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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - January 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               1838. LION'S I', r r-nu nt. --ring r I n 1 i lev "'i mm v I'-pe l.i i k, i% "t n t ,.lioce. Vo. d Robes, kittens, -ES. WHIPS. NKIHK, N. J 1864. TERS, KETS, RT'S f CHIMNEYS. Terra Cotta f enter St r fcAffleAftad rcl of Re- oats? iMBING .Vices. inp'y. rday. Saxisage, Bananas. Celery. US to build i ho VOL. XIX. DUNKIRK, N. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY NO. 134. REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK.. ]CI MACHINE Jor rilling i- f uikH M the latebl ainhlion to M t Iii p irtinent nl i klik Printing Com pan ,v H K 243 and 225 Central 11, I'hoUitfrapher Inauiutanoous t nl tt specially vsait lor eunnhinc except for .IIIIK H1NUEKV-JAMKH iKVINO, 1'ra- I. i, r Ib fc. hcooiul atrcet. near Buf- imnkirk, N i Mu- i, i iili u. i u .Iioun 1 in all Btjlm Orders pr itu-ndtd to All work guaranteed. ,i KCIIKIfl CKOCKEBY HOUSE. JJ jus Cmtral Avenue. j, ii -alt an 1 retail dealer in Imported and 'ion I" I Inns. Glassware, nusnucvs R'l UOM'll, M I) anil till gcon oilld. mOntrul AMIHIC, I'jon'adiug Btoic Office In urf StolOi to 4 and 7 to 8 p m Sundays, M 0 to Jo '0 a' in ItUiiilein c entru Avenue likphoni all. So Cal'H ma} lit liTt at Iwns Mini. store, mj lit or ila v, ttid will be proinpth ilc liverul anil uUtnilul to SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT naive ilivi foi tho iiuitfiini i ii, 1111: uitj in 11 ii ii in cvtrv in t 'mnutiniim SniMiior I'lnn run I ill i >l HUM VllllllHH l-VKHKII BIKINI. n fi'l Westi ni N .JtlMainSt Hiiflnl N It von want a profcHsi mal jrn Ii in i ml llorlst foi in nniiiK vnur tnis nml m KardciiF and paika, Ifullanil hmih i I-n h h rnodtl, nntc 01 cull for I s 41.'Can iry'sttti t, Hn t nd u SAI I.SMI N, Uanli.l lit nni I 'liutlniK Warranltil (jiiak Selling r It i K ril in I lj mil i l rtnai y J NU, Numvinan, Um lu sti i, N A PASS III >S. SENATORS PLUMB AND CALL WAX UNCOMPLIMENTARY Mr l'liuiil> AiUines tlm henuloi fiotii I lui Ida li> liisleii Si u In Shanii, lull III, ll N Si. 1 rospn I 1.1 Vnili i Ul Aliiiul tin Ilnnili I mil uruatrh Sellow A Popple Lngmctt, Pulleja, SliJifunK ttu PiUUrns, iurKinga, Ca-'i ami Mactimo Work to order IVUNKIKK SHIHT co.t 203, ami 207 Center strtet, Manufacturers ol tht "t mm well" anil "Dunkirk" porioct- fitting Urt-sn blurts on sate n all leading fiirmethmg, (luituiig aiul dr> RfKHiti huusta in Dunkirk. O lODDAIt'J A CO PUt'iitAttormjH OIr 7th "5st ii, D c I iSihnHtf llco titH, LtiMaUiui 1 Ki IHHIICS n (iiuil innlc MJII AM i'ttint husim SH UMidiH U-H for inntltrutf K( LU nmtmii AdMtc ami BiMMiiU rcltn tiusKcut CHI lupu -t UAUV, MO 1-M'INSVS IN V ANCJI'.ttUoHL Uu Ii muiith sti nt hoini or IniM hni; Nt soli u- iniikmj.' (nllu LH nw No I'tHtiil Curds Addt< Kliuii H A CO I'lcnm, Ohio Aim iig the r i oi urn in l it i ns j i W 1 t  A Ot SOUK Mi 1 luinlj til s.nlthnt I it St it. 1) ul K' t" t I >it'l i HH if ti tit tlu 1 in 1 vutli n ts nils t M i n tin Ih i n its li ul M t n Oiant 111 svs I unl, I l In a< tin uuoirr is not i truthful t tht- tian-jutioti It iilsf? tiften tiis that an at ui i t in IM ts ni IP out in the fiuien s utui'iv if is not tlmt of th. mil i In i UK HIM hn ml is HI Im I Jliis und i lln pitv_nt law u Mild ii t li M t il um ii i and imon "I i nn 1 tiui tu all paitits n <'in 1 H..... n ilu n i IIH nt f the I nl iu tt at tl f mi m p si all fui rush an "'in it  Su li i s MJ Mm is hmutti rsvntial to uialik; thn Mli i is tu stun tin diitiosn i entry T u Inilitttiu uiliii) Ii Hike 1 i hargr my lin-iniHH at Hint linnim Uffht, Jam iiiHtiiiK ami hi iiltliful njj( a ..I i ay To MRS MAK per uctk itmt j.___ part Hint AddrcsH mth st inin [ON ALKUt, I Nc Kv tor Itcut or Sale. niRp (oi noi (Mul an 1 I) strttft t> up itiul in Um (unlilion un IUM tuina. kiiijtnu at lla Itu if rmon Elders' Book strength, mailed to inarriol xTJPRIG-HT GRAND PIANO TUK HMfDbn i rim, ii r ri i AI i 11 a D K. TOOMKY, 4-M anil 4i6 l.ion street, 11 ultr in Hour, reed, Baleil llay.I'hoa- es, ete Estabhaheil, 1877 1.1 Kir HOTKL and Dinlnc Salmn, Union lj lit i Dt Kasy aeeess to all trains and bus H Ii -es. liest necomiuodations lor Com- aiiruul iravelera. John J. Murjiliy, Prop. V IILEKS CO., TJ m and 99 K Third street. tine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and Up tiulstt'nng. Picture Frames made to onler. D. MATTKSON gt CO., 301 Central Ave. lealcrsof Fashion and Gentlemen Outfittera 11 A KELT. STEAM I1KATTNO CO., Man ft turersof Stoam Ifcating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty II STKAJtt our epecialties: Fine Shirts, lOc, rollartt, b Cuffs, 4c, antl Laoe Curtams Freo Deliv- ery. A W Ciimmings, fltreot K. OtHM, E Third st, oor. ol Buffalo ftlanufucturer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shoos HENHY WEILEH'S NEW STOKE, Iftl K Third st. liooka. StaUonerj, Sluaioal In- ttudweekh Papers, and pertaining to a flrst CUBS book Bloro. richoOi Books a specially FlUNTINO ol description aiul at living rates b) Dunkirk Printing KN nui INI ui i MON VIA LIKI 'iiu, Pi ON I UI Iw 1'- Till PHIN- U'LK Iltighfi ft I1 in in lu pin Ml 4 in and t< h I 1 tli l iiss! nn Ml uhs h ho male in tin 111- voiit t t tii f tht 11 venue It is is n M sm that tin inv HI shall pni- ti'ii'ith li s M! tlit in- K Ii indist a.s tliat it i shall si its iliu niRMii K h H.T only ono i I in in U n is us u i ul f S till n! s t h tt win 11 nif re han.hsx i> a Ivan, !1[ Jll platht Illt'llt ID pfl I lit t 1 wi h hn i u this bill 1 ho M natoi hiui ius td him to M jw.rt a bill t< on In i i 11 I 11 tin to 4.11 nn i ail ntai.1 IRIH'S S tt au is i ond MU d i Ltm M liM n 1 it I 111 I t tl lit llllll lU IH 111 1 IIII llll I t in t too miuu I um I lot i la I tal i h Iml IK 1 th ic u s nu a lisa ti< ns v M h HI i lost n th nt n t r Mi ull f will mrt mix 1 Mi n si tii ut by Jliis i xtuoi li un 11 I 'till Riimtni tioni K uisns I It Hi w I i- lni'I 11 in hi c nl ni) t tbl tin Un 11< it n 1 havt n pot 111 o] in tn ot nn th in I Inu ot UM nat-oi Iiu n K ifi (is 1 li n t In 11 m tin hihitot Mnlitmg tlu iiuVitddnU mil 'is u ton Bi t it tin n lUn thmUs his UH 1 tax ii to by Ins dt It nsn if this spoliation n) pnbh iloinain in nil'nst thost who L IM pi it thut inn intiiiiid itt nit om d i n mil   it i uid in tin t llojidai-> down Iheit is no hoodl-1 thtji xx h mi ht) dt lends w ho i' n tit u k in siniilat limjru and iiniu tali n i h as has ufcod to U, 1 i Mi tl! SH] s, na i I luinli w i- i aiit if 11 sub i t ami th it >l tosh inn i t in i n _; !l i ujwin thi unpi t Ix t s j t illy u luMviil of SL< tu ii'Ki'l if M it it s n by nth tn n< 1 wlnt h tht pi tht niatitNt m suils han lulf lit intent of the I up'it aid his thus nuili it, pi m titrtllj np s ildi to si f mi d liiilun tn the 1 i 1 jut i LSI s ou want H genuine Uiand in Up case9 Then the Mthlin Sons will suit jou Do vou like a sweet, full, i nu nti ct mellow tone' Then the Mthlin bons will chium you ilave you a taste foi ih( aitistu The of the Mthlin Soiib Piano Italian Kt ntiHsuntt k ilh hus-n litf pantN, is a u ul oi of ni t nnd lit foi a palace. Do j ou want a piano of iouhnai> singing quality amldeliuuy oE touch' The Mchlin Suns' on these points will win your praise But here we must stop foi oui limited 9pace will not permit us lu mention all the excellent features of these supti b instiuracuts and whether 3 on intend to purchase or not, we invite you to call and inspect the Mculm Sons Piano for 3ouiself Reid's Music House 134 Central Avenue, DUNKIRK, N, Y. Lhould h IM ns h in i a i i l ih i ommilt m I I h  t f in t hi n Mi I> Ipli ist h tht i ti ni of tho piiMi Ian Is r i m lit m t! I i n i -s in t  nst in mil n n th n n Jit. j iiuff utntmtj i t si ssn n in 1 at 4 oik I rnljomn 1 IN Tilt IIO1 VT ,1 ill 1" 111 11 ll 1 s Mi M. kinl. up nt I a 1 ill to simplify tin ilhutim if tlir- n vi nui A minibr-i of bills intirliHLl ami It- fUltll Mi oC Kansas nn that tlu into of tin ft i tin- lation ot the hill ti pnnuli In toun onf i s in O! 1 thi inn 'Ilu i K 'K ii is I and Mi aJI t up tin Sihotti t i h bill to Kim i 111 i s t n lov mi ui i d through s di fnl all )ii j, Mi iidditss it thin nioiH t i 1 in nt w nit ml t is hud .ijiin d thut itHt ipts !it f m tin li ul inn t imt i to t u tl t 1 nn 1 li i uid not lum an ol I nit i il i ul 1 >tt an aj pii ]'i i iln n 1< iv th in On nn intjnii 1 Mi l.nttt i i tli tvlu tlu i inv m ml" t l' oitli in Inn itul tin. miupU 11 tt Ins I II) u iitti in nlxi-  1 t i uins it i th lit VI 1 Oi till 11 s Mi lit III] Kill th billot th MMJtllH U Ulsl llL 10 ild hud no st.itufc i ikiiutht suctnnt HI nis a 1 ibui niM ullK4 i Mi 5mm ni UsUnl tli piojMsiti 11 tint tht >t i fit at ai nis is n disbni in 'i i i 1 i >nti -t I th it linli n in in Hi t n l il at nis sib pio 1 it, I th k' t t i Mi 1 hi si i tht mi i it nl p n tin tin i U butt 1h heust ul n T in ti tOKMATION OP I'AKTNUtSHtr Notice in hiMPbv th it T IKMI Ijikfiinn son, Kudolph KfHh.into ptirtm u th nu m the furniturt Imsiiuss, nnd tli it tin, will herofifUi ho ndu< ml umln the ilini of LOUIA Kot Ii bon Drunkenness Or the Llqaor Habit, Positively Cured IV ABMHHSTER1NQ DR. HAIBES' QOIDEH SPECIFIC. II can be given In a cup ol coffee or lea or In ar of food, without the know ledge of the per taking it; It IB absolutely harmless  b, cor Deer. ticeleior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Meato> C. C. PENFOLD. MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 364 MAIN ST., MWFFAIO, N. Y. DEALER IN' wmi 911v0nrare, leather Etc, EKORA rt VO, (SOLD tf SIL t'ER FLA O JKWEXKI, Boy the Aurora Railroad Watch, Repairing a ipeclaltr Frank f stapl. E. Third 'M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor, W6 Central Avenue A LIhE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 364 MAIN STREET, Oppoilte Iroquola Hotel. MII ill I it ii OK i HI i with it M pit H nti nit nt to .1 finiul thi K viiiu i Ms intond I (4) tikt) tin1 pliw e of ti n t ft! anli i K n t> u t ol June JJ I "In li sh 11 tht huven- il t II in i h'in INI but its vuliiis shall s t U ut tin lutnf 1 h V lilts tllO 1 M tt of tlK UK I jnlv Hi it il lho imp t U t su i I nl nit ut ilu Ul in, IIH limy fs ni n ntial TIJ if- app intf 1 inn! i th i i s] ins if St ti n MIS rt vistd slut Ih is to do un it] t t i -.u in 1 nn i 11 nl untki h nnp Jit< is ]i u tn ipnh in pi nist in Ms unl in i ns< s nullify tht tltoits i ntni ut ollicn-s to n I'M tht inumi il atltiu-t Moniir hmfs III- publuans Soi uilisK nni Xnanhisls haw sin 1 1 p hli U s M! a id nomu qutstiuns IIM p ,1 mU tin t f pitnot- isin tli L) 11 m sm i unit i mi 1 all are simply I w Nim iltinlcss Monau lusts n ilw tlu valuo >t ions if turn and 1m this i if [01 ithti tht icii 1 to nssot tlit nw s withSnin Pnnt tation Ut at 1 1 pt tlio K 1 1 tiLsihiUtv (outiont nip tin m 1 h ontn with pt loi M oi UmntliM til in tlu niiitUi and .IJH nJj H Um lit it ish unit nt nt havinj- Uio maun i il a s i  rv it tin Uti turn sti tki rs wus It lu at that pta vwt4 ida> hv JO OJM) nu n who j aindt'd th'> stm ts h hands musii Killings baniuis 1 i ht t4! mil sh turnip 1 hn [xihuj >uL m full hnii hut [In n was no attempt at li iu i tin di upon tJit lians nl th JM i IH that wf tonlm iiJK thi) 1 i hulhtioiis it sti is w it hin limits of ihelhi i TVu A I1SIIMOMA1 llh (.UVmi d K-k lab. it IN l.nidon UK a THE BRAZILIAN OUTBREAK I'iuli. ului- of the ILiot in Wlinh 10O Mnn AVf te Killed. Nrw n K Jan n One of tin n lints t Mi II 1 lint nnfcos tioin Kio Ja n in nn It l lull t -i- Iht utl i klitit is not lenssuniiK Last r ji n ts .t twi if infant i uid MI nli f mutini d I lit y b 1 1 nj tin pnliln an fl and d tht old mi pt 1 1 il tl 14 an f it it 41111 tfl nil thi othd K in nts tnl utill 13 Ut subdno them lln> f hi at th hi i us ai tdlt i v i tf i till alt> i I ml x k list in 1 HHJ >f tin nl Is u u kill 1 mid nound d i UK it t siincnilin 1 TwinU-om nf tlio 11 i l-s MI shot NJIH of tin r iiinms- siuiH tl tin 1 1 s u  Thi. [xihro in pju 1 nulitis a daj and tliH stilus t lann th s piinin-.L I tho sunn hut it that iirnomit It is sn id th tt T nn nil H i uf tht nldt i unst i v itivts l I di i ilshnut b tyl nifc tho lit is in 1 K at Un l> 1 loin of I is-t s m U Stht i ia Matt nis, I Di Luna Vi it i] i i Into niinist i it in tin last unsci vativi in I nmindadoi 1 i om >f tlic in n ii nil- ni Hio, um stxNl V in thr Snmlh (imn. i 1 ise ol tin I I Iin sn 11 li, tli asMiubly ruling t t i is up i- thf sii] it iiu untb hit and ii nts n it lht'sta-3 ol Situidi} shoui 1 U THE CUbTOMb LAWS Mr iTrKmlty tl Mit "in" 'i'l "u.Vvt'Js Hal anilTr'th ,1 ham I i Mi Smut i Mi Hal insisted n t (h is tiikt n simply foi tin puijK) o ii il lu} and to pitjuduo Mi 11 h I tini now nding >re tho bunnl nl 111 n s tni tht bftliuiv oi the nnuun duu n tu nl. ixt uttonuj giniitil de- 11 ith it u and Judge Furs niui 1 i i I'd to (ontiinie the stay Tlit de- i is! i tni us the tual uvei until nt xt Hill lh< Ir SilllJ.llIU tttull Jan 1 Mi ICinli fimn Itu 1.1 mnnttit nn nut nu ins II 'tttd t tl l lit I s %.s1 j p n n 'il- hlU to simtiliis tl litint- tu ul n r t it ins II s 4 nt tl t t ol the mil i- t is-n n Us the n Ii i Is f bu intss nt the t u U m i M t  iu a] i i a 1st TIU nts m1 i i d t nu nt il latos ol tint to in t nt fr HI Is MI I t  uit MI i 11 an HIM sti 'ati t i in t ir 1 H i f that tin   1 i pi si 1, nt ol lli IK it ion foi the L ishii g }OHI fund idi a niuynilii t nt sti i mm in I to ('urdinal M n x i ILSK n 1 tin on It siastnitl of that pi i map t i it ion ol In-, latiojs in tin n U h ilf Iin Hit at st i HI M M s ro i m nn IIMI-S Sn I laikf g itni pin nil, has it fu I u I ii 1 i n 1 h ilt of llu- Pnius, in tin suit im hint Mi rain 11 thut p ip( i Thy empross of hivs tissnim d 1ho Hunt nnil Iinthni IIH of ail of iho t hai it it s inaugui att I li_y tin i A J inpi in of ial h is IK n fi unil in nissia t nding Irorn [o milk t i L  has 111 a foi nu d to mini, tht pio (lu  it tin aiiittimt txi not rtgn.it tlut oirloi to be ittthd on noti( t, flu t ase hjw U n on i altiuiais of the uniit SJIKT 1SS.J The, apjx al was from nrflors of tht ild thud tit piftnu nt, awaidmg to tlm n Intoi n Uti> inan- tlamus 1 he fat ts m the t nitj undisputt d, the rase ha vine; snbnntttd in thi foi m of an 1 1 tso under tin statutes Bj tlnptti tin laws uf tin I mtrtl States, lwd-i, tht, ui nmtnt piantid to the spseial statt's, on certain t on litions, jiulilit land and land t ip qnal to W (M) iu rrs ttjr t at Ii seiuitor nnil n fiom the luvs-s i_ t New Yi rk theRrantand iwti d s< up -il I Hum Mnn I'm 1 tn 1 I n tlu t t it till i ii 1 In n N N oi k unl w usi- IM i inn un nt a i 1 hat i ouu In i nib i last tin in mils fli ni t i n n and i nn hn t ii s mt n in vl tl Mill ill ad a nth Ji nus th it ih nit iK Iw.hi- lit us 11 i ii unli p u 1 h i i at a ml i at 1 tu sw iti him n pa: t n nluls bittn and w lu n iiofitt nlu 11 p mi I i tin i MIM si thi v I huui-s tin i c as not n su it In nan on diit IK MMI n Ml in I lln U >n ami (lit signal w is t b MU 1 u Ml lint to mt u i 1 uns ti t is! fi in haiiin M Ut that tl n mis h i 1 IHI n at t pud an 1 Unit is 11 ills ]H i hi in i time b  i foj biikiimn 1 tuts to I MI allowtdliuv n on umd rum i tin ina.it thu nun s pay up Mitmi m tnvtltjpfb ol tho hi tkfiiitii untl (uiuln (MS hut not any m th .si ttli. i t isuiitl m Divwlou 10 if tin it I iiRiiitHMs umim diaftlv t ilJi I a m an I DIM men sp( n k ii in tni i in i s Mui 11 m lit na ti n i i s) ti i v tin ii tht) iiUt iti n'lin tl ih il Mi Dp I inmli u lontimt with Ui bu !h t i 1 to Ui i xtia and that n l tin tin nth In ha I a tit 1 k m am b l> in hai At h id I In M ipf> lt> 1 N U ILU 1 tin i out tioni Mi I) i th, i xli i n .t t ith 1 In t 'immtt i I t 1 ist m hi un 1 UK n it tin H is ni nsh nt I lit im u an quiil but sav U it tht v mil xtta t i sti il I IIM 1 mi Uil tin w ill IK 1 n 1: I u I i v nn 1 n tin toad, ami Unit a m i nl 11 tip u ill t  t hat 1 ho im t a in 11 ui t m ikt about 'I: u nai i t, 1 i a h I I n li INTERSTATE: RAILROADS I hoy Mill Muk< lo Uf, 1 ifhtuit Mi Hinds Nl U N i UK Ian i (in l mu; of the I nti is) U tm i i H nluav i ilion b vtst i Ui> tt tin if tho ti unli hin j ait ni ui alki i niivn nl an ollli ml n i nt l pi i i fts l ill nvs I 11 t Is i pt sun't I 11 t Imi UH si i ni I i'i in lln Kotk I I in I ll i i u i M i ml ,s. K msLs t tln> i t nUal lli Mum h .V M I ms tl Mi-s mi It n 1] Union Put ih Un U ah tslt UM is oiism utitl In s IK i K pi i s mt 1 u s tin his >n, t'n DIIIM t Kiot.iandi tin Ui i n l.if 1 i nis   VTJIT 'i s, n hiiimaii ns.41011 i I tht i 11 1 thn hi n man of i x< t utiv i om n itl< i i s. lui (i n i II- n d by 1'nsn'ttit Mill of U Si I i il uas imam mousiy iLtlupt 1 lot UM p i n in it ol (l MimuMi i n ishiif- tit u i ns In iuh i nl  llstiibnti in >1 11 tnpc til IM biismt s.s A i.soluliiin by 1'nsidt it Hint u toi passt s by i sons to Ix in ttu unli nulstiM n pt at th n pi st of tlu ijuxa nt rfi 11 i 11 ni imu i "I i >mp my No ol In i I HIM n  ill i ist vv i out mm d li toi D ,1 iidtfu BOARDERS FOR JOLIET. 'ERIE STORE. Wby should the months of THREE OF THE CONVICTS IN THE .luiuary, February and March CRONIN CASE (hill IllOlltllS? SeC Bulletin of useful articles O'gulllTitii. loinfl.il> mid Uurli. Taken (o 11 th. ITUou-Kunw, S.IU to In U fit 811 in K.W seasons ol tin- yt-ar, ami which u (.jM'i'ialty of al- KiilfTfiii Inqiimtt TARtluinuy. o, .Ian M  lieedllll to must stand wimcn, VMMU tliim foi in- House Wife, atld tile ally nontt mini rim iiiivmunt' '11 gieat gained by them to help j ou out ill jour daily duties. Our Imtaiiiimitolntar KunoinaH bniiiRhtlMuk assort Iliellt comprises nt l-ttquost ot mimtiel, Ml I I matte a motion to luliiiit him tiling 111 lloilse-tunUHH- JudRB it iui.l JUld 1'XHin'lUe n mill' u tliul an nppnnl to tin1 nui t xvoultt tw ami tho Ilina time in which U) I lie a lull of Thw in isunura wi i-e thon takuu IHM k U> jail, tliru WHiiUiil tliu bull put nt but Mi Count II it nt lln them. All (Joods first quality. 1 t L-IHI new eiftltiKti UKtuiiHt him, Imt the l 1 hnil infui iiiixl him tberu win to it II Oil Ollt ailli Intimated that If tlii-5 11S luilc not to l sUy in Jiill p. fnw .1ny.4 limiu ;lil linn K Ho pioimsctt U> timl at all, Iml let lot thu ti.urt mill ounscl know tins ntul an no to KUIIM) out on liail lloi L will iH Hiii konnil I) Siillivun HKiiitnliun .loll, t Illnt Illicit mi tlio trultl  istvnla} (utility 1'hyHiuiui Ix-nvitt inn lo thu over Knlllon'ii liojy, UstllliMl tliut round nu tnurLg of vlo :i nil itition nlxiiit the mouth, i h wiut of H pui-plttfh him Tlioro L toui innrkH, on tlio MM at  t anil It tliut Homo had IM'BII appliod U> tllo m hill tboio WUH no oltir to iniln nto what it I l.i thought ll it I liiul IKHMI i Illolo liilnitMl slut would n L-OVIM in nn lioiii Hi Ci.lclinui, wbtj ajwlskil at Uio ail U stilled thut lie u Ullitlll OKailll mid louiut font on tin1 i Inn loin kn woi t l sniu'l hull 1 I U> huvu th uild, iiuitln u Inilii.l, I think it would in (onpie H> r i U" isut, tins at i pt wl its sharo of lai f th foil litions Jx n that the inronic fiom this lriW Lt 1( L t of w b> I ll Lph t lllH loin 11 unni isits b. s LH nt h  I um  H.ii duttpnbi i% linens Ycr'.K Jim A luiK'f cmwd il tlu> MI-, jiitudty fm 1 i Bnthisln Hi-st, il kiuu tlm il tirn n i mil I j' i in ln-st Han 1 M I1 11 >i t ll 1 tiiili 1 17 Hill in I I MI nu lirst ontiitcts Awarded lU fi   t ot SliPlllllol (J nn u s mil o tin 11. IN i f ailuitions Milnji 2 that all imoi LI of 1111 mi uluimlise siull In1 in lc out in tin euireiiM nl tin pbui 01 i unti lion'tvhiiii tho Uition nun IH. nml kin lev it iviliMi.ilili nnil in .111 imolu --h ill 111 (11 tnsts st it< tlu n< nil Tuni as it u  us.il is lu- quuillv Hi isi Sliij us sdin Mint's Iml ir I ma U 1 i 1 'I i U f it of sami gillie 1 1 lit i l t  i to do awa> lertaln luis itl I Ii tlm 1, tiniL, p, I milo I >onoV U! h uilh nut Bis 11 n k h in h limn il (list Kii'im 1 I tllll i time 1 41 fifth silling I indsi IM fust, Hi i man s.t( ml Fal nitliinl tn'ie I >0 i in null- Hot tvotili fir-t M: W so ond ManiH III thiril time 1 Tin 1 New Jilt Pimentnl hn' si e. 1 i1 m n in) sun; H ill nit.ti> its- follows I inn i 1! I minis i ot the irtoi lor and ai inlei mi niinisirr i ar Ppiu.iUil mmisU'r if 11 sli L Lovi ii.inisti i of finance, Bum .iii'in minister oft it alTHij s, Uibl 10 i of public A TvAllrotd lien Ui Mi S issnl> on if Mini I Mimilt I slilli 1 lhat iht ni pi s- it win n the uill pi >n .rune ISHS Ti ink iMi watt i ni w of flu limn s MoHiilt that AnniisliiH Mow Ut tolil linn an 1 Inn bu II i r that llu ir sluu nM m i ivo only win haiitinnt uiino Mai v I M iw itt I II stjinil m th, llU MU i ll tin thll i h'llli Ihi lisUllldllj III Sllhsljol Ih it si] is 111 llll -U thll ats in ill liv h i iiii Ii 11 III oloie ml UiiMind 1 intiiM liywhuh Jll llt'llllMll tl 111 ill hi I iL-ll-aStMl ;iiiillii i, Jmnis iiiiioiinr im us nt law nn in if km tin is M.lil t.il nth juiijiuitv il lain M h iil ill d without II almost, for a luigo hnjld to IIUMI inatli IhiMii '1 ho dix loi H HtatoiiK nt wan the most Htfti line that han IK a nuulu vlliuu thu Iniiiiiwt Iw- (jaii t Ail Mulclda. l'i Alilerillllll Kll vMinll shut liJniriiilf ikMiil }csbiida> Mi luul u ai tliii; IIIH ti i in as alili i nijui evjiiln I, JM.II I was win I nil IM t IlllSllllfvS tlOllhllH U IH NILlll H fill I Hint M I inns p n.i.i lAiiiUi upUMl by Kinall nivdy 4oiisiiUn iitn, 1 nntl Tim tiuk4tN untt ho lai in hisiMiid Hn was finally ti> nn i tpiue Ins saloon Happ nt to win iihi.ii 10 old, (llllKtlllK ill tho Ihlid Mulligan aitilleiy Ho HUM a munlier Hit A H and fho Itepulilit an county o.m tnlllii' lit MILS yeai'M old untl It aves u laiml} Knur Cltlldrnll KuiF, .Tun chlldicn win finlT x utivl by Hinoke m Uio IIOUMO of a I'olf nameil KoKultKHki Innt evening Whi'ii tin llieniDii aiiutil at hmiHe U'u) ftnji llttli OUCH, tively 5, 4, H nlid yeaix, weie found in u dying   NIvii their livra uuavuiluiK l'li< mothi i wont flu'ilnl fhen m of her brothel, who IMIJIIIH mtnviiak'd, it is supixnuil nnil at (idoiiUill) Hie to tho bed with hiu 14 (llHll IIIIIIH 10 tit punt I'uir linusi' IniM itiiiniiiH biiMiix i. mil A. liinsh IniliU'iH Till Jill kl'! glHMN Oil (HUH oil ans NllltA llippl'IH Ii4-i t iron jmna me) iinkiiiK iiippetH Dunking ciijm MCIIVJ (iikctiiruiTK IIinvyMiiip liiilli'H OVHUT liulU'H nii.'Ht fmlirt Htiiluir heavy grut< rn 'crorutcil i UHpedoi IH i-t.al bntls Coal HlflllH MI bowl i-lrHiiierH Cover (I clew piiiiH ilianilli) Can (llterH 1'attnl sliaiiKi lUUranil fiiniii'l HliuiiierH Milk fliinimerH I luiii Hifli 18 Uim 1'iiliB hltllloplll (llkutlllH luiiil( liotl nn alii! PHIIH lull liable btiltt'in pic PHIIN ICinbi.Hsiil kuifu IIHJH I'lnlhlrt lillfH putenl i XK IICTH I'uli nl cltiiliH Hpnnkli'iH t on ru HtC'HIIK'IH Olllv Kliilit.HKiil laiify ldilc.1 palln I sprinkling inns lAiiioiiiulc mixeiB 2lc lOr 10c tOr .210 lie 4 nml fie .1 1 nnil I5o fic 4c 4c 6c 4o Me .84i' .Iff Ho lOr Br Tic Br Kr Ita TlC Iftc lor He Be 45r !iOc tic lOo Cc lit st  P thiru, time, 1 l'i Second '4 mile Lulie Loebiol Out, Rci-lnsc viond, Sorn 11 thud time, I   f nloiifrs Ih-st, Cora Tiobus turd, tuiiu, A for Striken. Pa Jan 15 ntnke m th" nail fiutoiy of the Biooko Iron company hm lesultcil m a for tut; workmen Tho Him has ogieiit U) restore tho IU pel i-enl taken tioiii Uio the mcnfnut uionth. lliu tlrrn hanalno voljiitarily tho of tho puddlers 75 pel ton A Town fllmru to Dt f A il, Ky Jan 15 Sunday night 051 lime the of Ora'.es count} wis almost destroyed Tbo Presfoyteiiaii linih aiitl hcvcral were blown to tti APii'i-t Onhlon'H faintly wa-s litnieil in the ilclji is for hinirs A hub> was dnmned A I'irtjil Wreck. SHAMOKIV Pa., Jan fi trams on tho Heading railroad collhii-d at hnj A locomotive and ten (ara Conductor Diefcndcrfei kiLlMl and several brakemen injured U i pi u vent full and In tho or of nilnliM the. United Htaten, or in the piiMliu lion, or Mile of artjeloH of rlomeHtii growth or priKlnctlon, or raw material that with any Hhtnlnrarlii ujion whirh duty IH luvinl by the I'nilud HUitai, In- IviKliil for niui wlurh shnlt !M> trannport4Ml f i inn one or territory to another, for n. and all urrangeim iniiiitis, ti or imiihlnatloiiM lietwwm pnp- HHIIM or i oi jiorations intended advaneu UM i iMt the of any mir h artloln, heieliy to Iw nganihl public iinlawfii] and void 1 hat any or injured by nu h arrangement, ifjntrui L, agraaimmt, truiil or may Hue for and recover. In SUtniof uomprtont jui ixdictton, of any fiunvm or corjioration a party to a deM in tbin act, iii) tlw amount of dwnagmiiutained, ami th  whole matter of ehargcs of i ruel and truotment ot the hildron in tho Stale Home and in whnol by th< Kuperintrndcnt, M O. Healy, came a head in of Dtatc ot wltKation The mvratignting coinmittur raynrtol to the hoard tliat the rnuult of flrat that tlie charges were not n and Unit nothing wan diwlosod but wbat m UUMI Home modlflratlon rt oimting inlr.-, will remedy. Huporintendrnt Hraley ankiil lor fuller opportunity to present side of tho case, and tlw Investigation ww ai? HiB now ivports that they unainnious in tbHr opinion that their judg- iii< nt, formed at close of tho flrat meet- ing, wan a conert one, and that the action t dn 11 I.) the committee at that time wax all that the of the dammed. The inquiry wan we on foot by EUza- Ix'tJi a well Irnonn phiiorrtropuit, who t ni In the establishment of and a number of managen and ex-omploves who have not been nip-'t the committee, have to thu prow tending to support the chargw ai originally luada For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe's NF'WSPAPFEJ   

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