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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1890. REP HE SENT A TIVE CJSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. A NET? RULING MACHINE all lilunksi- iha (or rnlmir latest ivutltloo u, he Mechanical Dunkirk Printing Lompany. D R. GIFFORD, 225 and 225 Central Are. ArttPtic Photographer Inetantancniie rnotoyrapns of Buli: need not wait fur Mttiea. specialty. siUBfame except FOREIGN" ralWng the district. NO. 113. his adherents PARNELL REFRAINS FROM USING ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. He Himnolf Cnnfldent of Victory El.ction Great Interent Felt In Lomlon to the KB- O'Shon 'Will Sprnd tho Win- ter In ilcrlmmiige at tor BOOK BINDERY-JAMES IBVIMO. la E. .-hjcon.l street, i I'r.. fiio street, bunkirkT "NTT.' MM BO. PamphJeU, etc.. taonml in nil itvien. Orrlnr- promptly .itten lei] to. AJ1 work jrtiaranteeil. BUKC'HEK'S CROCKERY HOC.SK, 3U3 Centra! venue Wholesale and retail ilealnr in 1 Jomestic China, lilawwarc, Ac. ported un.i HOTKL, Uuies, II per day. and Bouj-dlng stable m connection Victor Bidcr, 386 anil 337 Lion reel BAKBKK .SHOP 'Jhtui. NiiBle. Prop.,
il reutb 'ily Oenter it., SON, Kirp Llle Dei ntl tlutir. VI eacral Avenue or Wail Paper Pa.nt Oils. Ac. (leiiianiis. A- this seas..n or the ve-ir thia is el cii-d to nieaii neti-rit of tae men. (J .-h-a spend tlie u-in'er in Par rhere s..ems mm-ro he no iionbt that the ditlen-nce in i-eg-iH to her .umi'a "st is in t ie way of iunicabie settle- merit. .Mrs O'M ea i.emg n: PO-.M.SS.UQ of amnle funds from some other source j The Emperor William is .-md to con- tempi.ite mak.mr Alsace-Lorraine a nrov- i nice, notonlv separate, but to H degree autonomous, to he ruled by a princp of the house of Hohenzoilern. Ic is anderstood the matter is now discussed by the cab net and a pian may not im- prouably be submitted to the reichstag which bodv, under imperial direction, has control of the conquered territory. I Conilemiinl for Killji Dec. ii R. ham. M. P. for ljin.uk null. i im vvru.ng m The u-i loo.l for I tie SUIT FOR VALUABLE PROPERTY. Portion of rue very i P.KRKLN9, J. IT., JOB Center street, Munulaclcrer aiiudualer in bntUea, coUars, Truukii, A'hipa, BtuXalu Hobtj- luven AiilUiiiaauil-aluigll itob-? Hurre Ouvent A I" Kut TUird street Tailor. Gtiutluineu will it u tnor oUvauuge to call un inc ueloru purcuiwin, olsewnere. B. KASIT! ft CO., 333 Lion street. nrrlware, Wtun: ULl UluUlD, linil.-Ui iVare. Aaueclai ly uj anerwiu Pa.-t ami Uunnwraaxt DLLNCJ, ju ulant-booki, ami 01 bluulu Uoce at Duakirtc Compiti S 10 Second st. RDDOLJPU MOLDBNU.IUKR, Cor. rinrd ami HuiTalo du., IMnler ID (jraam-, ilarule, e Buildiuij aluue. (Jail -in me i elore your aiile-walk. buytaf K CO., and 9 Sast Front street. Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store (or tT J. ulJfKOKU, jui Central Ave. O vmucrat Inbunuice and Heal fc urc, Lue, AcclUeut, aod Ljve uuuraaus. rYuuip- anenuoa xi'3n M) buFink ud aeUlug tteai f OWNK BISHOP, eutral Avenue. C. JONES. 75 E. Third at, cor. Ooer. Meat Market. Fresh, Salt anu tlyatar. ATcmca, i Buy tbe Aurora KailroaU Watch. H-uainng aapecialty. Frank i. atapl. xinl at MOCREK, Merchint Tailor, DOFT FOEGE1 That is. Hams repainngolall Jtnivea. scisoors, toys revolvers, gna, maclimcs, carpet sweepers, cloiBi wringers, 'awn mowers, slots, or taellas, Oling and aetunj sasrs in lucl minv things aotaerc tnendongct Lip: a call ai Ul niitTaln street BEECHAIVTS PILLS (THE 8BEAT EHGtlSH REMEDY.) Core EZLIOTTS and Nervous 25cts. a Box. OB1 AXJL REWARD! WE will the alxive rewaM tor any easi of L.ver Complaint. Sick Hesdachf Indigestion, onscipatlun or Costiveness wi eaanot cure into West's Vegetable Liver Pills waen the ilirecaoi.a are strictly (xjmphed with They are purely Vegetable, and never fail B PTC Sugar Coated. Large oratauimg30PiUii.aeenta. Beware at conn' scrteizs. and toutations. The freroine mAnu- bv JOUS C. ADDRESS BY MR. PARNELL. HB DenonncoH Hill Opponent! iu Tralt- orons KH.KEN-NT, Dec. 22.-Mr. Parnell nnd Candidate Sculiv left. Kilkenny at noon yesterday anil drove in a cnrnase accompanied by a long procession of oara fllled with their adherents, to Clarp where they found a Hennery meeting in progress. They nliirhted near the clinrcu and begun to organize a meetinK in oppo- sition to the Hennessy [jathurititc. Father aisn came up ut once and informed Mr In Texan City .if Chlr.u-n. SAN AST'.vio, Tex., Dec imimrtant lvj.il case, has come to 'lere m which the riu'ht .uid title-o portion of-he, city of Chicago in tne vi- cinity of Hi-nnepin Park is questioned and claimed by heirs m Texas. R. L. Siimmenin, an iittorney of tins city. worked up the case and will leave D.-c. 25 tor Chicago to push the cla.ms of his client. The property claimed ia val- ued at about S20 1100.009. The story is quire romantic in Its de- rails and it taken mure than n year's work to complete the chain of evidence Ihe history dales back to the time w the PatiowHtunue Indians owned present site of Chicago. A Col. Holiday married an old chief's diiu.'hter who w.-ia possessed of much at this land. His Indian wife willed the prnp- eity to a granddaughter, wife of Col V Guiseite.a prom nent banker ot Corpus Christl. Tim heir uied in 1S64 without issue. The property had been in the ry i (KM i .leant, I. f.iunphere of bilv r Creek, ml was of .irms, U. Harrington of on in- Hrst M. of G C. L. Wheeler. t hi-nv reek, second M. of G., A. H. We.st Viiley; jeniinei. iS ijiiiiimei. Unj.iklj n: pirket. Charles ir 1 X.inh Coliocton. En 0'i.n Mirroi B. Til.; opposers tn n r and of .Franci-M o, face and necit. buried ilbout the gers nad a narrow ic 'n ed. T v o fii'-n I'll! 1 1, t. n i iT'i" ir o-i i uv, en >0 ieir clotiimir. anu 'heir ie about Llie Mis. Fritz w us .u.so arms. All the I es1: ipe from do if h. vnen the Parneil that these were chapel grounds hamls of attorneys who, the late and no political meeting couid be held on WUI% 'angled the chain of titles and -old them. A farmer of the neighborhood dis- the property for taxes. Recently how fUted the assertion of the prie.st and de Darint; Train SET. Ills.. Dec A d inn2 robbery took niace on me nortlihoimd Decatur and Evaiisville railwav tram whicn paused up at o'. lock 7es- terday nioining. Ac the water t.mn i mile snntn of this city, the tram was cut j in two and the engine moved ahead 10 1 take water. While ihe cahon-e was standina still two men. both masked, en- i tered it and tired two revolver -ilioiq over the heads of Conoiu-tor Hampton and his braiieman, compelled them to throw up j thf'ir hands winie one of the robbers robbed them of >M and rheir watches. ]'iote Fredunia and .Ie u.-, an ayainst tue oject, uei laiiny that the people in plains -ire tiaiily burdened by tax- aiioii. Ir -.vuiihy i E note that in the i-e of Fiedntiia that if incorporation -ml "iiin.s.k LS (he kiud of trouble t ml inakcd townh gTttvr and prosper rii.-re an elduriy fanner now living n lew miies .south Binrton who spent ii'.s beat days m .-.inclairville, owns prop- eily tuere now ou which he paya mcor oration taxes, goes there often, ami is ttioronu-hly conversant wiih ail that is ,'oing on. Ue Jeclaies that the place is iletter than it was before it was incor- oorated. although it 13 not what it "efore tiie decline iu dairy products. It has suffered as 1Mb every other place YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES. They Hold a Cnjon .llBellliB tliLi Cily. Thn tfare 'yoiini; people's sooielie- of the Bnptiat, Methodist and Presbyterian churches came together last night for a uniiiu meeting, fur ihe puro-ow ofdrnw- ing closer together and of in creasing the interest and eulliusiiihtn of their mem- bers and of Ceiling clearer and brtiudcr idene of their The societies nr.' the Y( iinifPBiiple's Sd-ictius of CliiLs ian Endeavor of the Pre.-byteriau and Baptist cliurcbcH, and the Epw rlh League of the Methodict. Theie was a InrgH iitteuihince, Three aildre.sses wen- delivered. Mr. Herbert H. Clnre nf the Methc.dist chuich i-puke on the church uf the future The c'hiet difference he noted in H frurn lli.it of the preHent was its Thi; Rev. .1. J Keyes of the i-hurr-h wis the next. He spoke of the iiamu.s uf the societies-what End. av.ii meant, unil I hat League mean1 a joining togi Iher fnrsomeliiing. Then hu spuku it ihe i of 10 years, 9 months m.d .1 dnyi. The news will be received wiih shock by a large circle ol' friends. Then Borrow will be the deeper, in tint it the second affliction of the kind w-hii h Mr. and Mrs.Robarta have suffered with was I in a few month-, and thiit it leaves iheiu childless. Tw i promi.-iuij sons have been lost to them within a hiief perio the country ttepenHent upon and they will have tbe -.'rente st aj t nit industry. on ami incorpor.ile j thy in this bereavement" Roy hall been y-'iir 3nid tie to the writer a day aick of typhoid fever only ten dnys, mid ihe fact of sickness even WHS known o .two ago. -It's the best yon cm. d 5 ou II have belter alreela, better w.iiUs, and it will be belter for all ccm- cet ned." that the laml was private propertj- and thnt Mr. Piirnell must apeak there or the people -would make trouble. fermn thnt the feelinn of the crowd was m Pnrnell's favor. Fmher Walnh re- t red together with Sir Thomas Esmonds, M. P.. and borne others of followers. Mr. Pnrnell then addressed the meeting He s.ii j i hough he did cot have tne 3np' porr. of all the cler-y, he had no harsh words for imy one nnd hoped that tne people Tfoul.I listen to ihe priests rever- ently. Vet they should lernemner that as lavmen ihev could not admit the :o absolute nils in the matter of elections. Mr Parnell denounced his op- nonenrBin the parliamentary party as traitorous mutineers, who were guilty of enguiiinif tno partv in a tea of trouble at rhe critical moment when the shores of v.ctory had I een in siyht. He alluded feelmg'.v to his poliiical career and ap- pealed to his heareurs to sajr whether he had ever done a ivthiiig wronij to ihe Na- tiouali-t policy. fCries of "No. no From flare the Parnell party rode to John-well. While Mr. Sculiv wus apeak- mg Tirnoihy Harnnirton appeared on the siene nnd received an wel- Pie made a speech mwhuhhe -aid his colleauues in America led ray by me-snges received fiom tins siile which i_'ave a distorted impression of the situation. Mr. Parnell also spoke. He reminded tlieelectors thnt they were fighnug En- jlish -tatecraft wl.icli sotuiht to grasp every inch ol ground that Irishmen sur- rendered. Hi- appealed to them to snp- Jort him .ind not leave Ireland to the in- ..ip i..l i wno were ti to step into Ins iioi-s. Hiv opponents him eietted an ami- be good-hearreU soul as their would licnre well at tea pa, tv. but ho cut a r.nciiloua figure ihe U-.nu-r of ,i pout cal p.mv .ney niso elme.1 B ,o mmittee of .-lit ot.K-r men. He kr.ew and hecoul.l ntanii-.-say unit if lie thou-hr would b: in .rjjr bands He would have cheerfully ste-ned a-sidc, but he knew that it would have for the cause rown or itosper under them. He had faith m Kil- cenny's decision, but if the result un- avoruble lie would not be but would hold uloft the uuul every constif.iency in Ireland had spoken. Mr. Parnell returned to Kilkenny last evening after a hard day's work iu rauk ever, Attorney Sumtnerliu learned of another branch of the family and located i all of the heirs in this state. 'ihe chain of evidence IB perfect and already attorneys m Chicago have been heard from who willing to compro- mise liberally for clients. A Platform Cnl lapses. ROCHESTER. N. Y., Dec. Ji-Dnrin? n public renpjir-al of the "Messiah'1 y.-ster- 'lay at the .T-linigton rink by t he D pliitforra mi which were the performers irave bachs orchestra seated abrtvit of for Bilrr.iw.' Captare. BIRMINGHAM. Ala., Der. 22.-A partial settlement of the rewards for die capture of the tram roblier, Rube Burrows was made here Sa urdajr. J D. Carter, who killed Burrows, met the officers of the Sontnern Express company and was paid The express offli-ials will consult 1 John .McDulfie. who assisted in the cap-1 ture of B.irrow.i. tieiore they pay the balance of their reward. The United Slates government's reward of and the rewards of various states have not been paid. Carter will be cripple for life from the effects of the wound received during his fl-ht with Burrows. His left arm is paralj zed. way, lettins over 100 people down. Several were somewhat cut and l.rnised, one lady famtina imd another becoming delirious from fear that her dan ..-liter was Otherwise no great dam cqe was done. A Conilcict.ir aced 36, former'y i Fitchiiurg Rai.road. coniiinrtfd TUB January number of the Cosmo- piilnan will coniain [lie first of two purls of ihe ne v novel by Mrs Van Renseal- aerCruger, wliuae "Dipl mui'd Diary" and "A the latter flr.sl p.iblii-hed iu the Cosmooolitau. exciieji i much comment boih in ihie country and in Europe. She ia undoubtedly the most inien-stins personality who has appeared in the literary field since the e ,irce of Amelie Hives; but unlike M its R.ves. who WHS brought up amiitsi the C'liuury suiround'ngs uf a Virginia home, and who was a girl in her teen- to only a few The funeral wi'l be on Wednesday at 1.30 o'clock p. from tbe Baptiat rburch. Obituary, The remains of the 1-Ue Fayette Jack son were taken to Ellinistim on Decem her 18th The f-meral services were held at 3 o'clock of same day at tin M. E. church. T e UHerment took nn ucide bv h m been for years a leader of New York hanging to a bedpost yesteid.iy afternoon'. 3 r'L''3'- lias "-pent a couple of win. Pnmenijcr Triiln Derailed. SPIRIT LAKE. la. Dec. Wash- ington accommodation tram on the Bur- lington and Cedar Rapids railway was derailed six miles east of this pluce Of the six passengers in the car four were in- jured, none seriously. .Mrs. Rose Ifotticrs ar.d (even the Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy has Proved ir Krai Blessing Si.00 bottle; All Dealers. "A Fvinr o Ciac .ill Ijlonfl ,-niii Ki.inpv Dihcufces OR. DAViO KENNEDY "co'iiHQRATiQM w -rr SOLID AND PLATED. DIAMONDS, "WATCHES, 1 JEWELRY, IE iTIIEa GOODS, CLOCKS, ETC. HEADQUARTERS ARE AT C. C. PENFOLD'S, I Main St., BUFFALO. S. Y. CHAMBERS FRASEB, TAILORS. >.Room Na 6i German BUFFALO, N. Y. W. X. Y. P. K. B. Holiday Rates. This company will sell return tickets at one and one third fare hetwe Brocton and Buffalo only, December 24, 25, 31 and January 1, 1891. Return parts of tickets good until January 5. MA.VCFACTUMEKS O1T mm DESIGNS AND EhTIJIATES----- Furntdheil on njipln-.-uion. irnr'i-wnwl work a speoiulty. -Ml CEXTKA1, Go to Monroe's and hear the Phonograph MEWSPAPEJRl
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