER!
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