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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1890. NO. 106. B UEPKESENTATIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NKW RULING MACHINE for ruling kimia of blanks the latent auditioo to he Department ol Company. K. QIPFORD, 223 and 226 Central Are. Artiftic Photographer gravng of Bublei a specialty. Sitteri- not wait tor innshtne except for HOOK BINDERY-JAMES IUVINO. Pro- prietor. Su. 18 K. Second street. ncur Bu( fctlo street. Dunkirk, N. Y. Mu Pamphlete, etc., honntl in all tly len. Onlct- promptly attcn 3cd to. AH work guaranteed. BURCHKU'8 CROCItEKY HOUSE, 303 Central Avenue. Wnoleeale autl retail dealer in I an ported and lomcdtic China. Glarisware, Ac. CHABTAUUUA HOTEL, per day. LiTery and Bouidmx Stable IB connection Victor KlOrr, 385 and 337 Lion roeu 1ITV BAKHEK SHOP W Chuu. Nuglc, Prop., Uuder Lake Shore N'olu.ntil Bank, corner Center and Third streets. A One stock ol foreign and .igiira. CABLKD FROM ABROAD. CLERICAL INFLUENCE ASSERTS IT- SELF IN THE IRISH Ql'ARREL. THE ENVOYS' DEPARTURE. j EV15MNU OBSKIIVKlt. Largest Daily in the Connty. An unequalled advertising medium. DUNK1UK ICNUINKERINU COMPANY. Forum ly Sallew It Manufacturers of Engines, Itudeiv, ihafting 1111 liters, etc. I'aitcrnu, Forging-. Castings, ami Machine order. 1 SHLICT 203, 205 and id, f Center street, ol iht 'Cromwell'' and "Uunkirk" liuiii) Dress blurts. On stile in all leuding furm-ilmiK. clothing ant] dry goods houses in Dunkirk. DF. TOOM-EY, 434 and Lion sti set. Dealer in Flour, Feed, -alt. Baled Hay, phatep, etc. Hstablunod, IflT. EKLK HOTEL, ami uinuij? saloon, Union Depot. Eaej ncccss to all trains and uieu houses. Beat accommodations (or Com nercial Travelers. Jonn J. Murpby, Prop. EHL.EKS ft CO., 97 and 19 B. TBird street. Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up- iiolstering. 1'icture Krainus mude to order. D. MATTBSON CO., 301 Central Leaders ot Fashion and Qonllemun Outtttterb. J AKELI. STKAJtt H BATING CO., anuiacturers ol Steam Heating Apparatus. aoilarr Plumbing a Specialty. L_j UMK STEAM LAUNDRY. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, lOc; Hollars, 24; Cuffs, ic, and Lace Curtains. Free Deliv- ery. A W. Cumimngs, 2U7 Center street IT 1C. OEHM. ifi. Tnirtl St., cor. of Buffalo Manuiac-nrer aud dealer in Fine Boots A Shoes UENKY WEIJ-EK'S NKW STORE, 103 Third St. Books, Stationery, Musical in- aud Weekly Papers, ind everythipe pertaining to a first class book store. 3choo.t Books a specialty. OB PRINTING ol every description and at lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and 10 B. becond SL JH. VAN BCREN BON, Fire Lite, AccutenL and General Insurance Deal- art ID Bcal Estate and Lonnc. 1'nritcultr attention paid to the c.tre ol uroperl; collect rents Ac. 219 Center su. 2ml floor. f UNUOK'S PHA11MAC1, 900 Central Avenue Headquarters lor Wall Paper Pa.nt Oils, Ac. llEKKTNS, J. W., i 209 Center street. Manufacturer and in BrulUw, Collars, Buffalo Hobnu. Horse OoverB Gloves Alittensmut Sleigh Hobja V> 8CHOI.TE9, f 17 East Third street, Fashionable Tailor, tieutlemen will And it to feeir advantage to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. PB. CARY CO., 3X3 Lion street. Ueneral Lead.Oils.Pttinter'a Supplies, Oil Cloths, Graik-te Ware. A special- ty ol Sherwii. Williamb Pa.i'tamt Monroe range. The MnJ.irlty of Hi. Clergj gldei Agilnat rmiiFll Lancashire Cotton Operntlien Thrftateii to Go on Strike. Another Expedition to SiMit After Minting IttiflHinn In Thibet -fSunernl Foreign News. IXHfDON', Dec. effect of clerical influence in the South of Jre'and is be- coming nmnifest in the inoreiwe of ad- heHion to the McCnrtby factiun. The j are more und more confi- dent, that their still hunt IB the winning policy, and tlmt Piirnell Is stronger now thnn he ever will be again; that his fol- lowing will yrmlually fall away, while that of his ouponentg will steadily iu- crensp. The p ople of South Cork have nsked Dr. Ki-nnv, their in parliament, wlio has been one of Mr. Par- Hell's mofit anlent supporters in the pres- ent liyht, to resign, as ho does not take the sumo view thnt 11'pv do of the situ- ation. This is u f'ntholic constitu- ency. Tho Nation of Dublin, which re- fused Mr Parnell's demand to withhold it-, facilities from the ejected editors of United Ireland, nnd allowed them to Ret out nn nnti-Parnell edition of their paper, is a Catndlie paper. Po far ns can bo learned tlie ma- jority of the clersiy that have taken sides in the contest are against rarnell. The difficulty overconiinK tfiis quiet but pow- erful force of the religious element will be a serious dniwhack to Pnrnell. There have been singular scenes on the I'anks of Liffey. Crowds of men and boys have been flitting in the stream for copies of tliu Bodkin edition of United Ireland which were thrown into the river by lipmhmen of Mr. Parncll. Every copy recovered is eagerly bought by some one to possess a memento of this pn- feiimr episode in the great, conflict be- tween the two factions of Irish leaders. The flounces of tbe McC'urtliyite-j are beginning to show an improvement. It is stated that the subscriptions from all sources now amount to If this rate of income continues, the immediate difficulties of the seceders can be bridged over. All the fine cotton operatives of Lan- cashire will uo on strike Tuesday next un- less their demand for an, increase of 5 per cent, in wages is agreed to. The masters havenot yet signitied their intentions in the matter. '1 hern ia a serious rivalry among the Loyalist and Socialist miners of West- phalia, the loruier opposing any exten- sion of the labor struggle beyond the limits suggested by the Emperor William, while the Socialists favor an aggressive policy aijainst the mine owners. A dispatch from St. Petersburg states that the Russian government proposes to send another and -stronger expedition into Thibet to ascertain, if possible, the fnteof the Russian explorers supposed to have perished In that country. Sug- gestions are freely expressed that the ex- plorers may have been massacred by the natives, tho Chinese authorities being much opposed to the expedition. Humor has it tlmt M. Kouvier, French minister of finance, bas ottered his tesig- nation to President Caruot, being im- pelled thereto by the antagonism of a ma- jority of the deputies to his financial plans. PARNELL HOOTED. R OLLNti. >uoh as blank-booki. all kinds ol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing 8 and 10 E. Second at. KITUOLPH MOLOENUAUEK, Cor. Third and Buffalo Sw., Dealer in Granite, Marble, flagging and Building Stone. Call on me iitfore buymn f oar side-walk. R ISLET CO., 7 and 9 East From street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies, (general Liquor store for SAM J. UlfFOKU, 301 Central Ave. General Insurance and Heal fcsuuv. Aiienu Fire, 1-ite, Accident, and Live Stock Insurance. attention unsn to baying selling Keal Ksbiw n BISHOP, Attorneys and Counselora-at-Law. Central Avenue. Uncomplimentary Epithets Burled at the DrpOHed Chief. KILKENNY, Dec. the train bear- ing Mr. P'irnell was Cork, Mr. Pnrnell addressed a body of Queens col- lege who had gathered on the pl.itform to npplRtid him. He thanked them for their sympathy nnd naid that he bud no fear ot defeat if the youth of Ire- land remnincd by his tide. The journey was without noteworthy ncident until the train reiiehed Athny, where the crowd at the station hooted, groaned nnd shouted: "To with Par- nell." There were cheers for the bishops and priests and cries of "long live Dillon and O'Brien." At several of tho other stations there were knots of people who cheered for Par- nell. Ilib reception nt Kilkenny was en- thusiastic. He made a brief speech to tlie crowd nnd his remarks were cordially received. 11 o will speak at Limerick to- morrow. The nuttcrfleld-MnrkK Libel Case. L.OXJ5ON, Dec. the trial ot the American companies' promoter. Butter- field, on acharyeoE libeling Harry Marks of The Financial News, Mr. Mnrks testi- fied that he had never promised to marry the widow Koppel, as asserted by her. He produced receipts for 11.000 which he had pnid her for tbe New York Jewish Re- former and other sums paid her He lind never obtained any of her jewelry. She had itiven him it watch that hud belonged to Koppel. He hud been editor of various p ipers, and wa- at one time a member of the committee of the OH Exchange The widow Koppel hail never threatened to brim: an action ngninst him until he left New York toward tlie close of 1833. n- c. JONES, A. 75 E. Third st, cor. Deer. txcelaior Meal Market. Fresh, Salt and smoked Meute, Lard, SauBagett, and Poultry. W ATCHKS, JKWELRIt, Bay tbe Aurora Kailroad Watch. R-spainng a specialty. Frank Stapl. 8S K. Third w Merchant Tailur, 16 Cciitral Avflnui- TAKE NOTICE. TII.T. VANDKRKEULEN has in his green housi-R cor. Eagle and 7tli street, a One lot o decoraied planu and cut flowers. All kind o fruit und oruttmental treed, shrubs, roses, Ac 1 Mil 25 per ot-nt. cheaper fur firat-claai stock than you can buy them elsewhere. ELYS CATARRH Cream Balm the Allay. Pain To Dr. Kocli'K Rcmod.r. BEP.UX, Dec. William Taltaval, of New York, who sail-d from that city Nov 25 on the steamer Rngia, having in care William Deiran, a consumptive niitient. has arrived here. D comes here for treatment by Prof. Koch's method, havinu lieen selected by Dr. rads', of New York, as a suitable sub- ject to test the efficacy of the Koch pro- cess. Defjsn was quite exhausted by the journey, and will rest- a few days before ing to Prof. Koch. Ho will probably he assigned to eiiher Dr. Cornet or Dr. Ewald for treatment. A FAinou-4 Sculptor Dead, l.osnox. Dec. the famous sculptor, died suddenly in his studio last evetuug. Pi-incest Jxmise culled early in the evening to inquire after some work and was horrified to find Boem dead in h s chair. Heart disease is supposed to have caused his death. He was 56years of age and had executed many works for the royal familv, including Htatnes of Queen Victoria aud the Princessof Wales. Hi ate Ihe Kmtora the of Tiute mad Three Wo mm Killed In an Explosion. PKSTH, Dec. explosion occurred In the cartridge room of the Zmradorf fac- loiy, in which is manufactured the new explosive, megatin. Three women em- p'.oyed in the factory were killed. Increased Duly Beeommemled. PAIUS, Dec. tariff committee hits reported to the chamber of deputies a recommendation for a general Increase of the duties on stationary and locomotive engines, machinery and tools. O'Brien, Hnrrlngton and Gill 8all for Europe. NEW YORK, Dec. This mornlnp; Messrs. William O'Brien, Timothy Bar- ring menis will be 20 cents cash, 10 cents in one year, 10 cents in two years and 10 cents in three years with 4 per cent, inter- ests. This will undoubtedly be accepted. Biggins Co. Mortgaga Their Property. NEW Yor.K, Dec. S. HigRins Co., the Brooklyn aoap manufie- turers, whose bubiaess difficulties were announced n f. w davs ago, hare mort- gaged iheir property to the amount of The mortgage was made for the purpo-e of obtaining money to secure th, bonds given by the firm to its creditors, Japanese Vlsltoro. CAr.usLK, Pa., Dec. Nito, the president of a technical school in Japan, Miss Studa of Tokio, Japan, and Miss Dogucre of Kara, Japan, visited the Indian training school here. Not Enough Orguns to Supply the Demand. J. W. Reid, the music dealer.ia having a barn built back of his store on the coiuur of entrnl avenue and Second -tieets, to use as a storeroom and repair sbop. He will also have bis store en larged as soon as possible, hy making an arch taking in the room back of the present store. .Mr. Reid said to the OBSEHVKH today that the supply of organs is not large enough to supply the demand. There is the usual demand for other in- struments, while the demand for organs bas taken a wonderful leap up. Mr. Held baa sold more organs last week and this HIBD in any coiresponding time e has ever known. All the organ fac lories are overcrowded Mr Raid tried in October to obtain an additional supply from one house, and the agenl I him that his factory could not ofe Jiver it until after the holidays. It had oidera tben for 10n8 organs, aud wan turning out twenty a day, but could not cati h up, and Immediaie delivery orders d to be refused. The report is tbe same everywhere. Mr. Reid said he could have sold two organs of a special kind ibis ast week if they could been delivered ai once, but they could not. As to business, Mr. Reid said that he bad sold organs in Ihe past two weeki- not only to Dunkirk people, bul to Westfleld, and Fredouia people "The good roads and weather have helped business." Holiday JExcnrftlon For the benefit of the public and the encouragement of holiday excursion travel, tbe Buffalo, KocLestcr Pitts- burgh Ry. will sell excursion tickets between any two stations on its line, at two (2) cents per mile each way for the round trip with minimum rate of 25 cents. Tickets will be sold every day from Dec. 23rd to Jany. 1st inclusive, limited for return passage until Jany. 5th 1891 inclusive. Holiday Kates. The Nickel Plate will sell excursion tickets between all stations on he line fiom December 23id 1890 to January 1st 18SI1 to return on any train to January 3id, 1891, at one fare for the round t ip._________ 3 on tbe Lake Shore, due at 2 a. m., did not reach hi're uniil today, on account of snow on the Cen- tral. Train 5. due at came at federation of express compan- ies hus dei-ided to discontinue the frank- ing of sample trunks, sample packages or business shipments of any kind. The privilege has been abused and the 'res- pective companies have notiSed their agents that infraction of this rule will be punished by charging ihe sum eva- ded against the offending agent. In consequence agents are compelled to re fuse to frank packages unless they wish themselves ersonally to pay for the transportation and the most exacting customer would scarcely aek that favor I of an agent. LIGHTING CARS BY GAS. The Siicoeuful Tent of a New Invention, The Mania Car Heating Company me making a tet-t of hn invention foi licnt- iugoars with pas. They have liisid up car witb the apparatus, and a td Ad- diesH wiih t-elf Kt.-unp envelope. Mm-. Kin. i Ji.m-i.Sviiilli Ili'ml. Ind. I'mpila- t.n of Hie r.iiiMiii "lilnnli uf It'iM-'n" far tbe L onip exiiHl. STOIlOAUT A. CO., B107th fee., WiihhiutfUin, D. c., opp. U.S. latentOf- llce 1'fitunts, (JuvcatH und He Issues secured. I'niile Mm All 1'utent buaincsif nunilucicil for uimlvraU) Fees. laforinuLlon, Advice ami Hjteci.il scntoii request. OA. Burbee Avifthen to announce to the iniliho in Koneritl, nnd paLroiiH in piirtic- itliu- tbal hits the for- inc'i-ly hy 11. II. .Millicit, M Knsl Third Htreeljiiiit fitted it up in III'Mt-dUM order, nnil is iH-r-imred lo do llrM 'lai-ljerliiff. 'i'liiiiiknij; fur pnst pitlron.iKe, 1 aohula Hliiire of the JuLuic. Heeueutlully, O. A.liUBBEE. HO tfl A MONTH can JJU TO working for I J'erHdiiM prefeired uhu can furniBh a KIVC lliuir whole tune to tlie Imsincttn. fcpure momenta may lie jiiolltftljly employed fttnii. A few rncuncii'Dln townsniid cities. It. Co. 2GOJ lliclimund, Va. JIANUKACTUKEKS OK m mi ----DESIUNS AXD ESTIMATES---- Fui'iiiBlied on iipplicntmn. Hard-wood work a npi-oialty. ZOJ OJSNTKAl. AVE. DOFT FOEGET That fei. HarrfR does repairingolall kinda.nucl as knives, acihaora, locks, keys revoivcrfi, gjuis sewing machines, carpet sweepcra, wrintcrs, 'awn mowcra, sleds, nrr- Jlling anil aeitmg ouwo in fuel mrnv t notherp mentioned. Give acall tt til MnfTalrt HiTPiit IDLE MONEY Invested so as to yield ten per cent, per annum. Capital can be withdrawn at any time. Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust, 0 WALL bTKRET, NEW YOEK. HODKUICK II. SMITH, Manager. Absolutely the Best, It is richest in pure cream of tartar; It is strongest in wholesome leavening power; It has the best keeping qualities and is the most economical; It contains no alum, ammonia or other deleterious substance. All the ingredients used are published on the label. SUPERIOR BAKING POWDER. Go to Monroe's and hear the Phonograph fSPAPEJRl ;